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TtrUKHIMY. FIJI. 12. 1874
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Oitml after Sunday, Nov. 1. 1873, train
ill run m Ni 3,a 4, S and 6
ruo daily; ill other trams daily, MunJays ex-eeplod.
No. I. No 3. 'No.S.
Ftationa. Hail. Cm. Ex 81. 1,. Ex
Ctoi-lnniil..... 6 jaim 10 SOarn im
Chlllleotha II Ofrim. I Hi
ftiahland furM 06 pm 3 Upra
rlauideo. li 3 iipm
HcATnea...........U S9pm 3 toprn
Viaton ..U Supra 3 4 .pin
EaUki. .......... 1 oopm I (Minn
How V'uraace.... 1 Hp in 4 1 1 pro
iarMttuig...M- 4 lipin T cupm
1 37am
S Slam
t oOkiii
3 uTmii
3 1 n
3 24am
V .Warn
No.x. No. 4.
Stations: Mail. Ptl.Ex.
No. 8.
-Farkisrsrarg ...... T lUiim 10 noaro 1" 3opm
tin Kyra:tL'-...10 3"m I 14pm 1 Nam
Ejti....,k..10 4Jhih 1 2.1pm
fioloo 10 Mm 1 s-iptn
McAstmvs II Warn 1 41pm
Hamdea .........11 lfwm I Wem
Vtchlaed Fur... 11 Umn t Mpra
ChiHicthe.....lx 4pm 3 lOpm
, Ciueiaaali ... ... 85pm 7 oupm
1 2.1X111
1 32 llll
1 tlsm
1 6kiiii
1 Ooam
6 6:1am
MO. 3 AND 4 will 'top at C. S. Junction,
Lnveland, lireeufleld, Chillicoihe, Hamoen.
Atheus, and bcotl a Lnnding only. NOS. 6
AMI U w.ll atop at C. A t-. Junction, Madiaoa.
ti lie Loveland.Oreentleltl.rhillirothe. Hum
' den Athenl an ISooit's Lnn Hug only. NOS.
J AND 9 till mime all stops-
The Zaleski Kreight going east leaves
rhillieolheat J Sua. in.; Hnvnvilla 7 15; Hich
land Furnace, 7 ft; Htunden, arriva a A
depart 3 4J; McArthur, 11 1ft; Vinton, 1 M;
fcifeski 11 V Uoiug west-Z.leKi, 3 0 p.m t
Viutoo 1 , McAithor 3 S.i; llnmden, arrive
1 30 d .ptrt 3 Si; Riuhlaud Furnace, 4 lu;
rtayville, 4 46; Chillieothe, 11 '.'.".
Tne t'ASI' STOCK, with regular p' senger
car attached, leaves Athens al I'lSP. M .con.
Becliug im tha .4. V. K. K., Hp 3 ti, Z i
Iraki 4 l4, Vinton 4 liK, Mi-Arlhurt 64. Mam.
slenA IS. tticlilsnd 6 M. Ihlllicot ie 7 AO,
will leave llnmdon at 7 2' a.m. and 3 Mp m
arrivinii at Portsmouth at 10 20 a m.aml 0 45u
m. Relurniiigtrniin ill leave Portsmouth at
t 00 a. m, ana 3 oo p. m., arriving ul Hum
sen at U 00 a. m. aud 6 US p. m.
Trains connect a: I.ovelm l ftr all polnta nn
lie Little Miami rMilroad.and.itlhe Imllanap
alia ami Cincinnati Rnilrond Juncti n fnr at
iiJuia Wont; al Athena, with the Coliiniliii"
H. V. R. K.,il r.irK.tr-l.urK, with tha U. 4
, K. K, W. W. rEAHUUY,
General Superintendent
IWILL run a hvk from Wilkeille"lo
Haimlenand return every Mm day, Wedne
day, Friday and Milur.luy iov me ktoiihuu
Nation of uassengera. making eloe conne
tiun witii tha mail traina on the M. AC. K. K
1 will also uarry exprexa package ahipped
ro or iroin uoiuuur if nna" aArrT. Vw.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Andrew Crow to David Shive
ly. 78 acres, Jackson townsLip
John Shively to David Shive
ly, 40 acres, Jackson tp., 125
S. C. Stevens to Joseph Tur
aer, 40 acres, Eiglo tp., 45200.
Jesse Francis to Board of Ed
ncation, Eagle tp., 42 pole?, Ea
gle tp., 10.
Mary Stock et al to same 85
rods, Eagle tp., 10 cts.
G. M. Wilson to Win. &J. Wil
ton, 40 acres, Madison township,
. fl.OOO.
Win. Stevens to Wm. Clark,
quit claim, $ acre, Harrison tp.,
Phillip Snider to Silas Smith,
60 acres, Jackson tp., 800.
P. B. lngats et al to Joseph
Oaks, quit claim to 40 acres an.l
warranty deed for 40 acres, Har
rison tp., 300.
Thomas Ankrom to II. II.
Campbell, 40 acres, Jackson tp.,
L. S. Paine to A. M. F. WiU
cox, in lot 119, Ilamden, 140.
Wm. Pixon to Sarah Ray, quit
claim, 1G0 acres, Harrison tp.,
J. L. Bi'ey to Eliza Bran
tjenburgh, 40 acres, Brown tp.,
Olivia C. Atkinson to Ashtord
Poston, 303 acres, .Brown tp.,
Stephen McNaraera to Zaleski,
Company, 5 52-100 acres, Madi
ion tp., 700.
John Haverty to Zaleski Com
pany, 8 CO-100 acres, Madiaon
tp., 989.
Wm. II. Keenan to C. 0. Hawk,
40 acre3, Wilkesville tp., 1,000-
John Keenan to same 160
acres, Wilkesville tp., 3,000.
Barnet Aiken, guardian, &c. to
heirs of John Dunkle, dee'd, quit
elajm to 65 84 of 180 seres, Swan
tp., 2,000.
Cynthia unnkle to heirs of
John Dunkle, dee'd, quit claim
to dower in tame, 1.
Marcus L. Dunkle to same,
quit claim, 180 acres, Swan and
Elk tp.., 1,889.44.
Zaleski Company to Stephen
McNamara, 5 52-100, acres
Madison tp., 700.
Henry HofFhines to JohnFra
ee, 160 acres, Clinton 'tp.,
Two bushels of old Demo
cratic papers fished out ot a
well in an Iowa town, have
enabled the citizens to account
for the wa'er having tasted so
much like lye.
No man is sale these times
A convict at Sing' Sing has
bad notice ot a breach of prom
J8e suit erved ou hi in.
AaTarxiMaBauUenal at fair prlcat '
C. F. ')UFEU,
-IMi'tiPI'KR OK-
Diamonds. Watches and Facer Goods.
ITTOULIi re'peoinillr a to the rltixena of
1 1 vmionin inai ne nan t-nirrypu imbhiwh
niakiDX one of the laiivnt in Oie tjlala. unr
hoiinei haa im-ifaeri every year up 10 the
nresent lime and e leel tlmnkfiil to tlieiiuri
lie for past farm a. and are dtilrrnnned lokeep
a In rye lo. k ol eveit thing UMial'v lound in
a tint-claa l vlry More, and will keep the
finen .lock of (old and anlid ailrer. nUo Ihe
I'l-.it I'laied Uooil,s.lcnj house in the
We .
We keep all tha Jifrrent lirandu of Amen
pin Wau-ha How.rl. I niled Htatra, Kluin.
Waltliam ami Pphiijirirld Maniifn'turra, both
in gold aud tilvtr cuota. Also a large linaol
From 1H In l ino on, al.o eilrer from $12 to
fl'iV. We have a vi'iv rplinMe lull Jeweled
Silver Wati'h from fliitngjo.
A full line of ill gr.ud. lu nur line, or ma)e
toonlerhy ex eni m ed workmen. Repair
mil will receive pronipl attention
1'Kaie drop iu and ace us. Ho Iron'i'e to
how Komla. h 24ml
Dr. J. Walker's California
Vinegar Hitters aro a puroly Veg
etableiiroparatlon, niado chit'fly from
tho native herba fmnul on the lower
ranges of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains, of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without the uso of Jcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What ia tho cause- of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar 1$it
XEiui'' .Our answer is, that tlicy
romovo the cause of disoaao, and
tho putieut recovers his health. They
aro tho great bluod imrilier mid a
lifo-piving princiiilo, perfect Itcno
vator and Iuvitrmntor of tho system.
Never before in tlio hitory of tho world
has ft niedicino lieen compounded pos
sessing tho reinirkalilo qualities i f Vis
EOAR JJittkrs in heuliiiit tho sick of
every disvnso mini is heir to. They nro
a piiiitlo Purpativo ns well m a Touie,
relievinp Conpestion or I n fhunniut ion of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Tho properties of Dn. Walk
er's Vinkiiar ItiTTKitsuro Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Xiitritiojis, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative), Counter- Irritant,
Sndnr" ' -''i-.T'ilious.
n. If. JlrDOWfjD it CO.,
DrnfrglaU It Oen. Agfa., San IVanclseo. Callfor
nia. 4: cor. of Waaliington nndt'liarllonSte.,N.r.
Sold by all UrugglaU d Uealcra.
In Zaleski.
HTIE Zaleald Compnny, with a view to the
M. ili'veUpnu'tit of Ihe meal intiTPHlnof JaJn
ki, to aeeurc Ha permnnent pio-peruv, tic it in
add to its pnpuloion and wealth, are now
ottering to nctuul -mtloiN, to.rn u and farm
lands l low prtui-a. and uu lihi-ml term.
Pirsons deKinni; to ex.nnmn Ihe property
nod to 1 1 1 y cheiip hoUM'd Hill H iiv at tile
Coiiipuiiv'b Ollil-f-4 to
K THilMI'-i)N, Mannger.
Zuleal'i, Ohio, May Is, 1871, If
AUAlll r.PflT THK
American Institute,
TO J. W. MciCEE,
Embroidering and Fluting Machines
"I. ia ingeniuu and will meet Ihe Haiitu ol
every matron in tho land.'
Kx'ulliillon f 1872.
John E. finvit, Kt-e. Ht-o1); F A. Rarnard,
I'reN ; batuuel L. 'J'lliiiuu, Corre.tponding
Von Vork, Novpml er '.'0, If72
Thin almple and nig -iimi k mai-lnne ia a
tiHcrul at, the aewiug iiirictiine, a.vl mThmi he
coming popular with Imliea, in the plaee 01
expulsive ntfdle work, ila work hciug liilirh
more haudaoiue. requiring uuu h lea nine
and not iine-lenth pait ti e expense. Nn Ih
dy'a toilet li- compli'lf uitlinm it A mm hine
with illustrated ein uliir and lull inatruetinne
eenl nn receipt ul 12 or fwn.-hi d iu ailver plate
lor II 75.
Addreca, The iUcKec .llnniifuoturliig Co.,
3ii!i bifaiiuay. New oiK.
Dr. Garvin's Elixir of Tar.
la .UAnim.iiiliul l.v ma.tii.fil n..inl.linrt.N
nnil n auppilv ciiri. imnniiilppri tur idfla.
rougha, cnt irrh, aathma, I roni'hitia, apilting
otonu, eunMimpuon, nnn an piinnnnary coin
plaints. Kidney l-ceiife and all arhciioiia of
the urinal organs lerlecily liarmlet-a tree
fro n mineral or alcohclie prop?rtie pleas
ant to take and never known to fail Fru e SI
perhollle. Full particular" with medical tes
timony and cerlilicaies huh on application.
Ad.lreaa h. F. 11 VDE Cl., Utj seventh Av
enue New York. ISnep
Darts from the Devil;or CupidAbuBed
A hook jilnt ihmihI. expnaing the ' perminnla'
lhai nnve appeare'i in the ew ioik ivewa
patieta: their history and Icai-nn. Stylish vil
Imna fully exposed. Advertiements from
denpera'e men to henuliuil women: clandes
tine uncling-; how Iruslrnted; the history of
theUoodrich Iragedv, the remit ol a "person,
al." IieMTiplicin of living Broadway statues.
Exposes social corruption. t.int on receipt
of so cents. Addresa Unique Printing House,
3d Veaeyst., N. V. 18ep
The neekwlth 20 Family eln 31 a-
cblue on 30 IImjV Triali many auvnnlnges
overall, saln-liclion gitaraiitee-l, or I in re
funricd. Pent complete with full directions.
He'kwilh Sea in l' Machine Co , Wi Brondwav.
New York. 18seP
AVtH It I. VI f. It V foil It I FT IRC,
A moi impmniiul Invention. ftn, hy ''he klastia
'1 rus Co , No. 83 Hroadaiy, N. Y. City. It
ict una rupture al.soluti ly ;n eaa and com.
fort night and day, at all tunes, and under all
cireiinisiam es, without any exception what
ever in any case, and should uevi-r be taken
oft during the short time requisite to cf!c-i a
permanent cure, Kent oy man. circulars
ire. AnydniKgist or ptiyiiriuii Kill oner,
this new truss tar you without exira-harge.
Which is adapted to
All Sewing Machines
NOTtCR rnrticiilsrly the Ftni p of H . C.
iiiMifi('H, t h-i-sgo. Ill- . .ill tii- patent
at.imps. 11.4 I.MLIlKIi,
tjitio,. auri i,aiesruiiji tuue si., i liii agn,
Ills. 2saug4l
job wobz:
Doue Neatly nu1 I'rcntptly,
AT THIS Ot Fits.
People who lake Ibe Times
gel tho vrlli ol tlielr
Money. 1
Tha met popular Immily aewspaper, of
national chaiao'er ami reputation, la about
entering the thntv flrat year of iia .ubhea
lion. To loose who are but personally ae
,iii.iiiiru wiui us iiirrnv, it urru only uv Blliu;
I Is editorials are spirited; ita eorresiondenca
extensive; Ha news varied, anil rrom every
qiiarirr of tne glolie; its agrirultural denaiu
mem full of piactieal informatioo; while ita
eioiit-a, life skelc-hea, and n ocellany ata
adapted to both leung and old; and ita re
ports of the markets, ol live atock, grain, gro
ceries aud dry gnoda, art alwaya tha la leal
and mrit reliabla.
This new organixalic n of lha farmers will
And in tha Tunes a friend to the hjrta
sought to be em-tired by them, and lu ita col
umns the mora important doinga of tba
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read it eight yeais. bend it to 113 Apple
loo atrset l.ovell, Maaa. L. A. Folhom.
W have doubled our list ollasl year. Can't
do without the Time, althaugh I am an old
I lemoemt. 8. C. tin ts, Monirsoma, O.
I do not know ofan? paper thai ia devoted
to all the interests of the human fnmily, as
much aa the Tnnea. 11. T. 'Juaxsui, Hand
Cut, a.
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reason, and that ia your outspoken course
ngiiinst tha salary atealera. W. A. Wish,
I have been a jonstnnt reader of tha Week
ly Times for three years, and I can't do well
without it now. W. P. Maxwiil, Bay Spring,
If ar Old Times: This makes about twenty
l cars that I have taken your excellent paper,
nnd the more I read it the bettei Hike it,
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like the way yon talk in regard to the Con
gressioDnl t'lauds; and I also like your sup
port of the Patrons of Industry J. c. Lios,
Valley Junction, Iowa.
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Bellied with a copy of the
An elegantly printed volume of lMlnoienuflc
and miHcell uieous articles, illualiated with
nearly UK) of tha finest eugravir.ga.. It also
coutamsa diary for tha year 114. In value
iinj aitraclivenesa it is superior to any press
ent ever belore ottt red by neaapnper publish
ers. Evry club agent is compensated for his
services, either with an extra paper, or some
deaimlile premium.
'1'hKMM Single subscriber, per year, t'i 00;
duo of live subscritM-ra, per year, ea. li, I 75;
ulub of ten and upward, per year, each, 1 60,
beud for ilt of preiniuins, eta , to
Ctncinna I, Ohio.
AGENTS wan mi).
Dick's Encyclopedia of Ivkactical Kb-
ciirra sn Phocxssks. Containing!!,?! prnc
ticnl receipts, written in a plain and popuhir
mai'iier, and illustrated with exnlauatorv
ooduis. Being a comprehensive book uf
n lercnce nir u:e merctisni, munui icttirer, or
tisan, amateur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
I'ne scnpii of thia work is entirely dnterenl
from any other book ol Ihe kind. Besiues
iieinva complete and nlnxst indispensible
hrolt of reference fur the thousand nini one
recoi pis nnd articles needed in every houses
hold, farm, garden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily iiiidsrslnod directions for the applies
tion of many of the arts usually acquired only
by long experience, nnd so diveHied of tn.h
iiichnhiies, or ihe tet'linicaldiee ol term used
so I n I ly explained as to bring the entire sub
ject within Ihe comprehension ofany person
of ordinary intelligence. I'roiniinent ainnug
the inimeiisu mass of atihjecls treated of lu
the book are the following:
The Art ol lJjemg, Hard Bolt and Toilet
Snaps, Tunning, Iiislillation, Imitation l-iq
nors, Wines, CordinN and Hitlers, ,;ider,
Brewing, Perufmery, Flavoring Essences, etc,
i osmetics, Hair I'yes and Washes, Pomade
nnd Perfumed Oil-, Tooth Powders, etc., 8y,
nips, Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Peiiolium
and Kerosene. Bleaching nnd Cleaning, Vin
egnr.ttnuees, Catsups and Pickels, hcceiple
for the (iurden, To rieniove!liiis,Spots,ete.,
I'vrot.cbny nod Kxidesives, Cements, etc,
Wnterproofing, Arliilcml, Gems, inks and
Writing Fluids, Aniline Colors, Paints and
Pigments, I muting nnd Paper-hanging, Kh'.
soiuine nnd Whitewash, Varnishing nud Pol
ish ng, l.itbricA'ora, Jc.pnnniiig and Lacquer
irg, Hoot nnd I In mess B!u-king, Photography,
Mclnls nnd Alloys, (iilding, tjilveriug, etc .
Klectrotyping, Electroplating, etc., Patent
.Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
Measures. 407 agos, rcyal octavo, cloth.
PriccS5.oo imiur
MClv A FITZGEKALI', Tullnshers, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty.
Having control of the magnificent oil chro
mo, Yo Semito, we are able to ottera coinbin
stint, of lilcrnry ami nnistie wora ofatenuine
worth, and at prices unprecedented
This Itnecopy of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, is not presented in the usual Inns
ited style, its dimensions, 14x01, making a
picture ol very desirable aixe iuitnelf.
graced by it- presence.
But a few copies of this beautiful ( hromo
will be allowed to go to the retail stores, and
those will be sold at their
Actual Retail Frier, IO.OO. '
which if ordeseit in connection wilh our Mag
azine, both will be furn'shed for
As a premium the picture may he obtained
by sending ua two BiilMi-riptiona for the Mag
sine at ona doilat each, or hy enhscrbirig lo
the lagnx:ne two enrs in advance, al one
dollar per annum. Address,
Newbuigh.N. Y.
S, E.SHt TES, Publisher. iaept
The Most Desirable Ees-
dence in MoArthur.
InFFER for tale my residence on North
street. It consists of a splendid dwelling
house, well finished, insuie and out, with
eight rooms and a good cellar. A gona office
building, stable, wood and coal houeeand oth
er necessry out-buildings. 'Ihe premises
contain 2)4 acres, including 1 acre ofvtneiard,
all thrifty Hearing vines; there are also thirty
hearing apple trees best variety of grafted
fruit, twenty-fue bearing peach trees best
bud led fruit, cherries, quinces, plums, and a
variety of small fruit For further particulars
inquire at the office of this paper, or al the
premises. Terms easy.
dec3om ' 8. 8. DOLLISOR.
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Publitheri of
And other
Standard Religious Works;
Canvassing Agents wanted in every county
in the L'uitey Suites. jant
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Acents wniiteo every here. Business strict
ly I'gilm eie. I articnlars free. Address J
W'ikili.St Louis, Mo is.-epilr
TUt k ami Ore brides ss good as new, I
sale at very low pra e Call on
H. C JONi.8 Attorney.
Pat's Experience.
An Irish weaver took to bis
employer the first cloth woven
since Ms arrival it. this coun
try; Vpon : examination Ms
employer detected two holes
within an inch of each other,
and told him he mast pay a
fine of a quarter for each hole.
An' plaieyour honor, said Fat,
is U the number of boles or the
sie . ov'em that yez put the
fine on us! I3y the number of
holes, to be sure, air. And a
big hole and a little one is the
8amo price? Yes, a quarter for
every hole, big and little.
Then give me hold of the piece
said . Tat. It was banded to
him when wilh his finders, he
deliberately tore the two small
holes into one, triumphantly
exclaiming: By the pipes ol
Moses, that'll save me twenty
five cents." The good natured
employer laughed heartily at
the odd experiment and lorgave
poor Fat :tlie fine.
TuRB are one hundred and
twenty uiei residing jn six
counties in California who own
3,140,000 acres of land. Apart
of this Jarge area consists of
Mexican ranches, but much the
greatest part has been acquired
by scrip, land' warrants and
cash purchases at almost nom
inal prices. '
'j , aa.
A Ferky .county farmer has
for the past year or two adopt
ed the plan of sowing oats
wilh his wheat in the fall as a
remedy for the ravages of the
fly, and it has proved a success
It is also a great protection to
the crop through our hard win
A cynical lady, rather in
clined to tlirt, says most men
are like a cold, very easily
caught, but very hard to get
rid of.
Charles H. Spurgeon.
C. II. Spurgeon, of London,
has been engaged as tho special
contributor of The Christian at
Work. As be writes for no oth
er pnper in America, admirers of
this great preacher, wuuld do
well to send to tbeir publication
office, 102 Chambers street, IS.
Y., for specimen copies. T. Do
Witt Talmnge, as editor, and
Spurgeon as special contributor,
make a strong team.
.. ,1m'.. . .
Symptoms of Liver Complaint.
A sallow or yellow color of the
ckin, or yellowish bronn spots on
the face and other parts of the
body; dullness and drowsiness
with frequent hoadachr; dizzi
nesss, bitter or bad taste, in the
mouth, dryness of throat or in
ternal heat; palpitation; in many
cases a dry, teasing cough, with
sore throat; unsteady appetite,
raising of food, choking sensa
tion in throat; distress, Lcaviness
bloated or full feeling about
stomach and sides, back or breast,
and about shoulders; colic pain
and soreness through bowels, with,
heai: .constipation alternating
with diarha. piles, flatulence,,
nervousness, coldness of cxtrem
ities; rush of blood to the head,
with symptoms of apoplexy,
numbness of limbs, especially at
night; cold chills alternating with
hot flashes, kidney and urinary
difficulties; dullness, low spirits,
unsociability and gloomy forebo
dings. Only a few of the above
symptoms likely to be present at
one time. All who use Dr.
Pierce's Alt. Ext., or Golden
Medical Discovery for liver
complaint and its complications
are loud in ita praise.
RUSK, Texas, May 10th, 1873.
Dr. It. V. Pierce: Dear Sir
My wife last year at this time
was confined to her bed with
chronic liver disease. 1 had one
of the best doctors to see her, and
he gave her np to die. when I
came upon some ot your medicine.
I bought one bottle and com
menced giving it. She then
weighed 82 pounds; now she
weighs 140 pounds aud is robust
apd hearty. She has taken eight
bottles in all, so you see I an an
dvocate for your medicines.
An Indiana reporter tells of
a case ot prisoning by the use
ol 'corrosive supplement," .
Daring Robbery.
St, Louis, Jan. 31. A most
darinjr, and successful robbery
was committed thia evening
on the iron Mountain Railroad.
As the train which left here at
9:45 a. m. came in sight of
Gad's Hill Station, 120 miles
below here, at 4:30 p. m. it was
signaled to atop; the'switcb
was turned, and the train run
on a side track. As the train
stopped, Conductor AlforJ
stepped off to ascertain what
was the matter, when he was
confronted by a man in a mask,
a pistol placed to his head, and
marched off under guard. The
engineer, fireman, mail agent,
express messenger, and other
train men were then seized by
five 'masked, heavily armed
men, and also placed under
guard. The robbers then went
through the entire train, took
Irom the passengors about two
thousand dollars, and a large
amount of jewelry, and from
the Adams Express Messenger
over one thousand dollars, and
rifled the mail. The robber?
then left in it southerly direc
ton, and after the release of
the train mon the train started
A wuisky seller of New
Washington anticipating u la
die prayer meeting in his
saloon . one morning, covered
the floor with water, threw
open his doors and put out
his firo. When the ladies came
the floor was covered with ice,
which rendered continued rie
votious rather unpleasant.
The marshal ol the town, how
ever, obviated the difficulty by
capturing a board pile and
laying a new floor on the ice.
The ladies then sang and pray
ed until the whisky man cap
itulated. David E. Ul(iDoi:tt killed hi
wife on Saturday at the house
of his daughter, in Lttronia, N.
LI, on her refusal to return
with him to their home at Bal
timore, Vt. The woman was
nursing their Infant child at
the time. Blodgett was arrest
ed. The Youngslown Vindicator
says that one day lat w eek
in that city, Wm. Hippie, witfi
the assistance of a helper, turn
ed out eight horse shoes in
twelve and one-half minutefi,
which they claim is the best
time on record.
The Fliilajelpl.ia doctors
who propose making an aul
opsy of the Siamese twins,
mean to conduct it in secret.
After their return to Fhiladel
phia they will make the pur
ticulars public.
A dividend 'of five per cent,
nn the capital slock ot tl e
Hocking Valley Railroad Coin
pany, was declared on Jan
14th, payable in cash on Ihe
2d day of February.
We will send the Record
and Wood s Household Maga
zine, one year for $2 80, and
make each subscriber a pres
ent of a handsome chromo of
the celebrated Yd Semite Val
ley. Wood's is the best maga
zine for the price in the coun
try, and the chromo i3 a fine
picture. Specimens of each
may be seen at this office.
Experience will teach any man that
it ia advantageous to patronise tliotte
wbo advertise in newspapers
Wb will send the Itecord and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers one
year for 13.25.
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other picture. Pictures may be
made as lari;e tut life from the tiniest
li'cltet picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colced in the best
styles in oil, water colore, w.yon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
stances. ' '
Farmers should not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which George W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson connty. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are in McArthur.
Adtkrtisino reminds people of
things they Lad been wanting all
along, bat had forgotten all about '
If You
Want n situation.
VVant a servant girl,
Want to sell a pin no,
Wmit to sell a ciirilde,
Want to buy orwll n farm.
Want a bonrdliijf place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or (Irjijr",
Want to sell household furniture.
Want to soil dry goods or carnot
Want to 11 ud customers lor anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising make success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising snows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advfrl.se or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well, ,
Advertise' "
Every merchant, manufacturer
or bui.nes man who hat lecume
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising.
No exception lo this rule can be
cited! Mewarl, che Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven lo advertising, as a last
resort, lo get his stock turned into
mouey so as lo meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still better in pros
pcrity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
S.imo merchants say it is not worth
while, to advertise; for mi pcrmm reads;
advertisements; vet every merchant in
this county will read this advertiso
miMit, and if ho is wise he will profit
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer wiirth advertising How much
mere then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied with rends
ing mutter, nro lit leisure, in the even
ing, and must depund un their pnper for
their local news, the must in portnnt
item of which is whero they can Gnd
just what they want when they enmo to
town to make their purchases, Ifyotu
stock is so old, rusty, dusty nnd out of
style that it is worthless, nr if it it run
down an that you have nothing lol't that
people would wmt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. Hut if it in
new. fresh nnd sparkling, up to the
times, nnd such us the pfiople want,
don't hido the in, but puhlisli to the
world thnt you have them, and want
to sell thciu at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day.
and its effect continues in ft greater
ratio than most men imagine. Jn the
end it will make a man's mime a per
tnancnt matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in diamines of men nnti
it becomes more valuable titan any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, ndnj; or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, ynn rush tt, your Iooul pa
per, knowing that every ono will rem!
ihe advertisement lint you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how tnui'h ymi tiro los
ing hy nut advertising it It t porter
If thoso persons who profess to be
liove that newspaper advertisements
urc not real hy the public wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
give publicity to somu matter they
would not cue to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of u
country paper,.ftnd see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser'
Aovkrtisixo is apt to give ns tha'
centle jog ol conscience which tolls lis
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised nur wif.
a new dress ns soon ns the hay wus in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Writ do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To seo if there is
any'.hinir new, or anything that they
want. To Bee if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who hue
them. To know if any one is Belling
oft at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read nil the storiesmarringes,
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 advhjtaae
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. ' Spoken words renuire the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
Highland printed. Bnt there is some
thing in the silent liingungs, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
ahont printed matter which gives ita
marvelous force and influernce. Musi
neas men should never permit them
selves to loose siL'ht of whnt mav he
accomplished by a persevering use of
me prinnnz presses. L,earn to adver
tise, and then the "how. when and
where" ol it, and you will have a!
knowledge worth having. .
THE WEF.KLY PUN la too widely fcaowa .
to reruns any attended reaommeodli4
but the reasons which bava already gives It
filty thousand subscribers, and whleh will,
we hope, giva it maar thouasada norti acre
biiefiy aa follows I '
1 1 is a Br t-ratw newspaper. All Ihe oewi ot
the day will be found in it. eondeoeed woea
unimportant, al full length when ot nomsat.
and a'ways presented in a alear, Intelligible,
and intetesting manner. , u
It laa Arst-nita family paper, fnll of eater
tainingand instructive reading of every ktad,
but containing nothing that can oflend taa
moat dchciite and scrupulous taste. :"
Ilia aHnit-ratealory paper. The beat tales)
and romances of current literature erecara.
fully selected and egihly printed ia Us pares.
It is a Hr-l-rate sricuituril r-aper. Tha
most Ire-h and instructive articles on agri-ciiliur-l
topics regularly appear ia this da
partment. " '
It ia an independent political paper, belong,
ing to no party and wearirg no collar It SgatS
fur principle and the election of the bast tnea
tn cilice It especially devotes lis energise to
the expo-ure of tha great corruption, that
now weaken ami disgrace out country, snd.
ihrattcn to undermine republican institutions
nHoueihrr. It hssnolear of knaves, and asks
no fivor. of their striporters.
It repnrta 'he fashion for flie ladles and tha
markets for tha mea.esaecisll the aelfleit
markets, to which it pays pailicular attention.
finally, it is the cheapest paper published.
One dollar a year will secure it for any aub
sciilier. It is not secessary to frluaacSub
in order lu have TUR WfcEKLV BUN stable
rate. Any one who sends a single-Julia will '
get the paper for a year-
THE WEEKLY PX.-Eight pigei,
filly si column-, luil) l a year. ' At diss
i-oi.'iits from llii rts.
Til K eitlll-WI EKI Y HtS.Stm
site as the iiaiiy Hun. 2 COaenr. A diss
con ol of 2( per cent, to ellit. of 10 or over.
IUK 1AII.Y HI'M.-A large lour rag
newspaper of In ent eight foil nine. Wily
citcu t.lion over li!(),OCO. A,l the news for
8 cents, tiibscrii lion prlci Ocibtsa month,
or 0 a year- 'incluba ol lOur over.idia
couiit of 80 eer sent .
Aiii'resa Tim M! N, New York Clljr.
Is tho only Known Itctncily for fright's Dis
fS'O and biis cured every c.iso .f Diabetes In
which it has been Riu-n, Inliiitlon of thcKccIS
of tho IMutlder nnil liirtmnmiitlnti of tho Kidneys,
VIccrnli'Mi uf the Kidneys and Madder, Jtrtrn
tiou of Urine. Dleciisca of th.i I'lnstato Claml,
Btonelli the Illacl'ler. Gravel, ilrick Dust Deposit,
and Mucous or llilky Discharges, and for Kn
fccblcil ami DcllrntoConstitntioiiaof both fexca,
attended, with the following symptoms: ln?
of l'OHur, I.o of M cmorv, Dinictiltv of Breath-
tug, Weil: Nerves, Wake
lluTk.Kliishiiigof ih'c Doily, Eruption oalhcFaee,
'Ilium--., j am in iiiv
i lllUUl.'IUIIlll0.10l.ll, ..... s."... .
I 8, (1 hy persons In tho dccllno or rhnnrjo of
life; after ronnncmetit or labor pains, bud-wetting
in children, etc.
In many affections peculiar to ladles. Ihe Ex
tract llm-liu is liiivqunlcd by any other tcuivdy
As In Chlorosis or ltctciilion, Irregularity. I'aln.
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus stnlo of tho t'tcrua, Leu.
corrnien or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to lha sex. It la nrcacrihed
extensively by tho most eminent Phvslclnnaano)
Mldwlvcs fur enfeebled and dcliculu cuutUtiv
tions of both sexes and all uses.
fnm IH'faitn AiHntj from ImprMltnet,
II Mi tif MiiMtion, Etc., In all their stupes, at
litt!o expenee, lllllo or no chungo III diet, an la
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fro
qucnt desire, and gives strength to nrinata.
thereby removing Obstructions, Prevcnlingaml
Curing Strictures of Ihe Urethra. Allaying Pain
nnd Inflammation, so frequent in thia claes of dis
eases, aud expelling all poisonous matter.
11.00 rcr hottlo or six bottles for A00, delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold by
driii'iiista everywhere. Prepared by
KE V RNEY A '"O., 104 Duans St., N. Y.
to whom all litters f fiinnutiott, .hould, ba
Pallid Countcn incc, Lnsaittelo of lheByslenl,ctr.
No Charge for Advice aud Cuu&lttitiaa. ,
' Dr. J. II I'lji'tl. flrodnntnuf .I ffrrmn M'dWnt
CW'Vi, I'liilndclpliia. author of several raluahla
works, can bo consulted on nil diseases of tha
St-Viai nr Urinary Organs, (which lie h:u mada
an especial eiud.v), cither in mule, nr fcn.alc. nw
matter from what cnitso originating, er i'f how
long Hluiullng. A prnctico of HO years eiiahiea
liim to treat disease with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonable. Tuoso at a i;i
tuncu cnii f- rwnrd Idler clescriliitig lyiuplums,
ami enclosing slump to prepay postage. ")
bend lor Ilic '"'ns Ui ll th. Price II) nuts.
J. 11. i)VuT". M. I)., I'hysiiia.i nud burgeoa.
10-1 Duxuo Bts.fJcw York.
llmarrv oo ihe ttavRt.tairal
ClTT 1 fi Q- l;myiiri?avudrti.Uiluta'
syaT l.th. sexual traita. lth ska.
latest dlieovfrlei In f roduelm and prtveiiUiig ttl.f rlftf,
ho tt preiervi the com files ioo, kc.
Thlil nn tnttreittDg work eftsro koodrtt and ilitf
paces, with numorout coffntvini:.. udi foutaioi vluk)l
lufrtrnatioDfur those wbo are married, or btmiMe r
rin j, Btill it i a book that oufb t lo be kepi uadar iocal
ftDil kfy, and sot laid eartlcaaly about lha ho tut.
Iiavutalna tbe cxpartenc and advtca tti ahraMa
vnoie reputation la worldwida, and aboaM beta Dm yrt'
at drawer of every wale and female tbroug hont tbe rtt(re
flobe. It embracei every iblDK oo tbe a abject of tbe tea
eraiirt avatrm that la worth knowlof, and aiach ibat!
aiol pu bl.'i tied la an? other work.
Sent lo aur ooa (free of poiuge) far Fifty CBU.
AddreaaDr. Butta' Diapeuaarr.Ne, ia.aiihlhiire
St. Jaouu, Me.
Kotlco to tha Afflicted anl VnfortniUitflu
Vefore apply la le the aeterieu qaaakiwho advcrHie la)
public papers, or uiiuf tmy quaalt retoedUa paruse Dr
Butta' wurk do mutter what jour dlaeaae la, er how deplor
able roue eoaditlon. ' t t
Dr. Bette oocupifa double heaae ef tweatVtvTe
rooms ; i a I ndornej by noma f Ihe moat celebrated airdt
ealprefeaaoraof iblaeouDtry aad Kurope.atideaa hecaa
eultrd peraeDaiir er by nail, en the dlaeaaee m.ntleneej I at
otaworia. uroce and pari or a, ao. 11 tt. Ktkih I
vtwflTB araeieBa waeaaua, di. aeouia, aie-
Kiti Jl . i .-TsiLTta..
s . JM"sa
Notica to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis. McArthur
& Coumbus Ralroad Co.
VI.Ii parties hnving subscrited lolhe csp
it tl stoek ol the G.. McA. C. R. B.,ra
nrehy rcqni.ed to make payment to iheSee.
retary ofihe Company, al his office on the
Public Square, in Uallli.olis, Ohio, or if mora
i-nnvenient, lo I'nniel Will, President of tha
Vinton County Bank, at McArthur, Ohio, of
in installment ot live dollars on each share
o subscribed, within ten days of this dais.
AllKU't lu, lb71.
dec 9 1871.
MnWCV1'",',!r"J"''" Blth Plnl Key
JVlUPiCl Cheek omiits. Catalogtlea. and
mil particulars KREE. 8. M. Spiscia, 117
Hannover St., Boston.

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