THE VINTON RECORD.
tlUnS IMV. FIB. 5. 18T-
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
Oe V4 after SuB-ay.Fov. t. 1BTJ, tram
Will ma aa IoIIovb: Nor , 4. Bad
raa atli: ail elbar Iniu daily, Sundaye ez-eafto-.
o.L he 1. Ho. I.
Mnu. Mail. Ob. Ex. Bt.h.Bx
tiMMiU... aa 10 JOara t "pm
Ur.lo-rs-a.il OWB lUpn J'm
ftuui Fr li 06pm I -ipra I 3lm
ft Si a If tlpaa I lipm X rn
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I Mi in
Park meal mm I loara
Hom rfn.,ir ran
la I..KI... 10 Mara
f hi mIQ Mm
IMhui II Man
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Prraa F-f ... U Una
Cioll . topm
, 8 AN 4 will atop at 0. 8. Junction
!.... araaallaltl. Chi licoth. rl.mden,
iikaai. ud Boon's LBdiBonly. N0M. S
AN ,U Mop at 0. . JuaetHM, Madison
wilL l.av.kuMt.fiTamtold.CrililreothB, Hum
I AM t W'H all op'
TV laloaki Fraichl going vast leave
CaiUkraia.il ma. m-l Kav.vwa is; men
Wad raraae. I 6a; Hamden, arrive ( M
I 44; McArthar, t I; Vinton, 10 A3;
aJukl It $. Uoina wt laleaai, S 60 p m ;
iaut t in, NeArtroir t So; Hamdeu, arrive
a depart ivi mcniaaa rurn.ee, i iv
Aaninlla. 4k Ctiillkolha, M.
tax flST STOCK, wiita regular passenger
ar Mk-ch.d, lasvaa Aineas at iio r. n . cnn.
M.f with lh. a. V. R. R., Hop. . .i. Zi
1 ki 4, Tiaua 4 . McArlhur4 M, Ham-
tea t II, Richland 60, Chillieotha 7 60.
Traraa the mmTdlrlOUTH BKANCH
iU.aaa Baadaa at T it a.m. and 3 41 P.m.
arriviag -4 Portamoulh at 10 Ma m. and e 46p.
a. ' Bataraia.traina till Imt PorUmoulli at
Ma. m, and t 00 p. m , airlf mgal Unn
da al II W a. m. and 06 p. m.
Tra-a an art al Loveland for alt poinli on
lb LdtUa Miami Railroad, aadatlha lndianap
aiil aad Giaoinnati Railroad Juocti n for all
aiaa Waal; al Athena, with the Columbus
g. T. aV R at Parkersburg, with the B. t
' OJL. W.W. PB)B01Y.
- General 8uprlntndent.
VIltESYILLE AHD HAMDEN
TWILL rwa a bvk from Wilkeilla to
AHnmdaaanaraiura eferjr bh.hj,
dar. Krida" aad Haturd.J fcr lha accommo
aattoa r paeaenKera. maaina
itk ,4. a m.ii iMiiii ob lha M. 4 0. K. K
I will aleo earrr axpreaa packagrm .hippU
99 n '
la point, oj
4pl HlBAM VOWELL.
Kome people are easily satis
fied. A Kentucky lady recent
ly had ber arm amputated by
two sureeons "la a manner
ereditable to the profession
and satisfactory to the patient."
Tai Los AngeleR, Cat., Ex
press says J. Welch of that
county has a beet hich weighs
230 pounds, and Layman, a
neighbor, has two which weighs
201 and 213 respectively.
Thi Springfield Republic
ays: "It may startle some
people to learn that there is
not a. sjnjle man in Ohio who
is legally married! We sub
Bit the matter to our new Leg
i&Jature." It would, undoubt
edly startle most single men to
know that they were legally
Tdexe is a valley in Montana
5,000 feet above sea-level
where snow never falls. In
dians, trappers and old settlers
say snow was never yet seen on
the ground in "Valley Eden."
While snow falls to the depth
of seven inches on the sur
rounding mountains and val
leys, never an inch falls on this
Befosb the war, the Ameri
can flag flew from the Ken
tneky State House during the
sessions of the legislature. The
rebellion made the custom an
fashionable and was discontin
ued. A tew days ago, a resolu
tion was offered providing for
the display of the flag as of old,
bat the legislature, Democrat
le of coarse, voted the resolu
If few light Brahma pullets
re kept in a warm roomy
eleaa coop, and are fed on corn
meal wetted with warm water,
with a change to boiled pota
toes fed warm, some chopped
Cabbage, acraps ot meat, bread,
etc with plenty of pare water
to drink and occasionally some
powdered oyster shells and
crushed peppr given in their
feed, they will lay continaally
through the wicter. Half a
dosea fowls thus cared for will
provide a family of moderate
fit with sufficient eggs.
tast now when persons are
easting about for something
to'read for the coming year,
wt with to remind them that
the Olio State Jo urn al, Co! u m
boa, it the foremost paper ol
the State for State news, and
ia altogether a rel-bot, reada
tl, aad. reliable Republican
aper.. We will send the Kec-
mmX Cll. IIM-..1 .,
- taaaaa aua 74Bhv vvietua uun jrcaa
C. F. OUFKU,
Diamond!. Watches and Fancy Goods.
WOVLV reipwtftillT mj to lha rllUfn. of
ViutonCo thai he hi.-nlri.'ed hi. "lock
makini on of the lrt In iho Male. Our
liu.mriui haa inrraed evrry year up 10 lha
pra-eol lime and aa leel lli mkful lo the pub.
lie forp.nl faor.and ar dlrniin.l lo krp
a lr nock ol t Ihiog uuhI' found in
a flmt-clava Jrsrlrf Clore, and will krep lh
flur.l rloi'k of iiold and ahJ ailver, lo lha
bv.t Plated Good, a. low ax anjr houaein l lie
Wei-t . .
W keep all tha diffrrenl brand, of Amen
MB Wihe. How.nl. lnitd Ktatea, tnn.
Walth.m and Sprinnhfld MnnufHrture., both
ia gold aad silver cn.en. Alio a large line ol
GOLD IMPORTED WATCHES,
Proml?3lo $100.00, ato llTr from SI- to
1160. W,. hara a teir rrlmble full Jeweled
Silver Watch from f lilol'JO.
A full line of all good, in our line, or made
to order by expent-nrrd workmen. Repair
ing will rwcif prompl allention
Pl drop in and are ua. NotrouMeto
how good. ' ,. inl
1 i i ii B-aaa-aa-a-a i
Dr. J. Walker's California
Ylncgar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chietly tfova
tbo native herbs found on the lower
raugea of tho Sierra Novada moun
tains of California, tbo medicinal
properties of wbich aro extracted
tberefrora without tbo uso of Alcohol.
Tbo question is almost daily asked,
" What ia tbo causo of tbo unpar
alleled 8UCC0S3 Of YlXEGAR BlX
teiisI" Our answer is, that they
roraovo tho causo of disease, and
tho patient recovers hid beiilth. They
are tho great blood purilicr and a
lifo-giving principle, u perfect Keno
vutor and Invigorator of the system.
Nerer before in tho history of the world
has a mcdicino been compound pos
aeasinir the rcmiukuble tiiiiuities of VlX-
boae Bitteiis in henliiig tho sick of
every diseaso man U heir to. They are
a leutle Purgativo m well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in liiuous
The properties of Dn. Walk-
Hit's Vinkoar Hittkr.s ure Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudor"- ' m-1 Ulious.
H. H. McDOXAtD 4c CO..
Dm(r(rlti 4 Gen. Ajrt., Ban Francisco, Califor
nia, ft cor. or Washington anil Lhiirllon staN.z.
Sold by all DrngglaU aad Dealer.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
THE Znleaki Compnny, with aiiewtothe
development of the local iolerenlmif u!es
ki,to secure it. permanent piOKp.nl, aiiitfta
add to it population and weiikh, are now
ortenng to actual etilei8, town lots fodfurm
land at low price., and on liberal terms.
Persona desiring to examine the property
and to buy cheap houses will l V at the
Company's offices to
j, K. THOMP-'ON, Manager.
Zaleaki, Ohio, May 18, 1871. tf
TO J. W. McKEE,
Embroidering and Fluting Machines
"It is ingenious and will meet the wants ol
every matron in the land.''
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Gnvit, Rec. Brc'y; F A. Barnard,
Pres.; Samuel l. Tilman, Corresponding
New York, November SO, 187
This simple and iugpnioi a machine ia bh
useful as tiie sewing machine, n.i'i Mfast be
coming popular with ladies, in the place ol
expensive ntedle work, its work being much
more handsome, requiring murh less time
and not one-tenth part ti.e expense. No la
dj's toilet is complete without it A machine
with illuxtrated circular and lull instructions
sent on receipt of 52 or finished iu silver plate
for 12 75.
Address, The SIcKre Mnnnfiictnrliig Co.,
3ou Urouuway. New lurk.
Dr. Garvin's Elixir of Tar.
Is recommended by medioal practitioners
and 'a speed cure guaranteed for colds,
coughs, catarrh, asthma, bronchitis, spitting
oiood, consumption, and an pulmonary com
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the urinal organs perfectly hsrtnless free
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Darts from the Devil;or OupidAbnsed
A bonk just issued, exposing the ' personals'
that have appeared in the New York News
papers: their history and lesson. Stylish Til .
liana fully exposed. Adveitiaement from
desperate men to beautiful women; clandes
tine meetings; how irustrated; toe history of
the Goodrich tragedv, I he remit ol ."person
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Exposes social corruption. Sunt on receipt
of 40 cents. Address I'otque Printing House.
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The Beckwtth .20 Family ew1n Ma
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retain ni lure absolutely in ease and com.
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circumstances, without any exception what
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oft during the short time requisite to eflect a
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tree. Any druggist or physician will order,
this new truss far you without extra harge.
BUT ONLTTHE GENUINE
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All Sewing Machines, .
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I QTOCK and Or Susies aa good ss new, I
I Ossie at very low price. . Call on
Pikb's i'ek is seen quite dia
tiartly from Las Animas, a dis
tance of 150 miles.
Tho vintage of the Austra
tian vineyards is estimated at
600,000 gallons; tbat of Cali
fornia lor 1872 was 4,000,000
WiiKn Boss Tweed took his
seat in the Senate id 1668, he
weighed SO. pounds; when
weighed at Blackwell's Island
the figure was 263.
A' Definition of aa Editor.
We have seen many defini
lions ol many names, .words
and phrases, but the following
of an editor, given . by Josh
Billings, is about the bet we
ever yet encountered: MAnEJ
itor iz a mail being whoze biz
iness iz )o navigate a nuze pa
per, lie writes editorials,
grinds out poetry, inserts detha
and weddings, sorts out tnanu
skripts,' keeps a waste basket,
blows up the 'devil,' steals mat
ter, files other peoples battles,
sells biz paper for two dollars
a year, takes white beans and
appleB ior pay when he kan
git it, raue a large family,
works. 19 hours out ov every
24, knows no Sunday, flits
damned bi everybody and once
in a while whipt bi' s'umbody,
lives poor, dies middle aged
and otten brokenhearted, and
leaves no money, is rewarded
for a life ov toil with a short
but free obituary puff in the
nuzepapers. Exchanges please
That Star Spangled Banner,
alter a dozen years of success
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band tight with swindlers,
quacks and humbugs, still
waves." Although persecuted
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T. B. Peterson k Brothers,
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of "The Outcast; and Other Po
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Edward L. Henry, Esq , of New
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touched the tenderest emotions of
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for the unfortunate victim whose
remorse and penitence find elo
quent utterance in other poems.
Perhaps there never was a poem
which met with such sadden and
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tributed to so many celebrated
authors as "Beautiful Snow." Its
highly dramatic, combined with
its practical character, ranks it
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Symptoms of Catarrh.
Obstruction of the najnlpsssa
ges, discharge falling into throat,
sometimes profuse, watery, acrid
or thick and tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody, putrid.offeDBive,
etc. In others a dryness, weak
or inflamed eyes, ringing in the
ears, deafness, ulcerations, scabs
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smell and taste, etc. Few only
of the above symptoms likely to
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To cure take Dr. Pierce's Gol
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the diseased glands and lining
membrane of the nose and its
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more I see of this odious disease,
the more positive is my beliet
that if wo would make treat
ment perfectly successful in cur
ing it, we must use constitutional
treatment to act through the
blood, as well as a soothing and
healing local application. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy, when
used warm and applied with Dr.
Pierce's Nasal Douche, effects
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properties, to which the disease
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by the use of the Goldon Medical
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So successful has the above
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the proprietor offers $500 reward
for a case he can not cure. All
the means sold by druggists. R
V. Pierce, M.D. Propiietor, Buf
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The Blast of the Trumpet.
Alter listening to a sermon
from T. Der Witt Talmage, The
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"Surely the great trumpet wbb
blown that night with no uncer
tain sound: and if any one who
listened to its blast never heard
Christ's Gospel before, they heard
it then, with fullness, and sweet
ness and power. The secret of
the Tabernacle preacher's success
evidently lies in his natural enj
dowments, his hold and faithful
gospel, and still more in his
blood-earnestnees." The ser
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The Christian at Work, of which
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may be seen at this office.
Expkbiencb will teach any man tbat
it is advantageous to patronize those
who advertise in newspapers-
- We will send the Record and the
Cincinnati Gaxette to subscribers one
year for $3.25.
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicotbe
gives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pioturea. Pictures may be
made aa large as life from the tiniest
It-cket picture, and made in ever- way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colced in the best
styles in oil, water colors, s.yon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all circum
Farmers shjuld not fail to ex
amine the patent farm gate for
which (Jeorge W. Brunton, Mo
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 ;be old fashioned gate,
and is more durable, for it can
not sag. Examine it when you
are ia McArthar.
, If You
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to si'll a piHiio,
, Want to sell a can Inge,
' Want to buy orsell a farm.
Want a boartllrig place.
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or tlnigs. ,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to Mud customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will Keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertfso or. "bust,"
Every merchant, vianufacturer
or buines nan who hat become
prominently rich, hat made his
fortune by judicious adoertising
JSo exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if il was
good for him in adversity, he
auld make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
Stime merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person rends
advertisements; yet every meruhnnt in
this county will rend this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
hy its, suggestion, if he has anything to
offer wurth advertising How much
more then will those ruad them who
are not so largely supplied w th reml
ing matter, ilro at leisure in tho even
ing, and mustdepond on their paper for
their local news, the most important
item of which is where they can find
just what they want when they come to
town to make their purchases. If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty nnd out of
style that it is worthless, or if it if run
down so that yon have nothing lull that
people would wnt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. Hut if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, nnd such ns the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the
world that you have them, and want
to sell thorn at a fuir price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day does duty beyond that dity,
and 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 tli9 minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
Ip yeu lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush, to your local pa
per, knowing that evpry one will rem1,
the advertisement I'ut you will plod
along in business year nfter year, with
out calculating how much you are los
ing by nut advertising it Reporter
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not real by tho public, wish to be
oonvinced of their error, just let them
uivo publicity to somo matter they
would notosre to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser' t
Advkrtisino is apt to give ns that
gentle jug ol 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
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say chut adver
tising will not yet civili.e the world!
Why do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To sec if there is
anything new, or anything that the;
want. To see if the season's style
have come in, and to find nut 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 satisfy curiosty. Hecuuee they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, doaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it. Ohio State Journal
Tbb power or priut is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
sentence has a wonderful adv.atace
over one that is written cr 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 the. 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 influernce. Ilusi
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what mav be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. Learn to adver
tise, and then the "how, when and
where" ot it, and you will have a
knowledge worth having. - -
WKKKLV, IEMI-W.lt. . AMD, DAJLTV t.
TH K WEE"LY t-CN l too widely knowi
In ' rfiililrt, an. ltendd racommBdUBV'
tint the n axfln. which Leva already giv Il
fifty thousand .uhM-nlii r, and which will, t
w hope, give it many thousands more, ar '
blieflyas follows I , '' '
It i. a Hrrt-rat n"Wpnper. All th news of i(
th duy will he found in U. ronden.ed when .
unimportant, at full If nut h when of mameat,-
ana s'wxys pre.enied in s clear, InleUifttle.
and tnleie.ttnx manner. .
It i tirst-rxte family paper, full of ntl
tsininn snd in.truolive rending of every kind, .;
bill contsiiiinn notion that can otleBd IM; ,
most dt ls-iitv snd (crupulous tite.
II ia a liral-rate story imper. Th best talea
and romanriw o' current literature ararara- i
lolly feiecieu ana rgi'iiy prtnim in n. pB. ,
Ilia a Hr-t-rnta triciilluril paper. The
mo.t Ire-h and in.trucilv article on agri
cultural topic rei(tlarly appear id lhi
It i. an independent polities! p.per.brlong- '
ing tn no p o ly and wenrirg no culler. Il Sunt .
for principle and the elei tixi of lh bent m.B .
tnortiue It e.pei iiilly devofca its energies to
the npo-iira of Ilia great-corruption, that
now weaken and dirxce oui country, and
threxten to undermine republican iiwlUutioBS '
altogether. II has nolenr ol knave, and a.ks
no frtvura ofiheir supporter. ..r..
It report. Jia rmliion. for tlidtlncli and tbf
mnrkei. ftr'ili mrn. eirti-i1lv1h estirav1 .
nmrkel. to which it py. pari iculnr attention.
Ktnallv, it in lli cheapeet paper published.
One dollnr a year will Kcttrr II for any sub .
soiihcr. It p. not at-e.arv lo gLj upsclok.
in order to h iv l W KKLl 1'J'H
rste. Any one who arnda a single dollar will
get the paper for a )ear
f '' i . r-'ti - r
TIIE WEEKLY l'X.-.EIgh page.',
filly. I'm column-, only SI a )ear. Wo die.
ceirnl- from tin- rule.
THE' M:.111-YVI:EK,Y SL'N.'-aarri.
nil., ua the !mlv Mini. 8..COS er. A ditv
count or SO per pent, lo dune o'r 10 or over. '
Tilt: l.tll.Y M .V-A 1ik lour last ,,
neuiipiiper ol Iwn.t 'eight enlt nine. faily
circulation over 120,000. ,1 the new r; ,
8 ccnta. HiUcrii'limi pric fiOei nlaa nionlh,
or VO venr- 'i n t lube ol 10 r over,adi..
coin. I of 20 rer -ent.
Addreaa HIE M:X,'''eir York CJtj.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
Is tho only l'.n inn Ttcrvily for Iirljrlit 'a 1)1-
ea-o aid In cured every imx of limbelcs In
which it liii bel li riven, Irrilsllmi of tlioKcck
of the IWstltliT and Ii.llnmtruiloii or the Kitlr.cya,
Ulceration of tho Kidney nnd llhuliler, Helen
tlou t'f Urine. Discuses of t!i l'rusltito Gland,
Hlotieln Ihe lllatldcr. Gravel. Uriel: Dust Depo.it,
snd Jliicoii. or Milkv Dl-clmrites, nnd for Kn
fcchlcl mil iMI-ntol'oiiHtiti'.tlunsfif both Sexes,
attended with tl.o folltnvinif symptom: Loe
of l'owcr, Lims of Memory, Mllicultyof llrcnth
in jr. WVnk Nerves, Wnkcf nine., lln in tha
Hiick, Klm-liinc of tho limly, Kritptlon on tho Face,
I'ullld C'litinlcn Hire, Lassitude of the System, lc.
I icd hy persons In tho decline r rham;o of
life; nfter eoiillucmcut or lubor iiaitu.bcd-wil-tln(r
in children, etc .
In muny affections peculiar to Indies. Ihe Ex
tract Unehii is uiieunnled by any oilier icnicily--As
In Chlorosis or Ueteniion, Irregularity, l'uin
ftilnessnr Suppression of Customary Evocuutlona,
Ulcerated or Schirrtts statu of tho Uterus, Lcu
corrutea or Whites, PUrility, and for all com
plaint Incident to llu sex. It Is pre.cribcd
extensively by tho most eminent Plivsiclnn anil
Midwivcs for enfeebled nnd dcllauo coutlftu
tions of both sexes and nil ui;cs. .
IlEAItNEY'S EXTUACT BUC-flT,
fwt$ IlUtattl AM"7 froo Injmidint;
llibiit of)ifiii'itlon.i'U,a oil their rtiice. at
little expenee, little or no change in diet, bo lB'j
convenience, und no exposure. It causes afro
qitctit desire, and irlvce etrcnclh lo urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions, Prevcntaiir and;
Curing Strictures of the Urethra, Alliiynitf Pain,
and Inflammation, so frequent in thlscls.a of die
etwes, and vxpclli ng nil poisonous matter.
KEARNEY'S KXTUACT BUCHF,
$1.00 per holtlo or six bottles for IS.OO, deliver
to any address, secure from ubscrvstloii...Sold of
druggists everywhere. Prepared by .,.
KE VRNEY & fa. 1M Dunne St,, Jt T.
to whom all Icttora t' Vformatioii should ba
AVOID QUACKS tD IMPOSTCRS.
Ho Charge for Advice and CoamltatUa. ,
Dr.J.H ".oil. Griiriunle of I ffurnn M-dUnl
Coll'Qt, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works can be unlimited on all disease of lha
Bixual or Urinary Orinns, (vrliieh hn hss inado
an especial study), cither in inalu r feit.sle. no
nistter from whiit rausii oiiinntliu,', rr bow
lonj statitlin. A prurtteo of M years cnardM
him to treat t'lscases wi;h fiiccess. Cnai:uar
anti'cd. Clian'es rcnsminble. 'I'liiwe nt a iiis
taticu can forward letter 1csrriliii' syijptoma,
anil cncltedni; sump to pn nay imstaiw.
bcud for tne i(s In li- th. Price in centa.
J. B. DlO'iT. v. I)., I'liybieiaii niid Kurgcon.
10S Uusuo St., iui York.
A BOOKFORTIIE NILLIOY t
- Ijoiarry n thei-hvartlrtgieal
I 111 1 n. ft- I wyBter1ciii(lrevtlnliiaf
ltti dlaoorerlei In producing aud jtrtveaUui uQtfti9gt
kow to retervt ibt com k-ion, ke.
Tbiel in loteresilni work f tw kasdred lad sltlf .
ritfci.wtth nil me roue tDiravlnga, tud coautn val-abl
niorinatioDfor iboae wbonrc usirried,oreobt?iplsitiB.r
vlaga. Biill ilia boot tbitought lo be ket uadtrtotk
Ud hey, and Dotlald carelessly about the bouet.
It on tai os tha cipertenca and advlca eft pbralelasl
Vhost repuiatloo It world-wide, and should b1a ibt ri
vata drawer of every Biala anrl female (brouahont tha antir'
flooe. lttmbraceiavtryibing on tha ubjett af the ges
aratira ayatetn that I worth haowlog, aod bach tbat la
ot published in any other work.
Bent ia any aoe (frta af poataara) Car Pi fly Caata. .
AddrcHDr. Butts' llapcnaar,ho. Ii3 N. Mig btiitrter
fit. Louis, Ue.
ITotlce to the 4fflictei ani Uiifortimate.'
Versr. .pnlrlng t. tb. aatart... ..Mft. wh. ulvwHi. la
a.blio p.rs,or uilns .njr .u.ck remtdlc. per... Dr.
butt.' work .. m.tur wb.ty.urdUau.1., r aow splr.
abl. your eoadtil... '
Dr. Butt. .Miipk. a Se.bl. k.NI .f tweaty-Mm
riin.;l .todor.ed by Mm. . I Ibc aioit eclehr.ic. ardl
.lprorMMr.orUlllc...lrT ..d K.r.p., ..da.. mh .
lulled peTMn.lly .r hj m.lf, o. Ih.dlicM intntl.Ml Iw
kit work.. OOIM .od parlor., N.. It N. llthth mtmj -B.IWMB
Muk.taad Ghciaul, l. Laid., ..
f.-Ji -JB, law i.
Notica to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis. Mc Arthur.
& Cjumbus Balroad Co.
ALT, parties lisvinn subscribed lolhe can
ttal stock ol ihe .. McA. C. B. R.ica
hereby rrnui.ed lo make psyment lo theSee
rvtnryoflhe Company, at his nflice on tha
Public Mipiare, in Uallioolis, Ohio, or ifibarat
convenient, lo li.niil Will, President of the"
Vinton County Bank, al MoArthnr, Ohio, of
an installment ot Ave dollars on each share,
no subscribed, within ten days of this date.
. WM. "HOBER, Pee'y
J . U.McA.aC. R. R.Co.-
dee S 1671.
MnMnv,'m',,r'i'w' w,,n 8,i":i' Key
rVIUHC I Cheek "Hints. Catalogues anal
Hill patticitlnrs KKEE. 8. M. Bpiscaa,' ill
Hannover til., Boston.
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NEATLY & rUmi
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