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TI-IJU McAETHUE ENQUIRER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873.
Mc Arthur Enquirer
J. W. BOWKN, Kdltor un.l Publisher.
MoARTIIUR, OH 10, . . 'APRIL S3, 1H73.
jT J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
mcartiiur,oiiio.
no business done on saturdays.
Advertise in the Enquirer.
There was frost last Saturday
night.
PiiOMENADiNd is now ia .order:
in this village.
Bring your job work to the
Enquirer office.
The Y. M. C. A. met at their
room last Monday evening.
Hol'-step -jump is all tho go,',,
now-a-days, among the boys.
Our, citizens generally, are
very busily engaged in making
garden.
Numerous cases of spotted
fever are reported in the vicin
ity of Columbus.
The office of the Circleville
Union was sold at Sheriff's sale,
Monday, April, 7th.
The bridge that crosses the
branch' of Raccoon creek, is
progressing rapidly
A great many people were
in town on Saturday last,
and business was quite brisk,
i
J. F. Towkll, Portsmouth, Ohio,
oft'ers to merchants superior
stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on the most favorable terms. 8-ly.
Alex. Wenis, of Chillicothe,
agent for Safford Insurance
Company, was in town last
week.
Wheat begins to improve
throughout the country, and
there is a prospect of an aver
ago crop.
The young folks of the Epis
copal Church, held a mite so
ciety last - Friday evening, in
their church, which was quite a
treat.
The Driving Park Associa
tion of Lancaster, announce a
series of races to take place on
their track in June 3d, 4th, 5th
and Gil).
The Smith's Bell Ringers
gave an entertainment to a very
good audience, at the School
House Hall, last Tuesday
evening, notwithstanding the
rain.
A special election for Street
Commissioner for this village,
to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Isaac Rey
nolds, will be held on Thurs
day, May 1st.
Finest in Town. The stock
ot dress goods, prints, muslins,
carpets, carpet chains and fan
cy dry goods, at the House of
Will & Co., at Zaleski, com
prise tho finest and best selec
tions ever offered in town. Go
and see. '
It is said that the winters in
Michigan come on gradually
and stay constantly cold ! Until
approaching Spring .when it
leaves as gradually as it came,
Tho winters in this part of Ohio
are far different from those of
Michigan. ' .
Tony is real smart I He writes
editorials for Riper with streaks
of lightning 1 He's no uso for
pens ! Ho ' makes a good "edito
rial stafl'l" Having disposed of
electricity,, a, . chapter on the
purchase of that eleven acres of
steep side hill land, will bo
looked for soon !
Tub roads leading in every
direction from this town are in
a tcrriblo condition, and we do
not hear a word about . improv
ingthem. Tho road leading to
Dundasi has no bottom In ttomo
places. Jacob Clemest'u' Kx
press wagon and C. W, Barnett's
hack are tach drawn by four
horses.; ,
LIGHTNING.
Woman Killed by Lightning and
Woman Killed by Lightning and Others Severely Injured.
On last Wednesday after
noon, about 1 o'clock, a heavy
raiu storm,' accompanied by
sharp lightning and terrific
thunder, passed over this local
ity. "While tho storm was at its
height, a bolt of lightning struck
the residence of Mr. Thomas
Lavelle, in the north west part
of town, causing the instant
death of Mrs. Winnie Lavelle,
who was seated in front of the
cook-stove, in the kitchen. Mr.
L. and his nephew, a young
man, were in the sitting-room
at the time, smoking before a
grate. Mr. L. received quite a
severe shock, which threw him
upon the floor in an insensible
condition, being bruised more or
ess about tho head. His neph
ew also had a narrow escape
he fluid passing down his leg,
and in its course tore open the
seam and wrenched off the heel
of his boot. Mr. L. soon recov
ered consciousness and hasten
ed to the kitchen, where he
found his wife in a sitting! posi
tion, and life evidently extinct
The house was on fire and he
carried the body of his wife to
the summer-kitchen,and at once
summoned medical aid. Re
storatives were applied, but all
to no avail her spirit had wing
ed its flight to another land.
The prompt arrival of neigh
bors saved the house from de
struction, and the damage to
the building was sliu'ht. . It was
bund that the clock, which
iad stood upon the mantle, was
torn to fragments and strewn
about the room; and the mantle
was also shattered.
Mrs. L. was highly esteemed
by all who knew her, having
resided here since her marriage,
and her husband and motherless
children have the sympathy of
the entire community in this
their sudden bereavement.
Mrs. Lavellk's maiden name
was Wisxie ODonald, and a
native of the Parish of Illana
dy, county of Mayo, Ireland,
and came to America in the
year 1854. She was married
at St. Xeyvers Church, Cincin
nati, on St. Patrick's Day, 1857.
Mr. L. is a native of Keele, in
the Parish ot Achill, Ireland
but has been a resident of this
place 6ince '5t, and is well
known as an honest and up
right citizen.
The remains of Mrs. L. were
buried on Thursday afternoon,
in the Catholic Church yard, at
Zaleski, six miles from McAr
thur, and the burial was attend
ed by a large number of people.
The Signal Service Bureau,
in connection with the Agricul
tural Department, have made
arrangements for telegraphing
the state of the weather to all
important points throughout the
country, and for posting the
same, together' with the specu
lations of "old probabilities" as
to tho immediate future, in the
most important Post offices of
the country. As thero is no tel
egraph line through" this town
tho statements of tho weather
cannot bo found in the McAr
thur Post office, where, wo have
no doubt, they would be care
fully scanned by the farming
community, to whom they are
a source of tho greatost bene
fit. .
There can be no question
about this being the time of the
year for spring, but the average
poetry made for this occasion
don't fit the weather to any
alarming pxtent. Tho author
of the following assures u tb&t
hia heart is "in bloom," and per
haps tho samo might bo , said
of bis nose, but if there is any
thing else bloornjqj around here
it has escaped our observation.
' I hear the woodpockor pocking, '
Tli bluubh-U tnmloi'ly
I torn tid )ook out ofiny window,
Ami lo, It Is irjiifj , i .
A breath from Uio tropica! boMers,
A rljiplo flowi Into my room,
'. , , Auil washes uiy faco of Ita sadness,
And blow qiy heart into bloom,
For The Enquirer.
What a Stranger Says.
Ed. Enquirer.:" Will you per
mit a stranger, who is stopping
here for a few days, to say a
word in regard to McArthur?
The town is beautifully located,
and the hills inviting, but there
is one thing needed that
would add materially to its ap
pearance. We refer to paint. No
matter how handsomely we may
adorn the yard and garden
with variegated flowers and
shrubbery, if your house looks
bleak and shabby, nature is
robbed of its beauty by the di
lapidated appearance of the
buildings and fences. There
is nothing so inviting to a
stranger in visiting a strange
town as neatly painted houses
and yard fences. Such a home
shown thrill and neatness with
in and without. A single coat
of whitewash (if paint cannot
be afforded) would be an or
nament by the side of black
weather-boards and greasy window-sills.
It is also a known
fact to any one, that unpainted
houses will-decay much sooner
than those having but one coat
of paint. Paint is a preserver ol
wood, and it seems to me that
tho citizens of McArthur are
standing in their own light, as
well as loss of property, by
neglecting to beautify their
homes with a free use of paint.
Paint or whitewash is health
ful, and a disinfectant for
many diseases. Now, I hope
on my second visit, to see
McArthur vastly improved, and
that its numerous bleak, black
houses of jto-day will wear a
beautiful coat of white or brown.
If you are not able to employ
a painter, purchase the mixed
paint, and take the brush into
your own hands at odd hours.
STRANGER.
Sunday School Celebration.
The Annual Convention of the
Vinton County Sunday School Uni
on will be held on Friday and Sat
urday, May 9th and 10th, at Ham
den, iu the M. E. Church.
The Vice Presidents aro request
ed to notify tho various schools of
their respective townships, and
have each school send in a delegate.
Ample provisions for the cntertain
mout of delegates has been made.
We hope every school in the county
may be represented.
The Committee present the following
programme:
Afternoon Session, 2 o'clock, May
9th.
Devotional Services.
Annual Address II. II. Swaim.
Appointment of Committees.
General Conference Meeting.
Reports of Committees.
Adjournment.
Evening Session 7 o'clock.
The Model Superintendent. II.
W. Coultrap, Dr. S. C. Tetcrs.
The Model Teacher Charles
Taylor, George Rickey.
Question Box open and Answers
given.
Adjournment.
Morning Session, 8 o'clock, May
10th.
Devotional Exercises.
Children Meetings and Month
ly Concerts Eobt. Thompson, J. S.
Huhn.'
Discuision : Question Jlesolved,
That our Sabbath Schools should
adopt a uniform series of lessons.
Afllrmative: R. S. Barnhlll; Nega
tive: J. S. vvitlierspoon.
Question Box opened again.
Adjournment.
Afternoon Session 1 :30.
Reports from Delegates.
A model Bible Class taught by
Prof. M, R,' Barnes, , .
Election of Officers,
Miscellaneous business.
Adjournment.
By order of Executive Committee
J. S. HUHN, Sec'y.
Marietta and Cincinnati Rail
road, Tho statements of approxi
mate earnings" of the Marietta and
Cincinnati Railroad for the second
week of April, '73, Is as follows :
JRT3.
IT.80S
' l.WO
Patsongors
Freights - - -
Mail, express and tol'gr'lt
. I8,H0
Total If)
Total tli I h month to data t,7MI .
05,159
Total for fl'o'l year, com. ""
m'nol'g 1st of J 'nu'ry- $MW,fi38
510,028
6UVKC.4X ppyy foiioes have 'put
in an appearance in all parts pf
tho village. Messrs. Odnnino
anil , pniAY have built a fence
around tho loteusUf tht?3iiH
Mill. '
J3. O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
ItlY STOCK INT EVEKY DEPARTMENT,
SMALL WARE'S,
HOSIERY,
BLANK ROOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
WALL PAPER,
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
S. C.
1873
SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
MARRIED.
HKYNOLDS-EAOAN.-On theSOth of April,
1073, at tho rcoldcnco of tho bride's father,
by A. N. C'ozad, Esq.. Mr. Matthias Kky
noi,is und Miss M aky KAGAN, both of Rich
lmul towuship, Vinton county, Ohio.
Special Notices.
:
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms In
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic & Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acres of land
in Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to nil purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society in
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowerg. For particulars address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, 8U Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousand have
already gone, and thousands more are turn
ing their oyes towards now homos In tlio fer
tile West. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Californ ia, wo recommc nd
acheap, safe, quick and direct route, via. 9t.
Louis, over the Missouri Pacific Railroad,
which runs its line Day Coaches and Pullmrm
Sloepers from St. Louis to principal points in
tho West, without change. We bolievo th: it
tho Missouri Pacific Railroad has the be It
track and the finest and safest equipment of
any lino west of tho Mississippi, and its con
nections with roads farther Wcstare prompt
and reliable. The Texas connection of tills
road is now completed, and passengers are
offered a first-class, all-rail route from St
Louis to Tcxus, either over tho Missouri,
Kaunas ft Texas R. R. via Sedalin, or over th
Atlantio & Pacific 11. R. via Vinita. For
maps, time tables, information as to rates,
routes, Ac, ws rel'or our readers to S. H.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio, or E. A. Ford, Genural Passenger
Agent. St Louis, Mo. Questions will be cheer
fully and promptly answered. 1-ly
Tint Purest and Hweetkst Cod-Linrh Oil
is Hazard 4 Caswell's, made on the sca-sliore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Hazard, Caswell
A Co., Now York, it is absolutely pniit and
bwkkt. Patients who havo once taksn It, pre
fer it to all others. Physicians have docided
it superior to any of the other oils in the ma r
ket. 4w
- Yfsilakti, Mien, Feb., '72.
We have usod, Boynior, Bauman ft Co.'s
Lend In our own business for two years, in
connection with many other leads, and wo
reoommcud it, and guarantee it ptrtonally to
be Strictly Pure. Any person finding tho least
adultoration in this paint will receive fifty
dollars by calling at our ofllco. For the grati
fication of any porson doubting tho superiority
of this lead, wo will forward a package to the
noted chemist, Dr. Dofllold, for analysis, and
if our statement docs not prove truo, wo will
paint tli ut person's house- frco of all expense
to him, and with any paint ho may desire.
EDWARDS A COOPER, Ruld'e.
A CARD A Clergyman, whilo residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safo and simple roincdy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decoy, dlscaso of the
urinary and seminal orgaus, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vic'ous habits. Great numbers havo boon
cured by this noblo remedy. Prompted by a
tlosiro to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate,
I will sondtherecoiptforproparlugand using
tills medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one
who uoods It, Frt of Cltargef Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
- Station D, Itiblo House, X. Y. City.
March 19, Itfl3-v7,nl0.
To the Sufferlng.-Tho Rov. Wm. II. Nor
ton, whilo residing in Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered in that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption, Scrofula, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness, This remedy has cured myself after all
other medicines had fulled .
Wishing to boniiflt the suffering, I will send
tho raeipo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who deslro It, Free of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your name
and address on it. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
678 Broadway. New York City.
March 19, 1873-v7,nl0.
Vat Ayer'i Medicines, go to Q. W. Sisson's.
For Flno Perfumory, go to Sisson's Drug
8toro,
The Best Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quconswarc, Glassware, Notions, Ac,
can bo had at Davis Duncan's Store, In Za
leski, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description takeu lu exchange for goods, at
his store. Ia connoctlon with his store ho has
a Sadillo and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that lino on short notice and at
low figures. Go and soe him. tf
Dr. N. O. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis
son's. - Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, 0.
Five Hundred Thousand.-800,000 bottles
of Greene's August Flower havo boon sold In
this Btato tu threo months. Wo only ask you
to go to the drug stores of Gunning or Sissou
McArthur, Ohio, and got abottlor of charge
or n regular slzo at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver cpui
plalut, Sick hcadacho, Costivoncss, Heart
burn, Watorbrash, Sour Stomach, Iudlgostlou,
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood, or derail god Stomach and Liver.
Try It. ; , G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
. i" ' . i Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. X. J Bowers, Dentist, Mojyrthur, 0.
Settlement Notice. All persons knowing
themselves Indebted to the firm of RICHMOND
A HUHN, are requested to call Immediately
and sottlo accounts. We cannot carry ao
couhtsfromonoyoar to another, and pay our
own bills. ' RICHMOND. A UUHN.
Ootoberl,l(ra tf.
Horsemen.
TTOKSEMEN, ATTENTION!
I Y A N II O E,
"y. ''KXtNUTON. dnin nVOATOONIlY
WAHN UU, will make thoitcasoii rt IH7il at tho
stable of the subscriber, In Porter; Unllla Co.,
ohloiwlll bo at the stable of Dr. Clinc, In
Wllkosvlllo, Vinton couintv, Ohio, everv al
ternate wook. Will stand for mares at fM.UO
for common, for thoroughbred fM.OO to lu
Miro. Aildrui. all letters i)
!L? . I. GARDNER,
March SO, TJ etui.) Wnf Grove, Olilo.
Legal Notices.
ROAD NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby irlvcn that a petition will
be. presented to tho Board of Commissioners
ofU'intou county, Ohio, nt thoir next regular
session in Juno, 1R78, praying lor the location
an 4 establishment of u County Road along the
following described route, iu Kuox township,
Vlnlou county, to-wit:
Commencing whore jasper Hobo's oast lino
crosses tlio Hobo road, ami th euro south with
said lino to tho foot of tho hill; tlienco the
nearest and best way across the lands of Jas
per Hobo and lands of Piitnnm, to a stake nt
tne corner or too orcnaru llelit of ll. B. Mc
Gonaglo's lands: thence across said lands
near the stable to a stake at the lower corner
of tlio hill Held; thenco the nearest and best
way across inuu Known as tno lMna land, to
Intersect tho road formerly laid out from Coo's
Mill to the Lentaer Bridge at tho end of Hi
ram Wilson's lane, and there to end.
MANY PETITIONERS.
April S3, 1878 4t
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio
Nntlco Is horcbv e-lven that Ilcnrv Dudln-
son, as Guardian of Elizabeth J,, Margaret,
Mary Ellen and Samuel Dutcher, has tiled his
several accounts for final settlement with the
said Elizabeth .1. Dutelior, and for partial set
tlement with his other said wants; und tho
samo are severally set for hearing on the 10th
day or juuy, ilia, at iu o ciock a. u.
H. B. MAYO,
April IB, 1873. it Probate Judgo,
PROBATE NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby given that Ellis W. Vtee-
man, Auniiuistrator, wuu me win annexed,
of tho estato of W. Harrison Black, deceased,
has died Ills account with said estato for final
settlement, and thut the samo Is set for hear
ing on ine 1st. uay oi Juay, mid, at iu o oiock
A. M.
ii. u. m a i u,
ApiO-U
Probate Judgo.
PROBATE COURT.
HENRY C. SMITH'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby given that Tlartholomow
Tat man as guardian of Mary E. and Joseph
K. Smith, minors, has tiled his accounts with
said wards, severally, for partial settlement;
and that tho same are set for hearing on the
i)d day of May next ensuing, at 10 o'clock A.M.
ApriMt II. B. MAYO,
Probate Judge.
—OF—
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
Witkrkas, It nppears from the records in tho
Auditor's ofllco of Vinton county, Ohio, that
the Auditor of said county, alter duo notice
having been given, sold, on tho 20th day of
January, ltwo, cue ioiiowing ocnooi uaaris,
to-wit: Tho South-west quarter of Section
sixteen (IB,) Township number nine (0,)
Range sixteen (16,) Timothy It. Stanley be
coming tliu purchaser of said lauds at said
sale; and
Wa'ERKAS, It appears from said records that
more than twclveinnnthshuvoolapsed since
tho fith payment of tho purchase price of
said lauds have become due, and that said
said Utli payment, and all other subsequent
payments, still remain unpaid.
Notice is therefore given tli at. In pursuance
of the 10th section of "An act to regulate tlio
saloof School Lands, and the surrender of
pursuant leuscs thereto, jiassed April 10, 1852,"
I will oiler said lands for sulo, with all the
Improvements thereon, (if any) at the door of
the Court House, in biiUI county, to the high
est and best bidder therefor in cnsli, at one
o'clock, p. in., on the 2d day of May, A. p.,
1878. No hid will bo entertained for less than
ttH5,75, which amount Is necessary to pay the
riurchase money duo the State, and expenses
ucideut to this snle.
W. W. HKLFOKC, Aud'r Viutou Co.,0.
March 20, 1H73-0W
NOTICE
—OF—
Intention to Build Bridges.
Not ice Is hereby given that the Commission
ers of Vinton couuty, Ohio, intend to build
Three Bridges
at tho points and places of travel, as follows,
to-wit ; One Covered Bridge with stone abut
ments, across
' BIG RACCOON CREEK
in Brown township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
the Mill of Daniel Wort m an; Ono Covered
Bridge, with stone abutments, across
Little Raccoon Cheek,
In Clinton township, Vinton county. Ohio, on
the road leading from llamdou to Wllkesvllle,
near the icsldoneoof Henry C. ltobblns; One
open Bridge, with stono abutments, across
BIO RACCOON CREEK,
In Knox township, Vinton comity, Ohio, near
tho residence of Samuel ISockley, The
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
ofsuld Bridges aro on file In the Auditor's
O 111 c,o of said county, and aro open for Inspec
tion by all parties concerned or Interested In
tha examination of tlio same, aud tho con
struction of said Bridges.
PETITIONS FOR, AND REMON
STRANCES AGAINST
tlio.proiKisod construction of said Bridges as
named and located, will bo passed upon ou
Tuesday, 2dth day of April, 1873,
at 8 o'clock P. M. of said day.
By ordur of tho Commissioners.
W. W. BKLFORD.
Auditor, Vinton county.
April ,187-Hlw-(oAw),
Medical.
A LECTURE
TO
Young Men.
Just Published in a ISealed Envel
ope. Price Six Cents.
A lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical cure of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debility, and Impediments to marriage gen
erally! Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity, re
sulting from self-aluiHO, etc. by ltollklt 1' J.
CULVEUW ELL, M. D., author of the ''Green
Book," Ac , ,
The worlil-rennwned author, In this admira
ble lecture, olearly pruvel from his own ex
perience that tho awful consoiuences of sclfr
abuse may ho effectually removed withhut
medicines, and without dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, Instruments, rings or cor
dials, point lug out a mode of curs at once cer
tain and till'ocUial, by which every sufferer,
uo matter what Ills condition may bo, may
cure himself cheaply, privately mid radically.
This lootnro will provo A boon to thousands
and thousands. ...
Sent, uiiclor seal, to any address. In a plain,
sealed envelope, on tlio receipt of lx cunts, or
two postngh staiulm. ' Also, lr, CulVorwull's
"MarrlagH Guide," price RO cents. Addiuss
tho publishers.
VHA3.J.C.KLIVK AfU,,
127 Bowery, Now ork, P.O. lltx.nWI.
J
Oil l'RIN'UNG of siyiiiy ueieriiillon neat
ly nil'' rtWPr'y '""M0" Ml 1 ol"c0'
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if gdi at m mm
JOHN W. WILCOX'S
Olo-ocvp Cfx&lx Store,
HAMDEN, - - - - OHIO.
v ncunv savod Is a penny earned." and you can save dollars by purchasing your Spring
and summer goods at the CHEAP CASH BTOltE. If you haven't tTie cash, bring produce
and got a big price for It, aud your goods at cash prices.
Ladles Laced Gaiters, good, nly S1.S5. Ladles Laoed Oalters. sjl.50. Ladles
Laced Oalters, best Custom Made, 18-Thread
Lasting, Only 2.3S.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHOES.
t miles' i ants'. Boys' Misses' and Children's, line, heavy and medium, of all styles, and
cheaper tha.t ever before brought to this market. A tine assortment of
Dress Goods, Hose, G-loves,
Embroideries, Edgings, Parasols, Fichus Handkerchiefs
At prices that will astonish you.
JEANS, COTTONADES, TICKINGS, CHECKS & STRIPES,
AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Best Prints only 11c. Best Brown Muslin, 12 l-2c.
And everything else In proportion,
BEST WHITE SUGARS ONLY 12c BEST COFFEE
ONLY 25c.
' My Stock of CLOTHING Cannot be Beat Any Place.
The cheapest lot of Fine Blue and Dahlia CLOTH COATS Sacks ugTolterg
In this market A largo stock ot Fancy Cassimere 1AM8 AM) VE61S. 11ATSACA13
In endless variety.
COME ONE! COME ALL! COME EVERYBODY!
March ,0,1873. Jhll W. WilCOX.
T. A. MARTIN.
t. a.. TA.Tiisr &u sonsr,
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
PosiWy Sell Ms Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
PRICES 1
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.
SIMMONS & CLOUGII ORGAN CO.'S
IMPEVED
CABINET 0 3R.GjPJ J3
-AND-
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH TIIK NEWLY INVENTED
SClllRNEll'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention having a most Important bearing on the future reputation of Rood Instrn
iRonts, by tho use of which the quantity or Volume of touu It very lurgely increased, aud the
quality of the touo rendered
Eaual to that of the Best Pipe Organs of tho Same Capaoitjs
Our celebrated. "Vox Celeste," "Louis Patent."
Couplor, the charming "umo" or "viarinev oiop, mm
ALL THE LATE IMPllOVEMENTS
Can bo obtalnod only In thoio Organs.
PUB-EMINENT FOIt PURITY OF TONK,
EVERY INSTRUMENT rUlXY WAUItANTKD.
TUB DB8T MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP.
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONK UNKCJUAIKI.
TllIHTY-rlVB DIFFERENT 8TYLKH FOR FAKT.OU'ft CHURCH.
JplTlQOSJ, - -
fACTORY AND
Corner SUth nml loiisrc-. N,mm Detroit, Midi,
Established In 1850.) ( jT AUKNTHWAN'rKD EVERY COUN.
dili'cst, ,
SIMMONS $ QIOUGU jJq COm Detroit, Michigan.
L, DES MARTIN.
ARE
than any House in Vinton County !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT!
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Eycr Before!
" Vox Humana," " Wilcox Patent," Octave
SO tO 13300
WAREROOMS,
Time Tables.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
west.
west. TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
. . Depart Depart
Athons 0:ao a. in. 8:15 p. in.
Arrive Arrive.
Colnmbu 9:riQa.m. 5:40 p. m.
Cleveland 3:56 p. in. 7:30 a. ni.
Pittsburgh 8:15 " S:20a.m.
Indianapolis 0:25 " 3:40 "
Chicago ....6:80 a.m. 8:45
Xenia 12:10p.m. 8:15 p. ni.
Dayton 1:10 " 8:45 "
eiuriugfleld 1:80 " 8:03 ."
Close connection made at LjinrAiifoi for CW-
cleville, Zancsvilio and all iHiints on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections mado at Columbus for
Dayton. Bpriniflleld. Indiauanolia. ;lil
and all points Weak Also, for Cleveland.
vuumu, 1 ii.iaiiui km, ami an puillCS CUSC
Take the Hockiiiir Vullev and Pan Hnmlla
route to Chicago and the Northwest; U is the
shortest by sixty-si x miles, gi via g passengers
the bcueflt of quicker time and lower rules
man uy any ouier line.
. l, W. IXMIERTY, Bup't.
E. A. Bl'KU, Gon'l Ticket Acut.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National Capital
and Eastward.
On and after Monday, November 19, Trains
will run as follows: . ,
Smpreet line Sxpreet
Depart
Parkorsburg 6 55 Am 640Pm 1...'
Cumberland. S85Pm 883Am 8 44 Am
Harpers Ferry.... 603 " 5 61 " 1 ia I'm
Washington June. 8 80 " 8!it) " 445 "
... Arrive
Baltimore 8 55 " 8 45 " 605 "
Washington 10 00 " 10 00 " 625 "
Philadelphia 85 Am 120Pml224Pm
New York 615 " 410 "
WESTWARD, 1
Depart. '
Now York 12 80Pm 880Am 9 20 Pm
Philadelphia 12 54 Am 11 45 Pm 4 OO Am
Washington fl45Pm 800 " 8 00 I'm
Baltimore 800 " 405Am 8 50 Am
Arrive
Washington Juno. 8 20 " 4 25 " 920 "
Harper's Ferry... 12 06 Pm 859 " 1204 '
Cumberland 5 00 " 10 M " 8 46 Am
Parkerslnirg ; 6 85 " 111 00 '
Pnllmsn Palan T)riwln Rnnm Rlanlnipn.
Which ore as comfortable, elegantly furnished
and almost eiiual to a Qro-side, are on all
trains from Cincinnati to Baltimore and
Washington. Kco Schedule of Cincinnati and
Marietta Railroad for time of arriving and de
parting from MoArthnr.
The advantages of this routo over all others
is, that it gives all traveler holding through
tickets tho privilege of visiting Baltimore,
Philadelphia, and the National Capitol free.
Tlmn finiclfHr snil rnli.unl fni. iwa.. l.n.
by another route.
The scenery along this Railway Is not
equalled for grandeuron this Continent.
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
This lino offers sunerior inducements the
rates being ono-thlrd lower to aud from Bos
ton, New York, or any othor eastern point.
11 umcnuK goons oi any description irom 1110
Kant eive directions to shin nia Raltlmnra
Ohio It. R., and in shipping East give same di
rections. Freights shipped by this route will
have despatch, and bo handled with cave and
save shippers much monev.
If. GUILFORD,
Gen. Freight Ag't. Baltimore.
L. M. COLK,
Gen. Ticket Ag't. Baltimore.
S. B. JONES,
lion. Pass. Ag't., Cincinnati.
Cin'ti Muskingum Val'y R.
On and after Monday. November 13. 1879.
trains will leave and arrive at Lancaster.
(Sundays excepted,) as follows:
GOINO WEST.
Kxpreteand ifall. Accommodation.
Arr. 10:40 a.m. Arr. 7.-W p.m.
GOINO IAST.
Arr. 8:50 p.m. Arr. 8:20a.m.
Direct connections made at LANCASTER
with trains on the Columbns and Hocking
Valley Railroad for Athens, McArthur, Chil
iicotlio, Portsmouth, Marietta, and forColum-
uun. '
Direct connections mado at ZANESVILLK
with trains on tho Baltimore &Ohio R. R., for
Kiistcrn Cities: at MOltltOW and DRESDKN
JUNCTION with trains on the Pittsburgh.
Cincinnati ft tit. Louis Railroad, East sua
West, R. II. BAILEY, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
C. C. Waitb, Superintendent.' . . .
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On and after Monday, May 28th, 1871, Ex
press Trains will leave Columbus and Crest
line aud arrive at points namod below as fol
lows: Stations. I No. 2.
Coin m bus... .11:10 a. 111.
( real line 12:80 p.m.
Cleveland.... 8:45
Biilfnlo 10:80
Niagara F'ls 7:00a. m.
Rochester ... 1:30
Albany 9:45
Boston 5:20 p. m.
N. Y. City... 8:80
TNu.4. I NoT97"
4:10 p.m.
2:85 a.m
e:zo
9:45
4:10
0:45 a.m.
7:06
2:00 p.m.
11:20
6:30
4:60
7:80
2:00 p.m.
4:40
6:05
1:80 a.m.
11. -00
6:40
Crestllno .... 12:45 p.m.
Pittsburgh.. 0:85
llurrisburg . 7:15 a. m.
Baltimore. ..10:40
Washington. 1:10 p. in.
Philadelphia!! :15 a.m.
6:35 p.m. 8:35 a.m.
1:25 a.m. 8:45 p.m.
11:25 2:40 a.m.
2:40 p.m
6:25
8:15 7:00
Crestline ....ll:30p. m.
Fort Wayno,. 5:30 a.m.
Chicago 12:10 p. m.
7:45 p.m. 6:55 a.m.
1:15 a.m. 11:25
7:20 6:00 p.m
J86jyNo. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 1. m
has a Through Car via Delaware forHprlng
nld, reaching Spriuglleld' without change at
1:20 p. m.
Train No. S, on. tho Columbus A Hocking
Valley It :i 1 1 road connect with No. 4 train.
Through Tickets for sale at Athens.
PASSENGER TRAINS returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:80 a. m., 11:15 a. 111., and 9:50
a. m.
Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
on All Trains.
No. 6 leaving Columbus at 9:35 a. m., on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
both Erie and New York Central Railways,
arriving at New York on Monday morning at
6:40 a.m.
For particular Information In regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North and South, apply to
oraddreas E. FORD, Columbus. Ohio.
E. 8. FLINT, Oon.Sup'fc.
IAS. PATTERSON,
Gonoral Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
EUGENE FORD
Paaanngnr A iront. Columbus. Ohio.
Great Through Passenger Route,
TO KAMA ft, A' EM! A SIC A, COLORADO
,
NSW MEXICO, VTaU PACriO COAST,
IS VIA Till OLD RELIABLE
Hannibal fc St. Joseph
SHOOT LINK, VtA QCINCT. '
TIIRKK FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Cross tho Mississippi at Qulncy, andMlssonrl
at Kansas City, on Iron Bridges, with Pull
mnn sleeping palaces and pnlaee dnv coaches
from Qtiinev fo St, Joseph, Kansas City, Don
vor.N'ebrasKa City and Omaha, wltlioutchanito,
of cars. "
All tho great through Passenger Lines from
tho East connect with tint Hannibal and Ht.
Joseph, by n ay of Quluey, securing posseuifors
the following advantages:
LOOK HKKkT HEAT) THIAt!
Tlio most elegant and 'sumptuous through
Drawing. Room Sleeping Palaces and Day
Coaches run In tbo World, '
Tho largest ami most t'onyoiilfcnt depots and
Through llaggilgo ArratigciuoiiW Iu the Cul
ted Mates. . .
Tlio givnt rivers all brldirtd, avoiding all
transfers and ferriages; and nil who are posted
will consult coin fork and economy, bv taking
this route to Kansas, Nebraska Colorado aud
the far West to the I'oclllo Coast. -
fif.r-P.o sure yonr tickets read by this old
reliable Hue. For sale at all Ticket Oflloes.
For Denver, t lieveniio. Halt I nL,. s...
monto and 8nn Francisco, naKmingvrs have
cholco.of route, either via Kansas, City add
Denver, or 8t. Josoph and Omaha,
All connections Vi yulnev aro direct and
perfect. U O. LY FO UT), Gen'l Hun's.
t . 11, i.BuiT. uenorsi t ictut Aaoub
Ohio and Mississippi Railway.
It Is the shortest, ntili.knuf n,i i... 1
. , . ...... v.i.j ...rail
running IU entire trains throuirh to
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISV1LLK
w 11,1. out fjimnga.
OurarraiiKoments and connecii,,,,. u,ii. .11
lines from St Lonla and Loulsvllls are por.
foct, reliable and complete for all poinis
WEST AND SOUTH.
This Is tho ftlmrtest and licit Route to Knn
hi City, Leavenworth. Atchison, m .1 1.
and U all points Ih Mlwourl, Knnsiis and
uiniaa.
Through Tickets and full iufonitall n r.,
llnna and fare, can It" obtained IH li. Us
ohli.e or our nlilcc in I. Incliiiiati. .
F,.QAI.LtP, lien, lOaat rsMwx'f Ainnts
4 1 M I VN'AM.
W. II, HALE, Clou. Pass, and ' IcVol I gt

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