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MCAliTIlUK JliJNUUIKJi:ii
MlAiti'HUIt, OHIO, - - AUGUST SO. 'iff
Jg N. . FRESHMAN, '
A.dvetisinfj Agent,
, , ' ' 190 WEST. FOURTH STREET,
J mi nutlinrlzod A jfon t to rcelovo advertise
ments for this paper, ilu li:.s special nr
fHtiitoiiittntH wllli religious, agricultuiul nuil
Ollll'l' UmVpUpCr,
N,
J. BOWKRS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MuAUTHUIt.OIIIO.
Advertiser who may villi to reach the
People .r Vinton and adjoining counties,
run 11ml no better medium than the Mo
Arthur i:nu ulrcr.
New wheat is coming into nutr-
Ul't.
F. N. Cknteus. of the Athens
Journal, imitl our town ii visit a
few clays ni(, mid culled upon us.
The health of1 tlio people of Me
ArUiiirTuui vicinity wus never bet
tar Ht this season of the year than
now.
Dak. Hardin, niid Greek Hill
.n due I ors ou thu Marietta and,
Ciiu'innntr R. R., niv east on u re-
ert'utivp trip.
.in 4 t m m-
Tiie mini Hall, arrested for nn
S.MlIt UpOll ilKNIU IIoFFiiiNES,
bint veek, was acquitted mid dis
clitugoJ. The injured man is re
cover! hg? dhUlicothe Post.
ii s s B
Jr. N. J. Hirwers. Dentist, McArtiiur, O
The crowded state 'of the columns
of this jiaper last week compelled
us to omit notici ng several matters-
-politic;.! and otherwise
which should littVO VOC'Cived atten
tion. The CVtmiy Hurveyor, Judge
GiiAiu, was engaged hist Saturday,
iu surveying the Foreman Funi),
three inilc.-t north of town, into
three equal parts for the) benefit of
the heirs. .
To lay off n square acre of
ground, measure 20li feet on each
side, and you will have a square
acre to an inch. An acre contains
4,810 square" rods. A square mile
contain (U0. .
i"mn
Kveuybody ought to know that
t,fc Ohio (inine Law is very severe
upon -Uos shooting quail and oth
er birds it tills season of the year.
The line is fro. 3 to $20, and im
prisonment. It would iinprovethc i?opearanc.o
of our streets 100 per cent. 'J resi
dents nml lot owners would c'ar
them of weeds. The completion'
of the railroad would increase the
value of , property another 100 per
cent.
.Frank Sands, or Frankfort, Ross
enmity, Ohio, brother of W. H. B.
mid J. F. Sands,' of Zuleskl, has
purchased n farm near Athens,
Tenii., where he proposes to reside
lu the future,
The jSteain Flouring Jlills of
Messrs. Cozzens & Joiinsox, at
llnmden, are doing a good business
at tins time, and turning out the
very best quality of flour. Farm
.ers turd others want.'ng grinding
done, arc promptly attended to.
Some people can't subscribe for
The McArthur Enquirer, but
either -borrow it or loaf around
store, saloons, and other places to
sponge the reading of it. It is a
good way to stive $1,50 per year.
..John Clayton Vlyley, a. brother
of the Intu J. P. Plylev, died at the
residence of his father, on Wednes
day, August u, 1873, from the ef
fects of Injuries by being thrown
from a horse a short time previous.
He was 21 years of age,
MoBT'iun Is 7 miles from Ham
den, 3 miles' from Dundas, 3 miles
from Vinton Stanton, and (I miles
from Zaleskl. Those tour places
are blessed with a Railroad, while
MeArthur is cursed with a few
.miserable mud roads.
Dr. N.J Dowers, Dentist, MnArtliur, .
'The following is a statement of
sipproximato earnings of the Marl
ctta and Cincinnati Railroad for
the lint week tu August, 1873
1KT3. ' imi.
Passim tfni'S
,,l 11.171 ,076
. 47. 1 M 94.IKM
Wu ....
express ailrt telegraph. 8.000 ),1tMJ
Mr.ii
Total,
Totnl for the Vur rJl.VjMM $!,0),8
uicncing istqi . T'
A. EENicicJr:, Secretary of the
Ross County Agrlcu Unral ft4 Hor
ticultural Societies, 'will, accept
thanks for a coroplirrientur.Y ticket
totlio Fourth Annual Fair, to be
held in ChlHlcothe,onthe9th, 10th,
11th mid 12th of September, 1873.
Wo shall be present if possible.
Tim" Zaleskl onrt Parkersburg
Accomtnodatloii Train, wh 1 c b
Jleaves Zaleskl every morning ut
ffi;10 olid returns in the evening' at
0 '. SO, is as convenient for the peo
ple of tliftfc tovrt as the Loveland
Accommodation Traill l for the
people of Cincinnati. ,
Thk American IJousk. -Withiu
the past few months thu American
House, In Columbus, Ohio, under
the management of Col. K. J.
Blount, which Is completely ar
ranged In all its departments, has
so increased in popularity with the
traveling public that it stands to
day as the best hotel in that city.
Pleasant and the most accommoda
ting clerks IIauvey Casuatt and
I. W. Tucker a strict regard for
comforts of the guests, good ser
vants, tables well supplied with the
the delicacies and substantial and
very moderate charges have gained
for it the enviable reputation that
it enjoys. Street cars run to anil
from the railroad depot. It is in
the business portion of the city,
nearly oppojite the State House.
The attention of the young men
is directed to the advertisement of
the Ohio University in this paper.
The fall term willopeu on Tuesday,
September 2, 1873. Thu rooms of
the institution are now undergoing
repairs, and many improvements
will be made in the buildings and
grounds. Term fees iu the college
classes -$10 for tuition; $3 for
contingencies, oixl $3 or $1 for
room rent. The tuition fee to the
Preparatory Department Is $i5. One
student will be admitted free from
each (Miuiity in the State to be se
lected by the County Auditor and
Commissioner. For catalogue and
other information, address Rev. W,
II. Scott, President, and Professor
of Intellectual and Moral Science.
Rape. One of the most revolting
cases of rape ever known, come to
light before Esq. Seth Sharp, of
Vinton township, in this county, on
Monday last. Dr. A. J. Boyeks
was defendant, and Ellen Ghkoort,
only eleven years of age, partially
deprived of tiie power of hearing,
and a township charge, was the
plaintiff. Constable Epiiriau Rad
cuffe looked around several days
.''or the Dr. before finding him.
He arreted liim on Friday morn
ing in McAit'uii', when ho was sent
to jail to await the time fixed for
the preliminary examination. The
examination resulted in his b'ng
bound over to await the action of
the Grand Jury, at the next term
of Court, commencing September
1(5. We nro infornicd'that the child
gave her story in a straight-forward
manner. . ,
A terrific battle took place on
Friday last -the small boys on the
one side, and a nest of bumblebees
on the other, llio bees made a
noble stand, and held their fortress
an entire da', against the combin
ed force of the boys. The boys
tried various flank movements, but
"ero repulsed each time. A con
sult ition of war was hold, and the
result a center movement in solid
phalanx, but this too proved disas
trous, nnd several boys and n dog
were wounded, which caused the
main column' W euttoi' lir great
confusion- ( The forittJ wereligain
brought together, aud iit duo time
the bees succumbed to their fate by
an unconditional surrender. Some
of the boys, however, will bear tho
marks of a conflict for several days.
The exhibition given in this
town on Monday . afternoon and
evening by Van Amburoh & Co.,
pleased the largo audiences hotter
than any ever before given here.
The company show everything that
is represented on the bills. The
entertaiumontu given at the close
of tho menagerie nro a swindle and
should be discontinued or prohib
ited by law. When the people en
ter a canvass they understand the
price of admission to be just fifty
cents, and do not want to be in
formed that floor things can be
seen, if they will pay twenty-five
cents and remain an hour longer
under, a close canvass.
The Board of School Examiners
for the Independent District of Za
leski, Vinton couuty, O., will meet
at the School House, in Zaleskl, on
Saturday, August 23, 1873, Two
teachers are wan tod, one for the
Primary, and one for tho Interme
diate. School Examination to
commence at 9 o'clock a. m.
Robert Thompson, Chr'n.) Board
Dr. Thomas Hastings, V of
.1). Book, Clerk. , ) Ex'rs.
Prof. VT. II. Donaldson, who
made a balloon ascension at Ports
mouth, in May, 1872, passing over
McAi'tluir, and landing near New
Plymouth, nortlf of (his J)lace, is the
ono who is to accompany J.rof.
Wise iu tho voyage froin New
York, across tho Atlantic ocean,
the departure to take placo on the
27tl'f this month, ' Wbnt may be
their fofe, up ppc can tellf
'1 t-w
Full Again. The liouso of Wiy,
k Co.; Zaleskl, is again filled up
frith tho most magnificent assort
mini f J)rynt Fanoy Goods that
bos evor bupn our pjonsure to look
upon. Tho stock is unusually
large and varied, comprising every
thing that may be hooded by their
Customers and friends;7- anil - the
prices cannot fail to bo satisfactory
crpcrfectly so.
Picnic and DANCE.-r-The Com
mittee of Arrangements, Jasper
Bobo, John Kale, John Hall, Juntos
Sands, John Bohn, T. D. Book, Sol.
Shipley, and II. H. Neskett, being
members of the Zaleskl Brass
Band, have made nil tho necessary
preparations for holding a grand
picnic in the beautiful Grove, cast
of tho Car Shops, ot Zaleskl, on
Saturday, August 23d, 1873. An
excellent platform has been erected
for tho especial benefit of those who
may wish to dance.
Everybody invited to come and
have a pleasant time.
It is expected that a Balloon As
cension will be made by Prof. J. II.
Boley.
The music will be furnished by
the Zaleskl Brass Band.
Refreshments of all kinds may
be had in the Grove.
Strict order will he maintained
during tho day.
John Hall and John Bohn tiro
Floor Managers.
Sad Accident and Death. Mrs.
Brewer, wife of Thomas Brewer,
and a daughter of Aiiham Bryson,
living at Zalcski, in this county,
cam a to her death on Monday
evening last, by being struck on
the head by the Cincinnati Express
Train, bound east, about 2 o'clock.
She was walking upon the track
about one anl a half miles east
from that place, an l ou the ap
proach of the train she stepped off
the track, but, iu making an effort
to reach the track' again, not ob
serving that tho train was out of
reach, she stepped so close that
some part of the rear car struck
her on the head, crushing the skull,
and causing death about four
hours afterward. Sue did not
b peak after being struck.
SOMETHING OVERLOOKED.
Interesting to Everybody!
We accidentally omitted to men
tion the fact that the House of Dan,
Will & Hnos,, f this town, have re
ceived a remarkably heavy stock of
every description of goods iu their
line, especially for this market, and
we wish It to bo distinctly under
bt-ood that tho prices are unusually
law. The assortment consists in
part of fancy dry goods, boots,
shoes, hats, caps, clothing, choice
dress goods notions, ifec, and in fact
embracing tsvery article found in
the best dry goods houses. In ma
king the selection of dross gtiQds,
Aaron Will, of the fjnn, takes the
greatest care.
It is said that the prospects for
the completion of tho Railroad to
MeArthur aro very flattering. On
Thursday evening the Engineer of
the road arrived here from Gallipo
lis, and is now engaged in locating
the line northward from the Mari
etta tic Cincinnati track, ut Dundns.
We are iniormod that work will bo
commenced on the old bed within
ten days, teams having been sent to
Gallipolis for the tools, etc,
The young gent who greased his
buggy beforo giving his gal a ride,
and then put both hind wheels on
one side, and both front wheels on
the other side, and never discover
ed that the thing inclined to one
side, had better call on II. B. Mayo,
Probate Judge, at once. His case is
desperate.
What Is a Western Man?
He is a man who has traveled.'
Men now in business in the West
are in general older than the States
whero they live, and so must have
traveled. Not one in six of the
Nebraskians was born in Nebraska
No Westerner perhaps has voyaged
so far as Bayard Taylor, and some
few other sterlings. But western
travelers are multitudious. Of
eighteen Americans who chartered
a Cairo steamer to go up tho Nile
in 1868, ten resided in Detroit or
west of it , The proportion would
be larger to-day. Iu a western vil
lage you always And thoso who be
fore settling have roved over half a
dozen States. But in New England
you constantly encounter those who
were never out of their native coun
ty. Twenty years ago there lived
in South Danvers, Mass., one Miss
Eden,' near a hundred years old.
During the century of his pilgrim
age, so far from journeying to Phil
adelphia or even New York, she
had never bce:i in Boston, though
born within thirteen miles from it
Her most distant expedition had
been five and one half miles to
Marblehead. She had been there
only once, and that for the purpose
of having the small-pox, Bome
years before tho revolutionary war.
It will bo long before the West
can show such a phenomenon,
"fixed like a plant to ono pocnllar
spot."
All the better for tho West
Each, man there finds what he can
do best, if not iu one place, then in
another. , Along the Burlington
nnd Minftoili'i River Railroad in
Nebraska, thci'eai'6 many who have
bought lands on long credit, and
aro developing them into grain and
stock farms with their earnings in
Wisconsin lumber camps, Califor
nia diggings, or while freighting to
Colorado and Montana. . It speaks
well for Nebraska, that Jojfions
nook there to make n start from so
many quarters where thev earned
money to make a start Nebraska
is for farmers, and farmers for
Nebraska. . . '
PROF. J. D. BUTLER.
Tabular Statement
T?XHIBITING the number of Horses, Cattle, .Mules, etc., Sheep and
Jlj State's Olfloe, by tho several
a.. . . ... , i f -- n.A
I OI lilts ACl TO piOVHIO lor trim puuii-""" muimih.1 , Hum!
Imals returned for taxation," passed March 15, 18C9 :
l.'OUNTIKH.
AiliiniN.,
Allmi
AhIiIiuicI
Aslititbulu... ,
Alln'iiH
AukIhI'.c.,....,
Ilclmoiit
Iliown
lliitli-r
I'lllToll
t liuiiimitfn...
t'liirko
( lurniont
(Union..
C(i) miiliinim.. .
t'lllllM'.lOU ....
(raw lord
(,'iiynlioga
Dlirke
Dullmute.
Dulnwnro. ...
Kiln
Fnlrlk'M
Fnyctto
franklin
Knltim
(iitllla
(ciiiiKU
(il't'l'lll!
(imniiHuy
Hamilton
Hancock
Hiirtlln
Ilnrrlkon
llonrv
IliK'iUiul.. ...
IlockhiK
Holme
Huron
.Iiu'kaon
Ti'irvnon
Knox...
Luke
Lnwrcnce
Licking
I.OKlill
Lorain..
Likuh
Muilimm
Miiltoninf ....
Miirion
MuiliuH
MuiK'
Murcwr .
Miami
Hinirou
Hoiitgoiiiiirjr .
Morgan
M orroH'
Mimkiiigiim..
Noble
Ottatvit
Ptiiilriluf
Perry ,,
I'li'kuwny.... .
Plku
Port.-iKe,
Prulile
I'mnani
KltlllfllKl.,..,,
Rom. ... . .)
Sainluky
Scioto
Seneca
Shelby
Htnrk
Summit..
Trumbull
Tworw.-.
Union ,. .
Van WMrt, .
Vinton.
Vrreh .
Wellington,.
Wayne
WlHUro
Wood
Wyundqt .
Totals .
County Auditors, for the years 187a and as required by section
.,..1.1t..nf Inn nf rlta iumhi. rf llnMuna
Number of
. llorc,
No. of Cattle.
1818. 1873,
1WS, 1873.
.m
m.wi
1H.4IM
SI3.4VS
13,550
!,(!' HI
13,000
43,340
15,308
17,375
94.43H
10,006
16,584
7.T4H
f;m
,07S
I,0H4
8,1(11
lO.tMW
B,(VK1
10,HWI
IMS
,WB
B.570
,(!
.,tvw
t,lS
H.88H
7, HM!
8, M'i
8.1)58
4'i,8l0
16,1177
15,888
84,1107
ln.wi
7.11W
11, 1W,
8,8.10
1U.NM
S.H44
16,8110
13,4411
18,)i
0,900
17.7W
16.085
18,740
18,013
1 1,0-16
8,604
8.1111
v.sim
8,0MI
13.306
ld.lKM
11,111
IN.470
1,1H3
87,170
16.884
it,oi
10,114
31,548
81,805
86,896
86,316
16,884
19,115
m
19,603
8,4H
Him
11,71(1
5,461
fMM
s.trts
10,M
8,57
14.611
ft.SUO
B.air,
4,K!H
w,m
7,88
18,tW7
n.imi
1S.7OT
14.4M1
1V,856
11.768
8.HS8
S,51(t
10,800
14.TOS
6,146
6,163
ifii-i
lo.iai
7100
18,8711
14.788
18.670
14.061
17,016
10,HK4
81,016
17,4861
1H.17-J
m,ii67i
16,843 1
14.037
lHWKl
16,713
19,110
::::::;:::!:
--
17,531
17,183
13.8H8
l,68l
17,158
18.808
,7l(i
6,IS
6.HI4
4,8-2(1
lU.AUH
4.KHH
D.inn
4,n m
15,078
11, HIS
911,181
13,803
17.im
19,43
10,S-iM
4.IWA
WI.7H8
18,85
S.HK)
16.901
"'"'.1m
J1
' 4.7l)l
1U.WI
m,un
43M
18
,1V
6,807
15,1X1
18,808
ia,otnl
14.448
18,ll
10,W7
S7,8:
Jo,iin
80,(Mf
i3,8o!i
11,680
80,486
14,968
14,875
16,100
10,8011
10,4
9.M1.1
4.0KI
4,OKH
11,80(
14.537
17,118
1 M
8,50.1
tt.HIO
5,IW
.9.HH1
OA'S
87,70.1
i(l,6!l8
7.4M
7,?4
83,1 I!
28,ra
8,lKi
8.1)54
7,8Q
1,3115
8.1(11
5.044
90,1(1-1
13,00.)
1704
i.054
6,786
6,473!
16,778
17,014
i 7,8(17
0.884
0.AHO
6,W
ia,ft
W.tk'.Sl
lM,4f)
18,1101
S0,4M
88.084
17,860
S.JKKi
111,847
19.041
80.170
,no
1.710
0,481
10,978
8.886
18,175
8,065
8,760'
S.381
'Ii
im
8.4M)
,1H8
7,818
8,44M
,3 1
,188
1.488
.060
9,11(1
84,706
16,160
85,081
10.057
8.4)l
8,om
17,0tXM
19,433
10,575
18,601
1H.4IIT
nm
ya,ti8t
'MM""'.'!'
tS,446
13,070
13,118
13,089
84,7.16
17,866;
48,610
17,838,
16,088
14,386
10,507
0,411
10,447
t.MI
5.8M
10.HUI
14,815
24,008
14,863
32,470
36.4IK
43,080
15,606
m
10,1811
15,080
31,04.)
83,665
7,890
14,106
8.140
9,810
18,140
H.0IIU
Ua
9.V80
m
8,075
11.477
B,3tt4
S,5
6,0-JO
8,75
6,600
15,137
18,067
8,480
8.611
11,101
7,lftt
8.101
11,743
83,965
18,005
10,516
5,358
19.681
8,634
13,436
9T19,B7 ha.OOal 1,71,1 1,650,831133,
Hogs returned to the Auditor of
.n f t li kham, I rrta anrl Sttrini nil.
""in -"c , " "
Ko.of Mulo
He.
No of fcnoi'p.
No. ol Hog.
1871 1878.
1811. 1873.
1872. 1873,
4TJ
181
600
13,159
11,2-18
27,003
85,233
25,43-1
28,8!)0
81,687
23,438
4,401
13,617
81,612
21,016
85,501
41,852
7,1,10
83,636
81,748
80,837
00,866
12,132
28,706
89,471
6,853
51,562
10,437
25,089
7,185
44,809
00,607
61,716
15,642
18,4117
2,603
40,870
11,403
28,437
41,188
25,736
8,603
12,030
63,643
13,036
31,118
16,863
10,450
8,844
21,627
1,089
14,667
26,050
82,000
9,100
9,iW
48,869
7,568
26,427
8,172
10,880
81,008
80.786
1S.072
85,918
14,648
14,238
23,586
16,160
9,635
4,488
12,075
58,641
17,860
5,565
43,803
17,059
26,001
65,261
23,336
14,320
82,019
25,0.18
27,1(11
10,142
6.683
19,709
28,804
26,877
7,450
88.1(19
14,774
17,005
. 21,571
26,774
22,034
21
63,361
80,518
105
l
190
fen
HO
J03
134
2H5
680
533
80
147
Ot.HH
80,000
43,960
m
16,339
6,488
61,496,
80,104
43,T35
6.603
10,637
81,107
20,103
8i),45
41,850,
8,989
81,41;
83,8(
13,344
167
567
630
6,16)3
130,200
60,1113!
01
124.784
133
413
8H3
5(16
1HI
1H0
1311
150
S33
63
178
65
8KI
613
W
89,806
63,739
431
58,751
7K4
643
1001
1071
0,214
29,176
137,638
138,078
83,018
U3.853
19,344
138.0W
15,813
25,636
84,041)
7,103
64,616
17.255
130,708
68.830
24,330
131
811
73,mi
26,018
17,H90;
m
85,13
86,036
89,052
811
1
43
243
10,677
16.357
05.O781
83,2(13
81,038
80,6-17
11.!
48,517
74,6)17
65,477
10,446
16,191
611
801
11,114
88,733
80,438
81,1103
90.554
IU
133
419
(HI
433
175
1,301
138
488
17,007'
17,777'
40,507
158,000
8,8!l
63,743
16.313'
84
18,865
8.501
400
84,283
150,409
8,687
55,134
53.101
213
14,038
84,610
48,787
14,610
1,459:
1
S1WI
2631
87.891
SU.U01
163'
147
ItH
209,913
209,741)
18.240
ll,()l l-l
18,037
135
11,817
943
1,009
KXll
15.8741
85,003
56.344
17,803'
M.Bt
65,838
15.746
ISO
1(13
106
180
50,9191
23,480
19,818
84,717
12,788,
93.6H1
6)7
117
207
45
83
178
006
13,8:18
157,860
11,(104
Sl
3,248
15,070
13,TI)
134.313
TO
Cm,
244,012i
61,0371
411
'19.810
630
7,680
236.010
45,095,
00,177 1
11,788 1
177
86,983
86)
201
84,602
105
105
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133
1(1,411
0,S!5
103,886
70,490
95,79.1
01,108
18,360
16,500
11,083
9,390
47,800
10,280
281
07,4116
Ol.Oi
110
103
53
133
113
80,01.1
80,218
10,030
12,006
81,882
80,290
61
HI. 1511
17,040
17,090
10,733
83,523
6,110
(ti,Ml
lltf, 7(19
139,633
51,0.10
18,076
6,072
881
473
203
203
17
106
193
156
4M
si
110
133
10,364
29,303
111,411
5.U05
63,705
117,406
139,848
53,972
80,888
5,848
21,570
8,210
44,365
7,750
20,900
87,853
n,404
10,095
08
189
27,030
20,288
11,743
m
60,108
19,789
111
4(1
40
103
403
75
W
517
856
97
188
1(18
130
t
II .71
8,402
73
107
41,345
8,80H
45,861
288
10,001
26,568
214
813
130
213
24H
186
207
2-JO
813
236
815
00,874
1S.613
87,853
61,508
24,350
17,901
36,134
26,882
84,903
12,056
i3;iis
80,406
20,100
8,501
40,470
17,169'
84.046
90,338
6,036
8h,!44
7,718
111
70,IM3
21,4(19
71,053
20,784
87,745
103,793
78,087
10H
116
147
203
219
mm
74,705
81,039
40.877
1QK,2'13
82,708
IIKI
17,200
17,097
17,104
18,437
41,401
60,970
26,632
27. W, I
17,577
18,374
48,326
58,878
26,374
24.07B
205
108
114
171
147
110
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11
155
H
111
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14,822
esSjsa, 738!4,41, 8U 4,090, 6tlja31iB S,088.
' 1 QfFICE OF THE ApDITOtt OF StATK. I
Columbus, Qia, July 08th, 1873,
1 hereby certify the ftjuejoifl0; to
US l UbUI JIBU III bill UIUUU.
Witness my hand and seal officially,
be a tnio eppy, taHen ft'Qm tho reppfts pf the several County Auditcs,
JAS.
WILLIAMS, Auditor of State.
Auditor's Office, Vinton Counnt, Omo, ' )
McArtiiur, Ohio, August 11th, 1873. j
I hereby certify the foregoing to
Auditor of State, and required to he
of the Tabular Statement furnished this office by the
provided by an Act of tho General Assemby of Ohio,
be a true copy
published aa
passed March 15, 1869.
W. W. BELFORD,
.lucZt'tor Vinton County.
i
August 13, 18T3, n31-3w
: :.. ..
Special Notices.
To Kimtai and Colorado I During the
Hummer season of 1873, tho Missouri racHc
Railroad will sell Kxcursion TlckeU from St
Louis to Denver and return, very low tate
of fare, and a rare opportunity Is thereby of.
fcred, for lovere of nature to ylow the bean
tlm of Colorado ami enjoy the dollgbtful
seonerv anil tiealtli-liiBplrlnm climate of the
Parks of the Rookv Mountains.
Kansas with its broad and fertile plains. Is
direct! v on the route, together with all the
other Western States ami Territories, is reach
ed br the Missouri Pacine Railroad and Its
connections. .- The Texas connection of this
rnml la iiour eoniuletml. anil uassenarera are
onered a 0 rut-clans, all-rail route from St
Twin is to Texas, either over too Missouri,
Kansas A Texas R, R- via Sedalla. or over the
Atlantic A Paclllo R. R. via Vlnlta. For
maps, time table, information M to rates,
routes, Ac., we let'er our readers to J. F.
Thompson. Southern Passcnirer Agent. Chat
tunonirn, Tenn.. or E. A. Fonl. G'n'r'l Passen
ger Arent, Ht. Louis. Mo, Questions will be
cheerfully and promptly answered. 1-ly
FOR Loftl ot ArPKTlTK, Pyepopiia, Indi
gestion, Depression of Spirits and General
Debility, in their various forme, FMtO
PffonpoRATKD Elixir or Calisata made by
CAaWRl.t, H A ARB CO., New York, and sold
bv all driiKKl, ,,f,t tonic. Asa itira
iilcnt tonic for patients recovering from fever
or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken
during the eeason It prevents fever and ague
and other intermittent fevera. 19-ew
Emigration Turning. Cheap rami In
South-west Missouri. The Atlantic Pacltlo
Railroad Company offer 1,100,000 Acres of land
in Central and South-west Missouri, at from IS
to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, wltb free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchas
ers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
schools, churches, and law-abiding society In
vite emigrants from all point to this land of
fruits aud flowers. For partioulan address A.
Trci, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-ly
ERRORS Or YOUTH.-A gentleman
who suffered for year from Nonrous Debility,
Premature Docay, and all the cflocts of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for the take ot suffering
humanity, aend free to all who need It, the re
cipe and dlrootlon for making the simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's expe
rience can do ao by addressing, In perfect cos
Science, JOHNB. OGDKN,
80-3m e. No. 41 Cedar 8k, N. Y.
For Ayor's Medicines, go to G, W. Bissou'e,
Pittsburgh, March, 1871.
Wo have used largo quantities of Meymer
Bauiuan t Co.' Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found it uniformly and uely
ground, very white and of excellent body.
It purity we have never questioned, and w
cheerfully recommend it.
THOMPSON ft MILLER, .
Master Painter.
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing In
South America, a Missionary, discovered
safe and simple remedy for the oure of norv
ous woaknesi, early docay, disease of the
urinary and seminal organs, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vlo'ous habit. Great numbers have been
cured by title noble remedy. Prompted by
doslra to beucQtthe afflicted and unfortunate),
I will send the receipt for premrlug and using
this modlclue, In sealed onvolope, to any one
wlni needs l(, Fth tut Ckargtt Address
Fur Pur Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis-
son's.
Five Hundred Tbousaud.-600,000 bottle
ot Greene's August Flower have boon told in
this Htate In three months. We only ask yon
to go to tho drug stores ot fltinulug orSUson
MeArthur, Ohio, ml tci a bottio fn tthnn
or a regular alie at 75 cent. Every bottle
warranted to cure DysieMia or Liver com
plaint, Hick headache, Costlvcuest, Heart
burn, Watcrhrash, SonrHtomnch.Iudlgestlon
iiipure Mood, and all disoaso caused by Im
pure lllood,, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
Try It. O. G.GHEBN, Proprietor,
' " ' Columbtw, Ottlq,
,ol. h ,'iu, in .11.
i JOSEPH T. INMAN,
- Station D, Bible House, N, Y. City.
March 18, ims-vT.nlO.
To the Suffering -The Rov.Wm. U. Nor
ton, while residing in Brazil as a Missionary,
discovered in that laud of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Soro Throat,
luugns, laws, asmiiiib, anu nsrvous neiii
ness. This remedy hat curod niysolf after all
other medicines bad failed,
Wishing tobonolltthe suffering, I will send
the reel ie for preparing and using tills rem
edy, to all who desire It, Free of Charge.
Please send an envelope, with your name
and addr: on It. Address,
Rov. WM. II. NORTON.
876 llroadway. New York City.
March 19, 1873-v7,nlQ.
Fer Fine Perfumery, go to Slraon'i Drug
Store.
The Beat Pino. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quocuswnro, Glassware, Notions, 4c,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, in Za
leskl, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description takon in exchange for goods, at
till store. In connection with his store he hai
a Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that line on short notice and at
low Azures. Go and see him. tf
DesiratilG aii FrofitaWe Proper-
. ly for
STEltt FLOORING HILL.
At Zaleskl, Vinton county, Ohio, on the Ma
rietta Cincinnati railroad, with Mill Yard
of one acre, and with all the necessary snachl
err forCcsTOM end Mkoba(T Wore. Aim,
two acre of land, adjoining th Mill Yard,
noon which Is a good pwelllng House, con
taining 7 Rooms, a Well, Chttrn,W ash-house,
Stable and other convenience, with Grapes
aud all kinds of Fruit. . Also
Portable Steam Saw Mill,
Now located mile from Hope Furnara Sta
tion, I mile from Zaleskl.and onttiug from 4,
900 to 0.1100 ft of Lumlier daily.and a set for log
sufficient to make 800,000. feet of lumber; two
two-hone Teams, Hamas and Wagon com
plete, connected with the MUL Also, - .
, 160 Acres of Land,
Situated In Washington county, Iowa, mile
from a railroad, with Dwelling House, and
all out bulbliags; 00 aoree of which are Ira
prTd: limestone soil, near to timber) a' very
desirable prorty. And also, OTHia rxn
onal raorsMTY.
The Flouring Mill and Saw Mill are In good
running order, and doing a very protttable
business.
All of said pro)irty will be sold at low pri
es, together or separate, th whole or oue
half Inter. In th said Portable Saw Mill.
rtvRMS: on-third cash, and theremaluder in
avrannt to suit th purchaser.
T hi is a rare chance for one or two energet
le nn to make money. Satisfactory reason
givaa fur wanting to Mil. V. Shade,
Jnly td,187-tf ZaleskLO.
isramm m coal
UKDS FCR SALE,
Conslitlat of 100 Kins, altaatttt In Madison
Township, Vinton County, Ohio, four mile
from MoArthar, and on mil from Vinton
Station, on th Marietta A Cincinnati Rall-
rosxt, on throi leading from McArtiiur to
Athms. Ohio. 100 acre of Wood Land: bal
ance nniler cultivation! M sores of llottoiu
Land. Well watered. HiiMclently larg for
two farms. Two dwelling house and all oth
er buildings, about 1-8 of a mil apart, upon
the premise, in a good neighborhood and in
the
Greatest Coal Region .
On the Hue of said Railroad. There are t
reins nf ifeal. 4 rest In thick on th prom
ise. On vein oover th entire trsct of land :
on covers all avinept 40 acre, and one cover
all ximiiI about 100 aera. Within 80 rod of
th Hsilwav Switch, running from Vinton
Station to Vinton Furnac) a switch can be
conveniently built aero the lead to th Coal
Veins. Any person wanting property of this
description, could not do bettor than purchase
this.
4o acre oitna land belong to H. K. iteming.
trha will rlv SHV furl.hr lufurinaLlon tbut
ay lie desired. Will aril at a bargain. If
one half I paid at or about the time of eale.
tne nuyer mar nave nen tune on oeierreu
payment, not In xne4 tan r flftuen yesrs,
will be satlNfautory, Inquire nirnn the
premise or addrw M. H. UKMINU, ,
July t, W4.lf, V into Station, O.
Newspapers.
NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
GREAT INDUCEMENTS
WE WILL GIVE ASA
PEEMIUM!
TO ANY PERSON SENDING US
Five New Subscribers
FOB ONE YEAR AT $1 50 EACH,
A COPY OF THE
"Mflstries of tie Dnitei States,"
Or an extra copy of THE Mo ARTHUR EN
QUIRER, foroue your.
THE GREAT INDUSTRIES
1 .
It A YAlu&ble Tolumn of
. i . ,
i i .i
1.304 Pages, with 500 Illustra
tions. '
Well bound, and contains a large amount of
luioniiiiuon, concerning an me great indus
tries oi our country, eeuu mo name.
. Address;. v ,
0". W-BOWEK,
Pub, Enquirer, MeArthur, O.
Music! Music I!
PIANOS, ORGANS, MELODEONS.
Irices From 00 to
1,000.
STEINWAY'S Pianos, acknowledged unrl-
Tailed. ; . :
J. F.HARRIS A CO'8., Pianos, positively,
tho best medium priced piano made.
BACON CARRIS, good and very cheap.
SMITH'S American Organ, the onl y Instru
ment used by Mr. Philip Phillips, In his song
lour inrougn uurope.
SPANU'S Organs, eolchratod for their puri
ty and power ol toue.
HHOMNGER'9 Organs.
WOOD'S Organs,
We aro offering tho abovo instrument from
tou to fifteen per oeut.
Loweh for Cash,
Than they ran bo purchased elsewhere. Call
and see us at our resddenoe, or address us by
letter. Wc U varamtci Satisfaction
M, R. BARNES, Agent,
July 0, 1fl78-Sm. MeArthur, O.
WM koep constantly on hand at this of
nc'eaeuiinly of KNVKLOPES. mion
which a card ol ar.y description will be
printed en low that all mar afford to have a
cam on tne ,nveiopee used dj ipent.
New Advertisements.
"WITHIN
And there the POISON i a
A friend, confined to trayn
Niseon unrotricvablo, con
di'innwl blood," hUAK.
1QJ 1 inTT 'I'betrynnt Poison's power
1 0 1 1J 1J UU is cancciicii iiun llio mood
retrieved liy KilKHFKVEU TONIC. It en
ters llio circultttion, overcomes linil ejects this
Akuo PoIhoii, This remedy is witrrnnlcd by
tint Proprietors, to Curo Alige. A llox of Pills
I'liKK, with ench iMittln.
iW. C. HAMILTON & CO., CINCIN
NATI, O. 4w
"T"T7" ANTED All men wishing to make
VV money to send for a pbainplilet con
taining Instructions, etc., which trerybody
thoultlknov. 1. C. TILTON, Pittsburg, l'a. 4t
WORKING CLASS
tewl. ltusiectalile einploymuut at homo, day
oreveniug; uocuultal rwmlreili full iustruo
tions aud vuliial)fupckii(ieuf goods sont free
by mail. Adilnva, with six cent return stamp,
M. YOUNG 4 Co 78 Uioouwlch St., N, Y .
4w
!5tlO Qft IH FOOft WEEKS' 04 NVASSma
tptiO.OU wasone BKeiit's prolit on Kry
aut' Library of 1'ottry ami Sony; 70 IH ONI
WKKK on Tli Ifim ll(iuekeper'i Manual, by
Miss Iloocher anil Mrs. Htowe. Any active
man or woman can have an agency. J. II.
FORD CO., New York, llostoii, Chicago aud
San Francisco, iy.
SOth Thousand In Press. Sole Increasing.
8,000 more l(ve AGENTS wanted for our
LIVINGSTONE 28 y'rs In AFRICA,
over WW pages, oulyit.Bq. In,oomploto Infe-'
rior works are offered; look out for them.
Send for circular and see proof ut the artatett
sitecM of die - season. Pocket Companion,
worth 10, mailed ftee. HUUItAKU BROS,,
Pubs., Pkiladolphla,Bostonaii( t'inctnnati. 4t
THE EQRBI0AKS
r ATKKT
L A N T E R N
ComrAHY,
Offlce, 14 Barclay St., K. Y.
(Upstairs.)
Offer to tho public a lantern
combining safety andcconotuy
with elegance and usefulnos.
It can not explode It givosa
goqd light, mid consume Ichs
oil than any other; it is not dis
turbed by tho highest wind.snd
if a glass is broken, it is easily
replaced by menus of the screw.
They employ no aynU except
The startling! drawback on neai-lv nil nmlL
cine; agents has ever been that in their pro
cessor purgation and purification they also
debilitated the system. Toobviuto this dilU
culty, physicians have loug sought for an
agent that would
PURGE, PURIFY aM STRENGTHEN
AT UNg ANDTHR BAMETIMB.
Tholr research has at last been rewarded by
a discovery which fully realizes the fondest
desire of medical faculty, nud which Is Justly
regarded as the most important triumph that
Pharmacy ha ever achieved. This important
desideratum is
Dr. Tutt'a Vegetable Liver Pill.
Which purify the blood and remove all cor
rupt humors and unhealthy accumulations
from tho body, and yot produces no woakness
or lassitude whatever, but on tho contrary,
tones tliostonmch, Invigorates the body during
the progress of their operation. Tlioy unite
tho heretofore irreconcilable qualities of a
STRENGTH GXINO PURGATIVE and a
PfRlFVlNU TONIC.
Dr. Tutt'a PHI are the most active and
searching medicine in existence. They at
once attack the very root of di.eoses, and
thoir action is so prompt that In an hour or
two after they are taken, the pitient is aware
of their good effects. Thoy may bo taken at
any time without restraint of diet or omnia.
tion; they produce neither nausea, griping or
debility, and as a family niedicino they have
no rival.
Price 25 cts. a box. Sold bv nil Druggists.
Principal office, 18 and SO l'latt St., N. Y. 4t.
Hoie Life Insurance Co., of New Toil
"YVT" ANTED District nnd local AGENTS
W for this old old and well established
Co., under liberal tkrms. Address with refer
ences, DOUGHTY & IHtX'EIIL,
4w State agents, Cincinnati, O.
T A. vi l-.ll, wholesale t'urclia s nir
VV Agents for the Hartram S wing
Machine, made at Danlmry, Ct. Tin
laM and Brut. Th Stilled, Fantett and Eni-
ettLook Mitch, Strait Ifeedl Afachint in the
maraec. iictter terms than any company.
Aiiurcs, ounn a. jjuijuh,
Gon'l Agent, Danbury, Conn.
A Work Intins, Interest and Intrinsic
Vamik.
OCEAN'S STORY.
By the otfttd ton of th famou "PSTXJl
PAJ'lEY." Thereiult nfhitgreat historical
rtuareh: An Avlhtntic 11htoky o? NAVIGA
TION aud it Manifold Ditcoveritt since the
Flood. Abounds with Startlinu Incidtttt;
FlARFUL IMtatttrt, LAWLESS J'iraeitt,
Bloody Hattlet and Glorious Achlevetnmtt;
also describes Diving, Telegraphing, Oceau
Fisheries, Ac. Over 200 Spirited Cuts. Sub
ject Kiw. Price Low. AGENTS WANTED.
Hubbard Bros., Pubs.' Phila,, Boston and
Cincinnati. 4t
CHOLEE A.
AND
EPIDEMIC DISEASES
FRXVINTID BY USING
BROMO-CH LOR ALUM,
TIU NIW
Odorless and Non-Poisonons
PoieUM DEODORIZER anl DM-
: .1 FECTANT,
Its daily use destroys all bad odors and pois
onous euianatious about your premises, and
thereby prevents contagion and disease; con
tains no poison, has no odor, and it always
safe.
"Diploma awarded by tho American Inbti
tcti to Tildcn A Co., for IIkoho-Chloral-I'm.
Tney consider it of value as being non
poisonous and inodorous, and can recommend
it especially for medical and general house
hold purposes where disinfection and deodo
ritntfon is called for." Exhibition OKlfcrm.
Prepared only by T1XDEN ft CO.,
4t. ' Sold by all druggists. New York.
18 Tltll MOST POWIRFIIL CLEANSER, strength-
oner aud remover of Gluudulnr Obstructions
known to Materia Median.
It ih specially- adaptbd to constitutions
"worn down" and debilitated by the warm
weather of Spring aud Hummer, when tlie
blood Is not Inactive circulation, consequent
ly gathering impurities from sluggishness and
Impurl'ei'.t action of the secretive organs, and
is m nuifested by Tumor, Eruptions, Blotches,
Bolls, Puxttilcs, Sorofula, Ac,
WHKN WEARY AND LANOI'ID from OVOrWOI'k,
and dullness, drowsiness and Inertia tako the
place of energy and vigor, the svstem neods
a Tonic to build it up and help tho Vital
Faroe to regain their recuperative power.
In Tim u eat or Sum una, l'rciiiicutly the
Liver aud Spleen do not properly perform
their functions ; the Uterine and Urinary Or
gans are inactlvo, producing weakness of the
stomach and Intestines and a predisposition
to billions derangement.
XXl. WXIXjXjSB
EXTRACT OF JURUBEBA
ia PRKPAKRD DlRBtlTLY lrom the SOUTH A
MERICAN PLANT, and is peculiarly soiled
to all thene diflicultles I it will cleanse the V I
TIATE1) BLOOD, tlmigthen tho LIKK
UIVINU POWERS, and REMOVE ALL Oil.
HTRl'CTIONS from IMPAIRED AND EN
FKKHLE1) Organ, ....
It snot'i-Ti bk raritf.r taekn, as Jnrubeba
I pronounced by meillcal writers the most el'
ilcinnt PUltlFIEIt, TONIC and DLOHTShUI.
EN T known in the whole range oi medlcluul
lilliqts.
. JOHN O. KELT)Gfl, 18 Plntt St., New York
Hold by Druggist. Solo agent lor the Uni
ted State.
Price i pet bottlo. ' " Send for Circular
w4-wne . ,'' , ;
i AGENTS WANTED,
In overt county of each Htate, fbr a new
National Rook, (the lives and portrait
OK THEPRKH1DENTB) With fao Simile copy of
the lraeluratlon of Independence, the (,'ousti
tntlon of United States, and Washington's
Farewell Address, with 19 Hue steel plates.
For circulars and terms, addi-oxs Johnson
Wilson A ( o, ti Bookman St. N. Y
MI7oAw-om.
Mi
Railroad.
fpiIE
irMMit:'r
Itl 111 UllVsHIAAl t9 all .mnallliua . 41
only line running through cars to th Went,
''""""" irimer, lerrmge, an ciianre n
delay avoided by rnnniug THRKK BPE-
cochesuowV,8 01 T,,tt0U0
Far all polnto Iu
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leave Cincinnati at :
P. M., ludianaiiols at 3: 45 A. M., runulaa
through llloomlngton, Peoria, tJalesburg,
Burlington, Ottiunwa and Creaton, arrlviug at
OMAHA nt 10:00 a. m.. KEXT DAY, hours in
advance of any other route, making but out
cliangjof cars to
8ANraAS0ISC0.
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peoria ;
- o
For U points In ,'
Kansas, Colorado nnd th gonthwsei, I
The Through Coach leave Cincinnati at I: Of
iiiuinimnoiis as e:uu r. u., runmna
roiisrh IiriivIUm n,u,a, t. w....t.i- . .."1
tjuiucy, arriving In KANSAS CITlf at 10; 40
r. M M!,.vr DAY. hour In sulvancanf
Jl.f .V"5J. mklnS hnX on change of car
HUMBOLT, FT. SCOIT and DKN VKR.
Get VOlir fr.lftlrMla ulu t,ltnnn..llu III.
and Quincy.
Bock Island DaYenport.
Tho Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at t:0M
f. m., Iiidianapolis ut 8: OOF. m. ruuuUir
through llloomlngton, Peoria and Galva, a.
Hi. v ftmocK SlANi at 11 : 86 a. m., 1)a ;
VENPORT KtlliU a. next day, making
but one change of cars for points in , .
1 NORTHERN ILLINOIS mid IOWA. '
Get your ticket via lnilianaiwll and Peoria.
Pullmaa'fl Palace Drawinc-Room
and Sleeping Cars. , ; y .
Run throiiB-h from Cincinnati tn- Punrls anl
Indianapolis to Burlington.
Traveler to any Western point tan aow
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundles, '
(elect a comfortable seat and keen it to desti
nation. Ou account of these through and '
convenient arraugements,elegant equipment
and quick time, this route is now Ihtgriat
papular thoroughfare between Ih Etui amf
Witt, , I
C.W.SMITH, Ueo'l Manager,
lirtifAllaV. 111.
JNO. W. BROWN, Sen. Pa-. Tkt. Agt.,
imuaiiapoii, jna.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad
TIME TABLE.
On and after November B, 1879 Trains will
run as louows:
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:
Hi
:5i
J-aot-isioio"S.-
tt. : : : -. . L
rfS : : : : : : : : : :
I!:::: : : : : : : : ;
ia i
A '
3a :
Miles gjgggg SSSSPPSgS' ?
'itit
ro.s
J-l
Mile I "f? Ifl'SgSg
, : i r f 1 K
? 5 - - at i- mmMrf,flntft
. . . . Q
; ; ; t i ; ;
2 i : : : : : : i : i : i i :
b : i : ' : : : :s
o : : : : his . ; o , s
H : o :s? : : ;Pi - S3
grills s-SSb5 ?
3 55553
VJHI-(Wy
a .4
i ;
ga i : i : i : : i
5 A : : : : , ::::::::::'
HaHs'snii ioioio ) toe'
. i i :d i i i i S ; ! ! i i 1 1 i !
:
IS a.
65
, ... i
434
; 'I'D jii.
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will ran daily All
othor trains dally, except Sundty. "
CINCINNATI EXPRESS. EAST, make no
ttod between Uamden and Athena. , -1 f j ,
Portsmnntn Braiok,
i'M)
Mail
8:45 p. m.
4:S4 "
6:4" "
Accommodat'n i
6:15 a.m.
i li-w
Dep. Uamden
Arr. Jackson
" Portsmouth
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND ' ' ' "
For all points on the I.ittlo Miami Railroad, ,
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Ball-1''
road Junction for all points West. ,
W. W.PEABODT1 ft
Superintendent,
W.K.LANKESTKR, , ., .,,
Master oi Transportation.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Lla) Xtomt. i
East and W.t. ;; M,
Omtj iirct Kout to tho National Casd
tol and KaatwaroV ) " '
On and after Monday, November It, Train' '
will run as follows I
EASTWARD.
Cln'noti
Tatt
lint
Mail "
Seprm
Empree
Depart.,.
Parkersburg...
Cumberland....
Hnmcrs ttarrv.
1)55 Am
184 I'm
40Pm
tin Am
44 A a
1 Pnt
iit :i
03 .,
S
0 08 "
8 All M
8 55 "
51
8M -
45 -
Washington Juno.
Arrive
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New York.
WESTWARD,
Depart.......
New York
Philadelphia
Washington.
Baltimore
Arrive.... .
Washington Juno.
Harpeir's Ferry...
Cumberland
Parkersburg
10 00 "
10W
S5Am
1 to Pm
uwrs
115 1
410
..."
isaorm
It 54 Am
8 80 Am
MPs
114flPm
40OA
(00 Pat
w "
8 44 Pm
800
8 00 "
RM "
4 05 Am
4 r
e m u
11 OS Pm
J04 '
5U0
low
8 48 ira
UOO -
I!
.
I
Ill
i.i
it
Pullman Palao Diawlng torn BImdW Cars.
Whlf h are as ivmfnrf.nlilji .Un.Hll.
and almost equal to a flre-id, r un all
trains from Cincinnati to Baltimore and
Waahtngton. BeeSrhedulAOfCincianall Sat
l ni'lntlM Uailmuil fnr ll,.inr al.l... '
parting from MeArthur.
i un aiivnnviiaea ni una roiiie over ail Otnetr
is, that it give all travelers holding throng
tickets tho privilera of visiting flaltlmofs
Philadelphia; and the National Cardtol froe.
Time qulcksrand rate, of faro towssr titan
b nuother route.
The ecenery along thl Hallway In (vol
equalled for grandeuroa this tontinsnt.
to srippsss vr raxient. "
This line offers Snnnrlnr lni1inainiani..L.
rates being one-third lower to and , n.... .'
ton, New York, or any other eastern txmit.
In ordering good of any description froV tht
KHSt fftVM lUrai-tlmta In al.ln mj.. K.ilil. 4.
Ohio It. R and In shljiplnglUst glv sains ,1
rectlons. Fndgljts shipped by thl rnuU will
havedespatca, and b liandlitd with car aud
svitw uijwr iiiui-n moiier
: , i K.OUItTORn. !.'
Gem FrolghtgX Baltlmoi,
8.B!jONEISQ4tt-tluketWtii.-:.
(Jon. rata. Ag'fc, Cincinnati J , ' i,
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