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TUUKSDAY. U12C.23. 187?.
Pa and after Bundiy, rv. t, 1HT J, lrn
Will run u follows: N . m 4, nail (
to daily; all other tram daily, buaiayset
astptad. OOIXO CAST.
No. I. No . Vn..
Stations. Mail. Cm K l I. Ki
Ciodinau n 10 aosm 'ii.ii
ChillK-oih.. II uvra t Mpm I S'sm
ftiehltnd Fur.-.. It nepin t SJiim I alain
rtsindeo ... U itpta ( Mpm m
McAit!.......l J W.tn It 4'ipm t Mam
Vimuo ipm Snn I 07am
tslrskl.... ... 1 tk'pm 4 ftpra a lam
atop Purnao..... I 14pm 4 llpm ilta-n
ruuitari 4 Mpm Kipm 'am
Ko.l. Ne. 4. N..
Station Mail. St-LEi. Cln El
Jararsaeurg .. 7 l"am Iv Wain l 3"prn
pe r uraoa.....lu 'an. I Upm I Warn
BJe.... lo iam 1 SJpm 1 isisin
as'-e i ,,, 10 Usm I Jipm 1 itl.ni
aaataia II Wiim I 41pia 1 4lm
lamMi .11 ttn 1 eopm I ouui
"rcaJacd fur..- II Mam I opra I (n
OhiUicili......W tpin ( iim sosm
locin.H Sapm 7 (Hinm 4 6ni
NA. 1 1ID 4 will .ton ntC. 8. Junetlon.
lovslaad, Umeufleld, Cliillieoihe. IUmien.
Aih.it, aad beotl a Landing only. ISO. .
AMU atop at 0. a e.. Junclioa, Madie
villa Levelaud. Greenfield, thillirolh.. Hum
Ilea atheal andduoii's l.an hog sal;. ISO.
AMDS aid mice all .lop.
Tha lalaski Freight going l leave
Jhillieollie al t '. m.i Ravesille T 14; Huh
tnd Furnace, T 4A; rlamdea, arriva
ajeparl 4 &i Mcarthur, is; Viiitim. lu n
tVdeeki II . Going we at-S.tla.ai. W p 1
Vin(uat M'MHti'ir t SA; Hamden, srrne
9 -depart S v; Richland Furnac, 4 10;
Kaysvill. 4 4i; Chilliiothe. 4 2V
Tne t Asr sTOCK, win. regular pa-seiger
ar attached, leiuea .Ohens at C't'. M ,fi,n
necling aim Hie )'.. V. K K Ii-ine .1 ti. St
Iraki 4 14, Vinlnn 4 IN, McAriliurt 61. Ham
tlfii 4 1, Richland i so, hi licolhe T S.
Traia. an the I'UK I sMul) I it HHtNI'H
Vill leata Hain len al T ift a.m. anil 4Vfi m
arriiin al Purt.moulh at IU a m. ami 4p.
m, Ketiiraingtraini ill laaia Furtminlii al
00 a m, ana it uu p. m , a. rifina; al Bam
4ea at II W a. m. and ft 04 p. m.
Traia.itenaeot a: T.OTalatvt fur all pnlnta aa
t. Utile Miami Kailroad, and at the Indiana?
lie and ia-innili Railroad Juncti n for all
tint. Weal; at Allien', with the Cnlumnti
U. T. R. It., it Parkr.hur. with the B,
. R. It. W. W. PEAHUDT.
General Siipcrintendeol.
IWlLti run a hack from Vilkeeille lo
Hamdenand return etery Moiidajr, W Hni
day. Friday and FaluMay for the ai'i-ommo
alaliea of paaaenttere. making clone "otinJ
Mon with Ihe mail traina on lh MAC. H. K
t will alio parry f xpreaa pai'kaxea eh rP'd
(a ar ftoin poiuUby Ihe Adania Knre Co.
pT lli Vi'WK.I.L
The Simple Secret
Twenty clerks in store,
twenty apprentices in n ship
yard, twenty yoanjf men in a
Tillageall want to get on in
the world, and exrct t 10
One of tbe clerks will become a
partner,"and make a fortune;
ono ol the compositors will own
ft 'newspaper and become an
influential citizen; one of the
young villagers ' will (ret a
handsome farm and lite like a
patriarch but which one is the
lucky individual! Lucky!
Therre Is no luck abont.it. The
thing is almost as certain as the
rule of three. The young fel
low who distances his compet
itors is be who masters his bus
iness, who preserves his integ
rity, who devotes his leisure
to the acquisition of know
ledge, who gainj iriends by de
serving them, and who save
his fpare money. There are
some ways to fortune shorter
11. an this o:d duty highway, but
li e staunch men of the com
n unity, the men wboa:bieve
eomethingreally worth having,
good name and serene old age,
all go in this road.
Emei?5on 6ays "do not hang
a dismal picture on the wall,
and do not deal with sables
and gloom in yonr ccnversa
tion." Beecher follows with
"Away with those fellows who
CO howling through life and
all the while passing (or birds
of paradisp. lie that can not
laugh and be gay should look
well to himself, lie should
fast and pray until hia lace
breaks forth into 1 12 lit." 'lal-
nadge then takes up the strain
with "Some people have an
idea that tbey comfort the af
flicted when thty groan over
them. Don't drive a hearse
through a man's soul. When
yon bind up a broken bone 01
tbe soul, and you want splints,
do not make ihem of cast iron.''
After such counselings and ad
monitions, lay aside your lung
Simohd's, i'hotographer, Chillicothe
girei careful attention to milking cop
fes of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as laree as life from tbe tiniest
locket picture, and made in eerr way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colced in the best
style! io oil, water colors, s.ryon, pas
tel or ma, at rates to suit au circum
I Stances. . . ,
Farm ees slnuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which Ueorgs WV Bronton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent io this and
Jackson county." It is the best
and cheapest gate ever deigtied
far a farm, Costing fifty pcr eiot.
less than tbe old UHbtnoeJ gate,
and is more durable, for it can
. ts . .
HOtfSg. JilSmine It WUeU yOUl
ra in ff Arthur " I
rrwcAriflur. . -i
DiimondB. Watches and Fancy Goods,
flT'l'l.Ti ratpwlfiillf aay 10 the rltiaena of
t Vinton Tn IIimI hehn.lr!rtldeatork
makinnnenf the latit m the Hiala. IHir
Imainea. haa im'rea-.e,l eery Tear opto the
prwent nme and we le-l Ihtnkfiilto !h putt
lie for pat Mora and are iteiern.ined lo keep
a larae look ot etei Ihinir uaiial'jr found in
a flrM-r'ai-e J,.rlry More, andaill keep the
nt'et aiork of fld and ."lid ailfff, tlo Ihe
hrM Plated Uoode.a. luaaaany house in tha
- . . .
We keep all the 4 IT rent hran la of amen
can Wal. ha-t Hnaard. I'niled Htalea, Klain.
W4!tham and Pprinadeld MaBtitartiiree, h,th
ia H3ld and .liter cnea. AUoalaga lioeol
From 9a to Sionon, alo eil.er from tH In
I If. W hate a tete reliaMa rail Jeweled
ilileer Watoh from l loi(.
A full line of all a unite in nnr tine, or made
In order hi eiperirm el anrkmea. Repair
in will rei-rne prompt aliealH a
l l.ae riropia aad aea ua. Ra Iraid.'a to
how gooda. t4nl
Ur. J. ttuiker'd lulitornla
Vinegar Bitters aro a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the native, herbs found on the lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of v.Uich aro extracted
therefrom without the uso of Alcohol.
The question la almost daily askctl,
" What is the causo of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar Bit
xeiwI'' Our answer is that they
rcinovo tho cause of disease, nnd
tlio patient recovers bis health. Ther
are tho great blood purifier and a
life-giving prineiple, a perfect Reno
vator and luvignrntor of the ystom.
Kever licforo iu the hhtorr of tho world
haj a mediciuo been coirpoun!cd pos
sessing the remarkable qualitk't of Vi.f
luAa Bitters in healing the nick of
every disea-te man id heir to. Tbey are
a gentle 1'urgativo a well an a Tonic,
relieving Cutigii-ition or Inflammation of
the Liver aud Visceral Orgaus, in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walk-
r's Vireoar lliTTRRsaro ApHrient, Dia
phoretic, Camiinntive, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diurctie, Sedaf ivr, Connter-Irritaut,
Sudor"- '" -' bilious.
R. tt. Me DONALD & CO.,
Drnjritl.ta & Oen. Airta., San Franclaco. Cnlifnr.
Bin. 4- dir. of Wiwliliiirton andCliarltim St.,N.V.
Hold bf mlX Urngglata sad Dcalcra.
In Zaleski.
'ynr. Ealeaki company, with a view to the
1. defelnament of the meal interrstanf Jaiea
ki, to eerure He pernianpnl pio.perity, aLd io
add lo ite population and wealth, are now
onerinjr to wtuni -eiueia, mwn i ia anu farm
lands at low prtcca. and on liln rnl teriris.
Ft raona ilfaiiin lo eiamine Ihe iiroperiy
snd to rin y cheap houxe. will apply al the
Catnpany'a otfli es lo
lalesrl, Ohio, May la, IHTI. tf
AaamiEimr Tim
American Institute,
Embroidering and Flnting Machines
"It is Inxeninne nnd aill n fit the aantaol
erery rualion in Ihe l,imi.'
Exhibition of 1872.
Jolia E. Gent, Iteo. Hic'y; F A. Barnard,
frra s fcmmuel I. Tilman, CorrerpondlDi;
New York. Noteml er 50, 1S72
Thia simple and Inn niot machine ia a
naefnl as tbe eeaine nirn hme, and ifai he
cominn popular nh ladies, in the lure ot
ex-nte medle aork. its work hems much
more hamliniue. r qiiiriiin mm h lire nme
nnd nut onetenili i srt li e e.xi ne. o la
dy'e toilet if i-omplete aithntit it A machine
with illustrated eip-ular and lull insirnctior.a
sent on receipt of 2 or fiuiehediu silver plate
for 1175.
Address, The MrKee .1fnnnfnctnrln Co.,
broaaws). New ork.
Dr. Garvin's Elixir of Tar.
Ia reeommtnded hy medioal practilionera
and a eperdv cure cusranteed for colds,
couiihs, catsrrh, asthnis. I rom'hitis, apittniK
blood, C"n-iini'tion, and nil pulmonary com
plaints. Kidney d' senses nnd all nftVctionsof
the urinal organs -lerfcctly harnilets trie
iron mineral or nlcohi lie properties pleas
ant to lake and never knosn to fml I'rii e tl
per hoi lie. Full 1'iirinnlurs with memcal tea
timony and ceititicates sent on application.
Address L. K. liTUEACU., 193 seventh At
enne New York. 18-ep
Darts from the Devil;or CupidAbuBed
A Isiok just issued, exiinsing Ihe 1 personals"
that have appeared in Ihe New Yoik News
papers: their histoiy and leson. Ht.vlih vil
liana fully exposed . Adveitisement- from
despera'e me n lo hennl'fnl women: claniea.
tine mi elinirs; how IrustrRted; Ihe history of
ineuoouncn iragpir, me rrmii ol a"'person.
al." Iecription or living Broadway emtues.
Exposes social corruption. snt on recemt
ot fti cents. Addresa Unique l'rinting House,
jo t esey si., n. i. issep
The Iteckwllh 20 FkbsIIt ewin Ma
chine on 30 Days' Trlalt mny s.itsnii;es
over hii. oHiiaitvuon xuiirnniee,!, or JW res
funned. Sent cnmilet with lull direnunna.
He.'kwith Seamg Machine Co , t2 Broadway,
fw I'.ia. IBsef
A moM nmparnni Intention, bold hy The timtia
i rns yo , ivo. dm Droanaay, it. t. t,uy. it
let tins riii ture aheoluttlr in ease and com.
fort night and day, at all times, and under all
cinnmstances, without any exception ahal
ever in any case, sod should ntTer be taken
oft duiing the short time requisite to eflecl a
ptrmaoHOi cure, Kent hy mail. Circulars
iree. aoyaruigisi or pnysician will order,
this new truss far you without extra t Marge.
Which ia adapted to)
All Sewing Machines,
KOTICK psnieulnrly the itai p of H.C.
GHOiiKlCU, Cbicsao, Ills., w,th e nateot
tii nips. . It. C. t.OJIBI II,
Uflii-a and salesroom S06 fctsla at., I h-so,
Ilia,- ,-.. - . . Uauxtl
L W ITB I N it miU of II a M. J
I II K The jiirruconlaioatsjw
IKjny acres cieaien. rair In provw-
kMn.ente.- a o,d csl rank oen.Dd
"r-i"1K- 4 & bealcwU. Koraa cheap.
" .... , .o.jyii
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Eurial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals w"J
hearse when desirCi
Corner of High and Locust StreeW
Dki's E.NrvcLoPEWA or Practical Rk-
caiera au fanrtssis. Continingii,4i2 prne
tical receipts, written in a plain and pnpiilir
marner, am illustrated wilh exnlsnstniT
wood-outs. Heiait a comprehensive Imuk o'f
rterenee lor tha merchnnt, msnuf.iclurer. nr.
tisan, amaleur and housekeeper, including
o'iojiiir, ,'iitirniiic7 ami uonicsiic economy
The scope of this work is entirelv riiH.,nni
from any other hook oi the kind. Ilesioes
neinira complete and almist iiidipens: le
broil of reference for the thousan I snil ono
receipts and articles needed in every house,
hold, farm, garden, etc., it includes ilcar snd
essilv nndsrsiond ilirections for the am, Its
t on of msnr of ih- arts usually acquired only
i.mix rAviirii, ,Hiill sn ilivcsieu 1. 1 te, II-
mchsliiies, or ihe technicil.iie. nl terms used
so Hilly exutained as lo hnuif Ihe enhrr nl,.
J-ct witl.in the coinprehension ofnny person
oi uruiusrj iiiieiiigence, i roinimeiit iiuiong
tne immense mass or suhircln treated of in
the book are the Pillowing:
The Art ol iJyeinic. Herd golt and Tmlri
Honps, Tsnning, Iiislilliition, limlntioii l.ii-
,-i, .. v.r i im - an'i iiiircrs, oiuer.
Brewing, Periirmerr.FlaTurinv Essences, etc.,
I .Osmetics, Hair lives lin I Ws.hrs. l,,n,aH.
Slid Pirfumed till-, Tooih Pnwilers. etc., Hy.
tups, Alcohol and Alooliolmetry, Petioli um
and Kerosene. Wenching snd Cp-nning, Vins
iar, fauces. Catsups and I'ickcis, ki-veipla
ior me oilmen, io r euiove . '-linns, i-pots.ete ,
I'yrolechny nod Kx lesives. Cements, ele ,
Wstprpronrlng, ArlihVi.il, Gems, Inks and
Writing Kliihia, Aniline t.'tlnrs, PuiiHs and
Pigments, I nmtinir and t'aier,hnni!inir. Kui.
-omine and VVr,itcwn-h, Varnis'iing nnd Pol
ish ng. I.uhnea ors, Jupnnning and Lacquer
irg.Hoot snd Harness Hln king, I'liolographr,
'iciiiia situ Aiinvs, i.iiinng, Slivering, etc..
Electrotypiug, Klectre.plaiing, etc, Patent
Tlnlicines, Medical Receipts, Weight and
Measiira. 607 I flees, rcviil octavo, c'nth.
Price IVtio ,.mBr
WCK k FlTZfiERALl .ruHnshcrs, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty,
Bating control of the nmenirW nt oil chros
ran, To semita, we are aMe lo oltera coinhin
stint, of literary and nriistic wor rfftcnuine
worth, snd at prices unprei-eilcnied
1 his rluecopy of a p.ece of Nature's grand
est work, is not presented in the usual linis
ited style, it- rlimensinns, 14x20, making a
jut-mi- oi ,ci j iicMra'.ie silp in iisen.
graced hy il presence.
Hut a re copies of this beautiful I hrnmn
will V allowed lo go lo the rctuil stores, and
those will be soi l nt their
Actanl Retail Price, 60.00,
which if oide'eu in connection with our Mag
name, both will be liirn'shed tor
As a premium the inctuie may be obtained
hy sending us two subscriptions for Ihe Mig
line nt one doilat each, or by snbscrbing lo
Iho .Maxmne tao vesrs in advance, al one
dollar per annum. Ad'lrcss,
Newbutgh,N. Y.
8, E.SHiTES, Publisher.
The Most Desirable Bes-
deuce in UcArthur.
I OFFER for iae my residence on North
street. It consists of a splendid dwelling
house, well mushed, inside and out, with
eight rooms and a good cellnr. A gooa oBiee
building, stable, wood nnd coal houneandntli.
er nece-ary out buildings. 'i,e premises
contain iyt acres, including I acre ofvineiard,
all thrifty oearing vines; there are also thirty
bearing ant le trees best Taristt of orn...
fruit, twenly-flva bearing peach treea-tiest
budded fruit, cherries, quinces, plums, and a
variety of sm.il! Iruit Korturthtr pmticulars
re at the oftice of this paper, or at the
premises. Terms easy.
8.8. IKJLLISO.t.
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seeds
Hnrsery Stock! Frait&Flower Platee
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
WO aeres; ilst year; 12 greenhouses. 4 eat
aiogues, -til conte. 31jul2m
STOcAnd fJa" Seadfnewffor
'sale at ter? low price. Call on
B.C. JONES Aitoroey.
Notice to Hunters.
TJTOTlCETt hereby given that all persona
11 aia lorbiddeo lo hunt or shoot on tha
premises oi tne tinrtersigned. All not need
ing IDU notice will ba orosecoted.
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bath tnek. Will not scratch-
H A P O Tj T O
is latter than soap and sand for pali-bing tin
ware. hiighliB- aiilmut seiairhn .
S A P O L, J O
polishes bra, and copper utensili batter than
acid or oil a: d rnttea alone.
S A P O la 1 O
for washing dishes aad ulaasaara ia invaluable
a a p o ia i o
removes slams front muni manilea. tables
and statuary, fram hrd am. bad walls, aad
from ehioa and pon-tlam.
H P O L. I
removes staia .ad treat ft res'.
other woven nihnce.
There Is oae article kaavsa that will
da a wiany kinds af wark aad da It aa
well aa. Ha alio. Try It.
a new and wonderfully effective
toilet soap, having no ej-ul in
thw country or abroad.
as an artielaforthehath'reach
ea for the fouadatioa" of all dirt,
opens the porea aad givea a
healthy ardion and brilliant tint
to tbe skin.
cleanse :,d beautites the skin.
instantly removing any stain er
biemisn from botn naada and
ia without rival ia tha world
lor curing ar preventing rough
ness and chapping of eithar
nanoa or iaca
removes lar. pitch. Iron or Ink
stains and greaaw; tor workers
In machine shoos, mines. e.. s
Invaluable. For nakiag Mm ak ia
whita sod soft, at d giving to it
, . om ot beauty," it is ua-
rpa awed by any osmetic
costs Id to la cents par cake, a a
4 ' averyfsidy should bay ll- lea
VU1 like lis
uMitrovrntaiani i3'rrv tr
Dartlenlara tFUV.W a u u ...
or businett man who has become
prominently rich, hag made his
fortune by judicious advert tnny
So 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 stock turned into
mor,ey so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, h
could make it still belter in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
S ime merchants e:iy it is not worth
while to advertise; for mi person reads
advertisements'; vet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, nnd if he is wise he will profit
liv iu suggestion, if he has anything to
offer W'.rth ndvertiainx How much
me re then will those reitd them who
are not so lurgely supplied w th rend
ing mutter, nre at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend un their paper Tor
their local news, the must itr portnnt
item f whiuh is where thev can find
just whnt thev want when they come tn
town to make their purchases. Ilyoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty ttnd nut ol
style that it is worthless, or if it it run
d iwn si that you have nothing left thai
penple would w.nt, it is not worth
while fur you lo advertise, liut if it is
new. fresh nnd sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
il hi t hide them, but publish to the
world (h it you have them, and want
to bell thoiu at a fuir price.
An ndvertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day.
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine, in the
end it will make a man's name a per
iwtnent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Ir yon lose a watch, a dog or ft child.
or if yoo desire people nut to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, mowing mat every one will rem;
:he advertisement But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating buw tnujh you nre los
ing by not advertising llfjorter.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the public wish to be
convinced of their ernr, jusl let them
cive publicity to so mo matter they
would nut care to divulge to the world.
even in the most obscure corner of
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiter't
AovKBTisiso is apt to give ns that
ircntl" jngol conscience which tells us
that we wdnt a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a sew dress as soon as tbe hay was in
remaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lav
the paper upon her husband's break
f... I . ll'L- fit ., .
mm (ii.ii e. rv no win say mat adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
YVnr do nennle rend ad
To see who is enterprising and to lenrn
what is going on. To see if there is
sny.hing new, or anything that they
want. To see if tha apnann'a iiil..
have come in, and to 6nd out who has
them, lo know it any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement
To satisfy curiosty. Hecause thev
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents
Because they want to. Bceaaee they
can't help it. OA to Slate Journal
Thb power of print Is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advhJtage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives en importance to advert'sing. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as thev
might the capacity to Influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter, spoken words reauire the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade awav in
to nothingness if not caught in their
fliifht and printed Bat there is some
thing in the silent language, the eiiet
assertion and tha sense of permanence
about printed matter whicb gives it
marvelous force and influernee. Busi
neaa men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what mav be
accomplished by a persevering nse of
At ' . T . 1
mo priming p res sea. Liearo to aaver
tise, and then the "bow, when and
where" ol it, and yoo will have
knowledge worth oaring. ' '
parnphlefbrstanp. Vnisnti
If Y o ff
Want a situation.
Vnnt aservnnt girt,
TYnnt to sell a pinno,
Tfitiit to aell a rnrrtnife,
Tfmit to buy or sell a farm.
Want a boiircllhjr place,
Wnnt to eel) town property,
Want to (tell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture,
Wnt to sell dry goods or carets.
Want to find customers for anything.
Advertising will jrIn now customer
AdvertMng w III keep old customers.
Advertising liberally bIwhjs puj s,
AdvortlMliif; inttkes success easy,
Adverti-lns bejjets confldeiicc,
Advertising shows energy,
A2vet tiding shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertfso er "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Every merchant, manufacturer
SS5U to TuaVoasT br
ion prevented nd "" ercarlal tno Miner,
enr. Sal?! 'hSTm .Scald Head, Ring Worm. Tim
c5l Kmnltonaof the Hkln, tlcera. Sores, sni
healthy action to tha Liver and Spleen, wUl rag
kiste the Bowela and Kioneyn. , . , i
Prom two to nix boltlea will be fonjd
efffuTl i curing Netualgia, Bidt-Headache, St,
Vllus1 Dance, and Epilepsy. , ...
From At lo twelre bottieawUleare
he worst cases of Scrofula. , ,
From three to twelre Wu
rare severe and obstinate cases of t a rrh- ...
a?rom two lo four bottle will enra the
From two lo ten Itottle win cora
3S WoU., or bottle, for H
D. BA5S0M, SOS fc CO., Prepr's,
ptetUmoaUUlaloctJcolomn. Btfflj N. T.
t y remwlywtn v
&T.Holmbold "Sm
H the only Kinwn Itcmi-dy for Brluht'a Dls
aae and liaa r'irod every case of IMabule la
which It Ins bccti given, Irrltutlnuof tlioNexkt
of the lllsddcr and Inflammation of the Rldneya,
TJlceratlon of tli Kidney and Bladder, Reten
tion of Trine, Diseases of tha Prostata Gland,
Btone In tlic Uladilcr, (Iravcl, Brick Dust Dvpssx.
and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for In-fei-lilt'd
and DclicaioConstitutlonaof botk eao,
atti-nded with the following symptoms: Lose
of Tower, I.nsa of M cmory, Dintculty of Breath
lug, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, P.in wt the
Bsik, Fliishingof Ihe Bnilv, Eruption o Uie ns,
Pullid Ciinnten ince, .assltudonf the System, are.
l ard by persons in the decline or thante of
life; after confluemeut or labor yalne, beu-wsl-ting
in children, etc.
In many aftVctions peculiar to ladles, the Is
trart Bui hit Is nneqnaled hy any olber remndy
As In fhlnnisls or Hetenilon, Irregularity. Fsin
f uluessnrSiipiircsslon of Customary Kvacuallous,
Ulcerated or Hcliirrus stale of tha Uleros, Laa-eorrha-a
or Wliilcs, Pturility, and for aU con'
plaints Incident tn llu sex. It Is prearribed
tcnslroly by the most eminent Pbvslcians and
Midvrives for enfeebled and dellcatu conitlta
tloul of both sexes and all ojjci. rv
i"ur Di-ifata AiUinif frm Imprudm,
II bin of Diminution, I'd., In all their stages, al
little expense, little or vo change In diet, no In
convenience, and no exposure. It ciiiki a fra
queut desire, and vives strength to arinstf,
Uicrehy renmving Obstructions, Jreveiifs,g and
Curing Strictures of tho Urethra. Allaying Paid
and luflamniatlnn, so frequent in this claaa of din
easel, and expelling all poisonous matter.
11.00 per bottle or six bottle for 9 .00, delivered!
to any address, sreure from observation. Hold tif
drui'glstaevervwhi're. Prepared by
KEARNEY t'O., 104 Duane St. N. T.
to whom all letters 'vformatiou should bo
Ho Cbargi for Advice and CuntqJtaticn.
fr. J. B Iyutl. Oraduateof J ferron M'dlent
Cott'iji, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
worlt. cm be cousulted n all diseases of Ihif
sitxiiid iir Urinary Organs, (vthkli h has niadd
au espeiiiil study), either In tualu or female, no
matter frnui what causa ori'.'inaiing, or of now
long standing. A practlca of SI) years enable,
him to trrut disemc with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charirrs reasnnalile. Tliose at a difr
tance ran forward letter describing symptoms,
and cnclosli.s slamp to prepay pnstugc. .
bend lor tne Unula in lim:ih. I'riee 10 ecnls,
i. B. DiuTT. M. 1., I'bysielau and Surgeon,
fJTn aji a erft'l rd'wcisMUrt.ik
j - I imarry .o lh pbj.kloilest
1151 1 fl Q- I aijilrlMadFtUll,i
ib Miasl tytum, vlih lha
Islstt llM.vrie. Is preesclag ass srst.aUag satfrl.f.
k. U prtMrvt 1st oa.plritoa, ...
VSU1. ss tDlcrtui.e .rk sflw. kaslra. aslititr
fssca, s-llk saaicreut .s(rsvlsf ., sa4 sosuls. vslsi.la
faroravtlloa fwr tboM whs sr.jarrtos,.rS0lfalaui.
rl.rt SlUllll.a IbsluiblMb. IfpluaasllMl
asa kv,, sal aotl.ld c.r.laily ab.il lb. lout..
Ilsostsln. lb. .ipsrlcses asd vlc.rs phviktiaj
hMt rsp.ultoa I. voria-sld., asl .h.sld St ta th. rt
vtu Arswvr of . very si.l. sod Icaislf thr..ffbNt th. ..lira
gl4bt. It. nbrseci.vvrviblss b lb. .Nbjttt.r lb. ca
.r.tlfe.v.UBi ib.l I. worth kaewlsf, sa Bscb thkl Lf
asl publiabcd la sar thr .rk.
Sbim sn, ... IfrM.r seaugt) farPIRy Cvat.
addrtaallr. bam IHapauau;,.. las.IlghlhrlM.
It. UU, M..
Notice ta tha HZlt'.tl and Vnfbrtauts,
Rnbllfl ptri,r tjalDf anj tjuttck rtattlits ptrsis Dr
wtts' wrk m mttter bi your 4lMtM Is, r k dplr
.betytur cobdiitoi
Br. Bits eupin t 4oiklt htns r twmtr-fvf
Tm ; I I Bdorsrtl bj sons f tbt mo tt Ubrttti Bedl
Ml-rrttMrisf iklsMisitrv nl Kurop. u4 (.
lied prsBavly r by mbII, tbs )itMS sstnUa4 m
Btf works. UtOM U prlrstH. It H. ti(blb Mm,
tHtWMB MiUs b4 CbSMil, Bk. UtOa.
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis. Me Art har
& Columbus Kailroad Co.
AM, parties having snbsonl-ed tothe ear
ital stock ol lha 6.. Mca. C. R. R. aro
hereby reqiii.ed to make payment to IheSeo
retaryofihe Company, at bis office on ther
Public Square, in Uiillinnlia, Ohio, oi if moro
convenient, lo I'aniel Will, President of th.
Vinton ( onnly Bank, ar Nearthtir, Ohio, of
an installment ol Ave dollars on each sharer
so subscribed, within lea days of Ibis data.
AUEUIl iu, mil.
WM. "HOBRR, Bee'y
dee IS71.
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