published irui wkdmbsdav by '
ar. "W. Bowon,
EDITOR AMD PROVBIETOU.
J" J. BOWEES,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
No Busine33 Bone on Saturdays.
A Religious Paper to be
Published in McArthur.
It will be seen by the. pro
ceedings of the State Council of
the Christian Union Church of
Ohio, held on the 4th of Septem
ber, 1872, at Williamsporti Pick
away county, Ohio, to be found
on the first page of this paper,
that The Christian Witness, the
orgaji of The Christian Union
Churches, which was established
at Columbus, Ohio, in 1864, by
the late Rev. J. F. Given, the
publication of which was sus
pended in May,' 1872, will be
re-established and published in
The Young Men' Christian
Association will give a Literary
and Musical Entertainment at
the M. E. Church on Wednes
day evening, Nov. 27. The pro
gramme will consist of Addresses,
Orations, Essays, and choice
gems of Music, and it is intend
ed to make this exhibition sur
pass all the former excellent en
tertainments given by this or
ganization. The hall will be
handsomely decorated for the
occasion. An admission fee of
25 cents will be charged, to as
sist the society in raising a
fund for the purpose of renting
and furnishing a hall for their
use. We bespeak for them a
liberal patronage from those of
our citizens who appreciate a
really first-class Literary and
Tickets for sale at all stores
As the official returns of the
election for President and Vice
President are, by the provisions
of law, made to the Sheriff of
the county, and by the Sheriff
sent to the office of Secretary of
State at Columbus, we are un
able to give the official result of
the election in the several -town
ships of this county. The re
ported majorities are as follows :
For Greeley Eagle 14, Vinton
68, Richland 108, Harrison 2,
Brown 7, Madison 45. For the
Gift-taker at Long Branch Elk
45, Knox 12, Swan 1D2, Jack
son 25, Wilkesville 21. The
majority for Greeley is probably
Astronomers tell us that on
the nights of the 10th of August
and the 13th of November m
every year, there are phenomen
al displays of " falling stars."
They predicted that on the night
of the 10th of last August, the
display would bo on a scale of
grandeur and magnitude as has
seldom been witnessed in the
past. That night came, and
passed away withoufoany unu
sual disturbance in the heavens.
It was given out also, that on
the night of the 13th of Novem
ber, the display would be grand.
Let those who are interested, sit
up to-night, and keep a sharp
look-out for ' the " swift-footed
Next Suturdiiy ut two o'clock in
the afternoon n singing school will
bo . oranizod at the . Christian
Church. This effort is designed
for the special benefit of those who
have-nover learned the first princi
ples of vocal music. A most excel
lent teacher, Mr. William Allison,
lias been obtained. lie proposos to
givo twenty lessons for $50.00, so
tliuttho larger the number of schol
ars, the loss will be the-expense.
Wo hopo all our boys and girls will
avail themselves of this favorable
opportunity. As the lessons will
be given on Saturdays, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon and 6 in tho even
ing, it will readily be seen that this
singing class will in no wy inter
fore with our publio schools.
. Wr have often seen mo go shiv
ering along with insufficient cloth
ing In cold weather, and we have
wondered why they did not go to
Martin'h, . and buy some of bis
wonderfully cheap goods, and "dross
up," when they could do so for so
little money, --...
ALLENSVILLE, Nov. 11, '72.
Editor Enquirer: Our fel
low townsman, J.HBoleyyraade
his fifth grand ballbdn 'ascension
at Hamdehn the 31st day i of
UCtODer, in me presence oi a
large concourse of people. Mr.
B. made his first ascension at
this place on Saturday evening,
October 5th, 1872. ! The great
mammoth balloon, which is 51
feet in . highth and 100 feet in
circumference, and beautifully
constructed and ornamented, was
inflated on Mr. B.'s lot, from
which he ascended to the full
highth of one mile, when he
struck a current of air which
wafted him in a north-easterly
directions about 1 miles, where
he alighted near the residence
of Solomon Redfern. His sec
ond ascension was made from
the same place, October 8th,
arising to the highth of of a
mile almost straight upward,
and descended gently, alighting
but a few rods from the place of
ascension, near the dwelling of
Dr. Joseph Wilcox., , Mr. B.s
third and fourth ascensions were
made at the Washington .Fair,
Fayette county, O., on the 17th
and 18th of October. All who
have witnessed the ascensions of
Mr. B. express themselves as be
ing delighted with the success
he is making in his daring feats.
Dr. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Roll of Honor.
The following pupils of 'the
McArthur Schools, have main
tained a perfect grade in de
portment during the month of
it mi ii in if llaird
(; Eliza Hothwell
Martha Corn well
Klla Canty .
Frank Morton" .
Klla Xun tz
1 M Lantz
Alice M Perdue
Alice Reynolds '
Mllie Reynolds '
Kliza II Rannollt
Johanna Steele '
Kliza Ullora -Martha
DR. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur,
Indicted for Bribery.
The Grand Jury at the pres
ent term of the Court of Common
Pleas, in Sandusky county, pre
sented true bills of indictment
against John M. Lemmon, a lead
ing Republican lawyer at Clyde
and John Lynch, a Republican
ward politician in Fremont, for
attempting to bribe Thomas IIow
an elector of Green Creek town
ship, to vote for Charles Foster,
the Republican candidate for
Congress, and John L Green, ir.
the Republican candidate for
Probate Judge in this county.
Such efforts were made in this
county to corrupt votes by open
bribery, ' that the Grand Jury
have been compelled by their
oaths to present true bills of in
dictment against these political
swindlers and bribers. Fremont
Messenger. . . ", . . t
We dropped into the "Old Cor
.ner Store" the other day, and found
it like a "bee-hive." Lndios and
gentlemen were there, looking ami-
linjr and hnppy over their purchases
and carrying away immense bun
dies of goods. We would advise all
ojir friends to go and see the large
lot of beautiful goods, and you will
And no more polite and nccommo.
dating men than . the "Old Gentle,
man," "Dos." and "Charlie." ,
MASON CITY, ILL., Nov, 4.
Mr. Alfred Speer.
Bib, We find your 1. J. Brandy, Port Wine
and Wine Bitters jnit as yon recommend them.
We have an cxtonsive and reliable demand for
your goods. Our physicians recommend thorn
In preference to any other goods of tho kind we
keep. Very respectfully,
SMITH & STOOME.
SMITH & STOOME. Look Here !
' You are wasting time and .money
by not purchasing goods at Mar
tin's. They guarantee to sell
choaper than any bouse in Vinton
Winter is oproaching rapidly,
and if you value health and happi
ness, now is the time to bay jour
Boots and( Shoes at Martin's the
oheape.'t tore la town. 'i ' 1
Editor Enquirer : Your noble
friend, editor of that magnificent
sheet called thh Vinton Record,
had another spasm riu his issue
of October 31, and in his struggle
to compete with the Judge he
finds himself driven to a certain
point, (the last Republican Con
vention of this county) where I
expected and wanted him to
lodge when he commenced his
uncalled for attack on me. His
Excellency reports me as think
ing that my position is not ap
preciated by him, and then goes
on to say that he has taken my
case into full consideration.
How strange that such a brilliant
intellect and a mind so compre
hensive and great should be ta
ken from those sublime and
magnificent heights, where such
minds and intellects only belong,
to appreciate one so humble as
me. I authorize you to inform
that illustrious body, that the
idea of being appreciated by him,
originated in his own diseased
brain ; and that it is a matter of
the greatest indifference to me
whether the great journalist ever
thinks of me again or not; and
in a political sense, I care not
how I am appreciated by that
ring of the Republican party,
which, having lost all shame,
now makes falsehood and money
its principle stock in trade. You
may inform the gracious benefac
tor of Vinton county that his
Grant Club wjis signed by me
under protest, and his being
present on that interesting occa
sion, affords me, I suppose, some
very poor evidence of the fact.
You may inform his lordship,
that just three days after the con
vention, I went to McArthur ex
pressly . to withdraw from the
ticket, when Messrs. King and
Ambrose told me the paper I
had signed was thrown away, a
new one got up for Elk town
ship, and my name was not on
it ; that the matter should be kept
secret, and no one should know
it: but the way the matter was
kept the Record understands as
well as any one else. You may
inform your beloved friend that
when he asserts that I solicited
the nomination for Probate Judge,
he is as far from the truth as a
woodpecker journalist commonly
gets ; and if he had inserted in
his paper the communication
sent him soon after I handed
back my nomination to the Re
publican committee, his readers
would have known my highest
reason for the act. Perhaps he
would not have known himself.
As I expect, the poor man will
vote for General Grant full 0
years after the General is dead,
and when he hears oi his death
he will pronounce it a Liberal
he! You may inform the poor
'fellow that 1 was advised by the
best Republican lnend 1 had,
soon after the convention, to
withdraw from the ticket; but
his advice was to run the thing
until the evening before the elec
tion, then haul off and pay them
back in their own coin, for he
was well assured that I was only
put upon the ticket with Yaple
and Ratclilf for bargain and sale,
You may inform your effeminate
brother of the Record that one of
the Republican committee gave
me advice a few days before my
withdrawal, that opened my eyes
as magically as the waters of
Siloam. If you can hnd any
thing about the insect large
enough to inform, just tell him
for me that word was sent from
McArthur Republicans to Jack
son township to a good Repub
lican here, requesting to have all
trading done to the interest of
Kaler & Holland. If you can
find anything left of the gentle
man, please tell him that this
same Republican of Jackson
township above mentioned, stands
high in the ring at McArthur
yet imparted to me the sacred
news the same day it was re
ceived. And if you find any
thing in the shape of an editor of
as little significance as the echo
of a sound that never existed,
you may offer him a five dollar
greenback, on my account, when
ever he gives this communica
tion a place in his columns.
M. R. POTTER.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
Before using this balsantlo remedy open the
pores by warm fomentation!. Then rub in the
salve, and wherever the sore, swelling, wound,
bruise, or eruption may bo located. It will
speedllr dliappoar. Sold IB Maiden Lane, N.
V. Price, 16 cento per pot Ask for new style ;
the old Is counterfeited.
DR. N. J. BOWERS, Dentist, McArthur,
3 ARE READY FOR THE
OTE-NT OF GOODS
FALL TRADE, WITH A LARGE
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
OS BBAXTTiyXJIj aTTXiBsl OS"
Iltlxx c&5 Fanoy3DressGrOod.s
Prints, Delaines, Plain Lustres, Corded Lustres, Broclio Cords, Fluids, Poplins, Wool Delaines,
' Black Bilks, Waterproofs, Ac, 4c.
IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE FULL LINES OF
Jeans, Casslmeres, Coatings,
FLANNELS, PLAIN BIB Al WHITE, AND MKT PLAIDS!
Canton Flannels, Drilling, Blenched and Brown Muslins, of every grade, Ticking!, Checks,
.Nap Kins, audio
Shawls, Cloaks, Furs. Velveteens, Sec.
Everything New and Novel
In this line of Good wo p.nrrr the larirest and
attention or tne lauies IS inviieu 10 our large
DKEHH TRIMMINGS, , TKINGKS,
AND ESPECIALLY TO OTJtt LARGE LOT OF
KID, LISLE THRE .SILK AND COTTON GLOVES!
In ovry stylo, shade oil quality.
The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town I
HOSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY,
FANCY GOODS IN ENDLESS ASSORTMENT!
CSrerLtlem en !
CALL AND EXAMDJE OUB LARGE STOCK OP
Collars, Nucktiex, liows, CUoros, Ilumlkerchiefs, Shirts, Umlorshlrts, Drawers, lints, Caps, Ac,
Ac, beliire buying ulseuliore. We have everything new and novel. A specialty of the
WE HAVE A PULL ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS and SHOES, MEN, BOYS, WOMEN and MISSES!
And pay especial attention to our trade In
And have a full stock constantly on hand of all sizes, styles and qualities.
Our Grocery ID ep ctr trkaoixt !
IS FULL AND COMPLETE I
READ THIS LIST OF PRICES:
N.O. Sugar. 12 io White Coffee Sugar, 15o Choice Rio Coffee, 25o
Java Coffee 30o Yoang Hyson Tea, $1.00 Rloe.lOo
M.O. Molasses, 80o Raisins, 25o Candies, 25o.
llacon, Lard, Fisli, Syrips, Cical a, Tobaccos, Indigo. Logwood, JImUlor, Cloves, Cinnamon, rep
per, (Spices, &c, Jtc; Ilm kclB, Tubs, llrooins, llasUcta. We invite yon to come and see us, and
examine our stock and prices, whun you come to town I -
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW .YOU GOODS!
We are Determined to Sell at Some Price, and are Prepared to Give Ear
Tfiii 5) j sh and Prompt Paying Customers !
WE BUY EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
WE ARE RECEIVING NEWrGOODS EVERY WEEK!
AND YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOVELTIES AT THE
"OLD COE1TEE STOKE I"
THEN EEHZKBES-THB PLACE TO " BUY YOUE GOODS CHEAP
IS AT ......
ONE VOOIt WEST OF COURT HOUSE, MAIN STHEET, McAKTHUR. OHIO'
SIMMONS & CLOUGir ORGAN CO.'S
f-.ri-1 ' l ..JkZ.--.Ml .
" nas56igr?5?-; -. ' ft .iisyjtlfei-li '
A?',' j5'!""l".,lLr.s-" " ' ' '''w-''' ""'- conyi
V . . V;,
if - i'H H1- - .i ljil' ".
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS
FITTED WITH THE NEWLY INVENTED
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention hiring a inont important Bearing
nr mo use oi wim-.ii mu quantity or volume ui
Eaual to that of the BestP 60rgani5 of the Same Capacity,
Ourcelebrated"VoxOi!loste," ''I.oulPtnt ,""Vo Humnns," 'Wilcox Patent" Octave Conn
ler, Theehsnnliig- "Oello" orMUtirinet" Stops, ind
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can bo obtained only In tho Organs.
Thirty-live different Stylos ibr tho Purlor and Church.
The best material and Workmanship.
PRICES, CJSO TO fUSOO.
rAOTOil AND WAEEEOOMS, COEHEE 6TH
EatablUhed in 1800. 1
Addreag SIMMOflS & CIQUGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan;
I keep constantly on hand vory description of ,
FURNITURE OF: MODERN STYLES.
I manufacture toorderandrepalrVurnltureof all kinds, attbe most reasonable price.
I am prepared to furnish . .. . .
COFFINS OF EVERY;
" Tli pnollo ar invited te aall
Marsh )i,irrs. . V
in Our Notion Department!
best stock in Vinton County. The nartleular
ami cieganv asauruiieui, oi
HIGH GORE CORSET!
on the futnr reputation of Reed Initrumantal
lone is very largely increased, sua tne quality a'
Quality and Volume of Tone TJunequalled.
ADD C0NQBES8 6TELETS. DETROIT, MIOmflAH
1ST AGENTS WANTED IN BVKRY COUNTY
STYLE AND. VARIETY,
them with a tlearse.
mmi xmrninm mj Stock. ,'
! PA1QS IIOliTON.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
On and after Nov, 8, 1872, Trians will
run as follows;
32 i : : : :
: i 4 ::::!
n ok m m v d m o 9
: : i : : : i ' :
-5 0 I . . .
on !- oo
mne ) gpr-TR
5 :"5 .J : :
eg a - let -a J. -a :Z
Miles SggSggggggg j
J2 : i : i : :
o oi co r to ti tcj n V uj o
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run daily
All otherTralns daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no
stop between Hamden and Athena.
4.00 p. h. 6:15 A, M.
Ar v. Jackson
12-20 P. u.
8.45 A. V.
Trains Connect at Loveland.
For nil points on the Little Miami Railroad, and
at the Inliannpolis A Cincinnati Bailroad June,
tion for all points West.
W. W. PEABODY.
W. W. PEABODY. Master of Transportation.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
Great National Short Line Route East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and after Monday, November 10, Trains
will run as follows :
rtn'flciU ( 11 nil
Brprim. Lino. Srprm
8 68 Am S40Pm .......
S 35 Pin a Si Am 8 44 Am
8 08 " 5 61 1 12 I'm
8 88 " 8 S8 " 4 45 "
8 55 " 84.5" 50.1"
10 00 " 10 00 " 8 48
S5 Am 1 10 Pm H;84Pm
15 " 4 10 "
19 80Pm 8 80 Am 0:20 Pm
1364 Am H 45 Pm 4:00 Am
8 45 Pm 8 00 " 8:00 Pin
800 " 4 05 Am 8:50 Am
8W ' 4 9:20"
ISOBPm 8 50 " IS:04 "
tOOPm 10 81 8:45 Am
6 45 " 1 1 00 "
Parkershurg ,. ...
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Cars.
Which areas comfortable, elegantly furnished,
and almost equal to a flre-slde, are on all Trains
from Oluolnnati to Baltimore and Washington.
SeoScheduleof Marietta and Cincinnati Rail
way Tor time of arriving and departing from
The advantages of this route over all others
is, that it gives all travelers holding through
tickets the privilege of visiting Baltimore,
Philadelphia, and the National Capitol free.
Time quicker and rates of fare lower than by
any other line.
The scenery along this Railway Is not equaled
for grandeur on tula Continent-.
Pullman Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Cars. TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
This line ofTors superior inducements the
rates being one-third lower toand from Boston,
Now York, or any otlior Eastern point. In or
dering goods of any description from the East
give directions to ship tla Baltimore A Ohio
It It., mid Insliipping East give same directions.
Kreixhts shipped by this route will have des
patch, and be handled with care anil save
J. L. WILSON.
G. R. BLANCHARD.
Gen. Freight Ag't, Baltimore.
L. M. COLE.
S. B. JONES, Gen. Ticket Ag't Baltimore.
Gen. Pass. Ag't., Cincinnati.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and after December 10th, 1871, Trains will
un as follows:
Atnena d.ou a. h. i:ia r. u.
Columbus... :0U A. M. 6.40 T. M,
Pittsburgh.. 6:85 r. u, 1:00 a, M
Clevelund... 8:68 " 7:80
Xonia 13:10 " 7:W
Dayton 1-Oft " S:llt
ltlchmond... 8:iA " 11:17
Indianapolis 8:10 " t:90 A. M,
Chicago l:10 A. .
Close connection made at Lancsster for Cir.
cleville, Znnesville', and all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valloy Railroad.
Direct connections made at Columbnt for
Dayton, Hprlngnelil, IndianaDolls. Chinaa-o.
and all points West. Also, for Cleveland,
unnnio, riusnurgn, ana an points Kasi.
Take tho Hocking Vallcv and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest, It la the
shortest by sixty-six allies, giving passengers
the benefit of quicker time and lower rate
J. W. DOHERTY.
E. A. BUELL Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
To Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. Co.
ALL persons having subscribed to the Capi
tal Stock Of the Ualllnolis. MoAnlmr J
Columbus HatlMad Co., aifi hereby required to
uuko pnynirni, w (iiu ncoreiary ni me uompa'
mentaon thelrsubscrlntlons as follnwa,
A 4th Instalment of 10 ner cent ., nn nrhnfnra
T.. l .. oa tuo '
a otn instalment oi iv per cent., on or before
August 91. 187S.
A 6th Instnlmnntof 10 ner Mnt. nn nrhoftiva
A 7th Instalmentof 10percent.,onorbofore
an 8th Instairosat of 10 per csnt.on or before
November M. 1871.
A 9th instalinunt alS
December IB, 1H7?.
oy order of Uoaro of Directors i
uj. nil iiinuiuue in ukiiimiiis, Ullio, anu parties
living In Vinton county, Ohio, may make pay.
meut, If more convenient, to Daniel will,
Prealilant of the Vinton Countv Ilnnk. In.ml.
Sec'y G. McA. & C. E. R. Co.
Sec'y G. McA. & C. E. R. Co. July 3, 1872.
Cleveland Columbus, Cincinnati and
On and altar MciniiaV Mu Mih IK71 tr.
oress Trains will isuvi COLUMBUS ' and
0UE8TLINC and abhivi at points named be-
- 4 :10 p ill '
7:06 a m
2 :00 p m
11 :S0 p m
8 46 pm
i'lveland ... . 8:46u m
Niagara Falls.. .7:00 tn
Itonhestor.. .'.,.( :8Uam
Wbnny 9:45 am
Boston . . ft -'Jil n m
Sew York City.. IU80 n m
Crestline 1244p m.
e 30 p in
11 25 am
815 p ra
riiMimrir 8op m
HarrUburg 7 16 am
Haiti more 1040 a ra
Wan hi nir ton .... 1 10 p m
rnnaiieipnia, . n ia ra siftpra 7 oo as
Creatline 1180 pm
Port Wayne.... 8 80am
"hicago 1210 pm
1 15 a in 11 15 a m
720am 600 p ra
toy No. 4, leaving OI urn bus at 4:10 p. m.
has a Through Car tu Delaware forBprlngfield,
Train No. on the Oolumbiis A Hooking Val
oy Railroad connect with No. 4 Train. Through
rickets for sal at Athens.
PA8SENGKR TRAINS returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:36a m. 11 :15 a. m. and ;B0 a. m.
Place Day and Sleeping Cars
on All Trains.
' 06" leaving Columbus at 2:35 a a, on
4iinduy, runs through without detention, by
both Erie and New York Central Railways,
jrrlWnat New York on Monday morning at
For particular Information. In regard 1 to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East. West, North and South, apply-to
or address K. PORD,Oolnmbiis,Ohio. t
E. S. Gen.
Gen. Agent. Columbus, O.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY,
. ' Is" "trie4 Shorted,' Quickest'
and ouly Ii6ad.,.runutug its en
tire U'aina through to
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
Our arrangements and con
nections with all lines from St.
Louis and Louisville are per
fect, Reliable and complete for
; This is the shortest and liest
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph
ind to all points in Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska.
Through Tickets and full
information as to time and
fare, can be obtained at any
li. R. Office or at our office in
E. GALLUP, Gen, East Pas. Agent.
XV. B. HALE, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt.,
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
3 EXPRESS TRAINS loave Indianapolis
daily, except Sunday, for ST. LOUIS and
Till E only Line running PULLMAN'S celc
I brated Drawing-room Sleeping Cars from N.
Y., Pittsburgh, Columbus, Louisville. Cin
cinnati, and Indianapolis, to Bt. Louis without
Passengers should remember that this Is the
Ureat West Bound Route for Kansas City,
Leavenworth, Lawrence, Toeka. Junc
tion City, Fort Scott and St. Joseph.
tlllPOAalTO TO KANSAM. for the pur
tlYllUnAN lo pose of establishing them
selves in new homes, will have liberal discrim.
ination made in their favor by this Line. Bat
sfactory commutation on regular rates will be
given 'o Colonists and large parties traveling
together: and their baggage, emigrant outfit
and stock will be shlppedon the most favora
ble terms, presenting to
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
sucn comforts and sccommodntlons as are pre
sented by HO OTHER ROUTE.
TtcKET.S can be obtained at all the prlnolpal
Ticket OlHcea in the Eastern, Middle and
0. E. FOLLETT,
General Paaaenger Agent, St. Louis.
Eastern Passenger Agent, Indianapolis.
JOHN E. SIMPSON,
General Superintendent, Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
The Great Through Mall and Express Pas
songer Line to St. Louis, Kansas City. Bt.
Joseph, Denver, San Francisco, and all points
In Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.
The shorteat and only direct route to Indian
apolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Cambridge
City, Springfield, Peoria, Burlington, Chicago,
Milwaukee, Bt. Paul, and all points In the
The Indianapolis, Olnainnatt and Lafayette
Railroad, with Its connections, now offers pas
sengers more fuel 11 tie In Through Coach and
Sleeping Car Service than any other line from
Cincinnati, having the advantage of Through
Dallv Ours from Oiuolnnatl to St. Louis, Kau
saClty.Ht. Joseph, Peoria.Burllngtoa,Chlcai(o,
Omaha, and all Intermediate points, presenting
to Colonists and Families such comforts and
accommodations as are afforded by no other
ThroughTlcketAahd Baggage Checks to all
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:30 A.M.. J;00 P.
at., and :00 P. M.
Tickets oan be obtained at No. 1 Burnet
House, corner Thlrl and Vine Publio Land
Ing, corner Main and Itlveri also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl StreflM, Cincinnati, O.
Be sure to pur. haHe tickets via Indianapolis,
Otnoinnati and Lafayette.Itailroad.
U K. LDIU), O. L.BARRIXGRR,
Oblef Ticket Clerk, Master Transportation,
D. B SHIVEL, : '
ATTOEWEY J'.V XiA.'W,
McARTIIUR. OHIO. . .
Will attend promptly ,egnl buslnesa
entrusted tn tils care In Vinton and adjoining
counties, Orrio In the Recorder's Ofllce.
J. M. MoQILLIVRAY,
ATTORNEY -A.T LAW,
WILIj attend promptly tn ary buslnesa
given to hid care and management in
any Courts of Vinton ant adiolnlng counties.
Ornoi In tho Court House. Uu Stairs. 11-tf
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
A.TTOE1TEY AT LAW.
' (Proseontlng Attomsy of Vinton Oonaty,)
WILL practice In Rosa, Vinton and adjoining
counties. Alllrarsl buslnesa entrusted to
his oare promptly attended to, 88. tf
ATTOBUEY AT LAW,
OmcE 1st tkx We'; of-Tvan. Will A Bros.
Kaoeclal attention liven lo thscollnotlon
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