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McAKTH UU, 01110,
On endnrW 8undav, November 8d, 1872
trains will run Mlo: The 8t. Loin.
Express runs dUil) i nil oilier twins daily Sua
dnys ex tli.
The r' ist Mne nn I Express will top only
I 1,'iveino'l, Oreontirl. I, Chilli '"(ho. Hamden.
Alhsnond dvott'a Landing. Fust Ijm K"i"
.( ill .lop nl HiftiU'htt.ter, also, oilier
Iritina toa( hII stations.
9llinn; Mail. Knst I.. PtL.Ex.
Cinriiiiuiii......-..-.fl 2"m 1 2.iin Mpin
Uhillwoihe 11 i.im 3 Slpm 1 Nm
Ki.'hUn.l Kur.-.U .V.pm S isjpm 2 un
ilitinilrii li Vl" silP,n i,m
xi,,utiii'... I utum Sliim S 5:tam
Vimou .. 1 Hum 3 "pin 3 niam
fcmki . 1 2-tpm 3 48m S 09m
Mow rMrnnee... 1 sim a onpm mini
l-nribliri 4 0lni 8 'pm 6 6um
Chhnni. Mml. Knot L. t.T,.Ex
twin-rnb-srir .....0 .Wim 9 iihm 11 Mpm
H,t furnace 0iim 11 Mim 3 XApm
fcilemi.. 1 pm 11 3sam S 3.1pm
firnon 1 3 ipm 11 'Sum 3 40pm
Me,tariica 1 tium II S2.UII 3 47pm
llnnvlen 1 Minn 12 own 3 SSpin
Xiohlned fur..- Mom li ISpm 4 ospm
Cliillii'Otlie. .... 3 ISoro I wipin 4 64pm
Cincinnati.... .K 10pm 6 iNipm uopm
The Zileiki Accommodation going el
Imvit.eiiillicollie Dili ""a. m., Hnvsville 7 ,0
Ui.diWnd Furnace, S I", llaindeu arrive 8 4
nViuirt u 21. Mf Arthur. ftS, Vinton 10 S.
' ZilBiki 10 M. Hoing wrut-Z ile.Ki 4 OOp.m ,
Vinton 4 3n. MrAHhnr ft no, llnmden, arrive
t 30-dep.irt 6 AO, ltii'hlnnd Kurnnce, li 20,
Rfiy.rille, 8 SO, Clnllicnllie.il 'li.
will la:ive llnmilen nt 8 1ft n.m. end 4 OOp.m
arriving at Poriamoulh nt II 10a m. ar.d T fop.
m. Keuirmng trains ill leave Portsnontli nt
8 O a m. and 12 20 p.m., arriving at Hamden
al 11.4ft a.m. and ft 20 p.m.
Trams connect at Loveland for all points on
he Lilt e Minim Bai road, anil at me inainnnp
ftlie ami Cincinnati Railroad Jnnc.tl n for all
point Went; at Athens, wilh the Columbus
H. V. R. t P.irUerbur, wilh the B. A
Master of Transportation.
-w Tfft a, rt.nlr VSf it IraiFlllr)
IiTIUtV IUII 1 1 "V ia. nmi v '
Hamien and return every Monday, WeHnc
ujt rriii. iur no n- inniivu .
puKnenaerB. mnkins clone cnnne:tion with the
.l-i.. o nn iha l A f U. 11 1 will nlnn
nnrry expref-i piickaceH shipped to or liom
tlwi lininiallV lIlMAllllIHB nXlUfSH ll).
CHAELE3 "W. BAMETT, Proprietor
WILL run rejHii.rly to McArlhur Station
to meet ah mail trnina.
Ilai-k leavea McAitliur po.t offlce ni 12.00
o'clock, M. Ach ila, to connect wnn man
iirdeni left nt the post office, McArlhur, or
Sundna, promptly RtiemiM to.
Harnlan, Wilke.iville and Middleport
HAVING the contract for carrying the mail
between the above points I will be able to
1 urniih conveyance for pnesenxert and iheii
bngino lo and fromsniil pointaon Hie follow
inn drtvn: From VVilkexville to Hannlen and
back on Monday, WednendHy. and FridajH;
and from Wilkeaville to Mbidleport, MeiK
Co , and buck on Tuesdays, Thuiadara -ind
Baturdajs. lOHN LEV 13.
Tub New York Times alter
reviewing the action ol the Re
publican party in its exposures
and condemnation of corrup
tion, says truly: It is idle to
talk of such a party being cor
rupted. It can not be so until
the proportion of the good and
lad men in it are reversed Be
fore that can occur there must
be a struggle, in which we be
Iieve the bad will have to sue
cumb. We admit that the Re
publican party will, sooner or
later, have to throw off those
oi its active members who are
corrupt or perish, but we have
no (ear that it will perish."
Tlie Scarcity of Money
Is in a groat measure caused by
"ending away to other towns or
cities for articles that can be
found just as good and cheap at
homo. If you wish a veryfine pic
t ire of yourself or friends do not
id deluded into the idea that
yni can do better by going to
tj lillicolhe, Cincinnati and other
I'Ucea without first calling on
C. J. BiLLisanuitsT, of Mc Ar
thur. No artist has a better
reputation for doing good and
honest work, and nothing in the
picture line is too dificult for him
to undertake. See his advertisement.
The Cbiilicothe Advertiser
boasts of one Charles Engla
having shipped from that city
to Cincinnati, a 6ix-legged
calf, an eagle and an owl, on
last Tuesday week, for exhibi
tion. The calf was born some
where near Londonderry about
eighteen months ago, and the
eagld was lately 6hot and
captured on Dry Run. The
price paid for the calf was
Lieut. John L. Wordes, an
army officer stationed at Sack,
ett'sllarbor, commit ted suicide,
on Sunday Morning, by cutting
bis throat with a carving knife
The death ot bis wife some
months ago, it is supposed de
ranged his mind. lie was the
son of Admiral Worden, who
commanded the Monitor in the
conflict with the rebel ram,
Amas Wells, of Meigs town
ship, Morgan county, h a bale
oil man of seventy-six, and
the ather of twenty-seven
cxuoa i roatuaii,
6tl1 tl road way, New Tork,
TS the beat eyntem of modern ehort hind
.iihiw. Bv its aid reporters are e lablerl
i m. inhitim the uDeajlie of the moil
rapid txlkera, with the nrelest ease, ltise
brnch of tiidva ead learned as any ol
the common branches, sucn a reaoini, wn
inn. arithmetic oi sriiinmar, and may be ac
quired bv any child lnt can rend common
print readily, lis characters are a Died
ann certain in Iheir meanings, as legible, a
philosophical, as Dtauiiful a those now in
common use, are more systematic, and more
readily learned.
The great utility of Phonography is fully
conceited by teachers, students, business ami
ii ro!csiion.il men. The demand for Fhino.
ranhers is greater than the sunnlv. and con
tiiiilv increasing. It is a sure and easy
teppi'ng stone for a young man or woman to
immediate, permanent an I respectable em
ployment, al salaries of from SI, Sun to W.OoO
per ver, as reporters iur newspapers, von
iind military eourls, uegisiauires, v,nnren
lions, eln , or as clerks in ihe offices of rail
rnaiU. trlevrnnha. Iswvers, nhvsicians, mer
I'haiil and manufacturing houses, and in all
Ihe lirpsrimi-nis of ini National Uovernmeni
and as secretaries nnd amenusises. Tht re is
no field of biborso certainly remunerative,
and nuerul art so eauiy acquired.
To the lawyer in noting down tesltmonv
and teferences, snd in preparing Aistdrail ol
briel'snnd other legsl papers it is invaluable.
To the clergyman, in preparing hissermons,
to tne public i-penher in preparing a ois
cour.e, lo any person hsvingatudie. or cler
ical duties it will save '0 oer cent, of lime.
PARENT!, why not have your children
earn Phonography a useful and beautiful
rt. a refining amusement, a uniqo sernm-
plistinent. in any vocation oi i ie it win re
pay many times it cost in money tune and
the n.n-nnoR" of stajhrd
ery style of the art commencing with Ihe
analvsii of words, nnd proceeding to Ihe mou
rapid reporting atyie-in such a form and
manner, wilh nuch fullness uf explanation,
and completeness of illii.tration, and with
such oil erfealures as to fully adapt the work
to the use ol'schoels and to sell-instruction.
Price, ti; by mail $2.40.
Mr. O i a him is the author of a Phonoeranh-
ie lnctionarv, Readers, and other work, also
publisher or a newspaper railed "Ihe ctu
dont'j Journal,'' devoted to the advancement
ol Phonography. Pewl for a specimen num
her coniaicing a full description of Ihe var
ious works oj j'nonngrapny wnicn are puo
lished by him.
i;M S;3 Broadway, New York.
the new pnstiil law we are supplying Ihe peo
pie with our fine nickel while metui ware, of
triple eieciro-Miver plain, pot pain to any
part of the country dirrcllrom our manufsc'.
Notwilh.t'inding a large advance in nickel
h still oiler the goods, both plain and fancy
patterns nt former facioiy rates, nnd will mail
mi v quantity at these prices, on receipt uf the
Duller knife, pickle fork, sugar spoon and
napkin una. enrh $1 is
Teaspoons and mil picks, halt don. It
tiesst rt knives, lorks and spoons, half dos. 4 If
Table " " " " " ' 8 Ik
Renlatingnf old ware in the best mnnner.a
one half of these prices.
Wewillmnil to any address ihnl'!!rnnl.
and price li.ts nf vur FIiK MLVKIl
the mnnufiictore ol which is a ipecially with
It is our privilege to refer to the editors o'
all Cincinnati religious weeklies.
in wnat paper old you see our advertise
ment? JI A.I.G,ROBI.SO A; CO.,
ftl Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31octU72 St
J. It 1WLLLS & CO.,
One door west of Ban. Will Ero't.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Prsons wishing to purchase lands farms o
town lots in Vinlon o" adioining counties will
find tracts to suit them by calling.
Persons wishing to sell lands farms or tnwr
lots will have a good chance nf doing sob;
eaviog description, etc. in our nnuns.
WM. J. BANNED, -4 A CO.,
oct2J Miin Street. McArlhur, 0.
Oi. I) ii police's G'oldcii
They never fail, and may be depended upoi
in every case where the monthly How ha
been oh-tmcted through cold or disease
mediate relie. A lady writes: "Dtiponcof
tiol.len Pills relieved me in one day like mag
ie." The genuine are now put up in largi
white boxes confining double the noantii)
pins, aid upon each dox you win nnu m
Private U.. 8. Revenue Stamp." Upon th,
stamn see the words LUPONCO'8 GOLDE."
i-ill-, in wiuie letters, without tnnt non
are genuine.
rt" in em oer ine genuineis in tne white noxe
Full and explicit dirt clinns accompany eai I
box. Price 81. oO per box, six boxes 8S.no
Sold by one druggist in every town, village,
cilvand hamlet throughout the world.
Sold in McArtt.ur, O.,
J)y G. IV. SISSOK. Druggist.
Sole Agent for Vinton County.
bv sending him $1.00 threngh Ihe .McArthui
O., Post Office, can have the pills sentoonli
denually. by mall, to any part nf the country
Iree of pnsiage.
. u. riuwis, proprietor, new lorn.
III... i I.J E-.l;H'n I 11 Un,dnn inlkn...
"The Outcast." BmUiull) lllialTiitei.fromorig
inal daigiu bf Edward L Henry. Completo II
one large octavo volume, in uniform styh
with "The Outcast and Other Poems," beint
printed on the finest tinted plate paper, ano
bound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top.
gi It sides and beveled boards, prios Two Dol
lars, or bound in green morocco cloth, will,
gilt sides, and beveled boards, price Thret
A bore book U for tale b all hookteVcri. or cob-
1t of it will be ff, yod-paid, to amy one, per return oj
mail, on ana one re nitti'tg the price of if to f A. publitt,
ere. T. B. PETKRS'iN HKi'Tri EBS,
30ii Chestnut St., Phil-delphia, Pa.
Agents Wanted.
For the great sensation ot hygienic litem-
lure, our digestion; or,
Dr. Dio Lewis' new work is an immense
success, eaves money, worry, and precious
health, and shows how to live well and grow
fat on $1 a week. Agents are coining money,
snd do, ng a worldofgood with i'. Thesarrr
chances still open lielay not, bu' address at
once. K. HAiNiNAruKU UU . publishers
177.Weal Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. 8mar3
Notice to ihe Stockholders of
the Galipolis, McArlhur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
A LTi parties havingaabscnbed to the cap-
x.iui atoeK oi tne u.. mca. u. h. k. an
hereby reaui.ed to make payment to Ihe dec
retary of ine Company, at his office on thi
Publio Square, in Oallinolfs, Ohio, or if mop
convenient, to Daqiel Will. President of th)
Vinton Oonnty Bank, at MoArthur, Ohio, o
an installment ol five dollars on each "hart
so subscribed, witbin tea dy of Ibis date.
Aagu.t 10, 1871.
G.McA.C. B. R. Co.
dec 9 1871.
Vinegar Bitters art not a Tils Fancy
Wnk, made ol Poor Rom, Whiskey, Proof
Ipirlts snd Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
uid sweetened to please the taste, called
Tonics," "Appctliers," "Restorers," 4c.
bat lend the tippler on to drunkenness and
min, bat are a trvs Medicine, made from the
lative roots and herbs of California, free from
Ul Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood Purifier snd a Life-giving Principle, a
Perfect Renovator snd Invigorator of the Sys
tem, carrying on all polsouous matter and
storing the blood to a healthy condition, en
Iching It, refreshing and invigorating both
Bind and body. They are easy of aduilnlstra
don, prompt in their action, certain In their
xsults, safe and reliable in all forms of disease.
No Person ran take these Bitters ac
iording to directions, and remain loogun well,
irorided their bones are not destroyed by
liineral poison or other means, and the vital
rgana wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
sain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tlghtncac of the
"best. Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tlieStom
ich.BadTaste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks,Pul
pltatlonoftheHeart.lntlaminatlou of the Lungs,
rVin In the regions of Ihe Kid nejs.and a hundred
ther painful svmptoms, are the offsprings of
Dyspepsia. In these complaints It has no equal,
ind una bottle will prove chetter guarantee of
M merits than a lengthy i.ertiseiiient.
For female Complaints, in young or old,
married or snide, t the dawn of womanhood,
r the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
lectded an influence that a marked Improve
ment U soon perceptible.
Far iMnauiinatory and Otironle
Ithenmatlsiu uud Gout, Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion, Bilious, Remittent and luterroittent
Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, KJilneys and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused byVitlatedUlood.whleb
Is generally produced by derangement of th
Digestive organs.
They are a Gentle Purffatlr as well
as a I onic, possessing also Hie peculiar merit
if acting as a powerful agent lu relieving Con
(estion or Inflammation of the Liver aud Vis
ceral Organs and in Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Sciild-llcad, Sore Eyes
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolorntlons ol the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
ind carried out of the system In a short time by
the use of these Hitlers. Ono bottle In such cases
will convince the most incredulous of their cur
tire effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated Dlood whenever
rou Unci its Impurities bursting through the
ikin In rimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it
when you find it obstructed and sluggish In the
veins ; cleanse it when it Is foul ; your feelings
will tell you when. Keep tho blood pure, aud
the hculih of the system will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinedar
Bittkus the most wonderful Invlgoraui that
ever sustained tho sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking
In the jj'gtcm of so many thousands, areeileo
tually destroyed and removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist : There is scarcely on indi
vidual on the lace of the earth whose body is ex
empt from the presence of worms. It Is not up
on the healthy elements of tho body that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vcrinlluges,
no Dnthclmlnltics, will free the system from
worms like these Bitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged
in Ptiluts and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they ad
vance in life, are subject to paralysis of the
Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of
Wai.kkk's Vineuak Bitters twice a week.
Billons, Remittent, and Intermit
tent Fevers, which are so prevalent in tho
valleysofourgreat rivers throughout Ihe United
States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, and many olhers, wilh their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during
the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably nccompnnied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, aud other ub
dominnl viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerful Influence upon theso
various organs, is essentially necessary. Thero
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Du. J.
Walkeu's Vim-oak Bittkus, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which the bowels aro loaded, at tho sume
time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and
generally restoring the healthy functions of the
digestive organs.
scrofula, or Klng'a Evil, White Swell
ings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled neck. Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflamma
tions, Mercurial Airections, Old Sores, Erup
tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. In these
as in all other constitutional Diseases, Walkeu's
VistuAii Bitteks have shown their groat cura
tive powers in tho most obsiiuale aud intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bliters act on all these cases In a similar
manner. By purifying the Blood thev remove
the cause, and by resolving away the ellcctB nf
the inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the
affected parts receive health, and a permanent
cure is errected.
The properties of Dr. Walker's Vinegar
Bittuk are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, yuritioiis. Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Conmer-Irritanl, Uudorific, Alterative,
snd Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
ties of Dk. Walkeh's Vinegar Bitteks are
the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
looming properties protect the humors of the
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in
the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either
from Inflamuiatlon, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Fortify Ihe body ngnlnat disease by
Rurifying all its fluids with Vineoak Bitteks.
o epidemic can take hold of a system thus
Directions. Take of the Bitters on going
to bed at night from a half to one and one-half
rt'ine-glassfull. Eat good nourishing food, such
is beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
ind vegetables, and take out-door exercise,
rhey are composed of purely vegetable ingredients,
and contain no spirit.
ii. h. Mcdon ald & co.,
Druggists nnd Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
ft cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis,, N.V.
Ten years of a pnb
He test bus proven Lu
Crook's Wine of l iir tc
hnve more merit than
any similar prepnrntloti
ever ottered to the pub
lic, it Is rich in tlie
medicinal qualities ol
Tar, nnd iineiiunlcd foi
mjgfit ri diseases of the Tlironl
ifttrji 7255' and lnn;a. pcrrormlnx
JMQl 4"? the MOST HKMAltKAtll.E
vu.v. w .. . ... .
cures all ConjchM uud
Colli. It has cured sc
many c.'iRos of AnIIhiiii
and llroncliltl. Unit ii
has been pronounced s
sped lie for llieso coin-
flat tils. For I'jilns in
I, ft ft HnU fcil.lA ...
hivilMiA Hack. Gravel or Kill
TfTfW ncy Disease, Dlst-iu.
Of the Urinary Organs. Jaundice, oi
any Liver Complaint It litis uo equal
It la also superior Ton r,
ltestorra the Appetite.
Strengthen the N.vslom.
Beatorea the Weak anil D billlnlrd.
Causes Ihe t'ooil to IliBest.
Bemoves Dyspepslii and IndiireNtion.
Prevents Malarious Fevers.
Gives (one to your ayslcui.
That Pale, Yellow, Sictly-looklcff Sklz
In changed to one of freshness and health
Those Diseases of the Nkln, Pimples
Pastilles, Blotches anil F.rnptlons an
removed. SerofnlBrrofiilons Diseases
f the Eyes, Wh te Nwelllnar, Ulcers
Old Sores or any kind of Humor rapid Ij
dwindle and disappear tinder Its Influence
In fact It will do you more good, and ctiri
you more speedily than any and all othei
preparations combined. Whstisitt It la na
ture's own restorer I A soluble oxyd of Irot
combined with the medicinal properties o
Poke Boot divested of all disagreeable quitl
Ulea It wlllcure any Chronleor I.ona;
standing; Disease whose real or (Urea
eause Is bad blood. Rhenmatlsin.Pnlnt
In Limb or Bones, Constllntlons bro
ken down by Mercurial or other poisons
ire all cured by It. For Syphilis, or Byph
lliflo ta'nt, there Is nothing eonnl to It
A trial will prove It. ARK FOR DR
Da. BowR8, Dentist, McArj
thur, 0.
A New Discovery.
Mr. J. W. Saunders, ol'Saun
dersville, Gallia county, hao
been experimenting wilh hors
es having the bolts, aud bas
made eome discoveries. He
writes to the Uallipolis Jour
nal :
'On the 15th ull. a horse o(
Mr. John II. Bannders was se
verely attacked vitli tho bolts,
and, notwithstanding the best
uf medical treatment, died the
next morning. The horse was
dissected, and Ihe pestiferous
insects removed. We placed
nine of them in a bottle, and
poured turpentine upon them
in the morning. They remained
in this state fourteen hours,
and at the end ot that time
were alive and active. There
lore I ask the question: -What
is ihe use of torcing a similar
medicine into the stomach ol
horses, when the insect will
live Irorn 6ix to twenty-four
hours in pure turpentine, or in
alcohol which is 9S per cent,
proof?' You can plainly see
that feeding sick horses wilh
precipitate or turpentine, is
useless, as the insect is prool
against them or against alco
hoi. The question then arises:
"What must we do with a horse
having the botls? Experience
teaches me to abstain from
drr-nching horses with poison
ois druirs or acids, from the
fact that there is no medicine
that will destroy the terrible
insect, but will as quickly de
stroy the horse. If any one
wishes to know how long these
insects lived after the dateol
thi3 experiment, he can know
by addressing '.he wriler."
About Advertising.
Will it pa? With the great
share ol liberal and progres
sive men, who are enterprising
and thrifty in their business,
this query has been settled in
ihe most practical way. They
advertise and get rich by ii;
but there is a right aud a
wrong way to advertise. If a
man is to advertise in a paper
he wants to know several
things: Is the piper read? Ii
is muttrial what class of peo
pie read a paper as well as
how many. Many a man who
wunts to advertise fails lo see
this point clearly, and, there
fo.'o misapprehends the eco
nomical or profitable aspects
of the case. It a man says (o
a dry goods dealer, "What do
you ask lor broad-cloth?" and
ihe answer is six dollars, Ihe
inquirer proves nothing bv
6ayiig ''It i3 too much; I can
buy cloth for four and a hall
dollars." What is the quality?
That is the lest.
According to a Minnesota
piper, freezing to death h
rather pleasant than otherwise
It says "The bitter cold doe?
not chill and shake a pert on, as
in damper climates. It stealth
ily creeps within all defenses,
and nips at the bone with
out warning. Riding along
with busy thoughts, a quiet
pleasurable drowsinesj takes
possession of the body and
mind, the senses grew indis
tinct, the thoughts wander,
weird fancies come trooping
about with fantastic forms, the
memory fails, aod, in a confus
ed dream of wife and home, the
houI steps out into oblivion
"without ka pang of regret.''
That "wheat belt" is indeed a
land of multitudinous delight.
It will be remembered that
the City Council, last fall,
passed an ordinance forbidding
the use of spring scales by
butchers. This ordinance took
effect on the 1st of November,
last. On yesterday the Market
Master had warrants issued for
the arrest of several butchers
who are charged with a viola
tion of the law. Portsmouth
The public Und3 in the Unit
ed States not yet surveyed
amount to 1,251,633 acres, and
the Surveyor General will
commence new surveys in
nearly all the Territories
early in July, at which lime
the appropriations for that pur
pose become available.
Tub only leathers in the
Lava Beds are those worn by
the Modocs.
A beautiful yuung girl was
married in San Francisco last
week, and at the conclusion of
the marriage ceremony she
turned to her husband and
said, "(Jeorge, kiss me, I am
dying" The husband com
plied with the request, and at
that moment the young bride
ieli dead to the floor.
Holloway's Pill mid Ointment
While cancerous, sciofulous
eruptive diseases are being
eradicated by t lie powerful ac
tion of the ointment, the pills
will be found useful in carrying
off inward impurities. Sold 78
Maiden Lane, N.Y. Price 25 eta.
per box or pot. Ask for ne
style; the old is counterfeited.
The following recipes, which
we lake from an exchange, may
prove valuable to some of our
readers. A trial will do no
harm :
A tea made of chestnut
leaves, drank in the place of
water, will cure the most obsti
nate case of dropsy in a few
A tea made of ripe or diied
whortelberries and drank in
the place of water is a sure nnd
ppeedy cure for scrofulous diffl
culiy, however bad.
A tea made of peach leaves
is a sure cure for a kidney diffi
culty. A plaster made of fresh
slacked lime and fresh lar Is
sure to cure cancer, which,
with its roots, Will soon come
Throat and Lungs.
At this season of the year,
when coughs and colds an'
tro'iblesome, every family
should have a safe and certain
remedy at hand. Dr. Iiansom'e
Hive Syrup and Tolu, or Honey
Syrup, is the very thing. It i
not only pleasant for children
to take, but is a certain cure
for croup, whooping cough,
bronclntis, asthma, coughs, and
all affections of the throat and
lungs. Sold by all druggists.
I'rice 35 cent3 per bottle.
If you are going on ihe wa
ter? Take along a bottle ol
Dr. Miller's Magnetic dim. li
ill keep off the chills, preven'
and cure sea sickness, and
make you comfortable. Only
25 cts. per. bottle. iee adver
tisemtni in this paper.
Wilhoft's Tonic and Cure for
Fever and Ague, Chills, &c.
This greut medicine is the re
mil of long years of toil and
research in a malarial district,
where every form of miasmut
ic fever prt vails. Its grand
success in tne cure of chills,
hyperlrophical f pleen, hepatis,
congestive chills, and periodic
neuralgia and sun pain?, has
caused a grateful petple to
style it the great remedy of the
age, the Omne Bonum which a
protecting Providence has sent
to the whole nation as the
grandest, greatest, happiest dis
covery of modern limes.
No poison, no arsenic, no
mercury, no quinine; no bloat
ed face or glaring eyes, no
bursting head or breaking
back, no weak knees or paraly
sis agitans from its us I It is
safe, invigorating and leaves
the patient renewed in mind
and body, and sound as p dol
lar. It wipes out all sallow
ness and gives a blooming
complexion 'n the place ol that
sickly dirt eating color peculi
to chills and spleno hepatic
It makes the man strong,
and restores the faded beauty
to the leucocythemic lady, and
restores ihe child with enlarg
ed spleen tons pristine elas
ticity and symmetry ol form.
Advertising reminds people of
things they had been wanting all
along, but had forgotten all about.
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicuthe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as large as life from the tiniest
li-cket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious,
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
etyles in oil, water r-nlo crayon pft8.
tel or iult, at rules to suit all circum
etancce. ' , ' '
I In
s s
If You
Want a situation.
AVnnt a servant jr irl,
Want to sll n piano,
Wunttn sell a ciirilujre,
Wnnttobny orsellnfarm.
Want a boarilinjf place.
Want to eU town property,
Want to sell jfrocerlesor dnis.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry gooils or carpet.
Want to llucJ customers tor anything,
Advertising will gain now customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising libenlly always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising bejrets confluence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising rliowspluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Evert merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has lecume
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
JVo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his slock turned info
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this thai if il was
good for him in adversity, h
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Home uiercliunt8 say it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rent)
advertisements; yet every merchant in
tliis county will read tliis advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will pmli
by its suggestion, if he has anything t
i. O'er w. rtli advertising. How much
mure then will those rend them who
are not so largely supplied w th rend
ing matter, nr at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper foi
their local news, the most in purtnm
item i f which is where they can lin.l
just what they want when they come to
town to nutkn their purchases, ll'yotii
stock is so old, rusty, dusly and out nl
style that it is worthless, or if it if run
down so thut you have nothing left thru
people would w.nt, it is not wmtli
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and spnrkling, up to the
times, nnd such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish tit tin
world thut you have tln-m, ard wain
to sell thotu at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle dny dues duty beyond that da
and its effect continues in a greatei
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's name a per
intnent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in tha mins of men unti
it becomes more valuable than un
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, adnir or a child,
or if you desire people not to trux
your wife, you rush ti. your local pa
per, knowing that every one will rent!
the advertisement But you will plnti
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you ore los
ing by not advertising itBtporler
If those persons who profess to bu
Iieve that newspaper advertisement
are not real by the publ o wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
civo publicity to sumo matter thev
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of h
country pnper, and see whnt notoriety
they would soon attain. AilvertUer't
Auvkrtibino is apt to give us tha'
(rentle jogol conscience which tells u
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wift
a new dress ns soon as the hay was in
I'erhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fust plate. Who will say that adver
tising will notyetoivilize the world!
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
any thins.' new, or any thins; that they
want. To see if the season's style.
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy ctiriosty. Because they
have read all the stories, mnrriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio State Journal
Thb power of priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advhjtage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capaoity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
uigiu ana printed. But there is some,
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influence. Bust
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a ptrsevering use of
th." printing presses. Learo to adver
Use, and then the "how, when and
where" ot it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having.
r B,,, '
- r - f boots 'ana ,
Shoes of I. W: ;
WIIX1N. at ;
fj ' ZZr-k Hamden.wao !
T4f"2TVl manufactures ;
VC"VJrr l an I deals SI-
Y'iyCSt clii.ively in J
Vyrif ,0 W loose arti'itjb "i
J!ZlSjM lention given
e tl'S W. tt
rrT? A Till'
.4. IViXU
It the only Known Remedy for Drhzht's Dis.
eaio and tins cured every cuse of Diabetes lit
which It bus been piven, Irritation of the Ncclt
of the Bladder and Inflammation of the Kidneys,
Ulceration of tho Kidneys and Bladder, Helen
tiou nf Urine, Diseases of tho Prostate tlland,
Stone in tho Bladder, Uravel. Brick Dust Deposit,
ami Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for En
feebled nnd PelicateConstitutionsof both hexes,
attended with Ihe following symptoms: Loss
of Power, Livs of Memory, filflfciilty of Breath
lnt Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain in tho
Back, Flushinguf the Italy, Eruption on thoFsco,
Pallid Countenance, Lassitude of tho System, etc.
I'scd by persons in the decline or chsnre ef
life; aflcr conllucmeut or lubor paint, bed-wetting
In children, etc.
in many affections peculiar lo Indies, tho Ex
tract Buehu Is uncuiialed by any other remedy .
As In Chlorosis or Ketcntion, Irregularity, l'uin.
fulness orSupnrcsslon of Cuntomnry Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schlrrui Unto of tho Uterus, Leu
corrhcea or Whites, Sterility, and fur all com.
plaints Incident to Ihj sex. It Is prescribed
extensively by the mont eminent Physicians and
Miilwlvcs for enfeebled nnd dclicalo constitu
tions of both sexes and all ages.
Vitrei VUtaiei AtUInt from Imprudtncu,
n bin of VMp'ttion, Ek.. In all their stages, at
little expense, tittle or no change In diet, no in
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and gives strength to urinate.
tUreby removing OWtructions, Prevent snr and
Curing Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying Fain
and Inflammation, so frequent in this class of dis
cuses, and all poisonous matter.
H.OO per bottlo or fix bottles for 15.00, delivered
to any address, secure frnm observation. Sold by
druggists oiervwherc. Prepared by
KE tt.NEY ft f'O., 1U4 Duane St.K Y.
to whom all letters t ' "Uurmutiou should bu
Ho Charge for Advice and Consultation.
Dr. J. 11 nutl.GnivsutJ$onildinil
ColtHie, Philadelphia, author of hcveral vuluubla
works. can ho consulted on nil diseases of Iho
Sexuui ur Urinnry Orpins, (which lu linn niutln
an especial sludv), cither in inalu i r female, n
matter frnm whut cause originating, t:r i f how
long standing. A prartico of 80 years enables
him to Ircut discuses with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonable. Those, at u dis
tance, can f,irard letter describing Symplon's,
audcuciO'ingMiinip m prepay postage. Q
bend fur (no tinitletn tim lit. Price If emu.
i. Ii, DYOlT, M. II., Physician and Surgeon,
lWDiU.uoat.,e.Y York.
Dr. Cox's Illvn (rrnup) Syrup nss
been known and used by the medical profession '
over 100 years, and as a remedy for Colds snd
Coughs has an older and better reputation than
any other Cough medicine ever oB'ercd to the
Subtle. It is known as the Compound Symp of
quills, and a formula may bo found la every
mcdicul dispensatory.
Dr. Hansom's ITIve Syrop and
Tolu, in addition to the ingredients for Cox's
Hive Symp. contains Balsam of Tola, decoction of
BkunkCabbago Root and Lobelia, a combination
that must commend it to every one as a snperiof
remedy for Croup, Whooping Cough.
Asthma, Bronchitis, toughs aud
Colds, iudeed for all affections of the Throat
aud Lungs where a Couch Medicine is necessary.
This Syrup is Carefully Prepared
nnder the personal direction of a regular Physi
cian of over twenty years' practice, whose signa
ture Is attached to the directions on the hottie.
Its taste la very pleasaut and children
like it
Every family should keep It is a read
remedy for Croup, Colds, etc., among tha
D. IUkiom, Bom & Co., Propr's. Buffalo, N. T.
IVFLTJENUE, Neuralgia aud all pain, and Is
therefore yery properly termed "Magnetic,
Balm." It Is purely a vegetable preparation. It
bas no eqnal as a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery Co Ic and all Bowel Complaints.
.Its tlmel J use will cure Colds, roap. Slpa.
therla. Quinsy, and alUbroataflections.
Wh. n proporlr used. Fever and Ague,
and other complaints Incident to onrwestera and
southern climates, are easily broken op.
Nervous Pain, rlck-Headache, and Bhen
jnatism are cured by this medicine when all other
have failed. Toothache. Eanche, Burns. ChU,
blslns and Bruises are relieved at once by Its use.
The rennlne has D. Ransom ftCo.'SJ
?riS,K,)fev,emle 8,,Pon the outside, and Dr.
J. R. Miller's Magnetic Balm blown In the bottle.
Examine closely, and, bar none bat the gen
uine. .
kowi by Prict cents per
D. EiHsoit. 8oh & Co., Propr'. Buffalo. IT. T.
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Expbsiencb will teaon any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
who advertiss in newspapers-
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