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THE McAETHTJE mUSTQUIHEH, WEDNESDAY,
J. W. BOWKN, Kdlto and rroprlctor,
MoARTHUU, OHIO, - . MAY 14. 18T7S,
NO BUSINESS DONE OX SATURDAYS.
The pasturngo is looking beautl
Eggs are bringing from eight to
ten cents per dozen.
Tan-Bark is selling for eight dol
lars per cord. ,
Don't kill the birds. They help
to keep insects oft' the fruit trees.
Stokes has been refused a new
trial by the Supreme Court
We were visited last Friday even
ing by a severe thunder storm.
Last Saturday was a delightful
day and our merchants were happy.
Milton L. Clark, attorney of
Chilllcothe, was in our town last
week attending court.
J. J. Shockey has opened a gro
cery store on Logan street, opposite
the Court Houso.
Butter is beginning to be plenty
it is selling from twenty to
twenty-five cents per pound.
W. II. Lankkstek has been ap
pointed Master of Transportation
on the M. & C. railroad.
A house fair will be held on the
fair grounds, at Athens, O., on
June 11, 12 and 13.
Our streets last week were in a
frightful condition the ruts being
in some places 1G to 18 inches deep.
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Forepaugh's circus and menage
rie showed at Columbus, last Fri
The crossings, in rainy weather
are a nuisance. Can't they be ren
ovated in some manner or shape?
The first bat of the season put
(a its appearance last Friday even
The General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church of the United
States, meets in Baltimore, Md., to
day. Squirrels' in this section of the
(country are very plentiful. One
yodugman killed 16 last Thursday
Burns, of Chillicothe, proprietor
ami editor of the Scioto Valley
Pvst, is teaching the editor of the
Gazette how to write locals.
J. F. Towell, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to merchants a superior
.stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on the most favorable terms. 8-ly.
The freight business on the Ma
imtta and Cincinnati railroad is
Ihemry and on the increase. The
track is lined with froight trains
,md the road is taxed to its utmost
On the evening of the 2Gth inst.,
there will V baI1 Klven at the
Masonic Hall, .'o Chillicothe, by the
Blacksmiths of that city, for the
benefit of a Mechan Ubto W
It is said that the proper; time t
plant corn is when the loaves on the
trees are at the size of a squirrel's
ear. There is a fair prospect of the i
leaves on some of the trees this
spring being as large as a mule's
ear beforo the corn can be planted
In this locality.
The Dramatic and Musical en
tertainment, assisted by the McAr
tthur Brass Band, that was given at
the School House Hall, May 1st, for
the benefit of the M. E. Church, in
tends to repeat it some time
next week this time being for
the benefit of the Presbyterian
Church. An entire change of pro
gramme Is to be had.
A proposition. To every one of
our present subscribers who bring
us five new subscribers, and cash,
we will give frkk or charge a re
ceipt in full for their subscription
for one year. There Is not a local
ity in the county In which five new
subscribers can not be obtained In
Whistlers. In reply to our In
quiries, of last week, as to the names
of the boys who compose ' tha
"Whistling Band," nd who have
been annoying publlo meetings Mid
exhibitions In our midst we have
recolvod the following list of mom
bers and their titles:: ' .. :t
Jaoob Shockey, boss. ; ,V I
Big Ugly, 1st assistant. . 1
Capt. Jack, 2nd assistant ,
But-Cut, 3d assistant. ''; J
Boss, 1st high private. . j
Cliarlov. 2nd hiirh orlvate. i :
I have others la the band but
they are not regulars. 1 " ' 1
Itaspctfully submitted, .
' 1 JaWJB BnWWT.
Death of John Mayo.
It Is with the utmost degree of
sorrow that we are called upon to
announce the death of John Mayo,
a member of the Vinton County
Bar, and who had been a resident
of McArthur since the summer of
18G6. Having been in quito poor
health during the past year, he left
his home and family in this town in
February, last, for the South. ' His
death occurred at the residence of.
his cousin, Mrs. Azzelie Durst, at
Nacogdoches, Texas, on Tuesday,
April 29th, 1873, being 27 years and
29 days old. He was a son of Hon.
II. B. Mayo, Probate Judge of Vin
ton county, and was born at Ox
ford, Ohio. He wns educated at the
Miami University at that place,
and .read law a few years at Hamil
ton, O., After that he resided about
two years in Columbus, during n
portion Of which time he filled the
position of Deputy Clerk of the Su
preme Court of Ohio. In the year
18G7, after he had resided here
about one year, he was admitted to
the bar and a few months afterwards
was married to Miss Minerva A.
Bratton, daughter of Hon. E. A.
BBATToif,, of this town. He com
menced the practice of law soon af
ter his admittance to the Bar, and
in a few months found himself en
gaged in a large and constantly in
creasing practice to which he de
voted his entire time and attention
until stricken with the disease
which terminated his life. Posses
sing more than average intellectual
vigor, and solely attached to his
profession, he bade fair to attain
distinction. But now,. in the midst
of all this he has been cut down,
and removed from among us. It
admonishes us of the insecure ten
ure of our lives, and how
"With noiseless tread death steals da nun,"
In the professional relations with
his brethren of the Bar he was gen
erous and courteous. Let his ac
knowledged virtues and eminent
qualities be remembered and emu
lated by us all.
He leaves a wife, three children
and father, mother, and many rela
tives and friends to mourn his early
Like ov Greeley. We call atten
tion to the advertisement of the
"Life and times of Horace Gree
ley," a work of which L. D. Inqer
soll is author, and the Union Pub
lishing Co., publishers. We judge
from the table of contents, and ad
vance sheets of this book to be is
sued May 1st, that it will bo the
Life of Horace Greeley, which the
people will above all others want.
It is full, graphic, truthful impartial
a work of interjst and value to
men of all parties. Mechanically,
it will bo the handsomest book for
general circulation ever published
in America; magnfll.cently illustra
ted and beautifully Itouncl. We can
safely say that it will be one of the
best and cheapest of all American
publications. Get ready to buy a
An actor by the name of Vance,
who played at the Athcnieum Hall,
in Columbus, during the early part
of the season, had quite a skirmish
with the editor of the Indianapolis
Sunduy , Jlerald, for ; publishing
personal articles. .His first overturo
was made in the shape of a blow in
the face with a cane, The editor
thereupon seized a chair and made
at the actor, who drow a pistol and
fired, fortunately missing him, He
as afterwards arrested and held in
two thi!"lSnnd dollar ball, on the
charge of shotIn? with' intent to
A PROBLEU FOR OUR TeAC?k8-"
An old Sohool toacher, whose arJor
in the pursuit of science is unabated
hands us the following problem for
solution, and which we commend to
the attention of our teachers:
Being 1G miles, 4 furlongs from
Baltimore, I saw, with my telescope,
In the dark of the evening, the lamp
of the lighthouse In the' horizon, at
which time my eye was six feet
above the surface of the water,
what is the height of the lighthouse
above tho water? Who can an
We will publish tho answer or an
swers of those who may see fit to
solve the question and hand the so
lution to us.
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Ladies, now is tho time to put
away your furs, if you wish to pre
serve them from tho ravages of
moth during tho summer. Sprinkle
them well with snittf and place in
each article a small piece of gum
camphor, then wrap well In paper
and pack away in a box and you
may rest assured of the safety of
your furs. This Is the way the
wholesalo and retail dealers in the
cities tako care of . largo stocks of
furs from one season to another;
the great point however, Is to put
away early before the moth-fly makes
It appearance. '
GARDEN AND ;
, i, ,i FLOWER . SEEDS,
'iiY FOR SALE ; At,' THE ,', ! '.,
ENQUIRER PRINTING OFFICE:
Come and see the largo assort
merit of 'Seed . .
I Ihe New York Argus. The
firBt number of the 16th volume is
before us, C. P. Sykes publisher and
proprietor, New York. The editor
among other important and encour
aging promises says:
" Tho selected matter for amuse
ment or instruction will always be
taken from the very best authors,
and will be as far as possible
adapted to passing events or pre
The Young People's Column it is
desirable to placo as soon as possi
ble, partially in the hands of the
children of our subscribers. Moth
ers are asked to encourage boys and
girls to write letters, asking or giv
informataion, which letters may be
answered by the editors or by other
correspondents. Iu one of the
most eminent of the New York
family papers, this plan has been
the means of educating an enthusi
astic corps of young writers.
Short paragraphs of condensed
news from homo and abroad, per
sonal and literary gossip, musical
and dramatical notes and informa
tion concerning new inventions, or
discoveries bearing upon house
hold matters, will be given.
Concise, clear, and entertaining
reviews of the best current litera
ture will also be made a speciality,
and as to these I shall bring a long
experience. I may fairly claim for
them all that insures their practical
value and interest.
In conclusion, I ask that sympa
thy from my readers which invisi
ibly but no less certainty, places us
en raport, and which adds that ele
ment of Love to Labor which ena
bles effort and makes Work almost
Wo commend the Argus to the
reading public as very worthty of
Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have
already gone, and thousands more nre turn
ing their eyes towards new homes In the fer
tile Went. To those going to Missouri, Kan
sas, Ncbrusku, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Califonria, we recommend
a cheap, safo, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis, over tho Missouri Pacific Railroad,
which runs It line Day Coachos and Pullman
Sleepers from St. Louis to principal point In
tho Went, without change. We bellevo that
tho Missouri Pacifto Railroad has the best
track and the finest and safest equipment of
any line went of the Mississippi, and its con
nections with roads farther Wost are prompt
and reliable. The Texas connection of this
rond is now completed, and passengers are
offered a llrst-class, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri,
Kansas t Texas R. K. via Sedalla, or over th
Atlantic & Pacific R. R. via Vlnltn. For
maps, time tables, information as to rates,
routes, Ac, we rotor our readers to 8. II.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent, Colum
bus. Ohio, or E. A. Ford, General Passenger
Agent, St. Louis, Ho. . Questions will be cheer
fully and promptly answered. 1-ly
The Pubkst andHwkktkstCod-LinebOil
is Hazard A Caswell's, made on the sea-shore,
from fresh, selected Uvors, by Hazard, Caswell
A Co., New York. It is absolutely ruEi and
bwkkt. Patients who have once taksn It, pre
fer it to all others. . Physicians have decided
It superior to any of the other oils in tho mar.
koL - 4y .
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms l
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantio AFaclllo
Railroad Company offers 1,000,000 acres of land
in Central and South-west Missourikat from $3
to12peracro,onsoven years' time, with free
transportation from St, Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society in
vite emigrants from all points to thlslnndof
fruits aud flowers. For particulars address A.
TUCK, Land Commissioner, St, Louis, Mo. 1-ly
IrsiLAKTi, Mion, Feb., "19.
We huvo used Beyinor, llaumun CA.'i
Lead In our own business for two years, in
connection with many other leads, and we
recommend it, and guaranty it prtonallt to
bt Strictly Purl. Any person flndlngthe least
adulteration in this paint will receivo fifty
dollars by calling nt our olllco For the grati
fication ofany porson doubting tho superiority
of this lead, we will forward ft paokage to the
noted chemist, Dr. Dpfllvld, for analysis, and
If our ntnteinoi't docs not prove true, wo will
paint that person's house froo of all expense
to him, and with any paint ho may desire.
EDWARDS ft COOPER, SuldU.
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing in
South America, a Missionary, disoovorod a
safo and uniplo remedy for the cure of norv
ous weakness, early docay, disease of the
tirlnnry and seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlo'ous habits. Great numbers have boon
eu.vcd by this noble reinody. Prompted by a
rtonlro 10 benefit tho ainictud aud unfortunate,
I will sentllo rtcoll)tforProl"lrlnK antt using
this niedicino, 'n cllu(l envelope, to any one
who noods it, W Okargt Address
. JOSEPH T. IJJMAN,
nib.' House, N. Y. City.
March 19, 1B73 vl.nlO.
To th Suffering. The Rev. Wirt. IT. Nor
ton, whllo residing lu Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered in that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervona Weak
ness. This remedy hot cured myself afx)r all
other modlclnos had failed.
Wishing to benellttho suffering, I will send
tho recipe for preparing and using this rout
ed)', to all who desire It, Free of Charge
Please send an envolopo, with your name
and address on It. Address,
Rev. WM. H. NORTON,
076 Broadway. Kow York City.
' For Ayer's Medicines, go to Q. W. Slsson's.
for Fine Perfumory, go to Hlsson's Drug
Th Het Place. Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quoenswaro, Glassware, Notions, Ac,,
can bo had at Davis Duncan's Store, In o-
leskl, at all times,
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description tukon iu ' oxchhngo for goods, at
his store. In connection with Ills store he has
a Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything In that lino on short notice and nt
low figures, . Go and aeo hhu. i . . . y tf
Dr. N. J. Ilswers, Dentist, iloArthur, O.
For Pure Drugs aud Modloluus, u to Sl-.
Vii It... Sowar, Ppjitltt, 'JlIoAHh'jir, 6.
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Vive Hundred Thousand. 000,000 bottles
Urna's August Flower have been sold lu
Oils tttato lu threo mouths,. Wo ouly ask you
to go to tha drug stores of Gunning or Bin sop
McArthur, Ohio, and getabottlowaoWtf
or ft regular )c,e at 7S cents'. Every Itottlo
warranted to curs Dystonia or Ltvor coin
plaint, flick headache, Cotdvenew, Honrt-
J3. Ol SWIFT,
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MY STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
SMALL WARES, . .. .
IS USTOW COMPLETE!
xvey a -r tp
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OF ALL LATH STYLfiS, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
r a "C3
JR. . Pi I I mMm .
SWIFT, Chillleothe, Ohio.
burn, Waterbrash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion
impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It, ; . -. . . G. G. GREEN, Proprietor. "
. '.i' -; ., Columbus, Ohio.
r. N. J, Mowers, Dentist, MoArthur, O.
Settlement Notice. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to tho firm of Rionx ond
A Huiim, are requested to oall immediately
and settle accounts. Wo cannot carry ac
counts from one year to another, andpay our
own bills. RICHMOND A HUHN.
October 2, 1872. tf.
Thomas A. Martin and
is A. Martin and Boforo Henry
na Martin, pl'ffs, I Payne, Justice of
fliritillHt. f tha Pnn,a IT. Ullr
David B. Snivel, deft. J township. Vinton
. . county, Ohio.
On tho 7th llav nf Anrll onlil IiiuMm
issued an order of attachment In the above
action for tho sum of seventeen dollars nnd
forty cents (17.40). This cause will bo Xor
hearinar on tho 30th dav of Mhv. lfttt. 10
April 80, 1873. 1 10-c3w '
Horace Redd, pluintilf,
David B. Shivol. defendant)
Beforo Henry Favne, Justice of the Poace
for Elk township, Vinton county, Ohio.
On tho 12th day of April, 1873, said Justice
issued an older of attachment in the above
action for the sum of twelve dollars and sixty
cents (12.60). This cause will bo for hearing
on tho 80th day of May, 1878, at 1 o'clock p. u.
JVU-l OU, lOli). 1U-COW
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. PROBATE NOTICE.
BENJAMIN RAINS' ESTATE.
PROBATE COURT, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
NOTICE Is hereby srivon that .Tosnnh C.nv Anil
Abdalluh Griflln. administrators nf thn v..
tate of Benjamin ltuins, dee'd, have filed
horein their account wifh said Estate, lor 11
nul settlement, and that the hearing thereof
is sot for the 7th day of June, A. D. 1878, at 11
o'clock A. M. , li. B. MAYO,
May 13, 1873-4t. Probate Judge.
Notice Is hereby given that Ed. Crosby has
dopositod with the Treasurer of Vinton Co.,
Ohio, tho amount required to redeem tho fol
lowing described laud, to wit: The north
west quarter of tho north-west quarter of sec
tion 18, Township 10, Hauge 19: said land hav
ing uccn soiii ior axes on me snl Tuesday In
January, 1873, in the name of Kdward Crosby
to Peter Boyco. W. W. Bklkokd,
juny is, ih(3-3w. Auditor Vinton Co.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
llAfkiiliik llpntnrMnviuttHl... Ivf fw.L.
niontl and J. S. Huhu, under tho firm iinme of
iwoununu CC iiuilM. Wft8 UlHSOlVea Oil tllO OtH
day of lMay. 1873, by mutual consent. All bus
InuHS purttkining to the late firm, will bo net
tled by J. 8. Hulm, who remains at the old
(lAlittMl til en lil llrm nvt hnwiW nnlllA.I
upom him, and settle their acounU. All acounti
mt UOttlml nt, I. t.,i .1.... -
1873. will be promptly put in tho way of col-
J. 8. HUHN.
May 13, 1878.-8v.
The undersigned would ask a continuation
of that liberal patronage heretofore given. I
will sell LOW FOR CASH, but shall KEEP
NO HOOKS; so do not ask for credit.
May 18, 1873-3W. J. 8. IIUIIK.
Notice iu hereby givon that a petition will
be uresonted to the Board of Commuisionors
of Vinton county, Ohio, at their next regular
session lu June, 1873, praying for tho locution
aud establishment of a County Hood along the
following described route, iu Knox township,
Vinton county, to-wit:
Cominonoinir whore Jasner Hobo's east line
crosses the Bobo road, aud thence south with
said lino to the foot of the hill; thence tho
Dourest and best way across the lands of Jas
per uooo anii lanus or rutnnni, to a stake at
the corner of tho orchard Hold of It. B. Me-
Oonagle's lands; thence across said lands
near tho stablo to a stake at the lower corner
of the hill fluid; thence the nearest and best
way acroHS mini Known as tne Dana land, to
Intersoct tho road formerly laid out from Coo's
Mill to the Lentner Bridge at tho end of Hi
ram Wilson's lane, and there to end.
April 88, 1873 4t
ALLEN BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is hereby given that Mrs, Caroline
Bull, as Executrix of the will of Gooriro Bull.
deceased, who was Administrator of tho estate
of Allen Bull, deceased, has Med the account
of said Administrator, for final settlement
wiui sniu Alien null's estate; aud the same
is set for hearing on the 15th day of May, 1873,
at 10 o'clock A. M. II.B.MAYO,
April 2a, '73.-ap23-4t Probate Judge.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby given that Ilonrv Dudle
son, as Guardian orKlizaheth J,, Margaret,
Mary Ellen mid Samuel Dutchor, has II I (id his
several accounts for ilnal settlement with the
said Elizabeth J. Dutchor, and for partial set
tlement with his other said wards; and the
same are severally set for hearing on the 10th
day of May, 1873, at 10 o'clock A. h.
U. B. MAYO,
April 10, 1878, 4t Probato Judge.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is horoby given that John Calvin, as
guardiun of Esther Bllllo, has filed his account
with said Ward, for final settlement, and that
the hearing thoi-eof Is set for tha 84th day of
May, 1878, nt 1 o'clock, P, M.
April 30 '78.-4t II. B. MAYO,
Mary Loodom, Nancy Illuko, Eliza Edging
ton, lotta lodd. Elihu llobo iind Pilaris
Bobo, who are non-rusidonts of the Btnto of
onto, and neirs at law or saraii jiooo, uo
Will tako notice that Henry Revnolds, ad
ministrator of th estato of Sarah Itobo, ilec'd,
on the 18th day of May, A. D. 1H73, tiled Ids
petition in the Probntu Court, within and for
the County nt VliiUm and State of Ohio, nl
lodglng that the personal estaU) of Mid ilo
cellulitis insiilllRunt to pay her debts and the
charges of aihuiniHtoring her estate) Thatsho
died seized in fee simple of the following tlo
sciIIhxI real axtuto, sltuato in said County of
V inton ami KlaM or Ohio, to will The south
west quarter of the northeast quarter, and
the west hitlfof lUtiBSssiaiislliif the southeast
ol the northeast iTiiurUir, of Heetlon number
twenty-eight (lift.) of Township ninnhur
eleven (II.) of ran ire member invnntnen tlt.
riitalvuic lu all fifty svn acres, more or
UwU tJMinrygrotivft1pfqflnn Is for asaleof
sum huiiii", i"r iiiii iiuyiiiuup oi mo ueuis
and charge afonwnM.
Hald iwtltlon will he fur hearlnu An Urn Mill
day of June, A. 1). 1K(8 or s loon theruaftor
as leave eau ueonuuneii.
Y"f"C-r HKNRY RKYKOI,nn,
'AiTnfUilstraUir of Hsruli Uolx, deo'd.
IT. 8. ObAYpqoLit, Attorney.
May 19, m-iw ,
New York Life Insnrance Company.
Assets, $21,000,000 Cash,
Paid Policy Holders $20,000,000
Desires the services of an KPPIOIKNT AOKNT
for this place and vicinity. T,o a suitable por
son who will faithfully dovoto his full time
and talents to the duties of its agency, desira
ble torms, and a favorable opportunity will be
offered. A aureus, wun rciorenccB,
J. B. BENNETT, GKN'L SUFT.,
e-14.1m Box 635, Chicago, III.
Q J. BILLINGHURST,
PHOTO GRAPH ER,
and dealer in all kinds of
Plcturo Cord and Picture Nnlls.
B?COPTING carefully dono, and tho
smallest Pictures enlarged to any size, end
finished in Oil, Water-colors, or India Ink, or
any other stylo tnoi. may oo ucsiruu, ut iuu
Large and ilncly finished Photographs can
be made from scratched and fuded Pictures.
Pictures of all kinds Framed to order, aud
all work warranted to give satisfaction.
A NEW NAME!
The Villago at Zaloskl Company's Coal
Mines, iu Brown Township, will from and
after this date bo known as
R. THOMPSON ,
AprO . MANAGER ZALESKI CO.
led hv anv known remedy. It will
eradicate, extirpate and thoroughly destroy
all poisonous suhstauces in tho Blood and
will effectually dispel all predisposition to
Is there want of action In your Liver
or Spleen T Unless relieved mo uioou oe
hv deleterious secretions. Dro-
(Hieing scrofulous or skin diseases, Blotches,
felons, Pustules, Cankor, Pimples, o.
Have you a uyspepuv iuihimih i vu
less ingestion is promptly aided tho system
is dobllitatud with poverty of the Blood.
Dropslcul tendency, general Weakness and
Have you weakness of the Intestines?
You are in danger of Chronic Diarrhoea or In
Humiliation of the Bowels.
Have You weakness of the Cterlno or
Urinary Organs? You are exposed to suf
fering in its most agravatcd form.
Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish,
or depressed iu spirits, with heudncho, buck
ache, coated tonguo and bad tinting mouth?
For a certain romedy for all of those diseases,
weaknesses and troubles: for cleansing and
purifying tho vitiated blood and lirtimrtlna
vigor to all the vital forces; for building nu
and restoring the weakened constitution, USE
which is pronounced by tho leading medical
authorities of London and Pail", "the most
powerful tonio and alterative known to the
medical world." This Is no new and nntricd
discovery, but has long been used bytho lead
ing physicians of other countries with won.
derlul remedial results.
Don't weaken and Impair tho digestive
organs by cathartics and physics, they give
only temporary relief Indigestion, flatu
lency, and dyspepsia with piles and kindred
disomies are sure to follow their use.
Keep the blood pure and health Is assured.
JOHN (J. KKLLO(il), 18 Plait St., New York
Sole agent for the United States. 4w
Price tl per bottle. Bond for Circular
January 20,1873. w4-wao
ELIXIR de LONOUK VIK,
Ob Fmcnoh Lono-livkd Bittkrs, have boon
used in France for more than 100 years, and
are now bning introduced into this country.
They are composed of Vcgotablo extraots and
are dosigned lor the publication of the blood,
thus prevnllng as well as curing nearly all
dlseiws to which the humnu system is liable.
As a blood purlller, and as a promoter of long
life, they are believed to bo uneiiinled. Price
Wets, per bottlo. We wish to lutroduoo them
Into this' section, and duslro an enorgetio
Agent, to whom liberal terms will be oD'orod.
A. W. UKSI'AIID & CO., Hole Agents, No. 41
Cedar street, N. It. aw-15-lm
Tho Great Lightning Ink Eraser.
For Instantly removing Ink from paper, col
ton, lluvii, Ac, without injuring or soiling tho
fabric H does away with nil scratching
where mistakes are made, and removes blots
inttatiUiMouily. It should be on tho desk of
every lawyer, book keeper and teacher, and
as it not only removes Ink spots but also fruit
stains and Iron rust, every family needs it.
It is put up handsomely, and sold at M) rents
nor case. Aukntb wanted to Introduce It
everywhere. It, (j. HUTCHINSON, Station
or, 44 Maiden Lano, N, Y. eaw-16-lm
Bauimuh, ill). 1
The Thlxd Annual Bummer Seaalon
Will Cflmnionco on MONDAY, MAROtI tOtlt,
1878, aud continue four month. The course
of lectures Is full and complete. KNUKK
FEIirt. . For particulars, aildrose Profes
sor ClIAS. W.CI1ANCEL1.0H, LH'u
Press and Strainer.
-t-tTANTKD, Agent and redillori fr our
. VV PUKiirlANOI'llAlNKll-piossesaiid
st'arin jams, Jollies, horln, vegetables, lard,
Lrow'iiliH,'clHM..n, o; 'iJVer (W,W sold n
it l'ur linn III UU. Hulls I1I1ICK. i.vurr llimuv
wants It, Hewing Mai hi'Uf "1 "lnr 'th'
il.,.A.i . n.. Hh.ii.kv ilavdftf tirofllnlMil.
Circulars frwu. LiriXlil'llCliU llAMK,
m Wsshtugtoa U Boston, Mass. wlM
JOHN W. WILCOX'S
Cheap Cash Store!
JUST RECEIVED 201 MENS' and BOYS' Fine Fur Hats being
a lot of Manufacturers' Samples, which I bought for ONE HALF they
cost to .uanufacfure them and I am offering them at 75c.f 2 BO; all be
ing of the latest style and best material. They are worth at wholesale
from $1 00 to $3 50; Four dozen Calico Shirts at 37c. each.
THIRTY FINE BLUE, BROWN and BLACK CLOTH COATS, all
Wool, bought at Bankrupt Sale, at $8 00, $10 00 and $12 00, sold else
where at $10 00, $12 00, $15 00. 15 dozen Suspenders at 25c.40c.
Large Stock of SPRAGUE LAWNS at 1 5 cts per yard. Large Stock
of CHINESE GRASS CLOTH, 40 inches wide, only 25 cts; Large
Stock of GORDON GINGHAMS, only 30 cts, new styles; 3 dozen sets
Ladies' Linen Cuffs, and Collars,New Style, only 25 cts per set. TEN
DOZ. Ladies' Hose, only Z0 cts, sold elsewhere at 30 est; 500 yards
COTTONADE, at 18 to 37c' 1,000 yards BLEACHED MUSLIN
at 9, 11, 13$ 14, 15, 16J, and 18c. ;
An Immense Stock of '
Spragnes' ' American, Merrimack and Cochico Prints,
ONLY 11c. PER YARD.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12JC. PER YARD.
Positively No Goods Sold On Credit.
Ilteliesi Price PuM Wot Produce.
Don't be humbugged 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 John W. Wilcox.
T. A. MARTIN.
T. A.. JSLAJRETISC &C S03ST,
Desire to say to their friends and customers, and the public in
general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of
BOOTS, SnOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
Positively Sell Goois Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
All kinds of Produce bought and sold at the Market Prices I
Come and see us when you come to town, and we guarantee you
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
At " THE OLD CORNER STORE," '
One door West of Court-house, McArthur, Ohio.
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.'S
OABINET OJFt G--A-I3"Q
GRAND. COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
SCItlltlVER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TMIES,
An Invention having a most Important bcarlnijon the future reputation I""1
monts, by tho use or which the quantity or Volume of toue Is tery largely Increased, uU tho
quality of the touo rwuiluroil
Equal to that of the Bost Pipe Organa of the Same Capacity.
Our celebrated "Vox Colt," " Uuls I'nW," " Vox Humana," Wlloox Tstont," Octave
I. .1.. I.... IK llll is I 'I mb I lint." Hill tlH. ftllll
, lllljlUI kHV VMtl IIKKg WHO
ALL THE LATE
Can be oblalnod only
I'RK-KMtNKNT FOK I'UKITY OV TONK.
KVKUt INHT1UTM15NT YVU.X VVAKRANTKD.
TUB 111CST MATEIHAI AND WOUKMAN8HIP.
THIRTY-VIVE DII TKHKNT BTYI-KS FOIl PAUI.OR A ClIUHCH.
XPrlOOa, - -
FACTORY AND WAREnOOMS,
Corner Sixth and CoiiRrcM Nt IMroM, Wlcli.
Kabll.hed in 1M, . , ffafAOKNTe WAITED 1H RVEHY COUNTY.
Addnone, - . ',- i ' ' : V'T '! !'.. 1 .
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.; DotroiU Michigan.
lu DES MARTIN.
fa any House is Vinton County !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT !
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
we -umwrnm ..-- 1" "I f
In these Organs.
G530 to G5300
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCTNATL
and INDIAN Al'OLW via CHEbT-LINcm
The following are tho distances and farce
from Columbus, Ohio: . .
Mllos To Fares.
Ii5 Doleware i B5
40 C'urdiugUm . i.m
58 Gallon . . ..... ..... j.iis
6il CrOHtline - hm
11 Shelby .m
90 N. IiOiidon ....... n. g.M
101 Wellington .. 8.55'
Vif Bores ................... 4,40
188 Cleveland - 4.K, '
79 Marion - - - - - ............ sn)
119 llellefontiano- - 2,40
Hi Sidney 8.15
117 Union A.OO
7H Hanslleld J.ig
ll Alliance--- 5. ha
104 Forest ....... ............ 8.60
185 Lima - .........
101 Van Wert 8.115
194 Ft. Wayne 05
US Sandusky 410
101 Toledo - . 5.35
ltt Detroit 7.85
SB3 Pittsburgh 7.40
601 Harrisburgh ............ I8.00.
607 Philadelphia 16.50
688 Baltimore - . 15.50
SHI Dunkirk 8.HU
821 Buffalo - - .10.00
615 Niagara Falls 10.50
824 Saratoga - i.o
741 New York ............. 17.50
mi Boston via New York - . S0.5O
819 Boston via Albany ......... 20.50
168 Indianapolis. ,.),
120 Cincinnati ' 4.o)
450 8t. Louis -- j- - 16.00
182 Kansas City 28.00
7b9 Iieavenworth - -- -- ----.. S9.00
771 Lawrence .............. 80.50
790 Topeka - - - . ; ... 82.S5
8UO St JoepU .... SH.()0
842 Chlcao - ...1 ....... 11.45
427 Milwuukee - 14.45
448 Burlington --. . 18.7V
509 Peoria - 15.65
789-St. Paid .
524 LaCrosse .......... . jH.45
700 Des Moines gs.uo
624 Rock Island . n.()6
884 Omaha 81.45
6(11 Cedar Rapids . 20.85
679 Iowa City - 20.50
230 Dunleith - 19.40
6733-San Francisca j - -- . . 1211.45
The above rates of fare are subject to changr.
K. FORD, .
Passenger Ag't "Bee Line," Columbus, O.
JJAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS , .,
The "Old Eollable" and Popular :' ' '
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
n Through Eipresa Trains Daily.
f Equipped with Miller'e Patent Safety '
I PlaUorin, Coupler, and Buffer, and
II tho Celebrated
Westinghousa Patent Air Brakes,
The most perfect protection against accl-1
dents in tho world.
New and elegant Dav Coaches aad
two daily lines of Pullman's Palace Sleeping
Cars are run through from KANSAS CIT X
10 ijuincy, uaiusburg, Aleuuota ana
Also, a daily line of Pullman's Palace Sleep
Ing Cars from ATCHISON and ST. JOSEPH
to Jacksonville and Springltuld, and new and
elegant Day Coaches from Kansas City to In.
dianapolis and Cincinnati without change. ,
l5F To secure all the modern Improve
menu in Railway traveling, purchase tickets
via the Hannibal & St. Johepu Short Link,
avoiding; all transfers, ferries and chantres
ftft? Through Tickets for sale at all prin
cipal oniccs. Furo always as low as by any
route. B8ggage checked through to all prin
cipal points. O.S.LYKORD,
E. A. PARKER, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
13:20 u. m.
4:00 p. m.
8:45 a. ni.
11:45 p. m.
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND.
nil points on tho Little Miami Railroad,
and at the Indianapolis ft Cincinnati Rail
road Junction for all points West.
Master of Transportation.
TO . , '
Just Published in a Sealed Eiwel-
ope. Price Six Cents. , ( ;
A lecture on the Nuturo, Treatment and
Radical euro of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual
Debility, and impediments to marriage gen
erally; Nervousness, Consumption, Epilepsy
and Fits; Mental and Physical Incspacitv.re
sultlngfroin self-abuse, eto. by KOllfillT J.
CULVERWELL, M. D., author of the "Green
Book," Ac. . ... ' t
Tho world-renowned author, In this admira
ble lecture, clearly proves from hie own ex
perience thut the awful consequences of selfr
abuse- may bo effectually removed without
medicines, and without dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cor.
dials, point Ing out a mode of euro at once cer
tain and cfl'ectual, by which every sutferer,
no matter what his condition may be, may
curehimself cheaply, privately and radically
This lecture will prove a boon to thousand!
and thousands. i
Sent, under seal, to any address, In a plain,
scaled envelope, ou the receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps. Also, Dr. CulverwelP
"Marriage Guide," price 60 cents, Address
tho publishers. .
CII A3. J. C. KLINE CO.," ! ,
1S7 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box4,o88.
r-. : --a
"CABLOMIUCCBlEr," "GOOD UOSmNO,"
k " SrlUNa FLOWETtfl," " BBMMKR FLOWERS."
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lWil U. FWITIC WTKKI.Y ins WKKKI.V (URIl-i
. TU AT WOUS (OMMUckM), to. Si.00. .
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us aiftkt httim Una t
. with at uiu with mmyi
.1 .' )
ANSAS CENTRAL . LAND
AGENCY, 5 ! ' .1
MoJ. JOHN W.BEIIK8, Manager. .
Real Estate nimlnoss! also have for isle All
tho land of the Kansas l'aelfln Itullway 'Om
punv, amounting to over5,000,otni acres of the
moHt diiNlrable In Central and Wentem Kan
sas; also Hill Hitnd, ,.ul l.audx. r'tmiu, ule
ItaneluM, aud (-lly Property In Hallna aud the
uelxblHirlug towns, for mhIo at nil times.
Salf Send fur tho "Kansas Central Advn-
cale," alnrgain-rolunin land pn)ur, see n tiat
wo nave lor sain, and read all Do ill me great
Keystone State of tho Wont.
llarch lie, lHliHeaw 1 ..) i
"TQRS KM EN, ATTENTION I ;
I V A N 110 1:.
n LVXIVtJToN. dnm M,ATO, nt
WAGN I'.ll. will limits thimen'Miii ol 'luM nl lim
slableof the sulmerlhei', in I'oikt, lii.l'ui ( t,.,
Oliiiiwill lie at tho l.ilileer Ih'. (line, u
wiiaesvnin, vinion roiimtv, Uhlo, cvim l
ternnlu wik . Will utmid fur nmiw nt ,'vtsj
for eoiiiinoM, for tlmrotiililircds (uO.iki to in
sure. Add 1 on nil liilters to -
I', tl AHf l It,
Mawh 39, 'ID tni. I'ltieGrovv, (Mill),