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Mu.VUi'tiUIt, OHIO, - N0 WlliKH IS. l!.'..l.
100 WHST FOURTH STRUCT,
,n i.u un.'.horized Agent to i i lr o mlvu'tii !-
11111111 flit' til I H Jill JlCf. Ill' 111. a rlllVi:ll 111
imhi;.'Iiiu:iU with religious, Ujjriculuniil nuil
Advertimira who limy wish to rouili I ho
1'ooploof Vinton nail adjoining ooiiatleN
una Und no bottur medium than tho Mo
BINPINH. Persons having lu.igiuilnea or
lu ikH of liny kind they wish to have
iioiinl, ;u:i leave iiioiu til tins (Mice u.iil 111 iltic
tiiiu ciii receive them propurlr. hound. Wc
lntvo iiu!c nn iiiigrmenta worehy wo cm nt
l' :ui to this brunch of liiitiincxn lit low prlccn.
Cor,. John Madeira, one of the
oldest citizens of Chillicothe, died
on tho 3rd inst.
When you are in town on busi
ness don't forget the printer. It
costs money to print a paper.
Wonder if anybody will send us
tv turkey for thankgiving? Any
time between this date and the
27th of this month.
Fred Fisick, of Swan township,
is out West looking around in Kan
sas, Nebraska, Missouri and other
States. We wish him a safe trip,
The Letter of Josiah Jones, Esq.,
has been crowded out this week,
but will appear in the next issue.
M. L. Clark and R. T. Worth
inoton, of Chillicothe, Ohio, have
associated themselves together for
tho practice of law in Ross and oth
-rtir !" -
An e'ection will be held in Elk
Township, on Saturday, November
29th, 1873, for Justice of the Peace.
Thk Court of Common Pleas
commenced on Monday last Judge
Hastings on the bench.
I'm-: Bonn! of County Commis
sioncis wero in wssion on Monday
Inst, a 'small amount of business be
Tut. sciticiiy of dwellings in Nel
son vilic is so great that barns ami
stables are being fitted up and rent
ed to families.
Grapes for Health.
The use of Uipe (Jrapos for din
ner is of incalculable benefit to the
human system, and the Pure Grape
Juice, properly fermented, is inval
uable for weakly persons and in
valids. The Port Grape Wine of
Alfred Speer, N. J., is generally
pronounced the most reliable wine
to be obtained.
V, Njjapks, of Zaleski has sold
his Steuin Mill, ut that place, to A.
C, J. W. ami Frank Sands, the
business of which will be carried
on by Frank Sands.
Col. James A. Farden, formerly
of Chillicothe, is now city editor of
Daily State Journal, at Montgome
(Jr. N. 4- Itoec, DotUt, MoArtlitir, O.
t. i n i mmi . .
JIervey Scott, local editor of the
Scioto Gazette, died ut his home, in
Chillieothe, last Wednesday week,
nsjod thirty years, Ho was an
flblo and active newspaper man,
mid a pleasant and genial gentle
man. The Gazette lost its princi
pal editor, Col. Bond, by death, last
uu -i.i"n; i f m" '
Accident. About 6J o'clock
on Wednesday last, Mr. J. G. Swet
land, Sr., was knocked down and
run over by one of the Buss Tennis,
as he was walking across Main
afreet, nearly opppsife his place of
bsinetst, resulting in his being se
verely injured externally and In
eiiiitlly. He has been confined to
Jiis bed aiijco t!)e accident occurred
ijinl is getting along ns favorably
as eo,ulij bo expected. '
iAi,i(otj'a Magazine ior Decem
jtKU. Tho December n umber ol
Balloif's Magazine is a most attrac
tive number ono of the best that
wo have seen this year, It con
tains. s.otiio thirty dillerent articles,
and each is of reniarkalile interest
& general reader. The stories
l) j;!)lfl Issue arc lYesh and good, the
poetry eloquent and fervent, while
the illustrations are such as will
cans') more than tho iituiiil uharo of
attention, Tlio leating?try, "The
(Jhflst p,t! Ilejideo Ilall," continues
o be of absprbing interest, while
KAn Unfortunato Match" will Btill
find admirers, TaHo IJh1!qh'8 Mag
ftjjllie, tho cheapest nipnthly in the
Country and after an examination
of Its merits, wo must confess that
it is superior to most of tho hiijh,
prleetl serials pf tho day; and yet
to, pyory snbscrlbcr is given a pret
ty little Chromo, an ornament for
home. Only $1.50 per year, mid. 15
cents irglo oaplu. For sale at all
the news depots In the country.
Address . Thomas & Talbot, 3U
..Tlrnoniflohl St,tJtostont Mass,
'B.8it; Dii.the Crossed Path."
By Wilkie Collins. The name of
Wiikic (,'niiius nov Htiuidrf nfc tho
head of all living novelists. He
has no Miiperior in tho art of con
sl.riiclin;;- a story. In bin own ilo
miiiu lu stands alone without a
rival, and captivates all his readers.
His plots are intricate, and his sto
ries full of mystery. Wc have hero
the eighth volume of the new,
cheap and beautiful edition of the
works of this celebrated author,
now in course of publication by T,
B, Peterson & Brothers, Philatlel-
pain, ior wnicii a large Ucimunl is
being created by the author's pub
lie readings in this country. The
great popularity of his novels in
tliis series, comprising "Basil; or
tlm Crossed Path." "Hide and
Seek," "Miss or Mrs?" "The Dead
Secret," "After Dark," "The Yd
low Mask,' "Sister Rose," 'Tb
Stolen Mask," "Mad Monkton,"
"The Queen's Revenge," and"Siglits
A-Foot," have never been excelled
"Basil," is issued in a large octavo
volume, with a life-liko portrait of
the author on the cover,price 75 cts.,
and is for sale by all Book-sellers
or copies will be sent to any one, to
any place, post-paid, by the pub
lishers, on receipt of price by
At an examination of Teachers
the following named persons re
ceived certificates, as follows:
For twelve months William H.
Miller, Craven Shively, E. II. Chand
ler, M. M. Cherry, and A. W. Salts.
For six months Miss Angic
The following names were omit
ted by tho printer, in a former re
port, through mistake:
For six months J. R. Saxton, II.
B. Strnusbnirgli, Lottie Murray, Ja
cob Zerbe, J. W. Coultrap, Mary
Ilaldren, and Scott Marti nil ill.
At the hist examination the fol
lowing named persons received cer
tificates, ns follows:
For twentv-four months John
For eighteen months A. Vance.
C. E. Goodwin, and Kate Liston.
Foil TWELVE MONTHS S. G. Dlir-
y, Philip Miller, and Miss Mattie
Foit six months Ilattie Cox,
one' Davis, F. T. Hudson, Win.
Shriiier, J. W. Wallace, Mollie J.
Cox, Mattio and
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board Examiners.
Dr. X.J lliMVi-i-, Dentist, M( Ai-Omr, O
That short portion of road run
ning across the bottom land be
tween the Railway Crossing at Vin
ton Station and the stone quarry is in
a horrible condition at present, nnd
the supervisor does, not patch it
up soon, the whole bottom will fall
out, or freeze over just enough to
bear up a man and not horses and
wagons. We would suggest that
the people turn out, without respect
to vocation, and build a pike across
that dreadful tract of lowland. The
very best material can be had ntthe
stone quarry, only a few feet dis
tant. This pan of the road cannot
be changed to any other ground in
that vicinity, even if the Gallipolis,
McArthiir and Columbus Railroad
should be built a few feet north of
it, and it would be best to build a
pike. It is a shame that Vinton
county can't afford fifteen rods of
pike, when some of tho adjqluing
counties have 40 and GO miles. We
appoint George Waxleh, who, we
believe, is supervisor in that road
district, superintendent of the work
on that pike.
The Stoke8 Trial. The trial of
E. S. Stokes, for the the murder of
James Fisk, Jr., closed last Wednes
day. Stokes was found guilty of
man-slaughter ju the third degree!
and!! was!!! sentenced!!!! to!!!!!
the!!!!!! penitentiary!!!!!!! for Just
four years!!!!!!!!! The people will
bo surprised at this virdict sur
prised, not that S'rppa. saved his
neck, but that ho is not set scot
free. The testimony in this last
trial, whether cooked tip vi lmool
on fact, was, in any event, calcula
ted to toll powerfully on n jury fa
vorably to the defendent; and the
popular expectation was that
Stokes would get oir, Frpm all ac
counts hu is now broken In health,
.so that it may ba an, even (hanee
whether ho lives, through his short
term In tho penitentiary of flics In
his cell. Thjsi la the kind, o,f jus
tice that is ministered to the rich
murderers in New York.
Where la tho Marshal of tho In
corporated village of McArthur?
One day last week, it is said, he
was looking out of a printing offlce
window, during to tuuo that some
men were occupied in a fight.
Blessed Marshal! Happy McAr
thur! If the village council Intend
to remove Oii Marshal and appoint
Wt wlUt' dflit't t!cy do the job at
ont o and not make so rany bites
at tho little cherry? Come,' gentle
men, let us preserve tb peace and
qqiot our "fenced hi" village!
It is stated that In Mine of the
Hocking aiid Vmy mined, there aro
m.ilKU'4 who make from seven to
ten dollars per day.
CllRLKH W. GlLMORE, Qf ClllUl-
cothe, died la that ot Friday
V.-.ffA 1.- toil. im
New Magazine. The lirst mini
ber of St. Nicholas has just been
lssiiooy Piclorlally, it is ono ol
the most beautiful magazines in
the country, being enriched by de
signs from tho pencils of Miss Hal
lock, Sol Ey tinge," Miss Ledynrd
Sheppard, Stephens, Bolles, Beard
The reading matter is varied and
bright. There are thirty-three ar
ticles, some for the very little ones,
some for the oldest of the young
people, and some for every age be
twocn. Wc find in its broad, well-
printed pages, poems by William
Cullen Bryant, Celia Thaxter, Lucy
Larconi, and others. There is
capital human-fairy sketch by Re
becca Harding Davis. Donald G,
Mitchell contributes a characteris
tic artical, entitled "Who Wrote the
Arabian Knights?" and the first
chapters of a serial story by Frank
R. Stockton are given. A salutary
by the conductor, Mrs. Mary Mapes
Dodge, is sure to reach the heart
of every child reader and the
hearts of their fathers and mothers
as well. Among the stories wo
lind a charm ing-told account of a
fairy's visit to a bee-hive, by Anuie
Moore; an exceedingly funny little
story by Margaret Ey tinge, and
lively tales hy Paul Port and J. S,
Stacy. Lucretia P. Hale tells the
adventures of a doll, Noah Brooks
has a capital article for boys, called
"By the Sea," and Olive Thorn
talks about a certain "Old-fashioned
There are also interesting de
scriptions of zebras, pnssenger-niir-
cons, the curious inhabitants of the
I'arallono Islands, and tho Piute
Indians, besides bright little "Jin
gles," and a whole page in larero
type for ...-little children witli big
eyes. We must not forget to men;
tion ns nu admirable feature a
short story in German far the ben
eht ol youngsters who are learning
that language. A similar French
story is announced for the next
number. I hen "Jack-in-the-pulpit,"
a curious fellow who is full of little
bits of wit and wisdom, holds forth
most entertainingly; and there are
capital notices of juvenile books,
intended for thoso who will read
the books, and a puzzle depart
ment that will certainly sharpen
liiu n its ui iiiu youugsiers.
It is conducted by Mrs. Mary M
Dodge, and published by Sciubner
ifc Co., G54, Broadway, New York
City. Subscription price $3 per
year. Every child ought to have
it. 2 he Witness or Jfc Arthur En
qui'rcr and St. Nicholas sent one
year for $ t,
Peterson's Magazine for Novcm
ber is on our table, ahead of all
others. The principal steel engrav
ing, "Crossing tho brook," is very
beautiful. So, also, is the mam
moth colored steel fashion plate
A prominent feature of the Maga
zine is its copyright novelettes, two
of which appear in this number,
"Theo," by Miss Hodgson, and
The Lost Inheritance," by Mrs.
Ann S. Stevens, both very far supe
rior to continued stories to bo found
in magazines generally. But, as a
cotemporary says, tho stories, the
fashions, the patterns, in short, ev
erything in "Peterson," is the best
of its kind. The price of the Mag
azine, too, is another thing in its
favor. It is but two dollars a year.
The Prospectus for 1874 1m publish
ed with thia number, and we find
that the prices to clubs are aston
ishingly low, viz: three copies for
$4.50, with a superb Mezzotint (16
inches by 24.) "Not lost but gone
before," to the person getting up
the club; or six copies for .$9.00,
and a copy of the Magazine for
1874 as a premium to the person
getting up the club; or eight copies
for $12.00 and both the extra copy
and tho premium engraving to the
person getting up the club. For
large clubs tho prices aro even low
er. A choice pf eight splendid pre
mium engravings, for framing, is
given for fifty cents extra, to Bub
scribers for "Peteraan" for 1874.
Specimens ftf tho Magazine are sent
giavla If written for, Subscribe for
nothing else uutil you have seeu
copy of this popular Magazine.
Address Chawl.es, j, Peterson, 30G
Cheatnut Street, Philadelphia,
C, W, Hudson, of Marietta Col
lege, will accept thanks for tho
copy of 26 College Ohio, ho sent
us last week, Tho paper is pub
lished 1a tho Interest of tho Mari
The teams and workmon on the
line of the Gallipolis, McArthur St
Columbus Railroad bed moved to
the lino In the vicinity of tho real
donee of II, II, Swaim, throe julles
north of town, last week, The wark
is progressing rapidly,
TflK oplzooyic has again roado its
appearance amonflf tho horSCS til I
. JzT , I
v mwu vvuuiy, e ao nos near 0f
any aorious results, nnd ft-ouv what
we can learn, suppose tb'j disease
prevails In a light forir,;
I1 you want toVuy tho very best
Sewing Machine call at Btxuifo
huust's Thologmph Gallery and
eo Uiq VlcViriu. . If
riiEKn is but little work to bo
done on the three miles of the old
road bed between the "Speed Farm"
1 J t.JTK1.
BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI 1-TboiiB-anils
Imvo ulrcarty gouo, nu,i thousaucU more
aro tui'Diug their oyus towards uew lioraos in
ho fertile West. To those going to Missouri,
Kansnn, Neljrauku, Colonulo, Utah .Wyoming
Nevada, Oregon or California, we recommend
a cheap, safe, quick ami direct route, via St.
Louis, over tlio Pacific Railroad, which runs
Us Uuo Day Couches nud Pullman Sleepers
from St. Louis to principal points In the West,
without eliaugo. Wo liellevo that tlio Mis.
sourl Paclllc Railroad has tho best track and
tlio llnost iiuil sal'tcst eijiiipnieiit ot any lino
wvHtor tho" Mississippi, and its connections
with roads further West ai-o prompt and re
liable. Tho Texas conuoctiou of this road Is
uow completed, aud passengers aro offered a
aUrstelass all-rail route from tit. Louis to
Texas cither over the Minsourl, Kansas &
Texas It. R., via Sednli:i,or ovortlio Allan,
lie A PaclUo It. It,, via Vlnitn. For maps,
time tables, Information as to rates, routes,
&c, wo refill-our readers to 8. H. Thompson,
Eastern I'asseugor Ageut, Columbus, Ohio, or
E. A.Ford, ti'u'r'l Pussengcr Agont, St. Lou
is, Mo. (Juestions will bo cheerfully and
promptly answered. n25-ly
Emigration Turning. Cheap Farms In
South-west Missouri. Tlio Atlnntie 4 Paolllo
Railroad Company offers 1,200,000 acreu of laud
lu Central ami South-west Missouri, at from $3
lo$12peraci-o,ouecvon years' time, -with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purclier
ers. Climate, sod, timbor, mineral wealtht
srbools, churches, and law-abiding society in
vite einigran to from all points to tills laud of
fruits aud flowers. For particulars address A.
Tu, Land Commissioner, St. Louis, Mo. 1-ly
TltKPUBKST Ru-BKiiiBf eon UvibOu.
is iiuzani uaswoirs, maoo on tlio sea shore,
from fresh, selected livers, hy CMswki.l.H az
auu& Co., Now York. It is absolutely pure
aud ticect. Patients who never onco taken It
prefer it to all othors. Physicians have deci
ded It superior to any of tho other oils In the
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing in
South America, as Missionary, discovered a
safe and simple remedy for the euro of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of the
urinary anil seminal organs, and tho whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits. Great numbers have been
cured by this noblo remedy. Prompted by a
desiro to benefit the afllictcd and unfortunato.
1 will send tho receipt for preparing and using
Ills medicine, in a sealed envelope, to any one
who needs it, Fret of Cliarge! Address
ERRORS OF YOUTH. A gontlema
who suffered for yeors from Norvous Debility.
Prematura Decay, ond all tho effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for tho sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need It, thero
clpo and direction for making tho simple
remedy by which ho was cured. Sufferers
Wishinir to nroflt bv tho advert.!
rience can Uo so by aildressing, in perfect con
fidence, JOHN B. OGDEN,
ou-oine. no. couar St., n. v.
For Ayor's Medicines, go to G. W. Sisson'e.
The Best riacc.-Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Qucensware, Glasswaro, Notions, Ac,
can bo had at Davis Duncan's Store, in Za
leski, at nil times.
Com, oats, potatoes and produce of ovo.-y
description taken In exchnngo for goods, it
Ills store. In connection with his storo ho Iias
a Satldlo and Harness Slinn. nnd will remii-
anything in that lino on short notico ami tt
low iigurcs. uo anu sco mm tl
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station 1), Bible House, N. Y. City,
March 19, 1873 7.nl0.
To the Suflferlng.-Tlio Rev. Wm. II. Nor
ton, whilo residiug In Brazil as a Missionary
discovered lu that land of medicines a remedy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Soro Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Aslhina, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has cured myself after nil
other medicines had failed.
Wishing to benellttho suffering, I will send
tlio rocipo for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desiro It, Frecof Charge.'
Please send an envelope, with your name
and address on It. Address,
Rev. WM. II. NORTON,
678 Broadway. Now York City
March 19, 18TJ-v7,ul0.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Slssou'a Dru
For Pure Drugs aud Medicines. tn t m
PlTTSUUItOtj. March. 1872,
We have usod largo qountitics of Bevmer
jiaumnn a i.o.'s stricuy Pure White Lead,
and liavo always for.nd it uniformly and finely
ground, very white nud of excellent bodr.
Its purity we have never questioned, und we
cheerfully recommend it. !
THOMPSON & MILLER.
AMES PAUL'S ESTATE.
PROBATE COURT, VINTON COUKTV, OHIO,
NntfCA In hflrAhv irlnni, T ..1. Y.-..1
. j ------ hi.vu tlini, UIIIIU 1 mil 110
, . y, vaM,bD ,,4 unities xoui,
(loceasod, has filed his account with said es
tate for tlnal settlomeut. and that tho sains is
?So'orj'lr.ll!,f on the s"tn of November,
w.w, , v. nun Mi. a. ii. u. HAI u.
JNovemberti,1873-4t. Probate Judge.
QEORGE BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is horoby given that Mrs. Caroline
Ullom, late Caroline Bull,) as Kxocutrlx of
the will of Gcorirn Itnll. ilm-nuu,..! in. flin,i
her final account herein; and that tlio same
s set for bearing on the 3!ld day of Novem
ber. 1R7H. Mt, 10 nVInxk 1 u
II. B. MAYO,
Octobor SO, 1873. 4t
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ill t nii.vr,, nun nuuiiM-1 ptiKt ill O IIUVH, Bulling
flRFAN'S STflRY. .?i5s!s
. , .I-.... It. ,JFU 1.. ,1 .1 ..111
w w a WUVIIII null liliu ia-
niovs "1'otor Parley." A perfoct Thesaurus
of Adventures upon,and the Wouders beneath
the great Occaus. 225 spirited engravings.
Prico extremely low; soils amazingly fast.
2,000 more live n gents wnntod for this and tho
only COMPLETE, POPULAR and FAST-SELLING
LIVIN&STONE 28 y'rs in AFRICA,
'the greatest success of the season.) Alsnnur
splendid new Blblo, lust ready nnd far excel
ling all others. Pocket Companion nnd full
circulars free. Address UCBBAUD BllOS..
Pub s., Cincinnati, O. 4t.
Write for Large Illustrated Prico List.
'SH1THF1EL0SI PITTSeU&GH PA.
Brcech-londincr Shot Rims tin tii!fcl(K). TimiU-
i,.:iivuilllB.,ij lu 1-iuv. rcuiKiu uillis, ,J TO
$20. llilles, 60 to 75. Itevoivers, M to 23.
Pistols, tl to JH. tiun Material, Fishing-Tack.
11 Utii-., fl.,,.a U ... LJ1 I. , - .n .
iu. i.ihku discount 10 isomers or i niin.
Army Guns, Itevoivers, Ac, bougl-.tor traded
for. Goods sent bv cxnress C.f i. in iu, ,v
mnincd before paid for. 4W.
AGENTS WANTV, vnn tiie
OF TKiS UNITED STATES :
f-howluj tho gigantic result of tho "First
100 lc.rs of tlio Kepiiblic," a book overy
biid'' wants. Send for circular. Address,
7-'l-'GLEKMcCUKDY,lS0 W. Fourth St.,
Cincinnati, 0. 4t.
SJiO SAVED r
To meet tho urgent demand of tho times the
Florence Sewing Machine Co.,
have determined to
And will bereufter sell their (IkS Muchiuo for
H", and other styles in proportion,
Is tho only Sewing Machine that feeds tho
work backward and forward, or to right and
loft, ns the purchaser may prefer. It has been
greatly Improved and Simplified, and is far
etter than any other machine iu tho market.
IT IS 0 W THE CUE A PEST.
Florence Mass., Nov. 1st Agents Wanted.
J tnrrh rtot:?ody '1
cures by 11 1 i-ul l, l:cnl- M
iir.g proper; !e.i,ti-i.ien
i i xr,'--,--
ijf i i been put In perfect
tA 1 order with Doctor
Tito A ! I Wtrnvni-v. which dhoukl
II be taken curncslly to correct blood and
HySlCin, Willi II ill U UlUJo nimuiii mo"
to act Bpcclflcnliy, upon tho diseased
gl.iwU of tho noso and Its chambers.
Catarrh Kcmedv f hould bo applied with
Mr. ncrco's Nasal voitcuotwun yt
which medic lno can bo carried Aifft up
ami pereeUjt npiilied toall parts of pa,.
Enirrs and cnanibcrs In which sorcVnri
&fl ulcci-a cxist.nndfrom whlca diachnrgo
s procco-is. rx tiicccoani) ;iasuiis cjourse
.1 of treatment proven, th'it tho proprietor
l oners voou moiv.ro ior a caso oi
1 " CUd in llcml " t,r Catarrh which ho
I J cannot cure. Tb-3 two medicines with
1 insirumeni, ior ikj, uy nu uruggisis.
T T7 T7CJJ1 nn Oirrht Last and Dost com
ittHbu OH 0lUli binntion for Can
vassers, Agonts nndSalesincnl 1IENRV WARD
Bkkcukr'b family newspaper starts its Fall
campaign, giving subscribers a pair of the
largest and finest OLKOGKAI'HS two most
attractive subjects that "take" on sight
painted by Mrs. Anderson, as contrasts aud
companions of her "Wido Awako" and "Fast
Asleep." Agents have immense success; call
It the "best business ever offered canvasser .
We furnish tho lightest and handsomest out
fit aud pay vory lilgn commissions, jjIM.n
suoscrioer. oiu or now, receive wuuou't delay
n.,..,o nwiiw .uug IIUIUIJ. JUU-.nalS, DClllg
so popular that ol its clns it ha'H nH, largest
circulation in the world I Knr()k,vs the best
literary talent. Edward. Ijgleston's great
uinnl bIh.ij klntl turn wl .."S . . . P .
- ,1 j V "H"-.uini : oacK cnapiurs
sifiipliod to each snl'crWr. Mrs. stowo'i
long eqiieotod soqtip', to "M'y Wife and I" be
glnsiu thonowyal., Anyonewisblngagood
salary or an JpepondciUbuslucss.shonld send
i"1?? andleri to J. It. t (IENT8
''cW .Ciu?, or Su'u Francisco. 4w. '
ONLY OOWN MEDICINE
THAT AT TIIKSillETIMK
Purges, Furljten, and Strengthen the Syitcm,
Ir. Tntt's Pills aro composed ofmauy In
gredients, Prominent nnioiig them nro Sarsa
parlllit and and Wild Cherry, so nulled ns to
act tngethor; tlio ono, through its admixture
with oilier substances, purifying and purg
ing; while tlio other Is strengthening the sys
tem . Thus tliesn pills aro at the same time n
tonic and a cathartic, a ileslderutiiiu long
sought for by medical men, but never before
discovered, in other words, they do tho work
of two medicine and doltuiiicli licllei Hum
any two we know of, for t hey remove nothing
from the system but impurities, so thai while
they purge tliev nlso strengthen and hence
they ennso no debility and are followed by no
lilt. TiiTT-n I'im.r hnvo n wonderful Influ
ence on the blond. They not only piiril'v with
out weakening It, hut they remove all nox
ious particles from tho eh vie before It is con
verted into fluid, and thus makes Impure
blood an utter impossibility. As there is uo
debilitation, so tbero is no unust-H or sickness
attending tho oppcrtktlou of this most excel
lent medlclim, which never strnlnsor tortures
the digestive organs, but muxes them to work
in a perfectly milliner ; houro persons taking
them do not become pale and emaciated, but
on thocnnliii " , whiln nil lippni'ities are be
ing removed, no combined action of the Kar
saparulla and Wild Chorrv purities and Invig
orates thy body,nnd a robust statu of health Ik
thn result of their united action .
Price Vfi cts. nbox. Sold hv all Druggists.
n...i.,.,,,Ki n ri,..ii.tl,lli..iil
DAN. WILL &. BROTHERS
When a Panic Comes
G-oods Bought Low for Cash
and "will Sold
Ten Per Cent Cheaper ton any' House in Vinton Connty.
They are now Eevolutionizing the Vinton County Market I
Goods that nro fine, and Goods that nro rare,
Goods that aro rich nnd Goods that will wear,
Goods that are cheap, of quality good,
Far better than elsewhere, that's well understood.
The assortment is large and remarkably varied TIIE MOST COM
PLETE STOCK ever beforo offered by this House.
THEY HAVE AT
FVi" 3 Ton, Boys and Children.
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, ALPACAS,
Silks, Cashmeres, French and English Merinos,
CAMELS HAIR CLOTH,
SYRIAN COSTUME CLOTH,
NAVY BLUE, GREY, GOLD, GREEN
' AND BLACK WATER PROOF CLOTH ;
nATS AND CAPS, LATEST STYLES.
Oastom-Mado Boots and Slioes.
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY NOTIONS,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Trunks, Valises,
Shawls, White and Colored Blankets, Ladies'
Fancy Winter Gloves, &c, &c.
A Complete Assortment of Choice
gJfFGo and seo their Goods !
better satisfaction, and make more
than any other House, because they
" W ILL 3IEKT
S. C. SWIFT.
"Will Meet the Market in Price
They are now prepared to give
men, women and children happy
nmko them more comfortable for
S. C. Swift,
WE have purchased nnd lit toil up tlio
sbovo mills, and solicit the triulo of
tlio farinora of this vloiulty.
Special attention given to
CU TO 31 WORK,
Aud euro glvou to please all ciutomcrn. Mr.
A. A. C'OZZEN'S, an experienced miller, lm
chargo of tho mill, uul will not full to dual
fairly aud glvo general aat lsfuutlou.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand, and for inle at
LOWEST MARKET i'RICKS.
July 80,-1818. COZZEN8 & JOHNSON.
AGRICULTURAL AND COAL
LANDS FOR SALE.
Consisting of 800 ncrei", ol Hinted lu Maillxoil
nu'nuhln. Villi, Hi 'unlit V. Ohio, four lllllc
lVom McArthur, nnd ono mils Irom Vinton
Station, on tho Miii'lnliiL & Ciucitlliivtl Knil
road, on tho road loading from McArthur to
Atheni, Ohio. 1 Oil aunt in" Wood I.imd; hnU
nnce uudor oiiltlvutioui 114 now ol' lloltoiil
Lund. Well wiitwrod. Suillclmilly lurif" for
two III! ms. Two dwolllufr Iiouhi'kiiimI nil ill III
or InilldlnKa, HliAiit l-Sot u iiillv iiiunl, uiioil
tlm mvmiu!. In a good miiKhhoi bood nnd in
tho . j
GnKATKST Coa Keoion
On tho lino of mild linllinnd. Tli;io nro II
Vi'lm of Colli, fo.t in IhiflkiKvn on i lie j rcu -
lsH. uuo vein eovoii llio niin o unai 01
one coTOra all exoont -10 noi and '" ''yi'rtj
nil except about
.... .....I.. At
Swlleli, riniulOK '" M'""
Station to Vinton Kiirnnw; n . nwHi li cun ll
jiiv.iimiiiv itniif Hit. rndil lo lliet'oal
VoIiih. Any'iiuiKon wniillnjr rrty f th
dencrlutlon. could not do holler than iMU'chaw
thin. ' , . I
)K5 Huron of the llind hel.nu 'r- ,","I'"K
who will alvo anv fiu ihei' till Vomtloii tn a
niny lo doHirod. Will wll lit u harwiin. ji
one half U paid nt or uliuiit thn t m " """f
tho buyor may liavo aurh tlmo ' delmryi
payment, not to oxoeod tun w 11 5 lJvBi
ait will bo lalUfantory. IimiiiIi "l"'" 1
liremlnenor inlilix'im If. B.UK u, U,.J
JiUyjL.Ifi'MI. ..,,,., Vinton HI
ITII Itg Rloomy nttciidautu, lot
nnlrlti. denrcaalon. involuutmrv
Mnliiloui, loa of a.men, apoiniM
torrhuot, loi. of power, Uisay heart,
ioai ui memory, ant tnrralnuen lm
pottno, and linberllKy, find a .OTr
elun cure la HHMl'IlllEV no,Mli.
wPatiiio hpj;cifo. Nn. TIVKTI".
Jillill X. TniS BOVEH1.10N KEAIKDY tonct
up the nystcm. arrmta tho Uiwhanrca. and 1m.
part. viRor anil euenry, lifo and tltality to the
entire iniin. 'Xhej hum oured thousiuidi of oeeee.
trim, 16 psr puokuae of live bo.nd ahwrell
Tiirt, which ii very important in obatiniit or old
eaui, or 1 per einRl. box. Bold hj ALL Drug
rigta, and Mnthr roHllou reiiptof prtoc. Addrme
UUMPimKYfl' HOMKOPATHIO MHD1CIN11
CO., 004 BuoADWiV, lu Y. Bund fpr d-nlar.
.liiNt imiIiIIhIiimI: ii new edition of lr. CJul-
ciire (wlthoiil medlelni)) of Si'ltnn itnliHilOllA
lf-lndiiliji'iii o iirnexiiiil I'Mrnvliganci.
i?ff-VikH lu n Hciiled onvvl'ipe ouly tlx
Tln'veli hiiiledniilhr, In thU admirable e.
..... i,,,.n- iiiiiiiuiiHLiiiteii from a thirty yoare'
Kii'iTOodul piai'lliK', Hint tho alnrnilntt coin.
iniKinoH nl noll'-iilniBO may ho radically enrrd
without the iliuiiceroue no of Internal medi
cine or thn iimilU'iitlon of the Vnifo( pointing
...,i H iinulii of euro atone ilmple, oortnln and
olloc.tmtl, byinean of which evory fiiirorer,
iioinniturwhnt tile condition may he, may
euro hlnwelf cheaply, privately and radl
....ii.. iKjrThlii lecture aliould bo In tho handn of
Ovnry yoiun auu mm j
dont. iiminr cnl. in a iilaln onvolope, to any
ftddre, poet-poM, on twolpt of U ecuU, or
two poHtnueilainp". ' '
price Ml ecu t.
Addrom llio IuhUhorit.
(.11 AH. .l.C. KMNK CO
ISt Bowery, New Vork, 1', U. Boa ifim.
oi' Soiiljniu ivriiKin-K, hitiuu;" i . v. .......
LotmeH, Ijiiiioleney, Mi'iilnl uml rhyolnil lu
CHpimltv, liiii-edliiionlH to MiirrliittK, ptc! lilo
I'oiiHiiiniitlcin, Kpllepny and Kiln, Indnecil hy
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
On and after November t, 1818, Traina will
run a folio wa:
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i a : i : i : : : : : : i i i : ii :fl
5C a : : : : : :::::: t : :i :
3 i i: : : I :
i a' : : i : : : ; i : : : : i : i :
8 ; . i i ; ; i ; ; ; ; ;
,rfa : : : :S : :::::::: : : : :
Si ':: :::::::: : : i :
CINCINNATI EXPKK8S will run dally. All
other trnine daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXfltESS, KAST, maket B0
stop between Haradea and Atbena.
x a " t. a,
a : : : : : : : : :
:::::: j j i j : : : .
::!!;: :iS I ! ! i i :
s Skills H'Slfi'Sa'S iiii
x I b tt
; B ; ; ; ;
. "0 '. : :
8:48 p.m. T:)Ua.ai.
4:21 " 8:08
8:45 " 1030
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND
For all nointa on tho Little Miami Railroad,
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Bail
road junction lor an poims went.
W. W. rEABODT,
alastcr ol XranKportution.
la in ndvnnce of all comDotltora. It in t'a
only lino running through car to the Weat
Omnibus traimfer, ferriage, all changes and
dclavs avoided by running THREE SPB
CIAl. DAILY LINES Of THROUGH
COCHES, Aa Jollowe:
For all polnta in
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8:40)
p. v., Indianapol'S at 8: 45 A.M.. runnlnf
through Illooinington, Peoria, tialeaburg,
Burlington, Ottuinwaaod Creuton, arriTlngal
OMAHA at 10:00 A. u.. NEXT DAY, bouraia
advance of any other route, making but en
change of can to
Get your tickets via Indian apolla and Vcoria
Vor all point iu
Kanaai, Colorado and tha Sonthweit
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8:
v. at ., Indianapolis at 8: 00 p. u., runnink
through Danville, Decatur, Jackaonvltle aa?
Quiucr, arriving In KANSAS CITY at I: &
v. M., NEXT DAY, hours in advance of fu
Louis lines, making but one change of cart t
UUMBOLT, FT. SCOTT and DENVER.
Get your tickets via Iudianapolia, Dauvllle
Rock Island and Davenport,
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 1 48
p. x., Indianapolis at 8:00 r. v. runs'ag
through Bloomington. I'eoria and Galva, ar
riving at ROCK ISLAND at 10: 80 A. St., DA.
VENPORT at 11: on a.m., next day, making
hut one change of can for poiuta in
K0BTHERK ILLINOIS and IOWA.
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peer) a.
Pullman's Pakca Srawing-Boom
and Sleeping Cars.
Run through from Cincinnati to Peoria and
Indianapolis to Rock Island.
Traveler to any Western point ean 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 equipment
and quick time, this route Is now ike great
popular thorovghjnre between tht Eaet and
O.W.SMITH, Oen'1 Manager.
JNO. Vf. BROWN, Gen. Fa-. A Tkt. Jgt.,
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
Great National Short Line Route East and West.
Only Direct Kouta to the National Capl
tol and Eastward.
flu und nfter Monday, November 10, Trains
will run as follows:
Hiii oHi'S Forrv. . . .
0 55 Am
8 m Pin
8 Oil '
8 55 "
10 00 "
II nl II more
8 80 Am
8 50 A us
8 45 I'm
4 06 Am
8 59 '
8 45 Ana
Pullman Palao Drawing Boom Blaepini Oars,
Which are ascninforliihle. elegantly furnished
and nhnoHt cuual to a Oro.idil, are on all
traliiH f iiiita t'lnrliinntl lo llnitlmore anil
VYiixhiiifrlnn. rlee Mchedulo of I incinuatl aaj
Miii letlii llallrond for liniuof airivlugaud U
purling from MoArthnr.
The ndvantages of this rout over all other
Is, that it give, all travelers holding througl
tickets tho privllega of visiting lUltliiiiiis
I'liilailelphla; ud th National Capitol fie.
Tlmo qulokeraud ratoa of fura lower (has
bv another route.
'Tho scenery along this Ttallway Is nn
equnlled for grandeur on this Continent.
70 SIlfPXBS Of FREIOUT.
This lln ofTurs superior indurnintsv-IW
ratos being onn-lblid lower to and Iroiu llo.
ton, New York, or any oilier eastern vol"1
In ordering gmKlsof any description Iroio the
Kuxt give illrerilons to ship Jlali.lmvia A
.l.l.. V, tl ... A I- L.. ..!. ii
OliloTt. It., and In slilMiliii Kust viv uma ,u
rerllnns. Freights slilpinnl hv this route III
have ilcupMi b, and Ii namllei) with cat ami
(en, Freight Ag't Dalvluutrt
Den, Tli kot Ag't, llaltlnie!.
. K. II. JON K,
tien.I'ass. Ag'k.Clneluaari.' 1