THE VINTON RECORD.
Tl 1 UK SI) A Y, J V X E 1 2, 1 873.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
nBnd nr Sunday, May fith, 1ST J, trains
will run M I.llo.; N it. 4. and 0
run dtly; all other (mat ilsily.Sualaysex-eptd.
No. 6. Ml. 3.
Rtahons: Ft I. Ex. Foil..
CinMniwtl.....10 'ira I opm
OrHllieoth. ........ 16-ni ft tsipm
Michland Fur.-.. S i'in 4Snn
Haimlrn .............. Warn "'I'm
MoAtui'..... xtim llpm
Vmiaa . J !m mpm
ll.ki 3 4Am e i'Jnin
Hons Kurnace.... i iUm aspirt
Psruerburg. ........ 6 S'nm 9 Jjpin
4 - 'MO
No S. No
fllion. Fasti,, fil l. K
Parkrr.s'.irg ...... . a OOnn li lOpm 1" 30pm
Houe f uxuac 1u 6-,'Hin Mpin 1 i.imn
SUIesKi......... U ut im Olpm
fioion .... li liaun S lupin
J!cAthu II lin S i'lpm
Harula . .......... 11 SO no Jium
Michland Fur..-U 44m 4pm
Chilln-olh.....IS 66pm 4 4.'uin
Cincinnati .-.4 ftopin I ipni
I 17 tin
i 4 .urn
NO. 1 will stop between Cincinnati and hi n
chesicr, ki U. A 8. J unction snd Loveland on
ly; east ol HlxnclieHpr i 'H stop al ''
liona except hsrintrs'. Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral, New KuhIhdJ. Bin Kun, Cutlrr, Lit
lia nocking. Flemings', nu.l Tunnel. Nil. 3
will atop ou Wdlirn Division at 0. a.
Jascdou, l.reland and liresnfleld onlv; un
Eastern Division at Hamden, Mo-trih ur,
Zalraki, and all etai ion east ot Atheua This
Iraio will also stop at King's, Iiuih un. Moon
villa and Mineral City on signal. NOS. 6 AND
6 will atop al '', 4. jn.iotinii, l.oveUioi,
Ureennelil, Chillifnlhe, Hamden, Allien ami
acoU's Landing only. NO. 9 will make nil the
atop between Parkorrlmrg and lilanelierur,
except Tunnel, Vleiniiig's, Liuie Hocking,
Mineral City, King's, Ingham Vmlon Fur
nace and Farmere'i between HlKiionsiiter snd
Cincinnati, at LoveUnd. U. A 8. Junction and
Cummioefille ouly. NO. 4 will t"p ut Hel
pre, Vincent's, New buglnnd, all umious bc
tweea Athens an 1 Humdmi, and wast of Ham
den, at Clnllicolhe, lirienrieM, Lovelsn 1,
Msdisonville, C. S. Ji'O'.Uou aud Cummin-.
PARKERSBURG, MARETTA AND ZALESKI
Ths Parkeraburg, Mitnetta and Z ilnVd Ao
commodation leavua Ztlvaki at 6 M a. m.,
arrniog al Paikemburg at 9 30 a. in ; re
turning learea l'ltrk-roourir t 3 lu P. M.
amriBg at Zaleaki at t to V. M. Tin ttain
atop at all iiiom.
The Zilesiti Freight gmn ran Iiivk
ChillirolliealU Ona. m i Kiivnvillo 7 i Hi. lt -hnd
Furnaee, 8 S llamden, arrive 8 .is
depart U"; Mc-Anhur, 3; Vinton, 111 0.'.;
Zaleakl 10 So. lioing went ZdnaKi. 4 Oil p ni
Vinton 4 , MeAithor 4 nnj lliunden, arrive
i SO depart mi; Kiehlnnd Furnace, u 30;
Rayanlle, 7 00; Clnllicolhe. 8 3V
Trama on tne I'uKlaMUUTU RRANCU
will leave llamden at e 16 a.m. and 3 45 n m
arriving at Purtamoulh at II ziia m. and IH6.
tn. Returning train will leave Portunoiilli nt
SIS a. m, and W 35 p. m., arriving at Uain
den at II Is a. in. and 6 4A p. ui.
Trama onnnsct a: f.oreland for all polnla on
ths Little Miami Railroad, and at the Indianap
olis and Cincinnati Railroad Jnnrtl n for all
points Weal; at Athem, with the Colinnbiis
i H. V. R. K. t PArkerhurg. with the U. t
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
' CHARLES W. B AENETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArlhur Slnlion
to meet all traina.
Uaok leavea McArlhur pout office a 10
o'clock, A. M , to meet Fast Line Wei-t; at
li M. to meet the Cincinnati Kxp e going
east; at S o'clock P.M., to meet iheHt. Louia
Expreaa going weat, at S P. M. for Fnxl Line
eant. Will meet ths Kirkersbnrg, Marieita
and Znleki Ai'oininoJtion on application
tn perron or by letier.
Ordera left at the poat office, McArlhur, or
Dundaa, promptly alifndedto.
29mr CHAKLE8 W. BARNETT.
I WILL run a hack from Wilkeaville to
Hamden and return every Monday, Wedncs-
day and Friday, Tor Ihe accommodation of
paaaengera. making clone connection with Ihe
mail trains on ths M. aC. K.K. 1 will alao
carry sxpreaa package chipped to or from
thoee point! by the Adama Kxpreca Co.
Btpf ISAAC W. MILLER.
Hamden, "Wilko.tvilla and Middleport
HAVINO the contract for carrying the moil
between the above points I will be able to
lurniah conveyance for paaenger and their
baggage to and from aatd point on the folloiv.
ingdaya: From Wilkenville to Ha-n.l-n and
back on Mondays, Wedneadnya and Fridays;
and from Wilkeaville 10 Mhlillrport, MeiiC
Co.andbick on 'I'uesdaya, Thnradnva 11. d
Katurdajs, KIHN LEVIS.
The Best Chill Cure.
cures chills and fever and all
0 ber riindred diseases and
prevents the horrid sequelae ol
malarial poison, such as bloat
ed feces, enlarged spleen, pale,
Eallow complexion and shaky
It contains no arsenic which
ia used to destroy rats and ver
min. It contains no strychnine,
used to kill wolves, pole cats
and vicious dogs.
It contains no quinine which
splits the head and stops the
Butits combination is simple,
containing only a few innocent
drugs that any child or old la
dy can take with Impunity.
Wilholt's Tonic is as 6afe as
itis8ure, and a cure guaranteed.
White swellings, (elons, stiff
joints, chilblains, burns, contu
sions, have no terrors for those
whojpossess Holloways Oint
ment and know its properties.
In all internal diseases rely on
the Pills. Sold 78 Maiden Lane,
N. Y. Price 25 cts. per box.
Ask for new style; 'the old is
A skEPTio who was trying to
confuse a christian colored
man by the contradictory pas
sages in the Bible, asked bow
it could be that we were in
the Spirit and the Spirit in us,
received this reply: "Oh! dar's
so puzzle 'bout dat; it's like
dat poker, I put it in de fire
till it get red-hot now de po
ker de in fire, and de fire ia de
profound theologian could
Nve made a better reply.
By ANDREW J. GRAHAM.
iUTHOl AMD ruaLUHCi,
tiA Uroadwny, New York,
13 the beat rtem of modern ahort hind
mini:. Ity'ita aid reporters ar e tabled
lo wnle verhitim the apes noa of the moai
npid talliera. mill the ureaieat eaaa. It ia a
branch of hid v a eadv lernelaa any 01
the t-oiiirnnn branchca, ntcli a reailing. writ
tng, ant.tmeiic 01 grammar, and may beae.
inured bt any child that can rend common
print readily. ta charactera aio aa llxr
aim ccrinin in Ihi lr ineaning, aa legible, a
philo-nphical, an btaiiiilnl aa t'tne now m
common ue. are more systematic, and more
The great utility of Phonography la fully
concede ! bv lea hera- Utidenta, liuinea and
(iroies-ionul men. Thedemnd for I'h 'no.
rnphera ia greater than the aupply. and con
atiotlv uicreixing. It ia a aure and eny
atepping atone for a young man or woman to
immediate, permanent an I re.neWab'i. em
plovment, al salanea of from tl.SKl to $3 i n
per'ver, aa reporter for newspapers, civil
nd military ourt. Legislatures, Conreo.
tiona, etc., or as clcrli" m the otfi'.iea of rail
roads, telegraphs, lawyers, physician", mer
chant and manufacturing huns, m l in all
the liepurtmen'a of tin Notional Uovernmeni
and as sc-reianes and mnenusises. Thtre i
no field of I ib'. r no certainly remunerative,
and no useful art eo easily acquired.
To the lawyer in noting down teatimonv
and leferenc.s. and in preparing fiiat ilrait of
brtefsand oiferlesnl papers it is Invaluable.
1 o t'ici lergi mnn, in preparing his sermons,
to the pnbl o rpesker in piepniiug a dis
course, to any per-on hiviiigstudic-ondcr.
I;al dolies it will save tl per cent, of time.
PARKNTS, why not have your children
'earn Phonography a useful and beiiutlftil
art. a refining anpiaenieut, a uniqe accom
plish nent. In any vocation ol I fe It wdl re
pay many liiuca its coat in money tune nod
THE II4M-nOOK OFSTtMIAItn
Vlt AoltniCA.N 1'lIU.VuUKAi'UY,
PRESENTS EVERY PRINCll'LE OF EV
ery etvls of the art commencing wilh the
andv.is of wods, and proceeding to ihe mo.-t
rapid reporiing style-in such a form and
manner, wilh i nch ti:lneaa uf erplsn ilion,
and coinplclene. nf illn-tr ition, and with
such otl er fen l il re" as to fully adapt Ihe worv
tn the use ofaehoeta and to ell-iu4truitiofl.
Pnco, H: by mall f j HO.
Mr. Oiahuii is the nuthor of a I'hnnoQranh.
Ic Inctionarv, Renders, and other work, also
publisher ol a newsptpnr called " I ho Mil
dent' j Journal,'' devoteu to the advnneetncnt
ol Phonojjrnphv. Hend for aapei imen nums
tier eoniKicing a full deaeriptioii of the var
ions works o.i phouoginphy which are pub
lished by him.
Address; ANDREW J. 0RHM.
nfeb f.a llroadway, New York.
the new pn-tul law we are supplying Ihe pen
pie with our rlne nickel white metal ware, of
triple electro -liver plate, po-t pmd to any
part of the country dirvcllrom our muuulaus
Notwilhtanding a large advance in nickel
ire still oiler Ihe goods, both plain and I a my
patterns, al former factory rates, and will mail
anv qiiaulily at tlioe prices, on receipt uf I lie
Butler knifc, i.lcltlo fork, sugar spoon and
napkin ting, each (I I"'
Teaspoons and nut picks, hall do. 3 ftn
liesarrt knives, lorka and spoons, halfdoi. 4 no
'fahla " " " ' " 6 (Kl
Renlatingnfnld ware in the best manner, at
one hHlf of Ihese prices.
We will mail to any adrea pu.:"i!rapli.
an-l price li.is nf Jnnr FIXE hlLVEK
I'l.ATEU AND UKITA.VM.i
the manufacture ol which is a ipecialiy with
It ia our privilege to refer to the editors ol
nil Cincinnati religious weeklies.
In what paper itid you see our advertise
ment? JIAM.G, HOBIXSOX cV CO.,
tit Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
w si. to.,
1EAL ESTATE AGENTS.
One door west of Dan. Will C Jiro's.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Prona wishing to purchase lane's farms or
town Iota in Viatnn or adiotmng counties will
tlnd trade to sun them oy calling.
Persona wishing to sell lands larms nr town
lots will have a good chance nf doing so by
leaving deacilplion, etc. inoir banda.
W.M.J. KAMMM.I.i A CU.,
oct.'S Mnn .Street, McArlhur, 0.
Dr. Dupoitco's (olden
Thev never fail, and ma.y be depended upon
in every case where the monthly flu hn
been oo-triictel through coin or disease.
lilT'jNOo'rt liULl'KM PiLLSalwayamvc im
mediate relie. A Indr writes: "'iiupnncu's
Ool.len Pills relieved me in one day like mag
ic." 'Ihe genuine are now put up in large
wntte boxes containing double the quantity ol'
pins, nd upon earn dox you win mm my
"Private U. .H. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
stains- see the words l-CTu.NCO'S UuLI'KN
PILLS in white letters, wuhout that none
K-oiemher the genuine i In the white boxes
Full and explicit dirtctinnanccompnny each
box. Price 81. oo per box, six tioxea tViO.
Hold bv one drusgiat in everr town, village.
city and h unlet throughout the world.
bold in McArli.tir. ().,
Jly G. V. SISSOX. Druggist.
Sole Agent for Vinton County.
b sending him 11.00 threngh Ihe .McArlhur
O.. post Offlce, can have Ihe pills sent conlls
dentially, by mail, to any pa;t of the country,
tree of postage
H. U. HOWE, Proprietor, Netrlork.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNjW.
RF. 0TIFI7L RNOW ANDOTHER POEMS.
Ktw IUtutritled Kduin. J. W. Watson anthnrof
'' The outcast." BeanlMlii lllu4 wletl, from orig
inal dftiytu by Edward L Henry. Completo in
one tnre octavo volume, in uniform style
with " I he outcast and Other Poems," beinii
printed on the tinest tinted plate paper, and
bound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top,
gilt sides and beveled boards, pric Two lo.
lam, or bound in green morocco cloth, with
gilt sides, and beveled boards, price Three
. Aofsi book U for safe hm all boobteUen. or eoa-
l nfitieill be teat, yiM-paid. to any oa, pr return of
mid, os aaw om r itiUi:j the price ofittoih pabhiA
art. J. a rbifiicjnnt ItHoi Histu,
Kuti Chestnut Bt., PhtLdelphia, Pa.
For the great sensation ol hygienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
M JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
lir. Dio Lewis' new work is an immense
success. Haves money, worry, and preuioua
health, and shows how to life well and grow
fat on II a week. Agents are coining money,
and do.nga world of good with i'. Theaarre
chancea still open I'elay not, bu' address at
once, ft. HANNAfOKU A CO, Publishers.
177 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, O. 6mar3
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co
ALTi parties having subscribed to the cap
ital atoek ol ths U.. McA. A C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to the sec
retary of the Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Oallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, lo lianiel Will, President of the
Vinton County Bank, at McArlhur, Ohio, ol
an installment ot five dollars on each share
so subscribed, within ten days of '.hie date..
Aogu.t 10, 1871.
G. McA. AC. R. R.Co.
dec I 1871.
Vinegar Dltters aro not rilo Fancy
Jrink, made ol Poor Kum, Whiskey, Proof
jpiriu and Rcluso Liquors, doctored, aplcctl,
md sn-cctcncil lo plcaso tlio taste, culled
Tonics," "Appetizers," " llcstorcrs," Ac.
;hat lend the tippler on to drunkenness and
uln, but ore a tae Medicine, made from the
lntlvc roots and licrbs of Calironila, free from
til Alcoholic Stimuluuti. They ore the Great
Blood Puriacr and a Llfc-plvlng Principle, a
perfect Renovator and Invijorator of thoSys
xiu, carrying cif all poisonous matter aud
estorlng tho blood to n healthy condition, en
Iching It, rcrresliins and invlgorutlng both
nind ami body. They are easy of ndiuiniatra
ion, prompt In their octlon, certain In their
esulin. sale and reliable to nil forms ordHease.
No I'crson ran take these Bitters ac
cording to directions, ami remain longun well,
irovided their bones aro not destroyed by
tilncral poison or other means, and tho viutl
rgans wastcil beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, llcadache,
alu In llio Sliouldcrs, Coughs, Tightness oftha
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of thestom
leh.HadTiistc In the Mouth. Ilillous Attacks, Pal
jitatlonorihc hcurt. Inflammation ol the lamps,
Phln in thcregiouaof the Kldncys,and a hundred
ithcr paiuful grniptoms, are ihe onsprings of
Uyspepnla. In ilieso complaints it has no equal,
tnd one bottle will prove a better gunruutco of
.ts merits than a lengthy atlverliscincut.
For Female Coinplniiits. Ill younger old,
married or single, at tuc dnw-n of womanhood,
jr the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
lecldcd nu liiilucnce that a marked Improve
ment is soon perceptible.
For Iiillaiiniiatorf and Chronic
ri.licuiimllsiu aud Uout, Dyspepsia urludl-j.-silon,
bilious, Remittent and Intermittent
Fevers, Diseases of the lilood.Llver.Kldneys and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most Ruccess.'ul.
Such Diseases aro caused by VitlatedUlood.whlch
Is generally produced by deruugeuieut of the
They nre n Uentle PurgotlTe ns well
as a i'oulr, possessing also tnu peculiur merit
jfactluu as a powerltil agent lu relieving Con
gestion or luilamiutition of tlio Liver aud Via
:eral Organs nnd In Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Kruptioiis, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, IMinnles. Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Kins-worms, Sciild-Ilcatl, Soro Eyes
Ervsiptlas, lull, Scurfs, Dlscoioratiuns of the
3kin, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin, of
whatever namonr nature, are literally dug up
and carried out nf tho system lu a shurt time by
the ue o( llicsc Bitters. Ono buttle In such cases
will convince tlio must Incredulous of their cur
demise tlie Vitlnled niooil whenever
you liud r Impurities bursting through the
ikm in riiuplcs, Lruptiuns, or Sores ; cleanse It
when you And it obsirnctcd and sluggish la tlio
veins ; cleanse it when It Is foul ; your feelings
rill tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and
the hcuhh of the syslcm will folloiv.
Grateful Thousand proclaim ViSEfiArt
niTTKlts tlio most wonderful Imi-ormH that
ever sustained tlio sinking system.
l'ln, Tape, and otlur Worms, lurking
in llio ystciii of so many tliousands, arccllcc
tually destroyed anil removed. -Says a distin
guished physiologist : There is scarcely nn Indi
vidual on the fuccof lliccnrth whose body Is ex
empt from the prcseuco of wonifs. H Is nut up
on the healthy elements of tho body that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vcrinlluges,
no untheltniuities, will free the system lroui
worms like theso Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases. rcTsona engaged
In Paints aud Minerals, bucIi ns plumbers, Type
setters, tiold-beaters, and Miners, as the ad
vance In life, are subject to paralysis of tho
Bowels. To guard against this, take a (lose of
Wai.kkr's Vimsuah Bittbbs twice a week.
Hillnus, Iteinltteiit, nnd Iiileruilt
tent Fevers, which are so prevalent lu Ihe
valleysof our great rivers throughout the United
States, especially these of the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, llliuuis, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, llio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, and many others, wilh their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entito country during
the Summer aud Autumn, nnd remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat nnd dryness, are
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, aud other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatmciit. a purga
tive, exerting a powerful influence upon these
various organs, is essentially necessary. 1 here
Is no cathariic fur the purposo equal to Dit. J.
Wai.kkk's Vinkuar IliTTEiis, as they will
speedily remove t lie dark-colored viscid matter
Willi which the bowels arc loaded, at (he same
llmeBUmmatiiiR the secretions of llic liver, nnd
generally rcstonur ihe healthy functions of the
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell.
Ings, Llcers, Krysipehui, Swelled neck, Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inilainma
lions, Mercurial Airections, Old Sores, Erup
tloii9 of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. In these
as In all other constitutional Diseases, Wai.keii's
Vinegar Hittkus have shown their great cura
tive powers lu the most obstiuale aud intract
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
DHters act uu all theso cases in a similar
manner. By purifying the Illood they remove
Ihe cause, and by resolving away the crfects ol
the Inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the
affected parts receive health, and a pcrmauei-C
cure Is eirectcd.
The properties of DR. WALKER'S VtNEflAR
Bittkbs art) Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, ymriiious. Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, UudortUc, Alterative,
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
lies of Ijk. Wai.kek'3 Vinegar Bittkks are
the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
loothlug properties protect the humors uf ths
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in
Ihe nervous system, stomach, anil bowels, either
Tom Inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Fortify the body ngiilmt disease by
purifying all its fluids with Vinkuar Bitteks.
No epidemic- can tuko hold of a system thus
Directions. Take of the Hitters on going
to bed at night from a half to one aud oue-lmlf
wlne-glassfull. Eat good nourishing food, such
as beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
and vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are composed ol purely vegetable lugre
lients, and contain no spirit.
II. H. AlcDONALD & CO.,
Druggists nnd Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
k cor. of Washington and Charltou Sts., S.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS DEALERS.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAJL
Ten years of n pnb
lie lest bus proved In
Crook's Willi of Tnr tc
hnve more merit than
any similar preparation
ever ottered to tlio pub
lic. It Is rich in the
medicinal qualities ol
Tar, nnd nneiiunled foi
diseases of the I hroiil
and I.iiug. performing
the MUST HKMAHKAULB
Cures. It EFFECTUALLY
cures all I'michs and
old. It lias cured so
miiny cases nf Aatliiiiti
and llroiicliltiN, that It
bus been pronounced a
specific for these com
plulnts. For 1'n Ins In
the Breast, Hide oi
Ilack.Uravel nr Kid
ley D.aexNP. Disease
Of the I'rlnary Oritans, Jaundice. Ol
any Liver Complaint It has no equal
It la also a superior Ton c,
Ueatorea ihe Appetite,
Strengthena Ihe Nyatein.
Iteatorea the Weak and D bllitnted.
t'anaea the food to Digest,
Removes ItyapepatH and Indlicextlnn,
Prevents malarious Fevers.
Gives tone to your aystem.
Itat Palo, YoIIotv-, Sickly-looking Skit
ik ehantrrd tooneof fnnhnesa and iiealth
Those Dlenes of the Skin. Pimples
Pnatules. Itlotrhesand Friiptious ar
removed. iprofnln,Serornloii Itlsenses
of the Fyea, Wh te Mwellinjr, Vleers
Old Hnren ornny kind of Humor rnpldl)
dwindle nnd disappear under Its Influence
n fact it will do you more good, nnd enr
yon more speedily thnn nny and nil othei
firepnrntlona combined. Writliltl It Isna
tiro's own reatorer! A soluble oxyd of Iror
combined with the medicinal properties o
Poke Root divested ol nil dlRnirreeHUle quid
Itlea It will rure Any t'hrniiieor I.oiik
Stnndin? r'ae whose renl or dlree
eniise Is had blood. Rheninnt Um.Pnlni
In I. initio or Konea.l oustiliitlonsi bro
ken dow n by Mercurial or other pidsnns
are nil rnicil livlt. KorHy phlliH.or Hyph
Utile In n. there Is nntlilnir ennnl tn It
A tr'al will prove It. ASH FOR DR
I HOIIIi H .W POUND alRIP Ut
We will furniBh the Eecord and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at
13.50 per jear.
To Break a Pair of Steers.
'Ihe first step in my pract
ice was to get my steera in n
6mall yard, then into the stall,
put a rope rour.d tlie horn9,
lie them in the stall, and teach
i hem to stand quietly when
tied. All harshness was
uvoided. The nest thing was
to establish a confidence be
U'een myself and the steers;
which was done by patting
and currying, and feeding nub
bins of corn. Willi steer3 would
soon learn that they were not
going to be hurt. Tliey were
truined to be led singly; after
which two were tied together
by their horus. and were led
around the yard, and and
along the high-way, uniil they
were nil as tractable a? a gen
tie horse. Then a yoke-was
put oil their necks, and two
were allowed to run loose lor
a lew hours every day in the
yard while wearing the yoke.
A sweep was then made by
setting a post in the ground,
allowing it to extend two or
three feet above the suilace;
and the butt end of the pole,
twenty or more feac long, was
placed in a horizontal position
on the post wilh an iron boll
or crow bar running through
the pole to the top of the post
The steers were hitched lo the
small end of the pole, with a
hand- sled attached; and they
were trained to draw the dri
ver on the sled. Alter a few
lessons on the sweep, they
were prepared to dra a light
sleigh to (he wood?, and bring
home a light ioad of wood.
S. E. Todd at Farmer's Club,
Don't Do It.
The philosopher of the Lo
giinsport Pharoe, issues this
bulletin of good advice:
Don't invest all your money
in lottery tickets. Uive some
other man a chance lor a
Don't tell an editor how to
run a newspaper. Let the
poor fellow find it out him
self. Don't loaf about (he streets
and depend on the Lord lor
your "daily bread." Be isn't
running a bakery.
Dont discuss scientific ques
tions with a lightning-rod man.
Li is arguments ae generally
solid, and always pointed.
Don't Bpend all your time
in watching your neighbors.
every one should be selfish
enough to devote a few hours
to his own business.
Don't imagine that the
Lord will call a first-class
preacher to a church paying a
second class salary. Lie doesn't
treat ilis children so shabbily.
A young mau named Hart
ney was to be married in Troy,
ihe other day, but in some
way the impression arose that
a certain Charles Hartney, a
well known aud popular bach
elor, was the party implicated
So all his friends congratula
ted him, arid, seized with a
brilliant idea, he invited every
body to the wedding at the
Union Hotel. Early in the
morning presents begau to ar
rive, and by the time set all
the parlor tables were loaded
wilh the silverware, etc., his
many friends had sent. All
this he turned over to the real
culprit, and never was there a
The most successful method
of running a ohurch was re
cently the topic of discussion
among a number of consider
ate professors. Some were of
the opinion that a good minis
ter was the essential thing;
and others a well arranged fi
nancial eastern; another sugges
ted good singing as the one
thing needful. An old fashion
ed brother closed the discus
sion by saying that according
to his experience the most suc
cessful thing to run a church
A Lousville newspaper no
led the fact that since the In
diana Sunday liquor law went
into operation the larger share
of the male population of New
Albany attend morning service
on the Kentucky sidd of the
Tlie Cincinnati Commercial
says the fall of the bridge at
Dixon, Illinois, is not mys'eri
ous. The Common council ol
that place was bribed by a con
tractor, nnd then the work was
slighted to make corruption
profitable. There was cast
iron where the fpecificalion?
called for wrought iron, and in
some cases, putty where there
should have been bolt heads.
Putty, painted over, is as good
as iron to the eye of your
City Councilman with a bribe
in his pocket This . fatal
bridge is a specimen of (he
"improvements" that thieves
projsct, and contract for, and
execute. The object of such
improvements is the promo
lion of stealing. Their end is'
accomplished when the steal
ing is don,a. TJien they stand
in ttbeir rottenness and fraud
painted putty and pot metal
till a shock co nes that an
honest bridge would withstand,
and away they go, and. inno
cent lives are racriflced. There
are thousands of such traps
throughout the country, and
the chief end of municipal
statesmen is to produce more
The congregation of the Af
rican M. . Church at Dean
and Schenectady avenues.
Brooklyn, N Y.,held their May
Festival in their church on
the evening of May 30'h
About midnight, while Ihe con
gregatinn was singing a psalm,
one of the sisters felt hersull
aggrieved at some remark b
one ol the brethren. A male
Iriend of the woman 60ughi
out the nggre?8or, and from
words they camo to blows,
and in a short time a general
fight ensued.' Chairs and ta
bles were overturned, and soon
the floor was covered wilh a
struggling mass ot men and
women, intermingled with cap
sized ice-cream, cakes and jel
lies of all kinds. The police
were called, but before thej
succeeded in separating the
combatants, two of the force
were knocked don. Nearly
ail the brethren and listers
were marched to the station
Prof. Anderson's Dermador
Good for Man.
My son was taken wilh a
swelling on his leg, just above
the ankle joint. I paid our
family physician 5520 for at
tending to it, wilh no benefit.
Some time alter I was advised
by a friend to use "Anderson's
Derinador." I used one bottle
on the swelling and effected a
A. S. RALLS,
Standing Stone, Pa.
ee advertisement in this
The Scarcity of Money
Is in a great 'measure caused by
sending away to other tjwns or
cities for ar icles that can be
found just as good and cheap at
homo. If you wish a very fine pic
ture of yourself or friends do not
be deluded into the idea that
you can do bettor by going to
Chillicothe, Cincinnati and other
plaoes without first calling on
C. J. Billing uuitsT, of Mc Ar
thur. No artist has a better
reputation for doing good and
honest work, and nothing in the
picture line is too dificult far him
to undertake. See his advertise
ZALESKI O., April 24, 1873.
Editok Kecord: Please an
nounce through your valuable
columns that the village of Zi
leski Company's Coal Mines
situated in Brown township,
dubbed by some,"Uoal Hollow'
and by others bBunghole,n wilt
from and after this date, be
known as the village of Coal
Manager Zaleski Co.
Advertising reminds people of
things they bad been wanting ah
along, but had forgotten all about.
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures mnj hi
made as large as life from the tinies-l.'-cltet
picture, and made in every wat
satisfactory by careful and judiciou
coloring. Photographs from nature ot
from other pictures colored in the besi
etjles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tel or ink, at rates to suit all ciroum
Want a aiMintlnn.
Vnnt a servant girl,
Want to nt'll a plnno,
Want tn sell a enrilnjrc,
Want to buy orsell it farm.
Want a b'ourdiiisr placo,
Want to Poll town property,
Want to sell (crocerlfs nr dru;;,
Want tit sell liouseholil furniture,
Want to sell dry jrnod or carpets.
Want to llntl customer for anything,
Advertising will jraln new customer.
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising niuKes piiecess easy,
Adveril-liig btgets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising chows pluck,
Adverlfse or bust,"
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious adoerlising
So exception lo this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his slock turned into
money so as lo meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, hr
could make it still better in pros
perify, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
Some merchants say it ia not worth
while to advertise; fur nn person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he ia wise he will prntii
by its suggestion, if he lias anything to
offer worth advertising, flow much
more then will those read them who
nre not so largely supplied with read
ing matter, are at leisure n the even
ing, -and must depend un their paper for
their local news, the must iu portanl
item t'f which is where they 'can find
just what they want when they come to
town to make their purchases. Ifyom
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and nut nf
style that it is worthless, nr if it if run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w.nt, it is 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 that you have them, at,d want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's name a per
m-inent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in ths tilings nf men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a dog nr a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush tt. your local pa
per, knowing that evpry one will rent!
the advertisement But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how mujh yon ura los
ing by not advertising it Rfporler
If those persons who profess to b
lieve .that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the publ o wish tn be
convinced nf their error, just let them
tivo publicity to sumo matter thev
would not ore to divulge tn the world,
even in the most obsoure corner of h
country pnper, nnd sea what notoriety
they would soon attain, Advertiser
Auvkrtisino is apt to give ns that
gentle jug ol conscience which tells u
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our .wife
a new dress as soon ns the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to nark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Why do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to team
what is going on. To see if there is
any.hinn new, or anything that they
want, To see if the season's style
have come in, and to find nut who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement
To satUfy curicsty. Because they i
nave reai nil tne stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio State Journal
Trig power of priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
ientence has a wonderful advhotace
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the many reasons which
gives en importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well aa they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convinoe, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require .the
graces of elocution nnd the force of
eloquence, yet even thee fade away in
"t nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there ia some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
insertion and the sense nf permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influence. Busi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. Learn to adver
Use, and then .he "how, when and
where" ot it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having.
boot n it
ShoM of i.w.
Ilim lin, who
so I il.-! ex
clii-iivelv t a
8 weal at
to Hina (lilf
. vs sir.
-ftT V&T.nolmboId fU
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tho only Known Itrmnly for I!rii.'lit' Di
ee and litis cured every cu) of Diuliehu In
which it litis been rjven, Irritiitiull ot tliuNitk
of the niaduYrsnd Itiflftuiiuntitm of tho Kidneys,
Ulceration of the Kidneys and Bladder, Jirtcn
tlon of Urine, Diocancj of tlia Prontato Clluntl,
Stone In tlio Madder. Gravel, Brick Piixt Depimit,
and Mucous or Milky DinUnrges, and for En
feebled mid DelicateCoriiititutiuiisof br.1h Scxe8,
attended with llio following ryniptnmi': Lou
cf Power, Liwa of Memnrr.Dlfllcuityof Breath
lue Wculc Nerved, W'akeftilne, l'aln in llio
llaelt. Fliu-liiugof the Body, Kritptlrm on tho Face,
1'ullid Co'inteintnrF, LaxsitU'lo of I ho System, rte.
I and by persons in tho decline or thnnso rf
life; after conflnemcut or kbtr pains, bed-wetting
in children, etc.
In muny oftYrtions peculiar to Iiulcs, Ilia Ex
tract Uuehn is uueiiiuiled by any other remedy
Aa in ChluriMia or Iletention, Irrepilurity. ruin
f illness or 8itpprcisdonuf Cmtomnry Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Scliirrua ststo of tho Uterus, I.m
corrhcea or Whites, Fterilily, and for oil mm
plaints Incident to Ihj sex. Jt Is prescribed
extensively by tho most eminent Plivslciani ana
Midwlvcs for enfeebled and dellciiki conitittl
tious of both sexes and all ages,
KEARNEY'S EXTHACT VVClZC,
Vvrrs Mxaset Aii-inij from Imprudence,
It bite of UMiMtlon, k , In all their stages, at
little expense, little or no clmngo iu diet, no la
convenience, and no exposure. It cause a fre
quent desire, aud eives strength to urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and
Curing Stricture of the Urethra. Allaying Palo
and Inflammation, so frequent in this class of dis
eases, aod expclliugall poisonous matter.
KEAHNEY'S EXTIIACT BUCnr,
f 1.00 per bottle or six bottles for f.VOO, delivered
to ally aidi secure from observation. Sold by
druggists everywhere. Prepared by
KKXKNFy A 104 Oqane St, N. T..
to whom all letters t ' Morrnotigu should bi
AVOID QUACKS SD IMPOSTER8.
So Charge tor Advice and CuainHatica.
Dr. J. B ltifitl. Graduate of .1 ffrtton ibdlcnl
CoiUii; Philadelphia, author of several Talunblo
works, can be consulted on all Us"asi-s cf ihe
Sexual or Urinary Orpans. (which he tuts niadi
an especial study), cither lu main or female, no
matter from what cauio oriirinatiiut, i r if how
Ions standing. A practiro of 80 years cuaiilej
him to treut disease with success. Cures (.;uar
anteed. Chnrgen reasonable. Those- at ms-
tanco can forward letter describing symptom,
and enclosing stamp to prepay posture. O
bend fur the HmUt I" tli. Price 10 rent.-.
J. B, UVOTT, M. li.. Physician nnd Scrgeorj,
104 Dacuo St., Jiuw York.
Good for ttlaii. Inflammation of all
kinds. Diphtheria, Wounds, Bruises, Burns,
t-prains, Itheomatism, Sore Throat. Bwelllng of
the Glands, Inflammation of the Byes, Broken
Breast, Frost Bite, Chilblains, Piles, Bee Stings,
and all bores.
Good for flenat." Fresh Wounds, Calls,
roll Evil. Sprains, Bruises, Cracked Heels, Hing
Bone, V lnd Galls, Spavins, bweeney, Founder,
Lameness, Sand Crocks, bcratches, or Urwse,
Huuge, Horse Distemper.
. This truly wonderful Liniment wa
discovered by llOMKH ANDEKsoN, A.M., lata
Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics In the
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County. M.T.
In experimenting for ths purport of Disking
rmssie Acid. I t uniting the independent gaseous
bodies of which It is composed, a residuum was
left, which, on being applied to brnlie and in
flamed parts, by the students of the Institute, was
f uono, to posses the remarkable property of cool
ing down and carrying oft the inflammation and
soreness at onco, and restoring the part to sound
Ben and health la a few hoars without pain or
It Is not a heatfnp; Liniment, but
sets by It peculiar ieclflo or chemical qualities
in dissolving and scattering the soreness and In
flammation of the Injured part. By a free ap
p lcation, the red turfaca soon becomes cool,
moist snd natural, and is reto-d to natural
beilth without suppuration or destruction.
As a Liniment fr florae Flesh, for
the cure of all the ailm-nt named above, w
c hall an g ths world to find its sanaL
Prlco 5 & 60 ccnti per bottle.
D. HANSOM. 017 & 00,, XW&,
Burr aio, n. iv
See notice In local column.
" CABLO Ut KISCHIir," "GOOD KOBUma,"
SPRING rbOWERS." " summ r.R rLOWans," i
kwuauM (ixittic wnit.t is wifiit cmus-i
luiar wos(cioUdi),fc oi.ee.
el UnMCbromos an Iks dM ot "H
Awu, ana fast SdMpi" UusUmts
Silatrnfi rsralibsS VI OS CM
tOj allii wltaai
CT1 tsi tmsa vamm
siit laeuilbls nsiaaies tor rrtrr aiarut
UI au Osxlrt jot, uuak tor a Oram by
Thsrt U vrslui la ukm "fmS trtumre of
ratal MlKlr, Is mrdlul prMltot. rsllruiwrd
mrf V. JH. "" SKNaa.- IM WMidrrr.1 bsslih-
li I aWbSl ma vaua u slimlif ibt dornrs. Sy call,
SI. I poUatorderornfUnndUenr, CiulnfLn t,M. ASdnc
aM.AU.UTT, pusmtrr, 51 W. ttmnt St ClMlMsU, 0,
AOKXTJ every hers to tell onrnew snd
WAXi EDIo sell o ir new and novel em-broiderina-
machine, send tor illu'trUd cir
cular, to the MeKee Manufacturing Company,
SOU frosdwiy, Hew York. - Jmyam
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