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Particular atteution given to lh. treatment
6f the natural teeth.
Ko Bdsiness Dosr oh Satordats
J.Jr. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio, oflera
to the Merchanta ud Furoacemeo of Vinton
county, superior itock of Dry Gooda and
Notions, on terma the moat favorable. John
billelaun, Traveling Agent.
Sept. u y.
A. SPENCER NYF1. J. S. MACkEY.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Fluted Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STRET.
CIIILL1CO THE, OHIO.
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARI'n School Examlnora for Via.
on County will meet at the I'ulon School
House, In MoArlhur, on the lut and 3rd Satur
iay of March, April, May, September, October,
and November; and the Ut Saturday in .limit
ary, February, June, July, August, and De
eember, ineach ycnr. Exnmlnntiona to com.
mence at ton o'clock, A. M. Siiiifii.tory evi
deuce of good moral uhnructer will be required
n all oases. A lee of 60 cental, required by
avr from each applicant.
M. R. HA UN Ed, Ch'n, ") Board of
J. 8 HUHN, V School
L. O. I'EIUiUE. Clerk, 1 Examiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. for Ihe Relief nn J Cure of the Erring and Uu
forlimuteou Priuciplesof Christian
Easaya on the Errora of Youth, and the fol
lie of Age, in relation to Marringo nnd Social
Kvils, with aanilmy aid for Iho nttlicteJ
Seat free, in aeale.l envelopes. Address,
OWARD ASSOCIATION, Uox P, I'l.iludol
NO, 115, 1. 0. 0, F.
,J( T Kf .11 1. All Mcetingenflhia En--if3&T!
IVmimpnieiit will hcienlicr be
SiffxV hidd uu the acciind nml lii.t
-nr" Wcdueatlay evening of ncli
month. I'hIiihiviis n oilier eiieuiiipiiieiils
who may be vinling out own are invited to
attend. JOHN I. bUNKUi.C.l'.
Juux T. Raphii. S.
McArlhur, Krt.'y 17, 1870.
ri 1 I ' 1
I have just manu
factored and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
suited to this market,
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PA 111$ II O It TO. ,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
For any -ae of blind.
ileeditiK, itchir.K or nicer,
dpi i.ilw, thai UeHinn
,'iib Remedv fmla to eun".
It is prepared to cure the
piles and nothiag else.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
neglected to notice here
toforo the accident which hap
pened to Dr. Gorsline at Ilara
den, on the 5th inst. He wna
walking down tho railroad
track al that place to take a
train which was at the junction,
lor Jackson, noticing the train
in frout of him, when a train
which was backing eff the
switch at the depot, ran up and
threw him under the cars with
his legs upon the track. The
train had nearly stopped when
it 6truck him, but pushed him
along a few feet, bruising his
leg?, running a sliver of iron
from the track through one of
them, and crushing one of the
small bones of his right leg.
lie is getting along with his in
juries pretty well, but will
probably be lamed for life.
What has become of that
sterling patriot who sacrificed
tho l'robate Judge's office for
consistency's sake? Wo mean
Judge Potter. Ilia pen has
not wept in the Enquirer for
ltd these three weeks, and that
paper is actually becoming
overcast by the Nasby Organ,
and assuming a comically re
ligious countenance. Totter
to the rescue or the Democracy
is ruined! They may stand wind,
but even they can not
survive such piety.
We are under obligations to
Samuel Curry, now of Kear
ney Junction, Nebraska, for
late papeis from that point.
Kearney Junction is situated
at the junction of the Union
Pacific nnd the Burlington &
Missouri IX. II. with the Si. Jo
si'ph & Denver R. K. completed
nearly to that point. The town
is but six months old, yet
boasts ol its liiree railroads
and a daily paper, printed on
ihe largest siz .d Taylor Cylin
Bad romls h.tve nnold coal a
luxury in llio in trket willi
those who had mil lahl in a
supply before lund. .Scarcity
of iligers is a common coin
plaint among the deulnrs; but
we have an aliiiudince of gnu
ilemt'ii of leisure who loal
around saloons and si reft cor
ners who would make excel
lent diggers with a little practice
and about an ounce of energy.
We learn lhatMf. C. T Webb,
of Terry county, will be here
again at Ihe nex! sale day with
from 30 lo 50 head of fine three
year olds, and several I wo year
olds of high grades of stock
The lot sold by him at the lasl
sale wero the best on the
ground, and were really fine
Most men, when Ihey get
drunk and make- lools of them
selves, are anxious to keep Ihe
matter dark and have it forgot
ten n? soon as possible. Not
to with Mr. Ilerwig. of Z iles
ki, who persists in having
kept prominently before the
public each week in the press
of this pltfce. We are content
that Mr. II 's slrange tusle
should be gratified.
Mrs. Kan nulls, mother
Dr. Rannells, is sick with lui
lever, her recovery is not an
ticipated, and her children who
are not residing here have
been summoned to attend.
Miss Maggie Arnold is, we
understand, very sick with the
Attention is directed lo the
advertisement of farms for sale
by Mason Jones. The. farm
near Londonderry is offered
at. a less price than similar
lands are selling for iu the
same locality, and is desirable
property, having all the ad
vantages of a good neighbor
hood. Loungers should never tor
ment industrious people with
their idle visits. They should
seek each other's society.--
There is no harm ma bore
boring a bjre.
Court of Common Pleas.
In the cuse ol the State
against William Wilbur, ar
rested una peace warrant on
complaint of his daughter in
law, the defendant was dis
missed. Wm. D. McLean vs. John
Mitchell. The parlies are resi
dents of Knox township, Mo
Lean having boen the tenant
of the defendant. The buit
was brought for damages
against Mitchell for debauch
ing plaintiffs wile, alienating
her affections, and breaking
up their family relation. A
clear case was shown against
Mitchell, and although the wo
man's previous character had
not been like Caesar's wife,
above suspicion, the jury gave
a verdict for 2,500 damages.
Benoni ilixon vs. Ilenry
Iloffhiues. Suit brought to
fix the amount to be paid
for the maintenance of the
mother of defendant, who was
also the mother-in-law of the
plaintifF. Judgment for plain
tiff for 31,126.44, which the de
fendant was ordered to pay
from a fund which he held for
the purpose named.
In the case of the State
vs. Edward Quinn for cutting
with intent to kill.the jury dis
agreed, and bail fixed for re
appearance, al 300, which de
fondant had not found at the
time of going to press.
Wm. Mark vs. James Lock
ard. Suit to recoyer pay for
services m attorney. Judgment
At the time of going to press
the case of John Hendricks,
for larceny, is being tried.
Advehtisisg always pays,
ai'd sometimes a person mak
ing bis wants known in this
way gets even more than he
wauls. A Boston merchant
lately announced to the. pub
lic through a newspaper that
he wauled a boy, and next
morning two young but he-tllhy
specimens were found on his
U. S Clavp.) .li!, O. T. Gun
n.ng and Liwis Atwod ire
candidates lor ihe Democratic
nomination for Member of the
Dieir nominating Convention
inei-ls nn ill.' lOlii of MarrK
"Eviiity peach bud in Ihe
Vv'esl is killed deader than a
'Not one poach bud in ten is
injured in tho least by the
We learn from tha Gallipo.
lis Lsdger that several capital
ists have been along the line
k) (he Riilroad looking out
ci'es for operation as s ion as
the road is in running condi
tion. Tins Young Men's Christian
Association propose to cele
Lrate iheir next Anniversary
second Tuesday of March by
a supper fo themselves, lady
Iriends and invited guests.
Mr. VANsCoy, of Ztleski, an
old citizen of the county, is
very ill, and not expected to
Attention is directed to the
advertiseniPiit, ol "Beauii
Snow' in ano'.her column.
Wm Sry started to Illinois
yesterday to see the Darter.
A SAD NEGLECT.
Too many parents put oft' having
plotiues madu of their children until
it U forever too lato. Many sad re
grets would be prevented If It was at
tended to In time.
'Secure the shadow ere the substance
A mttco trite but well and nptly said
And oft reclining, as with anxious
We gaze on forma which bloom, alas
Be wise in time; improve the present
Pluck whilu we may the roge of beau
And from its bloom, an evanescent
Extract a balm a sweetness to destroy
The poison mingling of the cup
And soothe the anguish of its parting
Billinghnrst ia always ready to at
IVIIU I VI Bili:n uiiii-icio. juvi h-ijw.i
old aild y0llng. should attend to this
tend to such matters. Every person.
I duty without delay
Roll of Honor.
The following is a list of pupils in
the McArtliur achoola who l;ve main
tained a perfi-ct irrada io drportuient
and bnve teen, either absent nor tare
dj without a proper excuse, during the
month of Junuaay :
Julia Ho th well
Jennie M alone
Mnry Corn we 11
Manila Cornwell- Lena Hannells
Frnncis Cornwell Mary Npnmue
Edward Dodge . AduliaShriner
Maggio Dodie ' Ainnnda Shrincr
Henry Dnwd Hilus Sliriner
Lewis A. Dunkle ' Homer Sliriner
Lvdia Dillon Serepta Sidman
Lilly Dillon Ella Snyder
Maria Feltnn ' Anna Smith
Gladys Gold Harvey Sisson
Hattio Gold Ida Siaiion
Eva Gold Samuel L'llora
ItosaGiismiin Eliza I" limn
Mollie Gunman PerryUllom
Pauline Gusman Wm. Vnnnky
Allred (iilman llattie Will
Kate (iiinniiin Hirum Wilcox
Laura Grimes Minnie Wolfe
Lilly Hill Mary Ward
Ella Holland Ma ' Wisenliprger
Lucy Holland FrankWiscnbergcr
Tho High School having
been in session but two weeks
in this month, no names were
entered from its roll. They
will appear in due lime. .
M. R. BARNES.
W. W. Key3, Ihe "silver
tongued auctioneer," ol Harris
burg, Ohio., will be here at
ihe nest slock Rules, March, 11.
Ciiillicotiie is lo be re-dis-tricled
and h ivesix wards.
A MOVEMENT U Oil loot, lo
build a glass factory at Gall i
Candidates lor tho various
offices in adjoining citiei are
A. W UaoUlLL.VKD, of G;llli
polis, formerly bUuiiilied wi'h
the press ol Portsmouth, died
on the Sill.
The Ohio Industrial School
for Gilds, at White Sulphur
Sprinas, was destroyed by fire
on Monday. Loss, $10,000.
Texxessle wmen aregrtimb
linj; teriibly because the man
agers of agricultural fairs don't
give at least a year's notice
when they offer prizes for the
It is expected Iho Lunatij
Asylum building at Alliens
will be ready lor occupancy
by July next. It will require
an appropriation of G5,000 lo
The wholesale price of lea,
in const quence of the remov
al of the duty and a general
decline, h about twenty-seven
cents per pound less than it
was a year ago.
At Uhillicoihe last week
Sam. Crouch and a parly ol
gamblers scented David Rose,
a verdant little posey from
Adelphi, and relievod lim
150, just as easy as turning up
In McArtltnr. February 23th. to .Mr
nnd Mik. E. P RnHnvi'11. a fon.
Wm. O'lliituhlnsou nnd Ilaiiuali
Hiram Omcy and Christina Cin:o.
Flour, per sad; $2.50
Ilitins. country Y2&
aiijrsir cured -Ji
Pickled Pork 7
Hooking salt per bbl 2.50
Sacks ..." 13n25
Chickens, live 13ii.20
Dried Apples 75100
White Fih 7.UII
New Orleans Molasses
Sorghum " 4U5(
Star Candles, per lb
Tallow - " .l-a20
Soap, country per lb
t I o.
Cmti. i"r bua
Ilogs, dressed t cwt I
BLOTTERS, DAY, CASH, JOURNALS,
TIME, BANK, INVOICE, LETTER.
BLANK NOTES, DRAFTS AND RECEIPTS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES.
. C. SWIFT,
Always keeps a full stockof
Pure fresh Drugs and Medi
Pure Wines and Liquors for
Medical Purposes, the very best
that can be obtained.
Physician's Prescriptions ac
South side of Main St.,
Sign bflicd, Wh ite and Blue
FA U3I KIJS' I.MPLF.M EXT
MACHIfllSY AND SEED ST0PE
A. PURDUM & BR0
Where tin y will find n full loc!t of Iho very
Where tin y will find
Conmslms of the
UiIIIm, Ont-lioiNO Eliitk
cj e thrills tor torn I.mul.
The very best in Iho iniirUet. The
Dnckrye Imiiroved nnd Amerlrnn Fccil
t'uttera, t urn Mu-IU-r, Id-liiwr.re Fiirm
ii mi ii . I iiiiniiiu Mill., I-ii i in Hill",
the liinmuH liiioii C bill n, Ihe (ircnt
For i-onkini fond fr.r ftnex. Every fnrmer
and aloitk ruiaer thuuld have one.
For groi-erie, wnrthriit-M and farmers. A
huge nsi-ol t lilriu of fA KM
Suchna IIOE", HAKES, FollKS, SHOVELS,
and l'LUWS of all kisds
al.o n full nstortment of
Farm! Verptaele and Garden Seeds
In hort a remilire.t'.hlii.hpil (limier"H necnin-inonati'.-n
toip, w hero nil are iioited to cull
nnd eaiunine our nt'icU,
A'rr.o. n, paint street
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
TH F. grnnd principle that operate in theae
wonderful medicines, ia the inv.er tlmt
Ihey poBee." in purifying ihe turgid t-hmd,
a. id expelhng tht coriupi humor. Irom Ihe
' tlOi.l.OWAY'fl PILLS conniBt of a careful
and pei-iiliar ailinlxiure if Ihe flne.l vegeta
ble extra Ih, herbB and medicul gum.. Pb.
aea-ing not a grain of mincinl in iheircnm
binntion. they never expo-e llio-e who life
Ibein to any daneer, at any tune or eea-on.
No other need he-iiale lo preBcribe them to
her children, and the nio.t delicme con-tilu-linn-
i-nn uee litem with an giciil a hent-ht aa
the in J.t Tigorouaand poweilul frame.
HOLLOW AY & CO., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane,NewYork
Ho.loway'a Pilliend Ointment are en'id nt
25 centB, Ult cenl- and fl per box or pot. A
grcnt avin i made by buying tne larjerizea-
Leander M. Jones' Heirs
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio.
V'rtTlCh i herel.v given that Levi Rohinet,
ii guiirdtnn of Jonnihnn H. t.nl Mnry I.
June, minore has riled hi ni-cniiiil-. .ever,
ally, with aniii wnr-l-. nnd l hut the -nine ere
et liirhcnng nnlhef hi.yol February,
A,D. 187.1, at 11 o'clock, A. M
11. M. MAYrt,
Jaooary 1. 1TS. it
WE C1VE AWAY $10,00
to ccry BHhcrilicr tu Our Fireaidn Priend.
'Iho leiidintt Kninily Wei-kly of Amernn.
I.irue tsh eiuht wb-. inpinnl. Heimti
lullv illiiir:iteil.' Full of lelinblH. inlruclive
nu t intureilinu ii'ii-iiiii niHtii-r, new.
iniii-elliiny, htirt rniitinii-d tnrie, nKrli-lten
nnd iM'tic'nl in.'illf r, il-t hiiiIpiI lo the wniita
nnd w.fhen of i vi-ry innn, every womnii, cv
erv cliud. Whetner livinu in mty or couniry,
nnd we ijlve In euuh vnnily iihuriuvr u cOiy
of our iui'iiili"t-nl oil thioino
Printndm oil colnr... Ill timei from al.ileen
itine.-, Bir." liiA'J" ini-hi-B. The n'-jci-l ib
b.-. r.XtiniBUe inl'l I'leirini;. 1 1 i-i'ii mi,
I , . 1 1 ii.itn ih iinjjiniil I nmiinx. nnn ib 1 emit
worthilO. It ex,:ccd- ii benny, niionml
in-iiny (nil ln "tU'n. No oui- imii-ri-d ili-llni
.ii-tine can K.ve more 'lniei,n' or be n xicnl
er 01 nmncnt in nny Iniiiscbold It inn
hud lioe, nnd mo don't link tibajrilirrn
m nt nx ni.-t-1 li l.ir it, but will ii lid it
nin e, or it can be hud nf our audit-. Mib-ori-hern
'ny on dt-livcrv of 'ii-iiiii b. N" wintin
I'n tiin b now rcnuy, and de.iveicdby
in vnnr neiLibhni-hnnd. We ant one.
mint only g'nid ncme HeiitB, either lornl
i-Hiivn'Mnir,-iie we nnnnii jtive fh r whiuh
liln mitHt. iiml t'lrniBh Ihe bc-t nnyinK nuencv
in Americn. Oive exclusive territory and
bs.t tnnla in uoik with. Our aueiilB hnvinii
iiinnene iiicccbb nnil innkinu limn to
iii-i ait v one nuwii took 411 mii-m iii-ih na
one dnv, oibeiB ictort Irmn I" lo 5
ilny. jlelllllen coinee ol in r, til. I pmliciii
lnr. lerina, etc., bhi! f'ee lo any ndilre.n.
Wriii-iit onco to our FireMdo Int-nd
cnL-o, 'II. ;hl'
GET THE BEST.
r.A Pf c will pnv for the ChiH'a Friend,
V-'l5'.eiiii-iii"n lily, fur one jinr,
tenutiiiil ilm-linlcil mi i r for Ihe cli ldri-n.
CI OIV1"1 l",v ",r Ihe'Tiibl B I-m ud. niiH
V A "'nne rbroinii. The I'mi icBvvoith
CI f'.Awill v lor Ihe Weekly ItimM
y 1 ,W,n g ,,M"jP pi, prr On-Ik ki In lliewnld
f-r children nmi youth, and a line c I' l
I he fella l.ilii-B, p i,-e tl
CO 9tull iny lor both pnpers and
C 1 flfl'"1 I'-'" r,,r t'rijjLt -'ide
V ',u. hroiii"'. Cnlla l.dlu-a. nnd a l;.ru
ebniino lixin im-liee, lia.-icr .Morning, wh
nlniie i. w nh $i.
C I "7 V" l"' for ,,oln P',P,,,'', nnl' ",0
Hi.th pupeiB are Mieh h- pBrentB anil tench
ei-B tntiy Btilelv rei-mm-nd in iheir chil-lr-n
riipil-, iin-l the chritinoB are nf the clinice!
Mii'l. Nuihin tietreri-iin lBf"iind pir I h ri
rre-ni. Plutiee nny w hero )OU Bnwhie.
IIUIOIIT SIOE TO. (licnjo.
M1XK A It'S HAT ST0U
SCAI.I.S FOR SALE.
STOCK and Ore Sonlea ns good aa new,
-ale at very low price f-ill on
novll II. C. JONES uorney.
GREAT OFFERS TO AGENTS.
are made by Thk SatuarAV Fvria Po.t
I'm l.inr'. Fbiixd A henntiful chrnmo
CIIII.H PROl'lIET 'SAJHtL."
worth S.-. tin. g,ren with Ihe paper
--i I1.11..11 pru-e ) r with the Mn-nne
(prue ti Au.) Lm not lad to ex.iinii.e into
oner. 11 i-
. A t. lit AT CUM HI Jf ATIOX 1
Addren. for circular, eainplea. Ac..
I'dmom, 319 Hilnl ., I'UIMpk.
ANNOUNCE to ih. nubile that they Iikt.
piir-lia4 the ifx (c, fiiturn, an) pood
will ol tinnnlng'a I'rugSlore, adding thereto
or anil Ireth aiocit.
W. w:ll keep coBstantlj on hand full line
Drus Medicinis Perfum
ery, Notions, &c.
Which we will -ell at nch rate, as will coin,
tnaad th. palrouaR. of the pullio.
You are Invited to
GIVE US A CALL.
WOLF, PEARCE&CO ,
North Sida Main St, two Doors
State of Ohlo,1lnton County
Dorner C. Jones, Plaintiff,
William and Rachel Lee, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Vitas. Order of Sale.
IjlTRSt'ANT to the command of an Order of
:il if-ued from the Court of Common
Hleiia of Vinton Con nty, and to me directed
s bin-nil of mild county, I will otter foi nl at
the uixirul the Court Home, in the town of
Mi-Arthur, Viuton County, Ohio, on
Monday, the 3rd Day of March, A. D.
nlll'e hnurofl o'clock, P. M.of find rfay.th.
tollmvinif flch'-ritied InnilM and le' I'liu-nii, town.-
The oiii!iMMt inmrler of the roillh -weal
ii.'rli-r ol fcction No. three, township;
(to. (Hi) ten hoiI miitfe No. (10) nineteen, in
the dixtru t nt' liimln vut-im! to nale at Chilli
collie, Ohm, conimnmn () f"ry aerj, mora
or lean, bind lauua being in ilocking county,
Al.n; the lollnnlng lund aituated lo Vinton
emimy.tu wit: T he north-went quarter ol Ih.
north wei-t qimrtcr of reclnn No. (Id) tea
nf rHiiiiB No. (Hi) nineteen, in the district o
In nil Miihiect to iule At Chillicothe, Ohiu.oonf
tuiiiing (4n forty nrrt-a, more or leB.
Ai i-ii.im-.i .a (ll;i) one liun-lr d and flttencn
doll na, nnd niui-t bnnx mo-thirda of that
' Ti he auhl n the nrnnertv of William and
Hm-lii'l Lee lo ri i-t'v an order of aBleianed
hmn ihe Court ol Co:iiinoa 1'I.umu faror of
llninci O. Jonea
'I'KK.MS UK fcALE: Cnnh in hand 0" the day
ofanle. OholfOK KALKK.
Shenlto Vinton eoimty.
curR C.Jnsr", Arturuey for plitiotitl.
-Intiuxry I'-u, IsT.i.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Oppooito the Emmitt House,
SlirccKcngaut's Old Stand,
lUXlFiCTl'IlER AND DBALEB IN
Fino Gold Jewolry.
American and Foreign Watcliei.
V. S. W. "
II -wniil 11
f-l-l t lltl III "
N V. "
Itui a "
O nt.' Uiaina
tvih 'I liuniai Cluckl,
O ld Still
Tin. anil Stuila
P uled Ware
SABIE & TODD'S t'OLD PEH
A FULL USE OF GOODS 8UITAB LB FOR
BEIDA1 & BIETHD AY PEESENT3
(innria mndo to orderand repairing don. by
enrcful workmen. No eilra charge lor en
griiiii g L-""'l bought at thia eeta bliBhnwnt.
i"in li"7:i ly
Hani len. win
an I ilenla ax. '
clit.ively 1 n
i to hina C.ill
THE BEIGHT SIDE AND FAMIit
willb. puhli-hed ire-Hji in 1873, fceifr and
prattler than rtr, at only II.SO per Tear, and
lienulilul ch'Otiio, the Cnlla'l.illice, will I
mven lo everv aubrritier. Aaenrt wanted
everywhere Liberal pommiBBiona. Splen
1 itnl premiuma. Sub-onlw now. et np a
VjnnGw Chicago, 111.
A Good Business with &H
Established Trade of
"TV AY IS BRnH. navingbiiBinesa in the Sooth
''"ru "i, Rit .,,H Thn. "Z
Irn-e. clean atnch, flue room with apartment,
well aiof'd to minnlaeliirihtfi Nnd moderat
They hnve a well eataldiahed
reul. ill aell r n hhcral lerma, giving tun.
on part If deaired. Will trade for real eelat.
A Idre... UAVIS BROS,
ltdee Athena, Ohio.
i"' WJBSKVflk ota. J