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MoARTIlUlt, OHIO, . - AUGUST M. 18r;3.
E. N-
FRESHMAN,
Advertising1 Agent,
130 vEST KOUHT1I STUHKT,
DriTciiNrasrTi, hio.
Is an authorized Agent In reoievo advertise
tiK'i.1 h for tli Ih paper. Ho hux special or
luiiuomoiils Willi religious, agriculliinil and
other newspapers.
N,
J. 110WERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
MoA!tTiIUK,OIIIO.
Advertisers who may wUli to roach the
People f Vlntoii and adjoining counties,
cnn And no bettor medium than the Mo-
Arthur Knqulrer.
John D. IJuowN, of Jackson, has
The Katydids are holding night
ly disputes.
m i a-f
I'usiness was quite brisk at Za-
leski last Saturday Picnic day,
Last Saturday "afternoon about
noou," the sun shined very warm.
No "thunder storm commenced"
during any part of the day.
n..
Wis are informed that a horse,
belonging to a grand-son of John
Eoiison of Zalcski, was stolen ou
the night of tho show in this town.
been engaged to teach tho public
schools of Zalcski, Vinton county.
J. C. Stevenson, of Jackson, will
fill the place of Mr. Brown.
J a m s
It was observed that Tony didn't
get "slapped to sleep" by the little
elephant, on the night of Van Am
nt'itaii's Show. He was accompan
ied by the village Marshal.
The tools to be used in the work
npou tho Gallipolis, McArtlitir and
.Columbus Railroad reached this
jilace last Friday afternoon, and
were deposited in J. G. Swetland's
1)0111.
There was a band of thieves with
Van Amuuku's Show, which passed
through this county last week. In
almost every towu through which
the ehw company passed thievery
and robbery was in order.
i l t
A CAir,E dispatch from Vienna
say thti,, Weod. Sewing Machine-
hoftd8 tho list of awards mado to
;Sevlng Machines at the Vienna
Exposition, now being held there.
James Malone is an Agent for this
machine,
The funeral sermon of lato An
drew J. Martindill will be preach
ed by Eld. A. S. Biddison, at
Pleasant Chapel, three miles west of
McArthnr, on Snnduy morning, An-
gust 31, 1873, at 10 o'clock.
It is stated that tho dcfaultin
and absconding Sheriff of Athens
county, who was supported for the
office armlnst the rno-nlnr nnminen
on the Renublic-an ticket bv the
Athens Messenoer. has been arrest-
ed at Memphis, Tenn.
Phettv girls have mouths which
t a vu up at tho outer corners thus
pouting, moping, naughty
eirls have months drown down at
thn .n..nnro 4V.MC tu.J
having mouths out straight, about
thus: , are what do you
think?
Pr. N. J. liower, Dentist, McArthur, O.
We havo received from P. W.
IIelmick, Music Dealer, 278 West
Sixth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, one
of the prettiest pieces of music
ever published, which is very pop
ular with dancers, entitled' "Cham
pion Schottisch," for the piano.
Bouquet. Mrs, Jane M. Dem
inq, living lour nines east irom
this town, in Madison township,
lias Bent us anumueror ueautuui
bouquets duriug tho summer, but
ono day last week she sent us the
I
this year. Slio thoroughly under-
.nltl vntlM, nt flnworu
stands the cultivation of flowers.
Ella Watkins, Editha Martlndill
nnd Anna Linn.
At the last examination of teach
ers the following named persons ro
coivod certificates as follows:
For eighteen months, C. W,
Hudson; for twelve months, James
Hughes, Annie McKinnis andC. L,
White; for six months, John Ho(f
hines, Rebecca McLaughlin, Sallie
E. Hardin, Jobcph C. McGilllvray,
L. O. PERDUE, Cl'k B'd Ex'rs.
Common 1'lkas Judge. Tho
Convention which assembled at
Portsmouth, last Wednesday, as
will bo seen by the proceedings
elsewhere In this paper, placed
Pokteii DuIIadway, Esq., of Jack
hoi), in nomination for Judge of tho
Court of Common Pleas for this
sub-division (tho (L) of tho Sov-
cnth Judicial Distil W. Mr. Du
IIadway is ono
of the ablest law-
yers in Southern Ohio, and will, if
elected, make an excellent Judge,
Ho has practiced law over Aftoon
years and has a very lurgo practice io
Jackson, Vinton, nnd the counties
ndjoinlng. As ho Is well known to
a large majority of the people of
Vlnton county, wo hope n largo
majority of tho votes in tho county
will bb cast In his favor.' Ion
Tue Railuoad. The Gallipolis
Ledger of August 23, says:
"F. M. Washburn, of . Vinton, ia
now doing work on the Railroad
which amounts to about one hun
dred dollars a day. He is a live en
terprising man a railroad man all
over and has full confidence in
the completion of the road. There
ought to be more liko him.
There aro at werk on the railroad
at the Vinton county line, 24 scra
pers, 1 six horse and 1 four horse
plow teams. At McCarley's, 18
lniMi nnd 3 carts. At Hanger's Sum
met, 14 men and 3 carts. At Galli
polis and vicinity, 108 men not
including teamsters 21 wagons, 2
carts, 1 eight hoixo and one six
horse plow teams.
, It is expected work will bo com
menced at McArthtir in a week or
ten days. Sixteen scrapers and
two plows were sent to that point
Wednesday, nnd more tools will fol
low soon,"
It is said that work will be com
menced in this vicinity next week.
Mr. Howard, the Knerineor, is still
engaged in locating and making
preliminary surveys of the line,
north nnd south of town.
Oue. Iron pre of the best quality
hasocn discovered and is being
miued on tho lauds of Hikau John
soy, J. D. MuitruY, Benson Dunkle,
Isaac Dunkle, J. J. Defioii, Jacou
Ckow and Couselius Kaknes, in
Swan Township, Vinton co unty.
The ore is from 18 to 24 'inches in
thickness on theso lands, and tho
tue Marietta and Cincinnati Rail-
same veins of ore are supposed to
be on other lands in that vicinity,
among which aro those of Fhed.
Fiuck and J. L. Dillon, not yet
opened. The greater portion of
these rich ore ; lands are situated
at a distance of one-half to one
mile from the line of tho Gallipo
lis, McArthur and Columbus Rail
road. There are no richer ore
lands in this county than in Swan
Township. Some of tho owners of
the lauds are making contracts for
hauling ore to Vinton Station, on
was on time, the latter was late and
not obeying telegraph or any other
road Frank M. Dowd, of this
town, being ono of the parties who
has entered into a contract for tho
transportation of ore.
1 --
Tie. N. J. Bower, Dontlst, McArthur, 0
A collision on the Marietta and
Cincinnati Railroad yesterday re
sulted in the death of three men.
2?eu York World, Aug. 22.
The accident occurred about ono
mile east of Montgomery Station.
The Chillicotho Accommodation,
L. A. Nulton, Conductor, going
east, and a freight train, William
Puett, Conductor, going west, col
lided. The rtames of the men kill
ed were Howard, Periqo, and
Rhodes. The first named train
re8ult of gr09S. carelessness and
ri"al negligence on the part of
orders, tho Engineer and Conductor
having had a slight fight before the
train left Loveland. An inquest
was held by tho Coroner, the jury
agreeing "that the collision was tho
.1. r . . . .
uio vouaucior ana engineer, ' rec
ommending "that both be arrested
nnd punished to the full extent of
the law." The Engineer. George
Smith, left for parts unknown,
m m m m
It seems that Henry Hoffiiines.
JJ?1fth,B tw. now a rpsident of
wuo was partly kuioa a
few days ago, now has his hands
more than full of business, accord
ing to tho following which we clip
from tho Chillicotho Register, of
August 23
"The most important police event
oi tue weeic was tue raid Wednes
day night upon Henry IIoffhines,
In the old Sugar Grove property.
and IIattik Green's, at the lower
end or Hickory street. Tho raid
was made by the entire force, under
charge of Marshal VEAiLiand Chief
James. At IIoffhines, no visitors
were iouiul. The proprietor and
ono of the women were, arrested on
the charce of keeninff a hoimn of
prostitution, but were not locked
UP tM.ey agreeing to voluntarily ap
rkAAM IaVv..v II. . n m i I j
cat muluiu me mayor tue nexi
fifiv nrifl nnawoi fn fliA nlmtin.n
They (lid nn(, fl , . ? .
9(1 ilR tl.l.. 1 a " Ji
vnio luty iiymu uciugnamea
upon the express condition that
tney close the establishment and
leave town in twenty days.
l)r, N. 3. Ilowera, Dontlut, McArthur, O
The finely and thoroughly fur
nished, well ventilated and spa
scious rooms of the Biggs Hou),
opposite tho Steam-boat Landing,
Portsmouth, Ohio, kept by those
clever gentlemen. Pundehgast nnd
Jennings, invite tho weary traveler
to rest. Wo had the ploasuro of
stopping again at this House last
week while attending tho Judicial
Convention, and found it full of
guohts who all seemed to feel and
act Just as tf they wero at home
No better place to stop than the
Biggs, or tho Massio House, also
kept by tho samo gentlemen.
Our friend, Mr. E. D. Dodos, has
boon improving his horetoforo
beautiful farm, south of town. Tho
house has been repaired throughout
and handsomely painted, and a neat
yard fence has taken tho place of
the old ono. His example is wor-
thy of imitation by his nntndllu.
vlan neighbors. By this ninglo Im-
provomont, Mr. D. has enhanced
his proporty twenty-live per cent.
tho dollar in valuation. 4
s
1878,
The State Fair. Tho 24th Ohio
State Fair, given under the auspi
ces of the State Board . of Agricul
ture, will be given in Mansfield, O.,
on the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, and 5th of
September. The grounds will bo
the same as occupied last year.
Tho State Board offers upward of
$20,000 in premiums on the vari
ous classes of stock and articles
usually exhibited on such occa
sions. Premium lists can be obtained
by addressing L. G. Delano, Presi
dent, Chillicothe, or J. II. Kliitart,
Secretary, Columbus.
The borad announces that the
lines of railway leading to Mansfield
will carry passengers at half rate.
The Kee Line, Atlantic & Great
Western and Baltimore & Ohio
(Lake Erie Division) will carry
passengers nt hulf rates and freight
free; the Pittsburgh fe Cleveland,
Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago
and Panhandle roads will charge
four cent per mile for tho round
trip to Mansfield and return and
half rates for freight.
These exhibitions have annually
grown in importance and it is
expected that the coming state
fair will supass all preceding ones
in attendance and attractions.
W. W. Belfokd. During the
past year or more a few of the
leaders of the opposition Party
("but not all of them) of this
county, have been looking cv
erywhero for a man who is better
qualified to fill the office of County
Auditor than W. W. Belford, tho
present Auditor, but, so far, their
searching has resulted in a most
complete failure. These busy pco
1 - r -v-v .
pie expect mx. Ijklfoiid to ue a
candidate this fall for tho second
term, but not one word can any of
them say against him because
they ail so well know that during
short time he has had charge of that
flee he has faithfully, honorably
and honestly discharged the duties
of the same; is an officer that tho
people can well bo proud of; is al
to bo found in tho office; and pos
sessed of tho very best qualifica
tions for the position. We advise
every man in Vinton county tu go
to the Auditor's office nnd examine
the books and records and see how
neatly and beautifully they have
been kept by him, It is said that
no man Is perfect, but we are sure
that a careful examination of the
work he has performed in that of
fice will convince any person that
he is as near perfect as any official
in the State.
The Picnic given by tho Zaleskl
Brass Baud, in tho Grove east of the
Car Shops, in that village, last Sat
day, was a grand affair. The day
was clear and pleasant. There was
an immense crowd. Tho dancing,
with music from members of the
Zaleskl Band, commenced at an
early hour In the morning, under
the spacious canopy which it so
well adapted for tho purpose , and
was participated in with vigor du
ring tho day. As fast as one party
got through with the mazy evolu
tions, another were ready, and the
scene was indeed a gay ono to wit
ness. We must say that that thore
were a number of beautiful you.og
ladies at this picnic Irish, Ger
mans, and Americans.
Jacob Large, whoso father re
sides in Swan township, this coun
ty, returned from the West last
Saturday. Ho was in town on
Monday last, and gave many of our
citizens an account of his western
trip, and of a difficulty he had in
October last, in Minnesota, with
some Indians of the Crow tribe,
in which an Indian mado an
attempt to kill him. He was
scalped, tomahawked, nnd oue of
his legs broken, and left for dead
on the ground, where ho lay In
great distress for four days before
being discovered. At the time ho
was attacked ho was engaged in
locating a tract of land on a sol
dier's land warrant.
J. II. Putnam has retired from
tho Chillicothe Advertiser, and is
succeeded by S. L. Everett, Into of
the Akron Times. Tho Advertiser
one of the most prosperous and
ably edited Democratic journals in
Ohio. Wo wish our friend Putnam
tho greatest success in his retire
ment, and cordially welcome Mr.
Sverett to his new field of labor.
Its
MARRIED.
ATK1NHON l?KVVrT rwr onn. ...
AiiiniHt, 1878, nb tho rculilenco of Iannn Roy
noliln. in MuArtlmr, Ohio, liy Kbv. Ulc linnl
.i,K.r, mr, ubukui j... ATI 1 NIIOfi Anil A.
. IlKVNOl.nH.
KILANDKltr-LATJAR, Ily KM. O. W. IT-
miu, .July 7th, 1878: nt the roHlilonc of Mr.
,ioiin ainurnvoy, in Henry county, Ohio, Mr,
IIIKIIUH KlLANlim nt Imll,, I,. Xll
Mahhy a. LilAK, of llunry county, U,
rsaco to tho happy oouiilt.
the hrldo'e fulhor In Wlllteivlln. Vlntnn
yminiy, Ohio, on the 8,1 i,i uy Jt'0T B w.
I owe, Mr. Ilution T. M.iUlineof Je'kion
County, Ohlo,Hiiil Kllin T. DoiiulM.WIlkot
Yllln, Vinton county, Ohio. " '
I
this
DIED.
IIOFFIIINKH.-f lit Wiultwiailnv .In.. 1Q
nt the iw'IiIiiii f hur noii-ln.li w!
KNONI 111 "ton, living IX iiiIIxk toiith or Mn.
rllini'. Oh o. u, i' i.iu, ... 11... 1..1..
William Ho kkiiinkii. in LhnM.iviiHr uf iui-
K1. . '
The dec'.Mtd wm horu In Vlritluln. end ro-
moved to, Klk Townhli. In thli comitv. nliout
ycr ago.
or
Try
Tabular Statement
EXHIBITING the number of Horses, Cattle, Mules etc.. Sheep and Hogs returned t
State's Office-, by the several County Auditors, for the years 1872 and 1873, as r
1 of the Act "to provide for the public.ition f the number of Horses,; Cattle, Sheep, I
to-tho-Auditor of
equired by Section
Hogs, and other an-
imals returned for ' taxation," passed Marcli P, liJ
( OI'NTIKR.
AdoiUK
AUbu....
Ashlaud
AsMuliulu... .
Atlietis. .
AukI Uzu.Y . . ,
Kclmont
Drown
Butler.
Carroll
LlianipalKn.. .
Clurke
Clermont.
Clinton
CohimbiuiiH., .,
Conhoctom . . . .
Crawfurd
Cuyalioira
Darke
Italian no
Delaware
Eiio...
Full-Hold
FayettB
Franklin
Fulton
Uullin.... ....
Gcaiiirn
Greene
Uiiomxey
Hamilton
Iluncoek
Hani In
HarridCn
Henry
Hlfrhlaml
Hocking......
Holmes
Huron
Jacknou
lefferaun
Knox
Lake
Lawrence
Licking
Logan
Lorain
LlU'HH
Madison
Mahoning ... .
Marion
Meilina
Moigo
Mercer .
Miami
Monroe
Montgomery .
Morgan
Morrow
Muskingum. .
Noble
Ottawa
Paulding.
l'erry
Pickaway
Pike
Portage
Prehlo
l'utnmu
Hivhlund.. ...
ItOBH
Sandusky
Scioto
Seneca
Stiolby
Ktnrk
Summit
Trumlitill
XIIHC411HWUX. .
Union
Van Wert
Vinton,
Warren
Washington..
Wayne
Will lama
Wood
Wynndot
Totals .
Ninniyr of
lloreea.
1W2.
COBS I
7,740
8,Jri(i
11,073
,7H1
10.IMH
, 8,1108
.10,WKI
1 ,m
S.570
U.5W
U,lSo
Mm
11,71V
. 0,461
, 0,075
8,57
14.U11
6.8MI
0. 215
4,8tW
10,0(K
1, m
).j'.n
1i,7f,
.41,740
6,814
4.USH
10,0H
H.951
4.730
,1 Sli
W.fM
4.0K1II
4,m
la.ifiH,
V,.v
1453
flans
1,015
H.1M
0,704
K.&VI
U,tH0
12,:.2
6,170
8,710
8,H10
D.7W7
in.!)-VI
6,WI
7,ikh
8,41
,(X
fl.twa
11,B!W;
B,SM3'
M71
10,447,
7.511
13,140
fl.ooo:
' v,w
0.2H0
7,B72
5.5DJ
8,75
D.4T7
, 8,4,-tO
11,701
7.1R1
8,1111
7,140
718,157
187.1.
0,851
7,8541
8,51:!:
8,1158
o,08a
1,1110
11,105
8,2.811
10,504
8,504
8,1111
.3o:i
0,1m
8,0511
8,040
18,720
13,7!17i
5,458
8,588!
6,210
10,2(10
8,4118 1
14,705
6,145
0,155
5,022
10,120
7,8(KI
18,87.8
10.522
0,018
6,7I!
4v6ii)
10,3
10.071
4,nm
0,807
H.K05
4088
4,mi
l,wi
8,5(0
0,81 (I I
6,m
7,811
8,251
7,820 :
8,1111
R.0I4
0,723
0,47i
0,854
12,00.8
7,087
8,800
12,247
0,421
8,700 1
8,03-3
o,nr
10,207
4,878
7,887
8,450
0,182
11,271
11,008
8,881
5.2IH
10.801
7,8(10
14,100
8.240
,81
m
8,205
6,020
8,705
11,500
8,511
11,748
7,n
8.U.8I
1,638,
No. of Cuttle.
I
724,002
1872.
1S.WI1
1H.4IH
28,428
42,810!
10,0771
15,228
J4.0II7
16,H0
10.800
18,4411
17,701
lli'.WS
18.305
10.023
21,171
22,470
21,183
27,170
2524
14,450
19,255
11,758
24,7fti'
18.070
28,001
. 17,010
10.TOI
81,010
17.480
18,472
10.057
25,843
14.087
15,078
11,243
tO.722
ia.2V
, 17,187
28,426
14,10
15,122
22.808;
12,007 1
J4,412
28,1100
20,877,
87,882!
aijwo
83,803
80,488
14,058
ll.HTtl
10,100
80,200
10,445
18,001
20,4(M
82.084
20,078
8,280
7,218
88,188
9,000
).lll
10,057!
17,000 !
22,5041
23,407
18.44111
18,070
83,118
' 84,750
27,8li
42,010
27.2W
15,KW
14,825
10,507
15,127
8:1,005
18,005
20,57(1
15,358
1,701,028
1873.
Vo.orMllli'H
He.
1K.
18,550
10,001)
23,000
48,810
15,808
17,875
24,438
10,005
10,522
12,801
18,740
18,043
11,020
17.501
0,114
1,M8
21,8051
25,820
20,3111
15.8V4
J(l,115
11,448
19.5081
24.051
18,880
15,712
211,140
n.rai
17,183
22,282
28,0rt)
17,158
. 13,808
12,488
20.788
, 12.352J
. 10,001
2ttX)54
14,0181
13,010
20,000
11,800
14,527
87,218
2I,52t)
87,705
10,008
82,010
W ,078,
22.184
80,1 05
13,00.1
10,772
17,014
17,207
20,824
17,200
1U.041
30,170
18,275
8.055
8,408
10,207
88,422
11,70.1
84,70(1
10,150
10.422
20,575
X3.0M
10,480
12,815
24,008
14,802
82,4111
23,401
42.1180
25,000
16,040
1U.710
!!l.W-'l
S.3.5H5
1 1,(181
28,4211
17,017
1,653,381
1873.
477 BOO 12,150
211 82,251
?n no i,nn
itii li au'oou
ivii 182 4,m
2S2 224 19,1
8117 2S5 107,1511
507 mi 15,820
530 m M88
01 80 124,784
822 217 80,800
412 431 62,730
882 7l 10,883
BOO 513 80.844
181 1011 1S2,0W(
180 107 120,708
180 131 0B.S:I
850 811 84,2'20
822 817 10.071
02 71 ' 18,357
178 172 95,078
55 42 81,202
S87 242 84,022
013 511 80.774
508 801 82,783
111 123 80,438
410 488 17,007
00 84 17,777
422 400 40,507
175 212 158,000
1,801 1,450 8,81.(0
138 15?. 52,742
200 202 87,201
153 1(H 800,072
147 125 11,217
11411 1,000 1 0,874
107 200 80,008
10 100 00,241
10-3 120 84,717
617 WW . W,7W
117 ll 108,783
807 100 134,273
4!-, 40 10,810
0.3-i 020 1,001
178 177 823,040;
SOI Sill 45,005
103 00 00.177'
103 123 ,788
200 281 07,4110
2111 822 04,(180
103 112 80,045
33 111 0(.150
881 472 17,010
100 203. J7.000
2113 208 ' 10,783
150 171 82,523
830 870 6,110
120 184 03,547
107 118 111,700
210 18!) 180,08
1U.1 141 63,050
40 411 18,070
15 100 6,072
88 95 04,740
517 403 21,77(1
800 823 8,402
07 73 41,845
182 107 8,208
108 228 10,001
230 214 00,274
470 4!i.'l 15.512
131 147 87,852
088 812 7,718
111 130 79,0-12
108 2121 21,109
BIO 848 71,008
147 18o 89,784
802 207 87,745
S19 229 103,798
800 832 78,087
100 280 17,290
835 810 17,577
995 871 18,874
808 247 42,225
214 210 68,878
104 1 99 20,874
144 1 35 24,075
112 104 85,650
22,058 23,138 4,401,898
i I
No of Snoop.
1872.
1873.
11,848
80,018
01,400
iei,ii
42,725
82,24'
167.714
14,772
5,902
J8(),290l
oo.mv
58,751
0.814
29,170!
J.17,038
128,013
18,941 1
26,018
17,900
17.734
100,720
H5.B02!
85,02lli
80,05a1
7,iiu:
80..W4
10.312
18,3113
84,283
150,402
8,081
05,124
m '.mi
209,740
12,240
17,808
83,603
00,919
157,200
130.417
20,054
1,217
244,012
61,027
(H.41
9,335
102,830
70,400
95,703
111,108
18,800
10,500
89.802
5,005
08.705
117,400
189,248
5,),in2
6,848
08,171
21,570
8,210
44,805
7,750
20,000
09,415!
15,522
89,838
0,020
80,244
22,303
74,705
81,020
40.877
108,24!)
82,708
17,007
17,104
13,437
41.401
60,970
27.554
08,120
4,500,861
No. ut U"X.
1872.
81,093
83,223
20,424
0,003
10,637
31,197
80,102
80,46.1
44,830,
8,980:
88,483:
88,8031
82,073
02,832
15,812
25,585
IJ4,0 10
1,193
54,01(1
17.253
20,057
11,208
48,517
74,807
65,477
10.440
16,102
8.5(M
02,101
14,088
84,610
48.7271
84,046
11,001
13,027
55,328
15,746
83.489!
19,818
11,
12.428
28,150
8,8.18
15,970
a5,98.8
84,002
11.988
9,800
47,8(10,
10,280
80,21.8
10,029
12,9051
8t,8tt2i
30,21101
10,817
87,853!
17,404
10,00!
27,(K!0
20,288 1
11,743
8,757
10.042
00,108
1,781
7,sm
45,801
26,508
28.072
04,608
84,260
17,1101
80,124!
85,888
l,092
18,930
7,821
12,810
80,400
20,100
8,5(11
40,470
17,150 !
84,040
24,408
24.208
24,822
2,315,554
1878.
23,880
81,687
82,488
4,401
13.047
mm
. Hl,056
85,601
41,352
7,046
88,626
0,8II6
12,128
82,70(1
80,471
10,437
25,089
7,185
44.809
SZ
15,542
13,407
2,5118
49,870
11,492
88,427
41,183
86,780
8,(105
18,080
08,543
13,010
81,178
10,802
lOM)
8,814
. 81,527
1,980
14,087
20,059
82,000
9,100
9,201
48,3011
1,658
80,421
8,178
10,820
81,908
80.786
18,078
35,918
14,048
14,238
22,586
15,130
9,0:15
9,488
12,076
68,541
17,309
6,500
42,802
27,050
25,001
55,201
23,3-10
14,820
82,019
26,0.58
27,101
10,142
0.088
19,709
88,804
25,877
7,450
88.199
14,174
27,095
21,671
25,774
22,034
8,088.3
Office oi tub Auditor of State, I
I Columbus, Ohio, July 28th, 1873, f
I hereby certify the foregoing to bo a true copy, taken from the reports of the several County Auditors,
ns returned to this office. j
Witness my hand and seal officially, j
i JAS. WILLIAMS, Auditor of Stale,
; ' Auditor's Office, Vinton Counny, Ohio, )
McArthur, Ohio, August 11th, 1873. j
I hereby certify tho foregoing to be a true copy of the Tabular Statement furnished this office by the
Auditor of State, and required to be published ns provided by nn Act of the General Assemby of Ohio,
March 15, 1809. W. W. BELFORD,
passed
Auditor Vinton County.
August 13, 1873. n31-3w
Special Notices.
To Kjinmm unci Colorado I During tho
auinnior n.iuou of 1873, the Mimiouri l'aclllc
linllroml will wll Excursion TickeU from St.
Louts to Dcnvernd rotiirn, at very low ratei
of fare, mid a rare opportunity U thereby of
fered, forlovertof imtureto view tho benu
tloa of Colorado nnd onjoy the ilollghtful
cennrv and lieiilth-lnnplrlnB; climate of tho
l'nrka'nf th Uocltv Mountnlim.
Kanaaa, with ita hvond nml fortllo idalna. la
illnicdv on tho iwuto, toirether with all the
othor Vt'catcni State and Territories, ia reach
ed liy the MiHAouri I'acllle ltiiilmml and Its
conubntloni. The Texn eonnection of thla
road ia now coniploted, ant ua90na;era are
offered a (lrat-elnna, all-rail route from St
Louie to Toxaa. either ovor tho Mlaaourl,
Kanana A Toxoa II, R. via Seilalla. or over tlie
.Atlantic, A l'aulllo It. U. via Tinita. For
in lips, tlmo tninoa, lmormauoa bh io rates,
rnutea. Ac., we lol'or our readora to ,1. F.
Yliompaon. Southern I'nascnfrer Agent, Chat
tuwoofra. Toiin.. or K. A. Fonl. G'n'r'l Paaaen
ger Airnt, St. Louie. Mo. Quoatlona will he
clHieivbiUy aud pioniptly answered. 1-ly
FOB T.oaa iA Appktite, Dyapopsia, Indl
gcitlon, JinuKoaaUw of SplrlU and General
DebllitT. 1n tlieir orlout forma, Ferro-
PnoapoRATKD Enxia of Calisay a mailo by
Ca7ki.!., IIA7.AHD A Co., Now York, ami aoiu
Tall driiKKiata, la tne ue iouio. am a um
ent Uuiio lorpatlonta recovering from fever
ly all. ilrugKlata, ia me ui-m louic.
fnt (..ul,, iiiriiatlonta recoverlni
..ni.. aixiiniiuy. it haa no einial.
during tin aeaaon it proven ta fever and ague
ami other intermittent fevera.
If taken
19-4W
Eutlgrntlon Turnluj Cheap Farms Id
8oiitl.weatMIai"'l- Tho Atlantie A raeiflo
Railroad Company vera l,,O00 aorei of land
In Central and South-weat Mlaaonrl, at fiom 3
to18porncre,onaevn ,yr' time, with free
transportation from St. lula to all purchaa
ora. Climate, aoll, timber, mineral wealth,
achooli, cliurchoa,andlaw-ahKll'i aoolety In
vito omlgrauU from all poiuU M thla land of
frulta and flowers. For particular.' address A.
TcoK.LandCommlaalouer. BUIxJiil. Ho. 1-ly
KRIIORS OF YOUTH. A geiillenlAU
who suffered for years from Norvoua Debility,
Preinatiiro Decay, and all the eflocta of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for tho sake of suffering
humanity, send froo to all who uood it, there-
clpo and direction for making the aimplo
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to proflt by tho advertlser'a expe
rience can do so by addressing, lu portent cou
fldouco, JOTlN 11. OUDKtf,
80-8in e. No. 43 Cedar St., X. Y.
For Ayor'i Medicines, go to O. W. Slsson'.
PiTTSBUaou, March, 1879.
We havo mod largo quantities of ltoymor
BatiniH.il As Co.'i Strictly Pure White Lend,
and have Always found It unlfonnly and finely
ground, very white aud of oxcelleut body.
purity we have never questlonod, aud we
ohoorfullj' recommend It. ,.
THOMPSON A MILLER,
Master Painters,
A CA.RD. A Clergyman, while residing In
South A.moMca, as Mlfsionary, discovered a
and simple romedy for tho cure of nerv
ous weakness, early docay, disoase of the
urinary nnd seminal organs, and the whole
train o( diaordors brought on by baneful aud
vlo'ous habits, tireat numbors have boon
cured ! this noblo remedy. Prompted by a
doalro to benefit the afHlctwl and unfortunate,
will to nd tlio receipt tor preparing and using
nied Iclno, In aaealod envelope, to any oue
ueixls It, ft of Ohargtt Address
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis-
son's.
Five Hundred TliousaniL-600,000 bottles
Greene's August Flower bavo been sold In
Stats lu throo inontha. We only ask you
so to the drug etores of Gunning or Sioson
MaArtlliir, Ohio, and get a bottle Vf athaiy
a rcguinr siao at in cents. Kvery bottle
wnrrnnteMl lu euro Dyspepala or Liver com
lilalnl, Hick hoailunlio, CiMtlvoiinaa, Heart
hurn, Wntorbraah, HourMloinnch, Indlgeatlon
Inipuro Blood, and nil diaeaae caused by Im
pure Wood, or deranged Stomach and Liver.
It. a. 0. GREKN, Proprietor,
. Columbus, Ohio.
JOSEPH T, INMAN,
Station I), Bible Houso,N. Y. City.
March 10, 878-v7.ulU
To the SunTerinir. The Hev.Wm.lI. Nor
ton, while residing In Brazil aa a Missionary,
discovered lu that land of niodlclncs a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Suro Throat,
Coughs, Colda, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after nil
other medicines had failed.
Wishing to heucOttho suffering, I will send
tho recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire it, Frcoof Charge.
Please send u envelope, with your nnmo
and address en It. Addrrae,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
076 Broadway, New York City.
March 19, 1873-v7,nl0,
For Fine Perfumery, go to Slssou's Drug
8tore.
The Beat Place. Tho choicest tot of Gro
ceries, Quoenswaro, Glassware, Notloua, Ac,
caa he had nt Davia Duncan's Store, in Za
leskl, at all times.
Com, oats, potntoca and produce of every
description taken In exchange- for goods, nt
his store. In connection with his store ho has
a Saddle and Ilarneaa Shop, and will repair
anything lu that line on short notice and at
lowfgares. Go and see him tf
DesiraMe anfl ProfltaMe Proper
ty for Sale.
STEAM FLODRIHG MILL
At Zaleskl, Vlntoil cininly, Ohio, on th o Ma
rietta A Clnclnimtl raUrond, with Mill anl
of ono acre, and with all . ' nocssary ma-dil-ery
for Custom and Mrkcii ' ,"?"": Jlm.
two acres of land, ailjolnlng t,10M'1' 'aril
noon which is a good Dwelling Vl,?1"
taliilngl Hooms,a Well, Clstern,, V";!10""?'
Stable and other Miiiveiilenc.es. with l"iipos
and all kinds of Fruit, Also
Portable Steam Saw Mill,
Now located !;mllo fnmi Hope Furnace Sta
tion. Oniilcs from Zalosk Land cutting from 4,-
000 to 6,000 ft. of Lumlier ilnily.and a sot for logs
Hiilllcient to make 800,000 feet of lumber; two
two-horse Team. II anions and Wagons com
plete, connected with tho Mill. Also,
: ICO Acres of Land,
Situated hi Washington county, Iowa, 6 in lies
from a railroad, with Dwelling House, and
ell "lit buildings; OOaorea of which are im
proved: limestone soil, near to timber; ujvery
ileairable property. And also, otiiib Pkk-
BON AL PllOfKRTV.
The Flouring Mill nnd Saw Mill aro In g-wd
running order, aud doing a very prolltiiblo
tNjslncsa.
All of said proporty will be sold at low pri
ces, together or scparulo, the .whole or ono
lisif interest In tho said Portnhlo Maw Mill.
U'KIiWH: one-third cash, and thereiuaiudor in
pav'inenui to suit the purchaser.
This is a rare chance for ono or two energet
ic men to make money. Sntisfiictory reasons
glvou for wanting to soil. F. Hhadkh,
July Sd. 1878-tf Zaleskl, U.
AGRICULTURAL AND COAL
LANDS FOR SALE,
Consisting of 800 acrea, situated In Madison
Township, Vinton County, Ohio, four miles
from Mo Arthur, and ono mile from Vinton
Station, on tho Marietta A Cincinnati Kail
mail, on l.ho road leading from McArthur to
Athena, Ohio. 100 acrea of Wood Land; bal
ance uuder cultivation; 84 acre of Bottom
Land, Well watered. Biilllclently large for
two farms. Two dwelling houses and all oth
er buildings, About 1-8 of a nillo opart, upon
the premises. - in a good neighborhood and In
the
Greatest Coal Region
On tho line of said Railroad. There aiil 0
veins of Coal. 4 ("nut In thickness on the nvimi-
Isea, Onevuln covera the entire tract of land;
one cover all exempt 40 acrea, and onn covera
Slntlon to V In Urn Furnace; a switch can be
nil exnent aliout 1(1 acres. Within 80 roda of
the Hallway Hwitch, running from Vinton
ennvenlcntlvdiiiiltaci-oaa the land to MieConl
Volns. Any person wanting property ot this
description, could not do belter than purchase
this.
t4A acre of tho land iHdong to IT. 11. Deinlng.
Who will give anv further Information that
may Ixt (wireil. Will sell nt a bargain, If
one half la i.i ''l at or about the time of sale,
the buyer io.i,' havo audi tlmo on deterred
payment, not to oximod tun or llflecu years,
a will ho aatlafaotoiy. Iihiu1"' "lion the
premises or address II, It, DKMING,
July , 1878-tf. Vinton Station, O
Medical.
"liriTn Its (rloomr attendants,
fr ipinis, am
emissions, loss
low
iprcsslon, involuntary
of semsn. sperms
torrncea, lose of power, dlzxy head,
loss of memory, and threatened uu
potencs, and Imbecility, tlnd a sotsi-
sign enre in lIITHPUItEYtl 1KMIK-.
OPATHIO SPECIFIC. Wo. TWENTY-.
IUIIT. 1H1S BOVEREION REMKDY tones
np the system, arrests the diacliargea, and imi
part vigor and energy, life and vitality to tho
enure man. 'ifwyaaveaureauiouianaaor
Prioe, ti per paokoge of fivo boxes and a large 12
rial, which ia very important in obstinate or old
eases, or 1 per single box. Sold by ALL Dmg-
Eita, and sent by mail on rece iptof prine. Address
UMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC MHDICINB
CO., 604 Vhoadwat, N. Y. Bead forci-ulnr.
GREAT CAUSE
OF
HUMAN MISEET,
Just Published in a Sealed Envel
ope. Price Six Cents.
A lecture on the Naturo, Treatment and
Radical cure of Seminal Weakness, or Sper
matorrhoea, Induced by 8olf-Abii80, Involun
tary EmisBionH, Impotenoy, Nervoua Delill
Itv, and Impedimenta ia Marringo generally:
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Ac By ROBERT J.
CULVKRWELL, M.D., author of the "Groen
Book," Ac.
The world-ronownod author, in this admira
ble lecture, elenrly proves from his own ex
perience that the awful consequences of solf
abuso may ho offoctually removed without
medicines, and without dangerous surgical
operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cor
dials, pointing out a modo of cure at once cer
tain and ofl'octual, by which evory sufferer,
no mnttor what his condition may bo, may
ciiruliimaelf clicanlv. urlvatelv nnd radically.
Ti.is lecture will prove a boon to thousande
unit thousands.
Kent under seal, In a plain envolopc, to any
auMreM,oii receipt of six cents.or two postage
(.'US, ly nddrcsslng the publishcra.
stm.,.v '1:JiAs. j. Q, KL1NK A CO.,
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PIANOS, OR&AKS, - MELODEONS.
Pricew Pi-om to
JH19JOO.
STEINWAV'S rianos, nnkuowlodged unri
valled. '
.T.F.HARRIS A CO'S., Pianos, positively,
the best medium priced pianos made.
BACON A CARRIS, good and very cheap.
ment used by M r. Philip PlitlUps, in hia song
SMITH'S American Orgnna, tho only Inatru
tour through Kuropo.
SPANG'S Orgnna, celebrated for Iholr puri
ty aud power ol touo.
SHONINGKR'M Organs.
WOOD'S Orgnna. ;
Wo are offering tho above Instruments front
ten to fifteen per ceus.
Lower fob Cash,
Than they can he pnrchaacd rlsowhoro. Call
and sue us nt our resilience, or address us by
letter. Wi Uuaiiantki Satisfaction.
M, R.BABNRS, Agent.
July B, 1878-8111. MoArlbur, O, .
JOB PRINTING of every description neat
ly and promptly cj.xooutod at this oflloo.
i i V r
New Advertisements.
"lTTrrilTAT And therethoP
WlLHllN A friend, conlln
II 1,1 Ml.o on nnretrii
III Fi , demned blood
I Ct 1 I f L1 F T 'J'he tryant Pi
loAlirjJjj 1 cancelled a
retrieved liy KRK88 FKVKU T(J
And there tho POISON Is aa
ned to travn-
retrievablo. con
demned bliKjd," SHAK.
-oisou'a Hwer
and tho blood
ONIO. It cn-
tera the circulation, overcomes and ejocla this
Ague Poison. This remedy Is warranted by
the I'loiiriclora. to Cum Augp. A Uuxof Pills
FHKI'l, with inch bottle.
Vf. V. HAMILTON A CO., CINCIN
NATI, O. 4w
"TTTANIED-All men wishing to make
V V money to send for a phainphlet con
taining instructions, etc., which tetryluidi
shvuldkntnt. J, C. TILTQif, Pittsburg, I'm 4t
WORKING CLASS
teed, Kespcclublo employment at homo, day
orovening; no capital required; full Instruc
tions and vuluabfo package of goods sent free
bymnil. Address, with six cent return stamp,
M. YOUNG A Co., 1TJ Greenwich St., N. Y .
4w
KA19 ftrt WFOaBWEEfffOAWABMHCt
ri)tl(0.aU was one agent's profit on Bry
ant's Library of Pottry and Soim ; 170 IH ONE
wlcKK on The Jtev Houuketptr t Manual, by
Miss Boechor and Mrs. Btowe. Any active
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worth 110, mailed free. HUBBARD BROS.,
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P ATXN T
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Office, 14 Barcla St., N.Y.
(Up Stairs.)
Offer to the public a lantern
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with elegance and iisvfulneaa.
It cannot explode; it gives a
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if a glass is brokon, It Is easily
replaced by meansof the screw.
Tlioy employ no aten except
Tho startling drawback on nearly all medi
cine; agents has ever boon that in their pro
cess of purgation aud purillcation they also
debilitated the system. To obviate this ill 111
culty, physicians have long sought for an
agout that would
PURGE. PURIFY aud STRENGTHEN
AT ONE AND THE SAME TIMK.
Their roseareh has at last been rowarded by
a discovery which fully realizes the fondest
deaire of medical faculty, and which is Justly
regarded jvs the most important triumph that
Pharmacy has ever achieved. This important
desideratum is
Dr. Tutfs Vegetable Liver PHI.
Which purify the blood and rcmovo all cor
rupt humors and unhealthy accumulations
from tho body, and yet produces no weakness
or lasnitudo whatever, but on tho contrary,
tones the stomach, Invigorates the body during
tho progress of their operation. They unite
the heretofore irrnconcilnblo qualities of a
BTRKNUTHKNIXO PURGATIVE and a
PURIFYING TONIC.
Dr. Tutt's Pills are tho most active and
searching medicine in existence. They at
once attack the vory root of diseases, aud
their action is so prompt that in an hour or
two alter they aro taken, the pitient is aware
of their good effects. They mav bo taken at
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debility, and as a family mediciuo they havo
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CHOLEE A
AND
EPIDEMIC DISEASES
PREVENTED BY TSIKO
BROMO-CH LOR ALUM,
THE NEW
Odorless and Non-Poisonous
Powerful DEODORIZER and DM
1 ' FECTANT,
Its daily use destroys all bad odors and pois
onous emanations about your premises, nnd
thereby prevents contagion and diseaso; con
talus no poison, has no odor, and is always
snfo.
"Diploma awarded by the American Inbti
tutk to Tilden A Co., for Bhoho-Chloral-UK.
Tney consider it of value aa being non
poisonous nnd Inodorous, and can recommend
it especially for medical and general house
hold purposes where disinfection and dcoilo
rizntion Is called for." Exhibition op lUIS.
Prepared only by TILDEN A CO.,
4t. Hold by all druggists. New York.
.' 1 " "'"!L7-
Is the kost powkrfiti, olranber, strengths
ener nnd remover of Glandular Obstruction
known to materia Medico,
It m bpkoi ally adapted to constitutions
"worn down" and debililatod by the warm
weather of Spring nnd Mummer, when tlve
blood is not In active circulation, consequent
ly gathoiiug impurities lionisliigglsbiioHaand
Imperfect action of tlie accretive orgnna, and
la manifested by Toiuoi-a, Eruptions, illolohos,
Boils, Puatules, Scrofula, Ac
When wkahy anu lanmlid from overwork,
and dullness, drowsiness and inertia take the
place of energy and vigor, the syatein needs
a Ton in U) build It up and help tho Vital
Forces to rogaln their ror.iiporat Ive power.
IN TUB ukat of miMMEit, freoneutly the
I.Ivor and Kploon do not properly (lerfortn
their functions ; the Uterine and Urinary Or
17,1111 am inactivo. iiroduelnar woakneaa of the
vimncli and intestines and a predisposition
"o b 'Uiuus doraugement.
EXTRACT. OF JURUBEBA
ir trkpared pirectI.V from the SOUTH A-
to all these dimciiltloa ! It w 11 oleanss the VI-
.. fe ihs awtlt. dtMoii fr 1 1 1 a ti llaJI Ijlla K
"iVINOlHIWKia,.
utim i'I'Iiinm fimn IMPAIRED AND tN-
FKKBLKD Organs.
1.. ,(,,! r. nn irintri.r TAKEN, as Junibeba
la pronounced by medical writers the most ef
ficient PC It IK IF, It, TONIC and jlKOBTMRU-
KNT known in me wnoie range vi awumuw
pIJ O HM Q. K ELLOGH, 18 Piatt St., New V ork
Hold by Druggist, bole agent tot tho Uni
ted Mates. .-.
' Price flporbottlo. . . Send for Circular
w4-wao . .
WHAT WOMAIV
wm 'a Imik conliilnlng Information of
o-rnlii l.vitiorlnnc, sent, frro for two stamps.
Are':.,PMrs"n. JIETZGER, Hanover, Pa.
80-1 in c". .....
Railroad.
T
iiEi
Emm
Is in advance of all eomnetltors. It U th)
only lins re lining tliroiigh cars to the West.
Omnibus transfer, ferriage, all changes and
delays avoided by running Til It KB 81' K.
WAt . DAILY UNKS of THROUGH
COCHES, As follow!
for all points In
Iowa, Nebraska and California,
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at It
P. m., IiHlianauoU at U; 4ft A, M., running
through Blooinuigton, Pooria, Ualesburg,
Burlinatun, Ottumwa and Creston, arriving at
OMAHA at 10:00 A. NKXT DAY, hours in
advance ot any other route, mnklng but one
change of cars to .4 ,
SAN FBANCISC0,
Oct your ticket va Indianapolis and Peoria
-0
for all poluts la.
Kansas, Colorado and th Southwest,
Tho Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8: 0C
p. a., Indianapolis at e:uu p. M., running
through Danvlllie, Decatur, Jacksonville and
Qiiincy, arriving In KAN8A3 CITY at 10; 40
p.m., iNfc.vi- uAi, iiours ui advance or
Louis lines, making but one change of cars ,
HUMBOLT, FT. bCOTT nnd DEN VEU. ;
Get your tickets via Indianapolis, Danville
nd Quitter, , .1 I .
FOR
Bock Island anu Davenports '
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at S: Oil
v. lndlanapoM A 81 00 r. 11. ruiinln
through Bloomlngton, Peoria and Galva. a.
riving at HOCK ISLAND at 11 : 85 A. a., Da.
VENI'ORT at 11: 55 A.M., next day, uiakiug
but oue change of cam for points lu .
northern Illinois and low a. .
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peoria.
PnUman's Palace DrawinrEoom
and Sleeping Cars.." "", ;
Run through from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to BurUngton. , . I , .-
Travelers to any Western point can now
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundles.
select a comfortable seat and keen it to desti
nation. On account of these through aud
convenient arraugements,elegant equipments
and aniok time, this ronto Is now th nreat
Popular thoroughare beticeeu. tht Mart and
C.W. SMITH, Gen'l Manager,
' . llrliuim. III.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen. Pant. Tkt. Agt.,
imiiannpoiis, inu.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad
TIME TABLE.
On and after November 9, ltm Trains 'will
run as follows:
a .
Ml
it :
t!B
Si
S : : : : : : ::::::: : : : :
: : : i : : : :
wwaant.! ftnHiHHMHrl Jl n S
d, i : i !:::::: i ::: :
CfiMa0flDsW4s9sOi tneOOOfOeOM
3d ;
:a 14
t(H0t9
in
Miie.gggg2g ssssegisa i?
I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 jlmMM-ii;
5 -sii; M Ui ilsli-l'lll
Ilijl I pjlilli. Jill,
Hues 1 -ss iiiisisrsisi
a : : d : : : :
-" R""? 'r9't'0 3 C T kfi X- 00
r. 9
W t-1- 00 ij 3' o -h .(NoimM, H Xt,
I ,T
1 o n 21 21 25 "
wg . : : : . ;.:::.;: : :
aiiiiii; iiiiiiii iih
fT 4 m - sOoioieet0 -
id i i ia i
4
'1
,11
o
it.
65" .
d3 4
fcj - WW-
CINCINNATI EXI'HKSS will run daily. All
other traina daily, except Snndav.
CINCINNATI KXPItKSS, K AST, makes DO
stod between Ilamden and Athens,
Portsmouth Branolt.
Mall Accommodate
Dep. Hamden 8:45 p.m. 6:15a.m.
Arr. Jackson 4 :S4 " t:tt
" Portsmouth 6:45 " liao . !
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND
Forall points on the Little-Miami Itallroad,
and at the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Ball
road Junction for all points West
W. W. PEABODT.
guporintendent.
W. K. LANKFSTHIt, .
Master ol Transiwrtatlon. ; .
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short line Ronte
East and West.
Only Direct Koute to the National Capl-tol
and Kaatward.
On and after Monday, November It, Trains
will run as follows:
EASTWARD.
Depart...
Parkorsburg...
Cumberland....
Humors Fernr.
Washington June
. ... Arrive
IlAlllmoro
Wasliington
Pliiiadelphia
Now York
WE8TWAKD,
Depart.
New York ,
Philadelphia
Washington
Baltimore
Arrive.... .
Washington Juno.
Harper s Ferry
Cumberland...,
Parkorsburg . . ,
Cin'atl Tmt I Mail
A'aprtM I Line tpr
6 55 Am
SUB Pin
60S "
8 5S "
10 (W "
185 Am
615 1
llSOPm
UMAm
6 45Pm
800 "
810 "
U 06 Pm
600 "
6 40Pm
UlAm
151
816
8 45
10O0
1 10 Pin
410 "
8aflAm
11 45 Pui
8 00
4 06 Am
4 '
10 IN
(15 "
844 Am
1 11 Pm
445 H
60S "
6tS "
114 rm
910 Pm
4 00 Ant
800 pat
BWAns
104 M
8 45Ank
1100 u
Pollmaa Palaoa Drswlnf Room Bleeping Can,
Which aro as comfortable, elegantly furnished
and almost eouul to a ure-side, are on all
traina from Cincinnati to Ilnltlmore aud
Washington. HoeHcheduleofUmilnnstl au4
Marietta Hailroad for time of arriving and de
parting from McArthur.
The advantages of this route Over all other
is, that It gives all travelers holding through
tickets the privilege of visiting lUlllinois
Philadelphia, and the National Capitol free. '
Time quicker and rales of fare lower than
by another route.
The scenory along this Railway Is not
equalled for grandeuron this Continent.
TO SHIPPERS Of rSXlOBT.
This line offers superior Inducements the
rates ociug one-inirn lower 10 ami from, Hn
1
..,., ,,, ih.ii, p., ra
ti , Ulitw vnrlr np ... nl id. " ' i .
In ordorlng goods of any description from the
East give directions lo ship Wo lialtlmore A
Ohio It, B., and lu shinning East give same di
rections. Freight; slilipil by this rout will
have rieapatch, and be handled Willi tmn and
save ahlpiieiv much niourv.
.! n. cimrnvrt.
Gen. Crelgbt A g't, linlllmor
' ' '' ' . l" X. oi k.,
8.B.JONE;GO','TlvVOtAK't-li',U,""J'
Uon, I'ass. A g't, Cincinnati

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