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THE McARTHTJE ENQUIEEE, WEDNESDAY APRIL 23, 1873.
MCARTHUR ENQUIRER
The Family Alter.
we dip
the following:
There are few memories 1 hat
are so fresh and powerful in
, after years as the memories of
the household alter. I can
travel back over the path of
forty years and recall the very
tones of my father's voice, as
he reverently read the Bible,
and devoutly prayed in the
midst of his iamily. I can re
member how he prayed for his
children, how faithfully he
taught them the lessons of
Christian truth and duty, in
those thoughtless days of youth
and I bless his memory now
for what I did not appreciate
then. I believe that the memo
ries of christian parents and
the early associations of a
Christian home. Scarcely ever
die out of the heart. Some
times in after life, when the
feet of some wayward man have
strayed far away from the
home of youth, and his heart
has wandered from his father's
God, some memory of the past,
like the sweet, sad melody of
the evening chime, may wake
long slumbering echoes and stir
.-long sealed fountains; and a
father's counsels and a mother's
prayers will come up ag
' from the sacred burial places of
; the past with wonderous power
to melt and win the wayward
heart.
Yes, a family ought to be a
little Church of Jesus Christ
. The father should be its pastor,
conducting its daily worship
, and leading the near circle in
: the way of truth and duty
Every tie which binds one liv
ing heart to another should be
made stronger and more tender
by tne iniluence ol a common
tie to Jesus. Such a house
hold will have a happy home
-Their circumstances may be
uumblo and their lot may be
slowly, but if they have Christ
m the jamily there will always
be sunshine and peace. That
house cannot secure the high
est domestic joy, which like
the inn at Bethlehem, has no
the inn at Bethlehem,
room for Jesus.
Putting Him Out. Sailor strayed
into a church anil took a scat next
to the clerk.
After the minister had a portion
of the service the clerk answered
' with a loud voice, "Amen."
"Stop, stop, can't you behave
yourself in church," said the hon
est tar. "If you keep hollerin' that
way you'll be turned out.".
Again the minister resumed
the service. The clerk answered,
"Amen!"
The sailor pulled him by the
sleeve. "Hush, you fool; can't yon
hush your talkin'."
"Put that man out," said the min
ister. The service was again resumed
and the clerk answered, "Amen."
At this the sailor tried to stop
him by clapping his hand on the
clerk's mouth.
"Will somebody oblige me by
putting that man out!" said the
minister, looking at the sailor as he
spoke, who immediately arose, and
seizing the clerk, who was a small
man, he clapped him under his arm
and proceeded to the front door
with him, throwing him down with
the exclamation : "There, I knowed
you'd be put out for your hollerin'."
. A Timely Hint. Pastors have
frequent occasion to complain of
the tardiness of their people in
coming to church. Various expe
dients are resorted to by them to
correct this evil. Dr. Ormiston,
the new pastor of the Collegiate
Church, must have had an inkling
that the church going people of
this city are no better in this re
spect than the good Christians in
other sections, for on the very lirst
Sabbath he preached, after his in
stallation, he made the following
announcement which, wo hope, had
the desired effect:
"My brethren, I can understand
why strangers should be a little be
hind time in coming to tlio hoiree
of God, but I cannot understand.
why the regular members of the
congregation should bo one minute
late in coming to their seats. It is
my custom to commence precisely
at the appointed hour, and much is
lost by those who come late, and by
others who are disturbed by their
coming. I therefore give this my
first intimation from the pulpit, and
I shall repeat it continuously, if
necessary, that I expect every mem
ber of the congregation to bo in his
place nt half-past ten o'clock."
The aggregate banking capi
tal of England, Scotland and
Ireland amounts to $1,1 i 1,000,-.000.
How the Wife Felt.
A man, at whose house I
was a guest, told me that he
had been a hard drinker and a
cruel husband; had beaten his
poor wife till she had almost be
come used to it. "But," said he
"the very moment I signed the
pledge I thought of my wife
what will my wife say to this?
Strange that I should think of
my wife the lirst thing, but I
did? and as I was going home,
said to my self: "Now if I go
home and tell her all of a sud
den that I have signed the
pledge, she'll faint away, or
she'll up and do something;
and I must break it to her by
degrees." Only think of it;
why the night before, I'd have
uioeked her down, just as like
as not, if she hadn't looked to
please me; and now I am plan
ning to break good news to her,
or fear it would upset her."
As near as I could gather
from what he told me, he found
his wife sitting over the embers,
waiting for him. As he came
into the house, he said:
"Now, I think that"
"Well, Ned, what is it?"
Why,I think I shall that
is I mean to to Nancy, I
mean
"What's the matter, Ned?
any thing the matter?"
"Yes," said he, "the matter's
just this I have signed the
iemperan.ee piecige, ana, so
i ii i
help me God, 111 keep it!"
"She started to her feet, and
sne am iaint away, l was
just in time to catch her; and as
she lay in my arms, her eyes
shut and her lace so pale, thinks
I, she s dead, and I've done it
now. But she wasn't dead;
she opened her, eyes, and then
sne put ner arms around my
neck; and I diden't know she
was so strong, as she pulled
and pulled till she got me
down where I had not been be
n f a i j
lore ior tinny years on my
knees. I hen she said: "Oh
God! help him! and I said,
Amen! and she said, 'O God!
help my poor Ned, and strength
en him to keep his pledge,' and
I hollered 'Amen!' just as loud
as I could holler. That was
the first time we ever knelt to
gether, but it was not the last,"
Larry is a good natured,
civil fellow, who attends to his
business and provides well for
his family, but has one little
failing in this, that when he
goes to his home at night he is
usually more or less under the
influence of contrabands fluids.
The other night, a little after
dark, he started for home with
a nice turkey, safely done up in
strong wrapping paper, under
his arm. Larry found the road
to his house pretty uncommonly
rough that night. He several
times stumbled ana leli over
J ' 1 11-1 liia
all sorts of obstructions in his
path. Each time he fell he
dropped his turkey, but contriv
ed to pick it up again. On
entering his house ho steadied
himself as well as he was able,
and said to his wife: "Here,
wifey, I've got eleven turkeys
lor you." "Eleven turkeys,
Larry! What do you mean?
There's only one." "There
must be leven turkeys, wifey,
for I fell down 'leven times, and
every time I found a turkey.
There must be 'leven turkeys."
Artemus Ward once lent mon-
ey. lie thus recounts tue trano
action : "A gentleman friend of
mine came to me with tears
in ins eyes. 1 said, "Why
these weeps?" He said he had
a mortgage on his farm, and
wanted to borrow $200. I lent
him the monev and he went
away. Some time after ho re
turned with more tears. He
said he must leave me forever.
I ventured to remind him of the
$200 he borrowed. Ho was
much cut up I thought I would
not be hard upon him so I told
him I would throw off'100. He
brightened shook my hand
and said : "Old friend, 1 won t
allow you to outdo mo in liberal
ity I'll throw offthe other hun
dred."
A clever wag of Crawford
county, said that the 4th of
March was National Ground
Hog day, and that the President
came out, saw his shadow, and
went back to stay four years.
The daughter of Gen. Taylor
who was granted a pension of
$50 a month hy Congress, is
Said to bo living on the interest
of $22,000.' ' -
Tho Services of two hundred
and thitty lie venue Assessors
and twelve hundred assistants
will bo dispensed with on and
after May 20lb.,
FUN.
pinch a pair
of tight boots.
Tree-planting in Kansas
amounts to an epidemic.
Promising coal discoveries
have been made in Iron County,
Utah. A woolen factory is being
built at Enterprise, Dickinson
County, Kan.
Chicago contributes $1,000
to the shipwrecked passengers
of the Atlantic.
"Dear sir," said a candidate,
accosting a sturdy wag on elec
tion day, "You needn't be - re
plied the wag, "I've voted.
Two Brooklyn firms have
conceeded the demands of the
striking carpenters for $3,50
for eight hours' work.
Customer "I think my
hair is turning gray, isn't it?"
liaircutter "Well, really, sir,
can t say, but it does seem to
be meditating a change of color."
Adviceesfrom Adelaide say
the wheat crop of South Austalia
is satisfactory, and that 80,-
000 tons will be available for
export.
Michael Mahoney a New
York pick-pocket, received a
twenty years' sentence yester
day for 'relieving a street-car
passenger of $50.
Escher & Co., of New York
heavy silk importers, with con
nections in Zurich, Switzerland,
are reported suspended. The
Zurich branch suspended first.
Judge J. W. Wright, of
Washington City, has been
placed under bonds of $13,000
at St. Louis, charging him with
irregularities in connection with
Indian matters.
Parties in San Francisco have
contracted with an Eastern oys
ter man for twenty-eight car
loads of oysters of various ages,
Jo be transplanted, in San Fran
cisco, and other bays.
An experienced old stager
says, if you make love to a widow
who has a daughter twenty
years younger than herself, be
gin by declaring you thought
they were 6isters.
One hundred feet of the em
bankment of the Delaware and
Hudson Canal was washed
away yesterday, which will
cause an interruption of a few
days.
The Memphis Chief of Police
claims to have arrested the
man who murdered General
Thomas C. Ilindman, at Helena,
Arkansas, some lour years
since.
An Irishman, meeting another
asked him what had become of
a mutual friend. "Arrah, now
my dear honey," answered he,
"Paddy was' condemned to be
hanged, but he saved his life
by dying in prison."
How isit Miss, that you
gave your age to the registrar
as only 25? I was born the
same year with yourself, and,
being 39, must be ." Young
lady "Ah, you see, Mr Asses
sor, you have grown muchfaster
thanl."
An auctioneer exclaimed:.
"Why really ladies and gentle
men, l am giving these things
away." "Are you?" said an old
lady present. "Well, I'll thank
you for that silver pitcher you
I J.. . 1 t M
nave in your uanu.
At an amateur exhibition at
Peru, Ind., a shot gun was to
be fired. Something tampered
with it, and when it went off, it
extinguished every lijrbt and
smashed every window in the
hall.
TiniiTV-one new steamships
are ordered lor ocean service,
and will be put in commission
as rapidly as they can be con
structed. Ten of these are to be
built in this country and the
rest in Great Britain.
More copies of. newspapers
are printed in a year in the Uni
ted States than in all the rest
of the world together. Eng
land and Franco come next,and
the two together have half as
many as tho Yankee Nation.
A quaint old gentleman, of
an active stirring disposition,
had a man at work in his gar
den who was quite the reverse
"Jones," Baid he, "did you ever
see a snail?" "Certainly" said
Jonou. "Then," said the old
man, "you must have not met
him, for you could never have
overtaken hiw.
Friends at a
Medicines.
rpHE ROMANCE OF CURE!
Tho ninny evidences of extraordinary cures
mm are (limy reported nucllei'ted throng"
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent
Rcndy Relief and Perfect Piirirntlio Pills, hi
written testimonials from nil parts of the
..y. .... ouiiiiBp in woum-ri no most extravagant
miracles of ciichiiiitiiii'iit. ih.rui,.i,ind tmil
medical men In nil countries pronounce these
.,..i. h i nn imiii iiit'a 11 invsrery, tunc ncuner
theirscieiiceof nunlynis or cheiiiii-nl skill can
explain. True, llieso medicines effect tlic
most marvelous cures, ami rextore the living to
life, ttml relieve tlie most wretched pnln-Mif-fering
victim of his tortures, In from on to
. i . ' u,m "lllluugu nicy KiiowsoiiH
of the iugredieuUof their composition, amlDr
Railway hns publisher! their formula (with.
holtlingonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Ucrninn, English and American
chemists and Dhnnnni'.eiitiHtii tiHriv full with
tho snino Ingredients as prepared bv them. Tho
groat success, which theso wonderful remedies
uro consianiiy nciiiovliig, lies in the great se
cret of combining tho ingredients together,
nfterexercising duo euro in selecting tlio pure
H lit (JV1IUI1IO 1VUIB.
fetich wonders of Modern Chemistry ns the
SAIISAPAIMLLIAN HICSOLVKNT, IlKAD
KKI.IKr'A, KADWAY'S 1M 1,1.8, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for then)
tiresome infirmities and diseases that nro con
sidered as incurable, and sure death. Yetthe
most astounding cures have been made thro'
mese remedies or somo diseases that have ncv
er been known to be cured bv medicine.
CONSUMPTION, HCKoVllLA, WHITE
8WKLL1NG, Tumors in tlio Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, llowels, Briglit's Disease or tlio Kill
ing, mui iinvu ooen pronounced inciirnino,
Cancers, Ulcers. 8welllnn-n. Hinnn In ilm mad
der, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers unci Sores of
the Bones, liiekets so deeply seated that no
otner uicuictucs liavo been know n t) reach,
have been eurd lv thn SAIfs A imiiII.T.I AN
RESOLVENT, aided by the READY RELIEF
amlPILI.M.
Palsy, Paralysis. Dry Gnncrcno tint threat
ens a living death daily rotting aivay of the
lllllbS aillt flesh llillhetes. Iiiviilmitnrv Ilis.
charge of Water, Fungi in the Jfladder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease), Torturing pains
when discharging
UOUT, NEURALU.
urlno.
ItilUUMA't'lSM
LGlA each and every mm of
theso complaint-though but a few of the
mnuy other diseases, Railway's Sarsapnrillian
Uesolvetit has cured and isdaily curing in all
parts of the world.
inouo word, any disease no matter under
wnai name uosignatcu, mat is nourished or
increased uy unit, impure, depraved, weak
thin, watery or poisoned blood enn be envoi
by KADWAY'S HAKSAI'ARILLIAN RE-
Br. Italwav & Co. have never rlnlmeil mm
humlrclh part of the curative virtues for their
remedies as isascribed to them by the people
nuuiiavu iisou uieni; ior near in mind, only
such diseases and conmlnlnts as Dr. Railway.
after successful treatment with their remedies
Knew tlioy would cure, were enumerated iu
their curative list, so that lnnnv of thn ovtrnnr.
dinnry cases that havo been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in tlio discovery of
iiieii'iL'iueuiuiagunis as in tnoso wuo nan been
rescued from dentil, and nindo whole and
sound.
As many persons discredited their oxtraor.
diuary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of other advertised remo
dios and some believed it impossible for
8iniplo medicines niado only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs. Sc. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simplo grasses of the
field, after undergoing the chemical process of
iiistiiiationdesigucd by nature in the cow and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
most iibuiidaiit fat, caloric or heat-making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents fortlielnunnnbodv.
Hut when those people wbo'flrst doubt tlio
AAI....O t ...... .1. .1
i-iuiut,, ui uii-ni: n-iiii-iiiL'n commence llieir use,
im-j uecuiue incir most earnest nitvoeiltes.
WOEMS.
TIIK ONLY SAFE A RUI1K KEMEDY FOR
TAl'B, PI, K WOK31SOF A 1,1, KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE
Never has a medicine taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or llowels; the knifo
mis ueen inn soie reliance in mo miiuit or ex
perlenced surgeons: hut Dr. Icadwnv's Sar
sapnrilllnn settles Ibis iiiesiion. It his cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
rumors, as well as Tumors in tho llowels,
i tems, womb, J.lvcr, Dropsical Effusion.
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 18 Years' Growtli Cured by
uuuwBy s itesoiveiit.
JlEVEiu.r. Mass.. July la 186!).
Dk. llAnWAV: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in tlio ovaries ami bowels. All tho doctors
said there was no help for It. .1 tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
ucipun mo. x saw your itesoivcntandinougm
I would try it, but liad no faith in it, because
I hail suffered for 12 years. I took six bottles
of the llesolvent, one box of Kadway's Pills.
and used two bottles or your liendy ltcliof.aiul
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
man i nnvo ior 13 years, 'tne worst tumor
was lu the left side of tho bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you for the benefit of
others, l ou can publish it if von choose.
HANNAH P. KSAPP,
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominont gentleninn nncl resident of
Cincinnati, uiuo, ior tno pimt rortv years well
Known 10 me news nn nor in uiisuers i irouirn
out tlio United States:
NKWYOBK. Oct 11th. 1870.
Dr. It APWAY Dear Sir: I nin induced hv a
senso of duty to the suffering to make a brief
iitcnicnt or the working or your medicine on
yself. For severnl years I havo been aillict-
. wiin some trouble in tno mamicr and uiln
arv nnrans. which some nionlbs nirn ciilmimi
ted in a most terribly alllictiiig disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture in tho urethu, as also iiillaiiiation of the
kidneys ami bladder, and gave It ns their
opinion that my age 78 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. Iliad tried
a number of physicians, mid had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
niumpnthic, but got no relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
ruincuies, mm somu tour nionins ago l rend a
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
rust oi n cure Having ueen cuoc.icu on n per
son who hail long been suffering as I had been.
I went right
off and got sonic of cncli vour
i pari
Itegulating Pills and commenced takini
them. In three dnvs I whs irrofitlv rclievmi
and now feel ns well as ever.
.1. W. JAMK8, Cincinnati, O.
rrlcoono dollar per bottle. Sold by Iirnir.
gists every where, and at Dr. Hallway's, No. 82
Warren, cor. Lliurcli at., N. .
IE&
ItADWAY'8 HEADY ItELIKKI!
Cures tlio worst Pains In from 1 to SO minutest
NOT ONE HOC It after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with pain.
JIA D WA Y'S IiKADY RELIEF
la a cure for every miln. It wan the first and
It the only Pain llcmedy that Instantly stops
me most excruciating pains, allays lullumiua
tlons, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Sloinnch, llowels or other glands and
Organs, by one application. In from nno to
twenty minute, jo matter now violent or
excruciating the naln. the Itheiinwillc. Ilnil.
ridden, Inllrin, Crippled, Nervous. Notirulglc
or prostrated with disease may sutler,
HA D WA VS JtJSA D Y RELIEF
Will afford Instant, enso!
Inflammation of the Kldnovs. lull aninml Inn nf
ii.a iiii..i.i..M .t.- i. ...
Congestion of tlm Lungs, Sore Throat, DIIU
cult Urcttthing, Palpitation of the lleart.llys-
iin n r., v num. in puiei III, milll'ITI, IIIIIIIOIIZA,
Headache, Toothacho, Neuralgia, Itheuuiu
tism, Colds. Chills, Ague Chills.
i no application r tho Keniiy lEeiief to the
:iart or purls whero lliu pain or rtllllculty ex
sts will afford case and com fort, 1
80 Droiin in a half tumhlur tVntnr will.
Ill A fow minutes, cure Cnimns. Knasms. Hour
Stomach, Heartburn, Kick Jleiultiche, Dior-
rlm-n, Dysentery. Colic, Wind iu tho llowels,
in an inu'i'iiai I'liius. 1
Tiavclors should always carry' a bottle of
Railway's Relief with them. A tew drops in
water win prevent sickness or pnlns from
finings of water. It Is better than French
U randy or Hitters as a stimulant.
Fever anil Air no euroil for nn mnti.
There Is not a remedial agent la this world
111111 win euro rever nun Aguo, and all that
Miilarloiis, Ilillloiis, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) so
iiilck us Railway Ready Relief. K) cents per
UU1.I1U , t
DR. IIADWAY'8
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Perfectly tnsteless, elegantly coated, for tho
cure of all disorders of tlm stomach. Liver.
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llcadachu, Constipation, C(Mtvones, Indiges
Hon, Dyspepsia. Illllousness, llllloul Fever,
In fl fllltlnli Hon 11... tl ,.. Iwi . '
... ,.. .uu itwwuiH. rues umi an ue-
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mrjj mo loiiowing symptoms re-
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i. . . ' t "y'f"1 j es, r iiuness of tno
blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Noiibcb, Ilenrtbnrn, Disgust for food. Full
ness or weight In tho Pit of tlio Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried snd dllllnult
Iittterlni at tliu Ili-nrt, Choking
t Nensiitloiia when In a Ivlnir I'oe-
Of V Minn. Ilula (.r Willi. Vir,m
j.ivtu oing, rimn'riii
ormirrornting
tore, Dimness
Hie Might, Kcver and Dull I'ain In the Head,
Ieai;loiii',y In l'ersilintii, yellowness of the
Bkln and Kyea, l'aln in the Hbli-i host, Minbs
and Hudden KIiimIics of bent. Jliirnlnir In the
Klesli. A few doses of Itndway'e I'llls Will
free the aystem from all the above disorders.
Frtoe 05 Conts per Mux.
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I manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at tho most reasonable prices. I am
prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VAllIETY,
and accompany them with a Hearse. BSaThe publio are invltod to call and
examine my Stook. ,
PARIS IIORTON.
March 10th, 1872.
m
.in r r' . ;
Finest Drug Store,
AVOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Havo purchased O. T. UUNXIXG'S Drug Establishment,
IN WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
And can supply tlio people with tlio
Choicest Drip, Metis, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, aM Dye Ms,
Varnishes, Tiirpeatine, Glass, Lamps,
SNUFFS, TOBACCO and CIGARS, BOOKS, STATIONEItY, FAXCV ARTICLES, l'EIl
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aVeiT.!!mCvt?,vili.lt0cp.?n h2?rt 0 W.I?LL SELECTED ASSORTMENT of such articles as
are usually in Hint-class Drug Stores, -which will be sold at the
Lowest Cash Prices I
tiot s V, Hlvr,n?,V,.ATinb? vM mii"5 1'1'wlciaus' Orders, and mittliiir ill l'rosrlH
be n rnro anil 5.? fnd?Tr,nr',t,?,,.l'10' n" klm,s- Wo warrant every article we sell to
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an Choicest Drugs!
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l'atouteo and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &o.
Clarksburg, West Va,
inmramefaiul'118' "C"lg VrM' ar0 on
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And the best Will ever made for all kinds of
...... ".i j uLunaicii uioiiw anus
Fin. , ll!ur.,l,(, or,aiid warranted to grind
Hour and Meal of a superior quality at
?. ii V . u B'"'e" t,mn ""y otlie-r Mm,
w .i.,h i.n '.?"t!"X, or ot,hor liiulty-the
'"is I'ouiiun, occupying on vo
iui i 1 i ' " iuuii uiirty uays, t ic
Mill does not prove Batislactory, it may bo re-
'"in uuuiiarges reiiinaed
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is guaranteed to make two holes to
one ot any other; does its work rnp-
SAVES ITS COST
IIV ONE Dlf!
No latilt ean bo found with It nftor
"in. nenc to any ono on trial who
will mind me tho endorsement of the
rusi aiBBier. Agents wanteiL
lltA II ART,
ClurkHuiirg, W. Va.
n'. I Fnvninn nn1 allm.. nn
i U .a . im viiuia BUO
roHt-Uolo llorcr at tho Knquikkb
UIUO!,
4
MEDICINES.
Beware of Counterfeits !
JOB MOSES' mg9iifSwa
art eximintlv cooithfiitid. Dithmutt Drvf
KUt indtavor to utl th eounttrftltm tnntnlcrt
prolti. Th gtnuin liavt thtnamtof Job Rlosea
vnwun pacvof-e. Muointr arm worimeii muationl,
Th oiNomi Pills r nnfaillnitln th cum of tU
thoso pnhimi and dmrerous (llioni to which the
femals oonititntion li lublcct. Thar mnildnia ill
aioeiiei and romove all obitractloni, from what-
TO MA11RTED XiADIZS
thSTir particularly auited. f hey will in short
time bring' on tho monthy psriod wlthritrularltyi
and altlioiiRli vory poirerfiil, cunUIn nothing; hurt
ful to tho conititatfnn. In all casta of Narvoaa and
epinai Aiiociioni, rami in me dbok ana J,imbs,
Futl alio oil si leht enrtlon. Palpitation of tho Hotrt,
Hritnrloa and Whltei. thar will arrant
all other meana havo fallnd. Tha clrontara amnnil
aacn packase fli mil dlrootlons and advice, or
will ha sent Ires to all wrttUif for them, sealed
ire rii ouBorraiion.
N. B-In all riaea wfiarai thm nwwnrwa iinnnl Iia
obtalneil, Ono Dollar enclosed to the Bole Pronrle
t ir, JOU HOSE8, 18 Oortlan.lt St., New Fork, will
Ininre a bottle of the gtnuin; eontainlnc fifty
Pills, by return mall, nounly tttltt from aur
knowledite of lta oontentf .
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
nnTIK'M WTAinmn xvtvwrtm
Cnre Cooohs, Coi,di,Astiiiia, BanaoniTis, Bona
Throat, Hotasimss, DirriooLT HaaiTHino, l
OIPIIIT CONSDMPTIOH 1D IiDXO Duiiiss. They
have no taate of modlolne. and enrohlM will
them. Thousands have been restored to health that
had before denjxilred. Toitlmony alven In hundrMa
of caaes. Aek for BRYAN'B PULMONIC VTAFKRS.
Prlre 3S cn'a per box. JOB MOHE3, Propria-
THETcREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
No. ill line Lombard, Paris.
Those villa are bla-lilr rooommendod hvtha anttra
affidtcjil taftultvof Vranneaa thawirvhMfc Mm.rt
In all crime or Bpiirmatnrrhoia, or Seminal Weak
nets ; Nhrlitly, Dally or frttmiitrt Bmlaalons; fl.
nal WmiKnneeormpeMney; Weakneat arlilnffrom
Hncret lUlilta and Hoiiml Bioesaeai Rtiaialton of the
OonltAlOrmnel WooVHDlno: DenoalUlntha nrln.
Snd all the jfluiatly train of DlaeaMi arialn from
ivnruae or Kcenoa. Tbev cr when allothtrrora
edles fhll. JPamnbletof Advice In aach boi, or will
be aont Pnee toany addmat. Price tl er II ox.
Bent by mall, tnwtlvte.nUtfnm all ohnrvalton,on
rcootiitof nraoe. OHCABO. MUSKS, I8 0oTl.4Dt
BtmMwTO(K,Bo1 Qeural Antor linerloa.
DEsCKOOK'S WINE OF TAB
Ten Tenra ofatnabl
ft lias proved Dr.L'rooi
U lneorrnr to have rnr
fntt than any elmili
nrcparatiori cveroiTurcd
the publio. It l richTl
tlio medicinal qualities'
Tar, and tincriiiulool (
dbieniiea of tlm TliroaMV
Eidnvsi. perl'ormlnu U
., moat remarkable cure.
"W eirootnnlly oureaaUCoeg1
and Coldi. Itliaaeunxl
''. niany (loaee) of Alhi
W lamrRrouchllla. tllllC
liui been lironouQOeif
a peel do for tlieao con
iitiilnta, 1'orPaUnalnth
Ironaf. HWo or llorl
araver Of Kidney le
txiNe,illiuiiuHuftie(7rl
(try Oririna),4anll
oranyiJlvef '0Hilo
I than no eau.nl, '
Ulaalroaanperlor 'l onlp.
Itfra tho App(l(
ltrrie:hena HioNyaOin,
(eatoreu ibo Weak and lltllir!,
niHam the food lu lllwear
teniaTea l)yo)l ami Intilceailoi
I'rovraila Nialarlou t'vven
BUca (on lojrtturKavateua.
LAB3)S.
Jgest Thing in the West I
ATCIIISOX. TOl'KKA & SANTA FK It. K.
THREE MILLION ACRES
AVfmifi. in anil tictir tho Arlennmt Ynlley,
tht Finest Portion of Eiiiihiih!
Eleven years' credit. Seven per cent. Inter
est. 22! per cent, reduction to
settlers who improve.
A FREE PASS TO LAND BUYERS t
THE FACTS about tills Grant are Low
Prices, Long Credit, and a Rebate to settlers
ol nearly onu-lbiirtli; a Itirh Soil mid Splen
did Climate; short mid mild Winters; early
Pliyntinsr, and no wintering of Stock; plenty
ol Iltiiniull, iiiidjnstat tho riglit season; Coal,
Mono iiiulhrick on tho line; Cheap Kates on
Lumber. Coal, &c; no lands owned byHiiecn
lators; Homestead and Pre-emptions now
abundant; a Hint-class Itiillrand onthellnuol'
a great ThiDiigh ltoute; Products will pay
for Lund and Improvements.
18 18 THE BEST OPPORTUNIIY E7ER0F
PEEED TO THE PDBLIO, tl.rmigl, the ."cctit
completion ol tile lload.
For llrrtlliim itml (riuiiaiMil l..n.......n i
...... .... ...., Il(.,l,, w .
toss A. li. TOIIZAI.IV.
Manager Land Dcp't,
, , TOl'KKA K AX
JfejyFor Iiiforiiinilou and Tickets apply to
J. S. IIUHN, Agent,
McArtliur, O.
PUMPS.
merican Submerged Pump.
"The Best Pump in the Would."
nG!0!,?eX 300-000 worth of
tiwMi i:ir i ii in year v mono
Pinnps, being tho moat iioworfuf foico-pi.inps
In the world, an well u Non-Fiikkziso.
nilnm I lit l"n '"'1!' "le m nlH0 1110 I'M-
IV L!,s, ',l'nu m 01 to American A (rrlcul-
h.. ii.;.. i.. 'L V ";eive "0 inrmers.
Heenotlceln rebruary mini bur. nnirni.v t
Tin., i . tl10 "'work ciaiined, Hcnd It
!!!,!!"m"' t0 ,loft" H' l'' to thwn on onr
LII If 11 III He
,?.,VJ .or ,cI"!'"t or ordoi-s to the llridge
Vli11''. C?-J No; 65 y''li'rs St.,Ncw Voik.
. 'T, , -:"" "". i j-uuipH Bceureii nn
".""""b n.nii nguiir.y, 17-tf
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
west.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
As follow:
Depart Depart. .
... 0:30 n. in. 8:16 p, m.
Arrive Arrive.
.. 0:fx)a. m. 5:lil p. in.
.... 3:50 p. m. 7fl(l a. m,
" a:!i0u.m.
. fl :5iB "
...B:IMa. m. 8 :m '
. ...18:10 p. m. e.-llip. in.
... 1:10 " U:45 "
.... 1:30 " 8:03 "
Atlions........
Columbus
( levelnnd .. .
I'ittBbiirgh...
Intllnnauolla..
Cliicnirn
Xnnla
Davton
SprlugfleliU.j.
f!lnHn tnnunit Inn ..in. I,. , T .. ......... .
clnvillo, nnesvlllo and nil points on tlio Ciu
eliinim Hint Iliiu1Iw.i..n i.,ti... i,..n i
v.; ........H,in, . iiuuj jvaiiiuuii.
...... ...,..n IIIHV ,ti UIUIIHMIB IOr
""("'"i npiiiigueiii, iiiuinnitpoiis, (.iiicngo
?.n'Ln,11 ,P,l".ta WuBt' a1mo 'or Oevelaml,
u iiuiu, ritrsoiirgii, ami nil iMilnts Knst.
Tukn tlm ifnii.lfliiiv V'ull.,v n...i i.... ir u.
----- ..n . mi.j ..in, x nn uaiiiiio
route to Chicago and thn Korthwost; it is the
7"'J i iy-six in una, giving passciigei s
the bencllt of quicker time and lower rates
than by any other line.
, .1. V. HOIIJtHTV.Blip't.
E. A. BUKLI,, Cieti'l Ticket Agent. .
ii i: L ii s .
IUCKEYC : L FOUNDRY.
listabllsUed in 1087. .
Puiwilur livlls of Copper n(
Tin, mounted with the but
Roltry Htirginos, forCHUBCHW
,8choou. f MJ, Taotories, Couri
Mnilftrs. FlRI Al 1RU. TnuiCD fli npvi
CiiMtS, T0. Fully Warranted.
lVnittratetl Catalog Stnt Fret
VAfJDUZFN A TIFT
102 and 104 Ettt Second Street, Cinelnntil
LAND ACJ-E1TCY.1
K
ANSAS CENTRAL , LAND
AGENCY.
MaJ, JOHN W. HKUK9. Minister. I
' - HAblif A, KAN.
Ron! Rstato Biislnost: also havo for salo all
the limits of the Kansas j'arltlc HnllwRy Com
pany, ninountlnK toovor5,(M),0lM) acres of the
must ilosimblo Iu Central ami Western Kan
sas) also Jlill Hltiw, tout t.aiuls, Varnis, Cuttle
ltnncbea, ami City Property In Hallna ami (lie
HolKilHirlnr towns, for sale at all t lines.
frvr euu lor tno " Kansas central aiivo
ite.T' m IsrirelM-coliiniu lunil tmnor. so what
we have for sale, anil read all about the (real
neyewne mat ol the went. .
Marcn se, lifio-leaw 1 ; -
Medicines.
11
Mo Peraon enn take these Bitter accord
Eg to directions) and remairt long unwell, provide
eir bones are not destroyed by mineral poiion or othi
neana, and the vital organa waated beyond 111 poii)
l repair.
Uyapepala or Indlgcatton. Headache, Pa)
h the Slioulderj, Coughs, Tightneas of the ChrsI, Dii
liness, Sour Kruclations of tlio Stomach, Bad Taat
h the Mouth. Ililious Attacks. Palpitation of th
Heart. Inflammation of the Limes. Pain in die region
f the Kidneva, and a hundred other painful symptom
ire ine ouspnngs oi uyspcpsia. ill iiich vuiiiijimiim
A has no eaual. and one bottle will prove a tetter luat
jntec of its merits tlinn a lengthy advertisement,
For f'eninie uontpiiiiuis, in young or oiq
parried or lingle, nt the dawn of womanhood, or th
lurn of life, these Tonic Hitlers display ao decided aj
Influence that marked improvement it soon percen
uble.
For Iuflaiiiinntory anil Chroaiio Rheui
liiatisni and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Intel
irittent Fevers, Diseases of the I3lood, Liver, Kidney
nd Bladder, these Hitters have no equal. Such Dii
jases are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is general;
produced by derangement nf the Digestive Organs.
They nre a Uentle Purgative at well mi
a Tonic, noiseising also the peculiar merit of aciiu
Is a powerful nfjent in relieving Congestion or Innani
nation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in lliliou
piieases.
For Skill Disease., Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
Rhe.un, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Piiatulea, Boils, Cai
uncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eye, Ery
npelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolor, ilions of the Skin, Humor
ind Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or natuil
ire literally dug up and carried out of the system in I
diort time by the use of these Bitters 1
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinroar Bn
rHRa the most wonderful Invigoraiit that ever sustain
lie sinking system.
walker, PmpV. R. ii. Mcdonald , co.,
Pruggists and Gen, Agts., San Francisco, Cal..
and cor. ol wailiingtnn and (jiariton ata., Ntv York.
WLD BV ALL DRUOfilSTS AND DEALERS
SHOTGUNV)
0 BEST IN THE WOaL0..J) i
New York Office. 27 BTIT ": ::T.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
Carriage!
AprlraUConnitUrtoth
lUrritd or tboi boui t
I marry on Ui6 phyilalogioal
raysterlM and rtTtUiloDtot
Ithoanoal it lea. with tho
Guldo.
Uteit dlioortrles in p rod n dug und prtTtntiD tliprlng,
howtoprMtrfolhtoonipUxioii.Ao. ...
Thill ho inurcittiif work ortw fcuodrftl aad iUtjr
fiiRM,ltb numeroui enfrfcTltigs, nd oonUlnavftliit.blo
q forma tloo fr thoie who rs niavrrltd,rooDtcinpatiBr
rlaic. BUllitlfo book Uiatoughl to b kopt uodir Usk
undktr, and no I laid ot1m1j about tho homo.
It eon Ulna tht oxperleao ul iwlf loo o f a phTilolati
whoio ropuution tl world-wide, and ahould boln lb a prl
tato drawer of every nal and remale throughout the en tiro
glob. It embrace everything o tho aublootof tho gia
oratlroiyeun that l worth knowing, aad nuohthot ll
not publlibedln any other work.
Seat to anyone (froo of poitage) for Fifty CenU.
IddreiiDr. liull" DUptmajj.No, X3 K.Whthitrttfc
It. Louil, Mo. f k
ITotlco to the AfQIcted and Unfortunate,
Veforo applying to tht notortoni qoaoki who tdrtrtUe la
Eublle papera.or nalng any qoaek romodioe pernio Dr.
atti' work bo nutter what jour ditcaae li, or bow doplor
able your condition.
Dr. fintu ooouplei ft doable fceoio of tweatr-iortii
roomi;t ilndonel byeomiof tho moot oelehrawd nedl
oal profiiaori of tblo country and Europe, and oao bo eon
toltcd peraonally or by mall, on thtdlieaooe uoniloned ta
till worki. Office and parlori. No. 11 N. Eighth ewoot,
betwein Market and Cbeinut, Bt. LouU, Mo.
IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT.
THEGKANI) IMilSClI'I.E thai operates in
theso wonderful lnoilicincH, is the power Hint
tbev poHHCHH In puril'yiiijr the turglil blooil
nun exiieiiing corrupr, niiinoiH ironi 1 no ays
tern.
IIOLLOWAY'S 1'II.LS coii.iiHt of a careful
ami iHicuiinr immixture or tho llnest Vi'Ki'tu
bio KxlracU. HerliH. 11 nil lluilicinnl ilimm..
l'omiwiiiL' not 11 irriiin of iiiiiionil in their
coinbinntiiiii, they ncvorcxposo lluwe who use
them to any linucr, at any time or senoii. No
niotlior neeil henitato to inescrlbe them to
their children, anil tlm niintilellciito conBtitu
tioim cuts use tliem with ns irroat beaollt ns the
most vigorous ami powerl ul frame.
IIOLLOWAY & Co., Sole IMioi'hiktohb,
78MaluenI,une, Mew York.
IIolloway'H Tills anil Ointment aro sola at
hoc, i,i,e, aim ft per box or pot. A irreut snv
ing is nitiile by buying tlio largo sizes.
Dec. 4.
KEEP TIIEllLOODrUIt
And the health of the ystei
Will fo lnw. 'I'hnro lu n..,....
tlon of Iron and l'oke Hot
iimm uociuai lima mi ouier
which will rcmovo from yoi
nvHtom tlio Impura and vitiate
nlnnil ivlilnl. iii,una,llunn-n
at tliosiimo tlmo build up you
iiuiiiiu uuu nbruilui IK Hove
falln to cure. If you linv
8i!a,oroln.N(rliilnnaSslin.
or the i'.yem or Knrau o
Kcrofnlit In any form, Xei
wi ""mi swviiiiiir,
Noren, Ulcere, or Ncrol'iiloa
InllnimiinUonn, you cun rol
on bolng cured with thin props
ration known as Dr. Crook
soinpoumi syrnp of I'ok
ll.ml ItliAflniBll.iM
VHIlAl",," "ruiiruuiiwil oy jvioroti
Vljrlnl or otlier poiHona, nre al
if Jv etirprl hv It. Pni aivnhin.
RJf Syplillltlo talnlTtluireleuoa
' i"" iu iin i. trial wu
Beautify your Complexion.
Df) Tint. tlflA nntnf AT nnnrftiitt l..
ermanent beauty by purifying y1,r " loot
hfrx rtrnriiLs-iit rati - f tMH .CTis .
!Tiakeaiuhand8calyBkhir)ftftnlHnHMju
Ihonnnil flii.f. an Imu ....... ..I.. ui . . .
. nu "..i n vuiiijiivAlltll Ul OHO C
rrnahnnattflriH liAaltl, al .
UveUiiHiiiaea ol the Mkln, PltnpliM, I'm
tulea.IlletclieeAKriiplloiiH. ifynu wis,
fpeyolieeksaiidftheiililiy complexion ti:ioJ;i
jrook'a Compound HyruD of l'oku Iloot,
Dentistry.
D
ENTI8TEY.
HAVING been onirnrrod In the sliulv anil
firacllce of I lent In try for fifteen years, and a
ocal practitioner iu Jackson for six years,
and having availed myself of all the
Modorn Improvement! In Dental Bolonoa,
I would rcapectfully any to tho citizens of
McArtliur unit vicinity that I am fully pre
pared to manipulate nil the various branches
of the science. Trices at low aa tho lowest.
Work at good as the best. Persons mining
from a liiMlance whOilng to remain until their
work is done will be entertained at my pri
vate resilience free. . .
. , . , ....... i .
ETIIER SPRAY AXD XLE0TRIOTTT
Used In extracting tect, rendering tliolr ex
traction comparatively pnlnlilDH. . A female
attendant always on hanej to wait upon ladles,
Olve n a call.
' o. a, juuuica, jiontist,
Way IB, 1878-ly. , ,. . Jackson, O.
too
TKACIHiRS OJ STIinKNTH.Mnlo
or Keiimlo, can aeoure UM I'LOYMeNT
unviim f rom IIIX) to SIM) nor month diirlnir tho
Bprlng or Summer. Address, l'UOl'LK'8
JOURNAL, Cincinnati, Ohio, Chicago, Ul., or
St. Louh), Mo, , , Ji-4w
Newspapers.
HE McARTHUR ENQUIRER
Newspaper, Book and Job
Printing Establishment
Bocoud Story Howkn's Biilldlng, Mnlu Street,
SloAKTHUlt, OHIO.
THE McAETHDH ENPfflR
Hoe Inst been enlarged from a T-colunin to an
8-eoluniii paper, and clothed in new type
throughout. Its coin inns will bo devoted to
tlio
General News of tho Day !
Giving a syuopHis of events as they occur.
The Interests of our town and county will re
ceive particular attention. It will, at here
tofore, be
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
AND FEART.KSS IN THE EXPRESSION
OF SENTIMKNTS in regard to tho rights of
the people of this country, evor opposed to tho
wrong.
" The Christian Witness"
Tlio Organ of the Christian Union General
Council of the United States, Is ulso published
from the name, office.
Having purchased new type and material
for our
JOB DEPARTMENT,
Vc aro prepared lo do all kinds of
MERCANTILE
General J ob Printing
In the neatest and highest style of the art, and
At Reasonable Kates!
YOU CAN BAVI .
BILLHEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
cincuLAita,
STATEMENTS,
LEGAL lg-ANKS, ,
CATALOGUES,
WEDDING CARDS.
PAMPHLETS,
PROGRAMMES,
FRUIT LISTS,
DRUGGISTS' LAIIEL8,
SALE DILLS
CARDS,
CHECKS,
SHIPPING TAGS, ,
VISITING CARDS,
MOURNING CARDS,
, SHIPPING CARDS,
. BODGE H8, ,
CALL CARDS,
.FUNERAL NOTICES,
Executed on Short Notice!
. t l i
v I , , -i i, , i ; ' .
Rring on Your Work I
T
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