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Mc ARTHUR
ENQUIRER,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1873,
IcAimimt Ehquirer
J. W. BOWES, Kdltor and Publisher.
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, . . APRIL 80, 1873,
i
JJ. BOWEES,
RESIDENT DENTIST
Mo A KT HUH, OHIO.
NO BUSINESS DONE ON SATURDAYS.
But run
scarce,
is beginning to bo
Bahefootism is incrensing rapid
ly with the juveniles.
TnE freight business on the M. &
C. railroad immense.
We begin to think that "Decem
ber's as pleasant as May."
Our forefathers sung : "A
Aprile the barns will fill."
cold
Call at this oillce and see the
specimens of job printing.
'"Mil III
This martins arc putting in their
appearance in large quantities.
SfivKiiAL new names were added
to our subscription list last week.
The annual meeting of the Sol
diers4 Memorial Association, will be
held atChillicothc, May 3d.
The personal property of Mr.
James Pilciikh, dee'd, was sold at
public auction last Wednesday.
SI m s m a
Josehi Kaleh, the Assessor for
this township, is now making his
daily visits to property holders.
The railroad track of the Vinton
Furnace Company is advertised to
be sold at Sheriff's sale, May 17th.
t m t
"Meet me at the gate, love, dar
ling," is what the young men in the
village nre now learning to whistle.
It is thought by some eastern
merchants that wool will be worth
$1 per pound before the next ten
days.
Dk. Rknnells had a severe attack
of rheumatism, last Monday even
ing, hi the drug etore of Wolf,
Pierce & Co.
We sold a large lot of Blanks
last week to Justices of the Peace
and Constables. This is the place
to get your blanks.
There is something wrong about
the ground hog this year. Two of
them must have come out of their
holes to look for shadows.
The purchaser of the Circleville
Union, which was sold at Sheriffs
sale a few days ago, was Isaac W.
Stage. Price paid $3,000.
There were numerous coal-diggers
in the village last Sunday
evening -tho majority of thera be
came a little how-came-you-so.
Blank Bonds. We have just
printed and have for sale a lot of
Blank Bonds for Justices of the
Peace. Blanks of all kinds on hand.
Don't forget the Musical and Dra
matic entertainment to be given at
the School House Hall, Thursday
evening. It will be a grand af
fair. The air Is filled with the fra
grance of apple and cherry blos
soms, and all nature is beginning
to wear a green and smiling appear
ance. Mr. David Hemmerlee, of Chilli
cothe, formerly connectod with
"Shriner's Star Combination of ,
nnl
West," has gone into the tra h'2
i .u-uans
business
The McArthur
vO.) Enquirer
came to us last
week
i it
bright as a si
ii .... "
ver uonar. it Has
uueu enlarge,, aa 1)rited on ncw
era? '- ortland (Ind.) Demo
1 I m
Eld. J. V. B. Flack, editor of
Ihe Christian Witness, which is
printed in this office, will bo here
sooii on business connected with the
publication of that paper.
The new Mayor of Chillicotho.
T.. tir . ..
lii. miLiAHs, nas tiie names
f 111 I'fir.fltra 1 1. i.r... r, ,U .. -
of
w luiouuo tYUU U1D '
nnnru fnv
.e force.
Policeman, there, must
Buap, '
be a soft
Tun co-partner ' . , L. .
twcenPEARc,' -"P' elfnSb0
,vaarj i TucKEVias been
chased Tucker having pur
uls pars ier8 interest, in-
. . t0 c'-y o a business at the
old stand,
Tar
dry goods
and grocory es
W. Wilcox,, at
supplied "with
jusument vi o.
. 1 A - T
Hamden, is well
general assortment othe necessa
ries of life. And the assortment
is the best.
W. C. Gould has Bold thO Wash
Ington C. H. llegister and Advocate
to Messrs. H. II. Simmons, of
,1 W V V...-u,.v p Vi,.,riiio Vile
Mrs. Stephens' Nuw Novel.
"Lord Hope's Choice," Mrs. Ann
Stephens' new Novel, is in press,
and will be published iu a few days
by T. B. Patterson St Bro.'s, Phila
delphia, Pu. It is said to bo the
best book that this popular Ameri
can Authoress has yet written.
"Lord Hope's Choico" will bo issued
in a lage duodecimo volume, uni
form with Mrs. Ann S. Stephens'
eighteen other works, and will be
for sale at all the book stores at the
low price of$l 75 in cloth, or $1 50
in paper cover; or copies will be
sent by mail.to any place, post-paid,
by the publishers, on receipt of the
price of the work in a letter to them.
The new novels just published by
this well known house,. "Woman's
Wrong," by Mrs. Eiloart, "The
Mysterious Guest," by Miss Eliza
A. Dupuy," "The Artist's Love," by
Mrs.' Southwarth, "Treason at
Home," by Mrs. Grcenough, tho
new Illustrated Edition ol "The
Count of Monte-Cristo," "The
Greatest Plaguo of Life," and the
Illustrated . Edition of "Beautiful
Snow," etc., are especially good, and
are' having largo sales, and should
be read by all.
May Term of Court. The May
Term of Court of Common Pleas
begins on Monduy, May Uth, 1873.
G. W. Holland, Clerk of the Coun
ty, Courts, has furnished us with
the names of the gentlemen who
have been summoned by Sheriff
Kaler, to appear as Grand and
Petit Jurors.
The names of the Grand Jurors
are as follows :
J. J. Speakman, J. R. Lantz, John
Humphrey, Lewis Devault, John
Collins, L. S. Payne, George Brown,
S. B. Ullom, Jonathan Ray, Wm.
Ogle, J. W. Raunells, David Hawk,
George Crow, T. M. Bay and Henry
Yaplc.
The following are the names of
Petit Jurors.
Uri M. Green, Thomas Magee,
G. W. Johnson, Joshua Wood, Geo.
Rhinehart, Wm. Clark, A. H. 'Pur
vey, Jeremiah McLaughlin, M. II.
Walker, Thomas Vance, Harrison
Lylo and James G. Cox.
Fire. In this quiet little village,
last Saturday evening, about nine
o'clock.the citizens were aroused by
the alarm of fire it being the con
tents of two lamps, which were
dropped by a couple of hired girls,
that were employed at the Hulbert
House. The story is as follows :
As the girls were about to retire for
me mguc, iney went to tneir room
and in attempting to throw down
the covers, were surprised to find
the bed occupied ; and, without ma
king any inquirers fled at a rapid
rate dropping the lamps as. they
were making their way through the
door. No damage of any conse
quence was done.
The scarcity of money ia in a
great measure, caused by sending
away to other towns and cities for
articles that can be found just as
good and cheap at home. If you
wish a very fine picture of yourself
or friends, do not be deluded into
the belief that you can do better by
going to Chillicothe, Cincinnati.and
other plaoes, without first calling
on C, J, Billinohurst of McArthur.
No, artist has a better reputation
fur doing good and honest wort , and
nothing In the picture Hue i8' too
difficult for hirn to undortak e. See
his advertisement,
snow, snow on Friday, April
25th ! Did anybody look for it ?
Two ti'rnejidous 8now storms in one
1 One of them appeared in
"the forenoon about noon" aud
u.ii in . ii i i
' 'h
noon i" Thev were verv near
. j - to
gether. Ask Tony how far apart
they were.
Some editors want a S'cate Con
vention of editors and publishers
held in Columbus in M ay or June,
for "business purposes purely. The
new postage law, o;8 it relates to
county newspapers, is to form the
chief object of consideration. ' If
held, we will a.tteud, for one.
Wooster Demoo rat.
And Ve will -attend, for another.
a
The "gum shoe man" is in this
locality at loast you would have
thought so if you could seen
couple of young ladies "breaking"
for their doors, last Sunday even
ing, as an individual approached
them in a brisk pace. Oh ! how
frightened.
Half a pound of shotjudicially ad
ministered to saucy Tom and other
cats,and to the "new crop of "sooner"
purps, at this season of the year,
will bear fruit in increased hours
slumber throughout the summer,
Shot can be procured at the hard
ware stores.
Temperance Lecture. In his
erarid.tour of Ohio, James. W.
Barnes will lecture on the Noble
County Temperance Reform, atMc
Arthur, Ohio, on Friday evening,
May 2d, at 7$ o'clock P. M.
S.
I ii u reputation of Messrs. Gil-
man, AVaiid & Co., as bridge build
ers, is too well established to call
for any recommendation from its
I he plans and specifications are
drawn, by O. ,W. Gilman and the
work is superintended by him. The
people nro perfectly satisfied with
all the bridges erected by this firm.
The bridge now in course of con
struction across Elk Fork, near the
residence of Mrs. Robbins, one
mile east of town, we think the best
they have yet erected substan
tially built upon a solid foundation.
The cover which is being put upon
it will add greatly to its convenience.
The approach on the west end will
extend across the low ground above
the high water mark; and the bed
of the road leading up tho creek
will be reconstructed. The im
provements about that dangerous
ford will receive tho highest praise.
The Board of County Commis
sioners convened at the Auditor's
oillce, on Tuesday afternoon, April
29th, for the purpose of receiving
proposals for the building three
bridges. Present : Patrick Kel-
ley, Washington Keeton, J. B.
Martin, Commissioners; and W. W.
Belford, Auditor, and Clerk of the
Board. A number of bids were
opened, and contracts were award
ed as follows :
Bridge in Brown townshiiJ. to G.
W. Pilcher, at $1,450.
Bridge in Clinton townsb.ii). to
R. D. Edwards, at $1,275.
Bridge iu Knox townshin. to G.
R. Bell, at $793.
The Board adjourned this morn
ing.
Richard Craig, County Survey
or, is being assisted in the official
duties of tho office by S. C. Stein
iikook, formerly Surveyor of this
county. They have been engago-d
in different parts of the county du
ring the past few days. Mr. St.ein
brook ia an excellent Survercr and
everybody are pleased with his
work. Last week they were Sur
veying town lota m 'the village of
Hamden, for L. S. Payne and JonN
P. Ohmer, which will be placed on
record as new auditions to the town
ofllamdeu.
At the last examination of teach
ers the following named persons re
ceived certificates:,
or eighteeen months. W. R.
Sage.
For twelve monhts. Miss E. A.
Mace, N. C. Darst and Miss Lizzie
Bartlett.
For six months. Miss Edith
Hays, Eliza Mitckell. Mary Hun
ter, Doba Snyder and W. S. Mar-
TINDILL.
The disciples of Isaak Walton
are on tho "war path." Tony will
escort them to the creek, set their
poles, and prevent them from falling
into the deep. Isaak Walton
ought to have lived natil this day,
so he could have read the writings
of Tony "fishing in the deep."
TnE large quantity of rain t'nat
has fellen in this vicinity divring
the last few days, retarded fanning
considerably. At present t'no w earn
er, is damp, raw, gloomy, cttsajreea
ble, &c. Hope there will "bo a "let
p" soon.
Wm. Gold, of the flnji of J. & W.
Gold, Nurserymen an.d Fruit Grow
ers, has sold his residence on. North
street, in this town, to Paris IIor
ton, proprietor of the Furniture
manufactory, fo? $1,000.
"Them ar' eleven acres which
cost Tony, an even $500 is about to
be improved by the aforesaid Tony.
A buildip.g site has been selected.
Tony p,aya it is between two black
BtlV
nps.
The communication
of "Willing
to Learn" will appear next week,
DIED.
a
of
WINTERS. On Thursdnr morninfr, April
S4.1H73, itt tho Jailor's dwelling, Mrs. Cynthia
J.WINTKR8, Wll'oof S. H. WINTKH8, Hged 'i$
years, 1 mouth aiultl9day.
Tho dcccaned was the oldoat daughter ofS.
D. Ullom of McArthur, and loavei a heart
strlckon husband and an Infant. Tho funeral
took place on Haturday morning.
O'KEEFFE. On Thursday morning. April
84, 1HTS, in McArthur, Mrs. CathakinK
(I tlKKPFK. Wllf OI t'ATKICK U'H.IKri'E, BgOll
S!7 yours, 10 months and 84 days.
Mrs. O'Kkkffb was born In Ireland, and
came to this country when she was Ave years
of age. She was married on the 18th of Decem
ber, 1805. She was loved by nil who knew her.
Hor departure has loft a groat vacancy in the
family and social virclo; a vacancy which no
ourthly object can 1111. Ilor funeral oocuired
on Saturday, at Znlcsltl, and was largoly at
tended.
A D AMS No vein her 4th, 1873, attor a brief
ii menu oi ouu wuok, in jirucKonriugo, Mis
souri, Mrs. Tof.LV Ann Adamu, in tho 77th
your of hor age.
Uodsnld: "It Is ouough, come up higher."
She united with tho Methodist church thtrty-
tlireo years ago, and until tits day of hor
death was actively Monti (led with it. She was
a native of the State of Connecticut; from
thence, with her husband, they wont tq tho
State of Now York, where they rosidod for a
number of years. About thirty years, ago
they romovod to Cleveland, Ohio, where she
mourned tho loss of hoi- husband, who dlod
suddenly by that dread disease, cholera, which
occurred during the great cholera year. Mrs.
A. coutlnod her resldonce in CI eveland until
rltli In a few months of hordeath. She dlod
hllo upon a yllt to her children in Kansas
and Missouri. How oft wore her children
constrained to say l
Such beautiful, beautiful hands I 1
Though heart wore weary ami sad,
Those patient hands kept tolling ou ...
. . That children might )m) glad.
I almost wept, as looking back
i To childhood's distant day, -I
think how tliosu hands rested not ,
When mine were at their pluy.
But O, boyond this shadowy damp, "
Where all Is bright and fair.
1 know full woll those ilmr old hands
Wlll.nJllllli Af Vlitiiu hn
Si. O. SWIPT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
MY STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
SMALL WAKES,
HOSIERY,
I1LANK BOOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
"W J T 3Lm PAPER,
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
S. C.
3.8731
SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
MARRIED.
R'JHS C'OOK-On tho 17tli of April, 1873, nt
iiTsnuwo 01 uiu oiiii'iiiiiiiK mourner, in
Zuleski, by Rov. K. N. NicholH.of tho M. K.
(.'Iiurcli. Mr. (J. Newton Ross and JIIhs 8a
hau E. Cook, botli of Vinton county, Ohio.
ROnniNS-MoVEY-On tho mil of March,
1873, nt tho residence of tho uvlilo's mother,
- by Rov. E. N. Nichols, of tho M. 10. Church,
Mr. John V. Roihiins nnd jMIsbSIautha W.
McVky, both of Vlntou county, Ohio.
OHAV-IIAWK-On Sunday, Apiil27th, 1S78,
uiu runiuunru oi iir, moitikoii, two miiVH
oiithwcstof McArthur, by Eld. A. K, Front,
of tho CbriHtiun Church, Mr. John (Hian
and Miu. Emzaukth A. Hawk, both of this
town.
COLVIJf RATCLIFF At tho M. E. Church
m.mcKKon, unio, on tnelMli iiiHt., by Rev.
.1. K. HOWOrfl, Ml'. KUKUR K. COLVO
rIN UUll
M1M8 J'jM M A i'J. UATCLIKF.
Special Notices.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlautio & Pacific
Railroad Company offors 1,200,000 bcms of land
In Contra', and South-west Missouri, at from
to t IS per aero, on seven years' time, w.'thfreo
transportation from St. Louis to all pu.tchns-
cif. climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding socio '.y In
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits nnd flowers. For particulars addre s A.
Titck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. f.-ly
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, nnd thousands more aro turn
ing their eyes towards new homes in t'no fer
tile West. To those going to Missoui 1, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend
a cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis, over the Missouri laclflo Railroad,
which runs Its lino Day Coaches and Pullman
Sleepers from St. Louis to principal prints in
tho West, without change Wo belle vo that
the Missouri Pacitlo Railroad has t he best
track and the llnest and safest equipment
any lino west of the Mississippi, and its connections
with roads farther West 'are prompt
nnd reliable. Tho Texas connection of this
road is now completed, nnd passengers are
offered a first-clnss, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, eithor over tho Missouri,
Kinsas & Texas It. R. via S'ldnlJa, or over th
Atlntlo & l'acillo R. R, via, Vlnitn. For
mnpsv tf mo tables, information as to rntcs,
routes, &c., wo rofor our readers to 8. II.
Thorn pson, Eastern Pnsscngo r Agent, Columbus.
( hio, or E. A. Ford, G-eiicr.il Passenger
Agen t, St Louis, Mo. Quest ious will bo cheer
fully and promptly answer-cd. ' 1-ly
Tn epi'rkbt andbwekthiitCod-LinkbOii.
Is II azurd & Caswell's, made on the sen-shore,
froi n flush, solectod livers, bj ' Hazard, Caswoll
., NevYork. It Is nbs dutcly puek and
swikt. Pa tieuts who have o nco taksu it, pre
fer it to all others. Physicians have decided
itsirporlor to ay of the otUorollsin the mar
ko. 4w
YpsilanTI, Mien, l'eu.,'72.
Wo havo used Boymor, Bauman Co.'s
Lead In our own fouslnoss for two years, in
connection with -.oinny other leads, and wo
recommend It, and giuiranttt U pinonally to
ht Strictly Pure. Any person finding t.'io least
adulteration In this paint will receive fifty
dollars by calling at our onlco. For tho grati
fication of any person doubting tho superiority
of this lead, wo will forward a package to the
noted chemist, Dr. DolUeld, for analysis, and
if ourstntomcnt does not prove triwowlll
pnint that person's houso free of all expense
to hlin, and with any paint ho may deslro.
EDWARDS 4 COOPER, uld'l.
A CAttD. AClorgymun. while residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe aud simslo romcdy for tho euro of nerv
ous weakness, aarly decay, disease of tho
urinary and somtnal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought ou by banoful and
vlo'ous hvablts. Great numbers havo boon
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to bcuioflt tho afflicted and unfortunato,
I will sondlJie receipt for preparing and using
this mediclme, In a sealed envelope, to any ono
who needs 10, fret of Charge Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
St fit Ion T, lllble Houso, N. Y. City.
March IB, 1 B78 v7,nl0.
To the Su Bering. The Rov.Wm. II. Nor
ton, whilo res ldlng In Brazil as a Missionary,
discoverod In that land of mcdicinos a remedy
for Consump tion. . Sorofula, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, . Asthma, and Nervous Weak-
nass. This re mcdy has cured myself after all
other modiclrics had failed.
Wishing to benefit the suffering, I will send
the recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to nil who desire it, Free of Charge.
Please send an onvelopo, with your uamo
and address on it. Addruss,
Rov. WM. 11. NOUTON,
076 Broadway. New York City.
March 19, 1878 v7,nl0.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to Q. W. Slsson's.
For Flue Porfumory, go to Slsson's Drug
Stora.
The nest Plnco. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quconswaro, Glassware, Notions, Ac,
cum bo hud at Davis Dunoau's Store, In Za-
leskl, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of ovary
description taken in exuhungo for goods,
bis storo. In connection with bis store he ban
Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything In that Hue on short notice and at
low figures. Go and soo him. tf
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
For Pure Drugs and Mediclnos, go to 81s-
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Five Hundred Thonsand.-500,000 bottles
of Ureeue's August Flower havo beon sold
this State In throo months. We only ask you
to go to tho drug stores of Running or Slsson
MoArthnr, Ohio, aud got a bottle rat of charge
or a regular size at 75 cents. Every bottlo
warranted to ouro Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick ' headache, Costlveness, Heart
burn, Wtttorbrash, Snur Stomach, Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It .. Q. G. GREEN, Proprietor, ,
Columbus, Ohlov
Dr. N. J , Bowers, Dentist, MoArthnr,
Settlement Notice. All persons knowing
thomselves Indebted to tho firm of Richmond
& Huns', aro requested to call Immediately
Legal Notices.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Thomas A. Martin and 1 Beforo Honry
Lcde&ma Mintiu, prffs, 1 Payno, Justice of
ngulust - f the Peace for Elk
David B.Shivel, deft. J township, Vinton
county, unio.
On the 7th dnr of Anrll. 1873. said Justice
Issued an order of attachment in tho above
action for tho sum of seventeen dollars and
forty cents ($17.40). Thin cause will bo for
hearing on tho ilUth day of May, 1873, at 10
o'clock A. ii.
April 80, 1873. 10-o8w
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Horace Redd, plaintiff, )
ngninsc
David li. hhivel. defendant)'
Before Henry I'nvne. Justice of the Poaco
for Klk township, Vinton county, Ohio.
On tho 12th day of April, 1873, said Justice
issued an order of attachment in tho above
action for the sum of twelve dollars and sixty
cents (tlS.fiOI. This cause will ha for honrinu-
on tho SOtli day of May, 1878, at 1 o'clock p. it.
i,i.l XII lkTl 111.,.'..,
ROAD NOTICE.
Notico is hereby griven that a nMltlnn will
bo i)rosontod to tho Hoard of Commissioners
of vlntou county, Ohio, nt their next regular
session In Juno, 1873, praying for the location
anil establishment of a County Road along the
iiinun iug uuncriucu rouio, ill ivnox township,
Vinton county, to-wit:
Commencing where Jasper Hobo's east linn
crosses tho Bubo road, and thence south with
said lino to the foot of tho hill; thence the
nearest aud best way across tho lands of Jns.
per Bubo and lands of I'utnnm, to a stake at
tho cornor of the orchard Held of R. B. Mc
(ionngle's lands; thenco across said lands
near the stable to a stuko nt tho lower corner
of tho hill field; thence the nearest and best
way across iium Known ns tno unna land, to
intersect the road formerly laid out from Coe's
Mill to tho Lentncr llridgo at the end of Hi.
rain Wilson's lane, and there tn end.
JUA.il risi'ITIOKEHS.
April 83, 1873 4t
PROBATE NOTICE.
ALLEN BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notico is hereby given that Mrs. Caroline
Bull, as Executrix of the will of Geomo Dull.
dccensed.wlio was Administrator of the estate
of Allen Hull, deceased, has filed the account
of said Administrator, for final settlement
with said Allen Hull's estate: and the same
is set for hearing on tho 15th uav of Mav, 1873,
at 10 o'clock A.M. II. B. MAYO.
April i!2, '73.-ap23.4t, Probate Judgo.
NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notlro Is hereby given that Henry Dudle
snn, as Guardian of Elizabeth J., Margaret,
Mary Ellen and Samuel Dutclier, lias filed his
several accounts for 11 nnl settlement with the
snhl Elizubelli J. Dim her, and for partial set
tlement with his other snid wards; nnd the
same are sevcrnllv set for hearing on the 10th
day of May, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. M.
II. B. MAYO,
April 10, 1873. it Probate Judge.
PROBATE NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
hereby given -mnn,
Administrator, with tho will annexed,
of tho estate of W. Harrison Black, deceased,
has filed his account with snid estate for final
settlement, and that the sumo is sot for hear
ing on the 1st day of Mav, 1H78, at 10 o'clock
A. M. 11. 11. MAYO,
Apr9-4t Probate Judgo.
COURT.
HENRY C. SMITH'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notico is hereby given that Bartholomew
Tutmnn as guardian of Mary E. aud Joseph
E. Smith, minors, has filed Ins nccounts with
said wards, severally, for partial settlement;
and that tho snmo are set for hearing on the
3d day of May next ensuing, nt 10 o'clock A.M.
apru-4G 1I.I1.DIJV1U,
Probate Judge.
—OF—
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
WHKHEA8, It appears from the records In the
Auditor's ofllco of Vlntou county, Ohio, thnt
tho A udltor of said county, alter due notice
having been given, snid, on the 811th day of
Jaunnry, 1H66, tho following School Lands,
to-wit: The South-west quarter of Seotlon
sixteen (10.1 Townshin number nine (0.1
Range sixteen (1(1,) Timothy R. Stanley be
coming the purchaser of said lauds at said
sale; and
W AKitKAfl, It appours from snid records that
moro Hum twelve months have elapsed since
tho Gili iinynient of the purchase prlco of
said lauds have hecomo due, and that said
snid Oth payment, and all other subsequent
payments, still remain unpaid.
Notico Is theroforo given that, In pursuance
of tho 15th section of "An act to regulnto tho
sale of School Lands, and tho surrender of
pursuant leases thereto, passed April 1ft, 18M,"
I will oiler said lands for sale, with all the
improvements thereon, (If any) at tho door of
the Court House, in said county, to tho high
est and best blddor therefor in cash, at one
o'clock, p. ni., on the 2d dnyof May, A. l.,
1873. No bid will be entertained for leas than
I1H3,T5, which amount is necessary to pay the
jiurchaso money due tho bfnto, and expenses
Incident to this sale.
W. W. BELFORD, Aud'r Vinton Co.,0.
March SO, 1878-Ow
ELIXIR do LONGUE TIE,
Ok FimNnit Lonq-mvkd IliTTicua, have been
used in Franco (or mare than 100 years, and
nrcnotr being Introduced Into this country.
They aro composed of Veiretahlo extracts and
HruuuniK'iutt iui uiu im iiicmiuu vi wiu uiuum,
thus preventing ns well as cuWntji'nearly all
diseases to which the human system Is liable.
f..- 1.1. ...II..- C
Ann blood mirlflcr. anil as a nromnttr of luna
life, thev aro believed to ho uucqunlcd. Prlco
60 cts. nor hqttlo. We wish to Introduce them
Into this section, and deslro an enorgetlo
Agent, In whom liberal terms will be oll'urod.
A. W. DKBPAKD A CO.. Sole A rents. No. 44
Codnr street, N. II. eaw-16-lm
The Groat Lightning Ink Eraser.
Kbr Instantly removing Ink from paper, cot
ton, i'Uieii, 4c, without injuring or soiling tho
rubric. It does away with nil scratching
whore mistakes are made, and removes blots
iMUmtan.wty. It should bo on tho desk of
every lawyer, book koeper and teachor, and
as It not only removes ink spots hut also fruit
stains and iron rust, every fumily nnodi It.
It is put up handsomely, and sold at SO cents
nor cnae. Aukntb wanted to Introduce It
everywhere. 11. U. HUTCHINSON, Htntlon
or, 44 Maiden Lane, N. Y. ew-15-lin
Horsemen.
JJORSEMEN, ATTENTION!
,
O.
iv aTii o E '
TW l.EXINUTON. dnm DUGATOONnY
WAONBK,wlllninkeUiesoaonoriKI8 at the
itnhloof tho subscriber, In Porter, tiallia Co.,
(Hi In: will be at tho liable of Dr. Cline. In
Wlllieuville, Vltiton couintv, Ohio, every al
ternate woek. Will stand for ninres at 25.U0
tnr common, for1 thoroughbreds $50.00 to in
sure
Iff m at h pies
-A.T-
JOHN W. WILCOX'S
OHeap Oo,q2x Store,
HAMDEN, - - - " OHIO.
"A penny saved Is a penny enmed," and you can save dollars by purchasing your Sp y"
and summer goods at tho CIlftAP CASH STORE. If you haven't the cash, bring produce
and get a big price for it, and your goods at cash prices.
Ladles Laved Gaiters, good , nly 1.35. Ladles Laced Gaiters, 1.60. Ladies
Laced Gaiters, best Custom Hade, 18-Th wad
Lasting;, Only U.3S.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHOES.
Ladles', Gmts', Boys' Misses' and Children's, lino, heavy and medium, of all stylos, and
cheaper thh j ever before brought to this market. A fine assortment of
Dress Q-oods, Hose, Grloves,
Embroideries, Edgings, Parasols, Fichis 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 12tc BEST COFFEE
ONLY 25c.
My Stock of CLOTHING Cannot be Beat Any Place.
Tho cheapest lot of Fine Blue and Dahlia CLOTH CO ATS Sacks and Frocks, eyor offered
in thbt market. A large stock of Fancy Cassimere PANTS AND VESTS. HAlSftCAlS
in endless variety.
COME ONE! COME ALL! COME EVERYBODY!
March,,,. Jolm W. Wilcox.
1
T. A. MARTIN.
Desire to say to
general, that
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively Sell Goois 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
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.
L. DES MARTIN.
their friends and customers, and the public in
they have now in store a splendid stock of
ARE
fliai m House in Vinton County !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT I
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
and sold at the Market Prices!
to town, and we guarantee you
1
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMF BVEI3
O .A. 33 1 3NT 33 T O 3L G- Ji. 1ST S
-AND-
GRAND COMBINATION ORGAN S,
FITTED WITH TIIE NEWLY INVENTED ,
SCRIBNEK'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention having a most Important bearing on the fnturo reputation of Hood Instru
ments, by tho unoof which the quantity or Volunio of tone is very largoly lncroaswl, and tho
quality of the tono rendered .
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the Same Capacity!
. m m i
Oiir celebrated " Vox Celeslo," Louis Patent." Vox Humana," " Wilcox Patent, " Octavo
Coupler, the charming " Cello" or " Clarinet" Stops, and
ALL TUB LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only In those Organs.
PIlK-KMINi:NT FOU PUItlTY OF TONE. - . .
, EVEUT INSTRUMENT FULLY WAHBANTED. ' .
THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP. ; - '
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE UN EQUALED.
; THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES FOR PAULOIt CUUUCH.
3Parioos, : - - $so to ciso p
, FACTORY. AND WAREROOMS,
Corner Sixth nnd Congress SU.. Detroit, MicI.
urtwa'wnim-U'in'"
Time Tables.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Itonte to the National Capl-
On find a ftni .1 .. . v.... 1 tr n, 1 .. ..
will run as follows:
KASfVVAIU)7
Vln'uatl
Xmpreee
Lin
Expreet
Depart
Parkershurg
hurir
6 55 Am
i 35 Pin
0.1 "
8 8(1 "
8B5 "
fl40Pm
OS.) A m
651 "
820
SW, "
10 00
1 20 Pm
410 "
Ciiniuerliiiiu.
8 44 Am
1 12 Pm
445
5 05
825 "
Hiiriiers I'errv
Washington June.
.... Arrive
Iliiltiinore
Washington
Philaileliihia
New York
10 no "
S 35 Am
815 "
1324 Fa
V'ESTWAHD,
Icnart.
New Yori
12 80 Pm
ISM Am
fiWAra
11 6 I'm
flMPnv
400 Am
8 00 Put '
8 50 AW
930 -
Philadelphia
Washington
Bnltimoro
6 45 I'm
8 00 "
8 SO "
800 "
405AU1
4 25
59 "
10 8-i
645 "
Arrive
Washington Juno.
turner's Kerry,..
13 (Ml Pm
iao4
Cumberland
5 00 "
3 45 Am
1100
Parkerwburg
Pullman Palace Drawing Booialeeplnr Can,
Which are as comfortable, elegantly furnlsbed
im iuiubv viiint w m urv-Biuu. Ml
trains from Cincinnati to Bitltlinore an4
WaHhington, beobchcdule of Cincinnati anil
Marietta Uuiirnad for time of arriving and de
parting from McArthur.
The advantages of this route over all other
Is, that it gives all travelers holding through
tickets tho privilcgo of visiting Baltimore
Philadelphia, and the National C apitol free. '
Time quicker and rates of fare lower than
by another route.
The sccnory along this Railway Is not
erjuallod for graucleuron this Continent.
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
Tills lino offors superior Inducements the
rates being ono-tlilril lower to and from Bos
ton, New York, or any other custom point.
In ordering roods of any description from the
Kant give directions to ship via Baltimore
Ohio It. It., and in shipping East give same di
rections. Freights shipped by this route will
have despatch, and be handled with care aud
sure 8hiiporsmuch money.
N. GUILFORD.
Gen. Freight Ag't Baltimore.
L. M. COLE.
Gen. Ticket Ag't Baltimore.
Gen. Ticket Ag't Baltimore. S. B. JONES,
Gen. Pass. Ag't Cincinnati.
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On and after Monday, May SStli, 1871, Ki-
f reng Trains will leave Columbus and Creat
ine nud arrive at points named below as fol
lows: Stations. No. 2. No. 4. No. 6.
Columbus.. ..11:10 a.m. 4:10 p.m.
2:35 1
crest lino ia:nu p.m. n:xo
Cleveland.... 8:45 t:45
-4:50
7:80 '
iMOo.l
4:40
6:05
1:80 a.l
11:00
6:40
ItmTulo 10:30 4:10
Niagara F'ls 7:00 a. m. 6:45 a.m.
Rochester... 1:80 7:05
Albany 9:45 2:00 p.m.
Boston 5:'J0n. m. 11:20
N.Y. City... 8:80 6:30
Crcstlino . .. .12:45 p. 111. 6 :35 p.m.
8:35 a.m.
8:45 p.m.
8:40 a.m.
nusimrgn.. w:aa i:zoa.ni.
narrisDurg . cm n. m. u:za
Hnltinioro... 10:40 2:40 p.m.
Wiwhington. 1:10 p. m. 6:25
Pliiladulphiall :15 a, m. 8:15
7:00
Crestline ....11:30p.m. 7:45p.m. 6:55a.m.
Fort Wayne.. 5:80a. m. 1:15a.m. 11:25
Chlongo 12:10 p.m. 7:20 6HWp.m
No. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m
him u Through Car via Delaware for Spring.
Held, reaching Spring-Held without change at
7:20 p. in.
J ruin Jo. x, on mo tfliiimims tc iiocsing
Vnllcy Itailrond connect with No. 4 train.
Through Tickets for snle at Athens.
i'ASsufiUKK tkai.ns returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:80 a. m., 11:15 a. m., and 2:50
a. in.
Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
on All Trains.
No. 6 leaving Columbus at S:S5 a. m., on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
both Ki le nnd Now York Central Railways,
arriving at New York ou Monday morning at
6:10a,in.
For particular Information In regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc, to all
points East, West. North and South, amilv to
E. Ohio.
S. FLINT. Gen. Sup't.
JAS. PATTERSON,
General Agent. Columbus, Ohio.
EUGENE FORD.
Passenger Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to Lakes and the North
west.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY,
Pcnnrt Denart
Athens 0:80 a.m. 2:15 p.m.
Arrive Arrive.
Columbus 9:50 a. m. 5:40 p.m.
Cleveland 3:55 p. m. 7:80 a. m.
Pittsburgh 8:15 " 2:20 a.m.
Indiiinapoll 0:25 " 8:40 " i
Chicago 0:80 a. m. 8:45
Acnia ix:iup. in, :iop.m.
Davton 1:10 " 8:45 "
Springlleld 1:30 " 8:08 " ,
Clone connect inn made at Lancaster for Clr
clevillc, .anesville and all points on ihe Cin
cinnati aud Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections niado at Columbus for
Dayton, Spriugllold, Indianapolis, Chicago
and all points West. Also, for Clevelaud,
BulTiilo, Pittsburgh, nnd all points East.
Tnlio tho Hocking Valley and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest; it ia the
shortcut by sixty-six miles, giving passengers
the benefit of quickor time aud lower rates
than by any other line.
.1. W. DOHEKTV, Sup't.
E. A. BuELL, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
This is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
Tlio Great Through Mall aud Express Pe
songer Lino to St. Louis. Kunsas City, St. Jo
seph, Denver, San Francisco, and all points la
Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.- . .
Tho shortest and only direct route to In
iliniiapolis, Lafnyotto, Torre Hauto. Cam
bridge Citv. Springilold, Peoria, llurllngtoa,
Chicugo, Milwaukee, SU Paul, and all points)
In the Northwest.
Tho Indianapolis, Cincinnati A Lafayette
Railroad, with its connections, now offore
pusHcngcrs more facll i tics In Through Coaoa
and Sleeping Cur Service thnn any other line
from Cincinnati, having the advantage of
Through Daily Curs from Cincinnati to St,
lx)ul8, Kansiu City, St. Joseph, Peoria, Bur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all Intermediate
points, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts and accommodations as are
afforded by no other route.
Through Tickots and liuggago Checks to alt
points.
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:80 a. m., 8:00 p.
ni.,niid 9:00 p.m.
Tickets can bo obtained nt No. 1 Tlurnel
Houso, corner Third and Vine, Public Land
ing, corner Main and It Ivor; also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets. Cincinnati.
Ho gnre to puri'haDo tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati A LnfoycUe Itailrond.
G. L. IIAHH1NGKR,
Mauler Transportation, Cincinnati.
C.K. LOUD, .,
Chief Ticket Clurk. Cincinnati. '
Medical-
A LECTURE
i
Young Men.
Jwt Published in a Sealed Envel
ope. Price Six Cents.
A locturo on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical euro of HpcrniaUirrhnca or Bcinlitii,!
Wenkness, Involiinliiry EiuIhsIoiis, Hexunl
Debility, and Impediments to nuiri ingo gen
erally; Nervousness, ( oiisuiiiptioii, Kpilcpny
and frits; Mental and Physical lnca(uu'itv, re
sulting from HiilC-iiluiKo. etc. -Iy ItOHRilV J,
CIILVKKWKLL, M.D., author of tho "Orern
Book," &e.
The world-renowned author, In this admira
ble lecture, eionriy prove lioin nisowiiei-.
pjii lcnce that tho awful ciiiiNeiuinccs of 4;tfr
abune may bo eflectuully removed wiihmit
mwliclnes, and wllliout danuerous nniuii-..!
.operutlons. bougies, InHtriiuienls, ringn oy int.
dials, polntingoiit a mode of cure at once nr.
tninanu ciuhiiiiu, uy wmrii every sulleivr,
no matter what bis condition uuiy bo, may
riirebliiisell'Wienply, privately and iiuHrally
This lecture will pmvo n boon lo tliouniiinlii
ami r.nouaini.
Kent, under seal, to liny ndilreiis, In a plain,
scnlod onvelopv, on tho rerehit of tlx run u, ot
two postngo stiuniw. Aloo, l)r. Culvorw (ill's
'Marriage Guide," price B0 cent. Aildn-.s
tliepiibllnhets.
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