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TUURHDAY, OCT. 10. 187'.
ud after luaday May , it14, until fur
.r toll Ireln. will ruo thlluwa: No t,
S, 4, and "ill rea elys all elberlraiBa daily,
a.pt tea.:
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Fuktriairf . I Stan 10 ooar
fop far-. 10 41 "
tlM)........H 44
fnm.ll 11 H
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fe.Uaad far.. .11 4
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' IT S will Mil 1 i Junction, Love
atad,troflld.ChtlliCota, Umdeo. A than
d Beolt'e Leading only. No. I will atop it
aStt' Leading, New England, Athena, Ham
Ja, Cbiilicolhe, GrwnnVIti, Vienna, Wan
jr, Loreland, tladitra. MadKonvill.
aklay nd Cammintvilie, only. No. 56
Illl tp at 0. A H. Jonclion, Madlaoaville,
evelaad, OraeaReld, Chllhcolh. Hamden.
Athene nd Scou t Landing only. No. 1 4
till aake all ih ttopa,
Tallkl Frlghtf,nln;t.lavChil
ItMik, all 00 a an j nay.vi I. 4 44; Rich
Bad 'urate, tS; Hamden, arrive 10 (li
, Sewan I Mi McArthtir.arrlve 10 47; depart
alt Tiatoa. arnvell 4T depart II 10 p. m.
Yalki, I u Goinc wdat, Iravea Zalcaki l
I at p. m.; Vinton Puraao. I Mo Arthur,
Mi 1.1404, 4 Richland Furnaue, 4 Mi
BayavUI,! Otiill'eoih. T 10. . -
Xi 1 1 Inn Uamdm alT to, m and t 16 p.m.,
rriTiaa at Portamnulhal in to, m. an J 1 14
!. m. Kalurninglraina will leev Portamotiih
1 1 M . m and I 84 p. m., erriviog at Ham
a at 11 a. ai. aod a Oft p. m.
, Trla oonnwl at Luflaod for all point on
tk Lllll Miami Railroad, tnd at the Indian
bmIi and Ciolnnti Kailioad Junction for
.all paint. Waal; at Athena, wilh lh Colum
a and Hocking Yaliy Railroad.! Parker,
karf ilk tha Baltimore A Ohio Railroad.
General oupennteoileat.
Wilkearille. Hamden b Middleport
u mr T iTvi?
I WILL ran a hack from WilkMVilletn Ham
denoo Mondan. Wadnewla) and Friday,
.lnnin ab III rn ji dava.
I mil alao run a return back lo Middleport
a Tuesday, Thursday tad t atnrdav. re.
larning on tli ami day. lOUN LETld
IWlLli ran a hck from Wilkea.ille to
Haradea aod return etery Tutday,Thun
day, and Saturday for the arcommodatioo
f paaaeogere, malting cloae conne'liun with
the mail train oa the M. A 0. K. R. 1 will
aUo carry eipreaa pwkagva ahipped lo or
trom poioH or id Auama cxpre uo.
M & C. R. TIME TABLE. The Big Show.
: Our readers will observe
that we have devoted a con
. liderable epace of this week's
.Skao to the advertisement o
the great European Zoological
Association, Museum, Royal
Coliseum World's Congress ol
wonders and Gigantic Circus
comoination exceeding in
magnitude any thing in the
tuow line ever seen in Vinton
c ounty. As Mc Arthur has not
had its' quota of shows this
summer it is probable that the
above announcement of a big
how coming will create a gen
iral excitement, but when we
ran assure our readers that the
European show stands at the
head of the list, the success ot
the establishment here is in
sured. Everywhere this con
cern is highly spoken of as it
has taken a new departure
and presents many attractions
that are quite novel and
unique. The great twenty
thousand dollur steam musical
instrument yclept, the wonder
ful Operonicun will be an en
tire new feature to the citizens
of Vinton county.
- This instrument is and to pro-
f . nan n .. . . 1. A I . I I
uuiio music mat may ue near J
at a distance of four miles yet
Its soft tones; are singularly
iweet. Trie procession is said
lo be the fin-sst of any ever
made by a show company in
America, Remember Friday,
October 23d, is to be the big
bow day, .
Said a Democratic orator to
B ArnaVri n f tha lailimil m
Louisiana recently: 'God in
lis providence has intrusted to
VOnr handfl tha Alatrntinn . nl
W vaw.HV.WM V.
the negro.". The hit was a good
one;' but it would have been
belter if be had told bis audi-
-enee-just -how many negroes
had been elevated in obedience
to this divine trust.
'? ' ' ' ' ' n '
1 Tax Woman s Journal holds
that it is not lying for a woman
to swear that her age is twen-tT-eigbtprovided.shi8
tr a husband.
Thi Chicago Common Coun
cil is called -The Robbers
Biuoows might be used by
policemen ior taking people
Thi Horn ot the Dilemma
for Tyndall The Matter-horn.
Av Oslakosb judge got two
bars ol soap tor a marriage lee.
PxxriaftXD - creditors are
those who do not dun ' '
Advebtissmkhtb labor, while
tha advertiser sleeps.
Dr. J. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters ars a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chielly from
the native berln found on the lower
ranges of the Sierra Nevada nioun
taius of California, the medicinal
properties of which Rro extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily nsked,
" What is tho cause of the unpar
alleled success of Viskoab Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they
roniove. the cause of disease, nud
the patient recover bis health. They
r tb great blood purifier aud .
life-givinK principle, a pvrfuct Rono
Tator auJ Invigorator of the Bysteui.
Kover before in the history of the world
baa a medicine bona compounded pos
sessing the remarkable quulitioa of in
to A3. Bitters Id hcnling the siok of
every disease mm U heir to. Tbcy are
a eontlo Pnrffntivo as welt as a Touio,
relieving CungcKtion or lufiauuuution of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in liiUous
Tho properties of Da. Walk-
BR'a Vinboar BirrnBsara Aporlont, Uia
phocetia, Carruluative, Katritiou', Laxv
tire, jjiaretlo, Sodativs, Counter-Irrituut,
Sudoriflo. ;.'.. anil ATiti-Hllinua. ;
Grateful Thousands proclaim
VrssQAR Bitters the most wouder
ful InviRorant that ever sustained
(he sinking system.
- No l'ersou can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
boues are not uetroyed by mineral
poison or other mans, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious. Remittent, and In.
termittent Fevers, which are eo
prevalent in the valleys or our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri; Illinois,1 Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire couutry during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ment of the stomach nnd liver, aud
other Abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatmeut, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon theso vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily Minor
the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions, of the digestive organs.
'Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Tikeoar IliTTURa. No enideuiio can
take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, ram in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dininest, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
In the Mouth, lil lions Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia, One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of itt
merits than a lenethr advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
xtecK, Ouitre, bcrutulou I mlumuiation,
Indolont Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Vik
loAkBlTTEBShaveshown their great cur
ative powers in tha most obitinate 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 DO equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, snch ai
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance In life, are sub
ject to paralyBis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
YftfEOAR Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt-Khenm.Blotohes, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las. Itch, Scurf, Discolorstions of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dng up and carried out of the system in
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. Ho syeUm of medicine, no ver
mifuges, do antheiminitica will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, lit the dawn of
womanhood, or the turn of life, these Ton
ie Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its imparities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul your feelings will tell
ion when. Keep the blood nave, and the
ealth of the system will follow, . ...
. K. H. AcOOSTALO eV COM -DrnggUt
A Gen. Agt., San Francisco, CaBfor
Bia, A oor. ef Washington and Charlton Su.,N.r.
. tolU bjraUlUrusgUuauul Deaden.
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
CniLLlQClRE,OU10 '
TirOULD re.pecttullr a y to tha ellisen of
TV vipionuo mat nenueniarxedniaitock
iakiB one of the larcat in the Blata. uur
tatineea haa increated every year up lo tha
present lima and weleel thankful to the pub
lie for pa at ff or, and ar determined to keep
a large .lock ol every thing n.ual'T found in
a flrat-eiaaa Jewelry Btore, and will keep tha
finest (took of gold and aohd ailver, aJao th
beat Plated Uoode, aa low aa any houe ia tb
Weal -
W keep All tha different brand of Ameri
can Watcbaa Howard, Doited Htatea, fclgin.
Waltbam and Springfield Manufacture, both
ia gold aod ailver enae. AUo Urge line of
Shora) tli to IS 00.00, alo ailver from 111 to
H40. We have a veiy reliable loll Jeweled
Silver Watch from tlttofcttt-
A full lina of ll good in onr Una, or made
in order by experienced workmen. Rer air-
rniwili receive proaipl attentxia
Plea drop IB a 4 a. Aio tronhl I
abow good.
Uarness, Saddles, ;
Urldlfsi, Halters,
tblpa, apurs. Truce
Chains, Barnes, and all
Other Articles of 8 addle' y.
at rrtendaaiut IK BnnlM MaaraMv araiavii.
nl to cell and axaniiu ntj stock atxt pit
re. 1 irutk nod hene.l work, us tb
im auxa, aeii at in r s pnr ,
- and.aianaActurinciloa to order, aadaU
Work Wan anted as Beprisented.
Foreign and American
t - - - ' -
Watch Materials.
Watch Makers' f
ToolsEtc, .
Old Watch Cue Bail aid Gold and fall vet
Dick's Enctci.opbhia or Practical Rk
airra Ni PaoriKHXa. Conlainingh.m prai
iioal receipb, written in a plain and ntiiUi
inai ner, and illii.trateil villi rxi'lnnaton
jromlvuta. Hciaj a comprehenaive hook ul
r- rwence lor th inerciiant, mHiiuruclurer, r
n.an, amateur and houaekeaper, ini'liulim
meilicine, phxrniooy ml doincslic econnmi
I'he acope of thia wurk la entirely ditfren
rom any other hook ol Ih kind. Healne
eiitfk eoniplela anil aim' at IndmpeiMilil
brok of refrrence for the thouMnd and on
'eceipla and rticle nreded in everjr huua
hold ,fnrm, garilen, etc., it include cWr and
eamlj nndarttond ilirectiona for the applir
lion of manr ofihe art uaiiallyai'quirrdoiil'
j long experience, and ro ili.eaied of torn
nirhalniea, or the techniriililipe ol terra ue
. fully explained a to bnux Ihe enlir auh
i-cl within th comprehension ofnm porsoi
if ordinary intelligence. I'roiniineni ainoui
'he Immense ma of uliiecl treated of u
the book are the lollowinx:
The Art ol bjeinii. Hard Bolt and Toilfi
'Onps, Tanning, I'lMillHtinn, Iniilntion l.iq
uur, Winta, Cnnliala nod Itinera, Cider,
llrewtng, rcrurmery.FlaTonnii L.cnoe, etc.
oi-meiira, llmr Uvea anil Wn.hca, Pomadr.
nd I'erlumed till-, Tooth Powder, elo., By
iu, Alcohol and Alcohol metry, Pelioieuu
ind Keroaene. Hleaching and Cleaning, Vin
ar, oauces, Cal.upa aud Picket, Receipt
or the Unrdcn, To Vemoie Mliia,Spota,etc
I'yrotecliny ud Kxpaivea, Ceinenla, etc
iVatrrpruunna;, Artilicial, Gema, Inks an
A'rililiK Kluiiia, Aniline Colon, Paint ani
I'imnenta, I ainlinu nnd Pnper.hnnninu, K'
-omineanil WOitewaah, Varniahinc and Po1
h na, l.ubric ora, Japnnning anil Lacquei
t , Hoot and llnrneai lila-king, PhoioiBpln
Melnlt and Allora, (.ilding, Hil.ering, etc
Klei'lrotyping, Klevtrr.pluting. etc., Palm
iledicinea, Medical Receipt-, Weight am
Meaaure. SoT pngci, rcyul octaio, cNdh
Price ivon i.mr
DIUIv k flTZtiERALI'.PullntherH, N. T
Worth and Beauty.
Haring control of the mamiflcen: Jil chro
ino, Yo Semite, ara are able to otter a combin
liar, of literary and ani.tia worn of genuine
wonn.nnu nt pncea unpreceoenteii.
Thiaflnecopy of piece of Nalura'a grand
eat work, la not preaentrd in Ih uauel lim
ited lyle, it dimenaiona, I4x, making
piciura ui eiy neairaoie .iae in ll.eii.
irraced hy Its preaene.
But few copica of this beautiful I hromo
win oe nowert to go lo th retail eUra, and
uioae win oe aoiu a ineir
Attaal Bctall Price, 16.00.
which if ordered in connection with our Mas
: l . L it L - . i .
uaiue, uum win oe lurQ.anen ior
As a premium the picture may be obtained
ny eeuuing us two ubsvripiiona lor the Hag
tine at one dodai each, or hy aubacrbina fu
the Magniine two fear id dnc, at on
iloliar per annum. Adiireta, '
hewbutgh.N. Y.
8. E. 811 1 TES, Publisher. 4wpt
AO. 110 TI1IRD ST.,
w Wm. GAETSOfjy & CO.,
. Odd rehuws'. Blocks -COLUMBUS,
PuHisAer ef
Arnr otner',"
Standard Eeligloug ""Works,
Caavaaaing Agent wantd la avary 4oa
ia tb Unitoe Btataa. . ; ; jant
- Formpyly ol Emdo.
ANNOUNCES t bl friwnde Ut Vinton aad
adjoiniaicf untie Ikat be ha bought tb
Hotel Formerl Kept hj Olias. Smitli
-' Tbrae doonr wt cl Maduoa, oa
Be ha refitted it thronghont, aad ia prepared
to enlartaia lb tiaiaLuia hue aiMafonafat
raM. Jb4
1 i iV-'
i offo V .
I 1. 1 : ., I l.i vl..iriir
Nnh-aat eoraej f Maia and Jaeuea atraatt
MARTJIUR.0flI0 ' ' ;
... i. I i l
GEO. W. BBUNTON, Proprtetot
' Maaielur
i: I . I. ; . i ' I''1 1. 1 ;
Carriage, wglt. l Etyru$u, $(c
4LM,aa iu aiaaa oa won
ioa la order a hortaolic. .; ,
: Painting and iTrlmmlrtfj
ol all kiad eiiwutad la IS laaiail aad !
rti.ti ttfl. ...
RtHAlklNQ el ll kind la ha will b
pramftlv and Mat) do.
aoud to he aubauntial, pat up'volld and aia-
eu'tdia tha moat workmanlike aiaoaer, aot
o excelled la toy reapoct bv aay other a
abliahmeali tb ootalrv.
)7j ,, ManufMtarar af: , s , ( ;
'ii j ' Hi H'-.i j
I '.I i H. I r n.'.ii y I ii
Of latait, moil laibioaaM and altgaal atylw,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
ciiiLLicbTiifi, ; 6.
- I make it point le a all ny work of Ih
iieat material, tod Hand aecoad t noa ia
mialiiy of Sniah or durability. I mploy ao
nlenor workmen, th.re ara n appianlir
oova about my tblihinnt, aad I can aot
'all to plea. any peraon wha want Ihe beat
turnout man in in eouniry. i ren witn
rid la my co.tnwier throoahout Heutuera
bia lo Ihe character of work earning
nim my nu'torv, ana luarant au my uua-
lomera parlMt alilotioa. . i , ,..
all kinds of Turnout 'finished and
ready for sale, or mads to Order. '
Call and examine my Stock
- ! i .. : . t
Repairing, KepaiBtlat;, Etc.
Will raeelve prompt llantloa.
1 bar coniUutly a alock of. .
Jarrisgei, Baggies and Expresses,
K with m for !, repaired and almoal aa
gooa new , oro or meat .
i 1 .....- .ii . . : . i
"IKiUl IS73
American Inatitute,
3mbroiderinz and Flutinjr Maohines
"It i ingenioua and will mt lb want of
very matron- in ihe land.'' -
Exklultlea af 18T2. ,
ohn E. Cavil, Rec. Seo'j; t A. Bafnirrf,
rea i 8auiul 1). Tilmaa, Oorreapondlng
ru j.
Thia aimple and inacaioi machine ia aa
laeful aa Ihe aewiug niavhina, .id la fa.t bo
oming popular with ladiea, ia the place nl
xpi-a.ive atedla work, ila work beina much
more hamlaome, requiring much leaa time
nd nut une-lrnlh part ti.a eipeaae. ho la
iy'e toilet i. complete without it A machine
nth illi.itratedi ip ular aad lull inatruciion
enl on receipt of ia or finiahed iu ailver plat
or ti TS. r
tddrca, Tk BleKta IHaaafactarine CaH
u Droauway, new lurx
Two American Magazines
Th excelltnc of America Magaajna haa
lecome l well reeogniaed abroad, that eae
r. me leaning fcnghea pap. ray th London
eekly Hegiier, in a recent latu, Ihu
peakaof Bcribner'a Mnnlhlv: '
Wt are eoaxYabud I mn Oal BCStBSEU'S
Ul.nvHLl earrm eltMpnM uaiaMall owiAtl
ing mmlhtf miali Jar brilliancy of xlliuirctimu mt
wrkVy tf CMtntt. H it mtmplf a avadeiyU akdMaeV
ra iiauaay m at am Manaaa thmn Uu ratt,
-nw n on aad Hour; u ligM aad aaaifa an) am
igti wit lm, arriwie power. Oal iu mt and
unit orifitnl trUdtt, wt rauHy lie aot how wAtdk
e eow a m, or tacn mnt mil art txctlltnl."
Mot only ia il true that Mcrilmer' MonthW
xcel the English MagaxioM, bul II la Ikt
Bern tij tna A mrrican nvmihittt.
In th extent, variety and artiftle excel,
lenca of ita illu-tralion of American Ih.mea,
it haa a.ver beaa even approached, much
leaa excellH It haa a larger page and giiea
areaier variety in it Ron-ama man any oth-
-r onne otannaru American Monthne
In literary character, and la the brilliancy
ind ability ol its Editorial ueparlnitnta, it a-
.ova an equal pre-eininaoo
Ita ennaiiclor eurted with the definite aim
f makiogK aWbaataMieuiatuilat awrld, of which
ihev hve never for a monieul li-at tnht. and
tliey point jrith prid and pleaaure lo the
M.y and June number', lecenily laaued, and
atk for them a candid xaminlioDandrr
ml coinpariaoa of their merit, with thou of
other mar aloe;, and they renew their pleg
in in puouo, to flinvw ior ami nigner exoi'
lence ia the future. .
A conaiilerhbla demand hai recently ariaea
in Enirlnnd for 81 Michnla.. Hcribner'r New
ttagtiainefor Roy and fililt, re puWiaher
'ir.iniiH to wcure an wauioeoi inrea mod
and of Sr.l boud rolu-ne (whea sompleted,)
with hi Irapriat. . i
Theaucceaaia th a country of 9t. Nk-hnlaa
baa beeo even more remarkable lhan that ol
-cribner'a Monthly. It ia pronounced to I'
uUall) ftrltd buo.imm or eWdrwa," aad.aa i
'he cam with all the boa' lileratiira lor ehll
drea, it haa heea f nnd to peaaeaa aurpaxemg
mierea. ior groaa-up raaera, a wan.
'Ihemlnenceof tha periodical of Ih day
eaa acrcely be emanated, especially upon
lb rieing gf n.ratioa. pareata and Uachcr
fan not atlord to b indillereat to thia inin-
ence, or carelea ia relation te the character
oi the literature furni.hed to tha ehildien
nntaide of their achaol laoo. la HI Nu h-
o. act oalv ara kiatary, palural philoaophy
literature, fine art, and wi.nuiaciun.a nr.
tented iaan attraet'va way I younf reader.
uu. inr nii ircn are ttimu lta t k inror
(nation fbl Ihenaelv. a . ,
The publiahera will tead lo any arfdrae a
apei-imea number f Ml. . Nk'holaa. aoeiau
prepaid en receipt of lea eenta, the Ur eoat
oi p,ierana pnntiea. The mag, ara
aold by all flr.t-claaaloakNllor and new.
ncaiera, everywhere.
RJ?Ri8.S OTHtt, S4 a year; Sic ao
Me. A A,vy 41 wAj AO, m ,a M t , Ot,
BOEIBm CO.,664 Broadw'y.H.T
Trees! Flowers! ; Bulbs
larssrT StooktrrttitAllowsr riates
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
' ' 1LUHOIS. '
' erXare:Kd Veari IS eraananiia.
Apple, i,(ioo i yt., t'Ai s y. C: tj. ats.y v
4 eataloguea, to ccal.
t72.00 EACH EETV
Agent wanted Terywtiar. Buaine ttrlct
ly legiliwiai. -Particular fr.' Addreaa t
WORTH, Bt Lanit, Mo ., , , SSeeptly
Farmihs sa jcld noi' fsif h ex
amios the patent farm gate for
which Ueorge W.' Branton, Me
Arthur,' is the gent' in this and
Jackson cpantjf., llt i the best
and cheapest gate erer designed
for a farm..OMtiD&r fiftv ner cent.
test than, ihe old fashioned gater
ana is more darsnie, for it can:
not sag. Examine it when joi
are ia MtAxtkur.
&a Vtrmmm A U Creaaa.-'Ko. 4. . Inoe. 40c.
Coutaine i d Ih be. Dah-andle, l y
Munei The Hreak ol Iy, Keveri, by -AriiiUi
La Hall.nna, Polk by Lichnerj"
When Ih Swallow. Homt ward KIT, by .
Oreiea; lp .egleria, Capno by Egg
haad. i i i iei-e f r i . . . . Vkl .
Lafrraae J m rJ4 Wt
lra..V It fm rA l
- l oaiaii' li e a llitiug oiu.wi 1 SO.
Moiiaiaia Mream, tapnee, hy S. BmitAi
-Count on t abalop, by Jarahyi Graat-
oa, Komance, by Trialberg; laneiag
i l.eae, lo-l ,'by Mattel May Ur, '
InM . hi l..ne piece Cor Wo.
I.OrMta 0 l l. la,
fr.!-! U U I Na. 6
t ioiain ihe lollowing aiu.iei i 40.
Ckant da Hivoue, TraawrlptioBr by
lKeltrrt Thine Uwa, alelodie,, . by
Ijtnge A piece Sir Os.
PlaraH A -rAM a la 1
latklyll AIIwHUn . 8 O ,
auiae tor loiiowinx. aiueH', price, - ao.
Two .onga by Hva, Iwo by IJank, 00
hy Hood. a Saereii qta'tetl by
Thoma. a Pourhand Piece a Quick- ' '
., aiers in. ey Mcrclii and-a bMUtiful
raniatie, by Hinkei. 1 piece for ' sob.
contain, th tollow io mnaio, prlee. Sue.
iwo aewtang ny nava,ony rraii,
oaa by Stewart, a Ino lai fc-mal voice, ' i
hy Am; a Nicrad Quartette hy I'anka,
Iwo Polk, pretty Walla, aad a Maicb.
11 piece for SOo.
Addraaa J U P PTER8, P. U -Box. Mf.
H-t Hroadway.Maw York. Mit Matraa
lllun Hotel. . . , ,,
Teas,! Teas!!
.-. ('..' i 'v;: u- :'
HO. 43 VESET 'BlREEh '
P. O. 6ox, 1287; ' ire w York.
' ROBERT WELLS, Pre.irtenl.
' ' ; i ; : ' '
. ., OOLONG, ,,
Black, 40, 60, CO. best 70 cts. . . . per lb
. MIXED.. .
Green anil Black, 40, 60. CO, best 70cts
Uncolorod, 60.70.80. 00,; best $1.00.
Green. 60. 70. 80, pO. best f 1.10 per lb.
Green; 60, 60, 70. 80. 90. 1.00 best $1X5
Green, $1.10 bejt$130 per lb.
Hnclish' Breakfast
Black, eo, 70, 80, DO, best $1.00. .per lb
N. M.-We have a apeciality of Uarden
fl it), and t)(ll,ONi., Extra choice, 11.00.
Our Tea ate put up in one pound pack,
agea. with the kind and price priuled on each
AGENT4J WANTED to get up flub to
ell our tea lo hmiliea, hotel., boarding
hou.ea and other. In writing for term cr
tending order, be particuliir to addrea Ih
TreMUent of the Ooinptny, thua:
RnttEHT WKI L8.'1 ,
No. Vetcy BU, New York
We are com pel led to reqlieat hia, other
panic nave imitated em dim nam.
Pure Concentrated Potash,
Of double ih ttretgth of any other '
I have recenllv perfected a new method of
packing my ro'a.h or Lie. and am now pack
ing it miry id balla, tha coating of lu.h will
eapnnlfv, a, id doe not injure ihe otip. II ia
packed in boxe containins 24 and 4S one !b
hall, and In no oilier way. direction in
Kngll.h and German far making hard tnd
ollaoap with Ihu I'filnsh v-nmint ec
package I H. T. BAH1SITT,
64 lo 84 YVoahloeton HU, N. Y,
KlaprlMA .
IxLsnxraiice Department
. . ' i '
CoanaMts, February Utb, 1174.
TlfHER FJS Ihe New England Mutual Life
v uiauran'ie company located at Boaton.lu
,ne siate ol Maaaactiuaeii., nat mad in tni
orwea aworn aihtcm.'nt by me proper om
t er. thereof, ahoWina ita condition and biiai
oeaa and haa complied in all other reaped
with.lh law of thi btale, relating to Lite In
aurance I'orr.paniea, organlted bv act of Con
greas, or by or under lha law of any other
oiai oi me united Ptitte.
Now, therefore, in purrnanca ol law, I
William F. Church, superintendent of Inftur.
ance ol Ihe Mlnia of Ohio, do herehv ceniiv
that aid company- ia aulboriaed to liantact
li a appropriate buaineta of life inaurame iu
tin tnU in a e ordance with law, during the
curreut year. The condition nnd nnvineaa ol
aid company at Ihe data of auch atatement
V 'euenioerAiat, lu.) ia anown a lolloat;
ggregate amount or admitted aa.
i-eia, including ihe um ol IA299,.
i So. in premium note and
loan held by Ihe ootnuany on
policies in force, 12,070,119 81
Aggregate anmiiiiioi iianiiine, in
cluding til .101,619 uo for re in
surance reaerve 11,328,739 IS
Amount ni imoine ror toe pieced
ingyarincaah S.481,871 91
Amount of premium note of in-
coma for the preceding year 800,318 S3
Amount of expenditure lor Ilia
preinriing year in paxli, 1,407,007 88
Amount of premium noieexpen.
dilure for the preceding year. SS7.S16 15
IL. i. I In wilnea whereof. I have hereun
to Hubacrib- d my name, and cauaad Ihe teal
or my omceto M taxed the day and year
abov written. WM.CBURCH,
, Huperiiileorient.
Joan I . Kirsa, agent at HCArtnur, u.
ao i . NTs Wanted
TEA AflENTc wanted in town and country to
aell TEA, or get up club orilen. for thelar
el Tea Company la America. Importer"'
price and inducement lo iicent. fend for
circular. Addreaa, ROBERT WELL, 43
TeaeyMt., N. T P. O Box IW .
ThaChriMiu Union, Henry Ward Beecher,
cuitor, oi Ucit. aoth lent, aaya: "Partita with.
log to get ur club, and ad who can act or
der for tea, ahonid writ him fona circular."
Tna Haw York Wnktt Triimnt. ol Hep . Sd.aay:
"All 'lirang' ihould writ Robl. Weill lor
circul.r " , . . , i
TA , of Sept. 20., ji: vRobt. Wella I
tborougnly reliable." , , .SSapr
Cottage Color Paints,
1.00 11.60 per Geilaa.
Stotma Ik Oil, . - - . SOoper gal.
liquid Sim nodi PilNT
Flxi Pavoi' - - fi.u par gal.
Work m all Ptini a Bo'lied Llhtead, only
:'ot. per gal. . s.. 1
'f .: '.'-'it - .."
ENQIitE OIL, -' -' ,- - '- - 1 Tt
Bead Ibr card of color and circular.
... .1 ! . Sola Agent.,
tsprlS7i :,,
-.. . J." 1 ri ! iM : '.
ii . j n , ,,i . r.
litine it villi ! tinrf "Frotoptly
AT JB18 0IlX.
r.11 1. 1-1 1.
' 1
I. I
' Ii Yoo '
? :i Want ft situation.
, Want a servant eirl, .., ,
' Want to sell a pisno, "
1 ' Want to sell a csrrlsge,-.
, Want to biijorat'lU farm,
' Want a boardiiijr. place.'
Wsni to sell town property,
Wsnt to sell groceries or drugs, '
Wtne to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to flud customers for anything.
Advertising will gnin new customers,
Advertising win Keep oiti customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising , shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz
,' Adyertise or .'bust,"
Advertise long, ,
Advertise well.
Advertise ,
. . 3ro"w.
Every fiierohanl, manufacturer
a . -I
or. business man who nag become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
.Vu 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 stock turned inio
money so as lo meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if.il was
good for him in adversity, h
could make tt si til better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Some 'merchants s:ty it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rend
advertisement?; yet every merchant in
this county will read this Advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prnfii
hy its suggestion, if he lias anything tv
iiffer w..rtli advertising How much
mere then will those rend them who
tire not so largely supplied wth rend
ing matter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the roust iirportnnt
item t'f which is where they can finJ
just what they want when tliey come to
town to make their purchases. If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty nnd out ol
style that it is worthies, or if it it run
down so th it t you have nothing left thai
people would w.nt, it i not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world thut yuu have them, aud want
to sell thorn at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle 'day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continnee in a greater
ratio than most men imngioe. In the
end it' will make a man's mime a per
manent matter, a piece of rent proper
ty built up in the minHg of men unti:
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in bis locality.
If yi'u lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people hut to trust
your wife, you rush to your locul pa
per, linowing" that every one will read
the advertisement . But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating bow much you ure los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to b
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the publio wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
civo publicity to somo matter they
would not care to divulge to the world
even in the most obsoure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they Would Soon attain. Advertiser'
: ADVuRTieiNais nr.. iogive'tui that
gentle Jiigol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday; oi that we promised our wife
aew dress as soon as toe hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to nark this passage and lay
tne paper ( upon ner nusband s break
fast plate. 'Who will say thut adver
tising will not yetoiviliie (he world!
WbT do people tead Advertisements?
lo tee who is enterprising and to Ienrn
wnatis going on. 10 see 11 there is
pny thing new, or anything that "they
want. To see -if the season's styles
have come in, and to And out who baa
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watcb the
nhanoe of an auction. For amusement
To satisfy curibsty. Because ' they
have read all (be stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and aocideots.
Because they want to. Because they
can t neip 11 usw mate journal.
''ThS power of print Is well known,
but pot well . understood. A printed
sentence' nas a wonderful advwjtage
ovor 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,
do not oomprebend as well., as they
might the eapaeity to influence to per
Suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. 'Hpoken words require tbs
graces :of elfiontion , and the force of
eloquence, yet even thet fade awav ini
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed But there it eomeif
thing in tbs silent language, tbs quiet
assertion and. Ibe sense of psrmanenos
abont printed matter which gives ita
marvelous force and lnflaernee.. Busi
nest men should' hever permit them
selves to loos tight of what may be
hcsomplishsd by a perseveriop use of
tna priming preases . iearn to surer,
tise. and then' the "'how, when and
arhara" nl Ik. and wah will I. -- .
laowlsdo worth baTlnt
1 . . . . .-.. .1 .11 . 1 1
In Zaleski. ' '
THE taleaki Company. with aviowUth
development of the local intereat of ialea.
ki, to aeuur Ila permanent oioeperilt. aad I
add to it population and wealth, ar n.w
ortenng to actual ulia, town lota aad ft rax
land at low price, and oa liberal lertna.
Peraon doming lo examine tha arauertv
and to buy cheap hooaaa will apply at !
Company'a office to
it. 1 nnMiun, Maaacer.
Ealeekl, Ohio, May 18,, 1S71. . , . j tf
' Which is adapted to "
"I ...-'. -,l ! , J. 1
All Sewing Machines,
GOODRICH. Chicago. III., with Ave ptal
tamp. -1 M. C. (.OODRIt'H. ,
Ortlce and ttletroom 806 btai at., Chmg.
III. . lsug4t
If yon are Suffering from ay
Broken Down CooaUtatloa)
Or require a Remedy to
Purify and Enrich tbe Blood
Von will find fr,Oook'CmrnilJyt.
up of Pok Moot Iu poaaraa graular waarm
it, cure you more apucdlly, and do yoa
mora good thnu any and all other rem,
rtlea oomblnetl. That Inle, Yellow;.
B rkly-lmikltifNItlu la changed to on
of Ireslinesnai.tl health. Tlioa llaeaa)
of th Ultiii, Fintptea, Pualwle.
Itlotchea anil Frnpilon are rumoved.
Scrofuln. Krroi'ulona Dlieejae of th
tiyew, nklio Hwellinga, I leer, I4
Korea or miy kind of Hmnor rapidly
dwlndlound disappear under Ha lnfiucnc.
V hat ia It? It la nalura'a own rHatnrarl
A aolub a oxyd of Iron rmnblnetl with th
medicinal piopei tleaorPokalloidlvat4
ol tell tlisaKreenble qualities. It will cur
any tiUra.Ni. wlioaa rent or direct can la
Iliid lllood. Hlienmnllam. rains la
l.tiiiba .ir llnnea, f'onalltntloaia brttttea
down ly Mercurial ur oilier poleon. ar
all cured by IU ur Hyphllla, or Bjrpht.
lillei tain I, there MBntlilrtg equal toll. Jk
trial will prove It. bvklby
UEOBOB W. MS80N, MeArtaar, Ohio
THE WEEKLY PUN ia Ino widely kaoava
to require any extended reoommeoHli
hut Ihe rea.ooa wl'H h bvclrady gitea il
flfly Ihopaand atihacribera, anil whiah will,
we hope; live it many thontandt mr, ar
biirflyaa follow. I
It ia a flnt-rale ri'-wapaper. All Ih awf
th day will la) found in il. rondad' wkaa
unimportant, at full Icnuih when of meme.
and a.way pre.ented in a clear, iatallisikl.
and inteienling manner.
II la a flrat-riite family paper, fnll f Ur
laining and inatructive reading of every kiad.
bul containing nnthine; that can aflaad it
mntt delicate and icrupuloua taat.
II ia a HraUrat alory paper. Th beat tale
nnd rnmancee of current literature aracar.
fully arlected and eg'My printed in I'a pIM,
Iti a Hr-t-rnte aniulluril paper. Ik
mnttlreKh nd intlrtictlva arliolea en agri
'ultnr.l topic regularly appear ia thia da.
It ia an independent political paper, tlf -ing
to no parly and weimng no cellar ll Sghl
fur prinuiple and Ihe election of Ih beat ota
lo-r tlico Iteepecially devolet ila nrgia I
he expuaura of Hie g eat eorruplion thai
now weaken and dlagrac nm country, 4
ihrettcn loumlerinine republican mtlituticaa
n'loni iher. It ha nolrar ol koavet, aad atk
no favora of their aii'ipiirter. 1 i
II report 'he f.iehiona for IlieWdi aad th
murKfta ior ine men. eapecianv ine atii
market., to which t imya particular alt.nli
Kinally. it I the clvuptat ppr puhhth.d
One dollar year will men re it foraoy auk.
-ciilier. Il im not neceaaary in gtnplu
m order tii h:tv THE WhEKLV HlIN at thia
rale. Anyone whoaendt a ting! dollar will
get Ih paper for a year
THE WEEKLY SITU".-Eight pat,
Blty-aix uoliiinn-.. only SI year. It ait.
I'Oimt. I'mni tin. rate. I
lie aa the iiaily Hun. ti OOa year. A Sit
count of JO per cent, to clulu of 10 er .'.
THE DAILY MUN.-A large four pi
neiwper of tweni einht enli m. Itily
"irctnatinn over 120,000. , the aa ht
$ centa. Hiibacrij'tion i.ih c'SO cent a moulk,
or (0 a year- To club ol 10 ur avr, a 4i
i'Ounti.(gO per ?ent. - t
Addreaa TI1K SUN," New Yrk City.
rn,i J i."r a.u.,a,M.i.,iM
LlUlCLQ. ai;.l.rl.tr..l.llwi
lit. WI..I tltntm, milk Ife
I.1..1 tU.Mr.rie. In pra4eelnf ao araf.atlaa etml..
k.el. prcttrr. th. vBilril..,a.,
Ttlai. .a luumtlai w.rh . I iw. kaan4 tmt ilia.
C.f.i,wllt auaicr.u. mfraTliti. a.4 M.ulM.alM.1
iforaMlina fwr tbM. h. are aarrtM:,vMlw,laMa.
rt.f.. Btllllll.a ao.k Ih.l.uchii.. kMlaaAaflM
akay. ... a.lUld e.r.l.l aba.l lttk..M.
1 1 aoutalai th. .aparUfaM aa tfiltt . I a .k.tMaw
t.H r.f uuiloa I. v.rM.al. , aa .! at la Ik. rl
vau drawer tt vrr aiftl. .nd rrv..l.thr..ik.ank. .ail re
I lob. It ubrac.f.rrlalut .a lb. .abiMI r Ik. .av
.ratlv. ...La, that I. w.rt kaaala, a4 Ma Uuu aa
MubllbMtlaaaTlberw.rk.. ,
Sent w an. aa. (fr. t U, f.r Fin. Ceala.
Su'iil", li'..l,"U' "f""'-"-13 kltktkrlriet
M & C. R. TIME TABLE. The Big Show. Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Btrtr. .rpl;l. I. Ui. alrl.M . b. 4r.rNal la
t.bU. ..OT.,.r am .ay ...k nMk, ana r.
nil. .rk etatur atkal ;.ar 4IMU. la, w a. ttltr
abl. f.ur nudithtn. .
Dr. Hutu Msupka a do.bl. k..M tt lrai,.mt
r.ai. il .1 ad.ra.4 by Mai. a fib. aw.1 Mtea.au Mdt
aal.r.rMMr.orihteMalr. .ad k.tM.aa4Ma a...,
i.lu-d rMB.II; ar bi ai.ll. aa th.dU.aM. uM s
kl aorka. time, aiid ..rUra, N.. I N. Ilablk .Iteak
b.t..aa llwkelaad Ckeaaai, tt. U.la, " L ,
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis, McArthur
& Coumbus Ralroad Co.
.i; . .
AM, partie having tuMcribed loth
ital atoek ol tha 0.. McA. IC1 R. ara
nereby re
y rrqul.ed to make payment to ihf a
f of th Company, at hia office "on thi
: Square, in Oallii.olia, Ohio, ol If mon
convenient, lo Daniel Wil
Preairienl of the-
Vinton County Bank, at- Mc Arthur
', tihlo,
an inatallment ol Ave dollar on each .bar
ao auoecnoea, witnia tea day of Ihlt Sal,
AUjr.ua. IV, IBM,
WM.PBOBRlt. 8ee'y
HCA.at;. B. B.C
dao 1 171.
QTOCK aad Ore Scale aa good aa saw, for
Qaale at very lpw price. Call on
novll B.C. JONES tttero.y.
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