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I'UIILIHIIEI) KVKKY WKDMKHDAY 11V
X. "VC". Bowon,
EDITOK AND J'li.Jl'ltlRTOH.
OFFICE In becoml . Story of Howell's
llulldlng, NortU HUlo of Main Btreet, E.wl
Court Houso.
- Terms of Subscription.
On oopy, uw year,... .?! Ml I One eopy, 8 nio..$l
One copy, months ... 18 Ono copy, 4 mo. .
If not putil within tiro year , 2
i Cllnb of Twenty JM
Tho i(W()(i('(((fo Rtqittrtr rrenlates FltKK OK
l'OKTAOK within the limits of Vintim County.
A failure tn notify a ilieontlniiiica at tlio ami oftlio
(lina aiihacrlNid fur, will bo takes aa knew eagagvinent
Or aiih.erii'ln.i.
Advertising Hates.
ftfTlieapi'ioe.eiiilil l.y Slinea of tlila (Nonpareil)
trim slmll o mitt line a iqniire.
line e,niire,nne wuek if I U0 Onaarpiere.ll weeks 82
IyHi inlilliiunid Initiation Insertion
All mluTtlslmt for a ahnrter porlod than three
Wlmtlia, aharawl at Ilia above rut pa. '
Leifal Ailviritsemonla $1 IKI per square for firrit
Invrtlon; mil "i0 ocu por square, fur em.li aililllloiuil
iii4ir9ioH.
Kale atol Figure Work SO cents sililltlonal.
II mas', 0 mn. f 13 inn
Uno anna's. t HO t 6 00 8 8 Oil
, ywoMiturM, S IKI J 00 10 00
Three a.iii ires, 7 Oil tOO J2 00
Fortran ii in, II OH 1 1 00 16 00
ix imh's lo oft nm en on
l column, 14 00 ?aiM 27 00
J J col H ma, In 00 ' H0 44 011
OneciilHinn, 11 1 Oil 41 Oil to) 00
RnMnow Cnnla, Wot eveeeiHnc (I Mites, it par year.
All lil I In ilim on llro Inner) Inn of ml vortiwinniit.'.
ltlll. wild regular alVerlUora i lia ! qnartery.
liudueis NntUtoH III cents t linn: Marriage Noll
i-aiiroriliii( to iho liberality of the parties. Death
Niiticv. hen.
Notices of Runaway Vlvca or lltiisbanils double
price.
Vearly alvorllnora autllli'd In quarterly changes.
AilvertU'iiieats not iiilitif)i.u nrilered, will lu eon
tlnile.il until ordorud discontinued, and cliargvil accord
. Inly
R.'llelom and OlmrPaWa Noftoes free.
LOCAL AFFAIRS,
GE0R9E P. EOttELL & CO.,
40 Prak Row, Now York,
-anh-
S. M. PETTINGILL & CO.,
37 Park Row, Now York,
Am our hums Agents In tli:it i'Ua, find oro
authorized to contract for advertising ul out'
lowest rates.
For pure Drugs yo to Strong's
Drug Store.
NoTimk to nK Lost. In tlio Incipient stujros
ofGiiiisniiiptiiiiii the llrst Hrmiitouis is ueneral
ly n lini'kliiK'iiii'.i. pains In lliui ln'st, illllii'iilly
l brunl liinjr, oiopprcMi.oii of tlio limn. Siniiii
tliiug slliml I hodnliu ill. ont o lo check t lu''u:;ll.
ollny mill hen I llvi Irritated pnrtM. Allen's
I.uiiK IliiMiini will break tip tlio coiitrh iu itn
Incredible mIioiI time; also prevent the liiriiiu
tlmi of tulirn h'H. Whom tulii'ivlra uro mie.o
loniinil, tlio ilicnse Is lnti'd tocliro. Korsnlc liv
nil Moilliilnn Di'uli-rs. ulU-l V
For Fine Perfuinory, go to Sis-eon's
Drue Snn,
Goon at ali, Times. Dr. Henry's
Hoot and Plant Pills nro vegetable
unci can be taken nt uny and all
timos witliout regard to diet or bu
siness. lio(J-4v
Books, literary Papers and Magazines
for Sale.
Persona wishing a choico lot of
Books, Literary Papers or Maga
zines can bo supplied by culling at
tho Enquirer Printing Oflico, in
Bowcu's Building, East of tho Court
llouso. Among tho Papers aud
Magazines are tho following:
Now York Ledger ;
New York Mercury ;
New York Weekly ;
Young Folks' Uural ;
Star Spangled Banner;
Hearth and Homo;
Cincinnati Literary Journal ;
J'coplo's Literary Companion ;
' American Agriculturist ;
Phrenological Journal;
Atlantic Monthly;
Young Pilot;
Western Burul.'
Tho best Perfumory in McArthur
at trongs.
For the bent White Lead
lo to Strouf'ti I) ruff Store.
Printed Justice's Dockets
for sale nt this office. Come
and see them!
District Council.
The next Council of Scioto
District, comprising the coun
ties of Fnyette, lioss, Vinton,
Juckson, Athens, 'Washington
nnd Monroe, will convene at
l'leiisiint Chanel, in Vinton
county, on Friday, April 7, at
2 o'clock P. M. Those attend
ing the Council by way of
railroad will come to McArthur
Station, where conveyances
will be in waiting to convey
them to the Council.
JOSEPH NICHOLS.
Servioks iii tho Christian Church
noxt Sunday morning and evening.
Preaching by Kid. If. A. Pa luster.
Alien. Norms, formerly Sheriff
of Vinton county, is at Clark Fuis-
liaco, Stowurt Colmty, Tonn. May
lio livo long and prospor woll !
Wk received u call a fow days
ngo from W. E. PkiciiKV, who for
merly resided in Knox Township,
in this county, but is at present
resident of Uurlingamo, Kansas,
whero lie is acting ns Agont for
Wostop Lands. Ho is now visiting
Ms relatives and frionds in tho Eas
torn part of this and tho Wostorn
pnrt of Athens counties. Ho can
give any Information about nl
kinds of lands, tho soil, climate, to.,
In many parts of tho West.
Stock Salk.-,S:iIos of all kinds
of liorsos, cattle, sheep, and hogs
will bo had on tho first Saturday of
each month, on tho Fair Grounds,
nt Jackson tho first sale to 'com
moneo April 1st, at 10 A. M. Per
sons wishing to buy or sell stock
should titlund these sales.
LOGAN.
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Oil Our way home from tho Cap
ital Oily, last Friday, wo slopped
and spent ono night tho firfit-in
our neighboring town of Logan
which ia situated on tho Hocking
River, tho Columbus & Hocking
Valley Kuilway and Struitsvlllo
Branch, tho Branch of thd Ohio
Canal, nnd tho proposed tralllpdlis,
McArthur & Columbus KallrrJad.
Wo mudo tho American llousb ttur
hoadqaartors during our short stay
in tho town. This House, situated
on tho north side of Main Stroct, is
kept by a very pleasant and kind
hearted old gentleman named John
Borland. Tho nouso, which has
become so popular under tho supervision
of this gentlemanly landlord,
who has very roccntly remodlod
and refurnished it, now afford as
good acconunodatiou as can bo had
at any houso in tho State An aux
iliary to this houso is tho Clerk,
our young friend, C. M. Sage, who
is always ready to wait upon tho
wants of tho traveling community
in that man nor, for which ho is cel
ebrated, and which is winning for
this house reputation;
Saturday morning wo rallod up
on our friend, and perhaps distant
relativo, Capt. W. M. Bowen, who
has tho largost and finest Hardware
Establishment iu Southern Ohio. In
company with tho;Captain, wo vis
ited tho oflico of tho Scntinet, and
wero introduced to C. I). Elder, its
able Editor, who was bard at work.
Not having timo to visit tho oflico of
tho Republican, our two friends ac
companied us to tho new Firo En
gine, which cost tho villago only
9,000, and which tho Firo Compa
ny had in charge Wo wero hero
introduced to F. Montgomery, Edi
tor of tho Republican, who was in
specting tho beautiful Engine
While lookingat that powerful fire
fighter wo wondered whether tho
villago of McArthur would ever
spend 9,000 for a Firo Engine
As tho train would bo duo in
twelve minutes, wo entered the
Omnibus, in chnrgo of Mr. A. Voris,
and wero soon nt tho C. & II. V. It.
R. Depot. Mr. Voris is a livo busi
ness man and takes good caro of all
passongors who put thomsolves in
his caro ; ho kcops a largo Livery
Stablo, and can supply thoso wish
ing to travel through tho couutry
with tho finest buggies and horses.
Wo didn't like to leave so good a
placo as Logan, but wo shall visit
tho place again soon when wo "have
longor to stay."
II. C. Miller, Assistant Assessor
Internal Bcvonuo for Vinton and
Jackson counties, will bo at the
Ilulbert House, McArthur, on tho
3d, 4th and 5th of April, 1871, to
wait upon taxpayers under tho In
ternal Itevcnuo laws. No general
canvass will bo mndo of tho county,
but thoso liablo to tax will bo ox-
)ectod to comply with tho law
without further notice Blanks will
bo supplied, and every reasonable
assistanco rendered.
Mr. Mileer will also bo atZales-
kt on tho p. st. of tho 5th and the
a. m. of tho 6th of April, and at
Hnmden, (at Jackson ouso,) on
tho aftornoon of Gth inst.
All persons having an Income in
1870, abovo $2,000, and all persons
engaged as Itetail Liquor Dealers
and Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars,
will ploaso remember this notice
Thoso who havo alroady mndo re
turns for special tax to Mr. JUper,
ato Assistant Assessor, need make
no further returns.
The American 2otel, at Co
lumbus. As a matter of convenience
to tho peoplo of this and adjoining
countios, whoso business rcquiro-
monts rendor it noccssnr' for thorn
to visit Columbus, (which they can
now easily do at littlo expense now
that tho Columbus & ocking Val-
ey Railroad is complctod,) wo havo
inserted in this papor tho card of
tho American 7otel,situatod on tho
cornor of Jigh and Stato strcots,
nearly opposito tho Stato Jouso,
aud thorcforo commond tho JZbtol
to tho pntronago of all for all com
ing timo. It is woll known that tho
groat dbjocis to bo dosirod in trav
eling is first-class hotol accommoda
tions; and nothing inducos so much
comfort, caeo and plcnsuro, as to
keel at home in public houses.
Now, thoro aro a numbor of Iiotols
in Columbus, but tho Amorican is
tho quoon of thorn all. Tho ordor
and promptitudo with which its
good managomont moots tho wants
of its immonso patronago Is sitporb.
It Is eminently a peoplo s houso,
and Mr. E. J. Blount, tho proprie
tor, is a most worthy gentlomnn
nnd ono of tho most' ngrocnblo and
accommodating landlords in tho
country. And tho twoyoang Clorks
in tho oflico T. J. Martin and II
Cash att nro as am table and ac
commodating ns any guost can do
ff iro to havo them. Itomombor tho
Auiiri'im when you go lo Colum
bia !
The Very Latest and Most
Important News.
Of course you all wish to
hear the latest news of import
ancc. Well, at the House ot
Dan. "Will & Bros., can he
found the most beautiful Goods
ever brought to this market at
this season of the year. They
cau supply you with anything
you may need choice Family
Groceries as well a3 nice new
MMIMBMHMBMai
For Ayer's Medicines, eu to G.
W, Sisson's.
Just Arriving.
We stopped off at Zalcski,
ast Saturday, on our return
from Columbus, and dropped
into the House of Will & Co.,
and found the clerks busy
opening the New Styles of
Spring Goods which were be
ginning to arrive. It is not
necessary for us to say that the
assortment was both complete
and cheap.
Go to St roup's for Tobacco.
To Farmers and Everybody
Else.
The attention of the people
of this and adjoining counties
is directed to the advertise.
tnent of Lantz & Pearce, deal
ers in Hardware, Stoves, Agri
cultural Implements, and man
ufacturers of every description
Tinware, in to-day's paper.
They can now furnish the peo
ple far and near with anything
their line Plows, Plow Points,
Mowing aud Heaping Machines
and all kinds of Il.av Forks.
Rakes, Scythes and Snaths.
i. v . j
Iocs, Shovels, aud everything
used by farmers, and anything
in the Hardware, Tinware, or
Stove line. Head their ndver-
isement aud goandseo them
forthwith.
A Boautiful Assortment of Bocks
and Stationery at Strong's.
Blank Bonds. Wo havo printed
a fino lot of Blank Bonds for all
Township Officers, including Super
visor 8 Bonds, which aro for sale
cheap. We can furnish anybody
with any kind of blanks.
Notice to Stock Owners.
Wo nro proparod to print bills for
II owners of Stock norscs at very
ow prices. Corao and see cuts,
samples, &e, and learn prices.
Waldo Murray, lato Clork in
the Auditor's offlco, is down in
Tcnncsflco looking around among
tho natives.
The sovcro frost last Friday night
slightly injured tho roaches. Peach
trees aro now in bloom.
Among tho curious quostions
brought boforo tho Postoffico De
partment was this : A wifo directed
tho Poslmastor to deliver her lottors
to no ono but hersolf. nor hus
band ordered that they should bo
put iu his box, ns ho claimed tho
ight to road thorn. Tho Depart
ment decided that tho letters must
bo dolivorcd to tho porson to whom
they aro addrcssod.
A Good Hair Restorer at Strong's
for 50 cts. a Bottle,
Laborer Wanted. A good and
steady laborer, who wishes employ
ment by tho month or yoar, can
find employment by applying to
Egbert Bowen, Zaloski, Ohio.
It is as well that two things
snouia oe oornein nnna in
reference to the troubles in
in South Carolina; first, that it
is no Ku-Klux aflair but a con
flict of races, brought about by
tho negro militia firing upon a
party of citizens.
Geo. D. Ilebard has retired
from the Gallipolis Bulletin,
and we infer from his valedicto
ry that the publication of the
paper will bo suspended. AVe'
regret to hear it.
Charles Worthinccton for
killing Thomas Floyd, at Lau
rel Furnace. Ky in Juiy last,
after a tedious trial at the
Greenup Court, last week, was
...i. i ii i
acqumeu, tne jury Doing out
but hve minutes.
Tho Paper, the new Demo
cratic journal at rittsburgh,
lias susyjenuea puoncation, al
ter naving sung a large amoua
of money.
Garden and Flower Seeds,
of all kinds, for Sale at this office.
Call and soe thorn.
Foundry for Sale.-
A PouNDitr, doing a very large Imnibess', lit
noted in Southern Ohio, Ik offerfMt for into on
account of a dlsugrocinmit but e'on partners.
A one-hull' or the Wholo Interest In KhIiI Fonmlry
will 1)0 Sold at. k bargain. Parties' dealrlngfur
tlior information, cnu obtain It by correspond
ing with tho Killtorof fft'tftrfr', McArthnr.O,
ScptomlK'r2S.lHT0-ir.
Job Work.
We have just received a large
uipyly of Cards, Note Head,
Letter Heads, Bill Heads, En
velopes, etc., which we will
print for merchants and busi
ness men in good style at reas
onable rates. Bills posted and
Circulars distributed at reason
able rates on application at this
ollice.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson's.
Notice to Stock Owners. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Deo. fi5, 1870, Trains will
run OBiollown:
a
;fl
S .
. 1
C 3
12
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a 4, a 4
3
22 ! ! : : i : 2 ! : ! i ! ! ! i i : i i i
lIll'SSSS SS'SS2SS?S235SS
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flfi?tiM-5ai-20
CINC'INSATI KXPRE-W will run dally.
AllnthorTraliiii flnllv, oxnent Sitmluy.
CINCINNATI KXPRKMH KAST lnultCH no
stop bctwnon Hitindon uud Allii'im.
Portsmouth Branch.
Mall. Accommodation.
1.50 p.m. :Ooa. m.
l.BS " . 7.0(1 "
4.B5 " 10.M "
7.50 A.M. 12.10 P..
10110 ' 4:W "
10.fju " 6.10 "
Dep. Mnmdnn
Jiickiton
Ar'T. PortHiuoiith
Hop. PorlanioutU
Ar'v. .TnokKon
Iliiinduu
Trains Connect at Loveland
For all nolntson the Littlo Minini Rnllrnnil. and
at tho InilinnjipoIlK A(;iucitinittiRuilro:id Junc
tion for all points west.
W. W: PEABODY,
llatUrof Trantporlation;
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
Throueh Car
From 00LUMBU8 (rla Athens) to P0RT8M0DTH
Otu th ColtunhM Hooking Valley and
Marietta & Oinolanatl Ball Roads.
Going East.
HO. 1.
I.KAVK. A.M.
Columbus.... 8 00
(Jri)venort.... 811
winnnestur.. nii
Laiicwiter.... 2tl
Sugar Orovo. 9 43
liOgan ion
llnyilonvlllo 10W
Nelsimvillc.lOt
Snllna 1105
Athens 11 So
Going Weet.
No. 21 No. 4
I.CAVK. A. M.I P.M
Athens 6:S5 1:80
Siillna....'..6:'i
NolaoilVille 7:18 8:11
HavilenvlllcT:-' i:M
Iioian.:.. ..7:411 S:43
SiiarOrove8:18 3:10
liimeoHter ..ti;s: n:m
Winchcater .9:1 4:0H
Uroveport . 0:20 4:18
Coluiuhus..l0:0o 4:50
r.n tlio ft. m A. M. Train runs tbrnilirll to
Portsmouth without chance, nrriviiiK at Me Ar
lllur fc Ul i";m 1 . 1 mn. vi. ... -
Train from PorWnmulh for Coluinbus arrive.
a lnArllnil.nl..ill7 P. y.
.1 ..a 1...11 n i. , ,..,,1 1 .. w r.v iim 1 .an en.
Closo connections made at T.ancatnr forClr-
cluville,7i.incsville,anilnu ioints 011 1110 tiu
cinnnti Muskingum vuncy naiiwny.
ikiroit.f niiiiiinf.t.iiiii inniln at Cnliimbiia for Dav
ton.BprinRtlcld, Indiannpolia, Chicniro, and all
Dointa West: also, for Cleveland, liultiilo, l'itta-
r ..i.ii...i..l..l.l XT...H V..-1. . .l nil ....Inta
intra, i niiwicipmi., iwii " iiu.i.vo
V.iisf.
Oonnoctions mode nt Lnptan by both Trains
with nil Trn ns or Htmltsvillo aim utt points
on the HlrulUvillc uranen. ,..,
! V. IIOIICKL I ,
Siiporiutendont
E. A. BUKLIi.Gon'lTiokotAg't;
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and after MONDAY, May 30th, 1H71, Pns
seiiKur trains will lenvo .'OIiUMHUS.andar
rtvo atpoinuiumeuuiow,iiai5.iwni ,
Htiii l.i i. N11. 'i. No. 4. No. ft,
Coluinbus IlilOam 4iOQpm 3:3Sam
Creatllnu l:lipm 7i4llpm l:4.aiii
Cleveland 3:50pm 10:mpm 7:M0ain
Krle 7 HK p ill liu in iu :) a ni
Dunkirk S:B0pm S:IWnm l!l:irpm
liiirrnli. HliHOnm 4:10 mil l:Bnnni
NiaKaraFalls....7:(im 7:00am 4:46pm
Rochester 1:30 am 7:05 am. B :0ft pin
Albany 0:41. am 2:30 pm l:R0am
ii.Kinn R:(Mnm IliSOnm ll:00ani
New York Cltv . . :00 11 m (1 :00 P m 6 :WI n m
Inniniriir ti'Alna returniiiir arrive at t o
liiiiibuBatO:Maiu. 12 :2U uiii.l p ni, ami 12:00
6" leaving Colnmlms at 8:25 a m,on
Hniiclitv. runs through without detention, by
arrlting at Now York on Monday niornlng at
The Through Car front PnrWnfoujh ! Alh-
imtw Krln and New York Central lliillwav
ens to t oininmis over inn miinovm vmiui.
..i at,., ininiiiiiiii Itni'Ulnir Vnllev Hall-
roaila. which passes McArthur at U:ST p m.. and
all nlluir t.rnln. on tin Gilllllllb'lN ifc llooklllK
Valley IlAllmnd. make cloao connection, at
Ooluinlmti wltli Trains o. and No. 4 on tho
Ulloit f .inn V
For pitrtloular Information In Wgard to
thmugh tickota, time, oonnootlona, etoi, to all
TwiiUa Eiutt. West, North and rtemth, apply to
K 1. m anm.r n .1 1.... lIV.li.
or aiurea i'i. rMivi,wiiiiiiiiiii,--'iii".,
K. 8. FLINT. One. Superintendent.
JAMES PATTKIWON,
(Ion. Agent. Columbus, 0.
LCiiKNEKOUD,
I'lisacuiicv AHuut, Ooluuibtts, Oi
Business OTcifbs.
bEPOT H6TEL,
CHILLICOTHE; &HIO.
M. MERKLE, Preprletor.
TIII8 rfofol, a f font frnhi (lie rtullronrl
DisfiHt arm wllorS nil truv.iliim unfit, nil
tniliiBcnn titkn nicnlN, Iikr Jimt boon greatly
onliw-Qwl and thoroughly ropiiircd, piitnttKl,
dra.,niirt In How In cnnrtlufr toiler for the tn
ceptltfH ofKovaUr rTrrtln ntop tort min-
lliomor mom. vtrTEIIMM MOHKHATK
I SHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Pr. I.TiMOWAHAW. rroprletor.
TIIW rtoltan.formerly tlio i,1,rini Honso.l.na
boon tlioniugllly ronovntod and boi ntl,
fully fHrnlKheil Hnvlim m.pnrlor fnoJl t "iS,
everytbing wl 1 bo done to lllnlce guotita com-
i.i.in.iin. iii mni, ,,), HtlmHll'd With bONt
mnrkotafTonln. Nleoly fiirtilHlied Rooin'a nnd
ciennm twtlH Hood ninhle. Kverv effort
lilli; otheCOrafort ofIWtroris. AllchnrgeH
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. Wi VARNER,
Propretor.
THIS Hole! la In the most convenient anr
,?!: VT Ti!'yu FroutmrBet,botwoa lSJ
PHYSICIAKS.
S. W. MONAHAN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SUBGEON,
JaAmDEN, OHIO.
Ai.IiCABES entriiMtcd to Mm w
prompt nnd careful ntlontiun, at i
fees. OKFIOK-On Main St.
ill receive
rtiisonnhle
J. C BISHOP, M. D.,
PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON
Wilkesville, Ohio.
SPECIAI, attention given to th performance of Stir
irn-al Onerntlnin.
Onico With II
hllllillmr.
H Biabop, M. D In BorTCaa'
ATTORNEYS.
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
McArthur, o.
J. M. McQILLIVRAY.
ATTOEUEY -A.T LAW,
iwotjwug Atigrny ox vinion uovntTJ
McAUTIIUIt, OHIO.
"tllfj. ntlond promptly to nny biislnnRs
. . tiriwi ii mn cum nun iiiitiiiionirnl in
any Court nf Vinton nnd iitlloiuina couiitloH.
urriuK iu tlio totu t House. la-tf
CHARLES W. GiST,
Attorney at Law and Notary PflMc
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILLatti'iHl nil legnlbitKlncfW ontrttK(etl to
hiaciire. Hupply of lllnnlc Docda nnd
MortpniroH iiIwii.vn on Iiiunl. office No. l'i
Went Wiug Duinlirldge llock. tf
U. S. CLAYPOOLE.
ATTOBKEY AT LAW,
JUCAitXHUK,
(Okfiok, formerly occupied by I). 8. Dana.)
WILL praatirn in Rosa, Vinton, anil arijoinlnir
CHlltltlflN. All ll.mil lill.tllltd. nnl.n.ln.1 M l.l.
oare paomptly altonded lo. 3s-t
D. B SHIVEL.
ATTOEITEY AT LAW,
Unt D'lMriTIl lillln '
iu-wtuiJiuiV, UIUU.
Will ntlond promptly to nil local bnslncM
entrusted tn
Ills cure in Vinton nnri nd.loining
ootintios. Of kick I u the Uecinlvr'n Ollico.
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTOE1TEY AT LAW,
M'AItTHUIt, OHIO.
( FPICE Iht poor WcHt of Dan. Will 4 Bros
of claims.
j Kspocial attention
glvon to tlio collodion
io-iy
MAEBLE WORKS.
B. R. HIGGINS & BRO.,
Mannfaoturers of
MAltBLE MONUMENTS.
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FVTENITUEE; &c, Ac.,
LOGA1T, OHIO.
"i HOD ARRnvtinnivt nf Mnriilb ontiKtniitlv on
KJ hand. All kinds of
Cemetery IVovfc
Done to order In tho finest atylc. 94
INSURANCE.
O. D. HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
REPKESENTS tlio following
FIIIE INSURANCE COMPANIES!
iETNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UNDE WRITERS, N.wYork.
HOME, Columbus.
MERCHANTS', ChlfiBfJO.
FRANKLIN, Wast Va.
Ami tlio following
LIFE INSURANCE COllrANYi
NATI'N'L LIFE4 HOME, of N.York.
Bfiy Policies Issued on reasonable term.
Mcdonald lottridge,
County Snrreyor, & Coieper,
Me ARTHUR, OHIO.
w
ILL attend to nil business entrusted to Ills
caro .
DENTISTRY
Dr. S. S. DOLLMSON.
DENTIST,
McARTHUR, OniO.
TS now prepnreil for nil Kind, of Dental
A. work, which lie win uu
From 10 to 25 .per Cent lower
than nny Dentist lit Vlutoii or any of tlio ad
Inl.iteiir i.nulltiru.
II t-4 work shiill all give satlafaclloit. Callund
se him.
According t the published
returns Of the ' revivals whhh
have prevailed In every c'oui JV
in the State oVer 10,0(X) per
sons have professed reltghh
this winter
KOTHIXG SO COdl) jtflj
DR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES
For Humors;
nPHhSE Invaluable Me.llcM uive nelilevo
A at omplote Trlmnpl, tw!,.n,,,
niora, of all kinds, from the In.mVn ivst em
They were in trod ..,.,.,1 i I !?".":"" m'
ycain since, nnd bavc lioeh used wit ciitlre.V.P
the OER AT E ia npplied oxternnny nii7 nil
aiqanVio
front Pnnacma'Hdown to Pill. ii L i, '
mors- bftnkru Way " ") ' ' "r Hu
But it hail been n wrved to Or Wvii
SVKl-i. an. CKHatk to nchievew (,,,w, ,2
ciremiiAtjincea,) nmv be rcirarfl . .i!. ' ?
Willlrint tr.'i,n,'i,l, yet acS "ny", S
ri.i?.i ' Simply beentme tlioy ncrrunn
what hey prom I no, Bud nntwltl " mi, J Tt7,5
liitrniliicllon of these now ami w. nVi!!ir..i " 1
nratlons to the nubile ihe 8.1? m,ZfulJ,ro
pe prctoarallona, we nav not a 4onPto
fortbeyhnvo Sure Re'fn'Mv to Vn nlfc t"i y'
viz.. Bb. Wravwr's ( nC'er w " k.y .?"!'
'ornti. .i.i. a... '""uin
... in
o. W. SISSON,
1L J. H M'rifiiHn
McArthur ;
ii
Ilnnidmt;
ii
Wilkesville.
U.S. WILCOX 4 CO.,
H. (7. WILSON, '
H. 11. BISHOP A SO.V,
IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Eeliable Druggist.
Allen's Lung Halaiii,
IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
IT ACTS OX THE LIVER I
Which mnkes It more than a Cough Remedy
HEAD THE FOLLOWING :
.1 N irAHfsnlSrC,T,,M, ,Ju,vSi;',87()-
.1. iM, II A Kit Id A CO.. I)ur Sil'8 t Tim 1 11,inu
I.n.iR : Balsam has arrWet I I would . ot like to
be without II, lor It has dated inv- lire I V,mk a
everything that wiw rwomnieudod, and apen
a Krent nenlor money, and got uo liel ViThiI
! .,.?."''n::.'",n BafsHn, foflle0. btiTt knew
.. in Ztil ' lerna. i nm noli ka to take it
S himi kWn n,oro ""'l1- i "! not sold
abottlo. Mhen yournirciitcallod on ... i T..1.1
........ ...n.... ...v b, y MIVHKII. IIIIMHO
and toinv icruteful anrnVu.. fi, ....
stpned my coKh, and In foio tne third hot e
was inki n my I.iinKa were honied nnd well nnd
1 can now siicnk knowliiL-lv in
eiistomorsof thotinulitloMif Alleii's Lung Bal.
I remain reapui tfullv.
I- C. COTTBEIj.
IT IS HAEMLE88 TOfTrT Mf8T DELICATE
CfilLD I
IT CXOTAIXSXO OMXJXAXYrOIllli
It Is sold by Medicine Dealers everywhere,
CATJTI03ST.
ioi.n,ri,1fir0,y.n.'!: Vl?" """wnnt a (rood tried-
nlVhl'y'SITATKici
lolhepublici and one that will Kivo Wiafac
t'on. .1. v. 11 ,1111m i n
Bole Proprietors, Cim lnnutl, 0.
FOR HA LB BY
p. W. BI88ON. MeArllnir
Hit. J. 8. STP.ONO. Meartnur,
S It. 8. W ILOOX & URO., Ilamilen-
II. 0. WILSON, ' Jiaimicn,
11. H. BISHOP ft BON, Wllkcavlllo.
n8-ly
TIIEA-NECTAIt
18 A PURE
BLACK TEA
with the 6Ve Tea Flaror.
Warranled to suit all taaiea.
For tutt evtrmchtre. And for
caie wnniraale only hy the
CHEAT ATLANTIC PACIK
ICTEACO.i HChurchSt., N. Y.
P. 0. Box 5506. Send for Tliea
Noctar Circular.
CARBOLIC TABLETS,
PREPARED BY DE. WELLS,
Tim most Important dlacorcrv of tho new Ia this
wonilorful IIKAL1NO and CLEANSING acent fur
all illwaai'S or wenkneaa of tha KKSPI KATOUT OI!
OAN8, 0KKTI1K0AT.BUI)I)KN COLD. HOAItBE
NESS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, DRYNESS of tlia
Throat, or Wlmlpie, diaeaae nf the Lungs and kr all
irritation oi me niucuoua nieinorane.
Ail vocallats and nubile w skera who sneak and
alng without effort, uae then Tahlata, their effort in
olearlnb the voice Is simply aatonUhlng as can be
sliown by numerous cottlacalcs.
Dr, Wtlls' C.-.rljolic tablets,
act dlrfctly fin the mneuoua memlirana and should
he promptly and freely taken In all exposure or vio
lent change of weather, as I hey eqijaliie the circula
tion of (hi liliifl'l and thus ward ou all tendency to
Nllil. .ml T.nncr ilinii.lllv.
The propr etora wou ul say, ail nrst class meillclnoa
.... .-.'.i.': i.-.i..... ...j a: . i.i
iihvu iuuii iiiiniikiuiia, nun mi-jr tiiiii"i
PAH! IflaJ "l0 I'"1'110 agntust Impnsltinn by
UnU I lUri baring other nieillcinea thtliat upon
them in pl.ee of these wluiiraMe T.-ilileta.
J. O. KbLLOGU.31 PLAIT ST.. N. Y. SOLE
AOKNT.
80LO BY DRUGGISTS. Price SBoenta. box.
rifeTTiNO
Ka Ymiug Men.
MARRIED. -??
for
AliCHKrt. which interfere witli M ARMAGH
uir Men. on irrcat MK 1AI, l'. ll.M null
eat MiL'iA I , r.
a'lth sure moans of relief for the Hrrltig nnd
cnrortunate. Uisoaaea ami norimiiiieu. rteni
freo, in kenlcd envelopes. Address, 1IOWAKD
l'a. . uol
ASSOCIATION. No.SlS.Nluthbt.. l'lillttueipiiia,
SHORT IIANIX
" GUIDE TO SHORT HAND
10 Cent. Postpaid. Addrocs
GEO. J. M ANSON,
87 Park Row,
NEW YORK.
BTEEEOBCOPE0,
Viewsj
Albania,
Chiomos,
Frames.
E. & H. T ANTHONY & CO.,
B01 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Invito the attention of thoTrnilo to lliolr exixm-
pubiloativn, tnannftieturtand Wxitolttm.
.ivn au.orltitioit.fif tho ahovu aooiis. ol mtrw 0
Also,
Photo Lantern Slidoi
ami
Graphomopes
Now Vlewi of Yosemlte.
E. H,T. ANTHONY A CO .
691 Broadway, NbW Vork
Oppoelta Motropolltrn Uotol,
tMrovrr.B. Ar MABttriorMM or
Photographic Materials, 8 n,n
"'nil n ii i
well aware, for thouaa i ' iSS? , 5 X
ajfcWwj&-
(From Pomeroy's Democrat.)
Attention, Tyrants!
Netv Hampshire !
l)cmrtcifttic I
.ThpfioMtttibn ftf .Grant ancf
hw infahious Administration !
J he Iftte election in 2W
Hitfnpr3hi(e tesiilted in tlic com
plctS oVerthrdv of the Itepiil)
licaft partv ihtliatgthte, miU
election tf ft Ucrabcratic Gov
erh'of and three beiriocratic
ni(?niliei-s of Cdngt-efts,
liight cornea from the tast,
The tvorkihghicn and tvcr
hrlfdehefcl ;tatpaej-8 Oi &ew
Englaml afe tiHntf of support.
irifjf ftristocrats ttt Imflie and
IoJ-al thieves elsewhere'; TheV
are tired Of being without,
peaceable market in the ScMb.
They fire tired of sti9taltilhg art
Administration that. llvCs by
plunder, peculatiofi, SpeCula
tion, and making the patrbftagrj
of the Government a private
source of wealth to ft begger
and his relatives.
This victory means rriOref
than it seeitis rtt flrstl
It means that vc of the
North nre tired of tlio war.-'
Tired of having troops trans
ported from State to State to
terrify the people. It means
that Republicanism has beeii
tried nnd found wanting.
That we do not care to pay
for another snbnraton of tho
South, and that we of. the
North protest like men against
any further interference with
the liffLts of Southern or
Northern States to resrnlata
their own affairs 1
All honor to the Dcrhocrnt-tf
of New Hampshire. The fijht
there made this year was the
best, boldest, and most deter
mined ever before begun. It
was one based on principle,
not policy, and the glorious re
sult is before the world,
Let the democrats of that
State now work to keeti what
they Lave won, andlet the
Democrats of every other State
take courage and press for
ward to the front--for the right
to peace-to victory to
prosperity for the peoplo.
Grant's power has riassed
away !
The people will rule hereafter!
Therehas fallen a ray of hap
pltiesa upon the Kadicals. The
Democrats fall about Olic huh
dred and fifty votes short of
electing AVeston Governor, and
the Legislature is to decide tho
matter. All the indications
are that this body is Democrat
ic, so that after all it is proba
ble that a Democrat will be
elected. The 'Democratic vic
tory is none the les3 complete
because the choosing of a Gov
ernor has to go to the Legisla
ture
The
closiiu
g scenes in the
South
Carolina Legislature
wero even more disgraceful
than those in tho Louisiana
House. Tho negro members.
and some of the whites, ap
f eared upon the floor of tho
louse in an intoxicated condi
tion and in company of colored
women of the lower class) they
sang rioald songs, indulged In
lnaccenc jokcs, nnu naa a goou
time generally, lhe appro-
v m1 - p AneftAft
priauon diu oi tfuo,uuv, ior
ecislative expenses, was vetoed
by Governor Sdott. and the ne
groes crowded his bank, getting
heir claims cashed at hve to
ten per Cent discounts lhe
Governor by his Veto was en
abled to do a splended shaving
business.
An exchange says that about
one-half of the insurance com
panies having agencies in Ohio
are doing business contrary to
law, and shgge9ts that it would
be well for the btate Auditor
to brin them to timo or dis
continue their operations. It
is also said that he will soon
issue a circular to Prosecuting
Attorneys, requiring them to
report all companies which
have not complied with tho
State laws. Agents would do
well to give attention to this
matter, and not allow the rev
ocation of the authority granted
to the companies they repre
sent to do business in this.
State.
A man named Alex. Rodger
was murdered near the Depot
in Chillicothe a week ago last
Friday night. Ilia skull was
broken and bis faco horribly
mutilated. No cine has boon
found to the guilty parties,

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