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TH13 MoiRT HITU .ENQUIRER, 'WEDNESDAY, MABCH, SO, 1878.
The McArthur Enquirer.
J. W. IIO'WEN, Kdltor and Publisher,
MoAUTHUll.OUIO, - . MAKCil SO, 1873,
. N.
J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MoARTHUR, OHIO,
NO WJSINK8S DONE OX SATURDAY8.
March is getting wild this morn
ing;. Has tho spring-time come, "gen
tie Annie ?"
Do you .wish to take this paper
for six months or a year ?
Thk glad songs of the birds are
heralding tho advent of Spring.
The hens are now engaged in
business, and the price of eggs has
fallen.
The remedy for hard times ia to
set your money in motion. Keep
it moving.
Those who were born on the 29th
of February missed their birth-day
this year.
Many quiet rains have come
among ns during the past week.
The people rejoiceth.
Bad roads are now in order
throughout the county. The road
leading to Dundas does not improve
as it grows older.
The bad weather during the past
few days causes a general stillness
to prevail throughout our county.
Warm and pleasant days are anx
iously looked for.
m
The absconding Sheriff .of Athens
county stated that lie was going to
Coolville. lie no doubt intended
this as a cool joko, as he Wasn't got
cool enough to return.
The contractors, Gilman, Ward
fe Co., have again commenced work
upon tho bridge across the creek,
near the dwelling of Mrs. Rouuins,
one mile east of town.
We will print tickets for the va
rious townships for the April elec
tion at low prices. Come and see
us and leave tho names of candi
dates. m a
The contractors for the building
of the County Infirmary Building
are proceeding with the work in
accordance with the plans and spec
ifications. One of the many married ladies
of this town informs us that
High-low Jack is a very pleasant
companion, for he succeeds in keep
ing her husband out so late nights.
The second quarterly meeting of
Zalcski Circuit will not be as an
nounced at Fee Chapel, but at
Zalcski, March 29th and 30th. Tho
Society at Fee are now in the midst
of repairs upon their church.
E. N. NICHOLS, Pastor.
TnE attention of the people every
where is directed to tho advertise
ment of John W. Wilcox, dealer in
dry and fancy goods, groceries, fec,
and especially to his list of prices
of family groceries. He is under
Belling everybody everywhere. Let
the people far and near visit his
store.
The Zalcski Freight and Accom
modation train, Charley Grice,
Conductor, has become quite unruly
during the past few days, greatly to
the annoyance of Charley and all
those interested in the regular trips
"she" makes between Chillicothe
and Zalcski. Last Saturday "she"
jumped off the track while making
the trip between Vintou Station
and Vinton Furnace. As "she" had
jumped the track a number of times
previous to that day, Charley and
his faithful train men helped heron
again in a hurry.
Tub Democratic Central Com
mittco of Vinton met at tho Audi
tor's ofllcc, on Wednesday last, for
the purpose of reorganizing: Pres
cntr W. W. Belpoiid, U. S. Clay-
poole, J. W, Bowen. Absent : A
J. Swaim, C. P. Ward. J. W. Bow
en was chosen Chairman, and U.
S. Claypoole, Secretary of the Com
mittee. The Coinmittco then ad
journed until Thursday night,March
27th. Let all the members of the
Committed bo in attendance at this
meeting.
Convenient StoppinO Place.
There la no place in Chillicothe so
convenient for tho traveler to stop
as tho Depot Hotel, a few steps
from the railway depot, kept by M.
Merkle. Everything about tho
house presents tho neatest appoar
ance: tho rooms nicely furnished
. tho tables covered with the best
oatablca; and tho landlord and the
clerks always ready at all hours of
.the day or night to care for all who
may call. See tho card In this pa
per, and remember tho Depot Hote
when you visit that city .
Apolooktic. W are . liot given
to apologies as regards tho mechan
ical appearance of Tun Enquirer
or The Witness, but tho daubed
and streaked appearance of tho last
few numbers demand an explana
tion. The inking apparatus of the
power press has been out of repair
for some time, and should havo been
remedied for this number, but un
accountable delays in procuring the
necessary material prevented us
from carrying out our improve
ments. The reader will bear with
us a week longer, when wo hope to
havo everything in full trim, and do
work equal to any in the State.
FOREMAN.
Crawford House. This hotel,
situated on the corner of Sixth and
Walnut streets, Cincinnati, and
kept by Messrs. Oakes & Fisiiek, is
one of tho very best kept houses
anywhere. The landlords give their
personal attention to the manage
ment of the house and the comfort
of the guests, and spare no pains in
rendering the latter comfortable
We take pleasure in recommending
it to the traveling public as among
the best conducted hotels. Every
tiling is quiet, clean, neat and com
fortablc. The table is 'all that
could be desired; tho clerks cour
teous and attentive; and to our uu
merous readers and to business men
everywhere, who may have occa
sion to visit the "Queen City," we
wish to say that the house is all
that could be desired.
The card of the house will be
seen in this paper.
I
The entertainment given by the
members of tho McArthur Debating
Society last Saturday . evening, at
School House Hall, was largely at
tended -we might say, densely
packed. The orations, declarations
and dialogues were all rendered in
an apt and easy, manner, conferring
great credit upon the participants.
We were glad to see such a house
full, because it is au encouragement
and endorsement of tiie boys' laud
able efforts to become men of emi
nence and intelligence, and be
prepared to fill the places in gov
ernmental duties left vacant when
their fathers "have gone before."
Rush forward, boj's. Let "Excel
sior be your rateuworu.
The McArthur Brass Band its
second appearance in public dis
coursed some excellent and appro
priate music on this occasion. The
boys are making rapid progress
upon their instruments, and if per
severance and application is an in
dex, they will soon rival the best
bauds in the 'State.
Cupid's Arrow. This is the title
of a monthly periodical published
at Indianapolis, Ind., by Albert &
Dow. It is a fino specimen of
typography, neatly printed upon
tinted paper, and throughout does
honor to the "art preservative." It
is devoted to the interests of those
matrimonially inclined, and is a
good medium through which to
choose a husband or wife. Send
ten cents and get a specimen copy.
The number before us is brim full
of good stories, poetry and miscel
laneous reading. It's jolly. Terms,
75 cents per year.
[COMMUNICATED.
Correction.
Editor Enquirer: It has been
currently reported in certain locali
ties of this county that U. S. Clay-
)oole, our candidate for delegate to
tho Constitutional Convention, used
his influence to cflect my defeat
last fall. To all those who have
heard such reports I would say that
I am satisfied that it is utterly un
true, and that I shall heartily sup
port Claypoole for election to tho
office of delegate this Spring, and I
hereby recommend and request all
my frionds to do the same.
GEORGE E. COOK.
March 24th, 1873.
The attention of thoso whom it
may couccrn is directed to the ad
vertisement of P. Gardner, of Pine
Grove, Gallia county, Ohio, of his
horse Ivanhoe,' tho . finest in tho
country. Tho pedigree and other
information concerning , this horse
can be ascertained by addressing
William Waddle, ' of Chillicothe,
Ohio, Nelson Richmond, McArthur,
or Mr. Gardner.
Albert W. Chamberlin, of
Cleveland, who pleaded guilty
to an indictment of murder
some weeks ago, appeared in
court Tuesday and changed his
plea to "not guilty" His de
fense will he based on the plea
of insanity. .
At the last examination of toach
ers the following named persons re
ceived certificates:
, For 18 months, D. B. Dye; for 12
months, Alvfra Campbell; for 6
months, Charlotte Dowd, Anna Mc-
Kinnis and Mary Bobbins.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
DIED.
Tit ACE WELL. In McArthur, on Sunday
morning, March 111 If!!!, of measles, (IKOUuT
A., son of Mohkh ,, and Fannic Traoc
well aged to yearn, 11 inonlhi,amlUdyt,
...
Special Notices.
lCinlifintloii "Turning. f.lirai, Karma In
South-west Missouri. Tlio Atlantic 4 Pnclflc
Railroad Company OITurn 1,200,000 acre oMuud
in Ccnti-al ami South-went Missouri, at from !)
to$l!!iui'iU'ri,onTeu yearn' time, with tree
transportation from Mt. Louis to nil purchas
er. Climate, Boll, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society In
vlte emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowers. Yor particulars address A,
Tuck, Lund Commissioner, 8t. Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, and thousands) more are turn
ing thair oyes towards new homes In the fer
tile Went. To those going to Missouri, Kan
san, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend
a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis, over tho Missouri Paclflo Railroad
which runs its lino Day Coaches and Pullman
Sleepers from St. Louis to principal points In
tho Went, without change. We believe that
the Missouri Tacino Railroad has the best
track and the llnest and safest equipment of
any line west of the Mississippi, aud Its con
nections with roads further West are prompt
and reliable. Tho Texas couuection of this
road is now completed, aud passengers are
offered a first-clans, ' all-rail routo from St
Louis to Texas,' either over the Missouri,
Kansas k Texas K. H. via Scdalla, or orer the
Atlautio & l'aclllo It. R. via VI" Its. For
maps, time tables, information ai to rates,
routes, 4c, we refor our roadera to S. II.
Thompson, Kastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio, or K. A. Ford, General Passenger
Ageut. St. Louis, Mo. Questions will bo cheer
fully and promptly answered. 1-ly
Chapped handa, face, rough skin, pimples,
ringworm, milt-rheum, aud other cutaneous
affections cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using tho Juniper Tar Soap, made
by Caswell, Hazard 4 Co., New York. Be cer
tain to get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there are
many worthless imitations made with common
tar. J)ec4-lw
A CARD. A Clergyman, whilercsidingin
South America, us Missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy for the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early deogy, disease of the
urinary and semi mil organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers havo been
cured uy tms noDlo remedy. Prompted by a
desire to bent lit tho afflicted aud unfortunate,
I will send the receipt for preparing and usiug
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to any one
who needs it, frt of Chargtl Address
JOSKPII T. INMAN,
Station I), Bible IIouse.N. V. City.
March 19, 1B7S-v7,u10.
To the Buffering. The Itcv.Wm.H. Nor
ton, whilo residing iu Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered iu that laud of medicines n remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy bus cured myself after all
otbor medicines had failed.
Wishing to bcnullt the suffering, I will send
the recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire It, Frcoof Charge.
Please send an euvelopo, with your name
and address on it. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
676 Broadway. New York City.
March 19, 1878-v7,nl0. 3
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. W. Slsson'n.
The PUBSsr and Sweetest Con Liver Oil
is Hazard A Caswell's, made on the sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, IUz-
aiw & to., New l ork. It is absolutely Dure
and sweet. Patients who have onco taken it
prefer it to all others. Physicians have decided
it superior to any of tho other oils in tho mar
ket. Dece-lSw
For Fluo Perfumery, go to Sissou's Drug
Store.
The Host Plaoe.-The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qucenswarc, (Jliisswiu-o, Notions, Ac,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, iu Za-
luslil, ut all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken in exchange for goods, at
Ills store. In connection with his storo he has
a Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything iu that lino on short notice and at
lowflgurus. Go and see him. tf
Dr. N.J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Settlement Notice. Porsons knowing
themselves indebted to tho Urm of J. A. Mist-
TIN & Co., Znloski, Ohio, are requested to
call forthwith and scttlo accounts. Do not
ulay. . J. A. Martin Co.
Marcus, ltns-at
For Pure Drugs aud Mcdiciues, go to Sis-
son's.
Dr. N.J. Bowers. Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five II u nd rod Thousand.-500,000 bottles
of Gi'ocuc's August Flower havo been Bold In
this State in threo months. Wo only ask you
to go to the drug stores of Running or Sumon,
McArthur, Ohio, and got abottloWs ofeh-argt
or a regular size at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to euro Dyspepsia or Liver cons
plalut, Sick headacho, Costivencss, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
impure Blood, and all diseaso caused by Im
pure Blood, or dorungod Stomach and Liver.
Try it. G. G. GKEEN, Proprietor,
.Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. N. J, Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Settlement Notice. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to tho Arm of Richmond
Hohn, are requested to call Immediately
and settle accounts. Wo cannot carry ac
counts from oue year to another, and pay our
own bills. RICHMON D k HUHN.
Octobor8,I872.-tf.
Cleveland, April, 1673.
Mess. Lefhingwell & Co:
We have used the "Boymer, Bauman ACo.'s
Strictly Puro White Lead," sold by you, and
have found it uniformly and finely ground,
very white, and of excellent body. For Purity,
Durability, and Superior Finish, we can re
commend it to all parties wishing good work
done,
J as. Hays, M. B. Gibbons, J. Chubb & Son,
Geo. Scholey,H. L. Denning.
LEGAL.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that GeokoiGatos
ei.L has deposited with the Treasurer of Vin
ton Co., ., tho nmnnut required to redeem the
following described laud, to-wit: The North
west of the Koiilh-west quarter of Section ,
TownslilpO, Kuuge 19; said land having been
sold for taxes on the third Tuesday of Janua
ry, 1H72, in tho nnuie of Gkokok (iATOHELL to
It . ('. Jonks, and which i-erllllciito was after
ward transferred to Jonathan Coy.
W. W. BKLKOKD, Aud'r Vinton Co., O.
March 19, ltffi-8w.
PROBATE NOTICE.
PiiobatkCouht, Vinton Co., o,
Notice is hurchv clvon that Iton'T Da vis,
an Kuardian of William J. aud Ruth A.
Mamfmii.l, iiiliioi-s, has filed his amountai.vlth
said wards for partial selllnncut, and that
tho heiii-iiifr of the same Is set for tho 18th day
of April, 1873, at 11 o'clock, a. in.
H. II. MAYd, Probate Jud ge.
March 15, lB73-4t,
LEGAL NOTICE.
Jacob II. Iiawi, of the county of Keokuk,
Iowa, Shi ah Comnlis ami Isaac K. C'ooiulis.
of the county of Clay, Illinois, will take no
tice that Joseph K. Ilaivk and Heboora Hawk,
havo Uliid Iheir petition In the Court of Com
mon Pleas. A virion county, Ohio, against
t.liein and David Hawk, John H. Hawk, Oco.
W. Hawk. aid (Inn. W. Dnnnlsnn, Kuardlau of
milil (Ira. W. Hawk, setting forth that Jucob
Hawk, late of Vliitoucoiinlv, Ohio, ileceaHed,
ou the 6th day of April, ltmi, mnile, cxecntcd,
and delivered, a ilocd of fiiuurul warrant r, to
aiild Joseph r and Rebecca Hawk, to certain
premises, doscrlhud In snld deed as follows:
The N. W.jJi of Hoe. t, Town., 11, It. 17, and
Tho 8, W. K of 800. II, T. 11, It. 17 j and avor
rl ns; thuttuid latter description was Inrnr
reet, and mistakenly described, and should
have been ileaiM-ilipd. as the . W. U of Sec. II,
T. 11, R. 17; and SHklng that said niUukeu de
scription be rorrei'tad, so as to coiit'nriii to tho
Intention of tho parties; aui that a deed ha
ordered to them for said prcnilxes, eorroctly
desnrihnd, and such other relief as may ho
equitable, Bald slcrendents will ho reiiuirod
to answer laid petition, on or Wore the td
day of May,lH73.
JOSKriI 1MIAWK,
- RKI1K(JCAHAWK. )
,
J. M. MflOiu.iVBAi, Att'y.
u
Maroh 10, ltna-t.
PROSPECTUS.
rpHl! QEEAT
DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL I
thb rEnew yobk
33onJ. "Wood,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
A Mat! Eiili Pap Sleet
Fifty-Six OlumDS of Eeadgin
Matter.
Contains ALL THE NEWS,
foreign, domestic, political and
general, with full and reliable
market reports. Each number
also contains several short sto
ries, and a great variety of lite
rary, agricultural matter, etc.,
etc., constituting:, it is confident
ly asserted, the most complete
weekly newspaper in this coun
try.
TERMS, $2 A YEAR.
Inducements to Clubs:
Five Copies, one year, C 900
Ten Copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the sender... 18 00
Twenty Coules. one vear.ancl an ex
tra eopy to lender 8 00
Fifty Ooplee, one year, and an ex
tra eopy to sender t...... 85 00
Parties sending clubs as above
may retain 20 per cent of tho money
received by them, as commission.
Persons desiring to act as
agents supplied with specimen
bundles. Specimen copies sent
free to any address. All letters
should be directed to
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NEW,, YOBK WEEKLY HEWS,
' . "Hi-i- .i"t '.'...;
. BOX 3,195,
Yw Yark City Post Office. ,
WA1
Neglect, a Couuhl Nothing is more curtain
to my mu luiiiniuuou lur iiiiuro evil uunsu
(IUCIICI'1.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a euro euro for all diseases of the rosulra-
tory organs, sore throat, hoarsuness. dryness
or mo iiirom, 1 uuis, uroup, j'ipnimiriu, asiu
nia. Catarrh, Windpipe or Ilioncbial Tubes,
and all dlsouses of tho lungs.
In all rases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should he promptly and freely
used. They cqualizo tho circulation of the
blood. niiilKUto the severity of the attack, and
will, In a very short time, restoro healthy ac
tion to thealiected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are nut up only In
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If they
can't he had at your druggist's, send at once
to tho agent in Sew York, who will forward
them by return mull.
Don't be deceived by linltatiouB.
Bold by druggists. Suf Price 26c a box.
JOllNQ.KKI.LOGG.lS Piatt St, N. Y.
Send for Circular. Solo agent for United
States. 11 -4 w
,
J SPECIAL ATTENTION.
Of manufacturers who have bocoine dlsgnstod
with the odors of Paralllne Oils, and their ill
elTents upon machinery, is Invited to
K. II. KKi.iono'g SPERM Kngiue oil
ft II 20 gal.
is. II. Kkdloiiu'i SPBUM Spindle oil
(t 1 15 'ft gal.
K. II. Kkli.oou's TALLOW Englne.oil - --
$1 10 f gal.
II. Kki.louq'b TALLOW Sulndle oil .
(a) II 05 W gal.
Manufactured only by
K. 11. KULLotiU, Ho. 17 cedar St., . I.
mxrwxirar machikh,
Is the Best in the World.
Agents wanted. Bend for Circular. Address
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bclier Scandal, Senatorial Briberies, con
gressmen, Kings, Lobbies, and the wonderful
sights of the National Capital. Itsellsquick.
Send for circulars and see our terms aud a full
description of the work; address, NATION
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TRITE FOB ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST.
Address
Breech-lonnlnir shot ituns t-10 to ISOO. Double
Shot Guns, IS to $150. Single guns 3 to 20. Ri
fles (8 to $75. ltevolvors$6to$5. Pistols $1 to
JR. Gnu Material, Fishing Tackle. Large
discount to dealers or clubs. Army Guns, Re
volvers, &e., bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. 0 . D. to be examined before
paid for. ll-sw.
I
IN PREMIUMS,
Two New Potatoes!
' Kxtrn Early Vermont 10 Days Eariar
rn than Eurly Rose. Very productive and
1 of excellent llavor. $i per lb.; 4 lbs.,
tnp bymuil, postsaid, for $3.50,
nCl t'ompton's Surprise, 828 bushels to
I tlis acre. A little later than Early
1 El Huso. E(ml in quality. $3 per lb.,
H" by mail, postpaid.
Q $600 will be awarded as Premiums to
C3 those who produce the largest quantity
. from 0110 pound. Descriptive circu-
lai-s of the above, with a list of 800 va
CQ r -1 rieties of potatoes, free to all.
rl f llliiBtrated Seed Cntalogue, 200 pages
with colored chroino, 85 ccuts.
A now Tomato, the ' ARLINGTON'
F.svlv. soliil and uroductivo. Price 25
r3 cents per racket. 5 packets for $1.
B. JL BLISS SOJiS, 2S Park Place. N . Y.
11-4W
12,000,000 -RESI
The Cheapest Land In Market for 8ale ij the
Union Pa Eailroai Company,
in Tie GREAT PLATTE VALLEY.
a nnn raw ACRES IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA I
Now for sale In tracts of forty acres and p
k ami 1(1 rnara' creilit at 6 Der cent
No advance interest required. '
Mild and licamuui ciiniuHi, lunim swii, ouu
abundance of good water. ,.,,, .
n... i L ......I... In IhA WAaft T1A O-rAflC
mining regions of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah,
umi riuvwiii, uuimj, o "I'l"-1 " j
the Platte Valley.
OT.T)TTr.T?.fl
Eatitleflto aHomesteaiof 160 Acres
Th Best Locations for Colonies.
FREE HOMES SOU ALL I Millions of
. nl. .... Unuimnnnl T.nmlfl ft 11 (' II for
entry umlor tho Homestead Law, near this
great uauroaii, wiin goon niurnoi mm w
convenience of an old settled country.
Free passes to purchasers of Railroad Land.
Sectional Maps, showing tho Land, also new
edition t Descriptive Pamphlet with new
maps mailed free every where. Address,
O.K. DA V IS
ll-4w Laud Com. U. P. R. R., Omaha, Neb
....(... V. .. l,nrn WlMYIIulir It Will
eradicftto, extirpate and toro;iKbly destroy
All UOIHOIIOUB lUBUHH I" "
" ...ii.. fticwi all irAiltstnoRiflnn
1 there want of action In your Liver
- m r. ll.1.,n.l tUn lilnrul lift
w I 1... l..ttni-I.tisa aanNit. nnl. tllVt-
dticinxncrofulous or skin dlttoRBes, Klotchos,
loss diROKtlon U i)ii)iii)tly aided tho system
Is debilitated with poverty oi 1110 mouii,
Ki-oiwlcul tendouoy, gonoral Weakness and
Have TOM weakneas of the Intostlneat
Vni. uMtii iinnirnr ni i,nrf,niu xiiiniiuunut
nuniiiiuix'u ui niu iwioi ,
Have You weakness of the uterine
Urinary organs T xoiiaro exiusuu w u-
lorins; in "'"""! "I, ," .,ih
ATS you urjwiieii,iiiww"ji "i',,sb"'"i
.1 ..ni1 U. a..l.-i.a wlfh linnflftlTllA. llHCK
V. ...t.. ... r..M .11 f thi.uM iIIkmahah.
woaknetsus and tronbles: for cleansing and
DHrllyliiK ine vmiiceii uuw "
vixor to all the vltul forces; for but ding ni
aud restoring tho woiikcnod constitution, US.
JURUBEBA,
uhlrh ti nrnnouncml bv the leading medical
authorities of London and Pari", "tho most
uoworful tonlo and nlterstlvo known to the
r. , n'l.la ! ti nw .nil lltltrlpil
dlscovorr, nut naa long uoen lweuuyjiio
nig nnysKiiiius oi oumi wuiniw
J 1 ...ltd
utiriui njnivMiin iviuiwi. .... .i
inn. r thn ,1 irnatlve
Orgnns hy cathartics and physics, thoy give
Only temporary roiwi mn
Innojr, and dvsponsla with plies anu aiiiurwu
dlseRsos are sure to follow their use.
Keen the blood pure and health Is assured.
JOHN Q. K 1CM.OOO, 18 Piatt SU, Now 1 1 ork
Solo agent lor wie uniwi nuinT,.
I Price $1 par Imttle. Bond for C.hroular
. January W,18Wiw4-WvtBl
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T. A. MARTIN.
Desire to say to their friends and customers, and the puhlic in
general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, IIATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively Sellii Goois Cheaper
Do not huy goods before you
PRICES !
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
Better Bargains than Ever Before!
All kinds of Produce bought and sold at the Market Prices !
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satisfactory dealing.
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At "THE OLD CORNER STORE,"
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JB. O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
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and
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IS 1STOW COMPLETE!
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AND IN QUANTITIES
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IMPEYBD
0-A.DBI3NT3I3T ORGANS
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
fitted -wrrn THE
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An invention havlnsr a most imuortant bearlnirnn tho future renutstlon of Reed Instru
ments, by the use of which the quantity or Volumo of tone is very largely increased, and the
qualify ui me iouo reuuerau
cujIc that of the Best Pipe
Our celebrated "Vox Celeste," "Louis Pntcnt
voupier, i ue cnarining ieuo" or " uiai inet" otops, anu
ALL TnE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only In these Organs.
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Prices, - - 550 to $500
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KsUblished In I860. AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY.li
Address,
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IUte In stoi-e tn stock of DE.VNE RTEAM PUMPS, JUDROV OOVF-RNOllS, SASH,
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at
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ARK
than any Honse in Vinton Connty !
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goods only for CASH, OR ITS
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TO SUIT PURCHASERS
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newlt invented
tl!ALIFYINCr TIIBES:
Organs of the same Capacity
" "Vox Humana," "'Wilcox Patent," Octave
AND DEALERS IX
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Vinegar Kilters art not a vile Fsncy DrU
n.iclc of Puor Kum, WhUkcy, Proof Spirits aud RatVu
Uquort, Inclore.l, ipiccil, and twteleued to pleaas at
aits, oiled " Tonics," " Appctiurs," "RutortMS,
kc, llut lead the tippler on to druukeriiMU and r
ut nre a true Medicine, mads from the native nm
nd herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic StimulaMat
Cliey are the Great lllood Purifier and a LUt-iivte
principle, s Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of
iyslein, carrying off all misnnous mailer and mteriai
lie bluod to a licallliy condition, enriching it, refreflkas
nd invigorating both mind and body. They an t
f administration, prompt in their action, certain in lite
emits, safe and reliable in all forma of diMas.
No Person call take these Bitter aecoA
ng to directions, and remain long unwell, proviels
heir bones are not deatroyed by mineral poison oroias
neans, and tin viul organs wailed beyond Uis pok
repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Htadschs, Psi
tlis Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, De .
inett, Sour Eructaiious of tlis Stomach, Bad Taal
the Mouth, liilioui Attacks, Palpitation of ti
rleart, Inflammation of the LunRi, Pain in the regioaal
he Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptcMak
re tho oflsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaias
has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guts
Jilea of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Feinnlo Complaints, in young or eV
barrier) nr single, at tlia dawn of womanhood, M tk
urn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided a
(illuencs that a marked improvement is soon pen)
ikle.
For Inflammatory and Chronle Rhesi
DHtlsm aud Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, UilioO
temiltent and Intermittent Fevtn, Uiaeaies ef t)
Hood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, tbsa Bitters Wt
en most successful. Such Disuses 'Sr caused k
'iliated lllood, which is generally produced by dsranf .'
lent of the Digestive Organs.
Tlier are a Cleutle Purgative well i
Tonic, possessing; alio the peculiar merit of actir
a powerful agent in relieving Congeation or InRas
lation of the Liver aud Visceral Organs, and ia Bilioi
liieaies.-
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal,
llieuro, Blotcaes, Spots, Pimples, Puitulea, Boils, Cat
Uncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Kr
pelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humei
ud piieaies of the Skin, of whatever name or naluea,
re literally dug up and carried out of the system ia
Wt time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle
jch cases will couvince the most incredulous of th4
Urative effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated! Blood whenever ye
nd its iinpuritiea bursting through the skin in Pimples ..
Iruptlons, or Sores; cleans it when yon find it ok
ructed aud sluggish in the veins ; cleans it when it i
ml ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the bloe
ure, and ill health of the system will follow.
Grateful thousands proclaim Vimsoa Bri
sal the most wonderful I ilvigorant Ulat ever suatain
re sinking system. I
Pin, Tape, ami other Worms, lurking I
ayitem of so many thousands, are effectually it
royed and removed. Says a distinguished phyaiot
ill i There isscarcelv an individual upon the face of th
irth whose body is exempt from th nresence of worms
is not upon th healthy elements of the body tk
orms exist, but uiion the diseased humors and aline
ipoaila that breed these living monsters of diseasi
to system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anlhelmis)
ica, will fre the syatcin from worms like tha Bit
TS. . .
Bleehanleal Diseases. Persons enrseed fc
aints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-settee
old-beaters, and Miners, as they advance mlife, wf
subject to paralysis of the Bowels, To guard again
lis take a dose of Walkbr's Vinbcak Bittbbs one
twice a week, as a Preventive.
Dillon. Remittent, and Intermtttei
'over, which are so prevalent in the valley of on
reat river throughout the United btates, aapectalr
101 of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tea
esse, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brasot
lio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roae
ke, James, ana many oilier, witn their vast tnbuta
es, throughout our entire country during the Surant
nd Autumn, and remarkably 0 during; seasons f
nusual heat and dryness, are luvanably accompaoi
y extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, ait
titer abdominal viscera. There ar always moreor lss
bstruclions of the liver, a weakness and irritable tat
f the stomach, and great torpor of th bowels, baia
logged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
lent, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upor
les various organs, is essentially necessary. Thtre i
o cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. J. Walks'
'inigai BiTTitits, as they will speedily remove th
ark-colored viscid mailer wiin wiucn tne tjoweia ar
aded. at the same time stimulating the secretions (
10 liver, and generally restoring the healthy fnnctio
I the nigestiv organ.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whit Sweningi
Tlcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, SswofcHou
nflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Merouaml AI
iclions, Old Sores, Eruptions of th Skin, Sore Eyei
tc.etc In these, as in all oilier constitutional UN
asei, Wai.kir's Vinegar Bittsrs have shown thai
reat curative powers in the most obstinate and Intrad
bl caMi.
Dr. Walker' Califor nia Vinegar Bltte
ct on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifyiu
ha Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving awa
he effects ef the inflammation (the tubercular depotirr
lie affected parts receive health, and a permanent cut
I effected.
The properties of Dr. Walks.' ViuaoA
tiTTSis are Aperient, Diaphoretic and Carminative
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Connter-Irri
nt, Sudonhc, Alterative, and Anti-Uilious.
Aperient and mild Laxative properties t
)a Va' "" vinrqar isitters are in oest saw
ua'rd itrau cb16 f eruptions and malignant feven
heir balsamic, h."1- "a oothiiig properties prolet
he humor of th I heir Sedative propertit
Hay pain in the ucrvou y"j ""f"1. ""wen
ither from inflammation, ",d eohc. crantps. .Is
heir Counter-irritant inllueiu e" .nrougno
lie system. Their Diuretic prope.""" " 00
eys, correcting and regulating the flo.' 01 1 "J
Vnli-Biliou properties stimulate the liver, , ec
ion of bile, and its discharges through the bn. "7 UU,"J
nd ar superior to all remedial agents, lor tne
lilioua Fever, Fever and Ague, etc ' ' ?
Kortlfr the body against disease by pun
ring all its fluids with Vinicga Bittbrs. No ea
cmic can iaK noiu ai a system iuu luremmeu, xu
ver, th (tomach, th bowels, the kidneys, and ta
rve ar rendered disease-proof by this great invis.
rant. , i
Directions. Take of the Bitter on going to be
tnirhtfrom a half to on and one-half wina-claaaful
at good nourishing food, such as beefsteak, muttd
hop, venison, roast neei, ana vcgeiaoies, ana us
ut-door exercise. 1 Hey are composca oi puruy vegsj
bl ingredients, and contain no spirit
WALKER. ProD'r. R. H. McDON Al-D CO.
Drnggitts and Gen. Agls., San Francisco, Cel..
and cor. ol Washington and Lharilon Ms., Ctewi ork,.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A BOOK FORTIIE MILLION J
Marriage;
A prWatCouuielrintb
Marrltd or tboi nbcut '
tuurrj on lb pliyUIglcl .
mjildietfttid rvUtlouM(
Ihf BfltUKl TtlU. with iIm '
Guide.
UUal 4Uoorerli In produolug ud prioUn ofliprUg,
htw to prwrTB tho cmpilon, .
TbttL a u Intareallng work o f lo fcnodrtd and ilxlf
t, with uraeroui urmvlti,a, and cfluuiua raliialilo.
iDrormatloD for ittoia who are Biurrled,arODttiiiplatniar
rlaga BUllllla bnok that ought to bo kept uudar look r
and ktf, aod not laid oaroloaalj about the hoau.
It oooUioa the eipe rlenco aud advice f a phvildtft
whoMropoiatloBlo worIdwldt, and ahould bo .a tho prt
vaio drawer of every male and female ihrouc bout the eotlro
globe. Iteoibranof ovorrihini oa la auLiJeelor tbe
eratlvt tTitfrn that 1 worth knowing, and anwhthav la
aet pubUabod In any otbor work. ,
Scat to any ooe (free of poitajo) forVlftr Cent.
AddreeiDr. llutu DUnaar,No.iaNllUlaBtrtti
t. Uaif , M: ,
Mice to tho Afflicted eni UnfortuiuiU.
Befero apply In I to th notorloai quack who tvdvortlio la
ttibllo wptri,or uitou any quack romedtoo peroao pre
utta' workaematttr what your dtttaaoia, or how depler
abloyeur ooadltion. ,
Pr. atu oooupui lonblo Itoaa of twonty-Mren
rooma;t alndoned by oome of the moat celebrated arwill
Mlproroaaoraof thlaeoantry and Kurope, and ean hoooa j
olted poroonally or by Mali, on thediacaaoa nioitliuued la
bla worki. umee and part on, No. 11 K. KighlJt tinntf
between Markotand Cheauut, Ht, Uule, Mo.
UBESr IN THE WORLDS T :i
JT 1 O f .
MESIDEN.);';
-WSMIl'
tWD m A CIRCULAR JiYl
lew Tork Office. 27 BEEKMAJI BT.
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AHH00D :
HOW LOST, HOW HESTOItEl). '
Just publlslicd, new edition of Pr. I'ul
yorwell's CoUdirntcd Essnv on tho rrullcnl
cure (without niotllclue) of rliiornnsUirrhu or
Humlnal Wpnkiioss, Irivoluutarv Houiinal
Losses, Impolnnry, Montul and Physical Iu.
CApacity, linpi'illnHMir to iimrrlairp. etc.; alo, '
CoiiHiiiiiption, KilupHy and l'lu, lildiicod bv
suit Inilulfreiioo orsuxunl extruvngance.
IWl'rlco, in scali'd onvulopn, only a cents.
Tlio celvlirutcd author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a tlihty
years' succoHufnl prnotlce, that the alarming
conspqtimices nf self-sliuse may he rmlieally
cured without tho danKtirous use of IiiIci iiaI
medicine or the Application of the Itniuni
puintinirout a mode of cure atonce elinplc, bv
menus of which every sullcrer, nomuticr v. hat
his coudltion limy be. nmy cms lilinseil cIikii
ly, privately ami radically'.
jfoJjrThis Lecture should be In Die hands of
very youth and ever) uihii In tlio laud,
Kent, under sent, in a plula enyclopo, to any
ddresa, postpaid, ou receipt of six cenis, or
two posinne si iiinps,
Also, l)r. Culverwell's "ManrUge Quldu,
prir. ..u cuius. , ,
Acldrris tliu Piihllshen.,
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