THE VINTON RECORD.
THUIISDAY, APR, 24.1874
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
sfter Sunday, t, 1ST), train
will run follows: No. S, , I and
ran daily, II otliir train daily, Suals). ex-
001X0 I AST.
No. I. No S. No. 6.
tation. Ilml. Cm. Ex Bt.I.Ex
Gmdlnnacl.u..n 2(V.im 10 Wm 4"pm
ChillKotb. .. oSara 1 S3pm 137am
Richland Fur..U Ooptn 1 iipn 1 31am
ttam.len ............. 1J Xlpm S SApra no
McATva.....U Mpto I 4ipm t Sauna
Vinton U 60pm 1 siprn 1 U7nrn
laleski. 1 ooprs 4 04pm I liiam
Hope Furnace.... 1 Hum 4 llpm S 4aro
Parmiburg.... 4 topra 1 uipia a nm
No.l. No. 4. So. t
Stations: Mail. St. I,. Ex. tin Ex
Parkvrscurg 7 lbnra 10 30 ra 10 30pm
Hope r"urnnc.-..10 guatn I 14pm 1 U.im
IrIc.ki.. ....... .10 4-rn 1 Sapm 1 2-inn
f idhjd.......10 63am 1 Mpm 1 3'lHm
McAavnua.. 11 Wiirn 1 4lpin 1 4laiu
Hamdat ...ll lnam 1 60tm 1 &usm
Habited Fur..-11 Soam 8 OSpin 1 (Aim
Chilheoth......l 4pm a IUim OiMm
Cincinnati,.. .6 pm T uopm . t Uaru
AO. S AND 4 will slop at 0. A 8. Junction,
Lovelsnd, Greenneld, Chillicoihe, Hamden.
Athens, and Booti's Landing only. NO St. 0
AM) 6 w.ll atop at C. G. Junction, Madison
Till Lovelsnd. Greenfield, Chillicuthe, Hum
den Athenl andSootfs Landing only. NOS.
t AXD 8 will make all atops
The Zaleski Freight going east Imth
Ohllltcothe at 1 3na. m.; Ravaville T IS; Kiclt.
land Furnace, 7 66, Hamden, arrive S 36
depart 45; McArthur, IS; Vinton, 10 A3;
Eaieski 11 . Going west Zalesai, i Oil p.m ;
Vinton 1 , McAilhur 1 5; Hamden, arrive
1 yo depart a a"; Richland Furnace, 4 10;
Knysville, 4 49; Chtllieothe, 6 26.
The KA8f STOCK, wiih regular tva sengar
ear attached, leaven Alliens at.1'16 P-. M . eon
ecting with the H. V. K B , Hope 3 x2, Z-t
Iraki 4 04, Vinton 4 2ft, McArlhur4 64, Ham
den 6 l9,Rirliland S 50, ('hiiliiothc 7 60.
Traina. on the FOR TaMUUTH BRANCH
III leave Hamden at T i a.m. and 3 45 p.m.
arriving at Portsmouth at 10 20a m. and tt6p,
m, Retnrmngtrains will leave Portsmouth at
00. a. m, and nuo p. m., arriving at Bam
den at 11 00 a. m. and B OA p. m.
Trains connect at I.ovelund for all points on
the Little Mlumi Railroad, nndattha ladianap
ells and Cincinnati Railroad Jnnctl n for all
points West; at Athena, 'with the Columbus
A H. V. R. K., at Parker-burg, with -the B.
O. R. B, W. W. PEA HOliY,
i General Superintendent.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. Hack, Hack ! Cough, Cough!
Cough is a symptom by which
various diseased conditions of the
throat, bronchial tubes and lungs
manifest themselves. Cut wheth
er it arises from irritation pro
duced in the throat and larynx
by taking cold, from an attack of
Bronchitis", from incipient Con
sumption, or from various other
causes, nothing will allay it
more speedily nor cure it more
permanently than Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It
does not matter whether it be a
recent attack, or a lingering
cough, the Discovery is in either
case equally well adapted for its
relief and permanent cure. In
fact, it will cure a cough in one
half the time neccessary to cure
it with any other medicince, and
it does it, not by drying it up,
but by removing the cause, sub
duing the irritation, and healing
the affected . parts. No time
should be lost in commencing the
use of a proper medicine for the
relief of a cough, for unless this
course is pursued, serious arid
dangerous disease of the lungs
is liable to result.
Doctors soon learn its value.
Buffalo, N. Y., fee, 13, 1870,
Dr. Pierck For the past six
months I have used your Golden
Medical Discovery in my prac
tice, and in that time I have test
ed its merits in severe coughs,
both acuta ' and chronio in
chronio disease of the throat,
severe cases of bronchitis, gen
eral derangement of the system,
constipated condition of the
bowels, and wherever a thorough
alterative has been indicated. In
all cases I - have found it to act
gently yet thoroughly and effect
ually in removing the various
diseased conditions, and bring
ing about a healthy action
throughout the system.
H. L. HALL. M. D.
It was a .North Carolina land"
lord who po8t?d the notice in
his dining-room that member)
of the Legislature would bp
the first seated, and afterward
A BURGLAR Who W48 found
under a man's bed in Philadelphia-excused
himself on the
ground that he was looking for
Tax New York newsboys have
opened their theater again and
the policemen have'had to re
treat. Intellect always tri
umphs. Jakes says the ladies don,t
seem to give a thought to us
follows who keep away Irom
A nsacxAB instance of scep
ticism is recorded in the case
f the man who said the Bible
tras "too good to be trnev '
Get. 8herhan never had a
coot stove named alter him
gntii thla year.
"HAa any body Been the man
tht wrote RayaoVa letter for
lir. J. Walker's Calixornia
Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the native hedm found on the lower
rangc3 of the Siorra Nevada moun
tains" of California, tho medicinal
properties of which are extracted
tberofrorn without ho use of Alcohol.
Tho question 13 aluiost dally asked,
" What la tho cause of tho unpar
allelod.'succcsa of VrsESiK Jiii
tersI"" Our answer is, that they
romovo tho causo of disease, nud
tho patiout recover his health. The
are tho great blood puritiur and a
life-giving prutciplo, a perfect Kouo
vator and lavignrator of tho system.
Never Wore in the history of the world
has a moUicine been ctuaiioDoded pos
sessing tho remarkublo qualities of Vin
egar B'TTEits iu healing -the "sick of
every disease rftnn U hoir to.- They are
a gentle Purgative as veil as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
too Liver and Visceral Oriaiu Bilious
Tho nronprtles of Dr. "Valk-
be's VttfKQAR Hitthrs afti Aperient, plft
phoretto, Carminative, iiiuntioua, Laior
tive, DiiiretUvSodativo, Counter-irritant,
Surtnrifip. A'H-''e. and Anti-BillmiV
Oratefnl Thonshnds proclaim
Vinegar Bitters the most wonder-
ful InviRorant that eVer sustaiuoC
the sinking system; '
No Person can tako theso Bit
ters according to directions, and ro
main long unwell,, provided their
bones are not Jjstroyed by mineral
poison or otner mans, and vital or
gang wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially those of tho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Keu, Colo
rado, Brazos, Rio Grando, Tearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many othors,
with their vast 'tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
summer ana Autumn, nnu remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat ard dryucss, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon theso vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There is no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vixeoar
liiTTBBS, as they -will speedily remove
the dork-colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels are loaded, at the same- time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all iu fluids with.
Vixkoaii Bitter No epidemic- can
tako bold of a system thus lore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Turn in the Shoulders. Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, DizzitiesR, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bod Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the lloart, Inflammation ot the
Lungs, Pain in the region of tbo Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a length v advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous lulliiuimations,
Indolent Inflammations, Morcnrial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, eto. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Vik
Koar Bitters have puown their great cur
ative powers iu the most obstinate aud
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fever. DUcasos
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints arid Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walkek'i
VlNHQAa Bitters occasionally.--
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions",
Tetter, Salt-Uheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pnstule. Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipo
los. Itch, Scurfs, Discolonttions of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dng np and carried out of the system in a
short tiuis by tho use of these Bitters.
Fin, Tape, and other Worms,
larking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. Ho system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, or the torn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display so decided an influence
that Improvement is soon perceptible, '
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
rhenever yon find Its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Emotions,
or Sores ; clesnae it when yon rind it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleause
it when it is foul; your feeling will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the system will follow.
R. II. NrDON XUO CO.,
SraggUts A Gen. A fta, San Franotsco. Califor
ia, U oor. of Washinirton and Charlton tits., N.T.
Hold t)T U Druggists and Dealer.
Ca F. OUFKU,
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods.
V1TOULD repectftilly asy to the cltlsene of
TV Vinton Co that be hssenlsrged his stock
making one of the hug. el in theHtate. unr
business has increased every yesr unto t ie
fireseot lime and we le-l thankful lo '.bepnh
ic for paat favors, sod are determined to keep
a large stock ot every thing usual1 found in
a Bntt-Ciasa Jewelry store, and will keep the
Anew stock of gold and solid ailvcr, also the
best Plated Uoode, aa low as aoy hoose in tbe
We keep all tha different brands of Ameri
can W alette Howard, I' oiled Htnls, Klgin.
Waliham and Springfield Msnulnptures, both
in gold and silver caes. Also Urge line of
GULL) lUrolllED WMUIKS,
From f 24 to $310 00, also silver from lit'' to
flto. W. lis fe a viy reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from SlStoliO.
A full line of all goods id our line, or mtde
til Arrf.r ht .ln.ri.iUMl iiArkni.i D .
met will receive prompt attention
Plea drop u and tee as, ie tronhie to
Feople wlio take the Tfue
get ibe Worm of tlitlr. i
The OUrOIKITaTI WEEKT TIKES
Tha moot popular family nnaper, "t a
national rhaiaetrr and reputation, la about
eaterma the thirty first year of us ublio.
linn. - In inor rno srn uol pernnnaiij an
aiiaintmi with its mtrits.it neJ only bs said:
u rdilnriala are pin?d; Its corrcapondrne
xtrnaiT; its nfw varipd. and Irnm rtfrT
qiiarurtirtnittl;'H acrimllural dtnaii
inrnt full of prartica) inforrslion; . hiU i
stnnaa.'lifs kkM-hea. an I B lacellaay.aaa
adapted to both vaunt and old; and ila re-
porta or III markets, ol sioua.Krain.Rro
cerisa and dry oodar always Ibe latest
and moat reliable.
E PATRONS OF HCSflANriRTi
This new oreanliallna of the fcrmers will
And I the Times a; friend to the onjwta
sought io be seeured py them, and in its col
umns tha more impuruuil doipgs or (lie
Oratiites, ' 'J v ' ' i i
' WHAT IS 8MD OF TBB TIMES, ,
We can't do withuut the Timea alter having
read it eight yeara. bend it to 113 ApL-U-
ton ilreel Lov ell. Mase L, A. Folsom. .
We bale doubled our list of laH year. Can I
do wiiltout the Times all!'.iih 1 am an old
Democrat. 8. C Hiiaa. treuftsnma. i.
nVnol know of any utiper' H.ftt is uetotsd
to all (lie inlerpnti of the human family, h
iniieh aa the .Tim as. U, T. 'l aaksus, band
Cut, P, ...
t ne Times is yery popular nere, ror one
re irnm. and that is your ontxpoaen course
agtiinxt iha Kalary sUalers. W, A. W Hit,,
OHfion,'l'enn. , ...
I have been a SorWant ff-fider of the Week
ly Timea for Uiree yaara, and 1 i-an't do well
witnout it now. w. r- oiaiwill, uay springs.
Mm. : ' . , i ,t . l i
Pear Old Times: TOia makes about twenty
years tlml I hav taken your excellent paper,
and the) more 1 rend it the. helmet Ilka it.
Lavi BiXMtoT, Metropo'miJity.-lll.' -
I think II i the he-t paper in the world; I
like the way yun ttilk in regnrd to the Con
iiresiouil liaiida; and I also like ynur sup
port of the-Palrona of. Industry J. 0. Lvon
Valley Junotlon, Iowa. -
nation of the Weekly Times is pre
1L!.USTRATEU TIMfe HATfD-BOofe;
An elegantly printed volume eri60 scientific
and mixceii uieous sn'iea, illustiate,! wi(n
nearly lofl of the-fiaesl etgravingai It alsif
uontnins a diary for the year 174. In mine
and altrnctiveneKa it is superior o any pre
I ever Deloro olli red by newhpnper publibh
iverv ' oliffi' agent' Is 'com penxntod fbr'his
nervices, sillier with an extra paper, or some
ThK Mfii Hinalevuhaenber, per year, U on;
el lib of live subscribers, per ywr. null, .1 7n;
clun nt ten anil up km, per year, eaeli, I mi,
tiend far ilst of premiums, eta , to - -CUN01ANATJ
, Cinemoa I, Ohio.
A -GOOD. HOOK
Dick's Encyci.opkiu of PbacticalUb
osiers a nii PaoonaiH. Containing M'22 prae.
titnl reucipt, written in a plain and pnpulur
mai ner, aud illiiKtrnted Willi exnlaniitnry
wood-flits. Being a eomprehenaive hookuf
r lerenee lur the merehani, innnufuclurer, r
ti'an, amateur and .tinuaekeeper, including
medicine, pnxrniaey anil domestic economy
Til scope of this work is entirely different
from any other book oi the kind. Heidnea
heiiiKii complete and alnnat indirpensible
bok of reference for the thousand and one
receipt and articles needed in every house
hold , farm, garden, etc.; it includes dear and
eiiHily undaritooil directions for the apphca
lion of many ofihc art' umiully acquired nnly
Ity long experience, and to ilivexied of tet-h.
nichiililles, nriKe teehnlcHliliea ol terms uwd
so tn II v exiilniiied aa to bring the entire uh-
Ject within the eninprehenion ofnny person
nronnnary intelligence, i romnnent among
the iminenxe mi of auhieuts treated of in
the book are the pillowing:
The Art nl Dyeing, Hard Bolt and Toilet
Soaps, Tunning, lunillHlinn, Imitation l.iq
Hura, Winea, Oordials and Hitlers Older,
Hrewing, Herufmerv.Flavurina Ei-aencex, etc.,
I o-meiicB, Hair liyes and Washes, Pomadt.
nud Perfumed ilil, Tooth Powders, etc., By.
nipe, Alcohol and Alcoliolinetry, Pelioleiim
and Hernnene. Wenching and Cleaning, Vin
eiir, Sauces, Cnliips and Pickets, Keceipls
lor the fiiirden. To hemnve Mums, Spuln, etc.,
Pvrnlechny and Exileiiven, Cements, etc,
Wiiterpruotiiig. Arlincml, fiema, Inks and
Writing Flni'iH, Aulhna Colors, Paints and
Piginento, I suiting and Paper-hnnging, Ka
omine and Whitewash, Varnishing iiud Pol
ish ni, Liibrica-ors, Jnpsnninjr and Lacquer
ira.rloot and Hitrness H'li'kliig. Photnginphv,
Melnls nnd Alloys, (gilding, iSilvering, eto.,
Klei'lrotypiiig, Kleeti'iipluting, etc., Patent
Medieinea, Aledieul Keepipt-, Weighta and
Measures. U7 pages, royal octavo, c!fh.
Price fi.nn , i.mar
DICK FnZOERAIji'.Publnphers, N. Y.
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
AND THi! CIIKOMU
Having control of the magnificent oil ehrn
mo, Yn Semita, we are able to otlora comhin
tioi. of literary nnd ariistm wnr nl genuine
wnrih, and at prices unprecedented
This flue copy of a piece of Nature's grand
est work, is not presented in the usual lim
ited alyle, itr dimensions, Mx2U, making a
picture ol vciy desirable sue in it-elf.
AX OHNAMEVr TO THE BOOM
grsced by it- presence.
Ilin a lew copies of tl. is beautiful hromo
will Se allowed to go to the retail stores, and
those will be sol I 'it their '
Actunt Retail Price, tC.OO,
which if orile-ni in connexion with our Msg
iixine, both will be fttrn'shed for
As a premium the picture umy be obtained
by sending us two suW-riplirlns for the Magt
me at one duilai each, or by subsvrbing lo
the Mugasine two earsin advance, at one
dollar per annum. Address, -
wuot '3 uui'HtHoLii magazine.
o, r,. oai j en, ruuusner. ssept
The Most Desirable Ses-
iTeiwrl denes in MoArthnr.
OFFER for tale my residence on North
Im.i. tt rnnMlafa f . . i n .. . I . . i 1 1 .
house, well ttmshed, insula nnu out. with
eight rooms and a good cellar. A good office
building, stable, wood and coal houae and oth
er neee-sary out-biiildinKs. 'I he premises
contain 'iY acres. Including I acre of vineiard,
all thrifty Hearing viuet-there are also, thirty
hearing apple treea best vari.'ly of grafted
irmt, twenty-five bearing peach trees best
bud led fruit, cherries, quinces, plums, and a
vitnety of small Irmt horfurther particulars
inquire at the olhce of this psper, or ) ibe
premises. Teruis easy.
dec3uuin'' .: t. 8. 8. D0LXI60B.
TRUNKS, BAGS VALISES
. . 110 THIRD ST.,. -;
CI N OINNATLO
Odd Fel.uws' Slock,
COLUMBUS, ' OHIO.
. Publisher of ' :
Standard Religious "Worka,
Canvassing Agents wanted in every eeun
in tbe Unite Stales. . , a jant
St'ALLS I i It SALE
S- FA I PBAN K 'H
TOCE and Ore Scales as .good aa new, for
sale at very low price. Call on
novll H.C.JONES attorney.
Done Neatly and .Promptly,
AT 7B18 UK
1. VI V.i.
Paint and Second Street,
WOULD respectiullv invite be attention
of buyers to bis stock of . , ;
Oflered at wholefslf prices as .low as any
lo any otner marsei.
Have on Sale lull lines of
Brown & Uleached Muslins,
i i . i it t
Ca11coca,Ctificfc9, Sts lps,
CJnEtiimi, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
WOOlEK GOUDS .OP ALL .?IHDS.
White and Gray Blankets
ttt . 1 " ' H )
His fccilllies for business are unequalled,
cabling him 16 srler IndOoerasnls.iWil the
trade equal lo any ot ber house. ISsep
Ul . -h Mil III '".
Manufacturer of i; ' ;; '
BijG6lES; ' CARRIAGES-
li ..: vAND f .! . '
Oria'test, most hsliionable and elegant styles,
i:-.r ' :.i i
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CI1ILLICOTHE, . 0.
I make it a point to do all my work of fhs
best material, and stand second te none iu
quality or finish or durbilily. I eMiploy no
inferior workmen, there are .no appienlice
hoya about my e'tnblishment, and I can not-'
(nil to please any person who wants the best
turnout made in Ihe country. I refe with
pride lo my customers throughout Pouluern
Ohio as to the character or -woik coming
from my fnetnrv, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perteot satishiciion. . '
All kinds of Turnout 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,
led with me for sale, repaired and almost as
good as new, seme of them
' American Institute, -TO
J. W. McKEE,
Ft IB i .
Embroidering and Fluting Machines.
"I: is ingenious and will meet the wants of
every matron in the land.'1
' ' Exhibition of 18T2. . - - -John
B. Gnvit, Rec. Hec'y; -.F Ik. Famard,
Prea; 'Samuel ll.'Tilmuii, Corresponding
New Vnrk, November 20, IP72
TKia simple and lngTmo't s rfiachthe"lw n
useful as the sewing, niHchineand ifnei be
coming pi. pulnr with ladles, in the place nt
expen-ive ntedle work, ita work being much
more hanilsmue, requiring much leva time
ami nut nne-tenth part li.e expense. No In
d v's toilet is i-nmplele without it A machine
w ith Mi, Mrated circular and Inll instruetiorie
sent on receipt oft'2 qrfinultfd iu silver plate
for 12 75. '
Address, Tbe McKee Illnnafactnring Co.,
, t- i . 3"H bmauway New lurk.
Me A TtTfTTJR
North-east corner of Muinand Jackson street
W. BKUKTON, Proprietor
.Muuies.i xpresses,- .c
4LS0, WiOOSS 4MD lit KISUI OF WOOS WOSE
done to order on abort aotice. " T
1 . . . jt!
Paintina and Trimmlnn
""''""eAwuieu in the neatest auu most
KKr-AlKlfiu'bt'ati kind, la my line will be
pro-nptty and neatl. done.
tf Work done al'this esiabllshmcot it war.
uuwm to tie substantial, put up solid and exe
cuted in the most workicauhke manner, not
o oe excelled in any respect bv any other es-
(auiiBliuiviJtlll UUfUOtUtrj., j l; ,.m.
Formerly ol Hamden.
ANNOUNCIu8 to his friends in Vinton and
adjoining counties that he has bought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Ohas, Smith
Three doors west cf Madison.'on ''
- FRONT 8T.' ':
He hat refilled it throughout, and Is prepared
to entertain tbe .leveling public at reasonable
Cbas. boDiasR. H. H. Horraasit.
LEAF ' ' TOBACCO . WAEEHOUSe!
Established 1861 67,68,61 snd HilWest Frentst
Foot of-uspension Bridge, CINCINNATI, O
Chss. Hodhas 1 1 o., Proprietors. Daily sue
lion and private sales of leaf tobacco. Busi.
neas sin -tly vommraslon. Liberal advancer
made on consignments. . -- :' -
: $72.00 EACH EEI.
Agents wanted evwrywhera. Business strict
ly legitimate. Particulari free. Address .1
W0KTH,8ll.uis.M ; Mseptly
L KAhMEKa 8bjuld oot fail tt ex
amine tbe patent farm' gate ' foi
which Oeorge W.'-Bruotoh, Me
Arthur, is the agent in this an
Jackson county! ' It' is the bes'
and chenpest. gate ever desine'
for ft1 farm,- costing fifty per cent
les.tharl the- old fdsbionefl arf ;
and f toere. djarsble,' fojr itcar.
not sag. Examine it Tthea jot
ftxt in McAxtbor.
gives careful 'attention to makjng cop-
' t . , . L. .
ie Ol V'oor ):oiuree. r iviures mnj u
made ai lanta ' as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satUCaotory by careful and jtsdiotout
'Coloring. Photograplis from nature of
from other pictures eoioed in the best
styles in oil, wator colors, .-Mon. pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all oiroum-stances.-'
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j .-'i' 7"1 ' ri -
Heating- School Uounea,
t'hurfches, Lodtje itooma,
C'bnrk Houses 'and'
1 Ills cleanly, it is economical; it is health'
till. It keepaiufi perwt circulation of ain
warming all parts oi the room alike. It took
Hie first premium over all competitor at the
Vienna Exposition. Circtila and panrphlets
, ont)iniiig eograyi ngs ani tan pai tii-u nil a mr
nished on anulication. or one ol the' stoves
may be seen in operation, at my. store. -Von
are invited to call, and see for yoi'rsolves.
, Chilllcoe, bliioi1.
Sole airent for Vinton an.l Ross counties, 'and
dealer fp all Ibe most approved CpPkiiig sod
Heating fctoves, House Furnishing tioh ls,
and man ulactuw ol jill kmc of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Coppvr Ware. : Ordira from (he
'country lor Spouting, Fooling, eto., will aj.
ways receive immediate attention.
11 i ill lUUJJJJlj
8 MAIDED L4IVE,
AND DKALErt IN
Foreign and American
Old Watch Cases and lil Gold aud Silver
3 F- CRAMER,
I iMANUF AO TUBjER AND DEALF.R IN
Id ldl'N, II a It e r a,
W hlpN, purs, Truce -
r Chains, Hr.mes, and all
j Other Ardcles of Saddlery.
illy friend ami the puolic generally are invit
ed to call mid exuiniiie my stock and pn
ces. m ik goml hone.-t work, use the
best stock, and sell nl the very lowest prices.
, and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work vVarrante'' as Eepresented,
C. J. BHUNGHURST,
, ; . ' v i . " .
. snd dealer in all kinds of
, . A L B U M S , V,
; PlCTUKE-COhl), '
carefntly ne', and'tho smallest Dlotures
enlarged to any sire, ana
Finished in Oil,
or ; '
. .!..: ....
o. any other style that may be desired, at tbe
LOWEST , RATES.
' Large and flnely flnlabed Photographs
can be made from old and faded, ,or
scratched aiotarea. ': . i. i
Pictures of all kinds framed to
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and all work fTarrauted to give satisfaction.
Imay una . . . " . . .
The Sest and Cheapest
ft ' vr t i f :
Sent' . Fre.
MANDFACTOfyiy 1J WKBT ithli.
ir rnn TTT
!,,.o" t.ilt V U- to I
. i If.You .
' , , Want a situation. ;
i ' tVnnt a servant trirl,'
;. WarittO sella plitno, i
' j ., VVniit to sell a,crta(e.
Want to'biiT orscll a furm
Want a , boartlltijT- fdace, ,
' Want to sell town property,
1 Want to sell jrroeerleaordnfjrs,
Want to sell liouseholil furniture,
(Want to sell dry jrootls or carpets
Want to fliitl custonwrs for anythlnz,
Advertising will gain new enstomerj,
Aivertllnjt avlll keep oia custoiuers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
, Advertising nmkes success ea?y,-
! Advertising befreta conlidence,
" AtJvertislno; shows cnerjry , '
Advertising Fhowsplugjc, . ,
i. Advertising Hneana'biz,'
AdVerlfse or '""bust," t
'", 'j' .Advertise1, il o n ft. ...
i.ult. Advertise, w e 1 1 ,
v A ,d v e r 1 1 s, e
Every' merchant, manufacturer
or businea man who ha become
prominently rich, has made'.hit
fortune by judicious advertising
No 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 gel his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still belter in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
verliser, and thus gained his co
Some merchants any it is not worth
while co advertise; for no person reads
advertisements; yet every meroliantin
tli is county will read this advertise
ment, and if he' is wine he will profit
by its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer worth advertising How much
more then will those rem) them who
are m5t so largely supplied w th rend
ing matter, are at leisure n the even
ing, and muscdepend on their paper for
their local news, the most important
item cf which is where they can 6n i
just what they want when they come to
town to nntkft their purchases, If youi
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it js worthless, or if it if run
down' sotliut 'ymi have nothing left that
people would w.nt, , it is nut worth
while Tor you to advertise. But if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and euch as the people wtintJ
don t hide them, but publish to the
world that ynu have (hem, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
gle day dues 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 name a per
minent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the raihds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a doe or a child.
or if you, desire people not to trust
your ife, you rush ttyour loon) pa
per, knowing that every one will rend
che advertisement .Hut you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you re los
ing by not advertising it Reporter
If those persona who profess to b
lieve that newspaper advertisement
are not real by the public wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
cive publicity to some matter ther
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the 'most obscure corner of u
country paper, and sen -what notoriety
they would soon attain. Advertiser' t
Gazette . . t...
A'dvrbtibing is'apt to give n that
gentle jog of conscience which tells' us
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a aew dress as soon as .tbe hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madama to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon . her' husband's break
fast plate. .Who will say that adver
tising will not yetoivilize (he world!
Ex. r .. ' ; ' - ''' '
Why do people read advertisee'nts?
To fee 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' styles
have come 'in, and to find ut :whifl
them. To. know if any one is selling
tiff. at reduced rates, or to watch the
chance of- ao auction, For amuseuient
To satisfy curiosty. Because they
have, read 'toll the stories,' marriages,
births, deaths, locals tni accidents ,
Because they want to.. Because 'they '.
can't help it. Ohio Stale Journal. '
Thb power of print is well knowri,
but not- well :' understood.. , A - printed
sentence baa a wonderful . advantage
over one that is written or spoken.
This it one of the many reason which
gives sb importance to advertising.. -But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do riot 1 comprehend as Well, aa they
'might the capacity to influence, to per
suade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Hpnken words require the
graces of eloeotion and the force of
eloquence, yet even ther.' fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight aqd printed. But there is somes
thing iri the silent language, the qoiet
aseertiotVafid the sense of permanence
about "printed matter which gives it a
marvelous 'force and influernce.' Bus!
ness men should never permit th'j.jt
selvea to- loose sight of what ir )e
accomplished by a perseverW r of
the printing presses-. .Learn r- r r
titf. : pd thene' 'hp jv, Ftjd
where oi it, and you w t
kaowledge iforth having.
- t 'ji i i. I : . I ;i a ii
: i ' ITT : I- i v
town Lots' and' lands
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In " Zaleskl.
D lU '!
I 1 '
1..J..1-.. I J'.' li lll
THK aleak. Company, with view loth
d e velepnsvntfof tk i foal in ssreates) f iaieM
ki,to arouse i la rrssraiorutsai
si to' its population and wealth, are now a
rarrinai to Actual Utis, kxtfl lata fcadfcrss .
lands at low ariees. sod on noeraj terras.
Persons eeelrfsf to ekamiae an property
and to buy cheap houses will apply t Iha
Comny'a oflloea to . -'M-t
, it. i n.rsir-iffii, atajwgrr. . ,
taleakl, Ohio, May It, s71 tf
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BUT OM.t TE B 0ESU1NB,
itt. . .. l . . ; , a .
. ! ' ' " : Which i adapted' to
! All Sewing' Machines,
NOTIfiR psnieulsH the star p of Hifji.i.
GtmiiRlCU, Chicago, lilt , w. ih Ave patent
stamps.- ,M. J. 4.00DHI1I,..
pntce and salearoom 205 btale at., t'hiesgo,
Ills. ' " ' -tsaugt '
If you are Sufforiag'fr'oii'-iiy
i Broken Down Constitution,,, v
- Or yeeynlra a Remedy Iouum
Fnrlfy nnd Enrich the Bloody
Voa ivlllflrlpJ rvr". Crook's riireriislljrf
iCio.etnt to fiessrs qnnttr swr ;
f, cure, yoij jnore spttedlly, and do 701a
jnoro good Ihno any and all outer lns'
lls tnonvtilned. ' That Palo, , Teaiow('
8 fkljr-lookiOrXNkln Is cliunged to, one .
af fiesliueMHiu.a licnlth. Those ilseaew 1
of the Mkln, PI m plea, Pntslatu
Illotrhes oml Rrnpwrona are removed.
FtrroraiiC. 4rrtmm nueaae l .4hsi
Kyesi, iHUHei NtrelUaga,
hores or any kind
of .llmiior rapidly
dwindleuntlUltnimonf tinner Its Influence,
UMint Is'ttr -It'ls rtdture s owtvWstorer I
A sol 11 be ox yd of Iron combined with tha
.medicinal properties of Poke Hoot divested
ot nil dlsntrreeiible qiinllllee, It will cars
any MlwiorVwlinae real or dlre t chtjw If
Knit' lllorMl. aHheniuntlatsi, l'alns la
down by Mercurial or other poisonav art'
all cured by- It. For ftypbills, or Bypbsx
lltlc tniit,tlierulanntlilngeiual 10 IU A
trial will pro It. ' bold by .11:. n
fSEOIKlE W. BIcArthnr.'Ohls.
WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND DAILY.
THE WEEKLY t-UN 18 ton. widely known '
to re, (iiire any extended renommendat en; ,
but Ihe rea-nns which bate already given it '
Afty thnussnd atihacribera, and which wili,
we hope, give it mnty thniiBands more, sro '
biieflvaa follows t
It i- a Hrtrate n-wspaper. All Ihe news of
the dny will be found in it. condensed when
unimportant, at full length when of moment. ,
and always prCenifd in t clear, Inlellmblo,
and intciesting manner.
It 1st flrst-rste family paper, lull of solar,
tainlng and instructive rending of every kind, ,
but containing nothing that can' ottend tna "
most delicate slid scrupulous taste. , ..
Ills a tirsi-raie story paper. The best talet
and romances n current literature arecars
fully selected and eg'My printed ie ila pages,
Itis a Hr-t-rate agricultural paper. Iha ,
fnostlre-h rind instruciive articles on sgrt
cultiir.l topics regularly appear in this de
It is an Independent politieal paper, belong-
Ing to no party and werirg no cellar It tights
for principle nnd the election ofthe best men 1
to r .fflce - It especially devotes Ila energies tn -the
exposure of the grewt corruptions that
now aeakeo and disgrace out country, and
threaten 10 undermine republican institutions
aitoseilterr .It bus nolenv nW knaves, and seka
uo fvnrs of their
It reports Oie 'ishiofis fur theladles a fid tho
msrkeia for the men. especial I v the catties
markets, to which it piiys particular attention.
FinHlly, it is the chn9st psper published. ,
One ifolhir tl year willVicore it fbr any. sub
sciibsg ; It is noi necessary 10 get nuacluh.
in order to have I'HE W fc-tK L 1 HUN at this
rate. Any one who sends a single dollar will
getjUie paper for a -yesr , r. -. , ,
Hi ' "; U 'V V 1
THB WEEKLY HITX.-Sight pagaa,-fifty-six
column-, nnly a jear. No dis
count from I his rate. . i
THE H EMI-WEEKLY SVX.-Sams-else
as the liaily Sun. 2 00 yesr. A dis
count o 20 pei cent, to uluiis of 10 or over. 1
THE 1A1L1' 8US. A large lourpsae.
newspsper of tweui eiht soli mns. Lhuly
ciri-u.Htins over 120,000. d the news tot
8 cents; riiiliw.-riiHinii price AO cents a month,
or a year- '1 o cfubs ol 10 or over, adit
coui t of SO per ent.
Address "THE SUN," New York City. -
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION t
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how M prv.t r? th ennitilrtioa. So.
TSUI aa loltrwllog work f tw. k.BSre. ssd ility .
Rites, with sumereai tgrravlBg, and toalalsf r.lstbls
irvrmiltna tor lSoi bosr.uu-rld,oreiiMHsli.ai.r.
riai. Silll litis kswk thstought tsbo kpt uaawlMk .
aadkir-laa aotlild ralMlr ibontlli.houMr
It unuloi Ihi .xptrteoe. ao. advk of. pfeViteMS
wboMrapoMtloo li wsrld-wtflt, .ad ibeibl sib ibi prf'
, viudriwirof i.iryaialianiiriBJorslkriurboollliiiaUiw-y
lobt. It trabriui ivirvtblig .a tktisbjrit.r tkiata-- -
riUr.ivatem Ikit tl worth koowuit,ua4 BiMhthst ts'
Sol publlihod la lov other work.
Sent u any oni (frit or oilig.) for fifty Costi.
Addrni Dr. Bulls' SUpoaurj.llw. lak.hbUlstmt
tt. LssU, a..
. Kotice to tie Affilc.el and TTafbrtiyiattt. .
s.ron iVrlyloi is th sswrlooi irim wi. sdisnlio la
l Sobllo p.ors,or lalng Is souk rcvdta Mrw.0 Dr.
Bum' work no miliar what yoir diaostrn, or sow soplor
sbio todr osndluoa. . . . s .r
Dr. tutu couple, s doaht. hwaa. '.t tw.atr4.rowi
taomi;l llndoracd by Mail of Ihi avoltnuibTiios sjodl-'
salprortiaoraoflhlicouolrr aad Europe, aadoaabocoa
oiled porooaiily or bj aill, ol Ibo dlaeiaii wiowlloood Ml
III vorki. omci aad pirlora, So. It k. (lgkUt uraaSj
Notice to the Stockholders of
the Ga lpolis, McArthur
& Coumbus Ralroad Co.
t 1,1, parties having snbsenbed to Ihe cap
iVitAI 'stoek of th a.. ftcA. A C. B. H. ay
ncrcity rt-qui.cu to maae paynieni 10 inefeo
retary 01 ini
rst his office en tha
Public Suuare, jn Uallii.olis. (this. 01 if mass.
convenient, to I'aniel Will, President of tfees
Vinton County Bank, at MeArlhnr, tihio, of
an instaHmettof ftvr dollar on each ehare
o subseribed, withia tea days or Ibis aste.
- ,J'HW.HHOBrtR. Sec'y
. . 'jji.'t r.McA.0. R. B.C.
I dec 1B71. , . ' , 1 1
Ifno". nfidlj witfi Btencir Kef
IVIUIll. I Clierk.nutflts. rstalngkes ami
s. rstalnghes sndl
8." B. Bpiackf, lit
full paitii'ulars FREE.
nannovar et, , Boston
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
it is auvanutKBOUt m patrvniie
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