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The McArthur Enquirer.
J. W. BOWKN, Editor and Fubllsher,
MoARTIIUB, OHIO, - FEBRUARYS, 1878,
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J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
McARTHUK, OHIO. .
NO BUSINRS3 DONE ON SATURDAYS,
Dolliso.v property to rent
from March 1st,
It is about time for valentines
.to begin to make their appear
ance. Friday, the 14th, inst., ia
St. Valentine's Day.
W. J. Ranneixs, Sergeant-at-
Arms and Post Master of the
Ohio Senate, will accept thanks
for sundry documents.
R. Belt's Foundry, at Logan,
was partially destroyed by lire,
Saturday night week Cause un
knwon. Loss from 3,000 to
5,000. No insurance.
T A 1 i i f
Liist oi letters remaining in
the Post office at McArthur,
Ohio, Febuary 1st, 1873:
Lettie Ansel, John Brooks,
M. S. Beebe, Mrs. Cena E. Dra
menon, Washington Hook,
Mrs. Mary Ann Murphey, Miss
Emna Paine, Miss Cal. Wolts,
John Vard.
J. N. MCLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Important to Advertisers.
The McArthur Enquirer, hav
ing a large circulation through
out the county, is the best me
drum through which business
I men can reach the public.
Advertisements inserted in
The Enquirer and The Chris
tian Witness at low rates.
E. D. Dodge, of this town,
owns a fine wool ewe, from
which nine pounds of goi
washed wool were shorn last
June. This ewe now has a
pair of twins lambs, just one
month old, which 19 and 20
pounus. iso wool grower in
Vinton county, takes better
care of sheep than Mr. Dodge.
'
Farewell Sermon. Elder II.
A, Pallister will preach his
wewell sermon at the Chris
tian Chureh next Sabbath after
noon, at 3 o'clock. We regret
to say that Bro. Pallister is
preparing to remove to Canton,
Stark county, Ohio, but he
carries with him from this place
to his new field of labor the
best wishes of many warm
friends.
To those of our subscribers
who have renewed their sub
scriptions for the present year
and paid up arrearges, we are
very thankful. - We hope those
who have not yet renewed their
subscriptions' will do so soon.
We need money and will be
obliged if those indebted to us
will remember us.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Post of-
tfice atZaleski, Ohio, on the 1st,
of Febuary: Will II. McKin-.
jiy, Morgan Driggs, Mrs. S. J
filler, 2; James Scott, Cas-
ner Larick. Olarisv Loftens.
Archibold Howe, J. K. Robin
sou, W. . Willson, Wallace
Wood, Wm. A. -Wijson, Miss
Mary Wilson, Andrew Chine,
Miss Mary Collins.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
There are a large' number of
men in Vinton , county, ; who
haVe read the Enquirer nearly
every week for the past year,
wit are not subscribers and do
not nav a cent for their readme.
w e admire their good taste in
reading, but disapprove of the
jVay they secure it. Come to
he office, come in without
;nocking at the door, and pay
s $i.50 and have the Enquir-
r sent to you .for one year.
[COMMUNICATED.
Terrible! Terrible!!
Ma. Editor: What a terrible
passion the colord gemmau
Mr. Raper, from "way down in
Alabama," has lashed himself
into ! What a torrent of adjec
tives and expletives he pours
forth at ono blast upon a sor
rowful and startled public.
Blood and murder I Fire and
brimstone ! Big wild-cats, hy
enas, tarantulas, and stinging
scorpians ! How lie flies about
since these cold days hath
come ! What is it all about ?
How grand he must feel since
going to the bedside of Mrs.
Catlin and abusing her while
sick! The town can't hold
him! The despised creature
can't, let any one alone ! Her
wick has displeased him; Cur
poole is wrong; Nelson Ilrcn
. i ij i i
mono uon i suit mm ; ohivel is
wrong; McGillivrav is wrong ;
Belford, Davis, or somebody
else is guilty of attending to
their own affairs, which is all
wrong; Judge Craig is teach
ing school in the country; II. C.
Jones has "sold out;" Potter
never can suit him; neither can
any oilier person please this
colored brudder who bath come
from the Alabama State, via
Chillicothe, to abuse the good
natured people of this com
EAGLE.
Hamden.
This village is blessed with
two Sabbath Schools, both in a
prosperous condition.
Our village is still ahead!
On Saturday two young couple
representing themselves to be
from Zaleski, visited this place
and spent most of the (Jtiv in
getting outside of a good deal
of whiskey, and promenading
e streets with their arms
wound aflectionally around
each other's waists. What next?
Is there no law to reach such
j . . .. .
cases, and restore girls ol 14
and 15 years of age to their
parents, or had we better adopt
the free love system and all
ake a hand together? '
mi t i in
ine mud in tins village is
over boot tops and "still rain-
0, for a plank! a boat
"dug-out 1" or anything to save
us irom a niudciy deatn.
The doctors, shoe-makers,
and undertakers are all very
busy at present in this muddy
village.
The sages of this village
spent their ' leisure hours in
trying to find out whether
Moses was a prophet or not,
Can't some one tell them ? ,
Job Printing.
Do you want posters?
Do you want hand-bills?
Do you want business cards?
Do you want a neat bill-head?
Do you a tasty letter-head?
Do you Want a nice visiting
card? Do you want anything
in the printing line: If so,
eave your orders at The En
quirer oinoo or J.UE christian
Witness office, where all work
is done in the neatest style under
the superintendance of DeNard
Montague, a most careful and
experienced printer. Come and
see specimens and lean) prices.
At the lust examination of teach
ers, tne ioiiowtng named persons
sons recciycif certificates :
w
For 18 months Chas. B. Taylor.
For 12 .months Sadie Johnson,
Mary L. Hawk, Helen Holland,
Eliza Bothwell and It. W. McCol-
om. .
For 6 fnonthi rMaggle Buskirk,
Lizzie Swepstone, Maggie Salts,
Rebecca Cottrill, Sallie Pilch'er,
Dora Swain, Sallie Andrews, and
. G: Darby.
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board Examiners.
The Rayher estate sold at
Sheriff's sale, on partition, on
Saturday last. A 165 acre tract
near Rehoboth to Benj. Nutter,
of Hocking county, for $3,902.
he lour acre tract near Re-
oboth to Samuel Koons for
$145. , The two hundred acre
tract near Gore, Hocking coun-
;y,to Bern. Nutter for $7,007
New Lexington
Herald.
It is well worth while to
save your, papers and have them
bound. A few years will make
it the most entertaining volume
you can possess. All the laws
oi association make it more or
less a history of yourself and
friends. Names, dates, facts.
are preserved for you in the
most accessible manner. Over
it you may cry at your follies,
and rejoice in view of the facts
that led you to prosperity,
It
records the history ofa town
or county, and this is but
epitome of universal history,
an
During the past eight days
enuing Sunday afternoon, the
people ol tins region were fa
vored with fine sleighing,
Mere submission to authority
will not develop a fine charac
ter. It depends entirely on the
quality , oi tne authority.
DIED.
T ... II T i W" 01 "TRICK
i .''u luwnsnip, mreo inllos
cast of McArtlmr, Hged about 54 yeari.
The deceased win born In Ireland, and h.,1
uvea iu t tin country about 21 years.
Special Notices.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, 0,
Settlement Notice, All Dersons knowing
llicmsolvos Indebted to the firm of Richmond
llunw, aro requested to call immediately
auu settle accounts. Wo cannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, and pay our
ownoins. RICHMOND A HUHS.
October 8, 1873 tf.
For Ayer'i Medicines,, go to G. W. Slsson'a
Chapped liamU, face, rough skin. Dimples,
ringworm, wilt-rheum, and other cutuneous
affection cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using the Junipor Tar Soap, made
uy taswoll, Iluwird 4 Co., Now York. Bo cer
tain to get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there aro
many worthless imitations made with common
W. K. Elliott's Illustrated 1'lant and
Sbkd Catai.oopk mailed Free to all appll
cants. W. R. ELLIOTT.
Jnn.29-lra 114 Market St., Pittsburgh,
The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil
it Hazard 4 Caswell's, made on the sea shore,
from fresh, selected llvors, by Caswell, Haz
ard lo., ftewiork. It Is absolutely pure
anu sweet. Patients who have once taken It
prefer it to all others. Physicians have decided
it superior to any of tho other oils in the mni -
kCt. Dflt'4.1!!r
For Fine Perfumery, go to Slsson's Drue
store.
That "Unte" ricture.-Tlie Western
Postal Record, published at Chicago, the
mosi rename postal paper in the Union, savs
"How It is that the proprietors of Our
subscriber a bcnutilul rlimnmnf mvon i.,,.i,;
iivivijiiiH rn I'HIl IllVR IVIV tn mm.-
urn wniin l-eians everywhere at 110, is more
than we can tell. But thnviln u if i.
certainly an elegant picture. Tho sublect is
iiuwt iiieasing, aim hwiii be a beautiful or-
numont to any household. OUR UnKmnR
( kiknu has attained a verv lariro elirnlniin,,
and Ih firmly estaliliahed as ono of tho leading
The Itest Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quecnswnrc, Glassware, Notions, &c.
can no nun nt Davis Duncan's Store, In Za-
lexkl, at all times,
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of everv
description taken in cxclinngo for goods, at
ms store. In connection with ills store he has
a Saddlo and Harness Shop, mid will repair
anything in that lino on short notice and at
low figures, Go and soo him. tf
Pr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O,
emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
boiith-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic A Pacific
Kailroad Company offers 1,800,000 acres of land
iu Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to r.i per acre, on seven years' tlmo, withfrqp
transportation from 6t. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climnte, toil, timber, mineral wealth,
scnoois, cnurciies, aud law-abiding society In
vitoomigrAuU from all points to this land of
fruits and, flowers. For particulars address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-ly
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sls
son's.
ir. n.j. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, 0.
Five Hundred Thousand.-BOO.OOO bottles
of Greene's August Flowor havo been sold in
this State in throo months. Wo only ask you
to go 10 tne nmg stores of Gunning or SIsson
McArthur, Ohio, and gotabottlorM ofehargt
or a regular size at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to euro Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick licadacho, Costlveness, Heart
burn, watorbrash, SnurStomach, Indigestion.
Impure Blood, and all dtscaso caused by Im
pure Jiiooii, or deranged Stomach and Liver,
Try it. G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Jr. J . Bowers, Doutlst, McArthur, 0.
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands havo
already gone, and thousands mora aro turn
ing their eyes towards new homes in tho for-
tlloWcst, Tothoso going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nobraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming.
Nevada, Oregon or California, wo recommend
a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St,
Louis, oyer tlio Missouri Pacific Railroad,
which runs Its fine Day Coaches and Pullman
Bloopers from Bt, Louis to principal points In
tho wen, wltntiut change. Wo beliovothat
tho Missouri Pacific Railroad has the bost
track and the finest and safost equipment of
any line west of tho Mississippi, and its con
nections with roads farther West are prompt
aim rename. Tne Texas connection of tills
rpflil is now completed, and passonirers are
qirurud a first-class, all-rall route from St.
Louis to Texas, either over tho Missouri,
Kansas A Texas II. It. via Seilulla, or over the
Atlantic & Pacific R. K. t(a Vlnltn. For
maps, tlmo tables, Information as to rates,
routes, Ac, wo refer our readers to 8. H.
Thompson, Kastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus, Ohio, or K. A. Ford, General Passenger
Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Questions will ba choor
rully and promptly answered. 1-ly
Git the Best. Now is the time to tub-
ciib0 for the fftarth and Ilonu for 1878. Tho
Publishers have secured t very largo and
most beautiful Tainting, and thoy have had
porrcct copies propared from it, printed eigh
teen times, In colors, to produco tlte beautiful
coloring and shading of tho original.' Few
persons of moans would hesitate to buy this
piovure at sag, hu or iw. But a porfoct copy
Is now within reach, of every homo in Amer
ica. Tliojournnl itself will bo a rich trea
sure in every household. Edward Kggloston
will supply a magnificent now American
story; the general editorial care will remain
as hitherto; and other practical, skilful, In
structive and pleasing writers will constantly
aid them tn providing In Htarth and ffomt a
fount of good things which will make It i most
welcome visitor to every hearthstone and iu
every homo. With all those attractions, and
other improvomonts contemplated, the price
of Iltarth and ffomt will ooutinue at the low
rate or 3 a year, or 4 for UearlS and ffomt
and the Amtrlean AgrleulturM." (With tho
AgrtonlturM there will be presented a most
beautiful Cliromo of an original nlcture
painted expressly for this purpose, entitled,
"MUchlof Brewing," by B. F. Rhinohart.
Sent mounted for only SB cent extra.)
Address Oiunqi Judd A Co., Publishers,
M Broadway, Ngw York City,
o
i
at
to
MARKETS.
Cincinnati, Fohrnary 4. Hran $14 Btva
Ser t ,"9tl"r"' lm n,ut mlddllngrS
.tMa."t.P.JflW5 common white
fiUMH!;!'OiU0 "'""-i common, 10lSo.
Coal 15(4S0e,
Coileo-No change since last wook.
Jiirirs-Hiiiall ut ml.i an.. "
ltor!'U,UrCOn "'WW 1" barrel from
Lemons WW por box.
Oranges-IKKgili ner barrel.
rioiiiwihe iiKirkul is quite dull, the recclnts
...peril MfiT WTxtra
nuiiir-ti uaejii 7B.
Corn-41c.
Oats 8U(cj40(!.
Potatoes-OOfnoo,
IIogs-460(MlW.
New York. Feb
i"l ,... I
n.Z i' '"Kntiy jn buyers' favsr,
Rood to E .r'Sr.S.? '' .','1 au(9i uo;
meal t....,lvT n ;;,?. Y.."" ".'u vora
Whisky steady at (Bwc.
w i l'v ,M ""'Wiflrm; strictly prime
No. 1 Milwaukee, In storo, 1 h: extra choice
No. 8 Duluth, alloat, 7& red Western la
'Mlwa0,'? &! Kood'to ve8ry ho ce
.35.- .ba If y.5?i -malt "."changed'. Com
in .tow ' Wwul - new T S l'SS'' !
Hay and hops unchanged. ' .
uuennngea. Bue;
tivonndflrm. Molasses firm" Now i?
ta&WiiO. Rico rtea.lv .iS. i0W 0l
ar ao-
rleans,
Cride petroleum, c.; refined,' S0320c. Tur.
pontine strong nt 07c. o. lur
mI'T iouV0.''l',a,"d beef unchanged, Cut
moats verv an et: Hnmu nii9 . il..:!,.r...V
BKiaflun. "Mhi.ii.. i.. ' ?rv7.
Xo. Middles lower: short clear, March!
and spot, 7c.; long and short clear
fko'tI'-'0- '-1 weak; West!
i,c., I
March,
ern, 8.
llutter linn: Western.
1520c. Cheese
steady at 1816iio.
h?.!0.S0( rob1r!""'-T Flour steady. Wheat
tl.w,!t I'wor: No. 1 Chicago snrlni;
J"
sojo ; cash, 81Kc. Oats In fair dnmam .,
i?iSJ58W Ryequiot and weak
nolTn' I!,0' iS? U" .Wrk
at 7.iK)c. cash. Hulk meats stHHilv. .iw,..i,i...
7X8XC for 18 to 16 lbs. evorage.
SlwerWuT84"' Uht lights "dull Zl
I'luoscn iiiiLT? iinuirtr urni.. . f
hisky steady at 67c,
Louisville-. Pimnrj.
Bagging quiet at
Cotton quiet: lowmlddllng, 19c.
r lour: market atrnnv ...... m..
A NO. 1. 1825; fnnTv?''",,'.'!.?'0"
fi iuui to. i orn ii rm nt-. 44. inn
i. V" OJU" 1111 on arrival.
1 revisions quiet. Mess pork, 18 for round
1?'19, ?,aS?,n, ca,y,! 6l'oul(lors,6 c.: clear rib
it" '.l7'! l;1!Ja'. -; PlJiu Lams, I
nbi.e"'Jai'"curea n''1.W12Xo..all packed!
Hulk meats nmv. ilmni,!,,.. it,. . ..T.7-. 7.j I
sides, Mo.! clear, KVsiSXZ. Vfl
loose, . Higher f01. packed for raumllnr...
liHril, 8iC.. and 9ci8. rnrnhnl
Whisky linn at 88089c;
" I u.!'.!",a ' M asked; No. i do.. iiaA
MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS.
New York. Fi'linm a a ,,ii....ii r
r,,,,i,v i "or0 n'' tl,ro"KU agencies
liionghout the country are numerous and
, '.I'l'm-nnuuii lur
exchanging their circulation security. Verv
lew yet come from remote points, which are
now oniy Beginning to bo reached by full
not yet been heard from, there isuodala upon
nhlcli to estimate the aggregate applications.
1 ho five per cents in Loudon closed at 81U and
hero at 113, or about a porccut. Dreniiuili.
IS-OIIUOI,IIIILU, IJIIL 114 Ilin I AlltlllUllf linn
luouoy ri eguiar, loaning as high as 1-8 per
day. but tlio c as nir r,it7(Si ...?:.. ... ...i.VTi'
iate most of the day's buHiiiess was'done.
Sterling firm nt ami 9-.
sing at liliffi'"8 ,r0,'U mj t0 m
Loans were at HriM
m Si1.89' W1'"00-"0"' Treasury disbursements
uoyornmonts a trlflj bettor, and steady.
llHlllVUV mnt,....Hnj .....I ...... a...
L i J . . n'. m-.uvunuu iiriner,
Missouri
qwito uuutisuun; ic
nessocs easier.
Virglula(now)
N. tarolnia(new)
" " (old)
Tennessees (old)
fnnwl Rl
Virginia (old 47
Tile stock mni ltnt
oi HX per cent., but prices soou becamo ir
reifiilnrunil in tho aftm 'infill tint mnilin ......
weak and lower, immense tiausactions in
VVcstcru Union, wliich oneneil at mu n,i
lluctn.tted to IK).',', 91, 8IIV, DO;, Hl. 80 90
8B, ICrie next iu fclnToflS
teivst. oneneil ntliyi'. inn. il ......... ..i ... ou,.
0s.'"' 0T. 08!,5- 'i . X. Lake Sho?e
m,?XTfi! n",U3-v Now York Central
108U aud 1U.I. Pan I n V.nil 7H VMS !,,
.V-.Atlantioand Pacific 37?j ami 38f. Ohio
?m ,JiiH?1,9,l,'Uw',49-1i' K11,Mi- Inland
114,'i andllO. W abash 74 aud 7U. Hart
fom and Erie 9 pnd . C. 0. and . C. 41 w '
and 40V. Union V,?.1...'
ostein Common 84,'i, 85, 84), and iiroferred
pt a,ld 2' Hl 'Ut x
FOHEIQN MARKETS.
London. Fcbrnarir i a b u
taii U : li-2n or 1 snr, 'm 7. ,
now
WK;now5s,01;fcrio, 6V ' '
10-40s.
.un w. iiuiiuou petmioum 19K(ai9Vs.
Linseed oil 82s. 16d. Tiirpontluo Ws.fjT
..ivuiiiuu!, roiirunry4. cpttqn hoavyi mid.
t ttttJ??10 mi,a,ll"' OrleansriOkd
Sales 8,000 bales American. 6.000: sieiMtl,itft,
Tl 1 T. t .
and export 1,000 bales. Sales of cottin shipped
from tmv.inunh or Charleston, deliverable this
mouth, 9 ,1.: .hipped from' the ii po 3
rebruarv and Mine b. o i.m i
,i"'!!t,,nCHl f,,rllla ,v'llit0 wheat, 12s. S!d.(at2s. 4d
club, JSs. 8,l(jl8s. 3d.; red spring, Us Z.m.
4d. Flour Sbs.6X Corn, S7j. 6 1"' LanL 44s 9,1
Siec8,012r uraberlan(f middles, 8s" ' short
,iJ Tvi iu ,L ReuoiJ)ts f wheat tho last three
days, 13,000 qrs.; American 4,000 qrs. Roeelpts
of corn samo time, 8,000 qrs., afl Ainoricau .
and fabrios at Manchester dull and not
quotably higher. ' '
gest Tlingin the West I
ATCniSON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE R. R.
Xj-A-JSTIDS!
THREE MILLION ACRES
Altiuttt in and ntav the Arkantat Valltv.
Ms inttt J'ortion I) Kantatl
Elovon yenrs' credit. Seven por cent. Inter
est. icix per cont. reduction to
settlers who Improve.
A FREE PASS TO LAND DCYERS I
THE FACTS about this Grant arT.mtr
rices. Louir Credit, nml a t?i,,.i.. ,i .
ii i : i' . '""r"'i Ki n noil and Hplon
d d C iinatei short and mild Winters: early
lilanting, nud no wintering of Stock: plenty
Kainiall, and Jnst at the right season Coal,
Slono and llrlckon tho Hue; cheap Rules on
. .. I, ' .1 "u ".'""8 wncq nysiiccu
li.tors; lloniostoad nnd I'lu-emntloin i,n
abundunt; a llrt-cln Itailroad on tiiiim.r
'-' loniiigii jti.utoi rioiiucts will pnv
lor l.nncl und Iiniirorenieuts,
13X1 IHE BEST OPPOtlTrui
Y EVER OF-
KUDTO THE PnRI.in. th,Nl7
.,.. I. ...... . . K - I. . wt O"
mo lecent
uu..i..w.iuu ui iiio nuun.
For Circulars aud general Information, ad
dross A. E. TOUZAi ix. '
Manager Land Ucn't,
TOI'KKA KAN.
LEGAL,
DMINISTRATOES' SALE.
In mirsnance of an nnler nt th tw.v,..
Courtof Vinton County, Ohio, we will offer
lor saio, at publio auction, on
Saturday, March 8th, A. D. 1873,
1 o'clock,
i ociock, p. m,, upon the promises, tho
owing described real estato, situate in the
nty ol Vinton, and tho State of Ohi, to-
roiiowin
oun
wit
Beirlnnlnir at tho Xnrth.F..i c
.0.,ltllm..nu"l,M,.r evon J7)i ln Township eleven
til) of Range sixteen (l), In tho Ohio Com
pany's PurchHso; thence west on the north
linn of aalit seetlon. Wfv-fnnr (n hini
lllty (M) links, to the oonter of lllg Ha.:coon
L,rock, thence down said orook to tho mouth of
Hewitt's fork; thence un nni,l iino.ni
tho east line of said toetionj tbenco north
twenty-nine (S) chnins and fifty (60) links to
theplaceof boalnninv. ponliilnlnir nn k,,n.
red and thirtv-six and
acres, bo tho suine moro or less.
Appraised at fSMiUi.ou,
TKKMSOrBAI.lt: One-tllhrl Miah lnh.n.1
third Iu one year, andone iblnl in two years
from tho day of dato. with Interest, the do
furred payments to he socurod hv mortirairs
upon the premises sold. ' .
NATHANIEL R1M0NTQN,
RHOUAO. KUllUUBON
Admliilstrntor and iVilmlnlutrni.w n n,
Jf ''"VwfUU'OB. doieasod.
LANDS.
NEWSPAPEBS.
rjEE McAETHUE ENQUIRES
Newspaper, Book and Job
Printing Establishment
Second Story Uowen's Building, Main Street,
MCARTHUR, OHIO.
THE McARTEUB ENQUIRER
Has Just been enlarged from a 7-colnmn to an
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fhMltl..f I.J AAd.n... L .....
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to
MIO
General News of the Day
Giving a synopsis of events as they occur.
The Interests of our town and county will re-
,.vl..,iivui.i Awvuiiuu, it win, as nor,
tofore, be '
DEMOCRATIC ' IN POLITICS,
And Fearless In the Einmilmi r a.nti.
ments in regard to the rights of the people of
this country; ever opposed to tho wrong.
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS,
The Organ of the Christian Union General
Council of the United 8tates, Is also published
HftVinflr DUrchflHAd HAW tvna nA mni.AHtni
v. ' J 1 uiniciiai
u UUl
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We are now prepared to do all kinds of
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AND
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J. W. BOWEN,-' '
MoArthur, Olio.
t
T. A. MARTIN.
T. .A.. IsA.'RTXHT &c SOIST,
Desire to say to their friends
scuerai, mat mey nave now
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Mini Goocls taper
Do not buy goods before vou
PRICES! '
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
Better Bargains
All kinds of Produce boucrht
tome and see us when you come
satisfactory dealing.
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
At THE OLD CORNER STORE,"
One door West of Court-house, McArthur, Ohio.
SIMMONS & CLOUGfl ORGAN CO.'S
IMP
CABINET
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE
SCItlBNER'S PATENT
m?-f1,T?nt!?n hnvl,! osf Important bearing on tho future reputation of Reed Instrn-
?utl u? '"o usoot which the quantity or Volume of tone Is very largely Increased, aud th.
quality of tho tone rendered
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
Our celebrated " Vox Celeste," " Louis Patent," Vox Humana," " Wilcox Patent," Octave
Coupler, the charming Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, aud
ALLj THE LATE
Can be obtained only
PRE-EMINENT FOR PURITY OF TONE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED.
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
, QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE UNEQUAL JD.
THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES FOB VaRLOR CHURCH.
Prices, - -
FACTORY AND
Corner Sixth and Congress Mts., Detroit, Mich.
Established In 1850. Jfy AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY-
Address,
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
EVERY DESCRIPTION f FURNITURE (f I0BERN STYLES
manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the most reasonable prices. I am
, prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY.
and accompany them with a Hearse,
examine my Stock,
teJ-The,
March 10th, 18
M. 33- Ooolircua cto Co.,
lQl , . LIBERTY STEEETs COENES PITTH. tot
PITTSBXTBO-H, IP JL.,
MANUFACTURERS
3rou ;jtooo
'AND if A1VUFACTURERS iiPPLIES. '' ' '
' ' . . ,. '
Have In Store a full stnrV nt TMr AWW Tr i r nm.nn
!"1 '!ll" acuuneux. r
m l ift
L. DES MARTIN.
and customers, and the public in
m store a Bplendid stock of
AKE
tkm any House ia Vinton Comity !
EXAMINE OTTR RTAPir .nii
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT!
roods onlv fnr HA SIT HT? TT.Q
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
and sold nt, tlia MnrVpf.
to town, and we guarantee you
EVED
OFLGrJH.TSI &
-
NEWLY INVENTED
QUALIFYING TUBES,
IMPROVEMENTS
in these Organs.
$so to fUSOO
WAREROOMS,
pultlio ar larttad to eU and
PARIS IIORTON.
AND DEALERS Ift
; , j iiv ui ILK AI
:
V'""h'"r ,VH '' " '"' '! Fancy Dria)
toJu ol K,r Rum, v i-l., I'roof Spirits and Refui
.upioris d,,i.ior,:.l, -cxcil, a:ul tveaiend to pleata
Mti, Ci,!rJ 'Ti,:,;i," " AppeiiMrs," "Ri.toren,
sc., thai Irad the iipleron lo drunkenneu and rail
ml nro is true Medicine, mads from llm native roa
ndherbjofUsliftirina, free fromall Alcoholic Stimulant
I hey aro (he Great lilood Purifier and a Life-tivir
'nncipe, Perfect Renovator and Invigoratorof tt
jystem, carryiiin oil' all poisonous matter and ramorit
.ie blood to a healtliv condition, enriching it, refrnhii
cid iiiviRorating boili mind and bndjr. They are at
f adininitratioM, prompt in their action, certain in the
seiiln, are and reli.iblt in all forma of (i.eat.
9io Person cull tmUt these Bittera accon
"g to direcliona, nnd remain long unwell, provide
heir bonea are not deitroyed by mineral poiton orothi
leant, and tlie vital orjani wasted beyoud Ilia pail
repair. r
Dyspepsia, or Iurlleratlon. Headache, Pal
il the bhouldera, Conuha, Tightnaaa of th Che.t, Dii
inesi, Sour Eruciatioos of the Stomach, bad Tan
n the Mouth, UiHoiie Auackt, Palpitation of th
leart, Inflainntation of the Lungs, Pain in the regional
lie Kidneys, and n hundred other painful avmplotni
r the offsprings of Dyspepsia. Iti these complaint
t has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better auai
ntee of its merits than a leniriliy adverlitement.
Cor Fornnlo Coiunlalnta. m
named or single, at tlie dawn of womanhood, or th
urn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided
"bl" " nl',rl", ""Pfo'ement is soon perca
For Illflamiiiatorv and Chratala Bhia
liatlsui and Gout, Dyspepsiaor Indigestion, Uilioui
temittent and Iulerinilieut Fevers, Diseases of th
llood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Billers hav
een most successful. Such niu,u. ar ...aj h
'itiated Blood, wlrcli is generally produced by derann
lent of the Digestive Oreans.
The- are a Geutlo PnrgallT as well a
iToule, possessing also the peculiar merit of actio
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflan
ittion of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and iu Bilion
liseasss.
For Skin Disease. Erunt ions. TettKr lli
Lheuin, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boila, Cat
uncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, ErJ
pelas. Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations of the Skin, Humot
ud ptseases of the Skiii, of whatever name or nature,
re literally dug up and carried out of the system in
ort lime by the ua of these Bitters. One bottle i
ai. cam win convince tne most incredulous of thai
urMive effects.
Cleanse the VltlaOd ninnrf
nd its impurities Bursting through the skin in Pimples.
ruptions. or Sores:
cleanse it when you find it ob
nicted and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when i
it I .
ml: your feelmes will tell vou when. If.r. ,1,. I.l.
lire, and the health of the system will follow.
Grateful thousands proclaim Vinsoak Bij
as the most wonderful Inrigorant that ever susiabe
e sinkinj system.
Pin, Tape, nntl oilier Worms, lurking i,
is system of to many thousands, are effectually de
roved and removed. Says s distinguished physio
list: There is scarcely an individual upon tlie face of th
trth whoee body is exempt from the presence of worms
is not upon the healthy elements of the body tha
orma exist, but tmon the diseased humors and tliuv
spoaitt that breed these living monsters of disease,
lo aystetn of Medicine, no vermifuges, no amhelmid.
ice, will fies the system from worms like these Bit
s. '
Mechanical Dlsonses. Persons engaged i
aims aud Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters
old-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, wil
I subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard againt
is take a dose of Walker's Vinegar Uittsis one
r twice a week, as a Preventive.
Bilious, Reinliteut, ami Iiitertiillieni
'overs, which nro so prevalent in the valleys of ou
real rivers throughout the United Slates, asjieciall'
lose of the Mississippi, Olii.s, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
essee, Cuinlierlaml. Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Biaiot
lio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Roan
ke, James, and many others, with their vast tribute
es, throughout our entire country during the Sumsne
nd Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons
nuniai heat and dryness, are invariably accompauie
j extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, an
titer abdominal viscera. There are always moreot lei
attractions of the liver, a weakness and irritable slat
f the stomach, nml great torpor of the bowels, bein
lafcced up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
tent, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upo
use various organs, is essentially necessary. There i
0 cathartic for the purpose equal lo Da. J. Walkuk'
'inscas Hittkrs, as they will speedily remove th
ark-colored viscid matter wiih which the bowels ar
aded. at the same time stimulating the secretions c,
ie liver, and generally restoring the healthy function
f the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kltitr'a Uvll, White Swelling!
Ilcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrnfulou
nflammationa, Indolent Inflamniaiinnv Mercurial A
ictlons, Old Sore, Eriiniious of the Skin, Sore Evei
tc, etc. In these, as in all other coiisliiutinn.il Dil
tses, Wai.kkx's Vinkqsr Hittshs have shown thai
real curative powers in tin most obstinate and liilract
lile cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar slitter
ct on all these cases iu a similar manner. Hv nurifyiu
us Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving awa
te eTects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposit!
is alTecied parts receive health, aud a permanent cur
1 effected.
The properties of D. Wai.krr's Vihroa
Iitters are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative
futritious. Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-liri
int. Sudorific, Alterative, and Antl-llilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxaiive properties
R. Walkik's Vinkqar litTTitSH are the best safe
nard in alla cases of eruptions And malignant feven
leir balsamic healing, anf) soothing proerties protet
ia humors of tho fauces. Their Sedative propertie
Hay pain in the nervous system, stomach, aud boweli
ither from inflammation, wind, coiic, cramps, en
'heir Counter-Irritant influence extends thronijhou
ie system. Their Diuretic prniertiet act on the Kid
eye, correcting and regulating the flow of in ine. Thei
uui-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the sect
on of bile, and its discharges through the biliary duct!
nd are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure
lilinus Fever, Fcvi r and Aoie, etc.
Fortify the body ntraliiet tt Weave bv purl
.'ing all its fluids with Viniioa Hitthiis. Nu ep
emic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. Tit
ver, the stomach, the boivcls, the k'dneys, and t
ervei are rendered disease-proof by this great iuvie
rant.
Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to be
might from a hilf to one and one-half wine-glassful
Ut good nourishing fond, luch as beef steak, nmttn,
'top, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and laR
utdoor exercise. They are composed of purely voget
ble ingredients, and contain no spirit.
WALKER, Prop'r. R.II. McDON AI.D di C.
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San francisco, I al.
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., Ne w V. i'-
OLD BV ALL DRUGOISTS AND PEAt l::'.
(r BEST IN THE WORLD. tjT
Kew York Offloe, 27 BEEEMAB ST.
TTA.CHMENT NOTICE !
Thomas Mellor, Flalntiff, -agniust
John Betz, dofenilant and principal, and the
Marietta A Cincinnati IUllrouil Company
as reorganized, tinrnlshee.
IN ATTACHMENT. ,
OARNISHKK. Boforo Henry Robertson, J.
P., of Madison township, V inton Co., O.
N the 6th day of January, A. D. 1873, said
j '.Justice iiwiied an order of attiu'hment aud
garnishee Iu the almve action, fnr tho sum of
forty dCllai" anil nlno rents (WO 00) principal,
and'flftet.'n dollars, (,15 00,) probable costs of
said action... ...
Bald caustir was continued for publication
until t o'oloi'k a. m., of tho 8Mb. day of Febru
7, A. D. 18fra.(nMA9 jjjjLLon, rialntlff.
January S,lbT8..Sw
JTEW BOOT AiND SHOE SHOP.
THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL .
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Sixers, fc,
Mndo Expresuly for My Trade by (he
BE8T
and or
THE VERY BEST MATERIALS I
An experience of many years In the msuu-
uKimnvi uiww ana Biioee, enitblus
me to suit the wants of every
body. Call at my
SHOP IX DODGE'S BVllDIHQ, If AIM ST
MoARTffVRyOUJ'J,
and I will provo It to yon. I w i ,h yott to exam-
.un(.oviuivusui my wuta BI1U 1UH! U t I1B
KXTREMKCY LOW PRICES I
And t am suro you will be pleatod.
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RXPAmoDoirx in rax jbkststyh
Those In want of anyOilriff in mv un should
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