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"o and after Sunday May M. 1T4. until Sirv
aaer doom. inlH mil run follows: Noa ,
1, t, ud willnta daily; sll other wuas daily
i 'f I G01SQ HAST.
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No S will flop atC S. Junction, I.ove
Und, Ureeofleld. Chillicolne, Hamden, Athes
sad Scott's Landing only. No. 8 will slop ai
Scett'e Landing. Now EouUnd, Athens, Ham
dea, Chillicolhe, Greenfield, Vienna, Bln'
heter, Loveland, Madiera, Madisonville-.
Oakley nd Uumminivilte, only. Noa. 50
will atop at C. A 8. Junolion, Msdisonnlle.
Loveland, Greenfield, Chillicolho, Hamdeii.
Athene snd oVwii'sLsoding only. INos. 1 4 4
will maksail ill top.
Ealeakl easl.leeves Chil-lleethe,
Ths Freight going
all Un tn-i Kevsviile. S 4S; Rich
Und Furnace,! 1 Hamden, arrive 10 o
Jepert 1 ; MiiArthur, arrive U &7; depart
II Si; "inton.arrivell 67-depart 1-' Slip, m ;
aleaki, 1 On Going west, leasee Znleskl at
4Mb mi Vinton Furnace. MoArthnr.
M; Hsmlen, 4 Rh-hlaiid Furnace, 4 55;
Bumf ill. 3: Ohillwnthe, T Hi.
will Imt Hamda IT 6. m. nd I4n.ni.,
rnfinR al HorUnioulh at 10 20 a. m. end U
a. m. Kelurnini I raina will leaf Hnrtainnnih
all 00 a. m and 1 M n. m.,arrifinKal Hnm
drn at 11 00 . in. and 05 p. m.
Trniniconnc-lat toland for all point on
the Litilo Miami Railroad, d at the Indian
apoha and Cinuinnati Kailioad Junction for
all poinU Weal; at Athens wnh the C dum
kna and Hocking Valley Railroad, at Farkeis-
k Ohio Railroad.
General Superintendent.
Wilkesville, Hamdea & Middleport
I WILL run a hack from Wilkesfillelo Ham
den on Mondavi. Wedneada)i and Kridaya,
reluming on the tame day.
I ill run a return hack to Middleport
ob Tueaday. Thuradaya and I aturdavf. re
turning on in aame iiara. ivon uo i u
wilkesville'akd hamden
I WILL run a hack from Wilkeaville to
Hamdea and return every Tueaday, 'I hura
day, and Saturday for the accommonanon
of paMeogera. rnakmK clnae connection with
lh mail train on lh M. A C. R. K. I will
alto carry eiprea package hipd to or
torn pointa by lh Aciama Kipre Co.
Ohio Patents.
The following patents were
issued to Obio inventors during
the week ending. August 27,
Coal drilling rriacuine ft',
11. Evans, Vienna.
Wagon brake A. llogue,
Tub stand J. C. IIollis,
Dumping and loading ma
chine McUrught, Springfield
Soldering lamps F. Ileiiz,
Cheese ring N. A. Wither
ell, Soloo.
Iron, bridge A. Barnenn,
Foot scraper 0. W. Reed,
Cbagriu Falls.
Strap loop,-S. 0. Talcot',
Vehicle spring U. Walker,
Cot ton s ed planter C.Wal
ten, I'owhattaD.
A Burukqtok man and his
wife visited a soda fountain.
lie said be would take
"crusade'' syrup in his. Much
. to bis horror his wife said that
he Wuuld alto try "ciu3ale.'
But the druggist knew his bus
iness, and the woman winced
nnder the tortures of hot gin
ger. Uer husband was savec.
Tub Milwaukee Sentinel is
authority for the statement
that the grasshoppers on their
way boulh stopped a railroad
train, and got copies of St.
Paul papers. When they read
that only a small portion of the
crops had been destroyed, they
started back to finish up the
It is said that Birnum has
offered Weston"$G00 to walk
gainst iine. 'Why can't
somebody offer him $3,000 to
walk against a stone wall or a
buzz saw?" asks the Boston
Olobj ,
"Kam, why don't you talk to
yoor'maater and tell him to Jay
up treasures in Heaven?"
"What'i de use .of him laying
up IrVasuaes up dar? Be nev-
r BAA nm aa(f d
Ak c4i phrase bas been al
teitd fo suit the age. An ao
Wunt of Petrarch in a morn
ing journal says "he wa born
6f ft rich but honest father "
A noirr old woman in De
troit got mad lately, becausn a
photographer wouldn't let her
fan herself while the had her
plittre Ukta.
l)r. J. Walker's taiiioruia
Vinegar Bitters ore a purely Veg
etable preparation, mado chit'Hy from
the native herbs found on tlie lower
ranges of tho Siena Nevada moiin
taius of CalifornLi, tlio lucdicinal
properties of which nro cxtractod
tuorofrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What is tho causo of tho unpar
alloled 8iii;ces3 of Vixeo.vb Urr
TERsf" Our answer is, thas they
romove tlio cause of disease, and
the patient rocuvoH hU health. Thoy
are the great ulood purilier and a
lifo-giving principle, a perfect Keno
vator and Invijtorator t'f tho system.
Never before in tho history of the world
has a mcdicino been coiniMHinded pos
sossiug the romurknliln (puilities of Vis
boar Bitters in hcitling tho sick of
every diseo man i.i heir to. Tbey are
a gmitlo I"urgiUivo ns well ns a Tynie,
relieving Congestion or Inflamniation of
tho Livor oud Visceral Organs, iu liilious
The properties of Dn. Wai,k-
Bu's Viskuar niTTKiisaro Aperient, Dia
phoretio, Cariniiiative, Xutritiiins, Laxa
tive Diurutio, Soilative, Oounter-IrritaQt,
Sudorifie. lf!" bm'1 nti-nninnv
GrateCul Thousands proclaim
vinegar liiTTEits the most wonder
ful Invinorant that ever sustained
tho sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit
tcrs according to directions, aud ro
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not Jastvoyed by mineral
poison or other moans, and vital or
gat) 3 wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Kcniittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
urevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially those of tho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland. Arkansas,-Ked, Colo
rado, Brazos, Kio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile., Savannah, Ko
inoko, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, tnrougu
out our -entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat nr.d dryness, are invariably ac
complied by cxtensivo derange
nicnts of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgative, exerting n
powenul Influence upon thoso vari
ous organs, is essentially necossary,
Thero is no cathartic for tho purposo
equal to Da. J. Walker's Vinegar
liiTTKRS, as they will Bpccdily romove
tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating tho secretions of the liver,
And generally restoring tno oeaitny iunc
tious of the digostive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vi.vkoaii Hitters. No epideuiio can
tnke bold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dvsnensia or Indieestion. Head
ache. Tain iu the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the btomacn, una 'losie
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsDriuffsof Dyspepsia. Ono bot
tle will provo a better guarantee, of its
merits than a lcDgtby advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Eil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Keck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions. Old Sores. Eruptions nf the Skin
Sore Eyes, ete. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseasos, Walkkk's Vik
BOABBlTTERshave 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, Diseasos
of the Blood. Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused bv Vitiated Blood,
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walkeb'S
Vineoar HITTBR8 occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter. Salt-Khenm. Blotches. Spots. Pim
ples, Fustufos, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. .
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tne system oi so many inou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. Ho system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free tho
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female (toniDlaints. in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn oi me, inese ion
ic Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you fiud its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluesish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul; yoar feelings will tell
yon when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health orthe system win ioiiow.
i r. h. Mcdonald a co.,
DrngirlsU Gen. Aft-, Sod FrancUco. Califor
nia, k. cor. of Wuhinirton and Clinrlton StiN.T.
fculd by all DruggUt and Dealan.
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
1TTOTJLD respectfully aay to the cltlaens of
T y vinton uo. that ne naa eninrgea ma atoca
-- ting one of the largest in the State. Our
Lsineaa has incteased every year up to the
firesent lima and we leel thankful to the pub
ic for past favors, and are determined to keep
a large stock ol every thing usually found in
a tirst-Oiasa Jewelry Store, and will keep tba
finest stock of gold and solid silver, Mso tha
beat Plated Ooods, as low aa any house in tba
West , . ,
We keep all the different brands of Amen,
can Watches Howard. United Htates, Elgin.
Wa'ltham and Springfield Manufacturea, both
in gold and ailvercasea. Also a large line of
gold imed wmm
from 125 to 1300.00, also silver from fit to
1160. Wnlia.es vrit reliable lull Jeweled,
Silver Watch from l6 to .
A full line of ail goode in our line, or made
to order hy experienced workmen, hepairv
id will receive prompt attention
Please drop in and sea us. Me tronbls t
W good. nijui
llarnefs, Saddle, ;
Ilrldlt'R, II all era,
UhlpN, spurs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
Mjr Inm1 und the puoiin Kner: l r rant,
nl to mil anil t-xmninr my lock and pu
rr. I niHka innrt honen worn, lira in
ltt toclt,DJfll al the w lowtut pric.
udianullctunnK done to order; sod all
Work Warranted as Bepresented
I. A. Iffi
8 LINE, N.Y.
'oreign and American
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers' "
Tools, Etc.
OldWktck Cue and old Gold and 811 ver
Dick's Encyclopedia of Practical Kk
caii'ta NU PaoiSKKin. Contaimngi,4'."i pran
tit-nl receipt! wrmen in a plain ana iiniiuiA
mai'ner. nod illimtrHted Willi eihlnniitory
ood-culH. HeinK a t'omiireheiimve tiookot
n ferem e tor the merchant, munurnctarer, ar
tian, amaleur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pluiruiaity and domestic economy
I'heacnne of this work la entirely dirt-rent
from any other book oi the kind. Hennas
tieiiira complete ami sinirsi inuiiipensiuie
brokof relereoce for the thousand snd one
receipts and articles needed in every hiius.
hold, farm, nurd en, etc., it includes i-lear and
eHlly understood directions for the apttlica
lion of many on no Kris usually h-quireu only
hy lonjt einerieoi-e, and so invested nf lei h-
nicimiiiies, or tne leciiiiirHinies oi terms useu
so In 1 1 v exiiUined aa to lirniK the entire sub
ject within the comprehension of any person
nt ordinnry inteiiitfeni'e. t roiuuneiu ainuun
the iniinenie mai nf aiihjecla treated of in
the book are tne tollowinir.:
The Art ot litems, Hnrd Holt and Toilet
Soups, Tnnnina, I'lMillstion, Iniiintion l.ii
uors, wines, uuriniH nnn miters, oiuer,
Brewlnit, Perufmer,KlaTorin Essences, etc.,
t. osmetics, Hair Hyc.i and Washes, Pomades
snd I'erhimed Oils', Tooih Powders, etc., Hy.
inns. Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Peiioleum
and Kerosene. Wenching and Cleaning, Vin.
ojar, tiancea, Catsups and Pickets, Receipts
lor the Unrdcn, To Hemnt e ntsiua.Kpots.etii
Pyrnlechny and Kxpleslyes, Cements, eic
WsterpronliiiK, Artiticis), Gems, inks anil
'Writing Kiui. is, Aniline Colore, Painla and
I'lgments, I muling and f aper-nnnging, H'
-online and Whitewash, Varniahing and Pol.
i'h ng, I.uhricniors, Jspnnning and Lacquer.
irg.Hoot and Harness Kls-king, Phoioginpliv,
Metals and Alloys, (lildmg, Silvering, etc
Kleetrotypinff, Klectn. plating, etc, Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
Measures. 6u7 pages, rcyal octavo, c!mh
Pric li.oii nmar
KICK t FlTZriCRALI'.Publnshera, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty.
Having control nfthe magnificent oil chro
mo, Yo .Semite, we are able to onera com bin
tior. of literary and ariistin worn ofgeuuine
worth, and at prices unprecedented.
This Hue cop; of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, la not presented in the usual lim
ited style, its dimemdou, 14x21), making
picture ol very desirable siae in itself.
graced by it presence.
Hut a lew copies of this beautiful t hromo
will 'je allowed to go to the retail stores, and
tnose win oe soia m tneir
Actaal Ketnll Price, tO.OO.
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
mine, both will be furo'ehed for
Aa a premium the picture may be obtained
ny sending us two subscriptions lor the Msg
sine at one doilst each, or by subscrbing Iu
I he Magazine two tesra in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Addreas,
Newbutgh.N Y.
8, E.SHi TEX, Publisher. 4.ept
2 BSt"
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2 xai3
8 . " it.7
3 - 7
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Ko. 110 THIRD ST.,
Odd FeUws' Block,
PublUheri oj
And other
Standard Beligious Worka,
Canvassing Agents wanted In aver en,,n
in the Unite J Slates. in
- - Formerly ot Hamden.l '
ANN0TTfICE8tolit friends ta Vinton and
adjoining counties that he haa bought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, oa '.'
. . . , . xTrvrt n '
iPflH I SMlllITH O
x 1 oiMVu 1 11 yJ'
He baa refitted it throughout, and ta prepared
to entertain tne Uarabng public at ressonable
rarva, Jas.
abriAge FACTORY.
Nortb-eaal f oroer of Mala and Jackaoa atreett
GEO. W. BIIUKTON, Troprietoi
: . Wnaufucturea . . 1
Carriages, jjuuuia. Sxjresstt, eU
dona 10 order on ahort notica. '
Painting and Trimmlna
ol all kiDda exeuutad in tne ncaleat and mol
artitio atvle.
KbFAlRlNG ol all kind in my lina will t
promptly and neatl dona.
a. nura uooe aiutia esiaoiiiinmcni in war.
n...i . u.....ni..i ..... ....
ou'edin the moat workiraulika manner, not
o ne exielled in any re pec t b' any other e
tabliahmentio thecotuliy.
Manuiaoturar of
ODateat, most (aahionable and elegn.nl atylea,
Second St., Near Mulberry.
I make it a point to do nil my work of the
iinlity of An'h or ilnrabililjr. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no appienlit'e
bova about my establishment, and I ran not
tail to pleaae any pernon who wants the beat
turnout made in the country. I refe' with
iiride to my cu.Umiers thrnnihout Houlntrn
tlhlo aa to the chanu-ier of woik coming
irum my wi'iory, and (iiaraniee ail my cua
tomera perleut eatialtulinn. -
All kinds of Turnouts fimebed and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing, Repainting.
. Will receive prompt attention.
1 hare constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left with me for sale, repaired and almost aa
, gooa as new, some or mem
iu,ui W7a
American Institute,
Embroidering and Tinting Machines
"I: is ingenious and will meet the wants ol
every matron in tne land.''
Exhibition of 18T2.
John E. Gavlt, Rec. Sec'y: F A. Bamari)
Prea.) Samuel I). Tilnian, Corresponding
anj y.
New York. Novam ,rM. IP79
This simple and lnt-nioi s machine la a M
useiui as me sewing machine, add is fast be
coming nuDtilar with ladiea. in tha idsee oi
epenive ntedle work, its work beiug much
more nsmisome, requiring mui h less nm
and not une-lenlh rsrt II. e eznense. No In
dy's toilet is complete without it A msi-hine
with illustrated eln'iilar and lull instructing,
sent on receipt of H or ttmi-hed in silver plate
or as ii.
Address, The BIcKce Manufacturing Co,
ji uroauaay. new lurk.
Two American Magazines
The excellence of American Vagaainea has
become io well recognised abrond.thal one
nt me lending rngllsh pspirs, the London
weekly Kegister, in a recent issue, thus
spesKsoi MTinner s Mnninly:
" H rs osn-aiasri to ova lAnf SrHIBEH'
M'iSTIILT eurria at Ikr prise aouiaM nil imr ikil
liitg swwtAy miaU Jor tprtisriry of iltnUratiw nsrf
nineryoy cowfesrs. r u fifnjjjr a wcsderHf sAdlHy.
saris Nothing e-m be iwm-s charming Ham Out rsd
Ml tiffor i und vigor; th light and tkatlt srs aura
ngrd with a bruin urtiatie power. Ont of Us cms ami
UsAy original arlieltn. Ira 'mill do not know which
to choone an beaf. or sacs asrf mil an mrcelunt.
Rot only is it irue that Hcritmer Monthl
excels the Eoglish Magimnes, but it is lAc
arm oj inm a mmean stowsies,
In the curst, variety and artiatin excel
lence of its illu-tnilion of American thmes
it haa n-ver been even apnroat-hed. mm
less excell;d It haa a larger page and gites
a grester variety in its enn'ente than any oth
er of the Standard Aroerican Monthlies
III literary r hi. racier, and in the brilliancy
snd ability ol us bditnnaliepartnients,it en
loya an eniial pre-eminence
luoonibietora stsrlmi with the riefliiite aim
of making I'U'f-eWflKiaansrinoW swrd.of whi
thev have never for a ninmeni li at eight, and
they point with pride and lessnre In til
TA ,y and June niunberr, lecenlly issued, an.
ask for them a candid examination ndacare
till comparison of their merits with those m
other mainittnea; and they renew their pledge
n inepiiouu, u si rive tor sun nigner excel
lence in the future.
A considerable demand has recently arisen
in bnginnd for nt Mi-hmas, HcnbnerV Ne
Magmine for Roys and dills, i ne publisher
ufBirnix n, .cure an eaitinn oi Hires tnotl
.and or rirst bouud volume (when completed,
with his imprint.
The success in th s conntrv nlfu Nh-hrla
has been even more remarkable than that ol
fcrinner s Monthly. It is pronounced to I'
' tdealh perfect maaaxlne lot children.' anil, as I
Hie esse Willi all the he- lltenilnre lor .-lilt
dren, it has been f -und to possess surpassing
interest for grown up radera. as well.
'I he influence of the periodicals of the Hay
can scarcely be estimated, especially upon
be rising generation. Parents snd teachers
can not altnrd to be inriirlerenl to this uiflii
ence, or carelea in relslinn to the character
01 the literature furnished to the childirn
outside of their school le.snns. In St N,.h.
0 aa sit only are history, natural philosophy,
I'terature, rfne aria, and maniilscliirrs pre
sented in an attract-ve way to young readers,
hut the children are stimulated to seek in'or
mation foi themselvta
The publisher will send to any sidress a
specimen number of t. Nicholas, postage
prepaid on receipt of ten cents, ihe latre cost
of paper and priming. The magaxmea are
sold by all first-class booksellers snd news,
dealers, everywhere.
a?-Ri"i!,!;S.J, 0hTflLr- Ti 3Sca no"
8I.M0HULAM, ... 8 g, "
SOBIBNEB & CO.,664 Broadw'y.g.Y
Trees! FlowersI Bulbs!
Nursery Stock! FrnitiPlower Rates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
tM acres; I2d year, IS greenhouses.
Apple, 1,000 I yr., I26J 1 y. $.)b; 8y. S46;4, 6o
1 catalogues, io cents. Jljulliru
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted everywhere. Buaineaa atrtrt-
ly legitimate. Particulars free. Address J
WORTH, Bt Unis, Mo xessptly
Fahmeks eh uid not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gatt for
whicn Ueorge VV. Brnnton. Mc-
Arthur, is the agent io this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and chenprst gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
lees tlian lie old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, fur it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are in McArthur.
La Creara da la dreain. No. 4. Price, aoc.
UooImuk 'D lh Wa,' (Wn-mn-llo, l.y
Kune; The Rreak. of lay. Reverie, by
ArUni; La Ballrnna, Polka hy Lichner; . ,
WnenUiSwaHo Homird Kir, by '
Oetten; Eap eglerii Capnva b, Er
hrd. t pin.-e f- r Wo.
aCreaie-e II f A QHe U
Ciiiiiaina ti e liJInw.nji niu.ic; Wc.
Mountain ttream, Capme, by 8. Bmit.li .
Count on SiaUalnp, by Jai-oby; Oraai
o, Romance, by Thalberg; 'liancing '
l rarr., ln-t., by Mallei Mj Vreraea,
Int . by l.nae ulMeInr i Mo.
Lntremena II O I de la
Crenae.IWI U O Jrn. 6
t oniain. ibe loiiuwinx n iiMfl.- Soa.
Ckant tu Mitotic, 'i ranwrlpihin, by
KetUtrer; Thine Own, Mnlodia, by
Ijinae. s nnH fr AOo.
Peten'RHAII riMlillea I
Monthly If 14 1 kbUN
a. b u ,
nli lna tin li-llo
wing iniisM. pneo, wo.
Two songs by Ha'
svs, two hy Uanks, one .
I Bscieri Oua'lelle by
by Maood. a Bscieri
Thomas, a Fourhaml flees a Quick
step, so easy March, and a beautiful
fantasia, by Kink el. ID pieces for 30c-
contains the following mlisio, price, ' SDe.
I wo new songs ty Maya, one ny trait,
one hy Stewart, a trio lot female voices,
hy Abt: a bacred Quartette by I-anksj ,
two Polkas, aprettjWHllx.anda March..
II plecea for - Mo.
Address J I.. P FTKR8, P. O. Box. i42.
o: t Broadway, New York, opposite Metrop
olitan Hotel.
Teas (! Teas ! !
P. 0. Uox, 1287. New York
HUBERT WELLS, President.
Black, 40, 00. CO. brut 70 cts. per lb
Green anil Black 40, 50. CO. best 70cts
Uncolored. 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 $1X8
Green, $110 best $130 per lb.
H ncrlish Hrpnkfawt
Black. U0. 70, 80, 00. best $1.00. per lb
N. H.-We have a specialiti nf Harden
firowth Yol'Mi HYS'IN and IMPERIAL, at
II M, and (.HH.ilNi,, F.xtra choice, 1 1. 00.
IMir leas ate put up in one pound pack.
Stfe. with the kind sn I price printed onewli
sur.il ! w A.i i r. is to i-i up i iiiiis io
sell our lens to laniilies, hotels, bnardioii
liouses and nthera. In writing lor terms ci
sending orders, be particular to address Ihe
President of the I'ompiny, thus:
RilHEHT WEI .13.
No. 4-1 Vraey fet., New York
We are compelled to request Ins, as other
parties nave i mi In led out nim name.
Pure Concentrated Potash,
Of double iheatrmKth of nnr other
I have recently perfected a new melhoiljif
pai'King; my rmssn or ijie.acu am now iihch
inir it only in bells. the cnatinz ol srhi.-n will
sniinnilv, sod does not injure Ihe snnii. II is
hacked in boxes cnnlninina H and 48 one lb
bslls, and in no oilier any. Inrections in
KnulMl and Cermati for makinx hanl and
soil snap With this I'ldaah aecmnpanv eac 1
pacKBg- - H.T. H AltllITT,
(14 to 84 H ashlimton Sit., N. Y.
Insurranc Department
Cowusics, February 10th, 1874.
VrHeRF-9 ,he New Enalr.nd MutiHl Life
vv Insurance I'oiiipany liM-ated at Hneion,
.hcSliite ol MsKsai-husett., lius tiled in tins
oltliea sworn si,. lenient by the orniier orH
ers thereof, ehiiwina its condition and busi
ness snd hss con-plied in all mher respects.
with Hie law a ol this Mate, relstinjr, to Lite In
siirnnce I'nmtianies, oririnised by act of Con
Kress, or by or under the laaa of sny other
tale ol Ihe H nlted states.
Now, iherelore, in pursuance ol law, I,
will.nm F-, t.hiirvh, suiierinteDiient of Insur
ance ol theeteieuf Ohio, do hereby cermy.
that said I'ompany is authorised to 1 1 ansae!
Ha anproiirnile buaines. of llle lusuraiK-e
mis suite in a-cordanca wit h law, inirinx Ihe
current year. The condition nnd nusiness of
.aid company at the dste ol su-n statement
I 'eceiii tier .list, I87;i,) is shown as ollows:
AKitregHte amount of admitted aa- -rets.inUudinK
'ha sum ol f .',i9,
923 M in ureiniuin notes, and
loans hidd bv ihe company on
policies in force, 12,070,110 81
AVliremiiesninuiiini nam lilies, in
cluding III iil,6lo uu for re in
surance reserve 11,328,7)0 16
Amount nt in. ome ror the pieced
mx astir in csh 1,481,875 02
amouni nt premium note or In
come for the preceding year 800,213 82
Amount ot expeniiiiurei lor the
preceding year in cah, . 1,607,607 38
Amount oi premium note expea
dittires for the preceding venr. :iT810 15
(Li. o.) In witness whereof. I have hereon
to oiibscrib- d mv nuns, and caused the seal
oimyotnreto be affixed tbeiiey and year
above written, i VYM. CHUKOH.
aoaw i . naras; aent si noArtliiir, u. -
TEA AflENTe wanted in lowrl and country Io
sen IK A, or get up club orders, for the lar-
geai lea uompany in America. Importers
prices and Indm-emeote to scents, r-vnd for
circular. Addresx, KliUKKI' WELW, U
VeseyHt., N. Y P. O Box 18S7
J'A. Christian Vniom, Henry Ward Beecher,
ciiimr. ot uci x-iiii ism, aays; "fsnifs wish
ing Io get ur clube. and ad who can net or
der, for tea, should write him for a circular."
The Hem York Weektn TViAsas. or8ep.3d,saye:
All UrnnKea' should write Robl. Wells lor
circular " - .... ,
The Bake, offjept.20., saji: Robt. Wells is
inurougniy rename." 23pr
Cottage Color. Paints,
l.OO ta tlJtO per (Jalloa.
UtongDISOlt, -
- 80c per gs.
Fits Fsuoa ------ I1.2J per fnl
Works in all faints as Boiled Linseed, only
ENOUsEOlL, ....... 76
Bead for cards of colors and eircalars. '
i ':','' BoleAgenta, ,
CT03 yr.O'KL'
Done Neatly and .Promptly
' It .
1( . If.Yoo
" Want a situation.
Want aierviint erirl,
Want to i'll a pin no,
Want to ell a cnrrlnsre,
Want to bur orsell a farm.
' Want a boHrillnjf. place.
Wain to sell town proprrty.
Want to sell jfrocerlog or driijfs,
Want to sell liouselioltl furniture,
Want to sell dry jtoods or carpets.
Want to llud customers lor anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
. . T- l I I.
Aiivernsuig snnwBpiucr.,
Advertising means'biz,
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well, j
Ad v e r t 1 8 e
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has viade his
fortune by judicious aaoemsmg
So exception to this rule can be
ited! iSlewart, (he Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resorty to gel his slock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good jor nun in aaversun, hi-
''... S. tie
could make u SHU belter in pros
perily, he became a persistent ad
vernser, aim mus yuuieu us vu
lussal fortune.
Home merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rends
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read tliia advertise,
uinnl. and if he is wise he will pnHi
l y its suggestion, if he has anything t
offer w.rtli advertising How piueli
tnr re then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied w th rend
ing matter, nro at leisure mi the even
ing, and must depend on their paper fur
their local news, the must iii portnni
item cf which is where they can Gnd
just what they want when they come to
town to make" their purchases. Ifyoui
stuck is so old, rusty, dusty snd out ol
style that it n worthless, or if it if run
down so that you have nothing left thai
people would w.nt, it is not worth
while for you to ndvortise. But if it is
new, fresh und sparkling, up to the
times, and such ns the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world that you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair prieo.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duly beyond that day.
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's name a per
uunent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in tha mins of men onti'
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Jp you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people nut to trust
your wife, you rush tt. your local pa
per, knowinij that every one will read
the advertisement Hut you will plod
along in business year alter year, with
out calculating how much yon ore los
ing. by nut advertising ttIirporter
If those persons who profess to b
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the puhlio wish to be
convinced ol their error, just let them
tNve publicity to somo matter ther
would not care to divulge to the world
even in me most oosoure corner oi h
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser't
Aovkrtisino is apt to give us tha'
gentle jug ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in'
Perhnps it would be a good plan for
Mndapie to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
last plnte. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Ex. ,
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who hss
them. To know if any one is selling
off ft reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satiafv curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because) they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio Stale Journal
Thb power of print is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advt,jtaee
over one that is written or' spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
d not comprehend as well as they
mfght the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, 'which lies in print
ed matter, spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even thet fade away In
to nothingness rf not caught in their
flight and printed But there is some,
thing in the silent lnogusge, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvolous force and inSnernoe. Busi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what ma ha
aconmplist ed by a persevering obs of
ins priming presses. i,earn .10 aover-.
Use, and then the "how, when and
where" ol it, and ytfa will hare
knowledge worth having.
' In Zaleski
... T '
rriHE Esleskt Company, with a view tola
X developmenlof the local isterealaof ialea
ki, to aevure IU permanent tuoeperity. ae) t
add to lie population ana wealth, era now
orleriue; to aewalxeUleia, town Ms and rarm
landa at low price, and en liberal tarns.
- Persons deeinnK to examine Ihe property
and to buy f heap honaes will apply at tha
Company's otfli-as to
1 ' H THOMPSON, Manaxer.
Zaleaki, Ohio, Hay I. I "I- ,
Whloh is adapted to
All Sewing Machines,
NOTIDR part icnlarlv the slai-a ofH.fJ
ODtlliRICH. L'lnr-ago. Ilia., w.lh Ave patent
stamps. H. !. .OWDR14 Il,
UrMi-eand salesroom 804 State st,, i'hieas;o,
Ilia. laaiiiiu
lfi.sw.js-" iff "' ' i IT'"-' "i" ljaeaaaaBl
If 70U are Suffering from any
Broken Down Constitution's
Or require a remedy to'
rarity and Enrich the Ulood,
You will find Dr. Crook's CompeandNyr
lip or rolta lions IO Jioenns y fritter
it, cure you more spottllly. and do yois
more R'Mmi initu any anu nu oilier ifiim
Ilea combined. Thnt Pnle, Yell
H rkl.v.ioltliia;Nltlri Is cliungeil to one
of IreslineRsni.il li. Tilth. Those l.lweawcs
of the SiUlii, Plinplea, Pustules,
Itlolrliea ami Friinilona are reuioveu.
fit-rol'uln. Seroliiloiia Wlseanra of tha
yea, Wuhe (twelllnga, I Icerw, via
horea or any kind of Humor mpldly
dwlntllntinil disnppenr under Us Influence.
Vital Is lit It Is nature's own restorer I
A aolul) oxyil of lion combined with tha
medicinal pi opei ties of Puke ltoot divested
ot nil dlsnKreeable qtinllllei. It will cure
any ill.easn whose reulnr direct causa Is
II111I IIIoimI. Itliennmilain. lnlna la
dawn by Mercurhtl or oihor poisons, are
all cured by IU r'or Nyphllla. or Kypbs
11 tin tnlnt, there la nnthlnn eoual to It. A
trial wilt prove It. bold by
KEOIMJE XV. f?IH8()N, AIcArtkars Okla
THE WEEVLY H'N i l" widely known
to reipnre any extended reoommendnfeni
hut Ihe reasnna which hsvealiemiy pivea il
Sfty thousand auhsi-riliers, snd which will,
we hpe, sive it many llmnsands mors, ar
blieflvss Inllows 1
It is a Brtrate n' wspnper. All Iheoswsel
the day will he found in H. condensed whea
iinimpnrtnni.nt full lenth when of moment,
ami a'ways preemrd in a clear, inlelligibls,
and inteiestinx manner. - '
It las flrsl-riite fsnnly paper, full of enter
laininRiind instriifl ve rendinn of every kind,
hut containing nnthimt that can ottend Ins
most delumte and scrupulous teste.
II la a Hrstrate slory esper. The best tales
ami romances o' current literature are care
fully aelected and eg'bly printed lr I's pajes.
Itia a Hr-t-rate sm nllur l paper. 'I ha
mostlre-h and instructive articles on sgri-i-uliiir.l
topics resularly appear in this Se
It is an independent politienl paper, belong.
ing to no party nnd wearing no cellar II fights
for principle and theelei ilon of the best men
to office II especially devotes its energies 4
(hit exposure of Ihe g.eat eorruptiona that
now weaken and rilsgrai-e out country, and
threaten in undermine rspnlSican inslilulinns
altogether. It has nnlrnr ot knaves, and asks
uo favors nf their stitpnrtera.
It reports the fashions for theladlea snd lha
markets for the men. especiallv the oalUe
markets, to which it pays particular attention
Finally, it is Ihe cheapest paper published
Hue dollars year will sicure it for any siib
sciiher. It la tint necessary 10 get up acluls
m order to have TUB WtEKLt SUN alibis
rale. Anv "ne who sends a single dollar will
get the paper for s year
THE WEEKLY NITX.-Eight pages,
filly-six column-, "lily SI a jesr. Nouis
count, 'rofn this rate.
ise as the Haily Hun. 'i OO1 year. A.dia-i-niint
nf 20 per cent, to duns of 10 or over.
THE lsAIL.YHVN.-A Urge lour prga
neaspuper of twent eiiht enli mns. I sity
circulation over 1 UO.OOO. (il the news for
2 cents. HAIiscrit'tioii iriccfiOc nlsa mm th,
or tO a year- To clubs ol 10 ur over, a dis
count 1 f '20 fer ent. ' ' t '
Address THE SITU," New York Clly.! .
fjfa rr4 a oaii,p'i'sucoos5rnike
sMaieUA i lHg OJSirrlinl sr llio.. ahoU t
M- J J isisrrr .0 ths l-hTil. k.l.l
V .ninfl. mj.isrli suit r.i.l.il.u.W
w vmwwa iSessuslsvslsi. wllSISsi
Isteil dltee.erles Is prsdaelnf not prsvsaUsg sfiprlsg.
Sow ui prcivrvs ths ennipLiloa, Se.
TSUIs ss IsteroatiDf work s f Ivs-fcsadrH asil tlttr -
pscfi.wlth anniersus tosrsvloci, noa solalns .alHSIs
Isturatiilnn tnr thoie who sn si.rrlid.sresbtcsiplaiiBiftr.
rl.. Stlllltlia book that ought u bs kept uadsrUsk
aodkpv. and aoilalit taralsiilj about lbs soum.
Iltiistalnl ths sxperlenes asS adtlre all phVilelaa
vhnie riiutitloa la world-wMe. snd iboabi btls lha pr.
vat drawaror tier Bala and tesiala throushontthaanilre '
floha. llambraceaavarthloson tba aulijactat lha fas.
aratlvs ariteni ihai la worth kaowlsi, ana stash that Is
Sot publl.hid Io bbt alher work.
Sent to anr ana trrao of ponafs) ttrFlfly Cffata. '
addrn. nr. Batu' Diipaaiar;,h'a. la If lhlh ttraal
St. Louis, Ma.
Notice to ths Affllc.el anl Unfortunate.
ltelsni spplilnf ta rha aatortosa qaacka who adranlst las
tnbllo p.tri,ar salus any quack rtmedlas parBta Dr.
atil' work 11a mattar what jour dlaaaas ta, sr haw dapltr
ablajoiir coodltloD. . '
Pr. Hutu soeoplra a dosble hsoas r twaoty-SBtta '
rnma;l alndoraed hy sosieof ths stoat aelsbraltd siadl
Salproreaaoraarthla country and Kuiope. and eaa bacon
ultrd poraoBslly ar by aiall.aw thadlaoaaaa aimloiri la
hla worka. limes snd parlata, No. II N. Klfbth .trtak
halwata Utrktl snd Vhesast, Bt. Loula, Ms. ga.
N"otice to ihe Stockholders of
the Ga lfolis- McArthur
& Coumhas Ealroad; Co.
A I.Ii parties having suhsenhed tolhe esp
ital atoek ol Ihe O.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to theSee
retaryofihe Company, at his ofnee on tha
Public Square, in nallinolis. Ohio. 01 if mora
convenient, to lianiel Will, President of lha
vintonuonnty Bank, si McArthur, Ohio, o
an inetsllment ol five dollars on each share
so subscribed, within ten days of this data..
AUgU.t ill, lOlf,
Q McA. A C. R. R.Co
dee S 171.
QTOCK and Ore Scales as good sa new, for
tccaie at
very low price. Call on. 1
B.O.JONES Attorney.
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