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THE VINTON RECORD.
MoAKTHUK, 011IQ,-.
TIIUnSDAY.APItIL10.1873
ELECTION.
Every TMoffls Lovely and the
MkIiUiI mb Kalkelater" adds
up W Majority.
ss2
0 T THK BIPPOZOO.
.fCM--
CLTPOOLB AT 9 P. M., APR1L-7,
SLIDING OUT ON UI3 BAR.
lua Zciuubiatlu Eiiyutrvr
two weeks siuce looknd like it
was edited and controlled by a
gentleman; the friends of
Wells were in doubt as to the
results. La9t week, the En
quirer come out with three
col umns of lies and slanders
and Wells stock went up im
mediately. We give the results and
tender the thanks of Wells to
the Enquirer blackguard for
the valuable service he render
ed during the short campaign:
MAJORITES
Claypoole received in
Eagle 13
Madison 5
Kichland 26
Vinton S3
97
Wells received in
Harrison 58
Jackson 31
Swan 110
Elk 17
Clinton 99
Brown 4
Knox 33
Wilkesville 105
457
Majority for Wells. ...360
The Administration has de
termined to suspend for the
present all proceedings against
the persons indicted in the
Southern States for violating
the Enforcement Act and be
ing members of the Ku-Klux-Elan.
Attorner-General Will
iams says if this step should be
followed by no farther viola
tion ot these laws the prosecu
(ions now pending will be en
tirely suspended. But, on the
contrary, if the laws are not
respected the prosecutions
will be pushed vigorously.
There are more than a thous
and of these cases pending in
the United Stales Courts.
The Highland Mews says:
We have no desire to screen
the Republicans who voted for
the plunder, and we predict
that every one of them will be
repudiated by their Republic
an constituents at the first op
portunity; but will the Democ
racy uiete out the same justice
to their offenders? Not if all
the Dam cratic papers persue
the same course as the Hills
boro Uazotte, in concealing
the tact that the majority of
the Democrats in Congress vo
ted for the steal, while the ma
jority of the Republicans vo
ted against it
Five small German children
belonging to families residing
just weet of Columbus, while
wandering in the fields last
Friday, found and ate some
poisonous herbs, supposed to
be bounds-tongue or wild pars
nip, and were immediately at
tacked with a deathly sickness.
Before medical aid arrived two
of them, little girls under nine
years of age, named Stoppel,
died.
The entire scalp ot a man,
with hair and ears, together
with the whole lace, with eyes
nnd tongue, was found in the
side Capitol grounds at. Wash
ington, D. C, last Saturday
morning. The police as yet
have not solved the mystery,
but the probabilities are that
the remains were brought
from some dissecting room and
thrown into the grounds.
Individuals die, but princl-j
pies live forever 1 A party
may bury a host of leaders,
yet if it adheres to prnciple
its strength remains unimpair
ed. The principles of justice
underlie the Republican party.
They forced it into being; they
sustained it through unequal
conflict; they upheld it in the
hour of supreme trial. Th
people endorsed it because it
proclaimed freedom as the
birth-right of man, and because
they saw in it the only power
that could overthrow the des
potiam of human slavery and
the corrupt party that stood
bo'.ween it and outraged liber
ty. It accomplished what it
set out to do. The institution
ot slavery is no more. The
chattels of yesterday have
been transformed iuto the
freemen of to-day. The Dem
ocratic party exists only in
ska teadittono of -the poot. - A.
new era has dawned npon
American civilization. This
glorious work has been the
work ot the people. They
have recognized and followed
leaders as long as those lead
ers showed devotion to the
principles of the party. They
abandoned them when they
found them untrue to the trust
confided in them. The lead
ers of the past are not the
leaders of the present. A few
have survived the temptations
and trials of years, but the
many have either fallen in
honorable service, or been left
behind because they were
found unworthy to lead the
advance. Still the parly lives,
because its principles are as
pure and strong as ever. That
bad men have crept into its
ranks and worn its honors can
not be denied; but when dis
covered they have been driven
from power as unworth tf
trust. We have an abiding
faith in the Republican party.
As long as the people of the
nation endorse the principles
of justice, the party will live
and exert a controlling influ
ence on national affairs.
From time to time we shall
hear of official corruption, but
in the future, as in the past,
the Republican party will
neither justify, nor defend it.
It has already given abundant
evidence of its intention to
ferret out and punish rascality
wherever found. The party
that keeps a vigilant eye upon
its own members, that is quick
to expose the short comings of
its own leaders, that had set
its lace against corruption in
whatever form it appears, is a
safe party to trust. It is too
early to begin another cam
paign, but we warn our Dem
ocratic friends not to take
much " stock in the Liberal
machine that is being con
structed tosmash the glorious
Washington
Republic.
The Pope is reported to be
very feeble. Should he live
until May, he will be eighty
one years of age, according to
the ordinary statements. . It
has been alleeed, however,
that 1790, instead 1792, was
the real date of his birth. II
this is true, he is far advanced
in his eighty third year. He
has reigned longer than any
Pope, not only having seen,
but surpassed the years of
Peter, and has experienced
troubles enough to have shat
tered any but the strongest
constitution. About a year
ago he lost a brother who was
well up in the nineties, but
the nonagenarian never had
half as many vexations as the
Pope. Should the latter die,
it will be interesting to see
whether the election of a suc
cessor as thoroughly subservi
ent to the Jesuits will be al
lowed by the political powers
of the continent.
Last Thursday two men em
ployed in Koen's nursery, four
miles east of Memphis, had an
altercation, which resulted in
one of them, Morris J. Bower?,
shooting the other, James
Patterson, causing his death
in a few hours.
A mass meeting of ladies
was held at St. Louis, April 6,
to consider the Social Evil
law in that city, and to devise
means for its repeal. Quite
a number of prominent ladies
were present, and two or three
clergymen. Fifteen letters was
read from several ministers of
the Gospel and physicians, tak
ing strong grounds against the
law. Two or three speeches
were made by gentlemen pres
ent including one by Mayor
Brown, who regretted that the
discussion was confined to one
side of the question, as there
were many interesting and
important facts involved in the
case and which could be said
on both sides. Resolutions
were adopted declaring against
any compromise with vice and
directing the repeal ot the or
dinance. The police at a late hour
rftidod-th it no houses of the
city, captured seme sixty-five
players and seized the ap
paratus of the various houses
vitited
A local row among the Re
publicans in Connecticut and
the popular indignation at
the salary grab and the Credit
Mobilier exposure have united
to give Connecticut to the
Democrats. Ingersoll, the
Democratic candidate for Gov
ernor, has a majority of proba
bly 4.000.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
SHERIFFS SALE.
Slate of Ohio, Vlnen Coantyt
John Madcrin, Plaintiff,
Against
Seneoa W. Ely, et al, Defendants.
Jn Vinton Count) Court ot rimnt Pleat, Order (
Bain in Partition.
PURS"ANT In the command nf an Order nf
"' In Partition leaned from the rnnrt rf
rommm Pless nf Vinton rnnntf and In me
directed uhift -f aaid county. I will flr
for Ml th'doorol thar urt House, in the
lown of McA rthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Friday.the lCfft Launf May. A. D. 1873
the hour nf 1 o'clock P. M. of aalil dae the
following lands and tenements, situate In the
county -fVintnn end Slste orohln, to wit:
lt. Thiitith halfofthaaniilheaatqiiar.
ternf asclion No. 2. townhip No. 11 , nn-1
"M No. IT. containing eight? acres mere or
lean. "sot tract being appraised at sixteen
hundred dollars (1.oo
2nd 'io th north helfef the north east
quarter of "ctinn In 84. tnwnhin No. 11,
end ranee No. 17. containing eiohty aeres fanl
more or 'e- Q'd trset ting snprs'-o.
fourteen hundred and frtv dollars. (11,440.1
Srd. Alao the ent.hnll of the nnr'h.ei.t
quarter ot "tinn No. ?4. lownhin tin 11.
end ranee No, 17, enntsinin ao seres, more
or Appraised et twelve hundred dollar
(II
4th. A'" the north half nf the snnthweat
quarter nf section No 84. township No 11. end
Rent No. 17, enntiinlng eichtv'scres more or
tpnrni.'d at twelve hundred and eighty
dn'rfl.?M
6'h. AIo th wet half ot the norlh.wt
Oitarler nf s-mcI section No 21. town.hln and
rente nfnrca'd. containing eighty (M area
more or leea. tnir-oaed at thirteen hundred
and twenty dollar (l ..ISO 1
lh Alan tha north halfof the north-ami
quarter of aectinn No. ?3. tiwn.hin an! ranee
aforesaid, excepting ten acres off tha wel
end of iaid tract leavine evenlT nni acrM
more ora Annrai.ad at IweWa hundred
nH eighty dolliri (I1.JH01
7th. AI'O the ennth-eiit qnartar of the
north-ea.t quarter of aaotton No 2.1. township
eai ranee aforriaid, ex"t three (SI aera
belong ncr to ht ia known aa the George W
Oli.tm Farm arp-ai.ad at six hundred and
twenty-nine dollar. (ii29
lh. Alnthe north half of the lh annth.
eat ntta'tor of reo'ion No. TK "wnhin n1
ranee aforeaOd, conlain'ng eighty (Ml acre,
more or ! tppraiaedat aiiteen hundred
dollral1.afl0.l
S'h Alao the north aaat nuarter of the
eoath'We't quarter or eection No. 23, townahin
No. 11, and rng No. 17, containing 41 M
acraa mora or lea p"'ad at ecren hun
drd end twente dollar (720.l
Kxcentlng from ahva tracla 117 acres ntl
the eiet ptrt thereof heretofore aoH to one
Pitnok 1.ear hy W. W, and W. B. Madtera,
dfltad .Iqne IIU.
Eaoh tract of ihe ahora dpacrihed landa and
lnmnt mint bring two-thirds f theap
prniapd value.
Ordered to he anld In certain partition pro
ceedinga lately pending in the Court of ftnm.
"on Pleaa of said county, wherein John Ma
diera was petitioners and Seneca W. Ely
etal were defendants.
TERMS OF SALE.
One third caali In hand: and ona third In
on year end one third In two Tears from
dar of tale. Deferred pavmenta to hear in
teraat et a per cent, per annum and to be se
cured by mortgage on the nremea told.
flhOROB KALKR,
Bhenffo' Vinton county.
Bonn CI. Jnana, Attorney for plaintiff.
April 10, 1873. 6w
LEGAL NOTICE.
Mary A. Dehgh, pltf.n In Vinton Coonty.O.,
Ta. VCourl Common Pleas.
John W, Sain, deft.) Baatardya attachment
THE said John W. Bain, Defendant, of tha
Btate of Indians, will take notice that Ms
rr A. iJeflgh, deiendant, of aaid county of
union, aiu oninez'tn aayor f enruary, A.
D. 1873, Hie her complaint, made before Isaac
neynoius, i . f. oi earn Vinton county, and
tranocriDt of the uroceedinaa before aaid Jua.
tice of the Peace, in bastardy, in the said Court
oi common rieas. agsmsi ine .sin oeienaant,
and which pro-ieedings are now peuding in
aaid Court, (or the purpese of baring s trial
ana anal adjudication thereon, charging in
said complaint, among other things, thalthe
said pUintifl is the mother of a bastard child,
that the said defendant accused therein ia the
father of aaid child That the said detendanl
ao charged, absconded from this Blste, with
intent to delraud complainant, and that aaid
accused is a nonreident of the 8tte of Ohio,
and that en order of attachment has been is
sued end serTed therein; and br virtneof
aid order of attachment Geo. Kaler, blienfl
of said county of Vinton attached the follow,
ing real aetata situated in aaid Vinton county,
as the property of said defendant, John W.
8aln, to wit: The one nndirided tenth part
of Ihe North Wert quarter of section number
three, in lewnship number twelve, of range
number eerenteen, containing 173 acre, (ex
cept of an acre ot! th south aide of said
N. W. quarter, heretofore Md by Phillip
Bain,) also the one undivided tenth pert of
in.lc ta number 28 and 32, m the town ot New
Ml. Pleasant, Vinton county, Ohio, as re
corded In plot of said town, thstssid pro.
ceeding will be for hearing at Ihe next term
of ssid Court, or so soon'thereafter as eounsel
can be heard, and that, plaintiff will sk fur
an order or decree for ssle of said realty, and
Jroceeds or so much thereof not ex' ceding
1.000 as may be neceaasrr to satislr plaintiffs
claim herein. MARY A UKHr-H.
Ht BeaTTosj A HnrroK, Att'ya for plt'fl.
March 13th, 1873.
USE the Reiingor Sash Lock And Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS!
Nosnriugto bre-ik, no cutting of ssh; cheap,
durable, rery easily applied; holds aah at
any piare aoiren, ann a eeiMaatener when
the Man Is down, t-t-n.l slsmp for circular.
; Uireiilar and six cnpperbronsd locks nt to
sny Vidros in the U. H , postpaid, on receipt
ot Mda. (.iberal inducvmenU to the trade.
Agents wanted, a.ldreas KCIBINuKR SA-" H
1 LOCK 00., lo. 118 Market 8t Harri.bar(,Fa
HORSEMEN
WILL And the Record office aupplled with
tha iaret at assortment of Hore and Jack
cula to be found in any office in this section
or the Btate.
Bills Printed on Short Notice
NOTICE
-o r-
Intentlon to Build Bridges.
NOTICE ia heresv given that the Cnmtnia
aioners of Vinton couoly, Ohio, intend to
build
Til It 12 C BRIDttUS,
at the points and places of travel, as follows,
to wit:
Osa Covann BaiMi with 0tom Asutmrmts,
BIG RACCOON CREEK,
in Brown towaghip, Virion county, Ohio,
near the Mill or Daniel Worttnin, one
Cover'd Bridge with EtoneAbutm'ts
n across
LITTLE RACCOON CREEK
in Clinton totrtiHhlp. Vinton count", Ohio, on
the road leadingfrnm Hamden to Wilkesville,
near the residence ol Henry C. Kobbins; one
Open Bridge with Stone Abutments,
across
BIG RACCOON CHEEK
in Knox township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
ine resiuenee ot esmuei Been ley. ina
Plans and SpecltTcallons
of said Bridges sre on Ale In the Auditor's of
fice ofaatd county, end a re open lor In-pection
by all psrtiea concerned or mtereaied in Ihe
examination nf the same and Ihe construc
tion of said ondgea.
Petitions for and Remonstrances Against
Ihe propoaed construction of aaid Bridges as
named knd located, will be panned upuu on
Tuesday, the 29A day of April, 1873,
at 3 o'clock P. M. of aaid day.
Hy order of the Commiaaionera.
W.W BKLFiIRP,
Auditor, Viuton County.
April 3, 1873. 4w
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS,
N;
'OTnE ia hereby given ihataenled propo
snls vill be received at the
AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
M'ARTHUR
Vinton County, Ohio,
Until
O'CLOCK
-ON-
Tuesday.the 29th Day of April, 1873
for Ihe building of
Two Covered Bridges,
-AND-
One Open Bridge,
at Ihe places herein described, as follows
to wit: one
CovcssB Bainua with Stuns Adutmcnts
Across
BIG EACCOON CREEK,
in Rrown townahin. Vinton countv. Ohm.
near the mill of faniel Wortman, alao one
Covered Bridge Kith Stone Abutments
Acroaa
LILTLE RltCOO.V CREEK,
in Clinton tnwnahip, Vinton county. Ohio,
on ine roa.i leaning rrom llamdrn to wiikea
ville near the residence of Henry C. Robbius,
anu aiao one
OPEN BRIDGE WITH STONE ABUTMENTS
Across
DIG RACCOON CREEK
In Knox township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
ine resiuenee oisamuei ueckiey.
Centractsrs te famish all the Materials.
Plans and Specifications.
sre on Ale for Inspection at (fa Auditor's Of.
flee. All bidders lor contract or contracts sre
required to tile with his bid or bids, a bond in
double the sinour t of .such bid or bids, wi' h
good snd rsapoosible surety or sureties, to
(he scceptiince of tho Commissioners for the
laitmui completion or sich work.
The Commirsinners, however, reserve the
ngnt to reject sny anj all bwis.
By order of the Commisaionera.
W.W. BELFORD,
Andltor of Vinton County.
April 3,1873. 4w
D. M. FERRY'S
AND
BRIGGS & BRO'S-
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUG STORE OF
WOLF.PEARCE&CO,
Nortli Side Main St, two Soon
West of Market,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction,
BEST IN THE MARKET.
HI Bs
The Thoro'bred Horse
Will atand ihe ensuing season, commencing
April 1, snd ending July 1. 1871. st The
Owner's Htable In in Jackson Township,
auul Vlciuity.
DESCRIPTION.
r .n ! healthful dnnnle bay. Wl4 hands
high, eeight 1.4m pounds, It years old. He is
iwasea.eo ot grein airrnmn aini . v..-
durance, having proved to be Ihe best dtnfl
stock here. . .
PEDIGREE.
I- WIMnar ImnAvlArl fmitl
Enuland, In dHtn was Bonnie Scotland, im-
r L....tLnl Umh Hatm anfl irP
IIOrM'U iroill rtuiipun. ..was. a..--..
were imported hy J- Conner tod brought to
est f ... uKi.th tttatsa I nmil taVMsl
I ennrt19lea HU1M ffiais-is a,.n. "P.
Drought to ViQtOO counijf, lasiiiumiiier.
TERMS :
9 to insure. Trading or parting with mare
forfeits inaurnnce. ..
. A. C. WliSLfcl, owner.
3apr3t
APRIL IOECTION.
SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION.
Bill
A KKIFPj OFFICE,")
rlNTOS COUKTT, O., V
Mnrch 1, A. b. 1873. J
Vn
To the Qimliflrd Yotert of Vinton Cosjf, 0i'o :
WrlKKEAh.by the lss of Ohio regulating
Elections it is required ol the Hheritf of his
Uouity lo give notice before the time of hold
leg a general Election by Proclamation
throughout the countv of the time on which
auch Elect ion shitl I be hnblen.
In pusKuance of such reqniaitinn, I,
fiEORi.K KAI,ER,!hcrit! of Vinton County,
Ohio, do hereby pioclaim and tnnke known
lhat the
First Monday of April 1873,
(Being the 7th Day of said Month,)
is by the laws nf Ohio appointed tho day on
which the qualified elector of Vinton County
are notified tu meet in their respective Town
hiua.si their usual or proper place of hold,
ing April election, between the hours of 6
o'clock in the forenoon and (o'clock in the
afternoon ol ea d dn', and then snd I here urn
ceed to vole by buliot for the following officer,
to wit t
One Delegate to the Constitutional
Convention.
for Vinton County, Ohio.
dim vmlrr my Amir', at vhi nfflre, in McArthur,
IAi.W(f,iuoJl,ir,,l. . 17.1.
(iKOIUJE KAI.F.It,
Hherifraf Viutou l oiiuiy, Ohio.
OmarlM.td
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miring Ihe next two terms by teachers and
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HTJLBERT HOUSE.
Main Street, Opposite Court House
McA rthur, Ohio,
JAMFS WORKMAN, Proirietor
ImVE tsken pnaaeaalon of Ihealiove hotel,
renovated and panlv reftirni'lied it, and
wil, I glad lo serie ihe olrt i-nt"mera of the
henae, and cie.-ially my old fnenda ot Ihn
Mocking Valley who may he visum this
point I'hetatils will bit fiirntahed with Ihe
beat I he market atlor ls.aiid care taken
make gne-ta comlorUhla. tjood atalilir.g at.
ta'hrd to the house; Charges reaaonabla.
Umax 1173
Slill'ili
flip
WALL PAPKH.
WINDOW SHADES.
BjaS w waaj
Union Blook, Beoond St. Chillioothe,
.rw.wm ... ...iuHiinn nr haiiiaMfeiienerii of
X all I S3 JlaA;o a.
Paper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
FOB THK
Spring Trade of 1873
. -a . I..- .kuisilafalff f!ll Bifid
. enn mrtt 111 l.tUl llOOlhe.
Linen and Paper Window Shadet. Hue-
metif of Miscellaneous and
School Looks, Stationery, fancy
Articles, tc.
FARMS FOR SALE.
'IHB fajm on which I now reside in Jack
s sun hi.iipii..i . -
ville, snd containing nearly hi hundred acres
1 1., snd containing about Si acres. 1 will sell
either or
BOTH FARMS AT A BAItGAHr.
nun m. lurm I i.ii.nv luniiiiii.i ..vr vu t
For flintier information call on or write to
mn itireetatl to UI1WR. Pike ttO , O, The
lirat farm is in one of the most deairat.le itu
niiiinw m thH townahin The farm in l.iber-
Ivltownahipisvery convenient to the depot
at Lonoonaerry. mw -"J.
27lcblS7a
Lamb's Ointment.
THIS highly popular article Is unequalled
bnny other application lor Ihe cure ot
Agie in the Bread, Caling of the Jfi'li, or Tumort
Jrom other cante; rretn nonmie or ur.i.R,
rrr Soret. or other od ttorw or I'fcera;
Chopped Hantlt, tSki.t Diwea. Pjirni'n.,
Mug Worm, Silt Hhetin Tttler,
Abecentee, IloiU, tio-sa, bouttte,
FetoHM.
Dreuing of Dlistere, Conn, OAifUaias, Curosscfw,
Gwllimja, ifc.
It irill he found vnrv efflcaclous in the cure
of Neuralgia, sore eras, face aciie, wi mi
lutlamiiiitorv aweliingn.
Price SO ccni. per bog.
H. C. CADY, Sole Proprietor,
cincinnat:, o.
oTSOLD BY ALL DUUUGSS.
27feblH7.in
CHAPPED HANDS
AND FACE,
Sore I.lps, Dryness of tbo 8kln, etc.. etc.
Cured at once by liegeman's Camphor Ice
with liiycenne. It keepa the hands soft ill ill1
weatlioi. Hec Unit you gel liegeman s. noi t
bv all 1)1 ui'Tlals. Only M cents. Mnnufiic
lured only by Hegcmnn A Co , Chemists and
liruggiata, new lone
S niMaliliuriPfl 18.10 I
WWELCH & GRIFFITHS,
M iiinfii1'f iii-nri nl nuUN.
RrPKK1)K TO Al.ltO'l HKHfl
W VI'l'DV illW H'iHlIIVTI'n
FILES, BELTING A. MACHINERY
-0 OtTLIHtRtl. lllt:UUIT3.JHI
KJ 111. Av.,,ln,.a l.uo
..WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
VS llonlon, .Unas, ami ifi irun, i.iu u.
THE Guide is now published quarterly
ib cents pays for the year, four numbers,
which Is not half thecoct. T ioe who after
wards aend money to the amount of one did
hir nr more for Heads mnv also order iwenty
five cents worth extra-llie piice paid lor the
Guide. ....
'I lie January number is beautiful, givin'j
pinna for making mirni nonica, resigns mi
Pining Table Decorations, Window t.arctena,
An., and enntnininir a inaa of information in.
valuable lo the lovers of flowers. Ono hun
dred and Hfi v nai-s, ou line tinted paper
anme hire hundred enirriinniis and n an perl
colored plate and chromo cover. The Brat
edition ol two hundred thousand just piloted
in Jinlisli and lieiman, nnrl remiy to scnil out
JAMK.iVlCK, Kocneior, n. I
E. & H. T, ANTHONY & CO.
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aurcairiptlon,
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pr.ee, containing in one group, the fneea ot
weaievan'i oi nianons uoKe, Aamiry, wnat-
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Wiiigh, llamline, H iKer, Thomson Clark and
Klrw.leV, io addilio'i to Ihoae ol Ihe living
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CHEAT HISTORICAL VALUE.
Tho Methodiat, allhough hearing a denom
initional name, contain . much to interest nil
who want
GOOD BEADING FOE THE FAMILY
II has a strong editorial corns and mnnv
able contributors. 'I he lecture room talks
of Heeeher and Ihe sermons of I almage, lili-h
on Himiiaon snd others are reunlarlv nub
liahed. The international Sunday School
lesannisof value to ell teacher, while the
t.lnlilren s Ueparlment is unsurpassed for va
rietv and intereat.
Huliscriptinna may beaeit direct or paid to
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J. 0. If AIJ4TE1), Publisher,
1 14 Nassau Klreet, New York.
LEGAL NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE.
T
Mary A. Deflgh, riaiutiff, va. John W- Sain,
Defendant.
In Vinton County, Ohln, Court of Commoii
Tleaa. Civil action Attachment,
John W. SAIN, Defendant Id above action, of
fj lippecinos County, Hula of Indiana, sill
take uoltre.tlist alary A. Drllgh i'lafntiff in
stars S 'tioii.i.r the County of Viuton, Stale of
tiliio, iliii, on lbs J7lh day of February, A. D.
IH73. flls her petition In the Court of Common
I'leas within snd lor said Vinton county, asanat
His ssid John W.JMain defendant, selling forth,
that Iks aa. d deteodaut from he sunimer of
ISO I to Ihe month . June IDo5.rld liissdilreaa
ej lo, snd wailed upon Hie pisiulin, that on the
Slhday of Kehrasry, A. D. lHoJ.ths said plaimiff
and dek-ndinl aulcreil into a marriag.. contract.
Thai said contract was tu be consummated on the
4th ley or July, I8n6. that ths aaid plcliitilfws
md is est 111 unmarried. That said delsudv t did
not st auid lime, agreed on. nor at any other
lime niar.y aaid daiiiiiff, snd lhat In the month
of June 1HH.1 said dHendunt almconded from the
Sistcof Ohlu.snd has net resided In the tit ate ol
"hi" aiiiCH, ami; praying fur a Judgment for
f.'j.i o, la-r dsmaKCssiMtniord That on the sain
27l h day ot r'eliriwry. 18;:). said pla'miff filed a a
slfliUvli In s.ild Court ol Common I'leas lu sal
action, for, a.'id causa an order of attachment to
iaaiie Ihereon in said action and that hy virtue
of ssid Older f attaclitmmt the Kher B of aaid
Vinton Count s uch d the following real oatale
iluaisil In aaid Vinron Uiunty; Ohio as tbs prop
erty of d ilelendant J. hn W. Bain: io wit
oneunillvide.i tenth part ol Ihe north weatqnar.
'r of srctlon number tluee in Icwnahlp iiumbei
twelve of rsuKei nmlier seventeen containing I7:i
seres (escept f an acre on aotith aide of .aid
nonh-wrat quarter hnmtolorr sold by Fhtliptlalii
Alao, one undivided tenth -part ol "The
nonheaat quarter of section Four in town
ship Tseive.ol ranite Mevcntecn, containinj
I7:ia'rea; and, alao, in-lots number its and i'i
in the town of Mew Mount I'leaaant, as re
corded in the pint of said lown. And the said
lohn W Sain ia notified that heia required
to appear and answer aaid petition, on or be.
fore Ihe third Haturday after the Bin day ol
Jlav 1873, MAKY A. I'EHHll
By haarros Uouavoa, Ally's lor Plalfl.
Ma nh 13 173. aw
Aeverrlseaaeate lnsertsd at fair Prices
"
AIM
Ujsm mho cackles. It is hen
nature. When a man get-, ia netf
stock of goods, it is human for him tor
crow over it. When the nen cncne.,
people know that she has laid in some
fresh atock. and feels rather proud o'
it. When the merohant opens his new
styles, and blows his trumpet in the"
newfpapers, people know that he has
something on hand that is worth ad.
tertising. Blow your own trumpet
It won't hurt you or the trumpet en
titer.
But then some merchants think peo.
pie who want to buy, don't read adver
tisements, and those who want eggs
don't listen for the hen to cackle. If
they would just think long enough to
know that even they bad read this ad
vertisement, they would learn their
mistake.
Any merchant who has anything
woith cackling about can make as big
a noise as be has a mind to, in the ad'
vertising columns of the Kecord.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt Iluuie,
SlueckeuguuHt's Old Stand,-
CHIIXICOTHE, OHIO,
NAMUs'ACTUBBR AMD PBALIB II
Fino Gold JewolrF.
Agents for
American and Foreign Watches
Elgin Watches
U. o. W. "
Howard "
Waltlislll "
Cl.llMijIleld
N Y. "
Bnla "
Knglhh
0. ms' C'liaina
NilUo "
0wra "
Chattlln '
Beth Thomas Clock.,
Wltenbsrg "
Ttrry "
0 Id Setts
Ili.in.oud
fearl '
Jet
darnel
N.ck lace.
Brarels a "
Pin. and Stuila
VuB (lotions
Tuimhlea
Hair Jewelry
Pclsclei
Kilter Wsre
P aled Ware
ins Cutlery
Agents for
1UL11E &TODI.VCCID PEXS
rvi.i. i.tnk OFGonris shtadle for
BEIDAL 4 BIETEDAY PEESENT3
tlnoda made In ordersnd repairing done by
careful workmen. No estrn chsrge for n
gravirir vooda bought at Una esbi hliahmrnt.
2 j;in IH73 1y
Hiij your
hoots and
-th is, o.' ,.W.
WII.-t'lN. al
II vn Ihu. wh i
m'i'itir'i.ftiiiei
an I ile:ila ex.
lu-ivelv I n
iioe irti.ilf a
Riioiiial a'
tention given
li Kin i C ill
tjots.
Dick's ENrYCi.oPEi'U or I'kactical Kk-
cr.iPTBsi Psocr.ara. rnntainingo.4J2 prae.
liral recs'pla, written in a p ain mid popul.ir
Imiiiier, and illiu-tratcd villi explanatory
wood'CUte. Hemg a compn lieuaiie book of
reference lor ti e merchant, maniiCictiirer, nr.
ti-an, amaieiir and h .ilekeet.er, in. lu.linp;
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy.
Theacniu of this work iatntin ly ilill. rent
from Bny other brok oi Ihe kind. BeaiHea)
iieinv a cotnplele anil aim-at iinlipeiiail.l
hr ok ol rel'i'icce for th Ihonaiind anil one)'
rei a pt and all eles needed in avery houae
hold, farm, gar.len, etc., it includes ilenr am)
eaaily understood directions for Ihe applica.
torn of many f ill-, aria iiaually aeqtiired nlr
by long flperienee, snd pniiivef.ied t.f lech
nichalitiea, or the technicslillee ot terms un j
so fully explained as lo bring Ihe entire sub
ject within the comprehension ofnni person
of ordinary intelligence. I'romiinent among:
the immense ma's nf subjeols treated of in
the book are the following:
The Art ol Dyemi, Hard Soil ar.il Tmlel
Soaps, Tanning, I'iMillation, Imitation Liq
uors, Winta, Cnnhda and Kilters, Cider,
brewing. Pel urmcry, Flavoring Essences, etc..
Cosmetics, Hair Dyes and Wa-hes, Pomsd.s
and Perfumed Oil-, Tooth Powders, etc.. By,
i n p., Alcohol and Alcoholineiiy, Pelioleum
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Meials and Allova, tiilding, Silvering, etc.,
Klecirotyping, Klectrcplati ng, etc., Patent
Medicines, Medical Keceipta, Weights and
Meaaures. 607 pages, royal octavo, ointh.
Price IMS) 6mar
ILLUSTRATED BEAUTIFUL SNOW.
BEAUTIFUL SNOW,
BEAUTIFUL BNOW AND OTHER POEMS.
New Wntroted Edition. J. W. Watson, author of
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laa detigia bf Edward L Benrf. Complete 10.
one inrje octavo volume, in uniform style,
with "'I he Outcast and Other Poems," beine;
C rinted on the fineat tinted plate paper, and
ound in green morocco cloth, with gill top,
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V Above iookU for entet all UolUelUn.tr etp
irt ofitteill be era, poet pmid, to ess sim, jMrrslsni of
mail, on aay one rtmiui ig (As eriee of it to the psMita
sr.. T. B. Plb'l KRrtn BKnTH kR8,
SOS Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
marlS73
Agents Wanted.
For the great asnaation ol hygienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
MY JOLLY FRIEND'S SECRET.
Dr. Dlo Lewis' new work ia an Immenae
success. Hsves money, worry, and precious
health, and shows how to live well and grow
fat on II a week. Agents are coi nine- money,
and dn.nga worldofgooe) with I. The serve,
chances still open Delav not, but addresa al
ones, . HANNAfORIl 4 CO. Publishers,
177 Weal Fourth atreet, Cincinnati, O. Smart.
Da. Bowers Dentist, Ale Ar
Ihar, O.
JiisUi9ini 'ention given

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