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YiiE VINTON RECORD.
TUV ItSDAY. JULY17, 187fr
M. & C., R. R. TIME TABLE.
On ami after K'lnCay.Mnrrilh, 18T3, train
wi II run lullo: n . . , o nnu o
run ilxily; all other train daily, Sunlay ex
No.fi. Ne.3. No. 1.
Station: St. I. Ex. Fust I.. Cm Fx.
Cin.-immii.. ...M :'iin 1 'im 7 :-"hiii
Cnillu-otlm 2 l.'iim lupin 11 t'lim
Rii-hUnt Fur.. .'I iM.nti 48,nn IS lipm
tiK.n l' n 3 li.im 'iin U .V'im
McUniia 3 ii:mi 0 llpm 1 ''!"
Vininn 3 :i7.un fl 'Jln 1 Iff
Zlwki.... 3 4 '-Kin IS -.Minn 1 i?H(m
Hunt )-iirii-e.... S .'iJim :i:inn 1 :ipm
Fii-l I.. KlX.Kx
8 iKiim li l'pm
Hope r'lirinti-e 1" -Vum
ZileiiKi II ttiiin
3 Ul pin
3 I ) I II
3 ' iim
... . II I "am
II I Ann
... 11 l.Vun
CiiK'iiiutui ...... ... 4 fxipm
NO. I will "I"" betw.en Cincinnati and HI n-cliesii-r.ul
C A S. Junction m.l I, ivel m l on
ly; ftnt ol Rhni-licslorit will Mop al fill :.
lions except Kariuer', Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral. New Kiiilnml. Bin Knn, Culler. Lit
lit noHtin, Fn-miiisf'. mi I Tunnel. Nil. 3
will ntoii "J Western Iiivixion at C. ft s
J.iT'lon, I. ivel.iml ami ireiitield onlv; nn
Cistern hi vision at ll.iiil.leii. Meulhiir
Zaleski, an.l ull sta.ionseasloi Athens. Tins
trim will ilo it.)!! al Kiiiic', liwh i n. Moon-
Tiileand Minerol City oosignnl. (K J.IMI
O will Mop al ". a a. jiiuction, i.m-i.ini,
i.r.H-nlirl.i. CSullir-oilie, Humilrn, Athen ami
Bcoll' Landing only. NO. 2 will make!! the
top between i"riiiri-iiiiig nn-i ntiincite mi r,
excent Tiiihii'I, Fleming', I. line line kmif.
Mineral llty, King, Indium Vinton mr-ri.n-e
nil 1 Kiruier'! la'tween Hl.inenester and
Ciiii'innali, nt Lovi bii I. (J. ft 8. Junction anl
Ctiiiiniiinville o.ily. NO. 4 will top ut ll. l
pre, Vincent's, New r.nulauil, n" Million- lies
tween Alliens nn I lliiiinleii.nnil went of !!am
den, at Cliillicothe, lireenlield, Lovehin I,
M i.lioiinlle, c. & H. Jimp tiou ana CuinniiiR
PARKERSBURG, MARETTA AND ZALESKI
Tha Purkers'itirif, M.inetta an.l Z ilM'tl Ao-.
Cointnoil.itpn lenven ZileMo tit li lo a. m.(
arrivuiii nl I'Hilti rMiinn in B 3u a. m i re
turning Iravea l'.rk-rtnrij it 3 10 1. M.
arriviiK nt Z ilesla nt 0 50 P. M. Tint train
8tlpSilt all st lllOIM.
Cliillif.it lie :it li no a. in ; Uoisville 7 3; lli.li
hnl fi.rn.'ii'e, '; ll.iiii'len, nrrive 8 3i
ilepart U no; .McArtliur, u 3 ; Vinton, 111 ii.'i,
Zileski I'i'i". lining west Z ilenii. 4 nn p in ;
Vinton 4 ao. Meilh r J oiij ll.iiinlen, arrive
t 30-ipp.irt II no; Kiehliiti'l Kurnaee, u W,
H;iyville, 7 mi; t'lulln'otlie, 8 :it.
fniiiH on the I'uK I's.MtiL'TH BRANCH
will le.ive 1 1 i nn It'i) nt II 15 a.m. ami 3 4.5 p mi
arriving nt I'oriMiiouili nt 1 1 20 a in. ami il 4 S , .
m. iletiiriiinliMins aill leave Portsmouth i t
8 II a. in, Him U 3'i p. in , a. riving ut Ham
ileu at 11 10 a. in. nii'l 5 41 p in.
Trainn conneet nt l.ovelan.l for nil pointa on
the Little Mi.imii It ulioa.l, nn'l al the liuliitnap
oils ami Cini'imi.iti ll.ulinn l Jnni ti n for all
points West; nt Alliens, with the Coliiinlius
with thu 11. &
(iriiei.il sjupi rintendent.
McARTHUn HACK LINE.
CHAELE3 . EAENETT, Proprietor
"ItTILI. run resiurly to JIuArihur Stntion
1 T to met till irnins.
Ilaek leaves MeAiiluir post offlea a. in
o'cloek, A. M , to meet Fust I.ino West; at
12 .M. lo meet tho Cinoimiali K.xo ess i;o.ni
eist; at 2 o'eioek P. M., In meet ihe St. I.ouis
Express itonw west, nt S 1. M. lor Fust Line
e.st. Will meet the I'.irkershiii', Marietta
anil Ziloski Aei'oiii.no lutioa ou application
in per.on or hy letter.
iinlers left nt ihe posl ofMee, McArlhnr, or
Iuimlas, prjuiptly nt tf mleil to.
ituiur Cll.tHJ.liii W. HARNETT.
7IL5ESYILLE AND HAMDE1I
IWU,t run a hvk from Wilkeanlle to
llaniilenninl return every Monthly, Wetlnca
tlay anil Fruliy, for llio aieominoilnlion of
passengers, iiiiiUinir(roecoiine'tion with the
mail (nuns on tho M. 4 C. K. It. 1 will also
carry express p:iek:iieH shipped to or from
those pomti by the Ailams Express Co.
t.7 ISAAC W. MILLER.
Hamlen, Wilke.ivillo and Middleport
nAVIXfl thecontrnet for earryinx Ihe mail
between the above points 1 will be able to
lurnjsh eonvey inee for passengers anl theii
b.iKX ige to anil from siml points on Hie follow
Inx tl.iys: From Wilkesville to Ha-nilin ami
back on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays;
anil from Wilkesville to Mpldleport, Meii(s
Co.anlbick on Tuesdays, Th nradnra and
Butui l.iys. IOHN LEVIS.
j$CALL FOR SALE
STUCK and Ore Sui.les as kooiI as new, for
sale at very low priee. Call on
novll II. C. JON EH ttorney.
That was a remarkably hap
py thousl.t of the Post-office
Department which guards
against improper uses of the
new postal cards. The carriers
are directed not to read what
is written on the cards, unless
it is Bcurrilloiihl
An exchange says: "When
j ou see a bare-headed man fol
lowing a cow through the lront
gate, and filling the air with
garden implements and pro
fanity, you may know that his
cabbage plants have been set
An Illinois puper remarks
that "Our readers needn't try
to get any points out of our
political articles; wo put 'em
in this week because our patent-medicine
The railway companies of
Illinois aro preparing to con
form their tariff and retrulaiions
to the requirements of the new
laws of the State against ex
orbitant rates and unjust dis
criminations. Tub Brooklyn Eagle says
that of three hundred dead
bodies found in the alleys and
along the docks of that city in
one year, thirty were murdrr
cases vlrich have never been
Oiled rag uro highly incen
diur?. LosDix'd widest bridge is 85
Kussos sings in five tongues.
Dy ANDREW J. CRAHAM.
4CTII0I and ruaiMuit,
(ul llroadway, New York,
IS the best svtem of modern short hind
wiitinu. Hy'its aid reporters are e tabled
lo write verbitim the speejiies of tile most
rapid talker, with the ureatest ea.se. It is a
braneh of studv a ea-.lv leiroe l a any nl
the eominon branehea, sueh a reading, writ-
inv, nrit..metic 01 grammar, and may beae-oiiin-d
bv onv child tn.it enn read common
print re.vlily. lis character are as fixed
and certain in Hit ir nieanines, as legible, n
philosophieal, as la aulifiil as those now in
common use, sre more systematic, and more
The re.u uiility of Phonography la fully
coni-eile.l by teacher, students htisinea and
iro!es.-ional men. Thedemiiud for Ph'ino;
rapher i renter than the supply, and con
si.inllv im-re isinir. 1 1 is a sura and easy
teppini stone for a younj man or woman to
inimediaie. nerinaneot nil I respei-tab'e em
ploymeni, at s.ilnnes of from Jl.Sultn Ja.lum
per year, a reporter lor newspapers, civil
ami military vourfs, Legislature, Cnnven.
lion, eta , or a clerks in Ihe olhVes of rail
roads, telegraph, lawyer, physicians, mer
idian! and maiiii'actiir'mir houses, ami in all
the liepaninenta of ln National Uorernmeui
no. I a .e-Tetanes and nineiiusises. Thtre is
nn Held of labor ao certainly remunerative,
nod nonsefiil art ko easily acquired.
To the lawyer in noting down testimony
and leferences, and in preparum flrat dralt of
hnefsnnd ntrer legal paper it is invanniDie.
To the elergvman, in preparing hi sermons,
lo the publio t-peaker in preparing dis
course, lo any person hivingstudie" or cler
ical duties it'will save -n per cent, of time.
PvKENI'f, why not have your children
enrn Phonography a useful and beautiful
art, a rellnnu amusement, a union accom
plish nent. In any vneaiion ol I le it will re
pay many times its cost iu money time and
the inxn-nooK oFHTAxn.tnn
OU A-rfKltlCAN I'HONOtiKAI'Ill,
PRESENTS EVER? PRINCIPLE OF EV
ery style of the art commencing with the
an-ilvs'ia of words, and proceeding to the most
rapid reporting atyte in nucha form and
manner, with i nch litllnea uf einlan ilion,
and complolenc of illustration, and with
such oil er feature a to fully adapt the work
to the use of schools and to sell-instruction.
Price, SJ; by mail Ji 2u.
Mr. (iiah un is llieauthor ofa I'hononranh
tp iHetinnarv, Renders, and oilier work, also
publisher nt a newsn iiier culled "The tu-
dent' Journal.1' devoid to the advaneement
ot Phonogriiphv. Send for aspeejmen nums
her containing a full description of the var
ious works n,i Phonography which nre pub
llsneii nv lllifl.
Adilrcss: ANPREW J. fiRVltAM.
ifeh ft-'.3 Itro.idwav, New York,
the new postal law we are supplying (he peo
ple w ith our line nickel white nietal ware, ol
triple electro-silver plate, pn-t paid to any
part of the country dirrct Irotn our nianufac
Notwithstanding a large n-lvanco in nickel
we still ofter the good, both plain and fane)
patterns, at former faciory rales, and will mail
hmv ipi Mility at these pnevs, on receipt uf the
Butter Knife, pickle fork, augnr spoon and
nankin nng. each f 1
Tea spoons mill nut pick, hall flox. 2 Ai
liess, rt knives,torks and spoons, hnlfdos. 4
Table " " " " " " IK
Keplntingnf old ware in Ihe best manner, a
one half of these price.
We will mail to anv ail-Ires iihotoarnnh-
nn-l price lists of ;mir auvtm
I'LAIKDA.M) IlKiTAN.M A
Ihe manufnetore ol which is a ipecialty will
It ia our privilege to refer lo the editors ot
all t.ini-itinaii religious weeklies.
In what paper uid you see our advertise
ment? .tMWIXG.ItOIlIX.SON X- CO.,
M Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
MSI. J. K.1WLLLS & CO.,
SEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
One door west of Dan. Will & Lro'i.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Persons wishing to purchase lantis farms oi
town lot in Vinton o- ndioining counties will
lind tracts to suit them by calling.
Person wishing to sell lands farms or town
lots will have a good chance of doing so b)
leaving description, etc. in our hnnda.
oct28 Miin Street, MuArlhur, O.
Dr. Diiponro's (olden
They never fail, an'i may be depended npor
in every esse where the monthly Ho h i
been obstructed through cold or disease.
lil'FiNCiiHULl'KN PlLLSalway give nn
mediate relie. A lady writes: 'liuponco's
Uolden Pills relieved me in one day like mag
ic." The genuine are now put up in large
wnite boxes containing double the uiuintiiy o
pills, and upon each box von will find my
'Private V. .8. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
tama see the words LiUFO.NCO'8 UOLDEN
PILLS, in white letters, without that none
Remember the genuineis in the white boxes
Full and explicit dirt c'.inns accompany each
box. Price $l-ixi per box, six boxes lo.isj.
hy one druggist in every town, Tillage,
citv and hamlet throughout the world.
Bold in MeArli.ur,
Hy . W. KISSON. Dnigijist.
fivle A'jent for Vinton (Jounty.
Hy sending him tU threngh Ihe Mo.Arthur
0.. Post tlffi'-e, can have the pill sent contis
dentmlly, by mull, to any part of the country
tree of postage.
H. D. HOWE, Proprietor, NewAork.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNuW.
BEAUT lUL SNOW.
IlKUlTIFni, RNOW AND OTHER POEMS.
Srm Wrn Kiliium. i. W. Watson author ot
The I iiti-n.t." IfaiHtinlltt tllH4nii(,rnmorig
inal tlrtiijiu 6y Kifinird L. 7rurjr. Completu 111
one lartre octavo volume, in uniform style
wilh he Outcast and (Hh.-r Poem," heina
printed on the tinest tinted plate paper, and
bound in green moroi-co cloth, with gilt top.
gilt Hides and beveled board, pric? Two Iinl
lars, or bound in green morocco clotn, Willi
gilt sides, and beveled bounl, price Three
0 Attnrt book in for tnlrhy all Imobitellers. m cof
ir nU Kill he wat, f-Mf-paid, to ins oe, prr return nt
id, oa nap i'K 1-1 Hi'lt i thr ntim nf it tn tit mMuA
eri. T. K. PKTF.Iisi N HKi I'll KKS,
:)ii Chestnut St., Philjlelphia, Pa.
For the great sensition ol hygienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
Tr Hlrt 1 BJI I a riaisr ... U I.
viv " " ' "oi n i a an iiiiiiifiir
puenertt. tinven monr, worry, mid prpciou"
heHlth, and hows how to live well mkI uro
Dil no 1 a week. Agent re coinintr money,
nnd do.i world of nood with i. Thesnnre
nhnnoai Mdll Arvan ltAl..H ... . J J .
..nubvr E7..v iiimi itui; , uu n(iiirfrn ai
once, tf. HANNAFOltK A CO, l'uKt-liern,
171 C.....L ... , .
1 1 ft cei ruiirwu bv rcci ji m'lnnAM, J. bmarj
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis. McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
VI.I. parties having sulwribed loth cap
itil stock ol the i... KcA. U. K. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to Ihe Sec
retary of Ihe Company, at hi. office on the
Public iilare, in Uxllionlis, lhio, or if more
convenient, lo I'auiel Will, President nf the
Vinton County Bank, at Mctrtliur, Ohio, of
an installment ol live dollars on each share
ao subscribed, within tea days of this data.
deo 1 1871.
Vinegar Hitters aro not B vile Fancy
Drink, inado ol Poor Hum, Whfskcy, Proof
ipirila and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
md sweetened to plcaso tho taste, called
'Tonics," " AprH'tlzcra," "Restorers," ic,
hat lead the tippler on to drunkenness anj
mln, but are a true Medicine, Diade from tho
latlve roots and herbs of California, free from
til Alcoholic Stimulant. They are the Orcat
Blood Purifier and a l.lfe-civing Principle, a
?crfict Renovator ami Invigurator of the Sys
ui, carrying oir ull pobuuous matter ami
cstorlng the bloial to a healthy condition, en
Ichlng It, rcrrtahing and Invigorating both
niml and bodv. Tlicy are easy of adniinlstra
Jiio. prompt in their action, certain In their
xsulla, safe and reliable in nil forms of disease.
No I'erson ran take these Hitter ac
sording to dircctluns, and rcniiua longuu well,
irovldcd their bones uro not destroyed by
nincrul poison or other means, and the vital
rguns wanted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
"aln lu the Shoulders, Coughs. Tlgntnc of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tticStom
tch.RailTaate In the Miiulli.Hilious Attacks, I'al
jltaiion of the Hcartliiflaniiiiallou of the Lungs,
Phln In the regions of the Kidneys.ondahuudrcil
Hlicr painful symptoins, are the offsprings of
Dyspepsia. Id these complaints It has unequal,
lud one boltle will prove a better guarantee of
la merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Fur Female Complaints, In young or old,
married or Mitgle, at the dawn of womanhood,
r the turu of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
leaded au influence that a marked Improve
ment Is soon perceptible.
For Inflammatory and Clironle
tllieuninl Ism uud (lout, DyaiH-psia or Indl
icsllun, bilious, Remittent uud Intermittent
r'uvcrs, Diseases of the Wood, Liver, Kidneys and
Bladder, tliesc Hitters have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused by Vitiated lllood.Tt iili h
is generally produced by deraugcuicul of lite
They nre a Uentle Purgative at well
a a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit
it acting as a powerful ugent lu relieving Con
gestion or liiilaiiiiiiatiunofthe Liver audVU-x-rat
Organs mid lu llilious Diseases.
For kin Diseases, Eraptlous, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blutclies, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scnld-Ilcad, Sore Kyea
Erysipelas, licit. Scurf. Dlscoiorntlons of the
Skin, Uninors and Diseases of the l-kln, of
whatever name or nature, aro literally dug up
ind carried out nf the system in a short time by
tho use of these Hitters. One bottle In such casea
will convince, iUc uiosl iucredutouu uf their cur
ttivcetrccis. Cleanse the Vitiated ninoil wheneTer
you lltnl its impurities bursting through tho
kln In riuiples, Kruptlotis, or Sores ; cleanse It
when you Uud It obstructed and sluggish in Ilia
vcius ; clea.ise it when it is foul ; jour feelings
wiil tell you when. Keep tho blood pure, and
the health of the system will follow.
Cirntefnl Thousand proclaim YlSFOAR
BiTTKits the most wonderful luvhjoraut that
ever sustained the sinking system.
I'ln, Tape, nml oilier AVonua, lurking
In the tyatviii of so iiiuny thousands, arecllcc
lu.illy destroyed und removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist : There is scarcely an indi
vidual on the faceoflhcenrth whose body is ex
empt from the presence of n orms. It is not up
on tlieheullhy elements of tho hotly that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits tint breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of metllciiie, no vcriniluges,
no aulhchiitnitica, will free, the system from
worms like these Hitlers.
Mechanical Disease. Persons engaged
In Paints and Minerals, Midi ns Plumbers, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, anil Miners, as they ad
vance, lu life, are subject to puralvsls of the
Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of
Vai.kek'3 ViNKii.ut Hittkhs twice a week.
lillions, Remittent, and Intermit,
tent Fever, which are so prevalent in tho
.vallcysofour great rivers throughout the United
Btuica, especially tmao ot the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, llliuols, Tennessee, Cuintierlaud, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, llrazos, Kio (irande,
Pearl, Alabama; Mublle, Savannah, Roanoke,
fames, and iiiuny oilier, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire euuutrr during
Hie Sumnicr uud Autumn, nml remarkably 'so
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, art
Invariably accompanied hy extensive derange
ments ol the stomach nml iivcr, uud other ab
dominal viscera, in their treatment, a purga
live, exerilng a powerful Influence upon these
various orguus, is essentially necessary. 1 hero
Is no cathartic, for the purpose equal to Dit. J.
WAI.KEII'S VlNKIlAK HlTTEHS, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which the bowels urc loaded, nt llicsume
HiiiCHtimiiiUliiig the secretions of the liver, ami
generally restoring ihe healthy functions of the
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell
ings, Ulcers, Krysipelas, Swelled neck, (ioitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflamma
tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup
tions of the Skin, Sore Uvea, etc., etc. In these
s in all other constitutional Diseases. Walk KK's
Vineoau BiTTKit have shown their great cura
tive powers lu tue must obatiuule and intract
Dr. Walkrr'e California. Vinegar
Diner act ou all these caws in a similar
manner. Hy purifying the lilood they remove
the cause, and by resolving away the effects of
the Intlaminatiou (the tubercular deposits) the
affected parts receive health, and a permanent
Cure Is effected.
The properties of Dn. Wai.KKR'9 YlNEflAR
BiTTBits are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, y'ltrlllous. Laxative, Diuretic, Soda
live, Counter-irritant, budoriflc, Alterative,
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
ties of Dk. Walker's Vineoak Bittko. are
the best safe-guard In cases of eruptions and
malignant fever, their balsamic, healing, and
soothlDg properties protect the humors of tho
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain in
the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, cither
rom inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Fortify the liody itgninat disease by
purifying all Its fluids wnh Viseoah Hitters,
No epidemic can take hold of a system thus
Direction. Take of the Hitters ongoing
to bed at niilu from a hair to one and one-half
wlne-glassfiill. Eat good nourishing food, such
u beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
md vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are coioMised of purely vegetable iugre
lients, and contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald & co.,
Druggists and Oen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
k cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N. V.
SOLI) VV ALL DltLtiblsTa A DEALERS.
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR,
Ton jmraofn pnh
He lent bus prnvcil Dr
Crotik's Wlm of Tnr tc
liuvo more merit than
any similar iii-piiriitioii
ever ollcretl In the uiile
lie. It is rich in the
medicinal niuilitics ol
Tar, and lllieii;ili d fm
Uisense nf tho I II roil
nml I.iiiikm, perforiniiia
till! Most' KKMAKKAlll.K
Cures. It KKKKlTUAI.I.Y
cures ull 4'oullN nliil
OliN. It lias cured so
Iiiiiny eases of Alliilin
find llrnucliiliN, Hint il
litis la-en iiroiioiiiicc d a
sn'cilio for tlti-o mm
pluinls. Fur I'll I nn In
'lvV.'4-4 Illicit, (.ravel or liM
" -'i ' nr ner Disease. Iliseusi-.
Of Ihe Crimiry Oriui), Juiiiiiliec. oi
any I.iver 4'oiiipliiiut it iniH no vinial
It la alao n aniierior Ton c,
Iteolorets I lie Appetite,
ilreiigllieim Hie KvmIciii.
Restores Hie rnk anil lit bilitntnl.
4'niiNPw Hie I'ood lo liiiri'it,
Reuioves l.v-psio nail lndif-siiniii
I'revciil yi ilnrliiim Fevers).
GItos tone to your yslcin.
Ilat Pale, 7ellov, S'xkly-Lcoiing Skit
Is clinnced to ono of fri-sline hikI be.ilth
Those IklHcnwe of the HI In. I'imple
rnoiniea, tioirnea nun t.rupiiunx nn
removed. Nrrofn ln,Scrof iilona IHieanet
or the Kyea, Wh te Swelllnar, I leer
Old Norea or nny kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle mid disiippcnr under it Influence
In fact It will do yon morp good, mid run
yon morespps-dily tlinii nny nml nil othei
f .reparations combined. Wlitiiltf It i na
uro 'sown restorer! A soluble oxyd of Iror
pnmhlnrd with t lie ni 'dlclnt;! proirrtlcso
Poke ItiMit ill vest i-d ot nil disagrii-iilileqii.il
Itle it will euro nny I lironlcor l.onit
hlnndina llocne whos real or dircc
cause is lind blood. ISIieninnf Uin.l'nlni
In l.iniliKor lione.t onolitntlous hro
ken down by .Mercurbil or other p'dsnns
are nil cured iivit. ForSyphlllt.or Hjr pli
Illlle ta nt. there I mulling isin.il t,, it
A trim will prove It. 4M Kilt lilt
I ROOK H t MI'IM SVUI I Ol
Wb will inrtiish the Kecoid and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscriber at
f3.50 per year
Uncle Sam's Correspondence.
The Third Assistant Posttnas
ter General lias made a tabular
statement of official stamps to
be supplied to the several de
partments in Washington for
ose during the quarter ending
Septenibnr 30, 1S73, this being
llie supply for the first quarter
after the abolition of the frank
ing privilege. The value of the
stamps for each of the depart
ments is as follows:
Executive $150 00
Stale 20,74a 70
treasury 200,000 00
Interior 193G1 00
War 10,409 00
Navy 8,509 00
Agriculture 6,530 00
Justice 3.750 00
I'ost Office 41.000 00
Total 347,203 70
Ou the above estimate, de
partmental postage alone will
cost $1,388,834 80 per year. It
will be observed that tho above
does not include the estimate
for the postage needed by Congress.
Tue force ut work on the
railrondj has been materially
decreased during the past
week, owing to the fact that
quito a number of the em
ployees were compelled to
suspend work on the railroad
until lheir,wbeat crops could
be cared" for. They will
probably all return to work by
ihe close of tins week. The
average force along Ihe whole
line has been about seventy
A Memphis girl was married
the other day, and immediate
ly fold her piano, bought n
sewing machine, and made her
husband a suit of clothes and
herself two calico dresse9, and
now fourteen young men are
seeking the hand ol her un
LIekk is the astute reading
noiice of a life insurance com
pany: "Oiie of the papers, in
an obituary notice ol an es
teemed citizen, says "he leaves
an "affectionate family, and
with no life insurance lor their
protection, a duty otlen con
templated, but as often post
poned." Savannau Advertiser: "An
old lady selling eggs yesterday
asked, as is usual, 'What's the
ne6?' The latest,' said the
obliging clerk, is that the
Yankees have got the Modocs.'
The old lady struck her knuck
les on the counter ana exclaim
td, 'I hope the last one ot them
will die oi ii!':'
Officeh David O'Councr was
fatally beaten in New York
Sundav morning by members of
the Tentn avenue gang, whom
he had ordered away from Thir
tieth street. Three arrests were
made, aud the persons secured
have been identified.
The discovery at Vienna ol
ajcotuet has just been announc
ed to the Smithsonian Instil ute.
The right ascension of the
comet is no hours and seven
minutes, and the declination to
the earth is four degrees thirty
lour nnntltes. Motion un
known. Susan B. Ant uuny has been
convicted of illegal voting. At
Oanandagua, New York, on the
ISih ult, the jury under in-,
struclion from the court, re
turned a verdict of guilty. Ihe
judges of election were also
(iiud for receiving her vote.
A Dutcuman and an Irish!
man once ;met on a lonely
highway. As they met each
tmiled, thinking he knew the
other. Tat. ou seeine his mis
take, remarked, "Faith, an' I
thought it wa3 you, an' you
thought it. was me, an' it's nay-
ther of U3."
"Do yon think I am a fool?'
a violent man once asked (he
late Rev. Dr.Bethuno. ' Real
ly,' replied the Doctor, . 'I
would not venture the the as
sertion; but now that you ask
my opinion, I must 6ay that I
am not prepared to deny it."
Stokes trial will not take
place till October.
Dr BoWEjts. Deuiiet. McAr
Tub Commissioners for the
trial of Capt. Jack and the
other Modocs accessory to. the
murder of citizens, and implica
ted in the assassination of the
Feace Commissioners, conveued
on the 5th inst. The following
is an extract from field orders
No. 1: "Should any of the officers
named for detail be unable to at
tend, the Commission will, never
theless, proceed and continue the
business before it, provided the
number present be no less than
the number prescribed by law.
'J. C. DAVIS,
"Brevet Major. General."
A man by the name of Hand
living in I'erry sounty, while
digging a well was stricken
with the "damps.' It was
thought he was dead, but an
old miner suggested burying
face downard just beneath "the
surface of tho ground (which
it seems is a usual custom a
mong the Welsh miners), he
was at once restored to Jiff,
and relumed home just as a
neighbor was relating the
particulars of hid duath to his
Tue boundary line between
the United Stales and the
British Possessions is now be
ing surveyed. The operations
will consume all this 6Uiumcr
and next winter.
llollowaj 's Pills and Ointment
Even it the whole surlace oi
(he body is absolutely blotted
over wilh postules, Incrusta
tions or running sores, it may
be healed and purified by the
Ointment, assisted internally
by the Tills. Sold 78 Maiden
Lane, N. Y. Trice 25 els. per
box. Ask for new style; the
old is counterfeited.
Id the summer of 1861, this
disease prevailed through the
''henango Valley in the Slate
ol New York, as a malignam
aud fatal epidemic; some ol
many lamilies, aud in some in
stances entiro families were
swept away by this fell de
stroyer." Dunng this. lime Dr.
Trask's Magnetic Ointmem
came into use as a remedy, 'iml
very soon was recognized us an
important help in the trea
menl; indeed, in 30:ne neigh
borhoods it was relied upon as
the principal remedy. lis ap
plication lor all alTeclions oi
Ihe throat and lungs is attened
with marked benefit. Il seems
to act as an alterative upon the
mucous coats of the throat and
air passages, forcing out the
visit! and irritating mucous and
restoring the mucous surfaces
to healthy ucUon.
See advertisement in this
Diptheria. WIlhoft's Tonic.
Cures chills and fever and re
duces enlarged spleen without
ihe use of mercury and iodine.
It leaves no head-ache, no
depression of spirits, and no
constipation ot the bowels.
It makes a well man of the
sick one, nor does it require
weeks and months lo effect a
Wilhoft's Tonic conU.ns no
poison, it contains no arsenic
or mercury, and is as s&le lor
an infant as it is for a strong.
Let every family try Wil
hoft's Tonic and test its proper
tics. Farewell to quinine! good-bye
arsenitl and calomel! Wilholl's
Tonic is the only safe and sure
remedy for chills.
Faumeks shjuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which Ueorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, casting fifty per cent,
less than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable,' for it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are in McArthur.
Advkrtisino reminds people of
things they lind been minting all
along, but hud forgotten all about.
Siuond's, I'hotogrnpher, Cliillicotlu
gives careful attention to limiting cop
ied of other pictures. Pictures may lie
unule as lursje as life from the tiniest
If'cket picture, and unule in every wm
(tatisfucUiry by careful nnd judiciou
coloring;. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
IT?. ;:Z"' 7 .5.e!lVr
Want it situation,
want a servant pirl,
Want to sell a piano,
Want to sell it cttrilagc,
Want to buy orwll a farm.
Want a bimrilinjr plaee,
Want to st'll town property,
Want to st'll rrofi'rles or ilriijr.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell tlrv pooiM or carpets.
Want to lind customer for anything,
Advertising w ill rr;i(n now customer..
Advertising will keep old customers,
Adverti.injr liberally nlua.vs pays,
Advertlslnjr makei success easy,
Advertising begets conlldenco,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertise or "bust,"
Beery merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has lecome
prominent) rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
Vo exception to this rule can be
cited! Mtewart, ihe Piince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his slock turned into
moheii so as to meet a note. Ar
guiny from this that if il was
good for him j adversity. A
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiscr, and thus yained his co
iSnnio merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rend
advertisement; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prolii
h.V its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer. w-.rtli advertising. How much
nu.ro then will those read them w!i i
aro not so largely supplied w til rend
ing matter, nre at leisure n tho even
ing, and muse depend on their paper for
their local news, tho in'8t iii iiortntii
item f which is where the; can fin. I
Just what they want when they cnim t
town to makn tiicir purchases. II yotn
stock is so old, rusty, dusty nnd out nl
style that it is worthless, or it' it if run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w.nt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise liut if it is
new, fresh nnd sparkling, up to the
times, and such ns tho people want,
don't hide them, tint publish to the
world that you have them, ar.d want
to sell tlieui at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
glo day dues duty beyond that day
and its effect continues in a grentct
ratio than most men imagino. In the
end it will make a man's nmnti a per
tn.inent matter, a piece of real proper
ty limit up in tii3 initios ol men unti
it becomes more valuable than tiny
corner lot in his locality.
Ip you lose n watch, a dog or a child.
or if you desire pcoplo not to trust
your wife, ynu rush to your local pa.
per, Knowing unit every one will rem:
the advertisement Hut you will plml
nlong in business year after year, with
out calculating how in noli you nre los
ing hy nut advertising it Importer
If those, persons who profess to hn
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are rot real by the publ o wish to he
convinced of their error, just let them
mvo publicity to somu matter they
would not cue to divulge to the world.
even in the most obscure corner of n
country paper, and see what notoriety
tney would Boon attain. Advertiser t
Auvkrtisixo is apt to eive us thai
gentle jogol conscience which tells us
thnt we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or thnt we promised our wife
a new dress ns soon as the hay was in
remaps it would he a good plan foi
Madame to nark this passive nnd luv
the paper upon her husband's brenk
Inst plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
WflY dn nfinnlo rond nilonrl!aAmAn9
To see who is enterprising and to lenrn
what is going on. To sco if there is
nny'.liini! new, or nnything that they
want, to see u tne seasons style
have come in, nnd to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of nn auction. For amusement.
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read oil the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals nnd accidents.
Itecause they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio Stale Journal.
Tns power of print is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advu.itnse
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
givessn importance to advertising. Hut
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend ns well ns they
might the capacity to influence, to per
sunde, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
craces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even thee fade nway in
to nothingness if not cauuht in their
Bight and printed Hut there is some
thing in the silent language, the quit t
insertion und the sense of permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influence l$usii
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of whnt inny be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printina presses, learn to advor
tie, nnd then the "how, when nnd
where" oi it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having.
Hhne of I.W.
limn ln, who
nn-l ittls ex
clnielr i a
vAfrg t'-IH tnnerti!lc.
-'IWC.r'isIi 8nil nt.
to Cine Cult
. vvs ar.
1LJ rom.rl lrt '(t
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
I tbo only Known K-mctly for Iirlcht'i DI
eo ami I) us cured every ensu nf Iliulictc in
which it litis been (riven, Irritiitiuu nf tlicNccIc
of tlio Bladder nnd nll.iinmalion of the Kidney,
Vlccrntinii nf tho Kidney Slid Wadder, llclcn
tion of Urine, Disciine of tlio l'nistuto Ginliil,
Btimc In tlio Bladder, (linvcl, llrkk Dust Drpnair,
and Miicntn or Milky l)lsclmri;c, nnd fur En
feebled und nulicato Constitutions f both Scic.
attended with the following r-ymptomii: Lo?
of Power, Lou of Mctniirv, niDlcultyof Breath
Inir, Weak Nerve, Wakcfiilnes, ruin in Ilia
Buck. KlukhiiiRiif the Hotly, Eruption on the Face,
1'ullld Countenance, Lassitu-lo of tlio System, etc.
I scil by person in tlio decline or clianijo of
life; after roiifliicmeut or lubcr puiu, bed-wct-
lingiu cniiiiren, cic.
In many affections peculiar to ladle, tho Ex
tract Bttehu is uiicuiitiled by any otl r leuxdy
As In Clilonni or ltcli iilion, Irre'uliirily, Puin
failles or .Suppression of I'lift'itnury Evacuation,
Ulcerated or Schirrus utiilo of tho U'crtts, I.eu
eorrhu'a or White, Ftetilily, ond f r all com
plaint incident to Uu ncx. It is prcucriliccl
extensively by tho most eminent Plivicinn and
Widwives for enfeebled nnd d'.licutu constitu
tions of both sexes and all ues. t
KEARNEY'S EXTItACT BUCJTtT,
tirf$ Pi'tatfi AiMnr from Inprudtncet,
It bin of iJMp'itlon, ti!.. In all their staRcs. at
little expense, little or no change in diet, no in
convenience, und no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and plvcs strenftth to urlnnte.
thereby removing Obstructions, Prcventriir and
Curinc Stricture of tlio Urethra, AlluyinK Pain
and Inflammation, fo frequent in this cle of dis
eases, and expelling ull poisonous mutter.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BWCIHT,
$1.00 per bottlo or fix bottles for $5.00, delivered
to any addrciM, secure from cbservation. bold by
drUL'i;istsccrvwhero. Prepared by
KKUtN'KY A CO., l(H Dunne St, N. T.
to whom all letters t' "Uoruiutlou should be
"avoid quacks n:'D imposters.
V.o Charge for Advico and Cuasoltntlcn.
Dr. J. II li'.ctl. Graduate of Jfrtmn it'dl-nt
CoHt'ie, I'hiludclphia, author of scvernl valuable
works, can bo consulted en a'.l disease uf thi
Scxuni or Uribwy Org.!, (which lu lia made
an especial study), ether in inulo or leuinle, nn
matter from wliiil cause ort'irniliiii,', i r if nnv
long Ktundiiif!. A prurtlco of M) year enable
him to treat discuses witli success. Cure cuar
autecd. Charms reasonable. Those at a iii
tuucu can f .rwaril letter dcscrihitiir ryuiptnrc,
aud enclosim; stamp to prepay pustule. )
Semi for tne liuiUn f'i ." th. Price 10 cento.
J. B. J)OTT, M. I)., Physician nnd Burgeon,
llMl'duuo St., New York.
DR. A. TRASK'S
FOB THE CURE OF
Dr. Traslc was engaged for twenty year In
a course of experiment upon the medical prop
erties and power of vegetahles, separate and
combined. At the age of seventy years he suc
ceeded in presenting to the world, as the result
of his experiments, a combination of Vegetable
extracts, the power of which in removing dit.
eases is nnequalcd ill tile annals of Medicine.
HI discovery couxlt in a combine,
lion of these powerful Vegetable Extracts with
Electricity or Magnetism in tne form of an Glut.
Certain, It Is, that the remarkable and
unprecedented success which ha attended its
application in the cure of disease, stamps It at
onco as the greatest discovery -of the age, anj
calls for a trial and close investigation of its
It never falls, whllo there remains suf.
flcient life to restore, a natural and healthy ac.
tion to the capillary vessels of the body, and
equalize the circulation of th . blood. By this
means s controlling power is gained over tha
most malignant forms of disease, which cannot
be obt lined from any other remedy.
Such Is the power ot IhUcomblna
tion, that it penetrates to every portion ol
the human frame; every bone and muscle, vein,
nerve and ligament is searched out and made
Vnsible of iu purifying and healing influence.
Hence it copes as readily with internal as ex.
Numerous Instances are on record
where this remedy lias restored health to ps
ti so near the grave that the most powerful
i ual remedies failed to produce any effect.
Such has frequently been the cose in Inflamma
tion of the Bowels.
No pitlent ever need die with this
disease where tho Magnetic Oiutmeut can be ob
tained. For Inflammatory Rheumatism
this Ointment i the most complete remedy ever
prepared. For Diphtheria or Putrid Sore Throat
It is unrivaled.
In ninety-nine ae ont of m.
hundred, it will afford entire relief to the worst
eases of Nervous Headache in thirty minutes.
For Nervous Diseases thia medicine U
of immense value.
Affections of the Spine, Rheumatism,
Lameness. Ulcerated Bore Throat, Bronchitis,
Pleurisy, Croup. Colic, Cholera Morbus, Ague la
the Face or Breast. BumB, Scald Mead, Scrofula.
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Inflamed Eyes, Fever
Sores, Sore, etc.. will be immediately relieved
by the nee of Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment
D. Raxsok, Son & Co., Propr's, Buffalo, N.T.
"ciilo lit itiscHizr," "ooos iioBimia,"
' SPRINQ FLOWERS" "SUMMER FLOWERSVi
- aw aaa " saa " ASldUa,"
.With tb ItCMtCTIC WKRRLT In WKFII.T CHRIS-i
111.1 AT WOKK (CCBKlldsUd),!!! SAOO.
.Two of thM Chrome in 111 ibllf "Wlofei
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witk ulr Cknui.
ess mk. bMter twins ,
viui muu with ny .
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TBI S7PMMS HOHSZKSB tfnnimt
SiXMll latralllblA fVIMMlIra Sr..
. rvi sjvsjrs- AflOlUU
Ul ha. decrtied you, Uilot lor Bomot why
mW mertAM An njkm Wlhi'iptgt
rtm II weallh I thno "grand MMA
' i net. sresl rraadi, lud lb
fttsl hlticin I msdlo.l prwUot. hll. unoosdl
C. 5 " 8AV""' 8KXBI?" "oil'rMI .Milt-
' ' ... mini ia oertorA By BAll.
It M. ALCOTT, pubUlt,r, 61 W. Fount, Su. CintinnM, oT
AJKNTI t ryuhere lo sell our new shd
WANo Kntn sell our new ami novel em-liroidi-rniK
mneliine, semi lor illll-trated olr
culr, to ihe MeKee Miiniifaoturiug Coinpsny,
O&ilroKawav.Kew York. lmyam
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