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THE VlNlO;, HtCUHU
M o A H 1 11 U It , 0I1I0,
THURSDAY. OCT. 30, 1873.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Oaand after Huaday, May 2Mh, W3, train
Will ma M lollows: . ami
fan dull;; til other trains riaily.SuuJaysex
Na t. No 4.
Fast L. Bt.L.Kx
Mop f urBc..10 &--'m
..II uaarn s vipia
,..11 loam 3 lupin
...II ltaio ipia
..11 onj S 3ipm
U tixm 1 44pm
...IS tJpm 4 4Apm
.4 Wpm I aupra
SO. 1 willetepbeurtenClncinnati and HI n
ttae.ier.alO. A 8. Junonon nd Lovelandnn
lj east ot Blancbester it o.ll nop n til sis.
lions except Farmers', Harper', Moonville,
Minanil. New Eoulnnd. Biff Run. Cutler. Lit
tie docking. Flemings', u. Tunnel. Nil. 3
will step en Western Division at O.A 8.
function. Lttelaud aud Greenfield only; on
KuUn Division at Hamden. McArthur,
2aleeki, tad ll staiionseastot Athena This
trail anil alto atno at King's. Inghtm, Moon
villa aad Mineral City on signal. NOH. 5 AND
a will atoo at fl. A d. Junction. Lovelawl
Ureenflald. Chiilisothe. Hamden. Allien' ami
cott'a Landing only. NO. 9 aill makeall the
atopa between Parkorcbiiig and Hlanchestir,
except Tuooel, Fleming's, LHtie Hocking,
Mineral Cttv. Uinu's. In'liam Vinton Fur
nace and Fur mem'; belweeu Hlancnesler and
Cincinnati, at Loveland. C. AS. Junction and
CuromiD.ville only. NO. 4 will atop ut Bel
pre, Vincenl'a, New England, all stations bc
ween Athena an.l Hamdeu, and ei of Ham
aea, at Clullicothe, (irteniield, Lovrlnn.l,
MadiaonTille, C. a. Jumtiou and Cuinuiiut.
FAKKERSnURG, MARETTA AND ZALE3
The farkenburg. Marietta and Zileaki Ac
eoramoitntinn leuies Zilvekl nt 6 in a. m.,
rrmng al FarkemburK at t :iu a. in ; re
turnina leaTea Purk-r.-bura it 3 111 l. M.
arriving at Zulraki at a 6U P. M. Tbi train
tlopint all t itiun4.
The Zulenki Freiiiht aom? "t leaven
Chillicotheat Otia. in.: Ruvamlle 7 iS; Rich
land Furnace, ( OA; ilainileu, arrive 8
depart mi; McArtliur, 3"; Vinton, 10 Uo;
Ixleikl 10 50. Uoiuk weat-Hleaai, 4 Oil p.m
Vinton 4 3D, MrAith'ir S no; Hnniden, arrive
SO-depart 00; Rirhlnnd Kuruaie, II 30;
Bayarille, T oo; thillicnthe. a
Traiaa on the tOR I'SMOUTH BRANCH
will leave Hamden ntOIJ a.m. Hnd 3 45n.ni
arriving at Portsmouth at 11 20 a m. and U 45p.
m. Returning trains 111 leave Portxmontli nt
1 a. m, and li as p. m , arriving at uain
den at II It a. m. and 6 45 p. m.
Trams connect at I.oreland fur all points on
Che Little Miami Railroad, and at the Imliannp.
Ila and Cincinnati Rail road Jnncti n for nil
points West; al Alhena, with the Uolumhu
H. v K, R
, at Parkerliurg, with the U.
V. B. R.
W. W. PEAHOUY,
No. 5. Nc. .
Stallone: ft. I. Ex. Fasti..
CiaCsnaii.. lo Sopm I oim
Chllia-othe. ........ t 14ro tliipin
Jliehlan Fur.. S otain 4Hpm
Haradea I7m "prn
rotTc....... 3 isam ( Uro
intoo ... 37m tilpin
tUleaki.... . 1 4'wi Wirn
Hops Furnace.... I iUm Wpm
ParKusara, guaro ( Upui
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
0HAELE3 . BAENETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArthur Station
to meet all train.
Hack leavea McArthur post office al 10
'clock, A. M i to meet Fat Line West; nt
11 M. to meet the Cincinnati Exp es ffoing
at; al 3 o'clock P. M., to meet the St. Louie
EipresM going wet, at J P. M. for Fast Line
aat. Will meet the I'arkersbiiw. Marietta
and Zaleaki Acoommodntioo on applicution
In person or by letter.
Order left at the poat office, McArthur, or
Dundas, promptly attended to.
iWmv CHAHLK3 W. BARNETT.
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
IWlLt, run a hvk from Wilkeaville t
Hamden and return every Monday, Wed not
day, Friday and Saturday for the necommo
dation of uaaaenxers. making tdoae coiineo
lion with the mail trains on the M. AC. K. R
1 will alao carry express packngea shipped
to or rrom poiutiby the Adams express uo,
ISAAC W MILLER.
Amopg many remarkable cures
by Dr. Trask's Magnetic Oint
ment, 1 send yuu the following
I found my friend Deacon B ir
ber, of this place prostrate ami
helpless with inflammatory rheu
matism. With his consent I
made a thorough application ol
the ointment to the diseased
parts, rubbing it on with my own
hands. I used one bottle. The
next morning he was able to
come to tho breakfast table, and
said he felt like a new man
thought a good Providence bad
ent me there. Within a week he
was perfectly well and at work on
his farm. J. E. KEELER,
See advertisement in another
A Baptist paper in Ohio was
sent for nine yen to a subscri
ber who never paid a cent for it.
The other day the newspaper
was returned to the patient and
hag-suffering publisher with the
affecting pencil note on the mar
gin, "Gone to a better world."
The editor is a very pious man,
bat it is reported tnat bis faith
is terribly shaken in regard to
the accuracy of the information.
It is told of one of tha
Maupe8" who removes chairs
from the stage of a Troy tbea
ter with great effect, that, on
the death of Edwin Forrest be
ing announced to him, while
standing on a hotel stoop, he
exclaimed, with dramatic ges
ture: "Great God! another
one of os gone."
Capt. Hall's last words lo
his suriivors on the Polaris
were an entreaty to go to the
north pole. Be might as well
have requested them to go to
a warmer place.
A TK5 TEAR old child V 8S
carried off by an eagle in the
Italian mountains in August.
Some soldiers saw the flbf,
and soon fyand the matilaied
Fresh Drills, Piilnts, Oils. VnniUhrg,
Dye Stufl'i, and Pure Liquor lor Me
Perftiruerj-, Fine Toilet Soaps, Hair
Oils. Pommle, Hiilr, Nail, Tooth. Flesh
and Clothed Bnishes, Combs.
School Books. Blank Books, Copy
Books, Puns, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Fine Cut, Plur. I hewliijr and Siaot
Ing Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes.
Lanterns, LampsCliimueys, Shades,
A full line of Gold.Cornl, Jet, Topaz,
Amethyst, Agate, Gurnett Sits, Brace
lets, Finger and Ear lliugs, Necklaces
Sle&ve Butt jus. .
Needles fur all kinds of Sewing Ma
Musical Instruments, Tuning forks
Violin and Uultar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and an eud-
less variety ol Toys.
1 nm also ngent for nil the Maga
zlnes, Periodicals, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I lurnUh from three
days to a week In atlvauco of those
furnished bj mail.
All of the Above, and a
Ihousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at
MAIX ST.. M'AllTIIVR, O.
103 Main Street,
UftKes specialty of
Fine Watches and Clocks.
EETAILS at WHOLESALE PEICES.
Give Him A Call.
AWARDED BV THR
TO J. W. McKEE,
Embroidering and Fluting Machines
"I: is Ingenioua ami will meet the vrante of
ever? matron in the l.ind.''
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Gnvit, Itee. Htc'y, F A. Barnard,
1'rea.; Hainuel 1. Tilniun, Corresponding
New Vork, November 20, 1S72
This ainiple ami ingiuoi a machine la ax
iKeful as the Kewini nmchine, n.nl id faxt be
coming popular ilh laitita, in the pliu'enl
expt nive nteille work, ita work beinumiirh
more handanme, requiring mm h lra lime
ami not onetenth part ti.e expenae. No la
rty'e toilet le complete without it A machine
with illustrated einililnr ami lull inatru'tior,H
sent nn receipt of H or fiuiehed in silver plate
for 12 75.
Adilreaa, The SIcKce nTnnnfnrtnrlng Co.,
H0 broaawuy. New iurk.
DB GARVIN'S ELIXIR OF TAR
recommtn led lr meilionl prnctilionera
and 'a apecdv cure KHflrantee1 for colda,
eoiiKhK, cntarrh, afthmn, Imnehitia, apittinjj
blond, consumption, and nil pulmonary com
plaintx. Kidney 'leeai.ea and all nnVctious of
tne urinal orjjana lerfeclly hatmleea free
fron mineral or alcoholic properties plena
ant to lake ami never known to fail Price Si
per bottle. Full particulars with medical tes
timony and certificate aent nn application.
Addreaa L. F. liYLiE CO., 194 Seventh Av
enue New York. 18ep
Darts from the Devil;or Oupid Abused
hook juet laaned, exposing I he ' peraonnla'
that have appeared in (he New Toik New.
paper: their hiatory and leseon. Btylishvil
lima fully exposed . Advettmement from
deepera'e men to heaulifnl women: clnndea
line tntetintfs how Irustrnted; the history of
tlieiioodnch traifedv, the remit ol a ' person
al." Description of living Broadway slat lies
E.vpnaea social ciirriipliin. eijiit on rerreipt
of5 cent. Address Unique Printing House,
Veaey at., N. V. 18-ep
The ricckvrlih 2() Fnmlly ewln Ma.
chine on 30 Kays' Trial; m my niiviinl .ucs
over all. riHtislwlion Kiiaranteed, or 2u res
rnoded. Sent complete with full direction.
Bejkwilh beaing Machine Co., 8H2 Bromlway,
New Vork. 18eP
A.VKW KKMLItV FUR KlIPTl'KE.
win important Jareado. Sold by The r.laxtia
Trna Co., No. t83 Broadwiy, N. T. City, li
ret iin rupture ahaolutely in caae and com.
fort night and day, stall lime, and under all
oircumatancea, without any exception what
ever in any case, and should never be taken
during the short time requisite tn effect a
permanent cure. Pent hy mail. Circular
tree. Any druggist or physician will oner,
this new truaa for you without extra .barge.
BUT ONM THE GENUINE
GOODRICH TUCK MARKER.
Which is adapted lo
All Sewing Machines,
NkTIK particularly the ra. p of H . C.
G0OtKlCH, thic-KO. Ilia, w.ih H,e patent
Utnp.. H. C. S.UOUKK II,
Office ant aaltarooui jto bute t., i hago,
la a siibetitiitn fnr loap for ll aouaeheld
purpose, x -pt earning iluthee.
lr cleaning your house will save the labor ol
oue cleaner. Live it a trial.
S A. IJ O
for windows i Issuer than whiting or water.
No renioiing cuilaiba and carpets
H A IJ O L, 1
ltans paint and wooil, in fart the entire
house, beiier than soap. No .lopping naves
labor. You can I atturd lo be without it.
S A. V O L, 10
fur scouring knives i better and cleaner than
bath brick. Will out aortlco.-
S A. I? O L I O
is b. Iter than soap and sand for poliabing tin
ware. Bitijluens without sciaicbing.
S A. JP O Li I O
polishes hrass and copper utaniils belter than
acid si oil aud rotten atone.
S A P O L, I O
for washing dishes and glassware is invaluable
Cheaper than soap
S A P OLIO
removes stains from marble mantles, tables
ami ktatuary, from hard finished walla, and
from china aud porcelain.
removes stain and grease from cnrpsla
oilier wovru onirics.
There la no one article known that will
do so uiauy kiuda of work aud do It aa
well aa tsa. olio. Try It.
HAND SAP OLIO
a new and wonderfully effective
toilet soap, having no equal in
tint country or abroad.
HAND 8APOL1 0
as an rt:cleforlhe!ath,"reach.
es for the foundation" of all dirt,
opens the pores and gives a
healthy action and brilliant tint
to the akin.
cleanses and beautifies the akin,
insiuiiily remount any stain or
blemish Irotn bum bands and
HAND HAP OLIO
is without a rival in the world
for curing or preventing rough
ness and chapping ol either
hands or face
HAND S A POLIO
rmftvea tar, pilch, iron or ink
si Hint and grease; for workers
in machine shops, mines, Ac, is
jiivxlimhle. For making the akin
while and soft, ai d giving to il
a "bloom ol beauty," it i un
surpassed by any cosmetic
11 AND SAP 0 LI O
costs 10 to IS cents per cake, an
everybody should have it. You
will' like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
liny It of your merchant if bebna It nr
will procure It fur you. 1 1' not then write
for our pamphlet., "All about ,eaietio,"
auu it w ill ue niuiicu tree.
UNOCII MUUOAN'S SONS.
20 PA UK PL AVE, K. Y.
TOHN M. GCEHNER,
..VV . . .1. ' 1 .
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly execnted.
Mulberry St.,bet'n Second &atei
I superintend all my own work in person.
I execute all Ihefiner designs, use the best
material, and can int he umleisold. Persons
wishing any work in my line are invited to
ex imine work, stock and prices, before mak
1 personally aiinet intend the careful setting
upoi sinms ami monuments bought at ni)
Hi buying at this shop yon will save from 15
in " per cent, paia to ag nia. Z4npr3
8 MAIDEN MINE, A.T.
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
Old Watch Caaes and old Gold and Sliver
Having atrngcled twentr years
between life and death Willi Aatn
ma orPhthkdc, I experimented
myself by compounding roots
and herba, and inhaling the med-
cine thus obtained. 1 fortunate
v discovered a moat wonderful
remedy and surecure for Asthma
ind it kindred diseases. War-
rsu;cu to relieve I he severest paroxysm in
stantly, so the patient can lie down to rest and
sleep comfortably. (INK TRIAL PACKAGE
SKVT BY MA1I, FKEK OP CHARGE. Ad
dress I).LANGI,L,A pie Creek, Wayne Ca.,0
Url i 1 P !VM EH tlri dboy want
t I KL ed to sell our French and
American Jewelry, Hooks, lismes, Ao in their
own localities no ci pitnl needed Catalogue,
Terms, Ac sent ran S O TiCKKKY & CO,
T'TTJX'OTTiT''""''"' core burn-
H LIXJJUJXj R -OR 8UN ( IHM
! '.e u. P TME AT WOOD. pro
Uncos Mie Ur.e t urn Can ne mwd on any
coal nil Ismp Kr sale hv all lamp dealers
5oft20-"r ''"' Agents wanted! a I
4vr.u4u,tillp.r. of tklnil peop,,, of
Hietime, than anything else. Particulars free
Us i .ral
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. [Continued from 1st Page.]
: thing io be eaten; but apparent
ly had a notion that it was some
thing valuable, and much to be
prulerreil to a stone, which he
would sometimes pick op in
his gamboling, and fling out of
hU mouth again very careless
ly. Of an egg he always took
great care, lie knew where
me liens nesu were, and as
some of them were easily ac
cessible to him, he occasional
ly visited them, and then
might be seen walking slowly
and proudly, with head alolt,
and an egg in his mouth. The
servants toon learned to know
from his demeanor when he
bad an eng. If called upon by
them, he was not always will
ing to give it up at once, but
drew back, facing them, wag
ging his tail, aud looking all
lun and delight However, il
they let him alone, he was sat
isfied with taking a short prom
enade, and then came In aud
deposited the egg upon the
kitchen floor. He was evident
ly quite aware of the danger
of breaking it, laid it down on
the tone floor with great cau
tion, and then seemed to take
no iurtber interest iu it, but
was quite willing that anyone
should take it away.
Most of the facts and anec
dotes related of dogs imply in
telligence, aud some degree of
the power of thinking or rea
soning. Every ona who has
observed the lower animals
with any degree of attention,
must have perceived a great
difference in respect ol intelli
gence between one individual
and another of the same kind
as well as in temper and gen
eral character. This is partic
ularly tho case with dogs. Mr.
D irwin is certainly right in as
cribing also to them and to oth
ers of the lower animals va
rious modes of expressing their
emotions. We can not, howev
er, Irom our own observation,
confirm his statement that ''a
pleasureable and excited state
ot mind is exhibited by some
dogs by grinning." The near
est approach to it we have ev
er been was in the Newfound
land dog jusi 2 mentioned, and
it was chiefly notable when an
open snull-box was presented
to him. There were then cer
tainly "the slight eversion ol
the lips, the grin and the snilT,''
which Sir Charles Bell remark
ed long ago; but although the
dog was in a playful mood, it
was difficult to make sure that
ihey were to be ascribed to a
sense of arausement,or partook
at all of the nature of laughtei;
it was more easy, we think, to
ascribe them to an apprehen
sion ol the possible pungent e
ltct of (he snuff. With all our
high opinion ot dog?, we can
not just say they are en til led
to be called laughing animals!
Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic or Fever
Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic or Fever and Ague Tonic.
Cure? every case of chills and
fever. Make sure of a good
thing when it is in your reach.
Neglect it, and you and your
family will suffer.
Wherever Malaria scatters its
poieon in the air we breathe,
there will be chills and levers and
all their ghastly attendants.
In such localities, Wilhofi'e
Tonic is potent and never failing
in the cure and prevention of
It is prophylactic or prevent
ive as well as curative, and is the
real, long sought antidote to ma
It is innocent, speedy and de
cisive in its action, and leaves no
bad effects from its use.
It is a joyful blessing in every
Farmeks sh juld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which (ieorge W. Brunton, Mc
Arthur, is the agent in this and
Jackson county. It is the best
and cheapest gate ever designed
for 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.
Kimono's, Photographer, Chillretithe
grres careful attention to making cop
ied ol other pic. urea Pictures may be
iimde it lurife as life from the anient
locket picture, and made in every way
aatitftactory by earelul nd judioioua
coloring;. Pbntogruplis from nature or
from otuer pictaresj colored in the beet
in oilV - colore, crayon, pas-
tel or iuk, at TOtCt tO luit ill citOOlU
J. 0. McCOMMON,
Opposite the Eiumitt Houio,
shreclacngatittt'a Old stand,
MUPACTDBliB ADO IIALKB IS
Kino Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign Watches
I). . W. '
Belli Thomas Clucks,
O ld Setls
Bracsl a '
Plus and 8tu.ll
Cuff But tons
H.tBIE & TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LfNE OF GOODS 8U1TAULE FOR
BEIDAL & BIETHDAY PRESENTS
(.nods made lo onlerand repairing done bv
careful workmen. No extra charge for en
gravirg voods bought at Una establishment.
x jan isu ly
Manufacturer of .
Oflatest, most fashionable and eleg,,nl styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
1 make it a noint to do all mi work of the
best material, nud stand second to none in
l null ly of finish or durability. I employ no
inferior workmen, there are no nppirutii'e
oov nnoui my e.iannsnnieni, ami I can not
fail to please any person aho wants the best
turnout made in the country. I refer with
pride to n.y customers throughout foutmrii
Ohio aa lo the clmracier of voik coming
Irom my fnetorv, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perlect sntislictum.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing! Kf painting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
1 have constantly a stock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left with me for sale, repaired and almost as
good aa new, some of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
TAIM1S roil A LE.
r' HE fsjm on which I now reside In Jnck
1 son township, I'ike Co., i , cur Nhnron
ville, niui eoiiiiiiiiiiig nearly six luindieil acres
Also my fnrin in Liberty lownship, (li s Co ,
ii., nnd continuing about !! ucre.9. 1 will sell
BOTH Finns) AT A BAROAIX.
For lurlher information cnll on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike lo, O, Tin
first farm is in one of the most desirnl le itu
ntiunsintha township' The farm in Liber
ty townshii. i very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. MAsON JONES.
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
MINE A R'S HAT STORE
O. E. DTJJFEU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods,
YITOULU respectfully say to the cltlrens of
f Vinton Co that he has enlarged his stock
making one of the largist in the Bute. Uur
business has incressed every year up to the
present lime and we leM thankful to the pub
lic for past favora. and are determined to keep
a large stock ol every thing usually found in
a tirst-class Jewelry store, and will keep the
finest stock of gold and solid silver, sjso the
best Plated Hoods, aa low as any house in the
We keep all the different brand of Amen
can Watches Howard. United Htates, Elgin.
Waltham and Springfield Manufactures, both
in gold and silver cases. Also a large line ol
GOLD IMPORTED WATCBES,
From J2S lo $300.00, also silver from 112 lo
1150. We have) a veiy reliable lull Jeweled
Sliver Watch from 114 to 10.
A full line of all goods in our line, or made
to order hy experirnred workmen. Repairs
log will receive prompt attention
Please drop in and set us. Mo trouble to
now goods. 2iju
The Seat and Cheapest
Circulars Sent Free
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. lit) WEsT 41b at,
Loested al Ashland, the H ome of Henry Clsy
and old ' ransylvaira. 8ix vidlrges in opera
ti .a, with thirty professors, and IHIstuilrnia
rorr Minute, bull e fee for collegiate year,
f JO.ei' ept in Ilia Uw, meitiral and conimer
eid colleges. Hna ding Irom II to per
week, rnr entalogne, aihlress i. o. iiuw
MAN, legent, Lrxingtuu, Ky.
A fin' lot of
P1AI1T i JATICY STATT05ERY,
Also a full line of pure
j resh D rugs, 31 ed i
P a i n U,
es and Dye
eru, Soaps, Toilet Ar
ticles, Notions, Jewelry, etc.
1 large Lot ot Votlons at
very low Prices.
North Side Main St, two Do'ors
West of Market,
1 0iti 1 1872
C. J. BILLINGIIURST,
and dealer in all kinds of
IF :r,a. HVEIES,
csrefullv done, and the smallest uiuturo
enlarged to any size, and
Finished in Oil,
o; any other style that may be desired, at tin
I.aroe nnd finely finished I'hntocrnphs
cnu be iiiiuli. irom old and lulled, or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
and all work amuitod to give intislaction.
I may 1673
I have just maru
factured anl am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always onhand. Will
attend funerals w'l
hearse when desired
Corner of High and Locust Street
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seedc
Hursery Stock! PruitiFlower Platee
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
BLOOM ING TON NUB-iEEY,
ono acres; 21st year; 12 greenhouses. 4cal
ilogiie. 20 cents. Sljuiam
Business that will Pay.
:rom $4 to ll) per day, can be pursued in tour
own neighborhood: it i a rare chance lor
those out ol employraeat or having leisure
uine, girls and boys treqeeotly do as well as
men. rVbeulars free.
,. : ' WTHAM k CO.,
W . Wvirom V Boet, Hit
' Bit) your '
' "ss. I hoots and
V .,VS E Hhoesofi.W.
fi VI E WILMi. at t
JlL 2fyJ3$ Hamden. who I
VjxJ5',J'"jR anldrtilsexs ',
VI 'rszfrf&Sjrk diHirely I n J
y vy ' 'j Jm tnoe articles. ,
KNNsiA at Special at
owJrAU tenlion given 1
tlaaA far Man. Inflammation of aft
kinds, Diphtheria, WoandB, Bruises, Burns.
Bprains, Rheumatism, Bora Throat, Swelling of
the Glands, Inflammation of the Kyes, Urokea
Breast, Frost bites, CUilblaiiis, PUoa, Uoo filings,
and all bores.
Good for licnat..-Fresh Wonndi. Gulls.
Poll Evil, Sprains, Bruises, Cracked Hoc Is, Itlnj
Bone, W ind Galls, bpavius, Sweeney, Founder,
I.aineiiess, Sand Cracks, bcrutcuca, or lirvanv,
llungc, liorw) Distemper.
Thla truly wondcrfnl Liniment was
discovered by I10.MKH ANDKHSUN, A.M., lata
Professor of Chemistry and Mathematics in tlm
Clinton Liberal Institute, of Oneida County, N.T.
In experimenting for the purpose of making;
Ptnsslc Acid, hy uniting; the uidvpcndcntguseoQil
bodies of which It is composed, a residuum wag
left, which, on being applied to bruises and lu
flamed parts, by the students of the Institute, win
found to possess tho remarkable property of cool
ing down and carrying off tho indummatioit nnd
soreness at once, aud restoring tho parts to sound
ness and health iu a t uw hours without paia or
It la not a heatlna Liniment. Tint
lets hy its peculiar specific or chcinlcul quuliticg
In dissolving and scattering the soreness and in
flammation of the injured part By a free ap
plication, the red surface soon becomes cool,
moist and natural, and is restored to natural
kealtb without suppuration or destruction.
Aa a Liniment for Horaa l?leali.fnr
the curs of all the ailments named tbovo, wa
tuallcnge the world tc tlnd its equal.
Price 25 & 50 cents per bottle.
D. EAUSOM, SOU & CO., Propi's,
BUFFALO, N. X.
See notlc In local column.
romwrly wit. 'f
t VH.T.nelmfcc:d jSi.
FLUID EXTFIACT BUCHU,
la tlio only Krvwn K ricd;' fur T:l':!:t's Dfn
saio and haj curfd every c:ie i f 1isi cirs ia
wnicn it n ieen jjivcn, jrnmiii-u i r ti.e
of the Bladder and Inftdnimaiinn of i!-,i Kiimcys,
Ulceration of the Kidneys and ElniWi r, K'T)n
Hon of Urine, Disewct of thj r-rott9 (iUniX,
Slor.c in tha Bladder, Grovsl, hri-k Uiisl Ih-ivit,
inn .nucous i t jniKy uiHunrgiM, riu n r tn
ftthliul ami PeiiraisCoustirutionsof both ijcxts,
atteiiiled with the following spiptonn: Lc.
of Power, Lom of Memory, rifKculty ct Ercr.th
tug. Wrak Serves, Wakefulness, Fain in Ir.o
Bar It, Piushfrjof I lie l',ily, Eruption on thoi'ase,
Pallid f'Mintanince, Lassitude of the Pystirm, on.
I'sed by p. isvr. in the dicMnj cr cbnnre rt
Ufe; after contlacment or lubor paint, bed-irct-Ung
in ch'lrtren, etc.
In many nuYcliona prcnllar to Uilies, the Ex
tract Duchu j uncqiiiifed hy any other lennr'y
As in Chlorosis or Retention, IrreguluritT, Pain
fiiluesaiirSupprcsslcnof Ciisiniimry Kvacuatioi!,
Ulcerated or Sehirrus statu of thi Uttrr.s, Leu
corrhow or Whitis, Btcrility, and f r ail com
plaints incident to tlu sex. It Id rrotcrihtd
sxtensively by tho mo. t einiuont Pin -icinua and
Midwives for enfeebled ni:d dclicau coustltu
lions of both sexes and ull ages. -
KEARNEY'S KXTH ACT BtTC3a"Xr,
i"vr Dinnstt Aii'inq from Intyrudentti,
U.bitt of DiAtintitton. Etc., In all their vtages. ut
little expense, littlo or no change iu dint, no in
convenience, and no exposure. It causes a fr
huent desire, and gives strength, to urinate,
thereby removing Ofistntctiona, Preventing and
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Allaying Paiu
tnd Inflammation, fo frequent iu this class of dis
eases, and expelling all poisonous matter,
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT Bl'Cnr,
(1.00 per hottlo or six bottles for t5.00, delivered
to any address, secure from obscrvatiou. Sold hy
druggists ni crvwhi rc. Prepared by
KEAflNEY A CO., 104 buane St., X T.
lo whom all letters t' ''.formation should he
addressed. AVOID QUACKS lAO IMPOSTER8.
Bo Chargs for Advice, and Ooaiultntica.
fir. J. B llijott, Grntlnnto of . j?Wr M-di'nl
Colktt, Philadelphia, antliur of scrrral vnlimlila
works, can hu consulted on all discuses of ilia
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (wliiih h j hos mcdw
an especial study), cither hi nialo or female, no
matter from what cause ork.'iuting, cr of hoy
long stnnding. A pructico of 80 years ennhles
Win to treat diseases with success. Cure cuar
auteed. L'hargca rcaaonal.lc. Tlioso at a dis
tance can forward letter ilcscriblng symptom,
and enclosing stamp lo prcpuv posture. A
Send for tile ti,ii,le to lli-nih. Price 10 ceiuT
- J. B. UVOTT, M. 1)., I'hysii lau nnd Surgeon,
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Galipolis. McArthur
& Columbus Railroad Co.
ALL parties having subscribed lothe cnp
ital stock ol the J.. McA. t C. R. R. are
hereby requiied to make payment to the Sec
retary of the Company, al his office on the:
Public Square, in Uallinolia, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to Daniel Will, President of tho
Vinton County Bank, at McArtliur, Ohio, of
an installment ol five dollars on each share;
so subscribed, within ten days of this date.
August 10, 1871.
J . 6. McA .ICR, K. Co.
dec 9 1ST1.
S. T.BOCCYS ,
Jackson, C. H., Olio.
Can al a times be found at his office.
T F, . T H FX 'I KA( 'T'lTK
Absolutely (riihoiit pain, and with perfect
safetv, by ihenseof