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I'UttlilBUKD KYKHT WKUMBHUAT BY
0r XV- Bowdn,
FIHTOtt AND PROPRIETOR.
ncirir.E-In 8ocoud Htory ul' iluwtmi
building. North Side of Muiu Street, Kant of
luurt House.
Terms of Subscription.
Ooeeotf?, orf rem1;. ;..$! W 1 Oneeupy, 8 him.. 81 00
Oneeony, 6 months.... 75 One oopy, mos.. DO
ir not psll within (lie ye .'. .... 00
Club, of Twenty .... 00
Tho Dsmooratla JTiffiHreV crVuiletes tKtft Of
OBT AOK witliiu the llmlu of Vinton OoHnty,
1 failure to nnllfy illscontlmiaiics at tliO end of tin
7 "is aulMerlJU fur, will w isacn as anow engagi'inem
- tunacripnoa.
Advertising Rates.
-Th space occupied by 1 II lines of this (Nonpsrelli
rpe shall eunstlttte a square. .
vii sonar, ona wo.sk 81 oil Ona square, 8 weeks f 2 00
imh a.MIUorml insertion Inaortlon.. .. .... .... .. nd
All advertising fr a shorter period than three
ntlis,oharil at the above rutee.
Leiral Ailvarttseuieiits 81 00 per sqnnre for first
ItMrtloir, ana Ira oenia per square mr nra amimuuai
IniHtraion, ...
Hale aod Figure Work IW cante artilltlnnal
8 inosl
0 lliort.
H me
One square, '' 8 8 00
Two squires, 6 00
Three-aquarea, 1 00
Four aqu tree, 8 00
"-Ixsqvaies, 10 00
column, VI 00
'Jeolanin, 10 00
ll 1 O ) (Ul
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Too
too
11 00
moo
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87 00
9 800
tooo
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lft on
moo
T00
4100
400 ,
80 00
vim onmniii,
lltiilnma Csrds, not excelling o lines, so per year.
All Milt duo on flmt Insertion ef advertisement,
llllla with regular advertise to be paid qiiartery.
Un.in.u Nntin.m iuiiU a line'. Marriage Boll
s-eocordlng to the liberality of tin purl lea. Death
Notleoa free. ... . ...
Notleee of Runaway Wives or Husbsnua-douDle
price.
Yearly advertisers entitle to quarterly elisnges.
Advertisements not otherwise ordered, will be eon
tinned until ordered discontinued, anil charged accord
Ingly. .
Itellglnns and Oliarltable Notlees free.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
Silas W. Swetland is at Duluth,
Minnesota.
W. W. Bklford is Post Master at
Allensville.
If you go to Columbus on the
Excursion Train on the 13th you
will see many fine things.
Judge Plvlky, who has been lib
sent from his home in this town
holding Courts in sovcral counties
in this district, is sick at I ronton.
G. W. andX wrulwM, of Ath
ens, have erected two neat cottage
residences at that place at a cost of
about $700 each.
Tiikkk were sovero frosts on Sat
urday and Sunday nights. From
what we can learn the entire crop
of fruit is destroyed.
For Ayor's, Scovill I's, Jayncs' or
any Patent Medicines go to J. S,
Strong s Drug Store.
Winks. Those needing the choic
est wines should go to the Wine
House of T. B. Davis of this town.
Ilo keeps only the finest quality.
Let every one subscribe foi
"Ohio in the War," a separate
history of every regiment, with
the names and positions of its
members, are a prominent fea
ture of the books.
Goon Yield. Gardner F. Chose
bus 22 Ewes which havo now 45
living lambs, from a Cotswald Buck,
which El.a Armstrong and W. T.
Wilson brought from Canada a year
ago hit August. These are all the
Ewes out of a flock of 80 which havo
Athens Journal.
ForAyer'a Medicines, go to G
W. Sisson's.
Railroad Opening.
Newark,
villo railrfad will bo formally open
ed on Thursday, 27th inst., on which
occasion excursion trains will leave
Newark for Somerset, Perry county,
at 10 o'clock A. 'H., and 6 o'clock
P. M. Somerset Is a town of fifteen
bund rod inhabitants, is in the midst
of a productive agricultural region,
but hitherto has been without mod
ern means of communication. Tho
road to bo opened on tho 27th ex
tends into tho Straitsvillo coal re
gions forty-two miles south of Now
urk, and the importance of the line
will bo readily jappreciatod here,
wboro tho people are well acquaint
ed with tho abundance and excel
lent quality of iron ore and coal in
the Straitsvillo region. A grand
ball will be givon at Somerset in
honor of the oponing.
0. T. Gunning, who has resided
at Dundas, In this county, during
the past fifteen years, removes to
Columbus next weok, where ho will
resume the practico of law and en
ter into co partnership with Hon.
E. F. BiNttiiAM, with whom he read
law in this town about oitrhteen
years ago. Columbus opens up for
him a widor field of labor than pre
sented in this county, and he goes
to it well prepared to discharge its
more onerous and more responsible
duties. He has rare abilities, is a
very careful student of the law, and
is capable of attaining any position
in his profession which ho seeks.
In politics he has always been a
Democrat and has been on of the
niOHtious and efficient workers
oii the stamp and otherwise in the
cause of Democracy. We regrot to
record his departure from ''Little
Vinton." He goes withotoifT eon
sent aad without trVe consent of hi
many friends fn this county. Bui
we wiah' lim tie greatest mioppm in
li new field of labor I
FROM
P0RTSMUTH TO COLUMBUS!
AND
RETURN IN ONE DAY !
"VIA.
MABIETTA & CINCINNATI
-AN
COLUMBUS ft HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROADS.
Salur,lay May IS, 1871.
;.'$3
ROUND TRIP
From McArthut'i
Intermediate Points in Proportion.
The Excursion Train will
leave Portsmouth at 4:00
A. M.; arrive Hamden at
6:30 A. M.; arrive at McArthur
Station at 6:40 A.M.;
Zaleski, 7:00 A. M.; arriving
Columbus at 10:30
A. M. Returning will leave
A. M. Returning will leave Columbus at 6:00 P. M.---
giving the Excursionists
from six seven hours to
see the Capital City.
:o
This will bo a good opportunity
for a pleasure Excursion, and will
surpass anything ever before offered
tho people of Vinton and surround
ing counties, and all should avail
themselves of it. Husbands, take
your wives I Brothers, take your
sisters, and if you have no sister
take your swoethearts I Let every
body go 1 You can have no better
opportunity to visit tho Capitol of
Ohio and see tho Stato House and
other Public Buildings and tho
thousands of other fine things.
THE SCENERY
Along the route between Athens
and Columbus is boautiful; the road
is in tho finest condition of any in
tho State ; and tho season
"Middle o' tho May''
will be the ploasantcst of the
year, when the country is looking
fine. All can have a roost delight
ful time. Blake preparations for
tho One Day Trip I
For the best White Lead
go to Strong's Drug Store.
The May number of Godoy's La
dy's Book Is on our table, and a
very choice number it is. It cannot
fail to ploaso its very many thous
and readors, in ombcllishmonts and
reading matter. With ladies this
is the favorite Magazine, and de
servedly so. Address L. A. Godoy,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pain Killer. In another column
will bo found tho advertisement of
----- wuw VllV 111 V U VI
B ft lr a a U illAai (UL 2 . 1 I
-r x ... ,v...r. a iiure IB proo-
aoiv no omcr nrenaratinna mnnn.i
. .
facturod that has become so much
of a household word as tho Pain
Rillor. For thirty years it has
stood before the public, and the In
numerable testimonials that have
been called forth voluntarily, testi
fy fully to its morits. When you
neod a family medicine buy the
rain Killer.
I
Tha host Perfumery ln llcArthur
A. Ml .
tlitr0I18B'
In tho notice of the doath of Mrs.
Clarisa Kilch, wife of B. W.
KELcn, published in last week's
paper, there wore two' errors. She
died on Sunday morning, April 16,
1871, aged 41 years. 1 month and 21
days. She was buried in the grave
yard at McArthur. The Funeral
Services will be at the M. K. Church,
at Hamdon, on Sunday, May Zlst,
at 10 o'clock A. M,
Remotitd. Horaci Redd, deafer
in Groceries, Candies, etc., has re
moved ins establishment across the
street to Claypool & Mackey's
birrMrn-g, first door Kuat of the
Court Some, where fie will be
pleased to tee TI bi friends and
customers'. : .
Forpurefprttffa too to Strokoi
eP ..... A.
t
vT ONI MS OWN IfocfOlt.
Those who uso Dr. Henry's Root
and Plant Pills generally get along
with the least expense of doctors
bills. See advertisement. . f 3 tt
Mi
Go to Strong 8 for. Totiicc6.
Criminal Subptunna, and every
other kind of blanks fur sale at this
office.
Testimony. Thousands of moth
ors are constantly speaking in ex
alted terms of commendation of the
magical effect of Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrup for soothing Infants teething.
A Baautifol Assortment of Boob
ani Stationery at Strong's.
For All Who Read.
Wcsvatt without healtution, rroommcml AT.
DKN'S RKADY ltOOK 1IINDRU mi the bent we
hnvrr.var awn Air the purposes Intended. It
great convnnlahra, ix-rfVct adaptation to ao
many want and luivory low price will certain.
Ir bring It into common, If not universal use.
Set adferttnement. lil-ly
For Pare Drugs and Medicines
go to Sisson's.
Get ready to go on the Excursion
Train to Columbus on Saturday,
May 13. Take a young lady with
you. Through and Return tickets
only $3.
THE BRIGHT SIDE.
Wp tnVp plemnre In commending Thi Brimit
Sine to thfl notion of our readors as one the
prrttlest. aprlichtllnut and moat valuable of the
publications for young people with which we
are acquainted. See adrprilMement. 12-ly
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
DrogSTQ-A,
The people of the town of
Jackson nre strongly in favor
of building a separate school
house for African children.
The vote stood on the separate
school house building question
as follows: Yes 328; no 32.
As there are more than 32 ne
gro voters in that town, the
negroes themselves must have
voted for building a separate
house. "Which of course was
right. No negro should so be
impudent as to stick himself oi
herself in the affairs of white
people upon no occasion.
Wonder what would be the
result of such a vote in McAr-thur?
A Good Jlair Restorer at Strong's
for 50 cts, a Bottle.
NOTHING SO GOOD AS
DR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES
For Humors. .
THESE Invnlnnhle Medicines linvo achieve
nConiplote Triumph In eradicating Htf
mors, of nil kinds, from the human yntem.
Tlioy were Introduced to the public some six
ycursHinre, nnd have been used with entire anc.
cons. TheCANCKIt and SALT RHEUM SYmiP
to taken Internally, which cleuneo the Blood,
7 ,7.w'.nJL,mP"r'tu' to the urfac, when
the CKRA1 b to applied, externally, and all
eruptions are destroyed, and Health and Beau
ty restored. Their AmoNisniso Hirer has
inllod out many Ignornnt pretenders, who have
introduced tholr wonderful prepn-atlons tolht
public They are out in almost every form,
from Panaeroa'adown to Pills, and all for Hu
mors, oemtrtt Uiry or.)
But It has been reserved to Iu. Weaver's
SYiiupand Ckratk to achieve what, (undertho
elrrnmstiineea,) may be rotrnrded as the most
lirillinnt triumph yet achieved by any medl.
fc7cr,M,,!?;L,!,!B',.to .the American public.
Why Is litis V (Simply because they perform
what they promise; and notwithstanding the
Introduction of those new and wonderful prep,
arntlons to the public, the Halt Kheum Sj nin
and Cerate keep steadily on their way, conquer
ing as they go, if the publlo wish to try these
now preparations, we have not a word to say.
for they have lure Remedy to Fall Back Timi
viz-. Dr. W It a vim's Danker nnd Salt Klieuni
woll aware, for thousands, In all sections of the
........,,, cum,, oy wicra, artor all
otherror" idles have utterly failed.
J. N. HARRIS. A CO., Proprietor!,
iTlNCINNATI, OHIO
FOB IALK UX
Si.TsONO. Mc4t!"-
fl.8r.Vffi.C0- nt"
II. n. BISHOP A SON, Wllkcsvillo.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Beliable DruggiBt.
aaaaaaaaaaa
WHAIIB THB inm I OP KOITBT WHEI 00
vmuiu?
Allcii'n lung Balsam,
' Jn." !"c,e",'l3f winrt time. There is no
rwiiedy that can show more evidence of real
IT AOTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
IT ACTS. ON THE LIVER f
Which makes it more Uum a OougU tlcmedy I
BEAD THE FOXIOWIHG :
MAaiNi City, Viin., July w 1S70.
J.N. Hiasiaa ri n...
Lung Balsam ha. arrived. I wen'lii not
'he Allen's
i at
rit
Ina
llfce to
he without It, for it has laved air life. 1 tnnk .
r it has saved tny
flnallr (Vitutiimnll
bad eougrr.and flnallr consumption was toated
niMn m. Iwh in u.! .
I was Ini Tory bud stato. I tried
everything that wa roeoinmendod, and spent
a greatnealof monay, and got no help. had
the Allen's Lung Bnliiam for sale, bntl knew
nothing of Its merit I did RolliVe to take It
wlthonl knowing more aboutit. I had nl sold
a bottle. When yonragontoallod on me I told
him I could not sell a medicine I knew nothing
about. He urged mate-try tmyif. Ididao,
Ann tomv ffnueful Hmvlu ik. n u....l.
stopped my cough, sm eoroie tna OtM bottle
was talK'ii my Lungs war healed aad Weft, and
I Attn MM IMlb b..I.L . . a . .
... - "-r uvwnr mi inr.mssm ann
oustorowtof the qnalltletof AW'a Lun HaU
I lilll. I PatmialM Ma(Mlh.llu
I 0. OOTTREU
IT IS H1EKUC58
MOBT VELtam
it atoTAtsstreoiiUMiirAtrrronM
It 0,d MotMcra Pcnltra everywhere.
1)0 not be deceived, you who want igoodrosd.
nine, and desire "AuttCt hnng JSaltamr Do tot
ll .......Kfllnl nA ..Iiim f iu. 1 1 nn n. K. Sj. 1 .
j.n. Harris at a.
Hole Proprietors, tidcrbnatf, 0.
vva MM WW
areArraur,
N'
RttniliS;'
ftUksavllU.
K.S.WITXkBXO.,
H. 0. WIISO:,
R. a. BISK OF aV ION,
Bt-ly
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
On and after Dec. 25, 1870, Trains will
run as follows:
TFT
: : : i : : j
l!:;::U!i:nni
SB: : : : : :2C ) : : : : :
.-fia s j a o a
liiiiii i i i i i i i i i i i i4 i
5Uat:Bl Vea Mlwt e..j3
Ijihiii H M Hill!! is i
!!!!!! Mi! Mi I
IT.
va
: :S : :
a
n
:a
3 c&Zffi e&x&mm
Miles p-"f.f-ft lgfigSSl"g
: ! ! ! ! ! ! ! :- ! :::::::
1 i I ! : ! : S : 'i : 'I :::::: :
33 :::::: si :::::::::::: :
Siiiil-i 11 !!!!!!!!!!!
J i : ! : i i i : i i i i
11 n U m n i ! u
.. v. ..... ........ will ..ll. uniljr.
AllotherTrnlns dnllv, except Hundny.
CINCINNATI KXPREHS EAST makes no
rmetvu iTi vrnDna .n ... ..
suip utiiwiwn iiuiiiiirn ana Alliens.
Portsmouth Branch.
Unit. Accommodation,
Dep. TTamdnn
Jackson
Ar'v. Portamonth
Don. PortsmoutU
Ar v. Jackson
Hamdon
i.tov. m. e:oo a. it,
I.5S ' 7.08 '
4.95 10A5
7.50 A.M. 12,10 P.
10!10 " s:TO "
10.50 " 8.40 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
Pnrnll tw.lnl. nn flia f Ii.Ia uI.m.1 tull.J ..
- .... f..m..w v.. ...v.v nm... on.iiumi, niiu
at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Railroad Junc-
t,iuniuraii nesu
W. W: PEA BODY,
Jfti'Urof Trantportatioit.
KANSAS & MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
3EZPBES3 T2AIN3 DAILY O
Cincinnati Wiliioiit CIiaiij6 of Can !
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
Owned and operated by one Company from Cln-
cinnan io si. i,ouis. innreiore patsungnrs are
s I' UK of being carried through wit hou t eliango
f if MM
TnUS AVOIDING
the possibility incidont to other
are maile up of several short roads) of missing
connections, nnd subjecting their passengers to
Families and Others Seeking Homes
In the rich valleys and on the fertile prnlrlea of
U'f.4tern MUcinrl Vunu.. v..i i-.'.i.i .
. ..-..o, uriirnnftA, voluraOO,
nvthttmnMillcluntu,.,A..,i.ii, . ... '
j i .i I ""v""v "wwnii niiiiirnm, win con-
'y-iKi.ny caning on or address
ng the iindernigned, Contracting Agent, as a
long residence in tho western oonntrv has fa
miliariied him with the best localities.
This Route la !n Mllea Skorter tVaa
wla Imdianapolia.
TIIROlJd.II TICKETS
Caa lie purchased at all the Principal Ticket
UIBcfHof Connecting Lines, and In Cinciunali
at the General Olllces of the Company,
110 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner Levee, and at De
pot Foot or Mill Street,
C. E. FOLLKT, J. IORISWOI.T),
Gen. Pass. A Ticket A'gt, Gon.Superlntendon t
St. Louis. Kt. Louis.
EDWARD GALLUP,
Contracting Passenger Agent.
110 Vine St,, tlnulnnatl( Ohio.
FOtt LOVtSVILtti
AndTlie
VIA.
OniO AND MlSSIStm
RAILWAY
The eomplfitifi, of the Ixnilsvflio PlT!fffci of
Ihld nl -...I ike al....fl ..1 Ui ..J.
eager travel nukes tbis ib r
BEST ROUTE TO L0UlS71XiEt
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast,
STltRotran TtiAiirs
With frirect fennectios frofri ttto Rast for
Loolsviilt- Vti&Cnt Change of Cart!
Thr faemjowiy roadwlirjse Ifaimt frHvaTln.
oinnatl and nnssengcys afo delivered at rlepoU,
bote or resldenees ia lxwifevilFe 1 JtlSE,
Ask for Tickets via Ohio t Jtliss.,
,' '. . arid take no others j
Tfi&0tCttTfCttl3TS
CM bs poTchaeedsrt lithe .
Principal Tibt O&wi of
At tBe OnnerAl' Offices of Hie Company
llO Vlttti STttUliT,
Jfrvadteai, Corner Frtut Street,
. . Mara fit., Wrv Letea,
and1 t Ote Pepct, foot or Miir street.'
CHAff. trOLLfcTf. I At.CrrlWOfA
Uea.Pasa. Ticket A'gl I to. 9ur
at. ieofif Bt. tWl.
fdwtrd Gitibfr
Cmtfatmg Twtifit Ageui
11 Viae St., tlticlnnall, Ohio.
Josh Billings on the Goos.
The goos m n grnan emimal,
bU fjotf t (A'a her cntt
They ttttf good livers; hitovi
nVl'ft rrWW f.N f rW rtnlfva sVnfoflr
althy thtte h stfme folks wfro
tbhifcs oii gotw to 175 acres k
These trto cafcufatfons h bo
far pnft tlwt It h difficult to
f.pll nnw rtfrifclt vi11 ftWlty tft'th
fat i fJofi't tnit if j ha a
fnttitni wf 1fir att-fn awl rM frtr
that i Would 8(11 it fof Kalf
what ft vf As vtorth just frtrennse
it didu't have bat &iit goot oti
It..
Gooses stay tfel'f,- solYie' of
our nest Uiograprierff fia'y 70
years, and grow tough to the
very last.
Tha la one egg at once,
about toe size of a goos egg, in
which the goslins lie hidd.
The gosfin is the goos's W-
by.
The goos don't sucMe his
young, but turns him out to
grass on somebody's Vakant
lot.
Tha seems to lack wisdom,
but are generally ' considered
sound on the goo?i.
Tha are good eatin but not
crood chawin: the reasons of this
remains a profound sekret to
the present da.
When the femail goos is at
work hntchin, she is hard to
please, she riles clear up from
roe nottom in a minmt, ana slie
will fite a yoke of oxen if tha
show her the least bit of ana.
The goos is excelent for
it. a
reatnere, whicu are sned every
year by the handful.
Tha are also amfibiens. Tn-
sides several other kinds of
cuss.
But tha are mostly curious
about one thing. Tha kan
a. awl up one leg into their body,
and stand on tuther nwl da,
and not touch anything with
their hands.
I take notis thar ain't but
few men kan do this.
It's just about as sensible to
undertake to get married
without courting as it is to trv
to do business without advertising.
Hon. P. Van Trump deliver
ed an able constitutional argu
ment" against the Southern
Force bill in Congress, on the
3d inst., which was well received.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
Turoaga Car
FromOOLUKBUSivit Athens) to FOBTSXODTH
Ovsrthe Columbia 4 Hocking VaUty and
Marietta Oinolnnati Bail Boals.
Go lag East.
Mo. 1
No. S
1.11 A TF. A.M.
r. ii
Columbus,... 8 00
Groveport,.., 881
Winchester.. 841
Lancaster,... S2u
Hugnr (irove. 94'l
8 5-ij
4 08
4.Y2,
410
8 3.1
Haydo'nvilie 10 W
5W
Nnl..nvillL HID!
ROM
8allna 11 On
Athens ll
6 S0
Going West.
No. 2
No. 4
I.KAVK. A. St.
Athens :.
P. If
1:80
Sullna 6 :r
1:49
Nelsonvllle 7:18
llay(lenvllle7:)U
IOiran 7 :4II
9:11
1:43
8ugarOrove8:18
8:111
i.ancamor ..:
Winches tor 9:18
4KM
4:18
4:6ft
nrnreixirt . H:2!l
Itolum bus.. 10 :0.)i
Car on the 810 A.M. Train runs through to
Portsmouth without ohange, arriving at McAr
thur at at U :n V. M. ; and Car for the 1:80 P.M.
Train from Portamnulh fur Columbus arrives
at MoArihur at 19:07 T. M.
Close connection made at Lancaster fnrClr
clevillo, Zanesville.andnll poinU on the Cin
cinnati et musKingiim vauuy itnuway.
Iire. t connection made at Columbus for Daly
ton,Bpringl1uld, lnilinnniolls, Chicago, and all
pointa West) also, for Cleveland, Hu (lain, Pitts
hur, Philadelphia, New York, and all points
Connections made at Logan by both Train
with all Trains for Htraitsville and all Ddluts
entbectraltsvilUi Branch.
J. W. DOHEUTT,
Buporintendeni
E. A. BtTKt.t,, fien'l Ticket Ag t:
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M. "BEE LINE."
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M. "BEE LINE." Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On arid after MfTH DAT. Mav 80th. 1871. Pas-
sengertrnjns will laVfl COLUM(nirt,gnd ar
rive ai poioia nmneii Dciow.aeiouowa: .
Htatlons. Mo. 9
ao.n.
3:38 am
8:4Sam
7:80 am
10:POnm
rl . n p m
lipm
4 :45 pm
6 :(IS p m
1:50am
lj:00am
Columbus IltlOa ti
Crestline 1:15 p ill
Cleveland 8:50p m
Krlo. . ........ r , .7 ZkI p m
bunk irk 8 .60 pm
HllfflllO'. ........ ,1():H0D m
Niagara Falls. . . .7 KK) a m
itoc neater .i:wam
Albany ?:4riam
1UBI.III U ,.m in
Now York CMv..8Kn m
:
A,Poileiger trains returning arrive at Co.
lnmlmsat;55am, M:pflj, Ip4 mV and 19:00
nlgnt.
a," 1,0 A" leaving Columbus at 2:39 a m, on
fliinilay. runs thrmigh' without detenffnri, by
both Krlo and New York Central KtSilways,
arriving at Ne ToTk on MowdNr monrinc at
7o'clnRk
TheThtorigh Car frotrt PoTrtWioiith.eM tlh
ens to Cofumhiui over the Marietta,. Cincinnati
ami the CoJrimhus A Ilocklng Valley Kail-
roads, which paMe McArthur at 19:37 p pi,, and
all other trains on tha Oolumusi s lloeklng
Valley Railrond. make close eenneotrns at
Ctilunwna Jth TnrhM Aovl ami Mo. 4 oft the
Hoe Line."
Vnr Mvatevltt InrnvMftllMS In' Vedard fn
through ticket, tfme, conniwtfOTiS etc.1, fir all
or address B. rtfKO.fAiliim'IfRS.Ohio'.
, r IIBT., urn) niinnrratemieRt
AMK8PATtKU(),
. Oon. Agent. Columbul, OV
wiwKKroriD, w .
Panseager Agent, unmnrmis, O;
no. s.
0Q VB
1-4(7 pm
W&tm
i-.Mtint
1:60 am
4:10 pnt
7. -0(1 am
7Kia m
?,:!sDpm
lt:fopni
:00pm
jg8TAELISKSD 18 IIARS
waotAair, 4if.m fir
DAY CCOuS fiOTIQHS.
Front 8tfU6t. . ..Portsmouth 0.
J. t. TOWICLIyf ageirt fbr lateral Mllla aad
hla house Is headquarter for anv desrnUI
aiabe or Fjasterji wopos. ail gootlf Hill be
old at the Vftti pokslbleptjoa, .
. CfoseCfiBnyr,rlr(it Jlaal TMH. ffllti,
Wheleyile rdd)era and r uruaornied are par.
tlcelnrly tuvltetl io an exaininatiull of his stork.
. na-
Indianapolis Railway. Business Cards.
Corner (llgh and Stato Streets; . ,
(Noarly OiipoiRe Pl'aU tlouse!)
'ti i. BiotriT, . . ifoiri&'i.
T".1?.?0' ftrlHl thwuKHout, jvMn
M. all the noiiera Mlrfttvements. Qiienlv can
rely on the beat tifwrVtiYKt and Verv low hills.
..'V.!?v.,.JIrt iV ftwlrotel Wanrl fronk1 all
ItntlTond Depots
Indianapolis Railway. Business Cards. DEPOT HOTEL.
fcrflLLreo'TftE, tHttr.
T'inrffW. a re'w feKt frorrr lie ftfllVmvl
nepAlrfilrl Where all travelers (pW nil
utcs fnr Meal. TkHmh arViViKKAf K,
j'a.ckso'n, Cttitar.
D.f.f.rfOXAltlN. I'fnprl'e'tor.
rilitrt ff'rtttkiB-, nYrnrly the rlram tfouWe, has
'"'ly fivrnlahed. .Having aupejflor itclHfles,
fortaMe. Table always MUppfimT with best
market afford. Nicely furnl-had ji4Kint'a anil
cleanest lied (intf MhtMlr. f.Verv Vlfrtrt
miule for tho corn fort of p'atrdhs.' All charges
mnderatA.
MERdMANt' ef El
P'U'RTSlrftfuTr., tfHIcy.
T. Wi yfAft TSfEStf ' t fro'preor.
HIS ttotol W I'rt'.tTh rriV:-t (O'veriiArtf par
i of t.hf df'T?.n' 'roht Ht roBt,bCt'eon' Afar
land JeffiirsiSW.'
IsAUbm
PHYSICIANS.
S. W. M ON AH AN, M. D.y
PHYSiCUff Altfi StfgffSOiT,
tfAMDEN, OHIO.
A i-LCAIlterf cWruaterf.to'.hhn1 Wllrreefilve
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PH7SICIAIT AND SUEOEON
WillcsMtiil 0iio.
SPECIAL sttelWoW iflren w th' prT.roaSic or 9nr
Itlral Operation.
ontce With It. It BMrtS. M.T.- h. rv..'.
bnlldlng.
....iinv.. rMi.wirn-niifi.iina pm . ircn gn-aiiv
enlargedand thoroughly repaired, ptillitifl,
o..,arir) in yftVJii eoftwlete ordry ftfr lire re'
oenllrtu iTifUnats.' ai"i'rirtii afuV. f.. min.
Indianapolis Railway. Business Cards. DEPOT HOTEL. ATTORNEYS.
J. M. MoQILLI VRAY,
ATTOEITBY -A.T TtJWT.
(rrdiesntlng Attorney t Vintetf fJonBtv.l
Mc ARTHUR, U1UO.
WIIT attend promptly to any hUHlnem
iprven trt It i a n.ira n,,.l ...... . .
any Court AT Vinton nndudjolnlng cauuth-H
OrnuE In tho Court House. tMf
- " i -
CHARLES W. GIST
Attorney at Lai ani 1 ar Mi,
ZALESKl, OHIO.
WILL attend nil .legal rViVsl'nr ,nirtVstl to
his care. Huu'ulv of Hlnnlr iwvr. nn.i
Mortgage nlway on hnnd,. 0rrt'B-N6. 12
West Wing Balubritlge Hloek. if
DANIEL S. SANA,
ATTORKET AT LAW;
McARf riUR; ti;
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY .A.T IiA.W,
McARTHUR,
(OPFtcg, formerly oeeunled frtr n. ft. . .
w
'ILL prMtlM In Rom. Vinton, Mil dJotnlnc
OOUIltlM. All liwall hWalnoaat A O.J
.lplm iuuinvno vnviUBfAi iff nrs
flaro pftoinptly ttonded Hi, .TO-tf
D. B SHIVlLy
ATTOBNET AT IiA"T,
McARTIIUIt, OHIO.
Will attend nroroptly to all legal hiudnesa
n trusted to his care in Vinton and adjoining
r..Mt.Au rt.., r . . i . ... v
en
oounties
jw i,.n in but, lunwmcr a uiuce.
HOMER C. JONES7
A.TTOZE2.3STETT AT tdJkVT,
M'ARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE 1T noon West of Unn. WIlU nroa,
Knpeciftl attention given to theoblleqf ion
of claims. 18-ly
MARBLE WORKS.
B. R. HIGOLNS ft BRO.,
Maaafaotarera of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB SiOftt&)
MANTLES, nmNITTOE, &c, &c.,
LOGrA.1T, OHIO.
MOOD itsshrtment of Mnrblo tdnsliiritiy on
LX handT All kinds ff
CeitietetH Wbrli
Done to orcierln the finMt ettylei. S4
INSURANCE.
O. D. HAWK,
LICENSED INSURANCE AtfENT,
AaiHtR oilio,
"rtriPnlWErTTW the folWrilhrf
Li FIKE IN8UHANCK COStPARlBS:
TNA; bt rlartfcTrd, Ctmri;
UN DE WRITERS, Navir York.
H6ME; OolOrrtbua.
MERCMANtS'i ChlencfOi
FRANKLIN, West Va.
And tho following
LIKE INSURANCE COWrAftf i
NXtI'WLi L1FE riONiE,orrN. V6rk.
g0irP'o7lclc iMttodon faonnlifr ie'rm.
teir Mn 4 CWEfatt,
MfiARtHtfR, OHIO.
WILL at tend to all btuftifoM cirfrtfste to rill
care.
DENTISTR?
Dr. S. S, DOLLISONi
McfARTHUlt, OaO;
18 now brrforoAJht mi Kindt of Dcrital
work,whlcli he fill do
Frdm IO ta 23 tidr dtfnt toWar
thasl Brit Dentist In Vinton or Mir of the ad.
Joining emiutle.
Mia wark siiall alt glr stlfelnn, Tall aad
see him,
Dana Explains.
mtiiarl-Aana, cf ll.e
New Yoi'l Siin.- I
(railed optjrt hf tfeyerrit of ll.
Iiu..aa.. - P ITl, . a At. ,
..rua or irt.nerai Uj'nrit o
Htor wlicthrr h. woiild not
lUtogt from altaeiim iiirV. fav$:
A the subject is one of a
piiblirv Afctofe,- titi MVS
t1mmiw& foJay
Gould tli'e' mmW. ,l6Vlal8
wliich Gul(Tirla1d,oiy piVI,.
ciiption to the RftSVlirw fuVid.
No rreaident s'flotilrf nt6w t'ho
bltt Of fals pfiiiertcipd; ('o' ilc
iimfn Anon his neitfpniil1 libi'ior.
II. Lei him dhmTti ,tJli, riiill
itary a'ttifches whom; jfici jiftbiS
'8. fisher messengers", (bhf
tgettt'i n ffetciKied fecrfiftr.'
rieff ?n violafion of law, nbbil't
his ryftpn a rfitf White House;
II h Let hM t arnica fAw'
- j-.j........ uuui
the nri'olie ciiry his ritfW
w "'"UV k"VvJ"
dling father, his ffmrieroinr
brother in-law,- 6o(isins;. fincldv
annta, and other' honf tttHiohs
whom he' lia aTyoirj-Ceri tc
places of eWOJiAftent afrtf au
thority, withwYd rev?rd in fi
personal, political1 or; bpsim"
qualifications; an'd1 fci him' rig
orously observe tllG' lirfnriirfl?r
laid down- hy Thomas Jefeo .
mai ine ramify relations of thcJ
lrPRirlnHif om i. t.' .-.
luiuicu IC7 OI11C0
IV. Let
dottor or doiVfirs tho cottave at
Loftg Kranch, printed to him
as a gift stiree bis itiRu'gflratrtrtt
&a Preside!?
V. Let him turn Ml nf
0ce erery man who efrer ave
unn a preseitL ana Wafce ft ii
instrrrnotintMe obstaefo ffrvli:
appoTntMent of rtnt mft wfec
it ever given turn present
VL jjitt hint dismiss fctrj
croft rtvls,. the bribetaker,
irom tne Uepartment of State.-
. --- fitiiati iiirv
Cabinet and fill its offices with'
Kepubiicans- of capacity and
repataliofi, whom the people
know and can hare confidence
in. In so doine. let hifri nrfn.
a . ----- " v . a
dot! $ fooMJr nMlrvn iUai n
-vw..va. aivblVIl bUflu lh
corporal or p'rivutc rnnsician
can saft ly be promoted at oho
jump to be a maj f general
auu pat m eommnua 01 an
army corpfj
V III. Let him earhrMtv ftnll
npch Congress to reduce the.
rates of tflxation, abolish the
unconstittitionttl Income tax,
and relieve indttstry rtttd com
metce that are now rflftkinjr the
rich richer and the poor poorer,
and crushing enterprise and
honesty to the ehrth. And if
his Secretary of the treasury
Will DotaCreft tft f Ii fnonehf-nu
- Q- -7 - a.-v'w MVUUU1 VtJ
of ffefbrto, dismiss hihn
aaV J .
JA. Let him introduce c6m
toon sense into his Attaint.
ments, and leate off dividing,
dlstraeting, Hud hi-eaklhg down
that noble orgauiatioD tho
Republican party
X. Let him send adrift tho
ring of military money makers
who Surround him nnd hhv.
cise a malignant influence! up
orHiia Cohduct; and let him a
void m.tkinf hiniRplf tiilifiilnua
o . . v ....
and suspected by engaging in
oui.u auoui Ul HC3 3 IIIC tJilU Ul)
mingo swindle, so that promi
nent Hepublicana will no lou
ef4 as now, pronounce him a
tool
Xt. Let h Im beware of tho
flatteries of silly rich men, and
leate off his adoration of gold
en calves and cease to corrupt
the youth of the Country by
evincing stich supreme wurnhip
for itiofle)
Xlt Let him announce that
he ia no longer a Cahdidate for
re-election, and declare that ho
will steirhljr adhete to the opin-
ion ae epre5seu m ibbi, that
no rnah should be PreBidpnt
more than a siriglg term.
Let hiftl do all th Me thinrr?.
and we will cordially recom-
J Ij!.. a . liu. s .
iucuu iimi ior ine complete re
tireto.tht foi which alone he
h"5 pl:bVe'd bitriaelf to be pre-
eminently quanneu.
Mn iSmmitt's bill to pay the
Coltim.rjus and Portsmouth
Tdrri pike Corripant, 4,000 for
a bridge .utirOss Paint Creek,
near ChillicolnV; destroyed by
Union1 trcWpSj under Cob Ma
son, daring the Morgan raid,
has ticlssrJd the State Senate.
Tn demogogae Morton is
Grant's henchman. An admin
istration of corruption and of
despotism could not have, a
more appropriate champion
than Morton,

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