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I rc Arthur Enquirer
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t ' AdyestiBing; Aent,
V 190 WEST FOUKTH ITBEET, "
It u authorized A font to rocleve advertlne
aieots lor thli paper. Ha bus special r
raugeineats with religious, agricultural and
Nj. bowebs. ' : '
ii atoABTUVB, OHIO. ; . '
XO BUSIXKBi ONE ON BATUBDAY8
Whit Is needed good rain. ,
Netf potatoes nre In season. .
Kits flying la the go among the
Last Saturday was the 'longest
day in the year.
A bbwakd of $5 will be paid for
the where-a-bouts of our Toil
Tub papers are beginning to re
cord cases of "sun-stroke." ' ! ' !
"Is it hot," or ,'ts It hot enough
for you?' is the general salutation.
Mb. : Williams, j newly, elected
Mayor of Cbillicothe, died last
Thursday week: , : '
Cherries seem to be very plenty
in the county but how about
C W. Babnbtt has put upon our
streets, an elegant express wagon
maker, Rouzkb, of Cbillicothe.
A. doo belonging to Mr. Ilui
best, was locked up for nine days
in a room, without water ot food,and
New .Straitsville has erected,tbis
spring, one hundred and seventy
five houses. . How many hav Mc Ar
thur built? : I
Dr. X. J. Bewars. Deatist, McArthur, 0.
Oub thanks are .due to the McAr
thur Brass Bund, composed of the
most gentlemanly men of our1 yil
lage, for a serenade last Saturday
evening. . . , '
Thb managers ot the 4th of July
Celebration, are working hard to
make it one of the wo it pleasant
oaoMiou that was ever b.tkl In. this
Tbobau McCahty, of Znleskl, will
aicept our thunks for a copy of the
Liverpool (England) Weekly Mer
tury, the largest newspaper printed
In the WJd. . .
If, C. 'JoifKS, one day last week,
killed, under and about his stable,
114 rats. If any ! of oui adjoining
0untles can beat that, let's hear,
Pb, Bqwbbj desires to call atten
tion to bis speciality, that of treat
ing .and . preserving . the- natural
teeth. Attend to this right away,
Olf blm a call
.:,;! I II nap I I I
Ca.nipion Hcsper and Uowf
for sale on very moderate
TEEMS FOlt CASH,
er will txolmnp machine for a
pair of mules,
J. S. Hphv, -
Tub season for farmers to slide
off haymows on to pitchforks and
ntangla their toes n knives of
mowing machines has nearly come.
That farmer understood human
nature who said: "If you want
your boy to. stay at home don't
bear too hard on the grindstone
when he turns the crank."
Opa flifcf, sftyf Suppose all the
men were n ona cQijqty, iw all
the women in another, with a big
river between 1 thetn." Good gra
clousjfiiat lots of girls would be
drowned!" ., -. ,,
gHJUiu 4des, There are 1-4
mile races every Saturday After
noon, on the race course, east of
the car shops, at Zaloski. Some
fast stock can be seen on these
W. I Wn,T, Zlcki, is the
UiBjiufacturcr of a very fine pure
"Lemon Syrup,'! made eaoltjatyd.
ly from the grenn lemon, and war
ranted to contain no acids, It is
having a ready sale wherever Intro.
duced. We've tried It and pro-
Bounce It par ezeetltnee,
AccjBBBTMr, William Mat
thews, aged about Blity.flr years,
mt with a painful accident on f oni
day last ', IU Ml from a platform
while la ths act of pushing a wheel
barrow loaded with atons, the fall
breaking bis, leg and othorirjsp n
iHUg uiau ... . ' ', y
Dotfo. Ac Those in want of
pure drugs, medicines, glass, boots,
!boes, notions, candles, Ac., in Za
sski and vicinity, or from
abroad, should call at the store of
A. Robinson, lie has everything
in the above line that you could de
sire, and at the lowed pitces. Give
him a call
; Wk were out on the lino of the
railroad on Tuesday afternoon, and
found the work going ahead rapidly.
There are at work on the'farm of
Mr. Catino fifty teams, attached to
scrapers, wagons and ' plows, and
five carts. They continue to move
in this direction with the main
force, while two smaller forces bring
up the rear by finishing the grade.
At the point of the hill beyond Mr.
Cating's barn they have left a cut,
which is to bo finished so soon
as more sliovelers can . be
spared. It Is the intention of
Company to have Mr.' Ingles join
bis force with them, when they will
complete all the ' road between
there and the city, after which the
whole force will commence on Mr.
Ingles' contract and complete it on
short order, Mr. Eagle, , Vice PreH
ident of the road, informs us that
in addition to the force above giv
en. Mr. Phici has eight carts at
Hanger's Summit, and at the fur
end of the road there are nineteen
teams at work. These together
make about seventy-five teams, and
thirteen carts at work on the road.
They do good work and eat no idle
Dir. N, jr. Bowara, Dontiit, McArthur, 0.
A . Wonderful Invention Ee
centlt Patented. An elegant lit
tle instrument - which . combines
twelve practically useful tools via :
Pocket Rule, Ruler, Square, Bevel,
Screw Driver," Chisel, Compasses,
Scissors, Button Ilole 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 vend steel polished, post-paid,
by, mail,, for fifty cents. . Silver
plated one dollar. ; Gold plated two
dollars. Persons desiring an agen
cy, or to obtain the tools, should ap
ply at once. The proper address is
Combination Tool Co.,-124 Nassau
Street, New York.--Also the new
Revolver Lightening Trap,' which
winds up like a clock, Kills Rats,
Gophers, Squirrels, Mice, kc, and
throws them away and sets itself as
quick as the name indicates. One
trap sent by express for one dollar.
June l-3w. e-w
Dr. If. i, Bowari, DoutUt, MoArthur, 0.
At the residenoD of Mr, Horace
Redd, on Main street, lust Wednes
day evening, there was a.gathoc-'
tng of young folks gotten ir by
bis accomplished (1aughter,MoLLiE,
for the benefit of those "who wore
cordially Invited to attend. The
occasion was one to be remembered,
At ten o'clock we participated in a
grand feast after which, there
were several social games, which are
too numerous . to mention. .'But we
give expression to tb general senti
ment, that the gathering was quite
a pleasant one and heartily appreciated.-
. Festival. The . ladies of this
place will bold. & Festival at the
Court House Hall, on Tuesday even
ing, July 1st, 1873, for the benefit
of the McArthur Brass Band. The
Zaleskj and Mt Pleasant Bands
have been Invited and, are expected
to be present, This WU be ft gi-'apd
affair devoted to a worthy object,
and we hope to see' a general at
tendance of those who are fond of
"sweet BnundB"j and thus give en
couragement to music at bprnQ,
DT Coops, 4cc Mb, T. A. Mel
i.or, at Zalsakl, has just received a
large invoice of Dry Goods, gro
ceries, queensware, boots, shoes,
hats, jewelry, notions, dec, to which
ho Invites the attention of all who
are In want of anything in his line.
You will find him a clever,' courte
ous gentleman, who will take pleas
ure in showing his goods, though
you Bflt fesl djapojed. o buy.
His motto is quick sales and small
profits." - 4 '
General Sbebwood, of Byran,
J. L. Biuret, and Lewis Evans, of
lyewarfc, and othor gentlemen inter
ested In the Straitsville coal region,
met in Columbus yesterday and do
cided to lay but a new town (to be
called Bessamer) on Snow Fork,
and to grant the right of way thro'
their lands for tho railroad from
Mineral . Point, on the Marietta
railroad,' to Ttfew Utraitsvlllojj,
i , Sju:. '
; Bopo,UBT,The foreman tenders
bis thanks to Miss Sallm Lyons,
residing three miles northeast of
McArthur, for a beautiful bouquet
of sweet-scented flowers. Her home
and its surroundings testify to a
love of nntnrVii bandJwRrk, and we
y . . .'.'!, .
' ' Jly tha liroatl) of flowara
ThaM fkllMi n from ally Win)ng an4 ear),
pack to tlia wowli, (ha bin), the luouutnln
, , m mmwt a? -a-aa
; ThB Commencement Exercises
of the Marietta College will begin
on Sunday, June flOlh, 1873, and
will continue until Wednesday,
' ,Tli Lancaster Eagle 'says that
nearly all the apples In that region
have recently been blasted Bad the
crops wll bo a failure.
- To KanaKH ami Colorado I During the
aiimmor aaanoii of 1873, the MMouri 1'nclllo
Klillroail will mill Kxriimloii Tii keta from St.
liOiilii to Deuviir an. I ii'tiini, at very low mli'a
of faro, and a rare 'iivortukity U tlmirliy of
furod, for love in of nutiiro to rltiw Iho bonu
tioa of Colorudo mill in.oy the duliglilful
nconory mi.l liMiHli-luxiliiii cllinnUi ol the
l'arkt of the Rocky llomitaina.
Kaiisa.', with ita brond and furtlle plniiiH, ie
dii-ectly on tbo route, toguther with nil Iho
otlier Western Stali.n and Ti'n ltorloK, in reach
ed by tho Missouri l'acillc Rnlliimil and Its
connections. The 'iVxaa vouiiuctlou of this
road is now i!oiiiiliti.-il, hui) akiieii(;ci't aro
offered a ilii-iiiiH, all-vail route from 8t
Louis to Texas, (-Ither over tho Missouri,
Kansas & Toxa R, It. via Sudulia, or over the
Atlnntlo & I'nuiilo B R. W V In ita. For
main, time tnblcr, liifonnatlon as to rates,
route, Ac, we lel'ur our readers to J, F,
Thompson, Suuthern l'ttSHOuger Aireiit. Clint
tauooKa. Touu., or K. A. Kuril, U'n'r'l I'usteu
ger AkoiiU St. I.oiilx. Mo. Quentiou will ho
cheerliilly and uromutly answeiud. l-ly
For Loa.4 of Appktitk, Dyspopsia, Indi
gestion, Depression of Spirits uud Ueueral
Debility, in tlielr various forms, Pernio.
Phohporatkii Ki.ixir or Calisaya mode by
C abwkll, Hazard & Co., New York, and sold
by all druxKiti, is the best tonic. As u vtlm
uleut tonic for patients recovering from fevor
or other sickness, it has no viiunl. If tukeu
during the season It pruvenU lever and ague
and other Intermittent fevers. 1U-4W
Eralgrullou Turnlnir. Cheap Farms in
Snutli-west Missouri, Tho Atlantic AInClllc
Railroad Couipitny olTers 1,800,000 acres of land
In Central aud Houth-west Missouri, at from fcl
to (IS per acre, on seven yoars' time, with free
trausimrtnlloo lVmu St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Cllniate, soil, timber, mlnernl wealth,
school, churches, and law-abiding society In
vite emigraut from all points to this land of
fruits and Dowers. For particulars address A.
Tt'VK, Laud Commissioner, St. Iouis, Mo. l-ly
For Ayer's Medlclues, go to 0. W. Slston's.
I . . PiTTABURGn, March, 18T2.
We have used large quantities of Bvymur
Baiinian ft Co.' Strictly .l'uro Wblto Lead,
and have always found It uniformly and finely
ground, very white aud of excellent body.
Its purity we have never questioned, and we
cheerfully recommend it.
THOMPSON & M1LLEI!,
A CADI). A Clergyman, while residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and iimplo remedy fur the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlo'ous hahitg. Great numbers have beon
curc by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the nnlictod and unfoi tunato,
I will tend the roovlpt fur preparing and using
this niodleiue, In aieulod envelope, toanyouc
who needs it, frtt of Charycl, Address
r. ! T JOSEPH T. IN MAX,
"A Station D.ltlblo House, N;Y. City.
March lit, lttia-vl.nlO.
"To the Sufferlng.-The Rev. Win. If. Nor
ton, while residing In Brazil as Missionary,
discovered In that laud of mndiulues a remedy
for .Couatimptlon. Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nurvous Wouk
uoss. This remedy ha curod mysolf after all
other medicines hud fulled.
Wishing to beueilt the suffering, I will send
the recipe for preparing and using thli rem
edy, to ull who desire it, r'leeof Purge.- '
ricasu scud an envelope, with your umiie
and addrtssti)) it, Address,
Hey, 'M. II. NORTON,
U"il UiMdwy, Kcy Vok city.
March lU. JHIS -iT.illU.
For Flno l'urluiueiy, go to liisyou's Hiiig
TllO J!ft Plnc-e.-Tlio choicest tut ofrji-o-ooilos,
Qi,jih,i;v(iVi tflasswai-e, Notloi,,
earn be hud at Uiiui uuuuu' JaJtfJ; hj in ..t
leskl, at all times,
torn, onts, potatoes unit pro.lu, e of every
doscrlplluii takoil In excliaugo for goods, at
his store, in counpctou with bis store lie has
a Saddle am) IIuri)eas S)qp, uud will repair
anything iu tliftt Hop on aliort qptlce (lud at
low figurus, Uo ami sue blip, , , tf
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to 81s
son'i. Five Hundred ThouWui 600,000 bottles
of Greene's August Flower have been sold in
this state la tbtna moutlii, We only nk you
to go to the drug stores of Gunning orSisson
McArthur, Ohio, and get a bottle ochargt
or a regular slxo at 7fi cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costlvcness, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, SourStomach, Indigestion
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood, or dpranged Stomach ani) Liver,
Try it. 0. 0. GREEN, Proprietor,
- Columbus, Ohio,
Book, Blank and Job Printing Establishment.
In councctlon with our Newspa
paper Offices, we have a complete
Book, Blank and Job Printing Es
tablishment, wliich s stocked with
the latest styles of material type,
cuts, bprders, prnaments, etc.,
from the best Foundries In the Uni
ted States, and having In our em
ploy, a first-class and competent
workman, Mr. Frank K. Adam3, of
Indianapolis, who will attend
promptly to the wants' and wishes
of everybody, with the greatest of
pleusurp, aU (.Ijnei, We pan as
sure, the readers and patrons of
The McArthur Enquirer and The
Christian Witness, that we aro
now fully prepared to execute cyery
description of plain nnd ornamen
tal Job Printing in a style not to be
surpassed in any city, and on tho
most favorable terms. Since Mr.
Adams has assumed the manage
ment of this establishment, we have
added largely to our facilities for
doing wt)r$ 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 all departments is large, and
daily increasing, no effort will be
spared to maintain tho high post
tiou we have takon lu all branches
of work;, Wo h,ayo r-eoently consid
erably enlarged our s.tock of Sta
tionery, which is now full and of
varied assortment, and "hall keep
this department of our business
among the most complete. We
would, invito oYry-lwly tt our fa
cilities fur supplying 'them wtth
whatever . they may require iu the
' TO ANY PERSON 8KNDINU U8
Five New Subscribers
FOB. ONE YEAR AT $1 50 EACH,
A COPY Of TUB
"iDtelries tf tit Met States,"
Or an extra copy of THE MuAUTIIUR KN"i
(jt'IUEIt, for one year. . .
THE GREAT INDUSTRIES
, U a vitliiablo ToluniD of
1,304 Pages, with 500 Ulustra
Well bound, aud contains a largo amount of
information, concerning an tne great indus
tries ot our wiin try. pend the names.
J. "W- BOWEIT,
Pub. Enquirer, McArthur, 0.
'HE McAETHUR ENQUIRER
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Printing Est ablisfmeni
Second Story Bowik's Building, Jlaiu Strael
THE MtARIHUR ENQUIEER
Has Just been en'argml from a T-colunin to an
A-i'oltiuiu J):iht, mid clothed iu new type
tliroiiifliout. its columns will bu devoted to
GeiHM'iil Nt'WH of thu l!iy
(living a sviuiiiH of erriils us they occur.
The intkrufctti ot'utiv town aud ruuiity will 10
ceiroiiartliular attuutlon, It will, i hero
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"The Christian Witness"
Tha Organ of the Christian Union General
Council of the United States, is also published
from the saw ofllcs,
Haying purclmied new tjrpa and material
for our ' -
i We are prepared to do all kinds of
General Job Printing
In tho neatest and highest style of the art, mid
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DODGERS, ' : ' ', ,
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free from all poi
dlents and wurrstik'd to cure
Uahi b tu all Its foims our Ague
Mcdiclue, Kress Fr Tonic.
A box ill' fnui u-ltli nv.irv
liolllo. It cures by canceling ague 1'olson In
llto blond, and carrying It out of the system.
in. i hi ii . i, ii.ii 1 1, i .u., i -
4 1 .-h i 1 1, w. 4r
If) HAMI'I.KS suit by mail fortiOi-., that
I At full quirk for 110. It. U WOLCO'lT,
Clialbaiii Miiiurc, New York.
A Urge book, full or (rood thinn, Yhubk twaraU,
ind important faifonniition. nuilisd for two itBmni
A'IiIhm i vn B.m isj oi-.k a vr r i.
maja) Wl 0l ojjiui ATP ilDW IWH)
WORKING CLASS wee:
teed . Respectable employniunt at homo, day
orevcnlng; no capital required; full lnstruo.
tions nnd vulualife package of goods sent free
" - ",,ss, wiin six ceni return statu u,
il.Ol.SG ACo., iraUrcenwIcU 8t, N.Y.
2 Brilliant Booksr for CnTaasars
and bulesincul Bryuut sLibrary on'octry and
Hong, aud Miss lieocber's New Housekeeper's
Manual. lioth selling fast aud far. Exclu
sive Territory: liberal terms. J. It. t'OKD
A CO. , S. Yt Boston, Chicago and 8an Fran
QAHVAS3IU0 BOOKS SENT FHEE FOB
Prof. POWLER'S GREAT ' WOEK,
On Manhood, Womanhood, ana their If atnsl Inter-
Eelationji Lots. Its Laws, Powtr, eto,
A gents are selling from SO to SO copies of
tins hui a nay, aua we senu a onnvaesing
book free of charge to any book agent. Ad
dress, Hitting exiwrlenoe, etc., NATIONAL
ritiiLIullI.VG CO., Philadelphia, Pa., Chica
go, iii urou L.OUIS, jao, .aw.
V l' Never : :h
Neglect a Coughl Nothing is more certain
to isy cue ioumiation lor tuture evil consa
AVELLS' CARBOLIC RABLETS
are A sure euro for all dlsscases of the renira
tory organs, sore throat, Colds, Croup,
i'iiiuieri, Astiima, smrrn, tiorsuness,ury
ncss of the throat, Windpipe or Bronchial
Ttbes. and all diseases of the Lungs.
In all rases of sudden cold, however taken,
tliese Tnlilets should be uroinntlv and freely
lined. Tliey equalize the olretilutlon of the
uiHiiL mitiguie tue severity ot sue attack, au
w II, in a very short time, restore healthy ac
tion to tho allected organs.
. Veils' Carbolic Tablets are put np only in
bloc boxes. Take no substitutes, ir Uinv
can't be hud at your druggist's, send at once
w wv agvut in now i urn, wuo wilt lorwnra
mini uy reiuru man.
Dou't bo deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. JjQjr Price 25c A box.
JOIIN O. KELLOGU.18 Piatt SL. N. Y,
Spud for Circulur. Sole ngont for United
S Agents rsi Wanted fo
AINTS ard SJlNNERS
OF TUE KJ BIBLE.
Dhseoted, analysed and portrayed as real men
anu wonion, just like Saints and Hinaera of
ourown day. Original, Racy, Striking and
Popular. Reads like a Novel. Send for cir
cular. ZIEGLER & MoCUltDY, ISO West
Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 4w
WEAR "YEADON" MILLS
IP VOU WANT TO KEEP CLEAR OF
COLDS AND RHEUMATISM. NOTHING
WASHES BETTER. WILL NOT SHRINK
ALWAY8 KEEPS SOFT.
A9K YOUR. STOREKEEPER FOBIT.
Write for Largo Illustrnted Price List. Ad
dress. GOT WESTERN
11 M..l,-l,.u.li,i. dh.vl wii iAh ... -Jilrt nn,.l,l.
21. ... ,1... .L A lfen l..l.. ... ... 1,1
'-Hui,fll.-.ll,.,r. OllllTIO JUIIB f.J fiV. HI
nOIKtn Vt. lli.vnlvi-.IRlnMK llatli1 In
(8. Gjai t.nterial, Fishing Tackle. Large
u i mm iu in iiuiuui oi uiuiis. A rill v nuns, ho
volfi'rs, S.cj honght or Haded for. Good
soul hV exu'reM C. O . f. to be examined before
pjiila bvv .- f . . 4w.
Fever and Ague Cured by
which combines all the alkaloids of the CIn.
cliona Barks, and is as effectual a remedy as
tne euipnuLu ui vumine, wnne u is mnon
cheaper and more palatable. )toS Send
stainii fur descrintlve circular wltJi fomiuln
for using the CINCHO-UVININW. and Tes
timonials n oil) -iyiicmns an over tne country.
Prepared by "HILLINGS, CLAPP CO.,
Chemists, successors to J as. R. Nichols A Co.,
Represented in New York by 8. H. Austin,
at John F. Henry's, No. 8 College Place,
i " i
IS THE MOST POWERFUL CLEANSER, strength'
ener and removor of Glandular Obstructions
known to Materia MkUci.
Iris ai'EViALLV adapted to constitutions
"worn down" and dob tated by tho warm
weather of Spring aui Hummer, when the
blood Is not In active circulation, consequent
ly gathering Impurities from sluggishness and
imperfect action of tho secretive organs, and
Is manifested by Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches,
Bolls, Pustules, Scrofula, Ac
Whin wkihy and languid from overwork.
ami dullness, drowzlncts and luortia take the
place of euvrgv and vigor, the system needs
a Tonio to build it up and help the Vital
JTorcos to regain tncir recuperative power.
lit TUE HEAT or SUMMER, frequently the
lvr and Silicon do not uronerlv nerl
their functions i tho Uterine and Urinary Or
gans are inactive, producing weakness of the
stomach and intestines anil a predisposition
J UllUVUB UVIUUfVlllVUH
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
is prepared directly from the SOUTH A-
M ERIC AN PLANT, a(s peoullariy suited
to all these dimculties I it willelvanso the VI
TIATED BLOOD, strengthen the LIFE-
GIVING POWKllS, Hd UKMOVai AI.L.UH-
HTitucriOMa tram Ini aikb.u ahu en
IT SHOULD BKKKKLY TAKIN, as Jurubeba
Is prououiiced by medical writers the mnet ef
B.'Umt PWH1FIRK, TON 10 and DKOHT8RU-
KNT known In the wnoio rouge ox meait-inai
' II011H U. IV.L,tJVfUU, JO A IH.t Ot., AVW A VIM
- Sold by Druggists. Sole ageut for the Uni
Price tl tier bottle. Send for Circular
' New Advertisements.
$20 TO $40JERWEEK.
NO CAPITAL REQUIRED.
Takes on Sight I
! AGENTS WANTED
foil Tni Family Fireside, a flrst-claisa lit
erary Magaziuo, for tho hoineoircle. The old
Ben nnd Women want It I The young Men
and Women will have It I Tho children have
it I ONE DOLLAR will Day for Tub FtE-
IDE one year, and each subsorlh guts a
beautiful Chroma, printed In slxtou, iiXront
oolors, from as many dilfcronf WleSj Mur
lug 13x14 Inches, ?(Hi4 ,
Send flftv cents for ai-nnfa outfis. whlnh
consists of a. ClroiBo, eoiiy of Fires de,blauka,
Ac, Adihvss - HVVIffcS EBEIj,
Lock-WoxliV tjwmitnVawn, Ohio.
MPIRE POULTRY YARDS.
Dark ami Light Brahma lluf,- nnd Par.
trlikru CwIiIiif, llon.Um, Leghorns, and all
hading varieties. Kggalhr hnlKhing fl per
ilnxcii. Fowls f per pair; H per trio. We
warrant one halt'or mnie of every down sunt
Hut by us In hnleli, If thev do not we1 will sml
another iimiii lit oiie-half prloe. Kgam sent C,
I). I), ifi:. -i rd aetid stump for Illustrated clr
cular. Address Dr. U LEWIS, Marlboro,
Stark Co.. Uhlo, 18
Cheap Gash Store !
JUST RECEIVED 201 MENS' aud BOYS' Fiae Fur Hats being
u lot of Manufacturers' Samples, which I bought for ONE HALF they
cost to jiauufacfure them . and I am offering them at 75c.$2 GO; all bo
ingof tho latest style and best material. They, are- worth at wholesaU
from $1 00 to $3 60; Four dozen Calico. Shirts at 37jc. 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, $15 00. 15 dozen Suspenders at 25c.40c.
Large Stock of SPRAGUE LAWNS at 1 5 cts per yard. Large Stock
of CHINESE GRASS CLOTH, 40 inches wide, only 25 cts; Large
Stock of GORDON GINGHAMS, only 30 cts, new styles; 3 dozen sets
Ladies' Linen Cuffs, and Collars,New Style, only 25 cts per set TEN
DOZ. Ladies' Hose, only 20 cts, sold elsewhere at 3ft est; 500 yards
COTTONADE, at 18 to 37$c. 1,000 yards BLEACHED MUSLIN
at 9, 11, 13 14, 15, 16, aad 18c.
An Immense Stock of
Spragues' American, Merrimack and CocMco Prints,
ONLY lie. PER YARD.
BEST BROWN MUSLIN ONLY 12C. PER YARD.
Positively No Goods Sold On Credit.
IMQbcst 3?iico Falil Z?oi iioiliico.
Don't be humbugged by merchants who tell you these prices are for
inferior goods, but come and see
goods to be of FIRST QUALITY,
March SO, 1873.
JSL O. SWIPT,
MY STOCK IN EVERY DEFARTiflENT,
IS NO W COMPLETE!
OF ALL LATE STYLES, Made a Speciality,
AND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT- PURCHASERS
I B.EEF CONSTANTLY OH HAND
EVERY DESCRIPTION of FUENITDBE oT MOIEBN STYLES
I manufacture to order and repair Furniture ot all kinds, at the most reasonable prices. I am
prepared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY,
and accompany them with a Hearse. J&aTk pallia are) Invited to 011 nd
examine bit Stock. :
March lath, 1BU
T. A. MARTIN.
T. A.. iMjsJEtVmT&SQKT,
i I I l I J T
Desire to say to their friends aud customers, and the public in
1 general, that they have now in store a splendid stock of '
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND NOTIONS,
Positively Sell Goois Cteajer
Do not buy goods before you
WE MAKE "SPECIALTIES"
We shall hereafter sell our
jiuivAuu, w;u9 enaDiu
' All kinds of Produce boutrlit
Come and see us when you come
sausiaoiory o.caiiiig. i, ,
. : . ,,,
; At THK OLD, CORNER STORE," ' 'V :; ' : ; : . :
i . t. . . i.i i. ; ! ''''V. '..-'iV. '.
Oao doi )r WeBt of Courthou go, McArthur, Ohio.
for yourself. I GUARANTEE my
i - 1
John W. Wilcox.
SWIFT, Chillicothe, Ohio.
L. DES MARTIN.
M any Hohse in Vinton County !
EXAMINE OUR STOCK and
OF EVERY DEPARTMENT
voods only, for CASH, OR ITS
us to give our patrons
than Ever Before I
and sold, at the Market Prices
to town, and -we guarantee you
' , , ... . , ,
f ) i W V
Is in advance of all competitors. It Is the
only line rMunlng through cars to the West.
Omnibus transfer, ferriage, all changes ami
dclavs avolilnd by running TliKKK I'K
CIAL DAILY LINKS Of , THUOUOtf.
lAHJll es, As follows: ,
For all polnta In
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
. , , ' ' . , , . .... 1
Tub Through Coach leavos Cincinnati at 9:
P. sr., IiiilianaiMils at 8: 49 a. u.. running '
through lilooinliiKton, Peoria, GalcsbuiK.
J.iiriii.KUfll, , . ii. u ill All, 1 v rcniuu, iriTlu. aw
OMAH A at 10:00 4. M.. NEXT DAY, hours in ,
a Wance of any other route, making but one
eliango of care to , , ., ,.,
Get your tickets via Indianapolis and Peoria
o . . f.
! : Yot aU polnta In
Kansas, Colorado and the South west,
The Through Coach loaves Cincinnati at Si 0T
r. u., Indianapolis at 8:00 r. u., running
through Danville, Decatur, Jacksonville and
Quincy, arriving In KANSAS CITY at 10:40
r. M., NEXT IAY, hours in advaneeof
Louis lines, making butone change of carsf I'
HUM BOLT, FT. SCOTr and IKN VER. 1
Get your tickets via ludiuiinpolii), Jiauvlll.
aad Quincy. y . i i
- ' FOR--' '
Rock Island and Davenport, .
The Throngb Coach leaves Cincmnatl at 1: 00
r. M., Indianapolis at 8:0O p. u. runni'ir
through lllooinhigton, I'uoria and Ualva, i..
fiving at HOCK JHLANO at 11: Six. M, 1)A s ,
VENI'OKT at 11:56 A. M., next lay, niakiiif
but one change of oars for points In , "j
' KOBTHIRN ILLINOIS and IOWA. '
Get your ticket via Indianapolis anil Peoria.
Pullman's . Palace Drawing-Boom :
and Sleeping Cars.' , l. ' f
Run through from Cincinnati to Peoria and .
Indianapolia to Burlington.. .
Travelera to any Western point can now
take their satchels, baudboxes and bundles,
select a comfortable seat and keep It to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient arraiigenients.elegant equipments
and quick time, this route is now tk grtat
popular thorovQhfart MicuH tht Xat ami
C. W. SMITH, Gen'l Manager.
JNO. W. BROWN, Oen. fan. & Tkt. Agt.,
& Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
Oa and after November 1873 Train will
run aa follows:
a : . :
o g 4 ; , :
ioiaecn amr.MMm ' sno
s i s :
d . : : : : : :
a b : ; :
3 i ; : :
aa??.???.? . ?22?
ifi win Jlu
I -. 'ii
5g e : :&
:::::: a :
wt-t-coooaoH iiifl4fiift m
a. i. a.
ittlil ill Sli '!
i a : i . : : i : : i i : : : i
3 A : :::::::: : i : :
HHHM09 IS ID )
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally. All
otlier trains dully, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS, EAST, makes no
ttod between Hamden and Athens. , , . .
. . . i i:i. .
8:45 p. m. 0:15a. ro. i
M " ' 1:111
:4 " 11S0 .
Dep. Hamden '
Arr. Jackson '
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVETAND ' ... ,
ForallDoiuts on the Little Miami Railroad.
aud at the Indianapolia Cincinnati Ball
roaa junction tor au points nest.
IT, r. 1IU DUUIl I ,. i
W.K.LANKF.8TKII,. :.' ..
. Master oi Transiortation.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to tho National CmpU
loi ana ABSiwara. , t , . i
On and after Monday. November It. Train
will run aa follows) ... ..... .. -
I SA Pin
a e .
I ... I
10 00 -
8 ha Am
400 A as
1 50 Am -
104 " , ,
4Am ! i
8 90 Am
11 4ft I'm
4 05 Am
11 06 Pin
Pollmai Palae Drawing Boom Sleeping Can,
Which are as oomfortablo. elofrantly furnished
and almost eiiual to a ftre-sil, are on all .
trains from Climlnnntl to Unltlinora and
WashlnKton. Heenclieiluieotiincinuaii aa. . .
Marlutta Knilroail for time of arrivincand da
pnrtlnir from MoArthur. 1'
. . . I . I . ... .1.1. . . . nwart ll nlki.
inn anTniiww v mi. iwikw.., ,..,
Is, that it gives all travelem holding through ;
tickets thu prlvllcsre of Uitlns; Hiiltimors.
Plillalulpliln,and the National Capitol fr.a.
Time quicker aud rate of f nro lowor than
by another route. t - '
The scenery slons; this Hallway la not
equalled for jranduuron Ibis CVutluunt, ,.
to BniJppKua or ftneuT, ,,;,,!
Tills Una nffrts aiuierlor Iniluccnurnts tha
rates holnif oiie-tlilrtl lower to and from )!,. .
Kin, New Tork, or any other eaxUrn point.
In ordering aixxlsof any ilescrliiiion trwm m
Kiist give ummtion to ship wi l ii I u mora A
Ohio It. R., and in hIiIjiiiIiiw F.imt k'vo iii . It
rectlons. rreiwiitasiiinpen uy linn r-mtii wilt
linva cli'mli'h, and he linnilled with cata ajitl
savaahiiiiiemnnch iiKiner. . ,,
, " . N. (jHTM.K')Rn, '
Con. Frelht Aif't llniilniora
, . " ' l id. ol.K, '
Op. Ticket A'. Halttmor. .
8.TI. JONKH, '
j v , , Pa. Ac'Wt'inettinatl.
rult ritlNTIXO of every dcaciliilkin n (.
I ly and pnnnptly vxacntod ut this uilii .