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TIIUItSlhVY, 9IA1C. O, 1873.
Oa andifter Sunday, November 3J, 1872
rains win run follows: me pi. louis
Express runs daily; nil other trains daily Sun
days axeented.
'ill Put Lin el an! Express will "top only
at bovatand.ureanneld, Lhillioine Hamden,
Athene and 8cott't Landing. FastiLine going
veil will etop at Hlanchesler, also. Cither
train atop at all stalioas.
Stations! Mail. FastL.
0innilv.. 2Aam 10 20am
Chilliouthe 11 9ra S 21 pm
Hiunland i-"ur..l Supo Jrn
Hmnden ........H 4Jnn 3 21pm
MoAavnoa.... 1 ultm 3 3lpm
Vinton - 1 l:-i'm 3 4opm
SalMki... I 2.1pm S 48pm
Hor Furnace... 1 84pm Mpm
r-iuetbur. ...... 4 Mpm 6 3'pm
flntions. Mil. FaidL.
Parkerafcurg. ........ AO.im 9 eoain
2 m
2 J3ain
S iiiarg
3 lfti;6
3 I7jrn
i JOaiu
IS 6jpm
3 2Apm
3 3.1pm
3 4(ipni
3 47pm
3 85pm
4 (pm
4 66pm
HnnAjfurnaue.M.. 1 ti9um
ZaliVTl.. 1 23pm
f iT!?bo........-.. 1 sipm
McAtTHca 1 4:ipro
11 noun
11 34am
11 fiam
11 52am
12 tHIin
ilamrten l Mim
Michlar.d Fur.... 8 13pm
Chillicothe...... 3 l.ipra
Cincinnati.... ....8 lupm
12 13pm
1 oopm
i oopm
The Z.ileiKi Accommodation going ra.l
leaves Uhillieothe at II uu a. m., Rnysvillo T H
Richlnd Furnace, 8 10, Uamden arrive 8 4S
depart 2S, Mi-Arthur, M, Vinton 10 M,
tSiletki so. Hoing west-Zdesiti 4 Oiip.m.,
Vinton 4 3n, MiAithir5 00, lhuniien, arrive
30-dep.irl 4 60, Richland Furnace, t) 20,
Rayaville, 0 60, Chillicothe. I u.
will leave Hamden at 6 16 a.m. and 4 OOp.m
rri.ina at Portsmouth at 11 10a m.and 7 Pop,
m. Rettiroinitmins leave Portsmouth at
a.m. ana p.m., annum .
at 11:43 a.m. and 6 20 p.m.
Trams eonnect at Loveland for all points on
he Little Miami Railroad, and at the Indianan
Us and Cincinnati Railroad Juncti n for all
points West; at Athena, with the Columbus
H. Y. K.
it Parker.burg, with trie 11. a
O. R. R.
Master of Trans portatlon.
IWILt, run a hack from Wllkesville to
Hamden and return ererv Monday, Wcdnes.
day and Friday, for the accommodation of
passengers, making close connection witu the
nail trains on the M. a v. K. it. i win also
carry exprcs packsges shipped to or from
I none points uy trie Adams express vo.
CHAELE3 . BAENETT, Proprietor
VITILL run regmsrly to McArthur Station
IT to meet sli mall trains.
Hack leaves McAitliur post omen a. 12.00
o'clock, M. each day, to connect with mail
Orders left st the post office, McArthur, er
VHDaas, promptly aurnnpo io.
Hamden, "Wilke.iville and Middleport
H AVISO the contract for carrying Hie msil
between the above points 1 will be able to
luroih conveyance for passenger and their
baggage to and from said points on the follow
lagdiiya: From Wllkesville to flnmden and
back on Mondays, Wednesilny. and Fridays;
and from Wilkesville to Mxidleport, Meigs
Co, and back on Tuesdays, Thursdays Mid
Jatnnktys, iUUN LRVIS.
A Dubuque girl, Miss Mc
Laughlin by name, who works
hard for her living, had a cas
ual acquaintance with a fellow
named Smith. Smith rushed
Into her presence one day and
swore he would shoot himself
if he didn't raise some that
day that he was hard up, out
of work, desperate, etc. She
took pity oa him, loaned bim
$36 all she had and told him
he could pay it back when he
got something to do. lie fi
nally got a situation, but didn't
repay the loan, and abused his
sympathic friend scandalously
whenever she dunned him She
sued him, but only succeeded
in recovering part of it, and
so, last week, she bought a
good horse-whip, called on Mr.
Smith, and gave him as good a
thrashing as a man ever got.
Minister Sickle3 has recog
nized the new Spanish Repub
lic. The lady to whom Roche-
lort was married, just before
ehe received the last sacra
ment ot tne cnurch. and was
supposed to be dying, has
Queen Victoria has granted
a pension of $250 a year to the
widow oi the gallant Captain
Knowles, of the Northfleet,
who loBt his own life in exer
tions to save others.
In Brooklyn, on Saturday,
Michael Fox was arrested on
the charge of kicking to death
his son eight years old, be
cause the boy refused to go for
liquor without money.
Geo. A. Clark, the well
known cotton thread raanufac
turer of Newark, N. J., died
suddenly on the 13th of heart
disease. His estate 13 valued
t $3,000,000.
Oua native population is in
round figures 30,000,000, our
foreign-born population, 5,500,
000. Of these foreign-born
citizens, 1,690,000 are Ger
mans, and 1,855,000 Irish.
This advertisement appears
in the London Lancet: "Want
edA respectable and respon
sible female attendant for a
young lady addicted to intern
derance." all
Dh. Boweks. 'Dentist, McAr2
thur.O. '
In Zaleski
THE Zaleskl Company, with a flew to the
development of the local iotereataof ales
lei, to secure Ms permanent piosperily, aad to
add to its popolaiion and wealth, are now
ottering to aciunl seltleia, town lots and form
mods at low prices, and on liberal terms
persons desiring to examine the property
aod to buy cheap houses will apply at the
Company's offices to
R. THOMPSON, Manager,
laleskl, Ohio, May 18, 1871. tf
the new potl law we are supplving the peo
pie with our tine nickel white metal ware, of
triple eiectro-mlver plate, postpaid to sny
prut of the country dirrcllroin our manufac
Kotwith'tanding a large ailvitnce in nickel
we still oner the gooda, both plain and fancy
patterns, at former factory rates, and mil mail
anv Quantity at these prices, on receipt of the
Butter knife, pickle fork, ugar spoon and
napkin line:, each Slim
Tea spoons ami nut picks, halt dos. I 60
Dexatrt knives.lorksand spoons.halfdoi. 4 UO
Table " " 6 00
Renlfitingof old ware in the best manner, at
one hnlf of thefe prices.
We will mail to anv addreas nhntnirrsnhs
snd price lit of Jour FIXE NliiTKR
the manufacture ot which is a ipeclalty with
It is our privilege to refer to the editors of
an umcinnsti religious weeklies.
In what paper did you see our advertise-
61 Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio
31octl872 8t
Ont door wen of Von. Will t Bro'$,
Real Estate Bought and Sold.
Persons wihini to ourrhase larnfs firms or
town lots in Vinton c adiotning counties will
and tracts to suit them by calling.
Persons wishiug to sell lands, larms or town
lots will hnve a uood chance of doina so bv
leaving description, etc. in our hands.
V. M. 1. KA..hl,l.ii CO.,
ocl!8 Main Street, McArlhur.O.
Dr. Duponco's Ooldcn
They never fnil, snd mny be depended upon
n every case where the monlhlvtlow has
been obstructed thpiiiuii cold or disense.
I'l'PONOO'is UOLIiKN 1'lLI.S always giveim
nieiite relie. A Indv write: "liUDonco's
Uolilen l'ill! relieved me in one dny like mas
ic." The genuine sre now nut tin in Isrue
wnite boxes containing double the qimntily of
his, nid upon eacn vox you win nuu mi
Private U.?S. Revenue Stump." Upon the
stump see the words liUPUMCO'S GOLDEN
PILL4, in white letters, without that none
are genuine.
rt'inemher the genuine l In the white boxes
Full and explicit directions ncconmnnr eai'h
box. Price 81. utf ner box. six boxes t5.l.
Sol I by one druggist in every town, village,
city snd li unlet throughout the world.
Bold in McArti.ur, O.,
By li. II'. SISSOX. Druyyltt.
Sole Agent for Vinton County.
Bv sen. hue him II 00 thranohlh McArlhnr
0., Post OftVe, can have the pills sent confl
dentiHlly, by mail, to any part of the country,
free of postage.
. u. uuv e, i-roprietor, new lorn.
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seeds!
Nursery Stock, Fruit tEoirer Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
600 acres; 21st year; 12 'Jreenhonsea.
Apple, 1,IXI 1 vr.. tM; 2y. HO; Jy. 40; 4y. 150
4 catalogues, 20 cents. Bauglin
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Carpenter's great painting
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An Awful Story.
There was once an awful lit
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of saying 'awful" to every
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awful distance from every oth
er awful place. She went to
an awful school, where she had
an awful teacher, who gave her
awful lessons out of awful
books. Every day she was so
awful hungry tbat she ate an
awful amount of tood, so that
she looked awful healthy.
Her hat was awful small, and
her feet were awful large. She
went to an awlul church, and
her minister was an awful
preacher. When she took an
awful walk she climbed awful
hills, and when she got awful
tired she sat down under an
awful tree to rest herself. In
summer she found the weather
awful hot, and in winter
awful cold. When it didn't
rain there was an awful drought
and when the awful drought
wa9 over there was an awful
rain, bo that this awful girl
was all the time in an awful
state, and if she don't get over
saying "awful" about every
thing, I am afraid she will by
and by come to an awful end.
—S. S> Advocate.
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lie let., hiw proveU Dr.
Crook's Wine of Tar to
bave moro njerlt thau
any similar preparation
ever otrered to the pub.
11c It is rich In tin
medicinal qualities ol
Tar. and unequalrd fot
dlKeiiHcs of the Tbronl
nnd Lunita, performing
cnrM all i'onifhn an J
Coliln. It bos cured so
rnnnv cnaes of Asttima
nd ilronehil, that It
lms been prout unced a
g peel llo for thete com.
plnlnta. Kor 1'aln in
liio llreast. Side 01
Ilnck. travel or Klil
ney ItlHenwe, Diseases
f Ihe Urinary Oricniiii. Jmnniice.
my Liver ComplHhU It liua no equal.
II la nine a l,er'0Lj?I!lfV.,,i,
Itentorea tbe Appetite,
RtrenKthem Ibe s'"'',J.lM. V
ttetore the Weak anil Debililalect.
4'annes Ihe faml to Wlareht,
Bcruovea lysepl and lndletlou.
Vreventa Malnrloua Fevers,
Gives tone to yoor SyMtcin.
rhat Tale, Yellow, SIciV-Iodklnff SJtia
h eliiuiL'i'd to one of fioslmess nnd liraltli
riioao lisenies of the SRIn, IMmpleMi
PiiHtnlPx. Illolrlies and F.riiplious nr
nr tlm t'.yes, Wh te KwpHinir. l'lcrr,
(Mil Korrs ornny kind of Humrrr rapidly
i.i,.n nn (I illsunnenr under Us llilluenco
In fart It will do you more Rood, and cure
you more speedily thnn nny nnd nil othol
firennrntlons combined. Wbitbltl lt lsnn
ur.' own restorer I A soluble oxyd of Iron
combiner! with tho medicinal properties ol
Poke Itoot divested of all disagreeable quul
iti It will pure nnv t lirouleor I.onir.
Htiuifllnu I)lKrne whose real or dlroot
cniisnlabnil blood. Ilhenmiilltm.I,nliis
In I,:nhs or llone, onxiiinnoii urn.
ken down liv Jloreurlnl or otlies poisons,
lire nil cured by It. l-'oi S.vnlilllM.or N.Tph.
Illlle l.l'iit. Ihi'io is niitliiiiK ciuni 10 11,
A Irtnl will proio It. ASK FOR OK.
rouE1 itoor.
T t . .
Dr. Cox's Hive fCronoi Srrop has
been known and used by the medical profession
over 10O years, and ss a remedy for Colds and
Coughs has an older and better reputation than
sny other Couch medicine ever offered to tbe
uhllc. It is known as the Compound 8ymp or
auills. and a formula may bo found In every
medical dispensatory.
Dr. Hansom's IIIvo Svrnn and
Tola, in addition to the Ingredients for Cox's
Hive Syrup, contains Balsam of Tolu, decoction of
Skunk Cabling Itoot and Lobelia, a combination
that must commend it to every one as a superior'
remedy for Croup, Whooping Cough,
Asthma, Hronclilllx, Coughs ana
Colds, ludecd for all affections of the Throat
and Lungs where a Cough Medicine is necessary.
This Syrup Is Carefully Prepared
Under tbe personal direction of a regular Physi
cian of over twenty years' practice, whose signa
ture is attached to the directions on the bottle.
Its taste Is very pleasant and children,
like it.
Every family should keep It as a ready
remedy for Croup, Colds, etc., among tho
1). Hansom, Sox Si Co., Fropr s, Buffalo, N. T.
It cures os If by MAGNETIC
INFLUENCE, Neuralgia and sll palu, snd is
therefore very properly termed "Msgnetlo
lialm." It is purely a vegetable preparation. It
has no eqnal as a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dysep-
tery, Colio and all Bowel Complaints.
, Its timely use will cureColds, Croup, Diph
theria. Quinsy, nnd sll Throat affections.
When properly used, Fever and Ague,
and other complaints Incident toourwestcrn and
southern climates, are easily broken up.
Nervous Pain, Sick-Headache, and Rheu
matism are cured by this medicine when all others
have failed. Toothache, Earache, Bums, Chil.
blains and Bruises sre relieved at once by its use.
The genuine has D. Hansom &;o.'s
Srivato Revenue Stamp on the outside, and Dr.
. R. Miller's Magnetic Balm blown in the bottle.
Examine closely, and buy none but the gen
uine. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 cents per
D, Ransom, Son Ss Co., Fropr's, Buffalo, H. T.
with ik. txi.r.rTic wT.mt,v ni wkrei.v nuts-.
TiAa AT ffUHK (uiasolldaud), wr S4.0O.
kTVo of IbtM Chroma th. liM of "Wldi
. Anekt and Fmi aaimpi tbt oxaen
I n MiMwbftt ainmUor.
Bobwribtn finilib AT ONCB
wilt utu VhttCM.
nn meke hoMsr terna .
. with w Ulan wim uy i
SSOO rages, 250 Engravings.
A startling expose of medical hiimbiias ol
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NOTICE 11 hereby given lhat Mm. Cynthia
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ry out-hou.es are among Ihe improvenleDte,
iheiarm lies well, is well watered, fecoini
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