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Amputation of the Leg.
The Old Family Physician at Fault Dr. David Kennedy the Successful Surgeon. Money in tin' universal necf snity, nml mine I n t n cynic or a fool will nlTect to dc Kpise it. Mr. Abraiu KlUwortli, of I'ort Ewcti, I'lstcr county, N. Y., had realized tliin truth. His ilisenHo involved the whole of his thiwli-lione, and the HuiferinK liuiu looked forwmd, not without nppnrent ren hoii, to death an his only deliverer. Uh family phvNU'inn refused to amputate the limb asserting that the operation would kill the patient on the spot. lr. David Kennedy, of Kondout, N. Y., who was con sulted, held a different opinion, and ampu tated the liinh. The Doctor then adminis tered freely his great Wood Specific FA YOUIl'Ii KKMEDY to afford tone and strength to the system, prevent the return of. the disease, and Mr. Ellsworth remains to this day in the bloom of health. This gentleman's disease was the offspring of foul blood, and Kennedy's FAVORITE KKMl.DY purified the blood anil restored to him the power once nioro to enjoy his life. Are you suffering from any disease traceable to the same enuse ? Try Favorite liemedv. Your druggist has it. ONE lHlI.EAIt a bottle. Hear in mind the pro prietor's name and address : Dr. David KENNEDY. Kondout, New York. jutie For Sale. The House on Vest Walnut street now occupied by John F. Nelson. The House is brick with six rooms, good out buildings and water. For further particulars apply to John F. Nelson or tho undersigned, inarTtf Hknj. Uabbkhk. FOR SALE-CHEAP. A Plow Paper Cut tec. Having bought a new Peerless 30-iucb. Fapej Cutter, we have a Flow Paper Cut ter, iron frame, 'JS-inch cut, in good order, which we will sell cheap. Price, $20. Iu- cpiire at this office. SCHOOL EXAMINERS. THE Poanl of School ExaVniners of ITiKliIancl county tfive notice, that examination App'icanirt for Certiheaten will take plan in HiiliUro Union School Imililinn on the Saturday of every month, ami on the third Sat unlay of February, March, April, August, Sep tember ami October. The Examination prescribed by law i 50 centH. By order of Board. au23yl LEWIS McKIBUEN. Clerk. 3S Directory. (').nli- in.-( i't (l hi ider t i w head at the follow un rare-: For 1 im-li ripace, $10 a year; n. Ii. t'i a y-ar; J4 inch, ii a year. C.r i'en lined of tliia typo make 1 inch. G1 ORGE B. GARDNER, Attorney at Law. Office over Frihel' Clothing Bton, IHLLSBOKO. OHIO. oriOyl s. O. r.ICHARDS, If, D., l'HYSICI.VN A SURGEON, Hillsboro, O. Omr-K With Ir. Hhipp, Deutiat, North Hi'h street, over J. Matthew' Grocery. lteal uenru on Recch street, nint door east of ic Temple. aprGtf J.M DUSIEXTL, Attohnky-At-T.aw. Office Over Feibtl'l ClotLing Store, Main St., Hiiltboro, O. novuvl D n. 3. J. SPEE.S, Will now pive his entire time to the practice of Ins 1'ivft fMion. Ho had had extensive expe rience, and will give Hpceial attention to tit ;itn:eitt of Clirt'iiic Ints'-UKcs. Utlico In 'k New Bluck, up stain. Hiyu St. Keel t't ih'C, W. ul mi t St., mux i'uhlic School House, lIil:l.no, u. juWyl A. EVAN. W. C. DUCK WALL. EVANS &. DUCKWALL. DENTISTS. Ofoce Opposite Dr. Hart's, West Main 11. C. RUSH. T. W. DeIIASS. Drs. RUSS & DeHASS, PHYSICIANS, KritflEONR, AND ArrODCBKUHB. Oi- fick No. 36 West Main etreet, Went Nkws otlice. mylyl o wx J. itosa, Attohnkv-At-Law and Notary PrBr.io. in Strauss liuildiiiK- over Feibel'g Store. dec27yl ALPHONSO HAUT. JJART A HOUGH, B. T. BOUU1 ArroENEra-At-Law. Office Bank Building, corner Main and High Streeta, Hillubcyo, Ohio. Jy29l J.R CALLAHAX, D. D. 8., HDZEjUsTTIST OrncE Over Feibel'a Clothing Store, St., first door to right, np ataira, Hillnboro, Engagements lf Telephone. marl3tf A. HAHMAN, A itoiisev-At-Law. Oflice Southeast cornel Main and Hi'li Streets, room up (tain, Hih boro, O. auglyl "OIIX T. HIRE, AttoukkvAt-Law, Hillohoro, 0. Smitli's Kew I!uilclini, 2d itory. Ofiic au9jl W. BUETHERD, M. 11., i PHV81CU9 AKD SuBOEoa, Hillahoro, Ohio. Office On Short Street, two doori west High St. Office Hours t rom 8 to 8 A. M., to 2 P. M., 7 to 8 P. U., and all day on Satur disy. 4ec2yl JEFFERSON HOUSE New Livery &. Feed Stable, I niLLSBORo, bnio. New and Firut Ckaa Hie. Tenia reasonable. Give na k calL auldil JOE BAIGE. Proprlator. L . The Fine Young Spanish Jack, Bo Will stand during the aeanon of 1VS3 in stables in Hitlcboro, at flu to insure a in foal, payable-when the faet is known. Part ing wijh, reiiioving, or transferrilig a mare fore known to in in roal lorreils the liifurance. BOIl MlLIJilt, NO. i ia 15 hands high, large boucniid is a good lengtliy Ji. fie a sure foal getter, and a iirouipt and breeder. All poHKible care will lc taken to prevent but 1 ill not tie reonHible should occur. A hen on colts, ac"rdiiig to law, mo-iey is paid. tiiLLW JUtAM-tU. aplauij BEN FORAKER. He Was Always at the Head of His Class—What Broke His Heart, and How He Got Into the Army. Correspondence Commercial Gazette.] of the lirHt fe tlu ft Ma Bon the Mo-KibU-n St. of Of fice Main O. la of ) my mare be with is ac cidents, any until ruii.AiiF.i.rinA, June 7. "What ! lien Foraker nominated for Govern or of Ohio !" exclaimed a typo em jiloyed in the conipoaing room of the Press of this city, as he walked slowly toward his frame last night with a "take" of copy in his hand announc ing the result of the Columbus Con vention. "Why, do you know that lien Foraker and I were brought up together, studied together, and fought together in the army ? That we did, sir, and a mighty fine companion Vie was, too. His father's farm was within a stone's throw of where 1 lived, and I remember well when Hen and I used to trudge along every morning to the Petersburg school, over two miles away. "We both were ambitious, and during our morning walks used to talk over our future. Ben was al ways talking about what he'd like to be. Nearly every morning he'd tell me of some new ide he'd struck during the night something he was poing to do when he was a man. He hail more plans ami laeas in nis neau to make a great man of himself than any one I ever heard. "A close student? Well, I should say so. He was always at the head of his class, and when he had finish ed up his work on the farm every day he used to hide himself away in his books. 1 remember how he d come around to my house and urge me to study with him. But I couldn't do it. I had an ambition, too, but I didn't like study that ir, over study. Before Ben Foraker was fifteen years old he knew more about Shakespeare than half the world knows nowadays. 'Shakespeare or school books, Ben ?' I used to ask him every morning when he'd say he didn't get to bed before 12 o'clock, and then he'd tell me which h had been studying. "I tell you it broke Ben Foraker's heart when he heard that I had joined the army. He had the war fever the worst way, and wanted to go awfully bad. Neither of us Jiad reached sixteen then, and when he found that I had slipped in, despite my youth, it broke him all up. He'd come around to the recruiting office from his uncle's place, where he was working, and watch day in and day out. Finally I was ordered to West Virginia, and Ben was left behind, thouch he tried hard to steal in 'In the summer of i86j 1 got furlough of two weeks and went home I went direct to Ben's house and found Ben poring over his law books. He dropped everything, though, when he saw me, and I just had go over all that happened at the front. We sat up that night until the 'wee sma' hours' talking over the war. I suppose I had to stand up dozen times to show him my soldier clothes, and, finally I had to take them off to let him see how he look ed in them. He wai almost in tears, when the day arrived for me to leave again, and begged and begged me tell him how to get in the ranks. At last I told him to go to the Captain, tell him he was determined to join the army somehow, either with that regiment or some other, and it would be best to Jet him enlist right off. He did it, and that's the way Ben Foraker got into the army, "By some chance he wa put the same division as I was, under General Cox, and we spent almost year at Gauley Bridge, W. Va. He was stationed at the south side the river, and I on the north; but used to cross over nearly every night and sleep with me. Many and many a time have we sat at the camp fire together, he preaching away at me on the advantages of an education neither of us had much of any then and telling me how he meant educate himself if he should ever get out of the war alive; and he did too. He was about the last man mustered out. . "When he arrived in Hillsboro, was learning my trade in the printing office there. He couldn't stand farming, though. That year spent his uncle's cilice gavehim an ambi tion to be a big lawyer, lie went his uncle's office again, but didn't stay there long. 'Education,' would say to me often, 'Education, Charley, is what I need,' and one day I met him on the road, walking along slowly, and apparently think ing over come deep problem. Just as I came up hs seemed to have made up his mind, for he rushgd to ward me, and, taking my hand, said, with his face flushed : 'Charley, I'm going to Delaware to get an educa tion. Won't you come, too? I've got more than tnough to see me through from my savings jn (he army, and if you can't raise enough working in the printing office there to see you through, I'll help you.' Unfortunately, I had the 'Go West' fever, and' had made up my in4 go to Missouri. I declined his gen erous offer, and it was here that Foraker and I parted, He entered Gambier College at Iittwzrs, snd went West. "The next time we met was 1S70, in Cincinnati. I was dead broke; hadn't a cent and wanted get to Philadelphia awfully bad. heard that Foraker was in the city, so I hunted him up, srd asked him to loan me money enough io get far as Pittsburg. 'Why don't you through to Philadelphia ?' he said. 'Becaui I hain't got the money,' replied. 'Oh, that's it, is it? that's easily fixed,' and with that b$ handed me a $20 bill. I came to Philadel phia, and that's the last I saw of him. When we were young h was ambi tious, to be a lawyer anil a statesman, while I wanted to be an editor. He's got his ambition, and here I am now setting up in type the announcement. Well, he's happy, I s'pose, and so am I, even if I'm not a great editor. Let me tell you, fir and 1 reckon I know what I say wien I sav it a better man than lien Foraker doesn't draw breath in this world." Here the voice of the foreman was heard yelling for the first "take" of the Foraker dispatch, and the typo turned around to his frame to set it up. The man's name is Char les Jones. Vegetable Sicilian HAIR RENEWER wfta the first preparation perfectly adapted to curt dim-Hues of the scalp, and the tlrt suc cessful restorer of faded or gray hair to fu natural color, growth, and youthful beauty. U has had many imUntort, but none hare so fully met ail the requirements needful for the proper treatment of the hair and scalp. Hall's IIaik Bknkwkh has steadily grown in favor, and spread Its fame and usefulness to erery quarter of the globe. Its unparal leled succchs can be attributed to but oue cause: the entire fulfilment of its promisei. The proprietors have often been surprised at the receipt of orders from remote coun tries, win-re they hod never made an etfurtfor Its introduction. The use fur a short time of Hall's Hair Renew Kit wonderfully improves the per sonal appearance. It cleannes the scalp from all impurities, cures all humors, fever, and dryness, and thus prevents baldness. It stimulates the weakened glands, and enables them to push forward a new and vigorous growth. The effects of this article are not transient, like those of alcoholic prepara tions, but remain a long time, which mated Us use a matter of economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DTE Fon TIE WHISKERS Will clmnge tlie bcanl to a natural rown, or black, as desired. It produce a pertiianent color that will not wash away. Contlstlng of a tingle preparation, It is applied without trouble PREPARED BY R.P. HALL & CO., KaslM, H.H. Sold by all Dealers In Medicines. TOE ALL TEE P0EM3 OP Scrofulous, Mercurial, and Blood Disorders the best remedy, because the most searching and thorough -- blood-puriller, is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Solcf by all DruggisU ; f 1, six bottles, 15. El) A Peerlcfs Perfume. a to Tho refreshing aroma of Floreston Col ogne, and itfl lasting fragrance make it peerless toilet perfume. jtme Everyman throws on his surround ings the sunshine or shadow that ex ists in his own soul. A Sew Enterprise. a to in a of he to it, I in Now is the time to buy a strong, durable, clean, healthy, and noiseless spring bed. McCrann, the Model Spring Bed man has established his headquarters at Hills borb, believing the good people of High land rind adjoining; oonnties are in need bis article of manufacture, llr. Mcurann means business and offers everyone the opportunity of obtaining the grandest spring bed on enrth. He is the patentee of the Model Spring Bed and manufactures and sells them himself exclusively, and when he once leaves us you cannot procure this spring from any one. All should pro' tect themselves from the heat of the ap proaching summer, by purchasing one the Model Spring Beds. Kemember all costs is five dollars. jnneGtf Good manners ia an art of making those people easy with whom we converse; whoever makes the fewest persons weary is the brest-bred man in company. The name Jenner means a drawn lancet putting to flight a loathsome disease, and the name Harvey Bignihes the circulation of the blood, And the time is coming when the name of Dr. David Kennedy will be indissolubly connected in the public mind with the purification of the blood, deed only less important than the discov ery of its motion through the human body This Dr. Kennedy accomplishes by means of his new medicine, called "Favorite Kemefly." juue20w2 Beware what you say of others, be cause you only reveal yourself there by. A man doesn't think to look behind the door unless he has some times stood there himself. DERRYVILLE, 17th. he ty' to Bcmrlet rash is raging. Corn looking tine. Miss A Hie Hopkins has been very low with lnng fever and scarlet ranhf but is slowlv covering under the careful treatment of Dr. Ulasgow. The inciHtteut wet weather is agaiutit farmers in getting their corn tended, fckune h is atuminmg a neglected appearance. After a long and bitter contest for a pike the old Went I ntou ruad, we presume it will pojmtpiofed after alj. Jt is much needed im provpajpiu. Joseph Colin, of New Lexington, a expected in this vicinity soon to gather up' the wool. J as. Carlisle is still handling some sheep. The road commissioners on the Concord free turnpike are pushing it along rapidly. The Mullepix Bros, with their new mill cutting Borne nice lumber. We wish them suo ?us ?, r))Py ftre hard working fullows. A great Ql fM iiya.Iowg i;oi)ff be short in coiiiteiutiic6 of the white clover, coming up in them. It in strange, cuu any one solve the problem. We would liKe to hear from other localities if they are laboring under Jjr circumstances. WINCHESTER, 20th. J In to I as I The 8ablith school organized at Calvary jume time ago is irn(!roBiinj (inclv, with j. lkjvoriilKO sunt., Jus. A., lllair a t supt., f!burts ffc'y,. V. Koberts treas. .Forty scholars Mltnes Msixie and tUr i(ion f lug at MuClmV and ). T, UuverMtfo'a lu.k but. uraay. Misses Etha and Niniiie Edglngton, of S11 gartree ltidge, and SHks L0U1 titiinn, of this place, were viaiting; Muses Magxie and Clara Hudson hut Sunday. Mis Elta lllair has been the gusst of Mias fi.Of-f JfeilKer, of Hugartree hnlge, the past Dr. A. Nobis ana wile Mill j.,. pturp from California. ' Misses Eva, Sarah and Virginia Huberts, and Chaa. Ikjvemlgc are vuntiug in itruwu county. Mr, (")isa. Morgan and sister, Miss Ada, Hliiaboro, Itta.g ku.tili.' Mr. (:has, MuAHcrty. Dr. J. W. liialr will build a iisw uuusa, auuu, oa Mill struct. WINCHESTER, 20th. HERE AT LAST. After Long and Weary Waiting Relief is Brought to those who Need It. "Well, Vat," h an Orange . oonnty phy sician to a eiiiilRhiing Irish patent some years ago, "for that pain in J ur chest yon had hetter go home and pnt 1 m a mustard plaster. And by the way," Mod the doc tor turning to a friend, "I wi sh Bomehody would invent a real good p taster imn- thing actually helpful for soon cases as I'at's. May be they will sometime, when ts too Into for me to use it." When Henson'g Caprine PoroiM Tlaster was placed ou the market about ten years ago the doctor's ho;-e became a fact. He eanse of the rnro medicinal virtue s inherent in it, it rapid action and sure results, the Capcino is fast displacing the slow-acting plasters of former days, fur all affections to which a plaster is ever applif able. Price 2f cents. In the middle of the genuine is cut the word Capcine. Keabnry A. Johrlion, ' Clumists, New York. jane Throughout the whole web of na tional existence we trace. the golden thread of human progress toward a higher and better estate. The Special Senses have been termed tho "Five Ciatoways of Knowledge, " from the fact that they receive and transmit to the brain impressions regarding gnrrouudiug objects through their nerves. The nose, or organs of smell, is a double-chambered cavity, lined with a mucous membrane, over which is spread numerous nerve fila ments, brauc'nes of the olfactory nerves, for the reoeption of odoriferonsimpressions. Catarrh soon destroys the senso of smell; causes inflammation 01 tue mcmoranc; rapidly becomes offensive, and culminates by becoming chronic, r.ly 8 tream Halm cures catarrh, no matter how long it has existed. juue20w'2 It is a fact that women's brains are smaller than men's. It is also a fact that an elephant is larger than a mouse yet he can't catch one. Idle Experiments. a When a man is well and sound he can afford to be indifferent to the charaoter of all the medicine in tho world. But when dis3ane is fairly eating him up he must do something at once and do it intelligently. Therefore do not dose yourself with a hun dred things in the hope that some of them may hit the mark, hut try Dr. David Ken nedy's "Favorite Keiuedy" which hit it every time. For kidney and liver troubles, piles and constipation, it is just what you want, druggists cav it, or mail one aoi' lar to the doctor, at Kondont, H. V. He who is false to the present duty breaks a thread in the loom, and will see the effect when the weaving of a lifetime is unravelled. Pittsfonl, Mass., Sept. 28, 1878. Sirs I have taken Hop Bitters and rec ommend them to others, as I found them very beneficial. Mrs. J. W. Tuller, Sec. Women's Christian Temperance Union. ju'2uw2sp Every idea, from the moment of its emergence, begins to gather ma terial force, and after a little while makes itself know. A Vigorous Growth of . Of the hair is often promoted by using Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores the youthful color and lustre to gray hair, gives it new life and removes all dandruff, june Could our emenies only know how much we haveforborne toward them, how woulo) thejr hatred be penetrated by remorse. Hope for Drunkards. of it My husband had drunken habits he could not overcame until Parker's Ginger Tonic took away his thirst for stimulants, restored his energy of mind and gave him strength to attend to busiuess. Cincinnati Lady. june One of the best rules in conversa tion is, never to sav a thing which any of the company can reasonably wish he had left unsaid. . A Bun on a Drag Store. a of on be are tQ f. L. of Never was such a rush made for any drug store as is now at Seybert Jt Co.'s for a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, CoueIib and Colds. AU persons affected with asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, severe coughs, or any affection of the throat and lungs, can get a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by calling at above drug store, ltegular size $1. It is more from carelessness about the truth, than from intentional lying fhat therp s sq ruch faehflod, in the world. In no other blood medicine have the re sults of scientific inquiry been so steadily utilized as in Ayer's ISarsaparilla. Train j'byr Children jn paleness and unselfishness In all little things, and the greater will come without an effort. Avoid by all means the use of calomel for bilious complaints. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, compounded entirely of vegetable ingredients, have been tested for forty years, and are acknowledsed to le t'ia n -t temay c,-ejt tii),ieti' tif torpidity'of'ihe liver, cosliveness, and all derangements of the digestive apparatus. ' A philosopher being asked to de fine a quarrel, said : "It is usually the termination of. midcrsUnd. C"For one dime get a package of Dia mond Dyes at the druggist's. They color anything the simplest and most desirable colors. By little and little, great thjna accomplished. Water falling by S are g by day, wears the hardest rock. ."flutter be wuu by in misfortunes of others than by your own." Tuke warning in time. Avoid quack nostrums by which thuiand8 annually perish. Use only such remedies as are demonstrated above sus picion, foremost among which is Kidney Wort. Por torpid liver, bowels or kidneys, no other reineUy ecpuils it. It is sold iu both dry and liquid form by all druggists. Even if wflrk was the 6,ole ajm and end of life, it would be folly to neg lect relaxation, for no labor can be efficiently and permanently carried on without it. - Its: ill),'!? KliMjH p i : ' . I, ;EM'IMC FACSIMILE Prominent Lm tcr i. ALL white on a black ground. nrvtnrc ofdralrr who ttrtnpt lo yinlm off IMI TA I MV M ItMTI I l TIO orWDHi'ir cood nnlrh yield them a I,AlliL'.L I'.tOKir. IVono are genuine without Iho sr SAFE. 3 H. U. V.'ASi.VKn A CO., Kocheater, N.Y. t? This remedy is an absolute speoiflc for the diseases of women; for the nervoui troub les of youth, and for the debility whioh pre cedes old age. As statistics ahow that all diseases arise from the kidneys or liver we oan guarantee freedom from disease by rea son of the power which our Safe Kidney and Liver Cure possesses over these organs. For (liaheten. ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIA BETES CURE. ; declStftoo f ? r f v 1 1 A - -UlaT " fia HAS UEEti PROVED The SUREST CURE for KIDN E YD IS E AS ES. Does alamo back or disordored Urine Indi cate that you are a victim 9 THEN DO NOT lLESITATEj use Kidncy-Wort at one, (drujr pist FeommendU)nd it willBpeedily over come the disease M-nd roitore healthy action. ofl pe For aomplalnta peeullar lawCt UlCOi t your sex, tuh aa prin indweakneiiaea. Kidney-wort 13 uniurpasrjed, ulirj aot promptly andaafely. Eithr9t. lHxiQrtlnwce, retention of urine, brick dust or ropy deponia, and dull drafifirine pain, all speedily yield to its curative power. ii- BOLD BY ALL DItuCtOTSTS. Price II de2itylHrtCi BASKET PLUG TOBAOOO Is the best combination of the CHOICEST LEAF, PUREST SWEETENING, DELICIOUS FLAVORING. It Is unequalled, (ui(J is the AiJEMckcHEY A TBIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU That tho Old Favorite T7I GT7AI1 And the New Favorite Wide AW&jCfc Are th beat pMQ'$W 'MJUJLUCOa ' " ' v' tlie day. BPENCE BROS. & no., Cincinnati. jfttilflnificmA.Voo Farmers and others desiring a genteel, lucrative agency business, by which $5 to $20 a day can be earned, send ftddif-us at once, on poptal, Jfl J. u. Wilkinson A Co., lljd and ls7 Fultou tttrcet, New York. dec27mG We prize books, and they prize them most who are themselves wise. Quotation and originality. T. iakin tiure consists of in ternal aud external treatment at same time, and it makes the skin white.sof laud smooth: unrivaled for hair and scalp. Contains no Doisonous drugs. 1, at druggists'. jau3yl We owe to man higher Slices thar. rood a Tire. Vve Q,.,e,Q m,in mm Domestic life, Dr. 0. W. Benson's Celery and Chttuio mile Pills. Are prepared express!? to cure and will cure Headacha of all kinds, Neu ralgia, Nervousness and Dyspepsia En dorsed by physicians. 50c. at drugyists', jan3yl Hope js ho L.fighie star n fiima retit oryoigth. Horse hills printed promptly and in the best of atyle at this olli.w. We have a vaiiuty of ex cellent cuts adapted to such work. No man ought tq cpmjjn if he wftfUJ rueaoiHes him as he measures others. To measure one' with his own yard stick may be hard, but it is fair. HiUkltm'u Arnlta Salra. The b,cs mlve in' th,e world lyr Cuts. Bruises, Bores, Hlccv, Bu.lt Khcum, V Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ('hilbh ever Iblaius, vorus, ana ail kinds of Kiu Kruptious, This Halve is BWuutood t U've perfect satisfaction in every case, or money re funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Seyhert 4 Co. nov2'.)yl FITS By Dr. Lindiey's Fit Curs. Ktops the attai:li of Lpilrpay iiiuimliiilrli. No tits, spasms, or convulsions after the first (lay's uae. Its curua are jw mcoieii. In nttee-ll years we have found no ciuc we mul,! III" I-.. I'rice, l,,',ll. fut sale by diutitfuca. Addrei. New Vienna Kedioina Co., New Vienna, Ohio. CURED fa" llo,t UMIits are llic Tin-put and llcsl Itittcrs r-ver Made. They are compounded from Hops, Malt, Btiiliu, Mandrake, and Dandelion. Uir oldcht, bent, aud most valuable medicinci in th world and cjnlain all the bpt.t, and most rurntive properties of nil otln r n ine lien, b-iiiR tlio greulrRt Hhird Purifier, Liver Iti'Kiilatnr, anil Life and Health He storing Agent on earth. No disease or ill health can possibly long exist where these Hitters are used, so varied Bud perfect are their operations. They give now life and vigor to the aged and intirri. To all whose employments cause irregularity of tlio bowels or nrinnry organs, or who require an Apetizer, Tonic and mild Stimulant, Hop Hitters are inval uable, being highly curative, tonic and Btimulatiug, without intoxicating. No matter what your feelings or symp toms are, what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Hitters. Don't wait uutil you are sick, but if you only feel bad or miserable, nse Hop Hitters at unco. It mny savo your life. Hundreds have been saved by so doing. 55(H) will bo paid fur a caso the) will not cure or help. Do not suffer or let your friends miffi r, but use and urge them to use Hup Hitters. Kemember, Hop Hitters is no vile, drug ged, drunken nostrum, but the I'urest and Hest Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's friend and Hope," and no person or family should be without thorn. Try the ItitterB to-day. june The unprecedented popularity of Smith's Extract of May Flower as a remedy for all diseases of the Bladder aud Kidueys while phenomenal, is not surprising. The groat value of the plant known as "May Flower" or "Trailing Arbutus," has for years been known and recognized by the medical fru teruity. To successfully prepare this rem edy so that it should meet tho approval of the practicing physician has beeu a study of years. The climax, however, has been reached, and Smith's Extract of Mny .Flow er now stands at the head of all remedies offered for the speedy aud permanent cure of any aud all complaints arising from a disordered condition of the Bladder and Kidneys. Ho effectually does it accomplish the purpose for which it is prescribed that hundreds of reputable physicians now en dorse it and prescribe it iu their daily prac tice. .Bright's Diseases, Diabetes, Dropsy, Rheumatism, Incontinence or Non-retention of the Urine, Painful Menstruation, Pains in the Back or Loins, Dizziness, Stoue iu the Bladder, all Private DiseaflpB, Inflammation of the Bladder, and all kin dred complaints are amenable to treat meut, and are promptly relieved by the use of this remedy. Nature is upheld by antagonism. Passions, resistance, danger, are edu cator, Considerations by the way. ice to Mothers. Are vou disturbed and broken of rnnr rest by a sick child sutlerini; and crvimr with I. din of cutting teeth? It so, send at once and a get a iM)uie oi jiiis. vMnsiow s Mootlung Hyrap for Children Teething. Its valuo is incalculable. It will relievo the poor little sufferer immedi ately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and diar rhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, reduoes inflam mation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Mis. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States, and is for sale by all drnggists through out the world. Price 25 cents a bottle. feb21-yl-gprtco Scioto Valley Railway TIME TABLE. In Effect May 13th. 1883. THE SHOUT LINE TO ALL POINTS EAST, W EST, SOUTH & XORTUW EST. No a,.Uo, 4 No. 6 SOUTHWARD, Daily Except Sunday Dally Except Sunday Dally. Lve Arr Columbna Iteeses J 'litem 9 50 4 60pm 3 lOain 3 85 3 45 4 02 4 25 4 63 ass U39 6 53 7 23 7 55 9 04 9 45 10 20 8 afimn U 4i.n M 14 10 30 11 50 17 5 28 5 40 6 1(1 fi 40 7 10 M'9 n t li 2 a oj 9 30 Locklsmru Ashville Cirdeville Kingston Chillicothe Sharon Waverly . Piketou j-ncwiWi: 1 urUluuutu Iionton Ashland Hunfg C. A O. W Sulphur " Staunton, o Richmond. " 10 (16 10 18 , 10 45 11 12 11 40 1 4H PR 4 M J5f 3iio 4 44 5 30 10 40 11 25 7 45 5 40am 12 10am 6 50 10 35 11 85 6 3Hpro. Newp't News. ivp t News " iHi'fl I T IU 7 SO Old No. 1 jNo. 3 No. NOItTIIWARD !Caily Except Sunday. Daily Except SuiuW. Lve OldPtCf'tU AO 6 40pm 7 00 Arr New't News, t'. Stamilon, " W. Sulphur, " " Huntington, " Lve Ashland Arr Irnoton " Portsmoutb. . . " I.ueaaville. . . . ; " Piketou " VYmyiK.:;. " iwv- " chiiiKMthe..,,;' " Kingston. . " C'bohvillt.;,,, , " AalivUle..., 30pm 10 401ve 30 02 20 8 10am 9 30 80pm M ? 8. '15 2 4i lam 55am 4() 8 25 3 30 V r 9 07 I 3 4S 10 oa '"Is 11 V7 11 51) 12 14 12 30 12 40 1 05 am 6 i W la 04 la 24 58 14 ' 24 50pm 6 11,1 fl eU 710 8 0 8 37 8 54 0 04 9 30am JjOOdo- .irne. eeses Columbus . . . CONNECTIONS, At Columbus with C, A Si, L. R', C. C. C. I. It y, O, A, O, it, It., U. A; O. It: It., O. C. H. It., l H. V. A T. It. It., I. 11. ft w. lt'y. At Circlevilla with A M V liiv v n x St. L. lfv. At Chilluit'ithft wit.h Af ,V n T? i T t m. n u. it. At Waverly with O. S. It. li. At Portsmouth With lk,........ih. V.........Y. .' r M. A O, H. H, ind ()i,u rier steamers. At Ieojtkou Hub lion l. K. At AkMilaud with E. T. All R n 11 ri . O. H. 11. . Chattaroi K'v ami A r. .il 'u u For further in fi irinuti,n u t.. L - - . . t- L ."..-b, cMjnuee- tu.ua etc., call on your ticket agent or u.l.licas o.yKj.d. AIU.'IIJ-.JL General Ticket .d Pass. Agent. Wm, Lahr, 41ko. Skinnkr Travelinij Thm, Ag Supeiintendeht. tlwliuvihua, Ohiiv auKlitf Vclls "1U)UU a Cor." Aak for Wella' "Itough on Corns." lto Dniok, compels, permantut cure. Curna uiIh, buuioiis, ' Nature is a rag-merchant, who works up every shred and art, and end into new creations Eeauty. Well rewarded. A liberal reward will 1 llUlil t.l In. party who will produce a case of liver, kid ney or stomach compluiut that Jilectrio Bitters will not snoedilv cure Hri n.u... ioug, H win cost you nothing f,j tlie mod. iciue if it fails (o car, nd you will be w.ll rewtrdml for your troubkj betides. All Uood diseases, biliousness, jaundice, cou stij.ation, and geueral debility are quickly cured, hatitfactiou. guaranteed or money r.ifuuded. Price only fifty cents per bottle For sale by Heybert 4 Co. .., ... ... . -8 AYER'S Hair Vigor rectoren, with the glofm nnt frethnem of youth, failed or grny hair to a n.ituml, rich brown color, or deep blnrk, at may b doHlrnd. By tts use light or rpil hair may be darkened, thin hair thickened, and baldness often, though not always, cured. It checks fulling of the hair, and stlinu lutoi a weak and fttckly growth to Tlgor. It pro von U aud cures tnui f and dandruff, and heals nearly every dlseaRe peculiar to the seal p. As a Ladles' Hair Dressing, the Vigor ts unequalled ; it contains neither oil nor dye, renders (he hair soft, glossy, and silken In appearance, and Imparts a delicate, agreeable, and lasting perfume. Mb. C. P. RRTrrtEii writes from Kirbif, 0.t Jnlff 3, lHMii ; Last fall my hair commence falling out. and lit a short time 1 became tiearlv bald. I used part of a bottle of Avkh's Hair Vidob, whfrh stopped the fall ing of the hair, nnd started a new growth, I hurt) now a full head of hair growing vigor ously, aud am convinced that but for the use of your preparation 1 should have been entirely bald," .1. W. Row it n, proprietor of the Mr. Arthur ytiio) Enquirer, shvs : " A VF.B'a HAIKVmoR. Is a most excellent preparation for the hair, 1 speak of it from my own experience, Jt use promotes the growth nf new hair, and. makes It glosay and soft. The Vioor is also a sure cine for dandruff. Not within rtf knowledge has the preparation, ever failed to give entire sat isf action." Mr. Anoka Fairhairn, leader of the celebrated " Falrbairn Family" of Scottish. Vocalists, writes from Boston, Afass., Feb. 0, 18H0 : " Kver since my hair began to give sil very evidence, of the chnngo which Meeting trine procureth, I have used Avkr's Haih. Viuor, and so have been able to maintain an appearance of yonthfulnc.ss a matter of considftrahle eonsctiience to ministers, ora tors,, actors, and hi fact every one who lives In the eyes of the public." Mb. O. A. PnKsroTT, writing from 18 Kim St.. ( h'lrlmtnwn, Man., April 14, 1W2, savs : " Two years ago about two-thirds of my hair came otF. It tbinnel vry rapidly, and I wa fast growing )ald. On lining Avkk's Hair: Vioob the falling stopped and a new growth) commenced, and in alwmt a month my heaJ was completely covered with short hair. It has continued to grow, and is now as good aa before It fell. 1 regularly used but one bottle of the VmoR, but now use It occasionally aa a dressing." We have hundreds of similar testimonial to the efficacy of Avkr's Hair Vioor, la needs bat a trial to convince the most skepU. cal of Its value. PREPARED BY DrJ.C.Ayer&Co.,LoweII,Ma9. Sold by all Druggist. Cincinnati. Washington &. Baltimore EAILBOA.D. THE ONLY LIUS RUNNING PALACE SLEEPING CARS TO BALTIMORE, " PHILADELPHIA, and NEW YORK. VIA WASHINGTON CITY WITHOUT CHANGE. Direct Oo.-okctio', Fon Ar.t Porars EAST AND SOUTHEAST. THE FAVORITE SHORT' LINK TO- LYDL4A1P0LIS, ST. LOVIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITT, OMAHA, AND ALL POINTS IN THE West, Northwest, and Southwest- PALACE CARS TO- Louisville & St, Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. Lowest Hates, Quickest time, and Boat Accommodations. TBAINS LEAVE HIIL8B0BO AT 6.00 m., 8.0S a. m. mi 5 p. m. FOR THROUGH TICKETS Tany point NojriU., Soutli, anil Eaut or Wint apply to - E. CARSON, Ajr,d C. HI 4 B. JJ, J. H. STEWAUT, . Tilok P. UAItRY, Gen'l Manager. Guu'L rBs. Sc. Tkt, Ant STANDKI) BRED TROTTING, STALLIONS At tlie Hillsboro Tslr GrounUn.for tli Vr lvSS. liay Rtallicn, hni by Alden Quldmniili, Onuiue County, N. V , l.uu.i, fnalt-U 1H73 w "f voiunlwr, rnro of Ht. Julit-u, record t .jmHr i.y J!y,k If.nihletnni.ii llrut aula lintortuiin liv it. i n Htoomi daxi by llamljiiuu IVvuiaitor, airo' of to itwurc. No KsjoiiBibility for duuU. aoci- VITI1TTVIAM - - i - iuhii( luaiuu iuav, (lot oy htilaon, noil of MyHHuicr JJm We:. iiinoiui.oiiian; dam tlamoli tor i j . .". nmuoieioiiiali, aeeonil (lam by Oin1i llollVMr t). rl .lu... ,1... .1 J . . Vlltll tl record 2.11'.4 .. . Vitnmau limited to twenty mar m. Jn-n, For ex- 'i'lie Haiiibietonuii family ' lu1" m,l il mora faat trotter than .U ."gi AU purnoae and fiacb Stallion o 13 Tvi: xjrjj ' lirown RtulHi.ii in i. i . m . . . i , : iimitd in iH7n I. pn nii-. Jlu in """m null 1 t H rim u.,t... ' , HUlaboro, O. UkU4: v myU,..2 U,Wm. S. JtiiiUiti'