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,rUBIMllBUVKKV WBIWKHUAY 11V
W. Bowon,
i EDITOR tun .
rifcn-ir:Fln Hmuud hu.rv of Uuwelt't
MultillHg, NorUi BlUt) of .Main Street, Kiwi
Lourt mruae. , .
Tarma of - Subscription.
On oopy, oneyenr,... ,t 00 I One copy, '. .'
Out entry, arontbs.M. tt On cnpjr, 4 mot.i
If not paid within the year ...
riiibn of Twenty .....'. "K1
The PxmoamUe Knq'Unr efaihlm FHHK OH
tWTAOR wlthla the limit, of VlnUrtl County.
f.lbn-e to notify a rllsernitlnn.nee at tho end of the
16 iUIMOrMJQ Hirv Will VW milUM .nR0,Mf...
w tnracriuiina.
Aivartiainff Bates.
WTIlepooBtt(n'ed by Klhnesof thi (Nonpareil)
tpeahall uniisUtlM a sqimra.
J wnwisim woek 81 W 0nqiiare,8 week. Ji On
Al. ..I.IUI.....1 InMriinn liiMrlltlll
All adterlhtlng for horter parted than throe
h .nth., clirl t the above rates.
Least Advcri1inenl-Sl Pr square for -firs
tnscndon. .
Utile sod Figure wore mi n iiu.imu,
if mtfsi
One wpine, 8 IW
Twosuunrcs, n HO
Thrao sqti ires, 1
Four .quires, 9 00
HI naies, Vimi
i column, 14 "0
y. column, In OH
. i o j twi
0 IMOH.
12 mns
8 tl Oil
7 IMI
0 t
11 tin
K no
20 00
t H (III
10 IMI
14 on
ir on
20 IMI
27 on
44 oo
80 00
..n, comum, . v. ..... .V.
44 (Ml
JtiiHlnoas tjanlH, not evciieiims nwi"
All Will .1 n.i on flrst. Insertion of advertisement;
HIIU with re, jnlsr advertisers to be paid onartcry.
Business Nntlees-10 cunts line'. Mnrrlsire Nm
fos-ordlng to the liberality of I he pnrtte. Death
IVntlcos free. . , . ,
Notice, of Itanaway Wive, or Husbanili-doubl
Tearlv ..tvertiscrs entitled to quarterly ehsngea,
Advertliieiii.nui nut otherwise ordered, wll be con
tinued until ordered itloontinued,iind charged accord
ingly. Kell(lonii and Charitable Nollees-froo.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. Special Bargains!
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
A GRAND DISPLAY!!
LARGEST STOCK! FINEST GOODS!
—AND THE—
—AND THE— LOWEST PRICES!!
The IIou96 of W. , F. Fkl-
ton Jt Son is now placed on
an equal footing with the
wholesale houses of the West,
m it U supplied with all the late
styles' of Goods from the Eas-
tci;n Market, and can there
fore sell as low as the western
wholesale" houses. The stock
is continually -kept complete
and full by fresh arrivals.
Everything is new and novel,
oa well as very attractive. All
Goods were Vought a reduced
prices. So those of our numer
ous readers who come to town
should not fail to visit the
House of Messra. Fulton and
Son and you will' find that it is
thoroughly, filled with the very
best good in the market and
vIik;1i are being sold at much
lower rates than at other Hous
es. Why, we heard a lady say
yesterday that "the Dres
Goods at that House were the
handsomest and most stylish
ever brought to this towu and
that they are as cheap as ele
gant.'' And of course the la
dies know.
Tiik following are tho officers of
tlio McArthur l'oung Alon a wim
tiun Association (or tho ensuing
torm of six months :
President It. Dos Martin.
Vice President John Slraub.
Secretary YA. B. Drake.
Treasurer Morris Evans.
Chaplain J. S. Ilulin.
lludget Header J. C. Tugli.
lingular meetings ut tho .1. E.
Church overy Jondny evening. A
varied program ino of literary oxer
cises. Citizens and strangers visit
ing our pluco, aro cordially invited
to attend.
Oitb County Surveyor, McDon
ald Lottridob, was absent Survey:
ing all of last week.
TilERK was considerable rnin in
this region lust week, causing the
streams to ''get on u high."
Don't Be Humbugged!!
By flaming advertisements of
'Mammoth Stocks," but go to
Martiu's, where you can buy
goods cheaper than at any oth
. er house in the county !
The Railroad Excursion.
'Jho .llailroad Excursion to Co
lumbus next Saturday will bo do
Iightful. , Arrangements aro being
made for a large numbor. Lct'o all
go. All aboard 1 .
Se J W Tatman and toll him
yon want him to take yon to the
Station next Saturday morning.
Till! attention of those whom it
may concern is directed to tlio ad
vertisement of II. 11. Swaim, in this
paper, under tho beading of Choice
Land for Salo. lie wishes to sell
on very easy terms 40 acros of most
excellent timber and ore lahd,uboul
a mile from Vinton Station, on the
M.&C.R.R.
Foil the Best Bright and
Black; Navy Tobaccos in town,
go tixMAitTlN's Old Corner
Store.-
of
W
GRAND
Joint Excursion!
FROM
PORTSMOUTH TO COLUMBUS!
AND
RETURN IN ONE DAY!
VIA
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
—AND—
COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROADS.
Saturday May 13, 1871.
'$3
ROUND TRIP
Fvom McArthur,
Intermediate Points in Proportion.
The Excursion Train will
leave Portsmouth at 4:00
A. M.; arrive at llamden at
i:JO A. M.; nrrive at McAr
tliur Station at 6:40 A.M.;
Zaleskl. 7:00 A. nrriv
in? at Columbus at 10:30
A. .11. Keturnlns: will leave
Columbus at (J:O0 P. W.
givingr the Excursionists
from ix to seven hours to
see the Capital City.
This will bo ft good opportunity
lor a pleasure Excursion, and will
surpass anything over before offorcd
tho people of Vinton and surround
ing counties, and all should aval
themselves of it. Husbands, take
your wives! Brothers, tako your
sisters, and if you have no sister
take your sweethearts ! Let every
body go ! You can have no better
opportunity to visit tho Capitol of
Ohio and see the Stato IIouso and
other Public Buildings and tho
thousands of other fine things.
THE SCEiraBY
Along the routo between Athene
and Columbus is beautiful; tho road
is in tho finest condition of any in
tho State ; and tho senson
"Mlililleo' the Mftj "
will bo the plensnntest of the
year, when the country is looking
fine. All can have a most delight
ful time. Make preparations for
tho Ono Day Trip I
For Ay er '8 Medicines, go to Q.
W. SisBon's.
Paints 10 cts. Yard wide
Brown Muslin, 10 to 12J cts.
Splendid Summer Shawls,
Dress Cooda, Notions Every
thing at greatly reduced prices
at Mautin's.
Come and see our stock, as
we are determined to sell you
goods at some price, if you will
but call and see us.
AND
PAINTS!
C'licnpcr thnrt tho Che.ipoiit nt
lHhoi', Wllkcwvillc.O.
The ZnlosLi Freight and Accom
modation Train, J. 11. Youno, Cor.,
ductor, in making the usual daily
trip from Vinton Station to Vinton
Furnace, fell from tho track on
Friday last, on her way down. The
heavy rains had causod the road
bod togivo way.
A negro in Pike county was kick
ed on tho hoad by a mulo one day
last wook, and it is said tho mule's
fooL Was badly mashed.
For Pure Drags and Medioines
goto Sieson's.
Don't go home from Court
this week without calling at
Martin s Old Corner Store, one
door west of Court House, and
learning the astonishingly low
prices at which they are selling
gojus ior
cash.
Editorial Convention.
Convention met at Ialiani House,
nt 10 o'clock A. M.
The members present Were
SI. Mi Stlmson, Marietta Jleyinter;
Edward Raine, Portsmouth Cor
respondent
C. E. Irwin, Portsmouth Jtcpubli
can; . .
Cl. J. It. S. Bond, Scioto Odette;
Copt. F. E. Armstrong, Ross Coun'
ty Register;
Cnpt. J, n. Putnam, Chlllicothc
Advertiser;
J. L. BoardmanIIillsboro JW;
Thomas Gliddon, Erie (Pa.) Ca
sette;
Gen. Thomas If. Wildes, Athens
Journal i
C. E, M. Jennings, Athens Mess
enger;
. II. 0. Doddridge, Manchester (la.
:ette;
uipt. John T. Knpcr, Vinton
Hecord:
J. W. Bowen, McArthur Enquirer;
Smith. Townsley and Irvine Dun-
gan, Jackson Herald;
D. Alack ley. Jackson Standard:
J. W.Eylar, West Union Defend.
er;
O. B. Chapman, Pomoroy Tele
graph;
W. S. Furay, Cincinnati Gazette;
J. J. Piatt, Cincinnati Commercial.
Tho minutes of the Inst meeting
were read and approved.
An informal presentation of views
and experience of members then
ensued until tho hour of. noon, up.
on tho subjects of tho club system
of advertising agencies, prices of
advertising and job work, systems
of payments and collections, the
wear and tear of presses and mate
rial, and othcr'mntters of interest to
the craft.
On motion of Mr. Dungan, Messrs.
Armstrong, Ilaper and Raino wcro
appointed a committoo to prepare
toasts for tho winning exercises, in
connection with a committee ol
citizens.
Adjourned.
After having visited Orange, Ful
ton and Monroo Furnaces, and the
ore mines at Portland,' tho Conven
tion resumed business at 7 o'clock
P. M.
The following resolutions were
ntroducod by Col. Bond, and adop
ted :
Resoi.vkd, That it is the judg
ment of this Association, thai It in
against the truo policy of tho pub
lishers of Ohio, to cncouraro the
club system of advertising, practiced
by certained agencies in New York
and Cincinnati.
JtusoLVEn, That the meetine ol
tho Ohio Valley Editorial Associa
tion have been both profitable and
pleasant, and that we cordially. in
vite and urgo in the future, the 'at
tendance of all editors and publish
ers embraced within the limits of
ts boundary.
Capt. Armstrong introduced the
following resolution, which wes
adopted :
RraotVKn, That the thanksof the
Ohio Valley Editorial Union bo and
nro horebv tendered to Messrs.
Mack ley, Dungan and Townsley, of
the Jackson presa, to Dr. I. T. Mon-
alum of the Isliitm House, the mom-
crs of the several committees ol
roception, Maj. Peabody of tho M.
& C. R. 11., tho proprietors of the
several furnaces visited, in partieu-
ar, and to the citizens of Jackson
n general, for the cordial reception,
tospitulity and attention cxtonded
to the mombcrsof the Union, dur
ng their present visit to Jackson.
Tho Convention thon proceeded
to tho election of ofllcors, with tho
following result:
President Davis Mncklcy.
Vice-President II. C. Doddridge.
Secretary C. E. M. Jennings.
On motion of Mr. Jennings, Ath
ens was soloctod as tho next placo
of mooting, by unanimous consent.
On motion of Col. Bond, J. J. Pi
att was invited to preparo and read
a poem at tlio next annual meeting.
Mr. Piatt being present, signified
his acceptance of tho invitation.
Mr. J. II. Putnam was elected as
orator for the ensuing meeting.
Mr. Putnam introduced tho fol-
owing resolution, which was adop
ted :
Resolved, That tho Ohio Valley
Editorial Uuion atlond tho State
Editorial Convention, at Cleveland,
on tho 11th of July, in u body, ac
companied by their wives, and that
a committee of throo bo appointed
to arrange tor transportation, etc.
Messrs. Putnam, Bond and Arm
strong woro appointed said commit-
too.
Ocn. Wildes Invitod tho members
visiting Athens to take their wives
and families, and members gonorul-
y signified their intention of accep
ting tho Invitation.
Adjourned,
i
n-niiilv
a
a
I
R. M. STIMSON, Pres't.
J. T. RAPER, Sec'y.
J. MJ GibhoJI, our friend and
brother typo, is in town on a visit.
Uoia on his way Kast.
to
Tni bridffe on tho road loading
to Vhiton Station, near the residence
of Jlr. IIowicm,, was completed lust
week.
Train Coming!
Look at the Grand Adrer
tisement of Gilinan, Ward and
Co. bee what a bg lo id of ele
sjant good they have on board.
They have been very particular
in buying their goods ironi the
and chentiest wholesale house.
ami, having revolutioniZ'd the
prices of Goods in thw county,
can sel 1 sell lower than any
other Unnsc
Thrick are four apple trees
on our lot (formerly the Alex.
Allen property) lhat hare
positively refused to bring
fourth any fruit. On the 28th
of April we stripped the bark
off of one from the, 'ground to
the first branches and on the
9th of May we perved the other-three
in the same style. All
are alive and doing well. Next
year we expect these trees will
bear the choicest fruit, that is if
stripping the bark from their
bodies will have any effect up
on them1
Get some of that 'if) cent
Coffee, and 11 cent Sugar at
Martin's. Twill lhake your
children glad.
The Howe Sewing Machine.
ch i lie.
Tho Curhy Brothers, Chillicothe,
Ohio, aro Agents for the Howe
Sowing Machine in Ross and Vin
ton counties. They were formerly
residents of Vinton county, and are
honost and energetic young men.
They nro selling an excellent Sew
ing Much i no which should bo in use
in every family. Occasionally they
will visit this county.
Many of tho Township Assessors
feel friendly toward tho Democratic
Enffuirer, and wo remind them that
it kind word from them in our be
half would assist us very much, and
would bo a favor which we would
duly appreciate. For any new sub
scribers sent to us through them,
wo will cheerfully' mnko amonds for
timo and trouble We aro still
sending the Tburman Portrait to
all subscribers who pay up their
present indebtedness or to 'all new
subscribers who pay in advanco for
ono year.
Hardin county, has voted
largely in favor of free turn
pikes.
NOTHING SO GOOD AS
DR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES
Fop Humors.
TIIKSK Inviilmililtt MinIIi'Iih' huro ncliicvfl
nCnmnUttn Trluinph In irniliiuliif Hih
inur. in mi Kimn, inilil iiih nullum hvmIimii
They wn-IntriMlm ed to Mm imhlii-
ywirMflncr. anil hnve Imh-ii iinhI with I'nliiv unit,
rwi. ThmiANCKIl ami SALT KlIKir.M SV Iter
Ik tukt'ii InliTiiiilly, which el can mm tin. imm,
liy tlirriwinir impiirltli-n to ilu Niirfuuo, when
tin C'KltATK in iini.ll.il. Kih-riiiillr ..l .11
eruption itreilinlrnyifl.iiiiil Heiiltli'mul Homi
ly rvHuimi. liiiiir amtomkiiimi mm-i-huh Iiim
nlli'il out ninny lirminint irt'toinli-r-i. who hiivo
IntnxliieH llicir wniiili-rl'iil iii upm-uliori to tho
Mini 111 iiii-.T tint nut in iiiiui'.t i-vi-rv form,
mm I'niim ma'xiloM 11 to PIIIh. 11ml 1.11 for H.i.
iiiiiik, (ofnmr thfy art.)
Hut It hint iH-on rrHerviil to Tih. Wkivkh'm
SvKi-fnnil I'kiiatk to iichk-vu what, (tiiuU-rtlie
intiiniMiini-iK,) niny im. rvftnriKH tl Hut most
hrillliint trlinnpli yet nuhlitvoit by any mcili
itlne i-vitrlntroilncitil t.i tint Amcrirau pulillr.
Why Is Ihinf Hlinply Imiiiihui thuy iMTlonn
whit thi'.v promliwi nml notwitliHUmllng tliu
Inlr.xliii tliin iil'thfsu nw nml womlorful prflu
Hrtionn to thu pulillo, tho Suit KIk-iiui Hvmp
nml Ornt kwp HtfHililyon their wmv, compter
ln ii" they n. If tho iiiitilln with to try llii-so
nmr prepurationx, wo have not 11 word to Ha,
for t hoy have mire Hemeilvto KnII Murk I'puh,
vl., Or. Wnvnirs ankor ami Halt Klu-uin
Synipund (rnto. Of thin fai-t I ho pnlilic are
well aware, for IhoimnniU, In ull noclloiirt of tin)
country, have Imvii itiinvl liy tliein, utter nil
other reiiieil lea have ulterlv failed.
J. N. HARRIS, A CO., I'loin letnrs.
t INl'IXNATl,
01110
KOIt SALE II V
O. W. BISON.
Ill. J. H. STItONO,
II. S. W I I.OOV A CO.,
II. C W I LSI IN',
II. II. lUSIIDP ASON,
Me Arthur ;
llamden;
WllkeKvillo.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Reliable Druggist.
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF MONEY WHEI 00M
FARED TO HEALTH ?
Allen' Lmi Balsani,
lawiirrnnleil to break up tho niot troiibliwomo
CoiikIi In an Inereillhly ahort time. There Ih no
that can nhov morn evldeneo of real
merit tlinii Ihln ItaUain. Tor curing C mMiinp
t Ion, Couglm, Colds, Astliinii, Croup, Ac,
IT ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS I
IT ACTS ON TIIKLIVKKI
Which ninkea It mora than a Cough Keniody I
READ THE FOLLOWING :
Mamnb City, Mich., July J7, IWO,
.T.N. IlAHKIHa Co.. Dear Sirs! The Allen'a
T.uiiK Bnlnam has arrivwl. I would not like to
lie. without it, for It hna saved my life. I took a
lull coiiKU.iiml nnully ooiihii
consumption wan seated
very bad suite. I tried
iiMin mo. 1 was in a very bad suite. I tried
uvorythrntrtlint waa roooiiiiiiuniled, and siicnt
Ki-ont oeal of money, and got nu help. Ihwl
Ihn Allen's Iiiiiik llalMUin for aale, hut I know
notliliiK of its niorltn. I did not like to take It
wll lion t knowlnu more about It. I had not .old
hottlo. When jouragcntealled on me I told
nt I could not sell a medicine I knew- nothing
about. Ho urirod inn to try It myself. I did ho,
nml to my urate ful surprint) tho Unit Ixdtlo
stopped my eoitfrh, and IhiIoio die third bottle
was lakeu my l.una were healed and Well, and
enil now speak knowingly to my friends and
ciiKtomorn of the iunllileor Allan's Lung Bal.
ni. 1 rouinln rospoctfully,
UC. COTTUKU
IT IS HARKLE3S figf MOSt DEtlOATE
IT CtOTA 1SH SO OPIfrM .V AZt FOtlM I
It luaold by Medicine Duulora cu'fywhore.
leloc,and dnalre -AUm' lung Aitm.M llonot
nllow iinprliieliiled dealers to m-llyoiiotlier Ital
sairiH. fie thai you nut ALLEN'S
and von will hut the best eoiiah
lUiltl OA
t'flO BALSAM
eoliKh rninmly offereil
the public 1 arid one thai will irlvn satisfao
J.N. llAltKISAf O
Hole Proprietor., Cluelunatl.O.
, . roaaAkl.T .....
O.W.SlMoS, McArthur,
1M. A. S. HTIIONO, "
It. B. WILCOX URO , U.mdn
M. 0. WILSOX,
U. H. BlUUor A SOIf, Wllkcn Ilia.
The Howe Sewing Machine. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On rld after Deo. CB, 1870, Train will
run follow:
a
9
33 J
6 x o 3 qc i- 5 a
1
si
1 a.
s x
si
x'xl--fiK V triii)--ii
;;: r :: f ::::: :
siiiif.ii Stijs5ss3S882
::::::: :j :: :n :
ji h H C 1' h . 3 5 X X
S'2SSVl3il
i-1- iri
a.
ft
. . . .. , , . - - -
i : : : : g : 6 i : : S : :
5 :
t s;i :-s2
S i r fl sj '
8 5 3 HsTJta;
2
2 5.B Jizs tslSrir
X r - 1 rr
Mllenj c3Sl2g8gSS
C 4 a ! . . .
53 5 1 1
Ui Ci t i U i n at i i i 4i vi ii if ie ei
. .
.M 1 '. '
1 :
a J!
84?
4; tf rf n .if ui if. -i 8 S i
..'Nf 'NN ATI KXPIU.H wl"lf nurUuiiy",
Allother I'ralnn dally, exc,,pt, Stiiulav.
OINCINNMI KXRR-M t:ST ..L.
atop between llamden nml Athena.
Portsmouth Branch.
Unit. AceommiMlnitou.
LSI) p.m. (1:00 A.M.
l.M " 7.fl
4.SH " IO.06 "
7.51) A.M. I2;wr. .
KK10 " i-M
10.30 " A.l "
Dop. ITnmilen
.lackHoit
Ar'T. rorlKin.inth
lien. I'oriHini.iith
Ar'v. Jaekaon
Hanulen
Trains Connect at Loveland.
nt the Indianapolis ACiiieitinnll Riillroad June
wuiiiuruii poinis nest.
W. W. PEABODY.
ilanturof TntntporiHtinH,
KANSAS St, MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS TRAILS DAILY r
O SUN THROUGH FH01I O
Cinciiiiiati Witliout Chanee of Cars !
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
EOAD
Owned and operated byone Company from Cln
clonal! to St. Louis, tlmrel'nrn paMteugei-s aro
Hl'CK ol IicIiik carried tlirouuli without clnnme
ot curs
THUS AVOIDING
llin .uiusllllllfv lH.f.l,.n m . . .. .. .
i-. ... lAiF.Miit-r n.uuta (Wllll'0
an, tiiM.I, nn rir ...t-jtr,.l ulmM . t
connections, mid auhjuctlns tlielr pasaenifers t
Uisngreenble changes.
Families and Others Seeking Homes
In the rich valleys and on the fertile prniriea of
Western Mixsouri, Ksnsns, Nebraska. Colorado
or the more distant State ot'( all torn in, will con
suit their own interest hv calling on or address,
(ill! thuunderNigneil, Contracting Agent, lis a
lung n-sideiu-e In tho western countrv has la
iniliarlzed him with the bet localities.
ThlaRoate ia 37 miles Shorter than
vim, Indianapolis.
TIIKOlCall TICKETS
Cnn Ito purchnHcd nt nil the Prlnrliinl Ticket
OlUcosnf Connecting Lines, nml in Cincinnati
ut the Ouueral Olllecs of tho Company,
11$) Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner Levee, and at De
pot Foot of Mill Street,
C. K. FOLI.KT, J. T.GItlSWOI.n,
Ocu. l'aia.iJt Ticket A'gt, Uou.Supei'iiitendent
St. Louis. St. Iau1.
I5DWARD GALLUP,
Contracting l'nssenger Agent,
11U VluuSU, Cincinnati, Ohio.
FOB LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tho completion of ttiu Louisville Division of
this road and the splendid equipment lurpnsa.
enger travel makes this tho
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South mid Southeast.
Q THROUGH TRAINS
O ! Dally.
With Direct Connections from the Kast Mr
Louisville Without Change of Cars!
Thla Is the only road whose train, lonte Cln
clnnatl and iiasseng.-ni ijre ilulivnred at detMa,
hotel, or rualdeuecft In Ixnilstlllu t'HfclHi
Ask f of Tickets tUi Ohio & Miss.,
and take no others,
TlIROVCiTTlCKKTS
Can ba purchased at all the '
Principal Ticket Offices of
connecting! lines, and in
cihoiwm'ati,
At the General Ohieosof the tympany
110 VIAL 8TIti:i:T,
ISroadicat, Corner Front Street,
Main "t., nor. LeVco,
ami at the Depot, foot of Mill Street.
CIIAS. E. KOLLrlTT.
Oen.l'ai A Ticket A'gt
Bt. Louis.
3. LcftiHwoin,
lion. Biip'tt
Ht, Louia.
Edward Gallup,
Contracting Pasanttger Agent,
119 Vine St., Mn.-fiiniiil, Ohio.
iaTRA iiLLY.
J .utiMhl.ittlHrk lirotrn War.lfyf'ai'trililthl.
Iiriir, miner mmip vninil wmw ipoi tlx
hunflitiiil Ion whrtH am tif in, A II If
rnrrowiira will ve pant far luformaflufi (hut
Will (eiMf lu her rccovcrr.
Aptit tt. 1811' Zafenkl. ri,a.
A rtin tut llfil
a.uv UB.vrmi Kr HI
BOOK BINDER. E
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w thin fmilM-nwnt. inr UKIttllT SlUK
Mmiroetiirera. Chli wo, III, -.'.r
THE
An clB tmge.
.Mini ra
BRIGHT SIDE
One Dollar, I
leildrwmy roryiiutiK pei
I pie, llin-t. prettiest nml
hen.tt In ihc wnrM.
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metit
Bljlljll
T fl tiK CO., I'ublinherH, CIiIchko
III
i-iy
Colaubul & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Took ElVoetoii Monday, rtuptenilier 1!, at A.M.
ThrougU Car
From 00LT7MBUS (via Atienn) to PffRTSlOOTB
Over tho Colnmbag & Hooking Valley and
MariiVtuft Clnoinnatl Rail Boa a.
Oolng East. 1
u. i.ixo nj
t.KAvR. AMI r.M i
CohihibiH.... hui! : ii
Irovepiiit,... K3I Bis:
Going Weat.
So. '1
No. 4
t.t.KX'T.. A. M I
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1:41
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II; III
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llli-liestoi-.. i()H
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Siijtar Orovo. 114-1 4 II)
IxiKiin 101!! B 3nj
llavdenvlUe lll.tl! B.V
Nels.tiiville.. 10 4 II fl OK'
veliiiiiivlllc 7:1H
HllvilitnvllliiT t
'l.oiciill 7:4'.P
)ii)("r UrnveHdS
.aiic.'iMlitr . K::ii
A'iiiihesler.lldK
Sill Ina 11 mi li.Vii
f irovepnrt . .Hr21l
ill II 111 I .lis . .1(1:0.".
Athens 11 Si, (Kid
tor oil tle 8;(KI A. SI. Train runs through, to
Portsmouth wi thou t change, nrrivliig 11 1 Mi-Arthur
at nt 12:27 p. M.; and Car for the 1 :H0 P.M.
Train fftrtrt I'ortHinoiiih for Columbus arrives
at McAnliiirni l!l:07 p. m.
t losvcoiiuuctloiiHiiiadnat Lancaster forClr-(levllle.ant-Mville,iiudaII
points en tlio Cin
cinnati & Muskingum Vnlloy Itailwnr
Direct (tonnnction mmle at Oiluuimis for linv
ton.Sprlnglleld, Indiaimpolia, Chieiigo, ami till
pomta West: also, forClevelund, Uuftalo, Fitls
liurg, rhllinielphlu, New York, and nil points
Kast.
Connections made nt Logan hv llnlh Trains
Willi all Trains lor Stniit-villu and all imiIiiI..
on the tttrnioiville lliam b.
J. Wi IXfllKRTV,
Superintendent.
K. A. Itr M.i.,fin'l Ticket Ag'r.
"ZBEIE .IlsrE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cjincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On nml after MONDAY. Mav 8OII1. 1871. Tns
senger trains will leave COI.C.M KITH, uuil ar
rive nt point mimed below, n follows:
Htatious, No. 2. No. 4. N11.O.
Ool'imhu. llaO a m 4t00 p m 2:35 a m
Crestline l:lpiii 1 :4t in :i :4.' it 1,1
Cleveland .'I rNIp 111 10:)pm 7 -.80 am
Krie Miin 1:lam 10:Mlam
Dunkirk R:Mipm S:M)ain W:UApm
HulTalo 10:N0pm 4:10pm I-JMipm
NiagnraFalls IHSiam 7:00am 4"pm
H-hestef 1:iWani 7Ka m 5apm
Albany ft:4Au in 2:.'a)pm 1:60 a 111
KosUni 5:05 pm lh.Wpm 11:00 am
New York City.. :M m BOO pin iLiMnni
l'asHr nuer train, redirnlng arrive at Co
liiiiiliua ut 0:53 a til, 121) pin, I p ni, and 11.-00
nlgnt.
l"no tl" leaving Columbus at 2:3i A m, on
HiiinTay. runs through without detention, by
both Krle and New York Central Railways,
arriving at New York on Monday morning at
7 o'clocK
The Through Car from Portsmouth via Ath
ens to Columbus over the Marietta 4c Cincinnati
mid the Columbus It Hocking Valley Kail
roiula, which pnssca McArthur at IS :2T n m., and
all other trnlna on the Columbus A Hocking
Valley Itailroad. make close ronnei-tions at
ColuniluiH with Trains No. S and No. 4 on the
"Iti-e Line."
hir n.irtlcular Information In regard to
through tickctM, time, connections, etc,, to all
points Kaat. West. North and Houth, apply to
or address K. K(iltD,Coluinhua,Oliio.
ri.iNT. (;en. Huperlntendent.
JAMKH I'ATTKItHON.
Oen. Agent. Columbus, O.
KI'liKNKKOUO.
I'HHsenger Agent. Columbus. f:
JgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J. 3T. TOWELL,
WH0l.1MAI.li PKAl.ER IS
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front 8treet. . . .Portsmouth, O.
.1. F. TOWKLL ! ngent for severnl Mllln, and
Ilia house is licaduunrtcrs for tinnv desirable
makes ol Kaateru GihkIs. All good, will lie
sold at the lowest possible priee.
Close Cash Hovers, Kli nt Class Time, Trade,
v noiesnie riHldiers and r urnac omen nre par
ticularly luvlted to an exauiinat ion of his stock,
na-
A CriAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
MILL.I0N8 Dear festlraear t the
Waadar'ul Caratlve EOeets of
Bn. WALKBlt'S -CALIFORNIA
J. WALSH Proprietor. 8 II. MrlioAi.r a Co.. Hnnml.1. unit
0n. A.' It, B.& KrsncliM, C.U, sail M kotl 84 OttBio.rcit SI. N. V .
Vlaegar Bitters aro not avllo Fancy Drlnki
Madoof Poor Knn?, Wlilakry. Proof Spirits
anil Refuse Liquor, iloctorcil, aplccd and iwccu
encd to plcnao the tnsto, cnllcil "Tonics,' "Appctlii
crs," "Kontorors," 4c, that lead the tippler on to
drunkenness and ruin, but aro a truo Mcdiclno.mado
from tho Native Hoot, and Herb, of California, Ires
from all Alcoholic Hilmhlnnt. They aro tho
GREAT 11LOOD PURIFIER nnd A LIFB
GIVINtt PRINCIPLE, a perfect Renovator and
Invlgorator of tho System, carrying off all poltonoo.
natter anil rettorlng tho blooit to a healthy condition;
No ponon eaa take thee Bitter, according to Alrco
tlon. and remain long nnwcll, provided their bone
are not destroyed by mineral poison Or other nie.ni,
and tho vital organ, waited beyond Iho point of rs
pair.
They area Oeaile Panailvo aa well as a
Taalc, poaseulng also, tho peculiar merit of acting
a. a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver, anil all tho Vlseerul Organ
l-'OR FEMALE COMPLAINT, whether In
young or old, married or .Ingle, at tho dawn of wo
hianhood or at tlio turn of life, theie Tonic Dlttcr. hav
no equal.
Fsr Inflammatory Bad CarSnlc Rhfeaaa4
Ham and (Jsat, DyapeMla er Iadlgestloa,
nillaas, Itemliteat aatl lalersaltteat Fevrrsi
niseases f Ike Rlsad, Liver, KUaeys,aat
Bladder, UieM Bitters bave been most aucceurui.
Hach Diseases aro Caused by Vitiated Bless1
which I. generally produced fay derangement of the
Digestive Orgaa.i
DYBPKP8IA OR INDIGK8TI0N, ea
ache. Pain In tho Bhoalilen, Cougln. Tlghtsea. or tho
Cheit, Dizzine.., Boar Kract.tlon. ef ths 6tomach
Dad taste In tho Month, Billon. Attack, Palpitation
ofthelloart. Inflammation bftbd Lang., Pain In ths
region, or thekldDeyt, and a hundred ether painful
aymptom., are the bff.prlnga brDyapeptla.
They Invigorate the Stomach and sthnnlats th. tor
pid liver and bowel., which render taem of unequalled
efficacy In cleansing tlx blood of all tapurllle., and
Imparting new life and Vigor to ths whole .y.tem.
FORHKIH DIEAtsEH,ruptlona, Tetter, B.lt
Rheum, Dlotcbc. 8pote, Pimples, Pnatnle., Boll., Car
bunelea, King-Worm-, Bcald-Head, Bore Eyes, Erlln
elaa, Itch, Bcbrfs, DlKoktratlon. o( ths Ikln. Humor
and Duwaac of the 6klh, of wh.t.ver kam or Batnrs,
are literally dug up and carried eut of ths .yatcm la
hort tlm by the tie of these Itltfera. One bottle In
uch can will oeuvluc ths wow Incredulous of their
Cleanse Mia Vitiated Blood whenever yon n
Imnurltle. bunt ng ttirough the skin tn Pimple." I
tl.A. or aorey, rle.nM It when you Bud It bhetr!
Bnd It
H. Krnn.
sod .InggM la Ih.velMt elr.ni.it thru ItLftiolMj
mgmvtu will RJIIOW
Jd nrl removed. For full dlreotlons. r.JT e.reftilly
ths circular kroa eseli Votlle, printed In four laa'
guagoa-EngllsB, fi.raiaa, Franca and rpaatok.
3. WaLKEB, Proprietor. S. H. UcDONiLO A CO.,
Druagtot. sad ties. Ageata, Baa Fraaclwo, Cal.,aud
19 and M Commerce Alreet, New Tnrk.
ttrFOI.D BT ALL DHtVtilBTS AND HEAI.RnB,
mat
Bttsiiuflg Carta,
"A M e rTc anT hot e lT"
OornVf n i'A and Sf.tc 8triMii
tSearl1; Opjkwrff State IforM,)
nEiVwr ,m,i,m " "
DEPOT HOTEL,
CH ILLICOT MB, Ohio, '
Milr(l ami tl)WrWKhlv rV I ZTlllJl
I SHAM HOUSE.
MCKSOW, OHIO,
Dftl.T.MONAHAW, - Vrprin.
MERCHANTS HOTEL.
rOtiTSMOUtH, OHIO.
J. Wi VAHItER, . . PropMlor.
T lnut,l','1 ' '"J1'" "!?" wfiTftilnhl bar
wSltt tt,b.-n ar
PHtSlClAWS,
S. W. MbNAHAN. M. D
PHtSICIAW AND susaaoN,
HAMDEH, OHIO,
A l.fjCASl-M onlrttsteil to hlrri Will rcceilrn
J. C. BISHOP, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AWS SUBaSOK
Wllkevill, Ohio.
S S o'pjfiSIa? " W 8'
MM.ii.M1ii 47
ATTORNEYS.
J. M. MoOILLIVRAV;
(Froieaatlng Attortt y ot Vipton Ootintr.)
McAirniuji, uino.
writ In tltet ouit lloiwe. j;(.f
CHARLtS W. GIST,
Attorney at Law anfl Notary PnMc,
ZALESKI, OHIO.
WILt.atlehtl All legnlbdalhewi rhtniNteil to
his cure. Hupply f mnfik Del and
Mortgagor always on ImnU, OfUVt So II
West wing Italiibrldge Hbi-k, "",lE '
DANIEL 6, DAS A,
ATfORNEY AT LAW,
MeARTrtOH, O.
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTOEUBY AT LAW,
J& ARTHUR,
(OpFtrR. formerly (Htcnuied In- na. n.'w.i
WILL W-lkrtlte Ih Ithait, Vlhtiih, knn ailjoinlng
riwnilM. All h-gal butlnes. t-ntrtuteil t lite
aura pmitntitiy .tb-hilnl tn. as.,,
D. B SHIVEL,
ATTOBKEY AT LAW,
MtiAltTltUU, OHIO.
Will nttend promptly to nil 1rgnl business
entrusted to his care In Vinton and ailolnlnu
countiea. OVt-trn In the Hecofdrr'a Offlre.
HOMfiR Oi JONES,
ATTOBITBT AT LAW,
M'Antnuit, oiiio.
OrPtXM Wt brmtt Wpat of Imrt. Will Bros,
hspeclnl fttumtion glveu to thecollectlon
OfcllllltlK. . Jg.y
marble Works.
R.
R. HIGOINS & BRO..
&fannaotnrrs of
3IA1.DLE MONUMENTS.
TOMB STONES,
MANTLES, FURNITURE, &c, &c,
liOOAJST, OHIO.
i OOI) nssovhneiit of Mavlila cohittittilly on
I band. All kinds of
CeDirtertt Work'
lame to miter In the tinest style,
INSURANCE,
O. 1). HAWK.
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
RI-JI'HKMhffTfJ llnl filllnwlng
l' llil-J ISSl'lt.N( K COMI'ANIKM.
4sTNA, of Hartford, Colin.
UNDEWR ITERS, New York.
HOME, Cdluhlbas.
MERCHANTS') Chlenrjo.
FRANKUNj West Va.
Ami tile following
. I.IFK iMMltllAN'CR COMPANY!
NATl'N'fc LtFE HOME, of N.York.
BayPotlcles tuned nn rfnstmnlitf turma.
MCDONALD LOTTRIDGE,
Com Stimior, & Conveyancer.
MsARTHUR, OHIO.
WILIi.ltoiiiltonll business entrusted Istkiia
carr. , .
DENTISTRY
Br. S. S. DOLLISON,
McARTHTJR, OHIO.
a T-itr- -S'.V J ------- . 1
..ji- ' .... i
IH now pecportKl for all Kinds of Dental
work, which ba Will do
From 10 to 15 per Cent Lower
than tsr tlitt,lst In Vlndm m-snwe ,
Joining eoiintli.
ins wnra tlinii ait five ianm( lion, rull and
see him.
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