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THURSDAY. AUG. 27, 1874.
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Ha w!l el-.p lid t S. Junction, Lot
laad,iireauoeld. Cttilliootns, tUmden, Athcn
auii aeon's Laoding only. No. 8 Will amp ai
aVetl'a Lsidiag, Kaw England, Athens, Ham
dsa, Cbiiticothe, Greenfield; Vienna, blan
euetsr, LovelaU'l, Madiora, Madiaonville.
aklay aad CuroiniBSVille.only. Nia. Sill
rill atop al 0. A B. Junction, MutiHOnville,
evelsed, Sreenneld, Chillicotlis, Hamdcn
Athens aad Ucati's Landing ODljf. Kos. 14
ill make all the alopa.
The Za'.eskt Freight gulng east. leaves Chil-J
a noma, an w a ni ., naixviuasa J, nun
kind Kuraace, Ml H.imdea, arrive 10 us
4part lit til McArthur.arriva 10 07; ilppart
Il U; Viatoa.arritoil AT Orpart li .Sup. m.;
Salaaki, 1 00 (ioiDK wet, lea Znlf.iki at
I aop oa.; Tintnn Kuraaca, t i"; McArthnr.
I U; Hanlra, 4 Hn-tilmil Furnaua, 4 M;
Bavafilu, i: VhillH'Oiha, T H.
Traiaa oa na run ihmuu in bkaw:ii
Will leaf a llarnilt a at T 24 a. m. and i IS p
afrumi i
a. li. Ka
; at Portamnuthal lu 20a. m. an. I i 14
a. ii. KaturainKtrnina will leave I'or'mnumn
akiUOa. m and 1 M p. m., errnlug tu Hum
aan at 11 no a. ro. and a us p. m.
Traina oeinel al L,nelaurt for all point" on
aba Little Miami Rittlroml, tnri hI the Iml un
apolie and CinuinnHli Itailioad Junction for
all pomta Went; at A then-, with the Colum
ella and Hocking Volley Knilrnail.at Parkera
kurg witk Iba Baltimore k Ohio Kailrnnd.
Generul Superintendent.
Agricultural is the mot
lieful, the most healthful, the
most noble employment of man
Advices from Northern Tex
ts Bay the crops are very fine
in that section, and travel to
that State very heavy.
Note shivers succeed finan
cially because iney "use so
much interest" in their besi
Dattoh, Ohio, has SOS grain
elevators. The grain, however,
is elvated in its liquid form.
"Can't they train Chinamen
to eat Grasshoppers?" is tht
conundrum propounded bv in
teres tecf "partieajn the West
Tub sun direct upon' the
nood or fruit ia not necessary
to their perfect ripening;. Yet
the vine as a whole should have
the full and free benefit of buii
and air.
The grape loves a deep, mel
low soil, which should be thor
oughly pulverized.' Adrysjib
soil is an absolute necessitv; it
this be a compact clay reten
tive ot moisture, the remedy if
Never strike a colt when
yoa aru-breaking him. Push
him sideways or any wy. Let
kirn lie down it he will but
don't strike him.
Osi cow of a herd may bp
dear at twenty dollar?, another
eheap at 520O. Different cows
in the same-herd, with fame
leed and treatment every way,
often vary 100 per cent In ibe'r
It every farmer and farmer's
ion would plant one 'tree each
every yar, and every farmer's
wife ,and daughter cultivate
half a doeen flowers each, how
much brighter the country
would be.
Always manage to have the
cow eating when she is beinp
milked, and when thus occupi.
td she lets down her milk freer
and is less liable to kick or
move about wren she can g've
her whole attention to the milk
er. The advent of the grasshop
per causes our entire social fab
ric to tremble. "Maria," writes
a young-Minnesota farmer lo
his girl dow n in Maine, BIm
afraid we can't get married this
year; the grasshoppers threat
en to elean ut my crop."
A tine polish for boots may
be made as follows: Mix to
gether two pints of vinegar and
one pint of soft water; stir into
it a quarter of a pound of glue,
broken up, half a pound of log
wood chips, two ounces of
green coperas, and an ounce ol
the best isinglass. Put the
mixture over the fire and let it
bojl for about ten minutes. Af
ter straining it bottle and cork
it. When cold it is fit for use.
AJreaaieaaaeata Uaartaal at fair price.
Dr. J. Walker's California
Ylnoirar Bitters are a purely Vez-
etableprcpnration, made chiefly from
tlie nativo ncrns louuu on mo lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada niouu-
talua or taiuurma, tuo meaieiuru
properties of which aro extracted
tbcrefrom without the- uso of Alcohol.
Tbn question ia almost daily askod,
" uat is tuo causo or tuo unpar
alleled succe&a of Vinegar Bit
ters t" Odr answer is, that thoy
remove the cause of disease, and
the patiout recorora hU health. They
are tha great blood puritlor and a
life-giving principle, a perfect lteno
vator and Iuvigorator of the (ystem.
Never before in tha history of the world
ha4 a medicine loon compounilud pos
BeMins the remukailo qualities of Vm-
eqar Ditters ill huuliug the sick of
every disease mm U heir to. They are
a eentle l'ureulivo ai well as a Tunic.
relieving Congestion or Intluuimution of
the Liver and iscerui urguua, in umous
Tlio properties of Dr. Walk
er's Vinkoar liiTTKRsnre Aporiout, Dia
phoretio, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diurctiu, Sedative, Couuter-Irritaut,
SuitnriMo ..!-, and Anti-nilinn..
(iratcfnl Thousands proclaim
ful InviKorant that ever sustained
tuo sinking system.
No Person can tako these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not udstvoyed by mineral
poison or otner muaus, ana vital or
cans wajtod hevond rnnair.
Bilious, itemittent, and In
lernuuent i evers. which ore so
prevalent In the valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially thoso of tho Mississippi,
uuio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo.
rado, Brazos, Rio Grando, Pearl,
Aiaoania, uoouo, savannan, no-
inoko, James, and many others,
wim tuoir vaui inout.tries, turougu
out our entire country during tho
Summer find Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
beat and dryness, aro invariably ac
compiled by extensive derance
incuts of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal vjscora. In their
treatmeut, a purgativo, exerting a
powcriui lntiuenco upon tueso vari
ous orsans, is essontiallv necessary.
Thero is no cathartic for tho purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
. Birnsfts, as they; will speedily remove
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the boweU are loaded, at the samo time
lumuiating tho secretions of the bver,
and generally restoring tho healthy funo-
uuus oi me digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
ii.nkqar jjiTTKRb. . jno epidemio can
take bold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indizestion. Head
ache, l'uiu in the Sbouldors,. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Iiiizinest, Sour
tructations ot tuo btciuacn, Had Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
ana a nunurcu otner puintm symptoms,
aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will provo a better guarantee of iU
merits tbuu a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipolas, Swelled
M'cK, Uuitro, bcrotuluus In (laminations,
Iuduleut IulIamniatioDs, Mercurial alfeo
tions, Old Soros, Eruptions of the Skin.
6ore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, WALKKR'S VlN
Boar Bitters have showu their ercat cur
ative powers' iu the most obstinate and
Intractable caes.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Itncumatisni, Gout, Bilious, Kemit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseasos
of tho Blood, Liver. Kidneys aud Bladder.
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Porsons
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 doso of Walker's
Vinegar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
iciier, saii-uneum, uiotcnes, spots, nui'
pies, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Kinir
worms. Scald-head, Sore Eyes, L'rynipo
iM, itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
Thatovcr name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
snort time uy tne uso oi tnese Hitters.
Pin, Tupe, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are elfectually dostroyed and re
moved. Kb system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
svstom from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, injonng
or old, married or singlo, at the dawn of
womannooa, orino mm oi me, tnese ron
io Bitters display so decided an influence
uat improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
inrougn tne skin in I'imples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when von tinu it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell
you when. Seep the blood pure, and tha
ceana ot tne system win loiiow.
. n. II. 9UDOK LO ii CO..
DrupplBta & Gen. Agfa., San Frnnciaco. Califor
nia, & cor. or w&aiunirton and inarlton staM.x.
bold by all Uruuglata Bud Ucslara.
Biamonds. Watches andTanCy Ooods.
TOULU re.peclliillv aaj to tha elllient of
Tf vmton un mat ne naa enlarged ma Mock
i -'nng one of the mrKVut in the btalc. Uur
b .aineaa haa increased eerjr Tear up lo the
firexeot tune and we leel thanklul to the pub
icfor pa-tifHora,and are determined lo keep
a large .lock of eter) thing uunl' found in
a Hrvi-cara Jewelry bio re, and will keep the
fined alock of Kold and aid id ailer, ylo the
beat Plated Uooda, aa low aa aoj bouse iq the.
We keep all Ihn different hranla of Amen
pan Watche Hnw.rd. Unitel ntatea, Kljim.
Waltham and HprinKlif Id Miviufnrluree, tiuth
ia ld and niler cai-ee. Alav a Ihrga liueol
GOLD liilUlltl) W'AllOfS,
rrotn ii lo f.iuO.OO, aleo elUer from 111 to
fltn. Wehaea ri-iy reliable lull Jeaeled
dilter Match from SiAlotc.
A full line ol ll.gouda m our Una. or ntada
to oritur b) eipenriKed workmen.' Keaur
iuk will receive pBDnipt alb-nlii n
drop in aud aa ua. hotronHeto
bow good. S4ful
Ilnrnens, Saddles,
itrldlvfi, II all er s,
tliliM, Ius, Truce
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Ariiclei of Saddlery.
Mv rnerida and tha nnnlin aenera:iT are lnvil.
-i to rail and t-xaniine ni; alnck aud pn
fa I make foot honest work, use Ihe
lest tovk.and aell at the ery loweal pricra.
and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warranted ai Eepresented.
1. i. TBI,
Foreign 1 and American
VatchLMate rials,
Watch Makers'
Old Walcb Coaea and old Gold and BUver
Dick's Encvclopkhia of Practical Rk-
ai era ami I'aoi tsBts. CnntaininKn.l'za prao
Meal receipts, written in a plnin and pnpuhir
nnii'ner, and illustrnted nh explanatory
ondcutH. Hflnil a romprehenslve houkof
ri-lerenre lor tl;e men-linnt, nmnutiip.turer. r
nin, amateur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and uomestic economy
I he scope of tins work ia entirely riinVrenl
iroin liny other hook oi the kind. Heshtea
'leinir a complete and n Inn si indispenaible
hrokof rclVreme fur the thousand and one
I'cceiptM and articlea needed m every holla"
hold, farm, Harden, etc., it include tlwr and
easily mi'liirstoiid directions for III amilica
linn of many of the arts utuiallynrqiiirt-doiily
ny IntiR exnorieoce, and so invested of le h
niclmlitifH, or ihe lechiiiciililiea ot terms used
so hilly explained aa tn bnnv the entire sllb-li-ct
within the cnmprehrnion of anx parson
'f ordinary liitelliHFm e. rroniiineiil ainoiu
ihe immense masa nf aubjecta I rented qf in
ihe book are the lullowinii:
The Art ol U)einv, llnrd Bolt and Toilet
wapa, mnntng, lusiiiiaunn, imiiHIiou l.ni
uiirs, which, (,'oriliuls r.nd Hitlers, Older.
HrewinR, ferufmery.Flavorinf Essnce,elc
osmeiien, iimr I 'van and Washes, Pomades
md I'ertiiMiod tills, Tooth Pnwderai etc., 8y.
nips, Alcohol and Alcoholrhetry, petioieinn
ind Keroaene. hleachina and Cleaning. Vin
'iir, Haiicea, Catsups mid Hickela, lleceipta
nr the liiinlen, To KemntaMHina.Spntn.etii.,
I'yrolechny aud Kxpleaives, Cemenla, etc,
ViUerpronnii. ArliHcls, Gems, luka anil
iVritiiK Kluiila, Anllttie Volora, Paants and
numenia, i ainiinunani i-nper-nanainif, Ka'
nmineand Whiteaash, Varnishiiiu and Pol.
-n nw. imbriea art, JapnnmiiK and Lacniier
ra, Moot and llnrnesa llls-kinn, PhoioK'aphv,
letnlx and Alloys, mlUing, Nilterinji. etc .
Klis'lrntypini;, Klcc'tn plalinfe, etc., Pkleni
ledicines, Medirnl Receipts, Weights and
Measure.1. 6U7 pages, rcyal octavo, clnlli.
i-nce 5,i ' I iimar
UlCh A FITZGER ALI1, Publnshera, N. V.
Worth and Beauty,
Raving control of the mnnniflcent ail chrn
ino, Yo Semite, we are able tn oltara comhm
tint, of literary and ariistic. worn ol euuine
wimn, sun a. pncea linpreieoenieu
This Itnecopy of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, la not presented in Ihe usual Inn.
iled style, its dimensions, Ux'.ll, making I
picture ol very deairnblc ie in itself.
.ftAfialrl hi' I tw niMiAnai t
Ha aria j i - iirrt-ivv-.
Hut alesv cpAnee of this beautiful I hromo
win jo aunweii 10 go lo ihe retail stores, am
iliose will lie sold si iheir
Actual Retail Price, SU.OO,
which if oide-ed in connection with our Mag
tiiue, both will be furn'shed for
As a nremitiiu the picture may be obtained
sending un iwo auuacn pnona ior ilia Niig
line al one iIdiIhi each, nr by subscrbing In
lie .Magazine two years in advance, at oue
lulinr per annum, address,
Newbuiuh.N Y.
8, E. 811 1 TEH, Publisher. f sepl
Wm, GAREETSOti, & CO.,
0dd Fehoyvs' Block.
colujjbus, '; pmo.
Publisheri 0
And otner a '
Standard Religious Work4,
Canvaaaing Ageota wanted In ayerTcouo
n the t'DiUsi Bhuea. - ' ..!
Formerly 01 Bandaa.)
NNOCRCU to bis friends 10 Vinton and
Ladjoiaing counties that he hashou.hi lha
Hotel Formerly Kept bj Chas, Bmith
Three doors waal cf Madisoo.on
FRONT; bT, .
He hat feBtteTil thronvhoak sad is ripe oared
10 entertain lha Uaveling public at rcaauneblc J
v .
i oK- 7
?t;j .i, fill
North -east cornel of Main and Jacksoa itraeti
GEO. W. BKUNTON, Proprietoi
Carriages, jiuyuiet. Expresses, etc
dona to order oa short notice.
Painting and Trlmmlna
ol sil kinds executed in the neatest aud most
artist u style.
ncrAi KUM. 01 all klnda In my line will be
promptly and neatl. dona.
work dons aituia esiabllshmcnl is war
Milted to he silhalantial. Mil UD solid and tin
cu'adio tha moat workii4ulika manner, not
o oe exceueu in any reK?ct t)y soy other es
tabliahuientin Ibecotntry.
Manufacturer of
Uflntest, most fashionable and elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry.
I make it a point to do all my work of the
best material, and atnnd second to none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no appieutica
hoys about my establishment, and I ran not
tail lo please any person ho wanta the beat
turnout made in Ihe country. I refer with
pride to my customers throughout Houtnern
Ohio aa to the-character of woik coming
from my factory, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perleut satisriclpin.
All Kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing:, Repainting Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies ana Expresses,
Uft with ma for snle, repaired and almost aa
( gnodaa new,vouie of them
"""lOjul 18TJ
American Institute,
.' KtlR. ,
Embroidering and Tinting Machines
"I; is Ingenious aud will meet lha wanta ol
every luaiion 10 the hind.1' .
..' Exhibition of 18T2.
JohnTE. Onvit, Kee Heo'yj F A. Mamarrt',
I'res j1 Samuel 1. Tilmnn, Corresponding
oeo'y. s
New York, November ?0, 187a
This simple end ing-inoi a machine ia as
useful as the sewing machine, a.id ula-i be
colning popular with ladiea, m Ihe ph.ee 01
expensive ntedle work, ita work being much
mure handsome, requiring tntii h leas time
and not one-tenth pari li e expense. No la
dyV toilet is complete without it A machine
with illustrated circular and lull instructions
sent on receipt of 12 or Butshed iu silver plate
lor 12 78.
Address, The IlIrKee Manufacturing; Co.,
Lxwniinnjr. new IOIK
Two American Magazines
The excellence of American Magasines has
become 10 well recognised abroad, that one
nf the lending Fnglish pap, rn, the London
Weekly Hegisier, in a recent Issue, thus
l.d.llynri.n.lU..'. It .. I. I ...
v.. . ...iir, c .llilillllj;
" He an rnasrai'aed lo nnm thai VKIBSEH'S
St' NTH I Y nirr oMsnruenjnmrto1 our tliil
ling vumlhln trrialt or vriHrnary of illtutrnlim oad
j iy Hn-m.. Jf w WMfH, a WVniWTptt HAUfla.
irorA Sitthitig am b awe cknrmiwj l;an Iko rnl
full of font and rimr; (As liakl and ajbnfa an, tiuia
mjnl kM a frny artttltc fourr. Out of Hi out nad
Urnttg original oridea, im ' do nut hum aiicA
-I - I I S . 1. , -II
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excels the Knglih Msgniines, but It la Hit
arm ly ' mnmcua iwowaiiea.
In the extent, variety and artistic, excel
lence of its illustration of American themes.
It has niverbeen even itnnrA.iih.,1 mi,..k
less excelled It has a larger puce and giies
a greater variety ia Its eon'ents than any oth
er of the SlanJard American Monthlies
In literary rhnmcter, and in the brilliancy
Dmlalnlil.nlil. V.it ..i .. I ......... . i. . J
...... ... . u.,i...i m, uepni.iuenis, 11 en
inva nn annul rA.A..iltiAiti.s
ItH eitnifnetnra alt. plu.l utnh , k.. HnIi. .
- ------ - " nuriiiiiir mill
of making it tlulxttmanruineliitln world, of which
.if. nn, ui-irr sir m moment ii.gt atgnt, and
they point with pride and llenaiire lo the
M y and .lirae"niunherr, lecently leaued, and
ask foe thain a r, o M . 1 1 . 1 Aaminatin
" -- . m . niiiiu.iiiiy -mi nrmo
fill comparison of thefr merits with those nf
...nr, niniiiHiirB, nui, hij renew inetr pie"ge
n, mip iunnu, 10 strive ior situ nigner excel
,ruv iii tup iiiinre.
A cnnnderable demand has recently arisen
in England for Ht Ntchp'aa, bcnbiier'i New
nagiiaine ior noys and till la, v ne publisher
ueatnng 10 ectre an edition of three thou,
sand of first bond voltme (when completed,)
The.Hiicceas in th a eo'ilntrV olRt. Ki, hnlas
naa nn awyin . n . i . l i . i .. . .
. .. v., reiin.riiHiiiv innn inai or
fenbner a Monthly. It la pronounced. 10 l-e
'Iflai tl4Ml ur us .. . . ' K ' 1 .
. 1 V"-' .nr..". jvi uoinini! eiid,Hnis
the case with all llie be III er J lire for chll-
ieu, 1. una neen i unu 10 possess surpassing
.. i ,.,r (rnwD-np. r-snej,. ss well.
I he lhfliani.A..V ik. MMA. I-.I. t l. - j
- - ,iw ,'tiiuww.ib 11 .us nny
can H-srcely he estimated, especially upon
Krnrimniui .1 rUH Sllll MfSU nCrS
csnnolsltnrd to be indiHetenl to this influ .
ence, or careless in relation lo Ihe character
"toaiure lllrnished to lha rhildien
''" " irwinii in ri. pilcn-
0 aa not onlv are history, natural philosophy,
1 term lira. ftn. ....i r'.A ' ''
. . j . " "lanTiiacmres pre
ented man altraefve way to young reailels
but the children are stimulated lo aeek In'or
mation foi ihemselvia
. The publishers will send to any address a
spe-imen r.uniher of t. Nichnlaa. polaue
nrenaid a. ik-i i, .fi....,,,. . i. .
of paeranil printing. The msgniines are
" uy an nr.t-ciHsa bookseilurs and ncaa.
uraicii,, cTrryanee, ,
C.HirVPB'H anki-at v m , 1.
Bi- i -u. i ,u ' a year; aoca no
B0EIMEB4CO654 Broad w'y.lf.I
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs 1
lareert Stock! rrnitutFlower Hates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
I - .1
no sere; T?d year, IS greenhouses, f ear
Apple, l.uoo 1 jr., xi S y. SM; Bj. 4o;i, tMt
i catalogues, so cents. -Sliuutm
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted arervahsre. Bnaraeaa strict
ly legitimate.' I-aniculara free. Address J
WORTH, 8t Uais, Me- Sasaptl? i
FAhMBHB 8b iuIiI not fail t") ex
amine the patent farm gaU for
which lieorge W.' Bron ton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson countj It is the lest
nd cheapest gate erer designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less thaa be. oil fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine 'it when joa
re ia Mc Arthurs
La Crease de la Crease. f 4. l-rice, (On,
Cnulaiiis a the fen, han-eP lie, by
Kubei The Break nl iay, Keverie, by
Arditi; La Halltnna, Polka by Lichner;
When tha Swallow. Homi ward Uy, by
Oesten; Eap egleries, Caprice by Egg
b ril i pieeee fur Wo.
I.n-rrne U r A Qde lav
tresne.1 II L M re.6.
Coi.iatna It e lollna ng music; 60c.
Mnuniain blreain, t'apnee, by 8. Pmitht
Count on Jia Galop, by .lacohyj Urn si1'
oea, Romance, by Thalberg; I'annng
Leaves Inst , by Mattel May BreeSes,
lnl , by I., nge "i pieces for Mo.
I on iih- Hie following music.' 60o.
Chsnt lu Hivouo, 'I ramsrlptlon, by
Keltereri Thine Own, Mnlodie, by
lyings. pieces for 60c.
nk ins the following muaat. prico. Sue.
Two songs by Hsys, two by Llanka, one
by Matwood. a Sscied Qua'tette by
Tnomas, a Fourhand Fieoe a Quick
step, an rasv March, and beautiful
r aclasis, by Kink el. 10 pieces for Sua.
Petere'n ft 0 T D A I II MnslreJ
.tloaihly.r Ud I r A I Uie. 81,
contains the following music, price, 30c,
Two new songs by Hays, one by Pratt,
one by Stewart, a tno lor female voices,
by Abt: a Sacred Quartette by Panka,
two Polkas, apretiy Walls, and a March.
II plecea for 30o.
Addreas J L. PFTERS, P. O Box,M29.
to H roadway, New Vork, opposite Melrop.
olliun Hotel. '
Teas,! Teas!!
P. 0. Box, 1287. ; New York
ROBERT WELLS, President.
OOI 0 o. ,
Black, 40, 50. CO. best 70 cts. . per lb
Green anr)'Black. 40. 50, GO, best 70c 1 8
Uncoloreil, 00. 70. 80. 00, best $1.00.
Green. CO. 70. 80, 00. best $1.10 per lb.
Green, 50, GO, 70. 80. 90. 1.00 best $t .05
Green. $1.10 best $1.30 per lb.
Hnglish 'Breakfast
Black. CO, 70, 80, 00, best $1.00. per lb
N. B.-We hive a speciality of Garden
II Jll, and (KII.iiNi., Rxlra choice. JI.W.
Our Teas ate put up in one pound pack
ages. Willi the kind an I price printed on each
AUEVl WANTED to get up dubs to
sell our teas tn lauuliea, hotels, boarding
houses and others. In writing lor terms or
sending orders, be particular to address the
President of Ills I'omp tny, ibiia:
Ho. 43 Vise; HU, New York
'Wears rem pelted lo n quest his, as other
ptiMies have imilnted out him nwue.
Pure Concentrated Potash,
Of double Ihe strength of any other
I have recently perfected a new method of
packing my Pntssh or Lie. and am now pack
ing it only in bulls, the coating ol whi.-h will
saponili, and does not inline the snap. It Is
luickeil in boxes containing 24 and 4H one lb
liill, nnd in no other way. Inrecttniis in
e ngllsh and Cernian for making hard nnd
soil snap with Una potash uccnmpanv eac
package II. T. 11 A II II ITT,
(14 to 84 WaBhln.tou Hi., N. V.
23nprle74 ,
Insnxrance Department
Comdmbus, Fobrttary 10th, 1874.
T7HEREJ9 Ihe New Enghnd Mutual Life
v Y Insuriin-ieronipnny located at Hnsion, in
me .-nine oi niassacntiseit, Has nieil in this
om. ea awotn sti.temeni by the proper om
'era thereof, showing lis Condition and bnsl
ness ami has con plied in all other reapecta,
wim me ihws oi nits nisie, relating to I. lie in
anrance l oir.panies, organised bv act of Con
gresa, or bv or under Ihe laws of any other
.-ista oi the linlted .-tales.
Now, therefore, in pursuance ol law. I,
uiiain r. Liiun n, aiiperintenuent m insur
ance ol the Slate of Uhin. do Perehv ceriiiv
tliatsnid I'oinpanv is authorized to tiansact
li appropriate busiaes. nf lite insurance in
Una si de in a enrdance wit h law, during the
current year. The condition Bod nnsineaa ol
said company at the dnte of alien statement
V'eceu.uerit, i7a.) la shown aa follows;
Aggregate amount of adn.itied as
eeiN,iiiiluding the sum ol IA2U9,.
9-Ja M m preiiiiiini notes and
Inane held ev ihe company on
polioiee in force, 12,070,110 81
aggregate amount at lianiltlies. In
cliiUiug; S)i .iiii.Glo uu for re In-
sunince reserve 11,328,799 10
amninii ni mi ome ior the precad
ing yar in cash . 2,481,876 92
Amount oi premium no'e of in.
dime for the preceding year 800,213 82
Aninuui oi expenditures lor the
pieceiltng year in cash, 1,607,687 38
Amount of premium note expen-.
'dikirea for the preceding vear.'1 387.810 18
(L. f.) In witness whereof, 1 have hereun
to stibsi-rib. d my name, and paused the seal
ofmy office to be affixed the. nay and year
aoove written.. , , WM.CHUKCH.
' ' ' " Htlperlntendent.
joaa i. mriK, ageniat McArthnr, u. "
TEA AWENTe wanted in town anil country to
sen I KA, or. get up club orders, for the lar.
goat Tea Company in America. Importers1
prices and inducements to agesta. hand for
circular. Address, HtiKF.KI WELLS. 43
VeaeyMi., N. Y P. O Box 12K7 . . .
-T CarWrae I'aioa, Heory. Vard eecher,
ctitior, oi uui xorn tasi, says: "rartlea wisn
ing to get ur clubs, aad ail who can get or
ders for tea, should write him for a circular "
3 Srw York H etils TrOwaa nl Hen1 3d. savst
"All 'Oranges' should write Robt. VV ells lor
Tkt Bctiht, of Sept. 20., sa)S; "Robt. Wells il
inorougniy rename." KMpr
Cottage Color. Paints,
t.OO to HUM) per Gallon.1 ''
9iocsDi Oil, - - -:r - Oepergal.
Fias Pauoi 11.18 per gal.
Works in sll Paints at Boiled Linseed, only
60.1. per gal. . , ,
ENGINE OIL, - - -. - - . '.'. , T6
Bend for cards of colors and circulars,, . ,.
"' Bole Agents,
' S3aprl874 . '' . ., n
Ooue Neatly and iruniptlj
T T !
If You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a pin no,
Want to sell a enrringe,
Want to bur or sell alarm.
Want a board lux place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry. goods or carpets,
Want to Mud customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will Keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
: Advertising inuKes success easy,
Advertising begets courltlence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising meap8'biz,,
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise' long,
Adveriise well,
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
JVo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, h
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Some merchants suy it is not worth
while co advertise; fur no person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this cuunty will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
hy its suggestion, if ho has anything to
oiler W'.rth advertising How much
mure then will those rend them who
tire not so largely supplied w th reml
ing mutter, are at leisure ''n the even
ing, and must depend un their pnper for
their local news, tha must iu portnnl
item ef which is where they can find
just what they want when they enme to
ttiwn to make their purchases. Ifyoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style thut it is worthless, or if it it run
down bo that you have nothing left that
people would w.nt, it is not worth
while fur you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, tip to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but pulilish to the
world thut you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement 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
tnanent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the mine's of men until
it becomes more valuable than 'any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a wateh, a dog or a child,
nr if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
Che advertisement But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out Calculating how much you (.re los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the pubho wish to be
convinced of their error, just lei them
civo puhlicity to soma .matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
evert in the most obscure corner of h
cnuutry pnper, ahd see what notoriety
they Would soon' attain. Advertiser',
Gazette . i
jADVKBTisiso is apt tp, givers that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells us!
thn( we want is new suit of clothes, for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this pasaage and lay
the paper upon her busbaud'a.break
fast plate. Who will say that advertising-will
not yetoivilize die world!
E;. '- .:. ' I I
: Why 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 ,they
want. To see if the season's styles
have como in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chanee of an suction. For hmuseuient
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
llecause they want to. Because they
can't help It. Ohio' State Journal
' Tbb power of prlut is well known,
bat not 'well understood. A printed
sentence; has a wonderful advadtage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives In. importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well es they
might the capacity to influence, to Dr
suade, to convince which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence ;t even then fads away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed Bat there is some
thing in the silent language, the auiel
assertion and the sense nf permanenoe'
about printed matter 'which gives it a
marvelous force and infloernre. .Busi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose eieht of what ma ha
accomplished by a perseverinf use of
the, printing proses,,! Losjtn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when 'and
where" of it, and yo 'J Jwilf h'ite
knowledge worth naviij.
In Zaleski
THE Zaleski Company, with avlewtoth
development of the local Interests of Zales
ki, to secure its pernianenLpiosperity, Md 1
add la its populsnori and wealth, are soar
ortoiing lo actual setlleia, town Iota and brm
Isnda at low priee. and en liberal tsnaa. .
Persons desiring to examine Ihe property
sod lo buy cheap houses will apply al lb
Company's offices to
R. THOMPSON, Manager.
Zaleski, Ohio, Hay IS, ll. i If
Which is adapted to
All Sewing Machines, t' j
NOTIflR particularly the slai p or H.T.
GOOIiRICU. Chicago. Ilia., with Ave patent
stamps. II. 1. (.OODKK II,
OlMceand salesroom 106 Blate at., fhs'Sgo,
Mis. JSaugit
If 70U are Suffering from any
Brokcu Down Constitution,-
Or require a Remedy to
Pnrifjr aud Enrich toe Wood,
Yon will find Dr.Crook'aCompnndsyra
Up of Poke Knot to pos.eas grrattrr SMria
it, cure you more speedily, and do you
more good thnu any and all otuer re ma
il lea coin hi net). That Pale, Yellow.
R rkly.looklnaxRitin j, oliatiged to on
Of lreslmesa ni.d lienlth. Those Maeawes)
of tlie Nklu, Hlmplea, Puaitalen,
Illotrhea ami Kriipilone are removed,
rlcrofuln. Krroliilona Dlaenaiea uf tha
Kyee, W hile alwclllnrs, 1lrerwv
horeo or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle nnd disnppenr under Its Influence,
M lint la It? It la nature's own restorer!
A soluble oxyd of Irun combined with tha
niedlulunl propet tleaof Poke Itnot divested
ol all dlsagi-eeiibla qimlltie It will cure
any tUoHa wlioao rent or direct caosa la
lttul llloml. Khenmnllatn, lnlns 1st
down by Alorcuiltil or oilier poisons, are
all cured by It. For Hypnllla, or Mypsia.
Iilic Inliil, thero la nothing; eiiual tolU ate
trial will prove It. bold by
GEOBdB W. 8IS.SON, IUcArlbar, Ohla
THE WEEKLY SCN ia too widely known
10 require any extended recommendation;
but the rea.ona which hav already given il
11 ty thousand subscribers, and which will,
we hpe, aivo it many thousands more, are
bi jelly as fellows t
II i a flrtrst? newspaper. All Ihe news of
Ihe tiny will hefounil in it. condensed whan
unmiportiini.nt full length when of moment,
ami n'ways presented in a olear, intelligible,
and interesting manner.
Il is a Hrsl-nile family paper, full nf enter
taining and instruct ve reading nf every kind,
hut containing nothing that can edenit tne
most delicate and scrupulous taste.
II Is a Hrswrate story paper. The besi tales
and romances nf current literature arerara
fully aeleeted and eg'hly printed ir Ha pages,
Itia.a Hr-t-rate arn uliuril paper. 'Ihe
mostlre-h and inatructive articles nn sgri
i iilinr-l topics regularly appear in Ibis as
pnrtment. It is an Independent political paper, belong,
ing to no party nnd wenrirg no cellar II fights
for principle nnd the election of Ihe heat men
lo omen It especially devotes its energies to
the expusiire nf the great' corruptions that
now weaken and disgrace nui country, and
ifircuten 10 undermine republican luaiilulioas
altogether. It hna nolear ol knaves, and aaka
uo favors of ihetr eiriporterH.
It repiirtaihef.ishionafortheladies and Ihe
m irkets- for ihe men. especially Ihe ealtle
nmrkel. to which it iwya partlciilaralletilma.
FiiihIIv, it ia the cheapest paper published
Une dollar a year will secure it fur any aub--ciiber.
It is not necessary 10 i upaclub
m order to have THE WbfcKLI SUN al Ihia
rate. Any "ne who sends a aingle dollar will
gel the paper for a year
THE WEEKLY HTX.-Eight pagss,
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THE KK.MI-WEFKi.Y rll'Jf.-ame
-ixc aa the daily 8un. t2 0Osvesr. A dis
count of 80 percent, to clulis of 10 or over.
THE UAILY HIIN.-A large lour page
nenspaper of twetti eight volt mna. Iiaily
ciretiialinn over 180,000. il the news for
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or SO a year- To clubs ol lOur over, a dta
count of go "er ent.
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aad k,y, n .oilald aarala.ily abaat iba kauaa.
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wkaeareauiallosl) orld.Me. aad abaaM balsilH7ar.
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Kotlce to tie Affllc.ed and' Unftrttmats.
apeljlBf la Iba salarbaa aaaete aha advanlaa la
Sab le piijri.or uilu, any ,...k ranedlas saraea Br.
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sl.rareiMraariblieaaatry aad Xarapa.asdeaa aaeaii.
salted peraaaellr ar by aiall.e. ibadlaeaMa wanUoaad la
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M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galoplis McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
t LT parties havn( anbscribsd lolhe esp
lliUl stosk ol tha b.. McA.lA C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to thefec
retaryofthe Company, al his office on the
Public Square, in tialllnolia, Ohio, 01 if more
convenient, to Paniel Will. President of tha
Vinton County Hank, at McArthnr, Ohio, o
an installment ol rle dollars on each share
o subscribed, within lea days of this date.
August 10, 1871. ',1
Q MoA.AO. R. B.Co.
deo 1ST1. ....
STOCK and Ore Bcalea aa good aa new,' I
sale at very low priee. Call en
, BOVll
B.C. JIJNRS attorney.
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