THE VINTON RECORD.
TIIUKSDAY. SEPT. 11, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On nd after Hunday.VayiMh, 1873, traina
will run loiinw: ! . . ami
ma daily; all other Iraina daily, 8unlsjs
espied. GOINO CAST.
No.t. Ne. i.
8tntios; Ptl.Ex. FIL
Oaeliinii..-.-.10 3"t.m 1 "Opm
Uhillievthe.-... lm ""P
Richland Fur S mom 5 4fpm
MoAaruca "m 11pm
Vinloa 3 Mtm 11 pm
Ealeakt.... S 4"iia I Mnm
How Furnace.... S nn supm
rmibur "am OSprn
No. J. No 4.
stations. Past I,. Bt.I.Ex
Parkrrcjrg..... iim Ix Upm
Hop Furnace.... .10 Mam t 61pm
Ziilemtl........ll tUm 1 01 pin
f ioujd 11 Itiam 3 ti'pm
McAaTHUa 1 1 in 'pm
Hamden ........ .11 aoaio S Siiitn
fichlaed Fur.. 11 4Sm S pm
Chillicothe..-...l Mpm tpm
Cincinnati .. ...4 ftupm I 3Upm
I t Vipm
1 on urn
NO. 1 will alon between Cincinnati and HI 0
ii A H Jnnennn tnd Loveland no
ly; east ol Blanchesterit will amp at ail ala,
tiona eicept farmers', Harper's, Moonville,
u;..i Kw RnUn,i. Hi Run. Cutler. Lit
tin nocking, Firniny. and Tunnel. NO. 9
will atop on Western llivisioo at ri. m a.
Juiclioo, l.weland and Greenfield only; on
l iiivininn t llamdin. MuArth ur.
(Uimiki. and all etai ions east ol Athena. Thi
. ...u aim .ton at Kina'a. Irwhmn, Moon
villeind Mineral Cityon signal. NOM. ft AND
8 will atop at ': 5. junction, lAvriann,
:rw.n'.i. Chilli-othe. Hamden, Alhens and
Bcolt'a Landing only. NO. g will makeall the
atop between Pnrkertburg and HlanchesUr,
except Tunnel, Kleminii'a, lallie Horkinn,
Mineral City, Kimi's, Ingham Vinton Fur
race and Farmers'! between Mannnester and
Cincinnati, at Lovel.iml, C. A 8. Junction and
11a iuIi. NO. will stop at Hel
pre, Vincepl'a, New tngland, all stations be
tween Alhena and HamuVu.snd wet of .Ham
An t ciniln-oiha. Itrcenlield, Lovrlaad,
Madiaouville, C, a ii. Junction uJ Cuiuuiidl
PARKERSBURG, MtRETTl AND ZALES-
, The Parkersburg, Marietta ami I ileskl Ao
oomiiioilatinn leave Z ileaki al In a. m.,
arriin)Hl ParlierhburK at 30 a. m ; re
Imim Prkrbura: t J tu P. M.
arriinat Zuleaki at 6 W t. M. Tin ttaio
atopaatall at itiona.
The Ziileaki Freight n"in leatya
rhiiiioniim at On a. m : Rnvavilla 7 V; Ru n-
land FijriiiM'e, US; Uainden, arri 8 M
depart iki; McArthur, J"; Vinton, 10 ,
K;,l.ki 10 .V). (ioinu wct Zrtleai,4 Oil p.m
Vinton4 30, McAHh ir 4 ou; Hamdeu, arrive
30 depart 6 Oil; Richland Furnace, 30;
Rnyfllle, 7 00; Chillicnthe, I 3.1.
Traina on me FORISMOUTB BRANCH
will leave Hamden at 1 16 a.m. and 3 43 p.m
i.in ml Pnrimoulh at 11 zO a m. and 6 tin.
m. Returoinn trains ill leave PortHmoiith at
16 a m, and Iz M p. m., arriving a nam
ten at It 16 a. m. and J 44 p. m.
Traina connect at I.oveland for all polnta on
the Little Miami Railroad, and at the Indianap
olia and Cincinnati Railroad J uncli .n for all
point Weal; at Athena, with the Columbua
H. V. K. K.. at Parker.tinrK. witn me o.
I). R. R. W. W. PEAHOliY,
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHARLES W. BARNETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArthur Station
to meet all traina.
Hack leave McArthur poat offlc at 10
o'clock, A. M., to meet Faat Line Weet; at
li M. to meet the Cincinnati Eip going
t; al o'clock P.M., to meet the St. Loin
Eipreaa going weal, at S P. M. for Fast Lin
east. Will meet the Prkeraburg, Marietta
nd Zleki Aocominodntion on application
In person or by letier.
order left at the poat office, McArthur, or
Bundaa, promptly atundedto.
Wmr CHARLES W. BARNETT.
CHARLES W. BARNETT, Proprietor WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
CHARLES W. BARNETT, Proprietor WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN HACK LINE.
I WILL run a hvk from Wilkeavilla t
Hamden nd return every Monday, Wednes
day, Friday andfalurday for the accommo
dation of naaaenger. making cloae connec
tion with the mail traina on the M.tC. K. R.
1 will lao carry exprea package shipped
to or from points (jv the Adams Exprea Co.
WP7 ISAAC W MILLER.
Turek of the theives mho
have been following Van Am
burg's thow were arrested at
Portsmouth last Wednesday,
and a fourth one escaped by
swimming the Ohio, leaving
his coat with a considerable
sum of money in the hands of
one ot the officers.
James Leonard, of Addison
township, Gallia county, Ohio,
while grubbing on his farm, a
a few days eince, unearthed a
large double tooth, which
weighed seven pounds. It was
evidently from some monster
animal of ancient times.
Wqen Jeff. Davis took his
receot trip through West Vir
ginia, he was hailed with the
shout, "Hurrah for Jeff. Davis
we are the same old rebels still."
Everp vote against the regular
Republican ticket is an encour
agement of that boast
Is the chain of animal life
we observe the importance of
Irredeemable bonds Vaga
bonds. Original water works Eve's
A Sour parent Mother in
StaNMNO nuisance Corner
A fruitful instrument A
drum of Ggs.
Darwin's missing link
Earth knows no fury like
a woman corned.
Light employment Build
ing air castles.
How to make both ends meel
See that neither 3nd is bone.
Tbk woman question tlow
shall I have my Fall suit made.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS
a A. P O L x o
la aubatituto tot aoap for all household
purposea( exeept washing clothes.
S A P O L. 1 O
lor cleaning your houaa wdl nava lb labor o
one cleaner. Give it a trial.
for windows i betier than whiting or water
Mo removing cuitaiB and carpels.
i leana paiut and wood, in fact the entirv
house, boiler than oap. No alopplag Have,
labor. Voucautaflurd to ba without it.
s a p o n, ib
for scouring knlvea la betier and cleaner than
bath brick. Will not scratch-
S A P O Ij I O
is b tier than aoap and aand for poli.hiog tin
aarj. - Bitghlrna without ncialching.
S A P O L I O
polishes br and copper utensil bettor than
acid oi oil aud mttco also.
S A P O L I O
for wa.hivg diihaa and glassware I invaluabl
Cheaper than uap
S A P OLIO
remove lin from mrbl mantles, tables
and statuary, from hard-Boished wall, and
fiom china and porcelain.
S A P O L I O
remove stain snd greaM from carpaU
other woven fabric.
Tberw bissas article ksw Ikw will
da aay kind of wark aaa d U u
well aa Ma. alla. Try It.
new and wonderfully effective
toilet soap, having no equal in
this country or abroad.
11 AND SAPOLIO
for the foundation" of all dirt,
open the pore and give a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the skin.
HAND 8 APO LIO
cleanses and beautifies the ikm,
instantly remotiog any stain or
blemiab Irom bom hand and
UAND SAP OLIO
lawithnnt a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness and chapping of either
Dsnua or lace.
remove tar. Ditch. Iron or ink
tain and grease; for worker
In muiKin. iIiaiii. mines. All.. IS
Invaluable. For making the skin
white snd son, t a giving 10 it
"bloom oi Dauiy, nuns,
surpassed by any eoainetic
UAND SAP O LIO
eosts 10 to IS cents per cake, and
everybody should bar it. You
Will UK II.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Ita It efyear aserrliaat IT hebae It er
will netware Ii far yea. If a Ikea write
ferear pamphlet., "All aeeel ttapelie,"
aaa It will be mailed free.
liNOCM MORGAN'S SONS.
tu PJJC PLAfS, s. r.
To eel I our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture of scene in thelale civil war.
bend stamp for circular.
W. I. 1IOI.LAXB V COm
Bpringfleld, Mass , or Chicago, III.
FA Kill FOR KALE.
a rX rm r.iRE JenciDS aim,
r'AIsTsiB aV'1 1 one mile north weal
rllLlilOT"'' Hamden, adioining
a- ' of Hon. T. M. Bay,
containing 18l acres, 130 aerea in grass aud
balance in limber. A new two-atory frame
houe, harn. smoke house and other necessa
ry oul-houes are among Hie improvements.
The larm hea well, is well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re
Fair. For further informal iou inquire of
.aep K. 8. WILCOX Hamdei. Ohio.
Fall term begins September 2, 1873.
For Catalogue or information, addreu
W. II. SCOTT,
DENJ. F. ARMSTRONG
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE Ta Davis' Building, opposite
the Vinton uounly National Bank, up stairs,
Edward T. Dearth, Plaintifl. tgamsl Frank 'I i
attachment before A. N. Ceiad, J. P. of Bich
land townshi p, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON tne 2fith day of July, A. P. 1873, eaid
Justice issued an order of attashinent in
the above action for the sum of six dollars
and forty cent. EDWAUDT. DEARTH.
July the 2th, 1873. 3w
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOT'CE la hereby given that we forbid all
persona tresspassing on our premie in
any manner whatsoever. Any person found
on out premise without permission will he
prosecuted to the lull extent ot the law.
17jull673 Iw UAKVKY KOBBIN8.
The Best and Cheapest
Circulars Sent Free
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. lit WEST 4th kU
tu,. y 1873
7ANTED, agenta and peddler lor ou
T Pre and trainr-Presses and strain
lams, jellies, herbs, vegetables, lard, tallos
meat, cheese, Ac. Over tO,uou cold in
few localities, bell quick. Every farm,
wanta it wewing Machine and other ein'
lu-hed agent are Boding this very proBlat.
Circulars fiee. I.itllebeld and lanie, 1
ai-hionUin street, Hoslon, Mas. Imai-
BON.TU5 F1.IHTATIUN 8lXALr
sent on leueipt ol tb els. Unique priutu
and publishing House, 36 Vesey street, t
The BeekwHk tO Family HevHag 9Ij
chine, ea 30 lave Trli.lt many adraois
es over all. satisfaction guaranteed, oi t
letuuded. bent complete, with full direction.
Hecawith Sewing Machine Co., 2 breadws,
FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE,
T HRI.IANCB FIBK COStPANTJef
1 Cb llsrotke otter for sale air sofin la
woodworking order, together with a hnaa
arriaga sod several hundred feet of boa,
"or partlcuUrocall onor addrea lha bee re-
5, J- H. NUGENT,
VTOTIRR ihrebv given thai aa application
IN will be made to the (toveroor of Ohio lor
he panlon of Edmond tjuinn, convicted at
the Nay term, A. D. 173 ofthe Vinton count
ly Court of Common Plena, ofcutnug wilh in-
leni to woiinu, ano aeniencwi 10 nam wuor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for the term of on
,B" H. C.JONKStE N.BARNHILL,
All'ysfor Edmoud Quina,
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Oppoeito tht Emmitt Ilouie,
Shrcckensaatrs Old Stand
MIS CFAXTDBEB AND DIALIB IV
Fino Gold Jewelry.
American and Forei;n Watchei
U. e. W.
gin Thorn Clock,
O ld Ml
Pins and Stud
P aled War .
UABIE & TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LJNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIBTHDAT PEESENT8
tinoils made to orderand repairing done by
careful workmen. o extra charge lor en
gravirg iiooils bought at tins esUblishmeni.
i jan 1873 ly
Of latest, most faahiooahle and elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
I make it a point to do all my wo k of lha
best material, and ttnnd secout! .0 none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no rpiie,'ilice
nova anout my esiaiiiishinent. sue i ru not
tail to please any person who wi ti the best
turnout made in the oi'niry. I ir'r-' with
pride to my vusUimei Ihrot'tlm.'i Southern
Ohio as to the character of noil; coming
from my factory, and KiiOiTtmee all my cus
tomers perfect aatisisviioa.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock-
Repairing, Repainting;, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left with me for sale, repaired and almost aa
good aa new,otue of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
FAK.71S FOR SALE.
THE fajm on which I now reside in Jack
son township. Hike Co., O., near ttharnn-
ville, and containing nearly six hundred acre
Also my farm in Liberty tnanship, Bo. a Co.,
I ., and containing about 880 acres. I will sell
BOTH TAUHH AT A BABOAIKf.
For further information call on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike t o , O, The
first farm is in one of the most desirable itu
ation in the township The larm in Liber
ty township is very convenient to the depot
at Ixinnonderry. MASun junts.
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
MINEAR'S HAT STORE
attWI I it faf
C. F. DUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
rtrOULl) repeetflilly y to the citltena of
y v vioion vn. inai ne neDirgeaniaaiocK
nagiag one ot toe largest in tne mate, our
uainas has increased every year up to the
resent lime and we teel thankful to the cub
ic for paat favors, and are determined to beep
t targe hock oi every ining usuary roono in
Hrat-claea Jewelry blore. and will keen the
ineat slock of gold and solid silver, ajaothe
wst t-iacea uooa, as low a any nouse in tne
We keep all the diffrrenl brand of Amen
a Watches Howard. United Htate, Elgin.
Taltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
i gold and silver case. Also a large line ol
OLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
rom 125 lo 1300.00, also silver from S12 to
160. We have veiy reliable lull Jeweled
ltljr OVatoh frnm S I ft ,n t',l
A full line of all good in otir line, er made
- ui.ir, ,,j racrirnru lomaffB. Bepa
g will receive prompt attention.
Plea drop in and e u. Ka trouble to
Bow good. AVjul
A certain, aafo and speedy
are for all diseases of mias
matic origin. It eurea in a few
dajs, without dinger or incon
veniener, Chills and Ferer, Bil
ious Feter, Congestive Chills.
Dumb Chills, Pernicious Fever,
Sun Pains, and all diseases of
similar character. Enlarged
Spleens are reduced as if bj
magic and Sun Pains are con
quered with marvelous rapidity.
It requires no other medicino
to assist it except in cases of ha
bitual costiveness, wlien a mild
purgative is indicated before the
Anti-Periodic is taken. Thous
ands can testify to the truth of
all that is said in its favor.
A Hint to Housewives.—How
How to Keep Kitchen War
Clean and Bright.
Ever j housewife of neat and
tidj habits takes especial delight
in keeping all the tin, copper and
iron ware of her kitchen as clean
and bright as painstaking labor
can make them. A pride in this
direction is commendable, and
always meets the smiling approv
al ot the "tjrant man," who pays
the household bills. Remember
that Sapolio is the onlj thing on
earth that wiil make an old tar
nished tin pan or a rusty kettle
shine as bright as new. And by
the nit of Sap olio it is the quick
at and easiest thing in the world
to keep every utensil in a big!
state of polish.
Clean and Bright. Why Cough Yourself to Death?
A few doses of Dr. Ransom's
Hire Syrup and Tolu, or Honey
Syrup, will stop your cough and
heal your lungs. Physicians use
and prescribe it. Only 35 cents
Diarrhea. Pvsentenrv, or
Bloody Flux. Take one tea-
spoonful of Dr. Miller's Magnet
ic Balm, put it into a teacupful
of warm water sweetened well
with white suar, and drink with
in a half hour. Repeat the dose
every hour er two, if severe for
three or four times. Bathe the
back and bowels with tne Balm,
and it will bother you no
more. 25 cents pays for a
bottle of the Balm.
See,, advertisement in another
Mr. Jeff. Davis, m address
ing the Southern Historical So
ciety, declared that they were
cheated in the war, and not
conquered. It is our impress-
ion that it is the gallowa that
has mnsf to complain of in the
matter of cheating, so jfar as
be is concerned. Hevs York
Tns bridge house, pot bouse
and engine house at Etna Fur
nace, Lawrence county, were
burned hbout ten days ago.
Loss from $5,000 to $10,000.
No insurance. The tire origin
ated from some timbers under
the boilers taking hte.Jackm
Wk invite the attention of
our readers to thd advertise
ment ot 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 yon
examine the Goodrich. Most
of the sewing machine agents
sell them. Woodside, the
Wheeler fe Wilson agent, says
it is 'the only tucker worth
Farmers should not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which Uevrge 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 yon
are in McArthur.
Sword's, Photographer, Chillicothe
gires careful attention to making cop
ies of other piotorea Pictures may be
made as larae si life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other piotares colored in the beet
styles in oil, water colon, orayon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all ciroom
Wa will furnish the Record and thi
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers ai
$3.50 per year
Advkbtisino reminds people
tfnncra th had heart vsantinff al
along, bat had forgotten all about,
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
9 aoa raclviBK th Isrgsst a ad wiost attract
iv slock h ba vr oiituod.
Invited to his Superior Assortment
New Fabrics snd Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery ft Gloves.
LACE SAQUEsTndLACE POUTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID 0LOTE8
LaccGoods and Embroideries
Id ntw Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICES.
X. B. BMABT.
VTOTICG la hereby Kivn that a petition w ll
ba presented to the Commissioners of
Vintnn County, Ohio, at their next sessioa to
be held an Monda.-, September 1st. 1873, pray
ing for he establishment of a count; road
along the followinn route, to wit' Ilruimiini al
the south end of Market street, in the town of
MeArihur, in said county of Vinton, Irom
I hence south about degrees west, on a
line with said street through the lands and
premises of Eira P. Hoi h well, Joseph I)od
dridge, David t. Baird, Harvey Bobbins, and
Ihe heirs of Sarah Boho, deceased, to a point
in the center ol the J'kon road, north of
the resilience of Levi Wyti an, thence south
through the lamia and prem ises of Levi Wy.
man to a stake a link west of an apple tret
near the south line of said Wymsn'a prem
ise; thence south about I degrees east to an
oak tree on the premise of I vy H ixoin, near
the south line or Elk township, and near the
south lineot the land of ri Ivy Hiisnn;
thence outh about ( degreea west to a white
oaa tree near the residence of John Halts,
nd through I he premises of Ihe heir ol Ste
phen Calls, deceased, ssid last mentioned
oint being lha terminus ol said road, and be
log in Cliutoo township Vinton county, (lino.
MAH J f EIlT10JiK3.
July IT, 1673. It
Ma Pan) tmm lak tks tlUlar ao
cording to direction, and remain long unwell,
provide) their bones are not destroyed by mine
ral polaoo or other means, tnd vital organ.
wasicti ueyooa toe point oi repair.
Dyspepsia ar ladlf cstlori, Tleadirhe
fain la the Shoulders, Cough. Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Soar Eructation of the Sto
mach, Bad Taste In the Month, Billon Attack,
raipuaiion oi tne uean, innammation oi the
Lung. Pain In the region of the Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful aymptoma, are the off
tpringa of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove
better guarantee of lu merit tUta a lengthy
For FssaaleCaaanlalaU. In vounvoroM.
married or (Ingle, at the dawn of womanhood,
er the turn of life, these Tonic Bitter display so
aeciaea an uinuencc mat improvement u aooa
Far laUaaatrr and CfcranU.
rtaewsnatlsas and Gout, Billon, iemlttenl
and Intermittent Fever, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidney and Bladder, these Bitters have
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Ther ara a Rtle PwrgaHv a wall
as a Taale, possessing the merit of acting as
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organ,
and In Billou Diseases.
Far Skin Dlaaasee, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustule,
Boil), Carbuncles, King-worm, Scald-Uead,
Sore Eyes, Erystpela, lien. Scurfs, Discolor.
Uon of the Skin, Humors and Disease of the
4kin of whatever nam or aature, are liter
illy dug np and carried out of the sys
tem In a short time by the use of these Bitters.
Oratstal TtsawMssd proclaim Vtainaa
BtrriM the moat wonderful Invlfurant that
ver sustained the Unking system.
B. H. IvDOAl,D CO.
Druggists and Gen. Agt., San Francisco, CaL,
k cor. of Washington and Clurlton fit., N.T.
SOLD BT ALU DBCGCISTS 4 DEALERS.
Dtt. CROOK'S WINE OP TAIL
Ten year of mmh
lie le-st Iihs proved Dr
t'niiilt's Wide r Tar U
nave more merit than
ever ottered to the pub
lic. It is rich In the
medicinnl qualities ol
Tnr, and anctiunlt-d foi
diaenw of the Throat
and l.tiMga. pcrftirmlni
the MOST KKMAKKAnLI
Cure. It EKKKCTUALLT
ctm-s all 'ngha and
C'siltlM. It lin cured o
niiitiy easo of Aathasa
and nrrachitla. Hint II
hits been pronounced a
M-clllo for tlieae com
pliilntH. For Fnlna In
jVvf(s4 Baek.irael or KM-
, i i-n rr- nP( uismse( DiHeaset
f the Urinary Orstast. Jaandieo, ot
any silver t'onistlnint it hua no equal
II la alas eritr Taw r,
hrtalar the Appetite,
RtmagtheM (he Hystent,
Rratairea the Weak assd Drhllltalr.
4'itnae) the) FvmmI to Dltrmt,
BesiMivea llrapepala aiid ladlsrmti.
Preyeal Halarlaua Fever.
Glrra tame ta your yteaau
That Pal, TeUow. Slckly-leeHaj Skk
ta crtHnwd lo one of freahneaa and health
rhoan a!aaaea mt the Hk la, Flasplva
Paatale. Rlatetaea and El'watlaaa an
f the Eyra, Wh te Kwelllasx, fjlerra,
! tvrHB or any kind of Hnmor rnplUI
Iwindle and disappear under It Influence
!n fnct It will do yon more good, and euri
on more apeedlly than any and nil other
n-pnrntlona combined. Wlilliltl It tana
urn's own restorer! A aolubleoxyd of Iror
'mlilned with Hie medlclnsl properties o
'ike Root divested of all illiingrceuble quiil
lea It will cure any 4'hroaleor Lone
tnsMllnv tienHf whme renl or dlrcw
nisplKbndblsHt l. Rlimtvallam,min
-I l.lmtMor RanM,'onatltwtlmbra
it slow n I'V Merenriiil or other pofnona
' nllpiiiitl Iiylt. FortyriMla.oryrt
Itr It , there I notlilnv eonnl lo it
,r''- prove M. tK FOR IIR
lh PilUlFOUMD KiattP VI
Want a situation.
Want a servant iirl,
Want to sell a piano,
Want to ell a carrlnKC,
Want to bur orsell a farm.
Want a boartllnjr place,
Want to sell town proptTty,
Want to aell ((rocerlegor driifts.
Want to sell household furniture.
Want to sell dry (roods or carpet
Want to flutl customer, for anything.
Advertising will train new cutomer.
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays.
Advertising makes succe easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertise or "bust,"
Evert merchant, manufacturer
or butiness man who hat lecome
prominently rich, hag made his
fortune by judicxout advertising
JVo exception to this rule can be
cited! Xtewart, ihe Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, at a last
resort, to gel hit slock turned into
money to at to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, A-
could make it slut better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his co
Some merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise: fur no person read.
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profi
by its suceestion. if ha has anvthinc t-
offer worth advertising, tlow muol
more then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied with rend
ing matter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper foi
their local news, the most iirportani
item of which is where they can fiml
just what they want when they come t
town to make their purchases. iTyoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out ol
style that it is worthless, or if it if run
down so that yon have nothing left that
people would wmt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
doo't hide them, but publish to the
world that you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that day.
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than moat men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's mime a per
tnanent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men unti;
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a due or a child.
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa.
per, mowing mat every one win read
the advertisement But you will nlnd
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how muoh you nre los
ing oy not advertising it Importer
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are riot reaJ by the pulilio wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
civo publicity to somo matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the roost obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. -Advertiser'.
Advkrtisino is apt to give os that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Hunday, or that we promised our wife
a aew dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark thia passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break-
last plate. Who will say that adver
Using will not yet civilise (be world!
Wht do people read advertisement?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To sea if thera i
anything new, or anything that they
want. To see if the season's stylea
.. i. .
nave come in, ana to nna out who has
them. To know if nv one is soiling
off at reduced rates, or to' watch the
onanceoi an auction, for amusement
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have read all the atorif. mawim,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
m..', k.u it., oj.j. .
uou s ucijj li-vnw omic onrnas.
Thb power of print is well known,
out not wen understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advantage
over one that is written op annton
This is one of the many reasons which
gives an importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
euade, to convince, which lies in print-
j . . ti , , ...
eu matter. ?poseQ words require the
graces ot elocution ana the loroe
eloauence. vet even tliar. fnrU ;
to nothingness if not caught in their
nignt ana printed But there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
aoout printed matter whiob gives it i
marvelous force and influence. Buai
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may b
accomplished by a persevering use c
the printing presses. Learn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when and
where" ot it, and yon will have a
knowledge -worth baying.
Bnj yonr j
- a - Boole a a d
dt I Mine of I. W.
4 -Vll WILSON, al
w iIv"Ss Hamden, who '
SislSr.njt n ' ,
xV-LVJfriltf elu-'tveljr i a J
vAff5r,f "ivyll tanie artmlrs.
Special at- '
VjjJfl Yi ienlioa giva ?
r t to fin Calf J
Dr. Cax'a Hive. (Crawp) baj
been known nd ned by the mtukal professio
over 100 ycrs, and as a remedy for lold Ba
Couch ha n older snd better repuUtloa lh
any other CoiiRh medicln ever offered to UVa
public. It I known a th Coniponnd Syrup of
Squills, snd a formala may b found In vry
niwliral dispt!nstory. .
Dr. Uaasom'a III) jrn
Tola. In addition to th InRrealt-Dl for Cox
Hive Symp. conuliu Balsam of Tolu, decoction of
BkunkCahbaK Root sud Lobelia, a eombluallosj.
that must commend it to every one as superior
remttly for fraip, Whoopln; Caaf a.
Ailhms, Brouchltla, iaugha aat
ol4s, indeed fur sll sllvctlons of lb Throat
and Luiiira where a Couch Medicine i necessary.
Thia Ryrap la Carefully Prepare
under Hie personal direction of a rcKUlar fhjst
clan of over twenty years' practice, who signa
ture I attached to the directions onths hottUs.
Its Mate la very plcasaat aud cbildrta)
,UKvrr family bou)d keep It a a ready
remedy lor troop, Colds, tie, among th
D. RiOM, 8o: k Co., Propr'. Buffalo, W.T.
DR. l. R. MILLER'S
It rare aa If by HACBIBTI0
INKLUKNCK, NtnrslKia and ill psiii, and la
therefore very properly termed ' Magnetta
Balm." It Is purely a vegetable preparatioa. It
has no tqnsl as a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Ditrrbca, Dy Is av
iary, Colic and all Bowel Complainli.
Ita timely aae will tare CoWs.t loap.Dlph-ihc-ri.
Ouiusy, and ill 1 hrit sITectloii.
Whra properly aael, Ferer and An,
and other complaint lncldi nttoourweslern and
southern climate. re cislly broken up,
NervoaaPaln, flck-lledache, and Khrtt
mstism s re cured by thia medicine when n other
have failed. Toothache. Earsche, Burn. Chlh
blslns and Bruise are relieved at one by II nse.
Tke reaulae has D.Hsnsnai ( .'
S rival Kevenm Stamp nn IheontsWs, and Dr.
. H. Miller's Magnetic Balm blown In the bottle.
Examine closely, and buy none but the (en.
Hold by tU Druggists. Price SI teat pet
P. 80 t CO., Fropr's, Buflalo, 11. T
f r.rasrly alii V "(
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHl,
I the only Known Ilrim-dy for Itrij-lit' Dis
ease and lis riired every cure i f Diultelr In
which It li:i liccii piirn, Irrilslinnof thuNeck:
of the nisddi-r mid Intlniiimatioa of the Kiilm-ys,
I'lccratioti of the Kidni'.r and Hlauder, IMrn
lion of Urine. Direaae of th Vnlle Gland,
Stone in the WncWer, Gravi-I. Brick Unst Di-puril.
and Mucous or Milky Dli-chargr, and for Kit
fecbh.il nn l Dt-liraoC'onstilulionsof bulb hrxrf,
attended with the followhie ryisptnms: Lo?
of Power, L of Memnrr, DilTicwlly ff Brrat'.f
ing. Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain la U11
Back, Flushing of ihelloilr, Eruption on theTaee.,
Pallid Cimntcn tnce, Ltissltud of tint System, etc.
t ai d by persons In Ilia derline or rhsnt; f
Ifc; after ronflnemeiit vr ktbir pains, bcu-vnt-biiirin
la many (ilertions prcntiar to ktlles, the Ex
tract Hue ha i uiirnnaled by any other rcmw'.y
A in Chlimisi or Itelention. Irregulnrily, Tain,
fulness or Suppression of Customary Evacuations.
Ulcerated or Schirru statu of Ilia Uterus, Lra.
corrhtra or Whites, ftirilitjr, snd f r all nun.
plaints incident to thj sex. it is prescribed
extensively by the most eminent Ph' -iclsns and
Midwivrs for enfeebled nd dcCciw cuaatitti
tioas of both lexea and all age.
KEARNEY'S EXTUACT BVC.CV,
rvw DUtattl Ai Mas; frnm Ii pnuttmctt,
rt Mn of UUrimUon, tc. in all their slap:, at
little expense, little or no chango in diet, no In
convenience, and no exposure. It csusts a fro
aaent desire, and give trcngtli lo arinate,
thereby removing Obstruction, Prevent) an
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying Palo
and Inflammation, so frequent in this siossuf dis
eases, and expelling all poiaoaoae sassier.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BVCHT,
11.00 per bottle or six bottle fnr 0O, delivered
to any address, secure from observatloa. Void by
druggists everywhere. Prepared by ,
KRAKNEV A CO., 104 Daane St.. IT. T.
lo whom all letter t' Vformatioa abasiM b
AVOID QUACKS tSO IMPOSTKRS.
He Cutrg tor Advice and ConjulUtict.
Dr. J. B llyott, OratlnsUof J Jrttnn il'dlnl
Coit'Oi, Philadelphia, author of M-vrrU yaluahlw
works, can he consulted on alt diseases vt lha
Sexual or Urinary Orrnns, (whirh ko baa Binds
an especial study), either in nialu ur female, an
matter from what cause orh-'inating, or of hoir
long standing. A practice of SO year euablca
him to treat disease wilh sneccss. Cures gur
antecd. Charter reasonable. Those at a dis
tance ran forward letter describing syinptnns,
and enclosing stamp to prepay postare. db
bend for the Hunt lo lim ih. Price 10 cent. .
- 4.B. 9YUTT. M. !., PhysicUn and Surgeon.
H OusntM.,ew York.
Notice to the Stockholders of
Notice to the Stockholders of the Ga lipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
A Hi parlies having subscribed lo Ihe ean
ital stoek ol the ti MeA. C. K. R. ara
hereby requi, ed to maka payment lo the
retaryoflne Company, at his office ou the
Public Square, in Oallioolis, Ohio, or if more
eonvenienl, lo Daniel Will, Presid.nl of the
Vinton County Bank, at MeArihur, Ohio, or
an matallmeivt ol live dollar oa each shara
o subscribed, within lea dsvs of this date.
August il), 18T1.
dee a 171.
S. T. BOCCESS,
Jackson, C. H., Ohia
Can at all time be found at hi olBca.
Absolutely Wllout pain, and with perfect
safety, by lha use of
naiay lit. .
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