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McAktiiur Enquirer
MOARTHuj, OHIO) TuNK 4. 1878.
J J, BOWERS,:; ; . .0
" RESIDENT DENTIST
I JIoAHTIiUn, omo.
NO liltNliSS nONE OS SATURDAYS.
Splinters.
G.)od vegetables. ; '
Ghowinu weather.
itfow eat ieo cream.
Athens College has 190 students.
Chillicothe has got an ink man
ufactory. ' 1
Tub thermometer will he well ed
ited from this on.
The fourth of July comes on
" hangman's day." .
Choqeet parties are becoming
to be quite numerous.
If our village was vlclj "we could
afford a sprinkling wagon.
Pleasant A day in the" woods.
Lot us pic-uic together.
Jacob Clements and wlfa have
gone to Iowa on a visit.
The pasture in all parts of Vin
ton county ivery flue. ,? ,
Nuisances. Store-boxes and bar-j-ds
obstructing the side-walks.
The crossing thai crosses Logan
street on Maiu, has been repaired.
Heniiy Rohmns, of Pickaway,
county, is seriously ill with erysip
eluH-
The last few days have been the'
finest growing weather of our recol
lection. Why not organize an association,
prohibiting persons from seining
and dip-netting.
Paul Silvekburq's circus passed
through our village last Saturday,
en route for llamden.
A you no lady remarked last eve
ning, that " the stars mado every
thing as light as a leather."
Wic are fully prepared to tui-
jiojiuce the drowning of young
swimmers. Bo careful, boys!
McAw-huk is organizing a circus
(Company. Logan llepvbliean.
It is new to us.
En. KvAKS, formerly ; a composi
tor on tlie Chillicothe Advertiser,
died of consumption, last Tuesday
week.
FuKitiirr is so immense on the M.
& C. R. It., that they hav'nt
hardly got machinery enough to car
ry it over in season.
Thesis beautiful nights make it
rather heavy on gate posts. Kind
fathers (should see to it that their
gates arc substantial.
Count Okdeiis. We will receive
County or Towuship Orders in pay
ment for subscriptions and other
iltbts duo this office.
You can uso u postage stamp
twice if you want too. It will cost
three cents for the first time, and
$50 for the second time.
, Auf. Duaiie, hal almost a smash
up last' Friday-rthu horso being
frightened by a boy climbing i"
the rear end of tho buggy,
AliOUT thirty Germans ten men
and twenty women and children
arrived atYiiiUiu Furnace, last
Thursday, from Jtfpw York City,
DisArpoiNTKD.A young gentle
men la tho village who did uot re
celvfl bis onions last Friday, which
were sent to him by a young lady.
Justice DocKETS,-"We .can sup
ply Justices of tho Peneo with print
ed and blank Dockets of any size
Also, Blanks of every description.
ponaldson, thegroat aeronaut who
passed over this cJty W8 months
ago, made an ascension the pther
day in Reading. Pa., in a balloon
' mado of brown paper, and landed
safely. - : ;
JtEAp tlltf advertisement of C.
BAUNErr, proiwlefpr pf the McAr
thur Hack Line, in this uswor. IIo
will meet all trains atDundus (Me
ArtUuv Station,) and the Marietta,
Parkersbui'2 and Zalcskl Accommo
dationflt Zalcskl, .'' '
, "Fonolv I dream of thoe," ns a
voiinc man said in his sleep, af-
tcr having out generated tho as
siduous old UjicIo, and gpuo fishing
with his niece. . " .
Tho villages of Zaleski and Ham
den were honored with grand exhl
; bltlons of a hugo Show Company
1 last Friday and Saturday. McAr
thur was slightly slighted, . ; ,
' Wk iioglectod Inst week to no
tleo the Musical and Dramatic eu
tertalnment that was . held in th
School House Hall, on the evening
; last Saturday week, which was
a phasing affair the characters,
All, playing their part to perfecton
Book, Blank and Job Printing Establishment.
; tablishment.
In connection; with ourNewspn
paper Ofllces, we havo a complete
Book, Blank and Job Printing Es
tablishment, which is stocked with
the latest stylos of material type,
cuts, borders, ornaments, etc.,
from the beat Foundries In the Uni
ted Stated, -and haying in our cm
ploy a first-class and competent
workman, Mr, Fhank E, Apamb, of
Indianapolis, who will attend
promptly to the wants and wishes
of everybody, with the greatest of
pleasure, at all times. We can as
suro the renders and patrons of
The McArthur Enquirer and The
Christian , .Witness, that wo are
now fully prepared to execute every
description of plain and ornamen
tal Job.l'riiitiHS stylo. liot.to be
surpassed In any city, and on the
most favorable terms. Since Mr.
Adams bus assumed the manage
ment of this establishment, we have
added largely to our facilities for
oing work promptly and well, and
lave attained a position of equality
with the best printing houses in the
State, as the work performed by
iin will testify. As our business
n all departments is largo, aud
aily increasing, no effort will be
nrcd to maintain the high posi
tion we have taken in all branches
of work. We have recently consid-
crably enlarged onr stock of Sta
tionery, which is now full and of
varied assortment, and shall keep
this department of , our business
among the most complete. We
would invito every-body to our fu-
ilities for supplying them with
whatever they may require in the
rioting line.
Personal.
Eld. J. V. B. Flack, Editor of
fins Christian Witness, has been
actively engaged in this oflice in
lis editorial capacity for several
weeks. lie has also made several
trips of late in the interest of the
office and bis paper. The Wit-
kkis continually increases in circu-
atlon, and wit-) Mr. Flack, engaged
exclusively on the paptj." !) in the
Iftild, it will double Its , already
large circulation in a few weeks or
months, at most,
Mr. F. is a hard worker, full
energy, and persevering in the du
ties of his calling. Is a ripe schol
ar, a social, courteous gentleman,
and just the man to .push forward
the work in which' he is nowpmiic-
ularly engaged the upbuilding
the Christian Union and its organ.
We regret that his stay cau not
be prolonged, but his duties and
alls aro numerous, an c we must
forego the pleasure of his company
" for a season," when it is hoped he
will become a permanent fixture
among us, as ho contemplates re
moving his family to McArthur.
May success crown his labors every
where. Attention is called to the ad
vertisement of D. II. Baldwin,
dealer "In Pianos, Qrgiuis, Melode
ons, etc., No. 158 West Fourth
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, in to-day's
taper. We would say to onr many
renders that Mr. Baldwin is a fair
dealer and will furnish only first
class instruments. Apoiig tho in
struments in which ho deals are
tho Estey Cottage Gem Organs,
which have been so long celebrated
for their pecnliar softness and
sweetness of tone and extreme del
icacy-of tpuch, one of which can
to seen at Oi)) residence. Tho
cnies of their instruments are
solid walnut, oil ilulsh, furnished
with double bellows, two blow ped
als, kneo swell,' patent reed board,
having all the essentials of a per
fect organ, aiiil l)o;ng fully warrant
ed, Those wishing ono of these
Instruments,' or any other, should
call on us and examine the instru
meat and . learn the different
prices. ' ;
Tub following i? & list of letters
remaining in the rost-Odluo at Za
leski, O., Juno 1, 1873:. !
John Ilutchins.
D. P. Pewtheus. i
Ella Mjinsel.
Willard 8yth6.
William Light'foot,
Will. F. Morgan.
S. B. MeCarty. ' .'
Zulnov Marti hdftlo. or Alvrlno
Martlndalo.
-
Manuy Kcneay.
Robinson Drugls.
William Barret.
John Blake.
. Peter Bow, (?;) , ,
lr
A
J. G. WILL, P. M.,
Abou 0 p,clflc)f pn Sunday
nlng last, ' a freight ; train - bound
west, ran upon u flock of cattle
tho prpsslngwost of Vinton Station
killing fpuir cpvys onJ Injuring four.
which belongod tothocltlgons living
Jin that Vicinity.
vr
of
of
The Auditory ' of the several
counties through which tho Mariet
ta Sc Cincinnati Railroad and
Branches passes met at Cincinnati,
on Thursday morning of last week,
for the purpose of assessing the
property of the road..W. W. Bel
foiid, Auditor of Vinton county, was
present. 7,- .'.j : 'ij ; j ''
Tho main line of the road, 201
and 140 miles in length, was ap
praised nt $7,000 per. mile total
appraisement being $1,407,700.-
The Portsmouth Branch, 50 and
14-100 miles in length was apprais
ed nt $0,000 per milo total, $330,
840, Tho Hillsboro Branch, 22 and 4-10
miles long, was appraised at $5,500
per mile-r-total, $122,055. .
Fan-is Switch not in use at pres
ent, was appraised at $300.
The siding along tho main line,
which is 48 aud 8-10 miles in
length, was appraised at $3,000 per
mile total $146,400,
The siding olong the Portsmouth
Branch 3 and 7-10 miles in length,
at $2,400 total, $8,880; and the
siding on tho Hillsboro Branch, 4-5
mile in length, at $1,080.
73 engines were appraised at an
average of $4,200 each total $30G,
000; 35 passenger cars at $1,890
encli-tntal $G6,150; 24 baggage
and caboose cars at $300 each
$7,200; 608 box and stock cars at
$300 each total ' $200,400; 046
platform cars at $180 each total
$110,280; the station-houses, water
stations, engine houses, etc., at
$59,645; the tools and machinery
in shops at $25,8G8; the road tools
at $4,500; supplied aud other tools
at $139,747; and moneys aud cred
its at $2,553.
The grand total of all property
for this year , foots up $2,953,383.
Last year the grand total footed
up $2,750,000,
Our worth' County Auditors will
accept thanks for furnishing us
with the above figures.
Charley Grice, the clever Con
ductor on tho Zaleski Accommoda
tion Train, meets with a mishap
now and then, but as a Conductor
he is complete success. On Friday
afternoon last tho Accommodation
left Zaleski at the usual time 4 o'
clock for ChilUcQt.he. . A freight
train also left Dundas for the pa
about the same time, At tho second
cut east of Vinton Station the en
gines attached to tho two trains
ran into each other.. The en
gjuwrs discovered the . situation
Justin time to putvhe M.qn8tor ma
chines in a condition to meet each
other in the terrible battle as slow
ly as possible. Both engines wero
badly smashed. One or two cars
were thrown from the track. The jar
slightly injured two or three of the
passengers in the Zaleski Aconuno
datloti car. It is stated that the
officers of the eastward bound train
made tho mistake that caused the
collision.
,
"
Consult Your Interest.
Mr. J, S. IIuiin, who has lately
bought out Mr. Richmonds' interest
in tho Hardware Store, is removing
to the Dodge Building, this week,
two doors East of the P. O., where
his old customers and the public
generally will find him 'fixed up
nicely, with a good assortment of
goods; and they will doubtless find
it greatly to their advantage to call
on him before spending their money
elsewhere. Wo learn that ho pro
poses tndo u cash business, hoping
thereby to sell goods lower and
yet make more money than by the
credit system. Wo welcome him
to our pt)4 pf town, and wish him
abundant success In his new loca
tion. Remember to give him a call
when von want anything In his
ine. Just east of the Post Office,
two doors.
of
Crawford IlguqE. : No House in
Cincinnati has so Increased in pop
ularity with the traveling publio as
tho Crawford Ilouse, on the corner
of Cth and Walnut streets, kept by
Messrs. Oakcb t Tracy. It stands
to-day as one of tho best Hotels in
tho city, and is very convenient for
all who have to visit that city for
any purpose. The pleasant and
accommodating clerks J. B. Con
nelly and John McIntvre, a strict
regard, for the comfort of guests,
kind servants, wcli-supplicd tables
and tho most mwiorato charges,
have galnod for It tho enviable repu
tation it enjoys. Bo. sure to enquire
for the Crawford House when you
reach the City. . , , ,
.
List of lstffi1'!? remaining in the
Post-Odlce at McArthur, June 1st
1873: - i-i-v
Wm. Betz. - J
; 'MiflsMollloJ. Calvin.
Dr. II, 0.11(111.(8.) 7 , ,
H. Z. Johnson. ' ', v.
' George MoFaVland. ;
'Joseph McDanlel. '" J'- r :
M)sMaggio McGinn' ' i: ',
: ' Nathan rojteA Dr tj,lj.m '
," Lahan Sampson. ' ' .;'"""l
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
on
. Tills usual" uiiubcc of phriotlaqj)
went to see tlio' anlmnls, nt Zalcskl
and llnindcn, on . last' Friday j and
Saturday, and. lh Jiumbcf pf
ilnneri staid to boo the circus.
J. A HuLK'K, Agent for the
Esm Cottage Geii Orga?,, gave
us a, call on Monday cvenW and
favored our company with'a number
of his charming and admirably ex-
ociiicd pieces.. Mr. Hnucic appears
to be , a. very pleasant gentleman,
and if ivc aro judges, an excellent
organist. We wish' Dm o-nntln
unrivalled success in his line du
ring his stuy in .-McArthur, land
Vinton county. r i '" "
Call again, Mr. II. and give us
Tho Lost and Saved," if no more.
In Chillicothe", on The 4th of July.
is to be presented to the Fire Com
panies.a silver trumpet; the one per
forming the best work with their en
gines, and not to carry over . a hun
dred pounds of steam. . Can't
M'Arthur create some kind of a
sensation. . :
' 'hi
Wis noticed a number of spry
rigs on our streets last Sunday
evening. Our young men seem to
appreciate good roads and splendid
drives, and who can blame them.
A stubbing affray took place in
Chillicothe, last Sunday week, be-
twecn Lono and Hunter, the letter
being severely cut; ' Long was ar
rested and bound over to Court in
the sum of $2,500.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
Levi Wyman, whose post-office j ad
dress is Dundas, and who resides
li; miles south of McArthur, has
greatly increased his facilities' for
the probagation of the yellow Nan
semond Sweet Potato Planits. ; He
will now furnish good plants du
ring the season for 25 cts. per 100.
May-28-4t.
J..F. Towell, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to merchants a superior
stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
on tho most favorable terms. 8-ly.
Special Notices.
Beyond the MlHUlppl. Thousands have
already gone, and thousands more aro turn
ing tholr eyes towards new homos in the fer
tile West To those golpg to Missouri, Kan
sas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
Nevada, Oregon or Culifonria, wo recommend
ft cheap, safe, quick and direct route, via St.
Louis, over tho Missouri Pacific Ilailroad,
which runs its flue Day Coaches and Pullman
Sloepors from St. Lonls to principal points in
tho M est, without change. We believe that
tho Missouri Pacific lUllroad has the best
track aud tho II nest and safest equipment of
any pug joft pf the Mississippi, and IU) con
nections with romls farther West are prompt
nnd rollHblu. Tho Texas coun'cctlon of this
roni is now completed, nnn passengers are
afforod a llrsfr-clnss. nn-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, oilliur over the Missouri,
Italians & 1 exus u. u. via seiuum, or over tn
Atlantic A Purine II. It. rla Vlnlta. , For
main, time tables, Information as to rates,
roules. .".. va rT ! to, . 8. .11.
Thompson, Eastern Passenger Agent Colum
kuh ?r A i,(m, Uencral Passenger
Agent, oi, (.puj,iq. uueotiaus will he cheer
fully aii( promptly hnswomf, '" j-iy
Fob Loss of Appktite, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Depression, of Spirits and General
Debility, in tholr various forms, Fxkro-
PlIOHFORATKD ELIXIR OP CALI8AYA ill ail O by
Caswrll, Hazard Co., New York, and sold
by all druggists, is the best tonic. As a stlm
ulont touic for patients recovering from fever
or other sickness, it lias no equal. If takon
during tho season It proven ts lever and ague
mm oilier uiieriuiuouii levers. 1U-4W
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic & Paciilc
Railroad Company offers 1,500,000 acres of land
In Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to; $1S por acre, on seven years' time, wltn free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
si-hools, churches, and law-abiding society In
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and (lowers. For particulars address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
For Ayor's Medicines, go to O. W. Sisson's.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
riTTBUURon, March, 1873.
We have nscd large quantities of Iloyraer
Bauman A Co.'s Strictly Pure White Load,
and have always found It uniformly and finely
ground, very white and of excellent body.
Its purity wo havo never questioned, and we
cheerfully racpmnieud it.
THOMPSON A MILLER,
Master Painters.
A CARD. A Clergyman, whilo residing in
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe aud simplo remedy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early docay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlo'otis habits. Groat numbers havo been
cured by this noblo remedy. Prompted by a
ucsiro to uenoattnoafllictod and unfortunate,
I win aemuhorocolpt for preparing and using
this modlclno, in a scaled envelope, to any one
wno neoda.it, tr of Cimrgtl Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station I), Iliblo House, N. Y. City.
Hr....l. 11, 1LVYO ff ...It ' '
Mttltll llf, 10(0 Vl.lllV.
To the Suffering.- TheRoT.Wm.il. Nor
ton, wjjjle i residing in Brazil as a Missionary,
dlscoverud.ln that land of mcdlolnos a remedy
for Consumption, scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after all
othor medicines had failed.
Wishing to beneflttho suffering, I will sond
tho reclpp (or proparipg and using (hli rem
edy, to all who doslro it, Free of Charge.;
Plouso send nn envolopo, with your haine
aud address 6n It. Address, ' ,
Itov. WM. II. NORTON,
070 Broadway. Now York City.
March 19, 18T8-Tl,nlO.
FerFino Perfumnry, go to Sisson's Drug
Store. - " '
The llest Plttco.-Ths cltocest lot of Gro
ceries, Quoonsware, Uliuswaro, Notions, Ac,
can uo una at uavls Duncan's store, In Za-
loskl, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoos and produce of every
description taken in exchange for goods,
ins store, in conueotlon with his store ho hat
a Bnddlo ami Harness 8hp, and will repair
auythlng In that .Hue ou short uotloo and
low figures. Go and soo him. . tf
Dr. N, J. Bowers, Dontlst, McArthur,
For Pliro Dnign and Medicines, go to Bis-
i Five Hundred Thousand. 800,000 bottlos
or araono's August Flower havo been sold
this Stuto In three mouths. ' Wo only ask you
to go to the drug stores of Gunning or 8lsson
WoArthur, Ohio, ana got a bottlor oa.M
or rogulnr alio nt 7o cent. JOvsry bottJo
WttiTSntfl-fo.Kttrf) :lypopiIA.fliLtJjro; jJViw
plalut,' Sick ' headaehd, Costlvencss, HearC
mirn, w aiornrasii, ((ptirStomach, Indigestion
liupiiro ploqd, and. all disease caused Iit Im-
puro Blood, or deranged Btomach and LJyor.
Try It.'...;;- a.G'.OttftEN, Proprietor
WJiumuua, Ohio,
V.
1.N, S, Bowers, Soatlit, McArthnr,
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All pronounce this great combination the but
chance for money-making ever offered. Cir
culars free. MACLEAN, STODDART A CO.,
Chicago, Illinois. 4w
Fever and Ague Cured by
CINCHO-QUINIflR
which combines all the alkaloids of tho Cin
chona Harks, and ts as effectual a rcmody as
tho Sulphate of Quinine, whilo it is much
cheaper and more palatable. jt Send
stamp for descriptive circular wltn lomiulm
for using the CINCHO-QIJIN INK, and Tes
timonials from Physicians all over the country.
Prepared by BILLINGS, CLAPP A CO.,
Chemists, successors to Jas. R. Nichols A Co.,
Boston, Massachusetts.
Represented In New York by S. II. Austin,
at John F. Honryts, No.' i College Place.
IB THK MOST POWKRni, CMAM8IR, ttrength
eMar aiHt ramovnr of (ilnndular Obstruction!
known to Naleriu Mtaiv
it IS prKUlALLX AUArTV.il lo conmitiiunns
"worn down" and debilitated by the warm
weather of Spring and Summer, when the
blood it not In active circulation, consequent
ly fathering Imnnrltlet from alugKlshnossaiid
liuporfect action of the secretive organs, and
is innnifoateil by 'I'lininrs, Kruptlons, lllotchos,
Bolls, I'ustului, Scrofula, o. .
When WEABY and LANODin from ovorwork,
and dullness, drowzluess and Inertia take the
place oi energy ana vigor, tno system newts
a Tonio to build it np and help the Vital
Forces to regain their recuporativo power.
In tbc hkat op Summek. frenuuntly the
I.Ivor and. Biilocn do not Dronerlv perform
their functions ; tho Utorlno and Urinary Or
gam are luactlvo, producing weakness of the
HloTnscn nnu inMHT.incs anu a ureuutnuaiiiua
to blliout derjmganMBt. 11 1 ' 1 , . l
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
18 rSKPAHRD niKKOTLY from tllO SOUTH A.
MKUICAN l'LANT. and Is penulinrly suited
to all tliesodinicnltles I It will cleanse the VI
TIATGD U)OI), strengthen the LIKE'
GIVINO POWERS, and KKMOVK ALL OH
STIUJCriONS from IMPAIRED AND KN
KKKIII.l.l) (irirans. -
IT HIIOULP BK rRRtf.Y TAKHN, M Jumboba
Is pronounced by nicdlral writers tne mont nt.
UriMlt l'UHIf'IKIl. 'I'ONID and Dl'JOH'iMKU
KNT known In the wholo range f medicinal
nlhrls. ' . . i .
Sole Hiren
ntfor the United States. '
rriveti per bottle,
wt-wao . .
Send for Circular
ILand Agency.
ANSAS CENTRAL LAND
AGENCY.
Mat. JOHN W. BEAKS. Managor.
' Kiit.nt nnlnnaB also hnv for lalo
11, Un.ia of tlm K iniii iWlilc Kallwav Com
pany, amounting to over 6,m LOlMt acres of
luosideslrnlilo lii Central and Western Kim
sas; alo Mill Sites, Coal I.andi, Farms, Cattle
Kaiichoa, and l'ty liroiieif y In Ballna and
nclKhborln fowus, forsali at all times.
Jwy for tiq Kanias Centliil Advo
cate' a large Hi-column land paper, see what
WO IWUlfft't't "'"O aiiaooumw
teybloaA otateii tlie.Wfiat, .
aiai-cnxni 4Pin-w
all
tho
tho
rsM
JOHN W.
Cheap Cash Store!
H AMDEN,
-
:0:
JUST RECEIVED 201 MENS'
u lot of Manufacturers' Samples,
cost to mauufacfure them and I am offering them at 75c. ?a ou ; all bo
ing of the latest style and best material They aro worth at wholesaU
from $1 00 to $3 60; 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 ColIars,New Style, only 25 cts per set. TEN
DOZ. Ladies' Hose, only 20 cts, sold elsewhere at 30 est; 500 yards
COTTONADE, at 18 to 37Jc 1,000 yards BLEACHED MUSLIN
at 9, 11, 13 14, 15, 16J, and 18c. ,
.An Immense Stock of '
Spragues' American, Merrimack and Cochico Prints.
ONLY lie. PER YARD.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12 JC. PER YARD.
Positively No Goods Sold On Credit.
IH&IiostlfriGO PM Foi? X3oilnco.
Don't be humbugged by merchants
Inferior goods, but come and see
i . i a rTrtfifn -vr-r a t -rm-wr
goous to do or jiitai uajjU I.
March S6, 1873.
Chillicothe, Ohio.
MY STOCK I1V EVERY DEPART1TIEIVT,
SITI ALL WARES,
HOSIERY,
BLANK BOOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
WALL PAPER,
OF ALL LATH STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
rn-..",'
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON IIAND
EVERY DESCRIPTION of FURNITURE t MODERN STYLES
raanufactnro to order and repair Furniture of
( LlCjmiGt
COFFINS PF EVERY
and accompany them with a Hearse,
examine my Stook.
March 10th, 1873.
T. A. MARTIN.
Desire to say to their friends
general, that they have now
xzizirsr qoods,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively Sell M Cheaper
Po pflt buy goods before you
WE MAKE "SPECIALTY"
1 We shall hereafter sell our
wnTmriTmifn n 1 v
livjuivixuiiii, mus enaunng
Better Bargains
All kinds of Produce bought
Come and see us when you come
satiBiaclory dealing,', ... ,.v 1
; ; ; ; :
At "THE OLD CORNER
' ' ' "' '' v . . ;,
' One door West
WILCOX'S
OHIO.
and BOYS' Fine Fur Hots being
which I bought for ONE HALF they
who tell you these prices are for
for yourself. I GUARANTEE my
John W. Wilcox.
1873
S. C. SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
ail kluris, at the most rcasofialjle pricps I am
tW 1U1U1D1I
STYLE AND VARIETY,
JtejJThe pntlio ara invited to oall and
PARIS 1IORTON.
Li DES MARTIN.
and customers, and the publio iu
in store a splendid stock of
ASH
than any House . in Tinton County !
. v.:
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT !
goods only for CASH, OR ITS
' 1
us 10 give our patrons
(ian Kvcr Pcforo!
and sold at tho Market Prices
to town, and we guarantee you
, -
T. As MA11TIN & SON,
STORE,"
n r II .!, . . ...
of Court-house, McArthuf, Ohio.
Railroad.
T
HE
nr ii wa
V V
I ! SiUni $??' i"s
only Jin nmning through chra to tlio Went.
Omnibus trniiHfop, ferriujrt, U chnn and
aciavs ftrn(Utl hv mnn no- mi ii i. R cuk
IU in ftMVanCffl Of All Pimnalltirt If In Hi a
l:oAciiE9,DAABUioYnowV!N3 ' mmmil
For all polnta In 'l
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
Tho Through Coach leave Clnolnnatl at 8: 80
r. iiKiiunauoii
throiifrh. JJluoiiifngton, Peoria, (Julmburv.
At n AH A u
HtirlliiKton, Otttiuivra and f'reston, srrivInK i
OMAIIA ailU:00 a. h- next nfv i,n,.in
ailvance ot any other route, making but one
change of cars to , . i , .
SAN PEANCISCO. 1 -
Got your tlcketa via Indlanapolla and Teorla.
. - O ;
Tot all polota In "
Kama, Colorado and the Southwe.t,
The Through Coach loaveg Cincinnati 'at : 00
r. iiKiianaiwns at b:uu p. m., running
through Danville. Dnrntnr. .Inrkr,nvin n
Quincy, arriving In KANSAS CITY at 10: 40
p.m., EAT VAX, hours in advance of St.
I.ouls lines, making but one chnnge of cart for
UUMUOLt, FT. SCOTT and DKlS VE11.
bet your ticket via IndiananoUa, Danville
and Quincy, -
: . , -for- ; v.;; ,;o
i Eock Island and Davenport.
The Through Coach leavoa Clnolnnatl at 8: 0O
P. M., Indianapolii at 8:00 p. it. running
through Mlooininglon, Peoria and Ualva, ar
r'v'nK at HOCK lStANl) at ll : 85 a. .,!".
VENPoKT atll:66A. next day. iuakUg
but one change of cart for point iu
HOBTHKBN ILLINOIS and IOWA. "
Get yonr tickot yia Indlanapolia and Peoria,
Pullman's. Palace Erawhg-Eoom
. ana Sleeping Cars. ; . .
Run through from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to Burlington.
Travelers to any -Western point can now
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundles,
seleot a comfortable teat and keep it to desti
nation. Ou account of these through and
convenient arrangeinents,elcgant equipments
and quick time, this route is now th artit
popular thorouahfart between the East and
lrf. , ..i .
C.W. SMITH, Gen-l Manager.
' llrh. Ill
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen. Paw. et TM. Agt.,
inuianapoua) ina.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Noveml)er 9, 187S, Train will
ran as follows: -
i
)6 :
m
a
IS!
tM ik d,
J i' ir io; (!,'
: : : : : : ::;:::.:.::::
ili : ; : : : : : : : : r : : -r : : : :
ill
d-d
H
8S5S82S3 8SS2
ia i
4 :
iJa.
Miles
a!'
.8
M
Q
:sJ :fc
Z, .5o5i-fp.2
3
1 u rr, m tt a m
pa,
ii
'A
it
O
MiletT-8'551 ' SS2IOf l5
ii ': : : : i : ii : : : : : l is i
i
: " :
u .
PA
6a"
1 1
1 .
; i I
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will mndalit. All
other trains daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI KXPHKiSS. K AST, maket no
ttod between Hamden and Athens.
Portimonth Branca.
Mall
s:5 p. m.
4:21 "
6:4(1
Accommodat'o
8:15 am.
1S1 ...
11:0 J
Dep. Hnmdcn
Air. Jackson
I'ortKinouth
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND
For all points on the Little Miami Railroad,
and at the indinnapolla & Cincinnati Kail
road Junction for all points West.
n. w, raiAiiuur.
SuDerlnlendens.
W.K. LANKESTEH, , .,
aiaslor ot Transportation. 1 -
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
west.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
DcDsrt
Depart,
t:l5 p. m.
Arrive.
5 :80 p.m.
1:10 am.
11 :45 a m.
. 8:10
6:45
, 1:40 p.m.
u:so
Athent. 0:10 a. u.
Arrive
Coluinhus 9:85 a. m.
Clovuland :0U p. ui. ,
Pittsburgh 8:15
Indianapolis 6:65 M
Chicago 0:S0 am.
Sprliiglleld 1:10 p. in. ,
uayton lrua "
Closo connection made at Lancaster tot Cfr.
clevllle, Znnenvllle and all lwlnts on th Cin
cinnati and MiiHklnguin Valley Railroad.
Direct connections made at Columbnt for
Dayton, Springfield, Indianapolis, Chicago
ml all bo!
liulTiilo, rut
it an points west. Also, lor Cleveland.
Kliurgh, and all points Kast.
Take the Hoc
route to Chicago and the
am)
o an
n K Valley and Pan lltndl
Icago and the M
orthwost; It Is th
shortest by tixly-slx miles, glvln
'V tlxty-ilx miles, alvlnr i
paxbeogeia
the benefit or quicker time and lower rate
than bv uny othor Hue. a
j. w . uoiituri, Blip i.
E. A. BUCLL, Gen'l Ticket Agent. '
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R.
, t
On and after Monday. November 11 IfTO.
trains will leave aud arrive at Laneaster,
(Hiunlnys excepted,) aa follows:
1 UOINU WKMT. .i.i
Kmpreu (led Hall. , . ftowvKxtnlton,
Air. iv:tua.m. ' Arr. T;wp.m.
. OQIX0 IAIT.
Arr. l:N)p.in. Arr. S:W.m.
Direct cot.nections made at LANCASTKR.
Willi trains on the Colunibns and Hocking
Vullcy Itullroad for Athens, McArthur, Cbil.
Ilcotliu, l'ortsinoutli Murlutla, aud lorColuia
bin. .
Direct connections mado nt ZANF.SVILLK
till trulns on the Knlllmore A Oilo II, It., for
Kantorn Clllus: atMOkllOW and UKKmilKN
JUNl'I'ION with trains on the I'lltrhurgh,
Cincinnati A ht. i.iuns iinuronii, v.nt.1 aud
West. K. It. HA1I.KY, (i.-n'l Ticket Ag't.
C. C. WAITS, Sunei-Intciulent.
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. NOTICE
A NEW NAME!
The Vlllairn at ZaloVI Conuinny'a lUn
Minns, In llrown 'I'owinblp, Will (niiii and
alter tins date uo known nt
COALMOxTT. ,'
! , 11. TIlOMl'Dl N
Aprt MANAUlil, J.VUi'al CO.

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