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PUWJ.ldUUU EVBllY WEDNESDAY Wf
ar.' "W. Bowen,
KtMTOIl AND PKOl'UIKTOIl.
"OFFICE-ln Horond Htory of Howell's
liulliliiitf.-Noith blik) of Main, Btruct, Last, ol
Colllt HllllSl!.-
. , . :Tersfl3 of Subscription.
Olio copy, oho year 1 I One copy, 8 mos. .tl on
Oiwodpy, Om.mlliJ"" 75 One copy, 4 mos.. 60
Iff not p.iM within the year "
Clubs of Twenty 20 0(l
' The OMMiitio Enquirer eronlstcs FBKE OF
0TAOE HhU tiiu limits of Vinton County.
V failure li'i nu'.lfy n discontinuance at the end of the
-. no suh-ciivd rur, will be t:iken anew engagement
vil!crli)Mt):i.
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lpcjli ili cuiMHiic a square.
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a.Tih wlill'.liinal Insertion Insertion......... on
All .lvinWi. for a shorter period than Ihreo
Its mths, oliar.'1 ut tho iib.ivo rules.
cgul A'lvorU.vj.iK.nnv-M 00 pur wpinror for fin-iMertl.m-,
miO 51) cents per aqtmrs lor each additional
f"lluu"ai)l Kignro Work tit) canta additional.
inns'. 11 '" 12 mm
Ono square,
Twimqurros,
Throe squares,
Four squ iron,
Six squaj B.l,
J column,
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One column,
" Ih.slnoss Cards, not exceeding H lines, SSpar year.
' All bills iluo on Hist. Insertion oi u-"J""
1)111 wllh regular ndvcrl.lwrs to bo paid n uar .
Business Not.iec.s-M ocnl a linn'. Marriage fol I-t"-oeor.llng
to the llbi-raUly of the panic. Death
f Nlfti'f'uunnway Wive, or Husbands-double
'"yearly advertisers entitled to quarterly change.
Advertisements not otherwise ordered, will be cor,
llnuo.l until ordered discontinued, uud charged accord-
'"lwl'lL'loiH and OharllnWo Nollcea-froe.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
DONATION PARTY!
TO BE AN AGREEABLE
AFFAIR!
Everybody to be Present!
There is nothing talked of
now only the Grand Assort
ment of Dry (Hoods that are
arriving in town. It is said
that there is to 'be a Donation
Tarty at the House of W. P.
Fclton & Son, which will 'be a
very agreeable affair when it
comes oil. On inquiry, we
learn that the lady present nt
the party who buys the most
goods, will be presented with a
beautiful Dress Pattern, of the
latest Eastern Styles which the
ti nn arc; now introducing into
this market. We observe that
the firm heve used great judg
ment in the selection of the
present large and attractive
Hock of Goods and even a
child can understand that they
have only the nu)st attractive
fcfyles of Goods. It is the
most beautiful assortment they
ever brought to Vinton county
and they can r-. .'11 alford to
have a Donation Party and
make a donation, to the highest
purchaser.
TnmiK will bo two full moons in
July on tlio 2tl and 31st. July
will liavo nlonly oflight.
The host Perfumery in McArthur
at Strong's. ,.
Buiimib CoMJ'i.r.TKi). The first
briilgo on tlio Mc Arthur and Ath
ena roud cast of Uio rcsidctico of
John Lowby was completed last
wcclc. It is hardly nccossaiy for
us to say that it is constructed in
such a manner ihut it is strong and
durablo, und will last a lifo time.
Tho contractors, Mosnrs. Oilman,
"Wamd Si Co., doti't build any other
than tho best and most durablo
bridges; in fact they build tho best
bridges for a littlo money. Every
thing about their bridges is perfect
nothing blighted.
INMMHMMMMMMi
Millinkky. Ladies, go to Mrs.
E. I). Puuii's for millinery. Sho bus
ft nieo stock of rich goods, cultiva
ted taslo and cxperionco, and her
Windows aro n great attraction to
iiiBBor-by, Thoso in want of milli
nery or ladies' furnishing goods
Will do well to tako ndvantago of
hor extremely modoralo prices, bb
in stylo and quality thoy cannot do
bettor olaowhoro.
For pure Drugs go to STRONGS
Drug Store.
Cratifyinu. Wo aro pleased to
noto tho success which has attended
this paper recently. Its subscrip
tion has incroased most encourag
ingly, and tbo eagerness with
which it is sought alter shows its
Taluo as a local journal. Advortis
crrf havo in it a modi urn which is
always suro to give thorn handsome
returns. No advertisement ia so
profitable as ono spread boforo tho
reader in a live paper.
OPENING FIRE!
COMMENCEMENT OF THE
SPRING CAMPAIGN!
DAN. WILL & BROS. IN THE
ADVANCE!
THE OLD RELIABLE STANDS
FIRM!
The House of Dan, Will &
Bros, cannot be beaten at any
time. They go direct to the
Eastern manufacturers and se
lect only the choicest and latest
styles of Goods, at 6uch ex
tremely low rates, that they are
enabled to sell below the Wes
tern Wholesale Dealers. They
have at this time "cleared the
deck" for a rousing trade.
This stock of Goods, which has
began to arrive, will be the at
traction of the season the
largest and most beautiful they
have ever received. We can
not go into an enumeration of
the lot, but they have a great
number of entirely new styles
of Dress and other Goods. At
that House all can dress them
selves in any style for a very
little money. When a House
pays cash in hand for Goods the
people may rest assured that
such a House is the only place
where all kinds of Goods can
be bought at from 15 to 20 per
cent, lower than elsewhere.
Be sure aud go to Will &
Bios, first.
In all tho orchards on tho high
lands in this county, tho fruit was
not killed by tho lato frost. The
grapes, apples, and peacheg in the
orchards and vineyards of J. & W
Gold, tho Nurscrymon, ono.niilo
east of town, are not injured, excep
ting thoso very low down ou tbo
side hill.
SELECT.
GREAT ATTRACTION
—AT THE—
—AT THE— EMPORIUM OF DRY GOODS AT
ZALESKI!
Tho IIouso of Wji,l fc Co., at
Zaleski, aro now opening their
Spring and Summer Stock of all the
Novelties of tho Season. They havo
every variety of Dross Goods, White
Goods, Silks, Muslins, Prints, and
tho numerous other New Styles of
Goods fresh and bright from the
Eastern Manufacturers. Tho as
sortment is the largest and most
attractive ever ;brought to Zaleski.
Let tho pooplo for mauy miles
around go and see the grand lot
of goods, and thoy will loarn that
ho prices aro lower than ever before.
Death of Orson Hemphill.
We are pained to announce
the death of OnsoNllEMr
iiill, who had been in the
employ of the Marietta & Cin
cinnati Railroad Co., at Ham
den, iu this county, as Agent
and Telegraph Operator, for
about ten years. He died on
Friday night, the 28th ult, af
ter a very brief illness. He
was a very worthy young man,
and leaves an affectionate wife
and many relatives and friends
to lament his early demise. His
gentlemanly and social quali
ties won him the love and es
teem of all who became ac
quainted with him or had bu
siness with him. Not a word
was ever spoken against him,
as from, earliest childhood he
was truthful, noble and kind,
and always cheerful and faith
ful to every trust. Thus rude
ly snatched away in life's spriug
time, he will long be missed
and mourned by many. The
Masonic Fraternity, with their
usually solemn ceremonies, in
terred bis remains on Saturday
afternoon, in the graveyard
south of that town.
Arb H'kre. Tho martoDB, thoso
sure harbingors of spring and sun
shino, aro now fluttering over tho
oaves and roofs. Thoir prusenco ii
joyous and wolcomo, emblomatio as
thoy ' aro of tbo gonial eoasou of
buds and flowers.
A' Beautiful Assortment of Bocks
and Stationery at Strong's.
Death of Orson Hemphill. GRAND
Joint Excursion!
FROM
PORTSMUTH COLUMBUS
AND
RETURN IN ONE DAY!
VIA
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
—AND—
COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROADS.
Saturday May 13, 1871.
$3
ROUND TRIP!
From Mc Arthur t
Intermediate Points in Proportion.
Tho Excursion Train will
leave Portsmouth at 4:00
A. M.; arrive at Hamden at
0:30 A. M.; arrive at McAr
thur Station at G:40 A.M.;
Zaleski, 7:00 A. M.; arriv
ing at Columbus at 10:30
A. JI. Returninar will leave
Columbus at 0:00 P. M.-
giviug the Excursionists
from six to seven hours to
sec the Capital City.
:o
Thia will be a good opportunity
for a pleasuro Excursion, and wil
surpass anything ever before offered
tho pooplo of Vinton and surround
ing counties, and all should avai
thcmsolves of it. Ilusbands, tako
your wives 1 Brothers, take your
sisters, and if jrou havo no sister
tako your swocthoarts 1 Let every
body go ! You can havo no better
opportunity to visit tho Capitol
Ohio and sco tho Stato IIouso and
other Public Buildings and tho
thousands of other fine things.
THE SCElTEiaTr
Alone tho route botweon Athons
and Columbus is beautiful; tho roud
is in tho finest condition of any in
tho Stato ; and tho soason
"MUUIloo' tliuMuy"
will bo tho plcasantcst of tho
yoar, when the country is looking
fino. All can havo a most delight
ful time. Mako preparations for
tho Ono Day Trip!
For tho best White Lead
go to Stron f's Dmy Store.
Durino tho summer Mossr3. Gil
man, Ward & Co., will erect abridge
at tho crossing of Big .Raccoon at
tho Echelberry Mill Soat, a milo
west of Zaleski, and ono on tho same
stream near tho rosidonco of Thom
as Maoee, in Brown Township.
Judge Pjlyley roturned home
from lronton on Saturday last.
MP MS,
AND
Clionpor tliau the Clioapost nt
BiMhop'iii, Wilkcvillc,0.
The approaches to tho bridgo bo
tweon tho residences of John Fee
and J. W. Rannells nood "rocon
structing." Tho bridgo is an ex
cellent ono, but it is rather difficult
for wagons or carriagos to got into
it from either ond. Tho Commis
sioners or tho Hoad Supervisor
should givo tho mattor immodiate
attention.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G.
W. Sisson's.
Hardware for the Peole!
Tho Pooplos' Ilardwaro IIouso is
kept by Lantz & Pearce, ou South
sidoofMain' Streot. Thoir assort
ment is tho best and It is completo
in every Bbpartmont. The firm
know exactly what tho poople want,
and they can furnish it at cxtromo
ly low pricos. Tbo Pocket and Ta
bio Cutlery, Mechanic's Tools, Farm
ing Implements, Harvest Tools,
Iron Stool, arid'ovorything olso
should bo oxuminod boforo you go
elsewhere. Sco udvortfaoinout.
Stop; Stop that moping, stop
your croaking, stop envying your
neighbor's thrift, do ft worthy busi
ness, buy honest goods, deal square
y, pat up a good sign, and thon
advertise . Don t bo liko tho boy
whose futhor sont him to' town with
ti bag of green com to1 sell, but who
uggod tho stuff about the strcots all
day tied up said nothing to no
bodyand, of conrso, carried the
wholo of it back at night, unsold,
lie "hadn't heard anybody say they
wanted any groen corn-".
Spring Trade. Tbo Spring trade
has commenced and our Merchants
who patroniao tho columns of this
paper aro doing a very satisfactory
business.
A Good Ilair Restorer at Strong's
for 50 cts. a Bottle,
Question 1 Who finds all the
umbrellas that everybody loses?
Every mnn we meet loses tho um
brella he buys, but wo havo never
got acquaintod with the man that
finds them. Can any of onr readers
answer tbo question boforo the next
rain?
THE BRIGHT SIDE.
We t:iV nlasi(re In commending Tub Brioiit
Sihk to the notice of our rewlor na onetlie
iiroftiPNt. Rprluntliost Hint most vaiunnm oi 1110
iiulillcntloiiR for young (iconic with whli'hw e
aro acquainted. Sou HilvcrilKcmcnt. 12-ly
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug Store.
Peters' Musical Monthly, for
May, is boforo us and contains 1G
pieces of beautiful music, for which
the publishers ask the modost sum
of 30 cents. Send 30 conts for sam
ple, or $1 for tho January, Februa
ry, March and April numbers, and
wo aro confident you will thank us
for recommonding it. Address, J.
L. Potors, 509 Broadway, N. Y.
We wolcomo the May number of
Wood's Household Magazine We
hardly rccognizod it as it entered
our office in its now spring clothes ;
but while admiring tho color and
quality of its dress, wo wore pleas
ed to discover that it adornod our
old friend. The heavy paper is a
groat addition as well as the cover,
and its typographical appearance is
unsurpassed.
Its contents aro unexceptionable,
and among its list of contributors
are somo of tho most noted writers
of the daj Tho Magazine is furn
ishod for tho small sum of $1. Spec
imen copy froo. Address S. S. Wood
& Co., Newburgh, N. Y.
NOTHING SO GOOD AS
DR, WEAVER'S MEDICINES.
For
Humors.
TIIKSR Invnlimlilo Mcilirlncs luivo nehievn
HL'oinnlctc Triumph in cmiUcnting liu
innrii, of till kinds, frum tlio hiiniiiii HVKtcm,
They wen: Intrnilui'uil to the public mmio Mix
renin inci", nnd luivu hcon umM with onllrc mic
iws. TheCAN'CKIt ami MALT KI1KUM SYHl l'
Is taken intprnnlly, wliir.h clcuiiMiti the UImmI,
nr iiron inir iniuiii iiK'S ui iiiu RiiiTnco, when
tlio t'KUATE in npplieil, externum-, nnil nil
crniHloiis nrcileitriiyt-il. nm Una th nnil llcnu
ty rciitnreil. Tlwlr AtmiNiHiiinfl ki'ithkh lirni
rnlluil out many iKiinmnt prutiimlcrii, who luivo
IntHHlucpil tliuir womlurl'iil pro)inriitinn totho
piiniic i ni'j' urn out in hi mufC cvi'i v form
IVinii I'liiiiioii'ii'mlown torillN, nnd nil for II u
moin, (ii cowiie they are.)
Hut it linn noon rewjrveil to I)n. Wkavkr'8
Sybi p nnil Cr.iiATK to nchicvo whiit, (un(l(rtlie
rlicinnsliinc.i'N,) nuiy lie rcpinlixl as thn most
nriiiiiint lriiiiiiili yuc nohlvvcil by nny mi'ili
rino ovcrliitroiliici'il to thn American public
Why Is this t Wlniiilv Iiuciuiho tlmv iicrform
what they )iii)iiilso; nnil iiiitwithstauitliiK tho
iiurvmnuiori oi uiosu uow nnu woniiorilll prop'
ni'Hiiniisto inn pui.no. tno Mni( Itlioiiin Hvrnp
nnil Ccriilo koup stomlily on thoir w av, riuxinor
inx lis thoy po. If tho iiublln n lxh to trv those
now preparations, wo luivu not n word to sny,
fur thov have Kiii'o Komoilv to Fall Hack I'piih,
viz.. On, WKAVnR'H link or mill Halt Kliouin
Hyrnp nnd Cornto. Of thin foot tlio public hi-c
well Rwnro, for thousands, In all sections of tint
country, nnvo boon cured hy inoin, uRer all
other roniedloM hnvn uttoilv failed.
J. N. HARRIS, & CO., l'roprletors,
CINCIXNATI, OHIO
FOR IALB U
a. W. BISSON, MoArtlmr
JUL J. H. STItONU. '
R. 8. WILCOX A CO., Humdenj
H.C.WILSON,
II. II. H1SU01'S0N, Wllkenvnio.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Eeliable Druggist.
1 - 1 1
WHAT IS THE VALUE OP MONEY WHEN COM
FAKED XO HEALTH?
AIIch'm Lung Hal 8a in,
iHwnrrnntod to break up tho most troulilenomo
CoiikIi Innn incrodilily sliort tlino. Thoro Is no
romeny unit can show more ovidonoc ol real
merit than this lliilsain, for curing VoiiKuiup
lion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup, do.
IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
IT ACTS ON THE LIVER I
Which makes It more than a Cough Remedy I
HEAD THE FOLLOWING :
Marine City, Minn., July W, 1S70.
.I.N. Hahiiih Co., Hear Sirs; Tlio Allen's
Tjiiiik Balsam bus arrived. I would not Hlia to
ho without it, for It hits saved my lilo. I took
hail coiihIi, unil llnully uoiiHiiuiptlon was seated
upon me. 1 was ins very buil stato. 1 tried
ovorytliltiff Unit wan rcvoinmeiidoil, nnd spent
a grant neal of money, nnd got no helii. 1 had
tlio Allen's LiuiR llaiHam fur sale, hut I know
ootliliiKOf Its morllH. Idldnotllko to tnke It
without knowing nioro about It. I had not told
a holtlu. When youriiKontcnlled on mo 1 told
him 1 could not sell a medicine I know nothing
about, lie urged mo to try It myself. I did ho,
nnd to my grateful surprise thn llrstholl l
stopped my rough, nnd Ixifota tnu third bottl
was Itikon my Lung, were henlod nnd weir, and
I can now speak knowingly to my friends and
customers of the ipinlitleaof Allen's Lling Bill,
sain, Iromaiu rosuoctrully,
h. O. COTTUKIj.
IT IS HARMLESS Jgjy MOST DELICATE
it cjtoTAtys no oriux ix any ron.v I
It U sold by Medicine Dealers every where.
OATJTIOIT.
Do not be docel vod. yon who wan t Bood mod -lolno.and
deslro "AUm'i lunf flAim, 1 Mi not
allow unprincipled dealers lo soil you other Ilnl.
sains, Hon that yon get AI.LKM LUNO HALftAV'
ami vou Will Imve tlio bent cough remedy ollei-ed
tollieimbliot aud ono Hint will glvo snilsfuu.
Hon. J. N. IIaKKIS A CO..
Sole Pniprletoi's, Ciuoinnati, O.
ro HkiM 1
0. W.BIBBOrT, McAithur;
Dlt.J. B. BTUONO,
H.8. WILO()XBRO., Ilsimlsili
II. (1. WIION, "
U. U. B1SI101" X BOS. WllkoiTlllo.
n8-ly
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Doc. 28, 1870, Trains will
run as follows:
a
: 0 :
: "o '
? :
.26 h.
a si
&i iff iff
B 3 oi x i i "i x ni
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: : : : '-o
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t
Mne7 " Sg I g ? 3 S S $ a
35533518 585!2SSSV5S2!2agi9
X : : :
9
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to
rudi?iH r. oi ci iti fi i w X -f o A (j
25 i
i-3 :
:? :
.2 5 J
5 ft.
35!?S?5I3!S'4'4;,?.52S
jf?ioiootf-ii'-oJ2i
CINCINNATI KXPRKSS will run dally,
All aH.a.I'.i.I... il.tlli. uv..nt-.t Ui.n.l.i.r
CINCINNATI KXPflEH.S KAST miikCH no
stop botweon Ilanulon and Athens.
3 3S .ESiE5.arSS'Sa
Portsmouth Branch.
it all. Accommodation,
Dep. Hamden
Jnekson
Ar'r. PortHinonth
Dep. Portsmouth
Ar v. JackHon
Hamden
1.20 p. u. H-.00 A. M,
l.M " 7.(Ki "
tai " lO.M "
7.S0 A. M. 12.:i0 P. M.
10:10 " 4-.:lO "
10.50 " 5.10 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
For nil points on the Little itinml Haiirond.aiid
at tho Indianapolis A Cincinnati Ituilixmd Junc
tion fur nil points West.
W. W: 1'KAHOnY,
Mutrof Traiitporttttlon:
KANSAS 8c MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
3EXPEESS TRAINS DAILY Q
EUN THUOUGH PROM O
Cincinnati Without Chanffe of Cars
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
OKLYROAD
Owned and operated hy one Company from Cin
cinniill to St. Louis, therefore passengoi-s are
Sl'KK ofbelng carried through without change
of cm s
THUS AVOIDING
tho pnasiliillty Incident to othor routes (which
aro made up of several short roods) of missing
connections, and subjecting thoir ptisxeugen to
disagreeable cliuiiges.
Families and Others Seeking; Homes
in tlio rich valleys nnd on tho fertile prnirios of
wcsivni .Missouri, nsnsns, noiirasKa, uolorailo,
or tliomoro distant ttnteofCiillfornla, will cou
suit their own Interest by calling ou or address
ing the undorsigncd, Contracting Agent, as a
long resilience in mo weniorn country lins In
miliurizcd him with the best localities.
Thlsj Route is 37. miles) Shorter than
U in 37 miles) S
via Indiamapol
ilia.
TIIKOlCsII TICKETS
Cnn bo iMirchnfed nt nil th Principal Ticket
Oulccsof Connecting Lines, and in Cincinnati
ut tlio Oenerul Oilices of the Company,
119 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner Levee, and at De
pot Foot of Mill Street,
C. K. FOLLET, J. L.OllLSWOLD.
Oen. Pass. 4 Ticket A'gt, Uon. Superintendent
St. Louis.' KU Louis.
EDWARD GALLUP,
Contracting Passenger Agent,
110 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio,
FOR LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Ttieoomplotlon of tho Louisville Division of
this mud and tho splendid cquipmuut lor pass
engor travel mukus this the
BEST ROUTE TO L0DIS7ILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
Soutli and Southeast.
9 THIiOUGir TRAINS
O Dally.
Wltlj Direct Oeiniectlons from tho Knst for
Louisville Without Changs of Cars I
This Is tlw only road whose trains leave Cin
cinnati and passengers nro delivered nt depots,
hotels or resiliences in LomIsvIIIuFKKE.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio A Miss.,
and take no otftcrs.
TIIROIJtiilriCKETS
Can b purchased at all tlio
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
CIHCIN1TATI,
At tlio Ch'noml Oltlcesof tho Company
110 VINE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main 81 eor. Levee,
nnd at thu Depot, foot of Mill 'Rtreet.
CHAM. K. FOTXKTT. T J.L.CRWWOM),
Uen.l'ass. A Tlekrt A 'at I Uen. Bup'U
8t. Louis. tH. liottia.
Edward Gallup,
Conl TH Ing Passenger Asenl,
110 Vine ih., I IncliiimU, Ohio.
Had tbe Reiirtbricanis of the
North been one half as anxions
and' earnest to create rv feeling
of brotherhood between men
North and South, aa they have
to oppress, villify and tear open
the wotrnda of war, this were a
happy, prosperous nnd peace
ful country today. But when
the land is at peace, Republican
office-holders, law-makers and
irritationists do not prosper.
TIME TABLE. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
TIME TABLE Took Effect on Monday, September 19, at 6 A. M.
Through Car
From COLUMBUS (ria Athens) t POBTSMOIJTH
Otm the Oalambni & Hocking Valley and
Mario'ta & Oluolanatl Bail Roali.
Going; East.
No. 1.
No. 3
LEAVE.
A.M.
8 00
884
841
P. M l
. 85MI
OX
Columbus,.. .
f.roveport,..
Winchester.,
buncos tor,..,
nail
8 44
2
410
KOsI
Sugar drove
Liouun
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Going West.
No. 21 No.
I.KAVK. A.M.
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Sal Ina 6..
1:40
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2:M;
Vclsonvllle 7:18
IItt.vdeuvillu72
I.oitiin I-A'.t
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Sugar UrovcSdS
S:IO
S:4fl
4:08
4':18
4:55
l.ancuHtor . .o:.i
W'inehester :IK
(Imvepnrt . .9:21)'
Uoluiniius..iU:U.
Car on the 8:00 A.M. Train runs through to
Portsmouth without chaiiKe, arriving at McAr
thur at at 12:27 p. M.; and Car for the 1:80 P.M.
Train from Portsmouth for Columbus- arrives
at Mc Arthur at 12:07 p. M.
Close connections made nt Lancaster for fir
clcville, KanpHvillo, and all points- o tho Cin
cinnati & Muskingiiin Valley lti.rlway.
Direct connection made nt Columbus for Day
ton, Springfield, IndinnapollM, Cbicngo. nnd all
point West: also, for Cleveland, lliitliilo, Pitts
burg, Philudelphia, Now York, ami all points
East.
Connection mndo nt LKn by both Trains
with all Trnlns for 8truHMvillo uud all points
on theStraitsvillo Ilrune.h.
J. W. DOHERTY.
bupcriutendent.
J. W. DOHERTY. E. A. BUELL. Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
J. W. DOHERTY. E. A. BUELL. Gen'l Ticket Ag't. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and after MOV DAY, May Willi. 1871 , Pas
senger trains will leave COI.I'M BUS, and ar
rive nt poinus naniuii ueiow, as totiows
Stations,
No. 2.
Sin. 4.
No. 0.
Columbus
Crestline
Clovelnud. ...
Erie
Dunkirk
Huffulo
Niagara Falls
Rochester. ...
IlilOam
, . 1 .15 p 111
,.8:')0p m
, . .7 :05 p m
. .H:5o pill
.10:bOpm
. .7:ll0ii in
4:1)1) p m
7:40 (5 m
lo x p m
l :m a m
8 m a m
4:10 pui
7:(H)am
7:05 a m
2:30 pm
11:50 pm
2:35 am
H :15 a in
7 M a in
10:50 a ill
l i :().' II 111
1:511 pill
4 :!") )l 111
& 115 p in
1 :50 a Ul
11 :00 a 111
.1 tflnni
Albany 0:15-a in
lioston 5;(l5p ill
New York Citv. .!1:U0 p m
u :OU p 111
0:1)0 a in
Da.l'osse imvr trains returning arrive ut Co
1 ii in I in s ut 9:53 am, 12:H0 pm, 1 p 111, and 12:00
nigni.
m"no fl" leaving Columbus at 2:25 a m,on
Kiiiidny, runs through without detention, by
both hide nnd Now York Central Railways,
arriving nt New York o.i Monday morning ut
7 o'clotvk
The Tliroogli Cur from Portsmouth via Ath
ens to Columbus over tbe Marietta & Cincinnati
and thn Columbus & Hocking Valley Rail
roads, which passes McArthiir at 12:27 p m.. and
nil other trnlns on the Columbus A Hocking
Valley Railroad, make close connections ut
Columbus with Trains No. i aud No. I ore tlio
"Itoe Line."
For particular Information in regard to
through tickets, timo, connections, etc., th all
point Kast. West, North and Houth, apply to
oruddross K. KOUP, Columbus, Ohio.
K.8. FLINT. Oen. Superintendent.
JAMES PATTERSON, -
th:n. Agent. Columbus, 0.
EtIGKNK FORI),
Passenger Agent, Columbus, 0;-
JSTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J. JP. TOWBL1,
WUOl.ESAI.E DIALER IN-
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
Front Street. . Portsmouth t O.
J. P. TOWKLL is agent for several Wills, and
his house is lieadipinrtcrs for many desirable
makes of Kostern Goods. All' goods will be
sold ut the lowest Missible prleo.
Close Cash Hovers, Klist Class- Time, Trade,
Wholesale Peddlers and f urmu-.onien are par
ticularly invltectlo au examinatiou of his stock.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
BULLIONS Bear Teetlmony to the
Wonderful CaratKe Kfleet of
DR. WALKER' 4iLjTOBNU
J. WALKS rroprl.w. k H. NoOosald 4 Co llniKfcl.ts n4
Of n. A' li, tu rnsclMO, O.L, and u ulU Oounnro. 81, N. .
Vinegar Bitten aro not avllo Fancy Drink.
Mndo of Poor Unnt, Whiskey. Proof Hplrit
and Refuse Liquors doctored, spiced and sweet
ened to ploosa the tasto, called "Tonics,' "Appetis
ers," " Restorers," Ac, that lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but aro a trno Medicine, mads
from tho Natlvo Roots and Acrbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Btlmalants. They aro the
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A LIFE
GIVING PRINCIPLE, n perfect Konovator and
lnvlRorotor of the System, carrying oft all polsopoua
aittter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can tnke tlics Bitters according to direc
tions and remain long unwell, provided their bono
are not destroyed hy aiinoral poison or other means.,
and tho vital organs wasted boyond the point of re
pair. They area Gentle Fargatlve an well aea
Tonic, possessing alno, the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflsm
nintlon of tho Liver, and all the Visceral Organs.-
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, whether In
yoniig or old, married or slnglo, at tlio down of wo
manhood or at the turn of life, theso Tonic hitters have
no equal.
For InOnmmntory end Chronla Rheuma
tism ami Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
lllllona, Remittent and Intermittent Fevers,
nisenses of the KleodV Liver, Kidneys, and
Bladder, these Bitters have been most successful,
fqeh Dlaoasca are caused by Vitiated Blood,
which Is generally produced by deraugement of tlio
Dluesilvo Organs).
DYtfFKPtflA OR INDIGESTION. Head
acho, Pain In tho Bhoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dlizlnose, Boor Ernctations of tlio Stomach,
Und tasto la tho Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
ofthoHoart, Intlammatlon of the Lungs, Psln In tin
regions of tho Kidneys, and hundred other paluful
symptoms, ore tho on'spi'lnge of Dyspcpsls.
They Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tori
ilU liver amrbowels, which rendor them or unequalled
efficacy la cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and
Imaarting Sew life and vigor to th wholftsvstera.
FOR HKIJf DISEAHF.S, Eruptions, Tcttor, Bait
rthoum, Ulotclies Spots, Phnploa, Pustules, Bolls, Car
buncles, ltlng-Worms, Scald-Ilead, Bore Eyca, Erlslp
elas. Itch, Scurfs, BlsoolorsUons of tlio Skin, Humors
nd Diseases of the Bkln, of whatever nsme or nature,
re literally dug ap and carried out tf the lystcnvln
short time by the ni of three Itlttrra. One bottle In
snrh esses will convince tbo uiosl Incredulous of Uielr
uratlvo cUcxt.
Clesnsa the Vlllnted Blood whenever yon And tte
miparltles tiursl Ing tlirough tho skin In Pimples, Krun
tlonsor or, rlesnn lt wlicn yon find It obstructed
ml sluggish Inthovrlnai elcnnsoltwhenHlsfuiil.and
your reiillnas will tell yon when. Keep the blood burs
nd th health of His system will follow.
PIN, TATE, nrt other WORM ft, lnrklng In ths
vitoni of o ninny tlionssnds, sre illoclosMv drstmr
edanil removed. For hill directions, read rsrefulfr
tho elron ar aronnd each bottle, printed In (our lour
guagea-LnglUU, tiornan, I rench and Bpanlsa.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. II. McDONALD a CO,
Druvglsta and Oen. Agents, Ban Francisco, Cel., and
13 and B4 Commerce Btreet, New York.
ee-BOLD BY ALL PHUQOUTtt AND DEALERS.
J. W. DOHERTY. E. A. BUELL. Gen'l Ticket Ag't. "BEE LINE." Business Cards.
AMERICAN HOTEL,
C6rtieniblnild Slhte Stivpllr,
(Nearly Opp-mrtlB Shitb It!iim;)l)
CGT.XrZtL-&U&f OHIO'.
E J lL0ul,.T, - Propritt'r,
THft HOTI'If. Itr furnlsflrd UirOuglloMt wllfr
. ,thn miti u.n 1. ..... -.i. .
................ .i,,M.f.,f-ii,i-i,iff,. nutrrrHll-
roly oit tho best retm!il nnd Very lo Hills.
Htt-w t Oars p88 tills llotei: to add fivm
IdiOrond liepois..
CTEP'OT WO TEL,
M.BIEEKLE, - - Fwrrtt,
TnWBofel , fW fe from' the StillreaiV
Ukpatanil wli;fe uti' tWivslen. ilix.n nip
trains cnn tntt mpirtH.haa Just been great IV
enlarg)-d aim thoroughly repaired,, pninleif,
Ac. ami is ilow ltaeniirolotlB order-ftin tUu rt
ceptlmvofguwo,, -fralrlS(itop ten. Un'
utes for-meals. -THrm mUdhbatk.
tSHAM HOUS E,
JAsCKSOW,- WPO
fnllW?.;,,' iVr"J,! W nr "rt'l hen'ntl!
fully fiirniKhed. Jfavlng srtporlor fiicllltleg,
everything wW he done ton, ke gooKti eom'
fortnble. I nl.lo always RnipllcoV with host;
mnrket nffonlH. Nicely fiirnli-lit'ir Rooms and)
cleanest Bwltr Oood" Stables. Kvi n,r
made for t hcoomfoi ofpntraiw. AlclutKe'
MER'OrfANTS" MOTEL,
PORTSSfO'D'TH, OHIO,
J. W: VAftNER, . - Propretorv
THIRirotel ls in toio most; eonvenlonrpnr
i . of J'r-oriK'roiit hrtreot, between'Mnr
ketniMiJetrerNorK
PHYSICIANS.
Sv W. MONAH AN, IVT, V.f
PHYSICIAN AND SUES E ON,
SAMMir, OHIO.
Ai-CA-Sfifr' entriistod to Him" wHrrecelvo
proimit and envcful aOtciitibn. nt roasonuble'
foes-. OrTH:-on Main St.
J. C. BISHOP, M. Dr.,"
PHtSICIAN AND SUKQ-EON
Wilkesville, Onio.
SPECIAL sttnntiiin glvon to the porfhrtnsnco oTSur
glosl Olicnill -wn.
Offite-Wlth H II Blsbopi U. D;, in narsrV
4.1-y
ATTORNEYS,
J. IVf. MoQ I L Lf V ftAV-
ATTOEHEY JLT TuJW
D ii . . r TTi , rt ..."
McAltTIIUR, OHIO.
TtflLL attend ivomptly. fo any Bnnlnes
tt erven-to Ills care unit mimmn.im.iit i.n
any Courts of Vinton nnoadjoiulng couniles
Okpick In the Court IIouso. W-tf
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Lai aa J Rotary Pule,
ZALESKf, OHIO.
WILLntteild nil legal Kslneas entrusted fry
his euro. Supply of Rlnnlt Deeds auif
Mortgages ulWrvys on hand. OFFrcE No. 't
West Wing HniirbrltfBe Hiock. tf
BAJfflEL ST. DANA,
ATYtVRJTEY AT LAW,
McARTHUR, O.
U S, CLAYPOOLE,
McARTHtTR
(Officii, formerly occupied bv I). 9. Uaia.V
WILL pracfleo iff Riws, VililoDi and adjoining
counties. All K-lhI business ontrusb'tl Ur litr
oare paomptty attended to. 86-tl
B S HI V EL,,
attobney jrc Xj-jijw;
Mc ART llu It, OHIO,
vnn alTenrVproniYitly fo- nil lv-mrl Hnhlnes
entrusted to his rare In Vinton and ntllnrniiiK
counties. OkMck-In tho Itecorder'a OIHce.
HOMER C, JONES,
M'AfKTlIUIJ, onia
OFVrcE 1st nooit West of Dnn. Will firosv
Kspeelul oiteullou given to tliecolleclioiK
of claim w. IS-ly'
MAfiSXE WORKS,
Br R. HIQGINS & 2R0.,
MaanCaotnrer of
MARBLE MONUMENTS,
TOMB STONIS,
MANTtESi FUENITUEE, &e.f &c,
XjOO--A.3ST, OHIO.
rOOUnssovtment of JSarlife coftstautlV on
UT hund. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
TMirto to order in tlio flnest stylo. 54
INSURANCE.
O. D. HAWK, .
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Ms) ARTHUR, OHIO.
''KFRFSEpTTH the foHowhii
FIRK IN-rilKANCK COMPAJlCS:
iCTNA, of Hartford, Conn.
UN DEW FITTERS, NewYoi-It.
HOME, Colunvbua.
MERCHANTS', Chienrfo)
FFtANKLltT, West Va.
Aud the follow Ing
LIFE INSURANCE COMPACT:
N ATrWL. L.I FE 5k HOME, oIN. York.
Policies IsHiioil on reasonable terms.
IfcDONALD lOTTRIDGE,
County Surveyor, k Cuaveyaicer,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
w
ILL attend to aU'busiaoss cn tins ted to his
euro.
DENTISTRY
Dr, S. S. DOLLISON,
DENTIST.
McARTHlTR, OHIO.
19 now prerinrpd for all Klntli of Dental
work, which he will do ,
Prom 10 to 25 per Cent Lower
than any Dentist In Vinton or any of the nd-
joining mum m-is
Ills work shall nil fftve s.ntlv fart Inn. ('nil anil
ep lillii.

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