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THE VINTON RECORD.
MoAUimJH, OHIO,
TIIUKSDAY. JULY 10, 1873.
M. & C. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, Mar nth, 1873, tram"
will ran as lollovrs: Nji- 3, 4, ftotl
run .txily; nil other train dnily.Suulajs excepted.
GOING EAST.
No. S. Ne. 3. -
a. .,.. Pi I. Ki. Fust I.. Cm. tx
Cincinnati.. -...in 3m
L'hiliiculhe i lm
fcu-hUn.l Fur.. 3 tilr.in
rlmiKlrn - 3 I7n
MeAeriii. 3 i-im
Vinlou 3 :i7nin
Ealeski... 3 tiara
Hon Kiimnee.... 3 5tra
(I uin
1 minm 7 UoHin
ft unpm 11 4""m
5 K,,m 12 lipm
A iiun
11 ft-ipm
o llpm
si pin
t.im
n :i'.tpm
1 UStim
1 lttpm
1 pm
1 3pm
4 itupin
IWpill
GOING WEST.
No..
Cm. Ex
No i. No 4.
ftations. Fust I.. Bt.l.Kx
Parkersrurg ....... a mum
Hope r'uruuee W S-.'nin
li ()pm 1 Upm
J fill) in l wain
1 loam
1 17j.ni
7.:l.-IEl 11 "Jllll
3 01 pi
fin'.on .... 11 I'Mm 3 lupin
Mc.vtTHC Il iKin aipm
Ham-ten ....11 3nnm J I'
Viclilnn.1 Fur.... U 4m 3 lim
Chillieo(lie....-..IS Mpm 4 4-nun
rim-inni.ll 4 Wpm 'P
1 2lm
1 32x11)
I 4 "wm
g 4 Sum
0 Ztiam
NO. 1 wilt ston between Cincinnati anil Hln
Chester. Kl 0. A 3. Junction and Lovehiml oil
ly; mt ol HLnehe-ter it w;ll Hop al ail st,
tionn exce nt Former', Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral, New KnuUml. BiK ". Culler. Lit
tie noekin. FieimnV, and Tunnel. Nil. J
will stop on Western Division at C B.
Junct on, LxeUnil and ircniiHell only; on
Koatero Division at Hamden, MeVrth iir,
Ealeaki, and all tai Ions east ol Athens. Tim
tmin will hIo stop at King's. Ineh'tm. '"n;
villesnd Mineral City on signal. NOS.S .
6 will stop nl A d. Jimulion, l.oveliiuil,
(irwnlield, Chillrnthe, llnnulen, Allien, anil
Scott's Landing only. NO. 2 will mnkei.ll Hie
ktnp between Parkerclmrg and Bliineliesti r,
except Tunnel. Flemings, Lime llockinu,
Mineral t:y, King's. Ingham mlon riir
nc sort Farmers'! between Munenester and
Cinmnnati, at LoveUn.l. C. A . Junction snd
Ctimminsvilleoiily. NO. 4 will stop at Bel
pre, Vincent's, New England, all stations be
tween Alliens nn.l Hiimiirn, n.l was I of Hnm
ilen, t rliillicolhe, (irf-eiitielil, Lovelitn.l,
Midisonville, C. A S. Ji'ncUon anaCuiniint
Tille. '
MARETTA AND ZALESKI
ACCOMODATION.
The Prker.ihuru, Mnnettn nnd Zileski Ac
coininoiliilion leaven Zileski nt 0 Ma. m.,
nrnvniK nl i'mk. rshuix hi 0 30 . m i re.
tin mute lenves I'urk-rsbiirn .t iliiH.M.
i-nvinu at Z .leski nt 0 60 P. M. Tin train
ZALESKI FREIGHT
('hillii'ollieal 'n. in ! Rnvsville 7 V; Rich
liiul Fi.rufli-e, 8 -"; llamden, nrrive 8 3
depart U ii; Mi-Arthur, 9 am Vinton, 10 OS,
Z;ileski lW. 4oin west ZaleKi,4 00 p. m i
Vinton 4 an, McAithor mi; llnmden, arrive
C 30 dp.-irt u m; Uirldanil Furnace, I) 30;
Ravsville, 7 00; Chilltcotlie. g 31. .
Traina on Ihe -(iK ISMUUJH BRANCH
will leave Hamden at 6 1i a.m. and3 4ip.ni
arrivinn alPortsmouih at 11 io a m.and I) 46p,
m. Returninntriiins arill leave Portsmouth at
8 IS a. m, aim 11 : p. m ., arriving at Ham
den at 11 13 a. m. nnd 6 4.1 p. m.
Trama connect a: Loveland for all pointi on
the Little Miami Railroad, and at Ihe Indianap
olia and Cincinnati Railrond Juncti n for all
points West; nl Athens, with the Columbus
with the 11. a
W. PEABODY.
Ocnenil Superintendent.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHAELE3 . BAMETT, Proprietor
ftT ILL run rejztnarly to McArlhur Station
V to meet nil trains.
Hack leavea McArlhur post office nl 10
o'clock, A. M-, to meet Fast Line West; at
1-2 M. to meet the Cinciiinaii Exp esa going
eist; al o'clock P. M., lo meet the St. Louis
Express goinu west; al 5 P. M. for Fast Line
east. Will meet the I'arkerahur, Marietta
and ZUe.Iti Accnmmodatioa on application
io person or by letter.
ordera left nt ihe post office, McArlhur, er
Jjundus, prJUiplly ntlrndeillo.
Itanif CHARLES W. BARNETT,
ilkesvelle'and hamdeh
HACKLINE.
IWlLTi run hack from Wilkesville to
Hiimilen and return every Monday, Wednea
J:iv and Friday, for Ihe accommodation of
Dassenxers inakinx closeconne!iion with Ihe
,h. h c MM 1 wil In so
Ull.il u.i,in w,i ,," it. v. --- - -
carry expresa packages ehippeil lo or from
those points by the Adams ExPJ'"" 'j0-
1H1IIS r,'irr- .f.
ISAAC W. MILLER.
Hamden, Wilke.iville and Middleport
HACKLINE.
UAVINO the contract for carrying the mail
between the above points I will be able to
furnish conveyance for passengers anil thcii
baxxaxe to and from said points on the follow
inxdoys: From Wilkesville to Hamden and
back on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays;
nnd from Wilkesville to Middleport, Meigs
Co.andb.ick on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
fcaturd..). IOHN LEVIS.
SCALES FOR SALE.
"FAT RBANK'8
STOCK and Ore Scales as good as new, for
sale at very low price. Call on
novll H.C.J0NE3 Attorney.
Tub people of Foit Scott,
Kansaa, are in deep distress.
Recently there arrived in the
town, on its way to Boston)
and intended for a museum
there, an immense collection
of Texas tarantulas, centipedes
scorpions, arid horned frogs.
By accident the case was bro
ken up,, and the agreeable
creatures are now domiciled at
Fort Scott, where they are like
ly to increase and multiply,
not in the least to the comfort
of the Fort Scotchmen.
Tins is fiom an Indiana pa
per: "Some boys dropped an
anvil weighing two hundred
pounds out of a fourth story
window on the head of a ne
gro who was passing, and he
had them arrested, lie said
he was willing to let the boys
have fun, but when they jam
med a jemmen's hat down over
his eyes and spoiled it in that
way, the law must take its
course.
A French nobleman, who
had been satirized by Voltaire,
meeting the poet soon after,
Rave him a hearty drubbing.
The poet immediately flew to
the Duke of Orleans, told him
how he had been used, and
begged he would do bim jus
tice. "Sir," replied the Duke,
with a significant smile, "it has
been done you already!"
Willful waste
ful want.
brings woe-
The cardinals have dwindled
to 44. "
Si
Finn
I
Dy ANDREW J. CRAHAM.
lOTNOt AD rtlLIIUl,
561 Broadway, New York,
IS Ihe beat aystem of modern short hand
wrttinx. By its aid reporters are tabled
lo write verbUim the speeohes of the most
rapid talkers, wilh the xrealest ease. It is a
branch of study a easilv learned an any ol
the common branches, aiich rendinx, writ
ing, arithmetic oi grammar, and may beac
.liiire.1 bv any chill mat can read common
print readily, lie characters are as fixed
ano certain in Iheir meaninx". s legible, as
philosnp hical, as beaulifiil a those now in
common use, are more systematic, and more
readily learned. , ,
The ureal utility of Phonography is fully
conceded !r teacher, students, business and
professional men. Thedemnnd for Phino
raphera is greater than Ihe supply, and con
awnllv increasinx. It is a sure snd easy
stepping stone for yun man or woman to
immediate, permanent an I respectable em
plovment, at salaries of from ll,5U to 3,il
pervesr, as reportera for newspapers, civil
and military eourts, Leirislnliirea, Conver.
lions, etc., or na clerks in Ihe orrlces of rail
roads, telegraphs, lawyers, physicians, mer
chant ami manufacturing houses, and in all
the Pepariinenn of tn National Uovernmeni
and as secretaries and ameniisises. Tht re is
no field of labor so certainly remunerative,
and no uneful art so easily acquired.
To Ihe lawyer in noting down teatimonv
nnd iefereni-es, and in preparing Btst dralt ol
briefsand olrer legal papers it is invaluable.
To the clergyman, in preparing his sermons,
lo the pnblio speaker in preparing dis
course, lo any person havingstudie" or cler
ical duties it will save -0 per cent, of time.
Pt RENTS, why not have your children
'earn Phonography a userol and beautiful
art. a rertning amusement, a union accom
plish nent. In any vocaiion ol I fe It will re
pay many times Us cost in money time and
labor.
the rnxn-nooK of st .4 Jin Ann
OK A iit KICAN tIIONOUBAPHV,
PRESENTS EVKRV PRINCIPLE OK EV
ery style of the art commencing with Ihe
an'ilvsis of words, nnd proceeding to 'he mosi
rapid reporting style-in such a form and
manner, with rncli lullnessof explanation,
and completeness of illustration, and wilh
such oil erfealiirea as to fully adapt the worn
to the uieofnehoeis nt'l to sell-untrwlioo.
Pnce. Hi by mail 12.20.
Mr. Uiahsm is the author of Phonograph
ic luctionnrv, Readers, and oilier work, also
publisher oi a newspaper called "The Stu
dent's Journal.'' devoleil to the advancement
ol Phonography. Hend for a specimen num.
her containing a full description of the var
ious works o.) Phonography which nre pub
"Ah;?rebJ.i'n- ANPREW J. GRAHAM.
Tel 5isl Broadway, New ork.
UNDER
the new postal law we are supplying the peo
ple wiih our Hne nickel while metal ware, ol
triple electro-silver plate, post-paid to any
part of the country abject from our manufactory-
. , . .
Notwithstanding a large advance In nickel
we still orler Ihe goods, both plain and fancy
-. r...mu mIuj .ml m.,11 mull
paiierilS, HIIUI HIT, iiiif,j ,n. "...
anv quantity at these prices, on receipt of the
Butter knife, t.l-kle fork, sugar spoon and
i. .. .h il !
Tea spoons and nut picks, hall do. '
llesstrlKmvesjorHS anu pi,u'ioiiiiu u..
Tahle " 01
Repihtingnf old ware in the best manner.ai
one halfof these prices.
We will mail to any address phntograpli
and price lists of Voir FINK ML4ER
PL.VTI D AXD 11HITA.MA
COMMUNION SETS,
the manufacture of which is a specialty with
us.
It is our privilege to refer to Ihe editors ol
all Cincinnati religious weeklies.
In what paper uid you see our Advertise
ment? JIAJiXIJiG.KOniJiSOjr 6V CO.,
M Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31oclH72 nt
lTJIi J.RAXXELLS& CO.,
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
MAIN STREET.
McARTHUR, OHIO,
One door west of Dan. Will & Bro".
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Persons wishing lo purchase lands farms or
town lots in Vintnn o' s iioining counties will
tind tracls to suit Ihem by culling.
Persons wishing to sell lands farms or town
lots will have a good chance of doing so b)
leaving descriplinn, etc. in our hands.
WM.i. RANNELLJ A CO.,
oct28 Main Street, McArlhur, O.
Dr. Duponco'8 O'olden
Fills.
They never fail, and may be depended upon
in every case where the monthly flow ha
been obstructed through cold or disease.
DL'PONCti'S HOLDKN PILLS always xive im
mediate relie. A lady writes: "Duponco's
Golden Pills relieved me in one day like mag
ic." The genuine are now put up in large
wnite boxes containing double the ouantiiy ol
pills, and upon each box you will Had my
"Private U.:H. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
slsmp see the words bCPONCO'8 GULDEN
PILLS, in white letters, without that none
are genuine.
Remember the genuine la In the white boxes
full and explicit directions accompany each
box. Price ll.iH) per box, aix boxes I5.U9.
Hold by one druggist in every town, village,
citvand hamlet throughout the world.
Bold in McArti.ur, O.,
l)y 0. W. SISSON. Druggist.
Sole Agent for Vinton County.
By sending him 11.0ft threngh the McArlhur
O.. Post Office, can have the pills aent confi
dentially, by mail, to any part of the country,
free orposlage.
8. 1). HOWE, Proprietor, Newlork.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNOW.
BE AUTlfUL SNOW.
BEAUTIFUL RNOW ANDOTHER POEMS.
A'-ro llliutmted billion. J. W. Watson, author ol
"The OlltCRt." Btantinllt Wutlrttlvf.romoriy
imltleiiym 6y Edieard L. Henry. Complete in
one large octavo volume, in uniform styl.
with "The Outcast and Other Poems," beinir
printed on the finest tinted plate paper, an"
bound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top.
gilt sides and beveled boards, pries Two t)ol
lnrs, or bound in green morocco clotn, with
gilt sides, and beveled boards, price Three
Dollars.
Alom boollt fiw taUbif alt booheUert. or top
iet of U wilt be tent, pod-paid, to any one. per return oj
mail, on anp one re Hilling the price of it to Ike pnbluk
en. T. B. PETERSON BROTHERS,
30ti Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
0marl873
Agents Wanted.
For the great sensation of hygieni c litera
ture, our digestion; or,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
Dr. Dio Lewis' new work is an immense
success. Save money, worry, and precious
health, and shows how to live well and grow
fat on II a week. Agents are coining money,
and doing a world of good with I'. The sarre
chances still open lielay not, but address at
once, (. HANNAKORD A CO, Publishers.
177 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. 6mar3
riii
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed to the cap.
ital stoek ol the a.. McA. A 0. R. R. are
hereby requiied to make payment to the Sec
retary of Ihe Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Galliuolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to Daniel Will. President of the
Vinton County Bank, at McArlhur, Ohio, of
an installment ol nve dollars on eacn snare
so subscribed, within tea days of this date.
AuguntlO, 1871.
iWM.SHOBER.Sec'y
G, McA. A C. R. B.Co.
dec 9 1871.
Vlaegar Diners are not a Tils Fancy
Jrlnk, made ol Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof
Spirit and Refuge Liquors, doctored, spiced,
ind sweetened to please the taste, called
'Tonics," "Appetizers,1' "Restorers," Ac,
iat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
uln, but are a true Medicine, made from the
tatlve roots and herbs of California, free from
ill Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Oreal
Blood Purifier snd a Llfe-glvlng Principle, a
Perfect Renovator and Invlgorutor of the 8y
in, carrying off all poisonous matter and
estoring the blood to a healthy condition, en.
Idling It, refreshing and Invigorating both
Bind and body. They are easy of adminlstra
Ion, prompt In their action, certain in their
results, safe and reliable In all forms of disease.
No Person e take these Bitters ac
jonllng to directions, and remain longun well,
rovlded their bones are not destroyed by
iilneral poison or other means, and the vital
rgana wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Pain in Hie Shoulders, Coughs, TiKhtnese of ihe
Chest, Plizlneaa, Sour Eructations of theStom
ich.Bad Taste In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks,Pal
sitation of the Heart,Inaammatiouof the Lungs,
Kin In the regions of ihe Kldneys.and a hundred
jther painful symptoms, are the oBsprings of
Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has unequal,
ind one bottle will prove a better guarantee of
,ts merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, In young or Old,
married or single, at the dawn of woniuuhood,
r the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
leclded an Influence that a marked Improve
ment Is soon perceptible.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism and (lout, Dyspepsia or Ind!
tcsiiun, Bilious, Kemittent and Intermittent
Fevers, Diseases of the Ulood.Llver.Kidneys and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful
Such Diseases are caused by VltlatedBlood.whlcn
Is generally produced by derangement of the
Digestive Organs.
They are a Uentle Purgative as welt
as a I onic, possessing also the peculiar merit
jfucilug as a powerful agent lu relieving Con.
jcatlon or Iuilainimuloa of the Liver and Vis
:ertil Organs and In Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Boils,
Carbuncles,Ring.worms, 8c:ild-Ilcad, Sore Eyes
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Illscoloratlons of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
ind carried out of the system in a short lime by
Ihe use of these Bitters. One bottle lu such coses
will convince the most incredulous of their cur
stive elfccts.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever
yon And its impurities bursting through the
skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse It
when you dud It obstructed and sluggish In the
veins ; cleanse it when it Is foul ; your feelings
will tell you when. Keep Ihe blood pure, and
the healih of the system will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim YlNEOAR
Bittkiis the most wonderful Iuvlgoroal that
ever sustained the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, anil other Worms, Inrklng
In the system of so many thousands, are effec
tually destroyed and removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist : There is scarcely an indi
vidual on the face of Ihe earth whose body is ex
empt from Ihe presence of worms. It is not up
on the healthy elements of the body that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges,
no authelniinitlcs, will free the system from
worms like these Bitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged
In Puints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Cold-beaters, and Miners, as they ad
vance in life, are subject to paralysis of the
Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of
Wai.ikr's Vinegar Hitters twice a week.
Bilious, Remittent, and Intermit
tent Fevers, which are so prevalent In the
vallcysof our great rivers throughout the United
Stales, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Rounoke,
James, and many others, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during
Ihe Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, are
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, aud other 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 Dk. 1,
Wai.kkk's Vinegar Bitters, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which ihe bowels are loaded, at the same
time stimulating the sccrellons of the liver, and
generally restoring the healthy functions of the
digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell
ings, l lcers. Erysipelas, Swelled neck, (Joitre,
Scrofulous Inilatuniatlons, Indolent Inflamma
tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup
tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc, etc. In these
as in another constitutional Diseases, Walker's
Vineuar IliTTKiia have shown their great cura
tive powers iu the most obstinate and Intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters act on all these cases In a similar
manner. By purifying the Blood they remove
the cause, and by resolving away the effects of
the Inflammation the tubercular deposits) the
affected parts receive health, and a permanent
cure is effected.
The properties of DR. WAI.IFR'S VlNEOAR
Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, ?'itritious. Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, iiudoriflc, Alterative,
and Antl-Bllious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
ties of Dr. Walier's Vinfoar Bitters are
the best safe-guard in cases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
soothing 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, eta
Fortify the body agnlnst disease by
Ratifying all its fluids with Vineoar Bitters.
o epidemic can take hold of a system thus
fore-armed.
Directions. Take of the Hitters on going
to bed at night from a half to one and one-half
wine-glassfulL Eat good nourishing food, such
as beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
ind vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are composed of purely vegetable ingre
llents, and coutain no spirit.
ii. h. Mcdonald & co.,
Druggists and Oen. Agts., Sun Francisco, Cal.,
ft cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DBUUtilSTS A DEALERS.
DILCEOOK'S 1VINE OF TAR.
Ten years of a nnb
lie tet has proved lr
Crook's Wine .f Tnr tc
hove more merit than
any similar preparation
ever otlered to tliu pnb
lio. It Is rich In the
medicinal qualities ol
Tnr, and uneqiiiili-d foi
n iffT'r'Ti , r. diseases oi me nroni
nWUMSSZ nnd s."K. performing
1 jSKiSTr the most hkmakkahi.h
cures all Coughs mid
Colriaj. It linx cured sc
ninny coses of Aathinn
and Bronchitis, thut II
fans been pronounced a
specillo for these com-
f'liiliits. For Pnlns) in
lie llreaHt, Nitle oi
Bnek, J ravel or Kid
ney Dittenae, IliHense
Of the I'rlnary Or(ans), Jaundice, oi
any Liver Complaint it Iiiih uo euuul
It Is aviso superior Ton e,
ItoHlorea the Appetite,
Strengthens the Nyatem.
B colore the Weak and Debilitated.
Cannes Ihe Food to IHicent,
Bemoves Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Prevents Malarious Fevers.
Gives tone to your fcystein.
That Pale, Yellow. Sicfy-Loctlnff Skit
la chnneed to one of freshness and health
Those Diseases of the Shin, Pimples
Pnstules, Blotches and Eruption an
removed. Nrrofnla,ierofnlous Diseases
of the Eyes, White Swell Ins:, Uleers.
Old Korea or any kind of Humor rnpidl)
dwindle nnd disappear nnder Its Influence
In fact it will do you more good, and curt
you more speedily than nny snd nil othei
Preparations combined. WluitUltl It lana
ure's own restorer ! A soluble oxyd of Itm
combined with the medinlnsJ properties a
Poke Root d I vested of al I disagreeable quul
Itlea It will cure any Chronic or Longr
Btandlnsr Disease whose rent or dlrecr
eauselsbad blood. Rheumatism, PrIiii
In I.lmbs or Bones,Conalitatlons bro
ken down by Mercurial or other poisons
are all cured by It. ForSyphlHs,or Syph
ilitic taint, there Is nothing eqnnl to It
A trial will prove It. ASK FOR PR
CROOK'N COMPOUND S If KIP Ol
POatK BOOT.
4l
Wb will furnish the Beoord and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at
(3.50 per year.
How "Greenback Paper" is
Made.
the paper money
issued by the Government is
manufactured on a 62-inch
Fourdnnier machine, at the
Glen Mills, near Westchester,
fa. bliort pieces of red silk
are tmixed without passing
throueu any screens, which
might retain the silk threads.
By an arrangement abore the
wire-cloth a shower of short
pieces of fine blue silk thread
is dropped in streaks upon the
paper while it is being lormeu.
Ihe upper side, on which the
blue silk is dropped, is the one
used for the face of the notes
and that from the manner in
which they are applied, must
show them more distinctly than
the lower or reverse side, al
though they are imbedded
deeply enough to remain fixed.
The mill is guarded day and
night to prevent trie abstrac
tion ol any paper.
The great question that agi
tates the intestines of the
Democrat party is whether it
will stand the better chance
to come into power by pro
nouncing itself dead, or de
claring itself quick. The pat
riotic leaders of the party are
either dead or alive, when ful
ly persuaded in their own
minds which will be best for
it s restoration. This question
divides the party, and expends
its flickering energies. So far
as we Lave observed, the di
vision in their views is about
even. About one half of the
force of expansion is positive
in the affirmation that the only
way to restore the Democrat
party to life is to proclaim it
dead and buried. The other
half afirms as positively that il
it shall thus be pronounced
dead and buried there will be
no hope of recusitation. So
the thing stands. The disa
greement is the more to be la
mented because both sides are
animated by the same purpose,
tie restoration of the Demo
crat party to the control of the
Cincinnati
Gazette.
Wood's Household Magazine
for July is ahead of any pre
vious number, and when we
consider its usual standard ex
cellence, this is rare praise in
deed. It is household, not only
in name but in character, and
its table of contents shows a
wonderful adaptation of ar
ticles lo the individual mem
bers of the family circle.
"Sim's Little Girl," a temper
ance story by Mary Uartwell
' Weather lough Block," by
Larl Kase, "How The Voy was
Kept," by U. V. Osborne, "Lu
natics at Large," by Rev. F. W.
Holland, and "The Declaration
ol Independence," by J. B.
Wakeley, D. D., are among the
more noticeable articles. The
Children'sDepartraent is crowd
ed full, and contains a poem,
in baby-talk, which without
doubt, will be very acceptable
to the little ones. The price
of the magazine is one dollar
a year. Address, Wood
Household Magazine.
The census returns show
that between 1850 and I860,
under a revenue tariff, the in
crease in the number ot manu
facturing establishments was
nine per cent., while between
1865 and 1870, under protec
tion, the increase was at the
rate of ninety-four per cent.
This is a very 6trong argument
against Free Trade. Our re
ports oi steam engines, stoves,
machinery ,nails and other man
ulautnres of iron and steel, not
including either pig or bar iror,
exceeded $10,000,000 in 1872,
and when our export of pig
reaches $100,000,000 it is be
lieved the export of the high
er grades of manufacture will
not be far behind.
The way to grow strong in
Christ is to become weak in
yourself. God poureth no pow
ers into man's heart till man's
power is all poured out. The
Christian's life is one of daily
dependence on the grace and
strength ot God.
OAKE3 AMS left 11,000,000.
Sxill another North Pole ex
pedition has started for the
ice-grave. It promises better
than most of them, however
Irom the fact that it is a pri
vate undertaking, backed by
ample means, but unfettered
by official formality and mis
management. Mr. Leigh Smith'
a wealthy English explorer, i
the originator, and commands
in person, assisted by an ex
cellent corps of scientists and
sea officers. The expedition lett
Dundee, Scotland, on the 10th
ult., in two large and power
ful steam yachts. It will touch
at Spitzbergen and complete
its supplies, and then pusb for
rfard, hoping to reach the
"open polar sea" by midsum
mer. A QENTLbMAN of "elegant
leisure," and a bachelor at that,
has been amusing himself with
matrimonial statistics, and out
of two hundred marriages pub
lished iu the New England
journals, last week, only two
had old-fashioned names, such
as Mary and Susan. All the
others were Mollies, Dollies,
Follies, Libbies, Tibbies, Bid
dies, Uatties, Fatties, Matties,
Lizzies, and so on. Iln says il
he can hear of some girl with
a familiar "Christian name,'
ho shall "start for her."
Another terrible explosion
of nitro glycerine has occurred
this time in Virginia City,
Nevada demolishing a num
ber of buildings, and killing
ten persons outright.
Ilollowny's Pills and Ointment
Our bodies discharge all
waste matter through the bow
els, kidneys and skin, and Ilol
oway's Tills and Ointment re
store these important organs to
perfect health when diseased in
any way. Sold 78 Maiden
Lane, N. Y. Price 25 cts. per
box. Ask for new style; the
old is counterfeited.
Inflammation of the Bowels.
The virtues of Dr. Trask'u
Magnetic Ointment in this dan
gerous disease are truly won
derf.ul. Many cases have been
snatched from the grave by the
use of this ointment, when ev
ery other means had failed.
We have many cases reported
to us corroborating this state
ment. It is equally effective
in influmation of any of the
pelvic or r bdominal viscera, ol
the liver, spleen, kidneys, ovar
ies, womb and bladder.
See advertisement in this
paper.
Wilhoft's Tonic.
Cures chills and fever and re
duces enlarged spleen without
the use of mercury and iodine.
It leaves no head-ache, no
depression of spirits, and no
conttipation ot the bowels.
It makes a well man of the
sick one, nor does it require
weeks and months lo effect a
cure.
Wilhoft's Tonic contains co
poison, it contains no arsenic
or mercury, and is as sale for
an infant as it is for a strong,
robust man.
Let every family try Wil
hofi's Tonic and test its proper
tics. Farewell toquininelgood-bye
arsenal and calomel! Wilholt's
Tonic is the only safe and sure
remedy for chills.
Farmeks should not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which George W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
less than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when yon
are in McArthur.
Sleight of hand giving the
mitten.
Adykrtirino reminds people of
things they bad bsen wanting all
along, but had forgotten all about
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as large as life from the tiniest
li-cket picture, and made in every wat
satisfactory by careful and judiciou
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
ta! or ink. st rates in snifc s.11 ein.nm
stanoes.
A A
D D
Y Y
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R
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Ip You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl.
Want to sell a pin no.
Want to sell a carrlnjre,
Want to buy ontcll a farm,
Want a boanlinjr. place,
Want to sell town proporty.
Want to sll procerles or ilrujjs,
Wain to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to Mud customers for anything,
ADVERTISE.
Advertising will pnln now customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising mnVes success easy,
Advertising begets conlldence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising raeans'biz,'
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Advertise
isrow.
Every merchant, manufacturer
or businessman who hat lecome
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
JVo exception to this rule can be
cited! Meivart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as io meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, hr
could make l still belter tn pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Home merchants bay it is not worth
while to advertise; lor no person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read tiiis advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prolii
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer wnrtli advertising. How much
mere then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied with rend
ing matter, tiro at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on thtir paper fur
their local news, the must iirportmit
item i'f which is where they can find
just what they want when they come to
town to urn It n their purchases, it yotu
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out ol
style that it is worthless, or if it is run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w-mt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. Hut if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, nnd such ns the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world t Ii ii t you have them, and want
to sell thou at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond tlmt day.
nnd its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man't nnme a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Ip you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that evpry one will read
the advertisement, lint you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how tnujh you nre los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisement
are not read by the pubbo wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
pvo publicity to so mo matter they
would not cire to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner nf n
country paper, and see whnt notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser ,
Gazette.
Advkbtisino is apt to give ns that
gentle jog of conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
Peihaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to roark this passage and lay
the paper cpnn her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize (he world I
Ex.
Wnt do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to lenrn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's style
have come in, and to find out 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 satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio State Journal
Thb power of print Is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advhjtage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words reauire the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
Sight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
abont 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
tise, and then the "how, when and
where" of it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having.
Bui vour
boots snd
Hhos. of I.W.
WILSON, nt
Ham-len, who
man u fei-tu res
snl itoalssx
olmirelr i n
tnoie articles.
8pcisl at
tention Kiren
to riae
Moots.
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VIVX.iieimDoia. jU
TKA.DK
MARK.
KEARNEY'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tlis only Known Itcmedy for Hrlptit's Dl
esie snd has cured every enno of Dlulieles In
wnlcli It lias br-i'ti plven, Irriliitlnii of the Neck
of the Bladder and Inflammation of tho Kidneys,
Ulceration of tho Kidneys and Bladder, lieten
tion of Urine, llineases of the l'roslale (ilnnd.
Stone in the Bladder. Gravel, llrlck Dust Deposit,
and Mucous or Milky Dlcchnrtrea, and Tnr En
feebled and DelleatoConstitutionaof both Sexes,
attended with the following symptoms: Lo.s
of Power, Lous of Memory. Difficulty of Breath
Ine Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain In tin
Buck, KlushiiiRof the Body, Eruption on tho Faco,
Pallid Countenance, Lassitude of tho System, etc.
Used by persons in the decline or chance of
life; sflcr conllucmout or lubor pains, bed-wetting
in children, etc.
In many affections peculiar to ladles, Ihe Ex
tract Buchu is uncqnnled by any other remedy
As In Chlorosis or Ketentlon, Irregularity, Pain
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Scliirrua stnto of tho Utorus, Leu
corrhoia or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to Iho sex. it Is prescribed
extensively by tho must eminent Physicians snd
Mldwives for enfeebled and dclicalu coustitu
tions of both sexes snd all ages. 1
KEARNEY'S EXTIIACT VVCltV,
Vurti DUtatt AiMnq from Imprudence,
It ibite ofVMpnUm, Etc., In all their stages, at
little expense, little or no change In diet, uo in
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, snd gives strength to nrlnato.
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and
Curing Strictures of the Urcthrs, Allaying Paio
and Inflammation, so frequent in this class uf dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT OCCIIIT,
11.00 per bottle or six bottles fot 5.00, delivered
to any address, secure from observation, bold by
drUL'glsts everywhere. Prepared by
KEArlNEY A f'O., 104 Duane St.. N. T.
to whom all letters ' "vforinatiou should bo
addressed.
"AVOID QUACKS lJD IMPOSTEKt).
Bo Chargs for Advice and Consultation.
7)r. J. H iM'tl. Graduate of .I ffertnn ilidlml
CotUoe, Philadelphia, author of severe! valimhla
works, can bo consulted on all disease of Iho
Sexual or Urinary Orimns, (which ho hits mado
an especial study), cither in male or female, na
matter from what causo originating, or of limv
long standing. A practico of 81) years enable
him to treat diseases with success. Curc-a puar
anteed. Charge reasonable. Those at n dis
tance can fiirwunl letter describing symptoms,
aud eneliwlng stamp lo prepay postage. )
Bend for the Guide to llnuth. Price 10 ccnt.
J. B. Di'UTT, M. I)., Physician nnd Surgeon,
104 Duauo BL, ISow York.
DR. A. TRASK'S
MAGNETIC OIHTMEHT
FOR THB CUKE OF
INFLAMMATORY DISEASES.
Dr. Trask was engaged for twenty years to
a course of experiments uion the medical prop,
erties and power of vegetables, separate and
combined. At the sge of seventy years bs sue.
ceeded in presenting to tho world, as the result
of his experiments, s combination of Vegetshl
extracts, the power of which in removing dis
ease is nneqimled in the annals of Medicine,
III discovery consist In a comblns.
lion of these powerful Vegetable Extracts with
.Electricity or Magnetism in Ihe form of aa Oinb
men I.
Certain, It Is, that the remarkable asl
unprecedented success which ha attended it
application In the cure of diseases, stamp It at
once as th greatest discovery of the age, and
call for trial and dose investigation of its
properties.
1. never Halls, while there remains tnf.
Sclent life to restoro a natural and healthy ac
tion to the capillary vessels of the body, snd
equalize the circulation of tho blood. By thia
means s controlling power is gained over th
most malignant form of disease, which cannot
be obtiined- from any other remedy.
Such Is the power of thlaeomblna
tlou, that it penetrate to every portion ol
tho human frame; every bone and musclo, vein
nerve snd ligament 1 searched ont and mad
Jentlble of 1U purifying end healing Influence.
Bonce it cope a readily with Internal m tx.
ternsl disease.
Nameron Instance are en record
where this remedy ha restored health to pt
ti is so near the grave that the most powerful
i. jrnal remedies Tailed to produce any effect,
finch has frequently been the case in liitUrnmiy.
tion of th Bowels.
No pitlent ever need die with this
disease where the Magnetic Ointment can b ob
tained. For Inflammatory Rheumatism
this Ointment is the most complete remedy ever
prepared. - For Diphtheria or Putrid Sore Throat
It is unrivaled.
In nlnetvMiln ease omt of
hundred. It will afford entire relief to the wont
ease of Nervou Headache In thirty minnles.
For Nervoaa Disease this medlcln it
of immense value.
A flection of the Spine, Rheumatism,
Lameness. Ulcerated Bore Throat, Bronchitis,
Pleurisy, Croap. Colic, Cholera Morbus, Agns la
the Face or Breast. Bums, 8ca)d Head, Scrotals,
Bait Rheum, Erysipelas, Inflamed Eye, Fever
Sores, Sore, etc.. will be immediately relieved
by the nse of Dr. Trask' Magnetic Ointment
D. Bamox, Bom A Co., Propr's, Buflslo, N.Y.
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