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THE VINTON RECORD.
TOUR8DAY. SEPT. 25. 1873
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Oa ill eflerSunday, Mar tSlh, 187S, trains
IU run M lollowe: No, t, , end t
yaa dailyj til sther trio daily, SunJeye ex
cepted. uuinu n"
No.t. No. I.
taaoasi Btl.Ex. Tt L,.
Oonioiuui ..10 pm 1 oopra
Chlllicoina. ........ I loam opm
jtKhlaed Pur-.. I Warn lupin
Huiara - " ""I""
MoAereoe ........ n ulm
aleak). ... 1 tosm SSpro
ope Pureece,... I ln.
BtaUons. Fast li. Bt.L.Ex
terkersoure: ...... oom U 10pm
Map Furaace.....l Maus I 61pm
fcltl.. ...... .11 Mn I Olpin
fiawa... !" 1 WP
Hotmgi U lin I I' 'pro
Smi -...-....II ' 'Pra
IHchlaed Fur... 11 4ln
Chillicoth......H Mpm 4un
Cincinnati.. -i Wpm I pm
1 lit in
ain -in aUntt.iween Cincinnati and HI"D-
abetter, at 6. X 8. Junction and Loveland un
it; eat el Blaarhealer it will slop at ail ale,
tioae except Partner!'. Harper', Moonville,
Mineral. New England. Big Bun, cutler, Lit
Ma rioekisf, rienamg', and Tunnel. NO. 3
will atop ea Wentera Din.ion at C. a H.
' I uectioa. Lsvelssd aad Greenfield only; on
v...... n.mina at Uamden. McArth ur.
a.iki. aait all atalioas eaal ot Athena Thia
.. ,n ,iu .ion at Kiuu'a. Ineham. Mon
villa aad Mineral City oa signal. NOM. A AM)
A will atoa at a a. junuuna, wjwiuh,
a?..na.l.. Chillir-nlhe. Hamden. Alhen and
Bcoll'a LaadiBgonly. NO. 8 will make Ml the
atopa between Parkon-burg and Hlanuhertt r,
ascent Tunsel, rieming's, LHtie Hocking,
Mineral Ctly, King's, Ingham Vinton rut-
r.,min'' hetween Hlaneneater and
Cmeionati, at Loveland. C. 4 8. Juni tion and
il. NO. a will slop at Bel-
re, Vincent I, new cogiauu, an ,."- -
iweea Athens sa t nsmueu,uu ;
dea, at i:lnllicolhe, Hreenneia, uovciau.i,
Madiaoofiliei v. a a. juncuuu auu vuinunuc-
fARKERSRURG, MARETTA AND ZALES
Tha Parkeraburf ..Marietta and Znleakl Ao
aominodati"! learea Zleki at 10 a. m.,
arrifingat parkernburx at I SO a. I m i i re
a..ii, Parkorxburir it I 10 r. M.
amrinaat Zaleaki at t 60 P. M. Till, train
topi at all aMIioai.
!. Iiluil Vraiaht aoinir ft lenTS
Chilllcothe al Wa. m.( Ravunlle T 35; Rich
land rurnace, I Wi Hamden, arrire SS
depart 00; McArthur, 9 Jiij Vinton, tu oii
r.Jki ism. (Joini weat-ZKlesxi.e 00 p.m i
Vintea 4 in, MAith'ir 6 no; Hamden, arrne
I SO depart S 00; Richland Furnace, 6 30;
RJflll. T DO; Chilllcothe, I M.
Tfram oa the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
Will leaf Hamden at IS a.m. ana a up.
at Purtamoulh at 11 !tOa ni. and 6 46i.
m, Returaintraina ill leare PortHtnoiith nt
II a. ra, anil u J.i p. m , arrmug at umu
dea at 11 II a. m. and t 4S p. m.
Traiaaeanaeclat Loreland for all point on
he Little Miami Railroad, and at the ludinnnp
alla and Cincinnati Railroad Juncli n for nil
Iointa Weat at Athena, with the Columbua
H. 7. R. R., at Parkerihurx, with the B. 4
O.K. t W. w. rtjnuui,
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHABLES . BARNETT, Proprietor
WILL run retuif rlj to McArthur Station
to meet all tralna.
Hvk laavea McArthur Doat office at 10
'clock, A. M , to meet Fast Line WeBt; at
11 M. to meet the Cincinnati Exp going
aat; at I o'clock P.M., to meet the St. Lnum
ipreK going west; at 3 r. m. tor ri
aaal. will meei me raraersuurK, nHnvna
and Saleaki Accommodation on application
la neraoa r br letter.
Ordera led at the post office, McArthur, er
fiondaa, prjtaptlr attended to.
gem CHARLES W. BARNETT.
IW1LI. ma a hack from WilkeaTille t
Hamden aad return every Monday, Wedne
dar, Friday and Saturday Tor the aecommo
dltioa rp.eor.. mk.nS 't,'"'Z.
tloa with the mail train on the M. A C. K. K
1 will alaa earry exprea package ehipped
la or from point by the Adams Express Co.
aepT ISAAC W. MILLER.
From Maine to Oregon, in
very civil organization, irom
t SUtt down to an election
precinct, wherever you find
the Democratic party in long
continued and exclusive con
trol, tbre you will find rings,
fraudi and defalcations. The
last Democratic administration
in Obio cost the State over
half a million, stolen; take the
strongest Democratic counties
Fairfield, Butler, Coshocton,
Hancock, and so on and you
will find everywhere losses
hom direct stealing by Demo
cratic official. Take New York
city, Brooklyn but why ex
tend the lilt! It is everywhere
the same. Democratic admin
istration uncontrolled means
A Nebraska Cut husband
went home late and finding the
door locked, climbed upon a
low roof and attempted a win
dow entrance without awaken
ing his wile. The blow she
gave the supposed burglar was
good argument for the im
provement of the police force
by admitting ladies.
Ah oppressed Californian
baa been fined $100 for merely
knocking his mother-in-law's
last front tooth down her
throat, whilst the Texan mat
ron who mortally shot her son
in-law the other day has been
released on trifling bail. Aiid
yet women clamor tor mi re
A Kansas highwayman, who
didn't find any greeubacka in
a farmer's wallet, made bim
A Wheeling 'woman shot
her husband because he would
not eo black berrying. He was
ready tor burying after-ibt
Tax German Government
has invested $17,000,000 in the
.Jnjted States five jer cents.
ENOCH MORGAN' SONS
fcj A. 3? O L I O
it a lubetitule far aoap for all fcouaabold
purpoaea, except waabing cloth. .
ft a i- oT.ro
tor eleAoiog your hout will v tb labor ot
8 A P O L, I O
foi windows 1 better thna whiting r water.
Ho rriuotmg cu itaina and carpet.
S A. F O L, I o
cleaui paint and wood, in tact In eatir
Louaa. bailer than aoao. Ko tlopulag bar
labor. V ou can t adord to be without it.
S A. P O L, 10
for acounng Lairai la better aad oJcanef tbai
bath brick. Will not eurelca'
S A. P O L, I O
i better than aoap and aand br noliahiaf lin
ear. Bitghiena without wtatcbing.
ft A POLIO
polishea bran aad copptr utanuli baiter tkaa
acid oi oil ai.d rotten alon.
ft A T O L I 0
Ihr washin dishaa and ilaaawar i intaluabl
Cheaer than aoap
S A P OLIO
...a r,Am ana.KIa mantl.a. tablea
ami Xaiuary, from bsrd huulied walla, acd
lioin cnina ana porccuin.
S A POLIO
remote ktains and great from carpet
other worea labnc.
Ther la a ene article kaowa that will
do ae wiaay kiuda of work mui im It aa
well aa ttm alio. Try It.
a new and nonrirrfully etlectire
toilet aoap, luring no equal in
thit country or abroad.
UAND S APOL1 0
a an article for the lith,"reach
ea for the foundation" of all dirt,
opena the porra and gives a
healthy action and brilliant lint
to the akin.
cleanses ami beautiflei the skin,
nmlHiiily removing any atam or
blemish Irom bulb band! and
UAND 8AP OLIO
.MWithnnt a rival in lh world
f,. niiK.naf nm nrunantinif rniltrh.
UriH Dti rhappiog oi Ul.er
DHDUi ur wcv.
nrnnvu lap. mtch. Irnn nr ink
tain, and grease; for workers
In machine shops, mines, Ac, i
Invaluable. Kor making the akin
while and soft, ai d giving lo it
m .il.lnnm .it kaaiiiv il ta im.
aurpassed by any ooimtlio
UAND SAP OLIO
CC9l 10 to IS cent per cake, and
everybody ahould have it. You
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Hut It of your merchant If kekn Iter
will procure It for yon. If not ibua write
forour pamphlet., "All about .Sapello,"
and II will be nailed tree.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS.
2(1 J.l(iC PLAUB, X. T,
Ho Person can take these Bitter SO
eording to directions, and remain long nnwelL
provided their bonea are not destroyed by mine
ral poison or other means, and vital organ!
wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyapeptla or IndlRatlon, TJfad.cha,
Pain In the Shoolders, Couglis, Tightness of th(
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tbe 8to
mach. Bad Tasie in the Mouth, Bilious Attack,
Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of tht
Lungs, Pain In the region of tbe Kidneys, and
hundred other paluiU symptoms, are the off
springs of Dyspepsia. One bottle will prove
better guarantee of 1U uerlla tliaa a lengthy
For FemaleConplalnt, Id ynang orold,
named or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
or the turn of life, these Tonic Bitter display so
decided an Influence that luipcoveoienl lit tool
For Inflammatory and Chronfw
Khianallim and Gout, Bilious, irfnilllenl
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Wood,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters bar
no equal, ouch Diseases are caused by Vitiated
They are a gentle Purgative as well
a a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting ai
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
and In Billons Diseases.
For Skin Disease, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rhenm, Blotches, Bpots, Pimples, Pustules,
Bolls, Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head,
Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolora
tion! of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
skin of whatever name or nature, are liter
illy dug op and carried out of the sys
iem In a Ihort time by the use of these Bitter.
Grateful Thousand proclaim Vinioai
Bitteks the most wonderful Invlgoraat that
iver sustained the sinking svntem.
It. II. ftleDOXAi.D at. CO.
Druggists and Gen. Agu., San Francisco, C&L,
ft cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.Y.
lOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS A DEALERS,
Cg lie lent Iiiim provi-u Ur
? Crook's Wine of Tar U
buvt) more merit tliuti
a)Js any Minilur prennrntion
ever olteied to the pur
f lln. It I. rl-l In II,.
riielicinnl qualities ol
Tur, and uneiiuiib d foi
dist-Mses of the lhr out
and Luuti. perliirinina
till) Mir-1' KK.HAKKAHI.I
Mil MM I, V ' V L' . T 1 1 . , T
tyW cures all t'tiatbi and
v.- uiii. ii mi.- cun'u so
wAa miiiiv cnsija of Aathana
and rironrbltla, that II
bus bet-u proiiouucrd
eix'cltlc for these, com
jiluiiitH. For Pnliia In
the llreaat, Niile oi
Itacli.UrAvcl or Uld
iter li'iiae, Dlietuiet
Of the I'rlunry Ornuua, Jaundice, 01
any Liver loiiiplaint it haa no eiual
It la nlao a auperiur Tome.
Leatorea the Appetite,
Btrencthena tlie Nyatom.
Beatorea tbe VteaU nit Debilitated.
I'anaa tha Faod lo Ulet,
BeueiTe lyapepl and ladlgmklon.
Prevrnta Malarioua Fever.
(Uvea to your kyatem.
That Pale, Yello. SlcUy-LooUsi Sill
is chnnuwl to one of (reshiipm and health
Those Die of tbe Hkln, Planplea
Puatnlca. Blotrhea and F.rnpttou art
removed. Hrrofnla,iroruloua Dlaenae
f Ike Kyea, Hh . Nwellinv. Vleer
Old Korea or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle and disappear under lu Influence
In fact It will do you more good, and curt
you more speedily tlinn any and all othei
prrpural Ions com bliifxl. Watllltl It Is na.
lurv'a own restorer! A aolnhle oxyd of Imr
oomutned with tbe medlclnftl properties a
Poke Root dlveHtedot alldlsHgreettDlequal
Hie It will cure any bronle or Loag
atandiua; lHoae whoae real or dlrecr
sause Isbadblowl. Itlienmallaui.Palni
In l.lrobaor Uonen.t oiiatllullona ro
leu down by Mercurial or other pniaons
Ire nil rureil by It. ForNypnlll,orNypb
ilille la't, tliire 1 nothing eonrtl to it
A trial r ' rrrve It. ASK FOR DR
cttHj- Q. ra oi
J. S. MoCOMMON,
OppoaiU U EamiU Houm,
IhrcckenKaOit'a OK Stan!,
aUKUPACTCBBS AND SIAU1 U
Fino Gold Jewelry.
Amsrisaa and foreign Watoios.
H. I. -
Millaoa " L
Heih Tboaiu Clock,
Plna aad Stud
II ABIE & TODD'S GOLD FEXS,
A FULL UNI OF GOODS SUITABLE FOB
BRIDAL 4 BIBTHDAT PRESEHT3
ttooda mid lo order and repairing done by
careful workmen. No itr charge for
graving food, bought at Ibi eitablmbaaenv.
a jan laid ij
Oriatest, most fashionable and elegant styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
1 make it a point to to alt my work of the
best material, aod aland second lo none in
uualily of finish or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are so appienlice
boys about my eitablmhment, and I can not
tail to plean any person who wants the best
turnout mail in Ihe country. 1 rele' with
pride to my customers throughout Hoiilhern
Ohio as to the character of woik coming
from my factory, and guarantee all my cus
tomers periect satialiciion.
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.
1 have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
Uft with m for sale, repaired and almost a
,gnod as new.some oi mem
FARM? FOR A. LE.
TBE fsjm on which I now reside lo Jack
a aUH lUWIIPiiij,, ni. t,.., v., iirw numini-
ville, and containing nearly ni hundred acres
Alan niv farm in l.lttMrtv tnanahiu. HohmCo..
()., and couluiniou about 280 acre. I willaell
BOTH FARffS AT A BARGAIN.
For further inlormalion call on or write to
me directed to Umexa, Pike l o , (), The
flrst farm is in one of the moat desirable ilu
ationa in the towui-hip- The larm in Liber-
tv townxhiM very convenient to tne depot
at i.onno naerry. aAoviwucio.
- . . . - . . i . r . l.i.' L'.!
FEATUER-WEIG11T 1IATS !
MINE A R'S HAT STORE
C. F. DUFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
TX70ULD respectfully say to the eltltens of
vv Tinionuo mat ne nsseniareo nissioea
makiBH oae of the largoat in Ihe Htate. Our
business has increased every year up to the
ureaeat lime and we leel thankful to the pub
lic for past favors, and are determined to keep
a larKe siock oi every ining usuai'v lounu in
a nrst-cla Jewelry Htor, and will keep the
finest stock of gold and solid silver, lio th
best Plated Uoods , aa low as sn j bouse in the
We keep all Ihe different brands ot Amen
can Watches Howard, United Wales. Eluin
Waltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver caaei, Alao a large line of
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
from 128 to 1300.00, also silver from f IS in
1190. We have a veiy reliable lull Jeweled
Sliver Watch from II 4 lo 120.
A full line of all aooda in eor line, er mad
to order by experienced workman. 8epair
Ids will receive prompt attenlioa
riease drop la ana
Me treoMe lo
The Best and Cheapest
Id ONE OF
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPABED,
MANUFACTORY No. 11 WEST 4th tl.
The Crops of 1873.
Tha Agricultural Depart
ment report! tbat tha probable
wheat yield for 1873 will be
two hundred aad twefttj bash
els. The largest absolute fall
.Dg oft in corn is in Illinois,
where there ia a redaction of
fifteen per cent. The Depart
ment reports that the flax cul
ture is greatly oa the increase
Tbi Atchison Qlobe sayftt
"Nepotism" is no longer the
slogan with which Democracy
rallies its shattered columns.
Whyf Because in Obio Bill
Allen, tbe uncle of his nephew,
is a candidate for Governor,
and Allen Thurman, the nepb
ew of bis ancle, is a candidate
for United States Senator. A
more complicated case of ne
potism could not be imagined
Akonimods placards have
aoneared in the streets of
Chillieoths, threatening the
Mayer and police that if the ar
rest of sporting women is not
etoDDed Chillicothe will be
visited with a Chicago fire.
Wbeh tbe farmers in Sonth
em Kansas have any cattle
killed on the railway they
don't sue the companies not
much! They burn down
bridge, and as soon as it is
built op they put this notice
on it: 4Tou must pay for the
stock killed on this road inside
a week. If you don't we will
burn the G d d d bridge
Am Illinois tetter says tbat
nineteen car-loads of corn
shipped by the Grangers from
Tolono to Toledo, realized ten
to twenty per cent, above the
usual profit. The Grangers
encouraged by this, have call
ed for more cars, and wil
erect elevator buuuings ana
machinery of their own.
A barber at Lampass, Texas,
thought it was queer he had
never seen a white door knob
in tbe State, and he put one
on nis Iront door. INo sooner
was the job finished that the
citizens began to fire at the
choice target, and the barber
retired to the cellar until the
knob was Bitot off. 11 is door
opens now with a string; run
ning through a bullet hole.
An observant lady sajsthat
she was never so much inclin
ed to laugh In church as on a
recent Sunday, when, walking
down the broad aisle alter 6er
vice, she saw that every wo
man ahead ot her was using
her left hand in arranging that
portion of her dress adorning
ber back, and betore she was
aware of it found herself sim
Avoid idleness, and fill up a
the spaces of thy time with
serene and useful employment
for lust easily creeps in
those emptinesses where the
soul is unemployed, and the
body is at ease; for no easy
healthful, idle person was ever
chaste if be could be templed
but of all employment, bodily
labor U the moet useful, and of
the greatest benefit for driving
A little son, six years old
of Mr. Wake llubbell of Cin
cinnati, while en route to New
York last Thursday with his
mother, fell out oi a car win
dow while tbe train was mov
ing at the rate of twenty miles
an hour. Tbe train was stop
ped and backed and the h'tle
codger was found unhurt, and
trotting along the track trying
to- overtake the train from
which he had fallen.
Salt is a simple remedy lor
many things. It will cure sick
headache, make cream freeze,
make the butter come, take
ink stains out of cloth of any
kind, kill wens, kill worms,
make the ground cool, so it is
more congenial to celery, cab
bage, &c; ease the itching
pain caused by irritable skin
diseases, like hives, itch, &c,
produces vomiting or stops it,
as you like, and many other
things, too nume.ous to men-
A Hint to Housewives.—How
How to Keep Kitchen War
Clean and Bright.
Eterv housewife of neat and
tidy habits takes especial delight
in keeping all the tin, copper and
iron wars of her kitchen as clean
and bright as painstaking labor
can. make them. A pride in this
direction is commendable, ana
always meets the smiling approv
al ot the "tyrant man," who pays
the household billa. Remember
that Sapolio is the only thing on
earth that wiil make an old tar
nished tin pan or a rusty kettle
shine as bright as new. And by
the use of Sapolio it is the quick
est and easiest thing in the world
to keep every utensil in a high
state of polish.
How to Break up a Bad Cold.
Bihe your fet in hot water
just before going to bed; take one
or two spoonfuls of Dr. Ransom s
Hire Sjrup, and drink a bowl of
ginger tea. Jump into bed and
wrap np warm, and you will be
all right in the morning.
Dr. Miller's Magnetio Balm is
a certain cure for all diseases of
the stomach and bowels. It re-
ieves nausea, vomiting, colic,
cramps, and pain of all kinds,like
magnetiam. Only costs 25 cents
to buy it.
See advertisement in another
Wilhoft's Fever and Ague Cure
Without a rival cures chills,
enlarged spleen and all malarial
fevers, of whatever grade or type,
It is undoubtedly the specifio for
such diseajeB, and a certain and
speedy cure is guaranteed if ta
ken according to directions.
Millions of bottles have been
sold under the guaranty, and no
one has yet come to claim the
purchase money. Wilhott's ton
ic has never "gone back'' on its
able didcoverer and it is still sell
ing in undiminished quantities
and daily increasing.
Tub McArthur Enquirer of
last week tells us howenthusi
astic Mr. Alesliire, the Demo
cratic candidate lor Represen
tatire in Qitllia county, is in
behalf of the farmer's interests
II the Enquirer only knew that
Mr. Alouliiro ia a miller and a
merchant, and Mr. Stone, his
opponent, is a farmer, it might
know how thin a string it is
pulling on. And then, again,
if it knew that tht Patrons ol
Husbandry are not IV.rons of
Politics, it might save it lots of
trouble in dressing up middle
men as such staunch friends of
the "dear farmer."
Dr. J. R. Piiilson, of Racine,
Meigs county,, is the nominee
tor the' Slate Senate, tor the
counties of Meig, Gallia and
Lawrence. His opponent was
Wilson, of the lronton Regis
ter. Dr. fhilson is an excel
lent choice. A man of large
general information,' incorrup
tible, at home in such an as
sembly. and one who will be
influential in all matters to
which he gives attention, lie
is a man about 50 years ol age.
The Spanish Marshal, O'Don
nell, on his dying bed, when
the priest asked him to forgive
bis enemies, answered, ''Ene
mies? I have nono; I shot them
The Shah's visit cost Queen
Victoria $165,000, and the
British Government $35,000.
Farmehs should not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which Ueorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for a farm, costing fifty per cent,
lees than the old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are in OicArtbur.
Sihond's, Photographer, Chillicothe
sives careful attention to making cop
les of other pictures. Pictures may be
made as large aa life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judioious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colored in the best
styles in oil, water colors, crayon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all ciroum
Wf will furnish the Beoord and the
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers
$3.50 per year
Advkbthinq reminds people
things they bad been wanting all
Want a situation,
Want a servant girl,
Want to coll a piano,
Want to c'.l n carriage.
Want to bit j oraell a farm.
Want a bCBrdinjr place,
Want to ell town property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry foods or carpets,
Want to Mud customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will kerp old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
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
yo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, (he Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven lo advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. . -dr-guing
from this that if il was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still belter in pros
perify, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, ana thus gained nis co
Some merchants s:tv it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rendu
advertisement"; vet every merchant in
thia county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will prnnt
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
offor worth advertising. How much
more then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied w th rend'.
ing matter, are at Ipi&iire m the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the most itrportant
item of which is where they can find
juht what they witnt when they come to
town to make their purchases. 11 yotu
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or if it if run
down SO thnt you novo nothing loft 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,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world that you have them, and want
to sell thorn 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 most men imagine. In the
end it will make a man's mime a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the rainas ot men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in bis locality.
you lose ft watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing tnat every one win reac
the advertisement. But you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you nre los
ing by not advertising it Reporter.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by tho publio wish to be
convinced of their error, just lot them
tiive publicity to somo matter they
would not cire to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they wouiu soon attain. Advcrtiter t
Advkbtisixo is apt to give us that
gentle jog ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress aa soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon ber husband s break
last plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet oiviliie 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
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of an auction. For amusement.
To satixfy curiosty. Because they
have rend all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it OA to State Journal
The 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 sn importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capaoity 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. Bnt there is some
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanence
about printed matter whioh gives it a
marvelous force and influence BusN
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a persevering nse of
me priming presses, uesrn to aaver
tise, and then the "how, when and
where" oi it, and you will hare a
vtOTledjca worth hftTlpg. -
I B" yor
i ' t I Boots aad
.rvS I BhiMsef i.w.
SSI WIL80N, at !
JlA rtf7l Oamdea, who
CXanWtTl I raaaUfactnrM
S--j!k,1 a"1 rte's i
TV .-VTrZS 'i slusivals ia !
jLr mJ "A "B"rwefc i
ffJr jna taotioa givea 4
Dr. Cox's Illve (Crnaja) Mjrmp haa
bceo known aod ntcd by the medical profeMtoj
over 109 Tears, and as a wmedy lor Colds so
Coughs has an older and better reputation tbaa
anv other Congo medietas aver offered ta tha
public It Is known as the Compound 8mp of
Squills, snd a formula mtf be loud la svery
Dr. Utinaom'a Hlva tyra mm
Tola, In addition lo the Ingredient, for Cox
Hive Syrup, contains Saltan) of Tola, decoction of
SkankCsbbairs Root and Lobelia, a comblDslioa
Ibst must commend it to every one as a superior
remedy for Croop, Whooping Coat.
Asthma, Brouchllla, ouhs fuel
Colds, Indeed for all sflectlons ot the Throat
and Lungs where a Cough Medicine is necessary.
This Syrup la Carefully Prepare
Under the personal direction of a regular ffaysl
Cian of over twenty years' practice, whose sign,
tore is attached to the directions on the bottle.'
Its taato la very pleasant and thildrea,
WETerr family should ksep It ss a ready
remedy for Croup, Colda, etc., smoo( the
children. . , .
D. Bauson, Son A Co., Propr's. Buffalo, IT. T.
DR. J. R. "MILLER'S
It eures If tT MAGNETIC
INFLTJKKCK, Neuralgia and all psin. and Is
therefore very properly termed "Msgneti
Balm." It Is purely a vegetable prsparatioo. II
has no equsl as a remedy for
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Dlarrhota, Dysea-
lery, Colle and all Bowel Complaints.
, Ita timely u no will cure Colds, t ronp, Dips.
Iberia. Oulusy, and all Throat ITectloce.
When properly need, Fever aad r"
and other complaints Incident to osr western and
southern climates, are easily broken p.
Nervous Pain, Bick-nradsche, and Bhea
matlem ere cured by this medicine when all others
have failed. Toothache, Ean che, Burns. ChO.
blsins snd Braises sre relieved st once by its nee.
The teonlns bss V.KaasiBi Ata.S
Srlvite Revenue Sump on the outsids, snd Dr.
. R. Miller's Magnetic Bulm blown in the bottle.
Examine closely, snd boy none bnt ths geav
Sold by til Drngglstt. Price tS eenta P
Kistox, Son A Co., Propt'a, Buflale, V. T
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
I the o.ily Knimn Remedy for Brlghfa Pis
eae end bus cared every ce cT Du.Uire ia
whic'.i it hue been (rtten, Irriiution of the See
of tbe BUddrrand Ir.ltsikmation of the U.ir'.r.rra,
Ulcers'ion of th EUine aud Bisrfder, R
tlon of Urine, Diseaees of the Pro-tate Cured,
Kione In ths Buvd!er. Orawl. Brick Diret De-oii
end Mucous rr Milky Diecharfres, and for Bk
feebied end IeliraiCintitutionof bwk Seiaa,
attended wirh the following ymptoire: Us
of Power, L'-s ft Memory, Difficulty of BreeiV
In. Weak K-rree. Wskefalnew, Psin ta Wat
Buck. Kin-hingof the Body. Smpifun on toe laee
Pallid Conntennacr, Litu-e of theSye'en. ess.
I srd by pTXm in the decline or change ef
life; after ronanement or WU palas, hed-vm.
ting in chihlren. etc.
In many affi rilon. peculiar to Klics. Ihe Ex
tract Bnchu i nntiiosfea If eiy wfcer reaay
As In Cblor'wi or Retention, Irmceliatity, Pain.
fiiliieworSnpprerMoa f Customary Bveeuanoaa,
Ulcerated or Scliirrn Hare of tho Ctero", Leu
coTThosa or Whin s, Ft :rUity, and f..r aU com
plaint incident to lh sex. It t preeenoed
extensively by tbe mnet eminent Ph nciene and
Midwires for enfeebled and dvl!cai conatitay
tions of both sexes and all Bgca.
XCASKXT'S E.XTZSACT BtTCUV,
fvrci Vittattt Aiili7 fnrn lnprudmm.
n bin of DMn-ition. i'fc.. In all their stage at
Uttie eipenne, little or no chuugo in die', no In
convenience, and no exposure. It caus s a fre
quent deaire, and rives strength to urinate
thereby' removing Obstrartiona. Preventing aad
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, AUayisg Paia
and Inflammation, so frequent ia this cUia of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter.
KK.tUKEY'S EXTKACT BCCBr,
S1.00 per bottlo or six bottlee for J.0O, delivered
to any addree. secure from observsttuo. Sold by
drutpets eienr where. Prepared by
KEA R.NEY S CO., 104 Dunne St. K. T.
to whom all letters t' v forma Uou, should be
AVOID QUACKS 'VlO IMPOSTS.
Is Gkargt lor Advice aod Coasoltatita.
Dt.J. B 1'yotl, Grsdnnteof .Jfewa H-dl'ctl
Colt'Qi, Phlladi'lphis. author of veveral inLi'-aMe
works, can be consulted on sil disease of the
Sexual or Urinary Orrena. (which he hn aisda
an especial study), either in male rr fen. air. n
matter from what raute originating, or of how
long standing. A practice of SO years enabka
him to treat dieeaace with encre'S. Cure gnar
snteed. Cliarts reasonable. Thoae at a dis
tauco rau forward iettrr deecri'dn symptoms,
and eneloiiiK elamp to prepay p.UKr. e)
Scud tor Hie Oat.lt lu Uni.th. Price l" cell
i. B. D1UTT. v. I., I'hy.iciau and Surgeon,
101 Dueno U, New York.
jn j snn i.en
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Gallipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
A LI, parties bavin e. subscribed to the er
iul atoek ol tha U.. McA. C. R. R. are
hereby reqni.ed to make payment to theSeo
retnryoflhe Company, at hi. office on tha
Public Square, in Gullioolia, Ohio, or if mora
convenient, to lianielWill, President of tha
Vinton County Bank, at MeArtkur, Ohio, of
an installment ol live dollara aa eaeh share
ao subscribed, within tea days of this data.
August IV, 1871.
WM. "HOBKR. 8fe"y
Q.McA.aC. R. R.Co.
S. T. BOCCESS,
RESIDE T DE'VI'IST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all timea be found at bis ofllca.
Absolutely withoui peio, and with perfect
saiety, by ihe use of