Mo.VBTHUR, OHIO, ... i
JULY 80. 18H.
190 WEST FOURTIf StllEET,
Is su nuthorlied Agent to rucievti advertise
menu for this paper. He- hut special ar
rangements with religious, agricultural ml
other newspapers. , . . ,. 1
Advertisers who may wish to reach the
People of Vinton and adjoining counties,
can And no bettor medium than the Mo
Arthur I'.nqulrer. '
Tars is a noble time to harvest
the dog-fennel."',-' '
Mattkks and things about town
are "awful" dull. ' Something ought
tobe did soon,, j
Eagle Funs ace has been in blast
about one month, and is making
lronuniiy. ,,, f-; ;' .
1 1 ml. , ...
William Robbins bt. Waterloo
township, Athens county,.' died off
consumption on the' 7th Inst.';, Aged,
fifty-four years V- ':; ;
' m s i '
Not a bit of danger of any coil
fuBion in thestreetsof McArthur in
consi'iiuqncu of the numerous im
provemuiiU. Ny, indeed! ; (
. , Tub Athens Journal lias passed'
into the hands of Fkank Centers
of Charleston, W. Vs., and will be'
conducted, as un independent paper.
IIakvev and ' Homer Sage, for
merly of this pluee, but iyw,oftI,
gun, gave their old homo u visit uii
Sunday ,lat.0.They ,w'erp ; aotne
companitiU ty any ofh'e,ubello3 of
A Dutchman getting excited over
Mm ,aei(uut) jpf nn jaloiiciuW; offu
married woman,1 gave his opinion
t h lis :' "If n)'y Vile jftnsjd Way '' wit
- anviir niun's.vitV. i'eliaktijjini .out
of his preeelies, if .'she ' bi.ilue
i'addcr, mine (Got."', ; ,''!;'!?''', '"iV;,,1
i ' am i 'i I if., , .
".Secuke the shallow jure the Hub
stance fa i leu," by having a beautl
fnl picture taken at HillinOiiuimt's
Galloryj in this place. He is an
artist of supenor skill, ns his. speci
mens will show. Call and te .'
Thk Hocking Valley Railroad
Company have put up iron bridges,
in place of the wooden ones destroy
cd by the late freshet. . All the
'passenger "jand freight are. ngpin
running regularly on the road.
I N. J. nowcrs ,'Dcntlst, McAilaur, O
It is stated that the. collision of
the Accommodation, train ' on' the
M. & C. Railroad, last Monday, oc-
Y-nsioned a boy passenger to' bite
.off tjw end of his tongue, which
happuned to be protruding beyond
"jjila . Incisors ' at., tho :,tAo.-Atheni
Jifesnenger, . '' ! '.
The little folks made quite a dis
play, on - Saturday last, through
Main' Street,' with their miniature
circus . and monagerio wagons
tholr .band, .wagon, , drums,; horns,
and uniforms.-. They aro pftjtty
good imitators, but doubt Whether
it would' bo policy to commend
them in tho exoroUo. iThoir minds
Should be trained into more worthy
Aid useful channels.,, ..,. ,.1 , ,..,.
At this .seasoti of the year,; there
will" be, of course, many thunder
Storms, , The .,t)mp fpr rattling petals
, and vivid flashes, is now,, ai. hand.
, Pungor , from lightning ; may bo
guarded .against by kooplng' away
from conductors of electricity. ; If
c light in a thuuder-stofm,"UO''riot
go near the ' trunk of a tree,; nor
1dnr the tree at all, if the branches
be low, 1
i. Now is the time to subscribe for
: Tiik MuAhthuh . EKQuittEw' and
Tub Christian WiTiES8--the for-
iuor $l.j0 per year, and the latter
( 12.00. or the wo jiapers one year
.for 1 $3. bend in your name and
commence now. No household in
." Vinton :! .'county. "paq., , afford ltd' be
wltliout uither 'M those pancfV,' . uo
I 'rttattttj' what httw papers mijyjtntcr
; tUercliJ, ,,. ',: ',.,,;..
mm m i i
.'; ,' JfisTAfE'.Sealcd proposals .will
bo , rocoivod. by O, E. Cool, Score
, tary, of. the . IJuil4ing ,Aocltlpn
fortUo building of the Brick Church
' ear' WillfosTllltf, tlti Friday,; Au
; gust 15th. 1873, Instead of "August
ftth," as will, be scon, by reference
' to tjje dyrtiomcnt elsewhere.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Patuiok Kelly,
" thrye iniles wost of WlIkesviir(N )
The MoAi'tljnr nmBs'Brfiid. ap
peared on the Court ilouse steps
Mast Friday; erring ftod g'the
.'"citjzens reat of somo eclont
1 'in rts'le,' which 1 was onlto scriil-c heer-
lng to ail. liope iney wia giva as
fcainbs of tWo luoniborf bf. theBand
are 11. W.' Horton, W. I), Gold, f,
, R, Spraguc, A. U Brown, IA, Well
. lil'j, Patkor iRauVlpT..,,A.;iMu1fray;
Tarts' Horton,'- Jr'Sllw'W.,
The Wise Printer.
. There-'is a' story' 'told,5 said V b'o
true. In a certain printing office,
there were several printers, most of
whdra wore iq 'tlib habjtj qt. 'spend
ing more or less every day for
beer and strong drink.' , One of tho
number decided that be would mot
diunk, but would make a deposit of
the amount he would have expended
in beer each day, and at the end of
five years ho had in bank, from
tho result of his savings, $550 86.
During tho time he had worked
every day, had never been sick,
while moBt of tho other printers
had , been sick, or had become
drunkards, or had been discharged.
This sober and wise printer soon
became able to buy out his employ
ers and is now a rich publisher,
worth over $100,000, all from
breaking off from the use of beer
and whisky. How many good fellows-leave
their work and spend
their hard earned money in drink,
aud llnally go down the stream into
tho gulf of habitual drunkenness,
when by wiso measures and a little
fsnvingiv- Uiejr7Tnrfght-.make them
sclrwr rich' and 'Ifitypy. Printers
are generally flue fellows, intelli
gent and clover, but too. often ruin
all their 6iight prospects :iii conse
quence of strong drink. Would to
God temoerance reiirned amonr
)rint,rs, without a single exception
Still AsoTnKn. On last Mon
day morning a freight train got off
the track, near arshneld, op the
M.' & ' C. Railroad. ' Three other
freights in the rear coming east
were flairired to back and "side
ruck;" through niisanprcheusion
they backed merely, and were short-
alter run into by Conductor Gal-
lauueu's Accommodation train, the
engine of the latter knocking the
caboose or the rear Ircurht com
pletely through an ndioiniiiif car
of shelled com.' The Accommoda
tion did not resume her trip until
Tuesday morning. Athens Mcssen
geKJuly 24th. ( ,
v 'Ahb Vet Anothe1 Xnd Another.
Of accidents thrco or four on the
M. & C. Railroad on Tuesday and
yesterday, .' respectively, , we have
been ton ly, able obtain vagne and
confli'ctinsr accounts. lt itheilgno-
rllnce of those, who should. 'be, in
formed regarding details of acci
dents on this road is designed, they
make a mistake, for rumor will
build, wider on ,a nore suggestion
of 'the facta than a ' correct' knowl
edge., of the.ciroumstances .would
ordinarily justify.' 1 The accido'iit'of
Tuesday, near Lexinsrton is said to
haviv Involved several lives. A col
lision of a passenger and a froight
occurred yesterday near Vincent
Station,- with v whatrdctailed result
A" Good AprLE 1 Dumpling.- Peel
and core tho apples and put them in
a two quart basin. ' Make a crust
of either sour cream and soda or
with baking powder, the same as
for-! rice bisouits; , Put t water
enough to cook the apple?, and cov
er with crust Put an over-lapping
oover..o?er tho basin and cook; .on
top of stove; or- baka In the oven if
yon prefer. A sauce made of but
ter, sugar, water, and nutmeg or
emon, is excellent, as is also sweet
cream where tho apples are , not
acid. Twenty-flve minutes is long
chough to copK, ordinary apples.
J 'his js .sometimes called a "Brother
onatban.,''" , Peach cobblers ' are
made " similarly' with peaches in
stead of 'apples,' and are best with
cream for sauce.
The bound volumes of tho "Gen
eral and Local Laws and Joint
Resolutions, passed by the 16th
General Assembly, at Jtho adjourned
session, begun and held" in tho City
of Columbus, Jan. 2, "1873, and in
the 71st year of said State," have
been recoivod by W. W. Belford.
luditor of Vinton county, for dis
tribution, Tho Constitutions of
Ohio of 1802 and ,1851, with notes
to! the docIst6nB construing them,
references to the Constitutional
fJebates, 'are'prliited with this vol
ume, of Laws. . Those entitled to
copies of the laws will call upon the
Auditor and got them, ,
; One of the correspondents of the
GallipoHs Ledger,1 speaking of tho
Gallipohs, McArthur and Columbus
railroad, says in that paper of July
2Gth, i'jTHAT this , Road will as
SUUELT BK BUILT, AS THAT UOD IS
just, ob (Tiiat; timjc '.rolls.,. , Those
who have charge of t have laid
themselves out for the work and
nothing short of its completion will
ever. iijd uce ;thern to abandon thOir
efforts, They, baje-shown , them
solves fuUy cpihpQtwit to cope with
the mpst formidable opposition that
can ;w brought to bear ngaiiiht It,
and time will crown their teal with
;.; AKWS.vjw.TIe railroad
Subject being abandoned, our1 citi
zens -are looking' about ' them for
plana for, futuro oporatlon. .A. pro
f)6siti6n" 'lsv n6W,.n)(ilng ''dglWed,
which wo bcllcvrto bo feasible and
avantiigcbQs ti all prtlesto move
the 'Cddrt ,116(180 and Jail buildings
to--MisArthijr 'Station,' lay put
town, and abandon jfho .old rwre
We second the motion. We aro I
a cuaugo of some kind.'.-WJbi- are
tired of doing business throe inilcs
How many of us hear the above
expression a dozen times a .week,
and have it stick in the throat of
at least half of them ? It Is becom
ing to be a hypocritic appendage of
business and social Intercourse.
A sponge goes behind tho coun
ter, cuts off a dime's worth of to
bacco or cheese with an excuse
that he wants a "sample" and the
grocery man says "that's all right"
A customer returns a pair of
shoes, soiled and injured after half
a day's wear, grunting, "they are
too small," and the merchant says
"that's all right'' . . . ' ..
A church member puts down his
name for $25 to pay tho preacher,
and when called on, gives only $10,
with tho remark, that "times are
too hard," and the parson says,
"that's all right"'
A loafer makes a regular practice
of coming into a printing office,
week after week, and begging a
copy of the paper, stating that he
"just wants to read it," and the-edi-tion
is short, the editor groans with
ghastrypollteness, "that's all right"
An extravagant debtor tells a pa
tient creditor every time he meets
him that "he intends to pay the ac
count to-morrow, certainly," and
the poor dun turns of with "that's
And so it goes. It's all wrong,
and we Bay it's all right, and by
want of spirit and independence
encourage laziness, imposition,
stinginess, and every other sin.
I)r. N. J Bowrrn, Pen tint, McArthur, 0.
. If you wish to know whether it
is going to rain or not, all yon have
to do is to find tho storm vortex,
and then see which sido is the most
moist. Multiply this by the square
of tho latent heat, substract tho
time of day, and then divide the re
mainder by present state of the
weather. The result of this will be
the rcrial rariflcation, plus tho thcr-
mometric evolutions, of the North
olc, and then if Antonio Casper,
thief editor of Kapler' t" Alabama
(colored) Side-hill IIowler,mt lies
and slanders thereto affixed, can't
tell which is the most to blame for
a railroad accident nt Vfnton " Sta
tion, tho railroad, the Coroner of
Vinton county, the citizens of Vin
ton county, or the Enquirer, it is
useless to say that a thunder storm
ever commenced "yesterday after
noon, about noon," or that Grant
signed the Salary Stealing Bill and
tho Postage Grab Bill.
One of the finest elocutionists in
McArthur, is our friend Horace
Rkdd, who is also the proprietor of
first-class hotel. As a reader
of Shakespeare, ho is the compeer
of the renowned Murdoch.
Every reader of The Aldine for
August is sure to be charmed with
its beautiful and seasonable illus
trations, as well as pleased with its
fresh and piquant literary contents.
A magnificent full-page marine
view opens the number, from the
pencil of M. F. H. de Haas, N. A.,
ono of our great painters of water
scenes. It is a truthful sketch of
what may be seen almost any day
on Long Island Sound. Mr. F. T.
Vance, who has made the region a
study, contributes a series of origi
nal pictures of the grand Adiron
dack mountains and lakes, which
are very timely, as that region ; is
now full of pleasure seekers. There
Is a page-picture of "Lake Colderi,"
remarkable for its lights and shad
ows, depth ; and, feeling; one of
"Avalanche Lake;" another of "Ca
lamity Pond Brook;", and a charm
ing one of "Flume Falls of the Opal
eBccnee;"-four as fine1 views from
the proposed great National Park,
as ever appeared In an Art Journal.
A tender and eloquent full-page
picture illustrates a poem called
"A Good Dog." ' The remaining il-
ustrations, all fine works of art, are
"Group of Door," by Spocht: "The
Explanation ,", after Harpfer; ''Vot
Doesh You Peddles?" ; a humorous
sketch by W. M. Cary ; "Shoo Fly;"
and "Picking Flowers." The liter
ary contents of The Aldine keep
paco with its gems of art, and are
this month unusually interesting.
Thore aro two delightful stories:
"The Crow's Requiem," by Erck
inann-Chatrian, aud "A Graven
Image," by Clara F, Guernsey. The
miscellaneous articles are "Across"
the Atlantlo In an Old Liner," from
the pen of that graceful sketch wri
ter, pharles Dowson Shanly ; "Old
New-England Traits ;" "Nature's
Forest Votuniet",'plcasantly! written
by, Elizabeth SMJi nd a very
amnsing article called "Press Od
dities, by Gath Brittle. Music, Art,
and Literature receive, each, care
fnl attention, :. The poems in this
number are, "Found Wanting," by
Mary E. Bradley; An Uncollected
Sonnet of Edgar A. Poo;". "On the
River," by Rohort Kolley Weeks
and 'A Good Dog,", by S. Long,
Subscription ' price $5, Including
Chromos "Villago Kullo" '" and
"Ciosslng the Mdore,J,.''Jarn6a ' Sut
ton If Go,, publishers, B8 Maiden
Lane, '" J eAw-lt
Vinton County Sabbath School
The' -! annual celebration of the
Sabbath Schools of Vinton county,
will be held in Arnold's Grove,
near McArthur, Friday, September
tho 19th, 1873. A programme of
the exercises, which will bo pre
sented on the occasion, will be pub
lished in due time. Tho Execu
tive Committee propose to award to
the township that shall send the
largest delegation to the celebra
tion, according to its population, a
prize banner that will make any
township receiving it, feel proud.
The banner awarded to the Locust
Grove school last year, will be re
turned and presented to the largest
individual school present on the
occasion. These banners are
themselves worth striving for, but
tho township and school that shall
win them for having excelled in the
sabbath school cause, will have
earned a noble distinction.
It is hoped that every township
and school in the county, will be
present, so as to participate in the
celebration. Good speakers will be
secured for the occasion, and. the
Executive Committee will make an
effort to secure the services of the
McArthur, Mt Pleasant and Zales
ki Brass Bands. Any further in
formation in regard to tho arrange
ments for the celebration can be
had by addressing tho Secretary.
By order of Executive Coin.
W. COULTRAP, Sec'y.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, JIcArthur, O.
Grand Excursion from Quincy to
For the benefit of health and
pleasure seekers, and all those
wishing to "Go West," the ''Old
Reliable". Hannibal t St Joseph
Short Line havo placed on sale
round trip tickets, from Quincy to
Denver and return, good for three
months from date of issue, nt
greatly reduced rates.
'This old and popular route runs
three thro' passenger trains daily,
equipped ' with Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars, and new and elegant
Day Coaches, supplied with all
modern improvements conducive to
safety, comfort and speed.' '
For any further infortnntion in
regard to rates, time, etc., please
apply to E. A. Parkeb,, Gcn'l Tick
et Agent;-H. ASt' 'Joseph -R. R.,
Hannibal, Mo. e(kwjuly23-3w.
To Kansas anil Colorado I Pin ing the
summer season of 1878, the Missouri Poolflo
Rnilrond will sell Excursion Tickets from St.
Louis to Penver and return, at very low rates
of fare, and a rare opportunity Is thereby of
fered, for lovers of nature to view the beau
ties of Colorado nnil enjoy tho delightful
st-eucry and hpnUh-limpirlni; cllmnto of the
rnrK oi mo uor.xy Jiiomimin..
Kaunas, with Its broad and fertile plains, is
direct) v on the route, together with all tho,
other Western StateB and Territories, Is reach,
cd bv the MinKourl Pacific Knilroad and Its
connections. The Texas connection of this
road Is now completed, and passengers are
offered a first-class, all-rail route from St
Louis to Texas, either over the Missouri,
Kansas A Texas R. It. via Sednlla, or over tho
At nnt n A l'ac llo It. K. rla Vinlta. For
maps, time tables, Information as to rates,
routes. Ao.. we icier our readers to J. P.
Thompson. Sou thorn Passenger Agent, Chat.
tnnooga, lenn.. or n. a. r nni, I. n r i rnanen
orer Asent. BLLouli. Mo. Questions will be
cheerfully aud promptly answored. 1-ly
For Loss of Affitite, Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, Depression of Spirits And General
Debility, in their various forms, Firro
Phorforatzd Elixir or Caluuya made by
Caswii.i IlAiARnft Co., New York, and sold
tiv all tirus-ir hits, is me nest ionic, as a stim
ulant tonic for nationts recoverini from fever
orother sickness, it has'no eimai. If taken
during tuo season it prevents lover ami ague
and other intermittent lovers. iv-iw
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms In
South-went Missouri. The Atlantic ft Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,100,000 acres of land
In Central and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to (13 per acre, on seven years' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, sol), timber, mineral wealth,
school!, churches, and law-abiding society In
vite emigrant from all points to this land of
frulti and flowers. For particulars address A.
Ti'CK, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo, 1-ly
For Ayer1! Medicines, go to O. W. Blsson's.
FiTTSRVRon, March, 187S.
Ws havo usod largo quantities of Iloymor
Bauman A Co.'i Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found it uniformly and finely
ground, very white and of excellent body,
Us purity we have never questioned, and we
choerflilly recommeud it.
THOMPSON ft MILLER,
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered
safe aud simple remedy for the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary anil seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlc'ous habit. Great numbers bave been
cured by this noble remedy. ' Prompted by
desire to benefit the afflicted aud unfortunate,
I will send the receipt for preparing and nslng
this medicine, in a tealod envelope, to any one
who need It, Trtt f Charq! Address . ..
JOSEPH T. INMAN, ,
Station D, Bible Houie, N. Y. City,
March 19, ltfTS-vl.nlU.
To tho SufferingThe Uev.Wm.H. Mor
ton, while residing In Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered In that land of medicines a remedy'
for 'Consumption. Scrofula, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, aud Nervous Weak
ness, Thli remedy ha cured myself after all
other meillolnea had failed.
Wishing to bensflt the suffering, I will soud
tho recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire It, Free of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your name
and add Mis on It Address,
76 Broadway. New York City.
March 19, 187S-v7,nlO, -
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sltaon't Drug
Tho Best Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qneemwaro, Glassware, Notions, Ac,
caa be had at Davis Duncan's Store, In Za-
loskl, at all time. ',.." .-,
Corn, oats, potatoes and produoe of evort
description taken in sxohango fi r goods, at
his store. In connection with bis (tore h has
Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
auj thing la, that lino on short notice aud at
low figures. Go and see hint. ' tf
For Pur Drug and Medicines, go to Sis-
. Five Hundred ThousntL-00,Oo6 bottles
of Greene' August Flower havo been 'sold in
this Stat la thro months. , W only ask yon
to to to th drug store of Gunulno-orHlsnon
MoAfthur, Ohio, and get abntlle'v 0 chant
or a regular slio at 75 cents, Kvery bottle
warranted to euro Dyspepsia or Liver oo m-
plslnt, ' Sick headaclis, i.txtlvsness, Iluart-
buru, Watorbrash, Sour Blouiach, Indlgustion
Impure llluod, and all diseas caused by Im
pure Blood, or dorangeil Stomach and Liver.
Try lb ; O. O. GUEEN, ProprUtor,
1 ' Columbus, Ohio.
Is the best blood purifier of
the ago, because It stimulates
to healthy action ; the organs
which nature lma amwinteilto
carry out nt the system the Impurities of the
Blood. Bitoho touches the Kiiliieys the
nnlnlion wttkos up the Liver ami stimulates
tjic Uou'uli lii regular neljon. TIicko oi-gmiii
lifting jointly, clttitr the nysteni anil carry
shvay the verms nt ilincaue. tint this remedy .
W. C. HAMILTON . CO., CINCIN
NATI, O. iw
UnDt1Mft M A CO Male or Female,
i week guuran-
UesM)cluhle employment at home, day
oreTeninKi uuouuitai required: lull mail
tious aim valuable package of goods i
hv mail. Address, with six cent rntur
H.Y.OUNU Co., 178 Uroonwlch St., N
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Breechlloadlnar shot iruns 140 to S300. Double
RliotGunR, t8to$16fl. SlnglegnnBto $20. Ri
fles 8 to 175. Revolver 16 to t'-'6. Pistols $1 to
IU Uun Material, Finliing Tackle. Large
discount to dealers or clubs. A rmv Guns. Ito
volvers, Ac, bought or traded tor. Goods
sent by express C, O. I), to be examined before
paid for. : 4v.
Fever and Ague Cured by
which combines H the. alkaloids of the Oin-
chona Hums, and is as cnuctiuti a remeiiy ns
me Buipnate or vtuiuine, wnue it is muon
cheaper and more palatable. Kt" Send
stamii inr uuscriniivn circular wiui ionnuia
for using the CINCHO-QUININE, and Tes
timonials train ruysiciuns an over me country.
Prepared by BILLINGS, CLAPP ft CO.,
ChenilsU, successors to Jas. It. Nichols A Co.,
Represented in New Y'ork by 8. H. Austin,
at John F. Henry's, No. 8 College Place.
Neglect a Couglit Nothing te more certain
to lay the touudation for future evil conse
are a sure cure for all diseases of the respira
tory organs, sore throat, Colds, Croup,
Diptlierfn,-Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarsuness.Dry
nuns of tho throat, Windpipe or Bronchial
Tubos, and all (licenses of the Lungs.
In all eases of sudden cold, however taken,
these Tablets should bo promptly and freely
lined. They equalize the circulation of the
blood, mitigate the severity of the attack, and
will, iu a very short time, restoro healthy ac
tion to the affected organs.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets are nut up only in
blue boxes. Take no substitutes. If they
can't be had at your druggist's, send at once
to the agent in Miw l or, wno win torwara
them by return mail.
Don't bt deceived by Imitations.
Sold by druggists. M-Price 5o. a box.
JOHN GTkKLI.04iG.1S l'lntt HL. N. Y.
Bend for Circular. Sole agent for United
"' rSRVKNTED BT DSINOl
BUOMOCH L0IJ ALUM,
" ' ' Odorless anl Non-Poisonous ''
Powerful DEODORIZER anil DISIH
ItM AntW tine ilnatrovs all bad odors and Dols
onous emanations about your premises, and
thereby prevents contagion and disease) con
tains no poison and has no odor of its own,
nil is always ssie. .
Mr. itaotiKiTT. a celebrated writer on cnoi
era ami Yellow Fever, maintains that a few
drops of Hkomo-Chlor alum in a tumbler of
water, arana oaiiy, win prove a sure protec
tion rrora tneseuisenses.
II 1 the best disinfectant for all HOUSE
I'renareii oniv ov
TILDE ft CO.,
Sold by all druggists,
Is thi most rowKRFtri. oi.lN8KR, strentrtU
ener and remover of Glandular Obstructions
known to Materia Median.
It i smuiallt ADAFTKD to constitutions
"worn down" and debilitated by the warm
weather or nprlug and Hummer, wnen wic
blood Is not in active circulation, consequent
ly gathering inipurl ties from si iiggisbness aud
jinpsrfuct action of the secretive organs, and
Is manifested by Tumors, Eruptions, Blotches,
Boils, Pustules, Horofulii, Ac.
WURMWRAHV ahdlanuvid from overwork,
tnddullnniw, drowsiuess and luertla take the
piano of enorav and vigor, the system needs
a Tonio to build It up and help the Vital
VVii-Mm to niriln IhAlr recti tifirstlv Dower.
Im las hkat or BuMMita, froououtly th
Liver and Hplecs do not proiterlv perform
tbslr fuuolions ( tho U tortus and Urinary Or
gans are inactive, priHlucing weakness of th
stomach and Intestine and ft prsdispositli
to bullous derangement.
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
is ntltrARKB nialfTLV from the SOUTH A
HEKICAN PLANT, and Is itecollarly "ultcd
to all tlicHfidinicultlel
it win oiesnso tne v i-
OlVlNU I'OW KIM,
then .Die LlrK-
STllUCTIONS frum IMl'AIItED AND EN
It should ri vaaitl.r VARIN. as Jurubeba
Is pronounced liy uiwllcal writers tne mmi ei,
fli imit IMIRU'lf lL TONIC and DKOUTMHU
KNT known In ilia wholo rsug oi tuoitlolnal
JOHN Q. K I.LIXIGO, IS Plait Bt,, Now York
Hold Ur Druggists, hole agent, lur to uni
Price II per bottle,
Bend for CI miliar
THE , EEMOVKL
county: seat of vinton county
1 ' " , Froih McArthur to Ilamden,
18 being agitated, but the excitement over this: is . not, half eo
great as the announcement that
otoixtl v"vvriiooa ,
entire stock of
is being offered
"Witliin a Fraction of Cost I
In order to run it off in the next sixty days, to' make room
for an IMMENSE STOCK, to be opened in September.
,...:: JOIIN W. WILCOX,
JOSEPH S. HUHISr, has re
moved his . ,
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK,
TBI OHXiT 8T07I KASI WITS
SLIDING OVEN DOORS.
' Patmtii F.n. 2 and Sept. 21, 1860.
House ZPurnishing,, Groods!
His stock of COOKING STOVES is not surpassed by any store outside of the cities. Those
wishing to set up house keeping, will llnd everything they need to furnish a kitchen. He
has greatly increased facilities for the manufacture of tinware, and will All orders from a
distance at WHOLESALE FIGURES. Dealers will Hud it to their advantage to purchase
ware of him.
Spouting knd Roofing done with neatness and
sale, and the best SEALING WAX in the market, lie sure to call on him before purchasing
elsewhere. Two doors East of the Post-office.
WONDERFUL I IIII
T. A. MELLOR,
I still at MRS. DOLAN'8 OLD, STAND,
t j and well selected
DKY AND FANCY GOODS,
, . TOGETHER WITH
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
The stock Is at present laTgo and bettor
., reiy upon unuiug me jatest
ID Irt. ESS
EVEBV; ,IiIAGINABLE STYLE
Cut in lh very latest ityles aad mado up of
., . - . uv.uu
Th cUaplay Includei every novelty In ihftde
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS I ASK THEIR PRICES 1
In nfferlnir this stock of Goods to the mibllo
necessities of the times make small prouu the
DO image. .1
tho worth of hi or her' money. Come aiid
variety, at tne
K-s- Country produce always taken In
june-ii-tr. . i
THE POPULAR MUSIC
158 West .Fourth Street,
W ,11 ) ftk y? Wi
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS,1 ! ; ' ! - '
Incomparable iu Workmanship, Matchless in Tone.
The Favorita Valley Gem
TLe only popular
' "' ' ,' t "'. well and tiioroughly made,
AND OTHER STANDARD PIANOS, ji
THE UNRIVALLED ESTEY ORGANS,
For Parlor, Church or Libraiy. I
AND ARE UNEQUALLED .FOB I)piRABXVW.li1:i
Of all fitylefl and pricea. Instrmenls taken in
v,H';,.;'.vT.vox5ll4ngi.fo new one. ' ' ', , ,. " ,,,
i3 Low Prices for, Cash., ; Easy rjayrnenta, or rente.d.ffoi.the
rent will pay for tneml-"' Bend for circulars. j c I '- .
J. S. IIUIICK iB our traveling Agent for -Vinton county. Ad
dress: McArthur. "' " ' -
.i ;i i . tun
; V !'! ;"! t'"' . ! 'i
To the Iodge Build
,; ing, , East of tho
' out his
STOCK OF HARDWARE
At Great Barcains, With
WIVTYTri I QprPTiTmY fll?
illAMil U A , illlAL II )S
dispatch. All kinds of FRUIT CANS for
J. 8. HUHK.
on Second Street, Zaleskl, O., with huge
stock of bran hew '.ii' 1 ,.'. rj -1 i
A CHOICE LOT OF
HATS, CAPS AND JSWE1Y
assorted than af an y previous time, ; "Byers can
anu newest tuin
, AT UNUSUALLY LOW, PRICES.
Me ii and Boys
good material, will bd sold at. A Tory imall
and style, which were carefully soleoted by
I moan BUSINESS and shall cob form to the
motto, aud try, to give every purchaser, whether
see and got good good (elected from a large
lowest prices going.
ex change for good and tho highes price al-
i a IMK.I.I.IIK
HOUSE OF THE WEST.
i CINCINNATI, OHIO.
. I . f . '
Piaao." ' " ' '
. D- XL; DAUDTrnr.'
Denver, Colorado. Railroad.
la In advance of all competitors. It is the
only line running through cars to tba Wast.
Omnibus transfer, ferrintfo, all ensures and
delavs avoided br rnnnlnv Til hi-fi trt-
CIAL DAILY Llfita of TllKOUtill
COCIIE8, At follows! ,
, . ror ail poinU la
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leave Cincinnati at :
r. at., Iudianapols at 8: 45 A. running
Ihrough Bloomlngton, Peoria, Galnsburg,
Uurliugton, Ottuinwa and Creston, arriving at
OMAHA at 10:00 A, af., NEXT 1AY, hums in
advance of any other route, making but ono
ehang a of cars to
SAN FEAUCISCO. ' ;
Get your tickets via Indianapolis and Peoria
For U point In
Kansas), Colorsxte) and tho Southwest,
The Tnrourh Coaeh leaves Cincinnati at S : 0C
r. v., Indianapolis at ts:w r. un mnniua
through Danville, Decatur, Jacksonville aud
Quincy, arriving In KANSAS CITY tl(;
F.M., NEXT BAY, hours In advance of
Louis lines, making but one change of carsf r
HUMBOLT, FT. BCOTT aud DEN VEK. ' -
Get your ticket via Indianapolis, Uanvllle
and Quincy. i i , i .,
Eock Island Davenport. .
The Throngh Coaca loaves Cincinnati at 8: 00
P. H.. IlKlianBIKjIls at 8: 00 P. v.ninniiiv
through Bloom iu rton, Peoria and tialra, a. -riving
at KOCK ISLAND at U : so A. u., ). ,
VENPOHT at 11: M a. m ., next day, making
butone change of cars for points in
. XOKTIIRK liUMOI and IOWA.
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peona
Pullman's Palace Drawicj-Eooni
' tad Sleeping Cars. ' '
Bun throngh from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to Burlington. , , 'i ,,,,,
TrstTolars to any Western point can now
take their satchels, bandboxes aud bundles.
vitc. m wiuiifrMuio iwi Run vu tv umci"
nation. On account of these through- and
convenient arrangeinents.elegant equipments
and quick time, tills route is now tkt mat
popular thoroughan MuMeu tht laut audi
C. W- lUItU, Gen'l Manager. V '
JNO. W. BROWN. Cih. Pa-. Tkt. lot..
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
On and after November 9, 1871 Trains will'
run as follows: . . . , , ,
uMagoeawio'' --o .-
: : : ! 1 i
S ,2 s 2 S3
. j ....
ii r.i 'I'v.lii ibi ii:? :; i : : I
3A: i I
js1 : i : i :; :.; i : ; . i : i.j
: : : ; : : i. .
- i 1 1 j r J"
! : : -I
CINCINNATI BXPHESS will ran dally. All
other trains dally, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI XXPUU8S. KAST.makMBO
tod between Uamden and Athens. . -l.t
Mall ' Aeoommodat'a
Uep. ilamden s:ip.m. :l&a.sa.
Arr. Jackson 4iH u IM i-. f
1 1 . " ;."iTf
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOV ELAND 1
For all points on the Little Miami Bailroad,
and at the Indianapolis Cincinnati Kail
road Junction for all points Went, t ii
' - W. W.PICABOO,'
. . Superinteudeat,
W. K. LANKESTKIt, f-.il - . ,viiiv. lit. i
Master ot Transiwrtatloa.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National Capitol
On and after Monday, Norember 19, Traiq
will run as follows: r ;,; ; ; , , , ,.it..i
W ashington June.
Daltlinore ... ....
1 m Am
8 45 M
1 1 Pin
4 45 "
1 W Pm
. .... Mnart. .
H 44 Pm
11 OS Pm
rillwaa false Prawlag Som BlMptif Oar,
'l,!k m mm .t.... , .. t . ,
and almost eiiual to a ars-snla, are ou sll
trains rrom Cincinnati to jiKltlinore asil
WSHhlngton. See Schedule of Clneiuuati aMtf
Morietta Kailroad for time of arrivlug aud At
parting from McArthur. i, ,. ,
The advantages of this rout over allotheti,
Is, that It glvM all travelers holilintr tbrongs
ticket the nriviliire at viiiiina- ll,ilu,.,....
PhlladelpliisI and the National CaplM (, . ' '
Time quicker awl ratosoffara Ionic than
by another rout. . . ;
Tho sminsry aloa'g, this Pallway is .pi.t
squalled for grandeur on this Coutiumit.
to sBtrrstFji r&xtciu jr. ' . ,
This lino, offer superior tariuceuit.t.t tb
rates being une-tliitcl lower lo ad (ruin lli.
ton, New York, or any ether tarn iiuinl
In enlering goods o mv .l.wrlpti,,., fni,,, Hie
nss give uiiwiioiis u snip ln ralllmor A
Ohio B. ai)d In MiliiMiMr Knsa glv aa, i..
reetlous. rndnliU .lilii..4 'ir tliis roiiw wul
nave uvspwn, snn n iiaii.iiu.1
aavo shiuuers niueh niounv. : '
I wUltrnftj 4
K. l' Il.rf '!',
.:,!: ,1. .Oe.jTrltfl.t Aw't. 1.
. 1 Goa. Ticket A r't, !'!.
tea. rats. Ag't.,tl3siMttl,
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