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THE VINTON RECORD.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, Mav Mh, 1873, train,
will run follow-.; Ni. S, , 6 aad 6
run dsilyj all other train daily, Suu lays ea-
No. a. Nr. 3. No. 1.
Station SM.Kx. Fact Cm. Ex.
Cn-lnnit10 'm 1 00pm T 3A.tm
UhtlIi.-oihe.... li 6 uipm II twin
Richland Fur S Warn tspm 1 pm
Hamdee a I7m "in 1 Mpm
WoAaTiiua.--...... 3 isnn llpm
Vinlua ..... S 37am 21pm
Ealeaki.. - S ."aia 6 !tpm
Hoix Furnace.... 3 Mam pm
1 iff pm
No t. No 4.
Nations. Fast L. Bt.I.Ex
Park erscurs; ...... Khm 11 10pm
Hop FiirDac(.-..io Warn
Zaleaul.. ...... .11 Mum
3 01 pin
fiaioa... ...ll loam
McAataua II lain
Ham.len .11 30nm
Wichlacd Fur.. H 4""ni
Oincinnali .. -..4 6opra
NO. 1 will stop between Cincinnati and Bbn.
ehasier.al C. k S. Junction and Loveland on
ly; east ol Blanehesler it will amp at ail ata.
liana except Farmer,', Harper',, Moonvdle,
Mineral, New England. Big Run, Cutler. Lit
Ho docking, Flemings', and Tunnel. Ml. 3
will atop on Western Division at C H.
Juael.on, l Ireland aud Greenfield only; on
Kaatern Division at Hamden, McArlh ur,
galeski, and all alaiionaeaatol Athena. Tin,
train will alio stop at Kin', iovhatn, Moon
Vdleand Mineral Cityon signal. NOS. ft AMI
A will atop at a d. Junction, Loveland,
Ureenfleld, Chillieothe, Hamden, Alhena and
Bcotl'a Landing only. NO. 8 will make all the
stopa between Parkeirhurg and Manchester,
except Tunnel, FleminK's, Liltie llockintf,
Mineral t'tty. King', Ingham Vinton Fur
nace and Farmer'; between Wancnester and
Cincinnati, at Lovelaml. C. A 8. Junction and
Cumminavilleonly. NO. 4 will atop at Bel
pre, Vincent',, New England, all stations be
tween Athen, and Hamden, and wen of Ham
den, at Clullicothe, (ireenfleld, Loreland,
Madisouville, C. S. Ji'O'.tion and Cuimniut
PARKERSBURH, MARETTA AND ZALE9
The Parkarsbur, Marietta and Ztleakl Ae
eominodatim leavea Zileaki at 0 10 a. m.,
arriving at Parkersburg at 30 a. m ; re
turning leavea Parkemburg it 3 10 P. M.
arriving at Zaleski at 0 60 P. M. Tbia tiain
atop, at all stitton.
The Zaleski Freight going east leavea
Chillicotlie at II OH a. m ; Uavsville 7 36; Rich
land Furnace, I OA; Haimleu, arrive 8 36
depart 00; McArthur, 3f, Vinton, 10 OA;
Zaleski 10SU. (ioing went Z:il,i,4 00 p.m.;
Vinton 4 an, McArthur 6 00; Hamden, arrive
30-dep.irt 0 on; Richland Furnace, 3 30;
Bayaville, 7 00; Chillicnihe, 8 36.
Train, on the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
will leave Hamden at 8 IS a.m. and 3 45 p. m
arriving at Purlainoulh at 11 2ila m. and 0 46p.
m. Returoingtraina ill leave Portsmouth nt
8 15 a. m, and 11 36 p. m., arriving at liara
den at 11 16 a. m. and A 46 p. m.
Trams connect a: I.oveland for all pointa on
the Little Miami Railroad, and at the lndianap
olia and Cincinnati Railroad Juncti .n for nil
pointa Weal; klAlhen,, with the Columbus
A H. V. K. K., it Parker-burg, with the B. 4
O. B. B. W. W. PEA BODY,
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHAELES W. BAMETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to HcArthur Station
to meet ah train,.
Hack leavea McArthur pout office al 10
o'clock, A. M., to meet Fast Line Went; nt
11 M. to meet the Cincinnati Express going
n,t; al 1 o'clock P.M., to meet the St. Louis
Express going went, al S P. M. for Fast Line
east. Will meet the I'arkernbiirg, Marieita
and Z iloiki Accommodntion on application
in person or by letter.
Ordera left at the post office, McArthur, or
Pundaa, promptly atirmledtn.
K'Jray CUAKLES W. BAKNETT.
VILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
I WILL run a hvk from Wilkeaville t
Hamden and return every Monday, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday for the accommo
dation of nansengera. making clone connec
tion with the mail traina on the M. A C. K. It.
1 will also carry expre8 package, chipped
lo or from point, by the Adams Kxpre Co.
ep7 ISAAC W. MILLER.
A Bold Theft.
On Thursday, just afternoon,
while Van Amburgh's show
was exhibiting in the bottom
back ot the city, a well-dres6ed
man, with dark whiskers, en
tered the office in the mill of It.
Aleshire & Co., and inquired
of James, son of Mr. A., some
thing in reference to the burrs
of the mill which were on an
upper floor. James told him
thai some of the men in the
mill could give him the infor
mation sought, also show him
the way to the burrs. With
this he went leward the rear of
the mill, but soon returned
and told James that he could
not get up stairs, as the way
was closed with barrels, and
asked him to come and show
him the other way. James
went, and while showing him,
heard the office door 6hut and
immediately returned, but it
was too late. The money draw
er in the office had been rifled
of $375, and the light-fingered
fellow had sloped. Ilia com
panion, the man who wanted
to look deep into millstones,
walked leisurely back to the
engine room, aud passed from
sight The police were imme
diately notified, and started in
search of the millstone man
and pal, but they could not be
found. It was aitervrard learn
ed that they walked down the
river and failing to steal a skiff
above Chambersburg, got on
the Billy Collins at that place
and shipped for Huntington.
The lellow that went through
the drawer did not see fit to
disturb the small change or
money checks therein. It is
supposed that these are the
6ame birds who went through a
drawer in a mill at Parkers
burg, on the day Van Amburg
An Ohio reporter, desperate
for an item, has given the
world tho avoirdupois of the
Urund J ur.
ri A 1J O L I O
it a aubalitute fr snap for all bouaehold
purpoaea, except warhing clothea.
S V O L I O
lor cleaning your home wll aava the labor ol
oue cleaner. Give it a trial.
S A. 3? O L, I O
for window, la better thaa whiting or water.
No remomng cuitain and carpeta.
S A P O Ii I O
cleana paint and wood, m fnct the entire
house, beiler than enap. No alopping. bavea
labor. You can t afford to be without it.
S A P O Ti I O
forecouring Knlve, I, better md cleaner than
batb brick. Will not auralch'
S A P O Xi I O
la b.tter than aoap and aand for polinhing tin
war J. Bitghlene without acratching.
S A P O L I O
polishes braa, and rnpperutenaila better than
acid or oil aud rotten .ton.
S A P O L I O
for waahmg Uishe, and glaatwara ia invaluable
Cheaper than loap '
S A P O L, I O
remove, main, from marble mantlea, table,
andttntuary, from hard-flniahed walla, and
fioin china and porcelain.
remove, ktaina and greate from carpet,
other woven fabnea.
There la do one article known that will
de ninny kind of work and do It as
wellaaNa.iollo. Try It.
new and wonderfully effective
toilet aoap, having no equal in
thia country or abroad.
HAND 9AP0L1 O
as an articlefortheliath,"reach.
a for the foundation" of all dirt,
open, the pore, and give, a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the akin.
cleanae and beautifies the akin,
inatanilyemoviog any ,tam or
blemiab Irom both banda and
HAND SAP OLIO
la withnnt a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
neaa and chapping of either
hands or face.
HAND R A POLIO
remove, tar, pitch, Iron or Ink
ataitit and grease; for worker,
in machine nhopa, mine,, Ac, ia
Invalualile. For making 'lie akin
hue and oft, ai d giving to it
bloom ol beauty," it ia on
iirpad by any cotmetic
HAND SAP 0 LIO
conta 10 to 18 cent per cake, and
everybody should have it. You
will like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Hoy It ofyonr merchant If he baa It or
will procure It fur ynn. IT not then write
forour piiinplilet., "All about .Hapollo,"
and It will be mailed free.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS.
20 PAltK riACE, S. Y.
To icl I our oew book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture of acenea In the lute civil war.
Send stamp for circular.
W. J. HOLLAND cfc CO.,
Bpringtield, Ma,,., or Chicago, 111.
FAKITI FOR MALE.
rf?L''HE Jcnninga farm,
r'rvja A one mile north went
4.eVr Himi'len, adjoining
JLm. farm of Hon. T. M. Hny,
containing lo acre,, l",acrea in gra.aaud
balance in timber, A hew two-ntnry frame
houe, ham, amoke hotif e and other necessa
ry out-housea are among the improvement,.
The term Ilea well, ia well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re-
rair. For further information mn'lirenf
inep K. S. WII.COX Hamdeti, Ohio.
Fall term begins September 2, 1873.
For Catalogue or information, address
W. II. SCOTT,
DENJ. F. ARMSTRONG,
ATTO R N E Y .T LAW,
OFFICE In Pnvia' Building, opposite
the Vinton County National Bank, up ataira,
Edward T. Dearth, Plaintiff, against Frank i i
attachment before A. N. Cezad, J. P. of Rich
land lownehi p, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON tne 2ith day of July, A. P. 1873, said
Juatice jemied an order of atla-hment in
the above action for theaumof aix dollars
and forty cents. KDWAUD T. DEARTH.
July the ttath, 1873, J
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOTICE is hereby given that we forbid all
persons treavpaaaiug on our premise in
any manner whatsoever. Any person found
on out premises without permission will be
prosecuted to the lull extent ol the law.
17jull873 Iw HAKVLY KObBINd.
The Best and Cheapest
Id ONE OF
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPABED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WE8T 4tb at.
1TANTEU, agents and peddlers for our
If Press and strainer Presses and atrains
lama, jellies, herb,, vegetable,, lard, tallow,
meats, cheese, Ac. over 60,000 sold in a
few localiue. fcells quick. Every family
wants it. ewing .Macnine and oilier ei.tao-
lihed agent, are finding this very profitable.
Circular, fiee. I.ittlenrld and tianie, 1"2
HaihinKton rtreet, Ho-lon, Maes. lloaw
BO.TO.X t'LIKTATIO.N HIUXAL8,
Bent on teteipt ot 'io ct,. tuique printing
and publishing House, 'Hi Vesey street. 'ew
The Berk with 20 Family dewing !)!
chine, en 3U !' Trliili mauy ainanlag
ex over all. Bailaction guaranteed, or ilO
leruu'ien. beni coinpieie,wnn lull oireciion'..
Hevkwith ttewtng Machine Co., Hit breadway,
H. Y. imyam
FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE,
! REMANCB FIRE COMPANY:'
X Ch llicothe oiler for vale eir engine in
goodworkiug order, together with a ho.e
carriage auif several hundred feet of hose.
Kor particular call onor address me Score-
;;;um J. H. nugent,
N'OTIC R ia hi rebv given that an application
will be made to the Uuvernor of Ohio lor
the pardon of Kdmond Qinnn, convicted at
the May lerm, A. l. I"3 of tho Vinton cnuns
ly Court of Common Fleaa, of culling witli iu
tent to wound, and sentenced to hard labor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for the term of one
H. C.JONES 4 E N.RARN'HILl.,
Att'ya for Edmond (Juinn.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Shreckcngaust's Old Stand,
MANUFACTURER AMD DEALER IN
Fine Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign Watches.
N Y. '
Oi nt.' Chains
Beih Tbomaa Clucks,
O ld Setts
Pin, and 8luds
SAME & TODD'S GOLD PEXS,
A FULL LNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BRIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENTS
c;nort mnrfp to orilorftnl rerninnff done hv
onreful workmeo. No extn ohre (r en
gravida snm.M bought nt this establishment.
Of latest, most fashionable and elegAnl styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
make it a point to uo all my work of the
beet material, and eland necond to none in
piniity ot Oman or durability. I employ no
nl'erior workmen, there are no npnienlice
bnva about my ertahlmhment, and I can not
lail to pleaie any nerinn who wants the best
turnout made in the conniry. I refer with
pride to my utiitomer, throughout ejouluern
Ohio as to the character of xork coming
ruin my iiiciiirvi anu guarantee an my uua
to mem perlect sails! wliou,
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing, Itrpaiiitlng, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
SECOND II -A. 1ST ID
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
led with me for sale, repaired and almost as
g'loit as now, route ol mem
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
FARMS I OR SALE.
THE fojm on which I now reMe in Jnck
son township, Pike Co., u., near Shnron
villn, and roiitiiiiiing neatly mi hundred acres
Also my farm in Liberty toannhip, Hoe Co ,
11., ami coutuiuiug nbout 9tW acres. I willnell
BOTH FARMS AT A BARGAI.Y.
For further information call on or write to
me directed to Umegn. Pike Co., O, The
firat farm is in 0110 of the moat deaimble "illl
ation, in the town, hip" The farm in Lilier-
tv townahuna very convenient to the depot
al Londonderry. MASON JONES.
FEATHER-WEIGHT MATS !
MINE A R'S HAT STORE
C. F. DUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and lancy Goods.
TfTOULD repeetful!T aay to the citizens of
v v v mion un. inai ne n.s enlarged nis stock
making one of the largest in the Bute. Our
business has increased every year up lo the
present lime and we le?l thankful to the pub
lic for past favors, and are determined to keep
a large mock oi every ming usual' j lounn in
a first-claiia Jewelry Mtore, and will keen the
finest stock of gold and solid silver, Mo the
hest Plated Uooda, as lowaa any house in the
We keen all the different bran is of Amen
can Watches How-rd. United Htates, Kljiin.
Waltham and Ppringrield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver cases. Also a large line ol
GOLD lUrORTED WATCHES.
Krom tit lo $.100.00, also silver from $12 to
tl.ni. We have a veiy rrhable full Jeweled
Silver Watch from IIA tolid.
A full line of all good, in our line, or made
to order by experien'ed workmen. Repair
inn wilt receive prompt attention
Pleaie drop in and see us. tio trouble to
Thb way types can be ec
centric is shown by an Iowa
special as it appeared in a Chi
cago paper, about the arrest of
a mail robber, "upon whose
person was found rifled let
ters and two nail fagsl" Mail
keys ot course.
It is related that a plain hon
est larmer, the friend of Clay,
being solicited to be a candidate
tor the Legislature called upon
the great Mr. Clay and sought
his council as to the propriety of
serving his country as the maker
of laws. "My advice to .J'ou,"
said Mr. Clay earnestly, "is to
keep out of politics. They will
trump all kinds of charges
against you and ruin your char
acter" "But,'' replied the hon
est old farmer, "they can't say
anything against my character.
Everybody knows that I have led
a blameless life." "Try it," ad
ded Mr. Clay, who knew how it
was himself, "try it." The good
old man did try it, and betore
the oanvass was over be with
drew from it in very deep dis
gust. Meeting Mr. Clay after
wards he was aBked what were
his chances for election. "I
have withdrawn," he replied
somewhat earnestly. "Do you
think," said he, "they not only
charged me with stealing a
sheep once, but what is worse,
they came d d near proving it!
I am done with politics.'
Dr. Ransom's Hive Syrup and
Dr. Ransom's Hive Syrup and Tolu or Honey Syrup.
Is not a quack medicine. It
is prepared by a regular physi
cian of over twenty years' prac
tice, who used it with great suc
cess in his large practice for the
cure of croup, coughs and colds
among children, and nearly all
of his families kept the medicine
in the house to be ready for a
sudden attack. Only 35 cents.
Toothache. Moisten a bit of
cotton with Dr. Miller's Magnet
ic Balm, put it into the cavity of
the tooth or on the gum by the
side of it, and bathe the face witn
the Bulm, and it will bother you
no more. 25 cents pays for a
bottle of the BJra.
See advertisement in another
The great chill cure. Thia
medicine has been attended with
unbounded success wherever used
It nets promptly as an anti-peri
odic in arresting and breaking
up the periodicity of chills; as a
reliable tunic in bracing the sys
tern and giving tone to the motor
and sensory nerves; nnd as an
efficient, sure and ppecdy chola
gogue in expelling vitiated til-
iious secretions from the system
and in establishing the healthy
secretory functions of the liver,
spleen and kidneys.
It is certain and sufe in the
treatment of all malarial fevers,
and is recommended by physi
cians for every age fur the in
fant and adult.
We invite the attention or
our readers to the advertise
ment ol the Goodrich Tucker,
in another column. It is sim
ple, works perfectly, and is the
most useful attachment that
can be put on a sewing ma
chine, Buy no other until you
examine the Goodrich. Most
of the sawing machine agents
sell them. Woodside, the
Wheeler & Wilson agent, says
it is the only tucker worth
Fakmehs should not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which George W. Urunton, 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.
Sunvn'i Phnfnirranher. Chillicothe
- , n i i
gives careful attention to waking cop-
f . , ' I, - 1 L
ies ot oiner pictures, i iciuimb uiujr ue
made as large as life from the tiniest
Iccltet picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful nnd judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pus
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
Wk will furnish the Record and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at
13 50 per year
Advurthiio reminds people o'
things they hftd been wanting al,
along, but bad forgotten all about.
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
3 now reclvinn tin large! and most attract
ive stock he haa ever opened.
Invited to his Superior Assortment
New Fabrics and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
LACE SAaUESanTlACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
LaceGoods and Embroideries
in new Patterns
AT CINCINMATI PHICES.
II. II. S'lAHT.
NTITICn; is hereby given that a petition w.ll
Be presented to the Commissioners of
Vinton t'otinty, Ohio, at their next miioii to
be held an Monda", September 1st. IH7:i, prny
ini for he e"lnliiiihiiiejit of a county road
long llicinllnwintl route, to wit' Hcuir.ninu nl
the Month end ol Mnrlrct street, in the town ol
Mci'iuir, in said county of Vinton, Irom
llii iii'e KOittn all, nt K'i 'ileiireei went, on a
line with snid alrei t through t!.e liindu and
pri-moie of Kzrn P. HotliwHI, .loiieph lod
ilii l.e, I'nvid K. Kiiird, llHrvey Robl.inn, nnd
the tii'ir-" of Siirnh Hobo, deceaed. to a point
in the center ot the l.i 'ioii roa l. north of
the residence of Levi Wyii an, thence south
IhroiiKh the binilii and prein ies of l.en Wy.
limn to a utako 4'i links west of an apple tree
near the vnutli line of hit! il Wv'iuiin s prein
is; thence south shout 8 degree Oil .-1 loan
oak tree on the premi-esof Ivy II it ion, near
t lie south I ne of Elk township, nnd nrur the
south line nl IliebmUnl sa'd Ivy llixmn;
thence south about 8 decrees west to a w hite
nun tree neiir tho resilience of bilin Hnlts,
and through I he premises of the hens ol Jj.'e
I'hen Suits, ilc'ctisi'd, snid lost loentfuned
.mint beini; tbe tcnniuiis o nid rnol.nnd lie
inn in I'litilon towiilii Vinton -unt v , ithio.
MA .NY I'ETI I'll i.N KHS.
rW M I
No Person can take these Hitters ac
conliiig to directions, and remain lonsr unwell
provided their bones are not destroyed by mine
nil poison or other nuan, and vital orgam
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Ileailarhe
Tain in tho Shoulders, Courtis, Tightness of th
Chest, Pizzlncss, Sour KructationH of the Sto.
mnoh, Hud Taste in the Mouth. Ihliotis Attacks.
Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
I.ungs, Pain In the tvcioni of tho Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, nre the off
sprinns of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove i
better guarantee of its luerita than a leugthj
ForFcmnleCoinplnlnts, inyonngnr old,
married or single, nl llic dawn of womanliond,
or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
decided an Influence thai improvcmcul is hood
For Inflninnintnry nnd Clirnnk
It lieiiiiiutlsm uud (lout, llilious, i.niiiltcul
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the lllood,
I.lvcr, Kidneys and Illadder, these Hitters have
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
They nre a gentle Purgative lis well
ns a Tonic, possessing die merit of acting as
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In
flammation of tho I.lvcr aud Visceral Organs,
and in Hilious Diseases.
For Ski ii Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, lllotchcs, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Holla, Carbuncles, King-worm, Scald-Head,
Soro Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Decolora
tions of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
Skiu of whatever name or nature, are liter
illy dug up and carried out of the sys
xm In a short time by the use of these Hitters.
Grateful Tliouannds proclaim Vinkoai
Bitteks the most wonderful luvlgorant that
jver sustained the sinking svstctn.
It. II. MclM)Ai.D ti CO.
DrnggiBts and Oen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal,,
ft cor. of Washington and Charlton St., N. Y.
SOLD BY ALL, DUUUUISTS A DEALEI13.
Dll.CKOOK'S WINE OF TAIL
Ten yenraof n nl
He to-t lins proveit Dr
( iisik's Wine f Tar tc
linvc iiioiu i.iorlt tlinn
nny siiiilliir preiinrntioD
t'Vi-r ollorcd to till) pull
lie. It is rich in the
nicdicittnl qtuililies ol
Tar, nnd uiii'qtiiili'U fin
dlsciiocs of the '1 hroiit
nnd I.tuiK, pcrforining
I lie Mir'T IIKMAKKAIIM
itTe' cures nil 'ttiiHha and
a'iT 'ollH. It hits cure.1 so
.1.1 "ta f,,.,i,v ,. lit i.ll.n,.
ami ilronrliltlM. tliutit
lias been pronounced
spccilio for tin-so coin
plaints. For l'nliia) Id
1 1 to Urr-nKt, Nlilei oi
Ilncli. Gravel or Kid.
ney IsiM-nap, IUseusct
of tlio I'rlnnry Orniins, Jniiiidic, Ol
any I.lvcr oirtniniiii it una no equal
It in iiIhii a HiiiM-rior Ton r.
Hestoro I lie Appetite,
pttreiigiiirns ine nvsicin,
Realorca the Vttnk nnd lebilitntd,
4 uiimc I lie Fund to OlKoat,
Iteuiovea 1vP-nIii nnd Indliceation,
rrevenis Malarious Fevers.
GlTr tone to your Stj-atem.
Tiat Fale, Yellow, SieWy-LooWns Skit
im cniinucii loone oi iresiineiw ami neaiiii
Those Iliaeasea of the Nkln. Plmoles
Piisitltle. Btotehea and F.rnptlnna art
removed. Nernrnll-vroftilonM lllseaae,
of the Kyen. YVIi te Nwelllnir, Ulcer.
Ill siorea ornny kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle rtnd flisnpiwar under Its Influence
III lilt I It.lli 'in J'm iniFi?KUni,nMu mi,
yon moresppedlly than nny and all othei
prppnrntloiiH coin Id lied. Whitllltt It la na-tnr-'own
rostorerl A soliilile oxyd of Ivor
-iiinblnpd with the merilclnEl proiiertleso!
Pike 11 mm ill vested ol all dituiKrceulile quul
itlea it will cure any hronie or Imar
Mnndlne I-'ene wlino real or dlreo
(aiise x IuiiI blood. RheninnlNm.Pnlnr
In l.imhvor l!one, oiiKtllnliona bro
krnibmn hv Mercurial or other poisons
ir nil i-.nvil f v It. ForNj iihilin. or Syph
ilitic In in. mere la iiiitliini; oimiii in ll
1 Ir nl v rrnve It. ASH FOH Hit
I M4IOK Pt DJIFOISD Ki'UtP
rout i;ooi. '
Want a situation.
Want a servant eirl,
Want to sll a pliino,
Want to sell a carriage,
Want to buy orsell a farm.
Want a bonrdinjr place.
Want to Sell town property,
Want to sell jfrocerh's or tlrujfs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry pood or carpets,
Want to Ilnd customers for anything.
Advertising will pain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising innkes success easy,
Advertising begets conlldence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertise or "bust,"
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
No exception to this rule can be
cited! Mewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his stuck turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, hr
could make it still beiler in pros
per it y, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
Some merchants say it is n il wnrtli
while to advertise; for no person rands
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, nnd if he is wise he will prolii
by its suggestion, if lie line anything to
offer wnrtli advcrtieing How inuoh
more then will those read them who
nre not so largely supplied w th rc nl
ing matter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on thr ir paper fur
their local news, the m ( in purl.-tnt
item cf which is where they can (in J
just what they want when they come to
town to make their purchases. If yum
stock is so n'll, rusty, dusty nnd out of
style that it is worth 'ess, or if it is run
down so that you have nothing left thai
people would w nt, it is not worth
while for yiiii to a lvertiso. lint if it is
new. fresh tinrl sparkling, up to the
times, an I such as the pcopln want,
don't hide them, but publish in the
world that you hnvo tlioin, utd want
to sell tbcm at a Itur price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in a creator
ratio than most men itnnine. In the
end it will make a man's mm; a per
m.tnent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in ths minds of men until
it becomes more vnlnnblo than nnv
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a doj or a child.
or if you desire people, not to trust
your wife, yt,u rush to your local pa
per, Knowing tliat every one will rem:
the advertisement Hut you will plod
lining in tins, ness year alter year, with
out calculittiiiL' how miuli you urn los
ing tiy not advertising it RmorterA
w -j 4
If those persons who profess to be
ievo that newspaper advertisements
are not real by the public wish to be
convinced ot their error, just let tlicin
civo publicity to somo matter tliov
would not care to divulge to the world.
even in the most obscure corner of n
country paper, and see what notoriety
.i it... . , .. .
uu-y woum soon uuuin. Auveriwer
Advkrtisiso is apt to rive us that
eentle jog ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that wo promised our wife
a new dress as soon ns the hay was in
remaps n woum he a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Why do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
thetn. To know if any one is selling
mi at reuucea rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
lo satisfy cunosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriairea.
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Uecause they want to. Because thev
' i L -1 -- f 1 " ...
can i ueip it. tnw aiaie journal.
Thb power of priut is well known,
out not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advhatage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is ono of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising. Hut
nmeriisers, even tnose ot experience,
do not comprehend as well as thev
might the eapaoity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
eu matter. poKen words require the
Braces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even thee fade away in'
to nothingness if not caught in their
bight and printed Hut there is soma-
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter which gives it
marvelous force and influence Musi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. Learn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when and
wbere ol it, and you will have
knowledge worth naving.
an l deals 61
clu.ivaly i a
lo Fine Calf
Dr. Cox'a lllvo (Croup) Syrnp (nul
been known and used by the medical profession
over 100 years, and as a remedy for Colds ana
Coughs has au older and better rcpnUUon tnart
any other Coiinh medicine ever offered to tha
public. It is known as tlio Compound Syrnp of
Kilttiils. and a formula may bo lound In very
Dr. Hansom's Hive Syrup and
Tolu, In addition to the ingredients for t'm J
Hive Syrnp. contains Ilnlsamof 'folu, decoction of
HkiuikVabbniro Root nnd Lobelia, a comblnstlca
that must commend it to every one as a euperiof
remedy for Croup, "Whooping Cough.
Asthma, Droucliltla, toiiitfaa aud
Colda, indeed for all allectlous of the Throat
and I.iiiil'S where n Couth Medicine ia necessary.
ThU Ryrup Carefully Prepared
under the personal direction of a regular I'hysl
cian of over twenty yenrs' practice, whose signa
ture is attached to tho directions on the bottle.
Its taate la very pleaaaul and children,
like it '
ICverv family should keep It at a ready
remedy for Croup, Colda, etc., among tha
1). IiAHSOM, 8n:i ft Co., fropr a. Buffalo, W. T.
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
It rnrca na If by MAGNETIC
INFI.UENL'K, Neil rain in 1,1,11 ' Pall- n(1 '
therefore very properly termed " Maipietlc
halm." It is purely a vegetable preparation. It
lias no equal ns a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Dysen
tery, Colio and (II Eowel Complaint!.
. Its timely UfcOWillcureColds.t roup,l)lph
thcrin. ijiiiits y, nnd sll '1 liront atteelions.
Winn properly used. Fever and Apia,
and oilier r .inpl.tiuts incident tonurwestcrn and
southern clinuitcs, aro easily broken tip.
Nervous rain, Hck-IIendocho, and Rhea
matism aructired hy this medicine when all olhera
have failed. Toothaeho. Enn.clie, Burns. Chll.
blnlns nud Rrnlsea aro relieved at once by Its nso.
The !icn nine linn D. It BimimAf o.'B
Srivite Ih'vciiiHi Stump on the outside, and Dr.
. H. Miller's Miunietlc Hulm blown in the bottle.
Exainlno closely, and buy nuue but the gen
nine. Sold by all Druggists. Price S5 cents per
B. Ransom, Sos & Co., Fropr'a, Buffalo, N, T.
Lj rorm.rly lli '(
FLUID EXTRACT C'JCMU,
la tho only Known Itenvtly for I'rifjM's l)ls
ca'0 and hits cured every case i f liioLeles In
which it bus liei'h eieli', Irriiitlii.u of tie Neck
of thu Bladder nnd luf!nntmation of the kiom ys,
Vkerntiim of the Kidnew mill Blnddi-r, Helen
tloti of Urine. Diseases of til l Prostate Hiatal,
Stone in the Bladder, (iravol, Brick Dtt-t peroeit,
and Mucous or .Milky liiscliares, ond for Eu
fcehlcd and Pelieatct'olisliiutioiisi f both Sexes,
attended wirh the following pyinptotn-: lo-s
of Power, Loss of Memory, Iiifnculfy if Brenlh
Ing, Weak Nerve", Wiikefulncss, Pain in ll
Back, Fiiisliiniri'f the Body, Erupt inn mi thci'ac",
l'allid Counten.iiii'c, Lassitude of the System, i t.
I'setl hy p-isons in the decline or i hniu.u i f
life; afier tuaflncmcut or luhur puius, bvii-trtt.
tint; in chililrcn. clc.
In manv nffei lions pcculiur to lnt"cs. l!.c
tract ll'.tehu Is iiucnmilfil l y any ulln r leii.e,;)
As in Chlorosis or Kctculioti, Irrciriiliirity. I'i:
fulncssorSuiprcssion(rf t'ttstonisry Kvm tYilloi. i,
Ulcerated or Schirriis stn'n of ti.o I'terus, Lett
corrhcea or Whites, Ptetility, nnd f r all con
plaints incident to I ho sex. it is t rescrihol
extensively hy tho most eminent rii- rlcinns and
Midwivcs for eufcchlcd nud d.licutj constitu
tions of both sexes and all n;cs. i ,
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT D CCI.tr,
Vvrtl IHfaifi Ati'itiiJ from I'lprndtncu,
Hibitt of ItMimtton, i'tc. In all their stages, ut
little expense, little or tio chungo hi dicMio In
convenience, and no exposure, it causes a fre
quent desire, and elves etrcrjeth to uriuste.
tncrehy removing Obstructions, Prevent ant and
Curing Strictures of tlio Urethra, AllayiiiR Pain
and inflammation, so frequent in this clues of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BTJCHI',
$1.00 per bottle or six bottles for f 5.01), delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold by
druggists everywhere. Prepared hy
KEAftNKY A CO., lMDuane St.N. T.
to whom all letters f ' ''.formation should bn
AVOID QUACK8 fliiD IMPOSTER8.
Bo Charga for Advice and Comultatica.
Dr. J. B. Dybtt, Gradnutoof J-fferton il'dknl
Colltqi, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all disease of tha
Sexual or Urinary Orpins, (which lm lias mado
an especial study), cither in mala or fen. ale, no
nutter from what cause origiuatinc, or of hoiv
long standing. A pructlco of SO years enable
him to treat diseases with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a dia.
tanco can forwnrd letter describing symptoms,
and enclosing stump to prepay postage. A
Scud for the iiuidt Ui llrn.lh. Price 10 cento.
' i. B, Di'OTT, M. 1 Physlclau and burgeon.
fin fine iu .
V3 HIAKIC. Cj
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
A Mi parties hnvin snhscribsd loth cap
l.tM stock ol IheG.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby requited to make pavnient to iiie"eo
retaryofihe Company, at his office on the
Publiu Siiiiare, in Unllioolis, Ohio, or if m, ire
convenient, lo lianiel Will, President of the
Vinton County Bank, al MuArlhur, Ohio, of
an installment ol live dollars on esch share
so subscribed, within ten days of thiadate.
Auau.t 10, 1871.
O.McA.aC. R. K.Co.
S. T. BOCCESS,
iir.siDin r dlm ist,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can ni all times he found at his office.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
ssletv, by the use of
LAUGH IN G GAS.