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LOCAL MATTERS.
' Advertisement! to appear on Thurs
day morning, must be handed in not later
nan luesday evening
Religious Services in McArthur.
U, K. Cui'Bcii.-l'itacbinf Sabbatb tt balf
pat ten o'elcok, A. M., nod half-rtut six
clock, P; M. Sabbath Eehtol,2P. U.
Pbeibttibian Cicrcii. Services at 11 o'cl'k
A. m, and t o'clock p. M. Babbutb School at 9
'olock A. M.f every Sabbath.
Christian CuuHcn.--Servicosat 11 o'clock a.
v., every ftubbath.
New Advertisements.
Ti.e following are the new advertisements
in this week' Record,
Master Commissioner's Sale. Joseph J,
McDowell.
Legal Notice. Robert Buckncr.
Sheriff's Sale. Dowd vs. Dowd.
Letter List. II. Kedd.
Agents Wanted. S. F. Junkin.
Administrator's Notice. Jones and Ran
nc lis. . -
Sale of Fine Sheep. Jones and ItannelU.
Legal Notice. F. II. Chidestcr.
Peterson's Magazine.
Tcrsons desiring to subscribe for the
above Magazine, for 18C7, will find it to
their Interest to call on Mrs. Ruth C Brat
ton, McArthur, 0., immediately. Club
rates $1 CO per year.
Godey's Lady's Book.
Those who are desirous of taking Go.
dcy for 18C7, will do well to call on Mrs.
Bratton, as she is getting up a club. Club
rates $2 50 per year.
New York Ledger.
Any person wishing to take the above
periodical for 18117, can not do better than
to call on Mrs. Bratton. Club rates f 2 50
per year.
Roback's Preparations.
. The Spring months, March, April and
May are the months to purify the blnod.snd
prrpat. tho system to guard ngiicst the rnv.
Ages of disease, The voice of nature -alls
on the fcience and skill of man to preface
the remedies, am! we have them in R'ibark's
Blood Pills, Blood Purifier, and Stomach
Bia-rs.
Sisson's Drug Store
Is the place to buy your medi
cines, pure liquora, line perfumery
and toilet articles, oils -and paints
ot every description, tobacco, snuff
and cigars of the finest quality, at
the very lowest rates.
Cotillion Party.
AVe learn that there is to he i grand co
tillion party at the Lindslcy House, in Za
leski, on the evening of the 22(1 Inst. There
have been several parties given at the Lind
sley during the past year, and each one was
asuoeess, all who attended being -wel1
pleased.
IVo advise those fond of the pleasing ex
erciso of dancing, to attend at the Liiuls
ley, on the 22d Inst, and we think they'
will not regret it. The best of music w ill
be furnished, and plenty of refreshments
on hand, such as hot coflec and tea, pies
cakes, oysters, &c.
, Admission to thetjall rorm $1.50.
The Human Hair.
A recent writer has anil that no nation
bestows'less attention on the human hair,
than the Americaus. If this be (aid in re
gard to the oils and greases thut aie used
h n never waF greater mistuke made. We
are pleased to know & Remedial Mediciiul
preparation is now ofleied in the market.
It is. not one of those clear colored liquids,
whose only merit consists in their beauty,
but of intrinsic worth, wh ich cures all dis
eases of tho scalp, restores the hair lo its
natural color, when gray, end causes new
hair to grow where it has fallen out. This
U Halt's Vegetable Sicilian Hair RenevVer.
We speak of its virtues from actual use.
Noil t Gazette.
[For the Record.]
nion School.
Report of the McArthur Union School,
for the first two mouths, present term :
Gross enrollment 203
Average weekly enrollment 210
do daily attendance 207
do per cent 82
do punctuality 03
do absence excused 48
do tardiness 45
do scholarship per cent . 7(5
Vi-its by Superintendent 22
do by parents and others 19 "
The principal evils with which we have
to contend in our schools, are tardiness, ir
regular attendance and almost innumera
ble excuses. And I must say, that the chief
"responsibility attaches to parents in re
spect to these evils. Though, I am satis
fied that a good degree of responsibility
ests upon the teacher. Those of us who
most concern ourselves about the subject,
and most frequently adnion ish our pupils
have the best per cent, of regular atten
dance. The regular scholar i the only
one that can avail himself of the lull ben
efit of the school, and his improvement
.is much impeded by the Irregular atteu
dance ot any of his classmates. The loss
. of one lesson, even, is often a positive
hindrance to a scholar during his future
study of that branch, and when there are
reported,. week after week,, we find it the
fruitful source of imperfect and ineffi
cient scholarship, and the pernicious hab
it, of half doing everything which is un
dertaken. Parents often wonder that
their children make, no progress in their
studies, and are disposed to censure the
teacher, when if they would only
consult the School . Register they would
And the irregular attendance of their
.. children such as prohibit the expectation
of progress under' ant teacher. This snb
Jebti' should assume vastly more Impor
d tance with parents than the mere loss ot
.instruction consequent upon it. The
' .-school life is a true type of the whole fu
ture life of the Individual." The manner
in which scholars discharge their school
duties, afford a very sure indication of
tho manner in which they will do busi
ness, and discharge the trusts committed
to them In after life. Hence if parents
would have their children form correct
and thorough business habits, and secure
the confidence of an intelligent communi
ty, they should strive to have then char
acterize their school life by punctuality
diligence and correct deportment. To this
end let the parent visit the school reg
ularly, and by their presence they will en
courage both teacher and pupils.
M. R. BARNES, Supt.
For Fine Sheep.
See advertisemeir iu another column.
The finest opportunity to buy fi.nesiikkp,
ever offered in this community, will be
found at this sale.
A lot of line ewes and bucks, which Mr.
Jones had procured In Vermont for his
own use, will be sold on the 30th lust.
These sheep were advertised for sale on
the 15th Inst., but owing to the heavy, con
stant rain the sale was postponed till the
30th Inst.
AVool growers will find it to their Inter
est to attend the sale on that day.
Last summer Mr. J. clipped from one
buck 2 libs, and from 5 bucks 101 1-4, or
20 1-llbs per fleece.
Economy saysbuy the best, they are the
cheapest.
Stars Did'nt Fall.
On tho night of the 15th Inst, many of
our citizens, sat up to see the '.'spiended
splay," of an expected meteoric exhibition.
Our devil says the reason it did not come
off was because the authority for the fire
works was not stamped, and our revenue
ofllcers were on the watch. The following
occurence at the last meteoric display will
interest our readers :
On that memorable night, in November
'33. old Peyton Huberts, who intended
making an early start to his work, got up
in the midst of "the display. On gning to
his door, he saw, w ith amazement, the sky
lit up with the falling meteors, and hecon
eludcd at oucc the world wits on fire, and
the day of judgement had come. He stood
for a moment gazing In spie bless terror
at the scene, and then with a yell of horror
sprang out of the door into the yard, right
into the midst of the falling stars, and there
in hi effort tododgc them, he commenced
a series ot ground-tumbling that would
have done honor to u rope-dancer. Hi
wife, being awakened in the menu time,
and seeing Peyton jumping and skipping
about the yard, bawled out to know 'what
in the name ol common sense he was dolu'
witthnr, dancin' round without hi clothe
on." But l'ayton heard not. The judge
ment, and long, b)"ck accounts he would
have to settle, made him heedless of ail
terrestrial things, and his wife, by this
time becoming alarmed at hi behavior,
siirang out of bed. and running to the. door,
shrieked out at the the top of her lungs :
'Peyton, I say, Peyton, what do you
mean, jumpin' about t'liar I Come nnd put
your trowsers on.'
'Trowsers I what the h U'a the use of
trowsers when the world' on tire:"
Serial -goto.
Strange tut True.
Every young lady and pcntloman In tbo
Unit"il Stutea can hear bomcthir.r; vory nitieh
f their advantage by return miiil, froo of
cinrge, by addr'aainftlhe undersigned. Those
having uny fears of being humbug cd r.ill
oblige by not noticing tliis card. All others
will pluune addreeH their obediunt aorvant,
TUOS. K. CHAPMAN,
joll-ly. 531 J'roadwuy, N. T.
'piIE CO.NF".SSIOXS AND EXPfcKi-
.1 ENCE or AS INVALID. -
Published as a benefit ami n caution to
YouNa iihx and others, who snnVfrinu nervous
duhiliiy, proniiituro decay of Manhood, Ac.,
supplying uf tbo samo timo Tiik meanj tr tu.F
cirk. Uy one who hap cured liir.ndf r.ltr ru
durjriiticonidderalIo quackery. Uy cncloMtig
a punt-paid addressed envelope, t-inlo copies
free of horse, nmv bp b.id of tho author.
NATHANIEL Si AY FA IK, Esq., Iirooklyn,
Kings oo., New York. fubl-ly
KOOFIXG.
IN rolls read) to bo nailed down, adapted to
I!ou.e. Fuctorleg, p.iid buildings l alt kinds
constructndof niutcrial that Imvo flood tho
tct of fifteen years, nnd mr.nufuotured on un
entirely different and netter plan than any oth
er composition routing in use. Secured by pat
ent. Very durable an J ot low pri'e. Oircu
lam and camples sent free by mail Liberal
term to agents. Heady R oriNQ Co.,
june7y No. 73 Maiden Lnno, New Yrrk.
A LECTUKE
YOUNG MEN.
.iijjt Puhlishnl, in a Settled Envelope.
I'PICE SIX CENTS.
ALECTTJKE on tho Nuttire, Treatment, ard
Kadical Curo of Spormatori licen, or Semi
nal Woakncss, Involuntary Emissions, Sexur.l
Debility . nnd Impedimenta to Marriage gener
ally. Nervousness. Consumption, l'pilopy,
and Fits; Mental and Phvsical Ineapaeity. re
suiting irom Relf-Abtiso, &o By KOUKKT J.
CULVEUWELL.M. D., Authoruf the "Groen
Book," Ac.
The world-ronowncd anthor, In this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from hia own exce
llence that the awful consequences of 8'i '
Abuso may bo effectu'illy removed without
meuieino, una wiliiout itungeroua surgical o
eruuons, unugiea, iiisirunicius, rings, or con..
nla, pointing out a mode of curo at once ct.
tain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no
ma'.tor what his condition may bo, may ctue
himself oiionply, privately and rdicolly. Thin
Leoturo will prove a boon to thousands and
thousands.
Sent urder seal, to any address, in a plain
scaled envelope, on receipt of six cents, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers,
CIIA8. J. C. KLINE a CO., 127 Bowory, N.
Y., Post Office box 4,586.
Know Thy Destiny.
Madame E. F. Thornton, the ereat English As
tr.logiat. Clairvoyant and Psychometrioian who
naa astonished the. eoientiflo claasea of tho OM
World, has now located herself at Hudson, N Y.
Mai' nine Thornton possesses such wonderful
oow( rof second sight, as to enable her to Im
part ' no, 'ledge ol' the grea.eat importance to
tbt ainghi or married of either sex. While in a
st ate of trance, she delineates the very features
of the person you aro to marry, and by the aid
of an Instrument of intense power, known
the PsTchomo trope, guarantees to produce a
life-dike picture of tho future husband or wife
of the applicant, together ill date of marriage
position in life, leading traits of character, etc.
This is no; humbug, as thousands of test mo
nials can assert. She will send, when desiredt
a certified certificate, .or written guarantee, lha
tho picture i' what it onroort. to be. . Bv en
closing a small lock of hair, and staling place of
birth, age, disposition and complexion, and
enclosing SO cents aid stamped, envelope ad-diea-ed
to" yourself, ynu wiil receive the picture
and desired information by return mai.. All
oom nnica'ioni aacredly confidential. Address
in co 6denco, Madame . F. Thornton, P. Ot
Ecxiiv UadsoD) N. Y., . nov6ni -
Marriage and Celibacy.
AN ESS a Y OF w A KN t Nti AN U ' NSTRUC
TluN FUK YOUNu WEiS. Also. DU--ea
and A hint bicb prematurely Prostrate the
Vibl t'owora, with um means cf rebel'. Sent
Fiee of Charge, in waled letter envelope. Ad
dress Dr. J.K1LL1N 1101'GuTON, Ilowerd
Atsociatiun, Philadelphia, I'a. iMyl
Dr. Heheut-k's Mandrake' Pills.
A Substitute lor Calomel.
Thcaa Pills are composed of various roota,
having the power to relax the atcretiont of the
liver a promptly ana etloi'tuully aa blue pill or
mercury, and without i roduciug any of ihnae
dianrecablo or dangerons effects which ofton
follow the UKe of the la ter.
Iu all bilious disorder these Pills may bo
uw:d with confidence, ft they promote tho dis
chnrifo of vitiated bile, and remove those ob
atdiieiious from the liver und biliary ducts which
aro the cause of bilious affeciiuiiH in goneral
Sciienci'r Mandrake Pills cure Sick llead
ache.all di-ordera of the liver, iudicitnd by
sallow skin, coated tonftno, coslivness, drowsi
ness, anu a general feeling of wearino.-s ani
lufsiiuie, showing that tbo liver is iu a torpid
or obstructed condition.
In short, these Pills may ba u.oJ with advan
tage In all cases when a purgative or alterative
ined'u ine Is requiaed.
Plo.n-eask for'Ur. Pehenck's Mandrake Pills'
and obsoro that tho two likcncusoa of the Doc
tor aro on the Government stump one whon In
the lat atiigo of coiitum ptloii , uud tbo other in
his present li6nlT.h.
Sold by all Oriitreiwis and deulera. Price 25
contiper box. Principal Offloa, No. 15 North
6th Street, I'hiladelpliia, Pa.
Gcneri.l Wlioleaale Agents: Domaa Barnoa
Co 21 Park Itow, N Yj 8 8 Pnee 108 Baltimore
st Bultiinura Md; John D Park N K cor of 4th
and Walnut 8t('inen,nati Ohio; Walker & Tay
lor. 184 and 136 Wab'' h Avonua fc'hicigo 111;
(Adlin Brotlurs 8 V cr o.f Second and ine
ata St Louis .Mo,
4a5wenmly
New Bounty Bill nnd Pensions,
As passed by Congress Julv 27, I8ti6,
gives ftlOO additional bounty.
To every honorably discharged soldier
who enlisted in the ermv ol the United
States s'nee April 19, 1861, for three years,
and served his term of enlistment and woo
has receivd or was entitled to recieve but
6100 bouniy.
To every such fofilier who tins been dis
charged on oct ount of wounds received in
the I' in ol duty before his term of enlist
ment expired.
To i lie widow, minor children of parents
ii.. the ordfr named, of any such soldier who
died while in the serviw or from wjunds
received or disease contracted while in the
service of the United Slates.
t50 ADUITONAL B'lURT.
To all honorably discharged &o!diers who
have served .wo years uitdei one enlistment
and tvlio Dave received hut 6100 bounty.
AN INCHfc8B PENSION
H,is also been giauled by u recent liw
To widows of sildiers v h . have died in
the erniy. or to tho children if the widow
has die I or re mtirril i2 per month for
eaeli ihild tinde r 10 year.i of oj;e.
To soldiers who huve lost a loot or a hand
or been disabled equul to the lvss of a hand
or fool, 610 per mo'iili.
T.IIIFE MONTHS' IXTRA PAT
Has been panted every ollicer who v:is in
commission Alarth 3d. 1165, hud resigned
or was linniirubly discharged afit: April 9,
18U5, whikh ia promptly collertei1 by
E. A. BRATTON,
Atuhorizcd Military Chdm-Agent,
Aug. )6, if. McArthur, Ohio.
i'o 'iitin!;iivvs.
The advcrtlsr, having hceii restored to health
in a few weeks liy a very simple remedy, utter
having differed for several years with a aevero
lung affection, and that dread disoaFO, Con
sumptionla ai.xioiie to make known to hia
fcllow-pufferora the mean of cure.
To all who dc-ire it, he will Bend a copy of
the proscription used, free of chargo, with tho
directions ( r preparing and using the fame,
which they will find a sure euro for Consump
tion, Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, nnd
all Throat and l-iing Affections. The only ob
joct of the advertiser In scud ng tho Prescrip
tion ia to benefit the afllictcd and spread infor
mation which ho conceives to bo invaluable,
and bo hoe? every sufferer will try hiromedy,
as it will cost them nothing and may prove a
blessing,
Parties wishing the Prescription, free, by
return niuil, will please nddress,
l'ev. KDWAIil) A. WILSON,
William dur gb, Kings Co , N. V.
January 11, isfid-ly.
P1 enf"! Pl'-K YliAlil Wo waut, agents v
y I tJUvf ery whtre to tell our In provt-d ii
Sewing Machines. Three now kinds. Uude
and uipor feed. Sent en trial. Wstrunted
five ye'ivs. Above talary or large commissions
paid. TLo oxer machines sold in tbo United
Siu'.cs for leVs than 40 dollars. which aro fully
licen'Cd by llowe, btule.- A- Wilson. Grover
& Bah:;r Sirgcrd: Co., and Pneheldur. All
other cheap muchinc nro itifringiinents and
the teller or locr aro liable to arrest, fino and
imprisonnicnt : Illusirnted ciicularB snt frco.
Call nr on or ad lies?, Sbuw & Clark, at li dde
fsrd, Maina, or Chicago, III. june7-le'vly
biloi'S ol Voulil.
A OenUenun who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility. Prrinhturo Vetoy, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion, i ill. for
sake of suffering humanity, fend free to all who
need it, the rsciintand directions for muking
the simple remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wis bit g to prdit by the advertiser's
experieuce, cuu do so bv address ng
JOHN B. OGDEN,
joll-lv. No, 18 Chamtera St., N. Y.
J
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M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
TpKOM and after Sunday the li tb day of June
J- lS'i6, 1 rains will leave Ctatiooc named at
tollows : -
Goixa EA1.
Stations. Hill. Night Et
Cincinnati, 8 25 a 1 1 12 33 am
Chillicothe, 1 17 p m 6 10 an
HamHen, 2 3G p m 6 28 a m
McArthur, 2 52 p m 6 41am
Zaleski, , , 3 13 p m . 7 01 a n.
Marrietta, ' B 45 p m ". 10 48 a ni
GOING WEST,
Stations. Mail. Kiuht Ex,
Marrietta, 6 40 a m 7 05 p m
Zaleski, - 10 10 a m 11 06 p m
McArthur, : 10 33 a in 11 31 p m
llaindeiu - ' . 10 45 a m 11 42 p m
Chillicothe,' 12 28 pm 1 20 a m
Cincinnati, 5 00 p m 5 65 a at
LANKS of every desorijioo. tor sale
DODORDIGE h SOM
DEALsr.S IN
HAIiDVARE
AND
CUTLERY.
IISI MD STEEL
Smiths', Carpenters', I?2a
claineMis' as:u Joo
' pers' Tools.
A full Supply of
PLOWS AKD PLOW CASTINGS
CONSTANTLY OK HA2JD.
Also, agents for all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY !
tfTEarenow receiving a largo stock of all
VV gooda usually kept In a Uardc,ro Storo,
which wo will sell at the lowest possible prices,
fJT Special Attention raid to Orders.
J. Doddridge & Son,
, Main Street, (opposite Ilawki Stre,)
; v lie Arthur, O.
Novomber 1, 13G6-3m.
mm
4
PRICES REDUCED!
C. J. BILLING HI RST
HAS just returned from Columbja with a4
ditiunal facilities for
COPTIHG AID ENLARGING
OLD
Dagiicrreotype.1?, Ambrotypes,
Photogvaphs, or
ANY OTUER PICTLRES OF AXY SIZE
and malilni; them as TEKFECT as picture
taken FUOM LIFE
If you wint any kind of a picture, from
Miniature to Liks Size, tro to hillinirharai'a
i'h(o2rn'h and Fine An Oallery In MoArthnr.
l'hotopraplis colored in Oil, Watfb Colors.
India Ink, and rlui.slicd in llio bigbebl s'yls
of art.
Pictures taken In nil kinds of weather.
Ilia profcnt stic i of A bums will he acid at
coat. Photographs of Lincoln, Grant, Sberman
and ethers; aUu, Lockets, fiuo tiold Pens and
Finirt-r Kinps for salo.
Pictures of all sizes frni.ied to order.
McArthur, Obio, August 16, ISCG-tf
NEW CLOTIUXG STORE
-IN-
M' ARTHUR, O.
In Will's Building, room formerly occupied
by J. I'. Dunkle.
TflE underpinned wiahos toaay to the people
of Vinton county and tbo public generally
tlia he has opened out
A FULL & COMPLETE STOCK
Ready - Made CLOTHING,
Gents FurM87ting Goods,
of overy description,
Hats, Caps; Boots & Shoes
fur Ladies nnd Gents;
TRUNKS, VALISES, etc.,
which he is dotcrmi icd to sell at tho
CASH PRICES!
CALL AND EXAMINE
HIS STOCK
Before Purposing Else
where !
oct2.-m3 IIKXJSY ItlCIIMAN.
Dr. J. S. STRONG,
DllUGGIST,
Ilulberts Cor Opposite Court-house,
McAItTIIUIJ, OHIO,
BEALIItIN
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
FINE TOIL T. EOATS,
FIXE HIU& TOOTH B II USUE,
PERFUMERY,
MISSES Supporters, aid Phntilder Braces,
G'a, Putty, l'ainta. Oiln, Varnishes, and
Dye Stuff, eto., 1'aLut Medicines of every vn-
rioty . I'uper, Pencils, Ports Monies. Porto Fo
lios, Knvelopos and a gcucral variety ol funcy
articles.
-ALSO-
WATCHES,
AKD
J E E L K I .
N. B. Thysleions TreKeriptions carefully
eompoumlcd and orders corrcet'y iiiiw'crcl.
i.nes warranted neLiiino and of tie best
quality. April iirt. ".s'.Otf
UARDIAIVS
SALE OP KEAL ESTATE,
BY ORDER OF COURT.
ON THE 27TH DAT O? NOVF.MUEIi, A.
D. 18C3, n 10 o'clock A. M. of fail! d v.
on the p.-enin-ca. will be fold to rhu higher
bidder, (hi tollnwinu Real Ef;lte,ns bo prnp
erfj of Mary L Brown, miuor heir of Samuel
II. Brn-rn. deo d, t wit:
Lot No. 2ii. appiiiiscd at $.'0
do. Xo. 118, tlo 40
do. No. 119, do 40
do. No. 12;i, do 30
do. No. 137, do ..' 30
do. No. 13S, do 30
do. No. 135, do . .. 25
do. No. lOU, do 20
do. No. 1!, tlo 2."
do. Ao. loo, do v 30
do. No. KitJ, do 40
do. No. 174, do 2.0
do. No. 175, do 100
do. No. l!Xi, do 50
do. No. 197, tlo CO
do. No. mo, do 20
North half of Lot No. 71, ap. at 25
do do do No. 72, do 25
i;i the town of JIcArthur, inton county,
UlllO.
ALSO,
Lot No, 1ft. appraised at $10
do No. 17, do 10
do No. 30, tlo 10
do. Nw. 32, do 10
in the village of Prattsvillc, Vinton couu
ty, Ohio.
TEEMS OP SALE :
One-third cash, one-third in one year.
and the residue in two years from day of
sale, with Interest, ana mortgage on prem
isea to secure payment.
MARY D. BROWN.
Guardian of person and Estate of Mary L.
Brown.
Joseph J. McDowell, atty, Ac. oct26w5
mmmMi
r.vpst
mi)
ITS EFFECT 13
' MIRACULOUS.
The old, the young, the middle aged nnita to pmiM
HALL'S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RJENEWER.
It is an entirely new acientiflc discoyery, combining
many of the mutt powerful auS restorutivo agent
in the ttgttablt kingj 'm.
We have such confidence in Its menu, awl
o sure it will do all wo claim for it, that we offer
1,000 Howard
If the Siciliak IIair Rhnewkr does not give at
Ufaction iu all cases when used iu strict accord
ance with our instructions.
HALL'S
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Iienewcr
boa proved itself to be the most perfect preparation
for the Huir ever offered to the public. .
It is a vcpctiilile compound, and contains no
Injurious properties whatever.
It Is not a Dye, it strikes at tbo Roots and fill
the glands with 'now life and coloring mutter.
II WILL XESTOllE a It AT II Alii TO
us viuaiysL color.
It tctll keep the llalr from falling cut.
It eteanset th Seatp, ami maJiet th4 Jlair
BOJFT, ZVSTltOVS, ASD SILKEN
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I
No person, old or young should fail to use it.
It is recommended and mtd by tin i'JJiSV MED
ICAL AUTJlOItli r.
Ask for Hall's VECETAnLB Sicilian
IIaih Re.seweii, and tako no other.
The Proprietors offer the Sicilian IIaib Bb
KEWEtt to the public, entirely confident that it will
bring back the hair to its original color, promote it
growth, nnd In nearly all case where it has fallen
off will restore it uulcs the person 1 very aged.
R. P. HALL & CO. Proprietors,
Nashua, If. E
y Sold by all Drogg'ut.
GREENBACK:
ABB
GOOD!
BUT
R
ODACK'S STOMACH BltTERfl, Ur
years ol exMrneuce ana trial, Bar
proven io uo me uen remuy slum
lur all euiiiilaiuts where a Ionia and
stimulant hib required. They oarer
11U1 lu avienllicu tl, wechk, imjrt
rigor lo the strong, and in all respects
restore shattered and broken-down
constitution. No remedy haa bem
received with m much favor a Ko
Aca's Stohacu Bitiihj. In Chicago
B
0
VER 00,000 bottles were ao.d by one
dniK'lii'iise in the past year. It is ad
niitl.-'l by onr niot learned phymeinna
thai Pr. HOIiACU'H HTUMAUU BIT.
THUS I'oinliiiie tho proierties of a
geutle laxative, an efficient anti-bilious
Sent, and the boat atomachio known to
the world. KtHIACK'S HITTERS ahould
be used by ennvHlexoenta lo strengthen
the prostration which always follow acuta
disease. In the
I
H.int'H district of the Weal and
South there ha, for a long time, beea
mm h neoded an artieleof blU.MAUU
HlTTldW, which, if taken in proper
quantities and at the proper time, are
a suro preveative of Bilious Fever,
Fever and Ague, Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney
Complaint, and all disease of similar
nature ; and are better aa a preventive
for bilious derangomrnt, regulating
T
KD strengthening ti',e system, and el
ln( lone lo the digeMive organs, than
any other known remedy. Plow that
the war is over, there will ie thouund
seeking linines in the Houth. No per
son a lio values his life ahould go then
without haviiiK constantly at hand the
IMTTKltri, aa a Hiileuaid availed epi
demic and nmladiea enp'tidered by mi
asma and polluted water. Traveler
and all resident of the nuilt river-bottom
T
C
OtryrS F-S of the Went and South, and
the valy of the HiHsisippi and II
hbiitarttfs, should provido themselves
with the M'l TK.liS. There is prolmblr
nn one disease with which mankind are
alllietcd which ia the source of so many
ailments as dyspepsia, or A it is more
E
oommonly called Sour Stomach, nnd
there is np more certain remedy than
Roback's Stomach Enters. They are
never known to fail.
E
1N0 CHOLERA kas always been
mi,in n.iMi ii iv inn nniiiiA. inn
penplo linTft resorted to all manner
of medicines to arrest the progress,
but with little aureess. A sure cure
and preventive is to be found in tb
nse of Pr. TiOBACK'S SCANDINA
VIAN REM Eld KS. Keep the bowels
open with tbe Pills, anil invigorate the
system by free. ue of the Stomflca
Hitters, or, If the blood be thin, use til
PuriBor.
R
S
I'Cfl an Invaluable remedy should ba
kept in every family. Keep the system
in lull vigor nud nothing ia to be feared
from diee or cholera. THE OLD
RELIAHLK. I'o not be deceived by
purchasing any of the quack nostrums
under the rarioua name of Bitters.
Purchase none other but Dr. ROBACK'S
STOMACH BITTERS, which are com
pounded of the purest drug, and in
whict the afflicted can rely.
All 10
s
PBIUOE, WALT0H & OOMPAJY,
(SnooeoTtoO.. KobaciJ , .. ;
80LE3 PBOPEIITOH8,
JTot. M, SS, OO ami Xatt Tfttrcl Strte,
CINCINNATI, oi.V.i.
Are Sold by all DruggUfs and
Dealers in Patent Medioinei.
EVERYWHERE.-:,.;
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