Newspaper Page Text
New and Other Items.
The Nevada Legislature has
passed the compulsory education
In Milwaukee all the lawyers
are judges, but none of the
judges are lawyers.
It will take 1,500,000 to pay
the back pay the Congressmen
Tne Wisconsin Legislature
has refused to pass any compul
sory education law.
Thb Legislature of Rhode Is
land has legalized marriage be
tween blacks and whites,
It will cost $10,000 to inves
tigate Senator Pomeroy's $7,
000 bribe to York:
A LfEORGiA negro, wno can
neither read nor write, has ad
vanced $5,000 toward establish
iag a newspaper.
The farmers of the Northwest
are organizing themselves into
secret societies to oppose rail
Ten thousand Manchester
woman have petitioned the Brit
ish House of Commons for the
right of suffrage.
The Lower House of the Ne
braska Legislature has declined
to concur with the Senate, in a
bill legalizing miscegenation.
The Prussian minister of the
Interior has given orders that
soothsaying be henceforth treat
ed as an illegal trade, and pun
Among those who propose to
leave Germany this year for the
United States are 10,000 tobac
co growers and 12,000 wine
growers. The new French electoral
law fixes twenty-five years for
the minimum age of electors,
and thirty years for minimum
age ot deputies.
Mr. Anton Sontag, of New
Orleans, would like Congress to
appropriate a couple of hundred
millions to enable him to bring
hither 8,000,000 immigrants
from the Austro-Turkish bord
ers. The Delaware Indians live in
frame houses, wear cut-away
coats and stand up collars, fail
in business and compromise at
fifty cents on a dollar, and are
getting quite civilized.
The tunnel under Mont. St.
Gothard has advanced 400 feet
into the heart of the mountain,
and in the course of a few years,
the famous mountain pass,
which has so long been one of
the grandest gateways of the
world, will be rendered use
less. The Portugese dictionary,
which was begun nearly one
hundred years ago by the Acade
my of Sciences,has now brought
down its information to the end
of the letter C. Senhor Domin
goa Vieira is now editor of the
Both Houses of the Michigan
Legislature have adopted reso
lutions condemning the action
of the majority of the late Con
gress in voting to increase their
pa? during the expiring hours
4f 4-V n n r i n ! n r - rl .1 sl n n1 - r
MX WO U11U UJJlJiaUUlUf
those who opposed the meas
ure. Father Cliidlaw, of Ohio,
tells, in the Sunday School
Times, of visiting a village Sun
day school, where of the schol
ars thirty three were girls and
nine were boys; and in the State
- penitentiary, not long after, he
found of the convicts nine hun
dred and ninety males and thir
A Pennsylvania college pro
poses to establish a department
. of cookery. A bill is pending
in the Legislature which pro
vides for an annroDriation of
, $20,000 to build the general
cook-shop as an adjunct to the
college, and the science ol cook
ery will, therefore, become a
nsvrt ot the curriculum if the
It is renorted that hundreds
. of men and boys are engaged
at the Capitol sending out daily
through the mails tons of books
and documents, lor members,
, who are anxious to have them
reach their homes before the ex
piration of tho franking pnvi
' lege. The basement passages
are filled with boxes in which to
pack such parts of the immense
masses of accumulated printed
matter as havo not already
passed by ealo into the hands
of merchants and paper makers.
Progressive vs. Anti-Progressive.
I have tried hard and long to
remain an anti-progressivo man.
By nature, birth, and education
prone to matter-of-fact life rath
er thau the ideal, with little dif
ficulty I found myself enlisted
in the interest of simplicity in
all things, and above all, in
things pertaining to Christiani
ty. Nor am I quite ready to
loose myself from tho old laud
marks, and put to sea with pro
gressive sail, in the length and
breadth of the term progres
sive. But, to confess the truth, I
have been sorely tempted
tempted in the light of past ex
perience and present observa
tion to cross the line, and be
henceforth fW advocate of prog
ress. I have no temptation,
rather no inclination, to prog
ress a step beyond the doctrine
01 the JNew Testament, it is my
intention, the Lord being my
helper, to remain sound in the
fajtlj. The temptation that pre
sents itself to me. in this : To
admit that the pioneers of the
reformation in which we are
engaged were not infallible,and
hence that many customs and
practices adopted by them are
not binding for all time. If this
is heresy, then I am almost
ready to become a martyr.
Now, may I tell why I am
thus tempted to cross the line of
separation, and bear the ignom
iny of being a progressive? I
will venture to state a few of the
For years past I have watch
ed the movements of these two
classes for in every congrega
tion there are the progressives
and the anti - progressives,
whether they are so called or
not. My observation has been
that the progressives are liberal;
the antis illiberal, as stewards
of the Master's goods. The pro
gressive incline to refinement of
feeling and courtesy of manner,
the antis to the contrary. The
progressives seem to have more
of that charity which Paul so
beautifully describes in his first
letter to the church at Corinth.
The preacher generally finds
a warm inenci and an ardent
seconder of his efforts in the
progressive man, while he too
often-finds a complainer and
thwarter of his best efforts to do
good in the anti-progressive
The progressive man would
regard the public taste and edu
cation in matters of mere pro
priety or expediency; the anti
progressive says, "Be stubborn,
and make all the world bow .to
our taste and the customs of
our fathers, for they never erred
in understanding or action."
These and many other promi
nent characteristics of the two
respectively, have well nigh
done the work. My position
might perhaps be properly de
nominated "on the fence ;" but
I prefer as yet to be called
Pluck of the Modocs.
The Modocs are making a
gallant resistance to the troops.
Intrenched in their lava-beds,
they are battling like heroes
against fearful odds. If this
band of savages had cut them
selves loose from the sympathy
of the world by their act of
most unparalleled perfidy, their
present heroic contest would
challenge the greatest admira
tion even from their enemies.
They do not always skulk in
ravines and hide in rocky crevi-
ces but nave boldly attacked
the intrenched position ol our
troops. From their lookouts
ey wave their banners of de
fiance. Half a hundred nak
ed savages against near a
thousand troops armed with
rifle, howitzer , and field guns,
and with more than their own
number of Warm-Spring Indi
ans aiding their enemies. It
seems almost a pitty that we
may not admire so brave and
resolute a band, but that we
must condemn them to a merci
less extinction for an act of
treachery for which civilization
finds no excuse. San -Francisco
Max Strakosch publishes a
card, denying the current state
ment that tho late Carlo Patti
was neclected in sickness and
death hy his sister Carlotta.
' Lamia Keene has brought
suit against CM. Brelsford, of
the American Literary ' Bureau,
to recover $15,000 for alleged
Job Jefferson announces him
self for a performance at Pilts
field, Mass.j on the 21st inst.
HE ROMANCE OP CURE!
TI10 miuiv evidences of extrmmlinnry chips
Unit are daily reported ns olt'ected through
RimuIv Kcliof ami Vcrfect I'ttrgntive I'M. In
written teiitlmoninls from all purta ot the
world, surpass in wonder tlio most extravagant
miracles ut enchantment. Physicians anil
medical men in nil countries pronounce those
wonderful remedies a mystery, Hint neither
thelrsrit'iiconf analysis or chemical skill run
explain. 'J' ni 0, those medicines effect the
most inarvolniiK euros, ami restore tho dying to
life, uuil relievo tho must wretched pnin-suf-forlng
victim of his tortures, In from to
t irmly nihiiites, and although they know some,
of tho ingreillcntsnf their composition, and Dr.
Kadway hat published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), mill
both Kronen, Herman," English and American
chemists anil pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the same ingredients as prepared liy them. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
nro constantly achieving, lioa In tho great se
crot of ooiiihiiiiug tho ingrodicnui together,
nftcrcxorcishig duo care in selecting tho pure
and genuine roots,
Such wonder of Modern Chemistry as the
8AUMAVAKILLI AN KKSOLVKNT, ltK.YDY
lttl.IKK A KADWAVS lMl.LS, are without
parullcl in tlio History of Medicine, fortliero
uresoinoinllrniitiea and diseases Unit are con.
sidered as Incurable, and sure death. Vet the
most astounding cures havo been made thro'
these remedies of some diseases that havo nev
er been known to be cured hvmediciue.
COXM'MPTIOX, scitoVl'LA, W1IITK
SVEI,LINU,Tuimirs in the Womb, btoinnch.
Ovaries, Kouc,., Height's Disease of tho Kid
neys that havo been pronounced incurable,
Cnuccrs, fleers, Swelling. Stone in the Iliad-
der. I'nlculons Concretion, V leers aud Sores of
the Bones, liickcts so deeply seated that no
oilier medicines have been known to reach,
hare been cured by the SARSAI'AtllLLIAN
KESIILYKST, aided Uy theKKADY KLLILF
and l'l LI,S.
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Gangeno that threat'
ens a living death dnilv rotting awav of the
....1 M.. .. I-,:..!.-.
minis uuu iicsii I'liiovic, i ii vui uniitry JMs
charge of Water, Fungi in the llladdcr (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease). Tort tiring paius
when discharging urine, RHKCMATISM,
UOl'T, SEl'KALGIA each and evervoneof
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, Kadwav's Sarsaparillian
ltesolvent has cured and is daily curing in all
parts of the world.
In one word, any disease no matter wider
wnat name designated, that is nourished or
increased by bj.il, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, ttatery or poisoned blood can be cured
ny i(AivA s bAllSAPAHILUAS t
SOL V EXT.
Dr.TtadwavA Co. liAVft lierr rlnimivl nnft-
kundrethpaftof the curative virtues for their
remedies as isnsrrihed to them bv tho people
who have used thein: for bear in" mind, onlv
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Itadwav,
nftersiiccessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enumerated in
their curative list, so that manv of the extraor
dinary cases that have beeu reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the disro?erv of
their remedial agents as 111 those who had been
rescued from death, and made whole and
Asmanv poisons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised reme
diesand some believed it impossible for
simple medicines niado only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs. Ac. should jiossess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that tho simple irfasses of the
Held, afterundergoing the chemical process of
uisiiuaiion designed uy nature in tnecowann
churn, f urnUhes us with butter certainlv the
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-iuukmg
constituent" for the human ImmIv.
Jtut when those people who first doubt the
cflicaoy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY SAFE & Sf'RE UF.MEDY FOR
TAPE, FIX, OKJIS (JF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Xever has a medicine taken internallr. been
known to have cured Tumors, cither of the
omb. I torus. Ovaries or Bowels: the knife
has l ion the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Kadway s sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, as" well as Tumors in the' Bowels,
1 terns, onib. Liver. Dropjical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tnmor of 13 Years' Growth Cared by
P.KVERI.Y, M .188., Julv 18. 1SC9.
Dr.Raditay: I have bad Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries and bowels. . All the doctors
said there w as no help fct i tried every
thing that ii rocoiiitneuue,!, but uotlmig
helped me. 1 saw vour Kesolvent and thought
would trv it. but "bad no faith in it. because
had suffered for 12 rears. I took si.x bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of Kadwav's Pills,
ami used two bottle of your Ready Kelicf.ami
mere is not a sign oi a minor to lie seen or
felt, and I feel bettor, smarter and happier
than I have for 14 years. The worst tumor
was in the left fide of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to rou for the benefit of
othcr. You can publish it if vou choose.
HAXXAII P. KXAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati. Ohio, for the ast forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers' through
out the United States;
New YOBI. Oct. 11th, 1870.
Dr. RadwaT Dear Sir: I am induced by a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of the working of your mcdirine on
mvself. For several years I have been afflict
ei( with some trouble'in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly afflicting disease, which
the physicians all said was sjiasinodic stric
ture in the iirethn. as also innatnation of the
kidnevs and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my ago 73 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I hsd tried
number of pbvsicians, and blul taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
moiopnthic, but got no relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ago I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who had long been suffering as I had been.
went right off ami got some of each your
Sarsaparillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
ltejrul.iting Pills and commenced taking
them. In three dnvs I was greatly relieved,
and now feci as well as ever.
J. W. JAM I S, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Radway's, No. 3S
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y",
Cures the wort Pains in from 1 to SO minutes!
ftayNOT ONK HOCK after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with pain.
It. I D WA J'S BEADY It E LIEF
Is fl rnre for everv iiain. It was fhn first mol
is tho only Pain Itomedy that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allavs inflamma
tions, and cures congestions, w licllier of the
Lungs, Htuiiineh, Rowels or other glands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty minutes. So matter how violent or
excriu'inting tho pain, the Rheumatic,, lied
ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
HADWA Y"S HEADY HE 11 EE
Will afford Instant ense;
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
tho llladder. inflammation of Hie IIowcIh.
Congestion of the l.iings, fwre Throat, Dllll
cult ilreatliing. Palpitation of the ilenrt.llvs
tcrlcs, I roup, Diptlieria. Catarrh, lnlluon'.K,
Heailnrhe, J ootlioche, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds, Chill, Ague Chills.
Tho application of the Ready Relief to the
piirtor parts where the pain or dllllculty ex
ists willulfiinl enso and comfort.
20 Drops in a hair tumbler Water will,
in a few minutes, cure (.'ramus. Hniium. Knur
Moinuch, ilcurtbiirn, Kick Headache. Diar
rhwa. Dysentery. Colic., Wind In the Dowels,
and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should Hlwnvs carry a bottle of
Radway's Relief with tliem. A few drops In
water will prevent sickness or inilns I rom
chango of water. It Is better than French
jtrnnciy or tuners as a stimulant,
FBVEE A.2STID AGUE.
Fever nml Aguo enrod for 50 cents.
There Is not a remedial agent in this world
that will euro Fever and Aguo, and all that
Malarious, Billions, Hen rlet, Typhoid. Yellow
and other Fevers (aided bv Railway's Pills) so
inn i . in' i iv n ju-uuy neiicr. oo cents per
DR. HADWA Y'H
PERFECT PUEGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for tho
euro of nil disorders of the Htomach, Liver,
Rowels, Kidneys. Itladdcr, Nervous Diseases,
Headache. Constipation. Cotlvene. i,n.:
Hon, Dyspepsia, biliousness, Unions Fever.
. . .. V a ties nun nn de
rangements of the Internal Viscera, warranUiil
to effect B positive cure.
PI RELY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Afil.i.llcv Mltini.i.1- 1 I
r " ' '"itHunousnrugs.
r-,robservo tho following symptoms ro.
Suiting from disenses of tho digestive orgnus
Coimtlpntlon, Inwunl Piles, lViillneH. of tin
blood to the Head, lu i i, .1 n, uf.......i.
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food. Full'
ness or weight In tho Pit of the Htomneli,
nwiminingoi uio ii can, Hurried and dllllr
llreathing, Fluttering nt tho Heart, Cholt
ur nuiim-minK nciipiti ions wiien in n lying ros
ture. Dimness of Vision. Dots or W.Ili. T.,.r..
tlioHfght, Fever and Dull Pain In tlui Head,
Deficiency in Perspiration, Yellowness of tho
Skin ami Kyes. Pnln In tho Hide, Chest, Limbs
nndHudden Flushes of heat, Iliirnlng In tho
Flesh. A few doses of Railway' pflls will
free tho system from nil tin above disorders.
rrlce 85 Cents per JIox.
RADWAY A CO., 8 Warren cor Church 8U
liaJTlteail Fnlso find True, Bend one loiter
Stioiil) to Radwnr A Co,. No. Si Warren, nor.
Church HU, N. Y. information Worth tlious-
uuu win uc lent you.
Thomas A. Slnrtlii and lloforo llenrv
Lcdesiiia Martin, pl'ils, 1 Pavne, Justice o'f
. . "tf,l.h.,st1 , I tho Ponce for Elk
Dnvldll. hhivcl, dePt. J township, Vinton
COIOltv. I 111 t.li
On tho Hit ilny of April, ma, said Justice
Issued tin order of attachment in tho above
action for tho sum of sovonteen dollars and
forty cents 17.40). This causo will bo for
hearing on tho 8Uth day of Hay, lb7:J, at 10
April 30, lira M-c3w
Horace Redd, plaintiff,
Dnvid II. Shirel. defenila
Defoio Henry Payne, Juslico of tho Pence
for Elk township, intou county, Ohio.
On tho lath day of April, lt)T!l, snid Justice
Issued nn order of nttiiehinent in tho nhiivo
nciioii ior iiiesumoi twelve Hollars and sixty
cents (fli.OOi. This causo w ill be. fur hearing
on the atlth day of May. IKei, at i o'clock r. M.
April 3ti, llflil. Itl-c3v
Notice is berebv friven thnf. a i.ntlil..,i will
bo presented to the Board of Commissioners
of uibm county, Ohio, at their next regular
session in June, 1874, praying lor the location
and establishment of a Couiitv Road along the
'vfli;iiucu luutu, 111 1VUOY toWnsllip,
intou county, to-wit;
Commencing whnro Jasper Hobo's cast line
crosses tl.u lioho road, and thenco south with
Aid line to tho foot of the hill; thence the
uvuMfi nun oesi. wuv across uio lands or Jlls
per Iloho aud lands of l'litnnm, to a stake nt
the corner of the orchard Held of R, It. Me-
lioimgle's lauds; thenco Merosa said lauds
near the stable to a stako nt tho lower roruor
of tlo hill Held; thence the nearest and best
way across mod known as tho Duna land, to
intersect the road formerly laid out from Coo's
nun u uio iOilinor urn tiro at Hie en.l or 111
ram Wilson's lane, ami there to end.
April CT. 4t
ALLEN BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notlc? i berebv given that ill's. Caroline
Bull, at Kxecutriv of the w ill of Ccoriru Hull.
deceased.who was Adminiatratorof tlie estate
of Allen Pull, deceased, has tiled the account
of said Administrator, for llual settlement
with said Allen Bull's estate; aud tho same
is set lor hearing on the lath dav of Slav. ltfTS,
at 10 o'clock A. M. H. B. M A Yo.
April w, ',a.-apl-tt. l'robate Judge,
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is herebv o-iven that Henrv Dudle.
sou, as Guardian of Kli..ibeth J., Margaret.
Mary Kllen anil Samuel Dutcher, has tiled his
several accounts Tor final settlement with the
said Flizalieth J. Dutcher, and for partial set
tlement with his other said wards; aud tho
same are severally sot for hearing on the 10th
day ot nay, lt-.d, at luo clock i. u.
li. B. 31A1U,
April 16, 1S73, It Probate Judge.
Probate Court. Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is herebv civen that Ellis W. Free
man. Aiuuiuistrnior. wnn t no win annexe ,
of the cMate of V. Harrison lllack. deceased.
nas niea nis account witn said estate forunal
settlement, ami that the same is cct for hear
ing on the 1st day of Mav. 1ST3. at 10 o'clock
Apr9-lt Probate Judge
HENRY C. SMITH'S HEIRS.
Probate Court. Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is herebv criven that Ttnrtholouietr
Tatman as guanliau of Mary t. and Joseph
E. Smith, minors, has filed in accounts with
said wards, severally, for partial FCttlcment;
and that the same are set lor bearing on the
31 day of May next ensuing, at Urn' dock A.M.
Jl'rwi 11. II. it A ID,
Probate Court. Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is herebv given that John Calvin, as
guardian of Esther KiiBe, has filed his account
with sahl H ard, for tinal settlement, and that
the hearing thereof is set for tho Sltli dar ol
Aiay, ai 1 o ciocu, r. si.
Arnw .7.-41 ii. ii. JB.VYO.
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
WnEHE3, It npiK-ars from the records in the
nu'iiw" ouice ui i imou couniv, tiiio, inai
the Auditor of said count v, after due notice
having been given, sold, on the th dav of
January, ltf, the following bchool Lands,
to-wit : Tho South-west quarter of Section
sixteeu (16,) Town-hip number nine ''.)
Ranire sixteen (IB.) Timothy U. Statilev Im
coiniugthu purchaser ot said lands at said
Waekeas, It apiiean from said records that
more man twelve months have elapsed since
the fith pavment of tho purchase price of
said Inmfs have become due, and that said
said 6th payment, and all other Hulibcqiient
payments, still remain unpai'L.
Notice Is therefore irlven that. In nursiiame
of the 15th section of "An act to regulate the
sale of School Lands, and the surrender of
pursuant leases thereto, taed April 16, IKiV
I will offer said lands for sale, with all the
Improvement thereon, (if anvi at the door i,r
the Court House, in said county, to the high
est and best bidder therefor in rash, at one
o'clock, p. in., on the 21 dnyof-Mav, A. I).,
I'd. No bid will be entertained for less than
d.fi.T.-), which amount is necessary to pav the
mi. im-e money iue me nunc, anu expenses
iiiiii-u, vj iioniiaitT,
W. W. BKI.FORD, Aud'r Vinton Co..O.
March SO, lT,i-Qw
job moses' Biw&c;m 1,9
mrt iiienHwtlv oocTirsiTSD. utthomtt Dmr.
ftttt niravor It tell tfu mmltrjtitt tomt rrtaitf
frtfit: Tht ftnutnt hattlUnamtof Job Moae
mtoehpackoft. JUotAert art vorthleM Imliallom.
im ouniss rim ars nnitinngin tn tor of ill
thoM pnlnftil sn4 dsngtrnus dlistMS to which tlis
femals constitution Is mtiisct. Thar nodrta .11
irawt and nmor all obstructions, from whM
-. TO MAHTtlFD IADIF.fl
thsTtrs partlcnlMly snllt.t Thny wlllln a ihurt
tlm bring on the tuonthr pnrloA with rrrnuiritri
nd allhoogh vrr nooonul, ujuUIii nottlng hurt-
ini u wn conttuuiion. in all essrs or Ntrvons and
Spinal Aflvctinns, Pains in ths Rtck sid Llmlis,
Jitlims on sllht !iertlon,PlnlUtlon of ths Hesrt,
Hysteric and Whltss, thoy will struct a cor whim
all other metni hav filled. Ths circuit around
vh pscksga stv full dlrrrtlous and slvlc. or
will 1m aont fro to all wrlUiuj for tlm, scal.d
N. B. In all cams wlisr tht oi oiwi cannot k
ol)Utln"d, Ono Dollar nrloicd to th 8010 Proorls-
mva piu.51.1, in uui iwh Ol H,W IOrK. Will
li-nrsa botlloof ths gtnulnt, eontnlninc Jlily
Pills, br return mail, ttcurtly ttU4 from aur
knowlt'Im of its eonunts.
RELIEF IN TENMINUTES".
Ttn.'VAff'M PHT MovTrf teivrii
OoraCouons, Coi.ds, Asthma, Dsosobitis, Soi
TnnniT, HoAMsasss.Ihrrici'tT Dusatuiso, Is-
Cll-IIST UOSSlMl-TIOSiSD lco Uittuss. ThT
hsvs no fast of modlcins. atidsnvrlilltl will
thm. Thoumnds havs bnsn tutlnni to hnalth thtt
bad bfordtpalrsd. Tsttlinony siv.n in hiimlnvts
or caws. Ailt for UltYAN BPUhMONIO YTAfKltH.
Price tiH pen' per box. JOII MO8K8, Prourla-
THETCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
Piopursdbr t. OAKANtJIERH
' No. lit Hus Lombard, Paris.
Thftss Tillls nrs bletilrrueomntsndod hvths sntlm
Mod leal racultrof Francs at tbovsry hmit rcmsilr
In all cni or flDsrmattrrboM. or HAmitial w.b.
Iiiws: Nightly, Daily orPrsmnirtrs Imlnlonll H.i
nal WlenntorIwipfn-if Wtuknsaa arl.ltig fmm
Ksorntliiihltssnfl HoxnallTiRessiitiitiloxiitiflnof tlit
OsnitAlUrgansi WotkHpiim; Dspoaltalnths Urln
and til the (liaatlr train of IHuaaat arising frotn
Ovsruso or Etwasss. Tlioreurs wbenalloUitrrem.
dint fall, famrmlet of Advicn In ax-h box, or will
tMtnnt VEMitotny tddroaa. Frlretl wor Box.
Sscarjit of tinea. OHCAHi, M'ISSH, IHOoaTl.itUT
T, Niw Yost. Sol O.ntral Aigutfor Auxirloa,
DB, CROOK'S WINE OP TAll
feat has proved Dr.Crook
vV'Inovrrar tobftve mo
merit than uny slmlli
timpiirnl Ion e vur ofTored
Hie publlo. It lis rich I
the medicinal qualities'
Tar, and uneonaliHl t
.. rl aoflof fit lliBThMai
I. n ara, fwrfornilnn U
..,ra. moat romarkablo euro.
J-f eiTootunlly cure all Cong1
andfllil. II. nnrrul
r many ,r At tat
& ami flroueliltia, Utnt
H lis lMwa tironounoeil
many cnnea t Attbn
nAnlflo fiir thraw. mv
80 1 no for the) 0011
IlreaNt, HMtt or IMwl
IJMW.IAM l.l MMW di
ry Oranna, Jauullo
or nny Liver 4'ouiplaii
If ltu It... .......1
l bihi a loptrinri oiiir,
Heatorea li AppUii
iMtorea tlitt Wala ami lllHitMt,
a Vnmmn tlm Ir'ootl l tUmr
iMMfM lrapcplit una lrillt;oUoi
frttsnla ItlHlnrloua t'owen
niTt tome tvrviirVjraUiui.
11 t, V A i a itatav,, . a - .p -ff.T. Ii iiaa .nanai . ,a t
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON IIAK1
EVERY DESCRIPTION if FURNITDEE i MODERN STYLES
I mnmitnetiiro to oitlor nuil repair Furulturo of all kinds, nt the most reasonable prices. I am
prepared to furuish
COFFINS OF EVE11Y STYLE AND VARIETY,
and aeeoinpany them with a Henrso. ftaTTha publio ar invited to call and
March 18th, 1879.
Ho ara Invited to oa.Il ax
New TPlrxMX !
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Have purchased O.T. CUNNING'S Drug Establishment,
ItT WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
And cau supply the
Choicest Dtdr Mefflcines, Chemicals, Paints, OAs, and Dye Stiffs,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Glass, Lamp3,
SNITFS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, PER
rlllrJHY, and a choice lot of
Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal Purposes Only!
a,.snLMt?.!!l!!y!!Crl,,?n ,,;n'1 8 WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT of such articles a.
are usually in first-class Drag Stores, which will be sold nt the
Lowest Cash Prices !
tianl v-Cntoa Vn h", pnl'' 40 ,fll,in'5 Thysiclans' Orders, and putting up Proscrlp
l ?i,!f i.; 1 V.01'-''"""'; ? fnd.Preuaratlons ol all kinds. Wo warrant every article we sell to
we snMl gilfsa "T' tl e wi8lliug nMvt lu lino to call, as we are confident
ISIoxv Firm !
people with the
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &n.
Clarksbukg, "West Va.
TI1F r.ri.l Villa ...i.l.l.
- . ' ' o yvunuiv, I u ou
Ant 1 Ii p Ikfnt Aflll .... ma.Ia c .it 1. 1- 1 - -
. -.. ....... iuiiu3 iui no aiunsoi
Itrindinir; can beeasdv attached to Saw Mills
or any other power, and warranted to irrind
rlonr and Meal of a superior cinalitv at
Itreater rato of speed thau anv other Mill,
U'ltllOOt hnnl ni. .UA1....1... ...
weight being 1,400 pounds, occupying only 8
u umir. ,1111 grillil'AI IOUU
bushels iwrhour. If within thirty davs, the
Mill llOM Tlf l,r.il-A a. ..I. C....t '.7
: , i"""- iiiii-mviwii, it iiiHv ou re
turned and money and all charges refunded.
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
a N OUftrflniPPii tAninLuA hnl..a A
one of any other; does lu work rnn-
SAVES ITS COST
IX O IV E DAY!
o limit enn bo found with It nfter
rial. Sent to any one on trial who
W ill send me tho endorsement of the
Post Master. Agents wanted.
lit A II A UT,
Clurksbiirg, W. Va.
'i rnimiTB nun iiiucrn run see me
J PoHt-Holo iiorer at the Enquires
VOLUME FIFTY-SIX, 1873.
Tint SviKs'CR or Misu is tho cnntrul nolnt
around which revolve tho whole circle of
sciences. It is tho key to universal knowl
edge, and Ski.k-Knowlkdiik Is tho key to the
Science of Mind.
I'liiiKsiM.odY Is tho dcnionstriilile basis of
Mental rliilosophy. It shows how the diver
sities nUiiimaii character and capacity ara
related to the laws of the Universe; huniiiiii
Izcs tho liiiiiiun being with the Hivlnu ."mid
Justilles the ways of Uod to man."
"Know TiiyhRI.i'." Slur e the Grecian sage
inscrilied these iiiiiiiortnl wol'ilsou tlio Tciiiplo
of Delphi, the world hat ttruirulcd as ever
before towanls n solution of the problems of
TlIK COItUlXATIOSH OP FOKC'tH, HOW BU CS-
talilishcd fact, has furulslicd an enduring ha
uls for all the material sciences, and brought
each of tlio tremendous powers of nature
, IJyht, hUilitcily, Jlniiiflltm, ami At
traction, within the domain of law and order.
Tiik Orkiin of IUckh. still earnestly dis
cussed by l.tlinologlsts, In bringing light out
out or uio minnows or uio pni, ana cnnnoi
ail to interest the truth-seekur.
TiikOhkiin ovav. a still nioio intricnto
prolilcin, is actively ungiiging the minds of
our lending I'liysiologMA. Tho results will
be given in this Joi'liNAi,.
I'ursioi.noy and rHYonoToov will bo
prominent features: embracing tho subjects
of Houl, Mind, lloillly Hlincliiics and Func
tions. Horlnl Hclallons. Kducntlon. Religious
Creeds, Marriage, 'I raining oi C'liildreii,
Crliniiiiil Jurlspi'iicdiice, etc.
i'AVHIOONIIMV AMI 'J'KMI'KRAM KNTt, Higllt
or Character, remnant lea ot iirgniiizutioii
TransniisHlona and ilottlly Quulitlcs, etc.,
Hki.h-Imi'Uovkmrkt. Vain nro all the
teiii liliiKs of Hrlimro and the niarvelnof art.
he lens applied to purl'cctliig ourselves mid
nnprovlng tlia race. It is lor this wo "live,
liuve, nnd have our being," anil to this remit
IUO I'AimNOI.UimJAL JUUMNAI. Will tollll.
llAi'PT Honrs are tho result of norm ni
education and development, and a ll lu sc.
cording to the laws of IH'o. Thclo are symbols
of all Unit la gooil in "life to coma," ami tlm
real llciivnn ou Knrtll.
Tim PiiHKNoroflitiAi, JotritNAl, fob mt
will keep pace wit h the march of evunts, and
wnilo " liolilliig nisi vo ine goon, win en
deavor to lend Die public mind In many tilings
new and true.
Trim: Monthly, at W a year, In advanro.
Hlngle iiunihors, AO cenls. (In I is of ten or
moietSeai'h. AddressH. H.VI.I-S, Publisher
IWI llroadway, New Vork.
ELIXIR lt LONOUK VIE,
Oil KKKHfin LONd-LlvitD IliTTKiia, hava been
used In Kriince for mora than lUX) years, and
are now being Introduced Into this country.
They are composed of Vegetablo extracts and
are designed for the purlllcation of the blood,
thus prtrrntlng as well at curing nearly all
diseases to which the human system It linhlo.
Asa blood puriller, nnd as a pmnuittr of limy
lift, they ar believed to lin unciualed. Price
Ml r.ta, tier bottlu. We wish to lutrodiica thein
Into this section, and desire nn onsrgstlc
Agent, to whom lllmral Uirmswlll be offered.
A. W. KKHI'AKI) 4CU., Solo Agents, No. 4
Ccflar ittTot, M, B. oaw-lo-ltn
Jgest Thing in the West !
ATCHISON. TOPKKA & SA'TA KB R. U.
THREE MILLION ACRES
SitiMtt in nnd nmrtJia Arlanmt Yallty,
tlit Finext Portion of Kumatl
Eleven yenrs' credit. Seven per cent. Inter
est. 2-2'i er cent, reduction to
settlers who improve.
A FREE PASS TO LAND KUYKR9 I
THE FACTS nliout this Grant are Low
Prices, Long Credit, and n Hclmto to settlers
of nearly nuo-foiirth; n Kich Soil nnd Splen
did t liimite; short nnd mild Winters; curly
Dlnntinir. and no winterlnir of Stuck: nleiitv
of Kaiiii'iill, and Jnst at the right season; Coal,
!ioiiu mid isncK on ine line; cneiip Kates ou
Lumber, Coal, &c; no limds owned by Spccu
intors; Jlomesteiid nnd l're-cinptious uow
abundant; a llrst-elass liailroad on the line of
a great Through Houte; ProdncU will pay
for Lund and Improvements.
lain thu prifiT (VppniiTnuTfT Tiwrftnp.
FBD TO THE PUBLIC, through Uio recent
vomiiletlon oftho itoad.
For Circulars and gcncrnl information, ad
dress A. K. TOUZAL1N,
Manager Land Dep't,
tifYur iiiformatioii nnd Tickets apply to
J. S. 1IUHN, Agout,
mericau Submerged Pump.
"The Best. Pump in the World."
OUK AGENTS ronort over fclOO.OOU worth of
property saved from Klro this yenr hy these
iiiiiiips, iicing uio inont lHiweniii lorco-punips
In the world, as well as Non-Khkkxinu.
Hoc October nu in her, liago SMI, also tho Pre
mium List, pago U'.tt of the American A gi lcul
turlst. Tills nailer never dnceivos the fRrmorH.
Seenotlc.o In February number, pngc43. Trv
one. If it don't do tho work claimed, send It
back anil get your money, as WK WAUIIANT
our pumps to do all wo claim for tliem on our
Bond for circulars or orders to the Urblgu
portM'f'gl'o., No. &5 Chambers SU.Now York.
An order for nine No. 1 Pumps secures an
vAciiiBive iowu ugeucy. ii-w,
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS. Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
west. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
Athens 0:S0 a. in.. 2:15 p. in,
Arrlvo ' Arrive.
(iluinhiis it. in. (1:40 p. in,
Cleveland 8:Wi p. in. 7::W a. in.
Pittsburgh H:I5 " 8:!W. m,
Indlaiiapulis :V5 . S:4U "
Chicago 0:1)0 a. in. 8:45
Xenlii l!i:10p. m. H:irp. ni.
Dayton 1 :10 " QM "
Hprlnglleld l:ao " 8:10 "
Closo coiiiici tlon inadont Lancaster for Clr
clnvllln, Kanesvillo and all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley ltnilroad.
Direct connections inadu at Columbus for
Diiyton, Hprlnglleld, Inilliinnpolls, Chicago
and all liolnbt West, Also, for Cleveland,
ltiifl'ulii, Pittsburgh, and all isilnts Knst.
Take the Hocking Valley and Pan Handle
route to Chicago aud tlm Northweat; It Is tho
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving piissengers
tho bcmillt ol' iilcknr tlmu ami lowor rates
than by any other line.
J. W. DOIIKUTY, Bnu't.
K. A, IU'Kl.l,, Clen'l Ticket Agent.
II 12 L Ii S .
x-iDiiiuta in I8a7,
"itiwrior Hills of Cepptr sn
Tin, nioiiniid with Hit Lf)
Rtltry Htnginot, fur CHUROlltl
ICHOIH. F!1U, f A0J0SIE1, COURI
nu i n s iruh. i nwii I i ncirs
CriiMtl.tTO. Fully Wirrtnttd.
llhtratt Valalogut Bill rrtt
VANDUZEN & TIFL
101 tad 104 Et.l ttoond Strttl, Cintlnntti
yiCK'S FI0EAL GUIDE
1POJZ TIlin YEAB 1873.
TIIK (JCM)K It now iiuhllshcit Ouarliirlv.
Hi ckiiIs pays for the year, four numbers,
which It not half the cost. Those who after-
wards tend money to the amount of One Dol
lur or morn for semis, may hIho orders Sft cents
worth cut ni the nrirn paid for the lluido.
Tin January Auniber Is beautiful, giving
Plant fur making ltural Homes, Designs for
1 lining Table Decorations, Window tiiinlens,
Ac, and coiitaliiinganiastnf liifonnatlon in
valiiahla to the lover of flowers. One hundred
and filly pages, on lino tinted pnper; some five
bund ml engravings, nnd a superb Colored
Plata and ( liromo Cover, The llrst edition of
Two Hundred Thousand Inst printed In Kn
f I In It and Uerman, and ready to send out
JAMf.8 VICK, JlwdiMUir, H. Y.
No Person can take ihete Bitten accor4
p to directions, and remtin long unwell, provide
heir bonci art not destroyed by mineral poison or oiln,
atant, and tht vital organt wutcd beyond th poia
Dytpepala or Indlceatlotia Headache, Pa
fi the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Di)
lintss, Soar Eruttations of tht Stomach, Bad Ttit
h the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of th
Keart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In ihe region
jf the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptomi
ire the ofupringt of Dyipeptia. In these complaint
has no equal, end ont bottle will prove t tetter guai
intee of in merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complalnta, in young or old
parried or tingle, at the dawn of womanhood, or th
-t i : (. I . T : o : . .n
Will UI inc. AUIII. Ulll.l. W.p.f
jnfluence that t marked improvement is toon perceu
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheai
matltm and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Intel
pittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidnef
Hid Bladder,' these Bitters have no equal. Such Di(
(aes are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is general)
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
They are Gaaatlt) Purgative at well aj
ll Tonle, poiieuing alio the peculiar merit of actin
t a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Infianl
ration of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bihou
For Skin Dlaeatet, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Cai
uncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sort Eyes, Ery
'pelts, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humor
uid Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or naton)
ire literally aug up eua tarneu out oi iub viu u.
ihnrt time bv the uie of these Bitters
Qrateful Thoutanda nrodaim VmiOAt Bit
nas tht most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustain
tie linking system.
.WALKER, Prop'r. R. U. McDOJSALD CO
Dmcnits and Gen. Aits.. San Francisco. Cel..
andcor.of Washington and Charlton Stt., New York,
tOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Kx BE5I 1H THE WORLD. tT
New Tork OfBoe. 27 BEEKMAlf ST.
fiff mmJ rw'l AprlvitaCotinHlortstbt
&i&rritAgQl rrl.d or tbo about Is
lltT 1 I'M A ni;tierleitDdreTliUoDiol
A UtkUwi jihsiuilijritem, vlthtb
Iftteit diienvcriei In prodaclnj and trfVAtiD ffiprlnf.
Uow to tireicrre tho cnniliou, )to.
Tlilili uu tnteredilun work of two bundrd ind ml
rmgei.wlih numeroui engrarlngi, and eoDlatoi rtlutbl
uforaiuilon for iho who are marrltd(rooDifltnp)aUiiar
rloge. gttti ill a book that ought to ba kept uudarlMk
axidkey, and Dotlatd oarcleuly about tho houit.
IteoDtaias the xperltaca aodadflctofa phyilela
whoio reputation H world-wide, and should be In tka prl
Tata drawer or overjr tuala and female throughout Lb otira
glob. It ambraoea 0Ti7thlng oa tht inbteot o f tht gin-tratit-aiyaicmthat
la worth kuowlnf,aBd muh that U
notpubllihadlo an alhir work.
Beat to any on (frea of poitage) for Fifty Centl.
Addreu Dr. butts' Dlipouiary,No. 12 K. EifhlbltfMt
St. Louli, Uo. k ij
ITotico to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Derort applying to tht uotorteni quick who advariiia la
pnblto paperi.or uiiog any quack remedial ptruae Dr.
Kutta' work no matter what your dUamia la, or bow daplor
.hie your condition.
Dr. liutta ocooplea a double howa of twntriram
rooma ; I I ndoraed by lomi o 1 the moet oelebrated nedi
aalprofaieoriof thla country and Kuropa, and ean bacon
ulied peraonally or by mall, on the dlieaiei mentioned In
hit worki. omoe and parlora, No. 13 N. KlghtU firtet,
beiwatn Uarkoi and Cueeaul. St. Loula, lfa.
H0L LOW A YjSJHN TME N T.
THE GRAND PRINCIPLE thatonerutes In
those wonilurfiil mciliciuvs, is tlio powor that
llit-v possess in purnyiiiK tlio turgiil liloml
ami uxpoiiinu; curiupb iiiuuurs lroiu tnu sj s
tt'in. HOLLOWAY'S 1'ILLS consist of a cart'f til
and iit'cul inr admixture of the uncut V I'mitu
lile Kxtriiots, Horhs, nnd Medicinal Gums.
I'oHsusHiiifi not n grain of iiiinvral iu their
combination, they never exposo those who use
them to any dimmer, nt any timo or season. No
nioiuer iiccii iiesunto to iireserinu tnem to
their vliiltlreu, anil tlio most delicate constitu
tions can use thein with as great hencllt as the
most vigorous anu poweiiul lrainc.
IIOLLOWAY & Co., Sole Phofkietors,
78 MuiilenLnne, New York.
Ilnllowav's 1'llls ami Olntniont are told at
xiM, ii'i'jC, nml it per box or pot. a greatsav
nig is nun 10 uy uuying me lingo sizes.
KEEP TIIEBIsOOD FCIU
And the hoalth of the ayatet
will follow. Xhora la n prennn
tlon of Iron ana Poke hoe
more) efTeotunl tlinn all otlior
which will romove from vol
ayatern tlio Impuro ond vitiate
blood which cause llnenjin. nn
at tlioaoinotlmo build up yon
iii'iuiu buu aireugui itnert
fulla to euro. If you hav
Nr.r o fa I a, He rol n I oat liteiti
fa of (he Kjrea or Knra, o
Hrolnla in any form, Tei
ler. White Swelllna;,
Nor, Ulcers, or Hcrornlou
InflainiiiBtlona, you can rol
C$Zjt&2 on bolus cured with this preps
VtrNt'Q ration known ftt nr. 4'rook'
v fliTO) ompouna Byrup of iok
itoet. ttneaiiiaiitm. rriin
In I.lmb or Uonft, Const ita
Uoua brokendowii by Murca
rial or other poisons, are al
cured by It. For Hypbllla, o
Myphllitlo taint. Uiorolsuott
lnir equal tfi 1U A trial wU
BcantilV your Complexion.
X)o not tiso pal nt or powdor, but got a inor
Pnrmanont beauty by purifying your bloot
hit preparation of Iron ami Poke Ilaio
makes a rou no, and scaly alt I n soft uml umootl
IhaiiROS that sallow cnmploxlon to ouo (
.t-oshness and hnnlth, anil remove nny Unit)
MveUiaenaeaortheNkln, IMiuitlim, Pus
lalea.UlotcheadE Eruption. Jfyou wisj
roayRheeksand a healthy complexion uwlu
jroolt'a Compound byrup of I'oko lloot.
II A VINO been en ir a (red in tho study and
practice of Dentistry tor fifteen yenrs, and a
km'iii practitioner in jaexson inr six years,
and having availed YiiyfuU' of all the
Modern IinproTmDts li Dental Boienot,
I would rospectfully say to the ell Irons ot
McArthur and vicinity that I am fully pro
pnrcd to manipulate all the various hrnnchos
of the iclcnco. Prices as low as the lowest.
Work as good as tho best. Persona coming
from a iliHtanco wishing to remain until their
work Is done will be eutertniued at my pri
vate residence free,
ETHER SPRAY AND XISOTSIOJTY
Used In extracting tooth, rendering tholr ex
traction comparatively painless. X female
at tendant always on hand to wait upon Indies,
Giro niea call.
H. T. JIUUUKHH, Dentist,
Way 15, liftS-ly, Jackson, O.
gouts to coiuini'iice liiisinosa with, and large
commissions allowed tor selliutf. Addi-asa, J,
ft, CUNUYiilti ColllWHlur, Uloh. 14-Din-ew
FAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL l'HINCIl'AL POINTS
The "Old Ituliahlu" uml ropiiliir
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSKPll
n Through Express Trains Daily.
L Knuhiiieil with Miller's l'nteiit Snl'etv
I riuUoiin, Coupler, nml llull'er, ami
1 1 tlio Celehrntetl
Westinghouse Patent Air Brake3,
The most perfect prolevtlon ngaiunt nccl
dents lu the world.
JJjS Now nnd elmrnut Day Coaches and
two dally lines of I'ullinnn'a l'alnre' Slccpinjr
Cars are run through from KANSAS CITY
to (juinoy, tjalesliui'K, Munilota anil
Also, a dull j line or Pull man's Palace Sleep
ing tare from ATCIIIMON and ST. .1 OH E I'll
to Jaoksonvilla and Hprlnglleld, anil new and
elegant Day Conches from Kansas Citv to In
dianapolis and Cincinnati without cliu'nge.
J(q5To secui-e all tho modern Improve
ments In Itnllwny traveling, purchase tickets
via the IIanniiul & 8t. Jobkimi Huokt Link,
avoiding all transfers, ferries and changes
ftijiy- Through Tlckots Tor snla at nil prin
cipal offices, Knro always as low ashy any
route, IMggngo checked through to all prin
cipal points. O. 8.LYFOHI),
E. A. PARKEH, Gon'l Ticket Agent.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Oa and after November 0, 1873, Trains will
run as follows:
8 . i
A : : : : : :
SJia :::::: :::::: ::::::
p a : : : : : :::::::::::::
iCyOiiDaot- tvia vtts')siiti
d ; ; : : ,: : a :
aB : : : : : : :
J A : : . 1
B ::::::::::::::::: a : :
d i ! I !!: J :
: A : : :
:b ; j is
: 3 o
s : : : : : : :S Is
...... . .i :
tc t- 00 o
t- 11 o
S a : : i : i : : : i .
3 : : ::::::: : :: : : :
xi3 : : : :S : :::::::::::::
" a A : : : j : .::::::::::::
Id : : :
00 0 1-00 QD 01 9 O
I'IMI'IMV A 'I' I VYlWl.'Uti ...111 i..ti.. . ,1
.. . . .. n ill 1 nil UUIIV. All
other trains dully, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI KXl'ltKSS, KAST, makes no
stod hetweou Ilaiiulen and Athuus.
4:00 p. m.
6:45 a. m.
11 :45 p. ill.
1)1:20 p. in.
TltAtNSf'ftVMVIT AT rnvpr vrrv
..........v.,. J 11, 1 ivu a 1, u
Fnrnll ,,itinlfl n,i 4l,a 1 l.la HH.....I it..i, 1
- ... .... j......... uu ...v iii.hd if.ii.iin jviiii ninu,
ftml Ut fllM Inilln.iMtmllu Jt I 'I. ...I.... ... I 11. .jl
road Junction for all points West.
W. VV. I'KAHODY',
Master of Transportation.
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. R.
On and after Monday. Nnvemh.r ia. im.
trains will leave and arrlvn at I.nirniur
(.Sundays excepted,) as follows:
SvprMt atidJfatl. AoeomtnoJatlon.
Arr. 10:40 a.m. Arr, 7:02 p.m.
Arr. 8:50 p.m. Arr. 8:80n.m.
Direct connections made at LANrlS'l'Ml
With traina on the Columlms and Hocking
Valley Hailroatl for Athens, McArthur. Chil
liootho, Portsmouth, Marietta, aud for Coluni
bua. Direct connections made at ZANESVILLK
with trains on the Baltimore A Ohio It. 11., for
r.anwrn l ines: at JllUKKUVY nntt OKIiHUKN
JUNCTION with trains on the rittshuigh,
t incinnatl a Ht. Louis Itailrond, Kast aud
West. It. II. 1IAJLKY, Ouii'l Ticket Ag't.
VI VI all 1 fW DIIJJUI llllUUVIIU
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI.
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CREST.
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CREST. LINE.
JTilR fothkwliiff n,n II, n .IImI jkiii.aa ..,.1
from Columbus, Ohio:
........ . 1.45
- - 8.20
----- - 11.55
85 Delewaro .
58 (iallon - - -(iU
71 Hhelhy . . . .
l M. I oiidon .
1.18 Cleveland - -
7B Marion .
ll Itellelontiatie . ..... a.40
142 Hlilnoy - .ib
i it union - .. 6.(10
70 Manslleld ................ a.
1(18 Alliniica st
1(4 Forest ................... 8.(10
lM Lima 4.10
Hl2Van Wert 6.(0
HU Vt. Wnv.w,
118 Hnniiusky 410
101 Toledo - 5.85
210-Detrolt - - 7.85
iKt-l'lttslHirirh : 7.40
5tll llnrrlshurgh ............ ia.00
5H0 Baltimore - - 15.50
SHI Dunkirk h.HO
IM-Ilutriilo - 10.00
845 Niugura Falls ........... 10.M)
IW4 Harotoga jo.ho
741 Now Y ork ............. 17.110
1171 IliLl.in via Vour Ynplr - - - - .' - all mi
.... -- - - v . n - - - - 4U.W
old llostou via Alhany so.W
ins- intiinnapoiis ....... , n.vo
140 ( Incliiiiiitl. ...... a mi
4M-8t. Ixiuls .. , 1(1.00
faa Kansas City - .- ........'.. sh.00
750 Leavenworth ............ sti.OO
771 Lawrence .............. su.50
700 T.,,,1,1.. . . u.,.1.
800 Ht. Joseph .............. bh.OO
849 Chicago -............. 11,46 '
427 Milwaukee .-........ 14.45
448 llnrlington ............. - 1H 79
508 Peoria 15.55
7htf-Ht. Paul - .. . . w.45
524 La Crosse ............... 24.45
700 Des Moines ............. 8MK)
624 Hock Island ........ 57,05
884 Omaha . . .. 81.40
Mil Ceilar Rapids ............... 20.H0
570 Iowa City ............ 80,50
280 Dimlnllli .... ...... in m
fi7U8-8an Francisco - 129,41)
Tho ato va rates of fawi awi.uttlitt it. tnt.
P. AMiircsa : . .n-.
. rassetiKOf Ag't "Uee LI110," UtiUnnLpii, O.
0. TEE LAEIE3.
A 4fl-i)Sgo lHMk cniitalniiig answers to
questions of great Importnice. Rent froe for
Un etntt. Address MK8. II. M KTHGKIt. Han.
ver, l'n, lw.ft)b. 6, '78-imo.