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THE VINTON RECORD.
McAKIIlUK, OHIO,
mm
THURSDAY. JULY 3. 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
OnDl afUrHnndsy, VaySVh, is::i, trains
will run M wnows: Jim. a. '
run daily; all other trains daily, Sualsjuex
GOING EAST.
No. . tie. 1. No. 1.
Station Pt.L.Ex. Fwtli, Cm Fx.
Cin.Hnnmi..lu nopm I onpm 7 aSain
Chillu-othe i lfmm S (xiprn 11 f mi in
Jtichlsnd Fur.-.. 3 (Ham s txpin 13 iipm
Km.len. 3 IThih a ipm IJ Vipm
MoAaym's 3 2 im llpm 1 adorn
Vinlop - 3 nm 21 pin 1 Ispin
ZilMki 3 r.am 6 2!tim 1 ?pm
Hopi Furnace.... Mam (I :ira 1 asptn
Psmeibura, "sin . 0 33pm 4 lupin
GOING WEST.
No. t. ho 4. JCn.e.
Stations. Fast I.. RI.I.Kx Via. Ex
Frki'MC'jrg ..... imiiti U Upm 1" ipm
Hops furnace U A.'siin .Mpm 1 Mum
ZleKl. ....... .....11 tii.un SOI pin 1 Hum
vmlon........... II I Main 1 Warn 1 I7nni
McAtTHVa II It.tin 3 lupin 1 Slum
llnnvlen II .'K'.itn 3 3ipin I 3Aim
Vithlupil Fur.... 11 IVun 3 lim 1 4.Vim
Chilhcothe Mpm 4 4.5pm 4im
Cincinnati .4 6upm 8 aopin t miin
NO. 1 will atopbpiwtrnCincinnnti and HI n
cheaicr.nl 0. A S. Junciion nil Lovcland on
ly; east ol Hlnnchesler it will mop at ail '.
tiona except hfiwrn', Harper's, MotiviUe,
Min.ral. New Knirbinil. Bin Klin. Culler. Lit
tie nocking FinnnV, sod Tunnel. Nil 3
will atop oil Western Division at 0. U.
Juscl.nn, l.jvelund ami lirpmHeld only; on
KnxLrm Division at Hamden, Me trlll ur,
Z.ileski, and nil staiionscaiiioi Athena This
tram will also stoii at Knur's. Iiwh un, Moon
villeand Mineral City on signal. NOS. J AM)
O will stop ai a. .inaction, i.oveiano,
Ur.enHeltli Chillifothe, Hamden. Athen anil
Bcoll's Landing- only. NO. ti will m:kenll tne.
atnus between Parkwrelwrit and Hlamheftt r,
except Tunuel, Kleinum's, LUtie Hockinu,
Mineral L'ltv. Km . lunliam Vinton fur
naceand Farmers'; between HJuneiiester ami
Cincinnati, at LoveUn.l. U. o. Junction an
Cumminsville o.ilv. NO. 4 will flop at Hel
ere, Vincent's, New England, nil slHlinns bc
tween Alheni an I Hiiiiulwi.and wesi ol Hum-
den, at Chilhcothe, (ireentield, Lovelan I,
V'jouvile, C, A 8. Ji'tv tioa autl Cumuiim
Villa. i
PARKERSBURG, MARETTA AND ZALESKI
ACCOMODATION.
The Parkershure, Marietta ami Z ileskl Ae
coininmlation leavea Zileaki nt 6 In a. m.,
arriving at Park.eri.burn at 9 30 a. ni ; re
turninu leaToa Pr k-rburu H 3 In I'. M.
arnrinitat Zuleski l 8 W 1'. M. Tint liain
topi at all xt uioni.
ZALESKI FREIGHT
The Z.ile.ikl Freight oini nt leaves
Chillieiilhentu una. in ; Uuvavilie 7 ; iti.'ii
land Furnace, S PA; Uuimleii, arrive 8 3
depart tKl; Mi-Arthur, U 30; Vint. in, HI U.
tileaki I11 'XL Uoinn wet Z Ji'sm, 4 tMlp ni ;
Vinton 4 , MeAilh.ir 5 on, llnmden, arrive
I au-dep.trt a i; Kichlnnci Kurouce, a ju
RnvKville. 7 00: C'hillirnthe. 8 HV
franw on the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
will leave Hamden nt 8 IS a.m. and 3 Up. ni
arriving at Purlamoulh at II a m.anilOlftr,
m, KetiiroinKtrmna ill leave Pnrtmon(ii 1 1
Biaa.m, anti n ; p. m., arriving ni unm
den at 11 15 a. m. nml S 4 p. m.
Trains ennneet a: I,ovelnd for all peiirta on
the Little Minim Rai road, and at the linlninap
olia and t'inciniinti Railroad J nne.ti n fur all
points Weal; at Athena, with the Cnliimhil
a
W. PEABODY,
General Superintendent.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHARLES . BAENETT, Proprietor
WILL run regmrly to McArtliur Btntion
to meet nil trains.
Hack leavea Mi'Arthur post odlce ai 10
o'clock, A. M., to meel Fat4me Weli at
11 M. to meet the Cincinnati cxp ea gnmn
east: at 2 o'clock P.M.. lo meet Die St. Loin
Expreax going west, tit S P. M. for Ft Linn
east, win meet tne rarKorauiir maneim
and Zaloiki Accommodation on application
In person or by letter.
Orders left at the post office, Me Arthur, or
Pundns, promptly nttrndedtn.
Mm-y CUARLES W. BAKNETT,
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEK
HACKLINE.
I WILL run a hvk from Wilkesville to
Hamden and return everv Mondnv. Weilnen-
lay and Friday, for ihe accommodation of
passengers, ninking close connection wnn tne
man trains on tne m. u. h. n. t win aiso
carry express pm'ksges shipped to or from
(hose point by the Adams Express Co.
ISAAC W. MILLER.
Bamclan, Wilke.ivilla and Middleport
HACKLINE.
nAVINO the contract for carrying the mail
between the above points I will be able to
ilurnish conveyance for passengers anil thcil
aggage lo and from said point" on the follow.
log days: From Wilkesville to Handen and
back on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays;
and from Wilkesville to Middleport, Meigs
Co,nndbnck on Tuesdays, Thuradavs Mid
Baturdajs. "OHM LEVIS.
Last Friday evening two
Uas&illouian Amazon3 met a
ye-uug man who Lad been cir
culating reports derogatory of
their chastity and moral stand
ing, and having provided them
selves with cowhides ior the
occasion, proceeded to deco
rate the tody of their traducer
with welted stripes. After ac
complishing their task to their
complete satisfaction, he was
told to go and sin no more.
lie is still going, as he has not
been seen in Massiilon since.
Here is Bomethiug practical
wrought by the farmer's organ
ization. The State Urange of
South Carolina, it is said, has
succeeded in negotiating with
the railroads leading to the
Northwest a reduction of
freight to one-halt the old
rates. Flour is now transport
ed from Dubuque to Charles
ton, South Carolina, at $1.35 per
barrel, instead ot $2.83 as here
tofore. Colonel Thomas A. Scott, of
the Pennsylvania railroad, ex
pects to visit Europe this sum
mer, as one of our New York
exchanges says, "for the pur
pose of presenting to the finan
ciers of the Old World the su
perior advantages of the South
ern Pacific railroad as a source
of investment, and counteract
ing the prejudices existing in
Europe against American railroad
interests."
Tax nation's jury ot newspa
papers baa found Captain Jack,
the Modoc, guilty, and con
demned him to death. They
want somebody to execute
their process.
Dr. Bowebs, Dentiut, ilcAr
timr.O.
mm
lira
Dy ANDREW J. GRAHAM.
itmioa iD rinuiuii,
&U1 Broadway, New York,
tq ih. wt vtem ol modern short ham1
Iwriiing. Ry its aid reporters are e tabled
m iinu rbitiia the aneeinea of the most
rapid bilkers. iih the grentest ease. It is a
ir.iniii a mi Hiv a. e isiiv itjiriir-i - .nj
the common branches, such a reading, writ
in, arithmetic 01 irsnimnr, and may bene-
mured bv any child tn it can rend common
i.nnt rn,hlv. Ita characters are aa ftxed
ami certain in their meanings, aa legible, as
philosophical, a beautiful a Ihose now in
common use, are more systematic, and more
rendu learned.
The great utility of Phonography is fully
conceded by teachers, ftudenla, l.usinesa and
professional men. Theiiemanu ror rnmof
rnphera is greater than the supply, and con
sihiiiIv increasing. It is a aure and east
stepping stone for a young man or woman to
iinni.di.is. nermanent an I resoectshie em
plovment, at salaries of from ll.SUi to f.1.noii
iier vesr. as reporters ior newspapers, uiu
und military eourts. Legislatures, llonven
lions, etc., or aa clerks in Ihe offices of rail
rn.il.. leleirniiha. lawvers. physicians, mer
chant and mauafacttiring houses, and in all
the liepiirtmenia of Ini National dorcrnmeni
ami a secretaries and amennaiaei. i u re i.
no Held or lalnr ao certainly remunerative,
and noimefiil nrt so eaiilv acquired.
To the Inwver in notina down testimony
and leferences, and in preparing HtHtdralt of
briersnnd oirer Kiwi pnpera ins invanniuia.
To tlieclergjman, in preparing his sermons,
to the putilio peaker in preparing a nis
course, lo any person hiving studies or cler
icnl duties it will save -u ner cent, of lime.
PtRKNTS, why not have your children
srn fhonograpny a uset'ii ami neiiuiiiui
art. a renning amusement, a tiniqe accom
uliah nent. In any vocation ol I fe It will re
tiny many limes IU cost in money tune nud
uiuur.
the mxn-nooK of staxdabi)
Oil A-iltKUAS I'HOJfOGUAl'lIV,
PHP.-.ENN EVRRV PRINCIPLE OF EV
ery style of the art commencing with the
nn-uvsis ot worus, anu proceeiunn m uie iiiwj,
rapid reporting styie-in such a form and
manner, with riich litllnesa of exphin ilion,
and comuleleness of illustration, and with
Hiii'h otl erfenlures as to fully adapt the worn
to the use r schools and lo sell-instruiition.
Price. ?: bv mail tl 411.
Mr. (iinliiiii is the author of a Phnnngrnnh-
lr Iictionarv, Renders, and other work, also
publisher ot a newap-iper called "inn mu.
uVnt'j jnurniil,'' devolea ta the advancement
ol Phonograptiy. Hend for a specimen niim
lr containing a lull description of the vnr
inns works o.i Phonngniphy which are pub
Imbed by him.
Address) ANPREW J. GRAHAM.
lifeb y3 Hrnndway, New York.
UNDER
the new postal law we are supplying (he pen
pie with our tine nickel white metal ware, of
triple eicciro stiver plate, post pain to any
part of the country dioct rrotn eur manufac
tory. Noliviliit:indlng a large adviuice In nickel
we still oiler Ihe goods, both plain and fancy
pntterns, atformer factory rates, and will mail
nu v quaulity al Vhese prices, on receipt of the
money.
Butler knife, .ickle fork, sugar apoon and
nankin turn, each t'l (h
Tea spoons and nut picks, halt dns.. b
liess.rt knives. lorks and spoons, half doa. 4 '
Table " " ' " " A On
Keplatlngof old ware in the best mnnner.at
one half of these prices.
we win man to any annress pnmnirrapii"
sn.l price lists or 'nitr rni; NIL,t.ll
PMTKBA.MI 1I111TANMA
COMMUNION SETS,
the manufacture ot which is a ipecinlty with
us.
It Is our privilege to refer to Ihe editors ol
all C'licinnn'i religious weeklies.
in wnnt paper mil you see our advertise
ment? .M AXMXU.KOBINSOX & CO.,
M Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31octH72 8t
WM. J. UAXXLLLS & CO.,
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
MAIN STREET.
McARTHUR, OHIO,
One door west of Dan. Will tC Brit.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Persons wishlntr to ourchase lands farms or
town Iota In Vinton o' adioining counties will
Hud tracts to suit them by calling.
Persons wishing to sell lands, larms or town
ots will have a good chance of doing so bi
leaving description, etc. in our hands.
WiYt. j. KANir.i,i,i a uu.,
oct28 Main Street, Mc Arthur, 0.
Dr. Duponco's Ooldcn
Pills.
They never fail, and may be depended upon
in every case where Ihe monthly flow liiu-
heen onstrticted thniiign cold or disease.
1 1 u H, ) .-s ut I i ,u L u t f 1 1, L3 al ways m ve un
nierliate rehe. A lady writes: "litiponco's
tiolden Pills relieved me in one day like mag
." i tie genuine are now put up in large
nite boxes containing double the quantity ol
pills, and upon each box you will find my
"Private U.:rt. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
stamp see the words liUPONCO'8 UOLDEN
i'illi, in wnne letters, wnnoui mat none
are genuine.
rt-niemuer the centime is in the white boxes
Full and explicit dirtctions accom nan v each
box. Price 81.00 per box, six boxes Jj.uu.
Hold by one drnitist in every town, villain.
city and hamlet throughout the world.
boi.j in WcArti.ur, U.,
By G. W. SIS SON. Drugrjiat.
Sole Aijent for Vinton County.
Bv sen.hnii him ll.on thrensh Ihe McArlhur
O., Post Oflice, can have the pills aent confi
dentially, by mail, to any part of the country
free of postage.
o. u. nu e, proprietor, new York.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL biMjW.
BEAUTIFUL SNOW,
BEADTIFITIj snow ANDOTHER POEMS.
AVw llbutnilnl CAHian. i. W. Watson authorot
"The Outcast." BeaHtinUii UWrunf. frotn oria
mnldaigia bf EJtcard L Jlenrf. Complete It
one large octavo volume, in uniform styb
with "The Outcast and Other Poems," beini
printed on the finest tinted plate paper, nn
bound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top
gilt aides and beveled boards, prioi Two Hoi
Inrs, or bound in green morocco clotn, will
gilt sides, and beveled boards, price Three
uounrs.
Afor hooitifor safe far all boohettcrt, or cos
in fit it will bt tent. jwW.jsiid, to any one, jier return o
mau, on any o re atMin. (As prtos nfittoih publUt
trt. T. B. PKTF.IWHN 4 BKi TH KRrf,
300 Chestnut Bt., Philadelphia, Pa.
6marl873
Agents Wanted.
For the great sensation of hvirienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
Dr. Dio Lewis' new work la sn immense
enccese. Haves money, worry, and precious
health, and shows how to live well and grow
fat on II a week. Agents are eoinintr money.
nd doinga world of nood with it. Thesarre
chances still open Delay not, but address at
once, K. HANNAKORL) CO., Publishers.
177 Weal Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. 6 mart
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Gallipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed to the cap.
iUU stoek of the O.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby requiied to make payment to the See
retary of the Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Gallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, lo Daniel Will, President of the
Vinton Connty Bank, at McsNhur, Ohio, oi
an installment ol five dollars on each share
ro subscribed, within tea days of tbil data.
Augo.l ID. 1871.
iWM.BHOBC.R.Sec'y
G.MA.ail.R,Co.
aw im.
Vinegar Enters are not u vile Fnncy
Jrlnlt, made ol Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof
JplrlUl and Refuse Liquors, doctored, eplccd,
uid sweetened to please the taste, called
'Tonica," "Appetizers," "Heatorera," Ac.
Ji.it lead the tippler on to drunkenness ana
tiitt, but are a true Medicine, made from the
latlre roots and herbs of California, free from
ill Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood Purifier and a Llfe-plviug Principle a
.'erfect Renovator and luvigorator of thoPys
in, carrying oil all poitouous matter and
ostoring the blood lo a healthy condition, cn
iching It, refreshing and Invigorating both
Bind and body. They arc easy of administrat
ion, prompt In their action, certain In their
results, safe and reliable In all forma of disease.
No rersnn rata take these Bitters ac
sordiug to Uircctluiia, and remain longun well,
jrovldcd their bouca arc not destroyed by
ulncral poison or other means, nnd the vital
rgans wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
"aln iu tlto Shoulders, Coughs, Tightnc ofthe
Chest, Dizziness, Sour F.ruclailons or thcStom
Ich, Had Taste in the Mouth.llillous Attacks.Pal
pitatlon ofthe Hcart.Inllnmiimtlou of the Lungs,
Pblnln the reglonsof the Kidncys.and a hundred
Mhor painful gvmptonis, are the offsprings of
tivspcpsis. In these complaints It has no equal,
uid one bottle will prove, a better piiamnlco of
,U merits than a lengthy advcrtlsctnent.
For Female Complaints, In young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
jr the turn of life, these Tonic liiitera display so
leaded an Intlucnco that ft marked Improve
ment U soon perceptible.
For Inllnininntory anil Chronle
flliciinintlsin uud Uout, Dyspepsia or Indi
gestion, llillims, Kcmlttent and Intermittent
Fevers, Discuses of the Illood, Liver, Kidneys and
bladder, these Hitter have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused by Vitiated lilood.whltli
is generally produced by Ueruugeuieut of the
Digestive organs.
They ore a Gentle Purgative aa well
as n Tonic, possessing also i lie peculiar merit
)f acting as a powerful agent In relieving Con
gestion or luilanitiintion oftho Liver and Vls
:cr:d Organs nnd 111 Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Kniptious, Tetter, Salt
Rliciini, blotches, Spots, l'iiiiplcs,Pustulcs,Uoil,
L'arbiincles.Rlng-wtirms, Scald-IIcad, Sore Kyeg
Urvslpelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of tho
Skin, lltiinora and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, ore literally dug tip
iiul carried out of the system in a short time by
the nse of these Hitters. One bottle in such cases
will convince the must lucrcdulutui of their cur
ative cifecla.
Cleanse the Vitiated Dlooil whenever
you Hud Ms Impurities bursting through tho
Ikln In rimplcs, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It
when you li in I it obstructed and sluggish In Ihe
veins ; cleanse It when It U foul ; your feelings
will tell vuii when. Keep tho blood pure, and
the health of the system will follow.
Grateful Tlionsniuls proclaim TlNFflAtl
BiTTKtts tho most wonderful Invigoraut luut
ever sustained the sinking system.
Plu, Tape, ami other Worms, lurking
In the system or many thousands, areeirec
lually destroyed ami removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist : There Is scarcely an Indi
vidual ou tho face of Ihccarth whose body Is ex
empt from the preseneo of worms. It Is not up
on the healthy elements of tho body Hint worms
exist, but upon ihe diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges,
no authelmitiitics, will free, tho system lioui
worms like these Hitlers.
Mechanical Ulscaacs. Persons: engaged
in Paluta nnd Minerals, such na Plumbers, Type
letters, liold-bcalcrs, and Miners, as they ad
vance In life, are subject to paralysis of tho
Bowels. To guard ngalnst this, take a doso of
Walk Hit's Viveiiah Iiittkks twice a week.
Bilious, Remittent, ami Intermit
tent Fevers, which arc bo prevalent In tho
valleysof our great rivers throughout ihe United
Stales, especially thiwe. of the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, llrazos, Rio (irnnde,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, and many others, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during
the Summer and A-utumn, and remarkably ao
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, nro
invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach nnd liver, and oilier ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There
Is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dit. J.
Wai.kku's ViNKdAti BiTTRits, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which Ihe bowels are loaded, at the same
time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and
generally restoring tho healthy functions of tiie
digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell
ings, L'lccrs, Erysipelas, Swelled neck, Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inilanimo
lluns, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup
tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc., etc. In these
aslna.l other constitutional Diseases, Wai.keii 'a
Vineuab Bittkiis Have shown their great cura
tive powers Id the most obstinate and Intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters act on all these cases in a miiilar
manner. By purifying the Wood they remove
Ihe cause, and by resolving away the effects of
the inflammation Mho tubercular deposits) the
arretted parts receive health, and a pcriuancDt
cure is eirectcd.
The properties of Drt. Walker's Vinegar
Bitteks are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, liudoritlc, Alterative,
and Antl-Ullioiis.
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
ties of Db. Walkeb's Viseoar Bittebs are
the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
wothiug properties protect the humors of the
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in
the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either
from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Fortify the body against disease by
purifying all Its fluids with Vinegar Bitteiis.
No epidemic, can take hold of a system thug
fore-armed.
Directions. Take of the Hitters on going
to bed at night from a half lo one anil one-half
wlne-glossfulL Eat good nourishing food, such
is beer-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
tnd vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are composed of purely vegetable iugre
lients, and contain no spirit.
it. h. Mcdonald & co
Druggists and Gen. Agts,, san Francisco, Cat.,
k cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N.Y.
SOLD BY ALL UIU'UUISIS & DEALERS.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR,
n$f Ten yours of n pnh
drC? lie teat litis proved Ur
Crook's Vi I ne or Tar Ic
hnvo more Merit than
any similar preparation
ever offered to the pull
lie. It is rich In the
medicinal qualities ol
Tar, nnd iineiitiiilcd foi
rmTTf 1L it. 11- uiwhimh i ini; i nrnni
7!ftS5?r n,ltl l'"K". performing
mttiZK- 11,0 1,''r IIKMAIIKAW.H
T JT-V curpH. II. VfcTFrTii.i.i.v
SUmW cun 811 '"Kh) and
JMiriSN 'olN. It has cured sc
Iiiuny ensos of Asjlhmn
nnd llroncliltiM, that II
litis been pronounced a
speclilo for these com
plnints. For 1'n i ii h In
tho Ilrcnst, kjlde ol
Hack. Gravel or Kid
ney llisriisie. Disease
Of the Urinary Orfcanw, Jaundice, oi
any Liver Complaint It hug no emiul
It Is also ft superior Ton e,
itchtore iiic Appetite,
fttrenirf hen. Hie NvMlein.
Restores the Weak nnd l) bllllatcil.
(anses Ihe t'oml to inmost.
Removes Dyapepiiiii nnd Indisrentioii.
I'revenlai Malarious Fevers,
Olves tone to your (system.
That Pale, Yellow, Sicilj-Iooilnff Skit
is cbniiL'i il to one or frcsbiipwi nnd health
Those niaenHesi of the frikln. I'implew
Pnatulea, Hlotehea and F.rnptlona an
removed. Krrofnla,lerofiiloii Olaenaet
of the Kyes, M hite Kwelling;, Vleerw
Old More or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle nnd disappear under Ita influence
In fact It will do yon more good, and curt
you morn speedily tlinn nny and all othel
preparations combined. TlitUltl It is na
ture's own restorer I A soluble oxyd of Iror
combined with the medicinal properties o
Poke Root dWestedofnll disagreeable qnul
Hies It will cure nny t'hronle or I.onsr
standing Ileae whose real or dlrco
cause la bad blood. IthenmalUm.Palni
in I.lmba or Bones, onatllntlona bro
heat down by Mercurial or other poisons
sre all cured by it. For fay nh 1 1 Is, or Myph
llille ta'nt. there Is uotlilim ennnl to It
A trial will prove it. AMi FOR PR
I'HOOK'N t'DMPOl'ND bVItlP Ol
POKE Koor.
W'g will furnish tbe Record and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at
13.50 per yeari
m
To Color Cotton Carpet Rags.
To color them green, to tive
pounds of cotton cloth take
one pouud of fustic and four
ounces of chip logwood; soak
in a brass kettle over night;
heat the dye, then add two
ounces of blue vitriol; wet the
cloth in suds. When the dye
is boiling hot put in the cloth.
For coloring led, for five
pounds ot goods, take one
pound of redwood, steep in
cold water over night; then let
it come to a boil, skim out t e
chips wring out the goods in
the dye, then add sufficient
muriate of tin to set tho color;
return the goods to the dye,
let them remain until colored
deep enough; color in brass or
tin.
A gentleman who had a
friendly conversation with the
President, says he intimated
that he had no intention of se
lecting a Chief -Justice from
the Judges now on the Su
preme Bench, but will at the
proper time appoint a man
who has not been an active
member of either of the exist
ing political parties.
TiiEy understand something
about the value of advertising
in New York. A correspond
ent states that one firm has
just settled a bill of $78,000
for one year's advertising, and
that the earnings resulting
from that advertisement were
$350,000, divided among four
persons.
The other dny an Irishman
with a vtry heavy trunk got
into an omnibus, and sat him
self down, and held the box on
his knees. The conductor
wanted (o take it from him;
but says Paddy, "Sure, -the
poor cratures of horses have
enough to drag along without
that, and I'll carry it meself."
Is Indiana associations are
being organized and money
raised, to oppose the enforce
ment of the temperance law oi
that State. The friends of the
law, however, are not idle, for
they are forming associations
and raising money to assist in
ihe execution of the law nnd
the maintenance of good ordtr
in the State.
A PoLiriCAL orator, speaking
of a certain General whom he
always admired, said he wns
always on tl) field of battle,
where bullets were the thick
est. "Where was that?" ask
ed one of the auditors. -In
the ammuition wagon,,f re
sponded another.
Two ministerial candidates
for a vacant pulpit, named Ad
am and Low, having to preat h
on the same Sunday, Low, wl o
preached in the morning, took
lor his text, "Adam, where art
thou?" In the evening Adam
gave bis return shot, by select
ing ior his text, "Lo, here am
I."
Almond Gordon, wife and
child, were tound murdered in
bed at Thorndike, ten miles
from Belfast, Maine, last
week. A brother of the
murdered man has been arrest
on bupicion. They quarreled
about a piece of property.
Thousands of people do not
know that by setting a glass
fruit jar on a folded towel, thor
oughly soaked in cold water,
the fruit can be poured in boil
ing hot, with no more danger
of breaking than with a tin
can. Cut this out and paste it
in your cupboard.
A lady, was urged by her
friends to marry a widower,
and as argument they spoke ot
his two beautiful children.
"Children," replied the lady,
"are like tooth-picks, a person
wants her own."
We notice that tbe "agricul
tural editor" of one of our ex
changes advises his readers to
plant peas "in the new of the
moon." We advise our readers
lo plant their peas in the
ground.
We should be as careful of
our words as of our actions,
and as far from speaking ill
as doing ill.
A German journal seriously
declares that all the great for
tunes in this country have
been made either by petroleum
wells or by the sale of patent
mediciues.
An insane man attending a
circus at llenderson, Ky, Fri
day afternoon, killed a baby
with a large club, and injured
a number of other persons,
some of them badly. In their
efforts to arrest him the police
shot him three times.
The Texas Pacific Railroad
company is to be the wealth
iest corporation in the world.
The State of Texas, which nev
er cpded i 1 3 lands to the Gen
eral Government, has granted
the company a tract 450 miles
long by 50 wide in all 36,000
square miles.
Ma. S., who has been in the
U-ing business for several
years, received last week a
neat "dun" colored card, with
Uncle Sam's name on the face,
and upon the back finds a fi
nancial problem:
"To avoid procooillnjrs tinploa.innt,
I wish you would ptty what is duo;
If you do you'll oblige nu nt present,
If you don't ihun I'll obliru you.
rerststeiitly yours,
B—& Co."
Tim Roman Catholic mission
founded for the conversion of the
Southern ncgroo is miking rap
id progress. There are at present,
says the Catholic Review, six
American students at the Col
lege of St. Joseph, at Mill Kill,
Middlesex, England, making the
preparatory studies for this mis
sion, besides five Englishmen,
six Irishmen, throe Gcrraans,two
Hollanders, and one Belgian.
Tiie origin of postal cards
dates from the Franco-I'rus
sian war. The difficulty of sol
diers in securing pens and pa
per upon which to write home
induced the German authori
ties to issue bits ot pasteboard
to the soldiers for the purpose,
and they were largely availed
of, the messages being written
in pencil. Their use was con
tinued thereafter in time ol
peace, and has since been
alopted in England and the
United States.
Holloway's Ointment.
Ihe slightest danger is
incurred in the rapid cure ol
I ilea by this preparation. It
never "drives in" inflammation
or "suppreise8" irritation; but
annihilates them to the verv
rools. Sold 7S Maiden Lane,
N. Y. Price 25 els. per box.
Ask for new style ; the old is
counterfeited.
What is Dermador?
It is a compound word from
Derma, the skin, and Doron,
gilt, signifying the giving or
restitution of a sound skin.
Prof. Anderson being a scien
tific man invented this word as
the best illustration cf the use
of his wonderful liniment, and
evidently no word can be
found ol equal significance.
See advertisement in this
paper.
Wilhoft's Great Chill Cure.
The unfailing ever faithful
friend of the unfortunate who
are a filleted with chills, fevers,
agues, enlarged or engorged
spleen, sun pains and the
dreadlul frightful congestive
chills that takes its victim in
the 6horl space of an hour or
two. Wilhoft's Tonic is the
cure for this, for these and for
all diseases that have their or
igin from miasmatic poison in
Ihe atmosphere you breathe.
This tonic contains no poi
son, no arsenic, no mercury, no
quinine, nor any deleterious
drug. It is as equally safe for
every age, and leaves no rack
ing pains in the limbs nor split
ting pains in the head; but the
renovated patient gets up a
new man, and knows that he is
whole once more. Just trv it,
and you will be convinced.
Adveetisino reminds nennln nf
things they had been wanting all
wong, out naa iorgotten an arjout
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicuthe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may lie
made as large as life from the tiniest
Ifcket picture, and made in everv wnv
satisfactory by careful and judieiou
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, p:i
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
stances.
A A
V Y
EE
R
T T
I In
E E
If You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a pinno,
Want to sell n cnrtlage,
Want to buy orsell a farm,
Want a boarding place,
Want to sell tow n property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets.
Want to And customers for anything,
ADVERTISE.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets conlldeiice,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
AdverUse or 'bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Advertise
2STOW.
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominentli rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Mewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it toas
good for him in adversity, fa
could make it still better in pros
pcrity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Homo merchants say it is not worth
while co advertise; for no person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prolii
liy its suggestion, if he has anything to
nfler Wnrth advertising, ilov? much
mere then will those read them who
aro not so largely supplied with rend,
ing matter, are at leisure, in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper fur
their local news, the must iirportam
item ef which is where they can fiml
just what they want when they come to
town to make, their purchases. II youi
slock is so old, rusty, dusty and out ol
style that it is worthless, or if it It run
down so that you have nothing left thai
people would wint, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. Hut if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people- want,
don't hide them, but publish to tin
world that you have them, and want
to sell them ut a fair price
An advertisement published for a sin
glo day does duty beyond that dm
and its effect continues in a p rente i
ratio than ntoi-t men imagine. In the
end it will mako a man's mime a per
inanent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men unti
it becomes moro valuable than an
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trusi
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, Knowing that every one will read
the advertisement Hut you will plini
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you are los
ing by not advertising tKiporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisement
are not real by tho public wish to be
convinced nf their error, just let them
tive publicity to somo matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner nf n
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Adverttier't
Gazette.
Advkrtisino Is apt to give its tha'
gentle jog ol conscience which tells m
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhnps it would bo a good plan for
Mndnme to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say chat adver
tising will not yet civilise the world!
Ex.
Why do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To seo if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is Belling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satisfy curiosty. Kecause they
have read nil the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
lieciiusft they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio Slate Journal
TnB power of priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advhjto'e
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising. l!ut
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capaoity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. Hut there is some
thing in the silent language, the quitt
assertion and the sense of 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 hy a persevering use of
the printing presses learn to adver
use, and then the "how, when and
where" ol it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having.
V
Buj your
hoots and
rihnesof I.W.
WU.iM, st
Hum ln, who
msnufu-tiire
sn I 'trials ex
elmively i n
tiioiesrtisles.
8oisl at
tention given
to rina osu
toots.
. .rs txr.
KEARNEY'S
'ft.
Vonnwl will
UK.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tho only Known liemecly for Brhrht's Dis
es'o and lias cured every cno of lilnhelis In
which It has been (.-iven, Irrltutlnn of the Neck
of the Kindlier nnd Inllainniulion of thu Kidneys,
Ulceration of tlm Kidneys and Madder, K-leo-tlon
of Urine, Discuses of the 1'riwlulo (.land,
Btonc in tliu lllndilcr, Umvcl. llrlck Dust Deponit,
nnd Mucous or Milky Ilisehnrffes, and for fcu
feehled mid IVIIcatoConHtitutiuiisuf both Sexes,
attended with the fiillowintf symptoms: LofS
of Power, Liws of Memory, Difficulty of Breath
ing Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, loin In tho
Buck, Kliinhiiiiif Ihe Ilmly, Eruption on tho Face,
Pallid Countenance, Lnssiiudmif: thu System, etc.
Used by perwius ill tho decline or chonijo of
life; after conlluenieut or labor pains, bed-wct-tinfj
in children, etc.
In many aftVrtliins peculiar to Indies, the Ex
tract Bnelm is iineqiiiiled by any other remedy
As In Chlorosis or Itetcnlion, Irregularity, Pain
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Scliirrus sliilo of thu Uterus, l,cu
corrhtett or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints Incident to thu sex. it Is prescribed
extensively by tho most eminent Physicians anil
Midwivcs for enfeebled nnd delicate constitu
tions of both sexes and all a'es. i
KEAIINEI'9 EXTlt.VCT BVCJiV,
Ctirti l)a$tt Aihlnrj from Imprvtltnca,
n;biu of liMpnttan. Etc., In all their stages, at
liltlo expense, little or no changn in diet, no In
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and plves strength to nrlnnte.
thereby removing Obstructions, Treventinif and
Curing Ml ricturca of tho Urethra. Allaying Pain
nnd Inflammation, so frequent In this class of dis
eases, andexpclling all poisonous matter.
KEIKNEY'S EXTIIACT BUCHf.',
(1.00 per bottlo or six bottles for (!i.00, delivered
to any address, seciuo from observation. Bold hy
driiL-gists everywhere. Prepared by
KEARNEY A CO., 104 Duan St.N. T.
to whom all letters f ' "'.formutiou should bn
addressed.
AVOID QUACKS MiiD IMPOSTS.
Ho Chargfl for Advice and Ouniultr.tica.
Dr. J. n liinll. Orstliiutc of . Iffnnm M'di'nt
Cotlnit. Philadelphia, author of several valunblo
works, can bu consulted on a!l diseases of tho
Sexiinl or Urinary Orpins, (which hj ban mudo
an especial study), either in nialo er female ni
matter from what cause. ori'.'IniitiiiL', i r of hour
long standing. A practice of SO years enables)
lilnt to treat diseases with success. Cures cuiir
nnteid. Charges rensminl le. Tlioso at a ilia
tunco can forward letter describing lyiuptoms,
and enclosing stamp to prepay (milage. Q
bend for thu iiuult In tim.iU. Price in cent.
J. ii. DiOT'l'. M. I., Physician and burgeon,
Mt'uiuo iiu.Mcw York.
fcii-.- -
dermador:
nAA stV- r.,n t .a ...
wvi ivi i'Atmaas muuuuiiiiuuOD OT mil
kinds, Diphtheria, Wonnda, Bruises, Burnt.
a.-1iwiuB, juicuitiaiioiu, ouni luroau Dwell in fir or
v.u.iuo, iiiiiaiuitiatiuii U lljtj EiJVO. DTUHCIl
Breailt. Frnat Tt tia rMlhlnln U;i T c.i
iV 7, wttiuw, a uvn, ttW ObiUKO-
and all Sores.
Good for Itenftt. Fresh Wounds, Galls,
roll Evil, Sprains, Bruises, Cracked Heels, Kitiif.
Bone, Wind Galls, Spavins. Sweeney, Founder,
Uauge, llorso Distemper.
ThMtrnlr wonderful Llntmentwas
discovered by IIOMEK ANDERSON, A.M., lata
.vivoov. ui vinuuou; tun JHNincimuica in ma
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County, N.Y.
cf--iiiii;ijitug lur u i u purpura ui niAJElDfr
Piussic Acid, by uniting tbe independent gaseous
bodies of which it is composed, a residuum was
flamed parts, by thostudentsof tho Institute, was
fitnnri in nnOQnu. At,. I-1 . ' .
awuuu iu lArocro mu icumriLuuiu propeny ui cool
Ing down and carrying oft the inflammation and
nrpnosui nt nnra and Mslnrlnn ihA i
ness and health in a few hoars without paia or
aj. t lutuuui
It l not a hestlns Mnlment, bnt
pets by Its pecnliar siwciflc or chemical qualities)
In dissolving and scattering the soreness and In
flammation of the Injured part. By free ap
plication, the red surface soon becomes cool,
moist and natural, and Is restored to natural
wwiui wuuuut suppuration oraestnicuon.
As S l.lnlmanl f.p TW.m ml. .
.... Mav.w riv.uiiur
the cure of all the ailments named above, wa
chaUonge tho world to find ita canal.
Price 25 Sc. 50 cents per bottle.
D. EAESOM, BOH k (XX, Propi'i
u , , , , BUFFALO, N. x.
Bee notice in local column.
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AOKJIT ervhere tn sell onr new and
Mf AW i tn to sell our new an4 novel em
bionleniis ms'-hin". .end tor illii-irairi ir.
enlsr. tolha Hi-Kee Mannfacturini Company.
09 froadway, New Tork. Jrojam

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