TV! IS, 18
MoARTIICR, OHIO. m
NO BUSINESS DONE ON iATPRDAYjf
Rail Road Meeting.
Please day that' there will he :
raeoting'of the Stockholders of tbe
Gallipolis, Me Arther aud Columbus
Rail Boad, at ' the Court' Hoi
Saturday, the 21st lost., at ZpWock
p. m. Matters of interest -to our
people will be considered. 1 Every
body is invited to attend,' ( :
H. C. Jones, )
I). Wax, , Com.
T, B. Davis. )
mm. ti '.
Our Tom left the village M-
gust last Friday,' without ;! ng
word to nuy.bodv. Be cjrefuVToM,
of that . ; '"
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The jIzens !' tycArtt.ui'j.ud on
a!eM, should, not forgptath . 4th
of July celeratious and plc-nics jit
these , place. , ;7 ?j l :
A nick . fence, has been ejected
around the school house yard of
the school house in the independ
cot district of Zaleskl. .", ' .
The coal tonnage for the Colum
bus fc Hocking Valley Railroad for
the month of May, was 63.50Q tons;
total . earnings of company in the
same time, $85,577,17. .
Jlr. C. E. M. Jennings, publisher
f tk The Athens Meuenger, w
& boy, aged ten years,ln the Hock
ing river last Thursday week.
Amu all, we are to have ft lively
t?me on tbe 4tb of July to be held
f ' rnnlil'd rnvi nniinrr 'in hit
U A " ' q . "
the oil itef object of the occasion.
The M. P R K. Company lost
their oil 8hcl and several loaded
cars of freight,', in Cincinnati,, last
Sundav week bv i?re." . The loss es
timated about $150,00. ' .' , ,
Cuqquet playing is th3 cahsie of
having several of youug cJerks, irf
different stores, get "goss"r-cBPe
cialh when thev are - ouf late.
Shame, ladies ! ' ' ,
The Rev. Dr. Byebs will dellver
u free lecture, at the Court House,
in McArthur, this evening, at half
past Bevcn . o'clock- The theme
will be of interest to all, and ladies
aud gentleman are particularly in
A? the last examination of teach
ers, the following named persons
received certificates as follows: For
twelve months, Burnet A. Hook;
for. six months, Mat tie 8teece, and
Horatio Clay pool
tf. O. Perdue, Clerk JM. Exrs.
Wool. Ohio wool is quoted in
New York market, at 4952$c;
Boston' first1 lot of washed 'fleece,
New clip of Ohio 52$; Philadel
phia, hone are willing to pay'ihor
than 40 cents for best Ohla
Lasx Friday, C. W. HolIahd
brought us a magnificent; bo"j
prepared from his yard. , It was of
considerable size, rich in fragrance,
and the manner of its arrangements
refloated groat credit upon the ar
tistic skill of Mr, H. ; .
A False Report.
tfome person! bare circulated .the
report that I have quit making pic
turo frames to order. . There is no
truth la tho assertion. . I. lvo- a
good assortment of moulding and
oval frames' on hand, and better fa
unities' for, making frames' than
Ter before ''" ; ;' '' ':. ,'. ,,' '
firing on your pictures) and. get
them framed. , If you have ho pic
tures, come and, buy, some. t J j'av
a nice variety, and tery cheap,"; ,''
C. J. BILLINGHURST.
Wtf Under Sister Jam Pjcmjiio
our sine'' thauks once mora ' fpr
an ample aupply of natursWor
most hfiimtiiU flowers. In.-'tholr
lovely clusters whisper lmlm
n the air, and sln'5 th merry and
sweetened fragranco , ot tba good
Lord, who planted - inch Jworful
beauties in the blooming gfti'en '
earth. Wo never weary of . hT)d
soine clusters of flowers sitting oil
our table while reading or' writing,
staffing or praying. Who does not
love bcatttlful flowers ?
Thc injury to Hetty N. KobbluB,
in March last, by being thrown
from sulky, wblia driving a spir
ited horse,' has caused bim much
suffering, and bis friends uneasiness
:as to the result A recent exattln
: ation of his case disclosed that a
piece of skiiil was detached AU1 re
quired removal.' The operation wk
t successfully performed last Satur
day mornlog. byDr..Bowerfl,Jialsty
ied by Drs. Wilder and Turney.tbe
yilece of bone removed being about
an inch long by half an inch' wide.
At this time, Mr, Bobbins1 condition
is all that could bo desired. Cir
Hurrah for the Railroad!
WORK TO COMMENCE BY THE
15th OF JULY.
The Road be Pushed to Completion.
i 1 pletien. 1 ' '
v : , ; ..It,' at
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( The notice for a railroad meeting,
held at the Court House, on Satur
day afternoon Inst, called out many
of our merchants, business men, and
real estate owners, all fueling that
now if ever was the time to
place their boulders and means to
the work, and completo the iong-talked-of
EaiU-oad. A spirit of
general unanimity characterized
tbe business throughoutall anx
ious to improve the opportunity for
the advancement of McArthur and
its manufacturing prospects.
One speaker madd the remark
that, unless tha railroad wa com
pleted, we had batter desert the
lown altogether, and fenca it in !
f Mr. C. Karnes, one of the Di
fectors, received a proposition
m the Gallipolis, McArthur and
tolUinbus Railroad Company,
which U as follows: If the stock
fi'oUejfaat McArthur, or others in
terested, Will secure the payment of
$3,000 by the flrit day of August
next, the said company will agne,
or bind itself,' to forward the tools,
and furnish men unci teams to com
mence work at McArthur, or at any
point the stockholders may name,
on the line, not later than the 15th
of July, and perhaps sooner said
money not to be paid unless the
Company fulfills its agreement
This seems to us a plain and
very reasonable proposition more
the citizens of McArthur could not
ask. To meet the above require
ments, the citizens met, and after
due consideration of the subject,
gassed the following resolution:
i Rmolvid, That we will nie Ave thoiuand
rtolltn hf the 1st day of Augiut next, out
of the moucy nubicrlbud, aud to be (ubturibed.
to kulld tbe Uallipolia, UcArtliur and Col um
bel tUllruad, to be spent in buildiug said
road north ef lie Arthur Station, commencing
work at or north, of AIoArthur Station, and
working northward toward' ignn ; and that
we will par in tbo balance of euid nubscrlp
tieof made north of McArthur Station, a the
work progrenMt, or aa needed in grading laid
road ; prvtiM, saiil road ii located o at to
Intenoel tha Marietta and Cincinnati Kail
road at, oreaatof, lie Arthur Station ; prvvi
dti, wrlhtr, Uiat the aaid Directors com
mence worn UM)u the laid road between Mn
Arthur aud Mu.Vrthur HUtion hr tha IStli iliiv
There was not a dissenting vote.
Then, to show that our people were
in earnest, they drew up nn agree
ment binding themselves to pay
from 20 to 25 per cent, of their
stock by the 1st day of August
thus making "nssurauce doubly
sure" of the success of the road.
Twenty-one miles of the road,
north of Gallipoll.4, is now ready
for the ties and rails, aud arrange
ments have already been perfected
to secure theso, and alao one loco
motive and the work will be push
ed at once to completion.
A gang of men are now employ
ed a short distance from the Vinton
line, and the work is going forward
as rapidly its men can do it, and
means will admit. .
Now, citizens uf McArthur, let
there be no retrograde movement
ix this matter, but all pull together
with a will, and in a few months,
at the farthest, our town will be
gladdened by the approach of the
fooa-borse the harbinger of wealth
learn that quite a number of
citizens have signed the agree
ment to pay 20 per cent, of their
subscription by the lit of August;
others we have no doubt will sign
the article as soon as they have an
opportunity to do so. It is to be
hoped that this matter will not die
out with a simple resolve but that
ftbs oitizens of McArthur and vicin
ity, will push the matter, until the
road is completed.. Tbo contract
can be seen at the office of II. C.
Jokes, Esq. ' See the proceedings of
meeting in another column.
to send stool polished, post-paid,
A Woxdsrfui, Invention Re
cently Patented. An elegant lit
tle instrument which combines
twelve practically useful tools viz :
Pocket Eule, Ruler, 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
lu every town. The proprietors of
Iby mail, for fifty cents, Silver
plated one dollar, , (Gold plated two
dollars, Persons desiring an agon-
cy, or to obtain the tools, Bhould ap
ply at once, Tho pfopor address is
rt t.i..ii.. ti i T r i n i vt.
(vURlUIIiatiyi) Mi LU,, 1MIHSUU
Street, New York. Also tho new
Revolver Lightening Trap,' which
winds up like' a clock, Kills Rats,
Gophers, ' Squirrels, 'Uloe,'& and
throws them away and sets itself as
quick aa the name indicates. One
trap cent by express for one dol
lar. "', ;. ;,V Jmio 11 -3w. e w !
i i t .
Tuiaa Is no better advertising' me
diant thanTfls McArthur ENgui-
rjes, because it is read by thousands
of people in this and adjoining coun
ties. It you want you ail vert ise-
haetits read by everybody senr) them
o this offlce.
in ' - -
' i The picnic that was held at, Al-
lensvllle, this county, last Saturday,
was largely attended.
Rail Road Meeting.
The citizens of McArthur and
vicinity met at the Court House,
on Saturday, tho 14th Inst., pursu
ant to call, and organized a Rail
road meeting, by calling Judge Ka
ler, to the chair. II. C. Jones was
appointed Secretary. Tho Chair
stated the object of the meeting, to
bs to take into consideration the
propriety of raising money to com
mence work upon the Railroad at
or near McArthur. Mr. Karnes,
Director of the Gallipolis, McAr
thur and Columbus Rail Road, sta
ted that if the people hero at Mc
Arthur would raise $5,000 to bo
paid by August 1st, the Company
would commence work at or near
McArthur by the Oth of July,
with bands and teams, and that
they would press forward the work
to early completion.
Mr. N. Richmond, offered a res
olution, which after some amend
ment, was adopted The resolution
as adopted, read as follows :
Rksoj.vid, That we will ruiae Ave thousand
dollm by tbe lat day of Auguat next, out ol
the mouey iiibicribed, and to be aubnoribed,
to build the Gallipolis UcArtliur andColuui
bue Railroad, to be apout in building aaid
road north of AIcArtbur Station, commencing
work at or north of UcArtliur Station, and
working northward towards Logan ) aid that
we WUI pay In the balance of aaid subscrip
tion, made north of MaArtuur Station, tha
work progVMM or a edd In grading laid
road ; prvt!44, t4 read ia located io as to
later! tk Marietta tm4 Uncinnqtl Kail,
road as, east of, McOithur Station proH
44, fmiKmr, that the isU Directors com
uieuca Work upon the said road between Mc.
Arthur and McArthur Station by the 15th
day ot July next.
Upon the adoption of tho above
resolution, it was suggested that
resolutions were not very binding,
and thereupon the Secretary was re
quested to draw up an agreement be
tween tbe company and tbe stock
holders, embodying the above prop
osition and binding the stockhol
ders to pay 20 per cent, of subscrib
ed stock, which was doae-n num
ber of the stockholders signing the
The chair upon motion appointed
II. C. Jones, Dan Will, Tho's. B.
Davis, a committee to call upon the
stockholders to procure their names
to the contract After the adoption
of a resolution requcstiug the local
papers to publish the proceedings of
the meeting, tbe meeting adjourn
H. C. JONES,
Last Thursday morning we went
to Vinton Station to get on board
the Zaleskl and Cbillicothe Accom
modation Train for the first named
place. When the train arrived,
the Conductor, C. C. Grick, one of
the cleverest and the most lucky
conductors on the roiul, informed us
that tho train would havo to visit
the Furnace, and he gave us an In
vitation to accompany him. We ac
cepted the invition and "piled into"
the tender, where we could plainly
sec whether Cuarlev's faithful en
gineer, Gus, Bazle who can't say
whether his life is his own
or not, when he is "throwing" his
huge machine across that infernal
piece of road -had a general knowl
edge of his very responsible posi
tion. But long before the comple
tion of tho "switching," "crossing,"
running backwards and forwards
for two hours to perform two min
utes work on all sorts of disgrace
ful switches, of which the Vinton
Furnace and Coal Co. ought to be
ashamed, and upon whlctK.no re
pairing hM been txecated for two
months, we came to the conclu
sion that Gus could not be beat
and that Cbablet was made of
patience. ' It would bo a good
idea for the M. dc C. Company
to notify the Vinton Furnace Coal
Company, or those whom it may
concern, that it is not only unprofita
ble, but dangerous, to run a locomo
tive attached to a heavily loaded
coal, coke, or Iron car over that
line of road. A few hundreds of
dollars expended In repairs along
tbe line and the " played-out "
switches, may be the means of sav
ing many thousands of dollars
worth of property, as well as tho
lives of some of those in charge of tho
train which Is compelled to run toand
from the Furnace almost daily. As
the men in charge of this train per
form more hard labor each day in
proportion to those of any other
upon the East end of the road, their
safety should be looked after by
Thb July number of Bam,ou
Magizlne is already issued, and a
nloe number U Is, one of tho best
that has appeared since tbe great
fire, when the ofllce of the publish
er was burned. It Is a marvel of
neatness and good taste, and con
tains such a brilliant list of stories
and illustrations that wd do not
wonder at its popularity, gained in
spite of compctitiou. It is just the
book for the household, and such
being tbe caso, we recommend it to
our readers. : $1,50 per year. Ad
dress TuouES uV Taiuot, 30, Biom
field street, Boston. .,. ,, , , ;
" sis a i ., ,
1 The eldest son of C. E. M. Jen
nings, editor of the .4 Men Mesen
ger, aged - about 1 10 years, was
drowned in the Hocking River, at
that-" plaptv on Thursday, ! the
6th Inst. '',-"' (";- - ;
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Don't bitch your horses to Bbade
To Kunsas anil Colorado I During the
summer lenson of 1873, the Missouri 1'itclflc
Railroad will sell Kxeurslou Ticket from St.
Louis to Denver and return, at very low late
of fnro, aud n rare opportunity Is thereby of
fered, for lovers of uatnre to view the beau
ties ot Colorado and enjoy tho delightful
scenery and health-Inspiring climate of the
Tarkt of tho Hooky Mountain!. '
Knnnas, with Its broad and fertile plains, U
directly on the mute, together with all tho
othor Western Statos and Territories, Is reach
ed by the Missouri l'aclllo Kallrontl and Its
connections. Tbe Texas connection of this
road is now completed, and pasengur are
offered a Urst-clas. all-rail routfl from St
Louis to Texns, either over tho Missouri,
Kansas a Texas 11. It. via Sodalia, or over tho
Atlantle A I'nr.illo It. It. rin V In ltd. For
maun, time tables, Information as to rates,
routes, Ac., wo infer our reuders to J. I1.
Thompson, Southern i'asseuger Agent, Chat
tanooga. Tonu., or E. A. Ford. G'nVI rasnen
ger Agent, St. Louis. Mn. Questions will !
cherrimiy and promptly answered. 1-1)'
For 1.03 of ArrKTlTic, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, repression of Spirits and General
Debility, In their various forms, Fsrbo
FnoaroBATKu elixu or Camsata made by
Caswiil, H azabd & Co., Now York, and sold
by all dmggliits, Is the best tonic. Aa stlm
uleut tonic Tor patients recovering from fever
or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken
during tho season It prevents lever and ague
nd other intermittent fevers. iu-w
Emigration Turning, Cheap Farmj in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic & Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,800,000 acres of land
In Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to fit per acre, on seven 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 point to thislandof
fruit and flower. For particulars address A.
Tl'CC, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-1 y
For Ayec'a Medicines, go to G. W. Sinto'.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
PrTTssuaun, March, 1ST.
We have used large quantities of Beymer
Bauinon A Co. 'a Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found It uniformly and finely
grotiud, very white and of excellent body.
Its purity we novo never quosUonod, and we
cheerfully recommend it,
THOMPSON A MILLER,
A CAED. A Clergyman, whilo residing In
South Amorica, as Miftlonary, discovered
safe and simple remedy for the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful aud
vicious habits, Great numbers have been
cured by this noble remedy, Prompted by
deilre to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate,
I will lend tbe receipt for preparing and using
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to anyone
who needs It, Fru of Chargt! Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Bible Houie, N. T. City.
March 19, lb-W-VI.nlO.
To the SufferingThe Bev. Win. H. Nor
ton, while residing lu BrazU as a Missionary,
discovered in that land of medlolnes a remedy
for Consumption, Sorofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Coldi, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after all
other medicines had fallod,
Wishing to benefit the suffering, I will send
the recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire It, Free of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your name
aud aildressou it. Addrewi,
Rev. WM. H. NORTON,
670 Uroadway. New York City.
March 19, 18TS-v7,nlO.
For Flue Perfumery, go to SUsou's Drug
The Best Place. The choicest lot ofGro
ccrius, QueeuHware, Glassware, Notions, Ac
can be had at Oiivls Duncan's Store, in Za
leukl, at all times.
Com, ontn, Ktuioon ami prmluco of every
description taken in exchange for goods, at
his store. In connection with bis store he bus
a HnddU) and Harness Shop, and wUl repair
anything In that lino on short notice and at
low figures. Go and tee him. tf
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, p.
For Pure Drugn aud Medicines, go to SIs
sou'i. Fire Hundred Thounnnd. 500,000 bottles
of Greene1! August Flower have been sold in
this State In three months. We only auk you
to go to the drug stores o( Gunning or Sisson
McArthur, Ohio, and getabottle fret oehargt
or a regular site at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costlveness, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, Sour Stotuncb, Indigestion
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try it. 0. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
Dr. N. J, Bovers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Book, Blank and Job Printing Establishment.
Iu connection with our Newspa
paper Offices, we have a complete
Book, Blank and Job Printing Es
tablishment, which is stocked with
the latest styles of material type,
cuts, borders, ornaments, etc,
from the best Foundries in the Uni
ted States, and having in our cm
ploy a first-class and competent
workman, Mr. Frank . Adams, of
Indianapolis, who will attend
promptly to the wants and wishes
of everybody, with the greatest of
pleasure, at all times. We can as
sure the readers and patrons of
The McArthub Enquires and The
Christian Witness, that we are
now fully prepared to execute every
description of plain and ornamen
tal Job Printing in a style not to be
surpassed in any city, and on the
most favorable terms. Since Mr.
Adams has assumed the manage
ment of this establishment, we have
added largely to our facilities for
doing work promptly and well, and
have attained a position of equality
with the best printing houses in the
State, as the work performed by
him will testify. As our business
in till departments is large, and
daily increasing, no effort will be
spared to maintain the high posi
tion we hare taken in all branches
of work. We have recently consid
erably enlarged our, stock of Sta
tioner', 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 fa
cilities for BUDplvintr ' them with
whatever they may require in the
1) A TJTL1 1" 're from all poi.
IvAll 1 LU souous ingre
dients and warranted to eure
ao(h in all Its fonns our Ague
Medicine, Kress Fever Tenle.
bottle. It niirfli bv ftknelhiir airtiA I'ftlunu In
the blond, and earning it nut of the system.
TKV U tv. O. HAMILTON CO., UN.
CI NX ATI, O. 4w
IO SAMFLKSMmtbymall forW, that re
1 t utilrk for Slu. U. L. WOLCOTf, 181
Caatboia Square, Mew York. 4w
mimlnil iiiini i
A Urge book, fun of food thlnga. valnaUe esente,
ind important information, nailed for two stamps.
Address, LKB CO., Ms 8UU Ats, Hrw oik.
.wsj.i.., wktrivw fwn wou luaruu
tOCll. ft(Slti.'tAilaft tliniil..rmnnr ut- le.
orevBTihto" ni-a fsaiui H,iiAlii i.ii i..7l
- . . HU ua uaiTTU 11111 lUIruU
tions ami valuable package of goods flont f ree
hv mnl I A .1.4 .,iu r ....
u. YUVNU & Co., 11 Gaeenwkh St., N.T.
Hong, and Miss Beecuer's Mew Honsekeeper's
Manual. Both leUing fast and far. Kxcln-
J1i,r,,JltSI'J,i"br" " B- COBD
A CO., N. 11., Boitou, Chicago and Man Fran
QAHVASSINOBOOU BENT FREE T0B
Prof. FOWLEB'S GREAT WOES.
On Uanbood, Womanhood, and their Mutail Inter
Kelatlonsi Love. Iti Laws. Powsr. ate.
AgenU are sellimt from so to 30 eoplst of
book 1'ieo of charsre to auv book
ul"""' .uTi we tend a canvassing
drem, stattug experience, etc., N ATIOHAL
or St. Louis, Mo.
Neglect a Cough! Nothing la more certain
to lay the foundation for future evil otse-
WELLS' CARBOLIC BABLETS
sre atwrecure laraU alsAflws of the replra-
5?.ryu.Jr,f,n,t f 'roat' CJollu. UrooP,
Diphtheria, Asthma, Catarrh, Horsoneas.Dry.
ness of the threat, Windpipe or Bronchial
Tubes, and all diseases or the Lunga.
..lB il c.4.0., ofv "W"8" eoW. however taken,
these Tableta should be promptly and Treaty
used. They equalise the elmulatlon ot the
blood, mitigate the severity of tlte attack, an
will, In a Tory short time, restoro healthy ac
tion to the affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes Take no substitutes. If (hey
can t be had at your druggist's, send at once
to the agent In New ork, who will forward
them by return mail.
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
- vva. 1U OUi He 1
Bend for Circular, Sole agent for United
SAg! Wanted fof
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- ' dress.
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. Brcecb-loading shot guns 140 to $300. Double
t. Oun Material,
iii-a m neToiverssntoiva, stulsllto
(ishllUC Tackle. Large
r ululis. A nny Guns, tte-
uiMotmt to dunlun oi
sont bv express C. O . D. to lie examined before
voivers, c, uougnt or traded
piiiu ior. 4W,
Fever and Ague Cured by
CINCHQ - QUININE.
which combines U the alkaloids of the Cin
chona Barks, and la as effectual a remedy as
the Sulphate of Quinine, while It is mueb
cheaper and more palatable, if" Send
stamp for descriptive circular wiuTTonnulat
for using the CINCHO-QUININfiTajid Tes
timonials from Physicians all over the country.
Prepared by BILLINGS, (.'LAPP A CO.,
C hemist?, successors to J as. K. Michols Co.,
Iti'preaentod in New York by S. H. Austin,
at John F. Henry's, No, 8 College Place.
la THC X0grtfL CLK1IH, Strspgth
cner and remover of Glandular Obstruction
If it arwuLpv ABArrD to constitution
"worn down1' and debilitated by the warm
weather of Spring and Summer, when toe
blood is not In active circulation, consequent,
ly gathering impurities from sluggishness and
imperfect action of the secretive organs, and
known to matma Mutiai.
is nianiiested ny xamors, Kruptlont, Blotches,
Bolls, Pustules, Scrofula, Ac,
Whin wiaar anbianouid front overwork.
and dullness, drowzlnets and Inertia take the
place of energy and vigor, iho aystent need
a Tonio to build It up and help the Vital
Forces to regain their recuperative power.
In tub beat or SCatMia, frequently the
Liver and Spleen do not property perform
their functions ; the Uterine and Urinary Or
gaus are inactive, producing weakness of the
stomach and intestines and a predisposition
to oiiiioui uerangouent.
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
is rxirARiD NRlflTIiY 'ram the SOUTH A
MKKICAN PLANT, Odd Is peculiarly suited
limcultiee l it will cleanse the VI.
TIATKD BLOOD, strengthen the LIFE-
GIVING POWERS, and REMOVE ALL OB
STRUCTIONS from IMPAIRED AND EN
It mould ii ritiLT takcn, as Jurubeba
is pronounced bv medical writers the most ef
ficient PURIFIER, TONIC and DKOBT8RU
j.r Known in the whole range of medicinal
IUMK u.MLuiuu, isi'inif Bc.aew ior
sola Dy Druggists, sou
u agent for the Unl-
Price II per bottle.
Send for Circular
$20 TO $40PER WEEK.
170 CAPITAL EI1UIH2D.
Takes on Sight I
roa THt FamiLT f iMbidi, a flrat-classs lit
erary Magaslne, for the home circle. The old
Men and Women want it I The young Men
and Women will have It I Tbe children have
it I ONE DOLLAR wlU pay for Thb Fiaa
sidi one Tear, and each subscriber fete
beautiful Chromo, printed ia sixteen different
colors, from as many different plates, Biessut
lug 18x14 Inches, entitled
"WUttleV Brfet Boy-" '
Send fifty cents for as-cnt's outlt. which
consists of a Chrome, copy or fireside, clanks,
111 . .
Dark and Llths Brahman. Buff and Par
trlujra Cochins, Mondons, Leghorns, and all
leading varieties. Eggs for hatching fl per
doten. Fowls fl per pair; 9 per trio. W
warrant one-half or more of every down sent
out by ui to baton, If they do not we will send
another doxen at one-half price. Sggs sent C.
O. D. If desired send stamp Air Illustrated clr.
euiar. Auuross vr, u. s.a. n , sswiiwru,
lark Ce., Ohio.
11 II u
JOHN W. WILCOX'S
Cheap Cash Store !
JUST RECEIVED 201 MENS and BOYS' Fine Fur Hats-being
lot of Manufacturers' Samples, which I bonght for ONE HALF they
cost to manufacture them and I am offering them at 75c.$2 50; all be
ing of the latest style and best material. They are worth at wholesak
from $1 00 to $3 60; Four dozen Calico Shirts at 37J. 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 doren 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 Cufis, and Collar&New Style, only 25 cts per set TEN
DOZ. Ladies' Hose, only 20 cts, sold elsewhere at 31 est; 500 yards
COTTONADE, at 18 to 37jc. 1,000 yards BLEACHED MUSLIN
at 9, 11,13 H, 15, 16, and 18c.
An Immense Stock of
Spragues' American, Hemmack and Cochico Prints,
ONLY llo. PER YARD.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12C. PER YARD.
Positively No Goods Sold On Credit.
nicXlCSt Pttico Paid 7G3? FfoUCO
Don't be humbugged by merchants
inrerior goods, but come and see
goods to be of FIRST QUALITY.
March M, 1171.
MY STOCK IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
IS HS"0"W COMPLETE!
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Hade a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
I KEEP CONSTANTLY OX HAND
EVERY DESCRIPTION tf FMIIUEE cf MODEM STYLES
I manufacture to order and repair Furniture of all kinds, at the taoet reasonable prices. I aa
prepared to fuiftiah
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
and accompany them with a Hearse,
exmlis mj Stock.
March 16th, 1873.
T. A. MARTIN.
Desire to say to their friends
general, that they have now
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
FoiTelj Self M Cheaper
Do not buy goods before you
WE UAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
EQUIVALENT, thus enabling
All kinds of Produce bought
Come and see us when you come
satisfactory dealing. "
T. A. MA11TIN & SON.
At THE OLD CORNER STORE," ;
One door West of Couribous9, MoAitiiur, Olio.
who tell yon these prices are for
for yourself. I GUARANTEE my
John We Wilcox.
SWIFT, Chlllicolhe, Ohio,
tkfTkm frnMlo are iarited to aeil amd
L. DES MARTIN.
and customers, and the public in
in store a splendid stock of
itan asj House in Vinton Coilj !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EYERY DEPARTMENT 1
goods only for CASH, OH ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before!
and sold at the Market Prices !
to town, and we guarantee you
Is In oilranco of all eomDetltora. It Is the
only Una running through ears U the West..
Omnilius transfer, ferriaKO, all chanvoa nnl
delays aroitlml by nininnr Til It KK HI'K
CIAL DAILY LINKS of THUOKtitf
COCUES, As follows:
For all points In
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
Tho Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 0: 80
P. M, Incllsnapols at 3: 43 a. m.. running
through Blooinington, Peoria, Oaletibura;,
Burlinjrton, Ottuwea and Creston, arriving at ,
OMAHA at 10:00 a. M., NEXT DAY, hours In
advance of any other ronto, making hat one
changj of cars to
Get your tickets via Indianapolis oiul Peoria.
. For all points lu
Kansas, Colorado and the Southwest.
Tbe Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 1 : 0C
P. If., Indianapolis at 8:00 T. u., running
through Danville, Decatur, Jackionvitie aul
Quincy, arriving ID KANSAS CITY atlO:
r. M., NEXT It AY, hours in advance ot
Louis lines, miking but one change of carsf
HUMBOLT. fl SCOTT and DEN VEB.
uet your tickets via indianapolio, Danville
FOR , .
Bock Island nfl Davemjorts
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at t: Ui
r. it., inilianiiwiiia i.t a- nn u
through UloomUirton, Peoria and (jalva, o.
rivinc at BOCK ISLAND at 11 : 8S a. m- Da.
V EN POET at 11:6a a. u., next day. making
Pet one change of cart for points in
NoiTHiaM ulikois and iowi. ,
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peona.
Pullman's Falaoe DramnrLoom
and Sleeping Cars.
Bun thronrh from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to Burlington. . ,
Trmrelere to any Western point eon now
take their satchels, bandboxes and bandies,
select a comfortable seat and keep it to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient arrangeuients,elegant equipmente
bbu quiuK uma, uiu route ia now ( frm
O.W.flirTH. Gen'l Manager. '
fSO. W. BKOWN, Gn. Pat. Tlct. Agt.,
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Oa and alter November 9, 187S Train Will
run as ioiiows:
Aj : : : : : : i : i : : : :
; : :
SrfB : : : i : : ! i : : i : i i i ill ia
Miles 1 $SMB"fif?r5sT2g
: -t ! : ; : : : ?
1- - vHrH T33
aiiiMjn m -
:j :::::: .
3 ii !
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally. All '
other trains daily, except Sundav. i , , ;
CINCINNATI EXPBESS, EAST, makes no
stud between Uoraden and Athens
. -i p ! riQ
to j ; . ' ' ; :'.'.',:'.'. ' ' 1
K : : : : :
2 :i:i:ii '-- ::
5 :Si :: j : 'lit I ! It
6 US-i sfS-:s1-:B ;
"I 'it i i
Dep.naraden 3:45 p.m. 6:15 a.m.
Arr, Jackson 4:4 " VM
" Portsmouth 8:4ft " :so 1
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND '
roraUpolnto on tbe Little Miami Kailroad,
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Kail-
road Junction lor all points West
W. VT. PKABODT,'-' '
W. X. LANEESTKIt,
Master ol Transportation.
Baltimore & Ohio
Great National Short Line Route
Great National Short Line Route East and West.
OmlDlrotBoatto ih NaUob1 CmpU
vsi aHU AMlWeaTU, . ( I ?
(OH MtiA VYuirlottf DlAvstmtuie 16 f i. '
wlU run m folio wi:
8 44 Am
1 Is Pm
aruers r errr .
6 0S "
asuiug ton Juno.
. . j - -. -
New York. ........
... Arrive ......
8 80 Am
11 V I'm
5 40 I'm
8 60 Am
Haroer's K'errr ..
Psilaui Palooa Drawiiur Ksom 81mln dan.
Wtlll'tl MMIBBIUM1,fkVnl.ld .ldn.n.1. ,,..1.1
and almost equal to a nre-aW are on all
trains irom Cincinnati to Baltimore auJ
Washington. See Schedule of Uuciutiatl aud.
SlArlM.iA D.4lwi.i ... .1 ... . . I . 1 .
parting from MoArtbor.
tMiTujra oi mis rouro over ailGllioia
Is, that It glvea all travelers holding tlirouKh
VllllttilAli.hiM B !. a L 1 ., i I .. 1 m ' L
Tim nnl.ibavan l f 1....... .1
by another route.
Th tiun.rv .Ia. .1.1a I.. .
Lfttalled tor grandeur oa this Continent.
TO ASIfUSS Of mtlOUT. - )i
Tllloi llrial (.IfawiHi annjbinM la4AMM.a. -
rates helne one-third lower to and from
tfllL K. Ynvt iw an ...I.- ..... . , .
T .. nnt..in n. u . .1 . . i.t ...
t," U7 tuncnpiion IToln UlA '
r?1 SfTi directions to ship eta Hulllinoro A '
Ohio B. K ami Inahlmifn ITaat ai ....... .,.
reotlone. Frelgbta sfifupod bv this route, will" 1
kavedespatcih, and be handled with earn and
save shippers much monov.
Gen.Ftcight Agt, IlnlUuiore
Gen. Ticket Ag'U iauimole.
8, B. JONES
lieu. Pass. Ag'L.Ciuolnnatl.'
JOB PRINTWO of every description .
ly and promptly exef-num at Ul t.Tn.
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