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McArthur Enquirer
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO,
OCTOBER 15. 1873,
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7 N. FRESHMAN.
I
Advertising1 Agent,
100 WliST FOURTH STIIEET,
aiisrciiTisr-A.Ti, mo-
Is an authorized Agont to reelovo advertise
ments for this paper. Hu hut special ar
ruugomonts with religions, agricultural mil
other newspapers.
N.
J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MoAUTnuR,omo.
Advertisers who may wish to roach the
" People of Vinton and adjoining count leu,
can And no better medium than the Mo
Artliur Enquirer.
Binding. Persona having mugnzluos or
books of any kind thoy wisn to liavo
bound, ran leave tlioin at tills ofllce ami in ilnu
time can reealvo them properly bound. We
have in :ute arrangements woiehy we can at
tcml to this branch ol' business at low prices.
Apples are scarce.
Going up real estate.
lXioiNO received full goods.
J'leasakt a warm stove.
Now is the. lime to marry.
Ml i
Going ahead the Railroad.
IIl'skixo corn now in order.
A lost art Domestic economy.
BO ---SJ"
Jack Frost made n "Lolling" appearance-
on Monday morning last
Good, strong, robust butter, can
be obtained now for forty cents per
i'oand.
As molasses draws llies, so do
the stoves in the groceries draw
loafer."?.
MSI IpH
Nkw mown hickory nuts are in
the market now, and arc selling at
low prices. .
m a.
Or. N.J Honors, Demist, .M' vrlliur. O
Quails ere abundant, and are
being captured within the town
limits.
Chestnuts are about "played
out,"' so far as gathering them is
concerned.
was) n s m a'".
Jon Printing executed at this
officii' equal to the best in the cit-
t-s, :uii at the same figures.
A. It. Lantz and William Shrv
!i:ivc opened an Oyster Saloon in
the second lloor of Davis' building.
m an
J. S. Uuhn returned from the
West Tuesday afternoon, of last
werk, much pleased with the rri
Wii'.xt sown in the ground is
coming up wheat in the niaikct is
coming down.
The way to avoid a panic every
man mind his own business and
avoid croaking.
House flies are taking their last
taste of poor humanity, and the
song of the mosquito grows faint.
mm -- ttm
The leaves of the forest are fast
succumbing to Jack Frost, and the
uielaiH'holly rustle denote the coin
in;!; of dreary winter.
. !---ami
Now is the time to have your
Job Printing done for the fall trade.
Cull at this olllcc and have it done
ucat and cheap.
J. ("!. Swltla.nd, living on Fast
M. tin Street, is internally and ex
ternally improving his dwelling
house.
--
Dr. N. J. Ho worn. Dentist. Mc.Ailhnr, ().
Mil. J. J. Suockev has removed
from the "Catlin House" to his old
Hotel stand, on Main Street, east
of Huns' s Hardware Store.
wiW1
Two individuals pugiiistieally
(liflposod, made an attempt to c're
n to- a pitch battle on Sunday last.
, in front of the Court House, but af
t''r a purry of words and a fi;w
li . -.inhea, came to the conclusion
to v-ilpon;; hostilities until some
fiituro time.
in'oe work hay commenced on
the Railroad, thcro has been a no
tr.bli! improvement in business and
building in McArthur. Tho saw,
hammer, and piano can now bo
l;i iird on almost every hand, and
tin' remodeling and improving of
iVrtideiicoB and business houses
yot'S bravely on.
The old corner building of Mos
ul's, Martin & Sox, has been reno
vated by a coat of will to paint, and
now presents a commendable up
pearanec. Other merchants should
nerve their buildings in the same
way. There is nothing like paint
to add neatness and attraction to
our homes and business.
We learn from M. R. Potter, of
Jackson Township, in this county,
rlio returned from tho South last
Suturday, that tho train on which
he ( nine, tho Express which passes
westward about 1 1 a. m., ran over
and Instantly killed u woman who
wns walking on the track, lu the
-l-ep tut, near Moonvillj, und, al
thowoh tiio whiatlo was sounded,
8h d,i4 HQtj Joavo tho track,
A Valuable Boor. It's a trifle
difficult to tell what is in a book
that has everything in it, and we
are just now laboring under that
difficulty. Tho book is The Cyc
lopedia of TniNOS Worth Know
ing; or, 25,000 Wants Supplied. It
seems to havo something about ev
ery trado or profession in it,whcth
er practical or artistic.
The Medical Department com
prising nearly three hundred and
fifty closely printed columns, is a
book in itself, embracing all the la
test improved treatments of every
disease known to man or woman,
and is doubtless more complete and
practically valuable than any Fam
ily Medical Book published.
The Assaying Department will
enablo any farmer possessing it to
determine tho value of any mineral
substance found on his farm.
The pocesses connected with the
Practical Arts take a good portion
of tho work, and these are care
fully selected so as to be of the
greatest possible utility in tho work
shop, and they are so fully explain
ed that tho inexperienced can gain
a good idea of operations which are
generally known only to the skilled
workman. Tho painter can find
hero all processes known to his art;
the worker in wood all tho methods
in that art. The iron worker will
not fail to find receipts which will
bo new and valuable to him. In
fact, it is impossible to mention
any trade or profession which would
not bo benefitted by the work. In
scientific processes it is also very
full, and give those who had no
knowledge of the subjects a good
insight into chemical and artistic
work. In receipts applicable to ev
ery clay life tho work is very full,
and no pains have been spared to
niako them comprehensive, and
clearly understood, telling what to
do and how to do it, to produce a
desired affect In fact, wo do not
know where we should 6top were
we to name even a tithe of the
really valuable things that are
found in this book. It is, indeed,
a Cyclopedia of Things Worth
Knowing, and it would be scarcely
an exaggeration to add, or, Every
Want-Supplied.
This book is published by the
Continental Publishing Company
of St. Louis, Mo. It is sold by sub
scription only, and presents an op
portunity for first-class agents to
make money, seldom offered.
The people interested in having
a good local paper should lend their
assistance in making it such. It is
not to ho supposed that items of
local news transpiring all over the
country can be chronicled in the
newspapers. unless some one takes
the trouble to write out an account
of them and send it to the publish
er. It is in this way, and in drop
ping into tho printing office, or
hailing tho editor on tho street and
giving him information of what
may be of importance to place be
fore the public, that a good local
paper' is supplied with correct local
news. Let our friends both in
town and country bear this in
mind, and keep us posted in regard
to local items of interest of which
they may become cognizant
FIRST IN THE FIELD!
New York and McArthur.
J. A. Felton Arrived from New
York.
Wo desire to say to tho people of
Vinton county, that J. A. Felton
has returned from tho New York
Dry Goods Market with a magnifl-
cant assortment of Goods of every
description 'every department in
the House being full of tho finest
stylos of Goods ever brought to this
county. The people are specially
invited to go and see his goods
whether they buy or not. Learn
his low prices. See how tasty Mr.
Felton has been in making his se
lections. Let the ladies go and sco
the choico Dress Goods.
No man in business should ever
write a business letter, or make out
a bill, without his card wrintod at
the head of tho paper, and tho name
ol tfio State, town and place of bus
iness being also printed thereon.
It not only shows that ho is a man
possessing business qualities, but
prevents numerous mistakes. Jt also
saves much timo in writine. and
costs but little moro than tho blank
paper.
DIED.
DiRD-At the residence of hnr fntlior, Hknrv
IUtnkr, In Eagle Township, Vinton coun
ty, on Monday morning. October 18, 18W. of
consumption, Mimxii D. Brink, wife of
Jonathan Brink, Jr., aged 28 years, 4
mouths, and 24 days.
Bho. had wont from hnr hnmi I.. r i .ti...
. H.,IU aM .uu.&i in,u ,
aocompanlod by her husband, only last Sntur-
Hjr uin-rnoon, to visit Her parents. In Eagle
TowiiKhlp, thinking the change might Im
prove hor hoalth. 8ho wan married on the
M of March, IHOOj Jolno.l the Chrlstnln Church
in May, lU She wn truly an eirectlonato
wife, a kind neighbor, and a devoted Chris
tlan. llut
"llorsoul lm taken lis flight,
To nttmsioiiM of glory uliovo,
To mingle with the angalsof light,
And. iwil) lu (lie kiuydom of love."
TAXES
1878.
T-AJSCES 0371 107Q.
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TN PURSUANCE OF THE LAW, I, NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer of Vinton County,
of Taxation for 1873, is correctly stated in the following Table, showing the number of
each of the Townships, Incorporated Villages and School Districts in said County :
TOWNSHIPS, INCORPORATED TOWNS,
AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
Eagle
Brown '.
Swan
Jackson
Elk zr.zz"!
McArthur Independent School District
Part Attached to McArthur Ind. School District ..
Vinton
Madison..."
Zaleski Independent School District
Clinton
Richland
Harrison
Wilkesville
Wilkesville Independent School District
Knox
The undersigned will attend at his office in McArthur, tvom the 1st day of October until the 20th day of December next, to receive Taxes; after which
all Taxes remaining unpaid, will be subject to a penalty of 5 per cent.
A person charged with Taxes may, at his option, pay the full amount of such Tuxes on or before the 20th day of December next; but is required by law to
pay one-half of the Tax on or before the 20th .day of December next, and the remaining half thereof on or before the 20th day of June, 1874. A failure to
pay one-halt the charges on Chattel Property on or before the 20th day of December next, renders the whole due, and subject to collection as in case
of Delinquent Tax. . J
The Road Supervisors of the several Townships will take notice that Receipts for Road Tax cannot be taken unless written with ink, the amount to be
stated in figures and also spelled out, and the name of the Township must be written on the receipt.
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NELSON RICHMOND,
Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
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Legal Notice.
TIMES FOR HOLDING COURTS
INTIIK
Seventh Jniial District of Ohio,
For the Year 1874.
ORDER.
PURSUANT to authority of law, It Is hereby
ordered Hint tho several terms of the Court
of Common I'lens and tho District Court with
in and for tho Seventh Judicial District for
the year 1S74 bo held at tho dates following,
to-wit:
District Court.
Washington, April 0;
JleiKK, April 13;
(iullia, April 111:
Lawrence, April SO;
Hi loto, April S3;
I'iko, April, 27;
l'erry, Au(fiitS4;
I'lili lleld, August 27;
Hocking, August 81;
Athens, Septembers;
Vinton. September f:
Jiickson, September II.
Court of Common l'leas.
Ft rt Siili-tlivinhn.
Perry .Iiinunrv ED; Mnv 4; September 28.
Hocking February lll.'Mnv 25; October 11).
Fnirlleld Miircli II; Junes; NovcmuorU.
Second Stib-tlii'iuhn.
Lawrcnco January 27; May 5; September
22,
Scioto Mnreh 2: Juno 1 : October 1!).
Jiickson February 23; Mnv 26; October 12.
Pike March 81; Juno 22; November 17.
Vinton Februnry ; May 5; September 14.
Third Sub-dhMon.
(inllin February 2; Atiril 27; September 14.
Mei;rH February S3; Mnv 14; October 5.
Washington March 2; May 21; October 19.
Athens March 2.3; June 11 ; November 18.
Ami it is lui tlierordercil thatduc record and
publication of the foregoing bo emtio accord
ing to law.
Witness our hands this 10th day of Septem
ber, A. 1). 1H73.
MlliAS II. WKIfJHT,
JOHN .1. HAHPKlt.
T. A. PLANTS, Judge).
till. I, I A II IV. II AMTI.MiS,
JCItASTL'M A. UUTHUIE,
Suite of Oliiu, Vinton County, it.
I. C. W. ItOT.T.AKII. I'lnrlr i.f (lin I'o.i.l- n
Common Pleas, within and for said county
nun nunc, noreuy ecrtiiy tno forgoing to no a
true copy of the original order now on lllo in
my ollico.
vi itnesh my nana and tno seal of
sitiil Court lit McArthur, this 23d
dny of September, A. I). 1873.
ISKAI.
Octobers, 1873-3W.
Clerk.
LEGAL NOTICE.
ml T 11 . - r I ...in.
Aiiuiiiita ivuu unit marry j.yrio ins wne.
whose place of iohIiIciico la unknown, will
tnke notlco thai on tho 21st (lay of July, 18"3,
John M. Sloan. Illeil his tielition in tlio Court
of Common Pleas, In anil for Vinton Countv,
Ohio, setting up a mortgage lien upon the
following lands, altnolo in Vinton County,
Ohio, to-wlt: The undivided (fc,) of the enst
half of the north west quarter, and the north
east quarter of tho north west ipiarter, and
mo uori.li west qunrtur.oi tno norm ease quar
ter of Section 81, Township II, RtingolO. Also
the south oast quarter of the north enst quar
ter of Section 8(1, Township 0, llango 111. A'so
the north west quarter of tho north west
quarter of Suction 81 and the south west quar
ter of the south west quarter of Suction 80,
Township II, Rango 18. except tho north west
quarter of the north east quarterof Section 81,
Township U, llnngo 18, and asking that snid
morigugo oo lorccinseii, Ram lanus soiu. ino
proceeds brouirbt into court, and amilied In
satisfaction of his c.lalni, ngiiiiist one Thomas
M. Lytic, for tho sum of $1,71)4 (13, and inter
est rrom January, SOth, 1878. Said Thomua M.
Lytle and wlfo aro parties ilol'euilnnt with
snid Martin II. llrand; said defendant Brand
is reiiuiieii to answer said petition on or Uo
foro the 15th day of November, A. D. 1873.
JOHN M. SLOAN,
lly J. M. MoOim.ivbay, Attorney.
Suptombur 24, 1878-Ow.
LEGAL NOTICE.
.inarm It Itat'nM tnlmae hln.n tm
' I ",'ini t nunc n iunmuiiv.u in
nnknown, will take notice, that J, (. Rons,
Lllznbet.il Hlirtliiv nn.l Willi... V 1l..tl,.
have lllod their petition In tho Court of Com
mon Pleas or Vinton countv, Ohio, setting up
an estate iu tlmfile In the following real
estate, situate In said Vinton county to-wit:
l'bo east-half of the uorth-west quarter
(K K N W K) of taction Numhor 84, Town
ship Number 10, Range Number IB, con
talnlng 80 acros moro or loss, And
paying for pnssessson of snid premises and
the sum of $ft0 mesno prollts. Said Joseph
Hovers Is required to answer said petition on
or bofore the 16th day of Novoinber, 1873.
J.O.ROHS,et.al.
"i v' V,'ATr""I'K Al. A1UUILLIVRAY,
niqiMjui uor i i, ltfia-uc Attorneys.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Milton D. MelCinnlss, whoso plaeo of rosl
donee Is unknown, will take notlco that .1. O.
iioss, r.iirancin iiitrtleyaml William N. Hart,
ley has lllod their petition In tho Court of Com.
moo rioaior vinten county, Ohio, sottlnir lit
an estato In feettmpU in Clio following real
esiuio, siuiain in sain vinton county, tu-wltl
Tho west-half of the north-east qunrtor
(W H N H X) of Section Numhor 84,
Township Number 10, Rango Number 111,
containing 80 acres morn or loss Anil
praying for possession of snid premises,
and the sum of INI mesne prollts. Said Milton
11. McKliiuIss Is required to answer snid peti
tion on or boforo tho 15th day of Novoinber,
f'hr ,. . ROHH.ct.al.
By if, ,8. ( LAVPooi a A J. M. Muuilmvrat,
Boptcuibor n, WU-Ow. AiWruvyi
New Advertisements.
Ask
your drugirlHt
for IT T) T O O
this
llemody. A box
d v. A box I IV Pj n n
in 1 11JL..-5 w 1 1 n c a s n
bottle, and b p 1,1 If n n Take
sold No Cure X JJ V i li no other
No Pay. AGUE
T f M T ft CUHK-Ask for Kreg Fe
1 1 IN I J verTonlo It Is the softest.
Don't Fohokttiir Wakkekt. if it fails to
euro you, Ukt youii Monky.
W. C. HAMILTON & CO.,
4t. Cincinnati, Ohio.
CORN HDSKER "iS hoiS:8
4w.
8. C. HILLS, M Cortlandt St., N. Y.
EMPLOYMENT FOn AM.I-One agent
in four weeks made n nrollt of $412 80, sell
ing llrynnt's Library of Poetry awl Sony; $70
IN One wkkk on The Aw Uouuekefper's Man.
nal, by Miss Needier and Mrs. fcitowo. Any
live man orwomau can have an agency. J. if.
FORI) & CO., Now York, lloston, Chicago or
San Francisco. iw.
MIIDflCD I No wo would only call nttcn
IVlUnUCn i tiou toourWKi.L auuek, with
wliich a man can earn $25 per day In good ter
ritory. It bores any diameter, and ordinary
wells at the rnto of lai It. per day. Fnnn,
Township and C'ounly rights for sale. Descrip
tive book i sent on receipt ol'D cents postage.
Address aihikr no., (it. I.ouis. Mo. E. II. v AN
DEW AN, Washington Court House, O., (ien'l
Agent for Ohio. 4w.
HnSVCIIOMANCY or SOUL C1IAKM
r INO." llow either sex mny 1'nscinate
and gain the love and nll'cctinns ol any per
son they choose instuntly. This simple men
tal acipiirement all can jiossess, free, by mail,
for25cts., togetlier wilu a marriage guide,
Kgyiitian Oiucle, Dreams, Hints to Ladies,
cdiliug-Night Kblrt, ,Ve. A uueer book.
Address T. WILLIAMS & CO., l'ubs.l'hll.4w.
KENTUCKY & GREAT EASTERN
RAILWAY COMPANY,
First Mortgage
7 per CCllt, Gold Bonds,
Coupons payable February and Auyimt in
(aid, it AVmj York or Jlattiiiiore. For sale at
IK) per cent ., rtini aeevred hiteret currency;
secured by Fimt Mart gay: executed toWrui
er'e Loan and. Trimt Co. of .Veto York, covering
Company's Lino, its Franchises, Equipments,
Kenl and Personal Estate, at tho late of $15,
000 per niilo on lllo ItneiT, extending from
Cincinnati to GatletMiurj, the terminus of the
Chesnpeako and Ohio itoad, 140 miles.
OovorniuontK. State, Citv, Railroad or any
other marketable socurflles taken In ex
chnugo, at highust market rates, without com
mhKion, and K. fc O. A'. U. Jionda forwnrdvd
freo of charge to vurelinscr. 'iw;)Ac,J()
nnd full information will be furnished on ap
plication to
WM. FISHER & SONS.
32 South St., Ilnltlmorc,
Hunkers, Stork and Noto Ilrokors, and Fiscal
Agents of the Company; dealers in Govern
ments and Railway securities in all tho mar
kets of the U. S. 4v.
Or to Hunks and Bankers throughout the
country.
REMARKABLE SUCCESS r,0
n 4 ilnvs. ami nuoiliec f ir.8 iuHdavs, selling
OCEAN'S STORY Thoiisuriis o f
Adventures upon, and tho Wonders beneath
the great Occauu. VV3 spirited engravings.
Price t'Xtreniely low; sells amazingly fast.
2.000 more live ugents winded for tills and thu
only COHl'I.KTK, I'Ol't'LAU and KAST-HKLI.INO
history of
LIVINGSTONE 28 y'rs in AFRICA,
(tho greatest success of tho season.) Also our
splendid now lilble, Just ready anil fur excel
ling all others. Pocket Companion und full
circulars true. Address HUUHAill) liltOU.,
Pub's., Cincinnati, O. 4t,
WASHINGTONanVSk.
Agents wanted lor tho only complete history
of ourNntloiialt'upltiil; Its Origin, Urowth,
llonutlos, Kxcelleuces, Abuses and Persona
ges all graphically portrayed by CKO. AL
FRED TOWNHENI). Bold, Startllnir.Truth.
till Insldu View of Washington Life. Con
gressional and Lobbying Jobbery fully de
tailed. Hooks ready. F'or epeoial terms ad
dross JAMES 1IETT8 CO., Hartford, Conn.,
or Chicago, 111.; S. M. BK'1'18 It CO , Cincin
nati, Ohio. 4w.
:10,000
IAGlltS
.Wanted
i raro Chanco.l
For Particulars Freo.
or six Samples for $1.
a
Month,
Miiiross
I'ittsburg, Supply Co.,
PITTHliUIui. PA.
WAunvi-uin.
A
GENTS WANTED.
Wo want an nirent. male or female. In evorv
township, to sell tlio only standard book of
mo Minn punusueii,
"OKLOPEBIA OP
THIES WORTH KNOWING!
On, 25,000 WANTS 8UPPL1KD."
The Largest, most Important and Valuable
ItuiHillT Uook ever pulillHlioil lu the
United Slates,
M'j bv 171; is (!or.oM. rriTiri
I.ITltU C0U 6ITHI VMTOIlt Khti
To oveiy rulisi'ci'ier, $100 IK) per year saved to
ni.v y one wlm bin ii., IJvor.i body wants It,
uc I v evoryi'iiily buy it us soon ns olluivd.
$10 p.'r , weok suie. l.Min 'IVrma. . Aeiit
mil i..l. It if t'.nu' ',) nut. udd''oss
' ClINTINI'-iTAI. PI MI.IHIUNd Co.,
013 .North Sixth St., 8t. Louis, Mo.
K-Om-W&e.
The oldost and most rcliablo institution for
obtaining a Mcrchantilo liduc.it Ion. For
circulars writo to
4w. P. DUFF & SONS, I'lttsbug, Pa.
For
Coiistis, Colds, Hoarseness,
AND
ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Use
WELL'S CARBOLIC PABLETS
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A TRIED AND
Sold by Druggists.
SURE
REMEDY.
4w.
A WATCH FREE, worth $20, .given
i. gratis to every live innn who will act ns
our agent. Business light and honorable. $.'100
niado in 5 days. Saleable as flour. Everybody
buys It, Ciin't do without It, Must have it.
No gilt enterprise, no humbug. KENNEDY
A CO., Pittsburg, Pa. 4w.
Agents Wanted. Send for Catalogue.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
NKW YoilK.
THE HURRICANE
PiTKST
L A N T E R
COMPANY,
N
Ollico, 14 Barclay St., N.Y'.
(Up Stairs.)
Offer to tlio public a lantern
combining safety andgeconomy
Willi elegance and usefulness.
It cannot explode; It gives a
gooil light, and consumes less
oil than anv other; It Is not dis
turbed by tlio highest wind, and
if u glass is broken, it is easily
replaced b v nicunsof the screw.
Tbcv cniiilov no aaentH excent
their traveling clerks, but their goods can bo
had from tho dealers throughout tho conn-
try
4t,
WATEES' C0NCEET0 PAELOR OEGAN8
,ji. are (lie taout beuutit'ul
VTrffl In Blvln fin.f n,Mint
4, in tone ever nial.
no lUlH tlli O
SlOP ii the bent
' ever placed in any
vy uu extra etit
of reeds, pocuN
any voiceu,
A KI'FI'X'T of
''r it MOS'f
CHAR III IN.
AN1I NO II I,
HTIII K1NU,
while I IS 11111.
TATIO.Y of the
ISKi!!
lUi
.Human volro
MH NIIIM'Ult.
'VyiWHlj,'1. i
f Jtrmi itticrul.
A GREATmM?
Broftdwav, N.Y., will dupoieiSOOPlANOM
andOiUiAtiSnf firkt-cltum niakn,,n
elwUng tVATi:i(S, at vxtrcinelr loir
price for rnxli, or part ecuh, ana balance
ttisnuill inondily invmnilt, New7Oc
tnvo f imt-rlnae PIANOS, all modern
improvemeutN, for lt75uh.trnant, H
Oriavo, 70. I)OilIBLF..li:i:i) (
fiANS,4 Mtope, 10 S Mtop. li3.
Illiistrntrd Cnlnlouucs znnlleil. A large
iimunttoWniilcrt, Churehet.Suwtathehoolt, Thit.
Urancs Societies, etc. AGENTS WANTED
THE ONLY KNOWN MEDICINE
Til AT AT THE SiME TIME
Purge, Furfjlee, and Strengthen! the Syetem,
Dr. Tint's Pills aro composed of many In
gredients, Prominent among them aro Sarsa
parilla and nnd Wild Cherry, so united as to
act together; the one, through Its admixture
with other substances, purifying and ping
ing! while tho other is strengthening the sys
tem. Thus these pills aro at tho sniuo time a
tonic nnd a cathartic, a desideratum lung
sought for by medical men, but never boforo
discovered, lu other words, they do the work
of two moilleino and do It much bettoi than
ny two wo know of, for they remove nothing
from tho system but Impurities, so that while
they purge they also strengthen ami hence
they rauso no debility and aro followed by no
ru-acllon.
DH.TirrrV "ir.LHhnvon wondorful Influ
ence on the blood. They not only purify with
out woakemng It, but they remove all nox
ious particles from the chvlo bofore It Is ron
verted Into fluid, nnd thus makes iinpuro
blood nn utter Impossibility. Asthern is no
debilitation, so there is no tuiusen or sickness
nlleiullng the oppnratlnii of this most excel
lent inodli Ine, w hich never strains or toi turns
the digestive organs, but causes Ihoin to work
In a pci foi tly manner ; huueo persons taking
thoni do not liciomo pale inul eiii'iolaled, but
on the contrary, while nil Impurities ne be.
big remove-, ' i combined aellnu itftho Bar-
' saparelln, aun i, ,nl (berry purl lies and Invlg
i ovules Ibn body.and a robust flute of health Is
inn result oi ineir united action.
Price toot, a box. Sold bv all DruimlsU
Depot 40 Cortlandt St., New Xork. 4t.
FALL 18731 1873!!
Hosiery, Staple Notions, Buck
Goods, Small "Wares,
New Stock, Low
Prices,
LIBERAL TERMS.
S. C. Swift,
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.
Special Notices.
BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI (-Thousands
havo already gone, and thousands moro
aro turning their eyes towards now homos in
tho fortilo West. To those going to Missouri,
Kansas, Nebrnsko, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming
Novada, Oregon or California, we rocommont'
a cheap, safe, quick and direct roulo, via St.
Louis, ovor tho Pacillo Ruilrond, which runs
Its lino Way Couches and Pullman 81cepors
from St. Louis to principal points In tho West,
without change. Wo bcliovo that the Mis
souri Pacific Railroad has the best track and
the finest ami saftost eqiupinent of any lino
west of tho Mississippi, and Its connections
with roads further West aro prompt and re
liable. The Texas connection of this road is
now completed, nnd passengers aro offered a
n first class all -rail routo from St. Louis to
Toxas, cither over tlio Missouri, Kansas &
Texas R. R., via Scdnlla, or over tho Atlan
tic & Pacific R. R., via Vlnltn. For maps,
timo tables, Information as to rates, routes,
&c, wo refer our readers to 8. II. Thompson,
Eastern Passenger Agout, Columbus, Ohio, or
V.. A. Ford, G'n'r'l Passenger Agont. St. Lou
1b, Mo. Questions will bo cheerfully and
promptly unsworcd. n25-ly
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms in
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantio A PnclUo
Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acres of land
in Contra) and South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $13 per acre, on seven years' timo, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, 111, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society In
vite c.nlgrnuts from all points to this land of
fruits and flowors. For particulars address A.
Took, Land Commissioner. SU Louis, Mo. 1-ly
Tint Purest and Sweetest Cod-Livkr oil
Is Hazard 3b Caswell's, niado on the sea shore,
from fresh, scloctod livers, by Caswbi,l,IIaz.
abd A Co., Now York. It is absolutely pun
and iteeet. Patients who novor onco taken it
prefer it to all others, Physicians havo deci
ded it auporlor to any of the other oils in the
market. ' 4t.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A gentleman
who suffered for yoarsfrom Norvotii Debility,
Premature Docay, and nil the cOocts of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for tho sake of suffering
humanity, sond free to all who nood it, the re
cipe nnd direction far making tho simple
remedy by which he was cured. Bulrcrers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's expe
rience can do so by addressing, hi perfect con
fldoiHM), JOHN B. OUD1CN,
30-8in o. No. 43 Cedar St., N. Y.
For Ayor's Medicines, go to O. W. Slsson's,
Five Hundred Thousand. oOO.OOJ bottles
oi ureeno s August i lower nave boon sold lu
this State in throe months. Wu only ask you
to go to the drug utorosof dunning orBisson
M o Arthur, f )li lo, and get n bottlurirse . eharQt
or a regular tizo at ',5 n-uld, Kvury ji.,iyc
wurmuwi i nn, lfvlM'hin Of I.lV'.-r coin-
plulnt, Slcl; hcada li.1, t'u.tlvonrsj, Hoart-
bum, VI ntnrbrnsh, Soui Sioinac'a, Indigestion
linpuiti Blood, and nil dheuM caused by Im
pure nino.l, or ilorauifod Sknnach and Llvor,
Try It, O. U. G UKBN, Proprieter,
fi'liim ho s.J'vlj.taw
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing iu
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
sofo and simple remedy for tho euro of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disenso of tho
urinary and seminal organs, nnd the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers havo been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit tho nlllictcd and unfortunate,
I will send the receipt for preparing and using
this medicine, in n sealed cnvelopo, to any one
who needs It, Free of Charge ! Address
For Puro Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis-
son's.
PITTSBURGH, March, 1872.
Wo hnvo used largo quantities of Boymor
Bauman & Co.'s Strictly Puro White Lend,
and hnvo always found It uniformly and finely
ground, very white nnd of excellent body.
Its purity we have never qnestiouod, and wo
cheerfully recommend It.
PITTSBURGH, March, 1872. THOMPSON & MILLER.
Master Painters.
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station D, Bible lIouse,N. Y. City.
Marcli 111, 1BT8 vl.nlO.
To the SufTorliig.-Tlio Rev. Wm. II. Nor
ton, wb.Ho residing in Brazil ns a Missionary,
dlscovored In that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Norvous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself aftor all
other medicines had failed .
Wishing to benofltthe suffering, 1 will som
tho recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desiro It, Freo of Charge
1'leaso send an cnvelopo, with your iiamo
nnd address on it. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
078 llroadway. Now York City.
March 10, 1878-v7,nl0.
For Flue Perfumery, go to Station's Drug
Storo.
The Host Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quoonswaro, Glassware, Notions, &c,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Storo, In Za
leski, at all ti nios.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken In exchange for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store ho ha
aSnddlo and Harness Shop, nnd will repair
anything in that lino on short notlco and at
low 11 giut't. Go and seo hi 111 tf
''jpiIE WEEKLY SUN.
Only $1 Per Year. 8
The Best Family Paper. The Weekly
N. I . Sun. 6 pagiu. $1 u year. Sund your
doliur.
Th Beit
Wookly N. Y.
your dollar,
Agricultural Paper. Tho
Sun. 8 uagos. $1 a year. Send
Tho Beet Political Fapsr. The Week
ly N. V, Sun. Independent and Faithful.
Against Public Plunder. 8 pages. $1 a year,
Send your dollar.
Th llst Newspaper. The Weekly N.
Y.Suu. S pages. $l a year. Sond you dol
lar. Has all tint News.-Tho Weekly N. Y.
Run. 8 pa,gor. $1 a year. Send your dollar.
Tha litist Btory Paper Tho Weekly N.
Y.Suu, B pages. $1 a year. Bond your dollar.
Thsi host Fashion Reports In tho Wcoklv N.
Y. Sun, H pages. $1 year. Sund your dollar.
TK- T.lnvbAt. Ulliwltl lit till, WomVW V.
Y. Htiu. 8 pnges. $t a year. Send your dollar.
Tl'.obestCattlo Market In tho Weekly N.
Y, Sun. 8 pages. $1 n year. Sum I your dollar.
T'lie best Paper in oveiy riMpei t 1ho
Weekly N. Y. Sun. Bpagos. $1 a year. Send
yo'ir dollar. Anuii's.
Railroad.
rpilE i
1 fEXttlttriee f . .. I ;
la in advance of all com not i tors. It 1o the
only lino running through car to the West.
Omnibus trausfer, ferriage, all changes and
dolaya avoided by running THREE SPE
CIAL DAILY LINES ot THROUGH
COCHE9, As follows:
For all points In j
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8:40
P. X., Indianapolis at 8: 46 a.m., runniag
through Bloomlngton, Peoria, ualesburg,
Burlington, Ottumwa and Creston, arriving at
OMAHA at 10:00 A. M.. NEXT DAY, hours lm
mlvance ot any other route, making but oar
chaugo of cars to
SAN FBAffCISCO.
Get your tickets via Indianapolis and Peoria
-0
For all points In
Kansas, Colorado and the Southwest,
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati ata:
P. M., Indianapolis at 8: 00 p. u., rnnnini
through Danville, Decatur, Jacksonville ai
Quincy. arriving in KANSAS CITY at 9: M
P.M., NEXT DAY, hout in advanoeof St,
Louis lines, mskingbutone change or car t
HUM BOLT, FT. SCOTT and DENVER.
Got your tickets via Indianapolis, Danville
and Quincy.
ti
FOB
Bock Isfand and Davenport.
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati lit 46
P. M., Indianapolis at 8: 00 p. H. running
through Bloomington, Peoria and Galva, ar
riving at ROCK ISLAND at 10: 80 A. M., DA.
V EN PORT at 11: On a.m., next day, making
but one change of cars for points in
NORTHERN ILLINOIS and IOWA.
Get your ticket via Indianapolis nnd Peoria.
J
Pullman's Palace Crawing-Soom
and Sleeping Cars.
Run through from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to Rock Island.
Travelers to any Western point can now
hike their satchels, bandboxes and bundles,
select a comfortable seat and keep it to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient arrangements,elegant equipments
and quick timo, this route is now the great
popular thoroughare between tin Suet and
Heat.
C.W.SMITH, Gen'l Manager.
Urbana, 111.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen. Pitte. Tkt. Agt.,
Indianapolis, Ind.
5..
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad
TIME TABLE.
On and after November S, 1878 Trains will
run as follows :
a
I?!
e i
IS.!
6sa
i : : : : : S
rfB : : : : : : ::::::.: : : : :
ii . : : : i : i : : : : :
3S
ii is
L'd.
CSO,
sS
SMMS
SB :
'.
i A '
el
2SJ?22?.? 522?
oiaiHHHwo o x ao a.
Miles
a,
oi
c
ts
to
o
w
a
5 SSm f a'Zit
5-c
o .M J a 0-3
mmii lis
v C 6
d
01
a
5
a
Miles I
' a
:3 :i
: : : :a :
a B ;
2ft :
" H H Jl W CJ T m O sO (C to P W (P E0CO
ti
a .
lid
iijjiii
i i ; . : : : ;
8l??25SSSj
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally. All
other trains dully, except Suudav.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS. EAST, makes no
stod between Iiamdon and Athens.
Portsmouth Branch.
Mail Acrommodat'u
Dep. Hamden 8:45 p. m. 8:18 a. in.
Ait. Jackson 4:24 " 1:21
" Portsmouth 8:4H " 11:20
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND
Kor all points on the Little Miami Railroad,
and at tho Indianapolis t, Cincinnati Rail,
roud Junction lor all points Went.
W. W.PKAnODY, '
Superintendent.
W.K. LANKESTKIt,
Mastorot Tiaiisiiortation,
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National Capitol
and Eastward.
On and after Monday, November 10, Trains
will run as follows:
KASTWAIID.
Otn'natl
Erpreee
Fait
Lin
Mail
Smpret
Depart
Parkorsburg
Cuinberlnnd.
llftroers Forrv...
865 Am
85 I'm
(1011
88 "
8 55
8 40Pm
88 Am
851
888
sin -
looo
1 o I'm
410 "
844 Am
1 12 Pit
4 45
809
825 "
1824 Pn
Washington June.
Arrivo
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia ....
New York
WESTWARD,
Depart
New York
Philadelphia
Washington
Bullimore
Arrivo
10 00 "
185 Am
815 "
l0Pm
8 80 Am
0 90 Pm
4 00 Aro
BOO I'm
iWAia
20 "
1204 M
845Am
1100
12 54 Am
8 45 I'm
800 "
820 '
11 45 Pm
8 00 "
409 Am
4 25
8 5B
Washington Juno,
Harper's terry,.
Cumberland
Purkersburg
1200 Pin
too "
1082 u
IIS 11
Pullmin Palaos Drawinf Boom Slssplng Can,
Which are ns conifortahlc. elegantly furnished
and almost eiiuai to a iire-sldn, are on all
trims tmm i.incninutl to Bnltlmorn and
Wellington. See SchAilule of Cincinnati aaif
Marietta Railroad for timeof arriving and d
pat ing from McArthur.
i oc nuYniivrHvn ' ."is mine over an outer
Is. that It gives all travelers hnldlnr tlim,,.i
tickets tlio privilege of visiting Baltimore
Philadelphia, ami tin National Capitol tir-e,.
Timo auickerand ratesollura 1 owi,r
by another route. ,
Tho scenery atong this Railway Is not
equalled for grandeur on this Coutluunt
to snippxsa or rnsiaur.
This Una offers superior Inducement-His
rates being nne-tblrd lownr lo and from lli.s.,
Inn, Now York, or any other eastern point.
East glvn directions lo ship llaRliuoie K
Ohio li. IC.,Bnd In shlnidiiK East give same ill
reotlons. Fieliihl shlnped bv tills rolile will
hnvo ileFpatch, and be bandied with care j'
stive shippers much money. . . ...
N. (ll'ir.KORI),
(Ion. Freight Ag't llnllbnoiy
I,. M. Clil.l'
Ueu. Ticket A g'L llsllliiiuro
h, n. joyr"

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