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The Enquirer.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY
J. W. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
No Business Done on Saturdays.
The hog market is looking up.
The horse disease continues to
sproud throughout the cities.
The hoop-pole trude is opening
iilong tho line of the M. & C. R. Il
ls your name on our eubscrip
. tion book ? If not, send it in.
There are no flowers blooming
now.
The miners in the vicinity ol
Pomproy, 700 in number, have been
on a strike for several days.
Hoa killing time is approaching.
Tho crop is quite largo in some lo
calities. The roads through all parts of
the county were never in a better
condition than at present.
From present appearances,
winter has commenced its reign
in good earnest
Santa Claus gives notice that
Christmas comes on Wednesday
this year.
All kinds of dress goods at re
ducedprices at tho Variety Store of
T. A. Mellob. at Zaleski.
The west abiitomont of tho bridge
for the GullipoUo & McArthur R.II.
was completed lust Saturday wcok.
The place to buy choice goods
for small sums of money lias been
found. It is at Mellob' store, in
Zaloski.'
Remember the entertainment
to be given by the Young Men's
Christian Association on the 27th
inst.
Prof. . Hatiiaway's- second
handed legerdemain show exhib
ited here on last Saturday eve
Moderately good.
Tiiei assortment of Fancy
Goods at Mellor s Store, in Za
leski, is large and varied, flew
and desirable, and cheap.
The McArthur Enquirer is
conceded by the majority of the
people (Republicans included) to
. be the best' paper in the. county.
Now is the time to subscribe.
Why couldn't the town Coun
oil provide McArthur with street
lamps ? Show your spirit or im
provemeat and progress, gentle
men!
No young man who expect to
lead a lonj; mid liuppy life, alioult:
think of going to housekeeping
without subscribing for tho Mc
Arthur Enquires.
Cold weather has arrived. Jf
you want Clothing, Boots, Shoos,
Ilats, Caps, &c, go to Tom- A. Mel
ton's Store, in Zaleski, where you
can got them cheap.
A man who can vote, and fails
to do so? ought to be disfran
chised. He is not worthy to'
possess the right of a freeman
who will not exercise it.
Now that the elections are
over our paper will contain a
great amount of choice reading,
suitable for the long winter eve
nings. Call and subscribe for
this paper.
If you are going to house or
any other kind of keeping be
sure that you go to Melloa's
Dry Goods and Variety Store, at
Zaleski, for your Glassware and
Queensware, and lots of other
fine things.
Notwithstanding the many war
nings, we see that tho boys at mont
of the railway stations insist on
jumping on and off tho trains while
in motion. If they don't stop it
somo of thoirt may "Join tho innu
merable caravm."
If you have any butter, eggs,
chickens, dried or green fruit,
or produce of any description,
gather it together and take it to
Mellor's Grand Store in Zaleski.
Tom will give you good prices
for all and give you better bar
gains in his goods.
TnE M. & C. II. It. are erect
ing a telegraph lino . from Jack
Bon to Portsmouth, along . the
lino of railroad. ' The line will
be completed in about ten days.
Qflices will bo established at
Portland, Monroe Fqrnaoo, Web
ster, and Sciotoyille. This will
make a complete" lino between
Hamden and Portsmouth. '
VINTON COUNTY STOCK SALE
Tuesday, November 12, '72
W, W. KEYS, AUCTIONEER.
At the time our paper wept to
press on Tuesday morning o:
last week, the first public stock
sale ever held in Vinton county.
had commenced. The weather
was very unpleasant at the hour
of commencing tho sale, a. so
vere rain storm having been "on
the rage" from the "dark hours
of the early day;" but, notwith
standing the disagreeable weath
er,' a ; large number of people
assembled on Main street, to
witness the sales of the cattle
and . sheep, which were scattered
upon all the roads leading from
the Public Square. In horses,
mules and hogs, nothing was
done ; but in cattle and sheep
the market was quite actiye.
The sales were as follows :
Ten calves for Wm. Bray to W. F, Felton, at
o pur neau total amount, it); weight, 810 lbs
Three cows for Ezeklcl Bobo to C. H. Dimlrln.
at s& por Head total amount, $105: weight
1.541 lbs each.
One pair yearling oxen for Wm. Bray to Isaac
Dunkle, at $59 75; weight 1,700.
lie yeaning steer lor n ullum IJray to C,
vuii.iq,i,. lAjWUIgllli OW.
OnecowforTMrs. Gussuian to Jacob Bone, at
One pair two-year-old oxen (or Benjamin 8te-
veus to tionn iiowci, at jib 15; wolglit 1,800.
Six yearling for Euhriam Hiintnr tn .1. W
Wortman, at 1T per head total amount
lira; weigm ow ids earn.
Two two-year-olds for D. R. Bray to Frank
Strong, at $45 per bead total amount $50;
weight 700 lba each.
Thirty head of sheep for Dr. A. Wolf to John
Kinner. atM.SSuer head total amount I7B.M.
Two oxen for Benjamin Stevens to K. Steele, at
(WT-IWWH WUIgllb, 1,VUV.
Twenty-six sheep lor II. H. Swaim to Thomas
Fee, at $5.10 per head total amount, $43.60.
Nineteen two-year-olds for William Fee to
John Fee, at $30 per head-total amount $570;
Three fat cows for El J Reynolds to C. B. Dim-
kle, at $3128 per head total nmquut $96.75;
wolglit 1,050 lbs each.
Two hollers for A. F. Huhn to Jacob Bono, at
m50 iter head total amount, $45; woight650
lbs each.
One pair oxon for John Bray; were withdrawn
at $185; woight 8,000. Tins pnir of oxen were
mw;i M uni sum at private sale. J
The toM amount of tho receipts of tho sale
were as follows i
Total Receipts on Cattle. v $1,807 75
Total Receipts on Sheep 123 .10
GrandTotal . $1,430 B5
The auctioneer, W. W. Keys,
of Pickaway county, (whose P,
O. address is Ilarrjsburg, Frank
lin county,) thoroughly under
stands his business, and did not
fail to give entire satisfaction to
all parties, It was his first visit
to this place, but he was not "a
stranger in a strange land" dur
ing tho short fame he remained
with us, as he is acquainted with
a great majority of the stock
owners and dealers of our coun
ty. Having been engaged jn
the business of auctioneer for
almost a dozen years, he is a
good judge of all kipds pf stock
and knows when he ought to
say "fjQiie I" The following
named persons are oflloers of the
Stock Sales :
President rDv. A. Wolf ;
Vicc-Pres.J. ' W. Rannells ;
Secretary -J, B. Dcnkle ;
Treasurer V, Will;
Managers Frank Strong,
Henry Clark, Isaac Ppnkle,
, The nexj; Stock Sale will be
held on the second Tuesday in
December, the 10th, at which
time, should tho weather be fa
vorable, we expect to see larger
lots of cattle and sheen, and lots
of horses, mules and hogs in the
market.
The Falling Leaves.
The falling leaves as well as
the pathetic cries that are so of
ten heard beside the open grave,
eloquently proclaim that change
and decay are the law which
controls everything around us.
The lovely flowers whioh ex
haled their fragrance on every
breeze, and many of tho beloved
Associates of by-gone days, have
drooped and died, . and their
beautiful forms gladden our eyes
no more. The changing seasons
which produce such marvelous
scenos as we often gaze upon,
first with delight and anon with
sadness, should remind us of the
changes of this mortal life.
IIappyvat life's close shall we bo
if we havo wisely improved our
allotted timq, ' - r
Don't , neglect a slight cold,
Garvin's First Solution and
Compound Elixir' of Tar," for
sale at tho Drug jStores of O. T.
Gunning and 0. W. Sisson, Mc
Arthur, II. 0. Wilson, Hamdon,
and Lewis ; Day, Zaleski, is a
sure euro for any cold in three
hours. Try it. Directions on
the bottle, ,., ., ,
Business has.' not- materially
revived since the' re-election of
Ulysses, the I. '
The New Hampshire Gazette, ps
tablished nt PorUnionili, N. 11, in
1756, 100 your ugo, on tU 7th of
October, claims to bo the oldest
newspaper in Atnericu. The pres
ent publishers, Mcshih. Jluraton and
Freeman; favor us with a fac simile
of the first issue, dated October 7th
1756. It Is, or was, a small sheet
about one-sixth the size of the En
quireb, printed by Daniel Fowls
at one dollar por annum, "or an
Equivalent in Bills of Credit, com
puting a Dollar this year, at Four
Pounds Old .Tenor." The first
number is occupied with the pub
lifther's prospectuB and news of the
war then raging betwoon the French
and English. But the Gazette was
not the first newspaper in America
though it is the oldest living. The
Boston News-Letter was the first.
and after it Ben Franklin's brother
established tho New England Cour
ant in 1720-21.
The Missouri Daily Jlepublican,
of St. Louis, one of tho greatest
newspapers in tho world, has just
been changed from the folio to the
quarto form, or to a sheet of eight
pages, 48 columns. The Republican
is one of the oldest Democratic pa
pers in the country, and, as might
be expected of its enterprising and
progressive proprietors, in fighting
nobly in the cause of Reform. It
is now printed by the celebrated
Walter press, manufactured in Lon
don, and called for its inventor, Mr.
Walter, of tho London Times. It
prints thirty miles of pupor an
hour and both sides at onoo. Seven
teen thousand copies of the paper
are printod por hour on it It is
received every dny at this office.
Nebraska is to Have a State
Orphan Asylum.
$230,505 is offered in Cash Prizus
The appeal is made on the grounds
of humanity, from a now State,
wnero ine uaoor immigration is
immense, and where such an Insti
tution is greatly needed. The high
est . prize is $75,000. Tho tickets
are $1 each, or six for 85. J. M
Patter, of Omaha, has been chosen
General Manager of this legal and
numano undertaking, winch la en
dorsed by the Governor and best
busineso men of the State.
Tag question has often been asked by those
Interested, "Can I have my gray hair restored
to ita natural cojor, without coloring the tkln ?
and can my fhln locks p We ansyor, "It can j'i
and would advise you to read a treatise on the
hair, which Is published by It. P. Hull & Co.,
Nashua, N. II., who send it free, npon applica
tion. They are tho proprietors of Hull's Vcget
able Sicilian Hair If enewer. We learn from it,
the hair, in a perfect state pf health, is con
stantly falling out, and new hairs grow from
the same tubes ; but, in case of any disease of
the scalp, or by tho use of alcoholio prepaid
tlons, the t)alr-tulo becomes contracted at Its
mouth, and prevents the noyf follicle lioni
reaching the surface. Their preparation will
create a perfectly healthy condition of the
scalp, and, by its tonic properties, will preserve
and strengthen the roots of the hair. StaUmnan,
Deifoinf,tnuq.
The Musical Independent. We are glad
to welcome back that excellent musical period
ical, suspended since the Chicago tire. Itbas
been purchase) of Vow re., J,ynp & Healy by
Mr. Robert Goldbeck, tlio wellrkiiown pianist
and teachor, and will be cqmhieted In a really
Independent manner. The present number
contains HWI1 It pay hj take a Musical l'apcrr"
"Richard Wagner's Early Vears," (by himself,)
"Quoen Hortcnse and Parlant pnurla Syrit,"
ditortals on Musical Kducatlon, etc. There
are three new plocos of in us lot, all by Mr. Gold
beck: Song, ITho Cot" aong, "Separation;"
piano nocturne HAbsenuo.'t Tlioiiuslca read
er will be interested In Mr, Gqldliock,1! pungent
amiable critical reviews pf new music. ' Send
3 to Robert Qoldbsok, Chicago, III. ' ,
We learn from the McArthur fO.)
Enquirer that Deputy Sheriff A.
Jj. Hunter, ot Vinton county, died
October. 24th, after a brief illness,
agod 93 years. ' Mr. IJunter was a
native of Monroo tqwnship, this
county, and femoved with his par
ents to Vinton in 1851, where he
was highly eatoomod, bavins held
several positions of trust. Zanes-
ville Signal.
Ballou's Magazine for Decem
ber, is on our tablo, with a rich va
riety of contents, all ontortaining
or instrqotlv. 'Tll Oity of Nico,
France," "Scenes in Abyssinia,"
"The Eleveoth Hour," "Baby
Maud," "Beyond Tho Picltot Ljnes,".
and other articles will be read with
nterest. S1.50 per year Thomcs
& Talbot, G3 Congress street, Bos-,
ton. ,
Farm and Fireside Journal.
This Journal Is a markod exception to all low-
priced periodicals, from tho fact that It Is a
model qt typographical plpgipice, s,nd s printed
on boautiful, tunud paper, Tlic convents are
not only popular and Interesting, but highly in
structive and thoroughly accurate, and tho
whole appearance of the Journal I calculated to
promote thudeslro for knowledge as well as to
aid In furnishing information. It is published
at tho exceedingly, low prlco ut llfty uuuU a
year, and should be In the hand of every one.
Bond for a free specimen number to Tine Kaiiu
amd FinKmDa Journal, in K. 16th St., X. Y,
AT the examination of teachers, lust Satur
day, cortiflcatot ypro ssiiui( (o tho following
named penous, furnished us fur publication by
L. O. Purdue, Clerk of Board of Kxaminersi
for 18 month M. J. Boblltt.
for 19 ieiM-Charlos Hunter, W. 3. Hawk,
Miss Eliza C. West.
for t month Kobort Hughes, Kllza Trimmer,
Kebccr a Trimmer. - '
American Wines.
But rttw persons are aware of tho amount o(
drapes raised In New Jersey. Alfred Speer Is
known to be tbs largest Wine grower eastof the
Kooky Mountains, Uls Port (jrape Wlie u
the bsst, and It It eonsldored by physicians and
chemists as the best win to be procured.
t
Corn taken at this office- in pay
ment for subscription.
REMOVAL!
DRUGS DRUGS !
O. T. Gunnino has just 'removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAa, Station
ery, Ac, (o his NEW UOOM
in Will's New Building, one door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
on-Main Street, whero ' ho will bo
pleased to meet all his old custom-?
ers, and as 'many moro us choso to
givo him thoii'patronnge.
His New Iloom is really the finost
in Southern Ohio; is boing visited
by everybody; and " his supply o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
liAro equal to any other establishment
intho country. "
He fills presciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers titreiiBon
ablo rates. If you want to see
the finest Drug Store, drop,,
in and examine this ono. . ,
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
How to Go West.
This is an enquiry which every
one should havo truthfully answer
ed before he starts on his journey,
and a little care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in many cases
sirvo much trouble, time and money.
Ine "L. Ik & W. Kouto, running
from Indianapolis through Bloom
ingto to Burlington, hns achieved a
splendid reputation in the last two.
years as the loading rusdenger
Koute to tho West. At Burlington
it connects with tho great Burling
ton Routo which rims direct thro'
Southern Iowa to Nebraska- and
Kansrs, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from Vinton
County, on their wy westward,
can not do better than to take the
I. B. & W. and Burlington Route.
This line has publishod a pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of tho
Groat West, which can bo obtained
free of charge by addressing tho
General Passenger Agon B. & M. R.
Iv, Burlington, Iowa.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
Five Hundred Thousand.
500,000 Bottles of Greene's
Auuu8T Flower has been nold in
thiaStuto in threo months. Wo on
ly nsk you to tro to the drug stores
of Gunning or. Sisson, McArthur,
0., and got tv Bottlo Free of charge.
or a regular sio at 7S cts. "Every
uottlo warranted to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Sickhoadache,
Costiveness, Heartburn,- ' Water-
brash, sour btomach, Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and nil disease caus-
o4 by Ihipqre Bloqd, or dorjinged
Stomach and Liver. Try it.
G. GREEN, Prop.,
Columbus, O.
Columbus, O. For Ayer's Medicines, go to G,
W. Sisson's.
Are You Going West ?
Jf so. takp niir adylep, n.nd purohiue youvtlek
tuorci'thH old reliable and popular Mlxouri
Paolllo Railroad' which Is, positively, tho only
Line that rnimtliroo Daily Kxpross Trains from
SLLoulx to Kausua City, and Hie West I aud i
fiosltively, tlB(nly Lnu wliloli runs Pullman's
'alai'.e MliiMiin'S Hllil lltiv OAiiih.ii ojoioai.IiiIIv
for movers) eiiilp'd with Millor'n Safety I'lut-
lurm anil I lie pstent hteain Itnike.lroni bt. Louis
lOKnnsns Ulty. f ort seuit. 1'hi'suiis. liUwrenne.
iieavcnworin, atriiiHnii. pi. oosoiiii, .NebraaKa
Oity Coiineil lilullViiiiid Omalis, without cliunKe!
For InloiniiUlun In regard to Time Tahlen, rates
ic, to any point in Missouri, Kanias, Nebraska,
Ooloraho, Texusor Onllifornia, call on oriuldrecs
S. II. Thomson, AirontMlssourl PacillcR.K. Col-
ummis.Olilo; or, K. A. Ford, General Tassenger
AKnei, sc. tjoois, mo'
ino trouuio to omwor quostioos I
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
The
Tide of Emigration
. Turned !
Seekers for new homes aro pouring Info South
est Missouri, attracted hv the cheat) Lnnils of
west Missouri, attracted
the ATLANldC rACIC UAILHOAD CqM-
I' A NY.
This
This Company offers 1,800.000 Acres of the
finest lands
acre, on sev
in tho world, at from 12 to t per
acre, on seven years' time, uud w ith free trans-
portaVlon to alt purchasers
n'l.1.. ii 1 Vn.iruro
all nui'chasers.
linn huwii fluiun J.uuv n.i.kjcij i
SNOW. Is destined to become the national hlirh
This Hoad, NEVER BLOCKADED BY
way between, New York and San Francisco;
and to tho industrious farmers of older States
wo earnestly recommend this laud of cheap
homes, sure that nowhere cau the poor man
Dud a more grateful climate, a bettor soil, or
greater nrocnicuvonoss.
For full information, with Maps and Pani
phlots, address AMOS TUCK, Laad Comihis-
siouer, 05 South Fourth Street, St. Louis, Wo.
io.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.
The advertiser, having boen permanently
ourod of thatdread disoase,0on8uinptlon, by a
simple remedy, la anxious to make known to
bis fellow sufferers the moans of cure. To nil
who desire it, he will send a copy of tho pre
scription used, (free of charge), with the, direc
tions for pi eparlng and using the same which
they will And a sure Curk Koa CONBUktfTiOij
AsTnx, Bkosoiiitis to. turtles yl9liljig the
will pleaao addrosa
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, 196 Penn St Williamsburgh.
Settlement Notice.
ALL thorn! knowing thoraselves
ndebtoil to the firm of Richmond
& Huhn aro requested to call imme.
dintoly and settle iiccounta. We
cun not carry ntCQqiits from one
year to uimthop, ulid p'y our own
RICHMOND & HUHN.
October 2; 1872.—tf
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
Drug Store.
LOOK HERE. EVERYBODY!
BODY!
Call at Oumnino'b Druo Stork, lu Will's
Building, aud lee those Flno OU Paintings,
Chroinos, I'hoUigraphs, rlaln and Colored blth.
ograpbs, which are for sale very cheap, Tlioy
are so beautlfull
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Ohio.
WE ARE HEADY FOR THE FALL TRADE, AVITIl A LARGE
' AND ELEGANT
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
.' OT BXIA.tTTIVT7Ii STYIiBS Olf
3sPl0IrL c$2 JPzxiOLC-y Dresis G-oods
Print, Delaines, I'lalu Lustres. Corded Lustres, Broclio Cords, fluids, I'opllns, Wool Delaines,
Black Bilks, Waterproofs, &c.t &c
IN STAPLE GOODS WE
Jeans,
Cassimeres,
Tweeds,
MILS, PLAIN BID AM MITE, W MCT PLAIDS!
Canton Flannels, Drillings, Illcachcd and Brown Muslins, of every grade, Tickings, Checks,
',' Napkins Tablo Damask, Toweling,
; Shawls, Cloak, Furs, Velveteens, &c.
Everything '-New -'and Novel in Our Notion Department!
In this lindof Goods wo cany the laiKCst and best stock in Vinton County. Tho particular
attention of tho ladies la Invited to our largo uud elegant assortment of
LACES,
1RES3 TRIMMINGS,
DKESa liLTTONS, ,
EDGINGS,
FRINGES,
. AND ESPECIALLY TO OUR LARGE LOT OP
LISLE THREAD,' SILK AND COTTON GL0VES1
KID,
. I r
, - - , . Ia every stylo,
THE CELEBRATED
The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town 1
HOSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY
FANCY GOODS IN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT!
CSrontleinon.!
CALL AND-EXAMINE OUR LARGE STOCK OK
Collars, Neckties, Hows, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
uciuru pju.viiig uisewauro. vo nave overytiuiiK new ami novel, a specially 01 uio
WE HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS and SHOES, foe MEN, BOYS, WOMEN and MISSES!
And pay especial attention to our trado in
LADIES' 'O'AITBRSI
Aud have a full stock constantly on hand of all sues, styles and qualities.
Our Grocery Department!
, IS FULL AND fcOMrLKTE! f .
READ THIS LIST OF PRICES:
N.O.SuRar, 12.o "White Coffee
Java Coffee 30o . , Yonns Hysou
N. O. Molasses, SOo ' Raisins. 25a
llaeon, Lanl, Fish, Syrups, Cigais, Tohimoos, Indigo. Logwood, Madder, Cloves, Cinnamon, Pop
por, Spices, &,:,, &oi; Iiackots, Tuhs, Uroonis, llaskets. We Invito you to come aud seo us, and
examine our stock and prices, when you eonio to town!
NO TKOURLE TO IIOW YOU GOODS!
1 . . . AND
"We are Detorminel to Sell at Some Price, and are Prepared to Give Bar
. giaj'ti 0 sb. and Prompt Paying Customers !
WE BUY EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
WE ARE RECEIVING NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK!
AND yOU M'lLL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOVELTIES AT THE
." "OLD COBITDIIB STOESI" .
THEN REMEMBEE THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR GOODS CHEAP
, IS AT
. T. A.. 2sEJJEUJ?TJST Sc. SOIL'S, -
ONK DOOll VESt 0F COOKX nOVSE, MAIN 8TKEET. MoARTUUK. OniO-
WW-MJTET
9
ft
iff Hk V(XY5wS!4W
., , Ikoep constantly on hand every description of
FURNITURE OF MODERN S.TYLES.
Imauufacture toordoraud rcpalrFiirnlturoof nil kinds, sttho most reasonable prices.
I sin propured to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
and acoompsny them with a Hoarse.
The publlo are invited to call and examine my Stock.
March M872, ,T PAItIS 1IORTON.
HAVE FULL LINES OF
Coating st
Caslhetts,
INSERTIONS,
VELVET RIBBONS,
&c., &c. ;
shado and quality.
HIGH GORE CORSET!
Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Hats, Caps, 4c.,
Sugar, 15o - - , Clioioo Rio Coffoo, 25o
Tea, $1,00 - Rioe.lOo
, Candios, 25o.
HAVING been eiigagod in the study nd
practice of Dontislry for llfteen yesra and
a local piactioner in Jackson lor six years, and
having ayalled myself of alUlie , . , : ,
Moclorn Improvements! : in Cental
. . , Scionco, "'
I would l-aspec.tfnlly q.y to tho cltlions ot
McArthur and vielmty that I am fully prepar
ed to msnipuiateall the various branches of the
sclenco. Prices as low as the lowest. Work as
good as the best. Persons coming from
a distance wish. nir to remain until their work
la done will ba entortalned at my private real
donee free. ,
ETHER SPRAT andELECTRICITY
Used in extractlug teeth, rendorlng tholr ex
traction comparatively palnlpi!i, A flunmle at
tendent ahvays on lpin,d to wait upon ladles.
Oivo mo acall. ' '
1 S.T, BOQQE89, Dentist.
May 15, 1871-Vy . Jackson. 0.
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CITY GUN WORKS,.;
JUST enlnrgod and ro-opencd with a- new and
superior stock of (jUf.S. Cull or solid for a
l'rico List. Single Shot Ciima, f) to V1U j Double
Ilurrtd Shot Gun, ?!) to V. llruocli Loaders,
t'to$15U; allies, 12 to 15; Revolvers, $11 to f34.
Address, . . Jl. H-HCUIIIAk, i
. ' 360 Liberty Street, lMUsburg, l'a.
October 80, 18Ta. lm .
F.J. Oakks. 1 ;" : ! J.T.FisnRa.
CIlA WFOJiJ) nottsii,
Comor Sixlji aud Walunt Streets,
OJWCIKWATI, .jOHIO.
JOIM MOlMTYKE, , l,,rt, iv. . ... i ,
John U. Cumnblly,! r r. .' 1
This House has ueun entirely 1
Befitted, ; Hofurnlshocl,'; r.cmcdclod!
And Is In all rospoots a -i" .-..: 1
FIRST CliASS HOTEL. ,
Alt TBU LUXURIES OF THB SEASON.
Table surpassed by none in the -West. Amplo
tad pleasant , nonommqdatlons for travelurs.
(jive us a call. ' - !..-
OAKK3 A CO., Proprietors.
V J
A-yer's
Cherry Pectoral,
' XVP Diseases of the Throat and lamas,
euoh as Oouehs, Colds, Whoopins
Cough, Bronohitia, Asthma, . '
- and Consumption.
Amor" the great
discoveries of modern
scionco, few aro of
moro real valuo to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for all
diseasos of the Throat
and Lungs, A vast
trial of Its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, lias
shown that it does
urnlv ami eJTtvtrSihr
control them. The testimony of our best citt
Eons, of all classes, establishes the fact, that
Cjiurky 1'rotokal will and does relievo and
cure the auiiotiug disorders of the Throat and
Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most
dangerous afl'octlona of the Pulmonary Organs
yield to its power; and casos of Consnmr.
tion, cured by this preparation, aro public
ly known, so romarkullo as hardly to be be
lieved, were thoy not proven beyond dispute.
As a remedy It is adoquato. on which the publis
may rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of more serious diseaso, It savas
unnumbered lives, and an amount of suffering
not to be computed. It challenges trial, and con
vinces tho most sceptical. Every family should
keop It on hand as a protection against the early
and unperooived attack of Pulmonary Ail'ections,
which are easily met at first, but which become
lncumblo, and too often fata), If neglected. Ten
der lungs noed this defence; and It is nnwlso to
be without it. - As a safeguard to children, amid
tho dintrossiiiL' (licenses which beset tho Throat
and Chest of childhood, Cherry I'ltcroKAu
is invaluable) for, by ita timely use, multi
tudes are rescued from prematura graves, and
saved to tha love and aifeotion centred on them.
It acts speedily and sarelv agninit ordinary colds,
securing sound and health-restoring sleep. Mo
ono will sudor troublesome Influenza and pain
ful Bronchitis, whqn thoy know how easily
tlioy can bo cured. . , ' ' .
Originally tho product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical Investigation, no cost or toll
is spared In making every bottle in the utmost
possiblo perfection. It may be confidently re
lied npon as possessing all the virtues it has over
exhibited, and capable of produoing cures as
momorabje aa tho greatest it has ever effected.
". , ' rSEPABED BY f ? j ,
Dr. J, C, AYER & CO;,-Lowell, Mass.,
. Fraction! and Analytical Chemists
BOLD BT ALL DHUGI3T KYBarWUEEZ.
ITAAIDENjpUNDRY
Iho Hamden Foundry Company
Havina; pun litt'od this well-known Foundry,
at ilumden, Vluton County, Ohio, aud supplied
It with all tha
Latest Styles - of ! Patterns and Ma-
xhiaery,... ... .
At great expense, are now uianufacturlngeTSry
desoripUoa of , . ; . . ,
Hollow War. Plain Heavy Caiting!
for Fnrnaoes, Shafting, Stowes,
Grates, Fronts, Cane Mills,
Wagon Boxes, Plows.
ADD CASTINGS OP EVEBI DE80EIPT10H.
Tho attention of tho pubilo Is called to tha
great variety of 1 -
COOK & PARLOR STOVES!
Wliich they aro onablod to sell cheaper than
clKcwhcre. The (treat advantage of purchasing
Stoves at this Foundry is, you don't have to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
you do whoa you purchase elsewhere. A good
assortment of
TinWare, Sheet Iron i Copjer Ware
Kept on hand. Tbia Foundry being a
HOME IIVSTITTJTIOW, '
And tho proprietors practical workmen, who
attend strictly to business, we can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them direct to tlft people at tho whole
sale prices at which the same ioods are offered
by Vinton County dealers. If you want a good
urtlclo at a low price, give us a call.
Highest price paid old Bran, Copper, and
Sera)) Iron.
Persons dosirintr Castings for Patont Rights
wilt please send us their orders.
EEPAIKIXG of all kinds neatly done. :
HAMDEN FOUNDRY, COMPANY,
September 85.18"! , Reed's Mills 1''. 0.
Agents Wanted for Cobbtn's !
CHILD'S COMMENTATOR
On The Bible, for The Home Circle.
1,200 Pages, 250 Engravings. Tho best enter-
prise of tho year for agonts. Evqry family will
have it. Nothing like it now published. For
circulars address II. 8, GoonapjiKD & CO.. ST .
Park Row, New York. . .. - !
G1 EAT OUIIIOSITT. A 3 Magazine of the
highest order for II. Airent wanted in everv
town, on a ptrprtiuil Income. Send 10c. for '
a specimen to ''.SrortA's Hollar Magasint," U '
Libc-rty Street, New York.
IRON CLAD PAINT.
ADDBXSS '
IRON CLAD PAINT CO.,
t, CLEVELAND,' OHIO..'
TIllaT'Aninnnv ! anrnnw af ani m n a.h.ma
IllUlnr Wm. I4rsnna anvnenl nainntu m-A 1 tw.
only Compauy in the world that makes Faint
dnm i.i.M I nl.i I r v .
aaviia j'uic, uuiv surku rjujiunur Art) 11 ,jre, VUUil
as i04L9e4 la fumticua for making lig Iron,
Thn tfml:
Most Wator l'roof. Most Durable sad
Most Useful Paint Mode. I
DKESS fflAKING' MADE EASY.
The National ' Dress Trimmings
j.unini mo niHirn "wBue-mars;,:' nnu manu
factured exclusively by as, aro endorsed and
recommended by Uib leading Fashion Maga
zines throughout tho country, and the most
eminent Uross-inakera- tn' Nrw York City, as
being the moat beautiful and liest adapted trim
ming for Illiick Alpacuund Mohair Suits.
flia?Thls Trimming- can Ihj obtained through
tho principal Dry (Joods and Dress Trimming
Stores throughout tho United State.
l'KAKE, OPUYCKJS A CO.,
427 aud 4211 Broadway, Now York.
PERSONS GOING WEST
Seeking homes should send for our Descriptive
Circular of "Improved Farms for Salo," in tho
best counties in North Missouri. Address ,T.H.
Smnokkland & Co., Laclede, Linn Co., Mo.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
St. Louis, Ml. hican. Mrtir'netlo Snrtnn. .
Tho llrst Magnolia Water discovered In Amer
ica. (UWI.) Hits been vlsitoil hr nvnr mcum
persons. .- ' .
1SNTIIIE ROUTE BY K.WLHOAD. ;
Cures
Kcuraliflii 1, Parnlvsis, Uheumatlsm, flout, Dia-
Impoteneir, aud all Diseases of the Nervous
hvstein, Contriictod Joints, Ueneral Debility.
tiNk Baths. For Pamphlets contulnlng des
enption, analysis of water, and all otherlnfor
niv'tW" MAGNETIC SPRING COM.
, u, iAruis, u j-uuub bouncy, oiicuigau.
CHAPPED HAMS; M FACE,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin, Ac, c,
Wll HGLYCERlNK. ItkoepsHho hands soft
in nil weather. See that you get HEGKM AN '8.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 1 cents; sent by
mall fnraiiiwnbi M..n..pu....-...1 ilVr".
. . a. ... . ""i..vucu uuiy uv HAMS-
WslNew0york!m Uu ttnd DrHeit8 P.O.Box
$500,000 IN BANK.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
POSTPONED TO DECEMBER, 7, 18T.
THE SE00ND QBASD GIFT 00NOERT In aid
I (it LllH I'THI.lll l.lUlt ativ sat 1 imini
liomiced for Septcmbor S8, has been postponed
..,.,.....,.., uLH-aiine me aceiinuila-
tion of ordors tho fow days before the drawinir
made it pliysioally impossible to All theui
without a few days1 dulny, and as a short post
pniicmcnt was inevitable, it was determined to
uelcr It to a time that would make a full draw-
.UK .uio vuo snio 01 aa me tickets.
Tho money, necessary to pay in full all tha
offered gilts is now npon deposit In the Farm
ors' and Drovers' Bank, as will bo aeen by tha
following certificate of tho Utahier:
; r AaiiRHNr ari DaovRRa1 Bank:,! .
-ri . If nisyille, Ky., Sept. it, im.r
Thl4llt tn paw f liu l.uw. j. .1 Lt
ill flliu lntnlr nun. hnl f M.mt... ' . .
the credit of the Gift Conocrt Fundt $500,000 of
nun. 1 an uj nun uiiuk us m rcasurer or the
Public Library of Kentucky to pay, off all gifts
to bo awarded at the drawing. .
. ' . . V EACH, Cashier. '
1,000 Prises, amountlngr to
Buoo.obo yvtr ciA At icv i 1 :
Will he awarded, tho highest prizes boiha:
100,000, sjno.ooo, atia.ooo, nnd down lit
! iivw, which in ine lowest,
"wiuk win ndHiiivyiy niMl uiiequiVO-
llv fill,, lltuMH ll.in..... I.iih f " II ..a ...
oniptorlly reiiulrcd to clone sales and mako re-,
ri, 1.11a iHt.m I... (IK J.. .i .. ... ... . 1
v..... , ,., iU Krlvo ample lime. '
rilll 111 I ll.l .Pranirnmnnl. .1...l..- -.. J .1.1
I,""':,'"' uiiimniur IIIHUII
or applications for circulars should be address-. '
ed to ,
Gov. THOMAS E. BltAnrt.W.TTm. '
Agent Public Library of Kentucky, Loulsvfjle,
ASTHMA.
lwassfc-'wn-i i
The sllbScrilw.i4' artf Muniif'Aifi.i'ArU
for U. W. Bead's celebrated ASTHMA BELIE', i
tho boat remedy for Asthma Vet discovered. In. '
stant rcliuf guaranteed or purchase money re
funded. The medicine is put up in three altos,
wiurii n.wni mr m;., ouc. ihi 9 1. . I QrKOnit TO- -.
inlUing price will have the meilirhio sunt free "
hv miiu or exiiress. Alnn saintilis aunt., fwu.
any wliodosli-e. JiTilBlOAiMiXULLfcB CO..
Home, N. Y. ' i, . v i, ; y ,;
To all Bcaf an! Harft of Heariiifl:!
" " m ' ". ii iny viiuruiirue ictiow-
erIJit.lirnll. Twill fllfu. dl-il tn 1. II . M
; - " 1,1,1 " si'irjnim,rri or
chnrq, a leoipp orinothnd of cure, rwptv lively.
which mis com mysoir ana many others of
long-staiidlng dcalnesH, after having iu yaln"
omnloyed the best pltysiclani lu this connii T
and Kurope. Addrena, with stamp. H. Till li-
MANNS, Elloaixliivtlle, MissouiJ. , . ' , .. '
S GENTS Wanted. igenu make more uirfia
1 uy at work for us thaia a( auythinff ;
nsiness llkrbt and Dornnoiimii mmUiI.....
free. O. Stinsow k Co., fin Art fublitluri,
Portland, Mains, '
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