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The Mc Arthur Enquirer.
J. W. BOWEX, Killtor and Publl.her.
.MClKTIIl i:, OHIO
KkubPary 5,1818,
Miscellaneous Reading.
Northern Sunsets.
To all the Northern nations these
HiinsflU are tho compensation for
the long dark nights and misty
diiys that fill so large a share of
time. Though we could ransack
the globe for contrasts, we could
probably find that nature contains
not the elements of any more mar
velous than those that, out of her
mere atmospheric apparatus ol sun
shine and shade, and mist and rain,
sue tun create upon any 01 our
western sea lochs. Behold it, or
rather experience it, on a cold, wet
morning. The sea seems inky
black, save where its angry white
hps snarl upon the rocks. On this
headland the clouds move about
restlessly, seeking for an abiding
pluce; on that other they have set
tled down, an impenetrable gloomy
shroiul; and so you stand shivering
on tho small slippery jetty, waiting
for the steamer with its damp cargo
of uncomfortable, discontented hu
inanity.
But ere evening the M ind is hush
ed, the clouds have taken wings
and flown away over tho wide
heavens. The sun is just descend
ing behind the headland that was
shrouded, and its shape is revealed
in purple enamel set on a bed of
gold that seems to steep every ob
ject in its devine splendor. Well,
we must not admit the Norse sun
set to bo essentially more beautiful,
but it is of far longer abiding, aud
it covers a far wider canvass. The
lover of our sunsets can imagine
what it is to have the scene for sev
eral hours, and to watch its splen
dors passing over a hundred miles
of fiord, with its many little creeks
branching from right to left, and
the infoldings of its countless
mountain openings. Such gor
geousuess as some of these sunsets
east around would tire the senses if
they were more frequent than they
are, and we become more than con
tent to vary them with more color
less harmonies of sea and sky. And
old ocean can be no less gentle and
benign within the rocky prongs of
the urou than in the Mediterranean
bay, where the inspired boy sang
"Tho sun Is warm, tho sky is clear,
The wuves are dancing fast and bright,
Bine isles and snowy mountains wear
Tho purple noon's transparent light.
I see the deep's tint ram pled shore.
With green and purple sea weeds strewn;
I sec tltu n aves upon the shore,
Like liirht dissolved iu slur shower thrown."
[Blackwood.
Too Poor to Take a Paper.
Moore, of the Rural New
Torlcer, was sitting in his office
one afternoon, some years ago,
when a farmer came in and
said :
"Mr Moore, I like your pa
per, but tunes are so hnru that
I cannot pay for it."
"Is that so, friend Jones?
I'm very Korry to hear you are
so poor; if you are so hard run
1 will give you my paper."
"Oh, no ! T can't take it as a
-ift."
"Well, then, let's see how
we can iix it. You have chick
ens, I believe.''
"Yes, a few, but they don't
bring anything, hardly."
Don't they ? Neither does my
paper cost anything hardly.
Now, I have a proposition to
make to you. I will continue
your paper, aud when you go
home you may select from your
lot of chickens one, and I will
call it mine. Take good care
of her, and bring me the pro
ceeds, whether in eggs or
chickens, and Ave shall call it
square."
"All right, Mr. Moore," and
the farmer chuckled at what lie
thought a capital bargain. He
kept the contract strictly, and
at the end of the year found
that he had paid four prices
for his paper. He often tells
the joke himself, and he says
that he never had tho face to
say he was too poor to take '4 1
paper fmin that day.
M. A.B. Mri;lCK) 0f Rfci,.
laud townp, Fairfield county,
Obii, lately, while paying his
taxes, produced an old tax re
ceipt ot 1810, in the name of
William Wilson, and signed by
Hugh Andrews. This receipt
bore quite a dilapidated appear
ance, k'ing in me of a quarter
. o i i j
sneer iooiscap, uuu wnucn m u
hold ordinary round hand,
made it appear still more novel.
It contained a description of
certain lands lying in Kich.
land and Rushcreek townships,
in this county, and ono parcel
that now ' belongs to Perry
county, amounting in all to V
,083 acres, the taxes on which
were S1070A 'cents, including
a delinquency on ICO acres', of
the year lbll. Hie taxes on
tho 'same lancls would now like
. ly W about 8250, -"without any
UTmquency. 11 the inorcasu
f taxational tho nextfiO years
, u ill bo as-'great as in1 the GO
, that have passed, it will make
the owners, Bauirnt to meet
-
,
'
portion of this increase has
been since 1860, during which
ume tno government has been
controlled by the Radicals.
A union has been formed
between the Democrats and
Liberal Republicans of New
York.
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PROSPECTUS
—OF—
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS!
In resuming the publication of
The Christian Witness on a perma
nent basis, we take pleasure in as
suring the readers thereof, and the
Christian Union Churches in par
ticular, and the public in general.
that no more suspensions are
take place.
to
J. W. Bowen, of MeArthur, Vin
ton county, Ohio, has become the
Publisher for the Christian Union
General Council of the United
States of America, of The Christian
Witness and its other literature, by
an arrangement with him, well se
cured, by the Committees of the said
General Council and Ohio State
Council. The Christian Witness
is tho Organ of the said Christian
Union General Council. The Ed
itor of the General Union contin
ued by the authority of the Council
in Salem, Illinois, in May, 187!
will have the sole control of the
Literary department of the paper,
and from his attentive labors of
of the past, we feel certain that his
efforts and zeal will not lessen in
the future. The mechanical work
of the paper will be executed in
harmony with practical ability,
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upon a new and more secure foun
dation than ever before, and. we
feel free to say to our people: You
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complete unison with the General
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terest. The paper belongs to, and
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United States of America," and its
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and a very important aid in the
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as wel) the most useful and en
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All printing required by the
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circulation. It Is the purpose of
those having the control of the
publishing interest of The Chris-
tun Vitnk88, to have the circula
tion extend to every Union family,
and to "regions beyond." "J
We pray God to bless this deci
ded movement to the honor of His
name and the good of the cause of
Christian Union.
That all our, reader may know
who are the persons having control
of the Publishing Interests of the
Christian ' Union The Chiustian
Witnekb. Jbc theli' names re
hereto annexed: ,
' ELD. "j. V. K. FLACK, id tor.
llainesrlllo, Clinton Co., iU.
;,, w, UOWEtf, PiMiihtr
. i ' MoArthur, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Kid. O. H. V. Abbktt, of Indiana,
K.ld.C.4.JoN,oI lowj.
K1L4. V . . Fi,ac, of Missouri,
Kid. a B . DHOW, of Jlllnol"!
Com'ff
0
JUdiie ..C BBW,W will". 1
JudV!.E.BAW, 0Mmf
blajstik:
BLOTTERS, DAY. CASH,
TIME, BANK,
BLANK NOTES,
DRAFTS & RECEIPTS,
PAPER & EHSrVELOIFIES !
STANDARD INKS
O- SWIFT,
CHI1LICOTHE, OHIO.
ISTo-w Firm !
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Hare purchased O. T. GUNNING'S Drug Establishment,
IN WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
Aud can supply
Choicest Drift Meflicines, CMcals, Paints, Oils, and Dye Sis,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Class, Lamps,
SNIFFS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, BOOKS,
x j i , nuu
Wiuew and Liquors, for
Anil will constantly keen on hand a WELL,
ro usuaiiy in urst-cinss limn sto res, which
Lowest Cash Prices I
1'artirulnr llttAntlnn will ha .Jrl ,l flllinir
tiou, Family Compounds, and pmpirationi of
b pure saiI geuuiue. We invite ifwe wirtiing
minia give mmacuoD.
books,
JOURNAL, LEDGERS. &C.
INVOICE LETTER.
AND STATIONERY!
3Nrxr Firm !
and Choicest Drugs!
the people with the
STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, PER.
n cuoice ioi oi
Medicinal Purposes Only!
SELECTED A&SORTMKNT nf such articles as
will be sold at the
Vlivaicln. ArHura
all kindi. We warrant everv article w toll to
articles in our line to call, a we are conlMent
NURSERY.
"p ATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Mc ARTHUR NURSERIES.
J. & W. GOLD, - Proprietors,
MeARTHlR, OHIO.
In offering; our stock to the trade, we tender
our acknowledgements for the liberal pat
ronage we have heretofore received,
and hope by promptness and strict,
integrity in business to merit
the support and confidence of
the public. Our stock ot
APPLE TBTJE3 I
Is large and fine new vai'letle-.. Our
Peach, Cherry, Fluni,
E VERGREEN TREES !
GRAPE VINES, Ac,
VVM surpass any w t have ever before offered.
fisOrders solicited and promptly filled.
trip-l'leaie h md for a Catalogue.
Iwfte)
'FURNITURE.
JSIABLISHED IN 183ff.
"I'nK LAUOK.tr AND BKHT RTOCK lf
ETURNITUR.'ES
ffMI 01' TUB MOUNTAINS,
OF OUK OWN MANUFACTURE, w til be
found at the ILiMltOTH rUBHiTUHE 8 TAB
ulauAbXI A ul
C. Q. HAMMER &. SOiN,
The newest and most approved styles of Fline
una medium r uruiturc, in larger variety uia.a
any other House, at very reasonable prions.
I'ersons furnishing houses would do well to
write for our new circular, or when in Pitts
burgh we respectfully solicit a visit lo our
warerooius. ima i lorgct me piace,
46, 48 & 50 Seventh Avenue.
riHSDurgQ. ra.
We Challenge the World In urlce f.vr
the sume quumy ot material and workman
ship ol'ourKoods. novOT-Vm
CHE0M0S.
6 CHBOIZOS
"Casio w Hiscmrr," "goos itoiimit,"
10,000 HOW TO OBTAIN IT J
AGENTS WANTD.-Partlcutarsind sam
ples sent on receipt of stamp. NO CAPITAL
NECKbSAKY. Address
M. DUTTOS CO.,7M Broadway, K. Y.
rjatarrli, Consumption and Bhnamstlsra
j irammiinte relief and
auarantenl in every ease.
J Immediate relief and a permanont cure
Par
srticulnrs sent
free. Address tJLINTON MEDICAL IXSTI
TUTfc, 141 Kast Kith St., N. 1
rtUROKS OF YOITTHRules and Pre
fj scrlptlnns that will euro any cass of ftem
(nal W cakness, Kmlssions, Ac., and restore
lost manhood to perfect health, Kent t'ltxK
to ALL, br one who has suffered aud Is now
cured, Address, with stamp, Kdoah Trk
maikV, Station I)., titw York.
TOVE AND MATRIMONY.-ThranVtlon
J may lie R-alned by following simple rules,
and all may marry happily without regard to
I
V" bFRute rio wires" "Bdmvct. nowus." J
"AWAJUrtaWAlLKkr,"
wiik tin ixirric wkikit wkui.t nan-
TIAM AT WOkC (CmHs.UI), br ttM. g
Tira r ttmChnnos an tk Hm f WU
Amks4l'MiAilMyl"ik4sA M .
smmwAsI small. M
SikHritM fcnliM AT OHC
, wilt tkat CkntM. M
AGENTS
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Wlt -ttST
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FOUNDRY.
JJAMDEN FOUNDRY.
Ihe Hamden loundry Company
Having purchased this wcU-kuon-n Foundry ,
i iiamucn, in ion lountv,- unio, aim sup
p led it with all tho ;
Litest Stylet of FttUrni anil Maoklnery.
At great expense, are now manufacturing
every ucscripuon oi
t'OIXOW WARE, PLAIN' HEAVY CAST
STOVES, GKATKS. FKONT9,
CANE MILLS. WAGON"
BOXES, PLOWS,
And Casiings of Every Description.
The attention (f tlw public it called to the
jrc at variety of
COOK AND PAEL0E STOVES'!
Which ttiey ro enabled to sell cheaper than
elscwhei Tbejreat advantage of pnrclias
ins; Stove.' at tliu Foundry Is, you don't have
to 'pay exo."blt"'t prices for odd pluten for re
pairs as you do when you purchase cUlwhere.
a gooa asso numuiui
T I ."NT W A. 33 33,
Sheet Iron & Copper Ware,
Kept on hand. This Foundry, M"K n
HOME INSTITUTION,
And the propriotor practical worknienV 'ho
attend strictly to basniens, we can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them direct to tho people at the
wholesale prices lot which the came goods arc
offered by Vinton Omnty dcalcrx. If yon
want a good artiolo at a low price, give u'fc a
call.
Highest price paid tor old Hra-n, Copper,
ami Scrap Iron.
I'ersons desiring Castings for I'atent Itights
will please send us their orders.
Repairing of all Kinds Neatly Doxk.
. IIAMDKX you X DRY COMPAKY,
September S3, 18TS. Heed's Mills V, O.
POST-HOLE BOREE.
JBA HAET,
I'ateutee and Manufacturer ol'
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Solo Borers, &c.
Clarksburg, West Va.
TO K Grist Mills, being portable, are on
Iron Irramc, and
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And tlie bent Mill ever made for nil kiml of
frrindiiis;: cau lie easily Hi Inched loSnw .Mills
vr any iximr power, and wnrrnntcd to grind
Klour and Meul of a superior 'innlitv nl
grestcr rate of speed thim liny other Mill,
without lienlinir or oilier dillieulty the
weight lining 1,44)0 pounds, occupying 'only 8
tun squitre on the floor. Will grind tin to'flO
lumhelH per hour. If within thirty ilavs, the
Mill does not prove snili-fm'tory, it mny'hc re
turned and mone) nud all charge refunded.
Hart'H Post-Hole Horer,
giiaranieeft to make two holes to
one of any other; does lit work mii
ff Idly and perfectl)'.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONE DAT!
No funlt enn he found with It alter
trial. Sent to any one on trial who
will send me the endorsement of the
1'oit Master. A genu wanted.
lit A Il iltT,
Clarksburg;, W. Vs..
Farmers and others ran see the
I'oBt-Ilole iiorer at the Enuurek
1 Office.
WATCHES. &o.
ATCHE3 & JEWELRY,
OF EVKKT DEscnirrioK.
Arizona Diamonds !
SKT IN
SOLID U K All AT GOLD
WARRANT VD.? n
No. 38 - - Fifth Avenue
PITTSBURGU.
PROSPECTUS.
TOE GREAT
DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL!
THE 1TEW YOIRiK:
BorLj- "Wood,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
A Miitl Eijli -Pat e Sheet.
Fifty-Six Clumns of Eeading
Matter.
'Contains ALL THE NEWS,
foreign, domestic, political and
general, with full and reliable
market reports. Each number
also contains heveral short sto
ries, and a great variety of lite
rary, agricultural matter, etc.
etc., constituting, it is confident'
ly asserted, the most complete
weekly news- tper in this coun
try.
TERMS. s2 A YJ5AB.
Induce, nts to Clubs!
Five Copies, 1111 '. ear M O 00
Ten C'nplea, nm ear, and an extra
copy to the s idor 15 OO
Twenty Copies, 1 ne year,and an ex-
tra copy to' 1 ruder 35 OO
Fifty Copies, 01 ' year, anil an ex
tra copy to ider ,, 55 OO
Parlies scniling clubs as nlove,
may retain 20 per cent of tho money
received by tlivin, as commission. '
Persons desiring to act as
agents supi 'ied with specimen
bundles, h mjcimen copies sent
free to any address. All letters
should be t!!;ected to
NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
D )Z 3,195,
Hew Yrk City Poit Offlc.
LEGAL.
NOTICE.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Notice Is horebv irlven that sealed nronosnls
will be received at the Auditor's Olllee, in
Mc Arthur, Vinton county, Ohio, until '1 o'clock
r. on
Monday, the lOth Day of Febru
ary, A, D, 1873,
For the building of
TWO COVERED BRIDGES
Across Middle Fork of fiiilt ( reek, in ltlch-
lniid Township, in talil county.
One lli idire about nun mllo west of Allens-
vlllo, near Knoch ltutlcr's Mill, lo lie erected
at tho old brklgo Hite, upon tho old abut
ments. One Krliliro with Stone Abutments, near the
residence of llnri'lmin Lyle, about .'4 mils
south ot Allensville.
CONTKACTOK'S TO FURNISH A1.L
, TIIIO MATKUIAL.
'Inns aud Snecillcntlons nro on file, for in.
spection, at the Auditor's Olllee.
Contractor's :11 be renuircd to Kivo bond
and sei'ui itv to 1 ic sutisfni'tion of thoroiiutv
ComiiilKsiouoiH I'm' the faithful nerloiniiince
01 tno WOl'K.
Tho Coininlssloucrs reserve the right lore
ct liny or nil liiil..
Jec
Ity order of County Cominlssioneis.
YV. W. ItEIiFOKI),
A tuttor, Vinton County,
January 13, lbi3. 4w.
NOTICE.
1 iittlt Til' Till ix- . Tr ....... in.:,.
John Diirbin, (ieoifio Durbin; Jane, wife of
Daniel Horn ; ltebcccii, wife of Kills Ashliurn;
James Durbin. Morris llurhiu. (ieortro lur-
I.j&l 11.11 L.l. ..1 IVIll'. I'Ulllll will,,.
uin, !ni!inci jnirmn, unptisc inn uin, iienjn
m in Durbin, Joseph Durliiu; Anora, wife of
null; iiannan, uaiiKHior or ,ioiin
Durbin, deceased: lind wife of and Marv,
dniiKhterof John Piirbin, deceased: and wife
of ; WilllnmTniUintrer, and Ja
cob Trulllngter, residlns; in Fayette coiintv,
Illinois; Ammi, wife of Mlchnl Mntinirlv:
fn. ...If. nf Vnll.nH f nl....l.r. I. I.....
i.ilti.. hit vi iiuiiinu i.i , , I I t I , .inn, I'm
bin. Alary Durbin and Kinlly Durbin, residiiiK
in MuvkiiiEuni countv. Ohio: Elizabeth, wife
of Martin bugle; John Durbin, William Dur
um, ueorge I'uruin, .lames i ruucniror; Jiinr
tha. wife of Jnsenh llechtol: I.ouImi. wife of
joiin jiiarsiiiiii, resiiiiiiK in ivno county,
Ohio; Francis Durbin and Charles Durbin, lis
sldiiiK in Tuscarawas county, Ohio; Ilirniu
TrullinKor, resldins; In Ashtulmla countv. and
Miciiuei i ruuineer, wuose piaceor resilience
is unknown, will tako notice that Tntrick
Kellv. executor of James Durbin. decent! .1.
of the. county of Vinton mid State of Ohio, ili-l,
on tho 7th day of January, A. D. 1873, tile his
lllill l.U 111 ll.V V.UII, MX VI, llll, ,1111 1 ItTIlO, n lllllll
and for said countv of Vinton aud State of
unio, against tue saiu persons Herein ncnire
mentioned, iieicmiams, netting lortn tnat lie.
Patrick Kelly, was tho duly appointed and
a uuli lied executor of Hie hint will and testa
ment of James Durbin, deceased; that the
persons named in -this notice and made de
fendants in said action, were relatives of the
said James Durbin, living at the time of his
decease; mat ne, ruinca neiiy, as executor,
has disposed of all the property speeillcally
bcniieatheil in said will ns therein iHrei'teil:
and thill Baptist Durbin, defendant, brother
of snid James Durbin, deceased, claims all
the balance of suiil estate to the exclusion of
all the other relatives of said James Durbin;
that in said will there is doubt and anibiiriiitv
as to who is entitled to receive the balance of
said estate; and asking the court for n con
st ruction ot said will, and for direction as to
the manner in which he. tho uniil executor.
shall distribute the funds remaining in his
hands.
Maid petition will be for hearing at the Feb
ruary term of said court, commencing Febru
ary 11th, or us soon thereafter as the same cau
uchearil. PATltlC'K KKLLY.
lJy John Mavo, his Att'y.
. January 8, 1&73-6W.
MEDICINES.
Beware of Counterfeits !
JOB MOSES' AKW$ma
mrM mxttntiwtlu onmfTfliiraiTEn. DUhonat Erur
tUf mndrnvor to Mil (na counttrfetf tomaktrrtaut
priylft. The genuine havi lltt nam of Job Moses
entacri package. Allotten an wortmett imuaiioiu.
The ossnisi Fills are unfailing In the cure of all
those pnlnful and dangerous dlspssei to which th
female constitution Is subloot. Thoy mndrruts all
messes and roinove all obstractloni, from what.
evor cause. .
Tn niAnnTF.n TiAdifs
theyars psiticulurlr suitml. T hoy will In a short
time crlng on tno montny ponoa witn rcnuisrlty;
tndallhoufth very powerlul, contsln nothing hurt
ful to the ponstltution, In all cues of Nervons and
Bplnal Ailiirtioni, F itiia in the Back and Limbs,
F itlirun on tils'', exertion, Pslpltntlon of the Heart,
llvstfirlra and Whites, thov will atl'eet actirawhen
all othor moans b ive foiled. The circulars around
e.vh package give full directions and advice, or
will ba sent free to all writing for them, scaled
rmra ODaorvation.
N. II. In all cioi where tho osseins cannot be
oliLilnd. One Dnllnr enclosed to the Hols Pronrle
tir, JOB MOSKS, 18 Cortlamlt St., New York, will
linre a bottle of the genuine, oontnlntng Ility
Pills, by return mall, cury eealei from any
Hliowiecjffv ftl lie coiueiiv.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
nnVAN'M PlIT.MONin xtavkiin
flnreCocnus, Colds. Astuxi, Brosouitib, 8oni
TiinoAT, HoAnsssass, virriouLT uiisituiso. is
OiriNMT OoNSDMPTioa Aa Ldso Disatsas. They
hare uo tests nf medicine, and any child will take
them. TUousMids havo been restored to health that
had before doepilred. Testimony given In hundreds
of cases. Aik for DllYAN'g fyLMtlNIO WArK9.
Price 3.1 ecu s per box. JOB MOHK8, Proprie
tor, IB OortlnniltS i-eet. Nuw York.
THtfCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
PEIiAMAUKE'r PPKOTFIC PILLS.
Prepared br S. OAHANCIERB
Nil. lt Run Ijimhsrd. Paris.
These ntlls are hluhly reoommendod by the entire
Medical Faculty of France as the very beat remedy
IU all esses oi nnormawrrnma, or nenunai weaa.
nessi KIsLtlv. Dullvor Prnnalter Emissions : Bex-
iml Wr ikncsii or Imptltnru ; Weakness arlsingfrom
RocretlDblURhdhexuiil Kxeesses;itelarattonofth
Genital Organs; WoakBrUiifti DopoilUlnthe Urine,
end all the gbaatly train of Diseases alining from
Overuse or Excesses. Tbereure wbenelloUlsrreae
edles fall. Psmphletof Advice In earh box, or will
he sent Fate toany address. Prlcx 91 per Box.
gnt hv mail. Mourf.lv t rnltd frtm all obeervntion, on
reentpt of nnct, OH0A H O. MODES, IS Oobthsdt
8t.. Nrw rose. Bole uenermi Agent lor America.
DE.CRO0F8 WLE OF TAB
e years ornpnbl
(pat tin proved Dr.L'rool
Wlneorrnr to have mo
merit than nnv nlmlt
preparation everoO'ered
Ilie public It la rich I
tiietueuioioai qualities
xarf anu unenuaiua
ctlHnluioa of tlie TbroaA
M . -1
nrm-t sJIsL. fngexremarkableeurea.
S3rJ-. lbirMtliUlyourw all Coal1
s-vr- audUilds. itunaj pMrefi I
manv
ana Bronrnitl, timfc
Las bnea DronoonoeJ
tpeolflo for these con
pliUnta, ForttUnaln tt
lireiMti lrl
awefwr liWue H
- . , -ofUieTrli
rnM.nlaeaiM.. 4t4n
ary urtns,jaau-.
or an y Um divan astasia
It lias iiienual.
-ajf
It la fkleo npcrlor Tonic,
UeatorM tlisj AppUI
Ntrenrlheria iheMyalom,
testorea tbe Weatk nf lebllltetxl(
I'auaxM I lie I'ooal lo IHgear
temovea Ttyapepaln nnd Imtltreattoi
1'reventa MHlitrlous) t'avoal
bit tone loyourfcyateui.
SEWING MACHINE,
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
"BEST
TO USE''
"Easiest
TO SELL"
H. M. Agents,
It don't pay
rou to light
the beat Ma
chine, Prove
our clnlms,
(let thn agen
cy and sell It,
Address
"DOMESTIC" 8, M.00,00 Chambers 8t, H,Y.
dii-nm on
PSTATE0FA,L, HUNTER.
Notieo Is luiroby given that thn undersigned
has boen appolnied Admlulstrntrlgof theoi.
tiitnnf Alirnm L, Hunter, lute of Vinton coun
ty. Ohio, ileciiHscil.
I'ersiiiis having nlalini against said estate
are notified to present them as speedily m
posslbla. KtUECCA llU.NTKIt.
MEDICINES.
yiSHART'S FINE TREE
TAR CORDIAL!
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
FOU TIIK
THROAT AND LUNGS!
It is gratifying to uh to inform the nubile
that Dr. L. O. C. Wishurt't Pino Treo Tar
Cordial, for Throat and I.ung Diseases, has
f;iunen an enviaiiio reputation ironi tue At
antlc to the I'nr Hie coast, and from thence to
some of tho first families of Kurope, not thro'
the press alone, but by pei-sons throughout tho
Status mtuully bench t ted and cured at Ids
nlllcc. While lie publishes less, so say our re
porters, ho Is unable to supply the demand. It
gains and holds its reputation
First. Not by stopping cough, but by loos
ening and assisting nature to throw off the
unhealthy matter collet tea nnoiit tlie throat
antl hinntliiiil tubes, which muiet irritation.
nccontl. It removes tho cause ot Irritation
(which produces cough) of tho mucous mcin
briuio and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to net and throw off ihe unhealthy secretions,
anil purities tho blood.
Third. It Is freo from squills, lobelia, Ipecac
and opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies are computed, which allay cough
only, antl disorgimi.e tho stomach. It has a
soothing effect on tho stomach, acts on the
liver nud klunoys, mid lympiinliuaiid nervous
regions, thus reucding to every part of the
system, and In its invigorating and purifying
effects It lias gained a ropiitiition which it
must hold nliove till others iu the market.
3NTotlOOa
TH3 FINE TREE TAR CORDIAL,
tilt EAT AMERICAN
DYSPEPSIA PILLS,
AND
WORITI 8UCs)AK DROPS,
Doing uniler mv immcdlnle direction, thev
shall not loso their curative qualities by tho
use oi encap nnti nnpiiie articles.
HENRY R. WISIIART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
11.. 1 II f Yl'lcltnvt'a lllllnn 1i.l.iia nva
open on Mondiivs, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 0 a. M. to a l'. u., for consultation by Dr.
U'.,t T l.,,m Will, 1,1,., n,.n ni..,.!..! tx twn
consulting physicians of ccknowleilged abil
ity. This opportunity Is not offered by any
other institution in the city.
All letters mind be addressed to
L. Q. O. WISHAET, M.D.,
No. 233 Nortli Second St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
November SO. lN72..-ni
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
AND
HOLLOmrS OINTMENT.
'1'IIKtllt AM) PftlNCIPLE that operates in
these wonilerrul ineiliclnea, U the pinfer that
tliev possess in purifying Ilie tti'gb blood
and expelling corrupt lAunnls fron'tlfO sys.
ti'Ki.
HOI.LOWAY'S PILLS consist of a careful
iiinl peculiar admixture of the finest Vegeta
ble Extracts, Herbs, and Medicinal tiimis,
I'oFsci.sin'r nut u grain' of mineral Iu their
combination, they never expose thoi-o who use
them lo any danger, at any lime or season, No
miiimir nci'ii iicniiniii in imi'iiiiiiu mem
their children, and the most delicate constitu
tions mil use them with as great bunelltus tlie
inosi. vigorous nun powenui inline.
HO 1. 1.(1 WAY A Co., Siii.K PllOPKIKTOHS,
78.MnldrnLne, New York.
Hollowny'ii Pills and Ointment are sold lit
sac, mat, timi i per ijf or sit. v (Treat sav
iug Is made by Inlying the huge suuj.
Dec. -L ' ' 11 "' ' ' '
ItEEP THE BLOOD P UK!
And the health of tli syatoi
will follow. There in a prepan
tion of Iron anil poke Hot
more) eflectunl than all other
which will remove from yot
(rysu-m tho Impure find vitiate
blood which ciiuscsiIIhooho, uu
at tboeame tlmo build up yot
henltbandatrongtli Itnttve
falU to rare, If yon hav
NcrofUlsa,irrolaloa Itiaeai
of the Eyee or Kara, o
Mcrolnlia In ny form, Tei
Uir. Whl(e Nwellintr.
fsorea. lIleera,orHerolalon
l!llammittionN,you can rel
on tielug otired with this prejn
Tutlon kfidwo P. frook'
I'emMnnd ffyrritt of I'ok
C2 Root.' Ilbeuioiituni gitl
Pv .1" Llmbaior Uonea.ConslHu
,110ns nroaequowD ny juuroo
I ur piuur poisons, nro bi
or poisons, nro pi
For JivntflUu, o
tolUattlP'ienp7rtrj
reo nyii
"'ubllltle
Y prove It.
IScantliy your Complexion.
Do not use paint or powder, but got amor
Fnrraannnt beauty by purifying your blooc
lila propiirution of Iron anl Pake Itoo
nnkesarouuli andaoaly akl n softund amoolt
iliangim thut nil low coniploxlou to onn c
Tosliniwaand lieultli, and roinove any trap
Ux elXxeaaeaol IbeNkin, I'linplea, I'm
tales, IlloUilitHBtft t:ruptioiiN. If you wlsl
foey ciieekaand alienltliyeoinplegloii use pi
Jroolt'i Compound Hyrup of Puke llooL
DENTISTRY.
D
ENTISTBY.
--lilTOl
HAVINt) been engaged In the study anil
practice (if Dentistry for 11 f teen years, and
local practitioner In Jackson for six years,
and having availed myself of all the
Mtxlpra Improvement! In Dental Soltnoii
I would ruspwufully any lo the rltl.oin of
MeArthur and vlclnlly that I ant fully pre
pared to niniiipulnla all the various brunches
of the science. Prices as low as .tho lowest
Work as good as Ihe best. Persons coming
from a distance wishing lo remain until their
work Is done will be entertained at my pri
vate residence free.
KTIISR BP BAY AXfi ELK0TR1CITY
(Tied In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively painless, A female
attendant; always on bond lo wait tipoo ladles.
UlvanieacaU,
B.T. B0U0EMI, Dentist,
May IB, J&TI.Jy. i , ; - . ' Jackson, O.
.
MEDICINES.
T
HE ROMANCE OF CURE!
The many evidences of cxtinoidlnnry cures
that mo daily reported as etl'ected through
DR.. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparilliaa Resolvent.
Iloady ltelief and Perfect Purgutlvo Pills, in
written testimonials from all parts of the
world, surplus in wonder the most extravagant
miracles of enchnntment. PhysiciaiiH and
nieillcnl men In nil countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies u mystery, that neither
their science of analysis or chemical skill cau
explain. Timo, these medicines effect tho
most marvelous cures, and restore tho dying to
life, and relieve the most wretched nam. suf
fering victim of his tortures, iu from out to
twnity minutes, and although they kuow some
ot tno ingreuieiiwoi tneir compoMiuon, and or.
Itadway has publishud their formula (wlth
holillngonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, German, Knglish and American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail with
tue same ingredients ns prepared uy inem. i no
great success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in the great se
cret of combining the Ingredients togetlmr,
afterexerclsingtluecnio in selecting the pure
and genuine root h.
finch wonders of Modern Cheinlstrv ns the
S A KS A PA H 1 LLI AN KKSOLVKNT, ltlCADY
U1CLIKFA KADWAY'S PILLS, aro without
parallel In the History of Medicine, for there
are some infirmities anddiseases that are con
sidered a incurable, and sure deiilh. Yet the
most astounding cures havo been made thro'
these remedies of some diseases that luivo nev
er been known to lie cured by medicine.
CONSUMPTION, PCKOFULA, WHITE
SWELLING, Tumors In tho Woind. Htomach, ,
Ovaries, Dowels, Height's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced incurable,
Cancan, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone In the Ulad
der, Calculous Concretions, II leers and .Sores of
the Dones, Rickets so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been known to reach,
have been cured by the SAILS A PAR I LLI AN
RESOL V EST, aided by the RE A DY RELIEF
mid PILLS.
Palsy, Paralysis, Hit (Jangeiin that threat
ens a living death daily rotting away of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Wnlor, Fungi iu the lllndder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease). Torturing pains
when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM,
UOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one ol
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, Rudwav'sSarsapariUian
Resolvent has cured and istlnily curing in nil
parts of tho world.
In one word, any dlsease--no matter under
what namo designated, that is nourished or
increased by bad. immirc. denraved. weak.
thin, watery or poisoned blood con be cured
V KA IWAl'H
SAltSAPARILLIAN RE-
SOLVENT
Vr. Railway & Co. havo never claimed one-
hundi ctli part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies its isascrlbeil to them by the people
who have used them; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Radwav,
aftorsucccHsful treatment with t)iclr remedies
knew they would cure, wero enumerated ill
their curative list, so tbnt many of the cxt raor.
dinary cases that havo been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial ogents as In those who had lieeu
rescued from death, and made whole aud
sound.
As manv uersons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from the fact ot their disap
pointment in the use ot other advertised reme
dies and sonic believed it Impossible forv
simplo medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Ac. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simplo grasses-of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed by nature in tho cow and
ciiurn, lurniBiies us wltn nutter certainly tue
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-making
bone, tissue; muscle, sinew and blood-mnking
const itpents for the human body.
nut wlitui those neonlo who llrst doubt the
efficacy of these remedies' commence their use.
they become their most earnest atlvocutes,
"WOEMS.
THE ONLY SAFE & SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMObi CURE,
Never has u medicine tuken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, I'lertis, Oviiries or Dowels; the knife
has been the solo ru'lirtiice fn tjie bunds, of )(
perienced surgeoiis; but llr.'lta'dway'aSn'ri
snpiirillian settles this iiiestion. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts und
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the Dowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, mid Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' firowtli Cured by
Railway' Resolvent.
IlKVKItl.Y, M AflK.. July IS, im.
l)it. lUnWAYi I have had Ovarian Tumor
In Ilie ovuries and lmwc, All the doctors
suiil tljcre. 5is no Ijelp fo- it I lrlui pveryt
thing' that was ieciiii(iendd, b;t! 1,'itlilnu
helped me. I saw your Ucolveul .iiiil Uiouglii
1 would try it, hut hud no luilh Iu it, hcc'iiuae
I bud nulleied for IS yciirs. I took six bottles
of the Ho"olvcnt, ono box of Railway's Pills,
and used two Iml Iks of your Ready Relief,uiid
there is nut n sign of It tumor to be seen or
felt, and 1 fed better, smarter and happier
than I luivo for 12 years. The worst tumor
was In the left side of the bowels, over tbe
groin. I write this to you for the benefit of
others. You can publlsli It If vo'u choose.
HANNAH P. UN API.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a nroniinunl gentlemnii ami resilient of
rum n prominent gentleman nun resilient or
Incliiiiiitl. OIio, for tjie p.r-t forty year well
nowii to tlie"nevsi,ip('r I'libllrlieii tliitutgll'
lit Hie Culled utc: ' ' ' '" ' f!';
( inclii
kiiowi
out
NKwYuilK. Oct. Ilth. 1870.
Du. Haiiwav Dear Kin I ni jndiiieii by 8
sense ot duty to the sullurliig to inake'a bfiel
statement of tho working of vour medicine oil
myself. For several years I nave been nfllict
ed with some I rouble iu the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly iilllicliiig disease, which
tlie physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture in Ihe urelbii,' as also inhumation of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my ago "8 years would prevent
my ever getting Helically cured, I had tried
a nuinbiir of physicians, nnd bud taken a largo
quantity J'm.eljrluo, both alli)patiio and b,ii,,
niripiithfc,''lnir ji'il . i6 i'elu1!. I hiul'reud dl
astonishing ciires'hvlhfj'm'oii nlailu byoul
remedies; and some fqur months ago Ircid i
notice in the IMiiliidclphia Saturday Evppjng'
Post of a euro having been effected un a per
son who bad ping licnniflVrllilfUI had liven,
I went right on" Ml ff'll '"MM' "' '"cl youf
Snrsaiiiirillian Kesolveiit, Ucudy lul)if, (iii
Regulating Pills ami commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as weil ns over.
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati. O.
Price ono dollar per bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and lit Dr. Radway's, No. 81
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
RADWAY'S REABY RELIEFll
Cures tho worst Pains in from 1 to SO minutest
BfeiyNOT ON K IIIU'U after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with palu,
11ADWA V8 RJCADY UK LIEF
Is a euro for every pain. It was the first and
is tho only l'a In Remedy that instantly stops
tue most excruciating pains, aiiuys minimum-
lions, und cures ci;ii(.'tiis, wlp'ther nfllm
Lungs, St licit, Dowels aw- oilier (ftmnlw aPil
orirniiH. bv one niinlicutioii. Ill from on t2
twenlv miiiiites. No mutter how violent or
excruciating tlie imln. the Rheumatic, lied.
ridileu, Inlltin, Crippled, Nervous. Neuialgle
or piost nited with disease may suitor,
RADWA PA' READY RKL1KF I
Will afford Instant case;
Inflammation of the Kidneys, lullauiiuJltloii of
the Hlsilder, luiliimmiitlini of thn P.nwels,
Congbetiilu o tr; .lipgi, (ipre Throat. DIHI
cull Itreiilbing. Parifl,illou'VliS'Hc; ii,lf.vj,
terics, (.roiin, IMittiwi-iae t.i.Ciri'i, Itillliiiii
llenitiiche, Toolhiiche.' Neni algln, tiviba
tlsni, Ciibls, ChlllH, Ague Chills. ' -
Tp iiiiidlcntion of tho Heady ltelief to th.0
nail ii r Wu fs ulU) t)(i! p;iin or dlJHcultv ex
ists will annul ciiu pud iibihfiirt, ,l '
0 Drops in a bulf tinnbler Water will,
"iniitcs, cure I riini ps, Mpiisins, Hour
In a lew.... ''.. tjlik Headache. Dlar
Htiiinacb, llciirim... . In thn llouiila
vhieil, Dvsenlery. t ulle, ... ,u m J10'".
and al fnlpiliMl Ine. , .
Ti-iiyclius blionlif i(liiy carry a bottle pf
Railway's ltelief Willi I hein. A fr?r;jn
water wll) prevent Sickness Ur WllJs frptil
change of water. It Is betler1 tllii' Fi-tjiicM
ltmntlyorDittertnsastliniiliiit." ' ' ''"
FEVBB .2' A.Q-TLTIE3.
Favsii anil A one cured for 50 cent.
There is put p ni,)intl agent in this world .
Hint will cure reyer uuu Ague, gnu an mat
f eycr una Ague, una nil that
lllloiis, Scarlet, Typliojil, YuIImh'
ers (aided by ItadwLvV P1(M ib
wave Ready ltelief, 60 cents pe
Malarious, iiiiiious, neariui,
and oilier Fevei
iiilck us Hadwf
li.it tit.
DR. RADWAY'S .
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tusti'loss, clcgnnfly coated, for the
cure nf all disorders of the Htomach. Liver,
Dowels, Kidneys, lllmldcr, Nervous Disease,
1 1 endue he. Constliiiilion, Costlvcnest. Indiges
tion, Oyupepslu, Diljiiiisness, II I Hons Fever
yupepsl, Diljiilisness, II I Hons Fever,
initfMon " t)ie Dowels. Piles and nil Pi
inentsnf flic Ihttihliil ylacoruAvartaiileil
et a -positive cuvcv f. . ,T .( I -IJ
Hum in ini.
inngemu
lit iill'ilct
PURELY V EG ETA Sf.K, Contnlnlnir no
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
jBtgy Observe tho following sympUiins re
lulung fiimi diseases of the digestive organs :
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
blood to the Head, Acidity of tbe Htomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight In tho Pit nf the Stomach.
Swimming of tho Head, Hurried and difficult
DrcRthing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Suriociillng Sensations when Iu a lylpg J'oh
turn, I im u ens oi vision, inns or cos iii'iora
the Sight, Fever pull 'Dull-Pain In the Held',
lieflclency in Perspiration, I ellownessof the
PSIII IHI r.jrc. . nm in l"" rrii.ij, ,iuik, f.,ffiia
and Sudden Flushes of heat, burning In (he
Flush. A few doses nf Radwav'i
l I'llls will
(roe the system fi-om all the above disorder.
Price SS Cent per Box.
n ADWAV A CO,, l)S Warren cor CJjuroh Bt
New York,
IvIleaiI raise antl Try, nunri qn leiip
anip to Railway Co., "No. m Warreif, c.
liinip
Chun I
Churl h Ht,, JN, Y. Informatlbn worth lUouar ,
ud will bout you.

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