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PUBblHHBO KVEBY WBVNK8DAY BY ,
, KlHVOIt AND rnOl'BIKTOIl.
riK-PinRlii Hnnnml Htnrv of Howell's
lluildlng, -North Biilo of Main Btreut, Eiutt of
court Howie. .
Terms of Subscription.
.
Ono copy, one ydir $1 W I One opy, 8 mos,.8l 00
One nopy, month.... 75 Ono copy, 4 mm.. 60
tr not paid within tho yoar SO"
OtubS of Twenty '. WOO
Tho' PtrnMniUo Kitqntrtr emulates FRKB OF
POST AI1K within the limits ofVintntt County.
' A rllnt tii nallfVa iHseontlmianes t the end of tho
time subvirlNad fbt-t will bo luken aa anew engagement
or auhaarlpnm.
v- Advertising Rates.
IMnrh space ocoiiplecl hyghnosof till (HoBpBrelb
Ivpetrmll eeiislllue asqnarei .
Out wiwr,one week 81 I One square, 3 weeks $2 00
l,'.h .,i,ULl.,nl Insertion insertion OU
. All a.ltertirtni Ar a shorter period thlb three
MkA.wAfl at tho above rates. .
Leirai Altloiiient SI 00 per square for Arst
Insertion; toil 60 eeiiti par squaro for ea.li ailtlltioiiul
"II'm?.. '.".'.l tTlBiira Work SO eonta aMItlonnl.
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fln..lU,n, HI M 4 KM) 80 00
fliislntas Cards, not exceeding H". Mow T'f
" All Mil ilue on nt Insertion of advertisement-.
Mil with regular advertisers to be paid qnarlcry.
lmtnws Notloc-1 eonls a lln". Marriage Noll
os-Aoooolltig to the liberality of the parlka. UcaH
iv..;. '
Notloes of Runaway Wives or Husbands-double
price, i i .
Vearly sdrerHsors entitled tn quarterly ehsngos.
AdvorU'emonlennt .ntlierwlM ordered, will be eon
(Inuwl niitdordored discontinued, and charged accord'
Inely. '.''".
Rillglon'and Charitable Notices frefc
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
: GTEPUGE P. EOEII & CO.,'
40 Prok Row, New York, ,
. ' . ..... AN!) , ,
S,M.ETTINGILL&CQ., t
57 Park Row, Now York,
Arncmr'Sin.B Agents In Hint city, and are
authorited to coutruot for advertising t our
lowest mtos. - -
The farmers
av6 beginning to
iov. Jl
Now is tlio timo to begin work in
gardening for the season.
Tiik treo planting, eoason baa ar
rived. Lbt all profit thereby.
Have you subscribed to tho capi
tal block 6f tho Gallipolis, McAr
tluir & Colurnbua Railroad ? If not,
do so immediately.
Thr Unllipolis, McArtintr & Co
lumbus Railroad will bo 'a cheap
road to build, and cheap to maintain
jind operate Subscribo to tho cap
ital stock.
A Good Hair Restorer at Strong's
for 50 cts. a Bottle.
Now is tho timo for merchants to
get out thoir bills and circulars for
tho .Spring Trade Como to this
o Hco when you wish any printing
clone neatly and cheaply.
Labouee Wanted. A good and
steady laborer, who wishes employ
ment by tho' month or year, can
of
B.
find employment by applying to
Euiiert Uowkn, ZalcHRi, Ohio.
Notice to Stock Owners.
Wo aro prepared to print bills for
all owners of Stock Horses at very
low prices. Como and sco cuts,
samples, &c, nnd learn prices.
Sunday Train. A Sunday Train
is to bo placed on tho Columbus &
Hocking Valloy Railroad, which
will acebmmodato thoso of our citi
zons who wish to go to Columbus
or northward on Sunday.
A Beautiful Assortment of Bocks
and Stationery at Strong's.
Blank Bonds. We have printed
a fino lot of Clank Bonds for all
Township Ofllcors, including Super
visor's Bonds, which nro for salo
cheap. Wo can furnish anybody
with any kind of blanks.
O. F. Thompson, formerly connec
ted with tho Democrat offlco and
rccontly of Indianapolis, returned
to this city on Thursday last. Ctr
clcv'dla Harold. -
Moro formerly ho was connocted
with this office .
Township Election Tickets.
Wo will print Township Election
Tickets, very cheap. Lot tho Do-,
mooracy of each township t place
good mon in nomination for tho va
rious olTicos, and send us tho names
of candidates and wo will print
tickets on short notice
Go to Strong 8 for Tobacco.
FaoJ bills issued from this ofllco,
wo loam" that J, J, Cline, at Wilkes
villo, is manufacturing and supply.
ing tho pooplo of that section of
country with tho most substantial
Saddles, Harnoss, Collars, Bridles,
nnd everything else in tho Ilamoss
making lino, at very low rates. Go
and sco.
The Thurman Portrait.
A number of our subscribers call
ed last wcok and "paid up" one,
two, and throo years nnd gavo or
ders for tho fino Portrait of Thur
man: Lot othors como and do like
wise. We havo exlonded the time
to April 15th, as all may have an
Opportunity to raise tho money To
pay up and got tho Ticturo.
EXCITING TIMES!
Everybody be on the Look—
Everybody be on the Look— Out!
Be Saving of Your Money!
Now is the. time for the peo
pie to be Very saving of the
little money they have. Why?
We will tell you. The well
known House of t)an "Will &
Bros., in McAithur, is now
renresentecT in the city by
Aaron Will, the close buyer
of the firm, and he will return
this week with the most extec
"ive and attractive lot of
Goods ever yet brought here at
this season of year. Aaron left
for the city at the right lime,
as the market is in so favora
ble a condition that he will be
enabled to buy at low rates so
the House can sell at much
lower figures than other Houses
in this county. Take care of
your money ana go to Dan
Will & 1'ros. and see their
New Spring Styles of Goods
at low prices.
For Ayor'a, Scovill'tj, Jayncs', or
any Patent Medicinos go to J, S.
blrong s Drug Ktoro.
St. Patrick's Dav. The anni
versary of St. Patrick's day ono
over dear to all loyal Irish hoarts--occlirj-cd
on . tho 1 17tb Inst." The
patron saint of Green Erin, nccord-
ng to tho. national annals, was born
n 373 nnd died in 403, living to tho
good old nge of 120 years. Bishop
Butler says ho "forsook his family,
sold his birthright and dignity, to
sorvo strangors, and consecrated his
soul to God to carryhis namo to
tho end of tho earth.". No saint's
day is so gonorajly celebrated as
St. Patrick's. All Irishmen keep it
in religious remcmbranco, and re
gard it as 'a solomn obligation to
observe it. Who has not heard tho
familiar Bong :
Tatrlck wasa jlntlomnn nml cnuiooMncent
PC0)IH,
Ho built aolntroli In Dublin town, nnd on It
put a ntocplp j
fui her whs a Wcllnglmn, lils mother nn
0"Ur(ly,
His aunt hIio war a Klnnghnn, and lib wife
wblow Biudy.
Och 1 llio 'Antrim Mils aro mighty high, and
ko'h tlio hill of Huwth, air,
Bur thnro'H a hill more hifflmr etlll, moro higher
tliim them both, Blr,
Twiwon the tup of that high hill fit. Tatrlck
preached his snrnilnt.
And drove the 1mm into tho bogs, and tnur-
thuredHll tho VHrmint.
Tub Railroad is to bo built, and
course you want to buy a town
lot. Sco tho advertisement of T.
Davis, in this paper.
First New Goods at Zaleski.
As usual, tho IIouso of Will &
Co., at Zaleski, is ahead of all oth
ors. It is now represented in the
city markets by Aaron Will, one
of tho firm, who will select a boau
tiful assortment of tho late stylos of
Goods for tho Spring Trade Tho
Goods will begin to arrive this
wcok. Lot evorybody go nnd soo
thorn,, and loarn theToducod prices
tor this soason. Tho first Goods are
tho most beautiful.
For pure Drugs go to Strong's
Drug Store.
No Timr TO BE LofiT. In tho Incipient stajroa
of Consumption, the Hint ayinptoms is ireneriil.
I.v a hnckliiircoiiirh. milnslii llio chest, dinii'iili v
of brcnlliin.ir. or oppression of tho liingn. Sonic-
tiling Biioiiiu ueaouonmncetouiiocit lue cough,
nlliiy nnd henl tho irritated part ; Allon's
Lung Dnlsnm will break up the eough In an
Incrviliblo short time; also prevent the forma
tion of tubercles. Whore tubercles are once
formed, tho disease U hard to euro. For Mile hy
all Mudlvliio Dualem. ulO lw
J
The True Flag, a journal pub
lished for tho benefit of every fire
side, still continuos its caroor undor
tho most fnvorablo auspices. Ac-
knowlodgod to be tiro pioneer news
papor of its class, having originated
the system of Compioto First Togo
Stories, it has out-lived a host of
imitators, and Btill distances all
competition; Its circulation exceeds
by sovoral . thousand . that of any
similar publication In Now Eng
land. It is not limited to any class
o( district, but choors tho homos
and gladdens tho firosido of, every
Stnto in tho Union. It is not dis
tinguished moroly for its unequall
ed taloB and jj sketches, but ovory
nnmbor contains nnd entertaining
and useful variety of AnecdotoH, Bi
ography, of
Editorials, Advonturos,
History, Poetry, Wiso Sayings,
Scraps of Wit, and curious informa
tion of ovory. description The
corps of contributors comprises the
livoliost story tollers, and numbers
many of tho bost autho' of tho dayj
in every department of litoratnre
Only $2.50 a yoar, or $1.25 for six
months. .MoultonA Lincoln, Pub
lishers, 50 Broomflold St., Boston,
Mass. . ;
For Fine Perfumery, go to Bis
son's DniffRtnrfl,
Good at au, Timeu. I)r. Henry's
Root and Flnut Pilln aro vogotablo
and cnn bo tnkon at any and nil
limes without rogard to diet or bu-
-lillOoa. UOG-Iw
Great Rejoicing!-Everybody
Come!
i TboNew,Dry Ooo-cfIIouse
of Oilman, Warot A looks
neat and the people nref .highly
pleased when they visit if The
firm have presented a stock o
Goods unsurpassed in quality
and cheapness, and we advise
all desiring good and fashiona
ble articles at very lower fig
ures than elsewhere to give
them numerous calls. All the
new and beautiful styles o:
Dress Goods can be had at re
duced prices.
For Ayer's Medicines, eo to G.
"
TTT IN. . ' "
w.sisson's.
Little s Living Age, Noa. 1395
and 130G, for the weeks' ending re
spoctively February 25th and Mnrcl
4th, contain The Political Lessons
of tho War, Quarterly Review ; . The
Gamut of Light, Saint Pauls ; Gon-cralTrochu,
Spectator; Hugh Jlil-
or, Good Words; Scionco and Im-
aginations, All , the Yea Round ;
Zumalacarreguy, Cornhill Magazine:
Balzao's Novels, Fortnightly Review,
Mendelssohn at Buckingham Palaco,
rail Mall Gazette; Tho North Gor
man Arctic Expedition, .Athenaium ;
War and Christianity, Spectator;
Tho Now Ejnpcror of Germany,
Economist; Tho Dressmakers, Good
Words; Jho continuation of "Seed-
Timo and Harvest, or During My
Apprenticeship," translated spec
ially for tho pages of this magazine
from tho Vlatt Deutsch of tho favor
ite German author, Fritz Router ;
besides shorter articles and poetry.
The Living Age is also publishing a
story by George MacDonald, nnd
promises to new subscribers for
1871, the last two numbers-of 1870,
containing tho beginning of the
story, gratis. A good time to sub
scribe.
Tho subscription price of this C4
pago weekly magazine is $8 a year,
or for $10 an' ono of the American
$4 mngnzincB is sont with The Liv
ing Age for a year. Littell & Gav,
Boston, Publishors.
P. T. Barncm, now of New York
City, is tho greatest showman on
this continent; Ho is now making
preparations to start out with a
grand mcnagerio greater than any
that has over yet traveled in this
world. Ho has had a!i"Agent in
Vinton county, who mnkos McAr-
thur his hondquartors, buying hor-
hcr for his show. About 75 have
been bought by tho Agent, for
which good pricos havo been paid,
nnd in somo instances as high as
have boen paid for fine horses.
From some, of our New jYork ex
changes wo loarn that thoihow will
start in a few weeks, and tho Agont
will depart soon with his drovo of
animals, all of which aro being well
fed, and taken euro of in this place
Wo are informed that tho Agent
for Mr. Babnoji wishes to mako ar
rangements for wintering tho hor-
and animals bolonging to tlio
show, at this town, next winter, as
All
Ar
For
nt
things aro eo much
cheaper than in the East.
Thia drovo of ho.iscs .waa startod
from this place on Tuesday morning
Inst for Purkorsburg, and from there
thoy will bo shipped o,n tho Balti
more it-Ohio Railroad to New York
City.
! J '
Wood's Household Magazine,
for March, more than sustains its
well earned reputation of being tho
most valuablo Ilousohold Magazine
publishod. Its pages .proBont qnito
an improved appoarance, tho typo
not boing so compact ; it has the ef
fect of making the print appear
larger and moro distinct. Its tablo
con toots forvarioty, originality
and excellence, cannot be surpassed.
All of tho articles are well written,
and especially adapted to tho mem
bers ot a household.
Tho children are favored this
month with a Prizo Story, cntitlod
'Winnefrod and tho Fairy,1' by Miss
Ai A. Prince Thoro nro also con
tributions from Dio Lowis, Eleanor
Kirk, Mary Waterbury, Goo. Bur
loigh and many othors. Terms-
one dollar a year. Addrosa S. S.
Wool) & Co.
Will tho Publisher. pIcobo Bond
Wood's Pocket Magniflor.
Books, Literary Papers and Magazines
for Sale.
rorsons wishing a choico of
Books, Lltornry Papers or Maga
zincs can bo supplied by calling at
tho Enquirer Printing Office, in
Bowon b Building, East of tho Court
Iloase. Among tho Papers and
Magazines nro tho following f
. Now York Lodger
New York Mercury j
New York Weekly j
Yonng Folks' Rural ;
Star Spnnglod Banner
Hoarth and Homo ;
Cincinnati Literary Journal
People's Litornry dompanion
American Agriculturist j
Pbronological Journal ;
Atlantlo Monthly
Young Pilot;
Western Rurul.
"
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WANTED
Teh to' Fifteen Thousand good
Shingle's, at M.abtin'8.
ioiiridry for Sale.
A FoVtfnuy, doing a vory large bimlnoss, sit
imtnd In Southern Ohio, in nflVrod fur saleou
accoVtnt of a disagreement between partners.
A ono-lmlt'orthe wholo Interest in Kadi Foundry
will be mild ut a bargain. faVtloj desiring nir
ther inrurimttlon.cnnobtahf it by correspond
Ing Willi tho KdlWrof Enqntrir, Mc Arthur, O.
Kttptenibcr 28, fHTO-tf.
Job Work.
We haTe" iust received a farere
supyly of Carcty Note Heads
Letter Heads, Hill IJeada, En
velopes, eiCf Which Tve wil
print for merchants and busi
ness men in good style ftt reas
onable rates. Bills posted and
Circulars distributed at reason
able rates on application; ftt this
omce.
For Pure Druara and Medicines
trft frt SloBftTi'o
Job Work. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIMBTABLB.
On and after Dec. 28, 1870, Trains will
run nsionowa:
t. o :::::: ;
W i i 1 ! i i M I M i
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iaaifiifigicfiiidwn
1 2 '
J a.
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Miles
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Miles f
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M
OINOIVNATI KX1RIH will run (IkIIv.
otherTi-iilnH dully, except Htindny.
CINCINNATI KXPRMH KAST maKea no
atop between Iluniden and Athena. -
Portamonth Branch.
' Mnll. Acenmmmtallon.
I.SDp.m. :0oa. m.
1.M . , 7SK ' . -,
-4.M " 10.M ' "
7.50 A. K. 12-WP. H.
10-.10 " 4-.TO "
10 60 " 6.40 "
Dep. Hnmdnn
Jnckann
Ar'v. I'ortamouth
Dep. Porianiiiiith
v. Jix:kson
Hiiuulen
Train Conneot at LoTolamd
all points on the bittte Miami Knilrond.and
the Indiitnapolia ,t( luciuiiali Bailrood Junc
tion for all points West.
W. Wi PEAHODY,
Matter rf Trnnnportntioni
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
. TIME TJLBIji:
Took Kffecton Monday, Septombcr 10, at 8 A.M.
Thronelt Car
rrom COLUMBUS Wa Athens) to P0HT3M0UIH
Orer tbs Colambtu & Hocking Valley and
Marietta k Cinolnsatl Bail Eoali.
Going Eaat.
Ho. 1.
I.KAVR. A.M.
No. 3
r. m.I
S
8 5M
40S
4M
4 10
5 3K
Sn5
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Columbus,... 8 UU
Mroveport,... 8l
I.ancnstr,... 0 2H
ineiH'sier. . o
HngarOrovo. 9 4.1
liiigiin iuix
llaydenvlllo.io itt
Nelsoiivillo,..IU 4:1
Snllna Ufll
Athens llil
Going West.
No. 21 No. 4
I.I AVE. : A.M. P. M
Atlit)iia.....6:85l
l:iW
1:49
3:11
t-M
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8:1(1
DM
4:0H
4:18
4:53
ISnllna fl:fw
Nelsonvllle 7:1S
Miiydcuvlllo7:ft!
Loirun 7:411
HugarOroveRitH
Iiancaater . .8:85
W nclii'sler.:l
Groveport ..O:'.!
Uolumbut. .10:05
Cirmi flmR-nn AM. Train runs throuirll to
Portamouth without change, arriving at McAr
1 luir at at 1-2 :27 r. M. 1 anil Car forthe 1 :80 P. M.
Tnilu fi-ont PorMnioulh for Columbus arrivea
atMcAnhuratlsiK)7p. sr. ,
Clone connections made at Lancaster forClr
cluvillo, .nncHvllle.andall point on the Cin
cinnati .tMuskliiKum Valley Hallway.
Direct oonnoatton mane ai voinmou lor liny
toii.Bnrlngnold, Iiidlunapolls, CJiicngo, and all
points Went: also, for Cleveland, llulfnlo, Pitts
burg, Pullndolplilu, New York, and all points
dlHt.
Connections miuld at Tigan by both Trnlna
with all Trains for Rtraltitvillo and all ppluu
0utl1cStraitevllleIJra11e.il.
J. W. lIUIIMill,
Superlutendont,
E. A. Dueix, Oen'l Tlekot Ag'ti
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. "BEELINE."
Cleveland. Columbue, Clnelnrtatl and
indlanapona rtauway.
. 1. mm nvnAV Ht.M Hail, 1 07 i Ytita.
wnnniiinivr vtrj. lux a , iiij ....i.., "--
aengor trains Will lcavo COMJMDuS.nadar.
at pmou nnmon ooiow, n umuws .
HtHtlona. No. 8. No. 4. No. fl.
Columbus 11(10 SBi 400 BB Sli3um
400pm
7:40 5 111
10:Xipm
1 :) a m
1:S0 am
4:10 pm
7:(Mam
7:(.i a in
2:80 pin
11:1)0 pm
Creatllno. l:l(ipiu
8 :45 a III
Cleveland :Wp m
Krlo ,...7 KB pin
Dunkirk H-.Mpm
Itulfalo. 10:l pm
Nlagiira Falls.... 1M ant
IleiTiestor 1 :l a m
Albany A: 15 a m
7:H0am
10:M)am
H :06 pm
l:Mlpm
4:45 pm
BKMpm
1:50 am
11:00am
Itostnti B ;( p ir(
Now
yorn city
.0:00 p in
11:1111 p ill
6:80am
aaLi'lumcngnr trains rcmrning arriT n w
Ininhii) at: am, 12:20 pm, 1 p nt, and H
" leaving Coliimlnis at 2:2S a m,on
Bunday, rttus tlirough without detention, by
both Krlo and New York Central lini ways,
arriving at NoW York on Monduy morning at
o'cloclc
Thethrougli Car from Portsmouth fW Alh.
ens to Cohu tlrtis over the Marietta A Cincinnati
nnrf thn IV itimtnia Iloclciiiif Vnlli'V Hall-
roada, which posses MoArtlmr atU:S7 pm., and
kll nllfnr trnlna cm t hn OollllllblS A llwklllg
Valley itallrond. iitako close ronnootlmis at
Columbus Willi Trains Ho( il and Io. f on tne
l.lt.,11 l.lnn.'
For jnirt.lciilar Information In regard to
throngli tlekctN, timo. conneotloiiSi etoy to all
points rJaatj, WeKt, North and Hmith, apply to
or address F. lTOIllJ,Ooliiinuiis(i;iiio.
K.8. FLINT, Onn. Hiipeilutondent
JAMHH PATTliHBON,
(nn. Agent. OnhuribuR, O.
C(iKNK KOUII,
, PaKsoiiger Agent, Columbus, Oi
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILL tCOTHE, OHIO.
Proprietor.
THIS HoteUa f"w feet' from the Rnllrond
Depot an W where all trnvelera upon all
enlamelahd thoroughly repaired, pnlntwl,
cflpnou orgmwim, -TrnlnH atp ten
u tea for meals. ftgrtficKMH modkrath.
mitt in iiiiw m crinipii'ie oruar for llie rc-
min-
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr. I.T.HOXAHAN. . ' Proprietor.
THIS lion ae, formerly the Mi Atti Honae, has
lioen thoroughly renovated nliil beauU
fully hirniHherl. Ilavtiig auperlor raellltiea,
everything will be done tntifake gunata com'
foruilile. Tnble alwaj-a alipplinifwlth beat
market afford. Mcelv fiirnUli.nl p,........i
clKaneet Bh1 (od Rtilhln. Evervm.rt
made for thecomfort ofpatrohi. All ehurcei
moderate.
MERCHANTS HOTEL.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. Wt VARllt, - . Froprotor.
THIS TIoM la ill the moat convenient par
of tho olty oil front Htroet, between Mnr
kotanilJem-rsiih.
PHYSICIANS.
S, W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN-'AND SUBS EON.
HAMfiEN, OHIO.
Ai.LCASf entrusted to him will receive
liroinnt and parnflil At.nflnn f Mn.i.i.
fees. )KfICI--Oii Main tit. ..
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN,-, AID ST7 EG 20 II
1 1 WiUiesville,' Ohio.'
N i . T "entlnlortt tlie perfonnane of Bar
Office with it. rr m.ihin tV r
K"ai irperuuons.
building. " '
la Boreas'
ATTOltirXYS
1. DANIEL JS, DANA, .
ATTORNEY AT 1-Atl,-
McARTMUR, O,
J. M. McQl LLIVRA V,
McAltTlIUJl, oniO.
WWA, attend promptly to any bltalfieaa
eiven to Ills enre mwl mmiiurpmuii in
any Court of Vinton and adjoining countlea.
Office 1 n the Court House. 1 j-tf
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law ani Notary Pulilic,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILL attend all legalbualnewi entrusted to
liiMcaro. Hupply of Hlank Doeda and
MortgageHalwayH on hnnd. Office No. 12
Wuat Wing llulnbridgo Hlock.
tf
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY A.T IiA."W,
mcAJtxiiui&,
(ovriru, formerly occupied by D..S. DaHa.)
riLL prattle In Rosa, Vinton, anil adjoining
counties. All leval business entriutwl in hU
core paoiuptly attended to.
83-tt
D. B SHIVEL.
ATTORKET AT TiJiTW,
If I t- rr w r '
JJlCAltiJlUJt, U1UU.
Will atlnnd nromntlv in Mil 1no.nl hnainu.
entrusted to hid cure In Vinton nnd adjoining
counties, Offick In the Itecorder'aOftice.
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTO 3a2Sr3n"X? JlT XjATW,
M'ARTHUE, OniO.
OFFICK 1st noon West of Dan. Will A Broa.
Kspoclal attention given to tha colter.! Inn
ofclnitns. 18-1 v
MARBLE WOBXS.
B. S. HIGOINS & BRO.,
Mannfaotarers of
MARBLE MONU3IENTS,
TOMS STONES.
MANTLES, FUSNITUIiE, ic, &c,
iiOO-A-isr, Ohio,
COOT) assortment of SLirblo- constantly on
J hand. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Done to order In the finest style. SI
INSURANCE,
O. D. HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
REPRESENTS the following
F1KK INSURANCE COMPAIIIE3i
.-ETNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UNDERWRITERS, JNowYorlc.
HOME, Columbus. . - -.
MERCHANTS', Chicago. .
FRANKLIN, West Va.
And tho following
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY:
NATI'N'L LIFE& HOME, of N. York.
. Policies Issued on reasonable terms.
Mcdonald lottridge,
County Surf eyor, & Conveyancer,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
WILtiattend to all business entrusted to his
care.
Dentistry
. Dr. S. S. I10LLIS0N,
ID US TXT TCIST,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
f 3 tfovr' firercd for nil Kinds 6f tctttnl
jl worst, which ne win 00 1 ,
from 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
than any Dentist !u 1'luton or any of the nd
ifilnlnu iiniintif.a.
11 Im work shall all give snt'sfnetion, Call nod
sos him.
t NOTHING SO, GOOD AS v
DR. .WEAVER'S MEDICINES.
t o.- Humors
PTirVwcitu i ' ' '
aLoinplc ariumph in 'wndlcutlhir II
mors, of nlT llnds, from tlie human vatcm.
'a invniiiHiiie Mefllr nei linre m
yearn attic,
cons. TlicC
niey were iiitromicocl to the Mil, lie some mI
f-IrAJelt ""J'eeO wtth entlna sue
niiw,nao,(i;AL,T hi ki
fr bllt'tlll cvniii,
tlie ( KltATK
!' mpiu-Hkia, to anrfacv. hrn
..ju ,uu,rnnny, wnien cicaiifpa the Blood.
TK la applied., Pxteriinlly, arid all
rdetr,iv.l n...iii. .. , ... "
erupilcina are riest
Jm-ir AHTONIHHINO KHUma. I
mil.li... r .;?Y!?SaV-la
But It has been renorredtn Tin. Wfavi-k'b
SYBupan,) CkltATK to.chleve w int. (nndmhe
bin 135$ XXL "lrtc,l " "'
briiiiantttlttlnilh ret achieved bv anvmcdl.
cine ever introduced to t.H An,
mora, (of Mumm fAM. ..
riimpiy TMPfltian ther tu.rr.Pn.
ti ..a. viiut promise ,
i fB arid hotwithatandhiir the
intijurt-iun of uie
aratlons to tho n.,i
"'. nrW ahd wondi-rflil nrou.
and Ce'ilte kocD atea,lifv ,m
Mc. the Halt Rhcltni Kyrup
'Iff ? I W ti thVidlih h ' EX
;ew propanitlona, we
riT' V '"1"' ,J lnl ,n' IDA. public are
well ii nwo. fort loin.inHd in ..n .o... .L.
roniitrv l,n... i.V. '"M,' Vi
other 'rMnedfc. ihnve SySIfuilK."
linvtl )in..n l.u
cm, ttflor all
'iSUSNATt,
IAD m A m. i '
let era.
OHIO
1K. J. H. STIJOWO.
R. s. wilcox cb.,
H. ('. wrr.sox, '
II. n.lllSH0I'AP0N,
SfcArihuf i
Iloindenj
Wllkeavllle.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE,"
Words of a Reliable Druggist,
.
Allen's Lung: Ilttlsnin,
r"H2fr?ntP(1,tohr!,nk rnoat trohbleaoine
. ,J'V.,n ,,(r"h'y Hhert time, Tb"re TnS
Hon, CouBhs.-Coidi;; AsVhni'ai CMu 8Ump-
U' AUTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
rr acts os Tns uver i
WhfcU makes It mote than a Cough Remedy
READ THi tfOIiLOWING :
JfA'Ri'N)iCiTY,Mr'e',i'. ,JtrlTJ7 .1S70.
. J. X , HAKlifUA Cff.,-L.)car Sirs r 'aS
l.ung unlsaiii lias arrived. I would not' like in
...... uiinur iHiiiauinittlon
cciiiauinption was seated
""' VF- J,,w 8 '"l very bad state. I tried
M w" recommerwetr, and aprnt
a n muoi money, anil spot nft hcl'. fhi
...
nnthing
Without
v.l J. lIIIIK
without itiinwii "ny.'i
I
ouinuin lor aiwe, but I kn
him I could not sell a lirfri'oha i Tn? Toftta.
alKjut. llenrgftlmetotryitrnVsulf,. fdida.?
and to my grateful' sufprfse the flrst bottte
stopped my cough, and befo,o the third bottle
was taken my Lung, were honied -arid well, and
I can now apeak knowingly to my friends and
customers of Uic qualities of Allon's Lung Sal'
sum. I remain respoctfully,
. , , L. C. COTTHEL;
A bottle. hen rriih.nvnnritnA A . .
IT IB. HAEMLESS idi1 THE MOST DELICATB
uniuui
IT CXO'TAINSKO oriuxwAyYronxi
It Is sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere.
cATj-trioir.
!o not be deceived, yon who wnnt a good meW
IHiio, nnd desire "A0n, Luu AiA,imV Snclt
allnw tiliprliiclptcd dealers to nell v on other tlftl
m?,?!',1, ' ft ALIEN'S LCNO Bi L8Att
111111 you wi 1 iiutethe best cough.rcmedy otrered
lomepuuiici anaouo timtwin
tton. .1 v 11 1
iiedy olfered
ive Rfttisfrto-
u niur win give snti
,vf . N. HAHU18 i, CO.
Bole Proprietors, tincmiiatl, 0.
. W. BIBSOX r.irfh..4.
IvaBAMSl
nu. .1 b. mtoNO,
Q5 It. 8. WILCOX & BRtf.
II. C. WILSON,
11. U. BIBUOP A SON,
'
lltmd.n;
M
Wllkrtvlll.
1)8-1
TIIEA-NECTAU
18 A PURE
with SeS f Mutator.
Wnrrantad to suit all taaies.
tor ttiU erermchtre. And for
aio wnoifaale only by the
UliKAT ATLANTIC A PACIF
IC TKA CO., H Church St., N. Y.
1-. u. iioj aim. Bond ror That.
Nactar Circular.
CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PBEPARED BY DE. WELLS.
The most tmnortant dlscnvcrr of I ho aire I. this
wondorful HKALINO and CLEANSINO apent for
all dlscaaca or wvakness ofthn IlKHPIKATOltr OK.
OAN9, SOKK TII KOAT, SL'DUKN COLD, UOA P.HB
ntS3, UATAKKH, AS1IIMA, or th
Throat, or WlnilnlDO. diaeaw of Ike Lunoa and far all
Irritation of lb tnocuons mambrane.
Ad vocalists and nubile sneakers who sneak ami
alng without effort, use these Tablets, their effect in
clearing tho voice Is simply astonishing u can be
shown by numerouicertllicales. ....
Dr. Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
act directly on the mnruons membrane and sbonld
be promptly and freely taken la all exposure or vio
lent ciisnge of weather, ss they equalise the circula
tion ot the Ulood and thus ward OS all tendanav tn
olds and Lnng dllnculty; - -
1 no iroprioiorawould say, sit Ural siass medlolDts
have Iheirlmllatlons, and (hey would
PAin IfSM th8 Pno,,e egalnat Imposition by
UnU I lull baflngottier medicines tbruatupoa
them in pluco of these admirable Tablets.
J. Q. KELLOUU.84 PLATTST.. N. Y. SOLE
AGENT.
HOLD Y DRrOOI8T9. Price 26 cents s box.
nETTINO MAP
J idling Mon. on grunt fcliOlALKYl
AHL'Hl5.H,wbloh Interfere with MAHUIAUK
with euro menus of relief for the Jarring and
anil
Unfortunate, rliseated nnd dobilitntcd, Bent
free, In sealed envelopes. AddrcSH, HoWaHD
AtMOClATlON, No.il B.NlnthSU, I'hlludelphla,
a. . . UUA
SHORT iIIAND.
" GUIDE TO SHORT HAND"
10 Cents Postpaid, Address
GEO. J. HANSON,
&7 Pork Row,
. NEW YORK,
! BTEEEOSCOPEa, .
'"' ... YiewB, ., ; ; - . ''' . ..... -v ,1,
Alburns,
Chrm,
, rtaines, .
. A It. T- ANTHONY ft CO,,
. teal broad-Way, new york.
Invite tho attention Of tho f rttrlo to their efin
aivo nasnrtment of tin, hIioVa immi. ,.r ia.im..
ptwitcoitm, mamaaurtanu tmporUillon.
Also, 1
Photo tantera Slides .
. s ' Mil
flraplioic'dpes
New VieWs ef Yosefiiite. '. ,
. , Ei 4 ti t. ANTH6NY A CO.,
;' ;- (Bl Bhf)AtiAf , Nsw Yeas',
Opposito MolrOpolHrn Hotel,
tkKiirrisAbiAiWAOTbii"br 'J'.'T
KiotOEiraTJmd Matorialsi 8-Cm
Enildolph C. Watkins' EstateY
Probata Cpurt( Vlntort County. Ohio.
NOTCB is Hereby given that HANSON FOX,
iat.m " 1 "!tr,tfof tlieenlmnot Randolph u.
.V.Vw .j "I(K Herein Ills account
v .... .mu miareinr partial settlement 1 nnd tin.
Uieaiiiiie a settorheurlng tin the fld day 0
J'"' I81.1',. . mayo:
March S, imi -(I t'rohule au'liif,
PRSSESSSI
u
;
Prond liHrt's and lofty mdxin
tain-inre alVnvv
, - " --i awo .
ind:tAterjgih fey the . jihtfat
fi'nd expei;i6n6e of iUriir :; ;
itkti mitckih tati thi
people who change the(ir mifi'dp
ofteft' Avvef a 06d 6np;
None do iU "dfijiftorlc
rrror6' ffcctnallf AMh (hose'
wTi6f66ient fteedW effvisidn
amtoig fh$ pe6);, of Qo&. ;
All ol'i'd' hence' 6t 66fittkriM
canonty afisfe froflr it feme 6f
God's Imvoi recbncfKfiti6d
through the tie&tmtfi t
verv pinnpf fit HnAa
t - j , w vv M VIVA,
will 6tmd,8eIf-c6Wemnted r he'
will leihnde.16 own: fbat -htf
knew hetlti and- djtf ;wots&
Internal tfivnfonff nmnhof i(t
memliers of hrjst lvd -6i1tf
wounded trisr cMSe than 11 thrt
external4 al!tacks 6f earth- ot'
Thffw6itc on. llie- frWaifr
and StfaiisyjllW raiTfCrnd ir pr"ov
Malcolni &.Bro Tof Kewart
uave :,; inncn 4lliCl? CODUfflCB : tor .
make the ttrmiel' throtfglf 'jf'ffAv
nel,, Ililllriienr '. gomersei- hi '
A5-,
John IveW, art'estftt '(ftt &
ctarge of bastard,, referredl '
by a jrHed6ao,.was'd
charged' by tnff Alacrf ef'.oj.;.
ufiYbu'n, lasf weeft, on thff 'grotrnnf
thsrttfnrJer trier staffjfc' Etk&
chaige ffiatte by 1tiSniedi xf&: .
man. nrtt. rfivnrOAit . fifktii i lw -,
------ 7 - wa vwv as van aivii
husband, Could noU be ' consid '
eredv . V " ' , .'. ,
It is 8afd m fsew York iti$b '
GfefleffclSefeetteir will not go1 Ut '
Igranct at ail, oiv if he' t&esf '
will only feftain of it shoft
time, to rettfrrr aftfd enter trpon
tne isortnern I'ficiiie lialilfoatl ;
Compahy,- vfrotth $23,(100 pet .
an nu to,- wbi Ch ftas tieert otteredl
riinV hir .Tar 11
of the road.
"Wives from tfiree diAtereni
States cJafm Radical scalawag
South Carolina Congressmen
Boweii. Thirty-odd States are?
yet to be lieard from. How" is
that for polygamy
Grant declares himself in fa
vor ot reaeeming tne national
character ftoW. if the Presi
dent tvotild cofnmence doing
tvoTks looking to the redemp
tion of his own ve would have
more faith in him.
It Is astonisbiDg what an ef
fect ''Congress in Session" has
upon labor. As 'soon as Con
gress begins, bo great is the?
dread ana uncertainty of tho
business comfnunity. that all ;
sorts of enterprises are com ;
pressed labor is suspended, in
dustry slackens at the very
prospect of the opening of a
session, and nothing is doner '
again till Congress adjourns.
Everv t)emocl'ftt wfintu fi .
crnnr!. h?rrlntnn1 TlomAffatJi
paper for nis wife, and child
en to read. The atmosphere
of home should' be kept purely
Democratic. .Train tip,, the.
children In. the tvajr they should f
go, and when they arrive at
maturity it will be an easy mat
ter for them to keep clear of
the false (rods constantly beinsr
set op by the Undicals. Only
$2 a year for the Enquirer.
S
IIEKII l 'S SALE.
Stai qf OhiD, f fnfoa CVurt'i. "
Mary Istmb, I'lalntlff,
. . agnlnst . 1
dolln li. Rovuretk al. DnfBnifilHbl, .
In Vinton County Court of ComntOd Plfrtii Or.
aer 01 oaii
Purstmht to lite eorttmnndrtf tt rtf.lff nt nla'
laaueu irom tne -onit on iininion Fleas or Vln
ton county, nnd to me dl rfCted as Hll.lflff ol said
ooanry.i win on.
Court House:, In til
coubty, Ohio, on
oodnty.I will ofl.irfcir sale nt the door of the)
Court House:, in tilt tdwn of McArltttir. Vinton.
Monday, the JOth Day it
April, A.JJ. 1871, ,. .
at Hie hour or 1 o'etrtck K it. bf said day. .frtf .
following described preriilsesi it-wlii '
beRhiiiing at. tlio Corner Sj.lno at the nrthJ
r.i corner ni ttuc-iAit number f our M.I Irs
ll.ilil.l.,.' A.I.IUInM lit .1... ,nn. f U ... .
tlu cuiinivof Vinton, and State ol'()ht, th.
Aim tion Ml tuu town or hami m
running tino rrnt to th lbMit Urouurta bl Iba
thunce With their
Marietta A ClnclnnnU linilroad UirttyHH 1
lielr 1 tie to the North. lfji airf.er
ofsnid Deiot Urdlthdsi thence East W jonnel
the NorthFjiHt eotacr
Tnrrllttt tlit-nrd Mouth to the pine of begla
ning, containing alMaitTbree-fiittrtll Of an acre, '
more or less, liccortllng tu Uia
which lot 18 erected a
I'lst, ot.
TEAM FLOURING MILL.
Tilktfn is the nroptirty Of iofc'H B. 'fte, Bl a.
.tii
v
to satisfy a 4ud
tiiwil uf tho ior.cluiuJjobrt Id
ravor or I
r Mary Ijamb.
Wlari
autnt
iutatsi
freni duy of iais;
Itft.fioW'flt.
i.ti Clark. myt$?mkm
MariH.lWisl.yfM. , . ,,,,,
, Estate jtrJfii:ciniaH Ueacli.
cnuiits In theomce of tin I'nilinlii Court of Via'
tlillt.'OUIity, Ohio. Airflniil settleiiiAiit .aM,! th.
Thltila 0 Bai .-Ouo lmir eaah bk ha
anlet aid one. half In al iii.illi. Lm. 1.
- -. n.,f..jii
Probate Court; Vinton County, 0.
NOt'CB is.iieroby given that Ctl Attt.Kf
lYTBAlufAC.AN.Admlnlsthiinrora
of Jerainlnli Itt.Heli .Iween.e,! li. iil...i ki- -l.
he hearing Is set forthe tlth day of April, A. I.
Ht . H. ii. Ma vo,
March Ul,l71-4t 1'rolmtli Jielgrt,

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