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TELE McAPTiroil JtlQmBIiSR WEPISTJaSDAY, i A.PBIIJ 9, 11873.
McArtuurEnquirer
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MoARTlIUli, OHIO, . , , . APRIL 0, WiU
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RESIDENT DENTj ST
,.;.': :;":,tt'!' McAUTuuii,omo, ;
iKO BUSINESS DON K ON SATURDAYS.
. Trim ypur trees, plean your yards
11 and premises. .' ;Vr
; n , -. i ;' ' ;, ,.'
.Flies hnd Musquttoes ar looked
; for about "the, middle o' the May."
ii i i i i '.-
Farmkrs say that all kinds of
Stock have 'wintered yie this. win
fter., '.;,..''"' ' ;''
Spring don't come but once a
year in tms country, imttiiis year
' it was very difficult for it to come
at all. . '
J, F. Toweli.,; Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to 1 ' merchants a superior
i stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
: on the most favorable terms. . 8-ly.
...
! New Name. By reference to an
advertisement, it will bo seen that
"Coalinont" is hereafter to be tiie
name of the village at the Znleski
Company's coal mines. .
i m mm.
Work has been commenced, on
Triumph Furnace. The lights and
whistles of six Furnaces within the
Corporation, will cheer our people
before the - month of August.
Jackson Standard.
Thb voters residing in this vil
lage voted four times each on Mon-day-for
Justice of the Peace, Del
egate to the Constitutional Conven
tion, Councilman, , , and for town
ship officers. " , ,' ,' ".'
, '
iT was $3,000 that Mrs. Rachel
Sxyder received of John Dauoii
kbty for her farm, situated one
fourth mile West of Vinton Sta
tion, and uot $300 as the figures
made us say last week! '
mu)
, A special graiid jury iu Athens
county found two separate indict-.
inents against the late Sheriff of
that eountv whq ' wont to Coolville
with five or six , thousand dollars
that didn't bcloug to him. ; : ' :
", SpBSpRiBE for and advertise, in
The McArthur Enquirer; you! will
receive all the latest . npws and
have your .business advertised in
the neatest and live times the larg
est circulated paper in the county.
The type on which this paper is
printed . are from the Cincinnati
Type Foundry, No. 201 Vine Street,
Cincinnati, Ohio. We would rec
commend this . Foundry to all who
wish to purchase type, presses, or
printing material of any descrip
tion. .'.
Morris Evans, Clerk of Elk
. Township; Sol. SmrucY, one of the
Constables of Madison Township
and Dr, ,8, W- Monahan, Treasurer
elect of Clinton Township, will ac
cept thanks for furnishing us with
.the official result of the elections
Jheld in' those townships. '
. Excitement. f These are exciting
times," sail) A person in our hearing
the other day. ' But if you' want to
, get excited, go ., to the , ho ma ' pf
Will & Co., " Zaleski, and see how
cheaply they, ara selling the new
and fashionable good. The store
is filled with a choice lot of season
flble goods,
Two straugers arrived in McAr
thur during lasil'n,iguL ,, They are
twins; and are stopping at the rest
tlence of Mr. Au Muchleh. 1
Since writing tho above, we learn
that another little stranger arrived
nt, .the residence of Sauuki, Tkiu
"hem,' in this town. ,Tt is a girl. : '
J. he names or the road super
visors elected in the several . road
district In Kilt fownship on Mpn
daysre as follows? ; ; ;,;.,
- E. B. Ilerrold, G. A, Cram, K.
Roblnett, John Thomas, Isaac Wy
ckoff, Jacob Bone Ephriam Hunter,
' Ifarvey Robbiiis, Charie Waters,
Abram Iloirhines, John Lowrey, C.
B. Pilcher, Ileury Johnson.
" ' "
,mmt m . m, tm .
One of the small ' boys ' of our
village has heard that iSprlug is
coming. ' Hrt writes us on" the shW
Jecf; as follows;, ; . y ; ';;;.
, "Sprlngf hng cum., . She 'has been
on the road for about a month. I
am glad she has 911m, on account of
the grass.' Thofrass Was beginning
to get uneasy abput it";,'
; '.Thd little' toy, .can't,,' apeU very
veil, but he wlj upon km. , 'J. , .
1 Who diies'nt like- sweet things?
OuiUhoughts were turned to this
question by visit from our friend,
' Mel' S. ALDiifi ';'of feiyorly,' Swan
lowBxhlpJ . lie entered bar sanctum
with a massive, Jug lu his haud-we
hucame ',iinquuit,ive4-the test was
applied, aiidVe'disooverod that the
Jug;',eonj;ai'mnI,i mtog Of i the finest
Mapla Mohtties ihat' 'ever beeh
brought , to. this office . Of vcourse
the, editor Is ..happy, .and tenders
ttanjr,thank:;,;:f: -r': V?.;:xr
Wk learn tliul , u , Saturday
March 29th, a man nnincd Gkouuk
Rikk, ., aged . about 65, -,yi!urn,,. w
drowned in making an ntteia'p to
cross Salt Creek in a skiff, just
above the
dam at the old Rain'
Millin KagloTp.
IT UU11 IIV ICUUILVll
the middle of tho stream he discov
ercil that the current was moving
him toward the dam, when he Jump
ed out of the skin, and was
.drowiiQdi, llis. body; floated over
the dam soon after, but up to Sat
urday morning, April 6, as we learn
from Wesley IIaynes, his body had
not been recovered, although hun
dredn of people had been searchiir
the stream for miles during i the
week. He leaves a wife and child,
He had resided in that township
about a year. : .. i
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Dedication.
The , new church house of the
Christian . Union, ou , McArtlnu1
charge, one and a half miles south
of Allensville, Vinton Co., O. will
be dedionted oi Sabbath,1 April 27
1873.',;:. ;. '..,;:.":";;.;',;,.",;
, Services commencing on Satur
day the 2Gth, at 11 o'clock A. M,
Dedication services to bo conducted
by Rev. Joseph Nichols.
All are invited to attend.
G. W. PILCHER.
The .cqHiiuds, ofjth.ia; paper are
open for contributions from teach
ers and friends of education in this
and other counties, but all commu
nications t must,., positively, be . ac
c'oin'pahtcd by the" true name of' tho
author. The name is uot wanted
for publication, but as a guarantee of
good faith on the part of the writer.
The communication over the sig
nature "Willing to Lcurn" will ap
pear in this paper if the authur wil
send us his or her name. Corres
poiidcnts tmustj not ask us In violate
this rule in any instance.
m i
When you hear a man running
down his county paper, it is safe to
conclude that he has been compell
ed, by law to; pay t the publisher a
debt; that he can't read; that he
spends his money for bail whisky
and don't take anv paper for fifty
cents less thun the regular subscrip
tion; that he is a candidate for some
office aud may gain a vote by abus
lug the editor; that he knows about
as much about publishing a paper,
and the cost, as a hOg does about
Sunday ; or that "newspapers are i
imbug, anyhow," in his opin
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ion.; , ii . j: i.'l .i ,t) .,l
The, past few war.iu summer days
has made everybody and everything
gay 1 and nappy, au. nature
bedecking herself iu robes of the
brightest and happiest colors the
buds are bursting forth as by mag
ic, and tho birds are 'doing their
"level beat; to vie., witu nature in
the merry time : . ' .
.." ' ' 1 Vmm yon white (liroue
Th lilac ki'fVD yn the gamut ol lim timx,
Witu rivttlulif lilliiifu u. t in limrnuiril uinei
Kroin clicrry buiiKli, uuil, hiim MiU )il)t'il t!l
j irtmn -
JoiiM (tie 1)1 1 (he eTOnlnjf choir. The upplu
... .bloom ' '
Aro i ttereil rosea U) o'er the orclmnl limils;
TUtf .vh ito-roIxMl pr, ,tliu gwoet-bfeptiiuil
ilniiiHiiCcno.
Weighed down iUi l)iwnomoil fritgrauce,
apiiuklo snow
ITiion tin' dnixli'd vriuw. The kiitUiruuiia
With goideu buttoiiH gein the hoiiiUBteiulniuinl,
Anil )nio oiuemiuiiia gnuc uuuui me inngiua
wuuiin ,.
Of fern and brauililo.
That Sermon.
, The Record has been In labor
its pains were agonizing and af
ter all, the result has been a bast-
arch AceQi'dln tfl Republican
rites, a minister shouldn't speak
the truth shouldn't vindicate the
purity of the sanctuary hut, : on
the contrary, hltould confine him
self to Republican texts, for in-
sapcc Colfax, Qrantj Garflajdiiilid
otlier salary grabbei'a. ,1.
,.D Dai1 the . iitooiiD or tho Repub
lican, friends of Itcv, Mi-, Dfiugaty,
deny the truthfulness of tho report
of his sermon as published ,last
week. ,.!The 'nametof ithe Kutlior
of tliat : 'reX)ii can he "obtained hy
calling at this oflicu. ' i-'jL
P&pfAt Wckky, ' . sod .of J. ;J.
SiibcxEVPf this t)wii'Jwenti to Mich
igan' IdSt 'wcek,,"'with 'Sits, uncle,
GflfAiijiCEY rpijTu, '4-bout 1 1 o'clock
last rilght MrsJ ihi'Mft 'Biiqokey
recoiyed a telegram train Mr; Sor
ter, 'saying that their son. Was ; lay
ing vory1 bc?c "with" brain fever and
not( expected tolivt,,, :.Tj(?y started
to Michigan an hpiif after. rjjcclvjtJg
the dispatch, reaching Hamuen. n
time to got Of board of An eastward
bound train,
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Dance. The N Plus Ultra
Club, of Chillicotdo,1 'will 'have ja
d'fupp n Masonic Hall, in that city,
on the evening pf the lijth jnst.,
to which all who delight in the ex
hiler'ating I exercise,,! areV fn tited.
Hiinter'fl! Excelsiorf Stjriiig Band is
engaged for the occasion, ......
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Letters remaining U the P, 0. at
McArthur, 0... April 1st, 173: .,
N, Boyler, Jsaao Harriet A.
Moore, Lizzie Rhulchell, ;
i
JNO N. M. LAUGHLIN, P. M.
'Blank Bonds! Wfl tiave a sup
ply nt Blank Bonds tm TQwnshlp
officers Clerk, Treasurer. Asses-
8orf Constable, 8uporvisorj ete. Or
ders filled by mail, 1 ' ' '
.Ballou's Magazine for April is
issued, tind'a nice number it is," for
it is printed on the whiteut of paper,
with the blackest of ink, and in now
ono of the handsomest ma.rnzincsin
the country, and filled with the most
interesting matter. It suits all
tasUis, and eveu has a department
for children, so that the little ones
look for it as eagerly ns adults. It
is light, witty, gay and severe, so
that all can find something-interesting
in its pages. Every subscriber
who sends the publisher $1.50 re
ceives tho Magazine for one year,
and also a pretty little Chromo
ivortliat least 60 cents. , The April
number contains au exciting sea
story, a thrilling adventure and sev
eral pretty little love stories which
will1 please' the ladies very' much,
foi'hll of them end in marriage! as
a good story should always do. The
head of every family in the country
should send $1.50 to tho publishers
and ' receive this Magazine without
delay. Thomas & Talbot, 3G
Broomfield St., Boston.
Special Notices.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Furiim In
Soulli-wcut MUsourl. Tho Atlnntlo & 1'nc.lll
Railroad Company offej-8 1,300,000 arros oClnnd
In Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $12 por acre, on seven yen' time, with free
transportation from Kt. Louis to nil puruhax-
orn. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth
sehnoU, olmrchtw, and law-abiding society In-
vitoeinlgrautg from all points to thislundof
fruits and flowers. For particulars uddress A,
TUCK, Land Commissioner, 8t Louis, Mo. 1
lteyoml the MUslsslppl. Thousands havo
already gone, and thousands morti are turn
Ing thuir eyes towards new homes in the fer
tile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or California, wo recommond
achoap, safe, quick and direct route, via St
Louis, over the Missouri Pacific Knilroad
which runs its lino Dny Coaches and Pullman
Slccpors from St. Louis to principal poinU I
the Wont, without change.' We bcllevo tliat
the Missouri Pnciilo Knilroad has the best
track ami tho flitost and safest equipment of
any lino west of tho Mississippi, and its con
nections with ronds farther West are prompt
and reliable. - Tho Toxas connection of this
road is now completed, and pfl.ssengora are
offered a llrst-class, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri,
Kansas & Texas ft. K. via Scdalia, or over th
Atlantic & l'acltlo It. n. via Vinita. For
maps, time tables, Information us to rates,
routes, Sc., wo refer our readers to 8. II.
Thompson, Kastorn Passenger Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio.'or F,. A." Ford, General Passcngoi
Agent. St. Louis, Mo. Questions will be cheer
fully and promptly unswored. 1-ly
Chuppod hands, face, rough skin, pimples,
ringworm, salt-rheum, and other cutuneoiis
iiHectlons cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made
by Caswell, Hutard & Co., Now York. Be cer
tain to get the Juniper Tnr Soap, as there are
many worthiest imitations made witli common
tar.
Dcc4-12v
TlIK I'l'BKST AND SWKSTE8T C'OD-LlNER OJL
is ilunrd It Caswell's, made on the sea-shore,
from fresh, solected livers, by Hazard, Caswell
A Co., Now York. It Is absolutely pukb ami
swijKT. Pntients who have once tnksn it, pro
fur it to all others. Physicians havo decided
Itsuperlor to any of the otlier oik In the mar
ket. . ... , n-4w
A CARD, A Clergyman, while residing in
Smith America, us Missionary, (jiscovored a
safe nnd simple romcidy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakuoss, early decay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vic'ous habits. Great numbers have been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate
I will send tho rocolpt for preparing and using
this medicine, in a scaled onvolopo, to anyone
Who needs it, Frrt of Charge! Address
Station I), lllble House, N. Y. City,
ainrcu J", ioio r(,mu.
To the Suffering;. The Rev. Win. II. Nor
ton, while residing in Brazil as a Missionary,
lwuviit'i;l I'! !! laud of medicines a remedy
for' Consumption, tjorofulu, auro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asihma, aud Nervous Weak
nes., This remedy has cured myself aftor ull
other medlclues had failed.
Wishing to beusOt the suffering, I will send
the recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, tn All wliodosiro it, Frofinf C'hnrge.
Pjettse ud an onvolopo, with your name
tad address on It. Address,
. ' ' Rev. WM. II. NOUTON,
' 870 Ilroadway. New York City,
lnixi ir, iota v i,iuu.
for Ayer's Modicines, go to G. W. Slsson's,
Tho PUKKflT AND BWKBTK8T C'QD I.IVKR OlL
1 H lizard 4 Caswell's, lnitde on tlio sea shore,
from frosh, selected livers, by Caswell, Haz
ard & Co., New York. - It Is absolutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have once taken it
pruftit-ltto al flUiors, Physicians have decided
it superior to any of the other oils in tiro mar
ket, t I)oc4-lSltv
For Flue Perfumery, go to Slsson's Drug
Store
The Heat Place. Tho choicest lot ofCiro-
oorius, Int.BUi.WHiW, Olasswaro. Sqtlons, e.
can be had at Davis Duiionu's hU.re, in
leski, nt nil times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken iu exchange for goods, at
his store. Iu connection with his store he hoi
Haddlo anil Huruost Shop, and will repair
anything III that Hue on short notice Ami at
low figures. Go and sue him. if
Dr. f! J. Bowers, Dentist, MuArlhur, O,
Settlement Notice. Persons knowing
themselves indebted to the Urin of J. A. Mar
tin & Co., Zuluski, Ohio, are romicstcd to
call forthwith and settle accounts. Do not
JtiljtVr , " . i J, At Mahtin A Co,
For r ure Prugs and Medlcluoi, go to Sis-
son's.
nr. N. J. Bowerg, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five Hundred Thousaud.-Mu.Q0fl bottles
of Grooue's August Flowor have been sold In
this State In throe mouths. We only ask you
,tp go(otiiq drug stores of Gunning orSlsson,
MeArtyuV.'OWlo, and vi)taj(,e of chirge
or a rogular. line at IS cents, fcvory bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint,' Sick headache, t'ostiveuoss, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, 8ourStomach,Iudlgostlou,
linpuro Illood, and all dlscaso caused by Im
pure Wood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Trylfj (, fj.OlJE .Proprietor,
.i - i .,' pojmiibjpj, Ohio.
I
Dr. N.J. Uowers, Dentist, MeArthur, O.
'sotlemeut Notlo,-A.ll pursons Hnff'uir
tlfomselves tiunlted tp the Ann of Richmond
II0H aro renuostod to call Immodlatoly
and aettle aucounU. We cununt carry ac
counts from ono year to another, and pay onr
OWB bills. , niCIIMOND IIUHN.
0r-Hltor!18T.-tf, , -,"
, ; tiiw,kHn, April, jsia.
MKRR. LKKPINOWlfl.t, A p'Qi
We havo used th5 '?poymcr, II nam an 4Co.'s
8trictly Pure White Lead,'! iqlif l)jr ynn, ,nd
have fopiu) It uniformly nt) flnely ground,
o,ry white, and of excellent boijy, For Purity,
Durability, and Supei flr Finish, we can ro
toinmetid Itfosll )jrlle'wleling gpqd work
I'lopo, ' , , , '
Jaa. Hifjs, M. JI. Gibbons, Jf. Cmbli Son,
fieq. Scliplpy.H, iiep'l'n j, ' , ' :
11 GOODS if II PIES!
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JOHN W. WILCOX'S
OJa.eo Oo-eOx tore,
HAMDEN, - - 'r - OHIO.
I1
"A peuny saved Is a peniiv earned," and you can lavo dollars by nurchaslng your Spring
and summer goods at the CH GAP CAHII STOR1'.. ill you haven't tho cash, Cling produce
anil get a big price (or It, and your goods ftt cash prtus.
Ladles Liieed Gutters, (rood, only 1.3ff. L'les Laced Gaiters, 1.50. Ladles
Lueed Uulters, best CustomMade, 18-Tlirend
Lasting, Only .86.
A SPLENDID ASSORTOTT OF SHOES.
Ladles', Gents', Hoys' Misses' and Children's, flno, toavy and medium, of all styles, and
cheaper than over heforo brought to this market. Aluo assortment of
Dresii Goods,
Emliroideries, Edgings, Parasol Ficlms Handkerchiefs
At prices that
JEANS, COTTONADES, TICKING, CHECKS & STRIPES
AT NEW YORK F1I,CK8.
Best Prints only 11c. Best Bpwn Muslin, 12 l-2c.
And everything else In paportlon,
BEST WHITE SUGARS ONLY 2 Jo. BEST COFFEE
ONLY 25c
My Stock of CLOTHING Canwt be Beat Any Place.
The cheapest lot of Fluo llluo and Dahlia
iu this market.
A large stock of Faucy Casstmore rAJNt'S AND VliSTS. HATS & CAPS
Iu endless variety-
COME ONE!
COME ALL!
March SO, 1873.
SBMI-AITI'rUAIi sS!rA.aXBXEIZX
OK THB i .
AUDITOR AND TREASURER m VINTON COUNTY, 0.
- i :
run thb '
- HALF YEAR ENDING IAECH 4th, 1873.
COUNTY
Balance In Treasury.
Balance in Ti oiwury.
Balance In Treasury.
Balanco iu Treasury.
Baliince in Treasury.
BRIDGE
COUNTY
)...
11UILDINQ AND
8CIIOOL FUND (Glf
TOWNSHIP AND TOWNS1 P POOR FUND
TOWNSHIP POOl UND:
INTEREST SECTION 9 FUND:
PRINCIPAL SECTION !9 FUND:
Ilalance In Treasury.
Balunce in Treasury....
Balance In Treasury ...
Balance in Treasury. . . .
PRINCIPAL
Balance in Treasury
TEACHERS' IN8TITUTHKUND
Balance in Treasury
FUNDS DEPOSITED TO REDEEM I.
Balance in Trciisurv
SPECIAL TO
llnliinco in Treasury
Total Balanco ......
WE. tho undcrsiinieil. Trcasurerand Auditor of V
tlio forerinu; Slatenient is a true exhihit of tho II 1
Vinton Couuty,uliio, belonging to'euch Fund, as apea
Given under our hands, ofllcially, this 4th
March 19. 1R73.
AT"'
Hose, Gloves,
wilt asVnlsh you. ,
CLOi'll WATS, Sacks nnd Frocks, cvorofforod
. - -
:i)ME EVERYBODY!
olm -W. Wilcox.
FU
.... $1,182 S5
FU
S, 58
TOORl
UND:
.... SO 31
.....7,175 32
2,947 U
457 30
INFIUIAKY FUND:
EKAL):
49 08
9S79
SECTIoio'FUND:
53S3
9028
- 238 07
JNDS SOLD FOR TAXES:
WNSlIlj FUND
-12 54
- 292 09
- r 15,042 53
lion County, Ohio, do hereby cortify that
i vno roiiuuiiiiig; in ino Treasury oi
"i.w i cturo iu uiu Auuiior s umco.
day of
larch, 1873.
NELSOX RICitt OND, Troasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
W. W, BELFOI), Auditor Vinton County, Ohio.
PROBATE NOTICE.
PROBATE NOTICE. PROBATE COURT, VINTON & Co., O.
Notice Is hereby iriven that Rob't Davis
ns iruiiriliuii of Wili.iaii .1. and Ruth A
Hampiiill. minoi's.has Uled his amounts with
said wards for partial settlement, and that
mo neannif oi tno same is set lor t no lath uiiv
ui jijirii, iota, ni ii u'ciiick, a. m.
ii. ii. ii a i u, i-rouato J anga.
Jlai-ch 15, 1873-4t.
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is horeby given that Ellis W. Free
man. AuminiHtruior. wirn tun w annevnii.
oi tue esuuo or w. iturrison liliicK, aeceasea,
has Dlod his account with suid estate for final
settlement, and that tho same is set for hi ar.
Ingoutholst day of Mav, 1873, at 10 o'clock
A. JU. 11. It. MAIU,
Api9-4t Probata Judge.
COURT.
HENRY C. SMITH'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio,
Notico is herebv iriven I hut Tliirthnlnmniv
milium a giiunlltiil of Wary K. and Joseph
E. Smith, miuoin, hus tiled his accounts with
said wanlH, severally, for partial settlement;
and that the same are set lor liHarlnir on th
an uuy ui aiuy uoxt ensuing, ill 10 o rloi'E A.Al-
a. 1.1 .r . ........ . n . . - -
Apr9-4t
II. . MAYO,
Probate Judge.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Ttinilinu lr.llll.n.1 Dra luii.Dmfit.nif
vs. I Justico of the Poace of
u. M. uroy and I Jackson townshiu. Vln
B, Croy. J ton county, Ohio.
A Writ of Attachment issued in the above
case against the defendants for sixteen dollars
awl sinty-fimr cents, and pmbahlo oosts
tweiily-Hiifrht dollnrs and thirty. sb
v emit
said canso wl
niuu i-iiiisu win uu mr iii'urinir on too 'jum uav
of April, A. D
1873, nt 10 o'clock A. M.
THOMAS HOLLAND.
April 2, 1873.-nlS.w
LEGAL NOTICE.
Jacob II, H attic, of tho county of Keokuk,
Iowa, Surah Coombs and Isaac, R. Coombs.
or the county of Clay, Illinois, will take no
tice that Joseph F, Hawk and Kcbocca Hwk,
have (lied their petition in tlio Court of Com-
nion rlens, ol Vinton county, Ohio, against
tliein and ltyvid H( k, Joljij 8. Hawk,
:, ueo.
w , iinwa, a lit ueo. w. uuiiiiHon. giiani
liau of
said Ueo. W. Hawk, sotting forth that Jacob
Hawk, Into of Vinton couulv. Ohio, deceased.
on tlieOth day of April, 1870, made, executed.
and ilelivorcd, a deed of irennral warrantv. to
saiil Joseph F. and Itehccca Hawk, to certain
iruiiiinri., uuBuriuuu iu siiiii iicwi as louows:
rile N. W. of Sue. fl. Town.. II. It. 17. mi. I
The S. W. a of Sec 111, T. 11, U.17; and aver
ring that said latter description was lucor
rocft Ah'i) mlstktiny described, slul should
have boon doner bed. as theS. W. I.- of S.!tl.
T. 12, R, 17;nndasklngtliat said niTstnkon de
scription be corrected, so as to conform to the
Intention of the parties: and that a deed lm
ordered to them for said promises, correctly
uiiBcriiwii, ami mien ui-uer ruuci as may lie
equitable. Said defendents will ho romilred
V Hin'X"r 9!ll't JlSHt.n ull Of llCIUi'0 the 8d
lnyqi flny,Di).
, ilUUlilUl Fi HAWK, )
' '. - aud
REBECCA I1AAVK. )
J. M. MOOii.uvrav. Att'y.
March 10, laTU-flt.
—OF—
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
Wiikiikar, It appears from the records in the
Aiiuicor soiiico oi Vinton county, Ohio, that
the Auditor or Haiti county, after due notice
having been given, sold, on the (nth day of
January, IHVi, the following School Lauds,
to,witt The KniitlMvestiiuartnrnf Suction
sixteen-(It,) TowiiHlilp nliiiilior uins (It,)
Range sixteen (1,) Tlmotliv R. Stanley be
coming tho purchaser of said lands at said
sale; and- , ,
Wakrha. JtuMMMrre Imm said reeorils that
uiuiw .iinn "Tti.o iiiuuiiis iiiivh uiiiisvi since
the flth iinvmentof tho purchase price of
suld liiiuls have liocoino due, aud that said
said Oth payment, and all other subsequent
payment, still remain unpaid.
Notice Is therefors irfven Hint. In tiiirHtinnna
of the 1Mb scotionof"An act to regulate the
sale of School J.nuds, and (ho siirrpmlur of
uiirsiiiiuiie nestiiumt(i. miavt Aiir
will QlTcr Btiid lands iqr sulu, with all the
linprovohionts thereiin, (if anv)
y) at tfle door of
ly, to tho high
ino uiun jinnee, in said conn
est and best bidder therefor In ensh, at biio
o'clock, p, m., on the(l day of- May, a. u.,
187J1. No iiiH'111 liOontoVtaineii for ltt than
ri"j,T.i, wnicn aiiiouiit is necessary to pay the
purchase Dioney" due tho State, and expound
MUiHuni W tiiinnillU. .1 ,.-"
:i Horsemen.
TTOIvSIAM EN, ATTENTION I
JLX .
IVAN" II O Tfl.
WAONI1 II. will main tliHn,m ni imi nt n...
stnjileof thesuhiic-rlher, In I'uvter, Gllia Co.,
P. OARDNKR,
PlueO rove, Ohio,
wrui ' ii ... ? vl "" UI I'l', v line, ill
Wllkesy. Vinton cuipnty. Ohio, eyerv 111.
tomato, fl-nuk , Will stuud w ,m,,V(, kvffo
for common, ht tiioMimhlii'liOi sU-W '
uuiti. AtHwi nil .iiui3 W . - i in-
..arch SO, '78 cm).
Dissolution.
issolation of Co-Partnership.
T
co-partnership heretofore existing ho
3. VV. Wilcox, and J. T. Oiiirk. iimior
twui
the
hme and style of Wilcox & Ouiicr, is
thid
uisnuiven vy muiuiti conscne
liersons Indebted to tlm nlmvn II m, will
A
nii'W can and settle t heiraccount nt nncn.
Tl business will hereafter be continued by
' i . . VVILCQX 4 QQIKH.
Mull 8, 1873.
Railroad.
NOTICE!
NOTICE! To to Stockholders of the Gallipolis
NOTICE! To to Stockholders of the Gallipolis McArthur and Columbus, R. R.
Company.
persons Cspt
Ital S kof eojd liftilruadCo., prior to the 1st
duyoj miliary, 1873, aro hereby require
pay U teuth (10) instiiliuent of ten (10;
cent hereon, on or heforo the first tin'
Aprlll873, to tho Secretary of said Comp
A. lilnOlim I.. r..ui...n .11.1.. A- lr!.
ed to
Dor
ilnv nf
AprniHT,to tno (secretary of sa d Coin nan v.
at hlollloo In GallipoUs, Ohio, or Vinton
mv ..v..i.u ,( .lllllJUI1S, VIIIIU, UI VIIILMIl
counWiibscrlliers o n pay to Ilanicl Will,
Prcsinit of Vinton County National Banki
nt iiiuriuur, ? niNiu couuey, unio.
.ton
iij rueroi me I'liTctors
J.. I. C A DOT. Sec'v
q.,MoAAC. Rlt.Lo
F 1)18,1 873 Ow.
gEOND ANNUAL
DISTRIBUTION.
T,730 Premiums,
HANGINO IN YAI,U FROM
SIO to S5,000
j AWAY
TQ TUB SUBSCRIBERS OF
QUI, FIRESIDE FRIEND
Evcii Siibsctiher is suro of ono nrcmiiini
any yi, nnd also has an eoiial rlinm-n nf r.
cefvlnjl CASH Premium, OR A PIANO, OR
GAN, MATCH, SKWIXG M ACIIINK, uto.
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
9i3,000
oup HiRRsrnK vniKvn Kinu r...
large ixr.Illunirnlnl, th Family Wteklu, is
in iu tlliltl) VOLUMK ami has attiilned the
LA ROUT CIRCULATION nfimv ....i
lishcdhi the West! lis success KNAUI.K9
the hrqrlotors to furnish TUB IIKST, MOST
UKSIIini.K and MOST ITSKFUI. OltlGIN
AI. Rl. DING MATTER I UltKAT VAltl
KTV, lat money can buy, and to make It a
HhWhhtvbV suited to the wants of every
illyJSubscription price, M. por year of t&
uuiiibct.
a Elefunt Chromo
f Ci XT T ES
fi
7
Sfh 11 V Oil IlKltkl... lit A ilknnii.ln.lnnil
nowli
bnlljo ho the VANUSOJIEST P1 MOST
lAi.iAiii.K premium plcturo in Ai
. lirniriiiim nlt.ni-
America.
KVKIff SllllSChillltlt it nmnniitMl Willi thin
with this
ilia irntt
fll. ....... .. 11.- . .. .
Vylll villi lib lliu 1.11110 OE SUIlHCrllllllg.
Ina.) aid also I'M'ievna n HM ItfllVll 1 1.11.
TIKlCiTK KNTITI.INO TlIK llOi.DKR TO
ASUAiK in tho distribution of 5,000 in cash
and otler premiiims.
TIIKDlA'l'ltlllUTlON TAKKS FLACK on
tho sowiid Tuesday In d upe uext. The Chro
mo anl CprtlUcuto scut on receiiitot price
8PKCIJWS OOIMIW. 1'RKMICM LIST, Ktc,
GIVIN FULL PA11TICU LA its foul froo to
any aiuress,
AGENTS
' Either local or canvassing In
vverv Miwn. ljin-irn cash
nay
id at
IA ft slrCn and tho liostoiilllt. Sen
iinni lui
ouco for terms,
Addrass,
FRIRNI),
Chicago, III,
i
teftw'
OlTR FIR1CSIDK
'pO THE LADIES.
A ,P? uook containliig
nnswon to
givat iinnortance,
Sent free for
ten con a,
liiVVI1li.VI .
Addr
MKH. 11. JIlCTSIiKIt, llan
over, Pi,
lwao-feb.5;'7a-iii
iAND AG33NCT.
KANSAS CENTRAL LAND
'j V AGENCY.
MaJ. JOHN W. UKRKS. Urnnager.
i salin, Kan.
' Real Iitftto Dullness; also havo for sale all
the limes of the Kansas Pacllln Hallway Com
pany, anmiiitiug to over 8,(100,01)0 aores of tho
most (ItMiralilelu Central and Western Kan
sas; alsa Mill SRwl coal L3s, Farms, Cattle
Rnncll, am C) tyP;,110rty' Unlina aud the
to"r.i lowns. for sulent all times.
uejirSenil for tliu " Knnsas Central Advo
cate' a Urifii-cnlumn liind psper, see wlut
wo have for snlc, and ii'itd nil about tlio (ii wit
Keystone StuUi of tho West.
March SB, 187-rcw
T. A,
Martin".
1V
Desire to say to their friends and cus'tomers, and the public
general, that they Lave now in stave a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, ;H ATS AND NOTIONS.
' t U f t 1 c.i HiJ.iL.ni : , , .
AMD
Positively Sell Goods Cheajer
Do not buy goods before you
PRICES!
WE MAKE ' "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
Better Bargains
All kinds of Produce bouerht
Come and see us when you come
satisfactory dealing. -
T. A. MARTIN &.SON.
At " THE OLD CORNER STORE," '
One door West of Court-b.ouse, McArthur, Ohio.
SPEIUQI
5S- O. SWIPT.
Chillicothe, Ohio. ; " --
M T" ,
MY STOCK IV EVERY DEPARTMEIVT,
SMALI, WARES,
HOSIERY, BLANK BOOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made t Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMPBVED .
AND-
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
quality of tho touo rcmlorej ' ' '
qn alto that of the i iest Pipe
Our collated "Vox Celeste,' Ixiuls Patent."
Coupler, the charming Cello
ALL TIIE LATE
Can be obtained only
PRE-EMINENT FOR PURITY OF TONE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED. ' " '
i . . . i .'.it
THE BEST MATERIAL. AND WORKMANSHIP.
QUALITY ANI) VOLUME OF TONE UNEQUALED. , ! ,
THIRXY-FIVE DIFFERENT; STYLES FOR PARLOR 4 CHURCH.
Prices, - -
FACTORY AND
Corner Sixth and
Established In 1850.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
m:. Bl oobixr xxjol dtb Co., v
I I
1Q1 . LIBEETY STREET.
- .
, MANUFACTUR'iaiS
i , ; .i i ,i .1 f i if i. -
3rt)ti fctUooi) lAJotkiniHdcljim
AWD IttAIVlJPACTlJItERSSUippLlE's.'
. . . I i .1 . . . . ; . v . . I ' . .,:..(
. , i ,'i. .t vi-i ;..!. , ..' I . t '
Unveln sUiru flill ttock of UIOANR STBASf PUMPS, JtTDHOV (lo'vv'!tx-K rasi
ml DOOR MACHINERY. Aa.. Ao. lilCPaiRiK! ilw if r ,,JJ
TKNIIKllTII
; MARTIN,
ARE
tlian any House in VMoa County
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
., , .
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT
coods onlv for CASH. OR ITS
us to gi ve our patrons
than Ever Before!
and Rold f Vh MurtA. Pris 1
to town, and we guarantee you
. . ;j ; ., ,, -,
731
TO STTTT :PnRf!fTASERS
S. C. SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
HEWW INVENTED 1
(HIAIIIJVli: Ti nrs
u"""" 1009 11 Tel7 1"rKe,i '"creaioa, anutne
Organs of the Same Capacity.
Vox Humana," "Wilcox Patent." Octave
or Clarinet-'stontind
IMPROVEMENTS
in these Organs.
1
oso to C300
WAREROOMS,
i - r, . '
Congress St. Detroit, Mich.
K3-AGENT8 WANTED IN EVERY COUSTY-D
i
CQSNEa FT7TTT. 1k1
(i'l - ..,'.', .! ., '.. . I ' .. . . :',.,( J..;.- .1 -. -
AND DEALERS IN
1 ," 11 " 1
t. -1 1 i.. .' -
i nvm hi At.
Jau.l-lni
in
i
1
Vinrcnr Hitters aro lint a vils Fancy DrH
naJo cf i'.mr Rum, WliWeey, Proof Spirits and Kafui
4(Yum, I.K.mri!il, iiiKtd, and swrsioned to pleaw at
.isle, cil;. -Tunica," " Appcliiera," "Rtilortl.
(c, lli.il Icid Ilia lipnler on to driiiikennaaa and ruai
ml lire a trim Metlicme. made from tha nniv torn
ml licrll i nft iilirimiia. fne frnm all AUvhnli i;n,,,l.m
t hey are the Great Ulood Purifier and a Life-liv
'inicipie, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of at
iv.tein, curving, off all pniaonout mailer and mti
ho blisi.l lo a healiliy condition, enricliiii it, refresh)
iu niviKoraiiiix uiut Hnnu and body. Tliay an tat
,f .diuiiiiairaiion, irnmpt hi their action, certain in lb
eu..'. ufe S'"l relinble in all, forma of diaeaee.
No ."o oau take the liitters aaco
nt to di'.cliu". nd remain long unwell, provide
heir bonea V not destroyed by mineral poison orollx
neana, and tH vital organs wasted beyond Ilia pot)
if repair.
Pyapepala vr Iiidlrs(lon. Heidachf, tri
a lhe Shoultlere, Couglia, 'i'iglitneas of Hie Chest, DC
ineaa, Sour Eructations of th Stomach, Bad law
n th JIoulli, Hiiious Attack, Palpitation of tl
Hi cart. Inflammation of th Lunga, Pain in th regioa
.h lwiclnsyt. -and a hundred other painful symptom
.r Ui othprlngs of Dyapentia. In (heie compUm
I law) ao qua), and one bottl will prove a better gum
nl-e of il meriis llian a lenqlhy advertiwment.
FoJ Vemnle Complnlutt in young or U
iiarried inClai ' His dawn of womanhood, or III
urn of life, I'ISI Tonic Ditlers display so decided a
fifluence tin uiarlccd improvement it aooa pra
ible.
For Inflammatory and Chronlo Ithewj
natisin and Goi?t, Dytpepaia or Indiirealion, Uiiiow
(eminent and Intermiltertt Kevera, l)ieaaes of sf
Hood. Liver. Kidneys and Bladder, tlies Bitters bat
eea most succetaful. Such Dlieaae ar eauaad b
'itiated Ulood, which is generally produced by derang '
lent nt ins Digestive urgani.
They aire aiGaiitl I'lircatlT a well
I Tonic, posseisinc; alio the peculiar merit of aciif
S a powerful ageot in relieving Congestion or Inflaa,
taiion of lha Liver and Visceral Orgaua, and in Biliot
)iieaei. t
For Nklit Dlee, Eruptioni, Teller,
Ibeura, Ulotcliei, Spots, Pimplea, Puitules, Boils, Cai
nuclei, Kinr-wormi, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Krj
:ptlai. Itch, Scurfs, Diacolorationi of the Skin, Humoi
lid Diuaa of the Skin, of whatever nam or natsM
f literally dug up and carried out of the system ia
Aiirt time br the use of these Hitters. On bottle 1
jc.Vi cases wilt convince th most incredulous of thai
iirai .'ve efTecis.
Cla.Mta the vitiated mood whenever m
nd ita i'.mpurities bursting through the skia in Pimple
iruplions, or Sores; cleans it when you find it o(j
meted an J sluggish in III reins ; deanse it when it i
ml; your feelings will tell you when. Keep tu blow
ure. and the health of the system will follow.
UraUful thousands proclaim Vinioak lilt
ass th most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustain
le linking system.
Piu, Tape, anil other Worms, lurking i
I system of so many thousands, ar effectually ds
royed and removed Says a diatinguished physio!
list: There is scarcely an individual upon th face of th
irth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms
: is not uhiii ill healthy elements of the bodyih
orms exist, but upon th diseased humor and alin
inoaits that breed these liviiitr monsters of disease
.S system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anlliolmin
let, " 'yilem from wor"s like these Bit
"ii , xnleal Diaeaee. Persons engaged i
-i,.r. Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters
i ",u' .r. Nid Miners, as they advance in life, wl
isubiec tc wiS'" of "".Bowels. To guard again.
iaXa do of . VmacA. U.TTs.sonc
r twice a week as a . "wwitive. .
l-ever. which are so ,W e. jn 111 valleys of oil
reat rivers ihroiiRhont tli? V "J'!
lose of the MissPssippi, Oliuf, l'Tt I,l!"olft f"
.ssee. Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Worjdo, Braroi
tio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobil. 6avai;ab, Roan
ke, James, and many others, wild Uw vast JnbuU
es, throughout our entir couiilry during the Sudanis
nd Autumn, and remarkably o during seasons
nusual heat and dryness, ar Invariably accompam
y extensive deraiigemwis of th stpch and liver, an
titer abdominal viscera. Tlier ar atwsys more ot lei
bstruciiona of the liver, a weakness and irritable slat
f the stomach, nnd great torpor of th bowels, beta
logged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treal
tent, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upo
use various orgatis, is essentially necessary- Ther I
cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walks'
r '"jab niTTKs a they wilt speedily remove th
")k Ved viscid matter willi which the boweis W
I'' same time atiinulaiing llie secretions
Mded, at , oerally restoring the healthy (unclioe
ie liver, aim .,nl
f ihe digestive jtinp;' Hvll, While Swcllingi
1 1 5 ' ?' Swelled Neck, Goiter, SrofcH
''.':r.,.'IwLa.,i. Inflammation. Merriir.i1 Al
-m,ns oi Ihe bkan. bore Eva
scliona, u d sores, truj , 0,ller COnslsttitosiM Dil
It, etc In these, aa in . xtJrrBtt, ,,. ,. g,
ases, Wai.Kes's ViNaojK . ob,liliale ,lld ,rM,
reat curative powers in the mo. .
ble cases. '
Dr. Walker' California V Mtegar BUler
ct on all these cases in a similar maun y punfyin
he Blood they remove the cause, and by resolv ing awa
he effects ef the inflammation (the tubercular depositi
lie anecied parts receive health, and a pvmiaiient ful
i effected.
Tbe properties or Da. Wai.kkr's Vihii'.a
Iitteks are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative
Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irri
nt, Sudorific Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties
)n. Walker's Vinhgar Hittsks aie the beat safe
uard in all cases of eruptions and malignant feven
heir balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protec
he humors of Ihe fauces. Their Sedative propertic
Hay pain ia the nervous system, stomach, and bowel!
itlier from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, et
"heir Counter-irritant influence extends througlioy
il system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
eys, correcting and regulating the flow pf urine. 'i'li
Lnii-llilious properties stimulate the liver, in lii secrr
ton of blie, and its discbarges through (he biliary ducti
id are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure c
lilious Fever, Fever and Ague, ele, .'i I ,
Fortify the body ngalnst ttlHrase by pun
ying all its fluids with Vinhgar Hittrksi : Me ert
emic.can take hold of a system thus forearmed, '('it
.ver, the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys, -and', it
rves are rendered disease-proof by this great iuvij
rant . : (
Dlreetloik. Take of tha Bitters on going to h
t niglit from a half to on and one-half wine-glassful
Cat good nourishing food, such as beefsteak, mul to
hop. venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and tak
ot-door exercise. They are composed ol purely yega
ble ingredients, and contain no spirit. ' ' i'
'.WALKER, Prop'r. R.H. BIoDONAt.DeYCt.
Druggists and Gen. Agls., San Francisco, Cal.. -
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New Vurk
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
' ' ' t'i'
A BOOK FOR TIIE MILLION J
HPa-h mmJ Jh maII a prlTtuCoMDnelorioliit
JiVXQ.rericlg:Q !l'rritl r tbo fttxiut i
m s. Ijniirrjr en lh nlij iolog(av1
3 VI i tl fi- mj;tePietaBilrjvUtluUrt
liiaexuliiTilm, lthtb
tttait dlcrrlei lu itrsduolug mid irsviuiiu oniurluc,
to preiervt the complexion, etfl.
Thill i o tuttreiiitti work oftvo hundred nod tlktf
fai.wUh uamvroui urvlai;a, fcDt eolnlu vklutstla
', rjBtllonfor ibost who are Miirrltd,riMniemlktli.asrk
wllmm B",lll'B b(Mk UiBtoufhttobt ktu4rltMk
" :T' , nd not laid rleMljr bout tho hvvM.
, lai lb oiperlDca and advlca of a ph ?!)!
hJ. r.nii.'HD world-nMa, widahould bain lb rrl.
vateawai-a nalaattd ratnalfltkrauvlieiiUbttiilLrt
lab,
ratlva
aatm lb ""ih kaowioi, aud, fimck lbaU.lt
iddr.i. Ilf. Butu' lHPussr,Ns. 1 a K. U.titBiUMl
It. LauU, Ms. '
Notice to tis Afflicted and Unfortunate
lr applTl"! f " ueterieus e.sok. hs sar.nl.. la
nblts irs.r l sr I""11 niHlUs reruw Ur.
Il.il.' worS uo sutui wUalfeur dlnsM It, er b.w (Icytor
abler.nr soudilloll. ....
Iir. Uutti ecoupirs Soulil. tion. or twtntr-svea
reolli.'l sliidttrl br .nme ol III. wo.tcclcbrsL',1 aiwdl'
sltiro'f.riirilil.raiitrr sml Kinoo. mil cit b.i o.
l Kllt4 (mrMUsllv or br assail, on lli.ili".(i iii'-iltiiil-(l la
kl. w..rt.. I. Hi' HI..I .ml.. N-. I - X- IM.-I.lll - I,
li!;w..-rt si-rkjiuua 1'iiu.iiui, n. I.41.U. x, . , t
c ZP-
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BEST IN THE WORLD.
- t rnutf .
tUlO B5B A CIRCULAR , "fti?.'?.
Jew York Office. 27 BEEOTA1? ET,
M
AfiHOOD :
nOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just nubllshod. a now otlltlon nf Tit-, i ..1
TerwelPs telebratul Essay on tho riulli-al
Cure (without meUlclne) ol' rlpnrmaUirrliu'ii or
Seminal Weakness, Involiiiitai-r Ki-inlmii
Losses, lm potency. Mental ami f hvsii.-al In.
cspacltT, liinieilimnnts to uuir Tlitgo, inn.; also
Consumiition, Kptlcpsv and Fits, liitlm i'd bv
aoUiiHltilireuce or sexual oxtrnvaKiuice.
l;:irP''!0i In seaiiil envi-lopo, only tl cvwin
Tlio culhrati. aulhor. In H.i. i,i...i.i
essuy. cluarljr donimishutfls twn n -llihtr
years' aur.oessfiil prnrtlcH, that, tlio nltiiinliii
eonsoitincos of ai'lf-nlinso may lie rmlii-nliv
cured without tlio datiayrotia ui X liili'rmil
mediclna or tlio applii.ution of tlm vi......
MOTHERS
Ual
polntinRottt a moiloofniieiitoiifeslmplj. i,v
mcansof vliii-hovi'y siiilficr, nouiiitii.!- mUui
his condition may bo, miiy euro IiIuimjIi' -i,,.. .
ly,rrlvatly and raillcallv. ' "
Jfoy-'l'lils Ix-cture should bo In Hin hnnds of
every youth and every man In the In ml '
Pent, ntidwr aval, iu a plain imvi'lop, tn hmv
address, post inld, on receipt or iU i'iud ol?
two postiino stiiiiipa.
Also, Dr. Culverwcll'a "MaiTinito Gul,i
price Mlronla.
AUdrass tlio Pitlillsltnrh, : ': . ' " "
t lIA.J.C.KMNH (( N.Yi
P.O. Box, 9,4!.. Wliowe ' '

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