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THE VINTON RECORD.
McARTUUR, OHIO,
THURSDAY, AUU. 28, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, Mar SSlh, 1873, trains
will run as follows: ti 3. . and
run dsily; all oih'r trains daily, Sunisys ex
GOING EAST.
6.
Stitionai StL.Ex. Feel l. Cm. Ex.
Cinclnnaii...lo 'pm 1 00pm I SSam
Cr.illicoihe.-... lm Oopm 11 4m
Mx-hlund Fur-... I (Mom 48pm It 42pm
Hsmdea I 17am nopro 12 &jpm
MoA.Ti'... 3 Mm 6 11pm 1 OSpm
Vinlon 3 m tlpm 1 lpm
Zaleaki.... 3 (Sara Wpm 1 Wpm
Hops Furnace.... 3 6atn supm 1 SSpm
Ham 4
GOING WEST.
No. I. No.
ttationa. Fail L. Bt.L.Ex Cm. Ex
Parkeriourg . 3 00am 11 10pm 10 Supm
Bope furoace...10 Hum S 81pm 1 2m
tVilesKi..........ll 02am 3 01 pm 1 loam
fml"- " lnm 3 10pm 1 17am
McA bthgb II lani 3 tupm 1 Um
Hamden ..11 3tara 3 31pm 132am
Wichlacd Fur.. 11 4&am 3 44pm 1 4Sam
Chilhcothe...13 Mpm 4 4Apm ( 15am
Cincinnati.-, .4 60pro Jopm roam
NO. 1 will atop between Cioeionati and Bl-n-Chester,
at C. a 9. J unci ion and Loveland on
1;; mot ol Blanchesler it will .lop at ail Ma.
lion, except Farmers'. Harper's, Moonville,
Mineral, New England. Big Run, Cutler. Lit
tie nocking, Fleming', and Tunnel. Nit. 3
will atop on Western Division at C. 8.
Junction, Livelnnd and Greenfield onlv; on
Kaetern Division at Hamden, McA '.h ur,
Zaleski, and all stations east ot Athens Thu
train will slao slop at King's, Ingham, Moon
ville and Mineral City on signal. NOM. 6 AND
6 will stop si S. Junction, Loveland,
Greenfield, Chillisothe, Hamden, Athens and
Scolt'a Lsndingonl y. NO. 9 will make nil the
stop between Parkeirburg and Blanchesttr,
except Tunnel, Fleming's, LUtie Hocking,
Mineral City, King's, Ingham Vinton Fur
nace and Formers'; between Blanenester and
Cincinnati, at Lovelan.l. C. k 8. Junction and
Cumminsville only. NO. 4 will stop at Bel
pre, Vincent's, New England, all siation. be
tween Athens and Hamden, and west of Kam
den, at Cliillicothe, (ireenrleld, Loveland,
Madisonville, C. 8. Jl'neuon and Curuuimt
Ville. PARKERSBURG, MARETTA AND ZALES
Kl ACCOMODATION.
The Parkeraburg, Marietta and Zuloakl Ac
sommodatinn leaves Ztleaki at 4 10 a. m.,
arriving at Psrkersburg at 9 30 a. m ; re
turning leaves Parkeraburg at 3 10 P. M.
arriving at Xsleaki at 4 60 P. M. This train
tops at all sutions.
ZALEsKI FRKIOHT
The Zaleaki Freight going east leaves
Chillicolheatt On a.m. t Ravaville T 3S; Rich
land Furnace, 3 OA; Hamden, arrive 8 3A
denart uth McArthnr. 9 30: Vinton, 10 OA;
Zaleaki 10 AO. Hoing west-Zslesai.4 00 p.m.;
Vinton 4 SO, McArthnr 9 00; Hamden, arrive
( SO depart 4 Oil; Richland Furnace, 4 30;
Ravaville, 7 00; Chillicothe. I 34.
Trains on the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
will leave Hamden at 4 14 a.m. and 8 45p m
arriving at Portsmouth at II 20 m. and 6 46n,
m, Returningtrains sill leave Portsmouth at
I is a. m, and u m p. m., arriving at aim
den at 11 IS a. m. and 6 44 p. m.
Trams connect at Loveland for all points on
the Little Miami Railroad, and at the Indianap
olis and Cincinnati Railroad Juncti .n for all
points West; at Athens, with the Columbus
tn.r.R. B., at Psrkeriburg. with the B. k
O.R.R. VY. W. PEA BODY,
General Superintendent
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHAELES . BAENETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArthur Station
to meet all trains.
Hack leaves McArthur post office al 10
o'clock, A. M., to meet Fast Line West; at
12 M. to meet the Cincinnati express going
east; al t o'clock P. M., to meet the Ht. Louis
Express going west; at 3 P. M. for Fast Line
east. Will meet the Parkersburg, Marietta
nd Zalenki Accommodation on application
in person or by letter.
Orders left at the post office. McArthur, er
Cumins, promptly attended to.
gm CHARLES W. BARNETT.
WILKES YILLE AND HAMDEN
HACKLINE.
IWILTj ran t h.ck from Wilkesville t
Hamden and return every Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday for the accommo
dation of passengers, making close connec
tion with the mail trains on the M. C. R. R.
1 will also carry express packages shipped
to or from I
I points by the Adams txprcHu uo.
sep7
ISAAC W. MILLER.
Wilhoft's Auti-Periodic.
The great chill cure. This
medicine has been attended with
unbounded eucceBS wherever used
It acts promptly as an anti-periodic
in arresting and breaking
up the periodicity of chills; as a
reliable tonic in bracing the sys
tem and giving tone to the motor
and Bensory nerves; and as an
efficient, sure and speedy chola
gogue in expelling vitiated bil
lious secretions from the system
and in establishing the healthy
secretory functions of the liver,
Epleen and kidneys.
It is certain and safe in the
treatment of all malarial fevers,
and is recommended by physi
cians for every age for the in
fant and adult.
King of the Blood.
As a epring medicine. As s
remedy in the spring of the year
to carry off the accumulation of
thick bile from the liver, and vis
cid secretions from the other
glands of the system, the King
of the Blood is invaluable. One
or two bottles will arouse all the
functions of the body to healthy
action, restore the appetite, clear
the brain, and carry off those
symptoms oi langour and heavi
ness everybody feels,more or less,
as warm weather approaches.
See advertisement in another
column.
Fossil Horses in America.
It used to be stated in old
fashioned books of natural his
tory that "the horse was the
gift of the Old World to the
New." But the whole race of
horses lived and perished in
America aces before men
went down into the sea in
ships. There are now in Yale
Musenm the fossil remains oi
twenty-one different species
belonging to the horse family.
These animals varied from
sizes that are larger than any
now existing down to delicate
creatures not bigger thsn a
iox. I
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ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
tJ .A. p o L I o
la a substitute fcr soap for all household
purposes, except washing clothes.
S A- V O Li I O
lor cleaning your house will Have the labor ol
one cleaner. One it a trial.
S A. P O L. I O
for windows is better than whiting or water.
No removing cuitaine and carpets.
S -A. P OLIO
cleans peint and wood, in fact the entire
house, belter than aoap. No slopping. Haves
labor. Xou can t afford to be without it.
S A. P O !L IO
for scourmg knives la better and eleaner than
bathurk-k. Will lot scratch-
S -A. P O Li I O
is better than aosp and ssnd for polishing tin
ware. Bilghtens without eoialchiog.
S A. P O Li I O
polishes brass end copper utensils belter than
acid or oil aud rotten stone.
9 A. P O L, I O
for washing dishss and glassware is Invaluable
Cheaper than aoap
S A P O L, I O
removes atains from marble mantles, tables
andststuary, from hard flnuued walla, and
from china and porcelain.
S A P O Li I O
remove stains and grease from carpet!
other woven fabrics.
There ta article keeww that will
ae anaay hind mt work aaa ne It as
well aa Sa. elle. Try It.
HAND 8APOL10
a new and wonderfully effective
toilet soap, having no equal in
this country or abroad.
HAND SAP O LI O
as an articlefor the hath,"reach.
ea for the foundation" of al I dirt,
opens the pores and gives a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the akin.
HAND 8AP0L1O
cleanses and beautifies the skin,
instantly removing any stain or
blemish Iron both hands and
face.
HAND SAP OLIO
Is withont a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness and chapping of either
hands or face.
HAND SAPOL.10
removes tar, pitoh, iron or ink
tain and grease; for workers
in machine shops, mines, Ac, is
invaluable. For making the akin
while sod soft, ard giving to it
a "bloom ol beauty," it la un.
surpaael by any cosmetic
known.
HAND SAP OLIO
...l,lll. II...I......I,. .nd
everybody should have it. You
win like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Tiny It of rear merchant If be has Iter
will procare It for yoa. If not thea write
lor ear pamphlet "All abaat eayello,"
aaa II win Be anauea iree.
ISNOOH MORGAN'S SONS
SO PABK PL AVE, K. Y.
eowlyKjul
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To tell our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture ofAcetieA to thelnte cifil war.
W. J. HOLLAND de CO..
Springrleld, Mass., or Chicago, 111.
1AIC.TI FOR MALE.
rs'RE Jenninis farm,
, X one mile norm .west
of Hamden, adioininf
farm of Hon. T. M. Hav.
containing 10 acres, 130 acres in grasa aud
oaiance in limner, A new two-story frame
noue, oarn, smoae-noiiaeaoa oiner necessa
ry outhouses are among the improvements.
The larm lies well, is well watered, fenuing
nnu everrininir ennnecveo wun ii in gnni re
Fair, ror niriner ininrmsiinn inn'iirenr
biep R.S.WILCOX Hamden, Ohio.
OHIO TJNIVEESITY.
ATHiiNS, OHIO.
Fall term begins September 2, 1873.
For Catalogue or information, address
V. II. SCOTT,
President.
TangSa
DENJ. F. ARMSTRONG.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IttcARTIIUK, OHIO.
OFFICE In Davis' Building, opposite
i" v imou vjouoit national oanit, up stairs
31jull7S ly
Attachment Notice.
Edward T. Dearth, PlainliS. against Frank 1
Leaman, defendant,
attachment before A. N. Ceiad, J. P. of Rich
land township, Vinton count r. Ohio.
ON tne 2Ath day of Julv, A. P. 1873, aald
Justice issued an order of attainment in
the above action for the sum of six dollars
on iony cents. fcliw AtlLI T. DEARTH.
July the 2th, 1873. 3w
Notice to Tresspassers.
VTOT'CE Is hereby Kiven that we forbid all
persona tresspassing on our premise in
an iimuutsr wiiausoBver. any person inu no
on oui premises a ithout permission will be
prosecuted io tne iuii extent ot tne law.
JOIMTHAN WINTERS,
17juI1873 tw HARVEY KOUB1MU.
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
13 ONE OF
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPABED,
MANUFACTORY No. lit WEST 4th St.
QINTOINN-A-TI.
WANTED, agents and peddlers for our
- " u.iaiui-., Hui .mini
isms, ielliee. herbs, vegetables, lard, tallow,
.... m, vifw.o, vsiri dv,uw eoia IB a
few localitiee. Hells quick. Every family
lished agent are Boding tbia very profitable.
Circulars fiee. I.ittleneld and Lame. ia
ashington etreet, Boston, Mass. ImsjSw
BOI'TOM FLI ItTATIUX NItiK a at
Seol on leceipl ot xo cts. Unique uriuuog
and publishing Bouse, 88 Vy street. New
lork. lmVam
fk RM-karltk SOA P. II U . u
calac, aa SO Iara Tristlt many ad van tag.
over all. ttalialactioo guaranteed, or 10
J tt u.cmpieie,wiin iuii aireciiooa.
HeckwithBawine VwhiuC. . a4 uu.
Ji.ts imjm '
rttr
1
$3,000 FOE 20 GENTS
Before you start oa a lonraejr, on an soci.
dent Insurance ticket of the Railaay passea.
gem Assi.raace Co., ot Haitford,Cona. Tick
ets for ssle at railroaa stations. Ass for an
i a. n ranee ticket.
MARIETTA COLLEGE,
MABIETTV.OUIO,
The next term in College sn4 Academy tw
frioa innrs.iay, m-pi. t. i ne town la neann
ul and nleaeant. the people intelliiient re'
tned and in full sympathy with the college,
i ahineta and apparatus are large and excel
lent; the number of volumes Si.Ouo Caodi
dates lor the ministry have tuition and room
rent resulted, and aid is given toother worthy
students needing it. The aileni'am-e ol the
last two years much larger than before. Ad
dress the Presicent, I. W. ANLKEWS.
t;Omer davl Agents wanted! All
ptuswGlrac 0f working people, of
rimer an, v' ung or oia, msKe mote money
al work for ns in their spare momenta, or all
the time, trrao anything else. Particulars free.
Address u. bTlMJUN A CO., Portlsod, Maine
We cure the habit per
manently. cheap, quick
without enacting or lm
convenience. Inscribe
your case. AddressS. O
AKMsTKI'Plti, M. U
EATERS .
Bernen 8pnngt,Michlgan
THE PAKLUB CUMrANIOM.-Kv
eiv laly wants cne I Every man wants one I
teit on receipt of ten cents. Address L. r,
B KDB CO. 15 Seventh Avenue, New York
Imrl873 am
THE NEW ELASTIC TMJHH. An
important Iarnrfioa It retains the rupture al
all times, and under the hardest exercise or
severest strain. It is worn withoomlort, and
ifkepton night anddsv. Meets a uermsnen
curt in a few weeks, bold eheap, and sent by
msu wnen req'iesteo, eircuisrs i,ee, wnen or
dered bv letter sent to The Elastie Truss Co.
No. tt&l Rroadwry. N. V. City. Nobody uses
metal spring trusses; too painful; they slip
on too irequenuy., imyam
WAGES
TJV1R khh WnO ARB WILLING TO WORK
1' Anv person, old or vouug. of ellh-i sex
can make from III) to VJ per week, at home
or in connection wun oiner Business, want
ed by al . Billable to either city orcountiv
and any season of the year. This la a rare
opportunity ror those who ara out or work
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No capital being required Our
pamphlet, 'How to Miike a Living," giving
fill instructions, aent on receipt of in cents.
Address, A. HURTON A CO.,Mornsisna,Wet
cnester Co., H. a. imysm
GEAKDEST SCHEME E'EE KNOWN
Fourth Grand Gift Conceit
For the Benefltofthe
PUBLIC LIBRAE Yof KENTUCKY
12,000 CAbJl GIF1S $1,600,000
Every Fifth Ticket Srawi a Gift.
8250,000for 850.
Thm Wnnvfh fimnii flifV rn.n.,1 nl.n.i...i
by special ant of the Legislature for the bene
Ht kA D..l.liA I .U -. i. ..
ii.vi tiiv i uiniu uiurnryj 'l IveiKUCK V, will
I'inur iu ruuiiu biurnrj uail, as 1.0UIS
ville, Kv..
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1873
Only sixty thousand ticksts will be sold and
one-hxlf of these are intended lorlhe Euro
pean Market, thu leaving only .Ki.iihi for nle
in the United btates, where loo.uuo were dis
posed of for the third concert. The tickets
ars divided into ten coupons or parts and
one on meir own me so Heme with a lull ex
nlsnatinn nf Ih.ir mnila nf flr.yin.
At this concert which will be the gramleat
musical nispiay ever witnessed in Ih.s couo
try, the unprecedented sum of
1.500.000.
rtffJIfianil inln 11 iMafl ABdk ew.fV. aIII k. Ji-i-ll.
uled by lot mnong the ti.'kft holdem. The
nnmhari tf iha li,.Uul A A s
hu...... v. ... ..v.rsrs a,v uj urnwn irum one
wucei uj unuu uuuureo una ne gnu irora ta
LIST OF GIFTS.
"" bictiiw sjr.Hu jfuis 4.xmijh one crnnd
neiaK nifl llkl fklUI. 1 i. . .
Venn nii i,v-n;( uuej )(rHIlU UAH II S I Ht OU.UUI I!
nn frrnntl inih twin vlt iuii .. a t
7 " p..vi-",.n..-, uua Kinim Uriel (I
Mift, 17,601); 10 CMh Kilts lo.ooo eiwh, lon,(Moj
l ennh gift fi.000 eneh, Ifto.OOOj AO Cft-h aiflu,
vi.nii i"tr ritL-n, w,"v; inurnn
ffillM 300 wich, i,tKM); Jt6 oH.-h g tlt 2UO f.-h.
AO IMIfl! S'r "dlh Olftat litft aa...k O-A tin.. 11 iu
nftft. Ilsfl en.h f,n Atm i. An. ..n .
, v - ... Boi.il , (W.tW. 11.UUU
CAnh Rifts AO tHch, 660,U''0.
ToUl, 12,000 giittf. all cash, mounting to
91 A(NI,UII0.
Th. dl.l.iKnllnn i.ill k. ..ulit
nil the tickets are sold or not, and the Vi.im
riflsall imitl in nrnnnrtinn tt !.- tii.. .
kll nnsold tickets being destroyed, as at
u ,ni-. mi., .CTiim.i uvucvi.s, ana not repre
seated in the drawing.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
ii-jiv. u riri-i a-" liniTtm .w, ifninX Or WOn
coupon, ft; pven whole ticket for A0; l
llfkfira fna likTVI- Il1aak.l. I..I..I.. t "
IVI.aI. AiAtA. sen k.l. nr. .
... ... , a. wiiirm lvr.3.a IUr O,'"!',
227 whole tickets for 10,000. No discount ro
The tmpnntllele'l nUAiefl of the third sift
concert, km well a the MttHfimtinn given by
the fimt Rnd eeenn , mukei it only nftcetMiiry
to flnnonnce the fourth to in mire the pro mot
uftle ot earv ticket. The fourth gift concert
will cnntlucted in nil iu rteUih like the
iiMiM. nnu iuii rHr(iruinrs mny ie lenrnM
frnm circtilnre, which be ent tree from this
o " esi 1 wt ,iu nuinT iur tnein.
r a ..
' iv -uri" niiw lomiy r BUlfJ, nn1 All OrOerM
nrrompunied by the money promptly filled.
Liberal terms given to thoe who my to tell
err... WLKUl t O lliul K-tA m n
nncui r Avi. uinr., nj.ifian .TinnrtKRr iiiii Van
?rt. Pnhliii l.ihnAFBt Uit.l.tinn t
AaMairki r ik. is- iu , ....
iille. Ky. ' 81
Write for price list.to t. II. JOUNMTO.f
UKEAT WESTERN GUN
WORKS.
lm Qniti. 1.1 j .a n 1 1 1 . t. .. i
a oiuiiiiiirji 11 ni r Hinurif n, r.
Breech-toedtngshot'gunn, f40to$Aoo. Doobte
tola, tl to $8. Gnn muteriftl, fluhing Uckle,
Army gun--, revolvers, etc., bought or truded
Krtf niAa ssakI aVae - - r Ik 1 . a. s.
ato.iaa uie,uil IIV IU UCtar far fTIII rial .
- . , '2 " -a-swrn we AV. V UV
examinra oeiore psia tor.
ONLY THINK! 25 CENTS
For a half a slat battle of
POOR IvI-A-lST'S
FAMILY BITTERS
Tha heaat akni a.t,u...A Tils . l
... u.vnimUrnJ7iit ou irrn iriatie. inev
! ra all hi 1 1 a . . J
vu.ta,, ui.ii.iua uiofjii naq Rra inrniuMDie
. , ., ' - vni ta sauva bkuvj, 'JUIIIU MUllfl
n nd fver, etc, etc. MAnuructiired bi
me rwn nan-h HliTKHH CX.. OHWF.nti
,: r., UI Huaitt. 9g, mm ror
niv uj mu uruggisis
s.-v.iih etruira twenty years
.... -rru Kioauu urmn wun Asm
m or lhlhisiov I eipenmentej
inijii ij vuniit)unaing roots
and her be. and Inhalinv th marl.
.linn vifiriucu. iurtanae
y discovered a most woo'lerful
I - j . , . . . ,T" n bum ill
awMMSMautDu iib mnarea aiseAKes. war
ihuwu mj relieve me severest peroxtsrn in
stantly, so the patient can he down to rent and
sleep comfortably. ONB TRIAL PACKAGE
Dc"' pi piaiu rrvtr, yjp MtXAs KuG, Ad
dress D.LAiN(iLL,A pie Creek, Wayne Co.,0
BUILDING FELT.
(No Ur used, for outside work and inside,
instead of plaster. Feltcarpelings, Ac 8end
t stamps for circular and samples. C.J. FAY,
V 3
ROAD NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby giyen that a petition will
be presented to the Commisainnar. nr Vin
ton County, O. at their next reicular session,
to be held on Moodav, the 1st day ot Septem
ber, A. D. 1873, prsyins for the e-tHnlihment
of a county road along the following describeil
route, to wit: commencma at a whit nl ir
at McArthur station, from tlieoce eoulh-eKt-
e'lj wun tne street leading past the uweluna
house of OrvilleUunningsnd through t heprem
ises of the heir of Stephen Halts, do'd, to the
west line of the lend and premnee of Richard
iniDis, tnence easterly through the lands of
said Timms to ths north.MMtenrn.pAr ...
Doith-aest ouarter of aectinn N'n. in rin.r
""hip No ten, 1101 of rtoge No. sevedteen,
17, thence eart on or near the ee tion line
through the lands ol William Maitin, Patrick
Craig, Nelsun HoBhines, .eorge Crsig, Phil
'.P yr'tier, Ham. ten furnace Co. and Laniel
Hall to the aonth-Mat nn.M nf u.
two, i of aaid township and range, thence a
nonh-easterly directiop through the lands ol
Frederick bngland to a point la the county
road leading from Kom Ifnmm m ........
about four rods north of the barn on aaid
prvuiH., ine piace or termiuus.
Jnijjati.A.p.ma. 1
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FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE,
r KKL1ANCK FIRE COMFANYr
X Ca lllcotka oner for sale eir engine in
goodworking order, together with a hose
carrisge and aeveral hundred feel of hose.
For particulars call onor addresa the Becre
h um J- H. NUGENT,
Chillicothe, 0.
Legal Notice.
NOTICK is hereby given thai aa application
will be made to the Unvernor of Ohio lor
Iha pardon of Kdmond (Juinn, convicted at
the May term. A. l. 1873 of the Vinlon coun
ty Court of Common Pleas, of cutting with in
lent to wound, and sentenced to hard labor in
tha Ohio Penitentiary for the term of one
year.
H. C.JONES A E N.BARNHILL,
' Att'ya for Edmoud Union.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER SILVERSMITH
Oppotita tbe EmmiU JJouse,
SsxreckeDgaast'a Old Stand,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
MANUFACTQRKB AKD DEALER IH
Pino Gold JewohT.
Agenli for
Ameriofta and Foreign Watches .
Ilgla W.tches fd Selts
V. t. W, - Dlankimd
ll.iwara Pearl
W.I I barn Jet
8prir.gtt.ld " Oarnet "
N. V. Necklaces
BwUs BomsU's '
Ingllih Pins and 8lu.lt
Ornis' Chains Cuff Buttons
Nlllsoa Thimliles
Opera llalr Jewelry
Ck.ttlln 8etacli
8eih Thomas Clucks, Hllver Were
Wlt.nu.rg - P'.ted Wars
Ttrry Fine Cutlery
Agents for
il ABIE & TODD'S GOLD TES.
A FULL LNE 0FG00D9 SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL k BISTEDAT PBESENTS
lioods msde to or.leran.1 repairing done by
careful workmen. No eatra charge for en
graving goods bought at this establishment.
1 jso 1873 ly
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGES, CAREIAGES,
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Oflatesl, most fashionable and elcgnl styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CH1LLIC0TIIE, 0.
I make it a point to do all my work of the
best material, and stsnd second to none in
quality of flnish or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no appienlice
bova about my establishment, and I can not
hil to please any person a ho wants the best
turnout mane in the country. I refer wuh
pride lo mv au.tomera thron.hnnt Woi.i..n.
tlhlo as to I be eharacier of woik coming
(r m Mt I!..,. tm - J . . .
suii Kunraaiee an my CU8'
tomer. perlect aatislictiun.
All kinds of Turnonts finished and
teady for sale, or made to Ordor.
Call and examine my Stock-
Rf palrlnc;, Repainting, Etc,
Will receive prompt attention.
1 have constantly stock of
SECOND HAND
Carriages, Baggies ana Expresses.
left with me for sale, repaired and almost as
guuu aa new, some oi tnem
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
IOjuI I8T3
FA KIMS FOR SALE.
rp BE fjm on which I now reside in J nek
I son lownshio. Pike Co.. tl.. nur Kii.mn.
ville, snd containing nearly six hundred seres
Also n.r farm in lilhertv lownahin. Hna. r.n .
., an.i cooiaiDing aoout nwi acres. 1 will sell
either or
BOTH FARM AT A BARGAIX.
For further information enll on a. w.iia
me fi.rM.ld in Omuu P.I.A . 'n n 'r ..
Hrst farm is in one of the most desirable ilu
ations in the township- The farm m Liber
ty township ta very convenient to the depot
al Londonderry. MASON JUNEtf.
xiiemso
HATS.
Spring and
Summer
STYLES
PUivJLI, LINE
OF-
FEATUER-WEIGHT HATS !
AT
MINE A R'S MAT STORE
PAINT STREET,
O. F. DTJFETJ,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
IMPORTER OF
Diamonds. Watches andFanoy Goods.
CR1LL1Q01HE, OHIO.
WOULD re'pectrully nnj to the cHlseos of
VintAn C.n thai Kaa Koai .nl..,.. a.i i.
busiDftM h&s incried eyery ynr un io the
f'urrvTjua nine aaliu we IBB inHHKIUI HI ltl9 DUFf
ttr naait fuanra anrl asa rlaiaan,j L
lnrRe Mock or v?r) thing upuhI't round in
- -.-c m- ... j uwivj, iuu will Hfsn n
finfHt mock of gold nd volid mlver, Mo the
bwt Plated UooUt m low m maj bouse n the
Wt STMneall lhaa aJIIKaMn. KM.J. a
cn Watches Howard. United Htntea, Elirin.
... wa.....ff..B.s inauuiacHlfei, UOtn
gold Md silver caues. Alto Urge line of
GOLD UPOBTED WATCHES,
Kmm mo tt einn n ia a
"u7.k.ti iT".'," ..in
, " .. , " " ' " ' .i-uiw lull 4.W..CU
Silver Watch from SI6loS2V.
a iuu una of all goods in our line, or made
Order h e.nrinrMi .nrkm.. u - .
Ion will reooive prompt attention
pi
tow foods.
arop ib aaa see us, Ko trouble to
ajijoj
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
It is the opinion of tbe Uamil
ton Telegraph that no nomina
tion, made at Columbus on tbe
6th, not even that of the Sage
of Ross himself, can move the
Democracy of liutler county to
such a pitch ot enthusiasm as
that of M. A. Daugherty lor At
torney General. They are un
der $100,000 bonds to be enthu
siastic It was tbe joint labor
of Daugberty and Campbell
that secured the passage of a
bill through the Legislature
authorizing tbe County Com
missioners to borrow $100,000
on the bonds of the county.
The defaulter Lindsey escaped
the Fenitentiary.tbe bondsmen
evaded the payment, the Com
missioners canceled tbe mort
gages, and the county stands in
for the $100,000. But this is
not the only reason why the
Democrats of liutler should be
lively In hurrahing lor Daugh
erly. Says the Telegraph:
'lie is the parti j :ular Iriend
of Senator Peter Murphy. Tos
sibly, it the facts could be
reached, it would be ascerrain
ed that Mr. Diugherty owes
his nomination to the efforts ol
Mr. Murphy in his behalf. For
these two men stand shouldei
to shoulder in the Ohio benate,
last winter, as tbe champion."
of the keno and laro gambler
and lottery swindlers. When
a law was proposed that was to
punish the men who, by those
gambling devices, plunder so
ciety for a livelihood, Murphy
sustained Duugherty, and
Daugherty upheld Murphy in
pposing the bill. Every lot
tery swindler and laro and ke
no gambler in liutler and War
ren counties will vote rexl 0c
tuber for Peter Murphy loi
the State Senate; ami vit,v om
ol tliuse gi'i.ir will voie uu.
work and spend money fur i l.c
elociion of a man us A lorn -
General the law officer of the
Slate who his given such no
table evidence of his sympathy
with their infamous business
Murphy is the choice ol the
Butler county Democracy
lor the Stale Senate, an
Daugherty is M'irpliy's choice
for Attorney General. With
Murphy in the Senate to vote
right, and Daugherty in the
office ol Attorney General to
:i.ve the right sort of opinions,
the lottery swindlers and the
faro and keno gamblers ought
10 have mailers pretty mufl.
lb ir own way."
FROFESiOU W. 11. G. Adset
of the Oiiio University, was ol
fered the Chair of Mathemat
ics and Civil Enginery in the
Ohio Agricultural College, bu
the offer came too lale, and
the Prolessor retains his pos
lion in the Faculty of tha Ohio
University.
An Act of Cruelty.
Chapped hands and fice are
the most serious annoyances that
farmers, and people who labor
much out of doors, experience
from exposure. Exposed per
sons, especially children, repeat
edly suffer intensely from great
cracks upon tbe 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 so easy to be had,
and so cheaply, s to pay ten
cents for a enko ot Hand Sapolio.
Hand Sapolio is not only better
than the costliest soap lor re
moving dirt, but it prevents
chopping, and renders the skin
soft and pliable. Sold every
wnere.
Fakmehs shjuld not fail ta ex.
amine the patent farm gate for
wnicn ueorge vy. lironton, Mc
Arthur. is the azent in thin nnrl
Jackson county. It is the best
ana cneapest gate ever designed
for a' farm, costinar fiftv ner ppnt
' O ef g
lesa than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it nun
not sag. Examine it when you
are in JMcarinur.
SlMOND's. fhotorranliAF. Phillir...!!,.
. 0--r 1
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as lunre as life frnm tha rinio.t
locket pioture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
irora oiner pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, orayon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
stanoea.
W will furnish the Record and the
Cinoinnati Gaaetto to subscribers at
13. 30 per year
Advkbtisiko reminds people of
things they bad been wanting all
along, bat had. forgotten, ail about
)py Goods
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.,
IS now reelvinx th. lament and mostattraol
ive stock lie baa ever opened.
Especial Attention
13
Invited to his Superior .Assortment
Of
DRESS GOODS,
New Fabrics and Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
13 0FPERRI)
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves
LACE SAQUES and LACE FOISTS
BIBBOITS.
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PARASOLSand CORSETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
OARPITIISTG
In new Patterns
Oil Clot liS,Rug7and Matting
AT CINCINNATI PRICES.
R. B. SMART.
Road Notice.
sTOTICrS Is hereby given Hint a petition w.ll
,1 be nresenie.1 to Hie Commissioners o
Vinton County, olim, at their n.'it session t.
be hlrl on Moni!:i."Keteni!er lt. 187:1, pray
inn Tor he estHl.lii'liim'nt of a county ro...
.loon Hie follnwiiin route, lo wit' HPKir.mnus
.he soiilli em I of Market street, in the town n
Mutr'hur, in siml county of Vinton, Iron
llieni'a Hoiltn alKint 'tg ilriirees wes I, on s
line with si.nl slrret Hiroiiuli the liin.ls nn
invimsm of Kira P Holhwil, Joseph I'oil
lil.le, iavil K. Bsird, Harvey Rnltl.ins, am
Ihe heirs nl'Snri.h KoId, rle.iease.1, to a f in
in the OH.itnr ol the .1:1 ''won roa.l. north o
the rrsi'lnce of Levi Wyn an, thence soull
'hrnutih Ihe Isn.ls ami prein les of Levi Wy
.inn to a stake 4" links not of an npiile trt.
near the south line of said Wymnn's irem
isp; thence south shoui 8 .Ingres, east ton
oak tree on the premises of I vy H ix.on, neif
the soiiili line ur Elk townhi, an.l nearth
soinhlineol tlm l.inils of tvtl Ivy llmson
llieni'e south alMiut R .leffrres west In a whit
i.ik Ine iit-nr the resiilpur-e of lohn Hall,
in. I llii'. ilili I hp preiniKes ..f Ihe hens ol Sir
I'lM'ii hull iieii'MM'ri, ssiil li.st npitli..ne.
joiul Ifinir it teriiiiiiii1 ol h:,I.I ro:i., nn.l he
intf in i In. I. in town-liip Vim. in i.otv, nliu.
M.t.N'V FETITlONIil.S.
Jii'jt 17, UTS. 4t
Ko Person east lake these buitit ac
cordinff to directions, ami remuln lon unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed hy mine
Ml poison or other means, and vital orgaui
wasted beyond tho point of repair.
Dyspepsia or IitillReatlnn, tTpadsrhe
Pain iu the bliouldcrs, CoukIis, TlKlitness of Hit
Cliest, Dizziness, Sour Kructutioni of the Sto
mach, Had Tusto in the Mouth, Billons Attacks.
Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lnnirs, I'uin In tho mrIoiis oi the Kidneys, and
a hundred other pnlnhil symptoms, are the urf
springs of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove
better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy
advertisement.
Far FemaleComplalnts, In young or old.
married or single, nt the dawn ol womanhood,
or the turn of lire, theso Tonic Bitten display so
decided an luflueuce that liupruvenieut la soon
perceptible.
For liiflnnnnatnry nnrl ChrnnL
Ilheuniatlsm and (iout, Bilious, i.eniilleul
and Intennitlent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Hitters have
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Blood.
They are a gentle Purgative as well
as a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of tho Uver and Visceral Organs,
and In Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, King-worms, Scal.l Uea.l,
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, itch, Scurfs, Discolors
lions of the Skin, Humors snd Diseases of the
skin of whatever name or nature, are liter
Uly dug np and carried out of the sys
iein In a short time by the use or these Bitters.
Grateful Tliousanila proclaim Vimkoar
BiTTEits the most wonderful Invlgorant that
)ver sustained the sinking system.
H. II. MCDONALD A. CO.
Drngglsu and Oen. Agts., San Francisco, CaL.
A cor. of Washington and Clurlton fits.. N.V.
OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS k DEALERS.
1)IL lltuOK'S WliNE OF TAft.
.Ten jenra of ) pnb
lie lest tins proved Jjr
Crook's H lue or Tar U
nave more merit than
any similar preparation
ever ollered to tho pub.
lie. It Is rich In the
medicinal qualities ol
Inr, and tineqtiRlod foi
dlsenses of the Thro.il
nnd I.nnics, performing
the MOST KKMAKKAHLI
Cures. It EFFECTUALLY
euros nil i -
4'olilft. It hns cured sc
miiny cases of Aslhms
nnd llroiirliltli, that 11
bus licen pionounced s
specitlo for tlifse com.
nluiuls. For Pit ln in
I ho llrenat. Hide ol
Ilnck.Urnvel or Kid-
- "' j sjiapiiNe, iiiseasei
or the Urinary Ornns. Jaundice, oi
any Liver Complains- It litis no equal
II la alao a superior Ton e,
Iteftlorea ihe Appetite,
Htrenglhena the Nystrm.
Bet, tores the Weak anil D.billtaied.
t'aaaea the Food le UiKetit,
Removes nyapepaln and Indlrratiosi.
Prevents Ulalarioua 1'evera.
Olvea tone to year Kyatetn.
I T R I OT N
Ilat Pale, Yellow, Sicklr-Looklng Silt
is chnnired to one of frealineaa and health
Those Dlaeamea of the NMn, Plmplea
Fnatules. Blotrheaand Krnptlona an
removed. Nrrfnle),Werfiilnne Itlaeaaet
r the Eyea, White Hwelllna;, Vleera,
Old Korea or any kind of Humor rnpldlj
dwindle and disappear nnder Its Influence
In fact It will do yon more good, and curt
yon more speedily than nny ami all otliei
Errpnrntlons combined. What is it t It Isna.
ure's own restorer 1 A soluble oxvd of Iror.
combined with the medicinal properties ot
Poke Root divested of all disagreeable qni.
itles It will cure any C'hrenleor lanr
Mandlnar ntaeaae whose renl or dlreo
eaoae Is bad blood. Rhenanallsm.Pnlnt
la l.lmbaor Bonea,'onatllatlona bra
ea down bv Mercurial or other poisons
ars :y.li cured 6ylU For Hy phi I la, or Sypre
little taint, there Is nothing: eonn! to It
A trial w'M prove It. AHK FOR DR
NlS WrT."m"D MW 01
S3
1
I
s.tir
If
Bnj your
- r -. I boots and .
I Shoes of I. W.
ty I wilson. at :
A ri)R Hamden, who
fJTtiJSTll manufHctitrea
Yvl$r TJ! so-l deals .
XtL'JA.Zi clmively I a J
'WT''ll'iWll tnrxeartiolia.
VS5jTi Special aU
So23rA lentios given 1
ET j "J
ra
KINO Or THE BLOOD.
host raosotroB Kntmsn or TB
aiwo Ti nucovaaiD.
CtTnE9 ALL HUMORS, FROM A COMMOH
EHUmoN TO TUB WOBiT SCROFULA.
Br its use Cancers are cared, snd
Cancerous tumors are dispersed without the inr-
eon's knife Scrofula conquered, ana Consamp
ion prevented and cured.
Venereal Diseases, Merenrlal and Miner,
al Poisons, snd their effects eradicated, snd vigor
ous health and a sound constitution established.
Female Weakneaa and Diseases
Dropsy, general or partial; Swellings, eiternal of
internal; and Tumors are reduced and dispersed
la s very short time.
Erysipelas, Salt Rhennt.Scalr ITesd, lid
fever Sores are soon removed by this powerful
detergent medicine.
Heorbotle Disease, Band ran", Scaly
crRongh Skin, snd Pimples quickly give way,
leaving the skin smooth and fair.
Cbronle Diseases, Fever snd Apis, Dis
ordered Liver, Dysrnsia.Rheumathirn, Nervous
Affections, General Debility, in short, sll tha
n onerous diseases caused by bad blood sre con
anered. and give way before this most powerful
corrector, the King of the Blood.
Bach bottle contains between forty snd
fifty ordinary doses, costing only one dnllsr. '
From oae to four or Ave bottle will
enra Belt Rheum. Scald Head, Ring Worm. Plrai
tiles on the Face, Biles, ordinary Eruptions, etc.
Front two toefffht bottle will tare
Bealy Eruptions of the Skin, Ulcere, Sores, snd
Canker in the Month and Stomach.Krys!pelaa,te.
From two to tea bottle will restore
healthy action to the Liver and Spleen, will rsg
late the Bowels snd Kidneys.
From two to six bottles will be fonnd
effectual in curing Neuralgia, Slck-Headacbe, St.
Vitus' Dance, and Epilepsr.
From live to twelve bottles will enra
Ihe worst cases of Scrofula.
From three to twelve bottle wilt
cure severe and obstinate cases of Catarrh.
From two to four bottle will cure the
worst cases of Piles, and regulate Costive Bowels.
From two to ten bottle will cur
bad cases of Dropsy. .
Price $ I per bottle, or ( bottles for 15.
Sold by all Druggists .
D. B1SS0M, SOX k CO., Pre r
Bee testimonial Is local column. BlUUs, w. T.
fc. i r.mly will ''(t
H.T.Helmbo:d & ,
TliiVDK
MARK.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
la Ihe only Known Remedy for Bright' Dis
ease and has rurid every euro i f lilul.t ti s In
which it bus hel l, plveu. Irritation of th.'.NecIC
of the Illiulder and InflaiiiinHtinn of the Kidneys,
Ulceraii.in of tho Kidneys end Bladder, IMen
tion of Urine, Dieenvi'S of the l'roslate Gland,
Stone in Hie lllod.lcr, Urnvel, 1 trick Dust Depntit,
and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and f. r En
feebled mid Dellcuie Constitutions of both rx,'S,
attended with the following symptoms: Lo.s
of Power, Lo'S of Memory, Dilnciilty of lir.ntli
Ing, Weak Nen-es, Wakefulness, Pain ill llvi
Bock.Klurhlngiif ihcllody, Kriiptionou the Fuc,
Piilli.l Coiinteii inee, lassitude of Hie System, ct
Used hy persons in tho decline or change t f
life; nflcr ronttnemeut or lubur pains, bed-net-ting
in children, etc.
In many affections peculiar to Indies. IV.c
tract Buchu U uiieqtiuled by any other remedy
As in Chlorosis or Retention, irregularity, I'u'.n
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evucuotions,
Ulcerated or Schirnis state of tho Uterus, Leu
enrrhrea or Whiles, Sterility, snd for sll com
plaints incident to tho sex. It is Prescribed
extensively by tho most eminent Phvdc'nm and
Midnives for enfeebled and dclicuto cumula
tions of both sexes and all ages. n
KEABNET'S EXTRACT BTJCI.'l',
Cure$ Dittaiei AtMnij from Irudencei,
ttubiu of IMtHptitton, Etc., In sll their stages, at
little expense, little or no cbango in diet, uo In
convenience, and no exposure. It causes s fro
orient desire, and gives strength to urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying Pain
and Inflammation, so frequent in this class of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BTJCHir,
11.00 per bottlo or six bottles for fS.OO, delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold by
druggiits everywhere. Prepared by
, KEARNEY & CO., 104 Daane St, N. T.
to whom all letters f ' 'formation should bo
addressed.
AVOID QUACKS lHO IMPOSTS.
Ht Cbsrrs for Advice snd Oeninltation.
Dr.J. D Vyott.Gn&myaatJ.ffeitrrn ir.dirnt
Colltgt, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all diseases of tho
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which ha hss made
an especial study), either iu male or female, no
matter from what causo originating, or of how
long standing. A practice of 80 years enables
him to treat diseases with succees. Cures guar
anteed. Charge reasonable. Those at a dis
tance can forward letter describing Fymptoms,
and enclosing stamp to prepay postage. a)
Bend for the UniiU hi liratlh. Price 10 ecn iZ
sT. B. DY0TT, M. 1)., Physician and Surgeon.
104 Dustiest., New York,
1 QgJ
Notice to the Stockholders of
Notice to the Stockholders of the Ga lipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
A LT, parties hnvinff anhser.hH
i.ital stock ol the 0.. MoA. k C. K. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to the!ee
retaryofthe Company, at his office on the
Public Square, in Oallfonlis, Ohio, or if mure
convenient, to Daniel Will, President of the
Vinton County Bank, at MoArthur, Ohio, of
an installment ol live dollars on each share
" Angu 1 10 "Vm ,h'n 180 dy f lh" dte
WM.SHOBKR.See'y
deo.mi. a B.R.60.
S. T. BOCCESS,
i:KSIDliT 1EIIST,
Jackson, O. H., Ohio.
Can st sll times be fonnd at his office.
T F. fc T H Y XT KAOTE D.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
salety, by the use or
LAUGHING OAS.
22m7 1873.

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