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rUULlMUBl) CVICHY WEDNKMOAV uv
J. "SW. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE In HcU(l Story of Jlnuen'b
Building, North SMu of Main Street, Bust uf
Court Mouse.
Terms of Subscription.
Olio copy, mm ymr,... SI ROI One copy, 8 mn,.fl 00
Ono oopy, 6 inimllii-... 75 Oue copy, 4 mot,, 60
If not piihl within the year 8 00
ClUbs of Twenty MO 00
Tho Dfinitomtla Kwjnlrtr croulates FKKB 01'
V03TA0K wltliln the ItmiU of Vinton County.
V failure in notify t illaonntlniianca at the end of the
f le auhwrlV-il for, will be taken aa anew engagement
1 ubaorlp"iM.
Advertising Bates. -
W Pile space nneuplM by 10 lines of thin (Nonpareil
t pa .hull onnalltuo a aqnare.
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t.vi adilUlonal Insertion Insertion 50
All ailiertlahig for a ahorter wrlod than throe
amtha, ohnrxeil at the nbove rules.
Legal Advertisements fl oil per square fnr Aral
litaertlon; and 50 eenle per eiutro for each additional
lnser1oti,
ltule aod Figure Work 60 cont additional,
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Ono niiH'-o, 8 00 9 5 oil 8 H 00
Two wiitt rut, 5 00 TOO 10 00
Tlireo squares, T 08 00 12 0"
Kour squires, O0 11 00 15 00
HlxHaie, 10 00 15 00 !0 OH
V onliunn, 14 00 00 87 00
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Onn oiilmnn, 800 44 Oil SO 00
Bulnos Oarda, tint exceeding 6 lines, Stlper year.
All bills ihio nn ni-st Insertion of advertisement.
Hllla with retular advortlaers tn be paid quartery.
Buslnoss Notices III oents a Uriel Marriage Null
lea aorairdlng to the liberality of the parllus. Death
JIuHcea free.
Notlcea of Hunaway Wlvea or Iluibands-doublc
prlne.
Yearly advertisers entitled In qnnrtcrly ehangca.
Advertisements not nthorwlsn ordered, will be con
llnueil until ordered discontinued, nnil charged accord
Inilv, ttellglnus and Oliarl'alilo Notices five.
LOCAL AFFAIRS.
To-day is the last day of May,
1871.
PorAyer's Medicines, go to Gi
W. Sisson's.
The first Strawberries of tho sea
son wore sold in town, last Satu rday,
at 25 cents per quart.
Thb cut-worms arc destroying
entire field of corn on sod-ground
in niuny parts of this county.
Tub Street Commissioner, Dojri
nic O'Donnald, is doing some good
work upon tho etreots.
Wheat. Tho erowinir wheat
looks very nice, and tho prospect
for a largo crop was never better at
this times in tho season.
It is said that tho late frosts did
not destroy the fruits in the vicini
tv of Locust Grove, a few miles
north-west from McArthur.
Fame and fortune wait upon the
liberal advertiser. Those who don't
advertise have to wait upon them
8c1voh, and are by no means hand
somcly served.
Im some parts of thin county the
npplo trees are covered with a spo
cies of caterpillars, which are feed
ing upon and destroying the leaves
of tho trees.
The editors of tho Circlcvillo
Herald havo tho Indian "on the
br in badly," so that they call ev
ery ody for and near Indians. Great
cue should bo taken of thoso "war
whoopers I"
Our farmer friends informs us
that all kinds of insects are rraicli
more numerous this your than for
many yoars past. Tho mild winter,
early spring, and tho dry wcathor
no doubt accounts lor tho immense
number of iusects. .
We were mistaken in stating last
week that tho motion for a second
t'ial in tho Lee case was overruled.
Tho motion was not overruled, but
will como on for hearing at tho ad
joum.'d sossion commencing Juno
15.
Njcxt Sunday preaching both
morning and evening in tho Chris
tian Church. In tho afternoon at
3 o'c'ock Eld. II. A. Tallister
gives a blackboard lecture to tho
children of tho Sundaj'-school. A
cordial invitation i extended to all
interested in this special field of
Christian activity.
A Person cannot procure a license
in this county to marry a girl who
does not resido here, without com
mitting porjury. Every ono who
gets a license must make oath that
tho girl lives in Vinton county.
Runaway couples are not supposod
to obsoi'vo these nice distinctions
since they abandon all conscientious
Bcruplo9.
Wb had the pleasure of a call, on
Thursday morning last, from our
friend, W. C. Hood, editor of the
Marietta Times. His health has
boon very poorly for the past seven
months, and he has only beon able
to travel about during the past two
months. Wo aro glad to see that
ho is slowly recovering- He edits
thb neatest paper in the State
Tin wcathor is so hot that every
body in town are lolling on the
shady sidos of tho streets, while tho
farmers the bono and sinow are
industriously at work in their flolds,
striving to make an honest living.
It has always been a mystery to us
bow somo persons mako a living,
for they sow not and are tod lazy
to oven reap.
Fresh Supply!
The Dry Hoods IIoiiso ot Gilman
Wabd & Co. litis just received an
other supply of . Beautiful Styles o
Goods one of the firm having mndo
a trip to the city to select tho latest
Styles.
Go and boo their goods and Unrn
low prices I
Every Saturday.
Every Saturday for this woek
comes to its. readers with a new
claim to favor. Every copy is
trimmed, neatly pasted so as not to
disfigure, and held together as so
curely as if stitchod. Sheets of a
largo size are iised.so that they may
bo trimmed and yet have tho page
of Every Saturday quite as large as
beforo. This arrangement, which
is to be permanent, will bo a very
great convonionco to all who read
tho diversified literarv contents of
Every Saturday, and all who exam
ine its weekly gallery of portraits,
landscapes, and pictures of charac
ter, incident and travel.
Terms $5 por year.
Address J. E, Osgood & Co., Bos
ton, Mass.
D M 27
AND
FAINTS!
Cheaper Hum the Cheapest at
nisliop's, Wilkcsvillc,0.
Educational Department.
To the School Examiners and Teachers
of Vinton County.
Wo shall in future give to tho
School Examiners and the Teachers
of Vinton county, each week, one
column of this paper, moro or less
ns may bo required," to bo used by
them in the discussion of such topics
as aro of interest to them and to tho
public or, in other .words, to tho
educational interests of tho county.
Toachors' Institutes unquestionably
serve to aid and instruct all thoso
who attend them, and should bo
held at least onco u year j but that
modo of obtaining instruction is
sometimes necessarily inconvenient
and, to many touchers, costly. And
there aro some toachors who can not
attend tho Institutes.
To such teachers andevory toach
er of tho county, we propose to af
ford the opportunity, in your homes,
of obtaining all, and moro than all,
the advantages of a Teachers' In
stitute. You need the improvement
that writing out your idous for pub
lication, will givo you. You need,
more than any other class of per
sons, to know each other's methods,
modes ot action, thoorics and prac
tices. What bettor way pf becom
ing acquainted with these Important
requisites and for improving and
strengthening 3'oursolvcs in your
great work, than for each teacher
of tho county to give to his co la-
borers, through such an arrange
ment as wo proposo to afford, his
methods, successes, trials, wants and
perplexities? .
What a better plan of becoming
unitod in any action j'6u may un
dertake?. Yeur efforts against tho
foibles and imperfections of tho
masses, to be successful, must bo
united and harmonious.
There is no class upon whom such
grave responsibilities rest ns upon
the teachers of the youth of our
country. Youshould fit yourselves
to assumo and properly discharge
the dutios your office demands of
you, and you should be paid accord
ing to j'our merit.
We think we are aiding you when
we offer, for your use, a column of
our paper. "
Do not wait for somo ono elso to
commence, but send such questions
as you may desire to ask relative
to the modo of teaching tho diffuront
branches required by law; school
government; the peculiar wants of
your soveral localities; yoursucccsf
cs, failures, &c. Answors to theso
ntorrogatorios will soon como, and
you may mako this the most inter
esting, most instructive column of
our paper.
In this Educational column, make
no porsonal attacks; write upon one
side, only, of the paper; write logi-
bly; write, nothing that is not of
ntercst to your locality or to the
county at largo.
The'Somersot and Straitsville
railroad, is boini? ranidlv rjushod
ahead and will soon bo completod.
t will connect at New Stra tsville
with the Logan branch of the Co-
uitibua ana liockinir Vallev rond.
Logan Sentinel:
The completion of the Gallipolis,
McArthur: & Columbus Eailroadl
would mako an unbroken lino from
Gallipolis to Newark. Lot the poo
pie take hold of this matter in earn
est Wo should not be loss onter-
prising than our Hocking county
neighbors.
II EL AT II ! UF, U TY ! !
Stronff and Puro Rlohr Blood In
crease) of Flesh and Weight ,
Cloar Skin and Beautiful
r Complnxton,
SECURED TO ALL.
BADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN
RESOLVENT
HAS MA PR THB MOST ASTONISHING
CUIIKH. HO OI'KK, SO UAl'ID ARK
'I'll K ClIANli KH Til K 1101) Y UN OKU
yOKH USIiBllTIlK ISKI.UKNI'K
OK THIS THri.Y WONKKU
VVh MKIHCINK, THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flash and
Weight is seen and Felt.
Si-roftiln, Consumption, Syphilis In It
niuny Inrnis, (iliimluliir l)leiisf, l'li'ft
In tlio Tlimnl, Mouth; Tmnnrs, Noilci in the
(iliiiids, anil othor pnrts of the KVHtcin; Hinv
JCyes, KtriiuioiiH I)jMilmr(rc from the Khih;
ICniptlvu llhouwa of tho liyes, Nose, Mouth,
ttml tho I'oruiHof Hkln Ulsiiat,a; Krtiptiona, le
ver Snrt'M, Hcalil Heiul, Klnir-worin. Suit Klu'inii
KiyNlpi'liiH, Ague, Illurk Hpota. Worms lu the
KIchIi, TiiinorM, Oiuieoi'i" In the Womb, and nil
Wi-iikoiiliiK "1 Piilnl'iil IMsclinrjjt'm Mffht
MwontM , iui(l nil Vuti'R of tho Llfu Principle,
ore within tliu Oumilvu Hungo ot Hallway's
SaiKHiHuillhin Itosolvont, mill u few iIhvh' imn
will prove to miv person hsIiik It for eilliar of
tlicsu forms of (lfsi'Hso its potont power to cure
thl'lll.
Not onlyiloes tho H A USA PA1! I I.I.I AN IlK
HOKVENT excel nil known ronivilinl HKontH In
the (.'lire of ( hrnnlo. Sri'ol'uhiiis. ( nnsllliitlon,
Hid n nnil Syphiloid (Unmixes, hut it Is tliuonly
positivu ri'iiu'iiy ror
KIDNEY, BLADDER,
Ui lnnrv nnd Womb DIsciihps. (iravi-1, Plnlintos,
Di-opsy, Ini'Oiitiiioni'O of Urliii', llrlirlit's Ills-
eiiHo, Aloiiiiiinuria, a nil in nil cases wnere
tliereare Itrii-k Ilust Ui poslut, or tho wutor Is
tblek, clonily, mixed with snhstnncon like the
white ol nn vitx, or thrends like while silk, or
tliei-o isainorulii (lurk, hi linns iippeara lice, nml
white lionu-il list deposits, nml where there Is n
liriekhiK, burning sensation, nod pain In the
Xmullot the Hack, hud nlonir tho Ixilns, In nil
theso conditions ItAUWAY'S HARHAI'A
1(11 I tlM It h'sll iUVKXT. nliliul hv lllH nniilleii.
tion of Kndwnv'8 Keiuly Hrellof to tho 8pliie
nml Small of the Unck, and the llmvelH ri-Kiila-teil
with ono or two of Hndwny'H lleKiilnllng
rills iicrdnv, will soon muxo n cnnipicia eine.
Inn fcwiln'vH tho nut lent will be nlile to hold
nnd discharge water niitiirally without pain,
mid the Urine will he rcHtorcd to Hb autiinil
elenr nnd amber or sherry colnr.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Ar inrmliod with new, hraltby ami vlporoup
blood, that I'lirnlslies sound sh nctuio. Hence
nil BUireilnir IV.im Weiikenlnir IMmhurires.
either Main or Komnlii, or fiiim irlerrs or Sores,
tlironirh the rennratlve prieesnor llAIWA H
s A KHA IA Itl LI A N, aro urrested, anil tho rup
tineil oi'kiiiis healed.
OVAltlAN TIIMOU CIIRKD TITMOU OF
TWKI.VR YK Alts' OHOWTI1 CUItKU 1JY BAD
WAY'S EESOL VENT.
IJKVKULY, Mabs., July 18, lBfld.
DH. HaDWaY : I luivo hud Oviirlnn Tumor In
the ovaries ami bonols. All the doctors said
'there wns no help fur It.'' I tried every thiiiK
I nut was rei'iiiiiineiiiii'ii, nut 1101 iimK neipeii me,
I saw your ltesiilvent, and thought 1 would try
it, hut had no In i 111 In it, bcciuisii I had snrfered
lor twelve vearn. 1 took fix hnttlcM of tho He-
solvent, one box of Itailway'a 1'illM, nnd used
two bottles of your Heady Hallof; and thore is
not AMipi of n tumor tn bo seen or loll, nnd I
feel better, sunn-tor, luniiiler limn I have for
twelve years. The worst tumor wnntnlheleft
side of I he howelD, over the itroln. . 1 write this
In ynu for tho heuellt of others. You tan pub
lish if you choo.su.
' uivnim vipp
Jtiflf Pi le One Pollar. '
R, tt.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in "from One to
'1 wenty Altnutea
Not one hour after rending this advertisement
i ...in i..
lit t.-il liny unv sniit-i nun i'iiiii.
RAD WA TS READ Y RELIEF
18 A CCRH KOIt KVKUY TAIN. ITWA.STHK
FIRST, AND l(i
THE ONLY PAIN IiEMEDY
That Instantly atop the most cxcmoiathifrpntn
ALLAYS INFLAMMATIONS A.N1) tl'RKS
CONUKSTIONS,
Whether of tho T.unjrs, Stomach, Rowels, or
tliCKlanils ami organs, by one uppileiitlnn,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No motter how violent or exei-in-iatinjr the
pnln, tho itllKli.MAi io, iinn-riiiiien, niiirin.
L'riipled, NervoiiM. Neuralgic, or prostrated
Willi disease, may suiter,
Iladwnv's Heady Relief
Will. Ill from (INK TO TWKNTV MINtJTKH, llffilfd
Hint aiulcnmfoit, ntiu tuts nieiiti-ine, so mpni in
stopping pain, can ho pincliaseil Kilty t ents
M: IIIIILIU lib Ililll.FBH ti j iii "KS'01 " '.iii-
trv men-limit's store on this continent, nod
w thin one liiiur'sillsiiiuee of almost every hall
lUtiou In run United Mains,
KtlHrMA TSM A Sl y KI'iA I.HIA,
II II KU SI A TIUM AXH SKVIIA UilA.
It' those who are now Kiilleiiim l'niii, no mat
ter what the eiuiso may Ihj, or by what name
It is eiillod if external, nptily Kaiiway's
Readv Rki.ikk to the pnrt of the lusty where
1110 J1IU11 IN pil'Sl-nu 11 nudum, 'i hi r lis, iiuu-
ted iii water, us a drink. Whether Cm II 1 1 is
.. If 1. ....... ...1 (VI . I III..
Spiisms, liill.unmation. ( iinitestlon, Asiatic
tin era. i n niiiiii r ever. lilt) inosi viiiicni. e.
i-uelntiiiir and tortin Inif pains will be stopped
n num one ro iweniy iiiiniiies.
PAINFUL. ATTACKS WHERE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford I nstnnt Eeise :
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNKY8
INFLAMMATION OPTIIK 11LADDEI .
INIXAMMATION OK THE ROWELS.
CONGKSTION Or TUB I.USOS.
80UK THROAT. DIKFIOl'LT IIRKA I'IIINO.
PALPITATION OK THIS IIKAUT.
UYSTEUIC9,Ci:OUP, nil'HTflKUIA.
CATARRH, INFLUENZA,
HEADACHE, TOOTIIACHK,
NKUKALOIA, RHEUMATISM,
COI.D, OIILL9, AOOK CHILLS.
ThoiipiilIeJitlnuof the RKADY RKLIKF to
me part or pariH wuire uio piu ur niiiiciiiry
exists will ullord ease nml comfort. HO drops
In a halt tumbler or water win. in a lew mo.
incuts. cure ('ramus. Sniisins, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn. Slek Headache, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery. Uollc, Wind lu the Rowels, unci all Inter,
mil' l'ulns, . "
Travelein hlionld alwnvs carry ft bottle ol
RADWAY'sl KELIEF with them. A few diops
In waterwlll' prevent sickness or pnlns from
cluiUKe of water. It is better than French
IliuiiVly or Hitters ns iiHtlmulaiiU
FEYEK AN D AUE.
Fli.VLUANI) AUUK&OlTREn.
FEVKIl AND AtlUK Cli liF.D
FOR FIFTY CKNTS.
There la not a remedinl aent in the world
Unit will euro FKVER AND AtU'll, '
and nil other Malarious, lliliium, Hcurlet, Ty
nhnid, Yellow and oiher'Fevnrs (aided by
Rudwoy'i l'ills,) so quick as Rud way's Heady
ttelief.
1TOT OITE!
Person need suffer, bo they ever so much ex
posed to Fever and Ariic, if they will only take
Raiiwav's Ukady Rklikf. and keep their bo.
rl open tilth Budwuy't 'ilia. Hundreds In the
west, whohavo hitherto been doctoring at the
rute of ono mid two hundrod dollars for a few
months' treatment are keeping themselves and
mmllh'A free from FKVKlt and AtiVK, CHILIS
and t'KVFlt, RIIKUMATISM, Ac., for one. or
two dollars a year, spent for Railway' Ready
itcnui ami midway rins luoaiooi,
Tho KKADY RELIEF
will anon
I inttant eait
to nil. I'rlceonlv 60 cents per liottlo.
N. II. Hue that every liottlo lias an India
Rubber Stopper. Hold at nil Druggists, and at
Dr. Railway's ofllce, No. 87 Maiden Lane, Now
York.
DB. RADWAY'S PERFECT I7RGA-
TIVE FILLS,
PKltrCCTLY TASTHUCSS,
Elngantly Coated with Sweat Gam,
PURUE, ltEOULATIO. PURIFY. CLEANSE AND
B llir.HUlllI.fi.
Radway'l Pill,
t'OKTIIK OUHIt 01
Alt, DltOlDfCltS OFTHK HTo.VACIf. IIVKR.
BOWKI.S, XWXICr, HI.AUUKU, XKKVOUN
lUSKtSKS. IlKADACIIK. VUA'S'flf'ATOX
(VAS'VFA'A'ff.SA lHDWKHTIOlf, DYSI'KI'SIA
BIUOVSSKSS. RIIIOVH FKVKlt, ISFl.AM
NATION OF Til K BOW KI.. I'lLKH, undllll do
raiigonients of the Internal Viacom.
Wurriinted to Ell'eet a Positive CurO,
PURELY VKdHTAIILB.
OONTAININO NO MKKOUKY, MINERALS Oil
DKl.t l tUIUUS DIIUUB.
tflTObsorvo tho fullowlna symptoms result
ng from Disorder of thoDlgestlveOrgaim i
VUllStlMli". mn iiu-i ' ,i.n, on. 111 biic
II I ooi 1 In tho Head, Acidity of tho Htomac.h,
Nnnsea. Heartburn. Illsirust of Food. Fullness
or Weight in tho Stomaoh, Hour Kruetatlons,
nlnklngor niimM-iiigai inu rum iiieBioinacn,
Swiiiiiiiing of the Head, Hurried and lilllle.ult
llrealhlng, Fluttering attlie Heart, MmkliiKor
Suiroentiug SonsatlniiH when In a Lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision. Dots or Webs bolorc
the 8iglit,Fovor ami imn i iun in mo jieim,
ii..iieiinii'.v of I'ei-siilriitlon. Yellowness of tho
Skin and F.yo, Pnln In tho Hide, Cheat, LlmlM,
nml Buildeii ruiHiios ui iicai, jiurniiig m tie
Vlvsh.
A few lW04 Of ItAIlWAT'S I'll,!." will flflO thO
syslein from all the alamo-named disordera.
Prloe 25 Cent Per Box.
RADWAY' &a CO.,
No. 81 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
READ FALSE AND TRUE.
Bend one letter sluinn to RADWAY A CO..
No. H7 Maiden Lane, New York. Information
worm Uio iusuuiU win bo tout you, B-ly
A
Advice to Girls.
Girls, boware of transient young
mon. Never suffer tho address of a
stranger. Recollect thaj ono good
young farmer, or a smart young
mechanic, is worth all the floating
fobs in tho world. The allurements
of a dandy Jack, with a gaudy
chain dangling from his fob, walk
ing stick in his paw, a three penny
cigar in his mouth, Bomb honest
tailor's coat on his back, nnd i
bralnloss thought fancy skull en
cased in a preponderouii hat, never
can -mako up the loss of a good
father's Iiorrto,' n good,' mother's
counsel, and the society of brothers
and sisters their affoction lasts.
whilo that of such a young man is
lost in the wane of a honey-moon,
Hoed alwuys tho advice and counsol
of your parents; it may seem unjust,
but disobey, and you will doubtless
live to regret it.
For Fine Perfumery, eo to Sis-
son's Drue Rnrs
Printing.
If you want any kind of Printing
done, como to this office. Wo have
just receivod a largo lot of printing
material, and can accommodate you
in both styles and prices.
Blanks.
. Wo can supply every Justice of
Peace, Constable, Attorney, or No
tary Public in Vinton county with
any kind of blank or blank book,
including printed Justices' Civil and
Criminal Dockets. Como and seo
our assortment.
Important to Township Trustees,
Under the new law passed May 1,
1871, tho Township Trustees aro not
allowod to levy over ono mill addi
tional Tvoud Tux.: The law author
izing special ftoad Tax is rcpealod.
More new subscribers to this pa
per have been added to our list dur
ing tho past week. Send in the
names and say you want tho fine
portrait of Judgo Tuurman. Tho
picture is worth 82, and this paper
is 81,50 per yeor. So you get both
for only 81,50.
Any person wishing to purchase
a choice farm would do well to go
to Thomas Weaver, near Zion
Meeting Houso, in Richland Town-
ship, and examine his tract of land.
Icq Cream at 11. Kedd's Con
fectionery, 1st Door East of Court
Houso. Parties supplied with any
quantity.
?"
Removal. John Jones has re
moved his Saloon and Billiard
Table to the new rooms which he
has purchased and fitted up for that
purpose, in the West end of Davis'
Building, on Main Street. His new
stand presents a very neat nnd in
viting appoarnnco. Go and eoe how
stylish our friend John is gottingl
Don't let your cattlo stray; they
ofton wander to tho most mysto
rious places ; wo onco saw a cow
liido in a shoemaker's sliop.
i. . .I,--, -mtfm n
We havo received the third num-
bor of a new and very , neatly prin
tod Democratic papor, entitlod The
Live Iloosier, which is published at
Portland, Jay County, Ind. H. F.
Kinqsuerry, is editor with whom
we are not acquainted. Woontor The
Live Iloosier on our mail book, and
hope it may mako weekly visits to
oursanctum.
Ceo. Lantz, Alex. Pearce.
LANTZ 8c PEARCE,
PKAI.KIIS IN
Hardware, Stoves, and Apicnllnral
Implements,
AND
Manufacturers of Tinware,
MoARTHUR, OHIO,
AOENTS FOR -
Buckeye Mowci'8 t Reapers
ami
SWEEPSTAKES THRESHING
MACHINES.
also, ron
N ELLIS'
Original
SINGLE HAHTOON
AND
GRAPPLES
PULLEYS!
Mot Complete Appnrntu for Hoisting nnd
moving nay, i neynnve loriaie, also, uio
Siffln Fork and Double Harpoon Fork!
botU goodl
Steel nnd Cast PIoavs,
of the best patterns, anil tho
Malta Double .Shovel Plow,
Hoes, Hakes, Scythe, .
And other Firming Implements.
Thnan needing Kepulrs ror Mowing Machines
are reuiieatnd to send iu tholl' union early,
March SW, llfil-tf
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Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect on Sunday, May 12, at 12M.
Through Car
From COLUMBUS (vIA Athens) to PORTSMOUTH
Over the Columbus & Hocking Valley and
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Roads.
Going East.
Golan West.
No. 1.
No.n
r. u.j
. a .5(i
No. a
No
t.KAVE. ' AM
I.KAJ
YK. A.M.
P. M
Columbus... . 8 Ho
Orovcporl,.., 8 l)
Winchester.. P-2t
Ltuu'ttstcr,...10 10
Sugar U rove 10 20
AthuiTs 0:ir
2:00
tl:IS
i.W
Sallna 0:114
410
Molsouvllle H:.i(l
ii
Haydeiivillu7:lo
iJigan 1:!f!
Sugar )rov'7:.Vi
Liiiioaster . .H:1U
H'incliesior Kifi'.l
SMI
louuii ..11 00
llayduliville.il hi
Nefsonvillo,. II 20
t-iillna 11 51
Athens... r.M.W 10
H 1
n-.it
i Ml
4:40
4:50
Hill
H4I
7S5
(li-nveport . .:I0,
)l nil l nils . .V:4o
5:2.;
Caron tlie 8:!W A. M. Train runs through to
i yj, II.I1IOUHI iviiieini cniinKo, arriving nt flie.Ar
thur nt at 2:25 P. si.: and Cur for ih.i 9 (m l f
Train from Portainoulli for Columbus arrives
nt Aie.Arimirat n-.w r. m.
Close L'oiinoetiona made at Lancaster for Clr-
Cleville. iiiniwville, aiufnll points on tho Clu
einniiti ,t .Muskliigiini Valley Railway.
Direct connection madeatOoliiinhiis forDnv
ton.Springiluld, Inilianitpolls, Chicago, and till
nomtH West : also, for Cleveland, Huflalo, J'ltts-hin-g,
Phllailelphiu, New York, and nil points
Lust.
Connection mndo nt Logan hv both Train
wnii an irnins lor Mimitsvillu and all points
.... . Iwi HIh..1i...III.. 11...... ..l. l
I" MlUfl'llllli.YlllU llllllll-.ll,
J. W. DOHKHTY,
. , ' Siiperiiilendcnt,
E. A. 11UKU,, Oen'l Ticket Ag'f.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On nml nl'tor JKJNDAY. MnvHIItll IH7l Pus.
senger trains will leave COLD MRUS, and ar-
uvu iiljiuuiu, niiiiicii ueiow, as loiiows:
Stations. - No. 2
No. 4.
No. .
Columbus IltlOam
Crc9tllne 1 :li p in
Cleveland 8:50p in
4:00 p m
7;4(lp ui
10 :T. p m
1:80 a iii
3:1)0 a III
4:10 pm
7:00 a 111
7:0."i a m
2:ilO p m
ll:50p in
2:35 am
a :4.i a in
7 :80 u in
10:50 am
12:05 pill
1 :50 p m
4 :4 p m
5:05 pm
1 :50 a 111
11:00 a in
Lrie ..7:05ini
Dunkirk 8:ft0pia
nuillLlo
IO:Wlpin
NiiiLMra Fulls..
.7:00 a m
. .1 :'lliuii
.11:45 a in
. .5:05 Din
Rochester
Albany
iioston
Now York City. 8:00 u in
:Ollp in
6:Wam
ni-PaNSf Hirer trnius PAtni-niinr ui-i-lt-o ut. f-..
luinbiisatOSain,12:20pui,lp in, and 1S:00
uiKUli.
yio 6" leaving Columbus nt 2:2' a m, on
r)iiii'iu, iuiis tnruugii wunoiii (lutonllon, ny
both Krle and Now York Onli-nl Ituiluriiva
arrivinif stNew York nn Afoiuliiir ttllifrillt Or lit
7 o'clock '
The Througli Oar from Pnrtxinniith tin Atb
ens to L'olimibiiM over the Marietta & Cincinnati
and the Columbus Hocking Valley Rail
rond, which passes McArtluu- at 13:27 n m.. and
all oilier trains on the ColintilviH M linnkii.u
Vnlloy Railroad, make close connections at
floliiiiihuH with Trains No. 8 nnd No. 4 on the
iieo i.iue.
For liarticillnr Inrnrmntlon In i-nnv.l in
througli tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points Last, West. North anil South, apply to
anil lixauu I? L-. alrt n.i ... oi i 1 " "
K ft . VI.IN'P u. .a.k...a
. " ""I. nil '171 lllVl-IIVIIJIll,
J A M KB PATTKItHON,
Hen. Agent. Columbus, O.
KUGKNK FOKD,
Psssonger Agent. Columbus, O.
500 VOLUMES IN ONE.
Agents Wanted
FOB
TleKrarj of Poetry aiii Soei,
fjitr 7io(os SfUotlont com tu Best Porta,
English, Scotch, Irish and American
With an Introduction
By William (Jullen Brvnnt.
vnuer vnwte oriucut vpi vision wit vvlunt6 va
Tils liandHoniest and rheminst ioihcitfiiti,,
Hook extant, over ROO inures, beautlliillv
irlnted, choicely iriurlrnted, handsomely
loiind. A Lilirarv of ovei-oOO vol lllll.-S ill liu
iKiok, whose coiitentH, of no ephemeral nature or
interest, will never grow oldorstale. It can
be, nnd will be, read and re-read with ploamiro
by old and young, us long as Its loaves hold
together.
"A lierl'ect snrorisn. Seaveolv nnvllilnir f
nn iiiuviiriiu, or ui an vrininy oi iiiace lieie. Is
neglected. It is a book lor every household."
"Wo know of nn similar mlWHnn In tlm
KiiKlish lamruaire which in cnuloliHnOMW nml
felicity of selection and flri-iinirciiipnts cnu uf
all voinpaiewlth it." A. Y, Thnei,
lerins niieral: selling very rapidly. Hood
for circular and Terms to I. II. KOHli .!'.
27 Park Place, N. Y. 14 Jw
NOTniXG SO GOOD AS
DR. WEAVER'S MEDICINES
For Humors,
THKSE Invaliinble Modleines have nehlcvo
aCoinniule Triumph in eradientiiig Ilu
mors, of all kind, from the huiiinn sysU'in
They were introduced to tho pill. lie somo six
years since, and have been twod with entire sue
cess. The OA XCKIt and SA LT RIIKUM SVItlP
m Histin iineniiiiiy, wincii cleanses tliu lllooi
III' I irnu'lni. I. .,..Hli:..o ln .1 r . '
r . .. 7 F'1""1" i" iiiw "iirince, w lieu
the CLIIA'IK in npplied, externally, and nil
eruptions niedestroyed, and Health and lieau
ty restored. Their Astoxihiiino SUccksh lias
unci oui niniiy ignornni pretenders, who havo
Introduced their wonderful prepiirations totlio
piioiin
i - They are out In almost. Ai'iii-ii f.tr...
from Paiiacma'sdowii to rills, nml nil fcn- iin'
mors, (of antrsethej art.)
Jiut It has been reserved to Dr. TVeavkr's
ssi m i-nun i-ciia i k uiacniove wliat, (under the
;'llu'tHne's,) may be regarded as the most
iMiiiuim iiiuiiipu yei nuiueved liy any liiedl
eino everintrodiiced to the American public
Why is this V Simply because- they perform
what they promise; and notwithstanding: the
introduction of these new and wonderful in-en-ariitlonstothe
uulilie. tliu s.-ilt liii,..i, J,
nnd Cerate keep sti-ndlly on their way, coni'iucr-
..iu, ii liiu iiiiijiir, ivimi io iry ineso
new preparation:, we have not a word to say,
lor they havo sure Hemedv to Full ihiek 1'poii
Vl.., Da. WKAVHK'tl Canker nnd Suit. !M,,.i,,
Hyrup and Cerate. Of this fuet tho public are
well awaro, for thousamls. in nil seetii ins nf I lin
country, havo been cured by them, after all
other remedies have utterly failed.
tl. IM. nAKKIS, & CO.. Proprietors,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
KOIt BALK lir
H. II. 1IIMII0P4S0N, Wllkesvlllo.
"IT SAVEDMY LIFE," "
Words of a Eeliable Druggist.
WHATIS THE VALDE OP MONEY WHEN COM-
A I It ii N Lung; Balsam,
warranted to break np the most troublesome
Cough in nn Incredibly short time, There Is no
ioniy nun cm, snow inure evidence ol real
merit than this llalsain, lor curing Consump
tion, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croep.Ac.
IT AOTON THE KIDNEYS!
.... IT ACTS ON TUB LIVES I
Which makes It moro than a Cough Remedy I
READ THE F0IL0WINO :
MAlMCmr,Mion.1Jtily871lfi70.
J.N. llAKKIS Co.. Dear Hlrs 'rim All.,,,'.
Lung Halsnm has arrived. I would not lika to
bo without It, for It has saved my life. I took a
bail cough, anil Anally consumption was seated
upon me. I was In i verv bud sin to. I trl.ul
everything that waa recoiiimundeil, and spent
greutnealof money, and got no help. 1 had
lie niinn-s nnng iinisnin ror line, tint I know
notblngof Itsniorit. I did not like to take it
wit bout kiinwiiiu more almut It. I hail nut .il.l
bottle. 'When .voiirngentculled on me I told
him I could not sell a medicine I knew nolliing
about. Ilourgoil inototry Itinyaulf. I did so,
and to my Krateful sin nriso -lIih Oct l.nuln
Hloppedmy cough, and befoto tun third Initio
was iiiKen my i.iiugswere healed nnil well, nnd
can now sneak knowlinclv to mv iviiimi. nml
ciiHtoniers of the quulitlesof Alien' Lung Bid.
sum. 1 remain rustiei'lfully.
U 0. COTTHEL.
IT IS EAEMLE9S TjB MOST DJELIOATE
IT CX0TAIN8 IfO OPIUM yAxrroi!M
It Is aoUl by Modlolno Uealoi evoiywhoro.
aji.iiTxoisr.
Donotbndeeelvnil.yoii who want iBood med
icine, and desire "Alim's Luny ftiowt." Do not
allow unprincipled dealers to sell you oilier Kill
sniii. 8eu thai you get AI.LKN'8 L'UNO IIALHAM
and you will have the liost cough remedy oll'nreil
tliepubllcj ind oue that will give siitlsfao
tion. . J. N. llAltltIS A co
Holo Proprletoiv, llnclnnutl, O.
rolKALaur i
O. W. SIHSOV. - McAHhtir,
Dlt.ll. B. BTHONO, '
K, H. II.COX 11K0., llamilcu;
11. 0. WILSON, -.
H, II, BiaiiOP X 80N, Wllkiifjllk.
,
C.
Indianapolis Railway. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and iarter May 14, 1871, Trains
will
run an follows: i
a ::;;:;
o :::::: :
B ::;:::
:'.;'.
jj, : : ; : : :
n '
Xl-di-i-!ij
?i : : : i : : :: : :
.2 c a. : : : : : : i
."Uixwoti-iB'Oi t9'2;jj
v ...... '.
:.::::: ::::::::::::
J : : : : : I:::::::::::-
,.f.i.n c o caoi?.xi-
C lO 94 iH flKr-HH-eOOJI'XI-l'l'
-
. ft
: :S : : : :
: a : .
3 : :
5 sji NS-i, - -3,:
5 a 03
V
a -1 a .
Miles
ITJT ot
: : : : : : :1 ::::::: i
i 7
2 i i ! i ; ! tv::.:::::;'!: : i !
-1 : : ol :::::::::::: :
Us g risnI"- ro -rr us a o
f?2-;i.::2 ;::::!:::;:;;
a Si???.? !825SS28K$'5'.?S
t
5
3
E ::':::
H -o :::::: :
U
i . ; ; i
i- co os ci r o
n .r -r i f" KK r,, ai
II otlier rriilna i n y, exeent Hnndnv
CINCINNATI : X f- h IV K i a"e "l'...
' I MniMV A m . v n r... ., . . '
stop botween IfainUen and Athens.
Portsmouth Branch.
ValL Accommodation.
8.15 r.M. :uoa. M.
8.-"4 " 7.1X1 "
nso n.oo
.5 A. Jt. 12-45 P.
11:25 " 4::W "
ViJtR P.M. 5.40 "
Dep. Hnmden
Jackson
Ar'r. Portsmouth
Den. Portsmouth
Ar v- Jackson
Hnmden
Trains Connect at Loveland
points on the Little Miami Hailroad, and
W. W. PEABODY.
Transportation.
KANSAS & MISSOURI
—VIA—
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS TB.AIWS T1ATT.V Ti
O RUN THUOUGII FROM pi
Cincinnati Without Change of Cars !
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
Owned, and operated by ono Company from fin.
clnnatl to St. Louis, therefore pusnengers are
81 It h. ol being carried through without chuime
THUS A VOIDING
tho poKsibilltv incident tf Aril no , . .
are made up of several short roaHs) of niissi.iB
connections, and subjecting their, .iweugers iS
Families and Others Seeking Homei
WesloAf , al'0y.9 lnA on fertlln Prairies of
Western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska Colorado
i, """ "'wiest oyeauingon or m di-ess-ng
the iinilurNigued, Contracting Agent, as a
louinin!;rSi;i,aL
to
THROUGH TICKETS
Can bo purchased at all the Principal Ticket
Ollicesot Connecting Lines, nnd in Cincinnati
i... uvncrui winces oi uio company,
119 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner Levee, and at Do-
ruui oi mni street,
E. FOLLKT J. L.ORISWOI.n,
Gun. Pass. & Ticket A'gt, Con. Superintendent
awi. St. lAllllB.
HDWAllD GALLUP,
Coutrnetlng Passenger Agent,
118 Vine 8t., Cincinnati, Ohio.
for
it
to
FOR LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
The cumulation of the IaiiIuvIIIk nivi.imi nt
this mud and the Nnlondid cniilnmnm. im- im.
eugur travel makes this the
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
Q THROUGH TRAINS
O Dallit.
With Mroct Connecllom from the East for
Loaisville Without Change of Cars I
This IstllOnnlv mad u hnsn Iniliiilniineli,.
I'lnnatl and passengers are delivered nt depoU
hoUilu or roslilunces iu Louisville KBEE.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio Si Miss.,
ana taae no others.
in
in
THROUGH TICKETS
Can b purchased at all the
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES. AND IN
O.IH.OIITU'ATI,
At the (inoi-al OlUce of the Company- i
in
110 V1NU STREET,
Broad way, Corner Front Street,'"
Main St., cor. Lcveo,
ud at tho Dpot, foot of Mill Street.
0I1A8. E. FOLLRTT.
Ueii.rns! A Ticket A'gt
J. L.CRIHWOLr),
Uen. Biip'u
Mt. Louis.
Bl. l.OIIIS.
Edward Gallup, . . . .
Contracting PasMngor Agent,
111) Viue Bt., Cluofijuail, Ohio.
he
is
Donn Piatt and the Country's
Great Men.
Donn Piatt hired for eeven
tticn dollars -a windorr and nv
platform on Pennsylvania ave
noo to see jtbe f carnival.'. He
! I secured for myself a cheap
port of entertainment by under
liikiiifr to keej "an innocent and
ry pretty country girl ad
visiid of the great men taking
pint in tli aimifemfntiu I
pointed out Ad mind Povtfr in
a sulky, behind a bob-tailed
pacer, who yelled like nn Indi
an as he diu lcd by. A forlorn
looking old shanghai, driving
liurc-hell's advertising wagon,
I told her wns old Strabismus,
commonly called Butler. And
I continued in. thir way until
fairly caught. I saw that my
little lnenrl was Pfttino- snani-
ciou, and that I might ex
pect a storin, ami po when old
Tecumseh Sherman actually
passed, I humbly called her at
tsntion to the fact, and 6he ex
claimed indignantly:
"Now you are imposing on
me tliHt queer, crazy looking
man, General Sherman, I don't
believe it."
She fairly passe J into a state
of iiidicnution, however, when
I truthfully pointed out tho
President.
"That man that inshrniG-
caut looking creature, General
brant Colonel P., Idon't be
lieve half you have told me."
"My dear child, you flatter
T t mm
me. When speaking or these
illustrious humbugs tew people
believe anything I say.''
"Why don't you tell the
truth then?''
"It is because I do tell the
truth. As the old diplomat
wrote to his son, "Come hither,
1 ! tl -
my child, and see by what
fools the world is governed."
You come and cannot believe
me nor your own eyes. Time
wns in the dim dictionary past
when ' patriotism, hard study
and intellect, went to make the
statesmen of the young repub-'
lie. New leaders are mado
without these, through the
easy process of the caucus and
demoralized ballot-box.
The officials here do not repre
8enfc the virtue, intelligence,
and patriotism of the few, but
the vicious ignorance of the
many. And so we have itnbe
cility, ignorance, corruption,
and insanity.'
The New York Herald, re
ferring to the the Focalled
Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Amendments, says:
" From General Grant's
course on the Ku Klux ques
tion, it is evident that he in
tends to force fight upon these
two amendments, so obnoxious
the Democracy of the South,
and never recognized by the
Democracy of the North."
But it makes no sort of dif
ference what Grant forces the
fight upon, if the Democratic
party makes a srruare iasuo
against him, with a statesman
and a true Democrat for a
nominee, he will be the worst
beaten wretch who ever rau
an office. So many of the
most intelligent and respectable
members of the Mongrel party
hate and despise him that the
campaign will be dead before
starts. And Grant will go
the shades of Forney, and be
N. Y.
Day Book.
Seasoning of Wood.
A writer in an English journ
informs us that small pieces
non-resinous wood can bo
seasoned perfectly by boiling"
four or five hours the process ;
talcing the sap out of the wood,
which sbriuks nearly one-tenth
the operation. The same
writer states that trees felled
full leaf, iu June or July,
and allowed to lie until every
leaf has fallen, will then be ,
nearly dry, as the leaves will
not drop of themselves until
they have drawn up and ex-,
hausted all the sap of the tree.
The time required is froni a
month to six weeks, according -
the dryness or wetness of
the weather. The floor of a
mill laid with poplar so, treat
ed, and. cut up and put inplaco
less than a month after the
leaves fell, has never shown tho t
slightest shrinkage.
It is said that such is Grant's
nervousness about the nomina
tion for 1872, that half the time
doesn't know , whether he ,
afoot or on horseback.

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