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MCAIITIIUR ENQUIliEU
J. W. BOWEN, Kdlto. and Proprietor.
MoAUTHUlt, OHIO,
MAY 7. 181.1.
J. BOWEES,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MoARTHUTl, OHIO.
NO BUSINKiW 1)0X10 OS SATURDAYS,
Some persons' are ' (ilwuys busy,
yet ncc'oinplish nothing.
Some of our citizens should look
to their brolicn down fences.
' SiiNu'in your orders for job
printing. . v;,'
The Y. M. C. A. has moved their
room in the Dana building, Mniu
street.
Under the game laws of Ohio,tho
duck season is closed, until Septem
ber 1st.
The bridge across Elk Fork
creek, one mile east of town,
has been completed.
The Democracy of Mercer
county, 0., hold their County
Convention, June 7th.
M - S
The fanners tell us that the
wheat prospects are good notwith
standing the continued cold, damp
weather.
. In Logan, Saturday, April; 26th,
was the celebration of the 57th an
niversary of the Odd Fellowship, in
America.
Mr. St. Burkley, of Chillicothc,
was in our village last week, looking
as pleasing and as happy as 4i snow
man, after a thaw.
Moyor Johnson, of Cincinnati,
last Saturday, issued an order sup
pressing the Sunday night variety
performances, over the Rhine.
J. F. Towiai., Portsmouth, Ohio,
oilers to merchants a superior
stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on the most favorable terms. ' 8-ly.
Tijkrk is a young man in the
village, who really wants to
many, lie is rich and gay.
Take him girls.
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The Driving Park Associa
tion of Lancaster, Ohio, an
nounce a series of races on the
3d, 4th, 5th, aiidCth of June. .
George Ntinciicomii, formerly a
compositor in this office, has started
a daily paper in Plattsmouth, Cass
county, Nebraska. We wish you
success, George.
Urn,
In Cincinnati, the beer-war is
fairly on. "Three cents per glass,"
is the cry of the reducers. Up to
the present time, the Enquirer re
ports no blood shed.
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Early "Rose Potatoes. Egbert
Bowen, at tho Bowen House, Zu
leski, has a choice lot of Early Rose
Potatoes, suitable for planting, for
Bale. Price -75 cts per bushel. .
Solomon Howard, D. D., late
President of the Ohio University,
Athens, Ohio, intends removing to
the Pacific const. This change is
to be mado in consequence of ill
health.
Rags, Old Books, etc. Save all
your Rags, Old Books, Old Blank
Books, old Newspapers, pamphlets,
ect., and bring them, in good condi
tion, to us. and we will exchange
with you. '
i
Don't forgot ! those who want
work in the printing line to call at
our oHlco and examine our speci
men of job work. Wo have the fa
cilities for doing tho best work in
tho State.
Tub villaga council, at their meet-
.Aug ou JUonday night last, directed
tho Marshal to enforco the dog
tax ordinance. If tho tax is not
paid, down comes tho worthless
purps, and down they ought to come.
Those desiring a choico assort
ment of the best variety of Sweet
Potato, Tomato and Cabbage
plants, should send orders to A. L.
Wood, Webstor, Scioto county, 0.
Seo advertisement, elsewhere, In
this paper. . ; , ' .
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Wk hope that the friends of tho
Sunday School causo will not for
get tho Convention at llrtmden,
Friday and Saturday, 9th nud 10th.
Prof. OoEN,of Bcllefontalno, O.llas
promisod to bo present to head the
miibio. Come out and hear a rich
musical feast - ",;
... ' mm-my-m m .
On Thursday last, May 1st, nn
oloctiori was hold in this village for
Street Commissioner, to flU 'tho va
vimcy caused by tho resignation of
Isaac Reynolds, which resulted on
follows r " ; -
rm. Dowd... 59
JtoWfc Sage. . , . . t . . 62
O.W, Pearce.;. ........ . ...... '6
J, J. Suockey. .1, . . . . . . . 1 5
COMMNUICATED.
Ei. Enquirer: Some time siuce,
your columns wero open for contri
butions from tho teachers and
friends of education in this county;
and on the supposition that this
will find., apluco in your paper, I
offer the following: A prominent
teacher who has recently closed a
school in Elk Township, submitted
a problem to his pupils for solution,
which was (I am informed) sub
stantially as follows: A rectangular
field contains 190 A., tho breadth
is" 80 rd. less "than the length; givo
tho length and breadth of tho field.
I'sliould not have thought of men
tioning this publicly, but I under
stand, the said teacher stated that
he didn't think there was a teacher
in the county, except Prof. Barnes
and himself, could givo tho solu
tion. . I am perfectly williag to
praB0 thoso to whom praise is due,
but J think the gentleman has
grqatly under estimated the .mathe
matical ability of many touchers of
thjs. county, therefore, with tins ex
planation, I ofTer tho following so
lution:,; LctX the length; then
X?il30tho breadth andfX-30)
X30,400 sq. rd.; or 2-r-30X
040(0; completing this equation X
2.0X-f 22530,025 extracting
l-ot 'of each member,X 15175
from which, X1M rd length of
field, and 100 rd.' 160 rd. breadth.
Now Mr. Teacher, if you ha ve" any
Jnore- problems to propose to; the
teachersuof this county, -.do it
through the columns of this paper,
publicly, and make an effort to as
certain what the otlmt teachers of
this county know; bearing in mind,
however, that- you agree to pa' a
little attention- to those submitted
to you. ' . '
WILLING TO LEARN.
There are a number of very bad
boys in this town, who do not know
how to conduct themselves when in
'company. A number of these un
governable boys were observed on
the back seats, (of course they are
ashamed to bo seen on front scats,)
during tho musical and dramatic
entertainment, at the School House
Hall, last Thursday evening. No
person was tho least surprised to
see tho boys there; they are always
to be seen at places of this kind;
and they never fail to make all
sorts of disagreeable and insulting
noises. Last Thursday night, as
usual, some of them had to annoy
the audience by whistling. They
have been kindly advised again aud
again to" close out" this disagreea
ble noise, but kindness has no effect
upon them. They are determined
to whistle whistle they must
what else can they do so as to make
themselves known? They like to
be observed and highly respected,
although they have no respect for
any person around them not even
the aged. It will, perhaps, be of
some benefit to tho boys if we aid
them slightly, as they are traveling
so fastly and determinedly along
" tho road to fame." Wo will pub
lish tho names of all the boys who
are members of this whistling band
if some one will ngreo to furnish us
with a correct list of them after each
of tho entertainments or exhibi
tions that may bo given In this town.
We should like to make an arrange
ment with our young friend, Jake
Suockey, to report for publication,
the names of the boys, who " hold
stock" in the whistling enterprise,
as ho is a good boy and never
whistles any himself. Come down
with tho names of tho disagreeable
boys, Jake! Show no partiality!
Tho names will look well in print.
-mt .
From a copy of tho Philadelphia
Enquirer, of May 2d, sent to J. G.
Swetl4nd, Jr., of this town, we
learn that another horso disease
Is threatening us. It has broken
out ia that city, New York and' in
other localities, and disables horses
ns quickly and ns decidedly as tho
late epizootic visit did. This new
phase, which is supposed to bo pno
of tho results of tho lato affection
of horses, attacks tho hoofs of tho
animals, causing swollen and ulcera
ted fetlocks, some cases becoming
so aggravated that tho hoofs drop
off enthcry, Jtmaybo attributed
in part to tho damp and trying
wonthcr of tho present backward
season.
G. W. Pearce sold his grocery, iu
Davis' building, Maiu street, to
G. W. Tuckkr; G. W. Tucker has
sold to J. J. Suockey, and tho gro
cery has been removed to tho build
ingon Logan street, whoro Arnold's
Blacksmith shop onco stood. J. G,
S wetland, Sen., who has occupied
E. D. Dodoes' building, for seven
or eight years, formerly occupied as
a 'Drug Storey on tho south-west
corner of Main and Locust streets,
Jias removed liis Family Groceries
to tho store room in Davis' build
ing, lately ' occupied by G. W.
1'kakcic. ' , i .
Last ' Sunday afternoon, four
yoijng men, who aro very fond of in
dulging In smoking fg i foar of
their parents finding It out, pur
chased a cigar apiece, and proceed
ed to tho Ucservqir tol enjoy their
treat. How aro you smokors?
wimWWiMiiiuianiiinsy "miihsww mi inwimir-;- "mmi
WILLING TO LEARN. NEW YORK WOOL MARKET.
NEW YORK, April 29.
New York, Michigan, Indiana
and Wisconsin.. Choice selected
Saxony fleece, c; Saxony fleece,
52(fi)55c; quarter blood fleece, 48
5'lc; common fleece, 4549c;
combing fleece, G570c.
Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Vir
ginia. Saxony fleece, G063c;
three-quarter and full blood meri
no, 5558c; half-blood floecc, 54
57c;. quarter-blood fleece, 535Gc;
common fleece, 4852c;- combing
fleece, G570c.
Iowa, VeiUiont and Illinois.
Three-quarter and full-blood meri
no, 5255c; half-blood fleece, 51
55c; quarter-blood, fleece, 4750c;
combing fleece, G5G7a
Missouri, Kentucky and Tennes
see. unwashed llcece,3842c; un
washed combing, 5055c.
Tun-WAsiiED Wool. Choice, 53
5Gc; fair, 5353e; inferior, and
burry, 4550c.
Pulled Wool. New York City,
extra, pulled, 45(n)50c; New York
City super pulled, 4750c; New
York City lambs, pulled, 3945c;
western super and extra, 4045e;
country extra pulled, 4550c; coun-
supcr pulled, 4753c; country
lambs pulled, 4247c.
California. Spring clip, fine, 27
32c; medium, 2025c; spring
clip, low grades and bury, 2327c;
fall clip, A. I., 2024c; fall clip,
low grades and bury, 1618.
Texas. Fine, 283Gc; medium,
283Gc; low, 2025c; inferior. 17
21c; very burry, 1519e.
Foreign Wools. Capo of Good
Hope, 3438c; Buenos Ayres me
rino and mcstiza, 2833; Montevi
deo merino and mcstiza, 3438c:
Austrian Clothing, 4555c.
Immense! Grand!
The other night wo dropped into
the Dry Goods House of Dan Will
& Bros., on Main street, in this
town, aud wero surprised to seo the
very large and splendid stock of
goods of every description, which
they have. Their stock of goods-
all new and just opened can't be
beat outside of the cities, and is
as varied and fine as you will find
in any first-class establishment of
tho kind in cities. Tho assortments
for this season of the year are really
beautiful, and of the latest styles.
Aaron Will, one of the firm, has
displayed excellent taste in tho se
lections. Their assortments of Dress Goods
Muslins, White. Goods, Lawns, fec,
is very large.
All at marvelous low prices so
low no one can complain.
GARDEN AND
FLOWER SEEDS,
FOR SALE AT THE
ENQUIRER PRINTING OFFICE.
Come and see the large assort
ment of Seeds.
Special Notices.
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic & rnclllc
Railroad Compuny oilers 1,200,000 aures of land
in Central ami Huuth-wcsl Missouri, at from 3
M12peraere,oiiBevni yenin' time, with free
transportation from St. LouIb to nil purchas
ers. Climate, soil, Umber, mineral wealth,
school;, churches, and law-ahUling society In
vito emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowers. For particulars address A.
Tl'CK, Lund Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-ly
llciyondtheMlssIssInpl. Thousands have
already gone, und thousands more are turn
ing their ayes towards new homos In tho fer
tile West. To thoso going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Callfouria, wo rocominonfl
a choup, snfo, quick and (llroct route, via St.
Louis, over tho Missouri l'aclllo Railroad,
which ruus its lino Day Coaches and Pullman
Sleepers from St. Louis to principal points in
tho West, without change We believe that
tho Missouri l'aclllo Railroad has tho best
track and tho llnest and safest equipment of
any lino west of tho Uisslsslppl, and its con
nections with roads farther West are prompt
and reliable. Tho Texas connection of this
road Is now completed, and passengers aro
offered a first-class, all-rail routo from St
Louis to Texas, either over tho Missouri,
Kansas & Texas R. It. via Sedalia, or ovor th
Atlantio A l'aclllo It. R. tin Vinita. For
maps, tlmo tables, Information as to rates,
routes, &c., wo refer our readors to S. II.
Thompson, Eastern I'asscngor Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio, or K. A. Ford, General I'assonger
Agent, Ht. Louis, Mo. Questions will bo cheer
fully und promptly answered.
TlIK 1'UHKST ANDSWKETKHTL'OD-LlNRROlL
is Hazard A Caswell's, made on the sea-shore,
from fresh, selected livors, by Hazard, Caswell
ft Co., Now York. It Is absolutely run and
BWitKT. l'atlonts who have ouuo taksn It, pre
fer it to allolliors. 1'hyslciaui havo docldcd
It superior to any of tho other oils in the mar
ket. . 4w
Yrsu.ANTi, Mio.ii, Feb., '73.
AVo liavo used Reymer, Ilaumnn A Co.'s
Lend In our own businoHS for two years, In
connection with many othor leads, and wo
recommend It, and gmrantti U ptnoiuilly to
b Strictly Pun. Any person lludlng tho least
adulteration In this paint will rocolvo. fifty
dollars by calling at ourolUce. For tho grati
fication of any porson doubting tho superiority
of this load, wo will forward a puck ago to tho
noted nhomlst, Dr. DoDleld, for analysis, and
If our statement docs not prove truo, wo will
paint that person's houso froo of nil oxpenso
to him, and with any paint ho may doslro.
KI) W AROS Jt COOl'KR, JJuM's.
A CAItD.-AClorgynian, while rosldliig In
South Amurlrn, as Missionary, discovered a
snfo and simplo remedy for tho euro of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, dlsoaso of tho
urinary and seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought 'on by baneful and
vicious hablU. Groat numbers have been
cured by this nohlo remedy. Prompted by a
desire to henelltlho nllllctod and unfortunnto,
I will send tliO!wolptforireparuignnd using
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to any one
who ueods It, AVm of Chnrqtl Addition
JOSKI'lf T. INM AN, .
' Hlallon ll, Illhlo Home, N, Y, City.
To the Siiflrliir.-.TIi8 Rev. Wrt). J, Nor
ton, while residing In Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered In that laud of medicines a remedy
for Consumption, scrofula, Sore Throat,
S. C. SWIFT,
. Chillicothe, Ohio.
MY STOCK IN UVERY DEPAItTflBUNT,
SUA IX WARES,
HOSIERY,
1ILAIVK HOOKS, ,
and
STATIONERY,
IS KO COMPLETEl
"WSlI-iXj DsP -A. X 33 HL,
OF ALL LATH STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
S. C.
D.873I
SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous, Wcak
noss. This remedy has cured myself aftor all
other medicines had failed .
Wishing to benefit tho sud'criiiR, I will send
tho rcclpo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who doslro it, Froo of Chargo.
I'lcaso send an cnvelopo, with your nnmo
and address on it. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
670 Broadway. New York City.
March 19, 1873-v7,nl0.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to O. W. Sisson's.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug
Store.
The Best Place. Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Queenswarc, Gliisswure, Notions, &o.,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, In Za
lcskt, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken In exchango for goods, at
Ills store. In connection with his store ho has
aSaddlo and Harness Shop, und will repair
anything in that' lino on short notice and at
low figures. Go and 800 him. tf
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis
son's.
Dr. N.'J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O,
Five Hundred Thousand. 500.000 hnttlnn
of Greene's August Flower have been sold in
this state In three months. Wo only ask you
to go to tho drug stores of Gunning or Sisson
McArthur, Ohio, and get a bottle w ofchargi
or a regular sizo at 75 cents. Every bottlo
warranted to euro Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costlvencss, Heart
burn, Watorhrnsli, SourHtomach, Indigestion
Impure Blood, and all diseaso caused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It. G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. N. J. Bowors, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Settlement Notice. All persons knowing
themselves Indebted to tho firm of Richmond
& Huhn, aro requested to call Immediately
and settle account, Wo cannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, and pay our
own bills. RICHMOND & HUIIN.
October 8, 1872.-W.
Public Sale.
J)UBLIC SALE. '
The undersigned having sold Ills farm, situa
ted lour miles north of McArthur, will of
for at public snle, at his residence, on
Tliursday, the 8th of May, 1873,
tho following personal property, to-wit:
One Pair Work Mules
thrco years old, good size.
Seven Head of Horses,
consisting of 1 Mare, nino years old, with a
young Colt; ono a-yenr old Mnro, und four
Colls one 2-your old, and 8 yearlings.
One 2-Tear Old Bull, Fine Blooded.
Throe Cows, 21 head of yearling Cattlo, thirty
head of Shoop, ono4-horso Wagon, 1 set buggy
Harness, 3 sots double II aniens; and a lot of
FARMING UTENSILS.
Ks? Terms mado known on day of sale.
Sale to commonco at 10 o'clock A. M.
HENRY CLARK.
April 18, 1873. 14-ts
Hotel.
JJULRERT HOUSE,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor.
This Home, slnco changing proprietors, lms
been thoroughly renovated from r'top to bot
tom." Tho present proprietor offers to trav-eloi-g
tho best accommodation in elenn and
ncnt style, nt low prices. Come and try it
Good stabling, and hones will be woll cared
,.' Wl Ha"NItt'8 "Ilus lino" stmts from
i ns nousoaauy, atiu o'clock noon, for the
iiiuirouii. 10-ely
Photographs.
Q J. BILLINGFIURST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer In all kinds of
PICTURES, '
ALBUMS, -
FRAMES,
rieturo Cord and Picture Nails,
BiHy- COPYISra carefully dono, and tho
smallest Pictures enlarged to any size, and
llnlsbcd In Oil. Water-colors, or India Ink, or
any othor stylo that may bo desired, at the
LOWKHT RAT U.S.
Lnrfro and llnoly finished Photoffrnphs can
bo made from scratched and faded Pictures,
i'leturos of all kinds Framed to ordor, aud
nu hoik warranted to kivo satisiaction.
10-Clt
Chromos.
6
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k " BFRINQ Fr1WER, "BUMMIH FLOWKRS.
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kWllk th. ('M(Tir miltt iM WKKKI.T (URM-i
TU9I AT WOHK (Onualll.M),far 14.00-
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wiib tbtir vnramoi.
AGENTS,
un mbt btUr Urms .
. wllh ua ibMi with toy A
VMHT pUIHBNH
Aildrtu,
Lll.W.ADAMBi
New Name.
JSOTICE.
A 'NEW, NAME!
.The YlllnKO ht Zalcilk) C'omimny's Coal
Mines, Id Hmwn Township, will from and
alter fills date bo known as ' , ,
COAlsMONT.
; v ; R, THOJi?sor, , ;
Api-9 ' MANAGER zALESKt CO.
Insurance.
GOOD WORK !
GOOD PAY!
Nt?w York Life Insnrance Company.
Assets, $21,000,000 Cash,
Paid Policy Holders $20,000,000
Desires tho sorvlcnii of an KI'PICIEST AOKNT
for this placo and vicfuity. To a suitable pci
son who will faithfully devote his full tiino
and tulonts to the duties of its agency, dOHira-
ble tonus, and a fuvorablo opportunity will be
ouerou. Auurcss, wim reie vuueus,
j. II. BENNETT, C'BN'L SUM.,
e-14-lm Box 530, Chicago, 111.
Land Agency.
KANSAS CENTRAL LAND
AGENCY.
HnJ. JOHX W. BERKS. Manager.
Salina, Kan.
Real Estate Business; also )mvo for sale all
tho lands of tho Kansas I'ac.iflo Railway Com
pany, amounting to ovor5,000,000 aercs of- the
most desirable in Central and Western Kan
sas; also Mill Sites, Coal Lands, Farms, Cattle
Ranches, and City Property in Salina and the
neighboring towns, for sale at all times.
JjfcSjsr Send for the "Kansas Central Advo
cate," alnrgelJa-cohimn land paper, see what
we havo for snle, and read all about the great
Keystone Stnto of the West.
March 28, 1873-ev'
Horsemen.
H
ORSEMEN, ATTENTION!
I V A N II O E,
Ily LEXINGTON, dnin DUCATOONBY
WAGNER, will make thosenson of 1873 at the
stnhluof the subscriber, in Porter, Gnlliu Co.,
Ohio; will ho at tho stable of Dr. Cline, in
Wllkci ville, Vinton coumty, Ohio, every al
terant woek . Will stand for mares nt $25.00
for coramon, for thoroughbreds $50.00 to in
sure. Address nil letters to
P. GARDNER,
MarcVi 20, '73 cmj. Pino Urovo, Ohio.
Medical.
is nnoqiialed by nny known remedy, It will
eradicate, extirpate and thoroughly destroy
all poiMonous substances iu the lilood and
will olVectunlly dispel all predisposition to
billions derailment.
I there want of action In your Liver
or Spleen 1 Uuloss relieved tho blood bo
comes impure by deleterious secretions, pro
ducing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches,
Felons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ac.
Have you a dyspeptic stomach T Un
less digestion is promptly aided the system
is debilitated with poverty of tho lilood,
Dropsical tendency, geueral Weakness and
inerti.
Have youweakneR of the Intestines?
You are In danger of Chronic Diurrlucnor In.
flnmmation of the liowels.
Have You weakness of the Vterinoor
Urinary Orarans? You are exposed to suf
fering iu its most agravated form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish,
tir depressed in spirits, with headache, liaek
aclio, coated tonguo and hnd tasting mouth?
For a certain ronicdy for all of theso diseases,
weaknesses and troubles; for cleansing and
purifying the vitiated blood and imparting
vigor to uu tuo vitui lorccs; tor omitting up
aud restoring tho weakened constitution, USE
JURUBEBA,
which Is pronounced bv the lcadlnr nnullr.nl
authorities of London and Purls, "tho most
powerful tonic and alterative known to tho
meuicai worm." xnis is no now ami untried
discovery, but has lour been used bvthe lend
ing physicians of other .countries with won
derful remedial results.
Don't weaken and Impair the digestive
organs by cuthurtics and physics, they give
only tsmporary relief Indigestion, flatu
lency, and dyspepsia with plica and kindred
aisonnot are sure to ionow tueir use.
Khcd the lilood mire and henltli la nasiiw.il.
JOIIS i. KELI-OGG, 18 Piatt St., New York
ouiu itguuviur iiiu uuimju oiuies. 4w
Pries SI per bottle. . Send for Circular
January 29. 1873. w4-wae
ELIXIR de LONGUE VIE,
Or FHKNcn Lono-i.ivkd Bittkrs, have boen
used iu Franco for more than 100 years, and
are now being Introduced into this country.
Tliey no comiionoil of Vegotulilo extracts and
are deiigned for tho purillcntion of tho blood,
thus irtvtnUng ns well as curing nearly all
diseases to which the human system is liable.
Asa lilood puriiler, and ns a promoter oj long
life, they nre believed to bo uuequaled. Price
60 cts. per bottlo. We wish to Introduce them
into tills section, and doslro nn energetic
Agent, to wnom nuerni terms will oeoitercit.
A. W. DESPAHD & CO., Solo Agonts, No. 42
t,eunr stroet, n. k, eiiw-lo-lm
Ink Eraser.
Tho Great Lightning Ink Eraser.
For Instantly removing ink from nannr. cot
ton, linen, Ac, without injuring or soiling the
uiui-iu. it iiuw away wnu an icraiciung
whore mistakes are made, and removes blots
Imtantantovtly. It should bo on the desk of
overy inwyor, oook keeper ami teacnor, and
as it not only roinoves iuk spots but also fruit
stains and Iron rust, every family needs it.
It is put up handsomely, and gold at 60 cents
per Joho.. Auknts wanted to Introduce it
everywhere. It. u. 11UTC1I1MSON, Station
or, 44 Maiden Lane, N. Y, eaw-15-lin
Educational.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.
MEDICAL DKPARTMENT,)
. UlLTIMORR, Mu. )
The fhixi. Annual Somzner Session
Will rommenco on MONDAY, Maboij 10th,
IHlt), and contimio four months. Tho course
of l.oi'tures h i'uii nnd completo. KNTlltK
FKKS. (I5. For particulars, address Profes
sor C1LAS. W. CUANChLLOlt, Dean, 14-4T
Press and Strainer.
ANTED, A genu and Peddlers for our
PRKijft AND MTKA1N ER presses and
Itrulnl Jams, Jollies, herbs, vegetables, lap!,
tallow, meats, cheese, Ao. Ovor 60,000, sold iu
a lew locnlitles. Hells quick. Every family
wants It. Howing Muohlno and other estab
lished agonts are Uniting this very profitable.
Circulars free. L1TTLKFIKLD & DAME,
10 Washington St., boston, Muss. awltt-nY
THE LADIES, . '
A 4s-pago hook contninliig nuswors to
questions of great Importiincw. Sent free for
ten wilts. Address MHS. 11. M K.TrtGKIt, Hun-
over, Pft. lwo-fob. 5, "TO-luiu. .
JOHN W.
Cheap Cash Store!
HAMDEN,
:0:
tttct nTrrnr.TVTm 5n1 MINNS'
y Uj x xvt-iKj v -w -
- r i.
U 1UU J iiiuuuswv'VMivtM I '
skscif- rr ircinii fnnfnrp thom nnd T am
V-Unu fcVJ ,ninmuvv
. ..a . j
intr of the latest style ana oest material, iiiey are worm at, wuweHiue
from $1 00 to $3 50; Four dozen Calico blurts at 37Jc. ench.
ttttptv T7TNF. TiT.TTF. TiftOWN
X lli.1V ' - w J
. -ii
Wool, bought at Uanltrupt sale, at i
where at $10 00, $12 00, $15 00. 15
T.ovn-o StAflf KPTCAGTTE LAWNS at 15 cts er vard. Larare Stock
of CHINESE GRASS CLOTH, 40 inches wide, only 25 cts; Large
Stock of GORDON GINGHAMS, ouly 30 cts, new styles; 3 dozen sets
T.n,1io' T.inpn Cuffs. New Stvle. onlv 25 cts per set. TEN PAIR La-
i! t.to i,r 9in fra onl.1 AlaAwliorn lit 30 est: 500 vards COTTON
ADE, at 18 to37Ac. 1,000 yards
H 15, 16, and ISc.
An Immense Stock of
Spragues' American, Merrimack and Cochico Prints
ONLY 11c.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12JC. PER YARD.
Positirely No Goods Sold On Credit.
mglist 1110 X'aicI Fox FxcHlitcc
Don't be huiibugged by merchants who tell you these prices are for
inferior goods, but come and see for yourself. I GUARANTEE my
goods to be of FIRST QUALITY.
March SMro John W. Wilcox..
T. A, MARTIN.
T A.
Desire to say to their friends
general, that they have now
BOOTS, SHOES, IIATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively elliufl: GooJs 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 1
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 & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S
IMPBVED
AND
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVE STED
SCRHINER'S PATENT (tUAXIFYING TUIIES,
An Invention hnvlnir a most Important benrimron tho future renutntlnn of Iteed fnstrn.
ments, by tho use of which the quantity or Volume of tone ia very largely increaseil, aud the
quality of tho touo rendered
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs o the Same Capacityi
i m mm '
OurceUbratod " Vox Celeste," ' Louis Patent."
vuupier, uieciiaruilllg -v,ouo"or "ciarinut" Mtopa, aim
ALL TlIE LATH IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only In those Oi gnus. '
PRE-EMINENT FOIt PURITY OP TONE.
EVERY INSTRUMENT KULLY WARRANTED.
THE BEST MATERIAL AKD WOUKMAN8UIP. ' '
QUALITY AND VOLUME OF TONE UNEQUALED.
THIRTY-FIVE DIFFERENT STYLES FOB 1 A Itl.Oll A CIIUJICII.
3PrlOOQ, - . -
FACTORY AND
Corner Sixth ami Con&rc Ht., Detroit, Illicli.
ICstabll.lied In 1850. . Jtjjy AGENTS WANTED IN EVlittY COUNTY.
. . ,, Additiss, y ' ' , , ., , ,
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
WILCOX'S
OHIO.
nntl HOYS' Fine Fur Hats beinc
" . "
T i t-j. rvXTT? TT A T 4-1.
o ii
offerinf? them at 75c.(5$2 50; all ue-
o . ' ; . ,
1 ni Al. i. .K I - 1
and BLACK CLOTH COATS, all
- '
Ai r r iv, r r r .1 dun AA I . i l
w, uu anu ?n uu, boiu eme
dozen Suspenders at 25c.40c.
BLEACHED MUSLIN at 9, 11, 13
PER YARD.
L. DES MARTIN.
&c SOIsT,
and customers, and the public in
in store a splendid stock oi
ARE
fltan any in Vinton Connty !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT!
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
" Vox Ilunmna," "Wilcox Patent," Octavo
' ! ,'.'.,:
$50 tO
WAREROOMS,
Time Tables.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National Capitol
and Eastward.
On aud aftor Monday. November 10. Trains
will run as follows:
y:XWWSMKWlnyiuiti I ftui Hail
Ktprett Lint Exprnt
. . . Donftrfc
ParkcrHhurir
066 Am
S 35 I'm
fi(M "
830 "
8 55
10 m "
0 40Pm
CuiiilKirlnniU
Jil.lAm
8 44 Am
1 W I'm
4 45 "
5 05 "
'J6
Ilai'imrti Ferry
Wauhlnglon Juuc,
5 51 "
8 SO "
8 45
.... Arrive
Bultlmoro
WfiMliinirtitn.
10 00 "
IMlllll.k-rplilili
S:i5 Am
1 20 I'm
lWiMl'm
Wmy roric
015
410 "
WESTWARD,
Di'iiiirL.. .. . .
New York
12 .TO Fni
830 Am
9 80Pm
4 00 Am
8 00 I'm
8 50 Am
9W '
1( "
845Am
1100
I'hiladclphla
Washington
bultlmoro
12M Am
11 45 I'm
045 I'm
8 00 "
4 05 Am
4 5 "
8 59 "
10 Si "
8 25 '
8 00 "
850 "
Washington Juno.
lioo Pm
Cuiiihorland....
500
I'arkf rahiirg . . .
Pullman Palaoe Drawing Room Blecplnj Csrs,
Which aro as comfortable, elegantly furnished
and almost ciiunl to a llio-slde, are on all
trains from Cincinnati to Itnltimore and
Washington. KocHchednle of Cincinnati ani
Marietta Itailroad for tlmo of arriving and de
parting from McArthur.
The advantages of this route over1 all other
is, that it gives nil travelers holding through
tickets the privilege of visiting liattiinore
Philadelphia, and the JJtttlonal Capitol free.
Time quicker and rutesolfare lower than
by another route.
Tho scenery along this Railway It not
equalled for grandeuron this Contincrit,
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
This line offers superior inducement the
rates hoiuir ono-third lower to and filim ltn.
ton, New York, or any other eastern point.
In ordering goods of any description from the
East irlvo directions to shin nht Ilaltimnra Jt
Ohio It. It., and in shipping Kast give samo di
rections. Freights shiiipod by this route will
havo despatch, and be handled with care aud
suvo shippers much money.
K. UUILFOKD,
Gon. Freight Ag'L llaltimore,
L. SI. COLE,
Gen. Ticket Ag'U IioUlmore.
8. II. JONES,
Gen. Pass. Ag't, Cincinnati.
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS. CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On and after- Monday, May SBth; 1871, Kx
nross Trains will leave Columbus anil Crest
line and arrive at poinU named below as fol
lows: Stations. NoTa. NaT No. 6.
Columbus.. ..11:10 a. m.
Crestline 12:30 p.m.
Cleveland.... 8:4i
Buffalo 10:30
Niagara F'ls 1.-00 a. m.
4:10 p.m. . 8:36 a.ra
6:25 4:50
8:45 - .1:30
4:10 - 9:00 p.m.
6:45 a.m. '4:40
7:05 ' fi:(
uoencster ... l :o
Albany 0:45
8:00 p.m. 1:90 a.m.
Boston 5:40 p.m. 11:20
N. Y. City... 8:30 0:30
11:00 .
6:40
Crcstjino ....12:45 p. m. 6:35p.m. 8:35a.m.
Pittsburgh.. 9:35 1:25a.m. 8:45p.m.
Harrisburg . 7:15 a. m. 11:25 2:10 a.m.
Baltimore. ..10:40 2:40p.m. i
Washington. 1:10 p.m. 0:25
Philadelphia!! :15 a.m. 8:15 7:00
Crestline ...11:30 p. m.
Fort Wayne,. 6:30 a. m.
Chicago .12:10 p. m.
7:45p.m. 6:56 a.m.
1:15 a.m. 11:25
7:20 6:00 p. m
Bkff'Xo. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m
has a Through Car via Delaware forHprlng
ileld, reaching Bpringilcld without chnngo at
7r20p. in. ,
Train No. S, on tho Columbus & Hocking
Vnlley Huilroiid. connect with No. 4 train.
Through Tickets for sale at Athens. .
PAHHENGKH TRAINS returning arrive at
Colu'.nbus at 12:30 a. m., 11:15 a. m., and 9:50
SrPakce Day and Sleeping Can
On All Trains.
No. 0 leaving Columbus at 2:35 a. m., on
Siindnv, runs through without detention, by
both Krio nnd New, York Central Hallways,
arriving at New Vork on Monday morning at
6:40 a. in.
For particular Information in regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc, to all
points East. West. North and South, apply to
or address E. FOltD, Columbus, Ohio.
K. H.FLINT, Gen. flup't
JAS. PATTERSON,
Gcnoral Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
EUGENE FORD,
Vamangor A mill t. Col urn b us. Oh lo.
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY. Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
west.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
AS IOllOWS
Depart
Athens fiiJO a. m.
Arrive
Columbus (f:50a.w,
Cleveland 8: P- m.
Depart
8:15 p. m.
Arrive.
6:40 p.m.
1:80 a.m.
8:20 a.m.
8:40
B:45
8:15 p.m.
11:45 "
8:08 "
PittHhurKh :'
IndiunniKilis.'.... :25 "
Chicago 0:1)0 ft. in.
Xcniit 12:10 p.m.
Dnvton 1:10 "
bpr'lugllold 1:80 "
Closo connection mado at Lancaster forClr
clevillu, Zanesville and all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Variey Railroad.
Direct 'connection mado at Columbus for
Dayton, Springfield, Indianapolis. Chicago
and all points West. Also, for Clevelnud,
Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and all points East.
Take the Hocking Valluy and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest; it is the
shortest hysixty-Bix miles, giving passengers
the benefit of quickor tinio and tower rates
than by any othor line.
' J. W. DOIIEKTY, Stip't.
E. A. BuKLt, Gcn'l Ticket Agent,
Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
This is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
(llnnapolls, l.afayotte, Tm.W 1,nH,'tftfn,
hrl.lgo City, Sprliiglleld, roor.'". P"' "
Chicago, Mllwaukeu, HU Paul, -ud PinU
in um iortnwosc.
Tho IndinnaK)lis, Cincinnati & LafaTOv'to
Railroad, with Its connections, now offers
passenger more facilities In Through Coach
and Sleeping Car Korvlce than any oti;or line
from Cincinnati, having tho advantage of
Through Dailv Cars from Cincinnati lo 8t.
Ixmis, Kansas City, Ht Joseph, Peoria, Bur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all Intermediate
points, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts and accommodations as are
aifoiilod by no other route.
i nroiign Tickets ami llnggnge (-hecks to all
po'ints.
T.-alns lenvo Cincinnati nt 7:80 a, m., 8:00 d.
m;, a.ndtt :00p.m. . "
Tickc'ta can be ohtnlnod at No. 1 Burnet
Houso, corner Third and Vine, Public Land
ing, coram- Mniu nnd River; also, at Depot,
corner l'lui.1 and Pearl slroou. (:iitliiiitt.
Ho sure to iMirchaso tickets via Indiiinap
olitt, Cincinnati Jt Lal'oyelte Itnllrond. . .
M. L. HAKItlNUKR,
Master Transportation, Cincinnati.
O.K. LORD,
Chief Ticket Chirk. Cincinnati.
ThofirifitThmiifl,Mal' ftn1 Express Pas
senrl!fnotoH? 1 Kansas clty,Ht.Jo-
!en(,CDeinveran Fra,c fo'.nd M '
Mk.. "JlVect route to' In-
Medical-
V LECTURE
TO
Young Men.
Just Published in a Sealed Envel
ope, Price Six Cents. '"' 1
A lecture on the Nntiiro, Treatment and
Radical euro of Nporiiinlm-rhncn or Hemiiml
Weakliest, Involuntary remissions, Honuid
Debility, and Impediments to marringn gen
orallvj NervoiisneHS, Consuniiitlon, Epilepsy
and r ils; Moutnl and Physical inenpneit v, n
siilllng from self-abuse, etc. by IK HIKltT .1.
( I l, 1 11 U KLI-, M.D., author or the "(irvon
llook,,lc. ,
'I'he world-renowned author, in this admira
ble loclnro, clearly iroves from his own ex
perience that the awful rnniieipKiiiees of snlir
alnise limy bo cllectiiiillv leinoved wllh....!
medicines, anil without dangoroiiH mii-liui
operations, bougies, Instruments, rings or cor.
dials, point ing nut a mode of cure nt once c,.r. '
tnin and effectual, by which every smferxr,
no mailer what his cuiclll Inn may I, irlI)y
eiireliluiHell'clii'iiiilv. Inlviilelv nml 1111II.1.11 J
This lecture will provo n bisui to thoiinuid,
nun timiiHiuMii.
Kent, under seal, in nnv addrens. In a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt nf iilxrcnw. i'
two postage slum ps. Also, Dr. Cnlvei n . li s
"Marriage titilde,'" price U) eeidii. Addro.
me piiiiiiKiiprs.
C11AS. .1, C. K I.INK A CI.,
I'Jf Bowery, New link, P. O. II, x
gents lo ciiuiiMciici! bu-ine-ii w ith, nnd l(ii ;;i
commit (dnii nllnweil for m-Mil-.g, Addrer.-i, J
8. COMA Kit, t tihhv liter, Mich. 14 Hm-cw

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