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TliE McAETHIJE ENQUIEEB, WEDNESDAY, A.P;RlL i6 1B78y
McArtiiur Enquirer
J. W. BOWES, lMltor and ruulialier.
Moartiii.tr, ouro, . . april id, kh.
J" J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
NO BUSINESS HONK ON SATURDAYS,
Muddy roads.
Timk to plant onions.
Where do you live now?
Fkesii fish from the little steams
have made tkeir appearance.
The trees are budding and the
grass is growing beautiful.
It is said that the wheat in some
parts of Vinton county is injured..
The 'Jackson Standard is now
printed on a Fair Haven Power
Press.
Isaac Reynolds, Street Commis
sioner, has resigned that ofllcc since
the election.
Do you think the "Lightcncn
Calculator" can make a good Con
stitution for Ohio?
It will bo fashionable the coining
Rummer for every body to carry um
brellas when the rain is falling.
Last Kundny afternoon was quite
warm and pleasant. Many people
were "out walking." We were out
too.
t i
Ben. F. Scott, an old resident of
Washington township, Jackson
county, Ohio, died suddenly a few
days ago.
Bird boxes should now be looked
after, lixed up and painted. Every
garden and lawn should have a cozy
iiomc for these singing pets.
The boys have supplied them
selves with "fishing utensils" and
are now engaged in dragging the
finny monsters from the deep.
What elected the "Lightenen
Calculator" to make a Constitution
for Ohio? Not the good sense of
the people by a d 1 of a sight.
Five doers wero shot during the
past winter, while attempting to
swim the Ohio River at the mouth
of Swan Creek, in Gallia county.
The West Union Defender says
that the Christian Union organiza
tion of Brier Ridge, in Adams
county, is building a church 32
by 40.
Justices of the Peace, Consta
bles, Attorneys, and all to whom it
may concern, should call at this of
fice and see our assortment of
blanks and blank books.
The contract for building the
County Infirmary Building in Jack
son, Ohio, was awarded last week,
by the county Commissioners, to
jMichael Kino, of Logan, Ohio, at
$13,000.
An election was held on Monday
list for ono School Director fortius
School District.
The result is as follows:
Paris Hortou, ...62
V. II. Spnvjuo 38
George Laut.1! 1
The Berlin & Pomeroy Railroad
Company has been incorporated;
capital, $500,000; termini in Berlin,
Jackson, and Pomeroy, Meigs coun
ties, passing through the counties of
Jackson, Vinton and Meigs. Incor
porators : A. B. Waters, A. L. Camp
bell, J. M. Watts, T. P. Sutherland
and Lot Davlcs.
Sheriff's Sale. The Sheriff of
Vinton County, will sell at public
. Auction on Friday, May 6, 1873, at
1 o'clock P. M., about 300 acres of
land, situated in the eastern part of
Elk township, along tho road lead
ing from Vinton Station to Zaleskl,
south of the residence of Isaac
Siiry, in the suit of John Maderia
against S. W, Ely et. al,
. m m t m
The law enacted last winter rela
tive to tho election of Delegates and
tho organization of tho Constitu
tional Convention ilvlilo that the
oldest member slisi) be the tempo
rary presiding olllccr, As lion
'Alex. White of Hocking county
1 the oldest delegate, being in his
71st, year, lis will be the temporary
chairman of the Convention.
We wero pleased to receive a cal
yesterduy ' morning from J. G.
IIufkman, Attorney at Law, and J.
J. Mil moan, of New Lexington;
Perry county, Ohio. ' They wore
here for tho purpose of taking
depositions in a caso pending bo
twoen tho Trustees of Piko town-
Bhip, Perry county, and ' tho Trim
toes of Brown township, Vinton
. (county, tn relation to tho residence
tof a pauper, ' "" '
Vinton County Stock Sales,
The sixth monthly Stock Sales! were
held in McArthur, on Tuesday, the
9th inst.
The following stock was sold by
Hon. A. J. Swaim. Auctioneer
3 3-yenr elds for I). Mayhugh to
II. Dasley, for $145.
1 Cow for II. Hulbert to John
Hook, for $35. I
1 pair of Oxen for I). Mayliugh
to II Laslej', for $145.
1 Cow for L. Lacy to Gaskill
for $20 25.
1 pair Oxen for I). Mayhugh to
Shepherd Payne, for $112 50. j
35 Calves for D. Mayhugh to D.
R. at $0 50 per head $332 50j
14 3-year-olds for William Bray
to Isaac Dnnklo, at $37 per head
$518. j
7 2-year-olds for R. Carpenter to
Shepherd Payne, at $30 per head
$210.
1 pair Oxen for same to same, for
$105.
The following Stock and "goods
and chattels" wero sold by Luthek
Bolen, Auctioneer:
1 pair' Oxen for D.lledgo to
, foi $12(1.
1 Buggy for W. Hutchinson to J.
G. Swctland, for $122.
1 Express for same to Heney
Gibus, for $101.
Total amount of sales of stock
$1,715 75. .
Some private sales wero made du
ring the day, but were not reported.
Two or three lots wero oll'ered
and drawn off the market. '
The above report was furnished
us by A. W. Ashury;
Stock Sales regularly on the Sec
ond Tuesday of each montlu
Next Stock Sale May 13.
The Assessors elected for the
twelve townships of Vinton oonnty
met at the Auditor's office, on Mon
day the 14th, in pursuance of no
tice given them by the Auditor1, W.
W. Belkokd, to receive blanks and
instructions, preparatory to tho
commencement of listing the tax
able property in their respective
townships. The names of tho As
sessors are as follows all being
present:'
Eagle Williem Peck.
Elk -Joseph Kalcr.
Drown "L. C. Gibbons.
Madison M. J. Robertson.
Clinton C. L. White.
Harrison George Arganbright.
Knox Aaron Martin.
Wilkesville Benjamin Hawk.
Vinton William Booth.
Jackson Samuel Shannon.
Swan James Faulkner.
llichland M. S. Snyder.
The valuation of stock in the
several townships was agreed upon
as follows:
Horses, over 3 years old, $100;
3 years old, $75;
2 " " $50;
1 " " $30;
Oxen, $5 per 100;
Cattle, 3 years old, $3 per 100;
2 " " $3 and under;
1 " " $8 per head;
Cows, $20 per head ;
Mules, etc., same as Horses;
Sheep, $2 per head on an average;
Hogs, $3 per 100.
The following named persons re
ceived teachers' certificates at the
ast examination, as follows :
For eigthteeu months, Charles B.
Hughes, Charles Hunter, T. j M.
Taylor.
For twelve months, Robert
Buskirk, and Mias Ann Rickey
For six months, Miss Editha Mar
tindill, Minnie Woolley, Adellu
Shrincr, Maggie Hurley, Mary J,
Cox, Savida Slaler, Mollie Wimer,
flattie Cox, Mary Hudson, Callio
Martindill, Ireno Davis, Ida Bald,
and Sanford B. Eutslor,
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board Examiners.
The following Is tho official yoto
of Jackson county,. Ohio, for Dele
gate to tho Constitutional Conven
tion: . -
Tripp,
ltcp.
- Mil
- m
. u
6H
- Ml
- ir.i
- ltfrt
li
. 4rt
HI!
. 87
1140
Monaham,
Deni .
8I
18
n
85
44
13
HI
4'i
HI
715
un
Klrkendnll.
Run.
68
111
Mile -
Llliorty .
Hcloto .
Hamilton
Franklin
JeflenMU
Madison
Iiloomllold
Milton -W'hingtolt
Jackson
aiKi
We hayo rwetvod tho first rium
oer oi me unio Liberal, a new
Journal just started at Manslleld,
Ohio, under tho auspices of Gen
R. BiiiNiiKitHorp, Chairman of the
Liberal Republican State KjJocu
tivo Committee, Jt n an exec!
lent
Journal and has been established at
tho right time. It should be sus
taincd by the Liberals and Difmo
cratsofOhio,
Wells' mnjorlty in Vinton cbun-
ty for making calculations on a Con
stitution for Ohio, is about 350
100 less than wo stated Inst Meek
T"B Bhipmeut of bullion for
the month of Feb., from. AuMln
llooge Juvcr. Nevada, consistc
of eighty bars weighing 8,056
pounds, of the valua of SHQ5,-
' V7m
Tub Hjiccio in tie bank, of
ranee has deore-asud 250,000
during the past week.
J. F. Towei.l, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to merchants a superior
stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on tho most favorable terms. 8-Iv.
Special Notices.
Ypmlanti, M it'll, Feb., "i-2.
We hnvo used lloymor, Baumin Co 's
ond In our own business for two years, In
oiiiicctlon with ninny ot hoc leads, mul we
recommend It, nnil yiianintet It permiuillu to
I Strictly Pure. Any person finding tho leant
ml ill tornt Ion In tills mint will ruceivo fifty
dollars by calling nt our ollleo For the grati
fication of any porson doubting the superiority
of this lend, wo will fonvnnl a pnekugo to the
noted chemist, Dr. Doflluld, fur analysis, and
If our statement does not prove true, wo will
paint that person's house freo of nil oxpenso
to lilin, and with any paint ho may desire.
EDWARDS & COOI'KK, littld't.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-went Missouri. Tho Atlantic Al'aclllc
Itailrond Company oll'ors 1,300,000 acres of land
in Central and South-west Missouri, nt from $)
to$12puracro,oiisoven years' time, with free
transportation l'roiu St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Ulmntc. soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, cliiirchos,nml law-abiding society iu-
ite emigrants from all poluls to this land ot
fruits and flowers. For particulars address A.
rc'K, Land Commissioner, St. LoulH, Mo. 1-1 y
lleyoml the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, and thousand more nroturii-
nt? their eyes towards new homos in tho fer-
lu West. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Callfonrln, wo recommend
cheap, siife, quick and direct route, via St
Louis, over tho Missouri TacHlc Railroad,
which runs its line Day Couches anil Pullman
Sleepers from St. Louis to principal points in
the West, without chango. Wo believe that
the Missouri I'ltclllc ltiiilroad lifts tho best
track and tho liuest and safest equipment of
any lino west of the Mississippi, and Its con
nections with roads farther West ure prompt
nd reliable. The Texas connection of this
road la now completed, and pnsscngers are
ode red a llrat-clnss, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, cither over tho Missouri,
Kansas & Texas It. It. via Sodnllii, or over th
Atlantic & l'acillu R. It. rnt Vlnito. For
maps, time tables, Information as to rates,
routes, &e... wo rel'or our readers to 8. II.
Thompson, Kustern Passenger Agent, Colum-
ius. Ohio, or K. A. Ford, Ueneral Passenger
A gout, St. Louis, Mo. Questions will bochecr
ully and promptly iinsnoreil. 1-ly
TlIK Pt'RKHT AND SAVKKTKHTC'OD-LIHKH OIL
is Hazard Caswell's, iimdo on the sea-shore,
from fresh, loleotod Uvors, by Hazard, Caswell
A Co., New York. It Is absolutely rfKK aud
hwkkt. Patients who have onto taksn it, pre
fer It to all others. 1'liyslcinns havo decided
It superior to any of tho ollioroilsin tho mar
ket. lWw
A CARD. A Clergymnn, while residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe, aud simple, remedy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of tho
urinary and seminal organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
viu'ons habits. Great numbers have been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to beuelit tho allllctcd and unfortiuiKto,
I will semi the receipt for preparing and using
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to anyone
who needs It, fret of Charge! Address
JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
Station I), lllble House. N. Y. Citv.
March 111, lSW vT.nlO.
To the Suffering. Tho Ror. Win. IF. Nor-
tou, wlille residing iii lirazll as a Missionary,
Uncovered in that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Norvous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after all
other medicines had fulled.
Wishing' to bensflttho suffering, I will scud
tho recipe for preparlug nnd using this rem
edy, to all who desire It, Freo of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your naino
and address on it. Address,
Itev. WM. H. NORTON,
070 Ilroadwuy. New York City.
March 19, 18T3-vT,nlO.
For Ayev's Medicines, go to O. W. Slsson's.
For Flue Perfumery, go to Slsson's Drug
Store.
The Best Place. Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qtieouswnro, Ulusswaro, Notions, &c,
ens. bo huil at Davis Duncan's Store, In Za
leskl, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken In cxcliungo for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store ho has
a Saddlo and Harness Shop, nnd will repnir
anything In that lino on short uotieo nnd at
low figures. Go and see him. tf
Dr. N.J. Itowers, Dentist, McArtiiur, O.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis-
son's.
Dr. N.J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five Hundred Thousaml.-600,000 bottles
of Greene's August Flower havo bceu sold In
this State lu three months. We only ask you
to go to tho drug stores of Gunning orSlsson
McArthur, Ohio, and getabottloro ojnhnrq
or a regulur size at 75 cents. Kvery bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costlveness, Heart
burn, Waterbrasli, SourHtoiiiach, Indigestion,
Impure Wood, nnd all disease caused by Im
pure Dlood, or deranged Stoinaoli nnd I.lver.
Try it. (i. G. GItKEN, Proprietor,
Columbus, Ohio,
Dr. N.J. llowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Settlement Notice All persons knowing
themselves indebted lo tho firm of Richmond
A Huiin, are requested to cnll Immediately
and settle accounts, Wo cannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, aud pay our
own hills. " , RICHMOND HUIIN,
October 8, 187.-tf,
A LECTURE
TO
Young Men.
Jwt Published in a Sealed Envel
ope. rrice Six Cents.
A lecture on the Nature. Treatment and
Radical euro of Spermatorrhoea' or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debllilv. nnd liniiediiiients to niaiTiairu iren-
erally; Nervousness, Consiimiitlon, Lplleps'y
and flU! Aleuts! nnd Phi-sica! IncnnaclLv. re
sulting from Hclf-iihuso, etc. by Rulllik t' J.
CD LVKHWEl.L, M. 1 author of the "Green
Book." He.
The world-renowned author. In this ndmlra-
uiu lecture, clearly proves Iroin ins own ex
perience viiai mo a wiiu conseipionces ot senr
abuse may ho elVectuiilly removed without
medicines, and without dntiirornus surirlciil
niierutlous, bougies, Instmiiients, rings or cor.
dials, pointing out a mode ot euro at once cer
tain and ouecliiui, by which every sullerer,
no mutter what his condillon mnv be. mav
eiirehlmsel)1 cheaply, privately and radically.
i ins icuHirc win prove a noon to (iiqusaiius
and llioiisands.
Sent, under seal, to any address. In a plain.
sealed envelopn, on the receipt of six cents, or
two postage sumps. Also, i)r. culverwoirs
"Marriage Oulde," price 60 cents. Addrcsi
the puhllsliers. , .
I ll AH..I. ixi'ix Bi nt.u.1
187 Ilo ivory, Neiv ork, P. O. Box 4,580.
Horsemen,
TTORSEMEN, ATTENTION!
.JL.JL
IVAN I I O E,
n .. ivrrMiiTov .1..... iiimiwniiuitv
,1T ' 'W . . ,11111. J'UW I'.VF.ll, 1
W A(iN Kit, will make the season of 187.1 at the
tnM6of the subscriber, In I'nrter, Clnllla Co.,
Ohio; will ho nt tlip iltaVile of Dr. Cllne, In
a. rut. , ti.tui, ,-,u,iii,LT, wii,,,, iT,M V III
ternato woek , Will stand for mares at p.O0
for common, lor thoroughbred .jro.00 to In'
lira. Address all letters to
' ' li ii k nT.wn
4 uillll'il.ll,
March Hfl, 'ID fcn. Pino iiiwe, Ohio
O- SWIPT,
ChilUcothe, Ohio,
I?IY STOCK IX EVERY DEPARTMENT,
SMALL WARES,
HOSIERY.
BLANK ROOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
7Sjr J.JLbTLm p ape jr.,
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made a. Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
S. C.
3.8731
SWIFT, ChilUcothe, Ohio.
Legal Notices.
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby jriven that Honrv Dudlo
Hon.as Guardian of Kllzabeth J., Margaret,
Mary Kllen and Samuel Dutcher, has llled his
several accounts for llnal settlement with the
said Kliiiibeth J. Dutcher, and for partial set
tlement with his other said wards; and the
same nro severally set for hearing on tho 10th
day of Mav, 1818, at 10 o'clock A. M.
II. 11. MAYO,
April 10, 1873.-4t I'robnte Judge.
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Is hereby given that Kills W. Free
man, Administrator, with the will annexed,
of the estato of W. linn Ison Mack, deceased,
lias llled his account with said estate for llnul
settlement, nnd Hint tho same is set for bear
ing on tho lnt day of Mnv, 187:1, at 10 o'clock
A. M. li. It. MAYO,
AprlMt l'rohuto Judge.
PROBATE COURT.
HENRY C. SMITH'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is hereby given that Bartholomew
ill un of Alnrv E. and Joseph
K. Smith, minors, has llled his accounts with
said wanls, severally, for partial settlement;
and that the same ure set lor benriug on the
8d dav of May next ensuing, nt 10 o'clock A.M.
ApriMt II. 11. MAYO,
l'robato Judge.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Thomas Holland
vs.
B. 8. Crov and
II. Croy.
A Writ of Attachment issued lu tho above
caso agninst tho defendants for sixteen dollars
and sixty-four cents, and probable costs
twenty-eight dollars and thirty-six cents;
said cause will be tor hearing on the Slllh day
of April, A. D., 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M.
THOMAS HOLLAND.
Aprll9,l73.-nia-3w
Before Andrew Curry,
Justice of tho Peace of
Jackson township, Vin
ton county, Ohio.
NOTICE.
PROBATE COURT, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO
Notlco Is horebv Kivon that THOMAS
VANCKas guardian of JAMES E. CAUNAL,
a minor, has llled his account with said ward
for partial settlement, and that the same is set
for hearing on the nth day of April, A. D. 1878,
at 10 o'clock A.M.
H. li. MAYO, I'robote Judge.
Mar. 58, 1873.-4t
LEGAL NOTICE.
TACOBli. Hawk, of tho rouiitv of Keokuk,
O lown, Sarah Coombs and Isaac H. Coombs.
01 tno county oi unv, Illinois, win ittKe no
tice that Joseph K. Hawk and Hebcccn Hawk,
have tiled their petition in tho Court of Com
mon Pleas, of Vinton county, Ohio, agninst
them and David Hawk, John S. Hawk, Geo.
W. Hawk, and Geo. W. Dennlson, guardian of
said Geo. W. llnwtc, setting lortli tnat .IncoD
Hawk, lateof Vinton county. Ohio, deceased.
on tlielllli day of April, 1810, m add, executed,
and delivered, a deed of general warranty, to
sunt Josepn t . ami ueuccca jiiiwk, to certain
iremises, iieHcrmcu in sain need ns intiows;
inui. n, b ui nvu. v, i,inu.i it. k, niiu
The S. W. li of Sec, HI. T. 11. It. 17: and aver
ring Hint said latter description was incor
rect, and mistakenly described, and should
have been described, as llieS. W. of Sec. 81.
T. IS, U. 17; and asklngthat suidmistakou (In
scription be corrected, so as to conform to the
intention of the parties; and that a deed be
ordered to them for suld premises, correctly
described, and such other relief as may be
equitable. Said defendonts will bo required
to nnswer said petition on or before the 8d
day of Mny,lH73.
.lu.-icru r. nan n, i
and
UEBKL'CA HAWK.
I. M. MoOi i.i.i vr ay, Att'y.
March 10, lmiWIt.
—OF—
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
Whkiikah, It appears from tho records In the
Auditor's ouice ot v niton county, unio, tnat
tho Auditor of said county, after duo notico
having been given, sold, on tho 211th day of
Jaunary, 1H65, the following School Lands,
to-wit: Tho South-west quarter of Section
sixteen (10,) Township number nine (I),)
Hungo sixteen (111,) Timothy It. Stanley bo
soming tho purchaser of suld lands at said
sale; and
Wakhkab, It appears frnm,aaid records that
more than twelve niontlis nave elapsed since
tho 0th payment of the 'purchase price of
said lands nave become due, and that said
said 0th payment, and all other subsequent
payments, stilt remain unpaid.
Notice is therefore liven that. In nursiinnco
of tho 15th section of "An act to reirulato the
sate or scnooi J.nnus, aim mo surrender oi
tiursuant leases thereto, passed April ill, lHoli,"
: will offer said lands for salo. with all tho
lniiiruvenients thereon, (If any) at the door of
the court House, in mid county, to tno nigii
cst and best bidder therefor in rash, at ono
o'clock, p. m., on the lid dnyof May, A. D.,
1H78. No hid will he entertained for less than
4H5,75, which amount is necessary to pny the
purcnuso money one me ouue, ami expenses
Incident to this sale.
W. W. BELKOKD, Aud'r Vlutoa Co., O.
March 20, ltfllMliv-
NOTICE
—OF—
Intention to Build Bridges.
Notlco Is hereby (riven that the Commission
ers of Vinton county, Ohio, Intend to build
Three Bridges
at tho points nnd places of travel, m follows,
to-wlt : Ono Covered Bridge with stono abut-
liiuuts, ucroNB
'BIG RACCOON CREEK
In Brown township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
the Mill or I'smcl wormian; une covered
Urldgo, with stoue abutments, across
Little Raccoon Creek,
In Clinton township, Vinton county. Ohio, on
the road loadintr from llHiuden to Wilkesville.
near the lesldeiico of Henry C. Bobbins; One
open uridgo, wiiu siono aouuuenis, across
; BIG RACCOON CREEK,
In irnnvliMimahiH Vliidm nntiu nltln
i nuoA iwnuniuu, Tiiiiouvwiiini, ""iv. IIVr
ilia uoel. nnn. ..( Jlini.w.l II.LI.kir 1'lw.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
of said Bridges nro on file In the Auditor's
Office of said county, nud are open for Inspec
tion by all parties i:uncmd or Interested in
tho examination of the same, and the con-
itriioiion oi sain jtriugin,
PETITIONS FOR, AND REMON
STRANCES AGAINST
tlio proposed eowtruotfon of snkl Hrlilos as
uniiicu miiu iuvntv(l will UO pnBHWl UlOU Ott
Tuesday, 20th daj..qf April, 1873,
at D o'olonlc I. M. or said day.
' By order of tlieCoaiinisslouers.
- . W. W. I1KLFOKD.
' A.,.11. ,,rfjjA,.,:V,or'vll,l,mw,ly'
"ir"" ti "riTn-"w'i
TOTl VIUNTtNCf tit eyory description neat"-'
I. It mi'! lir(Miint'v..rxi:r,ui'd..ii.tJ.noi.i"l .
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
psyeliomancy or Soul Charming." How
I clilicr sex may fascinate, and gain the love
aud affections of any poison they chooso in
stnnrty. This simple mental aciiilrenicnt all
can pnssoss, free by mall, for !I5 cents, together
wiiu a ninrriago giiiue, ugvpuan uracio,
Dreams, Hints to Ladies, Wedding Night
Shirt. &a. A queer hook.
A mi reus x. w 11.
LIAM & CO., Tubs., lMiila,
11-4W
PTT pCtCured. HAMILTON'S BllCIin
1 L rjiOimd DANDELION promotes di
gestion of tho food by its influence on tho
stomach. It promotes tho healthy ac
tion of the Kidneys. It secures activity
of the Liver and regularity of the Bowels
and prevents constipation, the cause of Piles.
Try It.
W. C. HAMILTON & CO..
11 -lw Cincinnati, Ohio.
From SB cents. Eight samples mailed
v free for 25 cents, that sell tit sight lor four
dollars, to any person in McArthur, who will
act as agent.
It AN DALL & CO., 707 Broadway, N. Y.
11-4W
1 A A TKACHEH3 Oil STUDENTS, Male
ly ' or Feiualo, can socuro EM PLOYMEN'I'
inlying from ?10U to f ISO per month during the
Spring or Hummer. Address, l'liOI'liE'S
JOURNAL, Cincinnati, Ohio, Chicago, III., or
Sc. Louis, Mo. lMw
BOOK CANVASSERS can llnd no more
1'ichIi and attractive volume for spring
sales than "The New Housekeeper's Manual"
by Miss 0. E. Beecher and Mrs. II. 11. SMwc; a
cyclopedia of HouiCKtiu Economy and com
plete Cookery Book in ono volume. . Send for
circular to J. B. 'OKD & CO., New York,
Boston, Chicago or Snn Francisco. H-4w
TTTi
1 1 1 UniVIIIU uLndd too a week guar.
lnl nntoeit. Hcspectuble cinplovmeiit at
FJU homo, day orevening; no capital requir-
I od; full instructions and valuable pack
I I age of goods sent freo by mail . Address
with six cent return stump, M. YOUNG Co.,
173 Greenwich St., N.Y. U 4v
A WATCH FREE, worth ?20, given
A gratis to every live man who will act ns
our agent. Business light and honorable. $300
made in Sdnys. Snleablo as flour. Kverybody
buys It. Can't do without it. Must have it.
No gilt enterprise, no humbug. KEN N EDY
a tu,, nttsuurg, ra. 11-4W
gents!
A Bare Chance!
We will nay all atrents HO nerweek. In cash.
who will engago with us atonco. Everything
furnished, and cxnenscs nald. Address. A.
COULTElt, &CO., Charlotte, Mich. 11 4 w
jgEAUTT AT THE FIRESIDE.
i nanated success or
CRUMBS OF rOMFOTlT.
ELEOANT I G0Rai!"U8l BRILLIANT I
Crumbs of Comfort, the greatest success of
the age. Crumbs of Comfort, tho pride of the
kitchen and parlor. Thousands of ladies at
test its worth, and unhesitatingly pronounce,
it the "Queen of Lusters." Tho Press uni
versally praise it and proclaim It woman's ev
ery day friend. Economical, lusting, unap
proachable. Price 10 cents. Ladies will And
Crumbs of Comfort for salo by all llrst-class
grocers, hardware dealers, country storekoep
ers, Ac, throughout tho United Slates and
Cunadiis. II. A. BAUTLETT It CO., Manu
facturers of
BARTLETT'S BLACKING !
PEARL BLUE,
nt-n
115, 117 Front'st., Pliiln'.'; 143 Cliamlien
St. N. V.; 49 Broad St., Boston. U-4w
UMEROUS TESTS HAVE PROVED
N. F. BURNHAM'S NEW TURBINE
WATER WHEEL,
To be the Best Ever Invented.
Pamphlet free. Address York, Pa. 11-4 w
Periodicals.
ECOND ANNUAL
DISTRIBUTION.
75,730 Premiums,
HANGING IN VALUE FROM
$10 to $5,000
AWAY
TO THE SUUSCRIBUKS OP
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND
Kvcrv Subscriber is sura of one premium
anyway, and also has an equal chance of re
ceiving a CA8II l'rcmium. Oft A PIANO, Olt-
UAA, WATW11, bfc.ni.Mj 01 ACill.fc,, CIC
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
ss,ooo
OITIt FIRKSIDK FitlEND.-tfoM Paaet'.
Mru$ bl$e, lUttftrateil, the f amily Weekly, Is
In lis I'll I 111) VOM'MK and has attaiuud tho
LARGEST CIRCU LATIO.N of any paper pnli
llnlieit in the West. Its success KNA lll.KS
tho proprietors to furnish THE MOST, MOHT
UKKIItADJ.l'J anil BW I'Wl.r l' L (IIUCIIN
A I. RKAU1NG MATTER IN UKKAT VARI
liTY, that money can buy, and to make it a
HOME V1:kKI,Y suited to the wnuts of every
family. Hubscription price, !& per year of 63
nuiiiuers.
Th Elsgant Chxomo
"CUTE,"
Size 1(1x80 inches, 1(1 colors. Acknowledged
by all to ho tho HANDSOMEST und MOST
VAI.UAHLK lireuilum picture In Ainorie.
KVEItV HL'USC-'KllHiR is presented with this
Chrome nt tho time of subscribing, (no rr
Iiih.) and also recieves a NUMIIKKED CER
TIFICATE 10NTITI.IM1 THE HOLDER TO
A SHARE in tho distribution of f'JD.lKW ill cash
and other preiniiiiiiM,
'fllKDISTIUllimON TAKES l'LACE on
tho second Tuesday In Juno next. Tho Chro-
nin and Cnrtlllcntfl sent on receiptor in loo.
SPECIMEN COl'lES, 1'ltEMIUM LIST. Etc.,
CilVINU FULL l'AltTlCULAUS sent free to
any iidd 'es,
AGENTS
Either locul or canvasnhiK in
every town. Liu go cash pay
and tho U'stouult. Keml at
WANTED,
oneo for terms. Address,
OUIl FIRKSIDK FRIEND.
Chicago, III.
leswj
Flowers, &c.
RICK'S FLORAL GUIDE
POBTHBYEAB 1873.
THE GUIDE Is now published Quarterly.
25 cunts pays fur the year, four numbers,
1Vllli.ll 111,11 HIU WlBh i..n
wunls sond iniiiinv to the amount of One Do!
lar or more for seeds, may alo orders 25 cents
worth extra the in ico pain ror ine uiiuio.
The .luniinrv Number Is heiliitiful, Rirln
plnns for niakliiK Rmal Honiei", DpsIkii for
IliiilirK Table oecoruiums, n inuuvf uanivns,
n . mill mmtiilnlilir a llMlHHllf 111 f ll'lllltt loll III-
vslnnliln tntlinliivornl'llowei'S. One hundred
and lllty j.rkiw, on lino tlnled paper; some live
iMbdvod eniHV(iigx, and a superb ,VI"!
Vlale anil ( lirmno I'ovor. Tho llrst edition of
two Hundred Thousand Just printed Infcn
I llsh and German, and ready to send out,
" JAMES VICE, Rochester, N. 1.
WEWGODS
-A. T-
JOHN W.WILCOX'S
OliortiJ KDcimJjL store,
HA1IDEN, - - - - OHIO.
"A penny saved Is a penny earned," and yon can save dollars by purchasing your Spring
and summer goods at tho CHE Al' CAHII hTOKK. If you haven't tno cash, bring produce
ami get a big price for It, aud your goods at cash prices.
Ladles Laoed Oalters, good, only S1.3S. Ladlea Laced Gaiters, SI. BO. Ladles
Laced Oalters, beat Custom Made, 18-Thrend
Lasting, Only 35.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHOES.
Ladlos', Gents', Hoys' Misses' and Children's, flue, heavy and medium, of all stylos, and
cheaper than ever bofore brought to this market. A flue assortment ot
Dress Goods, Hose, GUoves,
Embroideries, Edgings, Parasols, Fichus Handkerchiefs
At prices that will astonish you.
JEANS, COTTONADES, TICKINGS, CHECKS & STRIPES,
AT NEW YOItK PRICES.
Best Prints only 11c. Best Brown Muslin, 12 l-2c.
And everything else In proportion,
BEST WHITE SUGARS ONLY 12jo. BEST COFFEE
ONLY 25c.
My Stock of CLOTHING Cannot be Beat Any Place.
The cheapest lotof Fine Bluo and Dahlia CLOTH COATS, Sacks and Frocks, ever offered
In this market. A largo stock of Fancy Cassimcre PANTS AND VESTS. HATS A CATS
in endless variety.
COME ONE! COME ALL! COME EVERYBODY !
Wnrch SO, 1878.
TTT
John W. Wilcox.
T. A. MARTIN.
T. A.. MABTI1T & SOZfcT,
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
Positively Sell Ms Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
PRICES 1
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
Better Bargains than Ever Before!
All kinds of Produce bought
Come and see us when you come
satisfactory dealing.
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
At " THE OLD CORNER STORE,"
One door West of Court-house, McArthur, Ohio.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S
T2&1?
CABINET OIR.O-jA.3TJ3
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
. PITTED WITH THE NEWLT INVENTED
SCKIBNER'S PATENT IUALIFYIIV TUBES,
An Invention having a most Important bearing on tho future reputation of Hcodlntsrn.
incuts, by tho use of which tho quantity or Volume of tone Is very largely Increased, andtho
quality of the tono rendered
Equal to that of the BeBt Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity.
Ourcolsbrated " Vox Cclosto," " Lonls Patent." ' Vox Hnniana," "Wilcox Patent," Octave
Coupler, the charming " Cello" or "Ciarluet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS .
Cad be obtained only In thoto Organs.
PRE-EMINENT FOR PURITY OK TOUE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT FULLY WARRANTED. '
TlIK BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSltlP. ' .
QUALITY AND VOLUMEOtf TONE UNEtjUALED.
T1IIBTY-PIVK DIFFERENT STYLES POtt PARLOR A CIIUKC1I.
Prices, - -
FACTORY AND
Corner Sixtli and Congrc Ht., Detroit, niivli.
ifeatabllshed In 18K0.1 fir AGENTS AVANTEl) HI EVERY COUNTY.
1 Address, ' ' J ' ' -' '' i ' '
SIMMONS A CIOMRH 0RGN CO., ptrr't. Hinliin.
L. DES MARTIN.
ARE
flan any House in Vinton County I
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT!
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
and sold at the Market Prices 1
to town, and we guarantee you
BVED
SSO to DSOO
WAREROOMS,
Miscellaneous Advertisements!
Kea-lect Couirlil Nothlnir Is more certain
to lny the foBiidutloii for lutury evil conse
quences. WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sure curs fur nil n,.ou,. i,u .
hiry oi-kiuih, soro throat, hoarsunoss, dryness
u vue uiro it, ; dim, Lioup, DlpbUim ia, Asth
Catarrh, Wliiduipe or Broncliiiil Tubes,
and .1 'meases of the lunprs.
In al. '8;s of sudden cold, howe taken,
theoTai'let8 should be prompt! j a ,d freely
used. They equalize the circulation of tha
hlooiL mltlKftte the sevorlty of tho attack, an
wlll, in very short time, rostoro healthy ace
tion to the affected organs.
Wells' Carbolio Tablets are put up only lu
blue boxes. Tako no substitutes. If they
can't b had at your drutrgist's, send at once
to the agent In New York, who will forward
them by" return mull.
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Bold by dniKglsli, Sfyjjf Price SSo. a box.
JOllN O. KKLLOtiU, 18 1'latt St., N. V.
Send for Circular. Bole agent for United
States. lMw
T7SPECIAL ATTENTION. r
mniiuiauuivi ti ii nvq uuwiiun UIK1II,IV,1
with tho odors of 1'urulllne Oils, and tlieir ill
effects upon machinery, is invited to
K. U. K v.i.i.ntuia UIl:Rir l.'in.itiA ll
lt n.n..rfl,..AM 1, V. I. .. .1 ! .1
(i 1 Soft Kid-
K. II. Kkuloiig'b 8PEKM SplniUe oil - -
w fi u T 8W,
E. II. KKLLOIIO'K TAT.T.riW Rno-1nAr.il .
t 10 f, gal.
E. II. Kki.louo'8 TAHOWSnlndleoil .
l 05 V, Kid.
ilanuiai'iiu'cd only by
r.. u. ntLLOuu, no. n cedar St,, N. Y.
ll-iw
txrwxrrG- maohinh.
Is the Heat in the World.
A rents wanted. Hend for Circular. Address
"IJOMEh'nC" SE W IN U M ACHINK Co.. N. Y.
U-4W
ACENTS WANTED FOR
BEHIND 'SCENES
IN WASHINGTON.
The snidest and best sollinir linnlc nvnr nnh.
lisheil. It tells all alxmt tho irreat Credit Mo-
belier Scamlul, HenaUirial Briberies, Con
(rre8men, Kinns, LobbieR, and the wonderful
sights of the National Caiiitul. It sells quick.
Send for circulars and boo our terms ami a full
description of the work: address, NATION,
Al, l'l) BUSHING CO., Philadelphia, I'a.;
Chicago, IU.j or bt. Louis, Mo. . , ll-4v
WRITE FOtt ILLUSTRATED PKICE LIST.
Address
iMtTHnriD si riTissuB&a tT
Broecli-loaninir shot oruns t40 to fcWO. Donbln
ShotUuns.tHtoflOU. Siiiplo guns ?3 to $20. Ri
fles fH U $75. Uovolvers $l to (-25. Pistols $1 to
$8. Gun Material, Fishing Tackle. Largo
discount to dealers or clubs. Army Onus, Re
volvers, Ac., bought or traded for. Goods
sent by express C. O . D. to be examined before
paiuior. ll-4v.
mi
iflSl
i
IN PREMIUMS.
Two New Potatoes!
Kxtra Karly Vermont. 10 Pays Earler
than tarly Rose. Very productive and
of excellent flavor. $1 or lb.; 4 lbs.,
by mail, postsuid, for tl.W,
Compton's Surprise, 130 bushels to
tho acre. A littlo Inter than Karly
Rose. Equal in quality. $3 per lb.,
by mail, postpaid.
$,7)0 will he awardod as Premiums to
those who produce the largont quantity
from ono pound. Descriptive circu
lars of tho above, with a list of SOU va
rieties of potatoes, free to all.
Illustrated Seed Catalogue, 200 pages
With colored chronic), jj5 ceuts.
A new Tomato, tho 'AKI.INOTON'
Early, solid and productive. Price SB
rents per packet. 5 packets for $1.
BLISS A SONS, 89 Park Place. N. Y.
ll-4w
CO
as
12,000,000
ACRES! '
cheap VAXimmt
H Obespsit Land In Market for Sals by ti
Din Pacific EallroaJ Company,
In The GREAT PLATTE VALLEY.
3,000,000 ACRES IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA I
Now for sale in tracts of forty acres and nn
wants, on & and 10 yearn' credit at 8 per oeub
No advance interest required.
Mild and healthful climate, fertile soil, and
abundance of good water. -
Tho host market In tho Westt Tho great
mining regions of Wyoming. Colorado, Utah,
and Nevada, being supplied by the furmcrs In
tno riaito v auey.
BOLDIEE3
I .(.1 1
The Beat Location for Colonle.
FRER HOMES J Oil ALL! Million of
arrc of choice tinvemment Lauds open for
entry under the Homestead Law, near this
grout Kaiiroan, witn good innvs.cn ana an ine
convenience of an old aettlod country.
ree passes to piirrnnsers or itauroaa L.ana,
uA...i.v i ,i : -i i t .. i
edition of Ili-scriptive Pamphlet, with new
maps mailed free everywhere. Address,
O. K.IMVIH,
ll-4 Land Coin. V. P. R, U., Omaha, Neb.
Is iitinnnnliHl hv inv known rcmcilv. It will
eradicate, extirpate and tlioniiiHhlv destroy
all polsouoiis aubKliinces in the liloml aud
will rll'ectiiully rilnpcl all (iredlKposition to
billions derangement. .
la there want of action in jronr LUor
or Hplennf V nlcss relieved the blood be
comes liupil re by duleterlous secretions, pro
ducing scrofulous or skin dixcniies, lllotcbes,
r emus, I'UHtuies, t iuiKcr, i-iiiipum, o.
Hnva ynu n dyspeptic stomach T Un
less digestion Is promptly allied tho system
Is debilitated with poverty of the Blood.
lropluul tendency, generui wuauness ana
liierlt.
lfsv von wenknes of the Intnstliist
You are In daiiKor oft brciniolHiiriliuiaor In-
flaiiiiiiitlion ot tho newels.
Have You weakness of the I tevlnonr
lli tnury OrgnnaT Von i cxpoieil to auf.
forlng in Its most agravattid fm m.
An von dc.leotml, drowsy, dull, alusglsli.
ordeprimscil ill Hplrlls, Willi head ai ho, Km k.
acne, iroaicu longun ami mm uiuiik I'Miuiiir
l'or u certain nMiiedy lor nil of tlicho dlftcnNip.
wuiik.iwHes nnd troubles: for demising ami
piiriiyliig tho vitliitwl lilooil mul liuiiiM'tlng
vigor to ull the vital form; for Imihhiitr n u
aud ivstiiring the weakened coulitutloii, I hfc
JUUUKKIJA,
which Is pronounced by tho leudinir iitmlleal
Itiithoi'lllel of London and Plirl, "Ihu lno-l
powcrrui loiuo mul niicrin no aitown t.r th
medical world." This I no new mul unc i, ,
llscovuiy, but hiis Ioiik been ut'-l liytbc li'ii.l
lug pnysiciiius oi oilier uouuirics Willi wuii
ilcilnl 'reiuiidial results.
. .A t. . ......1 .1. .... I 4,. . I 1!
organ by vallmrllr nnil phynlc". Ilu y n.
..i.U' limiimnrv viillnl I iti 1 1 ir hi. , (itti lln..
li ncy, Hint dysuepuln with piles nud klmlu .
(Jliciiscs Binmun to follow thctruin.
Kwmi tho hliHid pure and health I sm, i ,1.
.KIIIN I, lit; I I.OCU, turiuttfit., ,ViWn
Hole ngi'iitfor Hie liulled Ktalo. Sw
I I'lltil l I'ccliol.lle. H"iid fiirCllculnf

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