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McAetiiur Enquire!
Mo.lttTflUR, OHIO, - OCTOBER 88. 1878.
jg N. FRESHMAN,
Advei'tislngf Agent,
190 WEST 1'OUKTIl BTltEKT,
::X2sraTN'-TJ)L'vx. 21 to-
la Uii nulliori.cd Agent to mcliWC ndvuv'.iM:
niuiilx tills pnpor. II i' hui -1 i i a I At.
i.iiirfc'iimiits with iBliiflmis, agriculttii l and
other newspapers.
J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO.
Advertisers who rally -wish toreaah the
Feople of Vinton and adjoining counties,
can And no better medium than the Mc
Arthur Enquirer.
"TtNi)iN0. Pertonn having magazines or
5 books of any kind they wish to have
bound, van leave them at this office and in duo
tinio can receive them- properly bound. We
have fade arrangement! wercby we can at
torn! to tills branch of business at low prices.
Golden October sunacts are just
now in order.
Visiting cards neatly printed at
small cost at this office.
Justice's Dockets for sale at this
office.
"If you want a blank deed, or any
kind of blanks, come to this office.
. Five of the seven days of last
week were very warm and pleasant.
This region was again refreshed
by rain on Saturday and Sunday
and Monday last.
Dr. N.J. Rowers, Dentist, Jle. Villi in, O
There will be preaching in the
Presbyterian Church on next Sab
bath uicniing, by the Rev. Mr.
Johnson.
If your neighbor desires a good
paper to read during the coming
winter oveuiugs, advise him to take
1'Uii MuAll'MUlt ENljL'IKUt.
as -e hw
The McArthur Enquirer has
more reading mailer m ii than two
thirds of the papers of the day.
Only $1.50 per year.
Mokl - new subscribers were ad
ded to our list lust week. The
people desire to read the be&l paper
printed in Vinton county.
. ; --
Jon work continue 10 conic in ul
a line rate. We. Jo our noi'U. ai.low
raia iuid in a workmanlike uiaa
ufc'. Lol every body conn: ami sec.
mli m
Dr. .N. J. buwern, Llciiiut. XcAi il..,i . v
When you go to aleski, Hlop ai
the J5owen House, opposite the Cur
Shops. ' Meals can bo had at all
hours at reasonable prices. , Terms
low.
Visiting Cards fob Nothing.
To ary one sending us $2 wo will
send The Christian Witness, or
The McArthur Enquirer, from
November 1, 1873, to Jauuary 1,
1875, and will throw in &U beauti
fully printed visiting cards.
a
In The Galaxy for November we
find six continued articles, two
short stories, one or two essays,
ami-four poems, besides the usual
departments of literature, science,
etc. ...
How to Subscribe. Ask your
preacher or some brother for an en
velope on which tlio address of the
publisher fs printed; in the envol
opo (carefully sealed) send your
name and Postoffice address and
the money.
A subscriber to a newspaper can
pay" a year's postage, 20 cents, in ad
vance if he or she choses to do so;
but a postmaster has no right to
demand more- than one quarter's
postage, Jive cents, in advance. The
law will bo repealed next Dw.em
I..T. .
Corn. J. S. Dillon, living in
Elk Township, about two miles
from town, brought us an cur of
white corn one day last week which
contains 1,151 grains. Can auy
Vinton county fanner beat that? If
report to u.
-
New Stoke. We have neglected
to call tlio attention of the ladies to
. the opening of a new Millinery and
Notion Store in Zulcski, by Mrs.
Mary Suipley. She has largo
and vty beautiful assortment of
good , such are as usually kept in
stores of this kind, including a
choice lot of Jewelry, which are
being sold at low prices, Ladies,
give her a calll
- IS I i m
Premonitory. A flock of wild
goeso passed over this place, after
dark, on Sunday evening. They
mado a terrible quacking and seem
ed to bo scattered and in a quan
dary what route to go. They finally
concluded to go South, which the
weather-wise construo as a harbin
ger of approaching cold weather.
TiiEipaughinan House, under the
suporlntendonce of Mrs. Eliza Hy
son and G. W. Tmkiiam, Is receiv
ing a large share of tho public pat-
ronge, Au Eating Saloon has
boon fitted, up and stocked in first-
olnaa stylo, and meals will bo served
in the basement room at all hour
Go nd get a good meal.
The Condition of the Dry
Goods Trade.
The House of Dan Will & Co.
in the Eastern Market.
I hero lias not been so good a
time for retail dealers to buy Goods
in New York City ond Philadelphia
as at present. The present prices
of Dry and other Goods compared
with those which existed previous
to the financial panic are fully 10
and 12 per cent. less. Since the
panic the sales of those large es
tnDlisnments nave been compara
tively few, the stock in tho various
departments showing no very sen
sible diminution, the consequence
Is, that all the Houses have a lar
ger stock of Fall Goods oii liand
than they ever had at this period
oi me year; ana as Winter is fast
approaching, they, to make room
lor tno Winter Stock, have made a
great reduction in the prices of the
goods, in order to induce retail
dealers to purchase.
Now, Aaron Will, of the firm of
Dan. Will fe Bros., who is now in
that market looking around, will
have the best opportunity to buy a
grand stock of the most stylish
and seasonable Goods at greatly re
duced figures for this market. He
not only has the advantage of the
low wholesale but of the panic pri
ces. The assortment of Goods will
bo the cheapest ever brought to
this county.
There has been considerable
talk, during the past year, among
the people of Allensville, in the
western part Otf this county, about
Dr. J. B. DnAKE,a married man, who
has practiced medicine almost! one
and a half years in the village1 and
vicinity, paying numerous visits to
to the residenco of a certain promi
nent widow lady who also resides
in the place. It is said that the
visits to the lady's residence were
unnecessary, and that the lady in
question positively declined to have
the visits discontinued, but in re
gard to the parties being criminally
intimate we are not advised. Last
Thursday night tho Dr. was again
absent from home. At noon the
next day Friday.the 17th he was
seated at the dinner table in his
own house, when' he arose up from
the table, and mado a desperate ef
fort to murder his wife. He struck
her with the chair. on which he was
sitting, knocking her down, and
then severely kicked her a number
of times. A neighbor who happened
to be passing put a stop to the
murderous work. He was arrested.
had a preliminary examination be
for A. N. Cozad, Esq., and was sent
to Jail to await the action of the
Grand Jury which will be in ses
sion on the 10th of NoVeirtbeiv 1
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Dr. N. J Bowers, Dentist, MaAcUiur, O.
m i ,
Potatoes. We were trcwnted
on Saturday last, by .Eld. D. Y.
Benjamin, of. 3Iadison township,
Vintoa county, with two bushels
of potatoes one of the Peach Blow
and the other of the White Sprout
variety. Both varieties are excel
lent, but tho Peach Blow potatoe is
one of the greatest blessings be
stowed on man by the Creator. We
will take tho Peach Blow first and
last before we would any other va-
victy. It constitutes one of the
cheapest and most nourishing spe
cies of vegetable food. Bring us
the Peach Blow, or the Early Rose,
hereafter.
Great Excitement in Zaleski.
Once in a great while the people of
Zaleski become excited, but the
present cause of tumult is worthy
of note. Tho Dry Goods House of
Will & Co., is represented in the
New York and Philadelphia mar
kets by a person who understands
how to select goods for this market
and who will take an advantage, of
the present panic prices. They
will very soon begin to Bpread bo
fore the public a stock of goods em
bracing every variety of Dry and
Fancy Goods to be found in the
Eastern Markets.
Physicians havo used Speer's
Port grape Wlne,; and having ap
plied the strictest test known to
chemistry, they do not hesitate to
pronounce it a puro wine of medium
strength, and recommend it to be
of great advantage to the aged and
infirm, also, in low and typhoid
types pf fevers Speer's Port Wine
will be found very superior.
Muscle. McArthur has been
noted for men "on their muscles,"
and now the women are taking the
que, as several Instances occurred,
last week, wherein the "weaker
sex" displayed considerable nerve
by bantering each other for a,
"square fight" uo-n, the street
Nothing serious has transpired so
far, although threats are made that
the conflict will bo rchewecfat the
first opportunity. Tho scriptural
Injunction to "love thy neighbor as
thyself is fearfully perverted In
these cases. -
It. A. Howard, Chief Engineer
on the Gallipolis, McArthur and
Columbus Railroad, has rented the
G. W. SnocitEY residence on North
Street, and will remove his fatally
from Indiana to this town soon.
in the Eastern Market. TAXES OF 1878. TAXES OF 1878.
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County, Ohio.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE LAW, I, NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer of Vintou County, do hereby notify the Tax-payers cf said 'County, that the rate
of Taxation for 1873, is correctly stated in tho following Table, showing the number of Mills levied upon each Dollar valuation of taxable property in
each of the Townships, Incorporated Villages and School Districts in said County : . ' ' '
TOWNSHIPS, INCORPORATED TOWNS,
AND SCHOOl. DISTRICTS.
Eagle...
Brown
Swan ;
Jackson
Elk :
McArthur Independent School District
Part Attached to McArthur Jnd. School District
Vinton !;.v..
Madison .
Zaleski Independent School District..
Clinton
Richland
Harrison
Wilkesville...'
Wilkesville Independent School District
Knox.
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18.00
18.33
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21.28
26.33
26.83
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20.80
29.80
21.78
20.04
18.83
16.70
22.20
21.50
The undersigned will attend at his office in McArthur, from the 1st day of October until the 20th day of Dectmber next, to receive Taxes; after which
all Taxes remainiug unpaid, will be subject' to a pehalty'of 5 per ent.
A person charged with Taxes may, at his option, pay the full amount of such Taxes on or before the 20th day of December next ; but is required by law to
pay one-half of the Tax on or before the 20th day of December next, aid the remaining half thereof on or before the ,20th day of June, 1874. A failure to
pay one-half the charges on Chattel Property on or before the 20th tfay of December next, renders the whole dua, and subject to collection as in case
of Delinquent Ta$.
The Road Supervisors of the several Townships will take notice that Receipts for Road Tax cannot be taken unless written with ink, the amount to be
stated in figures and also spelled out, and the name of the must be w'ritten on the receipt.
NELSON RICHMOND,
McArthur, Ohio, October 8, 1878-6 Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
Legal Notices.
TIMES FOR HOLDING COURTS
1NTIIK
Seventh Mcial District of Olio,
For the Tear 1874.
ORDER.
PURSUANT to authority of law, It Is hereby
ordered that the several terms of the Court
of Common l'leasand the IMntrictCourt with
in and for the Seventh Judicial District lor
the year 1874 bo held at the dates following,
to-wit:
District Court.
Washington, April 9;
Moiifs, April 13;
Gallia, April 16:
Lawrence, April 20;
Scioto, April 23;
l'lko, April, 27;
Perry, August 24;
Fairlleld, Au(fist27;
Hocking, August 81;
Athuns, Septembers; '
Vinton, September 7;
Jackson, September 0. . "
Court of Common I'lea.
Wil Sub-Million.
Pony January 26; May 4; Scptomber 28.
Hocking February 10, May 25; October 19. ,
Fairlleld March 9; JuueB; November?.
Second Sub-dimnlon.
Lawrence-January 27; May 6; September
Scioto March 8; June 1 ; Octobcv 19.
Jackson February 23 ; May 26; October 12.
l'ike March 81; June 22; Noveoibet 17.
Vinton February 9; May 5; September 14.
Third Sub-diviHon.
(iallla-February 8; April 27 ; September 14.
Meirg February 28; Mav 14; October 5.
Washington March 9; May 21 ; October 19.
Athens March 23; June 11; November 16.
And it is further ordered tha trine rneonl mul
publication of the foregoing b e made accord-
ng m taw.
Witness onr hands this 10.h Aav nf Rniim.
ber, A. 1). 1878.
B1LAS Ii. W KIliflT.
JOHN J. HAHPEB,
T. A. PLANTS, ijmlgtl.
WILLIAM K. HASTINGS,
EttASTUS A. GUTIIRIK,
Stati of Ohio, Vinton County, u.
L O. W. HOLLAND. Tlnrlr nf tha Cnm t nt
Common Picas, within and for said county
and State, hereby certify the forgoing to bo a'
true copy of the original order now ou fllo lu
my office.
witnkhr my hand and the seal or
said Court at McArthur, this 23l
day of September. A. D. 1878.
U. W. HOLLAN 0,
October 8, 1873-Sw . Clark. .
(SEAL)
LEGAL NOTICE.
Thomas M. Lytle and Marry Lytlo IiIh wIIV,
whoso place or residence is unknown) will
take notice that on the 21stday of July, 1873,
John M. Sloan, Died his petition in the (Court
of Common Pleas, in ami for Vinton Countv,
Ohio, sotting up a mortgage lien upon tliu
following lands, situate in Vinton (bounty,
Ohio, to-wlt; The undivided (yt) of the east
half of the north west quarter, and tho north
east quarter of the no.-th west quarter, and
the north west quartor.of the north vast quar
ter or Section 81, Township 9, Kang-o 111. AUo
the south east quarter of the north oastquur
terof Section 80, Township 9, Rang 19. A 'so
the north west quarter of the north west
quarter of Section 81 and the south west quar
ter of the south west quarter of Suction 80,
Township 9, Range 18, except tho north west
quarter of the north east quarter of Huctinn 81,
Township 9, Hango 18, and asking that hhIiI
mortgage be foreclosed, said lands sold. The
proceed brought Into court, unit applied in
satisfaction of his claim, against one Thomii
M, Lytle, for the sum of 11,794 Ul, and inter
est from January, SOtli, 1878. Said Thomas M.
Lytle and wile aro parties defendant with
aid Martin II. Brand; said defendant Brund
Is renulied to answer said petition on or be
foro the 15th day of November. A I. 1873.
JOHN M. SLOAN.
By J. M. MoGillivh at, Attorney.
September 84, 1878-dw. . ' .
LEGAL NOTICE.
Joioph Beyers, whose place of residence Is
unknown, will take notice, tha t J. (1. Koss,
Elizabeth Hartley and Williarn N Ilartluy
have filed tlio I r petition in tho Court of Com
mon Picas or Vinton county, Ohio, setting up
an estate inM lmvU In tl'.a fnllnwlnir real
estate, situate in siild Vinton county to-wit:
The east-half of the r.orth.west quarter
(K h H w or Boot 10 a Number Si, Town
ship NumlMir 10, Ilange Numbor 19, ecu
taiuing Hi acres n-.ore or leas. Anil
praying for possession of said premises and
(He sum of 00 mesne proUU. : Said Joseph
lievers ii required to answer said petition on
or before the lGtl dfiy of November, 1078. . i
J. O. KOSS, et. at
By U. S. Ciaypoom A J. M. Mooillivkay,
September 17, 1W3-U Attorney!.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Milton B. McRlnnlsa, whose place of resi
dence Is unknown, will lake notice that .1. U.
koss, r.iiranctn tiartieyand William N. Unit
ley ha filed their petition In the Court nll.'nm
mon Pleas of Vinton county, Ohio, setting up
an estate In fentimpl in the follov. lng real
rniaw. Bimnwi in sain vinton eounry, to-wit:
The west-half of the north-ea (leaner
(W X N M ) of Boetlou Number 84.
Towiiahlp Number 10, Hanje V, umber 19,
containing 80 acres more or less And
praying for possession of said prmles,
and thusiiin ofinomosne profit. Raid Milton
II. McKlnnlss Is reiiulred to ansijrnrsald peti
tion on or before thelSlli day of Novemlwr,
1873. 3. U. I tOHH, et. al.
By U.S. ClATPOoi. A J.M.MC (JiLLivaAT,
Biiteaibor 17, l8-8 w. Attorney
Report of the Condition
Of THE
Vinton County National Bank,
OF McAKTIICR, OHIO,
At McArthur, In the Slate of Ohio, at the
close of business, Friday, Sept. 12th, 1873.
KESOURCES. '
Ixinni and Discounts $163,028 67
OvenlraftH 6K6 80
II. S. llomis to secure circulation 100,00000
UBuuii iiuuii uuu wibii rriiceiiung
Airents 130.725 1(1
Cash due from other Banks 8,937 77 84,668 98
viirreub expenses 47 01
Premiums paid 10,(10006
Kovenuo stumps 47 46
Furniture aud llxtures 1,209 60
Total resources
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock
Circulation
Surplus fund
Undivided prollts
Deposits
Total linbilitlo.
STATE Of OHIO, I ,
COUNT OK VlNTON.i
J, Jnmcs W. Delay, Cashier of the Vintou
County National Bank of McArthur, Ohio,
do solemnly sn-ear that tho above Stntument
is true io tbo best of my knowledge and be
lief, JAMES W. DELAY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before uie this 18th
day of October, 1HT8.
JohkI'U Kalkr, Notary Public
CHAKLKg IlllOwH,
l'.DWAiii) i) doik)k, Directors.
A.N1IHEW WOI.K, )
October 22, 1873.-1 w
.8309,018 97
.1100,00009
. 9U.O00 00
..- 8,(0 00
. 8.903 16
. 113,04 82
8909,048 97
AGRICULTURAL AKD GOAL
LANDS FOR SALE,
,'nr of 300 acres, situated in Madison
u ,'lnton County, Ohio, four miles
tonsisti
i w-?'... .ind .. iviIIa rntn Vlntan
Statiou, on the Marietta & Cincinnati Kail-
road, on the road .-viwiios; "" ?'
Aii,..,,a uin n'cros of Wood Land: bal
ance under cultlvatio j, "uv"""
Land. Well watered, .umcienuy large lor
lu A 'nrnia T.vi, . km linn' I1U11SOV 1UU all uul-
er buildings, about 1-8 of a. 'n'1 Prt: UP
tne premises. Jn a goon neig..-""''"
the
Greatest Coxl Reoi'ok
On the line of said Railroad. There
are 8
veins nf Coal. 4 feet in thickness on tlu prem-
n covers the entire tract ol land;
lues. One vei
one covors all except 40 acres, and one odrers
all oxeopt about 100 acres, within twroaeoi
the Rnilwnv Switch, running from Vinton
Station to Vinton Furnace; a switch can be
conveniently built across the land to the Coal
Veins. Auy person wanting property of this
(Inscription, could not do better than purchase
this.
245 acres of the land belong to II. R. Denting,
who will give any further information that
may be desired. Will sell at a bargain. If
UIIV linn IB uniu HIi ur SUVUb HID iui ui bmi. I
the buyer may have such time on deferred
payment, not to exceed ten or fifteen years, I
us will be satisfactory. Inquire upon thai
premises or address
luiy u, itna-ii.
H. K. DEMINOi
Vinton Station O
ITn It frloomy tteadaBtJ law
spirits, deDfaaalan. lanliaOn
BiuiHioiu, isss or mmsi aperssut
torrhraa, loss of power, dlmy hrad,
loss of memory, and tlureaUsied iss
potence, and lmbaclllty, find a so.ti
Ian cure In II I)HPUltBYsi BOM1C
OPATIUOl BPKClriC. No. TWBIVTI.
IUUT. THIS 80VKREION RKIUD Y tons
up the system, arrest th disohams, and iav.
part vigor and energy, life and vitalitr to the
.uuu. i umj un snrsa inousuas oi
f rios, U per paokau of Hi boxm and a lam St
TUU, Wllioll is Terr ImnoiUnt in ohMinaU nf aid
eases, or 81 per singlebox. Bold by ALL Drnf.
Jtuta, and sent by mail on receipt of prlo. Ad4rees
UMPHKKY8' HOMROPATHIO MHDICINI
HUM
20., 509 Umoadwai, M. Y.
Hand tpr eiulax.
milk
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Sent und or seal. In a plain envelope, to any
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elO-lv
APPOINTMENT NOTICE.
Jiftule nf Qeorye Jiull, Deceased.
The timloralRiird has been Hiipointed and
(piiilliled lis Admin Istrator, (with the will an
noxod.) if' bimlt turn, of tho estate of George
Bull, lute of Vintou oountv, Olirf), doe'd.
Dated this 17th day of October, 1878,
Cot, 8 IH78-8W. HENRY HEY MOLDS,
'JO
ERRORS OF YOUTH. A gentleman
who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, ae nrt free to all who need It, the re
cipe and direction for making tho simple
remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's expe
rience can do so by addressing, in perfect con
fidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
80-3ino. No, 48 Cedar St, N. Y.
For Ayer Medicine, go to G. W. aisson's.
i ' i 4 . . '
Fire Hxdred TbODeond. 500,000 bottles
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this Bute In three months. We only ask you
togota-tno drug stores of Gunning or Sisson
McArthur, Ohio, and get bottle frtt ofchargt
or a regular else at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver com
plaint, Sick headache, Costlreoosa, Heart
burn,' Waterbraah, Sour Stomach, IudlgestloB
Impure Blood, and all disease caused by Im
pure Blood,' or deranged Stomach and Llvor.
Try it. G. G.GKKEN, Proprietor,
' Columbus. Ohio.
The Rest Place. The choicest lot of Gro
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can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, in Za
leski, at all tlmaa.
; Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken In exchange for goods, at
his store. In connection with his store ho hai
a Saddle and Harness Shop, and will repair
anything lu that line on abort notice and at
low figures. Go and see him tf
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FORFEITED LAND SALE !
. k.nma'Ma t mn . .. i ftmntv. of Vinton, forfeited to the
B M.8. LT3 rS'Zi.Z .i.a. L,10. . -faxesand ienaltT chargsd there-
m
oiaic ior uie non-payn , s"r wan uit -.in u.t
on agroeauly to law, are contained and described in the folIo, s s
- Owners' Names. 6 g -2
Q o
5 I
Eaolk Township.
Jones, Mason 18 S 6
Bean, Joseph II 19 9 36
Tucker, Isaiah 19 9 86
Jackson Township.
State of Ohio 18 10 22
Clinton Township.
Richmond, Nelson 17 10 10
Richland Township.
Graves, John .- 18 9 18
Harrison Township.
Dickenson, George 19 t 36
New Plymouth.
Bartlett, Sylvanus (In-Lot) 6
Finney, Alvin do 1
Zaleski.
Sanger, Jacob 40
Description.
part nw qr ,
wiw
partehf sw
nwptnwso
part nw nw (MIn. right).
part whfof whf
ae no.
one-third
part, second addition
shf (85 feet)
1 i 81
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D. 0.
8 17( 11 06
40 S4 B 00
88 65 S83
iH 8 1
851 IS 89
83 169 10 11
89 194 11 07
809 11 04
105 4 71
185 11 88
And notice is hereby given, to all concerned, that If the Tax and Pealtu i
1 list be not paid Into toe Count tci fceirroaeuier't receipt produce,
ir mi seuina juondav in Deceinlior, 1873, each tract, lot and part of lot so deli
rjHii, ua wuicn iu xaxus auci x-enaitie remain unpaiu, will,
' On the Second Monday in December, 1873,
'Stnerefon
delinquent a
bo exposed for sale at the Court House, in said County, In order to satisfy aneh Tares and
Penalties, and that said sale will be adjourned from duy today until each and every tract,
lot and part of lot of land specified in said list shall have been disposed of. or offered for sale.
WILLIAM W. BELFORD,
McArthur, Ohio, October 22, 1873. 4w Auditor Vinton County.
FALL 1875! 1875!!
Hosiery, Staple Notions, Buck5)
Goods, Small "Wares,
USTew Stock, Low
Prices,
LIBERAL TERMS.
S. C. Swift,
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.
Special Notices.
BEYOND THK MISSISSIPPI l-Thous-tnds
have already gone, and thousandi more
are turning their eye towards new home In
tho furtllo West. To tlioso going to Missouri,
Hnnsas, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming
Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend
a cheap, safo, quick and direct route, via St.
Loula, over tho rnclflo Railroad, which runt
its flno Day Coachc and Pullman Bloopers
from St. Louis to principal iolnts In the West,
without change. We believe that the Mis
souri Pad II o Railroad has the best track and
tho finest and aaltest qlupmcnt ol any line
wcBtofthe Mississippi, and its connections
with roads further West are prompt and re
liable. Tho Tex connection of thi road Is
now comploted, nnd passenger are offered a
a first class all-rail route from Bt Louis to
Texas, either ovor the Missouri, Kansas A
Texas R. It., via Hcdalla, or over the Atlan
tic A Paciflo K. K via Vinlta. For maps,
time tables, Information as to rates, routes,
Ac,, we refer our readur to S. H. Thompson,
Eastern Passenger Agent, Columbus, Ohio, or
E. A. Kurd, O'n'r'l Passenger Agent, Bt. Lou
is. Mo. Questions will be clieerliillv and
promptly answered. n2B-ly
Emigration Turning- Cheap Knrmi lu
South-west Missouri. The Atlantio APaolfic
Railroad Company offer 1 ,800,000 acres of land
In Central and South-went Missouri, at from S
uo 118 pernor, on evu years' time, with f its
tranipnrtatiou ironi m, iouis in nn purrnas
ers. Climate, soil, Umber, minora! weal lb,
schools, churches, and Inw-Mi'l llnir society in
vito onilgrnnt from nil point to thisliinilof
fruit and flower. Kor particulars address A.
TroK, Land CanitiilsMiniKir. St, UmiK Mo. I-1
ThePi'rkbt vn kwkktkst Con-LivEROiL
I llnsard A Caswell's, made on the rea shore,
from fresh, seleeted livers, by (,ar.l,L,llAI
Aan A Co., New York. It Is absolutely pur
and siMs. Patients who nevur unco taken It
prefer It to all others. I'liysluiaua hnve dccU
dd It superior to tny of the olher oils In the
market. di.
A CARD A Clergyman, while residing In
South America, a Missionary, discovered
safe and simple remedy for tho cure of nert-
ou weakness, onrly decay, disease of the
urinary and asrainal organs, and the whole
train of disorder brought on by baneful and
violou habit. Qrat number hnve been
cured by thi noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate,
I will lendtherecelptfor preparing nnd using
this medicine, In sealed eor elope, to any one
who need It, Free of Charge! Address
. For Pure Drug and Modlolnes, go to Sis
son's. Pittbbuboh, March, 1878.
We have nted large quantitio of Beymer
Bauman A Co.' Strictly Pure White Lead,
and have always found it uniformly and finely
ground, very white and ot xcenent body.
It purity we ha re never questioned, ana w
choorfully recommend It.
THOMPSON A MILLER.
Master Painter.
JOSEPH T. INM AN,
Station D, Blhl House, N. Y. City.
J larch IV, 1878 v7,nia ,,.!,, ,
To tha gofferlnglbe Eer. Wm. II. Nor
ton, whllo residing in llrajll a Missionary,
disco verel 1 thai land of medicine remedy
fur Conaumptlon. Scrofula, Ho re Throat,
Coughs, Cold, Asthma, and Nervous Weak-
nets. This remedy ha oured myself after fell
other nieillelne had fallod,
' WUhlng to benefit thuflferlng, I will tend
the recipe tor preparing tnd using this rem,
edy, to all who desire It, Froe of Charge,
riease lend nn envelope, with your nam
and add its on It. Addres, , i
' Rrv. WM. II. NORTON,
, 678 llroadway. New York City
March 18, 1878 vT.nlO.
For Eln rorfuuiury, go to Slewon' Druf
Store. . ; r i
Railroad.
THE
THE I. B. & W
ROUTE.
la in advance of all comDetltors. It ia the
only line running through cars totheWeel
Omnibus transfer, ferriago, all changes nnd
delays avoided by running THREE SPE
CIAL DAILY LINES Ot THKOCUU
COCHES, At follows:
For all point in
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach loaves Cincinnati at 8:4
P. M., Indianapolis ats:45 a.m., running
through Bloomington, Peoria, GalOHburg.
Burlington, Ottumwa and Creston, arriving at
OMAHA at 10:00 A. M.. NEXT DAY. hours ia
advance ot any other route, making bat ea
change of cars to
SAN IRAHCISCO.
Get your tickets via Indianapolis aad Peoria
o
' . For all point in
Kansas, Colorado and the Bouthweet
The Through Coach loaves Cincinnati at 8:
P. M., Indianairalis at 8: 00 P. M., mnnint
through Danville, Decatur, Jacksonville aa
Quincy, arriving in KANSAS CITY at : 68
p. M., NEXT DAY, hours in advance of Sd
Louis lines, making but one change of oars te
HUMBOLT, F-r. SCOTT and DENVER.
Get your tickets via Indianapolis, Danville
and Quincy. ...
FOR
Bock Island and Davenport(
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8 4
p. M., Indianapolis at 8:00 p. m. running
through Bloomington, Peoria and Galva, ar
riving at ROCK ISLAND at 10: 80 a. M., DA
VENPORT at 11:00 a. M., next day, making
but one change of cars for points In
KOBTIIIBN ILLINOIS and IOWA.
Get your ticket vl Indianapolis 'and PeerM.
Pullman's Palaca Drawing-Eoom
tad Sleeping Cars. ..
Rna through from Cincinnati to Peoria and
IniUanapoliS to Rock Island.
TraTelereto any Western point can now
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundles,
select a comfortable seat and keep it to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient arrangements,elegant equipmenta
and quick timo. this route is now th grtat
ppidar thoroughart between th Eat ond
O. W. SMITH, Gen'I Manager,
Urbana, III.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen. Pan. A Ttt. Agt.,
Indianapolis, Ind.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad
TIME TABLE.
Oa and after November 0, 1872 Train will
run a loiiows:
wr
9 : : : : i
d? 4 : . : : : :
a
.Si
a.-
J : : : :
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ao to a to i
ION
ii
j vh HT-tH Jr!22
OK P.
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: : A ': i
ptj (Code pfo 490a oovotf N9we
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Nt-fOOOO T O j- f vN -i t-1 tH
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2mmhio laioiaieieexoo t-oaooe
.idiiiiii ::M;;!! Ml!
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55 A
; B ; ; ; ; .
mm
; ; ; :
SDIOt-OOODOlOO
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will rnn dallv. All
otltertrains daily, except Sunday. .
UiHuiiflAii urunsa, cast, max no
ou' between Ilamden and Athens.
Portsmouth Branch.
Mail Accommodat'a
8:45 p.m. 6:15 a.m.
4:24 7:21 .
8:4ft 11:20
Dtp. iUamdsn
Arr. j'ackson
Portsmouth
TRAIN8 CONNECT AT LOVELAND
Forall points on the Little Miami Railroad, '
and at the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Rail
road Junction for all point West.
W. W. TEABODY,
Superintendent.
W. K. LAXKFSTKIt,
Master ol Traosiiortatlon.
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 19, Train
will run a follows:
EASTWARD.
. ..Denart
I'arkoriliurg
Cumberland.
Harriers Ferry
Washington Juuc
.... Arriv
Bultlniore
Waahlnarton
Philadelphia
Now Y'ork
WESTWARD,
Denart.
New York
Philadelphia
Washington
Baltimore
Arrive. .. .
Washington June
Harper's Kerry..,
Cumberland
Parkersburg
CiiCnatl
Sttprtu
8 55 Am
8 85 I'm
8 08 "
888 "
8 55 "
10 (K) "
885 Am
815
18 80 I'm
18 54 Am
6 45 I'm
8 00
R SO "
18 Cfl Pin
6 00
Faet
Lint
(1 40 Pin
BBS Am
0 51
820
8 45
1O0O
1 20 Pm
410 1
80 Am
11 45 I'm
8 00
4 03 Am
4 25 "
8 5
10 88
625
Mail
Sxpret
8 44 Am
1 18 Pit
445 "
5 05 '
6 85 "
I8 84rm
880 Pot
4 00 Am
8 00 Pm
8 60 An
8 80
18 04
8 45 Am
1100
?ullnn Palao Drawing Boom Sleepln Onri,
Which are as comfortable, olrganlly furnished ,
and almost eininl lo a flro-sido, are on all
trains from Cincinnati to Baltimore ami .
Wamilngton. Him Snhvdule of Cincinnati aasT
Marietta Railroad for time of arrlvlu ami da ' '.
parting from Me Arthur. - . ., ,
innftHTsnisKPiui mis miiu, ovsr ail oiner
Is, that It glvrs all travelers holding tlirouirl
tickets the privilege nf visiting flntltmoie
I'liiisxieipnia, ana in national l Uoi lir.
Time mill knr and rates ol fare lower than
by another routo. r "i , lr
Tne aeenpry a long tin Hallway Is Hoi
equalled lor grandeur on this Continent.. -
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
Thi line offer superior Inducements the
rates being one-thlril lowfvtoand from Hos.
ton, kiew York, or any oilier (Murium point.
in onmring rnoi any ntmrriprnrn riotn Hie
Kastxlve illiiMonsto ship Vn llalllniore A
OhloK. K.,ud In shipping Knst give tame di
rections, freights ehlnped iv till route will
hnve despab'h. and be IihihIUhI will) rare a4
vlilipvimiuh niiiuev, . ,
N. nrifoni,
, i Ucii,Fnllit Ag't. Ilalllinot
I..M. t lil rl,
t.B.JlWIti.G,",T,,'k,A"l-B'W'r
, lien. Pass, At't., ClnolonatL

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