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MoAIUHlR, OHIO, . . JULT 1,1873.
'"P N. FRESHMAN,
: 190 WEST KOUKTH STItl tr,
1 an authorised Aeiil to recleve advertise
ment for till puer. hut special ar
riiiigeiiieot wltli religion, tftU ultu.al aud
NO BUSINESS DONE ON 4vr(ittUY9.
Postage. When Bubscrlberu to
local newspapers, who have received
them free through the mails for the
pant thirty years iu the county
where they are published, are cnll
e I upi n, in pursuance of a law
ptiHsetl by Congress last winter, and
which took effect on. the 1st of Ju
ly, we hope they will not Maine
the publinhcri, but eajmly reflect
that the passage- of the bill Congress
accelerated by . the JSftlary StesT
lmv, under rhleh the members ot
('rtHH re to receive an addition
of $2,800 per year eacli, and Presi
lent Guvs r $25,01)0 per year, add I
tionul. Under this law publishers
have to pay pontage or. all their ex
c'.iangcs, and subscribers to papers
printed at home are to be drawn
upon for 5 cents every three months,
while the President and members
of Congress have made themselves
rich, and insulted publishers and
liX'al newspaper patrons.
It is hay harvest now.
We hope eveiybody aro prepar
ing for the "Gloiious Fourth" next
ftFrftftf nwmi Pyu"rt UuArtuur. O,
A. Burtensiiaw, of Ilaiuden, is
now laying, the foundation for
large business house.
A cheat many towns contemplate
wrestling with the American Eagle,
All our neighboring towns and
Villages are going to erect "200"
hew buildings this season.
' 'w tr -
Dukino the past week Mr. E. D.
Dodge has purchased a large quan
tity of wool. The price ranging at
40 cents per pound.
nr. N. J. Dower, Deutl.t, McArthnr, O.
WlWT about the Fourth of July ?
The spirit of "'76," or some
other spirit, will gush in McArthur.
Come and sec.
Oilman, Ward Sc Co. are erect
ing an excellent bridge across
Middlo J?ork of ftaccoou Creek, at
the residence of Geo. Waxler, near
Jonas Jenkins, residing on North
Street, in this town, fell and hurt
himself quite severely while climb
ing a feiiao nPflr J)is residence, on
Saturday evouing last, . .
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A NUknEH of persona got into a
mall bit of a fight at Vinton Sta
tion, last Saturday, resulting in the
lU'Cflftillg f the leg of one man.
2ft'. Whisky was In command m
Tlii: Marietta dc Cincinnati Rail
road liaye made half-faro arrange
ments on all trains from all stations
to Chillicothe ou the Fourth. Spec
ial trains will be run to and from
Plany sunflowers if there is any
place about your house where water
is thrown out, and likely tp become
malarious. This plant has the pow
er of absorbing malaria, and purify
ing the atmosphere,
Wm. Gold, of" ho fl'r'tn of J. Jc W.
Gold, proprietors of the McArthur
Nurseries, la a first-class black
smith, and is thronged with work.
His shop is at his residence on the
farm, one mile north-east of town.
pr, V. 4, Unwwi, Dentist, McArthur, O.
Owinu to a bard wind Prof, J. II.
Holey did not ascend very high in
his mammoth balloon, at Jackson, a
few days ago. Come to McArthur,
Professor, and furnish us with
Tms section has been abundant
ly blessed with rain since Sunday,
The corn and oats are doing splen
did, but it is feared the late heavy
rains will injure the wheat some
what by causing it to lodge. .
The material for the County In
firmary Building is being prepared.
0, V, Ward, of the firm of Gilmak,
Wauo 4 Co'tho contractors, Is su
perintending tho burning of the
400,000 brick, upon tho Infirmary
Farm, for tho erection of the build
ing. ' ,
Da. Boyyebi desires to call atten
tion to his speciality, that of treat
tug Had preserving the natural
teeth. Attend to this right away.
Glvo him a call.
KM mo .
Editor L'ntjtu'er :
Sunday tuiocxi arc the first
steps toward (Jhiislinnity, and if
properly nurtured will yield an
abundant harvest of God-loving
people. 1 uotioo, however, a great
luck of interest in the Sunday
Schools of McArthur one school
in particular. The Superintendent
is there only at intervals; tho teach
ers ditto, aud the scholars in imita
tion of th.ir otlleers, follow their
example. This should not be so,
and it can only be remedied by
a punctuality of nil interested. If
the Superintendent aud teachers
are late, you cannot blame the
scholars fordoing the same thing.
If the officers are derelict in their
duties towards the school, the schol
ars will naturally be derelict in
their lvssons and attendance. It is
similar to a man who employs a
half dozen or dozen men to do his
work. If the employer Is negligent
In his duties, and fails to give the
work constant supervision, the em
ployees will become careless, and
indifferent as to how and when the
work is. executed. If ho takes jio
interest in his own business; t
.hands Cannot bo expected to do it
for him, and will not. The s.ie
theory will apply to Sunday schoojs.
To have tho children interested, ito
odlcers and teachers should bett
their jiosts promptly every SunthTy
morning; encourago them by little
speeches or addresses; mid when a
stranger visits the school, invite
him to give the' children 'a little
talk." Have plenty of hymn books
and select the most familiar airs, or
tunes, and encourage all to sing.
There is nothing so pleasant to the
ear as the voices of children sing
ing. They are generally apt schol
ars, and will soon pick up the words
and tune of any song or hymn. The
better way is to practice singing n
full half hour before the time to
take classes, The above rules, when
properly applied, have never failed
of gathering a large and interesting
school, and we hope our hints may
do some good.
Horses Stolen Tiiieves Cap
tured. --On Monday night, June
9th, a horse worth $140, was stolen
from Mr. John W. Wilkinson, liv
ing in tho north east corner of Ea
gle township, Vinton county, and
on the night of the lOtli, a horse
worth $150, waa stolen from Noah
Millek, living in Colerain township,
Ross county, fi miles from the resi
denee of Mr. Wilkinson, by two
lazy brothers called ltarus Gilpin,
aged 24 years, and Miles Gilpin,
aged 19, Imth unmarried. Mr,
Wilkinson's horse, was concealed
until the night of the 10th, on the
farm of John Evans, living in Salt
Creek township, Hocking county,
a brother-in-law of the two thieves.
Haying secured the two horses,
they started as. they supposed, on a
successful line of business, passing
through Rloomingville, Zaleski,
Nelson villo, to Sarahsville, Noble
county. In tho vicinity of the last
named place they traded tho horses
off for others, perhaps of equal
value, and went oyer InpWest Vir
ginia. The owners of the horses got
on the right track and followed
them to Belleville, West Virginia,
on tho Ohio river, 20 miles below
Paikersburg, where they were ar
rested on Juno 22 ud, and lodged in
the Parkersburg jail on the day fol
lowing. On Thursday last, they
were brought to McArthur, and at a
preliminary examination before C.
W. Holland, J ustlce of the Peace
for Elk Township, they plead
guilty and were sent to the county
jail to await the uction of tho Grand
Jury, at the September Term of the
Court of Common Pleas. The own
ers of the stolon horses have been
to more expeuse than both the
horses aro worth.
riKE. The Jewelry Store of
Mr. Coknwell, had a narrow escape
from fire, Sunday afternoon last.
Tailoring is carried oh in the same
room by Parker Rankin, and it ap
pears that Mr. R. built a fire in the
stove on Saturday evening for the
purpose qf heating a smoothing
iron. All appeared right when the
store was closed at night. On the
approach of a heavy wind and rain
storm on Sunday afternoon, tho pro
prietor called at tho store to sec
whether everything was secure
against rain. Upon opening the
dfMtr, the room was discovered to
bo full of smoke, A search revealed
tho fact that the floor was on fire
in the rear of the stove, and had
evidently smouldered there since
tho evening previous. It was soon
squelched, the sole damage being a
hole about' a foot square, in the
floor. Had it not been for the ap
proach of tho rain, a general con
flagration would have ensued, and
perhaps destroyed a good portion
of the town.
Champion Reaper and Mower
for lale on Yery moderate
TERMS FOR CASH,
or will exchange a machine for a
pair of mulcB,
J, S, IIphn.
"Steam Flouwno Mill and Otk
EnPaorntTY Fon Sale. F. Shapes,
of Zaleski, Vinton county, Ohio, on
the Marietta & Cineinnntl Railroad
G miles noith-east of McArthur,
wishes t) sell his hug) Steam
Flouring Mill, with mill yard of one
acre, tog.Hlnr .with two aarei of
land adjoining tiie inil!yard, upon
which then is a fine dwelling house,
with 7 completely finished rooms,
and n good well of wat?r, a c'st 'rn,
wash-house, stable, f;uit trees,
grape vines, and other con ventencee.
He will also sell his Portable Steam
Saw mill, now located half mile from
Hopo Furnace Station, on the Mari
etta & Cincinnati Railroad, which is
cutting from 4,000 to 5,000 feet of
lumber daily, and is "set" for ntuk
ing more than 300,000 more, to
gether with the teams, harness,
By referring to his advertisement
in this paper, the reader can learn
further particulars, and see what
other p.opeity ho desires to sll
Mr. Shades wishes to go east,
which is a reason for wanting to
sell his valuable property. His
terms to purchasers aro' easy, and
his property is tlio vary let
The population of Zaleski and
immediate vicinity is about 1,200,
and the surrounding country for
miles around, is excellent for rais
ing wheat, corn, etc., and the busi
ness of the Steam Flouring Mill ex
tends a great distance in every di
Pianos, anp Gjmjans. y'.off M
R. Barnes, Superintendent of the
McArthur Union Schools, is Agent
for the Hale of the best musical in
struments manufactured, among
which are Smith's American Or
gans, George Wood's and Co's. Or
gans, Spaug's Organs, B. Shonin-
ge'r & Co's. Organs, Steinway &
Son's Pianos, F. C. Lighte fc Co's,
Pianos, J. F. Harris ifc Co's, Piuuos,
Bacon & Karr's Pianos, and which
will be offered during tho present
vacation fif l!(0 Schools, aj; guch a
discount fur cash, as to defy com
petition, and to render it entirely
unnecessary for any person wishing
an instrument to go to the city to
buy the same. He is supplied with
instruments at manufacturer's pri
ces, and will give all purchasers the
benefit of an expense that should
be incurred by hauling the instru
ments to any place in the country.
Those in want of a suporiqr instru
ment should call at his residence in
McArthur, and learn prices. Min
isters, Chu relief, and Sunday
Schools supplied at low rates. Ev
ery instrument warranted. The
Pittsburgh Gazette, of a late date,
in speaking of Smith's American
Mack Hour Happy. An Organ within th
rtuch of all The INumvh of tht Agn.1'o
house that IiohbIh Hot of its pinno. or what i
much butter, its orunn, in unllnlslivil in Itx
furnislmiunt. In olilou times it coHt fnbiilnun
minis ol'inoiioy t )iirchuse a parlor musical
instrument in tho sliapo o( an oruan; but tho
motto of the world is "progress,'1 and to-day
when those inarvullouslv irrand inwtruiuents.
Smith's American Oi'Kauft, eau be procured at
sue n insitfuiiU'tiiit mm? qi monuy, n i not to
be wondered at that iniitio is popular, and
that few parlors in the laud are without their
parlor organs. The manufacturers, oneof the
Htiinchttst and most reliable linns of Boston,
have for years endeavored to- popularize the
organ, by presenting the public with Tory su
perior instruments at prices barely above tho
cost of manufacture They have at length
succeeded iu producing organs that, for boun
ty of finish mill furniture, variety of toue,
sweetucss, richness, and power, are not sur
passed by any in the world, which they place
before the public nt such (rilling prices as to
put them within (lie reach of tho poor as well
as of tho rich. They are of several sizes, uni
formly finished unci perfect, but varying in
volume aud power. These organs are as line
ornaments of great ue as are needed iu the
best furnished parlor, aud are sold at prices
..,!.. ...., n.... .I..!,..-
mining ituiu vuo iiiiutnoM uuimi. lll'ndl un,
which place them iu position as tho cheapest
good organ in the world? Any of our readers
wishing to purchase an organ should not fail
to award these Instruments proper considera
tion, for no better selection can possibly be
made, and none are sold at such cheap prices.
"Put your money where it will do
the most good!" We came to this
conclusion while standing In the
Dry Goods House of John W. Wil
cox, at Haraden, last Saturday
evening, observing the people buy
ing dress goods, clothing, boots,
shoes, hats, groceries, and the
many other things at such very low
prices. We were surprised at the
low figures ou such choice goods.
We would advise tho people to give
the House of John W. Wilcox a
call and look at his good's! See his
advertisement elsewhero In this paper.
Celebration and Picnic.
The celebration and picnic to
come off in Arnold's Grovo, near
this place, on the Fourth, promises
to be an enjoyable affair, and will
no doubt he largely attended. The
Declaration of Independence will
be read, and an oration delivered
by Hon. H. C. Jones; after which
thero will be music, dancing, re
freshments, and a general good
time. Our friend Ben. Redd, In
stead of dallying with tho American
Eagle, will squeeze the juicy lem
on, and furnish all who may call at
his stand, with iced lemonado and
A youno man in a suburban town
sent off his first postal card. After
writing a message on the back he
enclosed it in an envelope, clapped
on a three cent stamp, and dropped
it in the post office, remarking at
the same time that it was a very-
handy nrrangomont," and should
have been introduced years ago.
To Kansas and Coloradol-Diirlug the
(iiiuim-r uaiu of 1073, the Missouri I'aciUc
Itniirns 1 will sell Excurs on Tickets liDm -t.
I.niii to Deliver and return, at very low late
of line, and a lure opportunity U thereby !'-
f. iv.l. for overs of nature to view tne ieiiu-
tius of Oiloiado and uiijoy the delightful
scenery and huiUli-iii.-ipirlug climiue ui m
Parks of the Rocky Mountains,
limisas. with Its broad and fertile idulns, It
directly on the mute, together with all tli
... I lf,..l Ul.,1.,., rpn..ultjlliid la PfHl'tk
Ullirr ?l cittern ignites unti 1.1 1 .
ed by the Misouiri I'acillc Uiiilroud and its
connection. Tim Texas conuvuuuu
load it now completed, aud pascngers are
oilered u llrsi-clsss, ull-iuil route from bt
Louis to Texas, either over the MIsHourl,
Kansas A Tcsa It. II. via Medalia, or over the
Atluntlc I'ucillo It. li. W Viuitu. Kor
maps, time taldur, Information as to rates,
Thompson, Southern I'asscnger Agent, Chat
tanooga. Teuu., or K. A. ford, U'uVi Passen
ger Agent, tit. mollis, mo. .yuesiioiis n 111 in
cheerfully and promptly answered. l-ly
Fob Loss ot Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Depression of Spirits aud (ieneral
Debility, In their -various forms, FBRBO
Prosporatkd Elijcik of Calisaya made by
Caswell, II azard ft Co., New York, and sold
by all druggists, is the best tonic. Asa stltn
ulent tonic for patients recovering; from fever
or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken
during the season it prevouts fever and ague
and oilier intermittent levers. 1U-4W
emigration Turning.-Cheap Farms iu
South-west Missouri. The Atlantic ft Pacific
Railroad Company offers l.SOJ.OOO acres of land
Iu Central and South-west Uiseourl, at from $8
to $14 per acre, ou seven years' time, with free
transportation from tit. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
school,, churches, ami law-abiding society in
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowers, for particulars address A.
Tl'CK, Land tJommissioiier, HI. Ismls, Mo. l-ly
Vnr Ayur's Me Olclnos, jrn to Q. V. Slsson's.
I'lTTHBtrami, March, 1873.
Wo have used large quantities of Boymer
llauman ft t'o.'t Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found it uniformly and finely
ground, very white and of excellent body,
Its purity we have never questioned, and we
cheerfully recommend it.
THOMPSON ft MILLER,
A CAItD. A Clergyman, while residing in
ioutu America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and, niie rgiucfly fort)e euro of nerv
ous woaknesa, eqrly decay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, ami the whole
trajn of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlc'ous habits. Great numbers have been
cured by Will noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate,
I will send the recoiptforpreparingand using
this medicine, In a sealed envelope, to any one
who needs it, t'rti of Charge Address
JOSEPH T. IN MAN,
Station D, Bible House, N. T. City.
March ID, IBTJ-vT.ulO.
To the Suffering. The Rev. Win. H. Nor
ton, while residing in Bimil as a Missionary,
discovered In that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption, Scrofula, Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Norvous Weak
ness. T)ii remedy has cured myself after all
othor medicines had failod.
Wishing to benefit the suffering, I will send
thereclpo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire it, Frooof Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your name
and address on It. Address,
ltev. WM. H. NORTON,
070 Broadway. New Vork City,
March 19, 18T3-v7,nlO.
For Fine Perfumery, go to iSissou's Drug
The Host Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Cjuoenswarc, (i lass ware, Notions, ftc,
can bo hud at Davis Duncan's .Store, in Za
leski, 14 411 times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken in exchange for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store he has
a Saddle nud Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that Hue on short notice aud at
low figures. Go and see him. tf
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis
sou's. Five Hiidrel Tbound.-500,000 hollies
oftireene's August Flower have been sold In
this State iu three months. We only ask you
to go to the drug stores of Gunning or Slsson
McArthur, Ohio, and get a bottle fret of charge
or a regular size at 75- cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costiveuess, Heart
burn, Waterbrash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion
Impure Blood., am) fill disense. Cfttised by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It. G. G. GREEN, Proprietor,
WE WILL GIVE AS A
TO ANY PERSON SENDING U9
Five New Subscribers
FOR ONE YEAR AT $1 50 EACH,
A COPY QV THB
"Inflnsliies of tie Unitefl States,"
Or an extra copy of THE MoAHTHUR EN-
QUIKEH, for one year.
THE GREAT INDUSTRIES
Is a valuable volutun of
1.304 Pages, with 500 Illustra
Well bound, and contains a large amount of
Information, oonecrnlnir all the great indus
tries of our country. Bend the names.
J. "W- BOWEIT,
Pub. Enquirer, MoArthur, O.
The Oldest and Best of the
V .. i iimiii
With the number for Jnnuarv. the Kclkotio
enters upon Its twenty-ninth year. It gleans
no onoiuost articles iroin ino enure num 01
foreign periodical literature, ami offers
The best Scientific. Articles, Kssays, Reviews,
Crltinisni, lllograplilual Hk etches, Novels,
Short Klnrles, Poems, Miscellanies and tho
onest Htkkl Knohavinus.
The aim of the KCLKCTIC is to ba Instrne.
tive without lielnr dull, and entertaining
without being trivial, ltesdors who seek
IKBTKI'CTION A8WKLLAI AMVflKUINT,
8hotild give It Atrial. Tonus. 5 a year: Sin
glo conlos, Vi cents. I.ilieiHl terms to club.
The rn.'l.KClTU will be sent with any other
porloUkul at lowest club ratus, Address,
ri. it. i i.i.n'. i-ui)iiHiier.
108 Fulton street, N V.
free from all poi
ilieuls and warranted to cure
All I' I! ill nil It fi,l nlti mi,. A trna
Ui'dii'iji,', Kress i'over Toulo,
m irt-.l'i i.fj i ,;,!, ,..,.,r
bottle. It ctnv l,n iHjci-liug ague- I'oisiiu in
the lil.i.i I. iiu,l rHmliWitjt'oHt of lliPMSlem.
l ltVI.I W. f. UAittlM'ON CO.,' .IN
(.INN ATI. . - v., - . 4W
if) K.UU'l.KHseiilliy niriil for 60.?., Hint re-
tail quick for till. It, I.. WtfLCUTT, 1B1
Chatham Square, New Vork. 4w
'A Itrge book, full of stood thinn. vsluabla immU.
Lma imuuiutui iniurmauon. miuea lor two suimta.
Vddraa. LKE ft CO., 624 Hutu Ave., New York.
WORKING CLASS aweekar"'?
teed. Kcspectiilile employment at home, day
oruvenintr: no cunitul i-niiiiri.il! lull iin.
tions aud valuable package of goodsgent free
nriiiuii. Aiiiireus, wiiu six cent return stamp.
M. YOUNG & to., 173 Greenwich St., N.Y.
and .Salesmen I Itryunt's Llbrnrv o7Foetry and
Hong, and Miss Breeder's New 'Housekeeper'
Manual. Both selliug last and far. Fxelu
sire Territory: liberal terms. J. B. FOKD
ft CO., N. V-, Iloston, Chicago and Kan Frau
pAHVASSINQ BOOKS BENT FBEE FOR
Prof. FOWLER'S GREAT WOEE,
Ob Manhood, Womanhood, md their Mutual Inter
Ralatlonn Lots. Tti T.twi. Vawav. nt.
Agent me Hulling from 20 to 30 copies of
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tills nwia n 4iii T VJ OVID t Villi UDDI II g
hook rrvu of dtai-tf'i to any book ugeut. AU-
.iKfldt Mint in fr nvimi.lnii.xi ul.i XT ITIAV A
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PCIlLISIIISli (.')., l'hiladelpliia, Pa., Chica
go, ill or 31. IAUIIB, iuu. tw
Neglect a Coughl Nothing is moro certain
to tuy mo louiiiiuiion lor iiitnre evil conse
quences. . .
WELLSS CARBOIJC RABLETS
are name cure forall dlsspases of tho reulra
tory iirgans, sore throat, Colds, ( roup,
Diphtheria, Asthma, Catarrh, Hersuness, Dry
ness of the throat, Windpipe or Bronchial
Tubes, and all diseases of the Lungs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should be promptly and freely
used. They eiualize the circulation ot the
on km. mitignie me severity or tne attack, an
will, In a very abort timo, rcstoro healthy ac
tlou to theallectud organ.
Wells' CarboHo Tablets are put up only In
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. It' they
cant oe uini at your iiruirgisrs, sepi( at nce
iiiein I iv return man.
Don't be deceived bv imitations.
Sold by druggists, fife Price 25c a box.
JOllN U.KKLLOtiti.18 Piatt St.. N. V.
m Itic llUHb III IUI, HUU nil! lUrWUI'U
Send for l.'iiruliir. Bole agent for United
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Dissected, analyzed and nortraved as real man
aud women, Just like Saints and Sinners of
our own day. Original, llacy, .sinking and
Populur, Reads like a Novel. Send for cir
cular. ZIUULUK It MuCCitDY, 1B0 West
Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. 4vr
WEAR 4 YEADON " MILLS
IP YOU WANT TO KEEP CLEAR OF
COLDH AND RHEUMATISM, NOTHING
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flctt 18 U f7;.. !cyovc.rsiuUir-!ii, I'islolaJHo
H. Gun Material, Fishilig Tackle. Large
uiscouui to iiuuiers orciuus. Armviiuus, Ho
volvers, Ac, houglit or traded for. Ooods
sent by express C. O . U. to be examined before
paid for. 4v.
Fever and Ague Cured by
which ooiiihines id) th ft alki.loids of tho Cin
chona Darks, uml Is as elt'ectual a ruinclv as
the Sulphate of (Jiiinine, while it is much
cheaper and more palatable. StaV Send
stamp l'ur descriptive circular
Willi I o mi u I If
lor using tue I'lMUiiM-uiUnlnU, and Tes
timonials from physicians nil over tho country.
Prepared by BILLINGS, CI. A TP X CO.,
Chemists, successors to Jus. R. Nichols It Co.,
Represented In New York by 8. II. Austin,
at John F. Henry's, No. 6 College PlftUQ,
Iami uosTi'OWKRPt'LCf.lANSXK, strength
enorauil remover of Glandular Obstructions
known to llititrla Halloa.
It is Bi'rci ai.i.v AHAPTKn to constitutions
"worn down" and debilitated by the wunn
weather of Spring and Hummer, when the
blood Is not In active circulation, consequent
ly gathering impurities from sluggishness aud
Imperfect action of the secretive organs, and
is nianireted hy Tumors, Kriitp,uls1 Jilutclies,
Bolls, 1'ustnleJ, .ii.nifnlii, &r,
Wbrm WKARV ah l.AStiviD from overwork,
and dullness, diowzluess and inertia tiiko the
plac4 of energy and vigor, the system needs
a Tonic to build it tip and help the Vital
Forces to regaiu their recuperative power.
In tuk HKAf or SnsuEit, ficouently the
Liver and Kpleun do not propcily perform
their functions ; tho Uterine and IJriunry Or
irsn. are Inactive, liroillicillir tveakllfSS of til
stomach and Intestines and a predisposition
to bullous derangement.
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
18 PREPAsn diumtlv Irorfl the BOUTII A
MEHICJVN PLANT, and is peculiarly suited
to all these dltllculties ; it will cleanse the VI
TlATKl) BLOOD, strengthen the LIFE
GIVING POWKR9, and REMOVE ALL OB
STRUCTIONS from IMPAIRED ANl EN
It bhoui.ii di frkki.y iim, as Jurubeba
is pronounced hv inwlleal writers the most ef
flcient PURIFIER, TONIC and DKOBTSRU
ENT knowu in the whole rang or mediciual
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, lSPlattSt., New York
Hold by Druggist. 8010 fcellt fur th0 u"'
tcd States. , ,
, Price II per hot tie. Semi for Circular
$20 TO $40PER WEEK.
1T0 CAPITAL REQUIRED.
Takes .on Sight !
For I'm Fauii.t FiitEnini;, a flrst-clansa lit
erary MuKS'-ine, fur thn lioineclnde. The old
Men and Women want ill The young Man
and Wciinen will have it I Tho children have
It I ONE DOLLAR will pay for THE FlHlt
biiie one ycur, and each subscriber guts a
beautiful Chroinn, printed In slxteon diaorent
colors, Inini as many different plates, iiieMsur
ing 13x14 indies, entitled
"WhlttUr'a Bar.foot Boy "
Bend fifty cents for agent' outfit, which
consists of a ( in onto, rnpv of Fireside, blank,
Ac. Addres Dl NlFF.lt LltKU
Lock-Box l.'l, Germnntown, Ohio.
JMPIRK POULTRY YARDS.
Dark and Light Brahma, Duflr and Par
tridge Cochins. Ilomlans, Leghorns, and all
leading varieties. Eggs for hatching ti per
doxen. Fowls III per pair) 111 per trio. We
warrant one-hall' or mure of every dor.cn sunt
out hy lis to hatch, If tliev do uot we will send
another dosen at ono-hnlf price. Egg aunt C,
O. I). If desired send stump for Illustrated clr
ml sr. Address Dr. C LEWIS, Maiibnro,
Stark Co.. Ohio. 18
gent to cmiin in e lt,iines with, and lurgi'
cnmiulsslii'' tdluwitd fursellliii, Addiuss, .1.
8. CONOV1.K, Coldwtlter, Mleli, M-Hm-ew
COUNTY SEAT OF VINTON COUNTY
Prom McArthur to Hamdcn, .
Is being agitated, but the excitement over this is not half so
great as the announcement that
Jolxia "W. Wilcox's
" eutire stock of . " " , .
1L B TMZjr
is being offered
"Within, a Fraction of Cost !
In order to run it off in th& next sixty days, to make room
for an IMMENSE STOCK, to be opened in September.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
House Furnishing G-oodsJ
Be sure to call on me before you purchase elsewhere. I am making
a specialty of STOVES AND TINWARE, an4 all Hinds of HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. I offer g(Wl bargains in
and Att kinds of General Hardware, as I wish to sell out ray entire
stock of this class of Goods, and put my capital into the STOVE AND
TIN TRADE. Como late, come early, come any time, and you will find
mo at the Store, ready to give you a bargain. I will positively sell Low
KOK lASII OR (JOUNTRY rRODUCE. .
JpETBring your old Stove ami twlo U iW a NEW ONE. While at
tho Font-OHico step in, an.q seo what I have. Shall be glad to see every
body, J. S. 1IUHN,
Agent for the Champion Mower and Reaper.
T. A. MELLOR,
I still at tilts. DOLAN'8 OLD STAND, 00 Second Street, Znloski, O., with a huge
and well selected stock of bran new
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
TOGETHER WITH A CHOICE LOT OF
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND JEWELRY.
The stock la at present larre and better assorted than at any previous time. Bycrs can
roly upon finding the latest and newest things out.
T JFL J3 & S OOODs
OP EVKRY IMAGINABLE STYLE AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES.
Clothing for Men and 33oys
Cut in the very latest style aud mado up of good material, will be sold at a very small
Advance above cost.
lions ami Milllnerr Goods
Th display Include every novelty in shade aud style, which were carefully selected by
Mrs. Millok for this trade.
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS! ASK TIIEIli PRICES!
In olTerinir this stork of Goods to tho oubllu I mean BUSINESS and shall conform to the
necessities of the limes make small prom the
tho worth of hi or her mouey. Corns and aeo, and get (rood good selected from a large
variety, at the lowest price going
toff Country produce always taken la ox change for goods and the highe prices al
lowed. , T A MWI.T.01?
THE POPULAR MUSIC
D. PI. BALDWIN,
158 West Fourth Street,
DEOKEE BROTHERS' CELEBRA.TED PIANOS,
Incomparable iu Workmanship, Matchless in Tone.
The Favorite Valley Gem
Tie only popular medium-priced Piano ;
well and thoroughly made,
AND OTHER STANDARD PIANOS.
TIIE UNRIVALLED ESTEY ORGANS,
For Parlor, Church or Library.
THEY POSSESS POWER, SWEETNESS AND VARIETY,
AND ARE UNEQUALLED FOR DURABILITY.
Of.all Btylea and prices. . Second-Hand Instruments taken in
exchango for new ones.
&ST l)w Prices for Cash. Easy payments, or rentod bo the
rent will pay for them. Send for circulars.
' J. S. 1IULICIC is our tr:ivfliiif Agent for Vinton county. Ad
dniris, McArthur. ' 1 ,
D. 1L BALDWIN.
fl TI R A P AT
J.S. HUHN'S STORE,
In (he Dodge Building,
Two Doors East of the Post-Offlce.
motto, and try to give every purchaser, whether
HOUSE OF THE WEST.
Is In ftclvam-a of all coinnetltors. It is th ;
only line mnniiig through far to the Went. '
Omiiiliii. transfer, furriuKO, nil rhnns;es and
delavs avol.Uil by riinniiiK Til It ( k SI'K- '
CIAL 1AILY LINES of IHKOL'GH
COCHK?, As follows:
For all point hi . . ! , :
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leaves im iunatl at '. r
r. M,, IiHliaiia)tolb ats:45 a. ruunliij
throuith lllooniillKlon. I'eoria. tialuiliurir.
Iliirrinploii, oitiini'vaandCreston, arriving at
OM All A at lu:UU A. M., NEXT DAY, hours iu i
advance of any other route, uiuklng but out
clianga of cars to -
Got your ticket via Indianapolis ami r soil a ;
Vor all lolnt8 In
Kansas, Colorado and the Southwest,
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8: Of
p. M., Imliannpoli at 8:00 p. 11., running
through Danville, Decatur, Jacksonville and
Quincy, arriving in KANSAS CITY atlO:4J
p.m., w hat DAY, Hours in aHvanceof
I.ouii lines, making but one change of carsf
HUM HOLT, FT, SCOTT and DKN V'Klt.
Get your tickets via liuliniiniioliH, Uaiivllla
Eock Island n,(l Davenport. '
The Through Coach lenves Cincinnati at It: OU '
P. M., IndianaiMills at 8: 00 p. x. runoU?'
through Bloomingtou, Peoria and Galva, k. - '
rivins; at HOCK l.SLAN D at 11 : 85 A. M., Da ,
VK.NI'ORT fttll:55 A. M ., next (lay, makliia
but one change of cars for points in .
KOBTHEHN ILLINOIS and IOWA.
Get your ticket via IiuliaiiAHiliD and I'eoria.
Pullman's Palace Drawing-Boom
and Sleeping Cars.
Rim through from Cincinnati to Peoria ami
Indianapolis to Iiurliugtau,
Travelers to any Western point can now
take their siitcliulx, liandlioxe aud bundlex,
(elect a coinfortiililP seat mid keep it to desti
nation, On account of these through and;
convenient arraiigeiiicn inelegant equipments
and Quick time, thin route I nov tttt ortai
popular thoroughfare between the Satt and
C. W. SMITH, Oen'l Manager.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen. I'aut. TH. Agt.,
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
On and after November 0, 18T Train will
run a follows;
5 5 "
agd:.: : :::
S3 : :
34 : : : : :
P4 T V-! "
: ': : .8 '..2 -3
;S s S : d3 ' B
: ' t
g E V.
sb : : : :
ti : -d- ;
3 58 '
v a ; . . . :
o : : : : ::::::::::;
h5 : : : : ' , :::::::: : : : i
S4 ! :
: : :
SJooe ot o t so ee go eo e
i ; : '.
BS : :
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run daily. All '
other trains daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXPUESS, EAST, make no -stoil
hetween llamden anil Athens. . . .
8:45 p. m.
6:15 a. in. .'
71 . . i'.;
TRAINS CONN ECT AT LOVELAND
Forall noiiits on the Little Miami Uailroad.
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Hall"
roan junction lor an point west.
W. W. l'KABODY.
W. K. LAKKESTICIt,
Master ot Trnnsiiortutiim.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
On and after Monday, November 19, Train
will run as follows:
KA8TWARD. C7'aM fatt Mall ,
Ampreu Line Kpret
6 55 Am
8 as Pm
8 40 Pin
38 A lit
8 65 "
IS 90 Pm
8 30 Am
S SO Pin
8 Ml A i
13 54 Am
11 45 Pm
t) V, Pin
4 US Am
. . Arrive
l a imi Pm
10W ' ,
FullmtB rlao Drawing Room Bleoplnr Cars,
iv nu n are as coinrortanie, eica-nntly lunilslied
and alinosl connl to a tlra-niile. are on all
trniiii. iruui . iiwiiinim w niiiciinoni ann :
Washington. See Hchuliils of Cinnliinatl and '
Marietta Hailmnd for time of arriving aud da '
imrting from MnArtlmr. . 1
is, that It gives all travelers holding tlimuKh 1
Aim KivniivHK'" oi tins roine ovar aiioiiiei'
iii-kiiis iuu privilege or visiting lialllmuia
i-iiiimioiuiik im iiivnitiiiinni lapiioi itim.
Time iuickerand rates of furo lower than
by another route.
'The scenery along this ltnllwayvt not
equalled for grandeuron this Contlneut. -
to suiprsua or rnsioar.K 1 '
Till line offer sunerlor InilnccrnenU lh.
ratos iH'Ing one-lhlril lower to and from Hus
ton, New Vork, or anr other eatern point
In ordering goods of ny description from Hie
Kstelvo ilfitictlnu ui ihln rl,i 1'.ii1M,m... m
Ohio 71. It., ami In Hliliiiilng Kiixt give shihv 01-
rcctiiiiis. rrvlgliis liliiiwl hy this route n ill
linvi' i Hiini'h, m.hI l, Iim.1,11,.,1 with nie in,
live Rii iii i iiiin ii nuiiu'V. . .
dill , I'rui ,iv Air't. Iliillliuorv
l, M, il.li,
4 iuu. j'li ki-t Kt'i. Hahiuiiiie; .
hii..kisi:h, . . . . ,
. Oen, I'shs. Ag't.. Cincinnati. '