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The Vinton record. (M'arthur, Vinton County, Ohio) 1866-1891, July 30, 1874, Image 4

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oa Mid aftai Sunday May it', ir. onhl fur
ther solan, iretas will tun ae willow: No. i,
s, t, and "ill rua dailj; U other Uttu daily.
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tatiana. Mail. Fast Line Bi L El.
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McAevaca 11 t M M 14 "
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Stations: No. i Not .
Fast Liu. Mail. Cm. Kx.
Parkersb-trg ...... s 2ui 1U (Wjid i 45pm
Jinn. Furuaes... I" & " 1 ll H '
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Hichlacd Fur.. .11 45 1 " 1W
Ohtllicolhe in 4-.pm S7 1 04
Jiacianatt i 4U 14 00
No. 8 Will atop .tOAS. Junction, l.nve
laad, Ureeufiold, Chillicolhe, llatnden. Athcn.
and scoit's Unding only. No. 8 will stop at
Isroll's Landing, New Knulsnd, Alliens, Hain-
des, Chillicolhe, Greenfield, Vienna, HUn
cheter, Loreiand, Madiera. Mndisonvillv.
Oakley and Cuniminsville, only. Ni. 50
will Mop at C. A H. Junction, Madlsonvtlle,
Lovelend. Greenfield, Chiilioulhe, Hamden,
Athena and Heoifa Landing only. No. 1 A 4
wiU make all the stops. ..
Tha Isleski Freight going e.ttt. leaves Chil
lioolhe, et T aJ a ni.i Kaysvi.le, 45i Hmh
land Furnace, Mi llamden, arnve 10 uj
' part 10 SSi MoArthur, arrive 10 CT; depart
II ax; Vinton, arrive 11 67 depart 1 sop. m.l
Kaleakl, 1 00. Going west, leave iUlc.ki at
4 UO p m.; Vinton r-'nrnnce, 3 3i; MuArthnr,
66; Hsmden, 4 ; .Richlnnrt Furnaue, 4 SO;
Ravavills. 4 'i Chillicolhe, T 10.
will lea ll.mdi a at 7 24 a. in. and 1 14 p.m.,
arriving al Portsmouth at 10 20 a. in. ami x 16
a. m. Returoinglrainawill leave Puriaiimuth
at I 00 a. m and 1 6 P- m., arriving at Ham
e'en at 11 00 a. m.andfc 05 p. m.
Traiae connect at Loelaol for all poinwtin
the IjiU. Miami Rallroail, and at the Indian
polia and Cmuinoati Ruilioad Junciion for
II point Weal; at Athene with theClinn
bua aad Hocking Valley Railroad, at Parlieia-
wita Uit-ttalttuiore A Ohio Itailroad.
General Superintendent.
Transfusion of Astonishing
. Max Adler writes to Ihe Dan
bury News is follows:
A recent medical experiment
bag excited a considerable
amount of interest in our vil
lage. My neiglibor SimDson
was nearly dead with consump
tion, and Dr. Hopkins At last
in despair, concluded to try a
transfusion of blood, of which
be bad heard so much of lately.
As no human being was willing
to shed his blood tor Simpson,
the doctor bled Simpson's gout,
and opening a vein in Simp
son's arm he injected about two
quarts of the blood into the pa
tient's system. Simpson imme
diately began to revive, but,
singular to relate, no sooner
bad his strength returned than
be jumped out of bed, and
twitcniug bis head about alter
the fashion of a goat, he made
a savage attempt to butt the
doctor. The . medical gentle
man, after having Simpson's
bead plunged against -his stom
ach three err four times, took
refuse jn the eloset, whereupon'
Simpson banged his head
against the panel of the door a
couple of times, and would
probally have broken it to
splinters had not his mother in
Jaw entered at that kmoment
and diverted bis attention.
One well directed blow from
Simpson's head floored her, and
then, while she screamed for
belp, Simpson frolicked around
over tbe floor, making assidu
ous efforts to nibble the green
flowers in the ingrain carpet.
When they called the hired
nian in and tied him down on
the bed, an eflort was made to
interview him, but the only an
swer lie could give to such
questions as how he felt and
when he wanted bis medicine
was ba-a.w precisely like that
of the goal; and then he would
strain himself in an effort to
butt a hole in the headboard
The condition o! the patient
was so alarming, and Mrs. Simp
son was so indignant that Dr.
Hopkins determined to undo
the evil if possible. So he first
bled Simpson freely, and then
by heavily bribing Simpson's
Irishman he procured fresh
blood from him and injected
Simpson the second time.
Simpson is cow as well as ever
excepting that he shocks hi
old Republican friends by dis
playing an irresistible tenden
cy to vote the Democratic tick
et, and makes bis mother-m law
mad by speaking with a strong
brogue. But be has given op
butting, and has never indulg
ed in it 6ince but once, and
that was on Sunday when one
Ot tbe remaining corpeucles of
the goat's blood., getting into
his brain just as be was going
into cburch be butted the sex
ton hall way op the i-le, and
only recovered himself suffi
ciently to apologise jurt as the
enraged official was about to
m . i. i-
nnnr mm vnn m nvnui iiuuk.
Dr. J. Walkert California
Ylnwrar Bitters are a purely Ves
etablo preparation, luado chiefly from
tho nativo herbs found on the lower
ranges of the Siena Nevada luoun
tiiiiia of California, the medicinal
properties of which aro extracted J
tuercrrouiwiuioiuiuouso tu aicouoi.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What U tho caino of tho unpar
alleled 8UCC033 Of YlXEGA.ll BlT-
teus V Our answer is, that they
romovo tho cause of disease, and
the patient recovers bis bcitlth. Thoy
ara the great blood purifier and a
life-giviug principle, a perfect Keno
vator ami Juvigorator of tho system.
Novcr bofuro iu tho history of tbo world
has a ruedidno bie a compounded pos-
sc.ssiiig ha ruuiurKuoie quuuueu in ta
EdAtt BiTTEits iu holding tho sick of
every diseivso innu U heir to. They are
a peutle Purptitivo tii welt a a Touio,
rolieviug Coufrustion or IuQauiinatiou of
tho Liver uud Visourul Organs, iu Uilious
Tho properties of Dr. Walk
er's Visku.vr HiTTEttsnro Aperient, Uia
phorotio, Carniinativo, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic;, Sodittivo, Countor-Irritaut,
Sadnrillo,AIw"iv, ami Anti-Hilioun.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
ViJfEOAB Bitters the most wonder
ful Inrigorant that ever sustained
tho sinking system. .
No Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main "long unwell, provided their
bones are not tlMroyed by mineral
poison or other niwaua, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair. .
Bilious, Remittent, and In.
tcrmittent Fevers, which are so
provident in tbo valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tenne&ieo,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Kio Grando, Tearl,
Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ro
tnoko, James, and many others,
with thoir vast tributaries, through
out our entire couutry during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are Invariably ac
compituicd by extensive derange
ments of tbo stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influonco upon these vari
ous organs, Is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at tho same time
stimulating the secretions of tbe liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the dipostive organs.
rortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Yineoar Hitters. No epidemio cuu
take hold of a Bystcin thus tore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head-
acho, 1'uiu in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness,' Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
iu tha Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tbe Heart, Inflammation of the
Lnngs, I'aiu in tho region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro tbe offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ono bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than & lengthy advertisement. ,
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Drysipclas, Swelled
Keck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Druptious of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's1 Viit
BoarBitters have vhown their great cur
ative powers in tho most obstinate and
lntroclauio cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bittors have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by V mated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
Vi'neoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Kbeum, Blotches, 8pots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las. Itch. Scurfs. Discolorations of tha
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever namo or nature, are uterauy
dug up and carried out of the system in a
anort time oy tne use oi inese miters.
Tin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tbe system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No svstem of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
a. v stem from worms like these Bitters.
forFemaleComnlnints. in young
or old. married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton-
io Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find Its impurities bursting
through tbe skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
atmeted and slnctrish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health or tbe system win toiiow.
. R. II. Sir DONALD & CO
DnrirlU & Gffl. Airta., San Franciaco, Califor-
Ala, at cor. oi v auiunpwo anuiurmu o,..
Hold by am Uragiuu aaa utmitn.
C. F. nUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and lanor Goods.
WOULD repecttully aay o the cltixeni
Vinton Co that be has enlarged his stock
nck.ng one of tbe largest in the Bute. Unr
Lainess has increased every year up to the
pre-ent ume ana we ie?i msniiui m pi
lio r,,r nasi favors. and sre determined to ai
resent time and we le-t inanaiui io m pun.
a large Hock ot ever) thing u.Uxl'v lound in
a brst-Ciasa Jewelry More, and will keep Ihe
finest stock of gold and solid -liver, also tbe
bet Plated Hoods, aa low as any bouse in the
We keep all the different brands of Ameri
can Watch Hownrd. United Mates, Klgtn.
Wsltham and Springfield Manufacture, both
in gold and silver rases. Also a large line ol
from 16 to Ho 00, also silver from 112 In
1160. Mr hate a vny reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from loloSiO.
A full h
ine 01 an goons in our line, or maae
Ki eurnwieved workmen. Beuair-
In onler t
inaailiMiT. Dromlit attention
r ' '
Pl.a drop in and aaa a. o trouble to
bow gooda. c- ,j ffol
llnrneas, Saddles,
lirldlei, II a II on, :'
WlilpN, purs, Truce
Chains, Haines, and all
Other Ar ticles of Saddlery.
Ay Inrn'la anil tha piinhe nen rally arain'iU
it to rail and iaiuina my aloe k and pn
era. I mia annit hona.t work, thr
lrt to.-lt,aortll at the ery lowe.l price.
and manuDioiunnn dona to order , and all
Work Warranted as Represented,
I A.
Foreign and American
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
Old Watck Cauaa and old tiold aad Wlver
bougut. . ,.
SlaprlSTJ , '! "
Dick's Encyclopshia or PacYicai, Rg.
curra .No Paoca.ass. Containingii,4W pnu;.
tic. I receipt., written in a plain and pnpuUr
marner, and illustrated with explanatory
woodcuts. Kmat a comprehen.ire Inxik of
reference '' the merchant, mimiifucltircr, ar-
tiwin. amateur and hou.ekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and dumotc economy
rne scope or inis wora is entirety ain.rent
from any other book oi tha kind. Befide.
betnra compleia anil atmrat inut.pensitiie
be ok of reference for the thousand and one
receipt, and articles needed in every houae
hold. farm, a-arden. etc., it includes clear and
ea.ily understood dirodiona for the applica
lion of nianr of tho arts nimlly acquired only
ly long experience, anrt so iitresiea or lecti
nichHhiies, or ihe techuiculiliei ol terms U.eil
so fully explained na to bring the enure sub
ject within the comprehension of anjr person
ni oruinitry iiiieingence. rromtineni atnnug
Ihe iintnen.a inm-s of aubiecti treated of in
the book are tne Pillowing:
Tha art ol Dyeinu, Hard Bolt and Toilet
Soups, Tanning, iM.tillalion, Imitation l.iq
uora, wines, i;ortiats an nitters, onier,
Hrewlng, Perufmerv,Klaorin Essences, etc.,
l.osnieiK'., Hair Dyes and Wa.hea, Poinadrs
and Perfumed Oil., Tooth Powdery, etc., tty.
mps, Alcohol and Alcobolmetry, I'eitoieiim
and Kerosene. Hleachirrg and Cleaning, Vin
ear. Bailees, Cst.ups and Pickets, Keceipl.
lor the Hnnlen, To Veinofa Btsma)pots,eUi.,
pyroteenny and fcxpiesires. uements, etc.
Wsterproohng, Arlinttisl, flrmt. Inks ami
Writing Fliiiua, Aniline Colors, Paints and
Pigments, I aiming and Paper-hanging, Ka1
ominennd wnitvwash. Varnnhlna mm hoi.
l"h ng, Luhrtcaiors, Japanning and Ijicquer-
rg.Hoot and Harness Hlaklng, pnetogrnpnv,
Melnl. and Alloys, Hililing, Birering, etc ;
Klectrotyping, Klectroplating,;etu., Palent
Meilicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
Measures. 607 pages, royal octavo, cloth.
Price 15.00 i.mnr
LilUK A FITZGERALI', Fublnshers, N. T.
Worth and Beauty.
Having control of Ihe magnlHcent 3ilchro
inn, to Semite, we are atiie to oner a commn
stioc of literary and ariinttc wora of genuine
worth, and at prices unprecedented.
This flnecopy of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, la not presented in the uaual lim
ited style, its dimension, I4xfl, making a
picture ol very desirable .ixe in itielf.
sraced bv it- presence.
mil a lew copies ot mis oeaurtiui .nromo
will be allowed to go to the retail stores, and
those will be sold at tnetr
Actual Retail Price, 16.00,
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
aiine, both will be fufv.hed fur
Aaa premium the picture may be obtained
hjr semilog us two subscriptions lor rue mug
sine at one auum wen, or uj nuost-ruiuH iu
the Miigmine two years in advance, at one
dollar per annum, auureas,
Newbuigh.N. Y.
8, E.SHt TtS, Publisher. 4sept
AO. 110 THIRD ST.,
Odd Fehuws' Block,
Publither$ of
' And otoer
Standard Keligious Works,
Canvassing Agent, wanted
in the United 8tatea.
in every conn
Formerly of Hamden.l
ANNUCNCKSto hn friends in Vinton sod
adjoininc counties that he has bought the
Hotel Formerly Zept by Ghas, Smith
Three doors west cl Madison, on
I T 1 1'1'L.i 4 I T'l' I f V'
, s-is ri I rlVIV7U I II. l
. M V tJi.AW A 1A, V
11 V - ..A... J . .1. ..1 .. . I
He ha. refitted it thronahont, and is nrensred
to enteTtainXha ttayeling public av-roasonstjre
rata. i. , Jant
M. A
i i B-SS k 1 1
i : Vj v H Kill
i . .
North-Mt earner of Main aid Jackaoa itneti
,; ' McARTUUR.0UI0
GEO. W. BKUKTON, Proprietor
. Uaaubctura -a
Cmriaget, MMyuie. Kurt tut, tU
also, waoova aaa ail aikua or waaoi won
doaa to order oa ihort notice.
Painting and Trimming
2iii"ir'"iM " ae"'" B,i
KKPAlftlNO ol all klndi in my lint will be
promptly and neatl done. 1 .
Work doue atthia aaiablitbmcnt war.
autd to he .ubauntlnl, put up aolld and eia
eu-ediu tha mo.t worknaDlike manner, Dot
o tjaairalladiB uy reapcot bo, other aa
, in atiVGOLDirT.
Maoubolurer of, .
.. .
Of latent, moat fiuhionable and elegtol atylea,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
make it a point to uo all enr work of th
be.t inaiprinl, aod aland renood to none in
quality of BiiUh or dur.biliur. I employ no
interior workmen, mere ara no appieutiee
hoya about my e tabli.hment. and I can not
lull to pleat any person ho wanta the beat
turnout made in the country. 1 refer with
pride to my customers throughout Southern
Ohio aa to the character or woik coming
from my fartory, and guarantee all my cus
tomer, perleut aatiattL'tion.
All kinds of Tnrnonts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine toy Stock.
Repairing, lie painting; Etc.
Will receive prompt attention. .
I have constantly a atock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
en with me for sale, repaired and almost tu
goou as new, some ot inein
llljUl 1B73
American Institute,
Embroidering and Fluting Machines
"It is ingenious and will meet the wanta ol
every matron in the land.''
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Cnvit, Rec. Bec'y: F A. Barnard,
Pres.; Samuel V. Tilinan. CorresDondtua
New York, November 20, 1872
This simple and ing.iuoi machine la as
usefnlns the sewing machine, a.nl i. fa.i be
coming popular with ladiea, in the place nl
expensive ntedle work. Its work being much
more nanuanme, requiring mum less time
nd not on. -tenth psrt ti.e expense. No la
v'e toilet Is complete without it A mschine
with iilustratedeiroulHrsml lull Instructions
sent on receipt of i or finished iu silver plate
lor 12 7.'..
Address, The JHcKee Manufacturing Co.,
jttt Droauwuy. iew ork.
Two American Magazines.
The excellence of American Mngailnea haa
become to well recngniied abroad, that one
of the leading English papers, the London
weekly Register, in a recent issue, tnus
anenks of Scrtbner's Monthly:
Ho art Coixtniwni lo men tiutf WHIBXER'S
MONTHLY camrt ill lltr vrixt iksii'M all ssr Ml
lis? laonMy srrititi Jt brilliancy of Ulnntraliomi and
snrisry oj ootifcHff. it u timpry a wonaerjui ihiltmai'
worth Nothing em tw sior. csarmlif Can (M rsa,
fitll nffortt ami viitor; the light and thaitt are man
aped Kith a n-My artistic power. Out of IU one and
tuentn original articles sm rty do not know waks
to ckoore m beet, far each and all are excellent."
pin omit is ii true Him ncrioner s monuny
excels the Knghsh Magnnoes, but it is Ike
Bern of the American monthttee.
In the extent, variety and artistic excel
lence of its illiii-trntinn of American th-mes.
it has never been even approached, much
less exoelljil It has a larger page and giies
a grenier variety in itseon'enti. man any oth
er ofthe Btandnrd American Monthlies
In literary character, and in the brilliancy
and ability ot ita Editorial uepartmenia, it en
joys an equal pre-eminence.
Its conductors spirted wi th the definite aim
of making it the beet magatineinthe world, of which
thev have never for a moment li lt sight, and
they point with pride and pleasure to the
Miy and June numbers, recently issued, and
asa tor inein a curium examination snnacare
till comparison of their merim with those o
other rnavaalnes; and they renew their pledge
io me puoiio, io si rive tor still nigner excel
lence in the future.
A considerable demand has recently arisen
in England for 8t Nicholas. Bcnbner'e New
Magsatnefor Roys and Gills, cne publisher
ueeinng to secure an edition or tnrea tnou-.
sand of Bret bouud voluble (when completed,
with his imprint.
The success in th e country olSl. Nicholas
has been even more remarkable than that
Bcribner's Monthly. It Is pronounced lo l
'as tdeaUf perfect magazine for children" and, as
tho ose wiih all the hex, literature for chil
dren, it hna been f nind to possess aurpasstng
interest mr grown-up r-anera, as well.
The influence of the periodicals of the day
can scarcely be estimated, especially upon
Ihe rising generation. Parents and teachers
can not aflord to be indifferent to this influ
ence, or cerele in relation to Ihe character
ol the literature furnished to the rmldien
outside of their school lessons. In 81. Nirh
Oias not only are history, natural philosophy
literature, fine aria, and manuFicturea pre
sented in an attractive way to young readers,
nut tne children are stimulated to seek hvor
tnaiion foi thentselvts
The publishers will tend to any address
specimen number of tit. Ntcholss, postage
prepaid nn receipt often cents, the hare
of paper and printing. The magasines
soiu oy an nr.i-ciass oooksettars and news
dealers, everywhere.
BCRIBNER'S MOIvTHLT, ft a year; 35c.a
oi. ni'jiiuuo, - - - a zoo.
SCEIBNEE & CO.,654 Eroadw'y.K.Y
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs
UnrserT Stock! PruitiFlower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
MO acres: Kd year IS arreenBOUMS. fear-
Apple, 1.U0U 1 yr., 125; t j. $3o; 3y. 40,-4y
catalogues, xu cenis, oijuum
$72.00 EAOH WEEK.
Agents wanted everywhere. Business strict
ly legitimate. Particulars free. Address
W'IKTH.Bt Louis. M Mi-epUv
Fahmeks sh jtild not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which, Ueorge WBruntonr. tlc
Arthur, is the agent in thin ami
Jackson county' It is the beat
and cheapest gate eVer designed
for a farm, coating fifty per cent,
less than lie. old fashioned gate,
and is rjjor durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when jou
are. in Mc Arthur.
La Crcana de U Crcaaa. No. 4. . .fnee, Mu.
, Cunbuw tn the bea,' barrarlle, l,y
Kuiie; The Hreak nl lay, Hrwia, by "
Ardittj La iWill.riaa, Polka by Liehner;
When tha Swallow. Hormward Kly, by ,
Oeaten; Kapiegleriaa, Capnoa by Eur
n.rd. .1 w fit Wo.
tSZSO H E A Pi'.
Coutaina ti-e IuIIowihk niu.ic; oOe.
MoiiBtaiabtraam, tlaprtee, by 8. Pmit.1;
Count on Ma O.lop, by Jarohy; Graai
o.a, Kom.ivoo, by Tnalherg; liaomng
l.re., In.t., by Mattel May Bretaea,
lnt , by Lana' H pirrea for 60c.
I on lain, the lollowion mu.io SOo.
Chant du Pitouo, TranM-rlptlon, by
. Ketterer; Thina Own, Melodia, by
Lanire. piece, fhr Wo.
M..r.?;Pti AlLEDv : ."'r,
onuin. the lll"iu muw, price, soo.
e Two aonca by Haya, two by ltanka, one
by May woo.), a Bacied Qia-teite by
Thomaa, a Pourhand piece, a Quirt
atep, aa eaav March, aod a bmautiful
ranu.ie. by Kink el. ltlpleceafor Sa.
Petera'D fl C T D A in Maalrml
Moaihly.rUo I i n I UlNo. 81,
contain, the (bllowlng mn.lo, price, 30c.
Two new aonira by Have, one by Pratt,
ana by Hlewart,a trio lot female voices,
by Abt; bacrad Quartette by IHinka,
two Polkaa, a preUy VValis, and a March.
11 iik-orator ' Mo.
A-tdreaa 1 U PBTKR8, P. U Boi. 64-29. .
6!- Hroadaar.NeW York, ep posits MeUop.
ollibin Hotel.
Teas j! Teas ! !
NO. 43 VESEY 81REE1,
0. Box; '1287.' ' New York.
ROBERT WELLS, President,
Black, 40, 60. 60. best 70 cts. .i.-. per lb
Green and, Bluet, 40, 50, CO, best 70cts
, JAAN..
ncbiort'tl, CO, 70. 80, 00, best $1.00..
Green. CO. 70. 80, 00. best $1.10 per lb.
Greetii 'ofl, GO, 70. 80. 90. 1.00 best $U5
Green, $110 best $130 per lb.
R'norlish Brr-akfast
Bluek.bO, 70, 80, 90, best $1.00. .per lb
N. H.-We have a speciality of Harden
1 ill, and OOLONii, Extra choice, f 1 .IK).
Our Teas are put up in one pounu psi-,.
ages, wiin ine a inn sn i once priiuru uu rn,-
AGENT WANTED to get up clubs to
sell our teas Pi tamilies, hotels, boarding
honees and others. Iu writing lor u-rms or
sending orders, be particular to address the
president oi tne vomptny, uu;
Ituncni wbi.i.
No. 43 Veaey Bt., New York
We are compelled to request his, as other
purlies have imitnted 0111 Him name.
ure Concentrated Potash,
Of double Ihe stresgth of any other
I have recently perfected a new method of
packing my Potssh or He.eml amnow pacK
lug it only in bulls, the coating of huh will
eaponnv, sou uocs noi iniure e.m,,. ,
packed in boxes containing zi ami " nm io
hslls, and in no other way. Inrect inns In
Kngllsh and Cernisn lor minting mini anu
soil soap with this polasn seemnpanv eaoi
pacnagn ii.i.biioiiii
t4 IO 94 VVUSIIIUH.WU i-.. .
Insuxrance Department
Comuhbvs, February 19th, 1874.
WRERES Ihe New England Mutual Lire
Insurance Company located at Hostoo.in
.he state ot MasBncnuseii. mis men in mis
olhiea sworn sttemenl by the proper offi
cers thereof, showing its condition and busi
ness snd naa complied in all. uiner respects,
with the laws oftliis Btste, relating to Lite In
surnnce t'nir.uanies. organised by act of Con
greas, or by or under the laws ot any other
stale nl the United States.
Mow. therefore, in pursuance ol law, I,
William F. Church, superintendent of lusur-
nee ot the Slate of Ohio, do hereby ceriuy.
that said rbmpany is authorized to tiansact
I a annronnate business of lite ihsursm e iu
mis si. le in a'enraance wiin law, uu ring me
current year. 1 he condition and oust neaa nl
mirj company ai ine ante ni sucn sisiement
ii'ecenitier 3ist, wij,) is snown as ioiiows:
Aggregate amount of admitted as-
seis.including me sum ot iwa,
ta as in premium ndtes and
loans hcli) by ihe comuany on
noiicies in force, - 13,870,119 81
Aggregate anion nl of linhilities. In-
oiudioaiii.iui.itiK uu lor re in-
surauce reserve 11 .328,799 16
A mount of im ome for the preced
ing y ar in casn x,ni,70 vx
Amount of premium note of in
come for the preceding year 800,213 62
Amount of -expenditures lor the
preceding year in cash, f 1,607,007 38
Amount of premium note expen.
. diturea for the preceding year. 87.810 16
f L. B.) In witness whereof. I have hereun
to subscrib, d my name, aud caused the seal
ormyomceto be araxed tne nay snn year
above written. WM. CHUKCH,
Joan T, Rami, agent at mca rihur, u.
TEA AGENTe wanted in town and country to
aell TEA. or set uo rlub orders, for thelar
Bst Tea Company in America. Importers
nricea and Inducements to scent, rend fo
circular. Address, ROBERT WELLS, 43
VesevHt.. N. V P. O Box IM.
TasCaruMaa Tadm, Beniy Ward Beecher,
Editor, oi Oct. 2&th last, says: "Parties wish
ing to get ur- clubs, and ail who can get or
ders for tea. should write him for a circular.
Tke Kern York Weekln Tribnne. of 8ep . 3d, says:
"All -Granges' should write Robt. Wells lor
circular " .
T SWA, nfSept. 20., ssjs: "Root. Wells is
thorougnly reliable." , xj.ipr
Cottage Color. Faints
1.00 te IM per Gallon.
'itopajs ra Oil, ' -
60o per gal,
Fm Paoos - - - - - tl.SSpergal
Works is all
60o, per gal.
Paints as Boiled Linseed, only
ENGIfiKOIL, ------- 75
Bend for cards of colors and circulars.
: i Bole Agents,
Doue Neatly and .Promptly
AT Xflis oknea.
If Yon ;
lYanta situation. .
iV ant a servant Kirl,
Want to Hell a piano,
VVitnt to sell a crriHre,
Want to bur or sell a farm.
Want a boardliijf place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell jfroceriea or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell rlry poods or carpets.
Want to find customers for anything.
Advertising will ffitln new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising libersilly always pays,
Advertising makes suctiess easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
- Advertising ; shows energy, .
a t .i...,..Lb
, Xllivoi using iiiua o piuv,n,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertise or "bust," ,
1 Advertise long,
Adveriise well,
Advertise 1
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
At?, exception lo this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get hit stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar'
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, hr
could make it slul better in pros
perify, he became a persistent ad
verhser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Somo merchants :ty it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
advertisements; vet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
tnent, and if he is wise he will profit
1 its suggestion, it he has anything to
er w.Ttli advertising How much
more then will those rend them who
are not so largely supplied with read-
ins mutter, are at leisure tn the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the must nrportant
item rf wliich is where they can find
just what they want when they oome to
town to make their purchases. If yotti
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or it it it run
down so that you have nothing lelt that
people would wint, it is nut worth
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
wqrjd that you have them, and want
to sell them at a lair price. .
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duly 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
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in tha minds of men nntil
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in bis locality.
Ip you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wile, you rush to your local pa'
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement but . you will plod
along in business year alter year, with
out calculating how much you ure los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not read by the publio wish to "be
convinced ol their error, just let them
cive publicity to somo matter thev
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of h
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser'
Advertising is apt to give ns that
gentle jog oi conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
bunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as tbe hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break-
last plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yetoiviliie the world!
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that tbey
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 curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
they want to. Because 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 advkjtage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend aa well as they
might tbe capacity 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 titer, fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed But there is some
thing in the silent hi nguage, the quiet
assertion and tbe sense of permanence
about printed matter' which gives it
marvelous force and influernce. Busi
nesa men should never permit tbr t
relves to loose eight of what nrr
accomplished by a persevering r .of
the printing presses. Learn p f: '' -y
tine, and then the "how, vr,'. i ,,
where t it, and yon U I
kaowledge worth baring.
i i : ' '
In Zaleski. . !
THE Kaleakl Company, with a view to the
development of tbe local interestenf kalea
kl, to secure lis permanent pioeperity, aad CS)
add to its population ana wealth, ara nosy
ottering te actual stlleia.Mstn lots and tkraa
lands at low prices, sod on liberal terms.
Persons desiring to examine tha property;
and to buy cheap houses, will apply at tha
Company's offices to - ' -
. R, THOMPSON, Manager.
Zaleski, Ohio, Mar Is. ta7t. tf
' Which tsidaptedto
All Sewing Machines,
NOTICE particularly the stai-p of B.C.
GOODRICH. Chicago. Ills., wuh Ate patent
stamps. , H. C. ClrODR It'll,
Office and salesroom 206 Btate su, hicagO
Ills. . ' J ' saangu
Zf you are Suffering from an
Broken Down Conatltatlona
Or rrnulre a Itemedr to
Fnriry and Enrich the Blood
Yon will And Dr. Crook's CompeaaslNjrtw
npof Hoke Kant to possess arrmier sal sew
U, cure you more speedily, and do yon
more good than any and all other rente
riles com bin. mI. That rule. Yellow,
It rkly-looUlngShln Is changed to one
of lreslme.su hi. U health. Those lilaeaaetl
of the Mil ii, riinnlea, fualalea.
Itlorehei met Krnniiona are removea.
Hcrofulu. Ncrolnloiis lisesiae ot tho
Kyea, vtiilio Hwellinsra, Uleera, Olsl
Stores or uny kind of ilnrnor rapidly
dwlntllpaml ulsappenr under liaiotluence,
1A lit Is it T It Is nature's own restorer!
A suliib.ei oxyd at Iron combined with tho
medloiuaJ proiiertlescrt PokeKootdivestedj
ot hll disagreenble qitnlllles. It will euro
any uinphx wnoae reutor aireci cause is
Itml lllouil. Illicnniatlam. rstiaia
l.uiiba or llnneM. 4'onall t n tlona broken)
down by Mercurial or ot tier poisons, are
all cured by It. For 8yphill.or Hypkl
Iltio iiiini.inereianotlilng eiiuat lOli. as
trial will provo It. bold by
(iEOKUE W. WSSON, McArthar, Ohio
TH E WEEKLY SUN is too widely known
to reoinre any extended recommendattonj
but Ihe reasons which have already give II
Ally thousand subscribers, and which wilt,
we hpe, give it many thousands mors, srs
biieflyss follow, t
It is a Hrtrnti newspaper. Ail tne oewsoi
tha day will be found in it. condensed when
unimnnrtnni. at full lenilth when of moment.
ann a'waya presented In a clear, intelligible,
and tnteiesting manner.
It is a lirs;-rte family paper, ion or snier
tnining and instructive resding of every kind,
but containing nothing that can ottend tne
most Hellenic and scrupulous taste.
It is a Hrm. rate story paper. The best tales
snd romances o' current literature arscara
fully selected and fg'bly printed Id Wa pages.
it la a nrtrate anciuiurii paper. no
most lreh and instructive articles on egrl
-ultiird topics regularly nppenrin this de
it is an indenendent nolitienl paper, belong
ing to no party and wenrirg no collar It tights
for principle and the election of the best men
loornce II especially nevoies lis energies io
he exposure of the great corruptions that
now weaken and rilsgrsce mil country, and
ihrentcn to undermine republican institutions
altogether. It hua nolenr ol knaves, and asks
no favors of their siriportera.
It report he fashions for the ladles and the
murkets for the men. especially the cattle
markets, to which it pnys particular attention..
Kiunlly. it is the cheapest paper published
One dollar a year will .(cure it for any sub
ciiber. It la not necessary io get up aclnb
m order to have THE Wr.EKLV HON at this
rale. Any one who sends a single dollar wi II
get trie paper for a year
fifty-six column-, truly 1 1 a year. -Ke dn
counts from thisrnle.
THE kKMI-WEEHI.T St!t'.-?ame
iao as Ihe I'Hily 8un. tS.OOayesr. 'A dis
count of SO per cent. In clubs of 10 or over.
THE DAILY NUN. A large lour page
neaspuper of tweui -eight eoli mps. fiady
circulation over 120,O0O. .l the news tbr
9 cents, biibacripuon price SO cents a month,
or a II a year- To clubs ol 10 ur over, a dis
count of 20 ner lent.
Addrcaa "THE 8UN, New York City.
3kTea nmjnt a CO'L '?!.,u Caswhru ike
SMAiCVJV s,iagB H.rrM .r 11,... .b.al
J J arrr .a Ik. .lij.l. l.fk.1
' l. wa ih. ....Ifyiieai, wliailie
ttUMt ilM?.rt.. I. rraSssl.t ..4 pnuili .S..rl.(,
hva pr..r. Ik. .owplr.tos,
Thl.l s as laurMUol work .tlwe k..4rH ass .lily
Jiigei, with Buawrau. .ocr.ri.g., ..4 M.ulo. v.l.abl
Dtorm.ll.B fur tboM wkoar. Bi.rrld,.rMolapl.i.w.r
ri.s. 8UII It I . s book th.t.ugbt t. a. k.pt nnant took
naa key. a.4 Wlltld wr.l.Mlj .k..t lb. ko.M.
llAinuiia. th. .ipcrlcac &d Mte..f b yhrriel
sw r.p.t.Uoa I. .rl4 M, Ba4.k..Uk.la Ih.rrt.
v.u drftw.r of ertry meie mna temnie thrub.stlk. ..tin.
lob. ll.WBr.e..rylhl.s .a th. ..Meet et Ihe a
r.tir. ...teal tta.t 1. worth kaowlBg, aaa mmn the Is
S.t publl.hod la ..t .thee work.
Sent l. nnj as. (fro. et posuge) ter rift. CbUj.
Iddm. Ur. Iiui' UUp.awr;,NB. las. KlikUl stntt
St. Lout., It.
Notice to the Affliced and Unfortunate.
Veror. applets, to Ih. B.kwk.. ..k. wk. adrortlM ta
snbll. p.Mr,,.r .tiof eaf B.aek r.me.1. per... Dr.
Bum' work no m.iuir wlut ..urdiMM.!., .r bow Sopssr
tol.j.ur ooBdlli...
Dr. B.tu Meuplr. a io.bl. k..M f tw..l..MTcw
nomfil etnioreea by Mai..r Uj. wmI Mlobrou BM.I.
lfnl,t Ulaooa.iry ... Ia,.po..o4 ... be.B
lulled perM.allv or by walf.o. lb.au(Mi n.tl.a la
III work.. Urnc .nd parlors, M. II g. Klghlb atnab
MtWMalisrk.lBailCkua.l,SkLi., a..
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galpolis. McArthur
& Coumbus Ralroad Co.
A LI, parties having subscribed lo the esp
il.ital stock ot ihe O.. McA. A C. R. R. are
hereby requited to make payment to IheSee
reiaryoitne company, at nis omce o ine
Public Square, in Ualliuolis, Ohio, ot if more
convenient, to lianiel Will. President of the
Vinton County Bank, at McArtnur. Ohio.
nn installment ol five dollars on each share
o subscribed, within tea days of this dale.
Angus! 10. 1871.
6 McA. AC. R. R.Co.
dec 171.
STOCK and Ore Scale, as good as nsw, (sr
isle at very low price. Call en
H.O. JONE8 attorney.

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