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DAN. WILL v T BROTHERS
ALWAYS AHEAD
When a Panic Comes
Gkods Bought1
m the Eastern Market, by
their experienced 33uy"
j ; ; 1 er, and will
be
Ten Per Cent., Cheaper fban
They are Determined to Close oat their Entire Stock, Preparatory to In
. v , , Toiclaj January lat, 1874.
THEY HAVE AT
-FOU
ssv.siiiiii. i s u
Cashmeres, French and English Merinos,
Repellants, all Colors,
Gustoiu-Madc Boots and 'Shoes,
A SPECIALITY IN LOW TRICES !
- AL80
Caxpets,
OilCloths,
Blankets,
Valises,
Trunks,
Ladies'
fJSyTliey are prepared, and guanantee to give satisfaction, to make
more men, women and children happy than any other House, because
they make them more comfortable for less money.- n43.
THE CUBAN QUESTION !
War Has Been Declared ! The First Great Battle !
Awful Slaughter ! Brilliant Victory I
While the country is being agitated with any number of sensational
reports of the "Virginius matter," and the excitement among
the people is intense, yet it is not half so great as
that caused by the fearful
lilliler hi fits
of all descriptions, at the enterprising bouse of
T. A. MARTIN & SON.
RcalixiBg that "Times are Hard," "Money Scarce," and the people
. want all they can get for their money, .
We are DETERMINED to "MEET THE MAHEET,"
and have therefore
MADE IMMENSE REDUCTIONS!
In every department. We arc now offering our entire stock of Goods,
which' is FULL1 AND FRESH THROUGHOUT, AT TEN. PER CENT.
01 ORIGINAL COST ! This will give the most ASTONISHING BAR-'
011X8 ever offered in this place ! It must be understood that these
inducements are offered Only to Cash or prompt-paying ihort-time
njn. gfF" COUNTRY PRODUCE, of every description, taken in
exchange for Goods.
It will pay buyers of DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES,
I0TJ0IS, FANCY GOODS, AND GROCERIES, to inspect our stock
and prices. Come and seo for yourselves. You will find us still at
"me Old Corner Store," one door lost of Court House, McMur, Ohio.
Nor. 26, 1873.-n46
WITH-
Low for Cash,
sold
any House id Vinton County.
PANIC RICE
CASH -
i-iiiiiii. u i ai an
-
Shawls, &c., &c
of
HcArthub Enquirer
I. W. BOVEIT, Editor-and Publisher.
AfjAlTIICft, OHIO, - NOVEMBER BUSTS
C0NQEE8S meets next Monday.
Texas elects a Governor
and
. Legislature, December 2nd.
1 l' J
Pinkstlvania votes on the pro
posed constitution, December ICth.
, It i said sixteen of the Virgin
ti,victim were British subjects.
,rJ . .. sss
Active naval preparations con
timie at tho Brooklyn and other na
ry yards.
jgga
Official Vote—Allen's Majority.
The official footings of the vote
for Governor, are as follows:
William AJIen, (Pern)...
Mrt F. Noyes,(ltp).
S14.BM
1118,108
10,0-40
W. 1. Stewart, (rro) ,
lsaas C.Collins, (People)
Urn'! majority over Noyes, 817.
9,m
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
Barnabas Burn. D "M1
Ipbonso Hart, K. ...... ,
But over Burns .'. j. . .......'., ?.
TREASURER OF STATE.
George Vf elmer, D
Isaac Welsh, K
819,350
813,tMT
Welsh over Welmcr
1TJ
COMPTROLLER OF TREASURY.
' lam! K. Newcomer, D....
VritllamT. Wilson, B
Wilson crer Newcomer
18.108
814,844
1,181
ATTORNEY GENERAL.
M. A. Paughorty, D .'.
Lltae.fi
little over Dangherty
818,408
814,0011
000
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Christopher flohnnck, D , , . . .". ,
1-kUlp V. Ilenlng, it I,,..'.,.,..
, 818,004
1.754
'' Henlnf ever Schunek . . . i
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT-LONG TERM.
Cwry 0. Wkltman, D 818,0711
tuiisawuiw, u u,3ie
. White over Whitman 648
JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT-SHOT TERM.
frlM TI . Boribner, P 81S,S71
V alter r. Stone, it 814,870
, ntM.tA.ror H'-rnmrr.,..,.,,, 700
Additional Locals.
The' advertisements in this week's
paper have crowded out almost ev
erything else. .
The sermon, on . Thanksgiving
Day, (to-morrow) will be preached
by Rev. JonNsoN.'at 104 o'clock in
the morning not 2 o'clock p.m.,
as we stated last week.
Announcement.
Justice of Peace.
MilBowek:
Please annouce the name of Hen
rt Patne as an independent candi
date' for Justice of Peace, and
MANY VOTERS.
Dr. N. 1. Bowere , Dontiit, McArthur, O
The large and fine lamp which
Is placed in front of the McArthur
House, on these dark and disagree
able nights, is very convenient for
persons who have to navigate the
streets before midnight II. Redd
ic Son, deserve a vote of thanks for
their enterprise. , $ ' ., '.
It the editor of the Gallipolis
Ledger will remit us 60 eta. we will
Bend blm pre-paid a more correct
likeness of himself than the one lie
is each week putting under the
noses of his readers. "Come down"
with the half dollar, Georqh.
At the last examination of teach
ers the , following named persons
received certificates as follows:
For twelve months : Sam'l Bay.
A.! W. Lyons, Dora -Snyder,' Callio
Koach; Joseph Miller, 'Wm. Tim
berman and Sallie E. Harden.
For slxmonebs: Wm. Coo, J.I
Gray and Margaret Geer.
L. O. PERDUE,
L. O. PERDUE, Cl'k B'd Ex's.
Court of Common Pleas. This
Court convened on Monday, Nov,
10th, in pursuance to an adjourn
ment made on the 17th of Septem
ber, 1873.
W. K. Hastings, Judge.
G. W. Holland, Clerk.
C. W. Holland, Deputy Clerk.
George Kaleb, Sheriff,
S. B. Winters, Deputy Sheriff.
The following persons composed
the Grand Jury: Moses Martindill,
Patrick Brady. Levi Wyman, M,
Reasoner, John Salts, Alexander
McClannahan, F. Loftis, John F.
Nichols, Samuel Baglcy, Stephen
Darby, Job Cozard, Anthony Cas-
sill, Charles Mulholland, Joseph
Both well, Amos Hartley.
,' The following persons composed
the Petit Jury: D. B. Dye, Pharis
Winters, J. , S. Teterich, Adam
Clark, N. Simonton, Samuel Bay,
John Johnson, Abraham Morris,
L S. Paine, B. L. Bell, Eli Gill,
Hesekiah Campbell
Among tho cases disused of were
the following r:
John Mitchell vs. William D. Mc
Lean. -Civil Action. . Defendant
moved to strike tho petition from
the files. The plaintiff asked leave
to amend tho petition by inserting
the word "petition" after the style
of the cause. Leavo was granted
and tho amendment mado accord
ingly. The motion of defendant to
strike from tho flics was overruled.
Defendant excepted to the ruling.
Moses B. Tracewell vs. E. D.
Dodge. Settled and dismissed at
plaintiff's costs.
Julia A. Bobo vs. Hiram Ramey.
Judgement for plaintiff for $244.50.
Susan Baker vs. Soloman Shipley.
Suit for damages under the Boescl
liquor law. The case was settled
at plaintiff's costs, defendant agree
ing to pay plaintiff $50 and plaintiff
to pay all costs, amounting to more
than $200.
On Thursday, Nov. 14, the labors
of tho Grand Jury were closed and
the Jury was discharged by the
Court, ten indictments having been
fouud against various persons. The
County Jail was examined by tho
Grand Jury, and the report on the
examination was as follows :
To the Court of Common Pleas,
within and for the County of
Vinton, Ohio.
We, the Grand Jurors at the
September Term of said connty,
having visited the Jail of said coun
ty, and examined the same, as to
its condition, and as to the dicipline
observed, do find and report that,
under the circumstances, the condi
tion of the jail is not as good as it
ought to be; the ventillatlon not
being sufficient; but we do further
find tbat the discipline is good and
that the rules have been observed
and that the condition of 6aid jail
is as good as it can well be made
without some material alteration of
said building, as to veutillation, etc.
STEPHEN DARBY, Foreman.
Nov. 13th, A. D. 1873.
State vs. John Smith. Grand
iarcny. Verdict of Jury "Not
Guilty."
State vs. Thomas Plummer.
Burglary and larceny. Nollie
prosequi entered.
State vs. Margaret Birchfield.
Recovery of stolen property. Nollie
prosequi entered.
Ann E. Lantz vs. Levi D. Hun
ter. Attachment' case. Motion of
defendant to quash writ of attach
ment sustained. Council for plain
tiff excepts to the ruling of the
Court on the motion.
State vs. J. II. Boley. Nollie
prosequi entered.
State vs. John and Hugh Hen-
drix. Burglary and larceny. '2fol-
ie proseqvi entered.
State vs. Jackson Sprouse. Burg-
ary and larceny. Nollie prosequi
entered.'
State vs. J. B. Drake. Assault
and battery. Fine of $10 and costs
assessed.
W. II. G. Aduey vs. Milton Kent.
In this case the defendant moved
that the plaintiff be compelled to
give seourity for costs within twen
ty days. Motion sustained.
State vs. Miles Gilpin and Rufus
Gilpin. Stealing horses belonging
to J. W. Wilkinson. They plead
guilty to the charge, and the Court
meted out justice to them by a sen
tence of four years each at hard la
bor in the Penitentiary; and that
they pay the costs of the prosecu
tion; neither of whom are worth a
cent. They ought to be made to
pay Mr. Wilkinson the $150 he ex
pended in looking after the four
years of their fnture;welfare and
nis horses. ', , j ; ... t
State vs. John Cottrill'. Petit lar
ceny Nollie entered.
"State vs. John Andrews. Assault
and battery. Nollie entered.
S. V. Dodjre vs. M. fc C. R. R,
Co. Continued.
David Keeton vs. M. & C. R. R,
Co. Continued.
Caroline Johnson vs. D. II. Sain
et aL Dismissed at costs of plain
tiff. . ,,.
State vs. John Montgomery. As
sault! with intent to kllL Nollie
9 i
entered.
State vs. Barney and Solomon
Ankrom. Horse stealing. Nottie
entered.
Samuel Camp vs. Elizabeth
Camp. Suit for divoroo on. tho
ground of wilful absence of more
than three years divorce granted,
and the plaintiff, Samuel Camp, or
dered to pay defendant for her rea
sonable alimony in the sura of $275
Matilda S. Hill vs. Pearley Dun
klo. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs,
State vs. Adam Snyder. Assault
Verdict of Jury "Not Guilty."
State vs. A. J. Boyer, of Vinton
Township. Indicted for an attempt
to commit rape. Found guilty. Mo
tion filed for second trial,
A. D. Reed vs. M. & C. R. R. Co.
Suit brought for damages for killing
stock. Plaintiff asked leave to file
an amended petition, which was
granted; defendant excepted ; cause
continued.
On Friday afternoon, November
20th, Court adjourned until Mon
day Nov. 24th.
Dr. N. J. Bowere, DontUt. Mo Arthur, O
When the plaintiff and defendant
in a knotty law suit attgjijbjn
selves together upon . "
"the cold, cold ground"
at the sido of the great ''Scat
of Justice," regardless of the in
clement state of the weather, and
talk about their very numerous and
expensive "troubles, and trials, and
sorrows, and mistakes," for one
hour, and one party gets down on
his knees before, the other party,
and "pleads the case," with uplifted
hands, it looks as though the law
yers, who gather from time to timo
around the bar within tbat "Seat of
Justice," are about to be "cut off"
from a part of tho property belong
ing to that plaintiff and that de
fendant, and that several hundreds
of dollars of costs are to bo saved
and handed down to the children
of the plaintiff and defendant afore
said.
Dr. N. J. Bowere, Dentist, McAl tuur, O
Speer's Wines.
The Port Grapo especially de
serves mention for its superior med
ical qualities. ' Mr. SrEEit, of New
Jersey, it should ba known, is one
of the most extensive producers
and dealers in Pure Wines and
Brandies in the United States. Ho
has placed before the American
public a superior quality of wine.
It is bottled when four -. years old,
and sold principally by Druggists.
Mechanicsburg, Cham p a i g n
county, has now 1,200 inhabitants,
two banking houses, a large new
hotel, and is growing rapidly.
DIED.
SWETLAND At Ilia residence in McArthur,
on Tiiosduy niht, Novemler 18th, at
SO minutes past 8 o'clock, of intaruiilln.lurioi',
JoelG. Swotluud, Sr., aged 6S years, 1 mouth
and 8 days.
Tho doccumd was born In Franklin county,
Vermont, and cuino to Ohio in 1844. Ho had
resided in Vinton county ever since the or
ganization of the county, in 1850, and wm one
of the petitioners tor the new county. He had
resided in McArthur siucolS54, and previous
to that time was a resident of Mt. Pleasant, in
Vinton and Hocking counties.
CARSON. At tho residence of nor brother,
Rov. IrwinCarson, In McArtlmr.on iiiostiuy
morning, November 18th, 1878, at t
o'clock, of consumption, Miss Kllia i nrson,
aged about 00 years. .
DILLON. At his lesldonco, one inilo west of
MoArthur.ou Tuesday evening, movemner
lBth, 1813, of fevor, John L. Dfllou, aged 63
years.
The deceased hod realdcd in this county
about thirty-two years, and was well-known
as an honost and good citizen. Ho leaves a
wifo, six daughters and one son.
MUTSC IILER. In McArthur. on Friday af
ternoon, November 7tb, 1878, at a o'clock:,
of Dropsy. Charles A., son of Alious aud
Mary Mutsohler, aged 4 yoars, S moutlu and
11 days.
WVATT.-In McArthur, November 14th, 187.1,
or typnoia lever, jurs. roneiut wyai,wiie
of John Wyatt, ago.1 M yoars.
MATHEWS At his residence, one mile
north oi MOArtnur, on many nigni, no
voinbor 111,1878, of dropsy, William Math
ews, aged 70 years. . .
BPECHT . In Swan township, Vinton county,
unto, on i nuay morning, noveniDor zisi,
1873, at 8 o'clock, attar on illness of three
days, Mrs. Catherine Specht, wife of John
Bpecht, aged 61 years, 9 months and I days.
The deceased was born In Fonniylyania,
and had lived in Vinton county about 33 years.
DOWD. In McArthur, on Tuesday morning,
MovcmDcriutn, ltri i, naran i. iowa,aaugii
ter of Alexamlor C. Dowd, aged 14 years,
monuu ana uays .
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
Probatt Court, Vinton Co., Ohio,
Notice Is hereby given that Robert Davis,
I Guardian of the estate of William J.
HemDhill. has filed his account for dual set
tlement with said ward, and that tho hearing
tneroor is set lortueiHtu day or iracemoor,
ltfui, at 11 o clock a.m. II. II. M Aid,
' uh...L..Di icyra . . f i i . T...l
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Martha Redfearn. Plaintiff. Before A. N,
i y irjM, T. 1. oi
against VKU-.nianu ip.
I Vinton Couu
Hugh Lockard, Defendant. J ty, Ohio.
On the 18th dav of November. A . P. 1873,
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
laid case for tho sum of 15 M), and tho same is
set lor lurtner neanngon the autn flay oi uo
cumuer, a. u. lam, ni 10 o-cioi-k a.
MARTHA RE07KARN,
. Plalntltr.
U46-3I.
JAMES PAUL'S ESTATE.
PROBATE COURT. VINTON COUNTY. OHIO,
Notice Is herobv given that John Paul as
Auministrstor oi me estate or James raw
deceased, has tiled his account with said es
tate for final settlement, and that the sanio is
set for hearing on the Stith day of November,
1HI9, atlVO'clOCK A. M. Jl. B. JIAIU,
November 6, 1818-4t Probate Judge
... a . '
:10,000
'itjents
:antefl
a. raro cuance.
$500,00
For Particulars Tree,
r sis Samples for 1.
Address
I'ittshurg, Supply Co.,
PITTSBURG. PA.
a
ionth. :
wttenST-nm
T)ININGER'S OLD LONDON
XJ DOCK GIN.
Especially deslirnad for the tits of the Hull
vij J'roMlm, nrtd the Family,' possessing
those inlrinJiln mmllcinal nropertios which
belong to an Old and I'vrt Gin. 1
Indispensible to Females, (iood for Kid
ny Complaint: A delicious Tonic. Put up
In cases, containing one rtwzen tiottlo each,
and sold by all druggists, grocers, fto. A. M.
HiKHiNoaa Co., ostablishcd 177H, No. 15
Heaver Street, Now fork. ew0-in.
New Advertisements.
ERSE -YOUR PLAN
t hH.naMfAJ I. ,1,1 I'!,.!.,.!
medicines Mutt prostrate tho vital
powers, anil a fur M 1'nrijftr,
l.H.uiuitvnv'u Itni'li it ii ,il lliillilit..
loin, whloh nets on the Kliluuy. Liver and
llowols, uiul removes tln liiimrltU- of the
system, bvopoiilntr Its out ltH.
' W. C. HAMILTON & CO., CINCIN
NATI, O. 4w
Uenulue Walthain Watches Sent V. O. 1).
Tho best and cheanost In tho world, nud
the most accurate Illustrated price list and
lowost rates sent froo. Address 1'ULLKIt A
CO., 88 lloml St., N . V. 4w.
KUAINT, KtfEKB ASDKUBIOU8
Isthe valuable liook wo Klvo to nil. Full of
farts, figures and fun. tU Hitfirs. 60 pictures.
Mallud for two stamps. Address U.
HLAt Klti CO., 1-10 llroadw uy, X. Y. 4t.
An Elegant Holiday Present.
Agents Wanted
LIVES and 1'OIITBAITS Of tho PBK8IPKNTS
With fac simile copy of tho Declaration of In
dependence, tho Constitution of tho United
States and Washington's Farewell Address,
with IB flue Stool 1'Iatos. For circulars and
terms address JOHNSON, WILSON, N. . 4t
The highest Medical Authorities of Ku
rope say the strongest Tonic, Purifier and
Deohstruent known to the medical world
JUEUBEBA.
It arrests docay of vital forces, exhaustion of
the nervous system, restores vigor to the do
bliitated, cleanses vitiated blood, removes
vesiclo obstructions and acts directly on tho
Liver and Suleou. Price $1 a bottlo. Address,
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, IB l'latt Ht,, New York.
Agents Wanted. Send for Catalogue
DOMESTIC SEWING M AGUISH CO.,
New Yobk.
Write for Largo Illustrated 1'rlco List. Ad
dress, -
GREAT WKIERN
"tMITHFlELDa flTTJBUBGH PA.
llrcoch-londing Shot Guns $40 to $300. Doub
le Shot Guns, S8 to 100. Singlo (inns, : to
$20. ltilles, $60 to $76. Kevolvcrs. 0 to s5.
1'istolMl to$8. Gun Material, rishiugTack
lo. Largo discount to Dealers or Clubs.
ArmvGuus. Rovolvors. &c. boueht or tradod
for. Goods sent by express C. O . D. to bo ex
amined before paid for. 4w.
AGENTS WANTED FOB TUB
Centennial Gazetteer
OF THE UNITED STATUS t
Showing tho gigantic results of tho "First
100 Yoars of tho Republic," a book every
body wants, wend for circular. Auuress,
ZIKGLKR A MCCURDY. 180 W. Fourth St.,
Cincinnati, O. 4t
TJTJU sDTHBTT? OnnfirOC! One Agent
jiJDiuiinaiiLUjjj ouuuuuu "uio im
In 4 davs, and another MS8 iu 8 days, selling
OCEAN'S STORY,
uiovs "i'eter Parley." A perfect Thesaurus
of Adventures upon,and tho Wondors beneath
l lie greac ucoana. kio sinnieu ungntvuiKs.
I'rlcn nxtremclv low: soils amnzinnlv fast.
3,000 more live jigonts wanted for this and tho
Mitt COMPLETK, 1'OPT'LiH and FAST-SELLING
nistoryoi
LIVINGSTONE 28 y'rs in AFRICA,
(the greatest success of the season.) Also our
splendid new Uiblejust ready and farcxcel
linirall othors. 1'ockut Companion nnd full
ciiiulars Ireo. Address 11UHBAKD lillOS.,
rub's.. Cincinnati. O. 4t.
The Made Com-
Sent by mail to any ono
lor $1. Will change
any colored hair to a permanent black or
brown und contains no poison. Trade sup
plied nt low rates. Address MAGIC COMB
CO., HpringUeld, Mass. 4w.
SfjSSO SA.VE13 :
To meet the urgent demand of tho t linos tho
Florence sxwino Machine Co.,
have determined to
BED U CK PR ICES.
Aud will hereafter sell their (65 Machino for
flo, and otlior styles in proportion.
TUB FLORENCE
Is tho onlv Sewins Machino that feeds tho
work backward and forward, or to riirht and
left, as the purchaser may prefer. It lius been
greatly Improved and Simplitled, anil is far
better than any other machine iu the market.
IT IS K0 W THE' CHEA rSST.
Florence Mass., Nov. 1st. Agents Wanted.
nr. Scsro'n C
tnrrli Itomoay
cures by its mild, henl
i:iKpmiiertlcs,to which
,1,,. .ir .au, vllils
when llio system liusK
UeCIl 111 piTriuufc
on'.cr with Bortor
1 , i:ntlnil
JTIcdlcul UlecOTOrri which i l.oiild El
us taven eanies;iy i cui ixt.,. a....
system, which aro always lit fault, also
in r-f ,uvI:1miI1v.iiimii tho uirrnscu
Catarrh Remedy should beapplicd with W
Dr. Plcrco'e wasui uoucup, mi
which mediclno can bo carried laut up
and ttcrceilv applied toall parts of pas
sages nnd chambers In which sores and
ulcers cxist.andfrom which discharge
proceeds. Bo successful has 111! course
of treatment proven, that the proprietor
irnM er.oa rtnwnrn for a cn.-'Q of
"Cold in Jlead" or Catarrh which he
OBiinotcure. The two medicines with
Instrument, for fa, ly an nruggisw.
For
Cou&lis. Coltls, Hoarseness,
AND
ALL THROAT DISEASES,
Uso
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS
rUT UF ONLY lit BLUE IOEKB.
A TRIED AND SURE REMEDY.
Sold by Druggists. ' w.
1SW
J'i
THE ONLY KNOWN MEDICINE
' THAT AT THE SAME TIME
Purge, Purlet, and Btnngthtn th Sytttm.
rir Tnt' piila am com nosed of many Iu-
jrr.'dlents, Prominent among thorn are Sarsa
parllia and and Wild Cherry, so united as to
act together; the ono, through Its admixture
with other substances, purifying and purg
ing: whilo tho otlior Is strengthening the sys
t.,,., Thm thnaa nilla are at the sanio time a
tonic and a cathartlo, a desideratum long
sought for by medical men, but novor Doiore
discovered. In other words, they do the work
nrtwn mA.llr.lnn ami do It much lwttor than
auy two we know of, for they remove nothing
from tho system but Impurities, so that while
thoy purge they also strengthen nnd hence
tboy rausu no debility md aro followed by no
rc-acuon. .
Dk. TifTT's Piixh havo a wonderful Influ
nr. tiin lilnnil. Thflv not onl v mirilV with
out wonknnmg It, but thoy rcmovo all nox
ious narticles from the chylo before It is con
verted Into fluid,- and thus mnkes Impure
i,iui an tinr imnnssibllitv. As there Is no
debilitation, so there is no nausea or sickness
attending tho opiioratlon of this most excel
lent medicine, which novor strains or tortures
tho digostlve organs, but causes them to work
In a porfoctly manner ; nonce persons taking
them do not Womo pale and emaciated, but
on thocontrary, while an impurities are uo
saparolla and wndChorry purifies and Invig
orates the body.and a robust state of health lb
tho result or tlieir united action .
Price VKcts. a box. Bold by all Druggists.
Depot 48 Cortlandt St, Now Xork. U
"TAKES" OH Mt. ifttfWS
vassers, Agents andsalosinon I IIknhT W a
HKKOIiilK'B Iiimny newspspor suirui iu tu
caniiialgn, giving snliscrlliort pair of the
largest and iinost Ol.KOUKAPIIS-two most
attractlto snbJocU that "take" on sight
painted by Mrs. Anderson, as contrasts anrt
coinianlout of her "Wide Awake" and "Fast
Asleep." . Agents have Inunonse success; call
It the'best business ever offered canvassers."
We furnish the lightest and handsomest out
lit and pay very, high commissions.. J.acli
subscriber. nl or naw, ronnlve without delay
twq benutifut piptprM. full MlllilKi rB,fe
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Special Notices.
UEVOXD-IIIKMI 4SIA8IPPI l-Thous.
iinds ha vo nlivu ly yonn, uml thousands more
are tui iilng I heir eyes towards new homes In
Iu fort i I o Wurtt. To those going to Misrourl,
Kaiisai, Nuhinsku, Colorado, Utnh, Wyoming
Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend
u cheap, safe, iiulck uml direct roulo, vlu St
Louis, ovor tlie Pucitlo Railroad, which runs
Its lino Day Couches nnd Pullman Sloopors
from St, Louis to principal points in tho West,
without change Wo boliovo that tho Mis
souri I'aclllo Railroad has the bost track and
the finest and sal'tost oo,lupnient of any line
westofllio Mississippi, and its connections
with roads further West aro prompt nnd re
liable. The Texas connection of this road is
now completed, and passengers are offered a
a first class all-rail route from St. Louis to
Texas, either over tho Missouri, Kansas A
Texas It. li., via Soilallii, or over the Atlan
tic! & Pacific R. It., via Vinita. For maps,
timo tables, information as to ratos, routes,
&c, wo refer our readers to S. II. Thompson,
Eastern Passenger Ageut, Columbus, Ohio, or
K. A. Ford, G'n'r'l Passenger Agent, St Lou
Is. Mo. Questions will be cheerfully and
promptly answered. nSS-Iy
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms In
South-west Missouri. Tho Atlantic A Pacific
Railroad Company offers 1,300,000 acros of land
In Central aud South-west Missouri, at from $3
to $12 per aero, on seven years' time, with free
trausjiortatlon from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soli, timber, mineral wcaltht
schools, churches, and law-abiding eocloty In
vito emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowors. For particulars address A.
Tuck, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-ty
Tub Purest and Sweetest Cod-Liver Oil
Is Hazard A Caswell's, made on the sea Bhore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Cabwell,Hax
ahd It Co., New York. It is absolutely pur
and Pntionts who never once taken it
prefer it to all others. Physicians have docl
dod it siipurioittf any bf tho other oils In the
market. 4t.
"A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing In
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy for the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early docuy, disease of tho
urinary aud seminal organs, and the wholo
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vic'ous hnlilU. Great numbers havo been
cured by this noble remedy. Prompted by a
desire to benefit tho afflicted and unfortunate,
I will send the receipt for preparing and using
his medicine, in asoulod envelope, to any one
who needs it, Fret oj Chargr! Address
JOSKP1I T. INMAN,
Station D, niblo House, N. Y. City.
March 10, 1873-v7.nia '
ERRORS OF yOWTH.-A gentleman
who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all tho effects of youth
ful iudiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send frco to all who need it, thore
cipo add diroction for muklng tho simple
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by tho advertiser's expe
rience can do 6o by addressing, In nerfoct con-
i.ituuv, iiuii.i i,, uuwiin,
30-!lm o. klo. 44 Cedar St., N. Y.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. W. Slsson's.
Tho Rest PIuce.-Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qucciiswarc, Glasbware, Notions, Ac,
can Do Uml nt Davis Duncan's Store, In Za
leski, at till times.
Coru, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken iu exchange for goods, at
his store. Iu connection with his store he has
u Saddle and Harness Shop, nnd will repair
anything in that lino on short notice and at
iuiv iiyurun. uu ana see mm tl
To the Suffering;. Tho Rov. Win. II. Nor
ton, whilo residing in llrazil as a Missionary,
discovered In that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Soi-o Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself ufter all
other medicines hud fulled.
Wishing to benefit tho suffering, I will send
therccipo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who (leslro it, Free of Charge
Please send an envelope, with your name
aud address on it. Addrons,
Itcv. WM. II. NORTON",
670 llroadwuy. New York City
Murch 10, 1873 vT.nlO.
For Flue Perfumery, go to Slsson's Drug
Store.
For Puro Druirs and Medicines, un IhKIk-
sou's.
MUSIC BOOKS
AS .
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
We give below a list ol'a few of the best nnd
most popular collerlious of boiinil Pinuu Mu
sic, and will send uuy work, puit-piibi, uu ic
eipt of the marked iri. e .
Address nil orders to
J. L. 1' hi Kit 8, Music I'ulilihhur,
km llroadway, N. X.
IN.STKU MENTAL MUSIC.
Kuiry ringers. Easy Music. Small liauds.fl 75
InglcC'iiclo. Kiisy Music, r-mull hands, 176
Young l'iuuist. For young iilnvers, , 175
IVarl Drops. Kasy Dance Music, 1 76
Musical lteureatioiis, Moilurutedllllculty, 175
l'leimant Meniories. " 175
tiolden Chillies. 1'urlor Music,.... Klnkel. 1 75
uniiiuiit ueinn, 17Q
l lie above arc also uouiid In cloth, gilt
sides, urico. VI 50 oik Ii.
I'eurls of Melody. Acolloctiou of Music
lor aiiviinccii rutyeis, Boards, 8 00
I, litmintlv li.i,,il 1,1 ..In I, n n A . tf.
Feters' Addition of Strauss' WiUUe's, 'in a
VU1UIII9, ni, fg w iu uuarus, fl uu
each iu cloth,
STANDARD CLASSICS.
lluch's 48 rrcludos and Figures. Cloth, . . .$S 00
" , in Four Hooks, l'liiwr covers, 1 AO
Ilcethoven's W Sonatas. Full gilt 8 60
Ilecthovcn's 84 l'ianos l'icces. Full gilt,.. SOU
Chopin's V ulses,. . .... ,,Btitf paper covers, 1 50
Lliopin's I'oloualsus,,.. " " " 00
Chopin's Nocturnes,... " " " 00
Chopin's Mazurkas,.,. " " " 100
Chopin's Ilullads, " " 800
Chopin's Preludes, " - " 50
Chopin's Sonatas " " " 50
aioncieissonu s conipicio riano v oiks ro
lio Ivlltlou. Full Kilt. In 4 volumes (6 00
The same. 8vo. Full silt. Comuleta lu 4
volumes 1400
The same. flvo. Paper. Complete iu 4 vols.,10 00
vol. 1. conrir concerios.Bouatas. etc. r o-
lio. Gilt. 800
Tho sanio. 8vo. Gilt, . . s 8 60
The sumo. 8vo. Paiier, 8 50
Vol. III. cont'nir Canrlcclos. Andantes.
etc. Folio. Gilt... tOO
The sumo. 6vo. Uilt, ... 8 50
The same. 8vo.- Paper 8 50
Vol. iv. cont'ng books without words.
(8 books,) Folio. Uilt, U50
The same. 8vo. Uilt 8 50
Thosamo. 8vo. Paper, 8 50
Mendelssohn's Overtures as Piuno Solos.
Cloth 8 00
Mendelssohn's Overtures as Piano Duels,
Cloth, '18 50
Mozart's IB Sonatas, l'.lciiantlv bound.
Full gilt, 800
Bchnbort's 10 Sountas. Kleitantly bound,
Full gilt, 800
Bcliiiboi t'H Dunces. Coninlotu. Movant-
ly bound. Full gilt, 800
Schubert's Piuno Pluccs. Kluirnntlv b'd.
Full gilt 00
Hi'.liumimn's I'lnnn-Knrtu Album, r.10'
gautly Iwund. Full gilt, 150
The same. Papers covers, 150
Weber's Complete Piuno Works. Kle-
guutly bound. Full gilt, 850
VOCAL COLLECTIONS.
Shining Lights. Burred Songs,... $1 75
Oolileii Leaves. Vols. 1 and i. A collec
tion of Songs by Will. S Hays.. .. .each, 1 75
Hearth ami Home. A Col'tlon ot'llo'o b'ng 1 75
Fireside Helices, " " " 118
Sweet Sounds, " " " 1 1i
Priceless Uems. Cholco llallnds,. 175
The above are also bound In cloth, gilt
aides. Prl til 50 ooch. Koch vol.
umo contains about J10 worth .
..ri linli u V mill Music
The Onei a at Home . Cloth, gilt, edges, . 5 00
Containing principles Sougs from over
85 Standing Operas.
(Jnrm.in VnlVali.ul.tr A 11,11111. 40 BonffS.
Knirlish and Unnnan WumIs. Paper..,, 160
Moudelssoliii's76 Bougs. F.ilitod and l
nark triinallind bv AlaofarreU.n Folio.
Cloth. Full silt, a 60
Tlin .Hin.rnrl fliwn volirfl. BVO. With
Original Words. 8 vols. I'apor,. . . each, 1 80
Do. Cloth, each, (00
Jloore's Irish Melodies, witumew nyin-
phonies and Piuno Accninpanlinonts by
lialfe.
.Kilt,"
Folio, r.iegauuy uouim.
Full
860
juotiiur
Goose; or, National Nursery
Ithymos. Iloaiitil'ully Illustrated by tho
' rtrr.llmr Dalzlcl. (Ask for Novullo'l
K(ltlou, qr ypu 111 got ft clesp Photo-
graph copy.)... Hoards, I ISO
Tho same, elegantly b'd In clnih. Fu'l g t, 1 5Q
SchunianlV's Vocal Alliuin. 80 Songs, wllh
Kng. and Uorm. Words. PauOf,.. . .'. . M
Thes'iMd, lgn)ly b'd In clufh, K'll gilt. SO
We will send any of the above wi s, JMsnt
paid, on receipt or llio mare.i iiru o i aia.
ogiies coutaiuing from 15,000 to 50,000 Mu.lci 1
BubJ
liibleots. sent free on application. Address
J. ii. VKTtM. Musle Publlslier,
D'tt-eAw. W Uroadway, M. Y
New Goods,
AT PANIC PEICES.
Como and examine thcin and satisfy yourself that I sell at the
I advertise. Having just received
the panic for cash, when CAsn was
I Positively defy competition, and Challenge any
Merchant in Ohio to Compare Pri
THE OLD CRY OF
"No Trouble to Show Goods" is
"Too Thin!"
It is trouble to show them, but we cheerfully and will
be glad of the opportunity, for when you
see my goods and prices, you are
euro to buy.
I II A VF TWO
WHEELER and WILSON Sewing Ma
chines, Which I WiU Sell at 50 OO Each, Keffu
lar Price 8S OO. Warranted
Perfect in Every
Respect
Best Black mixed Waterproof,
Good " . " . "
Best Gold " "
Good " " "
Good all Wool Flannel, ....
Best Brown Muslin, . - .
" Prints,
" Coffee, -
" White Sugar, . .
" Brown "
And every thing
t
EaliS
ra
JOSEPH S. HUH 1ST,
has removed his
HARDWARE STORE
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK, aVie;of
TBI OKIT 8T07I VASI WITS . . - :,
sliding oven doors, wiimjn A CPPPTATTV fll?
Stoves, Tinware,
AND
House Furnishing G-oods!
Ills stock of Cooking, Parlor and Heating Stoves Is not surpassed by auy store outsido the
cities. Kvkrt stovi warbantkd. You Will And a full stock of every thing In the House
Furnishing Line. And In connection with his stork, Mrs. lilllIN lias put lu a neat Stock of
Glahs and qukinbwaik In the same room. Making one of the most complete Hon so Fur
nishing Btoros In the County, Do not fall to give mom a eau uoioro piironasiug eiscwiioro
as tboy will not be undersold.
Rnoutlnir and ltonfliir done wlrii noHtness
sale, and the liest SEALING WAX In the market. Ho sura to call on him botors purchasing
elsewhere. Two doors Kast of the Post-oftlce.. ........
Juljr80,1878-tf. ,
"WILL. MEET
S. C. SWIFT.
STAPLE NOTIOJVS,
ULANK BOOKS, .
HOSIER V,
UNDERWAlvE,
Will Meet the Market in Price
' and Discount.
In
LrOQdS
prices
a LARGE STOCK, bought
SCARCE.
dui TI(l
cos
. . . .
.
$1 is
1 00
115
l oo
33
. 12
10
28
12
. 11
. . . . .
,
...
else in proportion.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
IIAMDEN, OHIO
mm.
To the Dodge Build
ing, East or the
rost-OiIlce,
s
Where he
is closing
out hit!
STOCK OF HARDWARE.
At Great Bargains. With
and dlsnatch. All kinds of FHUIT CANS for
J.B. nuiu.
THE MARKET!"
NEW STOCK,
SMALL WAUES,
AT WHOLESALE!
-f
:V::.K'C.' Swift,
'0H1IXICOTIIE, O.
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