THE VINTON RECORD.
TIIUKSDAY. SEPT. 18, 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On ami after Sunday, May JHh, 1873, train
will run aa billows: Nos. a, 4, 6 and I)
run daily; all other trains daily, Suulays ex-
No. 6. No. t.
Btfttionn St. I.. Ex. Fast L.
Cincinnati m.W SOpm I OOpm
Chillicothe 15..m 6 oiipm
Richland Pur.-.. 3 (4Kin S tapin
Hhiii.Ii' n S '7m "pm
McAnTiua 3 :!m Vpra
Vinton.. 3 37ain aipm
........ 3 "iit 6 2'Jpm
Hod Furnace.... 3 6him 8 -'pm
f araerbur. ........ 6 :!"ain 3Spm
No. 4. No 4.
Stations. Fa:.t I.. Bt.L.Ex-
Pariewtrg Warn 12 lm
Hopn Furnace, l'J Kara
Zuletai -.11 h!'im
f mien U 1 1 'am
McAsTKt'a II I ""in
3 01 pin
llanHen H Wain
Kichlard i'ur.... 11 fain
Cliillieotho U Mpm
Cincinnati ...'4 oupin
i sup in
NO. 1 will stop between Cincinnati and III D
hu.i..i. ui ii. Jk A. Junciinn nd Loveland on
ly; oust ol Hhini'lieKirrit v.iil mop at ml sis,
liona except Kiirnif is". Harper's, Moonville,
m m.r.i Ka K.iiuliiml. Uui Inn. Culler. Lit
tie nocking, Fiemingi", and Tunnel. Nil. 3
will inn on Western Division at C 8.
Junction, Liveland and Greenfield onlvi on
k.ymm riivirtinn at Maiiidpti. MeArth nr.
Zaieaki. and all Btaiion eatlot Athens Tins
ir.,.n oil! No atini at Kiiiu'k. Inuh'iin. Moon
villcand Mineral City ou signal. NOS, A AN!
O will stop at '. A d. Junction, Lovelaml,
ir.HnHa!J. Chilli:nthr. Hamden, Allien- and
Beott'a Landing only. NO. 2 will makeall the
Itopa between Parkeri burg and Hluncliesu r,
except Tunnel, Fleming's, Liltio lloikinn,
Mineral City, King's, Ingham Vinton Kur
ami Kurmcr,' : between Hlunonewter and
Cincinnati, at Loveland. C. a H. Junction and
..,.m,i,.illn only. NO. 4 will Hton at Hel-
rire, Vincent's, New England, all Millions be
tween Athena nni Hamdeii, unci wesi oi rain
den, at Cliilhcolhe, (ireenrield, Loveland,
llu.lisonville, C. 4 S. Ji'U';lion andCuinuimi.-
PARKERSBt'UO. MtRETT AND ZALES
Kl ACCOMvlLA HON.
The Psrkerdbnrg, Marietta and Zileskl Ac
commodation leaves Zileski at 6 in a. m.,
m vim. rit Pfiriteri.tiurir at 9 3D a. m ! re-
turning leaves l'ark-raburij it 3 10 P. M.
rnvmnat Zulexki at U 60 P. M. Tim tram
tupaut all t muni.
The ZWki Freixht Koini east leayea
rhiiiinniiiiii. On a. in.: Rnvsville 7 ?A;Kteli-
lnd Furnnee. S OA: Hninden, nrrive 8 3!
depart t 0"i SlcArthur, 3"; Vinton, 10 0.1;
Eiileski 10W. lioinx west iSaleici,4 00 p.ro i
Vinton 4 30, MeAi llmr 6 00; Hamden, arrive
t M depart 8 Oil; Rirhland Furnace, II 30;
Kavville, 7 00; Chillicotlie, 8 35.
TrBina on the I'OK TSMUUTH BRANCH
Will leave Hninden at 6 15 a.m. nnd 3 45p.nv
rrivinii at Forlnmoulh at U liOa m. anil 0 45p.
m. Ketiirnintraina ill leave Portsmouth id
8 15 a. m, and l'J 35 p. in ., arriving at Ham
den at 11 15 a. m. and 5 45 p. m.
Trama connect a: I.oveland for nil points on
the Little Miami Railroad, and at the Indianap
olis and Cincinnati Railroad Jnncti .n for all
Joints Went; al Athens, with the Columbus
H. V. K. K., it Pirkerihiim, with the o. 4
0. B. R. W.W. PEA BODY.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHARLES W. BARNETT, Proprietor
-TILL run re?uirly to McArlhur Station
V to meet all trains.
Hack leaves McArthur post office at 10
o'clock, A. M., to meet Fast Line West; at
1J M. to meet the Cincinnati Exp ess KOin
east; at 2o'eiock P.M., to meet the Ht. Louis
Express iroing west, at 5 P. M. for Fast Line
east. Will meet the Parkersburii, Marietta
and Zileski Accominodutioa on application
in person or by letier.
Orders left at the post office, McArlhur, or
Dundus, promptly attended to.
20inr CHARLES W. BARNETT.
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN HACK LINE.
IWlLti run a hvk from Wilkesville t
Hamden ami return every Monday, ednea
day, Friday and .Saturday for Hie accommo
dation of imenerH. niakinu close conne
tion with the mail trains on the M. 4 C. K. K.
1 will also carry express packaKcs shipped
to or from points by the Adams Express Lo.
M.,,7 ISAAC W VI1LLER.
"Father, did you ever have
another wife besides mother?''
''No, my boy, what possesses
you to ask such a question?"
"Because I saw in the old Bi
ble where you married Annie
Dominie, MG, and that isn't
mother, for her name's Sully
"I am a self-made man," said
a native of Sioningtoa the oth
er day to a New ifork gentle
man, with whom he had been
driving a hard bargain 'Glad
to hear you say so," responded
the New Yorker, who had been
worsted in the trade, lfor it re
lieves the Lord of a great hu
Tue French Government has
received notification irom Ber
lin that France having fulfilled
her engagements, the occupa
tion of her territory by Ger
man lorces is legally ended.
The evacuation of Verdun by
Germans has begun.
Because his sapper was not
ready on time, a youth of fifteen
attempted to hang himself with
a bed curd, ia Conemaugh
Borough, Pa., the other day.
Ilia mother cut him down and
applied the rope energetically but
not to his neck.
Several years ago, Bays the
Guernsey Times, a very suc
cessful preacher of Washington,
Guernsey county, was deposed
from the ministry for drunken
ness. That man is now a convict
of the Kentucky Penitentiary
sent there for larceny.
Tde Patrons of Husbandry
in Cass county, Mo., have
passed a resolution asking the
grabber from that district, Mr.
Comingo, to resign, in order
that they may be represented
by another man.
Strange bed-clothes Three
sheets in the wind.
The condiment lor late din
ENOCH MOKQAN'S SONS
S -A. !P O L I O
it a mbeiitute far aoap for all houMhold
purpoaea, except washing, domes.
S A. 1? O Li 1 O
tor cleaning your house will save the labor ol
one cleaner, uiveuairmi.
S -A- I? O L I O
for windowe it better than whiting or water.
No reinoimtt cuitaini and carpet.
J X" W Jl JL W
cleans paint and wood, in fact the eutire
house, bcllur than snap. No slopping, bales
labor. You van I afford to be without it.
9 A 1? O Tu I O
for scouring knivei is better and cleaner than
oath brick, will not scratcn-
S A. P O lu I O
is bitter than soap and sand for polishing lic
ward. Bitghten without noialcliing.
a A. 3r O L I o
polishes brass and copper utensils better than
acid or on auu rouen sum.
S A. P O Ij I O
for washing dishes and glassware is inralutble
Cheaper than soap
S A P O Ij I O
removes atain from marble mantles, tables
and staluaiy, from hurd nnislied wane, auu
from chinn and porcrlsin.
S A P O L I O
removes Mains and grease from carpet!
other woven fabrics.
Ther U no nna article known that will
do ao ninny kinds of wo.k and do It
well ns Su. olio. Try It.
a new and wonderfully effective
toilet snap, having no equal in
this country or abroad.
HAND BAPO LI O
as an articleforthe tiath,"reach
s for the foundation" of all dirt,
opens the pores and gives a
healthy sotion and brilliant tint
to the skin.
11 AND 8APO LI O
cleanses and beautifies the skin,
instantly remoting any stain or
blemish Irom both bands and
Iswitbnnt a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness and chapping ol either
hands or face.
HAND RA POLIO
removes tar, pitch, iron or ink
etains and grease; for workers
in machine shops, mines, 4c, la
Invaluable. For making the skin
white ami soft, ar d giving to it
a "bloom ol beauty," it is un
surpassed by any cosmetic
HAND HAP 0 TjIO
costs 10 to 15 cents per cake, and
evervbody should have il. You
will' like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
liny it of your merchant If be has It or
will procure II for you. If not then m-itei
for our pmnplilct., "All about Sapolio,"
and It will be mulled Tree.
ENOCH MOHGAN'S SONS.
20 PAUKl'LAVE, N. Y.
To sell our new book i now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture of scenes In thelale civil war.
Bend8tamp for circular.
W. 3. HOLLAND ct CO.,
Springfield, Masa., or ChiuaKO, 111.
FAIUl FOR MALE.
, grxA. flR.'l'BE Jennings Jarm,
D 1 one mile norih west
of Hamden, adjoining
liirm of Hon. T. M. Buy,
containing 1X0 seres, 1110 acres in grass mid
luihince in timber, A new two-story frame
hou-e, barn, smoke-house and other necesaa
ry outhouses are among 'he improvements.
I'he Inrm lies well, is Mi ll watered, fencing
nnd everything connected with it in good re-
fair. For further inlormslioii inquire of
iisep R. S. WILCOX Horn. lea, Ohio.
Fall term begins September 2, 1873.
For Catalogue or information, address.
V. II. SCOTT,
DENJ. F. ARMSTRONG
ATTORN E Y AT LAW,
OFFICE In Davis' Building, opposite
the Vinton County National Bank, up stairs,
Edward T. Dearth, PlaintiS. against Frank! i
tttachment before A. N. Cezad, J. P. of Rich
land townshi p, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON the 20th day of Julv, A. II. 1873, said
Justice issued an order of atta;hment in
the above action for the sum of six dollars
ami forty cents. EDWARD T. DEARTH.
July the Stoth, 1873. 3w
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOT'CE is hereby given that we forbid all
persons tresspassing on our preqiieatn
any manner whatsoever. Any person found
on oui premises without permission will be
prosecuted to the lull extent ot the law.
17jull873 Iw HAKVEY KOBBiMS.
The Best and Cheapest
13 ONE OF
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WEST 4th hi.
"17 ANTEU, agents sod peddlers for our
ii Press and (Strainer Presses and strains
lams, jellies, herbs, vegetables, lard, taHow,
meats, cheese. Ac. over GO.oou sold in a
few localities. Bells quick. Every family
wants it. Slewing Machine and other esiab
lished agents are ttnding this very profitable.
Circulars fiee. Litileiield and Dame, lol
Washington street, Boston, Mass. Imaysw
BOX-TOM FLIRTATION SICllt'ALS.
Bent on receipt ot 25 cte. Unique printing
and publishing House, 3S Vesey street, New
The Berkwlth 20 Fnmllv Bevrlnar
chine, on 30 Uym Trinli many advantag
es over all. Satisfaction guaranteed, or i0
reiunaea. cent complete, wun lull airections.
Beckwith Bawuig Machine Co.. U2 Breadwav.
FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
ri RELIANCB FIRE COMPANY! ef
I Ch Uleeiko orktr for sal sir eagine in
goodworkiDg order, together with a hose
carriage sua stiver. I hundred feet of hose.
For parueulsrscall oner addres. the Becre-
J. H. NUGENT,
NOTICE (sbtrabv given thai an application
will be made to'the Governor of Ohio lor
tb pardon of Edmond Quina, ronvicted at
the May term, A. D. 1S7S of the Tiuton couns
ty Court o( Common Pleas, of cutting with in-
icol to wounn, ana senienceo w n.ra moor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for the term of one
H. 0. J0NK9 E N.BARNHILL,
Att'ys for Edmoud yuinn
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt Douse,
SlirecienB:aunt' Old Stand,
MANUFACTUBEK AND DKALEB IN
Fine Gold JewolrF.
American and Foreign Watches
V. i. W. '
V Y. "
Brih Thomas Clocks,
Vtxk laces "
Plus and Studs
SAME & TODD'S GOLD PEXS,
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOB
BEIDAL & BIETHDAY PRESENTS
Unods made to orderand repairing done by
careful workmen. No eatra charge for en
graving eoods bought at this establishment.
3 jao 1873 ly
Of latest, most fashionable and elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
I make it a point to io all mv work of the
best material, and aland second to none in
quality of finish or durability. I employ nn
interior workmen, there are no appientice
bnv nhnut my ettnhlishinent. nnd i can not
liiil to please any person who wants the best
turnout made in the country, i refer wuh
pride to mv customers throughout Boulnern
Ohio as to the character of work coming
from my factory, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perlect satislu-lion.
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 ana Expresses,
left with me for sole, repaired nnd almost as
good as new, some ol them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
FA IJillS FOR SALE.
TEE ffljm on which I now reside In Jack
son township, Pike Co., U., near Hharon
ville, and containing nearly six hundred acres
Also my farm in Liberty township, Rosa Co.,
ii., nnd coutaining about 880 acres. 1 will sell
BOTH FARMS AT A BAHGAIX.
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 "it u
ationsinthe township' The farm in Liber
ty townshiii is very convenient to the depot
Londonderry. MA30N JON3.
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
MINE A R'S II AT STORE
C. F. DUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
TTTOULl) respectfully say to the citliens of
V V Vinton Co. that he hsa enlarged his stock
making one of the largest in the State. Our
business has increased every year up to the
firesent lime and we leel thankful to the pub
ic for past favors, and are determined to keep
large stock ol every thing usual'v fonnd in
Hrst-class Jewelry Btore, and will keep the
finest slock of gold and solid silver, )so the
best Plated Goods, as low as any house id the
We keep all (he different brands of Ameri
can Watches Howard, United Htates, Elgin.
Waltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
gold and silver cases. Also a large line of
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES.
From 926 (o W 00.00, also silver from SU to
1160. We have a vety reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from $16 to 120.
A full line of all goods in oar line, or made
to order by ezpenenred workmen. Repair
ing will receive prompt attention.
Plsaae drop in tii e US, Ko trouble to
how goods, tjqi
Tub Republicans have car
ried Maine, and also New Mex
ico, the latter being a gain.
The harvest leasts and pic
nics of the Granges are prov
ing to be one of the grand
social and mental features
the Order. Ii they Bhould not
accomplish anything else than
giving the needed frequent re
creation to farmers' wives anc
children, that will offset more
than ten times the cost.
Mr. Thomas Uhekinqton, of
Ironton, selected as our candi
date for Common Flease J udgo,
is a man of acknowledged abil
ity, possessed of a fine analyt
ical mind, and good common
sense, lie will make an ex
cellent judge, and should have
The coal tonnage of the Hock
ing Valley railroad tor the month
of Aogu8t was 90,900 tons, or
2,455,300 bushels. Total earn
ings lor same time, $111,388.92,
This showing ia at the mte o
30,000,000 bushels per year, o
which Columbus consumes about
A young: lawyer of Chicago
disappointed in love, demanded
poison from a druggist, but was
considerately given severa
delicate little powders of pre
pared chalk instead. lie then
went to the residence of his
adored one, who was sojourp
ing at Valparaiso, Indiana.
lie again offered bis hand
which she unconditionally re
lused, whereupon he cried, "At
your door is my death," and
swallowed the powders. The
family doctor was sent for, but,
alter tasting one ot the pow
ders, lie calmly awaited the re
suit. The young man laid
down and longed for the drow
siness which precedes death;
but be didn't die wcrlh a cent.
Then they sent him back to
Will do people pine away and
die of consumption? Because
they neglect a Blight cough, h
is not necessary to consult a
physician, but take Dr. Hansom's
Hive Syrup and Tolu, or Honey
Syrup, and cure your cough at
once. This is an excellent pre
scription of an eminent physician,
and adapted to all coughs and
The warm season brings to u?
cholera and cholera morbus. Dr
Miller's Magnetic Balm cures
these complaints so suddenly that
people insist that it contains elec
tricity. 25 cents per bottle.
See advertisement in another
A certain, safe and speedy
cure for all diseases of mias
matic origin. It cures in a few
days, without danger or incon
venience, Chills and Fever, Bii
lious Fever, Congestive Chills.
Dumb Chills, Pernicious Fever,
Sun Fains, and all diseases of
similar character. Enlarged
Spleens are reduced as if by
magic and Sun Pains are con
quered with marvelous rapidity.
, It requires no other medicine
to assist it except in cases of ha
bitual costivenesa, when 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.
Farmehs shjuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which (ieorge VV. lirunton, 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.
Simond's, Photographer. Chillicothe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pictures, f ictures may be
made as lance as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
Irom other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circum
Wk will furnish the Record and tht
Cincinnati Oasette to subscribers at
13.50 per year
Adtkrtibixo remiads people of
thines. they had been wanting all
Jong, but had forgotten all about.
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
9 now reclving tha largest snd snoit attract
lie slock he has ever opened.
Invited to his Superior Assortment
New Fabrics and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
LACE SAQUES and LACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
LaceGoods and Embroideries
in new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICF.9.
It. II. NMART,
yrnTICej is hereby given that a petition w ll
,1 nn presented to the CominiHaioners ol
Vinton rounly, Ohio, at their next eMon to
be held on Monda", Keptemuer lt. i7.i, pray
ing for he extaldihment of n county road
along the following route, to wit' Beginning ai
Ihe Hiuith end of Market street, in the town ol
McArlhur, in said county of Vinlon, Irom
I hence nouin aiinut negree west, on a
line with said alreet through the liindu nnd
nremiaea of Era P Hothwejl, Joseph liod
Iridge, Unvid F. Ituird, Harvey RobMns, anil
tneneir ol .ixrnn noun, neceaiieii, to a pr im
n the center ol the .liK'lt-ton rnml. norih ol
the residence of Levi Wyn an, thence soiilh
ihrotmh the lands ami nrem iea or Levi wy
man to a .lake 4-1 links went of an apple tree
near the vouln line of said Wvmiin's prem
isoij thence aonlh aboul 8 degree eiat to an
oak tree on the premiBes of Ivy Hi.Kon, near
I lie uniiin line oi tin tea nnnip, ami near tne
Hoiuh line nl the lamlsol sa'd Ivy liixsnn;
thence aoulh nboul 8 degreea wet to a a hite
oak tree near the residence of lohn Halts,
and Ihrougli t he premise" of the hena ot Ste
phen Haiti, dei-enped, paid lust mentioned
nint being the terminus ot aaid road, and lie
ing in Clinton townhi Vinton eininlv. Ohm.
July 17, 1673.
No Person can tuUe these liitit-rs ac
cording to directions, and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mine
ral poison or oilier means, and vital organ!
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dvsncnsla or Indices! ion. nendache.
rain lu the Shoulder, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructallnns of the Sto
mach, uud mate lu i lie mourn, unions Attacks,
Palpitation of the Heart, Inilammntlon of the
Lungs, 1'iiln In the regions oftho Kidneys, and
a hundred other painful symptoms, arc the off
springs of Dyspepsia, One bottlo will prove I
better guarantee of Its merits thaa a lengthy
For FeiiinlcConinlnlnts, in young orold.
married or sinulc. nt tho dawn ol womanhood.
or tlio turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so
decided an luiiueucc that improvement is soon
For Iiiflnniniatnry and Chronli
Itlieuinatisiii and (iout, Dillons, i.emittenl
and Intermittent Pevcrs, Discuses of the UIumI,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
no equal. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Thev sire si senile Pnra-atlre as well
a a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as
a powerful airent in relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs.
and in Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases. Ernntions. Tetter. Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Bolls. Carbuncles, King-worm. Scald-Head.
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, llch, Scurfs, Discolora
tion of Ihe Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
Skin of whatever name or nature, are liter-
illr dug ud and earned out or the svs-
;ein In a short time by the use of these Bitters.
Urateful Thousands proclaim VIssnAit
Bitters the most wonderful Invigoroot that
iver sustained the sinking system.
It. II. ITIcDOAl.D II CO.
Druggist s and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cil.,
st cor. oi nasninginn ami unaritnn bis,, n.i.
SOLD BY ALL DKUUGIST3 A DEALERS.
Ml. CUOOK'S WINE OF TAR.
Ton years of n pith
lie ICht has proved Dr
Ci ouli's Wine of Tar tc
Iiiivp more Merit than
nny similar prepnrntlon
ever oll'ercd to tlio pub
lic. It Is rich In the
medicinal qualities ol
Tar. mid uiicuiiiiled foi
fefctt . dlsimses of the ThrOHl
stiU'tfXCr nm' IiK. performing
tlio HOST liKMAKKAIII.E
k'(ivfc cures, n EFFKcrtiAl.ljY
JjSVH.VT euros nil i'oiiirhn nnd
yjj jii5 IU. It liim cured so
Tl iiiiiny ensea nf Astliiiin
nmi llroucliitlH, tliulll
li.is been pronounced a
Rn-i-illc for these com
pliiints. For I'oliis in
tlio Itrenxi, Niile oi
VV'iWU'A Ilnoh. travel or Kll
agVyPilr iiev It.M.HHP. DImi-iuihi
f the I'rinnry rKint. Jnundlce, ol
iny I.lver toinplaiiit it hut) no equul
It la nlao a aiipprior Ton e,
IteMlorea tho Appetite,
Strengthens Hie M.vK-m.
Retores3 the nesk ami U bllilnted.
t'ansea llio Foo l to IHircit,
Removes llyspopulii nnd Indigi'Mlion,
I'revenlH Mnliirioua fevers.
(Jives tone to your System.
Hat Pale, Tallow, Sicily-looUns Skiz
s clninci'il to one of frealinexa and hc.lltll
chose H'enses or Ihe Nkln. Pimples
Pit'tnle. It'ol hes and Krnpllons an
e.iiovtnl. Ni-rolnl,"'eroriilni IllNeaaet
r Ihe i:yis.nh te Mwellinsr, Ulcers
sd Korea or any kind of Humor rapidly
Iwiiulle nnd dlitpwnr under its Influence
'n fnct It will do you more good, and curt
on mor speedily than nny nnd all othei
reparations cniiildiiiil, Wlitliitl It Is na
urVnown n-storer! A soluble oxyd of iror
iinldiipil with the nierliclnKl properties o
ke Itimt divestfdol nil dlsiiuriH-ahle quul
les It will cure nny Chronic or Lang
tiiudiii? P'sine whore renl or dln-c
tisp ts hail bloo t. IthenniRllvm.Pnlm
i ilmliim i;iiiMt,ronlilntloua bro
n ilnsn liv Mort-uiinl or other poisons
-nil .'HM-.I f.yit. F'TSyrhllln.orSyph
"r ! i-,lhi'm Is nothing piiunl to It
lr prove If. AMI FOR PR
lillli P II'OISU KVUIF 1
. VH Uutll.
AVnnt a situation,
Want to sell a pimio,
Want to sell a carrliiKd
Want to buy or sell a farm.
Want a boardliijr place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to soli groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets.
Want to ttnd customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Ad vertl-lng will Keep cm customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertise or "bust,"
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has become
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising
Vo exception to this rule can be
cited! iStewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to gel his slock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if il was
good for him in adversity, ht
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiscr, and thus gained his co
Koine merchants guy it is not worth
while co advertise; fur nn person rends
advertisements; yet every merchant in
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
liy its suggestion, if he tins anything tn
iifTur worth advertising. How much
more then will those, rend thorn who
are nut so largely supplied with romN
ing mutter, are at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their pnper for
their local news, the must iu portnnl
item (f which is where they can Gnd
just what they want when they come to
town to itmkfl their purchases. If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and nut of
style that it is worthless, or if it if run
down so that you have nothing loft that
peuplo would Wint, it is not worth
while fur you to advertise, lint if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide, them, line puhlish to the
world that you have thum, and want
to sell thorn at a fair price.
An ndvertisoment published for a sin
gle day dues duty beyond that day,
ind its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's name a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in bis locality.
Ic you lnse a watch, n dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will rend
ihe advertisement. Hut you will plod
along in business year nfter year, with
out calculating how much you tire los
ing by not advertising it Itrporter.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspnper advertisements
are not real by the public wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
civo publicity to sumo matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country pnper, and see whnt notoriety
i hey would soon attain. Advertiser
Advkrtisino is apt to give ns that
irentlejngoi conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
ferlmps it would he a good plan for
VI ad it me to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
last plnte. 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. lo see if there is
Hnythintr new, or anything that they
wane, lo see it the seasons styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is eelling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement
To satisfy curiosty. liecause they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because thev want to. Because thev
can't help it Ohio Slate Journal.
Thb power of print is well known.
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives en importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter which gives it a
marvelous force and influence. Busii
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 1 'how, when and
where" oi it, and you will have, a
knowledge worth naving.
r Buy yoar '
i Boots and .
Mhoesof I.W. ;
jSt-rfVi I nsmden, "who ;
CltlaOwfl msnufacturea ;
VrTJ'F.n J and deals ex !
xVnrifti ' cliwively i a
A.fT-Si-W I tnosesruclts.
' JV?ViIt 8ecial at-
JtlJf A tentioa given
'OwCJV- V to '" Ca'f
nr. coitm HIt ifTnnB) SrroD fata
been known and used by the medical profession
over 100 years, and as a remedy for Colds ana
Coughs has an older and better reputation thaa
any other Cough medicine ever offered to the
public. It it known aa the Compound Syrup of
Squills, and a formula may be ionud In (very
Dr. Ilaiiaom'a nive Syrop
Tola, In addition to the ingredients for Cox a
Hive Syrup, contains Balstm of Tola, decoction of
Skunk Cabbage Root and Lobelia, a combination
that must commend it to every one as a superior
remedy for Cronp, Whooplne; Coaasj.
Asthma, Brouchllla, tougha and
Colds, indeed for all affections of the Throat
and Lungs where a Cough Medicine is necessary.
This Syrup Is Carefully Prepare
under the personal direction of a regular Physi
cian of over twenty years' practice, whose signs),
lure is attached to tho directions on the bottle.
Ita taste la very pleasant and children
Every family should keep it aa a ready
remedy for Croup, Colds, etc., among the
D. Ransom, Sox & Co., Propr's, Bnfralo, rt. T.
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
It rnree aa If by IWAGNBTI0
INFLUENCE, Neuralgia and all pain, and la
therefore very properly termed ' Magnetla
Malm." It Is purely a vegetable preparation. II
has no equal as a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Dlirrhaea, Dysen
tery, Colic and all Bowel Complaints.
, Its 1 1 mel f u ae will cure Colds, t roup, Dlph.
thc-ria. Quinsy, and all Throat aAectlunt.
When properly used. Fever and Agne.
and other complaints incident tonur western and
southern climates, are easily broken np.
Nervoua Pain. Plck-IIeilche, ana Rhea
matUm arecurcd by thlsmedicinewhen all others
have failed. Toothache. Earache, Burns. Chil.
blalns and Braises are relieved at once by lis nse.
The eenulne haa D.ltanaom A o.'e
SrivKe Revenue Stamp on the outside, and Dr.
. R. Miller's Magnetic Dalm blown in the bottle.
Examine closely, and buy none bnt the gen-
Sold by all Druggists. Price 95 cents per
D. Ransom, Soft & Co., Propr's, Buffalo, If. T.
.flaT a U .
f VH.T.IIolxbo:d .
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tho o:i'y Known T'.cim-tly for PrL-hf DIs
CS'O and ha cured ever c:s-o ft Iiisbetcs III
which it In bei-ii I i en, Inilalli.n of the Neck
of the llladili-r and I'ltlnininatlon of the Kii'.urj.
Ulceration i f tin Kiduejs mid Fiinitder, Ri tcn-
I'-t.... 1!..n....j i.9 11,.. 1 rnulnl. ftl.-lllll.
Stone ill 111" Uladder, tiravel. Brick Dust Deposit,
snd Mucous .r Jlilky Disctiargen, and for En-
fcil.lcd unil Dcllcatot'oiiatilutioueof both bcies,
ntli iidcd iih tho following symptoms: Loss
of Power, Lo-s of Memnrv. Diflicultr of Bresth
ing Weak Nerve. Wakefulness, Pain In the
Hui'U. I'liisliintjof '.hertody, ErupllonoutheFace,
IVIliil ('.iiinten nice, LassiliHe of the Syitcai, etc.
I'fcd by p- rsons in Din d'-clino or change of
life; after ro ittiiemciit or luiior paiu,bcd-tt-Unirin
In ni.inroftirlions peculiar to lai.I.-s, the Ex
tract Uui hu uneiicukd I y ary ollnricuieiljr
As iiiChlonwii nr licti tiiioii. Irresulaniy. I'u.n
fulncssorSuiiprcssiinif Curiomsry F.vniimiloiis,
to , ... Qt,;Ppiij iii. nt tin, l'L:.ri:-. Leu
corrhita or Whites, Pt nilily, and f. r all com-
plaints incident to inj sex. h i (rrwj.u-ij
extensively by tho most eminent Pliv-iciansana
Midwivcs for enfeebled and dclicau constita
tions of both sexes and all n-cs.
KEARNEY'S EXTUACT BVClTV,
''vrei tlwutt Ai Mni frutn Imfrudtncu,
II bin of l)is,iihtUon, Etc., In s!l their stages, at
little expense, little or no change in diet, no ln
eonvcuience, and no exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and gives strength to urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Preventing and
Coring Slrictiirea of the Urethra. Allaying Pain
and Inflammation, so freqnent in this class of dis
eases, andcxpcllingall poisonous matter.
KEARNEY'S EXTUACT BUCHU,
11.00 per bottlo or six bottles for tS.00, delivered
to any address, secure from observstloo. Sold by
driurgisls everywhere. Prepared by
KEARNEY A f'O.. 101 Dusne SL.N. Y.
to whom all letters t - 'Worinatlou should be '
AVOID QUACKS .'tfD IMP08TCRB.
Ko Charge for Advice anil Consultation.
T)r. J. Ii Ittiotl. Gradnaleof Jfftrran M-dlrnl
tnil.nt Phllailehihin. author f several valuable
works, can he consulted en all ills -ases of the
8exual or llrinnry Organs, (which hv has mode
an especial study), cither in nialo i-r female, no
matter from what cause originating, or id how
long standing. A practice f 80 years enables
him to treat diseases with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonaMc. Those at a dis
tance can forward letter describing i-yiupirms,
and enclosing Mamp to prepay pnsiage. 0
bend for Hie '.;iiii m. Price 10 ci m .
' i. S. DVOTT, M. I)., I'hysU iaii and Surgeon.
104 Dtianc St., Now Yurk.
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolia, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALT, parties having subscribed lothe cap
ital stock ol the ii.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby requi.ed to make payment to theSee
retaryoflhe Company, nt hi office on the
Public Square, in Uallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to Iianiel Will, President of the
Vinton County Bank, at McArthur, Ohio, of
an installment ol Ave dollars on each share
so subscribed, within tea days of this date.
August 10, 1871.
Q. McA. AC. R. R.Co.
dee 1 1871.
S. T. BOCCESS,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all times be found at his office.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
saletv, by the nse of
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