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The Mc Arthur Enquirer.
J. W. BOWEN, Kdltor and Publisher.
MoARTilUR, OHIO, . . JANUARY Kt, 1873,
The Seventh Volume.
With the last, issue The Mc
Arthur Enquirer entered upon
the seventh year of its exis
J. v .1
lenco. miring the six years
which Tun Enquirer has been
published not an issue was
omitted or a half-sheet issued,
It was enlarged during the six
years the enlarged size com
mencing with Vol. 2. No.
Arrangements were completed
for enlarging again with the last
issue, the first number of the
seventh volume, but our paper
dealer failed to- furnish us in
time with the required size of
paper. This week's issue is of
the enlarged form, and larger
and more beautiful than the old
style.. Header, do you like it?
The Enquirer now enters up
on a new year. It will be our
aim to make it a welcome visi
tor wherever it may go. We
desire, year after year, to make
more and more welcome by
making it more deserving the
liberal support of the commu
nity. We may not always agree
with all our readers upon every
question, which may, from time
to time, arise ; but, we ask the
same toleration for our views,
which we accord to those who
differ with us. Our purpose is
to contribute all in our power
. to the upbuilding of this com
munity. All our interests are
here, and we shall earnestly
strive to promote every interest
of the county. With this pur
pose, we enter upon the New
Year, and only ask the same
liberal support in the future
which has been given to The
Enquirer during. the past six
years. We want more subscri
bers to our already large list
Every subscriber now on our
list ought to send us at least
Tins week wo commence the pnb
lication of The Chhistian Witnkss
in this ofllci'. The Witnkss is the
snme size of The McAktiiur En
ql'Ikkh, jftui will le issued regularly
every Thursday. It is the organ
of the Christian Union in the
United States, having a large eircu
lation in every State and Territory.
Elder J. V. B. Flack, of Ilaincsville,
Missouri, is the Editor.
The terms of subscription are $2
per year, or .$ 1.75 jer year in clubs
of twenty. The Christian Wit
ness anH The McAuthuk Enquirer
will be sent to any person for one
year for $3. We hope all the sub
scribers to The Enquirer will be
come subscribers to The Witness.
Attention is called to the Pros
pectus of The Witness elsewhere in
It is admitted by men of both
parties in this county that W. W.
Belford, our county Auditor, is an
energetic, honest, prompt, pleasant,
and obliging man, who discharges
tholuties of that office in a manner
that rcflocts great credit upon the
party which elected him to that
very important position. He can
always be found in the ottlce; Is
the best penman ; keeps the books
in the neatest style; and Is always
ready ami willing to wait 'on or
give any Information desired when
any person calls upon him. . This
is why some lunatics are abusing
him in the columns of that Tony's
Radical IIill-hidk Howler, printed
north-west of tho Court House.
On tho 14th hist, tho Orphans'
Friends' Lodge of Free and Ac
cepted Masons, at Wilkesvillc, elect
ed tho following named officers for
the ensuing year: '
J. F. Daihh, W. M.; J. P. Strong,
8, W,; H, S, Bom, J. W,; J, J.
Strong, Secretary; W, H. Strong,
Treasurer; G. L. Derry, S. D.; A.
Phetteplack, J. D.; A. II. Strong,
Tyler. , . . i r
Tony .had $500 that he didn't
want. K. A. Bobbins bad a very
beautiful rich tract of land sit
uoted a few rods west of the resi
dence of Eld. John Gold, on the
west side of Elk Fork, composed of
a IHtlo bit of bottom and a steep
side hill, snici to contain 12 acres,
but only 11 acres In fact, which ho
wanted to sell. Klihu sold tho
land (o Toni for those five hundred
Stop at tho Bowen House, for
merly Sands House, when you, have
occasion to vlalt Zaleskl. Terras,
Alas! Is that Our Brother?
Editor Enquirer : As the
manifest softening and feeling
of the Record man for the lasi
four : weeks has become a sub
ject of general comment and
commiseration at large, "the
Judge" is disposed to yield to
the pressure, and refrain from
exulting over the fall of
guilty and erring brother.
. As appearances indicate, the
place which now knows him
will soon know him no more,
as he used to was. The same
winds will blow around his
door, the same birds make
melody in the trees, the same
stars shine in the heavens, the
same sun will illuminate the
world, but Raper, ' poor Ra
per ! his malady is pronounced
incurable, his symptoms denote
a speedy dry up, his friends are
ashamed of his foolish and un
timely.end; and "the Judge,"
fearing he may have caused the
melancholy wreck, now makes
the following proposition as a
balm for the wounds of his
afflicted and disappointed
friends. If the poor creature
will, (before he vanishes,) find
some man base enough to out
rage the goose creation by mak
ing fiim up into geese, "the
Judge" will pay four cents per
head, for the stock when de
livered. I think by mixing him
With two nnrrs mnnUv A
to give body and adhesion to
the mud, he would fill the pat
tern about three times, and if
my word is not good for the
twelve cents, I will give Am
brose and King," Coultrap and
Holland, as surety.
The "17th Annual Report of the
Board of Commissioners for Reform
Schools to the Governor of Ohio,
for the year 1872," has been re
ceived. It claims for that institu
tion the highest degree of pros
perity and a decided advance in the
way of reform among the boys from
all parts of the State who have been
committed to the care of its officers.
Since the opening of the institu
tion 1,623 have been admitted and
1,248 discharged. .The ages of
those admitted wore from 7 to 19
years. , Vinton county has scut
three there during the past three
The National Agriculturist
and Ike Journal, published by
II. A. King & .Co., 14 Murray
St., New York City, has adopted
he popular form for 1873
10 large quarto pages, finely
illustrated. Only $1.50 . per
year, with a handsome chromo,
or book, free. $1 per year in
clubs. Devoted to Agriculture,
Horticulture, Bee-curture, and
o all the interests of the ru
alist and his family. . Sample
copies sent free.
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Op course you want to advertise!
Wo will insert advertisements in
The Enquirer and The Christian
Witness, which will be read by
more than forty thousand people, at
ow rates. Attorneys and profes
sional men should send us their
cards and business men should fa-'
or us with their advertisements.
All tho printing for tho Chris
tian JIulon Churches and the mem
bers of the Churches'willbe execu
ted at this office in tho future. Be
ing fully prepared to do any de
scription of printing, tho patronage
of tho public in respectfully solici
ted, Rates reasonable.
O. T. Gunning has sold his Drug
Store to Dr. A. Wolk, Leverett
Fierce, and Dr. D. V. Rannels
and the' business will be conducted
under .tho firm of Wolf, Pierce &
Co., at the1 rooms occupied by Mr.
The report of the Vinton County
National Bank at the close of busi
ness, on tne z7th or December
872, has been published, but not
in this paper. The resources and
iabilitlos foot up $355,098 88. i
W.' SL Bowen, of Logan, is a
candidate before tho primary elec.
tion in Hocking county, for Dele
gate to the Constitutional Conven
tion, , i ' ,.
The prospects for making largo
quantities of maple sugar this sea
son are very flattering at present,
t tho sugar maker of this oounty
put their camps in order, .' '
Last Sunday night might as well
be pjapcfl qu record a ono of the
coldost'daya of tho winter. '
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Editor op the inquiier-rer
i seed a pease in my record
last bateruay a tocken about
them ar corte hous fellers
warnin rings, an about siiivel
and macic oilvry a duin there
privet bizness in the rooms at
the corte hous, an about a hole
lots of the pepel of Vinton
county a bem up their with
raper, an about 20 of em bein
on the cornar a doin somethun
unto- mack oilvry, an about
juge Crage and Obedie- a sur-
veyin raper, an white washin a
a half a bushel, &c. now, I tell
you, raper talks like he's mad
about it, coz, he ses, he wont
vote no more for Belford ef he
does git a nominated agin fur
T L J.1 11
now, i jist mourt Deans l m
fur belford and goen to vote
fur him if he gits a nominated
agin, an as ide like to see him
elected agin, ide rite tu yu
about this matter, an git you tu
tel Crage an Obedie to let
raper alone .an quit a maken
men mad thats a goen to vote
now, i've never bin a taken
eny paper but the reccord, an
I've bin a taken that ever sense
cokenocr begun to rite fur it,
an wuz alus a republicken,
two, but i'm for belford, enny
how, an i jist no raper wood a
bin, two, ef Crage - an Obedie
had a let him a lone, an not
took that white half a bushel
from him a surveyen an
blackenin him. now, I think
he's got a rite to git mad at
sich tretement. Yu fellers
oughter have more sense than
tu be alus moken 6ne another
mad that way. siiocrey got
mail at yu tellers an left vu cos
ne ciuint git nominated ; and
now you made raper mad about
them waits, and them rings
worn by the corte hous tellers,
an about siiivel an mack gilvry
a doin there bizness in the
room; an about Crage an Obedie
a surveyen him an taken from
him the white half a bushel
when Raper didn't want it
now, I dont no nothin bout that
half a bushel, nor what they
put whitewash onto it fur nuther;
but ide ruther give him a half a
bushel than to hav him git mad
at belford and not vote fur
him ; cos, he sez, morn half the
peples of Vinton county go with
mm an mind him, and 20 tax
payers on the corner thats al
ready mad at Dexterty and mack
gillivry for throwin col eon em,
willvote agin belford if he dus.
now, yer commen to purty
pas ; an this is a mitey pore
way fur yu dimocrats to do ; an
i jist tell yu that it wont do,
nuther. you've 'iist cot to nuit
wearen your rings and throwen
yer weights an cole onto peple
an to make Crage an Obedie to
let raper alone, or belford will
hav a mitey hard time ov it, an
may hurt his backbone agin, as
raper sez, a trien to shuv henry
Reynolds out after the white
half a bushel, before he cuius
before the crowd to run a rase
to the office.
now, mr. edetur, if yull take
mi advise, an agree too vote fur
belford, an git others tu du .it,
i'll take your paper till fall an
jist stop raper's, for hisen isn't
much account no how, enny
more never sense cokenour
quit a editen it an writen fur it.
raper, i expect, dus the best he
kin, but hasent got as good
help now as cokenour was ; I
gess he haint got enny help
now but tony and Kurnet Trap,
that motley fased man that
help homer Jones. now, if yu
konklude to take mi advise, you
may jist publish it as a gide,
an send me the paper, direct
it to bung hole p. o, by way of
Zaleskey, vinton county, o., an
i'll write sum more advise.
Here is the latest case in
Jlnry hart allttlolnmb.
- - Hlro asked u miin to shoot It,
Ami when he went to kill that lumb
it Imil tho opizootic
Thanks. Hon. T. W. Bay, mem
ber of the House of Representatives
from this county, will accept thanks
for valuablo public documents.
In November people prophesied
that this Winter would bo mild.
Those prophets were false.
William Zebo, of Marlon, town
ship, Hocking county, Ohio, died a
few days ago, aged 106 years. "
Barnktt Hook is teaching the
Vinton Station School this winter.
Come, and see the papers we are
printing, 1 " : -
.Some fine "May Showers" visited
this dry region yesterday.
6nck more tho ."beautiful snow"
Oil Sellers, Beware!
It is not generally known
that the Ohio Legislature at its
last session passed a law regu
lating the sale of mineral oils
and other substances, for illu
minating piloses, which in its
penalties and provisions is very
severe. It requires every re
tailer to test the oils before of
fering them for sale, and pro
hibits the sale of any oil or il
luminating substance which will
ignite at any temperature be
low 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
Penalty, one hundred dollars,
or imprisonment, or both. The
manufacturer, refiner or whole
sale dealer is liable to a fine of
one thousand dollars and im
prisonment for twenty days,
who violates the provisions of
the act. The seller is liable for
any damage, or injury to per
son or property resulting from
the sale of oils in violation
of the act. It is a good law,
and its provisions should be en
The preservation of the teeth is
a matter of the primest importance.
Especially ought young persons ap
preciate the force of this fact. Have
your teeth examined, and if need be,
have them properly cared for before
toothache drives you to regret your
neglect. Apply now to
Dr. N. J. Bowers, McArthur.
Jan. 8th. '
There is no need of any person
going about suffering from the cold,
when goods are so cheap at the
House of Will & Co., Zaleski.
Why, in Dress Goods, Calicos,
Housekeeping Goods, and all other
varieties, their stock cannot be sur
How do you like the new head
that now stands 'over the columns
of this paper? Come and sub
scribe for The McAktiiur En-QuiitEn!
WALTEKS-OALLIKO-In Chillicotho, on
i nm-smiy, January th,atl2 o'clock SI., by
Kov. C. 11. Huithauser, Mr. Jons II.
Walters, Clork in tho Car Shops, nt Za
lcHki, and Miss Asnik E. Uallino, of tho
Dr. N.J. Bowers, Dcntixt, McArthur, 0
Settlement Notice. All persona knowing
themselves indebted to tho firm of Richmond
A Huhn, are requested to call Immediately
and settle accounts. Wo vannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, and pay our
owu bills. RICHMOND & HUHN.
October S, 1872.-tf.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. W. Slsson'S.
Chapped bands, face, rough skin, pimples,
ringworm, sult-rliouui, and other cutaneous
affections cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using tho Juniper Tnr Soap, made
by Caswell, Hazard A Co., Now York. Be cor
tain to get tho Juniper Tar 8oap, as tlioro arc
many worthless imitations made with common
Holloway'g Ointment and rills. The
progress of scrofula is arrested by the Oint
ment. It clears the skin of all disfigurements.
The Pills aro astonishing whole districts by
their euro of chills and fovor, etc. Sold 78
Maiden Lane, X. Y. Price 25 cents per box
or pot. Ask for new style; the old Is coun-
The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil
Is Hazard ft Caswell's, made on the sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Haz
ard A Co., Now York. It is absolutely pure
and sweot. Patients who havo once taken it
prefer it to all others. Physicians have docided
it superior to any of the other oils in the mar
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug
The Best Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qucensware, Glassware, Notions, Ao.,
can be had at Davi Duncan's Store, la Za
leskl, nt all timos.
Coriij oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken in exchango for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store he has
a Haddlo and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that lino on short notice and at
low figures. Go and see him. tf
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantlo A Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acres of laud
In Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society in
vite emigrant from all points to this land of
fruits and flowers. For particulars address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. t-ly
For Puro Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis-
Ir. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five Hundred Tliousand.-BOO.OOO bottles
of Greene's August Flower havo been sold in
tills State in three months. Wo only ask you
to go to tho drug stores of Gunning or8lssoi s
Mo Arthur, Ohio, and get abottler of chargt
or a regular size at 15 cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick hcadacho, Costlvenoss, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
impure Wood, and all dlscaso caused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It. G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
Dr. N. J Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, and thousands more are turn.
Ing their eyes towards now homes In the fer
tile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan.
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Caltfonrln, we rocommend
a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis', over the Missouri Paclflo Railroad,
which runs its fine Day Coaches and Pullman
Bloopers from St. Louis to principal points In
tho West, without change. We believe-that
tho Missouri Paclflo Railroad has the beat
track and the finest and safest oqulpmentof
any line west of the Mississippi, and Its con
nections with road farther West are prompt
and reliable. The Toxas connection of this
road It now completed, and passenger are
offered first-class, all-rail route from St,
Louis to Toxas, olthor over the Missouri,
Kansas A Texas R. B. via Sedalia, or ovor the
Atlantlo A Paclflo K. R. ria Vinita. For
map, time table, Information a to rate,
routes, Ac, we refer our reader to S. U.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus, Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General Pasienger
Agent, St Louis, Mo, Question will be choer
ful)7 m4 pmipU? utwercd. t.jjj
THE HEW YOEK
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
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T. A. MARTIN.
Desire to say to their friends and customers, and the public in
, general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
Positively Sell Goois Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
All kinds of Produce bought and sold at the Market Prices 1
Come and see us when you come to town, and we guarantee you
satisfactory dealing. . ' .
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
At " THE OLD CORNER STORE,"
One door West of Court-house, McArthur, Ohio.
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quality of the tone rendered , ,
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Can be obtained only in these Organs.
PEB-EMINENT FOB PURITY OF TONE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED.
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE CNEQUALED. '
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I manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the moat reasonable prices. I am
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EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT!
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
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C0E1TEH FIFTIL - , 1QX
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te., that had the tinplwron to dniuksnaeta and nil.
t ar a trus Mediant, made from the nitive roct
ad btrbtol California, fret from all Alcoholic StimuLnt
her are the Great Blood Purifier and a Lifa-aivii
...m..,.. K sum nvnuraior ana invigontor of u
P'S' .clrrv'n U PO'kmous matter and reetoria
tu blood to a healthy condition, enriching it. refreirua
Jd nmiroratin J both mind and body. They art eat
admini.tration, prompt in their action, certain ia lb
teultt, eile and reliable in all forme ef diteate.
Ha Person cau take these Bitters acem
Of o directions, and remain long unwell, provide
heir bones are not destroyed by mineral poitoa or elh)
aeaus, and the vital organs wasted beyond the poii
DrapepsU or Indigestion. Headache, Pal
a the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightneea of the Cheat. Di;
inett, Sous Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tax
0 the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of It
jeart. Inflammation of tbt Lunge, Pain in the reg ions
he Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoeai
re the oUiprings of Dyipeneia. In these complaint
t has no equal, and ont bottle will prove a better giuu
JMet of its me rite than a lengthy advertisement.
Foi Vesnnlo Coutplatnte, in young or oh
earned or single, at the dawn of womanhood, er In
am of life, thee Tonic Bitters display so decided a
iWe0" improvement is soon perce)
For Inflammaterjr and Chronlo JRheN
jaatltm snd Oout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Biliom
(eminent and Intermittent Fevers, JJiseaies of 14
Hood, Liver, Kidneys snd Bladder, ilieaa Biiure ha.
jtea most eucce.iful. Such Diteates ars caused b
'mated Blood, which is generally produced by deranet
lent of the Dieeative Omm
Thor are at Gentle Puraratlva as well a
I Tonic, poiMumg alio the peculiar merit of actia
S a powerful agent 111 relieving Congestion or Inflaa
utioa of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilion
For (kin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Sail
thetint. Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Cat
W..CV, sviiiK-wuime, ocaiu-rieaa, sore ayes, brj
pelae. Itch. ScuHi DiKolorationa of the Skin. Hma
nd Diseases of (he Skin, of whatever name or naturt
KB literally dug up snd carried out of live system in
urt tims by the use of these Bitters. One bottle i
ach cases will convince the most incredulous of the
urative effect., '
Cleans the Vitiated Blood whenever yo
ltd its impurities bursting through the akin in Pimple,
.ruptiofli, or Sore. : cleanes it when you find it oh
nicttd and sluggi.li in the veins ; desnee it when it
ml ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the bloa
uwiiu 01 me eyitem will follow.
Grateful thousands proclaim Vihio Bit
os ihs most wonderful Invigorantthat ever sustains
Pin, Tape, aud other Worms, lurking r.
1 system of so many thousand., art effectually d
royed and removed. Says a distinguished physio!
Jut! There is scarcely an individual upon the face of in
Irtb whose body ii exempt from the presence of worm.
: is not upon the healthy elements of the body tha
orms tiiat. but unon the diuaud h
iposits that breed these living monsters of distaie! '
io system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no snthelraioj
ks, will free the system from worms like these Bit
Mechanical Dlseaaea. Persona nnnl h
aims sad Mineral, such as Plumbers, Troe-aetten
old-btatera and Miners, aa thev iilnnn . lib. l
s subject to paralysis of the Dowels. To guard again!
lis taks a dost of Walksr's Vinboak Uittsss one
r twice a week, ss a Preventive.
Bilious, Remittent, and Iuterniltltn;
'overs, which are so prevalent in the valleys of ou
reai rivers tiironpiioui me uiiuea aisles, saiieciali
lose of the Mississippi Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Men
ssaet, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra 101
lio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Koan
as, jamei. aim many others, wall their vast Inuuta
es, throughout our entire country during Ilia Summe
nd Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons
nusual heat snd dryness, sre invariably accoinpanis
y extensive derangeineuls of the stomach and liver, in
thsr abdominal viscera. There are always more oT les
Detractions of the liver, a weakness and irritable atat '
f tho stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, beia
logged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
lent, a purgative, exerting a powerful Influence una
less various organs, is essentially necessary. There i
o cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. J. Wancss'
'luinn H r it ... Ba Im ...ill .... . .1 ! 1 .. .1.
- - ..ivy n,.. B I 'I ..... I J ICIII.T, II,
arkolored viscid msiter with which the bowels sr
xaded, at the same tims siiinulaiine the secretions r
ss liver, snd generally restoring the healthy fuiicliou
1 ine aiseei ivs organs.
Scrofula, or ICIuir's V.ril, While Swellingi
Ilcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulou
ntammations. Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Al
Ktions, Old Sores, Eruplions of the Skin, Sore Eve.
tc, etc in these, as in sll other consliliilKin.il Oil
sses, Wai. Ken's Vinioas Bittbns have shown thei
real curative powers in the most obstinate and inirac)
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitter
Ct on all these cases in s similar manner. Ily purifyin
he Blood they remove the causa, aud by resolving aws
is effects 01 me innammation (the tubercular deposiu
it affected parts receive health, snd a permanent cur
The properties of Da. Walkis's Vmaca
Iittsbs art Aperient. Dianhoretic and C.iimiiianv.
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Couutcr-lrri
ant, audorinc. Alterative, and Anti-Uthous.
The Aperient snd mild Laxaliva properties e
)a. Walkss's Vinhoas Birraas are the best safe
aard in all cases of eruptions and malifjuant feven
heir balssmic, healing, and soothing proierties protet
hs humors of the fauces. Their Sedative proiertie
llay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and boweli
ither from inflammation, wind, colic, crampe, ell
Their Counter-Irritant influence extend, throutrhoii
he system. Their Diuretic properties set on tlie Kid
eye, correcting snd regulating the flow of urine. Thei
tnti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the seer
ion of bile, snd its discharges through the biliary duett
nd are superior to all remedial agents, fiir the cars
lilious Fever, Fever snd Ague, etc.
Fortify the bodjr against dlasase by puri
ring sil its fluids with Viniigas Uitteks. No en!
.emic cen isict notu 01 a eyscem inus loreannea. 1 n
ver. Ills stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, and th
erves are rendered disease-prool by this great Inns
Directions. Taks of the Bitters on roinr to he
t night from a half to one and one-half wine-glassful
tat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutiq
nop. vcmsun, ruasi ovei, na vcgeiauies, sna lax
ut-door exercise. 1 hey sre composed oi purely veget
bit ingredients, and contsin no spirit.
'.WALKER. Proo'r. B.H. McDON ALD eV Ct.
Drugrists snd Gen. Agts., San Krsncisco, Cal.
, snd cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New York
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALER".
matt Ohio, Vinton County.
Martha Pearco, Plaintiff, 1
Edmund D. Clnrk and James Gaines. De
In Vinton County Court of Common Picas.
PURSUANT to the command at nn n.
of Salo issued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, Ohio, I will offer for
.ale at the door of the Court House, In the
1 owu 01 atcAiiiiur, v in ton County, Ohio, on
Monday, the 3d Day of February,
t tho hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of sslrl r1. th
ibllowiiig described lands and tenemeuta, to.
Eighteen foot In vrltllh off tho West aitlo of
iu-iui mimuur uno iiuniiraa ana KlKhty (ISO)
in the town of McArthur, as rocorded in the
,ilntof snid town.
AupiaiHttd at uno Hundred nd Blxty-flve
Oollurs (105.00,) and must bring two-tliirtlsof
ihat Hum. ,
Oiilerutl to bo sold as the property of Jamoa
iialns and wife to satixiy an order of sals is.
sued from tho Court of Common Plena in fa.
vov of Mnrtlut I'i'ttrce.
Terms or Sale: cnh in hnml at tim tim.
of Sale. DANIEL BOOTH.
. HIierllT Vinton Co.
H. C. JONI8. A tt'y for Pl'ff.
, January 1, 1873-6W. ,
DU, CROOK'S WINE OP TAB
foal lina nmvpd Dr.tJmk
tlinii any nlinlli
Ilia puldlo. It is rich
the niedictual qualities
Tar, and uneqtiitlodi
dlneHswa of tlie 1 bruavs
.sssra, rrforruli) U
(vhT aadlWds. ItbHeiroi ,
man V antlaWasm rs a4asI.M
ami Ilraaschllla. thai
is. uwa luviiuu uooa
ipeelflo for thea eon
Eliilnta. ForPsUnaiii s
Irraat, Ues or linr-g
tiravrl ss KlUnAy t
vwsms 1 laeaaea of U 10 IT Ms
arjr Orsrassa, Jnutwllw
or any lilestr (isMuiiiata
- ' il. IIH. I... V11UIM, .
It la also aaperlop Tnl.
HesUres she Agtl4.
tee lore Use Weak anl Itulta4es1,
I'anam. tl H'oo.1 l(laeer
KemrsYea l.vpepalr aixl (mlKit.iua
sraonts nHlarltsuM aV'ejveri
Blvesi teas toysaraytsia.
HDEEW SALTS, IIIHOE. ,
State of Ohio, Vinton Co.
Notice Is hamlry irWen that fleorge AMU.
ruanlliin of Andrew Snlu, a Mlnnr, hiss iiwd
hen;ln his aei-nitnt with said ward for naitlul
aettltwnt; and that tlie.smo Is set Jor hcai lnr
uiiiiiM eoui hut 01 January, a. . ltna, at lu
,1'eloek, A. M. L y. MAYO,
LJ ciw:p,, a. h. ?
Vlnejrar Bitter sra not a vile Fsncv Drin)
pads of Poor Rum, Whiikey. Proof Spirit, snd R.ftu
Kjuora, doctored, ipictd, and awettentd to plus tt
awe. ca iea - Tom