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" M e A K I'll UK, OuTo"
rnunsDA y. sept. 10. m.
a aad eJWi Baxtssay Hay 48, lift, uohl fur-
sfler Bnircw-iraiBS will run a soiiow-i now.
8, , aod will ram dsilyi ill other train daily,
eateeat Suaaay: ,
Nu. 1 No. I
UIku. . Mull. Vast Lin
tineioaa... i tOsrn I t'n
3hillicoth.-....liJ M 1 ispm
Rishlaa F.r..ll 14 111
Vuaiiva - 1 1 l I W
roAaTBf B II 4
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fealaski-.. 11 I " I4I
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t ti
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tasp. Kuroa...18 M " IM"
IN11 80 "
01N0 WEST.
Kb. 8.
Cm. El
No. I No. I
Fill Lin. MaiL
" StaUBBS;
rsritribirt, ...... I 2i.ua 10 ufura
an Furaac... 1IIM" 1 lprn
&1KI 11 1 W
Tinles... 11 U 1 "
MeATa 11 SI 1U
fun ...-..ll li - t at
ichland Fur.. .11 44 " S 1
biUicth.l pra tsi"
leeianau ."' 8 14
12 xjam
12 84
12 41 u
12 U "
1 01 "
1 14
1 4 '
Ms. will itoo lid t 1 Junction, Lot'
bb4, Orwsafleld, Chillloolfle, Hamden. Athens
. sad Booil i Lending only. No. will stop al
Iwlt'l Landing. New England, Athene, Ham-
esa, CBillicoltte, uwnnna, Vienna, nisn
aaVr, Loveiand, Madiera, Madisonville.
aklsy aad Cumminsvilie, only. Noe. 618
will sloe at 0. M 8. Junction, Madiaooville,
Levalaad, Oreenrleld, Chlliicolhe. Hamden.
Atbh and btcott'a Landing only. Nos. 14 4
wUl make all the atop.
The lalttkl Freight going east, leaves Chil
Owelhe, all UU m.j aeysvt.le, 45; Rich
Mad Furaee, 24; Ham Jen, arrive 10 05
depart 1 24; Mc Arthur, arrive 10 67; deparf
B 12; Ymtoa.arrivall 67 depart 12 30 p.m.;
Baleski, 1 Of. Going went, leaves Zaleaki at
4 Mp.m.i Yinton Furnace, t an; MuArthur,
M Hsraden, 4 20; Richland Furnace, 4 64;
ftaysville, 8 gu: Chillicolhe, 7 10.
' Train oa the POKlaMOUni BRANCH
will leave HarodeoatT 26 a. m. and 2 15 p.m. ,
artTioc at Portsmouth at 10 20 a. m. and 2 16
5. m. Raturning train Bill leav Portsmouth
II 00 a. m aud I 66 p. m., arriving at Unm
eant 11 U a. m. and 6 06 p. m.
Trsin connect t Loveiand for all points on
(ha Utile Miami ttallroad, ud at the Indian
apoha and Cinulnnati Railioad Junction for
oil points Weal; at Athens with the Colum
bus and Hocking Valley Railroad, at Parkers
arg with th Baltimore A Ohio Railroad.
W. W.
General Superintendent.
, ''Children and tools tell Ibe
truth," says the Ohio Slate
Journal. We believe no one
ever accused Cotnly of being a
Cincinnati Times.
Something that can not be
aid or the editor ol the Times.
—Ohio State Journal.
Several regiments have been
lent to Sicily because of the
increase of brigandage and
general lawlessness. Court-mar.
tials have been established tor
the prompt punishment of offenders.
A minister once prayed: ( 0
Lord we thank Thee for the
goodly number here tr-night,
and that thou also art here not
withstanding the MnclemeiiCy
Of the weather."
Noble lords are scarce at
tha watering-place hotels, a'nd
cruel Western man accounts
for it on the ground that it is
not time for the barbers to
talce their summer vacations.
Tbkoeor Tilton's new story,
"Tempest Tossed," is selling so
rapidly that the publishers are
unable to keep it in print,
although three presses have been
running on it of late.
ClBciDBAti Commercial.
It a relaxation of Radical
rule in the South results in an
pidemio ot murder, the ques
tion will have to be considered
whether it will not have to be
applied a few years longer.
Qksbt II. Bellows, manager
of the Nebraska Department
Life Association of America,
was arrested last Monday even
ing for embezzlement.
To obtain, a postage stamp at
Niagara hotel requires a live
minutes struggle with two oe
groes and a bald head - book
keeper. '
A, if an advertises in a New
York paper ior a bar-keeper,
who must be recommended by
his pastor."
L '
. "Oh! ma. There's an angel
withr wings." MPshaw! that's
onty a Louisville girl with her
tart spread." ; r '
.Bebd Grcbb is the owner of
ft Newport yacbt; "so they all
hlcrr Canary Seed.
Tgj Queen didn't so. much
sjo oat in a tug to meet the
American base ballists. ...
Wby ought not a timepiece
to be oalled a tbiagQmrm? Be
oauseiti8 a witch you call it.
. II bar been noticed that
Bething' makes a woman laugh
id ranch as a new set of teeth.
, ,bi i
Tan nearest approaoh to - a
Confidence game is palling a
mole's tail.
The are so busy in Kansas
But they spell it 11 vvVtll." " '
Air afienhouKlit Desert.
W m i ii
Dr. J. Wulker's falii'ornia
Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chietly from
the native herbs found on the lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, the- medicinal
properties of which are eitractod
therefrom without the uso of Alcohol.
Tho question Is almost daily aslui,
" What is tho causo of tho uupar
allelod success of Vixega.k Bit
ters 1" Our answer Is, that they
remove the cause of disease, and
the patient recover Us health. . They
are the groat blood purifier and a
life-giving nrinciplo, a perfect Reno
vator and Invigoiator til' tho system.
Nevor before in the hiatory of tho world
ha a inedicino boon conipounded pos
sessing the remarkable qualities of Vim
soar Bitters in healing tho sick of
every disease mau U heir to. Tbcy are
b gentle Purgative as well at a Touio,
relieving Congestion nr liillauiinnlion tif
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Tho properties of Dr. Walk
er's Vinkuaji ltiTTKUS aro Aperient, Pia
phoretic, Carniinativo, Xutrilinus, Laxa
tive, Diuretio, SedutiVH, Counter-Irritant,
Suiln1'"'. '", n''1 4nti-Tl'lion.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters the most wondor
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
tho sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
boues are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other niwans, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers; hich are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivore throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Tcarl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savanuah, Ko
inoko, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during soasons of unusual
heat ar.d dryness, are invariably ac
coinpiiiiiod by extensive derange
ments of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscora. In their
troatmout, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon theso vari
ous organs, is essontially necossary.
There is no cathartic for tho'purpose
equal to Da. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily remove
the dark-colorod viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating tho Bocretions of the liver,
and gouorully restoring the hoalthy func
tions of the digostive organs.
'Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vi.nfoar Bittkrs. No epideinio can
tako hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head-
acho, Tarn in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Kru stations of the Stomach, Bad Tate
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Falpita
. tiou of the Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lnngs, Pain in the region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. Ouo bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swelling, Ulcers, Erysinolas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammation?,
Indolent Inflammations, Muicnrial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, eto. In tbeso, as in nil other
constitutional Diseases, "Walker's Vin
EqarBitters havo shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate and
intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plunlbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as lacy advance in life, are sub
ject to paralyBU of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
YrtEOAR Bitters occasionally. -For
Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Kheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boijs, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dng np and carried out of the system in a
short Lime by the.use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
larking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free" the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForFemaleComplaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, or the turn of lifo, these Ton
lo Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse tho Titiated Blood
whenever yon find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when yon find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; oleauee
It when it is foul; your feelings will tell
yon when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the wystem will follow. .
Droggiita & Gen. Agta., San Francisco, Califor
nia, & cor. of Washington and Charlton StaN.7.
. bald bjr all JDrutfglata and Dealer,
C F. r)UFKU,
!'"' ' -IMPORTER OF-
Diamonds. Watohes and Fancy Goods.
TTTOULD re.pectrully say to the etlliens of
TV vinion uo tnat nenaaeoiargeaniaaiocK
-aking oneof the largest in the Hiate. Unr
ksnnes has increased every year up lo the
fires eat time aad we lee! thankful to the pub
as for past favors. And are determiner! to keep
large stock ol every thing usual'y foond n
Hrst-iBB Jewelry more, and will keep the
nasal stock or gold tmn aoua snvsr, sjso tne
beat Plated Goods, as low as any house in the
We keep all the different brands ot Ameti
can Watche. Hovrd. TnuM Mates, Klxiti.
Wallham aod Hpnngficld Mauufai lure, tH,h
in gold and il er ciwes. Al-o a Inrxe line ot
GULI) lliPOKUl) W,lliit
frrota Ii' U fJ"0Ot -o HKer from $12 li.
ilAv. WfliU'i'H -tx nliHliif lull JcmhIwI
Silver Untrh ffni Slilr-1.
t t..ll .t oil . ,..i. t.r
on(tr , rt-t' "i w-rn M.eo- be(tMr
kownooda. ST;,a:
jui 1 1
Harness, Saddle, .,
Urldles, llnllDfi,..
W hips, rur. Trace
Chains, Hamei. and all
: Other Articles of Saddlery.
vtT inen.iaand the pnnlie grnem:! areinnl
I to rail and examine niy atoek and pn
-ea. I nuiko food hnueit work, line the
"et nlovk,and at 11 at the tr lowtl rici.
and mimurav luring, doue to order, and all
Work Warranted as Represented.
Foreign and American
Watch 'Materials,
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc.
Old Wfttrb Cased and old Uohl and Silver
Dick's Encyolopkhu of Practical Rr
osiftb imp Pkoche. ConlmniDK".- nrai-.
ticnl receipt", written in a plain and pnpnlnr
maimer, and illuatrnteil with explanatory
wood--euta. Being a comprehensive hookul
reference lor the merchant, mitnufncttirer, ar
lin, amateur and hounekeeper, inclinlinu
meuicme, nsrniacy nod uomestio economy
I'heacnpe of thin work i" entirely ilirtrcnl
from any other book 01 the kind. Bei-iiien
hem a complete and almrgt ImlirpentiMr
brok of reference for the thousand ami one
receipt, and articles needed in every liuue
hold , fiirm, garden, etc:, it includes clear Hnd
ennily nndemtood ilirectinn for the applied
tmn ofmanvofiho arte usually acquired nnl
hy long experience, and to iiivemed of tech
nichtilitieM, or the tecliniciilihei ol lerma uieil
so folly explained as to bring the entire auti
ject within the comprehension ofmiy persoi
of ordinary inlellijicuce. I'ruiniinenl hiiio.i
the immense mass of euhieela Irculeil of in
the book are the I'lllowinx:
The Art ot Dyeing, Hard Snlt and Tmlci
Soups, Tunning, InMillaiion, Imilntiou i.u
uora, Wines, Oordisla and . Hitters, filler,
llrewing, fernrinery.Flnvnnnii Essences, etc..
t. osmetic, Hair I'yes and Wa.hea, Fomitdr.
nod I'erluined UiN', Tooth Powders, etc, Hy.
tups, Alcohol and Alcoholinetry, Petroidin.
ii nd Kerosene. Bleaching and Clranin, Vin
enr, Hauces, Catsupa and Pirkels, hweipit
tor theliunlen, To d emote Minim, Hpot,ete .
I'yrolechny and Kxi lesiTee, Cementa. etc
Waterprootliig, ArtiHcwl, Oems Inks anil
Writing Fluids, Aniline Colors, Paints nnri
figments, I aiming nna raterhanging, Kh'
-nmineand Whitewash, Varnishing aod Pol.
ih ng, Lttbrioaiora, Jspnnning and Laeipter
irz.Hontnnd Hiirness Ulstking, Photngmphv.
Meinls and Alloys, folding, 8iyerin. etc
Rleolrntyping, h'Vuftrr.plating,- etc., IVteir
Medicines, Medial Keceipto, Weight aim
Meaaurea. 607 lacs, rcyal octavo, clnlli.
Price 15.00 - imnr
UlCh A F1TZGKRAU', Publnthers, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty.
Having control of the magnificent oil chrn.
mo, ro Semite, e are atile to oftera comoin
ilior. of literary ami ariirtin wors of genuine
worth, and at prices unprecedented.
Thislinecopy of a piece of Nature'a grand
eat work, is not presented in the usual I un
ited atyle.iu dimeneioue, 14x20, making s
1'iu.um vi ,n j nrviruitie hjid ll.eif.
graced hy it- presence.
Hut a lew copies of thin beautiful t hromo.
wiil be allowed to go to the retail stores, anil
inone win db soni hi meir
. Actual Retail Price, tO.OO.
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
uaioo, bulb will be furo'Mied lor .
. ei.5o.
As a premium the picture may be obtained
ny seuuing us no suuacriptinns lor the Msg
tins at one doilm each, or hv Huhsirbinii lo
the Mngiitine two lenrsin advance, at one
lonar per annum. Address, ,
Newbuigh,M Y.
8.E.8H1 TES, Publi.hen, 4sept
aat 3 -
KO. 110 THIRD ST.,
Odd Felaows' Block,
Publitker$ 0 '..
; . ' . ' : ' 1.
' And etner . 1 -
Standard Eeliglous Works,
Canvassing Agents wanted fn ert eono
id the United State. ' ,jsn
Formerly ol Fsmden.l
VNSOrSCESlonis friends "n Vlntnn and
a Ijomina counties thai he baa boueht the
Hote-1 Jormorly Kept by Chas, jSmith.
Three dor w?t cf auun-oti, on
Be has rfitted ifilironuhout. sndva rreilrsn1
enuaspxiitlie UaaadiBM buUiv Btxuuf '!'
Nortk-eael comer of lata ho Jaclrrtit! itreeU
.... McATBl'R. OHIO I t
GEO. W. BKUNTON, Froprletoi
Carriage, tvuit. xj,retset, etc
iuo, wisosa au ail. tikvt or wasoa wos
lone to order ot short notice,
Palntina and Trlmmlnb
ol all kinds executed id the neatest and moil
srtistin etvlp-. ,
KbPAlRING ol aJl kinds lo mrlibewillbr
promptly and neutl. done. .
nor aone BiinisesiBDiisnmeni is war.
silled to he substantial, but uu solid and axe.
eu'edin lha most workicaolika manner, not
0 oe excelled in any respoot bv soy other ass
lablishiuentio lliecointry. 1 '
,. Manufacturer of ', . ,
.--AND-."" .
Of latest, moat fashionable and elegj.nl stylet,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
I make it a point to do all my work of the
best material, and aland secoud to nooa in
quality of flimh or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no appientice
hoys aholit my etlabliihinent, and I can not
tail to please my person ho wanta the besi
turnout made in the country, i refer with
pride tomy customers throughout boutuen
Uhio as to the character of wotk coming
I nun my factory, and guarantee all my cua
tomera perfect aH.iiaHc.liou.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale,, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Uf paliln?, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attentloa.
1 have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
ltd with me for mile, repaired and almost a
good as new, voine of them
American Institute, '
f OR
Euibroideiing and Fluting Machines
I: is Ingenious and will meet the wants 0
every matron in Ihe land.''
Exhibition of 1874.
John E. Gavit, Itec. Seo'y; F A. Barnard
Pres ; Samuel l. Tilman, Correspondins
New York. November 20, lf7J
This simple and Ingemoi a machine is a
useful as the seaing machine a.id ufaac li
coining popular with ladies, in -the place n
expensive ntetlle work, its work being much
more handsome, requiring much Ice linn
and not one-leniti part li.e expense. No Is
dy's toilet I. complete w ithout It A machin
with illustrated eireular ami lull Instrnetinr.
aenl on receipt ol I'i or Bundled in rilirrplst.
lor 1' 75. 1
Address, The .HcKce rtfanurttrtiirlng Co.,
3os tiroauway. lew iurk.
Two American Magazines
The excellence of American Magn sines ha
become bo well recognised abroad, that oni
of the leading Kngllsh papirs, the London
Weekly Hegister, in a recent issue, thus
speaks of K'rihner's Monthly:
' 11'e ar conr,iie.l It sirs (Aid SrKfB.VrK'f
31' '.V 77 LV wftmi 0 Ihtfritt aptisrt all nr tMI
ling moulhlf KriaU Jar brtUuiucf 0 iUnlraliota ami
Mriefyi ronlmlt. It uwmji, a wmjerut Mlinf'
worth Nothing cm B isor charming tiian Uu rstf
fntl oforri uisf rilDr; A light and sAncts an isos
nged with a Ind) trtulie pomr. Out of if me am
Imulg original trlicla. im rsa da Bof know tehitli
to choote at bt4,J'vr rath and all an txctlltnt."
Not only is It true that Hcrihner's Monthh
excels the English Magssinei, but it it liu
lieM olha AmrrlmH monthlia.
In the extent, variety and artistio excel
lence of its illu-lratioo of American themes
it has never been even approached, much
less exBll d It has a larger page and gii e
a greater variety In its eon'entn than any oth
er of the Standard American Monthlies
In literary character, and in the brilliancy
and ability ol its Editorial nepartments, it en
joys an equal pre-eminence.
Its conductors started with the definite aim
nfmskiugurastsat skijsm.ss is las nrM, of hu h
they have never for a mnmeni li st sight, and
they point with pride and Measure to the
May and June nil inhere, lecently issued, and
s.n mr tnem a obdhio examination snn acare
till comparison of their merits with those ni
other magaslnes; and they renew their pledge
... .hv pu'tiiu. iu pinv ior ami nigner excel
lence in the future.
A considerable demand haa recently arisen
in England Tor 8t Nu ho'a., bcribner'r Nes
Magiiu Tor Roygand Oh la, (ne publisher
desiring to secure SO sdltinn nt ihram lhft.,
snd of first bou.d volune (when completed,)
with his imprint.
The success in th e country of Kl. NVholas
has keen even more remarkable than that ol
ecrioners Monthly. It Is pronounced to I
-n MhmlhjptrirlwMiiasimor ehiUrm," and, as is
ihe ease auti all the he liiminra lor nhil.
dren. it haa been f nnd to posseea surpassing
x..rr. siusn-iip r"soera. ss wen.
I he influence of Ihe periodicals of the day
can scarcely be esiimalerh 'especially tipnn
ihe rising generation. Parents and tWhers
esnnoianord lo be inmnerent to this It. flu
ence, or careless in relation to Ihe character
01 tne literature furnished to the childien
outside or their school lessons. In Pt. Nich
o ss not only sre history, natural philosophy
literature, line aria, and manoDifltires pre
sntd in a a attractive way to young readers,
but the children are stimulated to seek lo'or
mation foi theroaelvta i
The publishers wfll send to any aodress a
specimen ntimher or tit. Nicholas, postage
prepaid on reoeipt of ten cents, ihe bsre coat
of paper ami printing. - The magssinea are
sold by all flrl-cls booksellers aud news.
oesrers, everywnere. - - - (
ST. MOHOLAI,- - - 8 -- sso. -
SOBIEHEE 4 C.0..664 Broad w'j.N.Y
Trees!-, ; Flowers! Bulbs!
Hurserr Stookl FruitAFlower Rates
... : v ... ', I i
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
too acres; Ed year; IS greenhouse!.
Apple, LOW 1 yr., 26; J. $jo; ay, 46,-y S0
i catalogues, '$) cents. ' ' Sljullm
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted everywhere. Hiulnesa atrict-J
it legitimate, particulars rree. Aidress J
WOKTH ,Bt Louis, Mo SSeeptly
Fai mek? eh.nil4.not fail n ex
amine the patent farm gat for
which (jeorge W.,1 Bruoton, Sle
Arthur, is the ageM in thialmd
Jaefce-nn cnonty " It . is the host
unl lel)eHt gate ever deeiiTie1
fir a fki iu, costing fifty per crtit..
tM'.than the old ; sopea gate1,'
SnJ is nuirf flnrable.' ;ff it ' ran
not aak. ExKiuna it it hen vot
)U (xce d la Crw-V-iM. ; ic;
Coniaiks t 11 Ihe bea, bsnsndfe, by
'. Kutie; The Break ol (lay. by
Ardiu; La Ballenna, Polka by Ltchneri .
. kea th swallow (jt.nHWsrd, Kin by
Oeslen: Esp egleries, Caprice ly tgg
brd B pisp f. i -, ' Me.
t'oniains ti e h lloa ug niusiu; oOe.
. Mountain Mream. CapriiSs, by S. SmitAi
'Count oil VeOalop, by '.lacoby; Grsli
oss, Komaiice, by Tbtlberg; Imncing
1 eaves. In-t , by Mallei .May Vreeaee, '
Inst , by I -age pipers for 1 600.
rxm U S I C'e"
' Ismisio. ilit-loliorfms music 6O0.
Chant du Bivouc, Transcription, by
' Ketlerer; Thin Own Melodie, by
Lange. 5 pieces for 000.
N...ci.?yM A ileDn : : v r
. pbsink the hUlowing niusa-, price, 1 ' HOo.
Two songs by Hava, two by lisnks, one
by Msysood. 8aoted Qua-tette by
Ihomaa.a Fourhsnd Piece a Quick- ,
. etep. au easy March, aod a beautiful
Fantasia, by Kinkrl. 10 pieces for SOo.
llVntblJ.P 0 S T P A I D jNo!!!?!
(ontains Ihe following music price, 3oc.
Two newaonga by Have, one by Pratt,
, One hy Hcwnrl, a trio lot (emale voices,
by Abt; a fracred Quartette by I'anks,
two Polkas, a pret.y WaHi, and s March.
11 pieces for 30c.
Address J I,. PKTKK8, P.O. Box.629.
fti't Broadway, New York, opposite Metrop
ollitan Hotel. - . .. .. 1 .
Teas ,! Teas ! !
P. 0. Box, 1287, New York.
' KUBEftT WELL9, President.
Blndi, 40, CO. CO. best 70 cts. . per lb
Green and Black. 40, 50. CO. best 70c ts
Uncolorecl. CO. 70. 80. 00. best $1.00.
Green. CO. 70. 80. 00. best $1.10 per lb.
Green, 50, CO, 70. 80. 00. 1.00 best $1X5
Grccu,.$1.10 best $1.30 .. pir lb.
H-riplish Breakfast
Black. 00, 70, 80, 90. best $1.00. per lb
N. B.-We hsve a speciality ' of Harden
It xu, snu wui.unn, bxtra ciiorce, ii.isj.
Uur'I'eas nie put up in one pound packs
nges. with the kind and price printed on each
A(ii;S I WAXTi:i to tret upeluha to
sell our lens in families, hotels, boarding
nouses and others, In writing for terms or
sending orders, be particular to address the
rresiuent ot ine lompoiy, inns:
No. 4'1 Vesey St., New York
.We are compellid lo request his, as other
pa rues nave imitiiieti our nun name.
Pure Concentrated Potash,
Of double the streaglh of any oilier
I hnvo recently perfcelctl n new method of
aeking my Potash or l.yo.aml am now pack
ng it only in balls, the coating of adiuh a ill
apoiih, nod does nnl injurs- Ihe snap. It is
packed in boxes conlaining 24 and 4H nnn !b
n.ills, und in no oilier way. Directions in
English aud German foe mnkiug hard and
soit soap with this poinah scconinunt euei
pacitago 11. T. li t ItltlTT,
04 lo 84 Wnsliingtoit HI., N. V.
Insuxrance Department
CoMuanus, February 19th, 1874.
WIIEHF.A8 Ihe New England Mtitu.tt Life
Insurance Company located at Hoalon, In
nocinte ot Mnsaacniiaetts, naa llltol in this
uffkea aworn statement by the proper oftt-
era thereof, showing its condition ami busi
ness and haa complied in all Olher respects.
ith the laws of this Mate, relating to Lite In
aurance Companies, oigaiiiaed by act of Con
gress, or bv or under Ihe laws of any other
: tste hi ihe United .-tales. ...
w, therefore. In pursuance ol law, I,
wiinam r. Church, superintendent or Insur
nee ol IhehlKleof Ohio, ito hereby cerinv
hat said company is authorised to tianeact
Ha appropriate buainess of lite insurance in
mis state In a-cordanco with law, during the
"Urrent year. 1 he condition and ou.ioesa ol
aid company at the date of such statement
( ecen.beraist, 1873,) I shown as follows:
Aggregate amount of admitted as. ,
seis.incltiding the sum of f AttW,.
Iri 36 in premium notes and .
loans held by Ihe company on ' -
policies in force, 12,070,119 81
sygregaie aniounini iiaoi lines, in
eluding III .lul.GIO uu for re in
surance reserve 11,328,799 10
Amount or in. oine for Ilia preced
mg y ar In cash - i 1,481,875 91
Amount of premium no!e of .in
come for the preceding year 806,213 82
Amount of expendilurei for the
preceding yesr in cash, ' ; 1,607,867 38
Amount of premium note expen-
diturea for Ihe preceding year. 387.810 1ft
(U. In witness whereof, I have hereun
to subscrib d my name, audi aued Ihe seal
ormyomceto be amxed tne nay and year
above written. ... ....... WM; CHyRilH.
, JosxT. Rami, agent at MoArtbur, y.
' 'AOi nts wanted:
:J.. ' ,! 1 : ' if " ' ; I
TEA AOENTt wanted in town and country lo
fell TEA. rar-aTt ufelub onlers. for the lse-
gest Tea Comuany in America. Importers'
prices and Indiieemema to sgeola. . t-snd for
circular. Address, RUBKRT WELLS, 43
Teseyrtt., N. T P.O Bo 1W7 ..
' Tas CArufiaa trsios, Henry Ward Beecher,
tdi lor. oi uut. Kitn last, cay, "laniea wisn
ing to get up clubs, and ail who can get or
ders for tea, should write turn fora circular."
Tht Nt York Wfkhj Tribn: oft'ep' . 3d, says:
"AH 'Granges', should write Root, Welle tor
cirvul T " ' '- ' 1
l AaScsAs, orSept.20.,sajrr- "Robt. Wells is
anorougniy rrnauie." Z3.ipr
Cottage Color. Paints,
, wl.O0tel.M) per Gallon. r .
'itouiD im Oil, - - - . - Woperg!.
, t i
Fibs P soot - - -'- - 11.28 per gal.
Works in all Paints as Boiled Llnseed.only
SOj. pergal. ,
: : . ... :.;im ti .i
!' ' ! is ,ii '' i -'i l, :
ENGINE OIL,' . i 'Ll . ' ' ts
fiend for esrda of colors and circulars.
V ' "' ' -i" ' Sole Agenle.
tWep,-74 !-., I'.i ill .it J . .f.
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If Yotf
. .- . -Want a aituation.
Wout a servant girl,
i V Want to sell a pluno,
Want to ell a carriage, ,
Want a boardlnjr 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 And customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers.
Advertising liberally always pays,1
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising allows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
- Adverlise or "bust,"
Advertise long,1
i Advertise well,
Every merchant, manufacturer
or bu8i'nes man who hat lecume
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his stuck turned inlo
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, hr
could make it still belter in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Some merchants s:iy it is not worth
while to' advertise; for no person rendu
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
tnent, and if he is wise he will profit
by its suggestion, if he lias anything to
offer worth advertising llow much
mere then will those read them who
are not go largely supplied with roiid
ing matter, are at leisure .n the even
ing, aud muse depend on their paper for
rheir locnl news, the must iirportnnt
item ff which is where they can (ind
juat whnt tlicy want when they come to
town to niiik their purchases. If youi
slock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or if it is run
dnwn so thiit you have nothing left that
people woulu w.nt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. Hut if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such us the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world that you have .them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
glo 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
Yimnent matter, a pieoe of real proper
ty built up in the rainrlg of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Ir ytu lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife', you rush t. your local pa
per, knowing that every one will read
the advertisement But you will plod
along in business year after year, with,
out calculating how much you are los
ing by not advertising it Reporter.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not reaj by tho publio wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
vivo . publicity to sorao matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most ohsoure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would, soon attain. Advertiser',
GatetU '
Advebtisino is apt to give, us. that
gentle jogol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Hunday.-or that wa 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 passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
last plate. ,VVhQ will say that adver
tising -will not yet civilize the world!
Ex. : ; j, 'i 1 fi i:t ii " i
VVbV do people read advertisements?
To sea who is enterprising and to leurn
what (a "going on. To see if there is
nything new,' or anything that they
rant. ', To see if the season's style
1 - - ' i . r j . , i
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' curiostyj' Because' they
have read , all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents
Becausa they want to. 'Because they
can't help it Ofiio State Journal,.:, I
Tbb power i of print Is well known.
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful' advaatage
over one that la written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons wbiob
gives sn importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of eiperienoe,'
do, not , comprehend as well,. as they
might the oapacity to inffuenoe, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter., Spoken words require the
graces' of elocution 'and the force of
eloquence-yeteven th'ei fade away in
tn nothingneaa,if rnot:;eangbt in their
fliL'ht and printed But there is some
thing In tha silent lflngtiHgf, the nfiiet
asaei-tioti and thfi sense f permanence
about printed matter Which civec' it a
manclrriisf'friirde and inflnerhMi.1''Bimi
nenc. men ahgnld .never unrmit tatinr.'
Laerves to Ttmse sitht of 'what niav he
accamplrehetl by n perseveiiifir' nte of;
thejriptinL', irrejtes..,. team fa r.?ers
twe. and then the. "how. when and
is, anu men in
wWrsri'.fcl at labd ' toi " wi lata''
- aowWge worth bwipjii, s lo els'
Iri: ,Z ale ski-; ""H
TBE Zaleaki Company. with vlaw l tha
development of the local interests of Zalea
ki, lo secure its permanent piosperuy, aso
add to its populaiio and wealth, are now
altering to sciualseMleia, town lots and arm
lands at low prices, aod so liberal terms.
persons desinag So examine Ihe properly
aod to Dl7 eheap nouses will. eply at the
Company's offices to '
K. THOMPSON, Manager,
i Zaleaki, Ohio, May IS, 1871. . af
' 'Which is adapted to 'l; '
All Sewing Machines,
' NtlTICK particularly the star p of H.O.
OOOIiKJCB. Chicago. Ilia., with Ave patent
stamps. 11. C. (.OODRiril,
omceand talearoorn 206 b isle at., Chicago,
Ills. HSllg4t
If you are Suffering from any
Broken Down Constitution,
Or require a Remedy to
Purity aud nricU the Woodd
You will And f)r. Crook's Compound Hyps'
tip of I'oke) Itnot to potn.ru greater oirri
it, cure you more speedily, and do yout
mora good thaa unv and all outer rema
dies com blued. That Title, Yellow,
H rlily-loolitiifflkklii Is changed to one)
of IresUuesa) oi.d health. Those llseaia)
of the 81111, Fimples, Pusliilew,.
niotrhea and Eruption are removed.
Sirrol'uln, Sicroi'iiloii lilaraaexi vf tlio
lyea, Wlii.e ajwrllinga, I Icera, Old
Korea or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwlud la and disappear tinder Ha Influence,
liat Is It? It la nature's own restorer I
A sol ub e oxyd of Iron combined with th
meillslnal proei ties (d i'oke Kooidlveated
ot ull dlKngicenble tjiinlltlcs. It will cur
ny nlsss.i whose real or dlroct cause is
Bud Ulotxl. Klienuiniistii, 1'nin In
l.aiiibaor Itono.t'onaliluliona brukem
down liy Mercurial or oilier poisons, arc
all cured by IU For Hyphili. or Myput.
Illtc In Int. there is nothing ciuai to It. A
trial will prove it. bold b?
liEOBilE W. SI8SON, IHcArthur, Ohftf
THE WEEKLY DN is too widely known
to require any extended recommendat'on;
but the reasons wl'it h have already given it
fifty thousand subscribers, anil which wilt,
we hope, give it many thousands more, are
biieflv as lollnws t
It I. a flrM-ratt D 'Wspnper. All Ihs oewiol
Ihe day will he found in it. condensed when
unimportant, al fttil length when of moment,
ano a' ways pre.enied In a clear, intelligible,
and interesting manner. ' i
It Ian fli-Hl-rate family paper, lull of eater,
taining und instruct, ve reading of every kind,
hut containing nothing that can ofltnd Ins
most delicate and Icrupulotis taste. . i . -t
It is a tirst -rate story paper. The besi tales
and romances of current literature arecare
fully selected and eM',,y primed Ir pages.
itia n Itrst-rate ancnlturil paper. 'Ihe
mostlre-h ,tml inalriicllve articles on agri
ctiltur.l topic regularly appear in Ibis de
partment. ..,.
It is an independent political paper, belong
ing to no party nnd wearing no collar It fights
for principle ami the eleciion of Ihe beat man
loctlicH It especially devotee ils energies to
the exposure of Ihe great corruptions that
now weaken and disgrace out country, and
illicit. mi to undermine republican institutions
altogether. It has nolenr ol knaves, and asks
no favors of their striporiera.
It report ilia f.tahioiia tor tlieladles and Ihe
markets for lite men. espseisllv the csltle
marlicls. to which it pays particular allenlioo.
KiiihIIv, it la the cheupest paper published
One dollar a tear will at cure it for any eub
sciiher. It is not necessary to get up aclilb
iu order to have l it K W kfeK L Vf at this
rate. Any "no wfio sends a single dollar will
gei the paper for a year
T1IK WEEKLY M'X.-Right pages,
Hfty-six column., only 91 a year., No.ais-coitnt-from
iht. rat. ....
THE NE.TI 1-WEEK I. Y KtN.-ame
sixe as the I 'ally Sun. 82 OO year. A dis
count of 20 pel- cent, lo duos of 10 or Over.
THE IAII.YM1.-A large lour page
nosspaper of tweui eight eoli tuns. . L'ady
circulation over 120,000. Ad the newt for
2 cent. Hiilvcrii'tioii price 50 cents s month,
or to a year To t Itiba ol 10 or over, a dis
count of 20 Per lent.
Address -THK SUN," New York City.
3a5?11ifl BrlteCnnn.rti!Hi
amjl4 a. aVMK W M.rrM or tin,., .bom i.
,,J j " - "" Btb.phy.l.lo.k.l
Li'linri I mstrt..sudravlittouwf
.. , ,, lUnwisals.Tsusi.alikfba
litest alaoovtrles la prmlaolDg sod urtrtnllug sff.prioi,
how u prcMrvv lha ennipl.iloo, he.
Tblili so laurutlBf vork sfiwo kosdr.il ssd alKy
whb sumerosi Drsviafi, sad conltlo. i.lo.bl.
nrormatlos for tboM wbssrs married ..resbtcsjpl.i.sisr.
tliis. gllllllloa book tbsloafbtubs lepl ood.r loot
sad kr, sad Doilald taralaiil; .bout lbs boost.
II sooulaa lb iporicDcs aad adtics o I a shrilolia
wboss rapuutloa la sorld.slde, aad .hostd btlo ibt prt.
T.u drtwar of trory si alt and r.raal. throashoat tbaestlr
lobs. H smbrscaa avarytbia as tba aubiact o r Ibe aes
snti.snatesiibsl la worib loowloi, and ataaklbal Is
Bot pabltahed In any otbev work.
Seat to say one (free ot poatsfa) rorFlny CasU.
iddrea. Dr. Sum' Uiapaoasry.K. la M.Xublkllnel
St. Leula, llo. . ..T . . , ' .
Notice to the Affllced and FnArtunat.
trora ipplylsg to tka ba'H.ai qsaola wfta adrerll.a la
sublio p.iiare.or uainf an. qoack reniediot poroia Dr.
Bona work no matter wkklyoardlieaieta, or bow doplor
able yoor eondltlua. , -
Dr. Suits ooeupKi a dooble baser sr twsnty aaeea
rooma;l alodoraed by soma of tbe a..eloelebrated medl.
talproreaeoraor tbiooouolry sod Kuropa, aad esa baton
aoH.4 peraosally or by malf.os ihadiMaeae ai.nUotnal Ib
kla worki. Offles and parlort, No. IS H. tiibth itrask
stlwaas Uarkalssd Cboaaot, Bt. Lsula, ito.
- . i .
Notice to the Stockholdera of
' the Ga Ipolis. McArtnur
' & Gv umbus Balroad Co.
' .'.l'-
. v-'.-t
ALT. parties having auhacrtbed toth cap
ital stock ol the O.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to theHeo
retaryoCthe Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Uallfi.olis.i'hio. or if more
convenient, to Daniel Will, Preairient of tho
Vinton County Bank, at MoArthur, Ohio( o
an installment 01 rite dollars on each share
so subscribed, within lea days of this date.
. August 10, 1871.
" ' O McA . t C. Ri R. Co",
dee 1871. t
FA T "RtTX N ii'K
OTOCK and Ore Scales as good aa nev; !
fcjtaie at , very tow price, uall on :.
I novll . H..C.JOHE8 Attorney
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