THE VINTON RECORD.
THURSDAY. AUG. 14. 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, May ttth, 18TC, trains
will run aa ioiiowb: ma a, , u..
rua daily; ill other train dmly, Sun Jaji ex
No. . Nn. S. No. I.
stations! St.LEx. FtL. Cia. Ex.
Cinrtnni!.....-...li 'pm 1 oopm 7 d-lam
Chillicolhe ... x l&'m oopm U
Richland Fur.-.. J 04m tHprn 13 Mpm
Hamden 3 17hbj tsipin li &-pm
MoAtmi.......... iin Ul'in J '.m
Vinton , S 37sm 81 pin 1 lpm
Zsleaki S sra 29pm 1 2fpm
Hope Furnace.... 8 bum -ispm 1 3pm
rarrburM.. 2m 35pm 4 2upm
Ptations. Kast L. Bt.LEx
Park ersourg ....... O0m U lopm
1 3 Aim
1 4 torn
Hop Furnace.. iu wain
. K.lul 11 lMm 3 uipm
finton 11 l"sm S "'pn
, MoAthu II lm 3 20pin
Usmden .... .11 30am 3 3lpm
HichlHiid Fur..-11 46m 3 pm
Chillicolhe IS Mpm 4 45pm
Cincinnati.... .-.4 Winn IWpm
NO. twill stop belwen Cincinnati and HI n
cheater, Ml C. 8. Juncnon and Loveland on
It; Miit ol Blsm-hester it will Mop i ail su,
lion except Farmers', Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral, New England. Big Run, Cutler. Lit
tie nocking, Flemings', and Tunnel. Ml. 3
will atop on Western Division at (!. 8.
Junction, Ljveland ud Greenfield only, on
Eastern Division nt Hamden, McArlh ur,
Zaleski, and nil stai Ions east ot Alliens. Tin.
' train will alio atop at King's, Iniireun, Monn
yilleand Mineral City onsignid. MOS.S AND
will stop at O. 8. Junction, Loveland,
Greenfield, Chilluothe. Hamden, Athens and
Bcoll'a Landing only. NO. t will makcall the
atop between Parkerchurg and Hlanchesttr,
except Tunnel, Fleming's, LHlie lloekmz,
Mineral City. King's, Ingham Vinton Fur
nace and Farmers'; between Hlannnester and
Cincinnati, at Loveland. C. A 8. Junction and
Cumminsvilleonly. NO. 4 will stop at Bel
pre, Vinoent'a, New England, all stations bes
tween Athens and Hamdeii, and west of Ham
' den. at t.'lnllicolhe, Greenfield, Loveland,
Madisonville, C. 8. Junction and Cuminint
PARKERSBURG, MARETTA AND ZALESKI
The Parkersbiirg, Marietta and Z doskl Ac
tommodatinn leaves Zaleski nt tt 10 a. m.,
arriving at Parkersburg at 30 a. m ; re
turning leaves Parkersbiirg H 3 10 1'. M.
arriving at Zaleski at 6 60 P. M. Tint train
stops al all st ition-t.
The Znleski Freight going easl leaves
Chillicolhe at 6 00 a. m.; Ravsville 7 35; Rich
land Furnace, 8 05; Hamden, arrive 8 35
depart 9 00; McArthur, 3; Vinton, 10 05;
Ziileaki 10 50. (ioing weHt-Z:ilesKi,4 00 p.m ;
Vinton 4 30, McAilhir 5 Oil; Hnmden, arrive
t 30-depart 6 Ul; Richland Furnace, 6 30;
RayTl!!e, 7 ; ChiKicnthfl. ? W.
Trains on the PURI'St.MOU'i'H BRANCH
will leave Hnmden atO 15 a.m. and 3 43 p.m'
arriving at Portsmouth at II 20 a m. and 0 45p.
ni. Returning trains ill leave Portsmouth at
15 a. m, and 12 35 p. m ., arriving at Ham
en at 11 1ft a, m. and 5 45 p. m.
Trams connect as Loveland for all points on
the Little Miami Railroad, and nt the Indianap
olis and Cincinnati Railroad Juncti .n fur all
pointa West; at Athens, with the Columbus
with the B. t
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHABLES "W. BAENETT, Proprietor
WILL run regmerly to McArthur Station
to meet all trains.
Uwlt leaves McArthur post office at 10
o'clock, A. M , to meet Fast Line West; at
12 M. to meet the Cincinnati Express going
east; at 2 o'clock P. M., to meet the St. Louis
Express going west; at 5 P. M. Tor Fast Line
ast. Will meet the Parkersbiirg, Marietta
and Zaleski Accommodation on application
In person or by Ictmr.
Orders left at the post office, McArthur, r
Pundaa, promptly ntundedtn.
2iirar CHARLES W.BARNETT.
I WILL run hack from Wilkesville t
Hamden and return every Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday for the accommo
dation of passengers, milking close connec
tion with the mail trains on the M. A C. R. R.
1 will also carry express packages shipped
to or from points by the Adams Express Co.
aep7 ISAAC W- MILLER.
Tressed coal, prepared from
waste coal dust, is extensively
tjsed on some of the French
railroads .for luel. Originally
the cost of this article was very
little, and by tbe use of it a
very great saving of expense
was made. Since the advan
tages ot this kind of fuel have
become known the demand has
increased, and the quality of
tbe article has improved, con
eeqaenlly the price is greater
Yet it is much cheaper than or
dinary coal; and what was for
merly entirely waste material
has become of great commer
A notable feature of the re
cent frethet in the Hocking
Valley was an upheaval of the
snakes and rats that inhabited
a low tract of land that was
submerged. Hundreds of prai
rie rattlesnakes (Massauga,)
water-snakes and rats lined the
fences and roads in the vicinity.
The people were astonished at
tbe numbers of their objection,
able neighbors, and the boys
-opened a sanguinary warfare
A letter from Camp Brown,
situated about forty miles from
Camp Stainbaugh, Wyoming,
says a band of hostile Indians
appeared id the vicinity of old
Camp Brown on the 20th ol
July, and attacked a house and
killed two women. They at
tempted to commit no other
depredations before a body of
armed men got in pursuit.
The Texas cattle fever, which
has been prevailing in north'
west Missouri for two weeks
past, has carried off several
thousand head and is still rag
ing. Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
True to the last The shoe
maker. Expebiemcb will teacb any man that
it it advantageous to patronize Uioee
whotdwtiss in mwspapers'j
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
CJ A. V O L I O
ia a substitute for soap for all household
purposes, except warning domes.
S A. T? O Ij I O
tor cleaning your house wll mt the labor ol
one cleaner, uive u a inai.
ft A. "P O Li I O
for window! i better Ihnn whiting or wafer.
eu rfiiiuviiijc, vu miui Rim uai prw.
i leans paint and wood, in fact the entire
house, belter than soap. No slopping, bales
labor, lou can t afford to be without it.
S A P O L I O
for scouring knives is belter and cleaner than
bath brick. Will not scratch-
S A 3? O Hi I O
is bitter than aoap and sand for polishing tin
warj. Bitghlena without soiatching.
S A 1 O la I O
polishes brass and copper utensils better than
acid oi oil aud rotten stone.
S A 1 O Hi I O
for washing dishes and glassware ii invaluable
Cheaper than aoap.
S A P O Ij I O
removes stain from marble mantles, tables
and statuary, from hnrd-tinuned walla, and
fiom china and porcelain.
S A P O L I O
removes stalna and grease from carpet a
other woven fabrics.
There ia no one article known that will
do mo ninny kluda of work and da it
well as Sa. olio. Try it.
new and wonderfully effective
toilet soap, having no equal in
this country or abroad.
as an articleforthelmth'reach
es for the foundation" of all dirt,
miens the pores and lives a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the skin.
cleanses and beautifies the skin,
instantly removing any stain or
Dieiman irom uotn nanus ana
HAND SAP OLIO
iswithont a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness and chapping of either
bunds or face.
HAND RA POLIO
removes tar, pitch, Iron or Ink
stains and grease; for workers
in machine shops, mines, Ac, is
invaluable. For making the akin
white and soft, at d giving to it
'bloom ot beauty," it is un
xurpassed by any oosmetio
costs 10 to 19 cents per cake, and
everybody should have it. You
will like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRYTHESEGOODS
liny It of your merchant if behna It or
will procure It for yoa. If not then write
for our pnniiihlct., "All about Sapollo,"
and It will be mailed free.
liNOOH MORGAN'S SONS.
in PARK PLACE, K. Y.
To sell our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture of scenes in the lale civil war.
Bend stamp for circular.
w. j. noi.LAxn & co.,
Springfield, Mass., or Chicago, 111.
FA It HI FOR MALE.
ilm,r'HE Jennings aim,
: esi Jj v'; A one mile north -west
illiQstjatof Hamden, adjoining
farm of Hon. T. M. Bay,
cuutHining 180 acres, 130 acres in grass and
balance in timber, A new two-story frame
hoii-e, barn, smoke-house and other necesaa
ry out-houses are among the Improvements.
The larm hea well, is well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re-
ralr. For further information inq'iirenf
2ep K.S.WILCOX Hamden, Ohio.
Fall term begins September 2, 1873.
For Catalogue or information, address
W. II. SCOTT,
BENJ. F. ARMSTRONG.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE In Davis' Building, opposite
the Vinton County National Bank, up stairs,
Edward T. Dearth. Plamtifl. against Franklin
attachment before A. N. Cezad, J. P. of Rich-
land township, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON tne 20th day of Julv, A. P. 1873, said
Justice issued an order of atutjhmentin
the above action for the sum of six dollars
and forty cent. EPWABD T. DEARTH.
July the 2h, 1873. 3w
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOTICE is hereby given that we forbid all
persona tresspassing on our premiss in
any manner whatsoever. Any person found
on oui premises without permission will be
prosecuted to the lull extent ot the law.
17jull873 iw HARVEY KOBBUiS.
The Best and Cheapest
Id ONE OF
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS KEPAIKED,
MANUFACTORY Ho. 119 WEJiT 4th tt.
"tlf ANTED, agents sod peddlers for our
vv Press and btrainer Presses and strains
lams, jellies, herbs, vegetables, lard, tallow,
meats, cheese, Ac. liver 60,000 sold in a
lew localities, bells quick. Every family
wants it. Rowing Machine and other eiab
Iished agents are Bnding this very profitable.
Circulars fiee. butleheld and l)ame, 102
Washington street, boston, Mass. ImajDw
Sent un receipt ol 2b cte. Unique printing
and publishing House, ,36 Vesey street, tew
The Berkwlth 20 Family ftewlnr Ma
chine, en SO lfays Triuli many advantag
es over all. batialacliun guaranteed, or tiO
efunded. bent complete.witb full directions.
Heckwilh Sewion Machine Co.. 8t,2 Hrii.
$3,000 FOE 20 CENTS
Before you start on a wuioey, buy ar acci
dent insurance ticket of the Ksilasy passen
grra Asai.ranc Co., ol Haitford, Conn. Tick
ets for sale at railroad stations, Asi for an
The nexi term in College and Academy be
sins Thursday. Sept. 4. The town is health.
ful and pleassnt, the people intelligent re
fined and in full sympathy with the college.
t abinets aud apparatus are large ana excel
lent: the number of volume SJ.OHO. Csndl
dates lor the ministry have tuition and room
reut resulted, aud aid is given toother worthy
students needing it. The aiteni'snce ol the
last two years much larger than before. Ad
dress the President, 1. W. ANDKKWd.
(Slotlfltir dsyl Aients wanted) All
euner sri, v ung or oia, make moie money
at work for ns in llieir snare moments, or all
the time, than anything else. Particulars free.
Address O. b'l'lNsuN A CO., Portland.Maine.
We cure the habit per.
manentiy, cneap, quick,
MrithDllk .nHrin0 Ar in.
your case. Address 8. Q.
AKMSTKONU, M. D,
THE PAKLUR CO.HPASilOSf.-Ev-
ei y lady wants cue I Every man wants one I
8ent on receiptor ten cents. Address L. F.
HVLt CO. MO Heventn Avenue, New York.
THE NEW ELASTIC TRl'NN. An
Important fermltoa It retains the rupture at
all times, and under the hardest exercise or
severest strain. It is worn wilhcomtort, and
If kspt on uight and day, fleets permanent
cure in a few weeks. Bold cheap, and sent by
mail when requested, circulars bee, when or
dered br letter sent to The Elastin Truss Co.,
No. 883 Brosdwry. N.V. City. Nobody uses
metal spring trusses; too painful; they slip
on too frequently., lmyam
T7OR AU WHO A RE WILLING TO WORK
V Any person, old or young, of elih"! aex,
can matte irom siu to i.u per weeg, at home
or in connection witn otner business, want
ed by al . BUtahle to either city or country
and any season of the year. This is a rare
opportunity for those who are out of work
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No capital being required Our
pamphlet. "How to Make a Living." trlvinsj
fill instructions, sent on receipt of in cents.
Address, A. BURTON A CO.,Mornsiana,West
cnester Co., n. n. lmyam
GRANDEST SCHEME E'EE KNOWN
Fourth Grand Gift Conceit
For the Benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARYof KENTUCKY
12,000 CAiR GIFTS $1,600,000.
Every Fifth Ticket Draws a Gift.
8250,000 for S50.
The Fourth Grand 0;fl Concert authorised
by special act ofihe Legislature for the bene-.
rttor the I'uhiio Libraryy of Kentucky, will
inb piHi-v in ruuuo itiurnrj nail, at 1.0UIB
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1873
Only sixty thousand tickets will be sold and
one-lmlf of these are intended lor the Euro
pean Market, thus leaving only .Hi,UHi for Ble
in ine unitea ntates, wnere 100,000 were dis
posed of for the third concert. The tickets
are divided into ten coupons or paita and
u, ve ui. iir,r imi-H me acneiiie wun aiuu eX'
planation of their mode of drawinir.
At this concert which will be the grandest
miisn-ai uispiay ever wnneasen in lli.s coun
try, the unprecedented sum of
divided into 12.000 cash triila will ha Hl.trih.
men oy lot among the ticket holders. The
numliers of the tickets to be drawn from on
wneei oy onnu children and the gifts Irom an
other. LIST OF GIFTS.
One grand cash gilt. S250.rn0; one vrsnd
cnh gill, lou.ooo; one grand cash gift, 60,000;
mm itrii.i csn gin, za,uiii, one grand cash
girt, 17,500; 10 cash Kilts 10,000 each, lllo.ooo:
30 cash gifts ft,uoo each, I60,oo0; Mi cash gifts,
,,"w rutni ou,um', wMiasn guts, 000 eacn o,
Olio; lis) cash gifts 41s) each, 4O,m-0; IMcash
gills 300 each, 4.',oon; 260 cash a- Its. 200 ea-h.
60,iHj; 325 sash gifts loo each, 33,oOU; 11,000
cash gifts 50 each, 640,tsK).
Tot,tl, 12,000 gilts, all cash, amounting lo
The distribution will be positive, whether
an nie hckou are som or not, and the 12,000
gifts all paid in proportion to the tickets sold
kll unsold tickets being destroyed, as at
the first and second conceits, and not repre
sented in the drawing.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets 150, halves 25; tenths or each
coupon, 5; eleven whole tickets for 500; 22
iirnew inr ii.twnoie iicaeta lor o,uiai;
227 whole tickets for 10,000. No discount rn
less than J500 worth or tickets at a time.
The unparalleled success of the third ffifl
concert, as well as the satisfaction given by
"it nrst ami secon ', manes 11 only necessary
to announce the fourth to insure the nromnt
sale ot every ticket. The fourth gift concert
win re conuuctei in an its detail like the
third, and full particulars may tie learned
from circulars, which be sent free from this
office to all who apply for them.
1 icaeta now ,esiy lor sale, and all orders
accompanied by the money promptly filled.
Liberal terms given to those who buy to sell
again. THOS.E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Piibl. Libr., Ky., and Mnnaeer Gilt Con.
I). . .1 : .. , : l 1 1 . . : 1 . : . .
ruuiiu uiuritry .DUiluing, Jouis
Write for price list to J. II. JOIISSTO!
GREAT WESTERN' GUN
1799mithfiel at. Pitlsbnrrh. Pa.
Breech-loadinishnt'guna, !40to J.TOO. Double
snoi guns, js to iito. bingte gone, l to I2U.
Rifles. f8 to 175. Revolvers, 15 to 125, P,s
tols, II to t. Gun material, fishing tackle.
Ac. Large discounts 10 dealer, or clubs.
Army guns, revolvers, etc., bought or traded
for. floods sent b express 0, O. D. to be
examined before paid for.
ONLYTHINK! 25 CENTS
For a half a pint kettle of
The best and theanest Bilters msde. Thee
cure nn utiiiuus Diseases anq are mvaiusnie
as a preventive of lever and sane, dumb ague,
chills acd fxver, etc., eto. Manufuctured by
tne ruuK MAN'S BrrTF.no CO., OHWKOo,
N. T. Large bottles, full quarts, fl. aWTFor
sale by all druggists. .
Havinz struisled twenty years
between life and death with Astn
ma or Phthisic, I experimented
myself by compounding roots
and herbs, and inhaling the med
icine thus obtained. 1 fortunate-
y discovered a most wonderful
remedy and aurecure for Asthma'
and its kindred diseases. War
ranted to relieve the severest paroxysm in
stantly, so the patient can he down to rest and
sleep comfortably. ONKTRIAfi PACKAGE
bEfiT BY MAIL FREE OF CHARGE. Ad
dress D.LANGELL.Apple Creek, Wayne Co.,0
1 No tar used, forontside work And Inside,
instead of plaster. Felt carpetings, Ac Bend
2 stamps for circular and samples. C.J. FAY,
NOTICE is hereby siren that a petition will
be presented to the Commissioners of Vin
ton Couoty, O. at their next regular session,
to be held on Monday, the 1st day ol Septem
ber, A. D. 1873, praying for the establishment
of a county road along the following described
route, lo wit; commencing at a white oak tree
at McArthur Station, from thence soulh-eaat-e'ly
with the street leading past the swelling
bouse of OryilleGunning sod through theprem
ises of the heirr of Htephen Baits, de'd, to the
west Ime of the land and premises of Richard
1 imms, thence easterly through the lands of
said Timms to the north-east corner of the
noi th-west quarter of section No. ten, lOj of
township No ten, (101 of rtnge No. seventeen,
1 17, thence eart on or near the se lion line
through the lands ol William Mai tin, Patrick
Craig, Nelson HoHhinee, .eorge Craig, Phil
ip Warner, Hamden furnace Co. and L'sniel
Hall to the south-east corner of section No.
two, 2 of said township and range, thence a
north-easterly direction through the lands ol
Frederick England to a poiot In the county
road leadios from Eagle Furnace to McArthur
about four 4 rods north of the barn on said
England's premises, the place of terminus.
. , . . MAM "TITIOfiEKS.
July 81st, A. D.W3, 4
FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
r I' HR RELIANCE FIBB COMPANY ef
A ChliUeathe oner for sale their engine in
good working order, together with a hose
carriage and several hundred feet ef hoae,
Kor particulars call on or address the Bee re-
'ffui J. H. NUGENT,
NOTICE Is hereby given that an application
will be made to the Guveraer of i ihio lor
the pardon of Edmond Quinn, convicted al
the May term, A. D. 1871 of the Vinton conns
ty Court of Common Pleas, of cutting with in
lent lo wound, sod sentenced to hard labor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for the term of one
''' B. C.JONES A E N. BARNHILL,
Att'ys for Edmoud Quinn.
J. S. Mc COMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Oppoeito the Emmitt Home,
Sbreckengauat'i Old Stand.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALIS IN
Fine Gold Jewelry.
- Agent for
American and Foreign Watchei.
N. Y. "
Beth Tbomai Clucks,
O. Id Setts
Pins and Studs
U llilE & TODD'S GOLD TEXS.
A FULL LINE 0FQO0D3 8UITABLB FOR
BRIDAL & BIETHDAY PEESEHT3
Goods made lo order and repairing done by
careful workmen. No extra charge for en
graving goods bought at this establishment.
2 jao IH73 ly
Of latest, most fashionable sod elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
! make it a noint to do all my work of the
beat material, and stand second to none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no appientice
boys about my establishment, and I can not
foil lo please any person who wants the beat
turnout made ip the country. I refer with
pride lo my customers throughout Soutuern
Ohio as lo the character of woik coming
from my factory, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perleot saUsraotion.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for Bale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing-, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
1 have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Bnggiei and Expresses,
Itft with me for sale, repaired and almost as
good as new, some of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
FARMS FOR SALE.
THE (sjm on which I now reside In Jack
son township. Pike Co., O., near Sharon
ville, and containing nearly six hundred acres
Also my farm in liberty toanship, Ross Co.,
(., and containing about S80 acres. I will sell
either or i
BOTH FARMS AT A BABGAIIf.
For further information call on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike Co., O, The
first farm ia in one of the moat desirable situ,
ations in the townshin The farm in Lioer-
ty'townshiiiis very convenient to the depot
at ionnonaerry. nswa duacs.
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
MINE A R'S HAT STORE
O. F. DTJFETJ,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods,
WOULD respectfully say to the citisens of
Vmton Co. that he has enlarged his stock
making one of the largest in the State. Our
business has increased every year up to the
firesent time and we leel thankful to the pub
ic for oast lavors. and are determined to keen
a large stock ol every thing usually fonnd in
a nrst-ciass jewelry bio re, ana win seep tne
finest stock of cold and solid silver. Jso the
best Plated (ioods , as low aa any house in tbe
We keep all the different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard, United Htatea, Elgin.
Waltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
ia gold and silver cases. Also a large line of
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
From 125 lo S300XM. also silver from 111 to
lieu. We have a veiy reliable full Jeweled
Silver Watch from IIS tofao.
A full line of all goods id oar Hoe, or made
to order by experienced workmen. Eeoair
Ing will receive prompt attention.
rieaae arop in ana see as. no trounie to
show goods. Zfjul
Aarerttsesaeats bteertetl as fair price.
A female lawyer argued an
important case before a Jus
tice's Court in Washington City,
on Tuesday. The novelty of
the thing attracted a great
crowd to see bow she managed
Frofessor Wuth, of Pitts
burg, has made a careful analy
sis ot some of the smoked
white fish which caused severe
sickness in families where il
bad been eaten, and discovers
that it has been treated with
creosote to preserve it, and
give a good color to tbe meat
Forney's Press says that it
the money which our people
spend in going to Europe were
expended at borne, in planting
trees, in improving streets
and in building up manufact
ures, we would soon have a
country more worthy of being
seen than Europe, and the Eu
ropeans would come to visit us,
Enough money will be spent
in Europe this year to build
manufactures in Illinois ths-t
would increase the value oi
corn ten cents a bushel.
King of the Blood.
For Dropsy. Case. I was
attacked with abdominal dropsy
four years ago, I took medicine
from five different doctor0; I ap
plied to the sixth, but he declined
attempting my case, saying he
thought me past remedy. An
other thought he might help me
if I would be tapped, but I was
so weak I thought 1 could not
bear it. I then saw your King of
the Jslood advertised. My son
8nid he would send to yoa for it,
and did bo. When 1 began to
to take it I could not lie down or
sit up straight by wearing a
bandige I was able to walk a lit
tle. 1 had not put on my stock
ings for some months. Persons
who visited me thought 1 could
not live any length of time. 1
very soon felt that your medicine
was helping me, and by the time
1 had used the second bottle I
could put on my stockings, and
began to feci comfortable. In
two months the water was all
gone, and I was a living skeleton;
but my appetite was good, and I
began to gain flesh, and now I
look as well as ever I did, and
feel quite well. S HAH Pkntz.
See adveitiseineut in another
An Act of Cruelty.
Chapped hands and free are
the most serious annoyances that
formers, and people who labor
much out of doors, experience
from exposure. Exposed per
sons, especially children, repeat,
edly suffer intensely from great
cracks upon the hands, that often
bleed. It is cruel to allow one's
self or others to suffer in this
way, when the means of positive
prevention are bo easy to be had,
and so cheaply, as to pay ten
cents foraenke ot land Sapolio.
Hand Sapolio is not only better
than the costliest soap tor re
moving dirt, but it prevents
chopping, and renders the skin
soft and pliable. Sold everywhere.
Wilhoft's Auit-Periodic or Fever
and Ague Tonic.
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
lions fever, enlarged spleen, pe
riodic neuralgia, sun pains, and
that horrible maldy, 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 cure.
Wilhoft's Tonic cures perman
ently and destroys the periodic
ity of chills and malarious fevers.
Farmers should not fail to ex
amine tbe patent farm gate for
which (ieorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur. is the fent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
ana cneapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costins fifty ner cent.
less than the old fashioned gate,
ana is more durable, for it can
not saz. Examine it when vou
are in McArthur.
AriTKBTlHtNa reminds nennla ol
thincrs thev had been nantins? b.1,
along, but had forgotten all about
Simonts, Photographer, Chilliotithi
girei careful attention to makiog oop
lea ol other p:otnre. Pictures may bi
made aa large aa life from the tiniea
locket picture, and made in every wa
satiafaotory by careful and judioiou
coloring. Photographs from nature o
from other pictures colored in the bes
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tei or iuk, at rates to suit an circum
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
IS now reclving tha largest snd snost attract
ive stock he has ever opened.
Invited to his Superior Assortment
New Fabrics and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves
LACE S AGUES and LACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
LaceGooda and Embroideries
In new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICE8.
It. II. SMART.
VTOTIOe; is hereliy given that a petition if I
CM he presented lo the Commissioners o
Vinton County, Ohio, at their next session ti
be held all MondH", September 1st. 1H73, prii)
ing for he estuldishnient of a comity ron
slung the following route, to wit' Beginning a
I he south end ol' .Market street, in Hie town o
Mc.trihur, in said county of Vinton, Iron
thenne south aliottt 't)' degrees west, on i
line with said street through the lands nn
premises of Ksrn P Holhu-ll, Jnscph lioil
driilge, I land K. Hnird, linrvcy Ruliliins, an
the heirs of Sarah llolio, deceased, to a pom
in the center ol the Jackson road, north o
the resilience of Levi Wyn an, thence eoutl
through Hie Inn-Is and prein ises of Levi Wy
limn to a stake 4 i links west of an apple tie,
near the south line of said Wyiiiiin's prom
lse; thence south aliotll 8 decrees eiist to a
oak tree on the premises of Ivy llixoin, ne
Hie sniiih line of Elk township, and nar tip
south lineol thelnndsof srd Ivy llix-on
thence south alsmt 8 degreea west to a u liil
osk tree near the residence of John Halt
and lliroimh l he premises of the liena ot -Stir-hen
Suits, deceased, snid Inst menlione
joint being the terminus nl snid road, and til
ing in Uluton toru."liii Vinton cuintv, ohm
July 17, 1E73. it
f.o Person cui& Use tltese lua.ieie ac
cording to directions, ami remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed hy mine
ral poison or other menus, and vital orgaut
wasted beyond the point of rcpitir.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, ITeartnehe.
Pain lu the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructation!) of the Sto
mach, Had Tuste In the Mouth, Dillons Attncks,
Palpitation of the Heart, Iiiilnnimatlon of the
Lungs, Pain In the regions of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other pninful symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia. Ouo bottle will prove a
better guarantee of its merits tliau a lengthy
For FemnlcComplnlnte, In young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
decided an Influence that Improvement Is soon
For Iiidniiininlory mill ClironK
Rlieumntlsm and (iout, Dillons, i.emlticiit
and Intermittent Fevers, Discuses of the Uluod,
Liver, Kidneys anil Hladdcr, these Hitters hare
no equal, bucu Diseases are caused by Vitiated
They are a gentle Fnrgnllre as well
as a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In
fiainmntlnnorilio Liver aud Visceral Organs,
and in llilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, ErnpHnnn, Tetter, Rait
Rheum, blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Bolls, Carbuncles, King-worms, St-ald-llcad,
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolora
tlonsofUie Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
Skin of whatever name or nature, are lltcr
illy dug up and carried out of the sys
in In a short time by the use of these Hitlers.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Yinkoah
Bittkh9 the most wonderful lnvigoront that
iver sustained the sinking svstern.
It. II. PIcDO.MAi.D A. CO.
Druggists and flcn. Agls., San Francisco, Cal.,
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DltlUUISTS & DEALERS.
Jit. tituUK'S WIMS 0' TA li
Ten yrnrsj of n pnli
He test lies innvi-il it
(.'rook's Whip ol Tnr I
linvo more umiit thai
nny si in i hi r pri-piii-iitlm
ever olll-icil to tlio pub
lie. it Is rich in tip
medlciiml qualities o
Tor, nnd inn-ualod fo
(llxensi-s of tlie I liro.n
mid I.tina. pcrlormini
the uuvr itKMAitKAiu.i
curea. It EKFKcrvALi.1
cun-s ull t'ouitliM im;
Collin, it Iiiih cured at
many cases nf Allium
nnd ilroiirliltia, thai I
bus been pronounced i
spi't-illo for these com
plaints. For I'liina in
1 1 io llrcnst. Hide oi
linck. Ui-nvrl or Kill
nrv lliNriiNP. llisi-iLso,
3f tlio I'riiinr.r Orcniis. Jniimlice, oi
any I.lver t'niliiiiit It. bus uo eciuui
It la nlao a auix-rior Ton r,
Itcstorca the Appetite,
KtrenelhriiK tlic S.vkIcih.
Restores the M onk anil l) billlntrd.
I'smaea the t'ooil to Digest.
Removea Dytipepsln nnd Inillga-Niion.
Prevents Malnrioua Fevera.
OItos) tone to your hyatcin.
Tiat Pale, Yellow, Sickly-Looking Skit
la clinnecd to one of fii-sliness and lie.ilth
ThoHe Diaensiea of the Nkln, Plmplea
Pnatulen, Blotches and F.rnptlona art
of the F.yes, White Swrllliiar, llleoro.
Old Norea or nny kind of Humor rnpiillj
dwindle nnd illsnppear under IU Influence
In fact it will do you more good, and curt
you more speedily thnn nny and nil othei
preparations combined. Whitiiltt It Is na
ture's own restorer I A soluble oxyd of Iror
combined with the medleinRl properties a
Poke Root divested of all dlsanreeable quid
Itlea It will cure any Chronic or Long
Standing; Iliseae whose real or dlreo
cause Is bad blood. Rheamatlsm.Palm
In I.lmbsor Ilonen.t'oiiatllntlona bro
ken down by Mercurial or other poisons
re all cured by It. For Nj philla.or Syph
ilitic taint, tlmre Is notlilns eoiinl to it
A trial will prove It. ANK FOR DR
CROOK-NT I n FOUND Milt 11 VI
Buy your '
- r - I boots and !
.VSi I Shoes or I.W. 1 !
I WIIXiN, at ' S
iTAw-al Hamden, who
lfrVriliafll manufactures '
CJr,rJJ and deals si
UX22vTri'' J ' elusively I a '
NaTdVJWlH (nose articles.
J)VrSrirl 8ecial at-
JSLiUrAiVi tention given
KINO OF THE BLOOD.
TEI HOST TH010F8H PtmmiB Or EI
BUX1D TIT DUCOTIHXD,
CTTTIE3 ALL HUMORS, FROM A COMMOH
ERUPTION TO TUB faoRiT SCROFULA.
Br Ita use Cancers are eared, anl
Cancerous tumors are dispersed without the sar
geon't knife Scrofula conquered, and Couiulnps
lion prevented and cured. ... ,
Venereal Diseases, Mercnriil and Miner,
al Poisons, sud their effects eradicated, and vigor,
eus health and a sound constitution established.
Female Weakness and Disease t
Dropsy, general or partial; Swellings, externa) of
Internal; and Tumors are reduced and dispersed,
la a very short time.
Erysipelas, Salt Rhenm, Scald Ttesd,u4
Fever Sores are soon removed by Ihii powerful
Scorbutic Diseases, DandratT, Scaly
or Rough Skin, and Pimples quickly give wsy,
leaving the skin smooth and fair.
Chronle Diseases, Fever snd Agne, Dis
ordered Liver, Dyspepsia, Rheomatlim, Nervous
Affections, General Debility, in short, all the
numerous diseases canscd by bad blood are eon.
nnered, and give way before this most powerful
corrector, the King of the Blood.
Eacb bottle contains between forty and
fifty ordinary doses, costing only one dollar.
From one to four or are bottles wfil
cure 8alt Kheuro. Scald Head, Ring Worm. Pinti
pies on tbe Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptions, ate.
From two to eight bottles will cars
Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, Ulcers, Boras, and
Canker in tbe Month and Stomarh.Kryslpelaa.ete.
From two to ten bottles will restore
healthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will reg
ulate the Bowels and Kidneys.
From two to alx bottles will be found,
effectual in curing Neuralgia, Sick-Headache, St.
Vitus' Dance, and Epilepsy.
From five to twelve bottles will cure)
the worat cases of Scrofula. ...
From three to twelve bottles will
tare severe and obstinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to roar bottles will core the
Worst cases of Piles, snd regulate Costive Bowels.
From two to ten bottles will core
bad cases of Dropsy.
Price II per bottle, or 8 bottles for 5.
Sold by all Druggists
D. RAJiSOM, 80S k CO, Prspr't, ,
Bee testimonials In local column. BtSals, 5. Ts
tSK VH.T.Helmbold A.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tho only Known Remedy for Brlgfit's Dls
ea'C and has cured every cose of Dhibctcs In
which it bus been given. Irritation of the Neck
of the Bladder nnd Inflammation of the Kidneys,
Ulceration of tho Kidneys and Bladder, Reten
tion of Urine, Diseases of tho Prostato Oland,
Htnnc in tho Bladder, Cirnvcl, Brick Dust Deposit,
and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for En- ,
fccblcd and DclicatoC'nnstitutionaof both Sexes,
attended with the following symptoms: Loss
of Power, Loss of Memory, Dlfliciilty of Breath
ing, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Fain In tho
Bnrk, Flushing of the Body, Eruption on the Face,
Pullid Countenance, Lassitude of tho System, etc.
1 scd hy persons in the decline or chance of
life; after confinement or lubur pains, beu-wet-ting
in children, etc.
In many affections peculiar to ladles, the Ex
tract Unchu is uiicniialed by any other remedy
As in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Pain
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerated or Schirrus stato of tho Uterus, Leu
corrhasa or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints Incident to tho sex. It is prescribed
extensively by tho mort eminent Phrnclans and
Midwives for enfeebled and delicate constitu
tions of both sexes snd all ages. v
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BTJCIttr,
Vitrei VUtattt Atiting from Imprwlinett,
II :biu ot DitiinaUon, Etc., lo all their stages, at
little expense, little or no change In diet, no in
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and gives strength to urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying Pals
and Inflammation, so frequent In this class of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KEAKNEY'S EXTRACT BCCHF,
$1.00 per bottlo or six bottles for $5.00, delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold by
druggists everywhere. Prepared by
KEARNEY CO., 104 Dnans 8t,lt T.
to whom all letters t' '".formation should be
AVOID QUACKS flAD IMPOSTERS.
Ho Charge for Advice and Oonioltation.
Dr. J. B llyntr, Gradunlo of Jtfferton Mrdlrrt
Colltqt, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all discsses of tho
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which he hss msde
sn especial study), cither in male or female, no
matter from what cause originating, or of how
long standing. A practice of 80 years enablea
him to treat discsses with success. Cares guar
anteed. Charges reasonable. Those at- a dis
tance ran forward letter describing symptoms,
and enclosing stamp to prepay postage. A
Send fur the (iuide lu llrmih. Price 10 eeau.
- J-B-DiOTT, M. D., Physician snd Suites,
m Diumo St, New York.
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed to Ihe sn
ital stock ol the U.. MoA. C. R. R. ace
hereby requi.ed to make payment to the Sec
retary of Die Company, at his office on the
Publiu Square, in uallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to Daniel Will, President of tke
Tinton County Bank, at Mo.srlhur, Ohio, of
an inslallmept ol Ave dollars on each share
so subscribed, within tea days of this date.
August 10, 1871.
G.McA.aC. R. R.Co.
dee ( 1871.
S. T. BOCCESS.
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can al all times be found at his office.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfeot
salety, by the use of
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