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The Mc Arthur Enquirer.
J. TV. BOTVKN, Editor and Fubll.her.
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J J. BOWEBS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
HOART1UK,OIIIO.
NO BUSINESS TKIXK OX SATURDAYS,
Dollisox property to rent
from March 1st.
The most quiet day of this year
was St. Valentine's Dny. No letters;
no fun.
The iminuitnl "J.N." is wnn-
ileriii;? through the warm towns and
villniie.s of Alnliiinia.
Sewixo Machine foh Sale. If
yon wish to purchase a good sew
ing .Maehini'. fall at this olllee.
New Type. Wo have just receiv
ed a lot of new typo of the latest
stylos, with which to execute job
jirintiiiH;, especially eariln, bill
lieads, letter heads, note heads,
statements, circulars, etc., in a
style Hill-passed by no otllce iiuthc
State, and at the very lowest prices.
(Jail and see us.
We received a copy of a paper
poiilished in a place called Waver
ly somewhere in tho State, by a red
headed cuss named Jones. Wc do
wot think we ever saw it before if
we did,it has been a long time since.
It's a right down good paper, and
if the carrot y-haired Fly-up-lho-Creck
who runs it will send us the
subscription price, we guess we'll
People's Defender.
And wo got one of them kind of
papers too, u few days ago.
.
We take the liberty to copy the
following from a letter from Wm. J.
Rannfxi.s, Sergeaut-at-Anns and
Tost Master of the Ohio State Sen
ate, under date of February 12,
187:5: ,
'Thank you for your kind re
inembcrance in the shape of your
handsome paper The McArthur
Enquirer. You deserve success
for this large step in the advance.
Jt is a credit to our county."
This is tlie way almost every one
talk who sees the Enquirer.
aii i f-
The Methodist, of New York,
edited by He v. ft. 11. Crooks and
Kev. Abel Si-evexs and conceded
tj b.i at tlu lui 1 ot'tha Muthodist
press in point of ability, is present
ing to its subscribers for 1873 an
engraving of great value, not only
as a work of art, but as the ouly
picture extant containing, in one
g.0H, likenesses of Wesley, An
bury, Coke, Whatcoat, George,
Roberts, JVItdCendree, Ilcdding,
Wuugh,'ll.unliif, llk31'' Thomson,
Clark and Kingsley, in addition to
those of the present Bo.vd of IHb1i;
ops. The portraits of some these
men (whoso memories aro preei'1"8
to every Methodist) are exceeding
ly rare, and but for the entereprise
mid ' liheviilitv of The Metho
dist their faces might have been)
forgotten.
The price of The Methodist is
$2.50 a year and 10 cts. additional
for mailing tho picture. Subscrip
tions may.be sent direct or paid to
the nearest Methodist preacher.
IcAwJ
Postponement.
Owing to the fact( that Court
will 1)0 in session oil Saturday next,
rendering it impossible to construct
a proper stnge, fcc, in the Court
House Hall, the Musical and Lit
erary Entertainment previously an
nounced for the evening of the 22nd
inst. has been postponed; to what
lime, duo notice will hereafter be
given, ' . "
HAMDEN.
Wk long for the gentle breezes of
tho North to coino and chill tho
lllu'd in this village.
ij.IIB' noisiest boys on earth seem
to infest tal" otl,p,'wirte fllllot litlle
village. ii0nvplesant to have them
walk up and U11 t,l W.M J"8"8
the text Is bein, taken, especlaly
if the floor Is uncaged. f J" there
noetiquetto which m.htbo tougut
wwl plworvoa In tho ho uN of God t
Tins vlllago is to have- ft cw bar
bor shop, "around has boon bro
ken" and tho timber hauled. So
wo shall soon got a clean shave
without loavlng Hamdca in search
of it. Now let our village . b3 in
cbrpwatcd ftud we will tyi Uapjy.
Court. The (JrandJnry, after ex
amlning 107 witness, adjourned on
Friday afternoon last. Five. indict
ments were found against tho fol
lowing named persons: Thomas
Plumjnei, burglary and larceny;
Jhon Hendricks, burglary nnd lar
ceny; Hiram Joseph, house-break-
ing and larceny; Edwin Quinn,
with intent to kill; Watt
Eggleston, disturbing religious
meeting. The case of A. Bnrten
shaw vs. Hope Furnace Co. has
been progressing during tho past
five days. The arguments uro being
made as wo goto press. Clark and
D illadway for Plaintiff; Jones and
ftrosvenor for Defendant.
What do you think of The Mc
Aktiith Exquikkii and Thk Chris
tian Witness ? You ought to feel
proud to see such nice looking pa
pers printed in Vinton county! Can
you assist us a little in sustaining
them? Send us new subscribers
and money.
We will insert advertisements in
The ExguiiiER and The Christian
Witness in a conspicuous place on
reasonable terms.
Wood's Household Maqvzine for
March continues "A Plain Man's
Problem," which enumerates the
difficulty of household work with
the view of ascertaining whether a
science of housekeeping is possible,
It would seek to make the life of a
woman who dose her own work, not
easy, but easier. "Moral Cosmetics"
gives us a few of the best and
most comprehensive rules of life.
Gail Hamilton this month dis
cusses the relations of Duty, Mat
rimony and Housekeeping.' Had-
donlield is a true story of the early
settlement of the State of New
Jersey. Next we have "Love's
Philosophy." And then an anec
doth of the pardoned convict who
was more interested in his patch of
potatoes thau to get outside the
prison walls. "The Tea Hose," by
Harriet JJeeeher Stowe, is the story
of a characteristic young lady who
was traced by her lover, even as a
hidden streamlet may be traced, by
the freshness and verdure of heart,
which her deeds of kindness had
left wherever she passed. In dis
cussing upon "My Brother's Keep
er," the Hon. Schuyler Colfax tells
of the only way to resist temptation
"Touch not, taste not, handle not
tho unclean thing," Addison, the
celebrated "Spectator," here gives
us a characteristic description of
his life. "Elizabeth Wackwell" was
tho first Medical Doctor of her sex
in tl: I'nited States. Here a
jfciuijhter of.Krlii tels how she
stopped her husband from getting
drunk. A celebrated French phy
sician in speaking of "The Use of
the Corset," gives a very important
and interesting account of its in-
urious ellects. "A Husband Sold"
is it capital joke spicy and inter
esting. "Danesbury House" is a
fiye hundred dollar Prize Temper-
mice story one oi me oesi aim
entertaining ever written. Etc., fie.
Price, one dollar per year. For 50
cents extra, Hope and Joy, two
beautifully tinted crayon portraits,
worth four dollar?, will be mailed
free. For specimen, enclose twq
stamps snd address S. S. WOOD,
Newhurgh, New York.
[COMMUNICATED.
"SMART ELI."
E. lit or Eujuirer.l observe
that Smart Elie (Ilaper of the
Ileiwtl,) last week accuses me
of being so tight at the Farm
ers' Ilullwt House, that in see
ing "one I thought there were a
dozen men." I wonder how
many he seen in Chillicothe
when lie (''Smart Elie") inquired
what day Christmas came on.
If ho was'nt tight ho certainly
must have been very tired in the
head. If "Smart Elie" wishes
enlarge his paper I think he
had better select rnatter that
would he more interesting to
his readers. It may be benefi
cial to send his "Tony"boy out
am a reporter ,"Tony"is a fine boy
and will wopk cl;can for"Smart
Elie."
,
E. J. HERWICK.
Zaleski, Feb. 17.
Official Count of the Electoral
Vote for President and Vice
President.
On Wednesday Congress
counted the electoral votes of
the several States for President
and Vice-President, 'and de
clared U. S, Grant, of Illinois
and Henry Wilson of Massa
chusetts; duly elected Picsi
dent and Vice-President of the
United States, respectively, for
four years from the 4th of
March next. The electoral
votes of-Louisiana and Arkan
sas were not counted, by reas
on of tho peculiar muddle into
which the carpet-bag rascals in
possession of those now "free"
States, so called, havo. got
ovcry-thiag.
This region here below was vis
ited by a heavy rain storm last
Saturday night and Sunday after
noon, accompained by thunder and
lightning. The email streams of
water were out of their banks.
There is a prospect of another cold
"snap."
The absent-minded French
man has
" llid farewell to every fear,"
and left town. May peace go
with his
"Troubled noul,"
in all future time.
NOTWITHSTANING the office Of
the Western Ri rai. was entire
ly consumed by the great fire in
Chicago, and the publisher's
home met the same fate, a uew
olhce was soon fitted up, and the
paper issued with its accustom
ed regularity. The Rural has
completed a new volume since
that eventful period in Chicago's
history, and has obliterated
every vestige of the calamity;
its well filled pages of useful and
entertaining matter for (be fiirm
and fire side giving no trace ot
the fiery ordeal through which
it passed. Though mainly de
voted to Agriculture and Horti
nretheWestem Ruralh&s special
department for everything per
taining to household affairs, and
also for choice literature. It is
an uncompromising opponent of
all "rings" and "combinations"
to fleece farmers out of their
hard earnings, and no one who
heeds its warnings is likely to
become victims ofthe mercenary
swindlers that traversthe coun
try. The Western Rural is an
eight page weekly, printed on
clear type and fine papei. It is
published at $2,50 per year
$2,0(7 in clubs, or the West
ern Rural and Young Folks'
Rural for $3.. Address II. NF.
Lewis, Publisher, Chicago, 111.
Special Notices.
Dr. N. J. Bower, Dentist, TVIc Arthur, O.
Settlement Notice. All persons kuowiug
themselves indebted to tho firm of Richmond
& IIuiin, are roqucHtcd to call immediately
and settle accounts. Wo cmiunt curry ac
counts from one year to another, and pay our
own bills. lUCUMONDAHUIlN.
October 8, lffJJ.-tf.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. W. Sisson's.
Chapped hand, fuce, rough skin, pimples,
ringworm, eult-rlieun), and other cutaneous
affections cured, and tho skin made soft and
smooth, by uolng tho Juniper Tnr Sonp, made
by Caswell, Hazard ft Co., New York. Ilecer
tain to get tho Juniper Tar Soap, as there are
ninny worthless Imitations made with common
tnr. l)eo4-13w
AV. K. Klllotl's II.M'STRATED 1'I.ANT AND
Skkd Catamhiub mailed Frco to nil appli
cant. IV. It. ELLIOTT,
.)an.2ii-lin 114 Market St., 1'ittHburgh.
The Pl'BKST AND SWEETK8T C'QD I.IVER OIL
is lliu:ird if Cnswpll's, inaduou the sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Carwki.i,, Haz
aud A Co., New York. It Is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who hnvo onco takeu it
prefer it to all others. Physicians liavedecidcd
it superior to any of the other oils lu tho mar-Pcc4-12w
For Finn Perfumery, go to Siison's Pl ug
Rtoro.
That "Cute" IMcture.-The Westehn
Post .u, Hkcohd, published at Chicago, the
most reliable postal pnpor lu tho Uuion, says:
"HOW It H that tllil nrnnrlotnva nf linn
KiitfiUi'K Fkirnd run nrVn wv m ,., v
subscriber a beautllul rhromoof 10X90 Im hes,
and which retails everywhere nt10, Is more
than we can tell. Hut thnviln it Ami it u
certainly an elegant picture. The subject Is
in osi pieasing, ami it will Do a beautiful or
nament to any household, ocb Fireside
Kkiend has attained a vm-v lanrn c In l iii lit,.
and Is firmly established as one ofthe lending
family weeklies ol tho Union,
The Best Place. The choicest lot uf Gro
ceries, Quecnsware, Glassware, Notions, &c,
can bo had at Davis Duncan's Store, in Za
leski, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description tokou In oxchango for goods, nt
Ids store. In connection with his storo lie lifts
a Saddle and Harnoss Shop, nnd will repair
anything in that lino on short notice and at
lowflgnroe. Go and see him. tf
Dr. Tf. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArtliur, O.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic A Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,800,000 acres of land
in Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $19 per aero, on soven years' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
er.. Clmnte, sell, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society In
vito emigrants from all points to this laud of
fruits and (lowers. For particulars address A.
Tirc'K, Land Commissioner, St, Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
For Purs Progs and Medicines, go to 81s-
tn's.
Dr. N. J,. Rower, Dentist, McArthur, 0.
Five Hundred Thousand. 600,000 bottles
of Greene's August Flowor have beou sold in
tills state in throe months. Wo only ask you
to go to tho drug store of Gunning or Slssont
McArthur, Ohio, and getabottlor ofcharyt
or a regular sUo at 75 cents. Kvory bnttlo
varaautwt tP cut Dyspepsia or Liver com
,tiiintj Sick headache, Costivcness, Heart
burn, WtorhrBh( 8vrBloiriHch,Iudlgstlon,
Impuro Blood, and all dlseaso caused by Im
pure Vlooil, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try it. O. Q. GRKEN, Proprietor,
Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. N.J, Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, 0.
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, and thousand more are turn
ing their eyes toward new home In the fer
tile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Callfonrla, we rocominond
a cheap, safe, quick anil illrert roiilo, via St.
LuhI", over tho Missouri Pad do Railroad,
which runs it flno Pay Coaches and Pullman
Sloopors from St. Lout to prluclpl point in
tho West, without change. We believe that
tho Missouri Paclflo Railroad ha the best
track anil the finest and safest equipment of
any Hue wost of the Mississippi, and Its con
nections with roads farther West aro prompt
and reliable. The.Texas connection of this
road Is now completed, and passengers are
offered first-class, all-rall route from St,
Loul to Toxas, elthor over the Missouri,
Kansas A Texas R. R. via Sodalia, or over the
Atlantlo A Paclflo R, R. wo Vinlta. For
maps, time table, Information a to rates,
route, Ac., we refer our reader to 8. II,
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus, Ohio, or E. A. Knrd, General Passenger
Agent, BUXouli, Mo. guoslloniwU) be cheer
fuUy tod proiUj eurirecKl. -lr
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English and American Girls.
A writer in the Cornliill Mag
azine thus ventures :
To express the preoise nature of
me cunerence between American
and English ladies is extremely
hard it is something too subtle to
oe represented by any combination
of epithets. You are sensible of a
sort of charm which is wanting
here; you miss another charm which
is present here; you do not know
which is more to be desired, but
you doubt the possibility of com
billing them. American girls are
certainly more Independent than
ours arc; more accustomed to take
care of themselues. think for them
selves, decide for themselves; not
less really domestic in their hearts,
but less tied to their mother's noron
strings; franker in their speech,
ana more ready to tell you about
inemsuives, tiicir circumstances,
their families. There is kind of a
b rench verve and force about them
but there is also a tuetonic truth
fulness. Then there is a nimble-
ness and versatility of the mind, as
well as self-possession of manner,
wuicn puts a stranger at his ease
from the first. Where an Eusrlish
girl throws the weight of the con
versation on her partner, an Ameri
can girl takes it up, draws him out,
perhaps cuafts him in a genial fash
ion, and expresses her opinion
freely on all the topics that turn up.
English ladies of the old school
would be apt to disapprove of her
on slight acquaintance. But when
they come to know her better, they
would percieve that she is, in essen
tial manners, decorous as well as
refined. American ladies who have
mixed in fashionable society in
London, may often be heard to say
that they are astonished at the
quantity of scandal they hear
talked there; and it is certainly
true that one' hears very little in
America. In such places as New
York and Chicago there are, of
course, last sets, just as there are
in London and Liverpool. But in
point of purity and real moral ele
vation, the best society in America
is possibly superior, and at any
rate equal to that oour own upper
classes; while the American middle
class is certainly more cultivated,
more interesting in the "things of
the mind," than the commercial
class in Eiifrfand.
Schuyler Colfax, bought by
Credit Mobilier stock, a liar to
conceal it, and a perjurer to
hide his lie, on Sunday made a
temperance speech at Baltimore.
May we hope that only the
temperance cause and not Chris
tianity any longer is to be dis
h o n o r e d by further use as a
clout for these men's shame ?
A memory well stored with
Scriptue, and sanctified by grac.
is the best library.
MARKETS.
OIL REPOHTS'.-I'lttsbiirff, Feb. H-Tho
oil market Is imiuluud linn; crude for spot on
delivery, 6c.
BALTIMORE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
BALTIMORE, Feb. 13.
Reef Catti.k Dull; price declined 4-c.
The very best on sale to-ilav were miotcd at
"Wily 1 25, nnd medium first iiiulity al4 50S75
nnd medium or good to fair iiunlitv at f:j 60
m. iicccipcs ior inn weCK
i,ini neaii.
llOIIH IleLVV l'C(('illt3. with n mmlnrjitn ,ln-
inaud, and prices nie .uoi'.o,. lower. Sales
were ma lent 411 SMTIS. Recoliils for the
week, 12.SM head. '
Sheep Are In limited demand, with'a de
clining tendency. Sales were made ut (4 25
95. Receipts for tho week, 1,841 head.
Cincinnati. Feb. 14. Tho dry goods trade
was vary quiet, but wo hnvo to noto contin
ued firmness in all staple cotton goods. Wool
ens less firm but steady. The lines of all
kinds of Dry Goods uro about full and com
plete Spring nud summer dress goods in
Biviu aru tuuu iiitmisoinu.
Pi oduce generally quiet but steady.
Provision market was stiougcr for most art
icles. Hucoipts of Barloy, Corn, Rye and Oats wero
llliernl; Wheat light; sales mpdoralo.
Flour had a quiot market, with uo material
change in rates.
Whisky continues steady at 8fte.
Cotton continues iiuiat but steady at 20c. for
middling. 18o. for low middling.
Liusco.l oil steady at 93c.
Lnrd-T,'Tjc.
Pork-l8.
Bulk meats Shoulders iUa. i rib allien flr-
clear rib pjje. ; sides UJic.
Bacon BVfffiXo.
Hams nytlMXc
Flour JBoOYijBSS
Wheat -1 86(dm
Rye-8?a&lo,
corn 4Ui.
oats-aortiSBc.
llnrloy 7UC75.
llcnns-ll WtfiSOO.
Butter lftlRc.
Clioeso Hio;lGc.
Co free 91(gi(i4c.
Eggs-STc.
!lav-uW. '
Molasses- 64(3 Me.
Turkeys 124(0Uc. per lb.
Chickens t'i D0(dS 7S per dozen.
Ducks 18 mu 60.
Gceso 3 XMM 50.
Sugar )j)iln,
Potatoos-81(00c,
Onions ft.
nark siK28 per cord.
l)ran-SH h315 per ton,
Featners- UKulttc.
Cranbuiries liXn15 perbbl.
Flax seed, 1 (MX31I 60.
A BOOK FORTIIE HIILIJ OIV !
Marriago,
A nrlviu Connttlnr lit th
iMarrlvtl or ilio nbnui io
Guido.
nmrry nu thihT"lilftloiil
Imi aiffflri lii) rv vlnilouut
tliDttftual tiuai. with ih
Ittcil 4fKOoriria 11 prorrtiflitig mm ravtniiuK onirini,
haw w pit itr tlit flfinifilf xtcu, ho.
Thlil lutfrtMlug work otiwo bundrtrt iid ulitf
ritfei, with uiuaroua rnmvlui, turl couulii VHlQitblt
Drrniitlonfor ihoi wbu i mrrld,reottitmpliiuiuir
rUtfl. SilM It In book ihRtaugln to l lit pi uudr luk
tuJkfT. and nntlaltl nbout tht bum.
Iltnnulm Hit txptrltito and mlvlcoola phTileU
vhnw reputation I worbl-wMf, mirl nhouM bain tlioprl
vaio drawtr of ovtry mala and familt ilireurhoiii ilia utnlr
flolio, Ittmbracti vtrrthlun on thtuitltof iho gn
trailrt Mttem that U worth knuwluf, and wuota ihi la
01 pabllihod in anv other work.
Bent lo nay ont (rte or poatai) Tar Flftr fcnti.
AddreaR Dr, UutM Utapauaurf ,Ko. X 9 N . Mfblh Urtil
It UuU, Uo.
ITotlcd to tU Affile od mi Unlbrtunati
Wf tort applylni in tht itotor.au funck who advtrtUi t
Siiblls papfrt.or uilui aitf qtiiok rumodlat pnit Or,
utti' work no mttttr whi jourdlttaaa la, or bow dapltr
bit your joudltlon.
Or. bulu ooounlft a donblt hnma of twtnlf-MTrw
raomiii alndoritd hy lomoof Hit nioitoelihrotvd witdh
alproniiMraorthlaeouiiu nod Km opt,, and oan boonn
tutted ntrionally or by mall, on ititdUeMtn mtntloiiod In
liwurka. 41 mot) ami parlori, Ko. IS N. Klgbih airwt,
bitiwttB klarktt and Ckieaaui, Ut. Uuli, Alt
M
ARH00S :
HOW LOST, II0W RESTORED.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Ctrl,
verwcll'i Celebrated Ksnny on the radical
cure (without medicine) of Hpnrinatorrhnia or
Henilnal Weaknese, lnvoluntarv Hymlnal
Losses. Impotency, Mental nnd Physical In
capacity, Impediments lo innrrlnge, etc. also,
Consumption, Kpllepsy and Fits, induced by
self Indulgence orsexunl extravagance.
p-jf Prices In sealed envelope, only cent.
The celebrated sruthor, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
ennsoquennos of sclf-abuso may bo radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
modiclno or the application of the knife;
polntlngout a mndo of euro atonce simple, by
means of which every suilerer, nnmatter what
hi condition tnav lm. may cure himself uheap-
iy, iirivni.117 niii rmuciwiv,
JioSTThls Le:tiiro should bo In tho hands of
evtiry yuut.ii nun uvnry man in 1110 land,
Hont, nndor seal, in a plain envolope, to any
Rddross, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage tamin.
Also, Dr. CulvarweU'i "MarrUgo Ouldo,"
price dDoudU. " '
AddKifilho Publltberi, ' '
r HA" j r vt ivr i m
NEWSPAPEES.
fpHE MoASTHTTR ENQUIRER
Newspaper, Book and Job
Feinting Establishment
orrioni
Second Story Bowen's Building, Main Street,
MuAitTIIUR, OHIO.
THE McABTHl ENQUIRES
Has just been enlarged from a T-r.nl nmn 1a nn
8-column apur, and clothe, in new type
uiiuutfiiuui 4i vuiuiiiiin wiu ue uevowu to
me
General News of the Day !
Giving a avnoDsis of evnntu th.ir
The interests of our town and iounty will re
ceive particular attention. It will, as here-
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
And Fearless In the Exnresalnn of Rantl,
ment io regard to the rights of the people of
tiii country; ever opposed to the wrong.
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS,
The Organ of the Christian Union fiennrnl
Council of the United States, is nlso published
Having purchased new tvne and mntni lal
for our
JOB DEPARTMENT
We are now prepared to do nil kind of
MEECAITTiLB
AND
General Job Printing
In the neatest and highest stylo of the art, and
At Reasonable Rates!
Y0D CAN UAVK
BILL HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
CIRCULARS,
STATEMENTS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
CATALOGUES,
WEDDING CARDS,
PAMPHLETS,
PROGRAMMES,
FRUIT LISTS,
DRUGGISTS' LABELS,
SALE BILLS,
CARDS,
CHECKS,
SHIPPING TAGS,
VISITING CARDS,
MOURNING CARDS,
" SHIPPING CARDS,
DOD0ERS,
CALL CARDS,
FUNERAL NOTICES,
Executed on Short Notice I
llrin on Your Work I
J. W, BOWEN,
J
A. MARTIN.
T. A.. MABTI1T Sc SOILST,
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Desire to say to their friends and customers, and the public in
J general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively Sell Goofls Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
PRICES !
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES''
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
Better Bargains
All kinds of Produce boucht
Come 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 & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMPEVED
CABINET ODFtO-A3NTJ3
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVKXTEl)
sti:mi:irs patent ualifyiit tijbks,
An Invention having a most important bearing on the fnturo reputation of Iteed lustra,
nlii, yrl, e.usoot "bleb tho quuntity or Volume of tone is very largely increased, ami the
quality of tho tone rendered
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of tho Same Capacity,
Onrcelabrntod " Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent," " Vox llumnnn," "Wilcox Pulent," Octave
Coupler, the charming "Cello" or "Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only In these Organs.
PRE-ESIINENT FOR PURITY OF TONE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED.
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE UNEQUALED.
THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLKS FOR PARLOR & ( HUltCII.
Prices, - - Sso to SSOO
FACTORY AND WAR EROOMS,
Corner Siill. and tongrc Mts., IlclroM, Iflicli.
Established In 1850.) Jfej?AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY.
Address,
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
Furniture !
fl 1
I JTw . ir., , . ' 1
Ill A
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON .MAND
IWHT DESCRIPTION of FOMTIIBE if MODERN STYLES
Imanufucttiro to order and repair Furniture of all klmli. at tho .most reasonable prices. I am
prepnied to furnish
! COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE VAIIIETY,
ind accompany them with Itenrse. tfoTrite MUU itve. invited to oe.ll nnd
March 10th, lfftl. .
3VI. 33. CGnh
1Q1 LIBERTY STREET.
PITTSBTJRO-H, PA., ,
, MANUFACTURERS AND DE ALER9 IN
3ron to tUoolr tUorkin g itacl)incry
AND MA1UFACTUKEKS SUPPLIES.
"T?..,n 'tore a full stock of DKANE UTEAM PUMP. JUPSON GOVERNORS JJASIt
nn noun MACUIVILRY. viniiuiMliVl UL KIXUI I.
L. DES MARTIN.
ARE
than any Bouse in Vinton Cut; !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT !
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
and sold at the Mm-kpt, Pi-Icps !
to town, and we guarantee von
iPii.rrLltu.ro ! I
o itvei invited to oall stn
PAKIS 1IOUTON.
vfin Jtj Co.,
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i rSwr ara ""' vi! r'cy Driril
na-le ot l--..or Hum, ! imkcy, Proof Spiriw and Refill
Kii(irn, doctored, ..f:l, and tweieiieil Iii plesse tt
asie, c.il.e.1 TnimV' " A)eiiter," "Ke.ioreri,
Itc., that le.id the o;. tiler on to dnmkenneu snd ruil
ait nr a Hue Medicine, mad front tlis native roa
ndllerlMofCaliforni;!. free from. ill A;r..l.l,Vii.;n...l...
hey 4ie' the Great i:!ood Purifier ami a l.ife-givit
principle,, a Perfect Innovator and Inrigorator of tl
lvstcni, c.irrying olf all i!hiiiimh mailer and remoiis
ue uioou io a neaitov condition, enriching it, relrealiic
lid inviKoraimg boih mind nnd body. They are eai
if administration, prompt m (lieir action, certain in ill.
ejulu, wfe and relinlile in all fan nf iheae.
No Person enn titke il.ei.a lin.rgn
ng lo ilircclioii,, and remain long unwell, provide
heir hones are not de.lrnvod bv mineral nnli nroilu
nean.1, and the vital organs wasicd lieyund Ilia
repair.
DyaoeitHlnor Inillir.nl loll. Ileail.irlii.. Pi!
iii. Shoulder.. Conlu, Tiglntien of llie Cliei., Dij
iness, Sour Ernctaiion of llie bnnnacli, Had Tail
llie Month, Uiliona Atiaclis, Palpitation of III
lean, Inllamiiiatiniiut llie l.unss. Pain in the retool!
he Kidneys, and a hiioilred oilier luiiifiil vuiilomi
re the olfipring.i of Dyspensia. In ihe coinplaim
Ikis no eqnal, nud mie bolile u'ill prove a betler guai
u, ,,3 inci hi, iii mi n leiriiiy iiuverimeiuent.
For Pamnle ii.ilnliu, in ynimn or olt
mined or niiiRle, ai ilie dawn of wiwiaiilinnd, or th
nrn of life, these 'I'oicc Hitlers display so decided a
hfliiLMico that a niaiked iinprovenienl is toon nertet
ible. f
for IiiflitinniKtory au.I Clironlo RIiii
tint Id nt and Gmit, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, iiilioui
eminent and Inleiitiitleiit Fevers, Diseases of lh
Hood, l.iver, Kiducys and Bladder, these Hitlers liav
een most successful. Such Diseases are caused b
'mated lllood, wlixh n generally produced by derann
lent of llie Digestive Organs.
Tlioynie aGeulle Piu-rnllvo n well a
1'nulii, possening also the peculhr merit of aclin
sa powerful acent in relieving Cnngiinn or Inflanr
Lilian of llie Liver and Visceral Organs, and iu llilion
)iseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Teller, Sal)
Mieuni, Itlotches, Spois, Pimples, I'nsiules, lloils, Csi
Uncles, King-worms, Scald Head, Sure liyes, Er
p.iaa. Iich, Scurfs, Oiscnloraliousof the Skin, Humol
ad Diseases of llie Skin, of whaiever name or nature
re literally dug up nud carried out of the system in
mrt time by the line of these Millers. One hot lie
icli cases will convince tho must incredulous of the
unlive effects.
( Iciuiso Hie Vliiatetl lllood whenever vo
iid its impurities bursting tlirougli the skin in Pimple)
irupiions, or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it oh
ructcd and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when il i
ml ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the bloct
ure, and the health of llie system will follow.
Jriitrr.il ilioiwnmla proclaim Vinugs Bit
ass llie innstwondcilul Invinr.mt that ever sustains
le sinkim sysiem.
Plii, Tape, and oilier Worms, lurking I;
is system of sa in my thousands, are elfccmally de
royed and lenimc 1. Says a dijiinguished physiol
;ist: There is scaav1' an individual upon the face of th
irtli whose body iai .cmpt frmn the presence of worm.
is not upon tlic healthy elements of I he body tlu)
onus csin, but u i.ia llie diseased humors and slim,
sposits that breed iliess living inonslers of disease
lo sysiem of Medicine, nn venuifuges, uo sntlialinirf
ics, will free the t;iieni fiom worms like tiles Uij
Mcchnulenl Dinenscs. Persons engaged l
aims and Mineral , such as Plumbers, Type-setter,
old-beaters, nnd Miners, ns they advance nilift, wit
sullied to paralvsi of the Bmvcls. To Riiai d agains
lis take a dose of Wai.kbh's Vinkuau Uitieks one
twice a week, ns a Prevcniivo.
Iillloim, Iteiiilltear, ninl Iiilei'mltn
'evcrs, which aro no prevalent in the valleys of ou
iY.it rivers llirou-l t iIh' Uoiied Siaies, esiieciall'
lose of the Mirsw-'ppi, C)hii, .Nlisnini, Illinois, Ttti
esee, Citinlierlaud, vi-kaiisa. Red, Colorado, Ilrafot
lin (irande, Peail, A abaiu.i, Mnl.llc. Savannah, Koan
ke, James, and many inihcri, wiih Iheir vait iribula
e, itiro.ii-1io.it our , nliio cnunliy .luring ihe Siiimiia
nd Aiittrnni, ami icmarkahly so dining seasons
nusiial heat and dunes', a-c inv.nialdy airompanie
y extensive derane oius ol ilu sinonch mid liver, an
ilicr nbilomuial vise-i.t. 'l'Uoro are uhvavsninreorlei
biruciiousof the Hi vr, a weakness and irritahle stnf.
the slnm.icli, and great lorpnr nf the bowels, bein
lodged up will; vitiated acruunilatiiuK. In I heir irn
luur, a purgative, evevtin a priwcifnl inllncuce tio;
lese various organs, is essentially necessary. There i
calhanlc for Ihc purpnsa aii il to ln. J Wai.ksn'
'imkcak HiTi itit-, an they will siiecdfly remove til
ark colored viscid ri.iiter vtiili which the liowel. ar
Miled, nt Ihe saniii lima Riiniolaiiti!; the secretion.
le liver, and genci.iiiy rcsluriug the healihy.fuuciion
llie digestive nri;aii..
Sn'ofiiln. or Kline's Tvll, While Swellingi
Jlcers, Erysipelas, ivelle 1 cck, tluitur. Scrofulnu
nlViniinations, Iud "nit lnll.inintnliius, Mercurial AI
ictions, Old Sores, Krupilous of Ihe Skin, Sore Evw
tc.ctc In ihesir, as in all other constitutional Dis
ac. Wai.kkk-h X'lno.u Iha'Ticus have shown llioi
rcat curative puwcij ill lh; most obstinate and intracl
itlit canes.
l).r. Vnlker'Cnlirii-nln Vliicnr Hlller
ct on all these cacj iu a similar luanuirr. I'v iurifyin
lie lllood they remove the cnise, nnrl hvrpiwilviug awa
lie efect. of the innamin.iiinu (ihe (iihci-cular deMititt
lie affected parts receive health, and a permanent cur
elfecled.
The proper! tr of Dn. Waikkh'i ViNanA
liTirtRs are Aperioui, Oi.ioliiueiic ami Cutiuiiiaiivc
futvitiouH, Laxative, Diureiic, Sedtnive, Couuier-Irri
nil. Stidorilic, Alterative, and Anti-ISiiious.
The AperlfTit nud miUl l.fcative properties c
)r. Wai.kkh's Vin'koak liiTTSR-i aro ihe best sate
tiard in all. canes of eruptions and malignant feven
heir balsamic. healin;, and sooiltiut! propitriies protet
lis liumnrs of the fauces. Their Si'daiive propertie
Itay pain in the nervous system, sioni.ich, and boweU
ithcr from inflanunition, wnnl, coic, cramps, eu
.'heir Couiiler Irritant iulluecce extends ihroutdios
lie system. (Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
eys, correcling anil reulntint; the How ol urine. Thei
tiili-llilioii. prnK.ilicn.liimil.ue ihe liver, in tile ..cm
ion of bile, and its discharges ihrouh the bihai y ducti
ml are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure (
liliuiis Fever, Foecr and Ague. eic.
Fortify She 1 nly ni;nliil dUrn.ebv puri
,'iuti all its fluids wiih Vini qah IIiti hhi. No .ni
enuccan take hold of a system ihus (brearmed. Til
ver, the .loinacli, the Love's the k'dneys, snd lh
erves are rendered diKaae ptoof by this great iuvij
rant.
Direction. Take of the tlitters on going lobe
night from a half In on and nne.-lialf wine-glassful
Cat good nourislilii; food, such as beefsteak, inutto
hop. venison, ru.n- beef, and vegetables, and lat
iit-door exercise. They arc composed of purely veget
hie ingredients, and contain nn .pint.
WALKER, Prop'r. It. II. MeDONAI.D CO,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton St.., New Vork
?OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALFkS
C BEST IN THE WORLD. f
1 .aTOTDC .uifST '...s.
'"meRIP1-"-'
&CND rOR ACIRCVL'P
New York OIHoo. 27 BEEa W-iJ 0T.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE!
Tlioma Mellor, Plaintiff,
gainst
John Pet i, defendant and in'lnclpnl, and th
Marietta a incmnnii itutironti Loinpany
ns reorganized, C-iunltliee.
IN ATTACHMENT.
GARNISHEE. Before Henry Robertson, J.
I'., oi mammiii lowtismi,, niton ic, v.
ON the Sth day of January. A. D. 1873, said
Justice homed an order of atcu liiiiuntand
garnlHlien In the alsivo nelion, for Iho sum of
irty (loiiaiN nun nine ci-nis w h uo; principal,
nd'flrieen dollars, (IS UO,) niuliablu cost or
said action.
hnlil cause was continued for nubllcstloa
until t) o'clock a. in., ol' the amli day of Kvbru-
ry, A. u. win.
illO.U.ll iUC.Lii.LIU, i iniuiiii.
January JS, l'iU-8w
JfEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP.
THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, &c.
Mado Expressly for My Trade njr the
33 m o o? -w o iz jc iwn am iq-
AND OF
THE VERY BEST MATERIALS !
An experience) of many yenr In the maun-
snuiiirii ni jioiiii. nini nuiH-i, pnHllIC
ino to sill t the n am h of every
body. Call nt my
and Iwlllprnvj It to yon. I n ii.li you to exam-
suu .'uviiii iisii. my sui . nini ieuiut.no
extiu:mki,y low pnici-.si
and I am sure joa will he pleased.
BOUTS, UI10E8, Ac, MADE TO OlIDERM
ZZfAlUSQ DOSS 1H TUB ST STUX
TnoMlovtantof an thing la mv UnosSiotiia
0ouUWt e nte blot golug Uc hut u.
pwmKi vr. a. w.

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