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ruUIilHIIKD F.VRHY WJSUNRBDAY BY
0". "W. Bowon,
fcDlTOrt ANB PROl'RIRTOR.
OFFICE In
(second Htarv of liuwtm'i
nuihiing,
North Siile of Main Street, Kunt of
Court House.
Terms of Subscription.
On annv. one Tear... ..SI M I One demy, mo..l 00
Oneennv. miultha.... 15 One copy, 4 mos., fiO
If not paid within the yesr 4 00
tlubs ofTwenty ...20 00
Tlio nmacrtla Knantrtr erculstei FREE OK
'OUTAGE within the IliulU of Vinton County.
1 failure to notify a discontinuance at tlio end nf tho
i. ie ButmerlNiit for, will be tnkon as a now ciigagoineht
-t lubaorlpHin.
Advertising Rates.
MTTlie space occupied by S lines or tills (Nonpareil)
tpo shall eonatllue anqimre.
O-i sqnnre, one week t 1)0 One square, 8 weeks $2 00
Mm'i additional Insertion Inscrtlni 60
All advertising for a shorter period than tkrue
at inths, oharged t the above rules.
Lcesl Advertisements 81 00 per sanar for first
fatortlon; anil 00 cents per squaro for f ach tddltioiml
Insenuon.
n.l Flmre Work DO cent additional.
mo. fl mos. . li mw
One squaw, $ 8 00 J00 8 00
twosqiii.es, 5 00 tOO 10 00
Threo squires, TOO ' 00 1 J 00
Kotirsqil.res, M J1S2 ?m m
8lx..pjsi, 10 O0 15 00 WOO
V column, 11 00 20 00 27 00
?. column, IS 00 MOO 44 00
llnnenlumn. . M 00 4100 80 00
' Iliislness Cards, not excoedlna 0 linos, Snpor year.
All hills due on first I rlloii of advertisement'.
Hill with rojnlar advertisers to he paid quartery.
ii. i,.... .,H,.,..1i) Ain I r a lino'. Mnrrlaso Not!
ens-according to the liberality of the psrlloa. Death
Nntloos of ltunawsy Wives or Husbands-double
price.
Yearly alvertlscrs entitled to quarterly cIisorcs.
Advertisements not otherwise ordered, will be con.
tinned nntil ordered discontinued, and charged accord'
Invly.
llelhtlnns and OlmrPsbla Notices-free.
LOCAL AFFAIRS,
GEORGE P. R0WELL & CO.,
40 Prak Row, New York,
AND
S. M. PETTINGILL & CO.,
31 Park Row, New York,
Ai'o our Roi.it Agents In that city, nnd aro
authorized to contract for advertising ut our
lowest rales.
Comk and sco the Tliarman Pic
tures und pabflcribo for tli in paper.
Th9 test Perfumery in JIcArtbur
at Strongs.
J. K. Will, formorly of this town,
but now of Humboldt, Kansas, will
accept thanks for numerous Kansas
papers.
Communications donigned forpub
licatiou in this papor must Always
bo accompanied by tbo true name
of tbo author.
For Ayor's, Scovill's, Jaynes' or
nny l ntont fliouicinos go to J.
Strong's Drug Storo.
The wicked and ungovcrnablo
boys of this town spend much of
their precious time in fighting and
viriitinir Btnbles for tbo punioso of
stealing eggs.
Tub Marietta & Cincinnati Co
liavo completed ono of tbo finest
depots in tho country, and nro now
making preparations for tbo erec
tion of a freight dcp'it.atCliillicol-bo
We do not think that it requires
nny argument or illustration to
liow that such a railroad iw tho
Gullipolis, McArthur & Columbus,
must bo largely roniunerativo to
tbo holdors of stock. Suk:ribo $50,
$100, or more.
A Good Hair Restorer at Strong's
for 50 el's, a Bottle.
Some of tho persons who joined
the Emigration Socioty and wont
to Kansas a few weeks ago are re
turning. They didn't liko tbo country.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to Gi
W, Sisson's.
NoTimr TO BR liOHT. In tho incipient stage
of Consumption, the firm symptoms is gonontl
ly n hacking cough, pnlnsln timeliest, ill lllciilly
ol'bi'oiilhing, or oppression of tlio lung. 801110
t III n( should hodiiuo lit once to check Ihocough,
nllny nml heal tho IrrltnUid pnrls. Allen'
Lung Unlsam will break up tlio cough In nn
)ucrudihloliort tlmn; also prevent the forinii
tion of tubercle. Whom liilM'rcles a 10 once
I'oiniod, the disease Is linrd to mi 10. For snlo by
ullMoilluluo Denier. 11 10-4 v
The J Action Standard snys that
ovor eighty persons liavo unitod
with tbo Christian Church at that
placo during tho past winter. At
this place over sixty liavo unitod
with tho samo church during tho
eamo time, tho names of whom wo
liavo published.
Hire homo mechanics, patronize
homo manufacturers and homo
merchants. Help build up home
interests, subscribe to tho capital
Btock of the Gnllipolis, McArthur k
Columbus Railroad, and all Is snlo;
upend your money at home. And
last but not least, subscribo for this
papor.
Go to Strong's for Tobacco.
On Monday week, a Welshman
named Kbeneezer Thomas, a singlo
man and having no relatives in this
country, was instantly killed In ono
of the coal banks noar Vinton Fur
naco by falling of the slate roof.
Tin Grant, men of Ohio hold
their State Convention at Columbus
Juno 21st. David Jenkins (a color
od man residing in Columbus,) is a
candidate for nomination as Lieu
tenant Governor upon that ticket.
Mercer Co. Standard.
Most cortalnlj. Wo don't liko to
nee tho Kads "go back on" tho
"culled populashun." flov. C. W.
Taylor, bnrbor, McArthur. Ohio, is
a candidato for "Gubnor."
For pure Drugs (fo to Strono'
Drug Store.
tt-. JI- L !!!'
Farmers aro pushing tlioir spring
work rapidly. Many of them have
been plowing for corn the past
week. They aro preparing for a
big crop the coming sonson.
Moving Time is at Hand.
Bo sure and call at this office
when you want Salo or anjr other
Dillfi printed. Wo aro fully pro
parod to do as good work as the
city offices. Took at tho Bills pos
ted tfp In different Jparts of the
county and you will see noat work
and good white paper. Como to
this officol
It will require about $75,000 more
U mnke the Gnllipolis, McArthur k
Columbus Road from Logan to Dun
das ready for laying tho track. Let
every cnorgctic man along tho en
tiro lino from Logan to Gnllipolis
volnntcor to spond at least ono week
in canvassing for stock and do tho
work thoroughly and bucccss will
crown the effort. An earnest oner
gotio effort of the people will
accomplish tho matter. NOW is
tho time to move
Bmaas & Bro., of Rochester, N.
Y., who, wo boliovo, bavo tbo finest
and largest Socd Establishment in
tho Uuitcd States, and whoso ad
vertisement oppcarod in this papor
a short timo ago, have sent us a very
beautiful chromo bouquet of Flow
ers drawn from ono of tbo fine spec
imens in their garden. It is really
a magnificent picture Send and
get a copy of tho picture and ft de
scriptive catalogue The catalogue
is 15 cents; tho chromo, worth $2,
only 75 cents, sent as a premium to
all who buy seeds.
A Beautiful Assortment of Books
and Stationery at Strong's.
$155,000.
President Lanolky and tho Chief
Engineer Robert McLkod of our
railroad say that about $155,000
will bo roquirod to make tbo entire
lino of tho road ready for tbo rails.
Now, tbo people along tbo lino of
this splendid "railroad connection
should mnko a determined movo to
aid this enterprise. Who can help
knowing that tho completion of tho
road would givo new hopo, new life,
now enorgy and increased prosper
ity to every community on the lino.
To loso it is death, not only to all
present, but to all future hopo of
every community on tho most im
portant routo in"X)hio.
For Pure Drugs and Medicines
go to Simon's.
Trti importunco of good roads
leading to tho country cannot bo
overestimated, and something ought
to bo done that would nrouso our
people to action. It is out of the
question to hnvo tho roads Macada
mized, but it is in tho power of the
people to bavo tbo roads vastly im
proved, and during tho next month
it may be dono moro effectually
than ut any other season of tho
year. Worn aono on tlio roads (lur
ing the next month will bo of groat
deal more benefit than that done at
any other season. It is truo far
mers will be busy, but it wero far
better that some timo should be
spent in working on tbo roads than
to boar tho inconvonienco, and suf
fer tho loss they frequently do in
not getting thoir produco to markot
at a season when tho highest price
could bo obtained.
The Election in Richland.
Richland Township coaios in with
clean record. Tho rosult is as
follows :
JU8TICE OF PEACE.
J. A. Marti ndalo (Dom.) 156
JNo opposition.
TRUSTEES.
Sam. Sidonslrickor, (D.) 141
Israel Kinnoy, (D.) 161
John Mills, (D.) 134
Ha. Katciiff, (lv.) 54
clerk:
W. W. Bolford, (D.) 169
JNo opposition.j
TREASURER.
Dr. II. C. Mooro, (D.) 145
No opposition.
A8SESROR.
Thomas Vanc, (D.) 112
T. Jfl.Uox 63
CONSTABLES.
A. J. Martindule, (D.) 140
Marion Harper, (D. ) 154
EJarvis, (R.) 9
Ross County Expenses.
Ross county, during the past
two years, paid $90 for ice for
the county officials; and during
the past year $77 were paid to
the Livery Stables, $2,510 80
were paid to tho County Au
ditor and his Clerks, $3,235 57
were paid for printing, station
ery, and adveitiaing, $145 were
iiid for insurance, and $781 40
t the Prosecuting Attorney. ,
Cheap Railroad to Build.
Pursuing vnlleys and table or
bottom lands, so large a por
tion of the distance between
Dundas and GaUipolif, our
railroad will be a very cheap
one to build, and cheap to
maintain and operate. Sub
scribe one or more shares.
When one man cannot sub
scribe one share, let two or
more combine. The people of
the three counties through
whicb the road passes, are able
to build the road, and then
they can own and operate it.
Let the young men along
along the line of our proposed
railroad take hold of the mat
ter. It is to their interest to
do so. They are to live and
act in the future, and they
would be pleased to see a rail
road in active operation be
tween Logan and Gallipolis,
upon which they could find
permanent employment. Put
down one share each, or morel
Spend less money foolishly!
Jackson County and New
Hampshire.
Every Radical paper in Ohio
has much to say about the
special election held in Jack
son county for Representative,
but nothing about the State
election held in New Hampshire.
Last week the Engineers of
the M. & C. R. R , were en
gaged in running the lines and
r1lirinre of nlrao a4 4-1. 1 .1
viliriiip tug Oluiva nil lUC UIU
Tunnel excavation in this vil
lage, preparatory to the com
mencement of work at an early
day. It is the intention, we
believe, to have laborers at
work on the line early in April.
Athens Messenger.
The change in the railroad
from the south to the north
side of the town of Athens
will make the time shorter for
travelers passing over the Ma
rietta and Cincinnati Railroad.
NOTHING SO GOOD AS
GR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES,
For Humors.
Til E3E Invnlimblo Medicines hnro aclilpviv
nComnlcto Triumph in riilicatlnir lin
mors, of till kind, from the liiinmn system.
They were Introduced to tho public some hIx
ycitraslnco, nnd have boon used with entire sue-
h tiikeii Internally, which demises the Wood,
tho CKItATK is applied, externally, and all
emptl nro destroyed, nml Health nnd llenu-
ty restored. Their Ahtonibiiiho Miccksh has
called out m any iKnomnt pretenders, wlio bavo
llltmnnenri tlu.ir wnmliirful 1 1 .
........ . .. .fc ,...,..,, , i,-LmrillliMln iuiiiu
public. They are nut In almost every form,
from I'linawra'sdown to Pills, and ml forllu-
iiti.in, t'i c.ir.B iney fir., t
Kill If I,.. n ...
....... ....a imiwiu 1IK. WEAVER'S)
Svni'pnnd IKratk to nchlcvo what, (iimlrrthe
. . . " . " "winiea as mo most
brilliant triumph yet nuhloved by anymedi
cino ever in trod need to thn American public.
Why is this t Simply bwnimo thoy perform
what they promises and notwithstanding tho
introduction of thocc new and wonderful oren-
Arnl inn tti Hia .ii.l.tl.. un a.... m.i rrT. '
and ( crate keep steadily nn their wav, confiitor-
...p, t, ivnu uiiiMit; n isii hi try IIIMRO
now prepnrallonH, we Uv not ft vont'to niv.
ftr thoyliave Stiro Rcmwlv to Fall Bnck Vntm,
viz., Db. Wfavhr's Cnnkcr And 8nlt Hhoum
Syrnp And Cerate. Of thin fact the niibllo nro
Willi UU'JtWa fnr tltniBttnj1s In nil
,,Minimn, in nil PUfjuunn ui illU
country, have locri cured by thoni. after all
9. N. HARRIS, A CO.i Proprietors,
ClSClilNATl, OHIO
FOR IAI.B BT
II. H UlSHOPA80y, Wllkojvllle,
IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Eeliable Druggist.
WH1TIS OH WHHf 00K.
Allen's Luiiff Hainan.,
fn u'iiivnnta1 tal,Mlr n n .... i.,
l otiKh Innn Incredibly short time. There Is no
remedy Hint enn show more evidenoe of real
rnnrit than this lis ham, for curing Consump
tion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, do.
IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
IT ACTS ON THE LIVER I
Which makes It moro than a Cough Remedy I
BEAD THE FOLLOWING :
MamnbCitv, Mien., July H7, 1870.
,T. N. ITarkihA Co., Dour Sirs : Tho Allen'
IiiuiK Rnlsnm bus arrivod. I would not like to
ho without it, for it has saved my life. I took a
hnd roiiKh, and finally consumption was seated
upon mo. I wns In i voir Inul statu. I rl..,l
everything Unit wna roooinniendotl, and spent
n KiTOiuiraiui lliniiey, and got no Help, 1 lliul
tho Allen's I,nng IbifKniii for sale, but I knew
notliliiK of Its merit. I did not like to take it
Wll hunt knovt Inn more iilvini lr. I hn.l nni ...M
a rxittlo. hen yournirontoalled on me I told
him I could not sell a medicine I knew nothing
about. Heunrod mo totryJtmysolf. I did so,
and to mv urutoful surnriso thn ttnit hniiln
stopped my cough, and iMifoio tne third bottle
was inicen my i.nng. wore healed and well, and
can now sneak knowinslv to mv frlomi. nml
ciiNtomer of thn qualities or Allmi's Lung BaU
sam. I romnin respectfully,
J v. uui l'HKL.
nil BAEMLESS
RE HOST DELICATE
tr ckotaisb opivu jxAirr ronu
It Is sold by Modlcine Dealers everywhere.
CA.TJTI03ST.
in nut , m ii3i. v,vn,,. j ,i,i w ui, w-itn. n Komi med
icine, and desire "Alhti't InMWi'im.1' rvinot
allow unnrlnclnled dealers to sell von other Itat.
sam. Hcethntj'Oil get ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
and you will have the best, cough remedy offerer)
to the public i and one that will give satisfac
tion. 3. N. IIAKIirS Al l)..
Bola Proprietors, Cincinnati, O.
0. W. smsfrt. MoArtrhif:
int. j. n. wTKimo. "
ftWiti.
h, 11. BlbliOP k 60S, Klllicsrlll.
P. T.- Barnurt,,- the, great
showniftrT, has been purchasing
horses,- fhfotfgh Us ge'n,- in1
Vinton Co. Why didn't he
buy the "pet Jack?" Meigs
County Press.
Barnum is opposed Co btiy
ing any animal that has been
"somewhat of a pet."
The weather is getting very
warm.
The Safe in the Columbus Allock
ing Valley Railway Depot, at Ath
ens, was blown open with powder
by a gong of burglars on Wednes
day night, tbo 22d ult., and 3220
abstracted.
Appointment Notice.
OTK'K is hnrchv ulven th.it the Undersign.
rti Iikh Iwi'tl diilv nniKiinted as AilinlniHtrn-
tor on the Kstnto of Mitrlhn A. (jiinning, InU of
Vinton colintv, Ohio, uecensen
Aprllo, IHV1-8W OKOROECIIAIG.
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
On and after Due. 28. 1870, Trains will
run follows:
u :i
J ::;::: J :
88 i I : : : : :3 : : : : i : :
3 i : i : : i
1 g5?'S? Lls'S 'K'! 3! g
CI
:::::::::::::
!::::::::: ;2 :
ILt-blOnM
Miles jjgg 83aSS5S,4g"
IT"
: u ;
' -.o ;
SSI :j
:::::9:m:::t:
M & U !h
a 9 . o L '. ta M
5
S o.5 ! 1-2-3 o S3 5 ss-s
a ib i- o g S2S3!S!52"""0''''',
: : : : : : : :
S3
ioibm
a .
:.a : ;
. 0
:B ; :
ai : : :
8 1 j : i l i : 'A I ! : : : :
CINCINNATI EXPRRSH will run dally.
AllotherTmhisdnlly, except Humbly.
CINCINNATI KXPREHS EAST lniikes no
stop botwoon Hiimden and Athena.
Portsmouth Branch.
Mull. Accommodation.
1.90 p. n. 6:0O A, X.
1.M " 7.IW '
4 " 10Vi "
7.MIA.X. 12.:iOP. M.
lO-.in " "
10.50 " 5.10 "
Dep. Ilnmden
Jackson
Ar'r. Portsmouth
Dep. Porisnioutli
Ar v. Jackson
Hauiden
Trains Connect at Loveland
For nil points nn the Little Miami Ruilmad, and
at tho lnillannpolis Cincinnati Railroad Junc
tion for all points West.
W. Wi PEAHODY,
HatUrtf TrannporUUlon:
Trains Connect at Loveland Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
Throncli Oar
From COLUMBUS (via Athens) to PORTSMOUTH
Oror tho Oolnmbaj k Hooking Vtllsy snd
MarlttU Cincinnati Ball Koada
Going Eait.
No. 1.
NO !)
MtAVS. A.M.
Columbus,.., 8(10
Oroveport,... 884
Winchester.. 844
Lancaster,.,. B2II
HugarOrove. 8 4X
Logan 1012
Hnydonvlllo 1UKW
NeUonvlllo,..10
Malina 11 or.
Athens 1186
P.M.
8 21
8 Ml
4 OH
4 Us
5 3H
BN'ii
KuS
Going Wait.
No. 21 Nn. 4
LRAVB. A.M. p. M
Athons :! 1:80
Silllnn 0:CW 1:4
Nelsonvllle 7:1H 9:11
Huvdcnvllle7:S2 i:W
Imuran 1:40 t:48
Augsr()roveR:1N S:10
1, alienator . .n:m a.-xn
Winchester II:IH 4:H
Grovoport..0:2 4:18
Columbus.. 10:05 4:55
Caron tlio 8 KM A. II. Train runs through to
Portsmouth without changn, arriving at sic Ar
tlmr at at 111 :27 P. M. i and Cnr for the 1 :00 1. M
Train from Portsmouth for Columbus arrive
at McArihurnt hiHtf p. u.
fJloHtconnoctliins made at Lancaster forClr-
olevillo, Zniiwivlllo, andall points on the Uln
oinnati AMuHkingnni Valley Kallwav.
Direct connection made at Columbus for Dar
ton, Bprlngllold, linllaimpolis, C'hlcjign, and all
poinu
liurg.
olnta West! also, for Cleveland. Ilulfiihi. Pitts
urg, Philadelphia, New York, and all point
;asu
Connections made tt Ignnbv both Trains
with all Trains for Htraitsville and all points
on thcStraiWvlllo Branch.
J. W. DOIIEIlTr,
Buporiutundeut.
E. A. Iluiix.Gen'lTlokot Ag U
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and after MOX DAY, May 110th, 1(T?1, Pas
senger trains will leave COLI M HUH, and ar
rive at (Miinw nnniod uciow.nsroiiowit
1 1 nn i
No.
Htations,
No. 2'
Onlnmhiis.,,
Orastltne.,.
Cleveland..
Krlo
Dunkirk....
..UilOsm
., 1 :lfi pin
..H:Mlp m
,,.7KApm
, . 8:H0pm
4r00pm
7 :40f) ni
lll:HHpm
MSI a in
1:50 am
4:10 pm
7 :00 a in
7 (I-. in
2;:)pm
11:5(1 pm
SiSS am
8:4Aam
7:H0 am
10:Miam
H:lpm
1:110 pm
4:411 pm
B:(k1plll
l:Miam
HHKIain
Hiifl'nlo.
.Ki:rwpni
Niagara Falls.... 1 HKiani
lUM'.hester I :iam
Albany U:IAam
Hot ton n:(lflpm
New York Clty..8:00pm
11:1111 pin
6:H0 a m
rnsnpiiucrtra ns nturning arrive at t o.
liimbiisatD:&5am, l.:2Vpm, 1 p in, and 1SKW
nlgnt.
."no 0" leaving Columbus st 3:2fl a m. on
Hunday, run through without detention, hy
both Krlo and New York Central Railways,
arrlvlnir st New York on Monday mornliiir at
7 o'clock
ITioTbrongh Car from rortsinrmth Alh
ens to Columbus over thn Marietta A Olnclnnntl
and tho fnlmnhm A Hocking Valley Hall
rnnrla, which passe MoArlhitr atl.:IT pm and
all other trains on the Oofiintlm llocklng
Vnllnv Itallrond. make close nmnectloiw st
Columbus with Trains No. J and No. 4 on the
line I,lne."
For particular information In reanrd to
thmtiirh tlckctja time MiniiMitlnnH. etc. to all
pnlnts Kast. West, North and ftnultt, apply to
irr athtross Fa KOIlD.Culiiiiilnis.Oliln.
F.n. ri.irtr. en. riunnrintemicnt
JAMKH I'ATl'KUHOS,
Oon. Agent. (7nlumbut,0.
tlXiKSKFORP,
rsuengcf Agont, Columbus, Oi
T I TiTTi i
Butinm (Hath
bEPOT HOtEL,
C H I LLICOTH E,' OHIO.
Vl. MXRKLE, , - Proyrratar.
iflr Hot.il, a few foot from the Railroad
Dennt alld Whero all travelers ntxin all
iitNiinuiii www iiiniin.iin. JM.h IWfll 'HllV
enlarged and tlinrullghly repaired, painted,
do., ami Is now In complete order for the re.
eeptlott ofgttest, ftTratntop ton mlu-
nM ... I .. 1. ... J 1 ai..
nmsior mnais. i ikiis unutiATl.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO.
Dr. I.T.UONAHAN, . Proprietor.
THIS Ifonae, formerly the Nham Itotlse.lia
boen thoroughly rnnoviited nml lMnutl
fully furnished. Having superior facilities,
ovnry thing will bfl dollo In lunkn guests com-
niriHiiin, l iiiic niwnyN supplied with liest
market RfTm ils. Nlcelv furnlliml R.u,..n.,H
cleanest Bmis OihmI Htalilea. Everv effort
mnxle for thecomfort of patrons. All clinrgi
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J. WiVARNEB, Froprator.
qpiIIH Tfnlfll I frf the most eonvptilent par
L of
lllflclty on r rontHtieet, between Mar
ket and Jefferson.
PHYSICIANS,
S. W. MON AH AN, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURG 13 ON,
HAMDEN, OHIO,
AI.LOA8IX entrusted to lilm w ill receive
prompt and tit refill attention, at reasonable
ices. ir riiji' un main m.
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Wilkesville, Ohio.
SPECIAL sttpntlon given to the performance of 8ur
trlcsl Oncrstlont.
i Fine-with II, II Bishop. M.D.. In Boreess'
bnllitliu.
4,Vy
ATT0ENEYS.
DANIEL S. DANA,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McARTHUR, O.
J. M. MoQILLIVRAY,
ATTOBITEY
(Proieentlng Attora.r of Vinton Oonnty.)
McAHTIIUR, OHIO.
TITILL attend promptly to any hnslnes
v given to iiim care ami inaniigement In
any Court of Vinton andndjoltiing counties.
OKncs In the Court House. la-tf
charles W. GIST,
Attorney at law aiii Notary P
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILL attend nil lognlbiiHlnes ontniMtod to
Ills care. Hupply nf Hlnnk Deeds nnd
Mortgngesnlwnys on hand. OVFlCK No. 12
West Wing DiiluhriiltjO Hlock. tf
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOE1TEY JT LAW,
mcAitxuujtt,
(Officr, formerly occnplil by D. S.Daka.
WILL practice in hVns, Vinton, and sdjolnlng
oountltm. All leirsl builncss entrusted to his
euro ptuinptijr sttondeg to. 8S-U
D. B SHIVEL.
ATTOEWBYAT LAW,
11 1 Tirn r a- t tt '
Will attend promptly to all legal biiRlnes
Himuniuii mi iimt-nro in vmron and adjoining
cuiiiiuui. umis-iu mi' iiucoruer a Ulllce.
)
HOMER C.JONES,
ATTOB3TEY JL.T X.A.W
WARTUUE, OUIO.
FFICR 1ST HOOK Weat of Dan. Will A Ttm
J Kaueclnl attention ulven to thnoollullnn
HASSLE WOEKS.
B. B. EIOQINS ft BE0.,
Manafaotnrar of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FURNITURE, &c, &c,
LOOAIT, OHIO.
GOOD assrrrtmofit of Marble constantly on
hand. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Pons to order in tho finest stvlo.
INSURANCE-
O. D. HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO,
RKPRKSENTS tho following
FIKB INSURANCE COMI'ANlMi
ETNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UN DEW RITE RS, New York.
HOME, Columbus.
MERCHANTS', Chicago.
FRANKLIN, West V.
And tho following
LICE INSURANCE COMTANYl
NATI'N'L. LIFEcV HOME, of N.York.
Ka?" Policies Issued nn reasonablp term.
Mcdonald lotteidqe,
County Snnreyor, & Conveyancer,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
w
ILIisttondtoall business ontrnstcil to his
care.
DENTISTRY
Dr. S. S. DOLLISON,
DENTIST,
UoARTHUR, OHIO.
t
Is vof rtretvnfcd' fof titl tfltrtfo Of Dental
work, which lis will do
From 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
than any Dentist In Vinton orntivof the nd-
Joining omiutlc.
him worn sunn an give siuisniciion. i;hii son
m hlpiv
w -. .r .
rim
V7.MYII iiM"
liilliyF nalu,
,ini tSf ffkfS, flnt'o Conn tit, Hi
Abraham' IJjW riafntlir,
leorji4 W. PoM?ontf. nl. ft'efcmlania'.
In Vlnt!6h County (Vmrt of Cnmmh r'leeUT. OY
Aciot dale.
Pursuant tothe'roniniHnd of an ftVtf'VAt'rfal In'
the rIhivo cause IslMil fronl the' Coiirt nl Com
mon Pleas of Vinton colintv, and to me llrecUd
aswheritrofsald'cOllrity, t will ofTwr for Bale
ni me uoor or we court llouxe, in tlio town oi
Mil Arthur,' VlntoM coiinty, Onto, Orr
HtdHitay, the 24t1i Dtg 0
April; A. JK1H71.
at tho hour ol 5 o'clock p. x. of said dny, the
101 iowi ug ticscri imhi iiremises. to-n it :
lii-lots Number Twenty twi (HI.) Twenty
three (iW.) und Twenty-four (H) and Oikt-luts
Nnmlier Seven (7), Klicht (ft.l Nlne(.) snd Ten
(10.) iu tbo Town of I'rattsvllle, Vinton county,
Ohio.
Taken a tho property of said Defendants to
sntiNfyadecreeofafiirOsaltl Court, In liivor t
Aumiium v. noer.
AppralsiHl at HIx lllinrlrcd nnd ftlghtv-four
Dollars (VW.OO,) nnd dlusl bring two-thirds of
Hint sum.
Tr.HU or 8 AI.B.-Casll In hand.
DANIKL nooTir,
"herltr Vinton Co., O.
H. C. Josr. Atl'y for l'J'fr.
March Xi. I8?l.-5w lit
JSTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J. . TOWEL1,
WHOI.RRAtiE PKAhKH tx
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. . . .Portsmouth, O.
.t. f . TOW ELL Is ngent for several Mill, snd
his house is heHMOlinrters for miinv ilenirnhle
makes of Kasterh Goods. All goods will be
soki m me lowesc posiois ,ru;e.
( loso Cash Iluvers, Fh st Class Time, Trnde,
WhnlcMilo Peddler and Furnncemen nre par
tlciibirly Invited to ah exnmiiiatiou of his stock,
II 8-
AMERICAN HOTEL,
Corner High and !to mmrts,
(Nearly Opposite Stale House,)
COIiTJMBTTS, OHIO.
E. J. BL0TJNT, - - Propriefr.
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all the modern Improvements, (lupstw can
rely on the best treatment and Very low bills.
Street cars pas tills Hotel to and from all
KftilroRil Depots,
NANSEM0ND SWEET P0TA
TOES FQR SEED.
a
1 can iipply ttie people during the season
with tho
li'iinttmimil SieoH Potatnm fhr bultiing, of the
best quality, nti.'l per bushel ; les uuantitie
"projiortionnte rates.
Sweet Potato Plants.
I enn furnish the people with eholco Plant,
during tho sennon, or until Juno 20th, at
ONLY 25 CENTS PER 100.
riant shipped to order to any point In good
condition.
My residence is ono mile south of McArthur.
Call upon or address
..... LEVI WYMAN,
March tt, 1871-tcs McArthur, O. .
OP
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICE l hereby given. In pilrsiinncp nf law,
of the intention of the Commissioners of Vinton
county, Ohio, to build it
Covereil Bridce witl Stone Atntaests
across
Brushy Fork of Raccoon Crecft,
At the crossing of the McArthur nml Lognn
IXmul, near the residence of Thomas Johnston,
in Swan Towuship, and thnt
Petition for and Remonstrances
Against
tliehnildlngofthosnmn will lie considered if
men in tne Auditor's Office of said County, on
or before
Saturday, the 22d Day of April, A,
D. 1871.
By order of Commlsilnnors!
lIKNItr nRVOfD3,
Auditor Vintoff Co.
March 15. 1871 .Jw
TIIEA-NECTAK
IS A PUIIE
BLACK TEA
with alio 0rs Tta Flavor.
Warranted to suit all tasies.
For evfrwohtr. And for
sslo wholesale onlv bv the
UKKAT ATLANTIC PACIK
10 TEA CO.. 8 Church St., N. Y.
P. O. Ilnx 560(1. Bend for Thea
Nectnr Circular.
CARBOLIC TABLETS.
PREPARED BT DB. WELLS,
The most Imnortant discovery of the see. Is this
wonderful IIKALINO and CLEANH1JJO scent for
alt diseases or weakness nfths IlESPIBATOItf OK-
8ANS,MlKTHROAT.Bl l)DKN (H)L1), UOAhflK
K, CATARKII, ASTHMA, DHYNEH8 of the
TliresU or Windpipe, disease of the Lungs and fit til
Irritation of the mucunua membrane.
Ail vocalists and public speakers who sprat and
sing without effort, use tacts T.lilets, their effort In
olearlng the voice Is slmjily astunlahlnf ss can be
shown by numerous ccrtltiralrs.
Dr. Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
set directly on the miiCnntts membrane and should
he promptly and freely taken In all exposure or vlo.
lent ciiMifce or westner, ns iney rquaiite tne circuit,,
tlnn of tho II I odd and thus ward on all leudoncy to
dobls and Lnnn dlfllculty.
The iroprluiorswould ssy, all flrt class medicines
have their initiations, and ihey wonld
fAII1 ink! tne POblle agnlnst Imposition by
UnU I IUM having other medicines thrust upon
them in nlsceof these admlrshle TiiMeta,
.I.O. hh.lilAlljU,lM CLiAHBI., II, I. nvijt.
AtlKNT.
HOLD BT Dr.UOniSTS. Price o,1 cents box.
flETTINp MARRIED -Kssnys for
VJ Young Men, on great SOCIAL KVII.H nnd
A HUMKH, which Interfere with MA Kill AUK
Willi aure means Of relief for the Krrlhg nnd
I'nfortuiintii, dlseiised and debilltnteil. Hent
free, in sealed envelope. Aihlriws, HOWAKIt
ASSOCIATION, No.8.NliUhat.,l')iiladclplil
l'a. nol
SHORT HAND.
"GUIDE TO SIIORT HAND "
10 Conts Postpaid. Address
GEO. J. HANSON,
37 Park How,
NEW YORK.
BTBBBOSGOPES,
Views,
Albufn,
Chi'omof,
Irani 6s.
E. ti . tf. ANTHOJfY tt CO.,
BOl BnOADWr AY, NEW YORK,
Invito the attention nf I If fl Trade to their exfen-
NlveaHsorlntentoftltn above booiIn. of thtiroib
publication, miinnticfitriana' importation!
Alr,
Photo Lanterri
draphoicdpdsi
NeW VieWi of Voi6mlte.
E. A H, f . ANTHONY tit 66
Ml nrlOibWit.Ns toitg,
Opposite Slelfopolltrn Hotel,
WOBTrM sn MAXfrAeTrsr nr
Fhotogrrtpln'o Materialsi s
fy T() iKu iAY-
Mlbf.tfnirVsf. novHSB,! firni'i i''-u.
i ? 'iyW$ hi"",m sk from 5 1., till per Any tn
Jinrfllnhl. wurk.ili.iulJ lull rrM oner
. .lKOItqK.TINH()lj A r Portla.l.r.
rnisnent,
M.lno.
Tile nldcut' Mill1 best enaimeW Mor'csnl'iW Cillers irl1
tbo Country, or rlirillarj.. Vl'rit. i,i
r.uirrt ciNt, ritl.hiirfdi; Pr.
va.Hrffr'sf Edtfotf t nvrti
B6lKeeagV' 4" PPr,. T"8 H nMr'
ih iislve ork T.u)ilThL Contains National Hunk.
Itsil IN. .(I nmik-kerllliiir, Ae.
Koir
IlirfirtniK Jffi.iiiiie totoliiKt
SIX-CiM fiU ALL ftmSSf
Fra2fd8 to SfA 1(50 Mtffirjf
m Sale bV
Al jeaiers in Dry Oooris tin j Nd&fuk
BLDOMMTOf, rii. UMM
19lh Year. (WO Acres J8 Orcenhnniwu. frjf-
t Ai(onmMit-alt tMn, flent nuwk faw.fWir
Wonld voil knin wtiAt, when. Hi.wto plaml rnilt,
Shade, F.v.fi.'reMi TrefS, Ilnot Orrl Hcrdlitigv
0ss;e PlsniS, Atiple HeM, Enrly Rose roishx-Kr
HhruhS", Rom's, Oroenliriiiw snr) ftafflcrl P jantx. An.
Kuiwir ANn KOKTASf.a Rf)sl Finest, rtpst'oU
Imi Ion Sorts snd qiisllryl. end tb rertt fffr Netr,
llliimralrd. Diwrlpilve Cltalngiie WI nsgos. rleno?
stsmp. eaeh.forOatsloiriiesof rieqils, wllh; plrtln dl-'
wctions tHpaites; Bcfldlllft snd Osrilen Plnnts fij
pnges.anrt Vhelfssle Price ftlut 94 itsgst. Adcftjlt
F. K. FlItMNIX, Bloonjlngton, rtlinos.
A iivp'nt. OrFnf ."""'! 'XfrR.,
tr l.li.iuua.mi,A TI I I !:.... w 1 .
... iriunn ... ,Fllu irilllUini A IIIIIIH., IHVIUUU.
ons. and ti'fgitn of six flrnt-clnas inaltcrs. In-'
..I,, .11.,.. TO .. ..! .. . . ,' . . f. Jf
.i.n.i.K " , a. .Knneiy niiv icrccri, ior
cash, during th1 month, or will take A part
cash nml bal'aiiae'hi m.infhlv nr n.iurtttrfu fr
stnllineuts.
iiijaa. ..j,fri!!M
DR. S. FITCH'S Pshidy rtiyslrlsn ; 90 pwrr-sf
sent hrmsll free. TtwRIS howtneura all ills
eswsnf ilieperminr skin, hair, eyss, eorn1eilotli
wrne ui n uriMuwny, new iotu.
For nn ButhotlJe? copJlliTnlcs a'a'cf fiistrUc
tlons Hddress, with ; cent stamp, tVM. K.
PltKSToN, Army and Navy Agent, Cleveland,
Ohio.
1826 ffiLE.Krffi. 1870
The old BtaiiiliiiiT remedy lor l ough, ohlx
I'.lnwii.ni..!,,., 'V,(l.. 4 .,-...
" ,. . ...... ....v.., .ig tj. i n,i . vu.i.r.1.
lino. AC'ff., Jtoston. gjw
..
EMPLOlWtiSrr for ALL,
Oft SALARY WEEK, nnd 0'
lienses. to sell our new and useful alias
coveriei. Address
B. bvrEKT tt Co, Marshtffl, Itllch
TO THri tfOttf fNfl CLA83.-We sr nnw nro
pared to fornlnhsll ela.se Willi constant employment
at home, the WI111I6 of the tim or fur the iare mo
oh'nur. HtnrimM w. liicM.srtil robr. Pefsrnirj
of either sex easily earn ffortl We, to lit per evenlnff.
ami s pfntHfftirmal snin ny AevnHi their wiioi rmer
tn the kushies. Hoys and Ctfh esrn nesrly ss mm h
inrtt. Tim til who see I Mi nodes' niKv send their
aildres. and test tne hinWrow, we aiake the sne.ritl'
leled offer 1 Tff sucW S its not well satisfied,
will semi 1 to nay fur the trouble of wrlilns. Full
particulars, a valnahle sample which will do tn corn'
ineues work on, anil s copy of 77i PenpW I.ittrnnf
OomjMtviotiimt of the lr(fst and rest family news'
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if yon wont iiOTffwneTil, frfnfllitde Work, srlilress
tii E. 0. ALLEN A CD., Annual. Maine.
Great Medical 600V1 rncl French Se
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AVtnfj QfJACKS. A Victim of osfly- Irrdlsere
tion, causing nervous debility, prcmatnre decr.
Ac., hsvine tried in vsln every artrertlaed ferneilf.
has a simple moans of self cure, which he ill send
tree In his fellow stifTerefs. Aihtrrss J, (I. TtiTTLK.
tS Nassau st. Now fork.
PSY6HC?MaNCY. Anv ladv or gr
mini can 81.000 a month, aeptire tnetf
en tie-
own
happiness and Indepetnilenre', hy ofrfftining'
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