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MOAimiPJl, OHIO, . . JUKE 11. 1818,
J J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MOAIITHUII, OHIO. 1
NO UCSINK8S DONE ON I SATURDAYS,
Gkt us one new subscriber.
SnKAKixti shocp is in order.
j Tin? Modoc war is At Inst at an
end.
Ouu streets are In good condi
tiou. ;
,Very pleasant evenings for prom
enading. Strawberry sliortcako will soon
lie In fashion.
Dkcoration day was not observed
nt McArthur. 1 , '
, Tue farm crops in the county are
looking beautifully.
Dr. Williams, Mayor of Chilli
cothe,is not expected to live.
-
The - grass, etc.," ought to be
moved oft' the Court House yard. .
The reservoir is a great resort
for our young folks on Sunday.
Oxe dollar and a half, in advance
will pay for The Enquirer for One
year.
. C. W. Holland, has a canary,
that , laid nine eggs. Who can
beat it?
The potato bugs have not taken
charge of the potatoes in this
county.
Mr. Jones, residing in Zaleski,
in this county, was burned out last
Tuesday week.; ' ' ' ; ' ;
Saturday evening was beautiful
consequently our well-to-do folli s
were on the go.
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Get up a pic-nic and have a good
time generally. Tic-nic printing
neatly done at this olllcc.
1 i i tm.
The citizens of Chillicothc are
agitating a irtsw railroad, running
from that city to Circleville.
We are now pivpared to receive
boquets as we .have got our of
fice in tip top shape.
Our fanners rejoiced at the show
ers last Wednesday evening, and
yesterday morning.
John Hendricks and Edmond
Quinx were removed to the Peni'
tentiary last week. .
Why do not our villagers and
farmers in this vicinity tend to
their .grapa vines.
It is whispered that a mite soci
, cty will hereafter bo held every
week, by our young folks. Good.
Regular quarterly meeting of
the Methodist Episcopal Church,
commenced last Saturday evening.
Hance SrRAGUE says, that Joe.
Feltox is the prettiest young man
In the village. How is that, ladies?
The time tablo on the M. A; C.
R. R.A and the C. k II, R. R., have
been corrected. See time tables else
where, mm
Tue Bo wen House, at Zaleski, is
pleasantly situated, Always stop
there when you visit Zaleski. Terms
very moderate.
Wanted. The public to know
"that we fti'O prepared to turn out
the best work in the State, and at
the lowest rates. , V ;
Tu Mito Society, for the benefit
oi the M, K, Church, was held at
the resilience of J, A. Feltox, on
Friday evening last,
,.' -- ' ;
There is not the least doubt but
on to-morrow there will be a sunrise
and a sunset. Wonder, if Tony
lias ever heard of these things! '
Our young men in this village
have no buso bull (tjnb, but have a
much mora worthy an association
a splendid brass bond.
The annual re-union of tho sol
diers of tho war of 1812 will be
held at Paris, Kentucky, on Wednes
day, tho 18th lust.,
Thj foronmn of TiJic Exquirer,
tenders his thanks to Mrs, J, J.
Shockey for a beautiful and artist
ically arranged bouquet of flowers.
8 -- mm,
It will ho worth observing this
season whether tho very late spring
.' TfO RIO living makes anydUVercnce
U Uio piimbcr of Insects which at
tack tho fruit crop,
; 1 ;
It rained and thuudorcd north ,
east of hero last Wednesday even
ing. You would have thoughwo,
if you could liavo heard an individ
ual tell it. It's funny hunt him
up. 'm ;
yj. McCf.uno, a dangerous hi;
,Uo, lately cofl"fi4 If ,ij)o Iiock
Ing connty Infirmary, escaped May
22d. llo is desporato man, it is
said.
The June number of Wood's
HocssnoLD Magazine, is just the
book for the family circle! Just the
dear old Household magazine we
used, to greet so gladly. Tho arti
cles are not' so heavy; there are
more stories; not trashy, sensation
al compositions, but such as bear
throughout a strong influence for
all that is good-, and pure, and true.
A noticeable feature is that there
is something helpful, encouraging,
cdmforting upon almost every page.
A bright fucu like this is needed in
every household. Tne chiLireu's
department Is fully up to its stand
ard, and printed in much better
type. As to 'make-up of magazine,
we notice a great improvement; A
Temperance story is announced
hereafter, for eyery number. II. V.
OSiiorne (Tenoroon) has been re
called as editor, and assumes the
entire management. Subscription
price only one dollar a year. ; Ad
dress Wood's Household . Maga
zine, Newburgh, New York.
The Blacksmiths and Machinists'
ball,. that was given in Chillicothe
May 2Gth, was ' largely , at
lenciea, notwithstanding tne rainy
night. We suggest to the Associa
tion that the next time they give a
ball, it would bo quite beneficial
not only to the Society, but to the
community at large, to have some
floor managers that had some gurap
tion or sense not let a stranger
sit for hours, without having an op
portunity to dance,
The Columbus and Hocking Val
ley , Railroad will more materially
than ever emphasise its higli and
widely reputable character as one
of the most successful and enter
prising roads in the country by the
construction of an additional track,
which work we learn will be shortly
be entered upon. This road recent
ly filed a certificate with the Secre
tary of State increasing its capital
stock one million dollars. Athens
Memenuer,
The people of Zaleski are still
making preparations for a real old
fashioned Fourth-of-July celebra
tion. Everybody from everywhere
ought to be present. There will be
lots of fun, choice refreshments and
a considerable amount of dancing,
II. (J. Mankv and John Kale arc
floor managers. Let us all go from
McArthur. There will bo plenty
to eat there on that day.
Postal Cards, according to a
late decision ot' tho P. X). depart
ment, are not to be advertised; and
arc not to be returned to tho wri
ter, and are not to be sent to the
dead letter office. If not delivered
CO days after receipt, they are to be
burned. - ' ' '
Out West. Ex-Sheriff DAx.
Booth, of McArthur, Henry Clark,
of Elk Township, and William Fee,
of Swan Township, left for the west
last week. . Their attention will be
directed in part to the State of
Missouri.
-m m . u m i I...
The Ohio Legislature passed a
bill changing the weight of clover
seed from 62 to CO pounds; oats
from 34 to 32 pounds; corn in the
ear, after the first of January next,
to 08 pounds, and dried apples
from 22 to 20 pounds.
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Tub basis of local prosperity con
sists in keeping money in circula
tion at home. This can bo best at
tained by buying articles for per
sonal and domestic uso of our home
dealers,
It is sad to see so. many small
boys idling away their time around
the streets, growing up to be nobody
without schooling, who will never
amount to any thing in their livts,
and finally die petit jurors.
m .!
From our window, hist week, we
saw somebody's little urchin, prob
ably flvo or six years old, smoking
a cigar, What are' the small boys
in this village comuj to ? Beware
Parents, Beware!
One of tho laws enacted by tho
lato Legislature is of some import
ance to farmers who have been an
noyed by hunters. This law makes
It necessary for sportsmen to obtain
tho consent of the owners of land
before entering upon them . for the
purpose of hunting.
We notico that some bad bo's
make a practico of . stoning birds
anil nearly everything they chance
to got thclF eyes On. This is wrong,
and parents should wako an effort
to have it stopped.
It would be more convenient for
us if correspondents would send us
their communications on Saturday
in prder to insure their publication
in tho papoi' tanned .the following
week, 1 j':!:,;-,
ii i IS
The State -Board of Agriculture
is getting ready for tho State Fair.
The Grounds at , Mansfield aro bo-
ing repaired and necessary ar
rangements made. -
Tp Ohio Conference Camp meet-
frgWlW'If'tVfl ?rW95 e,iist of
Logan, ' beginning qn he 7th of
August
l he Luxuries ok Modern Trav
el. The Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road is not only entitled to be call
ed "old reliable," but it is very pro
gressive and enterprising ih design
ing and carrying out plans for tho
comfort and convenience of its pat
rons and tho public generally. Tho
last thing we have heard of their
doing is quite, a master stroke.
They have opened an oftlce nt No.
700 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
'which has some novel arrangements
attached, making it the most com
plete and convenient railroad oftlce
in the world. In tho first place, as
is undid in ticket oiflces in large
cities, you can buy tickets and get
your baggage chocked for all prin
cipal points In tho country. Then,
what is not usual, the travelers'
waiting-room is transformed into a
reading-room, where all the leading
newspapers of the country may be
found fresh' every day. This will
be a great attraction to travelers.
Again, as is general in such ofllces.
telegrams can be sent to all parts of
tho country, but some striking nov
elties make this oflice excel any
other as a place for those who want
to communicate with others at a
distance in tho city. Tho lines 'of
the "Local Telegraph Company"
enter the oflice, and messages can
be sent to all parts of the city.
Then, too, the "American District
Telegraph" have always at this of
fice special messengers who are pre
pared to go on errands of all kinds,
at any hour of tho day and night.
These two arrangements will make
the Baltimore and Ohio oftlce a
groat convenience to citizens as
well as travelers. Nothing so great
as the- plans and details of this
Philadelphia office has as yet been
accomplished by any other railroad,
and the Baltimore and Ohio is 'en
titled to great credit for taking such
an advanced step. Their oftlce here
is under the' Burnet House, where
Colonel Sidney B. Jones, agent, and
his aid-de-camp, Thomas Barry,
will welcome every body desirous
of information or tickets. Cincin
nati Enquirer.
mm m s m
Last Saturday morning we drop
ped into the Family Grocery House
and Saloon of Messrs. Swetlaxd &
Son, in Pearce's late stand, on the
north side of Main street, and were
surprised to find that they had fit
ted up such a pleusaut and conve
nient place for the reception of
those who wish to rest and refresh
themselves. They have just com
pleted a very large Refrigerator, the
largest we have ever seen, which is
a handsome piece of furniture, and
is as cool as
" Greenland's ley mountains.
Tho boys have given It the name
of "Arctic." From the "Arctic"
the coolest drinks flow this warm
weather Just the place to go
this warm weather. They have a
choice assortment of Candies-flnost
iu town a fine lot of Canned Goods,
Nuts, Notions, etc. Call and see
how finely they have fitted up their
establishment,
A Wonderful IifVEiiTiqif Re
cently Patented. An elegant lit-
tlo instrument which combines
twelve practically useful tools viz:
Pocket Rule, Euler, Square, Bevel,
Screw Driver, Chisel, Compasses,
Scissors, Button Hole Cutter, Era
ser and Pencil Sharpener. .The ar
ticle is made of steel and evidently
durable. Agents are wanted In
in every town. The proprietors of
fer to send etoej ppHshed? post-paid,
by mail, for. fifty cents. Silver
plated one dollar. Gold plated two
dollars, Persons desiring an agen-
sy, or to obtain the tools, should ap
ply at once. The proper address Is
Combination Tool Co., 124 Nassau
Street, New .York. Also tho. new
Revolver Lightening Trap, which
windg up like a clock, Kills Rats,
Gophers, Squirrels, Mice, 4c, and
throws them away and sets itself as
quick as tho name indicates. One
trap sent by express for one dol-
lar.
June ll-3w. o-w
The printed and bound volumes
of the Ohio School Laws, passed
May 1, 1873, have been received at
the Auditors office, aud aro ready
for distribution by Auditor Bel-
ford, Tho Clerk and Treasurer of
each Board of Education, Clerk of
each Sub-District, Clerk of each
Board of School examiners, and
each county officer having duties
to discharge under the school law,
are entitled to copies of the School
Law, and are requested to call at
the- Auditor's office and receive
them, " i ......
Wk were pleased to receive a call,
one .day last week, from Major
Stkih, of the 3rd . Auditor's Office,
Washington, D. C. ; The Major is a
correspondent fop a'mimbcr. fif ews:
papers; and, as he seemed-to bo
well pleased with our little village,
we hope ho will Write up a good ac
count of It. : : '" J ;v- ' ; -) '
About this time of the year able
bodied voters may expect a little in
vitation, to appear on the . public
highway and with the aid of
shqYol, reudcpBqrneger'yicse 9, tljcfr,
country, . '
, A . Sechit : Worth Knowixo.
Every number- of Peters' Musical
Monthly contains from' eight to ten
pieces of choice New Musks worth
at least $ I in sheet-form, ami all tho
Publisher ask is 30 cents por num
ber. Think- of. it! Four or five
Songs, Vocal Duetts, Four-Hand
Pieces, and four Piano Pieces for
30 cents. " '
No musical family can afford to
be without this valuable magazine.
Our advice is, to subscribe, sing
play, and be happy. The May num
ber is just to hand; you can get it
by sending 30 cents to J. L. Peters,
599, Broadway, New York, or the
first four numbers of 1873 will be
mailed for $1.
Lost. A church letter, belong
ing to Mrs. Ada E. Adams. The
letter is given by tho Presbyterian
Church at Cameron, Missouri, and
signed by . the Rev. Mr. Fkaxce.
The Under will confer a great favor
by leaving it at this oflice.
Tnn Soldiers' A'dvocate, a month
ly journal, devoted exclusively to
the interest of soldiers of tho late
war, publishes all laws and decis
ions affecting tho rights of soldiers,
Specimen copy free. Address
Soldiers' Advocate, Freeport, 111.
MARRIED.
GIBBONS-WILTn AUK- In MoArthur,
uii lumiiij, yUo on, ltfis, ujr uev. Stephens,
Mr. James Gibbons, of Now l'lympion, anil
Mrs. 1'uokbb T. Wiltbauks, of McArthur.
,.?AE?f!-WYMAN-0' Wednesday, Juno
4th, 1873, by Eld. Jonathan Briue, Mr. Wil
liam F. MAPKH nnd Miua Miiitiii 1' v v
man, dauifhtor of Lkvi Wyiian.
May success attend this newly wedded
piur i
BOBO BROWVOn Tli,,,lo,- T,.na Ktl.
I87S, by Eld. Jonathan Brine, Mr. Ezkkikl
MUM iu.d. juAIWAHKT JKUWN.
May they live and enjoy each othera happl
ness ior t thousand years I
Special Notices.
To Kansas anil Colorado I During the
summer season of 1873, the Missouri Paolflo
Railroad will sell Excursion Tickets fiom 8t
Louis to Denver and return, at very low ratca
of faro, and a rare opportunity is thereby of
fered, for lovers of nature to view the benu.
ties or Colorado and enjoy the delightful
scenery nnd health-inspiring climate of the
farks of the Rocky Mountains.
Kansas, with its broad and fertile plains, is
directly on tho route, together with all the
other Western States and Territories, is reach
ed by tho Missouri Pacific Riillroud and its
connections. The Texas connection of this
road is now completed, and passengers are
offered a ilrst-clnsB, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, oither over the Missouri,
Kansas ft Texas B. R. via Sednlin, or over the
Atlantic ft I'aclllc It. R. ita Vinlta. For
maps, time tables, Information as to rates,
routes, Itc, wo refer our renders to J. F
Thompson, Southern l'ussenger Agent, Chat
tanooga. Tenn., or E. A. Fnrd, O'n'r'l Passes
ger Agent. SUl.ouls. Mo. Questions will he
eheorfully and promptly answeroil. 1-ly
FOB L088 of ArPKTlTK, Dyspepsia. Indl-
gostion, Depression of Spirits and General
Debility, In their various forms, Fbkbo
PnoflpORATED Elixir or Calibata made by
Caswell, Hazard ft Co.,New York, and sold
uv au druggists, is tho boat tonlo. As a stlm
ulent tonic for patienta recovering from fevei
oroiner aickness, It has no equal. If taken
uui iiiK uiu season u proven ts lover and ague
and other Intermittent fevers. iy.4w
l-4v
Emigration Turnlng-.-Cheap Farms In
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantlo ftracillo
Itflllrond Company offers 1,200,000 acres of land
In Central aud South-west Missouri, at from $3
to 1S por acre, on seven yoars' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber,- mineral wealth,
school, churches, and law-abiding society in
vito emigrants from all points to this land of
.. u..T, ami iiuwors. r or particulars address A.
Tl'OK, Land Commissioner, St Louis, Mo. 1-ly
Por Ayor's Modiolnos, go to O, V. Slsson's,
Ir. N. J, Uowers, Dentist, MoArthur, O.
I'liTBauBan. March, isra.
We have used largo quantities of Boymer
uuuman a u.' Htrlctly Fure White Lead,
and have always found it uniformly and finely
ground, very whlto and of exceUent body.
Ita purity wo havo never questioned, and we
ciiccrmiiy recommend it.
THOMPSON ft MILLER,
Master Painter.
A PABD.-A qorgynmu. while rcsldlnir In
South America, as JJisalouary, discovered a
saie ana umpie rsmedy for the enr of nor?,
ous wenknoss, early decay, dlseaso of the
urinary and seminal organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
Tlo'ous habit. Great numbers have been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate,
I will aend the receipt for preparing and nslng
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to anyone
who needs It, Frtt o Charge! Addresa
JOSEPH T, INMAK,
March 19? N: Y-
To the SufferingThe Rev. Wm. II. Nor
ton, while residlug In Brosll as Missionary,
discovered in that land or medicines a remedy
Top Consumption. Burofula, guro Throat,
Coughs, (ilds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This romedy tins cured mygotf aftor all
other medicines had failed,
Wlahlng to benefit the suffering, I will solid
the reclpo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire it, Frooof Charge.
Please send an envelope with your nnmo
and address on it. Atldrms,
March 10, 18T8-vT,nlO.
For- Fine Perfumery, go to Slseon's Dru
Store.
The Hest rioe.-TliO choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Queonswaro, Glassware, Notions, Ac.,
caa be had at Davis Dunoan's Store, in Za
leski, at all times. . ,
Corn, oats, pofatoe and nrflduea, of opry
dosorlptlon taken In exohango for goods, at
his store. In oounocUon with hi store he ha
a Saddle and Harness shop, and will ropair
anything in that line on short notice and at
low figures. Go and see him. tf
lr. Jf.i. Bower, Dentist, MoArthur, 0.
Vot Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Si-
son's.
"i i
Five Hundred Thousand.-iSOO.000 luittu.
of Greene's August Flower have been mid In
hub oiaie in three months. We only ask you
to go to the drng storos of Gunning orSlsson
McArthur, Ohio, and got a bottlo frtt of eharM
or a regular site at 75 cent. Kvory bottlo
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver eom
plnlht, SlcV hoadavhe, Costlvenesn, Heart
burn, Watorbrash, SourStomuoh, Indlgeatlo
Impure Blood, and all dlseaso caused by Im
pure Blood, or dornngod 8toinnoh and X-lyar,
Try If. . , (. q. OttEJJN, Proprietor, -
CoultiWi, Ohio.
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Miscellaneous Advertisements,
nnnT0RscAMBS&iT,,i,B
I I J. I'. RROOXINH SON, Of Kll-
I I ton, Ohio, testily that onk bottle
III of Khkhh KkvkkTonio t'ureilfuur
JJJ :! of-Agruo. Wrrto them ami
seonliout it! A liosc of PILLS 1'HKK with
rV'.r,,;.i"'ttlu.- 'Ar.T. HONKS unit QUICK
t.l l!KS nil) VA URANTKI) by
W.C. HAMILTON ft CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sllsffl fiO AJKN,W Piollts por week. Wilt
Sy I VU prove it or furlnit 'i00. New nr
ticlua jiiit Dntenteil. Sninplen Bent free to nil.
Aililiviw YV. H. UIIDKSTEIt, SU7 llromlway,
Henry Ward Bescher Paper, with the
lniKiiHt olrciilatiou in the world, irrows
wonderfully because it la th btat paptr, gn
mibmii'lliern th mom Imtutlful premium , nnd
oirerM niivnuHers tin-nicwt LIHKKALTKRMS.
Hciid lor l.ireiilnr. J. It. KORU A CO., New
1 ork, UosUjii, Chicago, or Huu Franelneo. 4w
WORKING CUttS&r,&&:
teed. Respectable employment at home, day
orovenini; 110 capital required; full instriio.
tiong and valuable package of goods aent f roe
17 1'-. !:.,A.lIill'es8i with aix cent return stamp,
M.1QUKU& Co., 118 Greenwich St., N. V.
NUMEROUS TESTS HAVE l'ROVEO
N.F. BURNHAM'S NEW TURBINE
WA TER WHEEL,
To to the Beit Ever Invented.
Pamplilotfrw. Adilreas York, Pa. -4w
Never
Neglect a Cought Notliiug Is more certain
to lay tno louiiuation lor future evil conse
quences. -
WELLS' CAEDOLIC R ABLETS
are a sure cure for nil disscasca of the rcnira
torv organs,sore throat, horaonesa, drynesa
of tlio throat. Colds, Croup, Diphthorin, Aath-
ana nil dweuBCB of the lunga.
In nil ruses of sudden cold, howe"? taken
inii. marrii, winupipo or iiruncinai 'l ubes.
tlieso lniilets should bo promptly ad freely
used. They equal uo tho circulation of thd
blood, mitlgnto the severity of the attack, an
wlll, in a very short time, rostoro lioulthy ace
tion to the affected organs.
Wells' CarbolioTablots aro put up only in
blue boxes. Tuko no substitutes. If thev
can't be had at your druggist'a, send at once
to the agent In New York, who will forward
tnem r return man,
Don't be deceived by imitations.
Sold by druggists. BWf-Priee 25c. a box.
JOHN Q. KELLOGli. 18 1'latt St.. N. Y,
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subscription. Agents are having unheard-of
success, oue naving taken over l, wo names.
All pronounce this great combination the bent
ciiance ior nionoy.mnKlug ever oneroil. Cir
culars free. MACLEAN. STODDART A CO..
Chicago, Illinois. 4w
Fever and Ague Cured by
INCHO - QUININE.
which combines U the alkaloids of tho Cin
chona Barks, and Is as effectual a remedy as
the Sulphate of Quinine, whilo It Is much
clieaprr and moro palatable. Br? Send
stamp for dcanriptlve eireular wlln formuln
for using the PINCUQ-QUINJNJi, aud Tes
timonials from Physicians all oyer thocountry.
Prepared br UlLLINOS. CLAPP ft CO..
Chemists, uccossor to Jas, R. Nichols A Co.,
Boston, Massachusetts.
Kunreseuuid In New York by S. II. Austin.
at John F. Henry's, No. 8 College Place.
nfiTiimmiuiJidu
Is tiikmoht powerful OLltANBit a. atrenirth.
oner and remover of (llandular Obstructions
nown to Materia Median,
IT 18 rpkoially ARAM-Rn to const tut nna
worn down" and dubilltntnd by the warm
weather of Spring and Summer, when the
blood is not in active ciroulai ion, consequent
ly gatboring Impurities from sluggishness and
imperfect action of the secretive organs, and
Is manifested by Turners, llniplion'j, itluUilics,
Bulk KiMulua' Scroflila, v " ?. h
WIIKN wbahy and LANUDin from overwork.
and dullness, drowsiness and luertla take tho
place or energy and vigor, the system needs
iu.nu hi mi tin ii up nnu hoi p tno viiki
'orons to regain thulr recuperative power,
IN TI1R HKAT OK SUMHKII. flWIIIOlltlv the
Liver and Hploon do not properly ierfnmi
their functions ; tho Utorino nnd Urinary Or-
summon and Intestines aud a
i w
predlapositlon
to uiiuous derangement,
xx.. wmiiiia'
EXTRACT OF
BA
rnKPARin tilRMiTLV Irani tho Si
MEK1CAN PLANT, and Is nociilis
I'll A.
to all these dinieultles i it will cleanse the VI
peculiarly suited
IATKD II I,( )()!), strengtlion the LIFK-
GIVINO POVKltS.anl KKMOVE ALL Oil
m ... .a.,,.. .1.11:11111
STRUCTION8 from 1MIA1UEU AND EN
FKEULEl) Organs.
lTRiioiii,DniriiRRt,r takrn, as Jurulieba
Is pronoiinncd by medical writers the most ef.
nelont I'UKiKIKIt, TONIC and DKOHTHHU
ENT known in the whole rnntro of meilichial
ulhits.
JOHN Q. K KI,I,OGO, 1R putt St.. New York
Snip agniit fiir tl0 U nlyed Btatoi. ' ' " 1 T
Prion il por Doltlu. Bend furClrcular
ws-wae
lit
Poultry Yards.
17MWRK TOULTRY YARDS.
AH' - ., -
Park and I.liht Ilranmas. Duff and Tar-
tridini Cut'liltm, llonilaim, Iirlwn'J, Hud Ml
ding vr(Kt(ii;. ItMKM hir lliili(tiln M. pbr
dom;n.
rKlwi s'i,, in,r yftlrl W nifr trio. Wo
Cn hiiltoHiluroof worv down sunt
out by ns'to hatch, if Uiev do not we will kkiiII
auolher lrm nL onn-liiilf prion. Ku stmt C,
cillar.- Addrrsn I)r, C, I,EWlti,MmlWirii
J, ii. u tiiisirmi HtMKI stump Kir iiiiihu-mhi vir
JOHN W. WILCOX'S
Cheap Cash Store!
HAMDEN,
JUST RECEIVED 201 MENS' and BOYS' Fine Fur Hats being
a lot of Manufacturers' Samples, which I bought for ONE HALF they
cost to .Tianufacfure (hem and I am offering them at 75c.$2 50; nil bo
ing of the latest style and best material. They are worth at wholesak
from $1 00 to $3 50; Four dozen Calico Shirts at 37 Jc: 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 nt 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 Bets
Ladies' Linen Cuffs, and Collars,New Style, only 25 eta per set. TEN
DOZ. Ladies' Hose, only 20 cts, sold elsewhere at 3 est; 500 yards
COTTONADE, at 18 to 37c. 1,000 yards BLEACHED MUSLIN
at 9, 11, 131 14, 15, 16 J, and 18c.
An Immense Stock of
Spragues' American, Merrimack ana Cochico Prints,
ONLY lie. PER YARD.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12C. PER YARD.
Positively No Goods Sold On Credit.
Don't be humbugged by merchants who tell you these prices are for
micrior goous, diu come ana see
,1 A 1. - T3TTari ATT 1 -r TniTr
March 20, 1873.
SPEINQI
IB. O. SWIFT,
CJdllicothe, Ohio.
MY STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTJWEMT,
SMALL WARES,
HOSIERY,
. BLANK ROOKS,
and
STATIONERY,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
"W ALL 3P A E H3 n.,
OF ALL LATH STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AM IN QUANTITIES
S. C.
Purniture !
-ti"'i;
rrii! in mi- r-r- t in fi : -xm
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
EVEEY DESCRIPTION of FURNITURE of MODERN STYLES
manufaoturS to onter anil repair Furniture of
prepared
COFFINS OF EVERY
and accompany tlieui with a Hearse.
ftay-The
zaniit my A took.
March 16th, 19B.
A. MARTIN,
Desire to say to their friends
i n.iii i
general, mat, mey nave now
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
AND
Positively Sell Goois Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
PTJTPPG 1
xuvuu I
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES".
We shall liereafter soil our
EQUIVALENT, thus ewaUirtg
Better Bargains than Ever Before!
All kinds of Produce bouffbt
Come and see us when you come
satisfactory dealing.
l a; mautin k son, ;
At " THE OLp CORNER STOItE" ,
, ,t Omo , door Wewt of Oonvt-bonjVTc T , nrjDhiot-.,
OHIO.
:0:-
lor yourself. I GUARANTEE mv
"
Jollll We WilCOX.
3.873
TO SUIT PURCHASERS
SWIFT, Chillicothe, OJdo.
IPxirrLllnxre
all kinds, at the moat reasonable prices. I am
to furnish
STYLE AND VARIETY,
pnbllo r lnyited to oall and
PARIS 1IORTON.
L DES MARTIN.
and customers, and the public in
, ; . .
in Btore a splendid stock of
ARE
te anj House in Vinton Connty !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT !
gooda outy for CASH, OR ITS
ws to give Our . patrons
and sold at the Market Prices 1
to town, and we guaranteo you
". . ,
-",
i-T.'!n,,u,1t"K,,,!,f.
Railroad.
WE
?8Bi:"""SF
I in ftdvanca Of fill rmnMtitni I. la that
only line running through car to the West.
,"' onuisier, lerriUKO, all rliAngps una
AVi ftV.riilpft hv miiln rriIlL'l Clil.'
COCIIES, Ai follows:
For all pointa In
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
Tho TlirmiKli Coach leaves Cincinnati at 9: 80
r. m., lniiiiinanolk at 8: 45 A. runnlnir
tlirongh liloimniiKton, Veoria, UaleHliurir,
nitrllllirtOn. Olt.liniUU mil r'rasl,.n arriving .1
OMA1IA at 1U-.00 a. n.. NEXT DAY. houriln
Riivancu of any other route, mukinK but oue
clmngj ofears to , .
SAN. FRANCISCO. ;
Get your tickets via IntllanapolUaml Teoria.
- o
For all point in '
Kamai, Colorado and the Southwest,
Tho Throngh Coanli leaven Cincinnati at 8: 00
P. M.. IniliunHiiolla at twill p u ,,n..i.w.
tlirough Dauville. Decatur, Jacksonvitlo anil
Hiilncy, arriving In KANSA8 LTl'V at 10: 40
Hours in advance of St.
uVi?ii,'w"i.makini51"lto,,e ehanp;o of ears for
HUM BOLT, KT. BCO'IT and HUN VCIt..
Get your tickets via IiuiiunaiKilis. Danville
and Quiucy. , , . ,
-FOU- . . -
Kocfc Islanaand" Davenport.
Tlie Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8: OT
P. if ..Indianapolis nt 8:00 r. ji. ninninir
Hirongh ltloomington, Peoria and Galva. ar
SS'SWi.S0 ISLAND at 11:80 a. m., HA
VENl'ORT at 11:65 a. next day making
but one change of cars for points In
NORTUBBN ILLINOIS and IOWA.
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peoria.
Pullman's Palace Drawing-Boom
and Sleeping Cars. .
Run thronirh from Clnninn Aft Ir. an A
Indianapolis to Burlington.
Travelers to any Western point can now
ta ke their satchels, bandboxos and bundles,
select a comfortable seat and keep it to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient ftrrano-i-iiipniji nh.n-ont ...
and quick time, this route In now tU
popular thorovghart between th Sat
nenU
great
and
C.W. SMITH, Oen'l Manager,
JNO. TV. BROWN, Cen. Pat, it Tkt. Agt.,
Indianapolis, lud.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
On and after November 9, 1872, Trains will
run as iouows:
9 .
ics.
lid
jM a,
2,5aot-ioio-(l,i
jiS ' : : : :::::::.::::
d 1 4 ; : : : : :::::::::::::
mt ti m
:::::::::::: :S :9
: : : : : : i i : !d
:3
' &
i
4
as : : : :
3A: : : :
SSg?.S.?.8 522S
. -mf mf mf, ff) fjQ m (NHHHrtO O 00 UO OL
'5 .233 83 S-3diJS S.S S
&
a. ti
o.
v
Q
5
Miiel "Fag ssgHfglTii
s
:a is
sssa
!4
ii : : : i i . :::::::: : : :
3::: it, i V i i : r :
uMtHvi9tOIC9' M5 tO 0 CD B D D tOkCCO)
S4 : :
u
) j
124
3
other trains daily, except Sunday. '
.WLlKkmm AT, make, no
CINCINNATI K"VIl(Km .i.i, ...
aiituiiwu ail( AitltJUS
Portsmoath Branch.
Don. Ilamdon ,
Arr. Jackson
Mail Accommoilat'n
?:i?P:.ra' :15 a.m. ,
4:14 " 7;jil
6:4R " ' lt-so ' ''
rortsmonth
TIIAIN9 CONNEfrr at tnvirr . in .
FS tfl 'i?4? u t,,e ltll? Mlaml8allroail,
and at the Indiananol s ft (' nii,n.ti ..n:
road Junction for all points West.
W. W. IKABODT,
W. K. LAN HK9TER, .
uimvur ui i ransporcailon. ,
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Boute to the National Cl.
f toland Uaatwitrd. r
On and Bftor Moiiday, November 19. Trains
will run as follows: . , " "'
EXgTWAHlr
iteprete
line
Bwprtt
1'cpart
Parkersliurir
Cuinlierlanil.
Harpers Kerry...
WasniiiKton June
.... Arrive
llnltlinore .......
WNHliinirtnn
lMilladRfiiliia
New York
WESTWAB1),
Depart...,,.
NerYork '
1'h i lolphla
Wanhlnirtou,.,...
lialtlinoro
Arrive
t M A in
1 8.1 I'm
W5
40Pm
5 61 "
8SU "
B45 "
8 44 Am
1 1 I'm
445
5 OA
1x1)4 Pm
10 IK)
USA Am
015 ,"
10 00 "
1 SO I'm
410 V
nsnpni
RHOAiti
II -13 I'm
8 011 "
4 1 Am
4 85
AM) '
sopm
4 00 Am
boo Pm
8 AO Am
nut
A 41) A nt
II 00 "
0 4Al'in
81 "
8 80
is (w rm
BUO "
Washing ton June.
uarpers f orrjr...
Cuinlierlanil...:,,.
I'ai'keinliiii'ir
10 IN
B V5
PBllmtn Palaos Drawing Room Slesplnf Oar,
nilrh aro as coinfortahle, elejrnntly ruinlsluxt
ml alniOHt eoiinl to it rtro-siilu, - 8ii
aliis fmm (ineliiniitl to llillinw.w, .!
Which
and nl
Marietta Kailrnud for time of arrivln-- aud do
parting; from MoArtlmr.
tl'lfuUiover allothei,
s, that it (rlve.li I travelers holding thr.tlfh
bi,:Lvin friiv irm
l'hiladelpliia, ami
tlekela the privUire..f .visiting Jlaltl , T..
iiiianeipiiia, ami tn National tm.lu.1 f,
liuio uiilokerand ralesof faro lower til
iito. , '
,, n 1. is IUI. 1,,.
v4uauuii lur Krnuiliiliron (Ills Umtiuent,
" uiiuwav III I1..t
to snippssa or JHtienr,
save shippui-g miieli uiiinev.
(len.FroinhlA.iPaUimw
' i litn.ra
'ass. Aif'U.tlneliiunf.i.
This 1 ne offers superior luduinientH-tha
rates l.elng one-tlilni lower lo and f,, "'
Um, Nework, or any eiher e,,tri, ' ,,V
In onlerlnpf r,uU of any diis.".rlpt ,
aya Wwl ii to shin m,, ti u i
reiith.tis. Vrj-lKliUnhfppe.1 ),v tfii. ni" l y i .7
have (li'xhiit. Ii. m i. I. V...ii...i ...v.. " 1 10
n il rnio m,,
WD keep cuMiHiniitly tin limid lit tffi,, ,,r.
Hi e a "ii pill y of KN V M.Ol'K.H, ,,
Wljlcli a runl nl nny ili-H,:ilKinii wl'l ,
P''i d unlnw Hint all mnv in' ,,, , , ,', ., ,

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