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THE VINTON RECORD.
McAKIU UK, OHIO,
TIIUKMOAY, AUG. 7, 187l
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On mill nerKiinily,My iMh, 1873, train.
wiH nm an fnllnwv: Nis 3, 4, & anil II
run My, all otlior tram ilil),sJuulj excepted.
GOING EAST.
Ko.S. N. S.
Stations; fl.l.Kx. Fasti..
Cin-iniviu....-.-.ln gnpm I )im
UhiltH-oihe. i lm tupm
ftii-hlamt Fur-.. 1 irtsm 4Sjim
rlaimlen S I7m f) Mjim
WdMiTMii. a issin llpm
Vmiou .......... 3 STain xlpm
Hilri. 3 4 Sum 6 i'Jpm
Humf iinuu-'e.... 3 iiHin :pm
Par net burg .. ( Susm 3-Vm
No.1.
Cm. Ex
T m
II s.m
11 41pm
14 Bipm
1 uSnm
1 isjun
1 2Hpm
1 aspm
4
GOING WEST.
PUtinns. ' Fast I,, fit.l. Ex
Park'MCJrg onsrn li lUpm
Hup" Knru..-..10 o'ain S Slpin
E.lesKl ...,. Wira 3 01pm
fmurn. 11 lom 3 lupiu
McAariiva Illftiio 3 2upm
Hum ten .11 3" im 3 3ipin
Ma-hlmnl Fur..- H 46am 3 '4pm
Chillicothe...........l3 Mpm 4 4i.in
OiiK'iniiHU . 4 6upm 8 aiipin
Cm. Ex
in 30pm
1 Warn
1 Mam
1 I7m
1 8lm
1 34tm
1 44am
t 4 'iam
S wm
NO. 1 will toi brtwten Cincinnati ami HI n-
che.t.r.al C. a. Junction ou Lovtinnn na
ly; east ot Hlunehesler il w.ll slop ai ail si.
lions except Farmer'. Harper's, Moonville,
iiln.t.l. N- Kn jl.inil. Hm Klin. Culler. Lit
lie niK'kiQJ. FMininV. and Tunnel. Nil. 3
rill inn n.i Western Division at O. A 8
iuielon, l.iveland and tiroenneld only; on
kiuu.ru Division at Ham-leu, Melrlhiir,
Zjlrski. ami all stations east ol Athena Thi
tiin will :iUo aim) at Kiiiu'. Iiitfh n. Mn
villesnl Mineral City on nixnal. NOS. 3AM)
0 will stop al A 6. Jinietnin, l.onl.m.l.
(ir.M-nHeM, Cliilli.-nthe. Hmnilen, Athens ami
Scott's Moduli; only. NO. 8 will mskesll ine
stun Iwlween PRrkerrliurs ami Hlanoli.ti r.
exeunt Tunnel, Fleming's, Ultie llock'nif,
Mineral t'lty, Kinu'a, luitham Vinton ur
nai.vaiiil Farmers': between Hlinnnester and
Cincinnati, al Lovel.inl. 0. A 8. Junction anil
Cuiniiiinsvilleonly. NO. 4 will nt"i at llel
lire, Vincent's, New tntflnuJ, all stations he
Iween Athens snl Hamila-n.and wei of Ham-
ilea, at Chillicollie, tiri-ennew, uoveian i,
ftlxilisonville, C. A 8. Ji'Q':lion aadCuininim.
villa. i
rAKKERSBl'R'l, MtRETTA AND ZLE3
K AMHJMHUTIUN.
Tho Parkershiirir, Munetta and Zileskl Ac
Gomiiimlnlinn leaves Zileaki at 0 In a. m.,
arriving al 1'arkeri.hurn at IW am; re
turning leavea Park-rsburg it 3 III P. M.
arnviiiK at Zulenki nt II 60 P. M. This ttain
stops a( all iitiont.
ZkLEKI FRFir.IlT
The Zuleiki Kreiht Knlilii eaal Imtsh
Chillicotlie nt OH A. in ; Huvnville 7 35i Kicli
laml Furimce, 8 "'; HiiiihIpii, arrive 8
depart V ik; McArtlitir, V 3 Viutim, 1U 0.;
ZHleiki l -Mt. lioinif wet-..ileHKi,4 0(1 p. in ;
Vinton 4 an. Mi'Aith'irS mi; ll:iin.len, arrive
8 :-cep:ii t i) mi; llichlflnl Kurnuce, B 3d;
Rnyovillc, 7 Wl; Clullicothe, 8 3.
Traina on the POK ISMOUTH BRANCH
Will leave llamden at 8 15 a.m. anil 3 43 p m
arriving at Purtainoulh at II 20a m. and0 4Sp.
m. H.jtiiriiumtrainn will leave PurtmniHli at
8 18 n. m, and VI M p. m , arriving at Ham
den nt II 18 a. m. and S 4.1 p. m.
Trams connect a: I.nvelnnd for all points on
the Little Mi.nni Kiulrnad.andntiha Indinnap
oil it and Cincinnati Hailrnad Jnnoti .n for all
points Vl; al Atheiw, with tho Columtju
A II. V. K. K., il P.irltHrilmrir. with the B. A
O. K. K. W. W. PEHnliV,
(ieuerul btiperintvndcnt.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
0HAELE8 W. BAEHETT, Proprietor
"TILL run reumerly to McArlhur Station
I T to meet ah tniinx.
Hiu-k Icitvea McArlhur post oltlco al 10
o'clock, A. M , to meet Kant Line Went; at
li M. to meet tlin Cincinnati Exp w aoinx
e iMt; at o'clock P. M.. to meet the Ht. Louie
Expres itoina went, al 3 P. M. for Kat Line
en-t. Will meet the I'rtrkersbiirit, Marietta
and Z ilo-ki Accommodation, on application
lu person or by letter.
nplcr.t left at the poal office, McArlhur, or
bunda, pDtnptly aiu-mled to.
BUny CHARLES W. BABNETT.
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
IIACKLINe.
IWILIi run hrk 1'nTn Wilkeavtlle to
Hamilenand return every Monday, Wednea.
lav, Krtdiiy andfnluMny for the accommo
ilatmn of uaHHenvera. makinK clone conneo
lion with the mail traina on the M. A C. K. K.
1 will iiIko carry expreait puckagea ahipped
lo or from poiutiby the Adam ExpreKit Co.
aep7 J8AAC W. MILLER..
Tomekoy s Democrat Bays:
"Why is it that Democracy and
drunkenness are so generally
associated? Go where you will,
1 brae out ol five Democrats are
afraid to be known as temper
ance men, as if it were a dis
grace to be a temperance man,
and a crime to discountenance
the ciuseof nine-tenths ol the
misery and three-fourths ol
the taxation now cursing this
country. The Democratic pol
i ician who is for office flies
from rum hole to. grog shop,
fn.ni suloon to sample room, to
rally the Democracy. Public
meetings are held in the whisky
shops, and the very man who
urges reform from Republican
corruption, spends for whisky
tho last dollar he can borrow,
a::d goes home drunk, or sees
Lis audienco m that condition.
Hundreds of times have we
been severely denounced for
defending the cause of temper
ance, on the ground that with
out the whisky vote Democra
cy is a dead duok.
While we 01 trie Uuio Val
ley are blessed with copious
and cooling showers, some ot
our countrymen east of the
mountains are experiencing a
drought more severe than that
of 1S70. In New York there
are fears of a water famine,
the supply in the reservoirs
being sufficient, it is estimated,
ior fi.'ty days oniy. During
the month of July only seven
ty hundredths of an inch of
rain Jell and thus far in July
thirty-six hundredths. Last
year thirteen inches of raia
fell in the months of May, June
and July in New York City.
Naturally caution in tbe use of
water is advised by the officials
and newspapers.
buccESi rides on every hour;
grapple it and you may win,
but without a grapple it will
never go with you. Work is
the Weapon of honor, and he
ho lacks the weapon will nev
er triumph.
Hail
Pliipl?
By ANDREW J. CRAHAM.
ittaoi xd roaLUHii,
801 Broadway, Now York,
19 the best ayntem of modern short hand
nun, lly its aid reporters are lablad
lo write verb itim the apeeihea of the mot
rapid talker, with tlm sreateat ease. Una
brunch of studva adv learned a any ol
th common branchea, auch at reading, writ
injr, arithmetic or grammar, and may beao
iimred bv any child lh.it can rend common
print readily. I la -characters are a. tiled
ami certain in Iheir meanings, a lexihle, as
philoaophical, aa beautiful a ihoae now in
common ue, ire more systematic, and more
readily learned.
The great utility of Phonography is fully
conceded by leacbera. student, busineaa and
prolci-ional men. The demnnd for Phonos',
raphera la greater than the supply, and con
alantlv increaeing. It is sure and eay
atepping stone for a young man or womna to
immediate, permanent an I respectable em
ploy men t, at salaries of from l,UO to 3,0ti0
per year, as reportera for newspaper, civil
ml military eourta. Legislature. Conven
tional etc., or an clerkain the offices of rail
road, telegraph, lawyer, physicians, mer
chant and manufacturing housea, nd in all
the liepnriinentsof tn National Government
and a secretaries and amnniisiae. Tht re is
no Held of l.thorao certainly remunerative,
and no useful art no easily acquired.
To the liiwyer in noting down testimony
and leferencea, and In preparing fliatdra it or
brtefsand oirer legnl paper it I invaluable.
To the clergyman, in preparing hia sermons,
to the piiblio speeker in preparing a riia
course, lo any person having studies or cler
i3al diitiea it will aave "0 percent, of time.
PARENTS, why not have your children
learn PhonographyA useful and beautiful
art. reflnuu amusement, uniqe accom
plishnent. In any vocaliou ol I fe il will re
iiy many times ltd coat in money tune and
labor.
THE IIASD-nOOK OFNTASnARD
OK A.flElllt'AN 1MIONOUUAP11Y,
PRESENTS EV5RV PRINCIPLE OK EV
ery style of the art commencing with the
nn.dvsia of words, and proceeding to the most
rapid reporting styie-m such a form and
manner, wilh such tnllness of eiplxn itinn.
and completeness of illustration, and with
such otl erfeaturea as to fully ad.ipt the worn
to the use ofschoels and to nell-iuatruction.
Price, IJ; by mail ii.2tl.
Mr. (jiiilum islheaiilhorofa Phonograph
ic luclionarv, Readera, and other work, also
publisher ol A ncwsp iper called "The Stu
dent'.) journal,'' devoleu to the advancement
ol Phonography. Hend for a specimen num
ber containing a full description of the var
ious works oa Phonography which are pub
lihed by him.
Address; A SPREW J. GR M A M.
lifeb S'3 rlroadway, New York.
UNDER
the new postal law we are supplying Ihe peo
ple wilh our tine nickel while metiil ware, of
.....I.. .l i..iIiiiiv .ilata nn-t.liulil til ailV
iriHO ninnw 'iiiii 'i".-- p-" ' ......
part of the country dirvci iroin our iimniif.ic-
rirv.
N'oiwilht:inding a Inrge advance in nickel
we still oiler the goods, both plain and fancy
patterns, al former factory rates, and will mail
any tpiautity at thane prions, on receipt of the
ui'iucr.
Uutter knire, pickle fork, sucnr poon and
nankin una. each fl I"'
Tea spoons and nut pick, hill do t ftn
liessti t knivenitorka and epooi!s,hiitrdos. 4 l"t
Table ' ' 8 (
Keplnling ofnld ware in the best munner, ni
one half ol these price.
we will man to any anres luioTiifirniiii-
find price lists of 'our I'lNK Nil. til
I'LATClf AND UIUTANNIA
COMMUNIION SETS,
the manufacture n which is a f pccialty with
us.
It ia our privilege to refer to the editors ol
nil Cincinnati religious weeklies.
in what paper tint you see our advertise
ment?
I AXNIX4J, ItOBIXSOX & CO.,
64 fountain snuare, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31octlK72 t
HM. J. RA WLLLS & CO.,
9EAL ESTATE AGENTS.
MAIN STREET.
McARTHUR, OHIO,
One door tcett of Dan. Will C Bro's.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Pimiihi ivialiinii tn niiwhaiA lnnim farm Or
town lots in Vinton or adjoining counties will
Inn trncia to suit tnem oy caning.
Persona wishing to sell lands. I'arma or town
ots will have a good chance of doing so by
eaviog description, etc. in our hands.
WM. J. KANNELL4 A CO.,
oct28 Mnin Street, McArlhur, O.
Ur. Duponco's V olden
Fills.
Thev never fail, and may be depended upor
in every case where the monthly Hu liar
been obstructed through cold or disease.
lUPJNCO'8iJOLUKNPILI.alwayagiveiin.
mediate rehe. A lady writes: "Uuponcu's
Golden Pills relieved me in one day like inng.
iu." The genuine are now put up in liirge
wnite boxes containing double the Quantity ol
pills, and upon each box von will nntl my
"Private U.;S. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
slump eeo the words LiDPUNCO'S UOLOEN
KILLM, in white letters, wnnout uiai none
are genuine.
itememiier tho genuine is intnewntte noxes
Full and explicit dirtctions accompany each
box. Price Sl.ou Dor box. six boxes S3.uu
Sold by one druggist in every town, village,
city and hamlet throughout Ihe world.
Bold in McArii.ur, u.,
Uy G. W. HIS SOX, Druggist.
Sole Aijentfor Vinton County.
By sending him 11.00 threngh Ihe McArlhur
O . Post Olfli-e, can have the pills sent conn
dentially. by mail, to any part of the country,
tree ot postage.
. v. howe, proprietor, new ior.
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNOW.
BEAUTIFUL SNOW.
BEAUTIFUL RNOW ANDOTHER POEMS.
Ke IUutraled DIUioH. J. W. Wntson authorot
"The Outcast." Unnliulltt lUulnlti(,jrimor
iaaloV.iiw bf filward L. litniy. Complete in
one luiye octavo volume, in uniform style
with "Iheuutcaat and uiner roema, - Deing
printed on the finest tinted plate paper, and
bound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top,
gilt aidea and beveled boards, pries Two Dol
lars, or bound in green morocco elolh, with
gilt sides, and beveled boards, price Three
Dollars.
4!w 6oolh for safety all hoohtlten, or p
Ut of it will be teml, yotl-paM, lo ajr out, per retur oj
mail, OR vmr oa. remitting the price of it loth pitblith
en. T. B. PETKIWi IN A BROTH ER.S,
30ti Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
6marl873
Agents Wanted.
For the great sensation ol hygienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
Dr. Dio Lewis' new work ia an immense
sncress. Saves money, worry, and precious
health, and shows how to live well and grow
fat on 11 a week. Agents are coining money,
and do.nga worldofgood with i. Thesaire
chances still open, lielay not, but address at
once, (. HANNAFORD A CO, Publishers,
177 West Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. 6mar3
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga'lipolis, McArlhur
& Columbus Bailroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed to the cap
ital atoek ol the O.. McA. A C. R. R. are
hereby requited to make payment to theSec
retaryoflhe Company, at hia office on the
Public Square, in Oallfnolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to Daniel Will, President of the
Vinton County Bank, at McArlhur, Ohio, of
am installmeut ot Ave dollars on each share
o subscribed, within lea days of this date.
August 10, 1871.
WH.SHOBBB.See'r
e,MoA.C,.B.Co.
doo i lm.
MM
Vlacgar Bitter are not a Vila Pancy
)rink, made ol Poor Bum, Whiskey, Proof
Ipiriui and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
tnd sweetened to please the taste, called
Tonics,'1 "Appetizers," "Restorers," Ac,
hat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
uln, but are a trie Medicine, made from the
lative roots and herbs of California, free from
Ul Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood PnriOer and Life-giving Principle, a
?erfect Renovator and Invlgorator of the Sjs
m, carrying off all poisonous matter aud
estorlng the blood to a healthy coudltlon. en
ichlng It, refreshing and invigorating both
Bind and body. They are cosy of adniTniatra
ion, prompt In their action, certain In their
esulia, sale and reliable In all forms of disease.
No Person can take these Bitter ac
yording to directions, and remain longun well,
rovidcd their bones are not destroyed by
Blneral poison or other means, and the vital
vgana wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, lleailnrtte,
Pain lu the Shoulders, Couglia, Tigtitnesc of the
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stom
ach, Bad Taste In the Uouth, Billons Attacks, Pal
pitation of the Heartjnnnmmallouof the Lungs,
Phln in the regionaoflhe Kldneys,aDd a hundred
ther painful symptoms, are the offspring of
Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal,
tnd one bottle will prove a better guarantee ot
its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaint, In youngorold,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
)r the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
lecided an Influence that A marked Improve
ment is soon perceptible.
For Inflammatory anrl Chronlo
lUieutuntlsui and Cout, Dyspepsia or ludi
icstlon, Hilioua, Remittent ami Intermittent
Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Uvcr.Kidneys and
bladder, these Hitters have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused byVitlatedUlood,whirli
ia generally produced by derangement of tlie
Digestive Organs,
They an it Gentle Purgative as well
as a Tonic, possessing also Hie peculiur merit
if acting as a powerful agent iu relieving Con
gestion or lutlanimution of the Liver aud Via
;cral Organs and In Bilious Diseases.
For skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, l'ltnplcs. Pustules, Bolls,
Carbunclea.Hliig-Vi-orms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations 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 time by
the use of these Hitters. One bottle in such case
will convince the moat lucrcduloua of tucir cur
stive effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever
yon Und its impurities, bursting through the
iktn in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it
when you Und it obstructed and sluggish in the
veins ; cleanse it when It Is foul ; your feelings
will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and
the health of the system will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim VtNKOAB
IttrrtiHS the most wonderful Invigoruut that
ever sustulucd tho sinking system.
Pin, Tape, nud other Worms, lurking
In the tyMcui of so many thousands, uteeilec
tu.illy destroyed and removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist : There is scarcely au Indi
vidual on the fuccofthccurth whose body Is ex
empt from the presence of worms. It is not up
on thchculthy elements of tho body that worms
exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No svstem of medicine, uo vermifuges,
no anthelmiiiitlca, will free tuo system from
worms like these Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged
In Paints and Minerals, such ns Plumbers, Type
setters, Uold-bcaicra, end Miners, as they ad
vance In life, are subject to paralysis of the
Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose of
Wai.kkii's Vinkoaii Uittkks twice a week.
Ulllnus, Remittent, anil Intermit
tent Fevers, which lire so prevalent in the
valleys of our great rivers throughout the I'nltcd
States, especially tliivc of tho Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Ciitnlierland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio (irandc,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, aud ninny others, Willi their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during
the Summer aud Autumn, and remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat ami 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 Intliicncc upou these
various organs, Is eascutluTly necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dtt. J.
IVai.kkk's Vinkiiak IIiitkiis, as they will
speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter
with which the bowels aro loaded, at the sums
llmestimuiutlng the accretions of the liver, and
generally restoring the heulthy functions of the
digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kins' Evil, White Swell.
Ings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled neck. Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, indolent luilainiiia
tlons, Mercurial Alfectioua, Old Sores, Erup
Hons of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc, etc. In these
as in all other constitutional Diseases, Walker's
ViNEDAH ItiTTKKS liavc shown their great cura
tive power la tbe most oustluale aud intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar
Bitters act on all these cases In a similar
manner, liy 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 permaueU
cure is effected.
The properties of Dr. Walker's Vineoar
Bitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, ytritiou.s. Laxative, Diuretic, - Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, buuoriilc, Alterative,
and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxallvo proper
tie of Dk. Walker's Vineoar Uittkk.s are
the best safe-guard In cases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
toothing properties protect Ihe humors of tho
fauces, 'i heir Sedative properties allay pain in
the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either
from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Fortify the hotly agHinit disease by
Rurifying all its fluids with Vineuar 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-gloasfull. Eat good nourishing food, such
is beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
)nd vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are composed ol purely vegetable ingre
lients, and contain no spirit,
n. h. Mcdonald & co
Draggisis and Geu. Agta., Sun Francisco, Cal.,
A cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N. V.
SOLD BY ALL DRUUU1STS DEALERS.
OIL CIIOOK'S .VINE OF TAIf
Ton yearsof a pit'
!! ( I ll.-IH pMIVI 'l 1.
ClKiii;'- It inc ol Tur i
linvi- nunc m rlt tlm
liny "iiitiiui' pii-pti.iilii
rvi-r oINti-iI to tlio pu.
lie. It is r.eii in lb
mo lieliml (l:ililicS
Tin , nml iiiii iii il- il fi
tliM-iixc: of the 'I hroi..
nml i.iincN. pcrli,. nun
till) MH.T III-.AIAHK A i;i
t'Vs cun-s nil 4 ollKht ill!'
: 'i.'-s 4 l!(N. It l-.in clll-iil s
ninny cases (if Ahtlnll
1. ml BroiirhiliM, tlnil i
litis been iMoiiounccd i
an-clll(! for those com
pliiinls. l'nr I' iIiih ii
tin- Iti-riivt, Nliio oi
SilikV'Jiai t;it'k. t.i-mvl or lild
ss- VT iicy I) ajoilMf, IlU.-iise
of Hie I'rlnitry r;;iins. Ju.i.iitict', o
iny I, Ivor 'nnirlint it litis no equal
It in li No n mti rir Ton -,
Ilexlorcsj tho Appct to
8froiis;tliciiN Hit' S.VKtciii.
Uektoreat tho Monk nud l bililnlod.
4 aiisoH Ihe loo, I to liyoit.
Iteinovo I oih(o nnd Indiffoalimi
I'rovcDts Jnluilou iVver..
GlToalone to jour ryuteui.
Tlat Pale, Yellow. Slcily-Iooiins; Sklr
is clinnucd lo one of fieslmcaa and health
Those niNOitfloit nt (ho Skin, Ilmplo
Puatdlen. Rlototie nnd Krnpt lona an
removed. HcrofHlc.Sorofiilona IHaoaao.
or the Eyoa, Wlrto Kn-elliiiar, Ulcer
tMd ftoroa ornny kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle nnd illsn,,r.-,i under its Influence
In fnct it will do yon more good, and curt
you more speedily thnn nny nnd all othoi
F reparations combined. Wlut la it t It Isna
are sown rpslorcrl A soluble ox yd of Iror
combined with the mediclnRl properties o
Poke Root divested of all disnRTceuble quul
Itlcs It will cure any t'hronle or tonar
htnndinar lloo whnxe real or din e
cause la bad blood. RheamnMam.Pnlni
in I.I m ha or Bone),4'ona4ilntionai bro
ken down by Mercurial or other poisons
are nil cured by It. ForNy nhllla.or 8yph
llitle taint, there la nothing equnl to It
A Irlal will prove It. ASK FOR l)R
rM04tH-Nr 4 l)IFOlND HVRIP Ol
fOKK B4H'.
Wb will furnish tbe Kecord and tbe
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at I
f 3,50 per year
A Young Lady Burned in the
Streets of Ogdensburg.
Tbe toiiowing particulars of
a most distressing anil inex
plicable accident we glean
from the Osdensburg (N. Y.)
Journal: Miss Mary Ryan, a
most amiable and respected
young dy of this city, called
at a bouse to give some music
lessons, and her pupils not be
ing nt home she proceeded
down the street a short dis
tance when she was accosted
by a - man who told her
that her dress was on fire.
When Miss Ryan discovered
her position she became terri
fied and ran across the street
screaniing fire. -Several men
who were on the street ran and
endeavored lo strip off her
clothing, which was now com
pletely enveloped in a sheet of
flame which reached three feet
above her head. They also
procured woolen blankets, but
with all their efforts they could
not subdue tbe tire until every
particle ot her cloihin; was
consumed. As soon as the fire
burned out Miss Ryan walked
into a house in a nude state,
and sat down upon a chair say
ing, "I'm terribly burned."
Four physicians were prompt!'
summoned, and they did every
thing that medical skill could
suggest, but iu vain. The ac
cident occurred about 4:30, and
at 8 she expired. Iler li.nbs,
body, arms and face were burn
ed to a crisp, to that the flesh
peeled off in places, yet
tlirough all this suffering 6he
retained her senses and con
versed, wiih those about her
till just a few minutes before
death came to relieve her. She
was engaged to be married to
a young man who was Absent
attending the funeral of a si
ter,and who was summoned to
her bedside and reached it only
an hour before her death. Ilei
brother, who was also absent
at the time, returned a lew
minutes belore her death, and
the shock being so sudden, w&s
almost prostrated. The most
leasonable theory in regard to
the fire ii that it was communi
cated from, a c gtr stump, which
is a terrible warning to smo
kers v. ho carelessly throw their
cigar stumps on the walk.
Streets of Ogdensburg. Stakes' $11,000 Dog.
There is a $11,000 dog in thi
city. This is a bare statement
of fact. The way of it is this:
The now uncomfortable lamous
i
Mr. iStokes, of the New York
tombs, owned a setter reputed
ihe best hunting dog in the
city. Mr. liarker, the owner ol
(he noted stables whose chief
glories are now at Uampdtn
I'aik awaiting the fall meeting,
wanting the setter and tried to
purchase him. But Siokes bad
just refused $600 for him, and
didu't want to sell Ihe dog. Fi
nally, however, he told liarker
that perhaps his hunting days
were over, although he would
not sell, be would make him
(tlaiker)a present of the dog.
Tb.9 generous liarker would
nut, however, accept the
friendly offer without a recip
rocal one, as be bad offered
$1,000 engaged to give him
ihe profit within a specified
time on 1,000 shares ot a cer
tain railroad stock. A rapid
turn in the market bi ought tbe
aforesaid stock to an advance
nt $11 a share, and that be of
fered promptly to make over to
.Stokes for the setter. The spec
ulative young man, however
said, "Let it wait awhile; per
haps I shall make more yet."
Instead of more he made less;
the stock fell as quicky as it had
risen, and dropped flat on the
market. So for a little while the
setter that Mr. Barker prizes so
highly, and that can be seen by
thecurious iu Hampden I'ark
was worth $11,000. What a ha
lo of glory encompasses that re
markable dog.
The many friends in this city
of Mr. S. L Wallacp, will bo
pleased to learn of his rapid
Improvement since going to
Philadelphia. Letters received
by his Iriends here from him,
indicate the complete and
rapid restoration of bis mental
Scioto Gazette.
Tun Kalamazoo, Mich , Tele
graph says that, forty years
ago, Titus Bronson spent the
4th of July alone in that place,
looking i over the wilderness
and plain where the town now
stands, and laying it out into
village lots.
"That's a very stupid beasl
of yours, John," said a Scotch
minister to one of his parish
ioners. a peat dealer, who
drove his merchandise from
door to door in a small cart
drawn by a donkey. MI never
see you but the creature i
braying." "Eh, sir," said the
peat-dealer, "ye ken Ihe heart's
warm when friends meet."
Tub lion. Caleb Gushing is
plainlifl in a novel suit before
one ot the Washington courts
against one Kelly, who, it is set
torth, did wrongfully , keep a
dog which was used and accus
tomed to bark continually by
day and night, nnd that, on
Saturday last, the defendant
did then and there allow tho
dog to bark incessantly from
early in the day through tbe
whole day and night following,
and did thereby hinder and
prevent the plaintiff from stud
ying and transacting his law
ful business by day, and de
prived him of his sleep during
ihe merit so as injuriously to
affect his health and the peace
ful use of his property. The
second account alleges the
keeping of the same dog, and
that 6aid dog was a dangerous
one. On the first count $1,000
and on the second count$3,000
Jamages are claimed.
King ot the Blood.
For Dyspepsia and Neuralgia
Case - For four years past I have
had the dyspepsia very bad, vom
iting up my food nearly ever)
meal, with much pain and dis
tress in my stomach, an! ccuhl
get very littlo sleep nights. I
ulso had distressing attacks of
sick heidaclie two or three timer
a week, which made it impossible
fur me to attend to my husiuesj.
I was induce J to try your Kino
of the Bloo.l. The pain and dis
tress in my stomach were entire
ly relieved, vomiting ceased, havi
liad no attack of headache since 1
commenced taking the medicine,
and 1 sleep well nights, ray bjw
els are regular, having been co
tive before. 1 have now takei.
two bottles, and my health ap
pears to be fully restored. I de
sire to add that my wife was
much troubled with salt rheum,
which the King oi the Blood has
entirely cured.
BENJAMIN C. THOMPSON.
Frankfort Hill, N. Y.
See advertisement in anothei
column.
Willioft's Auti-Perioilicnr Ft'
ver and Airue Tunic.
The great remedy, the real
genuine specific at last discov
ered and offered to every man,
woman or child suffering from
chills and fever, dumb chills, bil
lious fever, enlarged spleen, pe
riodic neuralgia, sun pains, and
that horrible malady, congestive
chills. It is a specific for each
and all ot these complaints, and
may be safely administered at any
time and to any age. It contains
no poison, no arsenic or mercury
does not require rubbing drub
bing and plastering with unsight
ly, nauseous iodine, to reduce en
larged spleen; nor mercury in
ternally to effect a euro.
Wilhoft's Tonic cures perman
ently and destroys the periodic
ity of chills and malarious fevers.
Fahmeks shjuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which (ieorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It ia 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 you
are in McArthur.
Adtkrtistno reminds people of
things they had been wanting all
along, but had forgotten all about
Swond's, Photographer, CbiJlieothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other piotures. Pictures may be
made a large as life from tbe tiniest
leckat pioture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful nnd judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the, best
styles in oil, water colors, crajon, pas
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circumstances.
a
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D D
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A
E E
If Yotf
Want a sitimtlrfrf'
Want a servant girl,
Want to si-ll pinno,
Want to sell fl cnrrlitgc.
Want to buy orst'll a farm.
Wunt a boardlrijr place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture,
AVsnr tn anil lrv coot la or carnetft.
Want to Und customers for anything.
ADVERTISE.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success eusy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising bIiows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising means'biz,'
Advertise or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
Advertise
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has lecome
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
.Vo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, lo get his slock turned into
money so a to meet a note. Ar
guing from tins that if il was
aood for him in adversity, he
could make it still better in pros
perity, lie became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
lossal fortune.
Some merchants s:iy it is not worth
tvhilo co advertise; for no person reads
idvertisempnta: vet evevv inorclinnt in
this county will rend this advertise-
acnt, and if ho is wise lie will prom
iy its suggestion, if he has anything to
tier W"rlh advertising How much
in. re then will those rend them who
iro not so largely supplied with routi
ng mutter, ni'it tit leisure tn the even
ng, and muse depend on their pit per for
heir locul news, tho UMst itrportnnt
teni rf which is where they enn lind
uat wlnit they want when they cmne to
own to iintkft their ptirclinscs. If ynui
dock is so old, rusty, dusty and out ol
trie that it is worthless, or if it is run
liiwn go that you have nothing left thnt
tenpie won I J w.nt, it is not worth
vlnle for you to advertise. Hut if it is
,ev, ftesli und sparkling, up to the
inies, nnd such as the people want.
Inn't hide them, but publish to the
vorld thnt ynu have tlietn, aid want
o sell thorn at a lair price.
An advertisement published for a sin-
;le day does duty beyond that day.
ind its effect continues in a create)
iitin than must men imagine. In the
nd it will make a man's name a per
nanent matter, a piece of real proper-
y Mint up in the mines ol men unti
t liecotnes more valuable titan any
irner 101 in ins locality.
Ip you lose a watch, a dos or a child.
r if you desire people nut to trust
vour wife, you rush to your local pa-
icr, Knowing that every one will read
he advertisement Hut you will plinl
tlong in business year after year, with
iut calculating how much ynu nre Ins-
ng by not advertising it Importer
If those persons who profesj to be
ieve that newspaper advertisement)
ire not real hy the puhlio wish to be
tnnvineed ot their error, just let them
:ivo publicity to some mutter thev
would notcire to divulge to the world.
even in the most obscure corner of h
country paper, and see what notoriety
uiey wouiu soon aituin. Aavertiser 4
Gazette.
Advertising is apt to give ns that
zentlejiigof conscience which tells Of
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon ns the hay was in
Peihnps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say thnt adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Ex.
Wht do people rend advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
whitt is going on. To sco if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to Gnd 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. lieeause they
have rend 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 priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advkJtnge
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of tbe many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. Hut
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 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. But there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
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 ef what may be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. Learn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when and
where" oi it, and yon will have a
knowledge worth having.
mi) your '';
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(fpi-v-ua IlanvfMl. who ',
lrTrrS 3tta maniihutiiraa J
P"-.'Jp'Vrilfi an l ilrtita i-
W12iwvii5r' cliiiively 1 n
Va ff'vj SRI lj tno-e.irtultt. 3
jrVCjrTnf, tention jiT 7
ir)t King IXilt J
a a u m
,X VH.T.Halmb6lJ.
MAllK.
k HARNEY'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHl,
li the only Knnwn Remedy ,or A'H'f
which it lint been plveu, IrriUllou of the Necto
-..ur. 1 j n..li.r, t,t tin. KiHnfvsj
01 tne wauuer mm iiii.ui......... - - ---,'-
Ulceration of the Kidney; and BlailtU r, Helen-
. . t 1 11.. ........ a nf tlin I'mViHrA liinntl.
Stone in tho Bladder Uravel Brick Dust Demisit,
and Slucous or jhiikv am.ch. rK". ""'.""
fuebleditnd Delicate Constitutions of both beiesj
atteiiileil who ine iuiiuhihk ,'fy"""" J, ;
of Tower, Loss of Memory, imncuuy m j.....
lnu. Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain In tho
Pallid Countenance, Useftude of the 8ytem, etc.
., 1 1 . ..... l ih. Hm-llnA nr rhnnire of
I'BCU IIT liermniB i, -
life; after conBuemeut or labor poius, bed-wet-
tlMBT in Cllliureii, eic. .... -
In many affectlont peculiar to ladle", the Zf
. . ..u.. 1 ...lu,l l.tf n v nlhir ri-Hief vw
At In Clilonmla or Hetentioii, Irregitlariiy, Puin-'
fulness or suppression 01 1, ii.iiiinnrjj..a.i-.i-"Mif.
Ulcerated or Schlrrtu itnto of tho Utertii", lAi-
, 1r1.l.... at..,.llitf and f,ip all rnnf
CorrilUL-B r u.ii-n, i-iv, , .. .
plaints Incident to tho (ex. It is prencrilictl
i-. l..l.. k hA mml .mlnnnt Vli VMirlilll. Ami
MIdwives for enfeebled and dclicalo vuiutitn
tlnna nt hnth arTPS nnd all flirea. rt
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT HVCltVt
Writ DUtniei Aiirinq from imyruumm.
It Mil of 1iiHpntlon, c. In all their itai;cs, ai
11. I. l.iintr.k 111 lllel llfl in-
convenience, and 110 cxpoaure. It causes a fro-
, r 1 ..I - .Hnni , II n4.t.-
therehy removing Obstnictlon,TreveiitiK ami
, 1 Tu..!... ... l,n ITruthPA AllllVIUI TAin
and Inflammation, so frequent In thia cluna of dta-
easca, ana expeiuug nu (juibuiwu.
KEAIINEY'S EXTKACT DVCnP,
tl.uuiier iiiutiuui p. , r
to nnv aililres-, secure from observation, bold hy
l . 1 I.,..,n..l k.
UrUL-eiMm-ierTHIieiu. .iit,u,,,, j
i n.,.ni all lettoraf 'tlfornialion thonisi b
addreencd.
AVOID QUACK8 l'tO IMPOSTER8.
Bo Cbargt fcr Advlco asd Consultalicn.
r. 1 ft fi..,f tfi..ln,.in nf .1 ffrxnn M.tHsai
n-n ... ll.ll...l..l..l,in .i.it ,,,i ftf Ht.vi.rHl 1 illlmlHia
works, can he consulted oil all dlseuse of thu
Siltial or Urinary uru'sna, (.wnii-ii ni nm inuuu
au ufiifrtul sillily), either III muij nr lemnie, u
matter from what raiifre origin-it Iiil'. 1 r of h"W
1..n.. i,.,ilii,,r A nrtirllen ,f ail vilirrt eliullleS
hlnrto treut discuses with ;.ccuss. Cures pmir
anteed. Cliariris reasimahle. Those at a m
n,,.. ,.n.. r,.i-ie,ir,l llli-P f lie.i lilllLf .VtilDtCllHS.
and eiiclo-ini; sianip Id in puy pustap'. J
DCIIII lor lilt rrniil. r tint in. I lit.: j i , itir,
i. U. DVOTT, M. 1)., Physician and Surgi-oa,
1W Diu.uo t)U,v)V Voik.
KING OF THE BLOOD.
thi moit inonoran rtrnmitn or Tea
BLOOD TET DUCOVEnKD.
CITRES ALL I1UMOR9, FROM A COMMOX
JSKUFTIO.TI TW XUJS WOUST bUUOr'ULA.
Br Its nae Caacern an mrnA. kx4
Cancerona tumora are dispersed without thesnr
geon'a kuife Scrofula conquered, and Consump
tion preveiueu ami cureu.
Venereal Disease-, Mercurial and Miner
al Poisons, anil their effects eradicated, and vlenr.
ens health and a aonnd cnnsUtiition established.
Female Weaknesa and DianiMi
Dropsy, general or partial; Swelling, external or
Internal; and Tumors are reduced and dispersed
IB a very anon uuie.
Krvaloelai. Bait Ithenm. Scald Tfeail.Mif
Fever Soret are soon removed by tliia powerful
ueiergem nietncinc.
Scorbutic Disease. Dandrnfl. Reslr
or Rough Skin, and Pimples quickly jive way,
leaving the skin smooth and fair.
Chronlo Dlaeaeea, Fever and Ap-ne, Sit
ordered Liver, Oysuensia, Rheumatism, Nervosa
Affections, General Debility, in short, all th
tnmercms diseases canted by bad blood are con
qnered. and give way before this moat powerful
corrector, the King of the Blood.
Each bottle contains between forty and
fifty ordinary doses. cosUng only one dollar.
From one to roar or five bottle will
enre Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ring Worm, Pim
ples on the Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptions, etc.
From two to eight bottles will euro
Scaly Eruptions of the bkin, Ulcers, Soret, and
Canker inthe Month and Stomach.Erytlpelat,etc.
From two to ten bottle will restore
healthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will reg
ulate the Bowels and Kidneys.
From two to alx bottle win be found
tactual in curing Neuralgia, Sick-Headache, St.
Vrnt' Dance, and Epilepsy.
From five to twelve bottles will ear)
the worst cases of Scrofula.
From three to twelve bottle will
enre severe and ohttinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to four bottle will enre the
Worst cases of Piles, and regulate Costive Bow.li,
From two to ten bottles will cars
bad cases of Dropsy.
Price It per bottle, or t bottles for t&
Bold by all Druggists
D. RASSOM, SOS Jt CM Propr'i, ,
Be Uttfmmi till In local colnmn. BeJale, If. T.
6 CHROMOS
cisz.0 ni lnscEizr," " ooo -losirnn,"
I "srmita rLowiRS," "summer iLowras.j
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t ail XmM wblh laT.rmli Uw aaclara, I. men.
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n. H, ALOOTT, pubUilur, 01 w. run SU, CiatiaaauV o
AOKXT9 etry here to s.ll our new Da
WASHED to tell our new ihhI novel em
broiitennK marhine, send tor lllir.ralwd elr
enlar, to the MuKee ManufacturUM(ComaBv.
0 fireadway, Kew totk. lmyam .
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