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THE VINTON RECORD.
Mo ARTHUR, OllIO,
fti ..
THURSDAY. AU(J. 21, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and alter S.mday. Vr,T tMh, trams
will run as billows: Noa -1. 4. ' 11
run ilxily; all othr tiin ilaily.Hun lays excepted.
GOING EAST.
No. a.
No.
Cm Kx.
7 3-Satn
11 4Asm
14 4ipm
It Vipm
1 napm
1 lXm
1 ipm
4 'm
Blstinn.; Pt.LEx.
Cincinnati 1 W'pm
ChiHn-nthe lm
Richland Kur.. 3 Main
rUm'tcn- -. I7
Fust L.
1 nopm
a tmpm
5 4Him
mijiin
Mo.Wruca. Hm I.!""1
Vmloo S ST.un sxipm
f:ilki S.l'iani ipm
Horn Furnace.... Msm Wpm
ii"ain 9 Mpm
GOING WEST.
Hn..
Cm Ex
lit SUpin
1 t.Aiin
1 liim
1 17am
1 2lum
1 ilim
1 4.'m
1 4inm
6 Hm
No. 8. Nn 4.
Plslinns.' Fast I.. Bt.l.fCx
Parkerscurg ....... 'im l'i b'pm
H,,i (iriiw;e...lt' Mam lpm
ZhIoskI Wiiti 3 01pm
fmtoo U I'Hin 3 Kipm
Mo.tih'i H ltlain 3 2"pm
Ham-ten H 3Ham JM
Hiehlund Fur.... 11 4)m .1 44pm
Chillicothe -....18 Mpm 4 '""n
'!ini.iiin:iii .-.4 6opm 3"pn
NO. 1 will stopbetwten Cincinnati unii Kl n
Chester, al C. rt. Junction nd Lovcland on
ly; east ol Manchester it will slop at ail sis,
, lions except Farmers', Harper s, Mnonville,
Mineral. New England. Bin Run, Ui ler, .it
lie nocking, Flemings , and 1 unnei. N". d
will mop ou Western Invislnn At n. 8.
Jaw-ion, Livelnnd and Ureentiehl only; on
l iiiwiinn nt HHimieii. MeVrthnr,
anil all slat inns enst nt Alliens This
tram will o slop at Kiuk'x, Imthj-n.
villeand Mineral Cityonsignal. NOS.SAMi
.1 .,11 .Inn ill O. A 8. Junction. LoVclllll'l,
h.i rVnih-nihe. Hnmilen. Athens end
Bcotfa Landing onlv. NO. will makeall the
stops between Piirkerrhurg unci Mlnnerissnr.
except Tunnel, Fleming's, LiWe Hockinu,
Mineral thy. King's, Ingham Vmtnn Fur
nace and Farmers'; belween Ulancnester and
Cincinnati, nt LoveUml. 0. 8. Junction and
Cummiosville. oaly. NO. 4 will cl'P t Bel
pre, Vincent'!. New KiikIhii.I. nil ltion be
tween Athena nn l llmuVu,nil wei of Hm
den, lit t:iillicotlie, Hreeulleld, Lovelan.l,
lHilionville, C. S. Jrn':tion naCuiiiniiu
ills.
PAHKEnSI!rnr.,MVRF.TTV AND ZALES.
Kl ALt:oM.il'AnuN.
The PurkcrsburK, Marietta nlZleskl o
eoininmlHtinn lenven Zdexki nt M . m-.
urn viiik nt Furkeri-ljurK m " i re
tiirninii lenven Piirk-rsbiiri? it 3 1" M .
Brnvinicut Zuleki nt 0 60 V. M. lt'i ""
BCopsutall xt itwiH.
ZALFKI FRFKSIIT
Th Zuleski Freixlit K"in Ml lenyen
Chillicothe nt Win. m i Huvaville 7 V Rich
lnd ri.nince, li lliini'len, Rrrive 8 .W
deport tl McArtliur, 9 3'i; Vinton, In K;
ZileHki lu'xt. Hoinn wet L ilcKi,4 OOp.m
.Vinton 4 3i, MeAithir6 Ui Humden, nrnve
b 3D depart 0 mi; Richland Furnace, S 30;
Riivville, 7 (Kl; Chillicothe. 8 35.
Trama on the-fOK I'S.MOUTH BRANCH
will leave llnmilen at 0 1ft a.m. and 3 4Sp.m
arnvin at i'urtnmouth at 11 ia m.and B4p.
m. RHturninKtminx ill leave Portsmouth nt
8 IS a. m, ami i 35 p. m , arriving nt 11am
ten at 11 IS a- m. and 5 4ft p. m.
Tram connect a: I,ovelnnd for all point on
the Utile Miami Railroad, andnt the Indiannn
olia and Cincimmti Riulroail Juncti n for nil
points Went; at Athens, with the Columbus
ft II. V. R. R., t Piirkershnrij, with the B. A
O.B. R. W. VV. PEAItOUY,
ticucrai tsiiperintendent.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHAELES . BAENETT, Proprietor
7ILfi run resnisrly to McArtliur Station
IT to meet all trains.
Hiv-k leaves McArtliur post offlce at 10
o'clock, A. M , to meet Fast Line West; nt
11 M. to meet thn Cincinnati Exp ea go:ng
east; at So'eioek P.M., to meet the HI. Louie
Express going west, at J P. M. for Fast Line
east. Will meet the Parkersburg, Marietta
'and Zalolfi Accommodation on application
in person or by letter.
orders left at the post office, McArthur, or
DlindilH, prjmptly ntlf nded to.
li'Jmr CHARLES W. BARNETT.
WILIESYILLE AND HAMDEN
HACK.LINE.
I WILL run a hack from Wilkesville t
llamden and return every Monday, Wednes
day,' Friday and Saturday lor the aci-ommo-dation
of iMissenifers, limiting close connec
tion with the mail trains on the M. 4 O. tt. R.
1 will also carry express packages shipped
to or from point by the Adams Express Co.
,e,,7 V ISAAC W- MILLER.
A Colored Verdict.
In one of the towns of Mis
sissippi two colored men were
arrested on the charge of bar
glary. The jury before whom
they were tried were all color
ed. Alter the case was tried
they retired and made up a
verdict, which was announced
to the court. On being called,
the Judge aske tor the verdict
which the foreman delivered as
follows: "Dis jury find dat. one
ol de 'cused busted in the sto',
at.d 6tole dat bacon, and dat
de odder didn't do nuffln."
'Which one do you find guilty?''
asked the Judge. "Dafs de
question, boss," returned the
foreman; "dat's jest what we
can't find out, and we recom
mends dat the honorable coat
jest have anoder trial and find
out which ob dem two niggers
steal dat bacon."
How the Work is Progressing.
On the let of July, 1S73,
there had been 4,410 Oranges
of the Patrons of Uusbandry or
ganized. As will be seen else
where in our cflkial report
from Bro. Kelley, Secretary of
the National Orange, this num
her had increased to 4,935 on
the 2Glh day of the month.
During these twenty-five days,
525 Oranges were instituted.
This is an average of twenty
one per day. But what is bet
ter and more important, in all
our researches, we have yet to
find where a Orange has been
disbanded. This fact speaks
vilumes as to the permanency
—Circleville
Herald.
Joux Middleton, an old and
highly respected citizen, aged
' ninety-live years, died last Fri
day, at Cable, Ohio. lie was a
soldier ot the war of 1812, and
the father of fourteen children,
llis grand children are numer
ous. His wife is still living be
ing ninety one years old.
Exfebiexcb will (each any man tta
it is advantageous to patronize those
who "ftdvertus in newspapers;
i
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
B 1J O L I O
a t iiibstitute for oap for all household
purposes, except washing clothes.
S A. P O L I O
l.r cleaning your house will savs the labor ol
one cleaner, oive ii .
9 A. P O L I O
for windows i better than whiting orwaier.
Ha r. uioing cuiuur.s anu oarpen.
B A P O
Hi I O
cleans paint and wood, in fact me enure
house, beiler tnn aoap. io sioppmK ""
labor. You can't afford to be without it.
R A. P O L I O
for scouring knives is better Mid cleaner than
ustn nricK. win no sur;ir
B A P O L I O
is b; tier than soap and sand for polishing tin
waro. Biighlens without sotalching.
S A. P O L I O
polishes brass snd copper utensils better than
acid of nil and rotten stone.
S A. P O L I O
for washing dihes and glassware is invaluable
Cheaper tlmn.acap
S A. P OLIO
removes stains from marble mantles, tables
and Mutuary, from hard-finished walla, and
fiom vliuin and porctl.nn.
S A P O L I O
removes stains and grease from carpets a
other woven fabrics.
There la no ono article known llmt will
do so many kinds of work aud do It as
well as Ma. olio. Try It.
UANu SAPOLIO
a new and wonderfully ellective
toilet soap, having no equal in
this country or abroad.
HAND 8APOL1 O
as an article for the !iath,"rea h
cs tor the foundation" of nil dirt,
opens the pores and gives a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the skin.
HAND B APO L.1 O
cleanses and beautifies the skin,
instantly removing any stain or
blemish Iron) both hands and
bice.
HAND SAP OLIO
Is withnnt a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness ond chapping of either
hands or face.
HAND B A POLIO
removes tar, pitch, Iron or ink
stains and grease; for workers
in ma-hine shops, mines, c, is
Invaluable. For making the skin
white and soft, ar d giving to it
a bloom ol beauty, it is nn
surpassed by any cosmetic
known.
HAND
H A.P O LIO
costs 10 to IS cents per cake, and
evervbndy should have it. You
will like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
liny It of your merrlinnt If heh It or
will procure It Tor yon. II noi men wrnr
fur our iMimplilet.. "All about Hapolio,"
and It will be mailed free.
KNOCM MORGAN'S SONS,
211 VAHK PLACE, A. Y.
eowl)17jul
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To sell our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture of scenes in thelitis civil war,
Donu stamp lor circular.
W. I. HOLLAND & CO..
Bpriugtield, Mass., or Chicago, III.
FA KM FOK SALE.
3 1 one mile north -west
, I'M SjryQI numnen, nnioinins,
Inrm or Hon. T. M. uny
containing lso acres, Mo acres in grass and
balance in limtier. A new twosiory irnme
house, barn, smoke-house r.nd other necessa
ry outhouscs are among Hie improvements
The larm lies well, ta well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re
pair, r or iitriner intormni iou inq'iire ni
12sep U.S. WILCOX Hamdei. Ohio.
OHIO UNIVERSITY.
ATHiiNS, OHIO.
Pall term begins September 2, 1873
For Catalogue or information, address
W.
II. SCOTT,
President,
7fft'!;3i0
BENJ. F. ARMSTRONG,
ATTOR N E Y T LAW,
McARTIIUK, OHIO.
OFFICE In Davis' Building, opposite
the Vinton County ftational Hank, up stairs,
aijuiiM.i ty
Attachment Notice.
Edward T. Dearth, Plaintiff, against Franklin
Lcaman, defendant.
attachment before A. N. Cszad, J. P. of Rich
land tovvnshi p, Vinton county, Ohio.
rH tne 20th day of July, A. IK 1873, sai
VJiitn-e issued an order of attachment tn
the above action for the sum of six dollars
and rorty cents. EDWAIIU X. DEARTH.
July the 2sth, 1873. 3w
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOT'CE is hereby given that we forbid all
persons tresspassing on our premiss in
any manner whatsoever. Any person found
on out premises without permission will be
prosecuted to me nut extent ot ine law.
JOIVATHAN WINTERS,
17jull873 iw UARVfcY KUHBlMti.
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMEN
I3 0NEOK
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. Ill WEST 4th si.
CINCINNATI
loniayisis
Y7ANTL, agents and peddlers fbr our
If Press and otrainer Presses and strains
lams, tellies, herbs, vegetables, lard, tallow
meats, cheese, ac. over du,imiu sold in
few localities. Hells quick. Every (ami
wants it. Sewing Machine and other estab
lished agents are Hading inis very prostata
Circulars fiee. Littletield and Lame, lu2
washinvton street, boston, Mass. Imays
BON.T091 1'a.I HTATIOX SIfKAL8,
8eul ua lect'pt ol M cts. Unique priutlug
and publishing House, 3t) Vesey street, Mew
xora. imyam
The Beckvrlth 20 Family gesrlns; Ufa.
cklaei aa 3U Um.)m Trlalf uisuy adtaniag
e. over all. bati.laction guaranteed, or
lelunded. bent complete, with full directions.
Heckwili) Be w m g Uaubloe Co.( 8t2 Breadway,
M.I. lajut
$3,000 FOR 20 CENTS
Before you start on a tourney, buy si acci
dent insurance ticket of the Kailasy passen
gers Assi.ranca Co., ot Haitord, Conn. Tick
ets for sale st railroad stations. Asi for an
naurance tKaet.
MARIETTA COLLEGE,
MABIETTV.OIIIO,
Thenexi term In College anf Academy be.
ns lhur'lsy,epi. . innown n
I n,l idi-suint. the neonle intelliien! re
ft ned and in full sympathy with the cnllene.
lahineisand apparatus are lame and excel
lent; the number of solumes ft.OU0 Candi
dates lor the ministry have tuition and room
reut resulted, and aid is given to other worthy
students needing It. I he anen ance Ol ine
last two years much larger than befoie. Ad
dress the President, 1. W. ANDREWS.
tei.f nmn dav! Aients wanted! All
UlUAViaaae, 0f woriing people, of
either ax, r ung or old, make moie money
at work lor us in their spare moments, or all
the time, than anything el. Particulsrs free.
Address (J. b l lft&UN CO., Portland, Mnine.
We cure the habit per.
manenlly, cheap, quick,
without siirtenog or in.
convenience. Describe
your case. A'ldressS.O.
RM8TKONW, M. I)
iBernen 8pnngs,Michigan
EATERS
I
THE PARLOR 'O.WIA9f IOX.-E.
iv lull wanu tne I Lverv man wants one I
ient on receipt oi ten cents, aauress i.. r,
HVt)E4 CO. 1S Svveuth Avenue, New York.
imnyii-i am
THE SEW ELARTK! TRl'SS, An
fmiiorfuHi intention li retains the rupture al
II limes, and under the hardest exercise or
severest strain. It is worn withnoinlort, ami
if Item nn niitht and dav.rrleclaa permanent
cure in a few weeks, bold cheap, anil sent by
mall when req'iested. circulars t,ee, wnen or
dared h letter sent to The Elivtin Trims Co.
No. ti3 Broadwry. N. Y. City. Nobody uses
metal spring trusses; loo painful; they slip
oil too frequently.. iinyain
WAUF.S
TIOR ALL WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK
V Any person, old or young, ol ellhi sex,
an make from flu to l.iU per week, at home
or in connection wnn oiner nusineas. vvnni
ed by al . (tunable ut either city orcountiy,
and anv season of the year. I his is a rare
unnortuuilv lor tnose wno are out oi wora
and nut of money, to make sn independent
liviim. No capital being requireu Our
pnmplilet, "How to make a Living," giving
I HI instructions, sent on receipi oi i"ceins
Address, A. HUKTON4tCO.,Moms:nn,We9t
Chester Co., N. JN. tin) am
GRANDEST SCHEME FEE KNOWN
Fourth Grand Gift Conceit
For the Bent-fit of the
PUBLIC LIBR ABTof KENTUCKY
12.000 CAHU GIF1S $1,500,000,
Every Fifth Ticket Draws a Gift,
8250,000 for 850.
The Fourth Grand Old Concert authonxed
by special act nflhe Legislature fur the bene
Hi of the Publiu Libraryy of Kentiicky, will
take place in rubliu Liiurnry uail, at Louis
vine, ivy. ,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1873
Only sixty thousand tickets will be told and
one-half of these nre Inlentled lor the burn-
m ail Alnrket. thus envinuonlv 3ti,iaHi fur sale
in the United !-tales, where KHi.otsi were dis
posed or lor tne third roncert. 'the ticket
are divided into ten coupons or pints and
have or. their hack the. scheme with a full ex-
ulanalion of their mode of drawinu.
At this concert which will bo the grandest
i.usicai tuspiay ever wiinessen in ili.scoun-
l.-y, the unpreceuenten sum or
$1,500,000,
livi led into U.miu cash gifts will be ditrih
uted I iy lot among the ticket holders. The
nunilsrs of the tickets to be drawn fiom one
wheel by blind children and the gilts Irom an
oilier.
LIS OF GIFTS.
One grand cash gilt, l2Ati.ron- one crnml
cash gill, loii.nuo; one grand cash gift, 6u,txiii;
one grand cash pitl, ai.tHM, one grand cash
gill, l7,oiiu; lu cash gilts Iti.iHs) each, lis,issi
rnsn gilit) o,tssi each, loti.tsii); fio cash gilts
i.iniuencn, oo.issi; bott.tsn guts, otsi tacn, w,
ihki; lot) cash gilis -too each, 4tl,in 0; lAUcnsl
gills ,ioo eacn, 4-i,issi; o cam g us, 'jisi ca t
qO.isiu; :t2S mii gifts 1 h each. :i3.6uu: li.uti
cash uifis Mi each, nSiui'io.
total, I'j.uuf' guts, all cash, amounting to
$l,Mm,uoo.
I he distribution will be positive, whether
nit tne cckcis are soiii or not. ami ine rj.ms
gillsnll pai-l in proportion to thn tickets sold
v unsold tickets neing destroyed, as at
tne nrsi and second couceits, and not rcpre-
seutea in ine nnwing.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets ISO, halves 2r; tenths or each
coupon, 5; eleven whole tickets tor fittl; 2i't
ncaets lor i.iss,, n.t untiis ickcis lor o,msi;
2il whole tickets for Iii.ihh) Nn discount rn
less than t.'on worth of tickets at a time.
The unparalleled success of the third gift
concert, as well as the satisfaction given by
tne nrst anu seenn manes it only necessary
to announce the fourth to insure the prompt
ie ot evnrv ncket. i ne tourtli gin concert
will le conducted in nil its details like th
hird, and full particulars may be learned
from circulars, which be enl tree from this
office in all who apply for them.
nckeiannw ,eauy inr ante, and sn order
accompanied bv the monev nromntlv filled
Liberal terms given to tho'e who buy to sell
again. THtlH.E. HHAMLETCE,
Agent 1'i.bl. Lihr., Kv.,aml Manager Gil t Con
cert, I'u'jlio Library tJuiuiing, Louis
yille, Ky.
Write for price list to J. II. JOIIXNTOX
UKEAT WESTERN GUN
WOKKS.
170SmithfleH st, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Breech-lnadinishot'guns, H')in t.mo. Douhl
shot guns, 18 to II. 'SI. Single guns, S't to tlo.
Kifles. (8 to 175. Kevoivers, 5 to 2S. I'.s
tols, tl to 88. Gun material, fishing tackle
Ac. Large discounts to dealers or clubs
armv sun, revolvers, etc.. boiiuhlor trade
for. floods sent h express 0. O. 1), to
examined before paid lor.
ONLY THINK! 25 CENTS
For a half a pint bottle of
POOR M A-JT'S
FAMILY BITTERS
The best snd cheapest Bitters made. The
cure all billions diseases and nre invnlusli
as a preventive of lever and aifiie.dtimb ague,
chills and fer, etc., etc. Manuftictiired
tho POOR MAN'S Bl'ITF.KS CO., OSWRr.u.
N. Y. Large bottles, full quarts, 11. 4tTFor
ssie Dy an druggists.
Having struggled twenty years
between life and death with Asth
ma or rhthiaic, I experimented
myself bv comnoiindins roots
and herbs, and inhaling the med
icine thus obtained. I fortunate.
y discovered a most wonderful
remedy snd sure cure for Asthma
jana us Kinarea diseases. War
ranted to relieve the severest paroxysm in
stanlly, so the patient can lie down to rest and
sleep comfortably. ONB TRIAL PACKAG
KENT BY MAIL FREE OF CHARGE. Ad
dress D.LANGELL.Apple Creek, Wayne Co.,0
BUILDING FELT
INo tar used,! forontslde work and Ineid
instead of plaster. Feltcarpetines, Ac. Hen
2 stamps for circular snd samples. 0. J. FAY
uamden; n. J.
OPIUM
ROAD NOTICE
XTOTICE is hereby given that a petition will
ll be presented to the Commissioners of Vin
ton County, O. at their nxt regular session
to be held on Honda, the 1st day ol Septem
ber, A. 1. 1873, praying for the establishment
of a county road along the following described
route, to wit.- commencing at a white oak tree
st McArthur Station, from thence soulh-east-e'ly
with the street leading past the dwelling
house of OmlleGunniugand through theprem
ises of the hern- of Stephen Salts, de'd, to the
west line of the land and premif es of Richard
limma, thence easterly through the lands of
said Tinims to th( north-east corner of the
noi th-west quarter of section No. ten, 101 of
township No ten, lul or rtnge No. seventeen,
1 17), thence east on or near the se tion line
mroujin ine 'anas oi wnuam maitin, ratrick
Craig, Nelson notthinee, .eorge Craig, Phil
ip Warner, Hamden furnace Co. and Daniel
Hall to the south-east corner of section No.
two, l'i of said township and range, thence
north-easterly direction through the lands ol
Frederick Englsnd to a point in the county
road leading from Eagle Furnace to McArthur
about four t rods north of the barn on said
tngianu s premises, inn pisce oi lermiuus.
. , ... . , MAil rfiXWlOWERS.
Jul Slit, A. U. 1873, if
IRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
1 HE RELIANCE FIRK COMPANY or
X Cklllleolke otter for sale their engine in
good working order, together with a hose
carriage and several hundred feet of hose.
eorearucuiaracaii on or auuiess me oecre-
'"7 ... J. H. NUGENT.
zjuia. "
Uhiiiicotne, u.
Legal Notice.
VTOTICE ishtrebv given thai an application
li will be made to the Governor of Ohio lor
the pardon of Edmond tjuitin, convicted at
the May term, A. V. Is; 3 of tho Vinton conns
ly Court of Common Pleas, of cutting with in
tent to wound, ami sentenced to nsru lauor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for Ilia term of one
a. v. ju.i3 a c. r. da ti.-xui i. u,
Att'ysfor Edmoud Quinn.
.
by
J. S. McCOMMON,
EWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt Ilouse,
ShrcckcDgauat's Old Stand,
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Pine Gold Jewelry.
Agents for
American and Foreign Watches.
Klgln Watches
U. A. W. "
Howard '
Wsltliam "
Biitlngheld "
N Y. "
Sviiss
Kngllih
0, nn' Chains
Niliaon "
iiis-ra "
Caottlln "
8.-th Thomas Cltx-ka,
Wlteuberg "
Terry "
0 Id Sells
Dlathoud
Pearl "
Jot
Unrnet "
Necklaces "
Bracrld'S
Pins ami Studs
Cuff Billions
Thimbles
llnir Jewelry
P-Ctlicpt
Hlmr Ware
P slcd Ware
Vine Cutlery
Agents for
M.IBIE & TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PEESENTS
Goods made to order and repairing done by
careful workmen. No extra charge Inr en
graviig ifiiods bought at this esulilishnieni.
X jan ism iy
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Oflntcst, most fashionable and clcgi.nl styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
I make it a point to uo nil mv work of the
best material, ami stand second 10 none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there lire no nppicnlice
hoys about my ettahlishuient, and I can not
lull to please any pcrscu alio wants the best
turnout made in the coiiniry. 1 refer nh
pride to mv customers throughout foiitm rii
Ohio ns to the character of H'otk coming
Irom my factory, and uniiriinu-e all my cus
tomers perlcct satisliL-liun.
All kind 8 of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Repairing, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
1 have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
If ft with me for sale, repaired and almost aa
good as new, some ot them
VERY
iq,ul 1873
CHEAP INDEED.
FA ISMS FOIl sma:.
'P BE fnjio on which I nnw reside in .Inck
1 son township, Pike !n., II., pear Sharon
villc, and containing nearly six hundred m-res
Also my farm in Liberty township, Kc.ss t.'o
(., and contuiniug about 8K0 ncree. 1 will sell
either or
BOTH FARMS AT A BARGAIN.
Forlurlher inlormntion cull on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike t'o , O, The
first farm is in one of the most desirable itu
ntinnsiniho township- 'I'he Inrm in Liberty-township
is very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. MASON JONES.
Ii7febl873
HATS.
Spring and
Summer
STYLES
PULL LIISTE
OF-
FEATI1ER-WEIG11T MATS
AT
MINE A R'S II AT STORE
PAINT -STREET,
CHILLICOTHE.
24oct 187
C. F. DUFEU,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
-IMPORTER 0F-
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
CI1ILL1C01I1E, OHIO.
1TTOULTJ respectfully say to the cititens
V v vinron tn. inai ne nsseniargea mssioca
maKiag one or tne largest in tne oiaie. uur
business has increased every year up to the
uresent time and we teel thankful to the pub.
lie for past favors, and are determined to keep
a large stock ot every ming uruai'y lound
a ttrst-class Jewelrr Utore, and will keep the
finest stock of gold and solid silver, Mso the
best Plated Uoods, as low aa any house in the
west.
We keep all the different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard. United Htates, Elgin.
Waltham and SDnnatield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver cases. Also large line
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
From 128 lo $300.00, also silver from 113
1150. We have a veiy reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from 114 to J20.
A full line of all goods in our line, or made
to orderly experienced workmen. Repair
ing will receive prompt attention
Please drop in ana see us. So trouble
Ibow goods,
Tub Treasury officers have
caused to be seat through the
Asjociated Tress a statement
denying that there was any
cause for the recent excitment
regarding the threatened re
moval of employes of the New
York Custom house.
Tiir American vandal hi
home entered, recently, the
church in Virginia where
Washington worshipped, and
destroyed a portion ot the lur
id lure, taking especial pain
to damage the Washington
pew, and stealing from it a
piece of silver plate. There
are some theives mean enough
for anything.
King of the Blood.
For liver complaint and scrofu
a. 6'asd-You doubtlesj remem
ber recommending your medicine,
King of the Blood, to myself an
wife, and that we took six bot
tles on your vlvice. 1 can nt
sny that what I have of health is
attributable to your medicine. It
cured my wifu of scrofula, and
myself of liver complaint. Send
me six bottles by express. CO P.
Yours Truly, M. V. B. Fisiieh,
Tetroleura Center, Pu.
See advertisement in another
column.
tor JJropny. 'Lase.i wng
attacked with abdominal dropsv
four vpars aeo. I took medicine
from five different doctors; I ar
plied to the tixtli, dut he declined
attempting my cuse, saying hi
thought me past remedy. An
other thought he might help me
if I would be tapped, but I wns
so weak I thought 1 could not
benr it. I then sw your King l
the Blood advertised. My son
ph. id he would send to you for it
and did so. When 1 begnn to
to take it I could not lie down or
sit up straight' by wenring t
hand tge I was able to walk a lit
tie. 1 had not put on my stock
ings for sume months. Persons
who visited me thought 1 coul
not livo any length of time.
very soon felt that your medicine
whs helping me, nnd by the time
1 hud used tho second bottle I
could put on mv stocking, and
began to feel comfortable. In
two montlu the water was al
gone, and 1 was a living skeleton
but my appetite v,n good, and 1
began to gn'i! lk'sh, ami now
look ns -, ell us ever I did, aud
feel quito well. S it A II Pkntz,
Lu'.heis! uig,Clc:irfield 0.,1'cnn
An Act of Cruelty.
,
1iiarneil namls anil t ice nre
the most Fcriou9 Htinoynnces tlm
nrmers, and peonle who lubn
mucu out of aoors, experience
from exposure. .Lanosed per
sons, especially children, rcpent-
etlly s tier intensely from great
cracks upon the liuruls, that often
bleed. It is cruel to allow ones
self or others to suffer in this
way, when the means of positive
rrevention are bo easy to be hail,
ii ti 1 so cheaply, ns to pay ten
cents ftiro C"kc ot Haml Snpoli ).
Unml Sapolio is not only butter
than the costliest soap lor re
moving dirt, but it prevents
chopping, ami rentiers the skin
so ft anj pliable. Sold everywhere.
An Act of Cruelty. Wilhoft's Anti-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
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
docs not require rubbing drub
bing and plastering with unsight
ly, nauseous iodine, tp reduce en
larged spleen; nor mercury in
ternally to enect a cure.
Wilhoft's Tonic cures perman
ently and destroys the periodic
ity of chills and malarious fevers.
of
of
to
to
Farmers 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, 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.
Advkrtisino rem id people
things they had been wanting
along, but had forgotten all about
Sihond's, Photographer, Cliillioothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may b
made as large as life from the tiniea
lecltet picture, and made in every wav
satisfactory by careful and judiciou
coloring. Photographs from nature oi
from other pictures colored in the bes
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pus
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circum
etanoea.
Hvy Goods
MAY 8th, ;873.
m
Paint and Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.,
.. . . 1 attract
IS now reclving in isrues.
ive stock he has ever opened.
ssssasaasasssa a
Especial Attention
IS
Invited to his Superior .Assortment
OF
DRESS GOODS,
New Fabrics and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
tt OFfF.RF.O
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves
LACE SAQTTES and LACE POINTS
BIBBOITS.
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GICVES
PAEASOLS and COKSETS
LaccGoods and Embroideries
cATjpicnisrG
In new Patterns
Oil tlotliSjtuRsjnnd flatting
AT CINJ1NHATI PPICES.
It. D. KMART.
Tirnim n OMAn
Road Notice.
yrivriOe; is hereby given that a petition w I
, 1 h piesenled lo the Cuminissioneis o
Vinton I'ounty, hio, at their next session b
be held an .Monda-.Mepteinber 1st. 1873, prnj
mil Tor he establishment of a county ron'
doiig Ihelollowinu route, to wif Hegicmngn
he siuiih end ot .Market street, in the town
Mctr'hur, in said county of Vinlon, Iron
thenca sntitn nlsiul K.'j degrees west, on e
line with said sucet thronuli the binds nn-pn-mises
ol Esrii P Holliwe, .l".oili I'od-
liidge, lhivi-1 V. Haird, llnrvey Rnbbins, nn.
the heirs oI'Marnh Holm, deceased, to a pc in
in the ui-nmr ol Hih la-Usou road, north o
the residence of Levi Wyn an, thence snutl
through the lands and prein ies of Leu Wy
man to a Make 4"i links et nf an apple tic,
near the sn-.Hh line of sniil W Vilniu s prem
isi-sj thence south nbnui 8 degrees e.isl to a
oak tree on the premises nf Ivy llix.on, nea
l ho -oillli line ol Rlk to nhii. nnd nuirtll
soinh line ol thn lands ol saM Ivy llixsun
ihcnce south nboitt H degrees west to a ahil
o.iK tree near the resilience of John Halts
nnd through the premises of the hens ol Sie
pben Salts, de-ensed, said Inst nientlono,
.oiot being the teriiiiniis o said road, and lie
ing in Clinton lownhip Vinton ciiniv, tilnn
MA.NVl'ETITli'Klills.
July 17, 1873. 4t
No Person can tuke those Imiet ac
cording to directions, nnd remain long unwell
provided llirlr bones art) not destroyed by mine
ral poison or other invuns, nml vltul oiu'aut
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Uvsnciisln nr ImllircHllnn. Headache
r.iln In I lie Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Kructutinns of the Sto
mach, Had 1 usic in mo Mount, unions Attacks,
r.ilpltalinn of the Heart, Intliiiuniiitlon of
Lungs, Pain In tho regions of tho Kidneys, nnd
ft hundred other painful symptoms, arc the olf-
springs nf Kvspcpsia. Ono boltlo will prove
better gtmnitilco of Its merits than, a lengthy
advertisement.
Kor KcinnlcCntiipliiliita, In young or old
married or sini:lc. nt the ihuvn ol womanhood.
or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display
.icemen an tuiiuuticu mat iiuinuvciiicui is soon
perceptible.
I'or Iiiflniimintory nnd CbroiiK
Illieiiimtl ism nnd tioul, llilions, i.einlliciil
nml Intcrinlttcnt Fevers. Iiisenscs nf tho llli.od,
Liver, Kidneys anil llladiler. these Hitters have
no equal, ijucll Uwcusw ure caused by Vitiated
lllond.
'I'liry nre a Kciitle Puifrntlre ns well
as a Tonic, possessing the. merit of acting
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or
of the Liver aud Visceral Orga.ua,
and in Bilious Disease.
For Skin Diseases, Eruption.!, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Ulotcliea, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Holla, Carbuncles, King-worins, Scald-IIend,
3oro Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolora
lions of the Skin, Humors and Diseases or
3kiu of wlintever name or nature, are liter
Illy dug up and carried out of the ays
xa In a short time by the use of these Hitters.
Urateful Thousands proclaim VlKKn.AH
Bitters the most wonderful lnvlgorant that
iver sustained the sinking system.
It. II. "IcDOIVAl.O Jt CO.
Orngglsts nnd Ocu. Agta., San Francisco, Cat.,
k cor. of Washington nml Charlton Sts., N.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS.
Uil. CROOK'S WINE OF TA.lt.
Ten years of n pnb
He lest has proved
Clonk's Wine of Tnr
hnve mora merit tlinn
any si mi Inr preparation
ever ottered In tho pub.
lie. It Is rich In l
llioillcllliil quiilltles
'J'ur, and tiniMtinlcd
tilla
I)In. It Iiils enroll
nutny e.-iscH of Asllinin
nnd llrniichitlH, tlintil
Iiiih lii-cn piuiumiiced
Rpc:ltio for these com
planus, ror i-iti.is
tlio Hrrnat, Miile
linck. Uravel or ncv
lliNeiise.
if thn I'rinnry O.nniis, Jitmi.lice,
iny I.lver t'niiiplnlnt it hus uo
It In also a superior Ton r,
Itcslorea the Appetite,
KireiiRlhoiis) t Is- H.vl'ni.
Ilealores llio Weak and l bilitnlrd.
4'li.iae Ilie Food lo Dliceat,
Removes DyKpcpslii nnd Indigestion,
I'rcvciilsj Mnlnrloua levers.
Give tone to your hyatein.
Ttui Pale, Yellow, Sickly-looking
is tlniii'ti-d to one of frealinosa and health
riiose Dlaonacft of the Nkln, Pimple
Pnatnlea, Htotrhea and F.rnpllona
removed. Nerol.iln.sernf.ilo.ia niapnaei
nf Ihe Eye, VVh'te Hwelllng-, Dleor
(H.l Hor ornny kind of Humor rapldl)
Iwtnillc nnd disappear under Its Influence
In fnct It will do yon more good, and
vott more speedily thnn nny and nil othei
nrcpnriitioiiscninhlnpsl, Wlittiltl It Is
reatorer! A soluble oxyd of
oniblned with the medicinal properties
Poke Root divested ot nil iliHiigrccutile quul
itles It will cure nny Chronic or Lous;
stniidi.itr DlHcnse wh.sse real or illrvc
nuse Is had blood. RlienmnllHm.Pnlni
n l.liubor i;nneM,4'oiiMtllntlona
kru (low n by Mercurial or other poisons
ire all curtsl by It. For Ny phi 1 1st, or Hypfe
-Mile In-nl, there la nutlilne ennnl to
Irtnl w'U prove It. ASK I'OR
. iMIa'r 11POl.U bXUti
roKi; noor.
amSHi, isn, iiisenscs oi tut- I It r oil
nml I.tiiic. perforiniiii)
-('?' tho Most ItKMAltKAIII.S
LVm. euros. It KFFKtTUAI.LV
TZaJTWSWeiin-s all ton
s
so
ns
In
flammation the
l)r
tc
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ol
foi
nnd
so
1
I
r Buy your J
- r f Boots and ,
jfi -XxVl I Hhoesofl.W. ;
iUzlj WILSDM. at t
(firw- Ilam-len.who
rTKfvmi ' mmufict ire ;
cJrr J ! anldaalsex
xUlSiVaSVsC I cbiively i a
va XfSr,r "V i tno-artules.
iKsSArr 8M)oial at
tX&fXl tenlioa given ;
yjw Fine Ck1
' A etVi
K.WB-
THNQ or THE BLOOD.
ni most TBoaoron rumrisit or ib
BLOOD TIT 01SCOVIBID.
miFS ALL nUVORS, FROM A COMMO
KRUWIOa TO TILS WORiT SCROFULA.
Br it ns Cancers ar eared, and
Cancerous tumors sre dispersed without the sur
geon's knife-Scrofula conquered, and Cousumps
tion prevented snd cured.
niaaasca.Mercnrlst and Miner
al poisons, and their effects eradlcsted, and vigor
ous health and a sound constitution established.
Female Wsakneis and Wlaease.
Dropsy, general or partial; Swellings, external of
Internal; and Tumors are reduced and dispersed
Kryalpefa, Bait Bheom Bcalfl Ilesd,ai4
Fever Sores are soon removed by this powerful
detergent medicine.
Scorbutic Diseases, Dandruff, Scalr
or Hough Skin, and Pimples quickly giv wsy,
leaving the skin smooth snd fair.
Chron lo Dlaeaaea, Fever snd Acts, DIs
nrdered Liver. Dyspepsia, Kheumatism, Norrous
Numerous diseases csnsed by bad blood are con
quered, and give way before this most powerful
corrector, the King of the Blood.
Kach Tbottle contains between forty and
flrtr ordinary doses, costing only one dollar.
from one to fonror fle bottle will
enre Salt Rheum. Scald Head, Ring Worm. Pim
ples on the Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptions, etc
V From two to eight bottle will cur;
Scaly Eruptions of Ihe bkln, Ulcers, Sores, snd
Canker in the Month snd Stomach.Erysipelas.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 all bottle will ht foond
effectual In curing Ncnrslgia, Sick-Headache, St,
Vitus' Dance, snd Epilepsv.
From five to twelve bottle will ear
the worst cases of Scrofula.
From three to twelve bottle will
cure severe and obstinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to four bottle willcnre the
worst cases of Piles, and regulate t ostlve Bowels.
From two to teu bottle will cure
bad esses of Dropsy. -
Price $1 per bottle, or S bottles for S.
Sold by all Druggists
D. BAXSOU, SON fc CO., Prtpr'i,
See testimonials In local column. Bnflalo, If. T
rs Exr,
KIOAIlKliY'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is the mil v Known lictnctly for fright's Dls
ca'n ami Inis cured every case nf Dliil.ehs In
which It has been giv en, Irritation "f the Neck
of the llhnhlcr nntl liitlainmiition of the Ku'.U'-ys,
Vlcrrntiiiii of the Kidneys and P.huhh r, I!-ten-tion
of I'rinc. Diseases nf the l'rnstnto tilantl,
Stnne In the llhtldcr, (irnvi I. Ihlck Dust Deposit,
and Mucous or Milky Ilisrhiirge, nnd for En
feebled an 1 Delicalul'onslltutionsiif both Sexes,
ntt' inlcd with the following symptoms: .n;
of Power, Loss nf Memory, lliOlciiIty of Ureal:,
Ing. Weal; Nerves, Wakefulness, Poin In II:
Hark. Flnsliitigiif Ihe Hotly, Eruption on the Far-,
l'ulliil t'tiiintcn-iiii c, Ijissltudc of the System, etc.
t sell bv persons In tliu decline nr i liniiL'c i f
life; tjtcr ro:illiK!iieiit cr lubtr paius, bci!-v.t-ting
in clrl '.rcn. clc.
In tnanv nlleclions necnllar to Indies, I'.-.c E::-
tract lltichu Is uiii iintiici
As in C'hlor-.nis or ltcte
iinleil 1-y any olmr iciin-r.y
nlitin. Irregularity. Pu!::
fulness or Suppression of I'lislotnnry hvnctiallom,
Ulcorntcd or Schlrrus slntn of tho Vtcrits, Lcu
corrhtea or Whites, FUrillty, anil for all ror.i
plaints incident to th) sex. It Is rcscribcil
extensively by tho most eminent Plnsicinns and
Midwlvcs for enfeebled and dclicuto coustltu
lions of both sexes aud all ages,
KEAUNEY'S liXTHACT BCC3"r,
Curei Dintaiei Ati'lnq from Inprudtnctt,
IJibiU of Diminution, Etc., In sit their rtsges. at
little expense, little or no clmngo 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 Pain
and Inflammation, so frequent in thiscluss of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
HE.V UNCI'S EXTIIACT BUCIir,
$1.00 per bottlo or six bottles for t5.00, delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold by
druggists ovexvvchcro. Prcpsred by
KEARNEY I'O.. 1M Dunne St.N. T.
to whom all letters ' '".formatlou should be
addressed.
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AVOID QUACKS lAO IMPOSTCRt.
Ho Charge for Advice and Conitutatioa,
T)r. J. R liuntl. Grsdnnte of J.fferton UidUnl
Coll'oe, Philadelphia, author of vcrerul valuable
works, can he consulted on all discssrs of tho
Sexual or Urinary Orpins, (which hj has mado
an cspeciul study), cither in male or female, nu)
matter from what cause originating, i r of how
long standing. A pructico of 30 years enables
him to treat diseases with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonable Thoso at a dis
tauco can forward letter describing symptom,
and enclosing stamp to prepay postage. A
Send for the li'iidt tit Urwih. Price 10 crnu.
" i. B. VXUTT, M. II., Physician and Snrgeon.
lMDwmeSMew York.
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed to Ihe cap
iUI atoek ol the U.. McA. 4 C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to theSec
retaryofflie Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Uallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, lo Daniel Will, President of the
Vinlon County Bank, al McArthur, Uhlo, of
an installment ol five dollars on each share
so subscribed, within tea days of this date.
August 10, 1871.
.WM.SROBBR.Sec'y
0. McA. AO. R. K.fJo.
dee S W.
Silt
an
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na-tttr-'sown
lror
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bro
it
PR
OI
S. T. BOCCESS,
ItEMDi:T DENTIST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can al all times be found at his office..
T F. Ii T H FX l H A I T li T.
Absolutely without pnin, snd with perfect
sslet y, by Ihe use of
LAUGHING GAS.
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