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'' Mo A Kill U U 0 til 0,
on end artel Sunday May .':. -
notice, iiaiu mil run"- ":
, nd nlll ran dad i "II oiUer trains dally,
ex.-epl Sunday:
N.i. I
Mallona. M -il I
Cincinnati... 6 .Vinn
Chilhcothe... I" "
Rii-hlaod Kur.... II ti "
rtnmiien H l "
MoAsisce .'I
Vtnlsn U 'H'm
KHinki ..u in
Hon Furnace.. .IS "
FarkeTsburg ...... a 1 "
.Nil. J N"
Line 8' I. Kx.
II S Hill 3"im
1 ftplll 1 ls"
jll . i:t "
i i a l i "
j" '( "
i t; i :M '
I tn !i 4 i "
t (Ml It 17 "
ft 30 " 6 "
No 4 'o. e.
. Mail. Pi"- Kit
in isisiii U 4Vi
1 (linn li i"iiii
1 : 12 :i4
I 4 . . i . , :
1 ,vj W .".i "
i in I "I "
a r.i ' l ii "
3 :i7 1 1'4 "
$ 14 o (Hi "
No. I
Ft l.me
Iliipn diruwe... I "
SalesKI II "
fioion. ........ II 1-i "
Hamlin . II 3i '
Wii-hl ipl j-ur... II 4 "
Ch.lh -nlha 4 l"
rtJIB nitl . 4 4U "
No 3 will slop it O 1 S. .luni-lion, l.nve
land,Ureenhcli.'hillicnihe. Iliiiit'W-n, Allien
and sh-oif Landing only. 2 ill 'top at
rVoit'a Landing. New England. Athena, ' -den,
Chillicollio, Ure.iiti-l l, Vienna, lilau-ehe-ter.
l.nv.lnnl, Madiera. Mn-Ioiiull".
Oakley ami i:imi"ntnsvilie, only. N-i. li 0
Will mop nt C. H. JiiiKlinii. Madisnnville.
Lovelaud, Urernfleld, 4 " t i 1 iu-iil 1 1 1. m
Athens and Kcmt's LanJma uiv. os- 111
will malt ail the stops.
The Zaleski Freight (ptlng cnt . leaves Ohil
licolhe, at 7 txi a in i nayevilc. 4.1; Huh
land Furnace. 9 2V, II mn.len, arrive iu .
depart 10 H.V, M.-Arthur. arrive In 7: depart
II ii; Vinton, arrive 11 f.7 depart W -TO p. in.!
Ksleski, I mi doing west, leave Zalraki ill
4 lid p m.i Vinton Furnace. A 3; M.-Ari!iir.
( hi; Hnwl.-n, 4 Kh-lilmnl Furuiw, 4 66;
KavTill. & Ohillx-olliP, 7 -HI.
7V..'n Ai PilHTXMtJl'rH HHASCll
will leafe llnmiltn at 7 tin. in an.li 15 fi.ni i .
arrmnt at Porlsmnulli al lu 'Ala. in. nml i 1
p.m. Keiurniujzi rHin win iv"r".
at II uu a. m and 1 M p. m., nrnvinRiil lluiii
den at 11 i a. in. nml 4 M p. in.
I mina mmnt- ai i.Tfiaini n.r mi im
i .- I ...I .. fl.a In.lmn-
ine I. HUH minim niiiinni", m-i
apoln and CnmimiKti Knilinml Jnnciion fur
all point Weitl; al Allien, wiih ihe t! 'Imn-
nni ana iiockiii ui'ej niiuru-vi. . -i
General Superintendent.
Willmairilla TTamilnTi k Mldrllfinort,
IWI LL run n hnck Irnm Wilkeiville lo Hum
den on Monduvn. Wednesday and Fridiiyx,
returning on llie ame day.
1 mil alo run a n-tiirn hack to Midilleporl
on Tuesday", Thuradiiya anil alnrdnve. rei
turning on the nuiite Jaya.. lOU.N LliVU
iiTWILli run a haok from Wilkeil!e to
lHamden and return every Tuewliiy, Thnrn
day. and Haturdny lor ihe ai-voininoiliiiinn
of paaaengera. innkinK vlone i-miDPi tiiiil will;
the mail trains on the M. 1 0. It. U. 1 will
a 10 carry exprexa pmkugm shipped lo or
from poinli by Ihe Adama Kxprena Co.
Eating Without an Appetite.
Hall says: It is wrong to
eat without an appetite, lor it
shows there u no gat (ric juice
in the 6tomach, and that nn
lure does not need food; and
not needing it, there being no
j'lice to receive and act upon
it, it remains there onl.v lo pu
rify, the very thought of which
6hould be' sufficient to deter
any many from eating without
an appetite for the remainder
ot bid life. If a tonic n Xaken
to whet the appetite, it is a
mistaken course, Tor its only
result is to cause one to eat
more, when already an amount
Ins been eaten beyond whai
the gastric is able to prepare.
The object to be obtained is a
larger supply ot gastric iuice.
ml a larger supply of fool;
and nhattver fails to accom
plish that essential object tails
to have any efficiency toward
the cure of dyspeptic diseases
The formation of gastric juices
is directly proportioned to
the wear and tear, of Ihe sjs
tern, which is lo be the means
of supplying, and this wear
and tear can only take
place as lha result of ex
ercise. The efficient remedy
for dyspepnn is work out
door work beneficial and buc
ceeslul in direct proyorlion as
it is agreeable, interesting and
It is proposed to start a daily
moruinc paper in the heart 01
the Black Hills. It will be
called the Scalp, and it is con
fidently expected thai all the
Indians, without regard to par
ty,' will take if."
"I want you to retract what
you said in this morning's Her
aid, or I will cut your bloody
heart out," is a specimen of the
notes received by the enter
prising local 'editor ol the Du
buque Herald.
What's the use of trying to
be honeet? ' asked a young man,
the other day, of a friend. "Try
it once' and see," was the reply.
Tflg cause of "woman suffrage''
8oarcity ot husbands.
Tax new Chillicothe market
house will cost $20,000.
Ws will lend the Record &od th
CLbuiriAti Queue to lubtcriberi ot
CkMAno makes, lighter, a
jtiWi iubject
Dr. J. Wafer's California
Yiiifgar Hitters arc a purely Veg
etable preparation, liiado chU'lly from
tho nativo hcilin fnainl on tho lower
ranijej of tho Sierra Nevada nuniu
taiiia of California, tho medicinal
propevtiiM t.f v.liieh nro extracted
tlieivfroai wit'.iout tho uso of Alcohol.
Tlio iuestion U almost daily nskod,
" Wliat is t!ie eauso of tho unpar
alleled tiuci-ctt of VixKO.vn Hit
ters J" Our anawer is, that they
lemovo tho cause of disease, and
tin; lwliriit n-eiiviTs hi.s lu-alth. TUey
iiro tlio prcut ti'.ojil imriliiT iuid a
lifii-pvin iriiiiiiiln, a perfect Kcno
vatur mnl liivijsurtttor t.f tbu systnin.
Never lttrloro iu tlm history ot tlio worm
hm it iiinlUr'mu "'n ciiiiipoumlucl pus
Hessini; tho reiii'irlaihlo fjiutlitioa of Vts
Eti.vn lirrrat.s in healing tho sick of
every tlwnso la.iu U heir to. They are
a pc'ntlj l'urjxativo m well os a Tuuio,
relieviii): Ciiiiifcxtiiui or Iullumniiitinii of
tho Liver imd Vueerul Orguus, iu Uiliuuu
Tho properties of Dr. Walk
er's Vixiiti.ut lin rKiisnm Apnrioiit.Dia
plioretin, OiirniiniitivH, Nutritious Laxa
tivo, Diiircrio, Hcdntiye, Cmtotor-lrritout,
gu,.fil!i. I w..w..M.rtt jt'l'l .Anti-IlililillS.
Grntoful Thonsnnds proclaim
Vinkgar 15ITTF.R3 tho most wonder
ful' Invignrant that ever sustained
tho sinking system. -
No Person can tako these Bit
ters according to directions, nud re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not Jistroyed by mineral
poisou or other mi.aus, and vital or
gans wasted uevona repair. -
liilious, ilemittcnt, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent iu tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially tlioso oHho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tenucsseo,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Kio Grando, Tearl,
Alabama, Mobilo, Savanuah, Ko
j.n5ke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat ar.d dryness, are invariably ac
companied by oxtonsivo derange
ments of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgative,- exerting a
powerful iufluonce upon theso vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
Thcro is no cathartic for tho purpose
crmal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, au thoy will speedily remove
the dark -colored viscid matter with which,
the bowels are leaded, at the sniuo time
stimulatiug tho secretions of tho liver,
mid gonerally restoring tho healthy func
tions of tho digestive organs.
Fortify tho body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vinkoau UirrEits. No epidomio cua
take hold of i system thus lore-urmud.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, i'ani iu the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in tho Mouth, Bilum.-T Attacks, Palpita
tion uf tho Ileiirt, Inflammation of the
Lungs, l'aiu in the region ol' tho Kidneys,
nud a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the oITspriugsof Dyspepsia. One hot
tlo will prore a better guurautco of its
merits tbaa a leucthy advertisement, r
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers," Erysipelas, Swelled'
Aeck, Uoitre, bcroluluus In Humiliations,
Iuduleut Inflammations, Morcuriul atl'ec
tions, Old Sores, Ernpthius of tho Skin,
Sure Eyes, etc. In these, ns in all other
constitutional Diseases, "Walkkk's Vin
EOAttBiTTERShavefhown their great enr
ntiro powers iu tho moot obstinate and
intraetablo cases. .
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, ; Bilious, Remit
tent rind Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters hare no equal Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical DiseaSfS. Persons
engaged iu Puiuts and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miucrs, as tiiey advance in life, aro sub
ject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
Vj'neoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Kbeum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever namo or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of tho system in a
short time by the uso uf these Bitters.
Fin, Tape, and other Worm's,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, aro eUectually destroyed and ro
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
"vstem from worms like these Bitters. -
ForFemaleComplaints, in yonng
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, ortho turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is noon perceptible..
Cleanse tho Vitiated Blood
whenever yon tind its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when you tind it ob
structed and sluggish iu the reins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; your feelirfgs will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the srstem will follow.
, R. II. j1r DO.Vtl,0 & CO.,
DruirpUta & Gen. Aft-ts., San Francisco. Califor
nia, Sl cor. of Washington and Charlton Sftk,N.T.
bold fey mil Uruuglata and Dealer.
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
WOULD respectfully aay to the citlaena or
Vinton Co that he haa enlarged his atock
-tins-one of the lanriat in the Slate. Our
L-ainrsa. ha increaned errry year up to the
fireent nine and e lel thankful to the pnb
ic for paat favor, and are determined lo Keep
a large stock of every thing nrnal'y round in
a art-o.a,- Jewelry more, and will keep the
fineet nioc'k of gold and solid ailier, alo the
tx-at Plated Uooda, a low as any boua ia the
We keep all lha different tirand of Ameri
can Walchea Howard, United Htatea, Elgin.
wannam ana sprmgneia aianuiaciurea, twin
in gold and silver caaea. Also alarg Iweol
Krom 2S lo $300.00, also silver froirt til to
1160. We have veiy reliable lull Jeweled
BU ver "W fc B from i 1 4 to
A full line of all goods in our line, at qaad
lo onlrr by experietfed workmen. JtepeiiH
Ug will reccite proaipt attention
Fiaaa drop in ul Uf. ! troubt to
to good. tijul
i . ' " i
Hai liens, Stiddlen, .1
UritllfN, nullum,
VI ltln, return. Truce -
Chains, Barnes, and all '
Other Articles of Saddleiy, .
My Inrnda and the pnolm xvnrn'.ly arain'il
nl lo rull and tjuuiihi my iloik and -.-!.
I mukw iriiml hollet aork, Ufa Ihf
lci-1 atm k.aDd at II at lh rt loaant I'iK-i-a.
nr.u.nianureturini done lo order, and all"
Work (7arrant8 as Represented,
Foreign . and ' American
Watch Materials;
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc
Old Watch Case and old Hold ud'HIlTer
2tnprlR73 . . ...
Dick's Kncyci.opki'Ia op Practical Hk-
aateia snp Paortsssa. Contniningu,A'i2 prac-
tieal receipln. written in a platn and popular
nnii ner, and illiltroted anil expinnntory
v0"ilviils. Hniag avomprehenaiv liixikuf
r. fcremie lur the merchant. numuCiclureriHr
tiuni, amaleuaand hnunekeeivr, Inrluding
medicine, pharmacy and domeeliu economy
Thesuope nf this work ia entirely dinVrent
from any other book ol Ihe kind. Heiiiea
hoinira complete and alinrst Indirpennlile
brok of reference fur the thousand and one
receipts "and articles needed in every house
hold , farm, garden. "'-' it includes clear and
ch-.iI) iiii'leistoiid directiona for the aiilli a
linn of man of i he arts uaiiully acquired only
hy long experience, and eo divested nf tech
nichnlnies, or the technicalities ol lerma ui-e.l
no lully expliiined as lo bring the entire sub-jt-i't
within the rnmprehen-iun ofnny person
nf ordinary intelligeiu'e. I'runiiinent among
the immense mass of subject treated of in
the hook are Ihe pillowing:
The Art ol lyeing, Hard Self and Toilet
Konps, 'I Kiining, Inmillatinn, linitatiou l:i
liors, Wlilfs, Uordmls and - Hitters, filler,
Brewing, Periifmerv,Klavnrm rsencee,etc,
t osmeiics, Hair Hyes and Washes, Poaiadt-s
and I'erl'tiniAct (Jilx, Tooth Pnwilers, elf., dy,
tups, Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Petroleum
and Kerosene. Hleaching and Cleaning. Viu
ear, Snucea, Cal-ups ami Pickets, heceipls
tur the Harden, To Kemove!t)ns,fpota,eUt.,
I'yrntechny and Kxplesives, Ceinenta, eio
Waterpruiirlng, Arliticwl, Gems, luka and
Writing fluids, Aniline Colors, Paint and
Pigments, I aiming and Paper-hanging, Ka'
mmineanil Whitewanlw. Varnishing and Pol.
ih ng, Lubricaiora, J ipunning and Lacmier
ira, Boot and Harness HH-king. Photoguiphv,
Meuils and Alloys, (hiding, Silveripji. etu
Klecirotyping, Eleetrnpbling, etc.. Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
Mennnres. 6u7 pages, rcyal octavo. cl'Uh.
Price f Vim ' . i.mar
LilUr. FITZtiERALI'.Putlnthere, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty.
Having control of the magniBcent ail chro
mo, Yn Semite, w are able to oilers coinhin
atior. of literary and arimtin wnra ol genuine
wnrth, and at prices unprecedented.
This fine copy nf a piece of Nature' grand
est work. i not presented .in INliHual lim
ited style, ite dimensions, 14x20, making
picture ol veiy desirable ise in ll-elf.
gmced hy it presence.
Hut a few copies of this beautiful t hromn
will allowed lo gn to the retail stor, ami
those will be sold at their
Actual Retail Price, U.0O,
wnich if orde-ed in connection with bur Mag
uziue, both will be furn'xhed lor
A a premium the picture tiiay be obtained
by sending us two subscriptions for the Mag
lineal one doilni each, or hy subserbing lu
the MagHiine two teer in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Address,
Newbuigh.N Y.
8. Tt, Publisher. 4 it
''el. -!
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B x " E --
S e- r
rv k
Wm. GARRETSO 1, & dQ.
Odd Fel.owsBlock. ; 7i
columbus, iroind.
-I . .
Fullishert of
.. !. .And other ; , ,
Standard Eeligious Work.,
Caovasslog Asents wanted Id avereniin
in the Umte State.- . . - janl
Fo'rmerly ol Hsmden.1 n. ''
ANNOUNCES to hit friend i-Vln"tpn aid
adjoioingcounlies that he has bought the
Hot. Formerlj Kept by Obaa. Smith
Three door West cl Madison, on O
RON'f ST. ?
He ha refiated it fnrouahdut. sad is nrailtWd
to entertaia lb liaisling pifbli It iwatonabU
rttM. Jaot
North-eaat corner of Mnin and JacKton atreett
. MeAKTUUR. 01110
GEO. W. BLUMON, Troprletoi
1 Manufacture
Vui?taye$t i(tfie. l'r reetei, eti
iuo, aaaaa tno til aiavs or wiooa woaa
lone to order on ahort notice. ' ' -
i ..)..
Painting and Trimming
ol "II kinds rSM-uied in (he acaient and moil
arli'tiu mle.
RbP.UKlNU ol all kind Id mj line will b
promptly ami neutl. dune.
Work don at this eaiabliahmcnt i war
auu-d to i anhdiaiiliul. nut un fiul'd and pxe
ou'edin Ihe. mol worku'aulik manlier, not
o ne-xi'eUt-il in any rcct b' any other ea
tabliahroentin thecoiutiy. . ' . . l
MiuiUfscturer ofu , , , ,
;i.. . " - 1'., i :
Of latest, most fashionable tnd tlcgr.nl sly Ins,
i.. '; ! ' I
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CIllLrjqQTIIE, 0.
I make it paint lb o all my work of the
urn. innvfriNi, nun Binuu pctuuu IU mine III
quality of InUh or durability. I employ nn
inl'ermr workmen, there are no appientice
Dnya snout my eiiipiisnmeot. snd I n not
IhiI to i'len-c any person who wants the bent
turnout mail in lh coimlry. Irefee.aith
pride to my cnst.imers thrmithniit Hoiili.ern
Ohio Si to the oharacier of woik ciiming
irnm my mciory, ami guarauiee ail my cus
tomera perleot mtMl'uiuon. .
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for Bale, or made to Order,
Call and examine my Stock-
Rrpaiilng:, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive ptompt attention.
1 have constantly a tock of
Carriages, Buggies ana Expresses,
left with ma for mile, repaired anil almost as
goon as in-w,oine oi inein , .
"lO.ul U73 ,
AwASnr.nsr tu .
American Institute,
Embroidering and Iluting Machines
"I; is ingeniouii snd will meet Ihe wants ol
every matron in me land. ' ; , . - i
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Ga'tit. Rrc. Sec'v: K A. RsrnsrH.
Prrs ; : Bamuel V. Tiltnao, Corresponding
New York. November JO. IS72
This simple snd innioi s machine is as
iiseliil as me sewing machine, n.nl i.'fiiM be
coming impiiliir Kill, Is'iKS. in Ihe nlnce o
expensive nirdle work, its work beuiu iiiiich
more handsome, requiring nim-h levs lime
ami not una-teiim pait the ex)ene. Nn la
ily's toilet ii- ceinplete without it A mnchine
with illi.strsteil ciri uhir and lull insn ii tinr.
sent nn receipt ul tt or Autthcd iu silver plate
ror!2 7S.
Address, The McKee .llannfnrturliitf Co.,
ji-j oruauasy. iNew link
Two American Magazines
The excellence of American Magnsines has
become to well rscognixed abroHd, that one
or me leaning fnglish pnpirs, the London
Weekly Kegisle, in recsnt issue, thus
spesks or rcribner s Monlhlv:
We art cosWrsi'snt foniclU SltlSSEH'H
M'-NTllLY currie oj thtwizeagfiinntuU imrikil
lis tumthl) xrioll or (a-Wlbim-s af iUiulnlmm is4
Miners nf cuan'sii. uuumpiya ttmtlerjni nlullmg.'
wcrlh AtHkitg cm vs mart charming tktm tlie i-hj,
tun Htjort t tiHif rwor; t As ItgM sail nSdfs ore tnini
iujhI with a trnfy mlutic power. Ott of oV one aaif
twenty original ariiclee. w 'mlly tlo not know whwlt
to CHQOie as beit. for stic-a awl nil art excelled. "
Not only is it true that Hcribner's Mnnlhlv
excels the English Mgine, but l is tlie
un vj o.Q iiiirriuiH nvtiwiinev.
In thexienl, variety and artistiiv auul
lencenf Its illiMnitioo of American lhnies
it haa rjryer been-eyen approached, much
less excell-d II has a larger pjgeand gites
a greater variety in itaeon'ents thnnany oth
er oune oiannnru americnn nonlnlies
In literary chnracter, and in the hrillinnev
ami ability nl itsBdilniiiiluepartment",it en
joys an equal pre-eminence '
Its oiindnctors stnrleil wnh the definite aim
nf maki ng it the beX magatiue i the world, ol hu h
mev nnve never tor a ninmeiit Ii at sixhl. sn
they point with pride and lessiire lo the
.my ami .nine nnmnerr, lecenily issued, ami
ask for them a candid examination snd acare
lul coinpnnsnn of their merits with those m
other niagiixines; and they renew their pledge
in me iuonu, in strive ior sun iiigqer excel
lence in the future. '
A considerable demnnd has recently arisen
in cimianu ior ni nn-nmas, Bcribner'i' New
Vlsgntine for Hoy and Oil la, i ne publisher
urniruiK mi -rcure an enicion or tnree tnou
sand ol first hou..d volume (when completed,
with hia Imprint. " ' " ' - '
The success in th country of St. Nicholas
has been even morn remarkable than that of
cnbner'a Monthly. It is pronounced to I
"o ulenlMi ptrfKlmipiie for duMm,'' snd, as is
Hie case witn all the be llterilnre lor chll
, Iren. It has been f tind to possess surpassing
miereas ior grown up r-sners. si well.
'I he influence ol the nerioiluiils of the das
esn scarcely be estimated, especisllj upon
ihe rising generation. Parenta and tescher
'HQ not adord lube inditterent tothiainit-i
enee, or csreles in relatmn lo the chancier
ot the literature furnished In the rhildien
outside ot iher school lensoss. lo Ht. Nich
O as net nnlv are hn.torv. nntural lihilnannhv
literature, tine ana, and mamiliicturrs pre
seated roan attract1 e way lo young reader;
ul me i-nii-iren sre sumuiaiea to seek in or
msiion fm themclvs , . ... ,
The rirl'lishers will send 16 nyidres
spo'irnen number of Mt. Nicholas. Dostaae
prepam nn receint often cenw, ihe fore coal
of paper and priming. The magaunea are
old by ell Hrst-claes booksellers and new
dealers, everywhere . . '.'r',
"ORI B NER'8 MONTH LY, It year; Mc.a no
8P. NIOHOLA8, . - - - 8 " 6o. : "
SOBIBgEB itCO.,654Eroadw'y,y.Y
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs!
Nursery Stock! Frnitiriower Rates
Addre.ss F. K. PHOENIX.
VIA .a.... MJ ... 'mm -
Apple, 1,UM 1 yr 2A; S y, ftf; Hy. t4S;ij 160
4ttIou, iWcenii. ,. - ,31jul2iu
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agent wanted everywhere. - Business strtct-
ly legitimate. . Particular free. Address
a-iuresa j
Useplly :
W')K l u,Bt ixiuie, M
Kakmeks shjuld not fail ti ex
amine the patent farm gate, for
which (ieorge W. Branton, , Me''
Arthur, is the ijrent in this and
Jackson county. It is the , best
and cheapest gate ever designed
far A farm. crjtins fiftv tier cent.
ie8B toan ..ne dju .lauaionea gate;
a nil is more darable, for it ufln
itt'sag.; ; Eismine itvra)B jou'
are in McArihur.
II'. ! I i i ' T . . I :; it,
La Cresia do s Cresm No, 4.. Prw. ton.
vourains nn lli trs, bari-amlle, r.y
Kuhe; The Break nl iiey,- HcVne, by
Arditi; La UHlknnll, Polka by Lichner)
W hen Ihe hwalluws inmt ward Hy, by "
Ocsiin; KspiealerWis, Caprice by Er
hsnl. a iiie-es fi r VXj.
La('rric M r A tHe la ,
ircsne.W n Es M e.O.
t'MiiHins Ii r i.lo ug inunie; 60o.
.Moi.aimn btnum, I'spnce, by 8. Pmitftl . ,
Count on .Vlslnp, hy .Iscoby; Urasi
oe, Komnace, tv Thulberg; Imncilig
1 eaves, lnt., hy Msltei. May Breixes, '
lnt., by l.nue '.uiM'eafnr 60o.
l.aCrraicpn II O I affile la
'renie.lifl KS O I JSo. U
t nn Imiii- it. i following nuiMC- 60o.
Chsnt riu Hiviaic, Irauscrlption, by
Krileren Thine Own, Helodie, by
Lange. A riet-es fur fine.
Pet era' A .ft A II FrtMliIti 1
.iionti.i)laMs-EUN 1.1111,
nuiua the ltdinaiiig mueai, price, Sou.
Two songs by lists, two by lisnks, one
l.v slaywood. Sscisd QLa-telle by
Thnniiis, Kourhainl Piet-e a (nick
siep, an easT March,' and a beautiful
ranlnsie, bv kinael. Iu nieces for 30o.
Peters'OnOTB A l n Mialral
.tloulhly.r UO I r rt I UlNo. 81,
contains ihs following music, prfca, 300.
I wo new snugs by Maya, one by frail,
one by t-Uiart, a trio lor female voice",
by A III; a Sacred Quartette by psnks,
two Polkas, apret.y Walls, and a Maicb.
II pieces fur . 30c.
AHdreas J. L. PKTKHH, V. O Hux. W.
Ai9 llroiclwny, New York, opposite Metrop-
ollilun'Ilolel. . ' ;
Teas,!. Teas!!,
the dmcirJAL
P. 0. Box, 1287.
New York.
HUBERT WELLS, President.
I . ... i i , , - - .
. OOI. O O. : .
Black, 40. (SO. cr).bpst70ct. . peril)
Green anil Blw:k, 40, 50. CO. bent70cts
Uncoloreil. CO. 70. 80. '90, best $1.00.
Green. 00. 70. 80, 00. best $1.10 per lb.
Y()l ''G HYSON
Green, 50. CO, 70. '80. 00. 1.00 best $1 .05
Green. $110 bct$1.30 per lb.
Black. U0. 70, 80, 00, best $1.00. .per lb
N. H.-We hsva a speiMalitv of tlnrden
(irowth YOUNG HY8')N and I.MPKRIAL, nl
51 ill, and OOl.oNi., Kxtia choice, Sl.lMI.
Our Tens aie putup in one pound pack
ages, will, the kind nn I price printed on em-h
AUEMTtt lVAMI-U to get up i-lulsi to
sell our teas in laiinhes, hotels, boarding
bouses and others. In writing lor (erma or
sending orders, be psrticiilnr to address the
Presiuciit of the romp my, ihus:
No. tl Vesey St., New York .
We are cnnipeHt ilio request his, as other
inirties have iniitided out him name.
Pure Concentrated "Potash,
Of double the atreagth of any oilier
I hnve recently perfected a new melhnd of
parking my Poissh or Lie. nnrl am now pack
ing it only in tail Is, the costing of rflu.'h will
snponih, ii .ill docs not injnie the soup. It is
iiiicked in boxes conlnimng 24 imd 4s one lb
lull, and in no other any. I'lrcetinns in
Kngllsh and (Jerunin for ninkiug tmrd and
soltMinp with (his I'olnsh nci-nunmni eac.i
piicang" II. T. HAIIIJITT,
(14 to 8 1 Washington St., N. Y.
Insuzrance Department
' Conuaitu, February 10th, 1874,,
WHKR F,A9 the New Kngl ind Mutual Life
Insurance Company located at liosion.ln
no mate ul ninssai-nuselH, has riled in this
ottliea sworn MMnn.-nl bv the urnner ofli-
i-ers Ihereof, showinit it cuudition and busi
ness snd has complied in all uiher respects,
oitn ine laws oi mis Mule, reisiing to l.ile in
sum nee Compnnies, orunnized bv act of Con
grcss, or bv or under the laws of any -othrr
tare ol ihe llnlted tnfea.
Now, iherelore, in pursuance of law, I,
nui.nm r. murrn. superintendent or Insur.
snce ot theMe.leof Uhin. do hereby ceriitv
that sHid rompiiny .s amhnrited to iinnsact
Us appropriate busine of life itisuriim-e i it
tnia state in a'cordsncn with law, during the
current year. The condition nml nusiness of
said company at the dnte of such statement
inecem tier. ut, l7;i.) is shown as follows;
Aggregate amount of mlnfitled sh-i-cis,
including the sum ol SJ,2U:),
Uil :15 in piemiuin note and 'I
loans held bv ihe company on
policies in form, 18,670,118 81
Aggregate iininiiui oi mm lines, in.
eluding $11 lul.1119 o for re in-.
surnni-e reserve 11,328,739 16
Amount nf in. onie for the pieced ..
ingy ar incish 2,481,875 92
Amount, of premium nn'.e.of in.
come frvr the preceding year 80D,2I3 0
Aniuu.nh oi expeniinurcs lor tlie .
piece. ling year in cash,' 1,007,007 38
Amount of premium Dole exten.
ditures for the preceding vesr. :I87.810 15
U. p.) In witness wherenr, I have hereun
to siihscrih. d mv mime, and caused the seal
of my office to be affixed the nay and year
above written. WM. CHUKCH. 1
. Buperintendent.
loaa i . KAria, agent at Moartniir, u.
TEA AGENTt wanted in town and country to
sen i ca, or gei up ciuo orners. tor tlie lar
gest Tea Company in America. Importers'
prices and Inducementa to agents. - fend for
circular. Address, HllHKKI WELI8.
VeseyMt., N. Y P. O Box IIW7 i .
77iotV.runin Ci', Heniy Ward Beecher,
Editor, nl Oat )tli ut, ys; "Partis Wish.
ingio get tip ciiins, sun ail wno can getor-
uers ior tea, snniiiu write mm lore circular."
Tlie Sett York Weekly Tribune, of fen" . 3d. sses:
"All tjrangoa' should write Kobl. Wells lor
circular "
.'tha Bcfkt, of Sept. 30., aj; "Bobt, Wells is
inorougniy renaoie." 23.ipr
Cottage Color: Paints,
. , , I..O0 to tl.OQ per Gallon. .,
! .: -l: l i !. "if.T.;:, ; t .. . .
'JftocaD til' Oil, r - i - i - - - 1 60c per gal,
Fiai Paoo ------ 1.28 pel gal.
-: .1 i . .i '. : i:.- I. -n j'.-.
Works in all Psints as Boiled Linseed, only
Mi. per gal. '. ''. t. ', . i-j..
Vmachinery(6ils, ;
8end for cards of colors and circulars.
" "" ' 1 ' '' Sole Agents' ' :
23aprl874 "
.If .ll!!'-' !, .,,f I -j.,; ;...-. : .
i .'nu it..! i'i;7i ii j.Ji t-i-,
Done Jfeatly j.and. onaptly
D I)
; EE
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T r
S : .S.
If Yorj '
- ' Want a situation.
Want a servant sirt, . . , , ,
Want to f'll a piano,
Want to sell a Cim Inge
Want to bitjr orwll n farirt,
Want a boartlinjr place,
Want to 8i'll town property,'
Want to sell jtrocerlt'sor ilniffa, ,
Want to soil lionst'linlil furniture,
Want to sell dry gooil or carpets.
Want to Hut customer, tor anything.
Advertising will jruln new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,.
Advertising J.sliows energy,
i . T I . I I.
Auvernsing enowspiucK,
Advertising meana'biz,'
Advertise .or "bust,". .
Advertise I o n g, , , ,
Advert ise well,. ;
Advertise ',
Every vierohant, manufacturer
or business man who has lecume
prominently rich,- has made Jus,
fortune by judicious advertising
So exception- to this rule can be
cited! . 'Stewart, , the Piince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven, lo advertising, as a las!
resort, to gel 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 u still better in pros
perily, he became, a persistent ad
vemser, and thus gamed his co
Ivssal fortune.
Some merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; fur no person reads
advertisements; yet evory merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, nnd if he is wise he will pruKi
li.V its suggestion, if ho lias anything tn
offer w..rth advertising How much
in nro then will those road them who
are not so largely supplied w th read
ing matter, nre at leisure !n the even
ing, nml must depend on their paper for
their local news, the most iirportnni
item t-f which is wliero they can linJ
just what they want when they enme to
town to make their purchases. Ifyom
slock is so old, rusty, dusty and out til
stylo that it is worthless, or it' it it run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w .nt, it is. not worth
while for you to advertiso. But if it is
new, fresh nnd sparkling, up to the
times, and such us the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world that you1 have1 them, nnd 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
manent matter; a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality. '
Ip you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to truM
your wifo, ynu rush tt. 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 nre los
ing by not advertising it Rtporler
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not. real by the public wish to he
convinced of their ern.r, just let them
vivo publicity to some matter tliev
would nut cire to divulge to the world,
even in the most o'isoiire corner of n
country pnper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser i
Advkbtibino is apt to give its that
gen tie, jog of conscience which tells us
that we wnnt a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised, our wife
a now dress as soon as the hay wus in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to nark this passage and lay
the paper opon hr husband's break
fast plate. . Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
E. '.-" ' -. - .
Why do people read advertisements?
1 a see who is enterprising and to leiirn
what is going on. To seo if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have oome in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
ou at reuueeu races, or to watch - the
chance of an nuctioa . For amusement.
To satisfy curioety. Because they
have read all the stories, mnrrimres.
births, deaths,' locale and accidents.
llecauae they want to. Ilcoause they
can't help it, Ohio State Journal
Thb power of priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a' wonderful advk.irnat.
over fine .that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. Bot
advertisers, even those of eYnrien..
do not comprehend as well aa they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Sntiken words vermis th
graces of elocution and the force of
eioqoence, yet even trier, fade away inn
to nothingness u not caugbt in their
flight arid printed. ' Rut there is some
thine rn the silent lonunatra. thai nniat
, - . C B.W
assertion and the sense of permanence
shoot tirinted matter which in it
marvelous force and inSoernce. Busi
ness men thou d never permit them
selves to mW eight of what may bo
aecomolisl ed bv cerrtverintr naa i.f
the printing presses. Learn to 6ver
Use. B.rJd"tKen';the "W, whdtf -Bir9
wo ere 01 it. and vsn n.wiu Ism
knowledge worth baying.
In Zialeskis , . '
aMIH Zaleski Company, with Tiewtotkt h
. development of the local interealaof iJs
ki, to secure its permanent uiosperity, aaS M
add to it population and wealth, ar Bew
Ortering la actual settlei s, town lot aadfarva
land al low pnees. and on liberal terms - ;
Persons desiring to examine lh pre pert y
aod to buy cheap hona will applv ol Ik
Company' office to
R. THOMPON, Maeager.
Zaleski, Ohio, May 1. l7t. If ?
Which i adapted to '
All Sewing Machines,
NOTIOR particularly Ihe lai"p of HiO.i.
fiOOUKlua, Chicago. Ilia., with nve pateat ,
stamps. ' - II, 1. (.OODBirH,
OtHc and salesroom 206 but u, rhieag.
Ills. UnttfO. "
Zf you are Suffering from a
Urokcn Down Coall(U(lf1l. '.
Or require Remedy to
rurlfy and Enrich tbe DTIe
Ton will find nr.0rook':ompww4ljrrw
lip of Poke Ituot to postrmo ffrmtr SJs
it, cure you mure speedily, and do yoej
mora good thnu any and all oilier reus1
lle. combined. Thnt Pule, Tellvwr
H rkl.f-loiiklngptklii la clionged to on)'
of Irexhnesani.U bcalth. Thoee llaas"
of tlie HH I ii, lMinplea, PtielwIsM
Itlolrlira nml Erupiiuns are removed,
rtcroluln. KcroliiloiW lleaaes of 4hi
t ye; Uhlio Hnelllnga, (lleerw, s4
Mure or tiny kind of ilonior rstpidi!
dwindle nnd tllanppear n nrler It lofiusaosv i
lint la ilT .it la nature' own restorer I
A sol ii Ii i o oxyil of Iron combined with th
nicdlcluul pinpei ties of Poke lluotdivl4
ol oil (lisngi-eeiibla qttnlltlea. It will ear
any llNca-.ii whose leal or direct eaose it
Hull IIIoimI. Itlteninnllam. PaAwa I
l.imbsi.ir llone,'onatltutloa)rwie
tlowu liy Mercurial or other polaons, art)
all cured by lu Fur tiyphlll, or llyaiMt
llllc tnlnt.tliPrnisnotliliigeiiuattOlC A '
trial will prove it. bold by
UICOKUK W. riI880N, IlIcArthNr, Oklw
THE WEEKLY SDN is too widely ksowa
to re.oire any extended recommeadeliaai .
but ihe reasons which have already give it
illy thousand subscribers, anil which will,
e Impe. give it many thousands mor, era ,
hi ieHv ss Minus :
It i a Hm-rnle ne wspaper. All theatwief
ihe tiny will be found in it. condensed wha
unimportant, al fin I length when of momsal.
nnu always preariueil in a clear, Intelligible,
ind inteiestuij manner. ' ,
It is a first-nde family paper, fnlt of nt
taintng and instructive reading nf every kind,
but containing nothing- that can otteie taa
must delii'ste snd scrupulous tssle.
It is a first-raiesinry paper. ThsbssttaU
nml romance of current literalur areesr
fully si lrcteil nnd eg'hly primed IB lis page.
it is a tir-t-rnle agricultural rsper. The
niostlre.-h and instructive articles on sgri
ciilliir d topic Trgiilurly appear IU Ibis 4e- i
It is an independent political paper, belong
ing to no puny nnd wenrirg no cnllsr It light
for principle snd the election of the bst mew
to r ill cc It espeiinlly devote lis energies
h exposure nf tlie g eat eorriiplldns that
now weaken and disgrace out country, mu4
lii' ti n in undermine republican institution
u'togi-iher. It hits nofear ol knave, ad ask
no favors of their sii'iporters,
It repnrts 'he fashion for the ladle aod Ihe
market for the men. especially the cattle ,
market, tn n hich it pays particular altentiee.
Kinnllv, it is the chciipest paper published '
One dollar a year will seoure it for any sub
-ciilicr. Ii is not necessary lo get upaclut.
Hi order tn have I'llK W KEKH btIN al Ihla
rule. Anv miu who send a lingl dollar Wilt
get the pupor for year , i ! , ...
TIIK WEEKLY SsI'W Eight page,
Hliy-six foluniii. I'nlytl )ar. '9at,
counts f'rnm this rate. - '-. ; j :.
tiik ni:mi.wki:ki.y smr.-?
ie as Ihe I tally Hun. OO year. A )
cnui.t or 20 pei- cent, lo club of 10 or ot,
TIIK DAILY ftl'K.-A large lour psg
neuspaper ol Iweiu height eolimn. I'sily
itircii, alien over 120,000. Ail the aews fr
t cents. NuliKcrii'lion price 60 cents a moi th,
or (l a year To clubs of lOur over, di
count i.f 20 per -ent. , -
Addrca -TIIE UN, New Tark tliw.
TvT fa.iJT'ift 0"'L "'t'sUCsanwrlslt
w-tjw --..it .r in.., (m,,
J J jSisrry sa Iks , s,...,
jSisrry sa Iks rk;.. klu
imjaitrlr, tutf r.,l,ilhM
...... ... . .. ,ll'"ssn.,ws,lrt
. . , prwi-cins ,ns irsvtsUSg SSSsrtSS.
kowupr,Mrtaiki.iuplriloa.Ae. r's.
Thlalisn luicre.Un, work ellv ksslraS as sill
pair,, silk nnnirraua n,r.. In, .. ,o4 sssulas vslasSIa
l"'rm.llj i ror Ho., k, .r. srrtwl.srsssies.n.isaisll
rli.e Still It I a a book Ikat o.,h 1 i, k, ., i,UltU
sail h.,. ...I imiA , .l- . ' .
Ti. i I "-- -.-....i; wmmins
-. - .... uwmH mmm Banc (liai
vltnae repuiKllon la orlil.lds, ss ,b,aM bs Is I
vaw drawer r ,,, n,, ,j f,m,i, ihr,bslik,
finite. It embrace, tverrlhlD sb ihaa.hiM..r.i
f raiire afiteni Ibal I, vorlb kassls. aaA assah
Bol ..il.li.h.J Id ,n, otber werk.
cii. tan on ttres oi poaia1 r Flflr Caala. .
Suloll' Hi!1"'"' 13 ' klWv
Notice to the Affllc:ed and rnftrttuute.
Rllerore arpl.lna to Ihe sotorloue ignsska bs sT,nu lay
"kilo paper,, or sain, soy ..""a remit,, f, ,
ana rk no siauor wkslyoar SIhsm is, r k, tnft
alilctour eoudiiLn. w .., a asaasse.
rs a soabts kssas of iwoaiaam,
rinia;l alnilorird by aom, of llie'noatl,braui
-- .. "...r.oi ini.counlrr and Kuiopt, as4 ms
,.,nH7 WTVJ naii.oo ludl.aMa SISoUaaM ym .
klasorka. lime, suit parlors, So. IS N. KMisTsiTMr
ksia-oe Uirk.t aud Cbe.sul, fc'u Uula, Ms. 1 "
Notice to ihe Stockholders of
the Ga ipolis. McAnhut
& Coumbu8 Ralroad Co.'
... j . . i
A LL parties having subscribed lathe e
iViUI stock ol the O.. MoA. C. R. R. atd
hereby reqiii.rd to make payment to Ihe See
retaryofihe Companr, at his office th
Public Piiiare, in Usllfnoli, Ohio, ot if mora
cnnvenienl. to Itaniel Will. President of Ik
Vinton Cunnty hank, at McArthar, Ohio,
an installment ol five dollar on each share
so suhacrihed, within teo day of this data. .
Augmtlo. 1871. , ;
dee .1871.' -Q..A:
scali:s run . salk
STOCK and Ore Scale a good as law, ht
sale at very low price. Gallon '
h.c.joheb Altera..'
.r ?.r
? ' .'wi 1 v X..t i.tl
this office

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