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T.I-IE Mc AKrHtJB' EKQ UIBEBBNESDAY, APRIL , 1878.
Tho Mc Arthur Enquirer.
J. W. 1IDWHS, Kdltnr ami Publlaliur.
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, . - AI'lIII. 3, mi.
J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
JIClAHTHUIt, OHIO.
NO BUSINESS DONK ON SATURDAYS.
Delegate Ticket.
Election, April 7th, 1873.
Delegate to the Constitutional Con vention.
ULYSSES S. CLA.YPOOLE.
Only a few moons more, and the
trees will hang with golden blos
soms.. The merry song of the plowman
can be heard throughout tho coun
try. '; '
If you nre going to have a sale it
will be to your interest to call at
this olflee and get a neatly printed
aale bill.
Our fort-man was called to Co
lumbus this morning by the sad an
nouncement of the death of his
little grand-daughter.
Eain fell during tho greater part
of the day yesterday April 1st. It
was accompanied by thunder and
lightning early in the morning.
The April number of Godey'a
Lady's Book is on our table. La
dies can sit down to its persual with
infinite gratification. It is a superb
number.
JVe have not yet had the pleasure
r returning our thanks to any good
friend for a gallon of maple mo
lasses. Hope the time may speed
ily come.
--
Ale. Howard, the renowned vio
linist, who, our citizens will remem
ber, visited this place two years
ago, died on the 23d of February, of
congestion of the lungs, at Prophets-
ville, 111.
:,' o ; . i s
Soto. Mrs. Rachel Snyder, liv
ing on the road leading fro.n Mc
Arthur to Vinton Station, sold her
farm last week to John Dauoherty,
o Vinton Furnace, for $300 pos
.sessiv?n t0 00 S'veu t,U8 week.
Wm. Gof of tlie nim of J- & w
Gold, has ignored from town to
their farm, neai' t'" Nursery, one
mile northeast of town. Mr, G.'a
dwelling-house, in l.his town, will
be occupied by Paris Iihitow.
I m mm
The Attorney-General oi Oliio
lias decided that votes for members
of the. Constitutional Convention
must be on a separate ticket, and
must .be deposited into ballot-boxes
separate from that of the township.
The law for the protection of wild
ducks in Ohio, prevents the shoot
ing of such game between the first
of March and tho first of Septem
ber. All persons are liable to a fine
of .,$2 for every wild duck killed,
having one in possession, or expos
ing for sale. . " .
1 The following is a list of letters
remaining in the post-oflice at Za
leski, Ohio: Iienj. Ansel, William
Beck, Jno. Freeman, M. J. McMa
nus, 0. Petterson, Laton Kople,
Martha Rose, M. M. Rose, Nancy
Read, Anna Kook, Dallas Stillwell,
JSaruh Ii Schlotterback, S. V. Webb.
J. W. WILL, P. M.
J. W. WILL, P. M. April 1, 1873.
Chauncey Porter, who was born
nntl spent his childhood days in
Elk township, and who rpnipved
with his parents to St, Louis, Gra-
. . Hot county, Michigan, in 1850, 22.
j'cars ago was in this town last
week visiting his brother-in-law, J.
J. SiiocKirt, He called upon ua last
.Saturday evening, but wo did not
.. irccognizehim not having seu him
" ' ", 'for over twenty-two years. Ho left
ilor home yesterday.
' m . m mm
Good , Workmanship. Mr. Ed.
"Welling, Journeyman tinner, in the
.employ of Messrs, Richmond &
; ; JIIuiis, in this place, is a thorough,
practical workman, ,Wo had occa
sion the past week to test his skill,
n ud ho has not been found wanting,
The Job was done neatly and in a
; , gubfltantial manner, as the clean
nnd clear appearance of The En
quirer and Tjie Witness will attest.
1 ' If you' want ft good Job of tinning,
give tho above firm a call.
, A Dancb in Puosi'ect. A num
' ' her. of young gents, of this city,
i who' arq addicted to " tripping tho
' light fantastic toe," presented a
'( longthy petition to a certain house
' '; j holder, praying that he would ooi).
' V iscnt to the use of part of hia dwell-'"fin'ff'-
fur a "select" ' danco. The
'', ' '.householder replied as follows) ! ,
, "Yoii may havo tho buggy-shed;
' ; Ibut If it is not of Biittlclent izc, I
. "will liavo a platform erected out in
tho garden for your especial ben
; cllt. I would, however, advlso you
to postpone, it until tho 4th of July."
I Further devulopnionts are anxi
ously looked for,
Hit Nail on the Head.
We are pleased to find one minis
ter who has the spirit and the cour
age to "speak out in mectin'." We
refer to the remarks of Rev. Mr.
Dougoty, during tho delivery of his
sermon on Sunday evening lust, in
the M. E. Church. His subject was
the ministry, and the duties re
quired of those who would become
good practical prenchers serving
the Lord instead of mammon. The
subject was ably discussed. lie
said it was too much the practice
in these fast modern days, to choose
the calling of a minister as that of
a professorship that brains and
eloquence were the only require
ments requisite for a shepherd of a
God-loving, God-fearing people
that salary, location, etc., were the
main points, with .Christ's true
work left out. He maintained that
no man could become a good and
effective worker for Christ unless he
felt in his heart and soul that he
was "called" to serve his Master in
that position. "Suppose," bo con
tinued, "that Cougrcss, or the peo
ple of the United States, would so
amend the Constitution as to make
the M. E. Church the particular
denomination of the land its min
isters and elders to be appointed as
other appointments are made by the
Government how long would the
church remain a religious body ?
Tho thieving officials now thick in
our halls of legislation, and out of
it, would soon rob the church of its
good name and pollute its sanctu
ary. In these duys but few Con
gressmen or State legislators darken
the doors of a church, but, ou the
contrary, darken the doors of whisky
shops and houses of ill-fame, and
come out of these brothels of in
iquity iu a debauched and defiled
condition."
Rev. Mr. Doughty has hit the
nail square on the head, and there
is no controverting the facts. He
has uttered tho sentiments of every
man . and woman that is opposed to
a corrupt and polluted set of law
makers, for it is the truth when we
say that the majority of tho present
National and State officials have
placed a stigma and reproach upon
our once fair aud honest Govern
ment that years of care cannot
efface.
American Hotel, In our travels,
in various directions, we can say
with truthfulness that the Ameri
can Hotel, on the corner of High
and State streets, Columbus, Ohio,
kept by Mr. E. J. Blount, is the
best public house in this State.
There is no pcrso'i who better un
derstands how to conduct a first-
class hotel tluin M r, Bqunt; and
ho is assisted by a corps of the
most competent, gentlemanly and
attentive clerks Harvey Casiiatt
?nl Hamer Casuatt who do
everything in their power to con
duce to tho comfort of the many
"uests. We can assure tlio travel
ing public that a general air of
home comfort pervades the entire
establishment. Wc observed on
Thursday night and Friday morn
ing last that everybody about the
house felt ns though they were nt
home. Let our many readers give
the American the preference over
all other houses, when you have oc
casion to visit Columbus.
The Eastern Wool Markets.
On tho 22d ult, in New York, a
number of manufacturers were pur
chasing quietly, but generally in
small lots. Prices were about as
low ns dealers expectod thom to go,
and hence they showed no anxiety
to sell. The sales comprised 5
bales XX Ohio fleece at COe.; 2,000
lbs. low do., 55c; 3,000 lbs. tub
washed do., 65c.
h) Boston, it would be difficult to
dispose (it auy largo amount of
choice Qhio fleece, at abqve 6G58c,
though soino sales are reported at
higher pricesi Manufacturers still
hold ofT. The sales included 8,000
lbs. Ohio X at 57c.
In Philadelphia the market con
tinues dull and prices without
chango, Ohio, Pennsylvania and
West Virginia XX'nro u noted at
5700a; X, 5759; medlum,ii
blood, 5757c.; coarse, B355o.
The Democrats and Liberals of
MftfiiS(n Township, assembled at
Martiu's (Store,' (n JJalcski, pn
Thursday, March 28th, for placing
in nomination candidates for the
vorioijn township offices to bo voted
for next Monday. , J, T Black
was called to tho Chair, and J. A,
Martin chosen Secretary. 1 The
ticket placed in nomination is as
follows :
2'rutofi-sThiinas Kcnney, Jo
seph Whitlach, John I'valner,
, Treasurer John Eel.
Clerk James A. Martin.
Assessor Moses J. Robertson.
Constable Solomon ' Shipley,
George W, Greon,
' Hovf mute tHp Radical editors are
sinco tho disclosures mado during
the last session of Congress, : Not
a word do they havo to say about
tho morality and decency of tho or
guiiUntiOfl f t"0 leaders of their
party.
The ground-hog has completed
his contract. Everybody is looking
for the "spring time."
S. (!. Sticinhuook, formerly Sur
vej or of Vinton county, but at pres
ent a resident of Columbus, Chero
kee county, Knnsns, is now in this
couuty settling up some business.
Ho called at this ofiico one day last
week, but we are sorry that we were
absent at the time. lie left the
names of two new subscribers for
The McArthur Enquirer, the
finest looking and the largest paper
ever printed iu Vinton county.
Special Notices.
Emigration Turning. Cheap farms in
South-went Missouri. Tho Atlnntlo APadllc
Hull i-ond Company offurs 1,200,000 acres ol land
In Central and ttouili-w08t Missouri, at from $3
to $12 par acre, on so veu. yearn time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to nil purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
school, churches, mid law-abiding tociuty in
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and (lowers. For particulars uddrcss A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
Keyond the Mississippi. Thousands havo
already gone, and thousands more are turn
ing their cyos towards now homes In the fer
tile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nohraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or California, wo recommend
a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis, over the Missouri Pacific Railroad,
which runs it!) line Day Coaches aud rullmau
Sleepers fromSt. Louis to principal points in
tho West, without chango. Wo heliovo that
tho Missouri I'acillo Railroad has the best
track and the II nest and safest equipment of
any lino west of the Mississippi, and its con
nections with roads farthor West are prompt
and reliable. Tho Texas connection of this
road is now completed, aud passengers are
oll'ered a first-class, all-rail routo from St
Louis to Texas, either over tho Missouri,
Kansas & Toxas R. R. via Scdnlla, or over th
Atlantic & Paciflo R. K. via Vinita. For
maps, timo tables, information as to rates,
routes, &e., wo refer our readers to S. II.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General Passenger
Agent, St, Louis, Mo. Questions will be cheer
fully and promptly answered. 1-ly
Chapped hunrts, face, rough skin, pimples,
ringworm, salt-rheum, und other cutaneous
affections cured, and the sklu made soft and
smooth, by using tlio Juniper Tar Soap, made
by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. Bo cer
tain to get the Juniper Tar Soap, us there are
mauy worthless Imitations made with common
tar. Dec4-12w
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing in
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary and aomiind organs1, and the whole
train of disorders brought ou by baneful aud
vicious habits. Great numbers havo been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desiro to bencllttlie n 111 ic ted and unfortunato,
I will send the receipt for preparing and using
this medicine, iu a scaled envelope, to any one
who needs it, free of Charget Address
JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
Station r, liiblo House, N. Y. City.
March 10, lt7) vl.nlO. ,
To the Suffering. 'i'hp Rev. Win. II. Nor
ton, while residing iu Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered In that laud of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after all
other medicines had failed.
Wishing to benefit tho suffering, I will send
tho recipe for preparing nnd using this rem
edy, to all who dual ro it, Prou of Charge
Plcaso send aa envelope, with your name
aud address on it. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
670 Rroadwav. New York City.
March 19, 1873-v7,nl0.
For Ayor'i Medicines, go to G, W. 6i9Sou's.
Tlio I'VRKST AND SWKKTIST COD LlVKR OIL
is Hazard & Cuswcll's, made on tho sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Haz
ard & Co., Now York. It is absolutely pure
aud sweet. Patients who have onco taken it
prefer it to ail others. Physicians havo decided
it superiqr to. any of tho other ols in the mar
ket. ' l)ec4-12w
For Flno Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug
Store.
The Rest Place. Tlio choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quocuswurc, Glassware, Notions, &c,
can bo-had at Davis Duncan's Store, in Za
leskl, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken 111 cxcliupgo for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store lie has
a .Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that lino on short notico and at
low figures. Go nnd see him. tf
lif, ff. J. Bowers, Dontlst, McArthur, O.
Settlement Notloe. Persons knowing
themselves indebted to tho ttnn of J. A. M Ait
tim & Co., Zalcskl, Ohio, lira requested to
call forthwith and settle accounts. Do not
dulay, J. A . Maiitin ft Co.
March I, U7t
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis
son's. Dr. N. J. Bowurs, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five Humlrod Thousand.-500,000. bottles
of Greene's August Flower have been sold In
tills State iu three months. Wo only ask you
to go to the drug stores of Gunning orSlsson,
McArthur, Ohio, and getabottleffs of charge
or a regular size at 75 cents. Evory bottle
warranted, (o pire Dyspepsia er Livorcop
plalnt, Sick headache, Costlvnoss, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, SourStomach, Indigestion,
Impure Wood, and all dlseaso caused by Iin
puro Dlood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It. . G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Deutist, McArthur, O,
Settlement Notice. AH persons knowing
themselves Indebted to tho flrm of Richmond
& Iluiitf, are roquosted to call Immediately
and settle accounts. Wo cannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, and pay our
owa bills. RICIIMON D & 1HJ1IN.
October 8, 1878. tf.
Cleveland, April, 1879. .
Mas, Li;?rNUWK(L. St Co;
We havo used tho"Jloynior, Kaumun ACo.'s
Strictly Ptiro Whlto Loud," sold by you, and
linvo found It uniformly and finely ground,
very white, and of excellent body. For Purity,
Durability, and Superior Finish, wo can ro
sommeud it to nil parties wishiug good work
done.
Jus. Hays, H. B. Gibbons, J. Chubb & Son,
Goo, Bcboloy.H. L, rviini(,tf, . ,
LEGAL.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that (iROHOKGATCH
Kl.l. has deposited with Iho Treasurer of Vin
ton Co., O., tho amount required to redeem the
following described land, to-witi The North
west of tlio South-west quarter of Section V,
Township D, Range 10; said land having been
sold lor taxes on the third Tuday of .Janua
ry, 1H72, in the nnmo of Gkohiik U atohkli. to
II. C. .Io.nks, ami which cortillcato was after
ward transferred toJonutlian t'oy, i
' W. W. llULUdlil), Aud'r Vinton Co., O.
March HI, UfW-aw.
PROBATE NOTICE.
'pbqoatb Court, Vinton Co., Ov
Notico Is hereby given that Rob't Davis,
as guardian of William J. and Hutu A.
HAMiMlli.L, minors, has tiled his amounts with
said wards for partial settlement, and that
the hearing of the same It setfor (he tilth day
of April, JttTi), at It o'clock, a. m.
H. 11. MAYO.l'robato Judge."
March 15, 1H8-4U
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
rHOBATK COl'IIT, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO;!
Notice Is hereby given Hint THOMAS
VAH'1U guardian ofJAMHS 10. CARNAL,
a minor, lias IHud Ills account with said ward
for nitrliiil iiitilenlent, nnd that tho same Is net
nil' nenriim un uiu if ill (lay 01 April, A. 1. ll,
lit 10 o'clock A. M. 1 "
H. B. MAYO, Probate Judgo.
ATTENTION CASH 8
-Or
JOIIN W. WILCOX,
And buy Dry Good. Roots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Quo
ware, aiid every ortiilo usually kept In a country store, CIltAPElt THAN IN ANY ST(
NO GOODS SOLD 0N CREDIT !
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for
BEAD LIST
COFFEE SUGAR ("A"'
("A") 12cperlb.
IIILUIW " (
f:H()lCK mo cot
lino
")FFEE S5c. " "
" ROASTED " 80c. " "
PRIMBRIO 830.. " "
eiiniciicinnriwinii'ttiih
" Y. HYSON TEA $1.21)
PI! IMT.' " (Kin
ii ii
it ii
CHOICE'WHITEDRIP'S'pHOo " gallon
MUST R ROW N MUSLIN 12o "yard
PRINTS Ho " "
KGGSPEll DOZEN, 12.
I make Clothing a speciality, and have on hand a largo stock of all grades, which I am sell
ing lower than it lias been sold since the War Men's suits from $0 up,
I buy for cash, and got the benefit of discounts. I sell for cash ami produce only, aud save
interest on rue nioiu;y.
Now lluiUling. ,
Therefore 1 am and
March 20, 1873.
H33MI-JA.IVrr8""lTAIi STATUMBNT
I 09 TUE
AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, 0.,
FOB THE
HALF YEAH ENDING MARCH 4th, 1873.
COUNTY FUNDI
Balance in Treasury .' 1,132 25
BRIDGE FUND:
Balance in Treasury 8,44152
COUNTY POOR FUND:
Balance in Treasury , 20 21
BUILDING AND INFIRMARY FUND:
Balance in Treasury .7,175 82
SCHOOL FUND (GENERAL)i
Balance in Treasury '. 2,017 94
TOWNSHIP ANP TOWNSHIP POOR FUN Di
Balnnco in Treasury 457 80
TOWNSHIP POOR FUND:
Balauco In Treasury. . .' 49 08
INTEREST SECTION 20 FUND:
Balauco In Treasury 9879
PRINCIPAL SECTION 29 FUNDi
Balance in Treasury , 88 53
PRINCIPAL SECTION 10 FUND:
Balance in Treasury 20 28
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND:
Balauco In Treasury . - - . - - - --- --238 07
FUNDS DEPOSITED TO REDEEM LANDS SOLD FOR TAXES:
Balauco in Treasury ------------ - 13 M
SPECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND :
Balance in Treasury .... . .. .. ... .-292 09
Total Balance 15,942 52
WE, the undersigned, Treasurer and Auditor of Vinton County, Ohio, do hereby certify that
the foregoing Statement is a truo exhibit of tlio BALANCES remaining In tho Treasury of
Vinton County, Ohio, belonging to each Fund, as appears of record in tlio Auditor's OlUco.
Given under our hands, ofllcially, this 4th day of March, 1878.
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
W. V. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton Couuty, Ohio.
March 1ft, 1S73.
IS!
TO-
HAMDEN, OHIO,
n eon s-
STORE
goods 25c. paid for good butter and 15c. for eggs.
OF PHICES !
Sold olBowhero
15fiol6,'e.
(is 14fj)15 "
(t 80 "
(j 115
((b So28 "
(! wy, "
(SlS.1.50
((0 120
1.00
15 "
13 "
will sell cheaper than "any other mini. " Ogler's
John W. Wilcox.
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
Tl
nrncnrcd, Hamilton's bcchu
J rjOand DANDELION promotes di-
V irestion of tho food liv its influence on the
1 stomach. It promotes the healthy ac
tion of tho Kidneys. It secures activity
of the Liver and regularity of the Bowels
nnd prevents constipation, the cause of Piles.
Try it,
)l-4w Cincinnati, Ohio.
CA. From 25 cents. Eight samples mailed
v" free for 25 cents, that sell at sight for four
dollars, to auy persou iu McArthur, who will
act as agent.
itAMJALL, s uo., Vil uroadway, N. x.
ll-4w
1 AA TEACH ERS OR STUDKNTS, Male
I tl or Female, can secure EMPLOYMbNT
uavinir from lOO to tl50 nor month during: the
Spring or Summer. Address, PEOPLE'S
JOURNAL, Cincinnati, Ohio, Chicago, III,, or
St, Louis, Mo, ll-4w
Psyohoinancy or Soul Charming." How
I either sexinay fascinate and gain tho love
and nll'ectious of any person they choose in
stantly. This simple mental acquirement all
can possess, freo by mail, for 25 cents, together
witn a marriage guide, ugvpuan urucio.
Dreams. Hints to Ladies. Woddluir Nlirht
Shirt, Ac, A queer book, Address T. WIL
LIAM & CO., Pubs., Phila. U-4w
BOOK CANVASSERS can And no more
fresh and attractive volume for snrinir
sales than "The New Housekeeper's Manual"
by Miss C, E, Bcecher and Mrs. II. B. Stowo; a
cyclopedia of pomcstio Economy and coin-
pietoi-ooKoiy hook hi one volume. Bona lor
circular to J. U. M)U1) & CO., New York,
Boston, Chicago or San Francisco. ll-4w
TTTi
mminn pi aoo?!10 or fomiil.
MlUnft Nil LLttaatGOaweekiruur
Wauteed. Respectable employment at
home, day or evening; no capital requir
ed; full Instructions nnd valuable pack
ageof goods sent freo by mail. Address
with slxcentroturn stamp, M.Y'OuNG & Co.,
173 Greenwich St., H.Y, 11 4w
WATCH FREE, worth 20, given
gratis to every livo innn who will act as
our agent. Business light and honorable. (800
made in 5 days. Saleable as flour. Everybody
buys it. Can't do without it. Must have it.
No gift enterprise, no humbug. KENN EDY
A iU,, Jt'ittsuurg, ra, irw
gentsl
A Bare Chancel
Wo will nav all agents $40 nor week. In cash.
who will engage with us at onco. Everything
furnished, and expenses paid. Address, A.
COULTER, CO., Charlotte, Mich,. lw
jgEAUTY AT THE FIHESIDE.
Unabated success of
CRUMBS OF COMFORT.
ELEGANT I GORGEOUS I BRILMAHT I
Cniniljs of Comfort, tho greatest success of
tho ago. Crumbs of Comfort, the pride of the
kitchen and parlor. Thousands of ladles at
test its worth, and unhesitatingly pronounce
it tho "Queen of Lusters." The Press uni
versally praise It and proclaim. It woman's ev
ory (lay friend. kcnnnilol, Insting, unap
proachable. Price 10 cents. Laities will find
Criwibs of Comfort for sale by all first-class
grocers, hnrdwaro dealers, country storekoop
ere, Ac, throughout tlio United States and
Canndiis. II. A. BARTLET'f CO., Mann
fnctureri of
BARTLETT'S BLACKING !
PEARL BLUE,
etc,, etc, eto
lif), 115, ii'l Front St., Phlla. ) 143 Chambers
St.' N. Y.i 43 Broad St., Boston. U-4w
JUMER0U8TE8T8 HAVEPROVEO
N. F. BURNHAM'S NEW TURBINE
WA TER WHEEL.
Tobe the Boat Ever Invented.
Pamphlet freo. Address York, Pa. ll-4w
LAND AGE1TCY.
TT. ANSAS CENTRAL LAND
". MaJ. JOHN W.BERKS. Manager.
BAI.INA, KiK.
Real Estate Business; also have for sale all
the laniln of tho Kansas Pacific Railway Com
pany, amounting to overC,utK),QlK) acres of the
most desirable iu Contral ami Western Kan-
..... Kim al... . I t .....I. 1.1 ...--
?i,nf i.i.u iuiii nutB. uih unuitn, riiiina, v itltiv
tunclies, anil City Proierty in Snllna nnd the
uelgliborlng towns, for sale at nil times.
tfert" Bond lor the "Kansus Central Advo
cato7' alnrgo 8'i-column land paper, see what
wo have fur sale, and read all about the great
March 20, 1878-ow i '
O.THE LADIES.
A ' nil tril ltrtftV rniit.fimlnif nnttvinw
lo
ntiitul liiiisi iif rrint lttnifiit nuka Hnnl fin
for
tun cents. AdtlressMltS.il. MKTBUKR. Han
over, in. twe-ii). o, m-lino
Dissolution.
issolution of Co-Partnership.
The co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween J. W. Wilcox, and J. T. Ouikr, under
tho name and style of Wn.ooz & Ouiik, is
this day dlssulvod by mutual consent.
AH peiwons Indebted to the above flrm will
plcaes call and settle their account nt once.
The business will hereaftor bo continue,) liv
John W. Wilcox.
. . W1IXOX & OGIER.
March 3, 1878.
Railroad.
NOTICE!
NOTICE! To the Stockholders of the Gallipolis.
McArthur and Columbus R.
Company.
oorsoiis subscribed to the Cant-
ital Stock of said liailroadCo.. nriorto thu 1st
day of Jannarv, 1KI8, are hereby rcquircil to
pay tho tenth (10) instalment often (10) per
cent, thereon, on or before the first day of
April, 1878, to the Secretary of said Company,
at his ofliio ln tiulllpolis, Ohio, or Vinton
county subscribers c n pay to Daniel Will,
President of Vinton County National Dank,
at mcAi'inur, v niKin coiiuiy, unto.
By order of the Directors.
J.J. CADOT, Sec'y
O., Mo A, AC. It. R.Co.
Feb.28,1873-0v.
LEGAL NOTICE.
J
Jacob II. liAWK,of the county of Keokuk,
Iowa, Sarah Coombs and Isaac R, Coombs.
ot tne county oi cinv, Illinois, will take no
tice that Joseph F, Hawk and Rebecca (lawk,
have filed their petition In tho Court of Com
mon Pleas, ot Vinton county, Ohio, against
them and David Hawk, John S. Hawk, Geo.
W. Hawk, anil (loo. W. Dennlson, guardian of
said tico. W. llnwk, setting forth that Jacob
Hawk, late of Vinton county, Ohio, deceased,
on the 8th day of April, 1870, made, executed,
and delivered, a deed of general warranty, to
said Joseph F. anil Reboccn Hawk, to certain
premises, described in said deed as follows:
ThoN.W.Xof Sec. 6, Town., 11, R. 17, nnd
The 8.W.X of See. 81,T.ll, R.17; aud aver
ring that said latter description was Incor.
red, and mistakenly dtwiibed, and should
have been described, as tlio 8. W. o? Sec. 81,
T. 11, R, 11) and asking that saldmistakcn de
scription no corrected, so as to conform to the
Intontlon of the parties: and that a deed lie
ordered to them for said premises, correctly
described, and such other relief ns niav be
equitable. Said 'efendonts. will be rouiilrcd
to answer said petition im or beforo tho 3d
day il May, 1873,
and V
I RKRICCCA HAWK. )
J. M. McOil.LIVR ay, Att'y.
March 10, 187S-et.
s
llCOND ANNUAL
D
ISTIUBUTION.
T5,730 Premiums,
. " RANGING IN VALUE MtOM
$10 to 85,000
! AWAY
i TO THE 8UB3CKIUKK3 OP
OUR FIRESIDE FEIEND
' Every SuhRcrlbor Is auro of ono premium
ny way, ami nlno himitn oininl clinnro ol'ro-
iiviiiki:anii rrniiiiiiin. .)it a nuau, uu
U AN, WATCH, blCWI.Mi MACHINE, etc.
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
SS.OOO
OUll FIRKSIDK FKIENI). KiaM PiWMi
large Site, llliutrnttd, the Family Weekly,
in l(n T1IIIU) VOI.UMK nnl lms iltlaliunl tlio
LA KG EST CI ItCU LATION of nny iPiipor ml
llHhwl In tlio VVost, IlH iiiioDWi KNAlll.KH
tho proprlntur t I'urnlnU 'I'll K HKHT, MOST
uu,ntAiii.K nnd (him imr.n. u uiuui.r
AI. llKAlJIMl MATTEIl IN UKKAT VAUI
KTV, that money oiin buy, nnd t ninke It R
IIOjiK WKKKI.Y miltuil iotlut wnnU of every
family. Subscription ntleo, f 1. pur yuarofU)
nuinuun.
Th Elgnt Ohromo
"OUT E3,
SI20 18x20 Inches, 1(1 color. AeknowloilKort
ht nil to lis thu 1IANUSOMKST nnd MUST
V A LIT A HI, K iircmium plctuia In Aincrlc.n.
EVKItV HI! list 111 II 10 II In proton toil Willi thia
Chromo at tho tlmn of iitlxcrllilnif, (o milt
...1 ..I ...... I...... VII M lllIM.'ll I 'VII.
Tl lICATK KNTITUNIJ TUB HOI.DKUTO
AHIIAUK in thoillHti llmllon uf 15,OU0 iu cuah
nl otlior proniluni".
THE DISTltlllUTION TAKES PT-ACK ou
the ocoml Tuomlay in Juuo noxt. The l nm
mo anil Cvrtilli'iiln nt'"t on nn'olnt of price
SI'Kt.'IMEN COl'IKH. I'll KM 11' M 1.1S I'. Kill.,
til vino FULL I'Aih'icuiaiirt Bm to
ny ndilrvna, ,
II nrnTn Elilicr local or cnnvnHliiK In
nUC.1 J I A i.vci v town. I.uiifO ciihIi iiiiv
lllttirrn nnd Iho Uvtuulllb Hrnd lit
VinlllkUl onco for ti'i'iim. AiIiIicmh,
nmi viiiKrtilnc KitiHN't).
UiloiiKU, HI,
ow
T. A. MARTIN.
A.. MARTIN & S03ST,
Desire to say to their friends and customers, and the public in
general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positmlj Sellii 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 bought and sold at the Market Prices !
Come and see us when you come to town, and we guarantee you
satisfactory dealing.
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
At " THE OLD CORNER STORE,"
One door West of Court-house, McArthur, Ohio.
8PBIKTGI
S. O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
MY STOCK I1V EVERY DEPARTMENT,
SMALL WARES,
HOSIERY,
BLANK BOOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS STO"W COMPLETE!
W -A. TLm 3P Ji.JEJH IfL,
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES
S. C.
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMP
0-A.BI3NTI3T
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE
SCRIRNER'S PATE IV T
An Invention Imvlng a most important bearing on tho fnturo roiiiitatlo.T of Itecil Instrn
niontn, by tho use of which tlio quantity or Volume of tone is very largely increusctl, andthe
qnullty of tlio touo rcmdorcil
qualto that of the Best Pipe
Our celebrated " Vox Celeste," Louis Patent."
vuupiur, ino ciiarming cono" or "ciarinot" otops, and
. . ALL TIIE LATE IMPROVEMENTS'
Can bo obtained only
rnE-EMISKST FOB PUUITt OF TONE.
EVERY IN8TRCMEN1' FULLY WARRANTED.
THE 11KST MATi'ERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE UNEQUALED.
THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES FOR PARLOK CHURCH.
Prloes, - -
FACTORY AND
Corner Sixth and Congress SI., Detroit. Mieli.
Established ia 1880. fsr AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY.
Address, ,
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
isE. 33. Oobtocin cfc Co.,
lai LIBERTY STREET.
PITTSBURG H, PA.,
MANUFACTURERS AND'DEALE.'M If
3nw tUoob iDovking stttacljincvn
A IV 11 W AWIJFACTCnHRS HV VVhW .
,1i!'w,l,11?u'.1;0. m 'to,'k f rEAfiK RTii
L, DES MARTIN.
ARE
to any House in VMon Coitj !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT I
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
18731
TO SUIT PURCHASERS
SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
RVED
O DF. Gr A. 1ST S
NEWLY INVENTED
QUALIFYING TUBES,
Organs of the Same Capaoity.
" Vox Humana," Wllrox Patent," Octavo
In thoio Organs
$SO to SSOO
WAREROOMS,
COBJTEfl FIFTH, 121
am ITMP8. .uinrfDN vEnom. HAPir,
M
VlifKnr llllttri art not vile Fancy Drin
nadi of J'nor Uuin, Whiskey, ,?loof Spiriti and ReAn
jicinoi'rt, iloctnrc.l, fipiccd, and tvee(cned to pleai A
asio, c.illud ''Tonics," " Appetiiera," "Rialoren,
lc, lint lead llio lipjilcron lo drunkenneu and riM
nit are n true Medicine, made from tho nativa rote
.nd herbs of Cali Ii irnia, free from all Alcoholic Stimulant
They are the Ore.it ilinod Purifier and ft Life-givir
'rmciple, n Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of
lystein, c.trryin off nil pr.isnnoua matter and rattaria
he blood lo a healthy coudigqu.ptnjchiiifr it, refreaUa
nd invigorating both mind and body. Tlnjf arc aal
if adminifctration, prompt m their action, cartain in tua
esidta, aafo and reliable in all forms of diseaat.
No Person can take these Hitters aeeoi,
to directions, and remain long unwell, providi
heir bones are not destroyed by mineral poison orotht
neans, and ilia vital organs wastcaj beyond the pok
if repair.
Dyspepsia or Iuillfrentlnii. Headache, f si
n the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of lha Chest, l4
incss, Sour Eriiciatlons of the Stomach, Bad Taw
n the Mouth, Dillons Attacks, Palpitation of ti
icart, Inflammation of the I.unsi, Pain in the regional
he Kidnrys, aud a hundred other painful symptom
re lite o(Uprinp;s of Dyspepsia. In these complain)
t has no equal, and ono bottle will prove a belter guaa
.ntro of its merits than a' lengthy advertisement.
Vor Fsiaale Complaints, in young or oh
harried or single, at the dawn of womanhood, er
urn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided a
nfluence that a marked improvement it soon perm
ible. .
For Inflammatory and t'Jironlo It hen
tintlam and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indiceslion, Uiliou)
(eminent and Intermittent Fevers, fiiseises of m)
Hood, Liver, Kidueys and bladder, these Gittert last
een most successful. Such Diseases are caused b
filiated Illood, wh;ch is generally produced by deranf
lent of tho Digestive Organs.
Thoy are a Oont lo Pineal tvo a well
1 Toiilo, possessing also the peculiar merit of acli
a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflaa)
laiion of the Liver nnd VitceralOrgaus, and in lJilioaj
isenses.
For Skin Dlaoaacs, Eruptlans, Teller, S
Iheum, Illotchcs, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Ca
Uncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Kri
pelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationsof the Skin, Humes
ud Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name ornatuM.
re literally duK ur and carried out of lha svsiem ia
jort lime by the use of these Bitters. One bottle 1
icli cases will convince the most incredulous of the)
urative effects.
Glcanuo tlio Vitiated Illood whenever yo
nd its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimplei
Eruptions, nr Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ot
ructcd and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it
ml ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the bloo
nre, aud the heahli of the system will follow.
Urateftil thoiiaamls proclaim Vinbgax Dit
litis the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever sustains
ic sinking system.
Pin, Tape, aud oilier Worm, lurking t
I system of to many thousands, are effectually de
rayed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol
;ist: There is scarcely an individual upou the face of th
irth whose body iscxempt from the presence of worm
is not upon the hoallhy elements of the body t lis
orms exist, hut upon the diseased humors and slim
sposits that breed these living monsters of diseast
o system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthehmn
ics, will free tho system from worms like these Bit
TS.
Mechanical Dlsonscs. Persons engaged k
alms and Minerals, such aa Plumbers, Type-setten
old-beaters, and Miners, as ihey advance in life, wl
s subject to paralvsis of the Bowels. To guard agains
lis take a dose o( Wai.kbr's Vinigar Uittsrs one
r tvice a week, as a Preventive.
lilllons, HeuiiUout, and Interinltteia
'overs, which are so prevalent in the valleys of ou
reat rivers throughout the United Slates, especialr
ioo of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
essec, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Braiot
lio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Koau
ke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
es, throughout our entire country during; the Summe
nd Autumn, and remarkably ao during seasons r
nusual boat nnd dryness, are invariably accompanie
y extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, an
ther alxlommal viscera. There are always more or let
bstructlons of Ihe liver, a weakness and irritable Stat
f the stomach, nnd great torpor of iho bowels, bein
logged up Willi vitiated accumulations. In their treat
lent, a purgative, exci ting a powerful influence upo
aese various organs, is essentially necessary. There i
0 cathartic for tlio purpose equal lo Da. J. Walker
'inkgar IIittkrs as they will speedily remove ill
ark colored viscid mailer with which lha bowels ar
uded, at tho same time stimulating the secretions
te liver, and generally restoring the healthy fuucliou
f the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kliit;' Evtl, White Swelling!
Ilcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofutou
nflaimnatinns. Indolent Inflammations, Mercurral At
tctions, Old Snres, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyei
tc.elc. In these, as In all oilier constitutional Dn
ascs, WAi.Kttu'ij Vinrgar BiTTitits have shown thai
reat curative powers in the most obstinate and iutract
ble cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bitter
ct on all these cases in a similar manner. By purilyin
he Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving awa
he effects of the inflammation (the tubercular depositi
he affected parts receive health, and a permanent cut
1 effected.
Tlio properties of Da. Wai.kkr's Vimrga
Iitturs are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, CoUnter-Irri
ant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The A portent and mild Laxative properties
)r. Walkhk's Viniigar Hittrrs are the best safe
nard in all casta of eruptions aud malignant (even
heir balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protec
ha humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properlie
Hay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and boweli
ilher from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, eti
Their Counter-irritant influence extends througliou
he system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
eys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Thei
Uti-Bilious properties slimulate the liver, in the seciv
ion of bile, and Us discharges through the biliary ducti
nd are superior to all remedial agents, fur the cure c
Jilious Fever, Fever and Ague, cic.
Fortify the body ntrnlint diNeato by puri
jug all its fluids with Viniigar Bittkrs. No eir,
.cmic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. Tli
.ver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidueys, and th
erves are rendered discaso-proof by this great iuviy
-rant.
Directions. TaUe of Ihe Bitters on going to ha
t night from a half to one and one-half wine-glassful
at good nourishing food, such as beefsteak, mutM
hop. venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and talc
tit-door exercise. 1 hey are composed ot purely vugs)
ble ingredients, and contain no spirit.
.WALKER. Pron'r. II. II McDONAI.D A Ct.
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San 1'ranciaco, Cal..
and cor. ol Washington and Charlton Ms., Now York
50LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
ABOOKFORTIIEIflH.IJOM
il A ptivtlt) CAUnMslor in (ht
rrita or t.iDxt aimtiv if
. I marry on ihe tthy hUiIokIomI
f7M M ft I niTterlriaiitirovUtltni9l
4 W4sWkVfa jiU"coxiittli,riicm, villi tht
Utfit dlioovcrlci In firnfiiiMuit 1 iitvuilu( ollinriug,
bow to jireierve iho ot;il''Xiuii, he,
Th.it mi liitriliiK work o t two hundred and ilxly
ritRei, wtlh ounimiii i'iifra Iris . cud ctuinlM valunbl
nfortustlnn fur llioe who arc married, fcoDlowplalt mir
rlftK. Biillillin hook tlmt ought lo b kal uotltr Itwk
fcutl ktf, and uotlil ereloalj Hhout tho bou.
Il flntilnlos the experience, nud nilrfro of nfcTilolift
ho ropuiition ii worlil-l1, iid hould beta tho jirl
Tula drawer of ofry niolnl fpnialolhrouithoulLhooatlrt
flobo ltoiuhritoeioverTtliliifton the iuhJtof lha ftw
crattviRVilem dial I worth kuowiDg.aud much thai U
ot (tublUbcd In auf other work.
KchI lo any ono (fr of noM(t) forFirtT Cntf.
AdtlrviiDr, UuiU' UUi'umarj ,No. laK-aifiUthiUMl
it. UuU.Uo.
ITotico to tlio Aflllctei and Unfortunate.
ltffnra applying to lha uotorloui quaeki who advertlie la
fuulio jaKr,or uhIiir ntiy quack remedial pernio Dr.
Unit' work no mntior wliKt your diioaao ii, or bow dnilor
alio your condition.
Or. Hutu opciii.hl a dnitWe ho nut of twnnty
roonmtt elndorird hr mnHjof Un imntoclnbrttutl nifll
ea) profciinrti of Llilitrouiiirv uuit Kumpo, it ml ran be ton
Hi llftl prrionujly or Uv mall, on iIkkIUcircii mi-iittonoU ill
hltworl.4. VCva uu-l i-inlor, No. I'lX, Ki.(iLU ntrcvi
K'twauu ilrlijlintl llivuuut, t'V. Iuli, liv.
SH0TCUtl)
((BEST IN THE WORLD, t
10$
srun rn k eirtf in in V v0Nls.
Hew York Oflloo. 27 BEEKMAH ST.
jj-AKHOOD:
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just nubllnlicil. a amy ctlltlim of Dr. t'ul.
vcrwelf's Culoliriitwl Khuiv on the rmllciil
cure(wlthimtniiilliiitio)oC HiwriiiaUirrlivn or
Hcinlnnl WcakiiwH, Iiivolinitiiry Seminal
Losses, Imiiolonny, wentnt Hint t'liytilial In.
capacity, lmitiUin'iit to mitrt-tnjr.i, etc.) also.
Consumption, Eiilisy ami Kiln, iniliicvii hf.
oir Iniltilircuca orsi'xnnl xti'iivatruin;o.
jrijr Prlco, In Pi'alwl nvlnin, only tl renin.
Tim culubratod author, In this uiliulrnlilo
CSay. clearly tlenionstiHtos frtmi 11 thirty
years' sueceHsfiii praclleo, Hint tho alarnilnu;
eonseiiiieni'.ul of ii'lf-ahime tuny h rnilleallv
curoil without tho ilauiroioiis tiso of intorniil
mcitle.lno or tlio applii'iulon of tho kitlse;
polntlnit out a nioile of euro at onco Mm pi,., hy
means o( trhli'li evory miflernr, iiomniier wlint
Ms comlitlon may he, may euro liinmclf cheuii-
ftiV-'l'lils I,ceturo sliottitl ho In (ho Imiiils tit
every yimlli ami every nmn In the luml,
heiit, miller seal, in a plain envelopo, to nny
aililrcH. intpnlil, on receipt of six eeiitu, or
two vosla Btnnipw.
Also, tr. tuiverweu s -niarnnno uuhlo.
price Ml cents.
Atlili'Ciis tlio I'lihllslie
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