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THE VINTON RECORD.
,. MeAKTUUK, OHIO,
T1IUK8DAY.APKIL24.1873
REPUBLICAN
COUNTY CONVENTION,
There will t a masa con
vention of the Republicans ol
Vinton county, at the
COURT HOUfeE,
IN
M'AKTHUR, O.
ON
SATURDAY, MAY 10,
-AT-
O'CLOCK P.M.,
for the purpose of selecting
three delegates to represent
this county in the State Con
vention to be held at Col
mubiis.ITIay 31st, and the
selection or five members of an
Executive Committee for Vin
ton county for the ensuing
year.
By order of Ex. Committee,
J. N. McLAUUtlLINjCh'n.'
J as. W. Delay, Sec'y-
The Democratic press is just
now engaged in what they con
aider a fine piece of political
strategy. They denounce the
salary steal of the late Con
gress in the loudest terms, al
ways, however charging the
whole responsibility on the Re
publicans, and carefully shield
ing or observing profound si
lence about the Democratic
members. The truth is that
there was as large a percent
agejol one party as of the other
voted for the measure. If the
press of thatparty would only
confess to this fact and hold its
own members to a strict ac
count for their rascality, in
stead oi trying to make politi
cal capital by shoving their
faults upon the shoulders of
others, they would stand much
better with thinkiug men and
women. They choose, howev
er, to carry on a system of de
ceit, hoping to impose on their
presumed ignorance of the peo
ple, but instead, showing that
their only anxiety i3 to control
the offices, and not to better the
condition of the people and the
government. Thus it is they
constantly betray themselves,
and their supposed pillar oi
strength .is their greatest weak
ness. Tut issue of the Enquirer
just before the election labor
id zealously to prove that liar
ley Wells was not a citizen ol
Vinton county. Wells was
elected, .and the next week the
Enquirer made the statement
that he bad been promised the
nomination as Delegate to the
Constitutional Convention by
the "Radical ring of McAr
thur" the Kail previous. These
two lies don't hang well to
gether. What would 'a citi
zen of Jackson county" be
doing over in Vinton, at all
times and at all seasons, and
celling promises of nomina
tions? Too thin! It the edi
tor of the Enquirer expects to
make his living by lying he
should study the art, and lie
with better judgment.
The Democratic ring have
aiever undertaken any public
defense ot their manipulation
of the Infirmary job. They
have tried to laugh it off, and
iell the people that it amount
ed to nothing; that it was a
sensation ot the Record; that
everything was regular. The
election of Mr. Wells by a ma
jority of 355 is the first reply
the people have had the oppor
tunity of making to the ring.
Wonder what they think ot it?
Db. Buita, and his assistant,
Eev. H. tV. Jones, have tender
ed iheir resignations to the
pew holders of All Saints
Church, Portsmouth. Dr. Burr
has been in charge of the
parish thirty-four years, and
asks to be relieved because
his growing infirmities unfit
him for his duties.
Mockisq birds are now a reg
ulir article of export from thi
country to Europe, where the
bring very high rices.
Tiik Jackson Herald, Demo
oratic, is ol the opinion that
Vinton county may be "con
sidered reliably Republican
Good. And why shouldn't
Vinton be reliably Republican?
It was reliably Democratic un
til that party dropped its pro
fessed principles and took to
adopting a ne ff 6et every week
or two, and uniil a ring here in
McArthur ran the county head i
over ears in debt It would be
a little strange if the people
of this county wouldn't tire
some time ot such Democracy
a) they were treated to. We
are only surprised that they
stood it so long.
Tub Postmaster General has
accepted propositions to put on
an additional mail service from
Chicago to Cincinnati via the
Indianapolis and Lafayette, al
so one en the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad from Washington
to ParkerBburg, Va ; also from
1'arkersburg to Cincinnati, and
probably one from Grafton to
Sandusky, Ohio, via Newark
and Monroeville; one from Bos
ton, Maes., to Burlington, Vt,
on the Vermont Central line.
Other propositions for increas
ed mail service are pending.
Although the space assigned
American exhibitors at the
Vienna Exposition is three
times as large as that assigned
at the Paris exhibition, the ac
commodation is insufficient,
and Ihd Exposition managers
have been compelled to pro
vide a separate hall for ma
chinery well as an additional
roofed court ot 2,100 squares
metres area. It is said that
the Austrian directory evince
a particular anxiety to make
everything agreeable for the
American exhibitors.
Only three States besides
Ohio deny the veto power to
Iheir Governors. In Delaware,
North Carolina, Ohio, and
Rhode Island, bills become
laws upon passage by both
Houses. In all the other States
bills must be approved by the
Governor, or returned with hi
objections to the House where
they originated.
The McArthur Enquirer has
expressed the opinion that the
Democrats of Clinton township
who helped to give Mr. Wells a
majority of 99 in that township,
were drunk, and bribed with
whisky. Mr. Bowen has ex
pressed his opinion about them,
now we would like to hear their
opinion of him.
Jackson township (Rajr
ville), Jackson Co., cast 265
votes at the Spring election
and had 104 candidates for the
township offices. Out of the
multitude of candidates they
managed to get in a good man
for Justice of the Peace Capt.
I. II. McOormick, Kaysville.
The Modocs are reported to
have been driven from the lava
bed?, seventeen killed, and a
large number wounded; Our
troops aro still pressing them,
determined to exturminate the
tribe.
Joseph McQuadk, the lion ta
mer who was here last year
withSeIls & Bro.'s menagerie,
was arrested at Columbus, last
week, on tlje charge of murder
ing Wm. L. Haskins, of War
ren county.
The decrease in the public
debt, last month would have
been nearly 3,000,000, if it
had not been for the salary
steal. As it was, only about
$1,600,000 of the debt was
erased.
Vinton, Ross and Pickaway,
adjoining counties, heretofore
classed as reliably Democratic,
each send Republican Dele
gttes to the Con6titioual Con
vention. The custom of exhibiting
bridal presents ticketed with
the names of the donors is to
be abolished. It was a species
of fasbionablo vulgarity that
can be very well dispensed
with.
Dh. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
thur,0.
The American Wool Trade.
Last year, it is estimated,
the total wool clip cf the
United SUtes was 160,000,000
pounds, while there were im
ported from abroad 93,306 531
pounds. This is a considera
ble gain in both classes over
1S71, when the domestic clip
wa3 146 000,000 pounds, and
the foreign importation 78,240,
0S9 pounds, an. aggregate in
crease for 1872 over 1871 of
more than 15 per cent. The
census of 1870 developed the
(act that there were $132,382,
319 capital invested in woolen
manufactures in the United
States, and the returns of the
products for 1872, although in
complete, demonstrate that we
are able to make in the United
States all kinds of woolen fabrics.
NEV ADVERTISEMENTS
rUBLlCSALIi.
THE undersigned having sold h" larm, sit
unled i mile mirth of McArthur, will otter
at public mile at hi residence, on
THUKSDAY, MAY 8,1873
the following personal property to wit:
1 PAIR WORK MULES
three years old, good size.
5 HEAD OF HORSES,
consisting of 1 mare, nine year old, with a
young coll; 1 three- ysnr old inure, ani colt)
one twi'yenr-old, and S yearling.
0neTwo-Year-01d Bull, Tine-blooded
3 COWS, :
21 HEAD OF YEARLING CATTLE,
THIRTY HEAD OF SHEEP,
1 Fouf-IIorsc Wagon,
1 Set Buggy Hnrnea. 8 Seta Double
Hum!,
and a lot of
FAIcmXCi UlEiVMLS,
TEHMfl made known on the dny ol FnTe
Snle to lommence at 10 o'clock in Hie foro
noon. 11E.NKY CLARK.
April 18, 1973.
NilillL
8 MAlDlifl L4NI2, N.Y.
IMPORTER
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolsEtc.
Old Watch Caar and eld Gold and Silver
bought.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
2prlST3
sheriffs"sale7
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
The b'tate or Ohio, Plaintiff,
Against
Abraham Wither, Defendant,
ix vivrox rorsTY coirt of
CU.HMUX FLEAH-OHDEK OF SALE
PURSUANT to the command of an execu
tion iesned Irom the rourt of Common
l'lcs of Vinton County, and to me directed
an Hhenfnf raid County. 1 trill offer for snle
n front of the Court House in the towu ol
McAriruir,Vinlon County, Ohio, ou
Wed'sday,7th Day of Mayl873
at the hour of one o'clock, P.M. of id day,
oie large lay hor(, thiee (3) year old, with
Ihiee white leel.
To be i-old a I he property of Sylvester Wil
ler, to an 1 fy an extcution issued from the
Court ot 1 oin nun flea 'n anoire rase.
TERM1 OF BALK. C ir "--nd
uei.bb: K 1LI B
tlieiirt Viu o i Couuiy.
Apr!! i4, 1873, in
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
n am
u it i.f aw tv . ,. LjriaM -j
Vf. cf Yi it&fe MtV
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
AND
SCOTCfl GHAMTE MOXLUEMS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second & Watei
Chillicotlie. Ohio.
1 superintend all my own work in nerson.
I execute all Ihe finer deaiens. use the best
material, and can mt he undersold. Person
wishing any work in my line are invited to
examine work, stock and prices, before mak
ing contract.
Bv buying at this shop you will save from IS
to 80 percent, paid to ag nla. 24apr73
James Dunkle's Instate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
a-OncEi hereby given that BarnetAiken,
a guardian of Linnia J., Robert A., John,
barah Arminda, and Nancy U. llunkle,
minora, has filed hla a .counts with said wards,
severally, lor nnal settlement with the first
named, and for partial settlement with the
others; and that said several uccounta are set
for hearing on the 16th da; of Mar. A. D.
1871, at to o'clock, A. M.
H. B. KAYO; Probata Judge.
April U, 1873. it
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Mayor's Proclamation.
Mayor's Proclamation. MAYOR'S OFFICE.
VILLAGE OF MCARTHUR,
County, Ohio.
April 17, 1873.
"WHEREAS bV the la ol Ohio regulating
the election for municipal officer It i
required or Die Mayor of each city or incor
porated tillage to K'8 notice by Proclama
tion at least ten rinya belore the time of hold
inn election of the time of holding such
election, of the time and place, when the
where Mich election will be holdeo, and of the
ottieera to be chosen.
r ...nK MnniilliAH. 1. HAnrl
Payne, Mayor of the Incorporated Village of
. . . I .1 : , I. . . . I 1 .! ... mnA
make known that Ilia
Erst Day of May, A. D, 1873,
i the dny on which th qualified elector of
me ineorpormeu tiiihiio "i
iiiivu u nirvi i.i tun vu.i. ......... ...
Inue, at (he usiml place deaiunated lor holding
auch electiuna, between the hour of nix
oVIock in the forenoou, and 8 o'clock in the
afternoon of nid ay, and,lhen aud thereto
proceed to vote by ballot for the following
otticer, to wit:
One Street Commissioner for aaid Village,
to erye for the unexpired term of one year,
to till vacancy.
liiven under my hand al my office, In aald
Villaue, thi 17tli duy of April, A. I). M73.
IIICNKK PAVNE, Mayor.
SHERIFFS SALE
State of Ohio, VintonCounty, ss.
Cornelius Kama, Plaintiff,
Against
The Vinton Furnace & Coal Company
. ef Ohio, Defendants.
IX VISfTOX C'Ol'BT Or COMMOX
I'tKASt -OKDEB OF SALE.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
Snle iued from the Court of Common
l'leaa of Vinton County, and to me directed a
Sherilt of aaid County, I will otter for sale at
the door of the Court lloje, in the town of
t cAilhur, Vinton Co'inty, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 17th Dayof May, 1873,
at the hour or J o'clock P. M. of mid dny, the
lollowing described property, to wit: aitiime
in theamd county of Vinion, O 10, a pnrtol
ihe outhwet corner of the north-east quar
ter ol nection No. W twenty five, towDnhip No.
11 eleven, of range No. 17 eevenleen and ea
penally described a a tract of land nfiy M
Icet in tudth running diagonally from a
point iweniy-tive feet north ol the lands ur
veyed by H. W. Klone lor a mitroad from tho
Vinton station to the Vinton furnace, where
raid line Intersects the west line of said quar
ter seition, thence running south-east piinih
lei to aaid surveyed line, bi t twenty-five feet
north ol said survey, w hich said hue running
us aforesaid, is to be the center of said strip or
tract of land herein conveyed.
Also three 3 acres and five 8 rods, being a
strip of land being thirlv Hvo U5 fret wide
Iroui the ecu trt of the railroad tract of Ihe
V.nton Knrnnco Coal Company of Ohio's
railroad on each side of sulci railroad tract,
Irom the center, located in. tin north-west
quarter of section No. V!S, towvship No. 11, of
range No. 17, in Vinton county Uhio. Also,
the rnilroad iron and ties located in the above
desciilied real e-tale, aupposod to be about
two-thirds of a mile in lenuth.
Appraised n! tliiriy-lour hundred dollars,
J.4(0 and mt.a; brng two-thirds oi that n.m.
to bo sold as the property of the Vinton
Knrnace 4 Coal Company ol Ohio, et al, to
ntislt an order sale, issued Irom the Court
ot Common I'len, in favor of Corneliu Kama.
7'KK.Md OF SALK : rh in hand on Ihe
day of sale. UEOltUK KALER,
blu i ill Vmlun County.
Consr.i.ics Kaeks,
A r 1 17. 1873. 6w
LEGAL NOTICE.
Mary A. Dchjjh, pllf.fl In Vinton County. O.,
vs. VCourl t'oinmon l'leaa.
John W. Hjin, delt.J bastardy attachment
qMIE said .lohn W. Sain, Defendant, of tho
X btate el Indiana, will take nctice that Ma
ry A. I'i'figh, de endaut, of said county of
inton, dm on Ihe 27th duy of February, A.
i. I83. ti'r her coinplaiiit, made lieloro Isan:'
KevimliK .1. P. of said Vinton countr. and
tiHUM-ript of the proceedings before mid Jus,
tice of Ihe Pesue, in uatardy, in the said Court
oi' Common Pleas, against ihe said deleniianl.
and which pro 'eedn.fcs are now pending in
said Court, lor the purpsse of having a trial
and final adjudicn.inn tnereon. chirgmg in
said complaint among niner iiiings, mat Ihe
said ilnntitl is the mother of a bastard child,
that tlie said delen lant accused therein is tho
father of said child Thai the said deleodnnl
so charged, absconded from this Male, with
intent to delraud complainant, and thai said
accused is a nonreident of tlieHtite of Ohio,
and lhatni order of attachment his been is.
sued ami served therein; and by virtue of
,id order of attachment Geo. Kuler, Mierilt
of said county of Vinion attached the fallow
ing real ealuie situated in asid Vinton eountv,
as the property of said defendant, John W.
am, to wit: the one undivided tenth part
of the North West quarter of section number
three, in township number twelve, of range
numiHr leventen, containing 173 acres, (ex-
cejit of an acre ot! the south snle of said
N. W. quarter, heretofore so d by Phillip
Snin,) also Ihe one undivided tenth part of
in-i is niimtitrs and n, in the town ol New
Mt. Pleasant, Vinton county. Ohio, as re
corded In plot of said town, that said pro
ceeding will l;e (or hearing at Ihe next term
ol said Court, or so soon'thereatler as counsel
can be heard, and that, plnliitit! will ak for
an or.ter or decree tor sale or said realty, and
proceeds or so much thereof not ex'eeding
(1,000 as may be necessary toiatiatv plainlifi'
claim heiein. MAKY A. liEKI'.U.
Hi Bbattom & Huston, Att'y for plt'fl.
March loth, 1873.
NORTHWEST'!! N0BMAL SCHOOL
REI'lBMr, SEX EC A CO..O.
The .Spring term commence A.nl 1st:
Summer I'erin, June loth.
We desire to announce that unprecedented
advantages can be enioyed at this ins'Hution
during the uext two terms by teachers and
hose desinng to prepare lor teaching or bus-ii.e-s.
Ladies and gentlemen will find this in
slilutinn more profitable than any other in the
Slue, becauseof: 1. its cheapness ol tuition
and boarding. '2. Its great range ol studies
and drills, a. It lire, practical and tnor
oii:h teachers. 4. It saving of time. 6. Its
enrnestl enthusiastic spirit of work. 6. Its
freedom from the vi j and temptations of
large towns and cities. 7. Its healthful lo
cation. 8. Its freedom from political or
sectarian restraints.
rVe lire responsible for the statement
made here or in our catalogues and ci rculars.
8ead at once for deecnpiive catalogue or
personal inlormalion. Ail will be cheerfully
furnished by
J. FUAISE RIC'HABD, Principal.
dewing Machine
Is the BEST IN THE WORLD.
Agents wanted Send for circular Address
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Seeds, Plants, Trees, prepaid by
i Mail.
My new priced descriptive catalogue of
choice flower and garden seeds. sorts of
either for f I; new and choice varieties of fruit
and ornamental trees, shrubs, evergreens.
roes, grapes, lilliee, small fruits, house and
border pUtn.s and bulbs; one year grafted
fruit trees for mailing ruit stock of all kinds;
hedge plants, Ac; the most complete assort
ment in the country, will be sent gratis to any
tilnin Nfiilrpwa. with P. O. Iax. TniA Can..
i'od Cianberry for upland or lowland, f per
lout); l per luo; prepaid by mail. Trade lit
to dealers. bed on commission. Agents
warned.
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Nurseries and Seed WarehouseTly
month Mass. Established 1842.
HTJLBEET HOUSE.
Main Street, Opposite Court House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMES W0EKMAB", Proprietor
I HAVE taken possesion of the above hotel,
renovated and partly refurnished it, and
will be glad lo erre the old customers of the
house, and especially my old friendsoflhe
Hocking Valley ho may be visiting thi
point The table will be furnished with the
best the market ttords,and rare taken to
make guest comfortable. Good stabling aU
tached to the house; Charges reasonable. ,
Urnar im
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of Ohio, Vinton County
Humphrey Clark, Plaintiff,
aauKST
Nicholas Pilfer, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat. Order of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
Hale issued from the Court of Common
Plena of Vinton County, and to me directed
as Sheriff of said county, 1 will oiler for sale al
the doorol the Court House, in the town ol
McArthur, Vinton County, Uhio, on
Saturday, the 18th Day of May. A. D.
1873.
at the hour of a o'clock, P. M. of aaid day, the
following described land and tenements, lo
wit; Part of the east half of tho south-east
quarter of section No. rive, () township No.
nine, (0) of range No. eightetn, (18) com
mencing for the same st a stone, eighty-four
(81) rods north of the south -west corner ol
aaid lot, thence south aeventy'five (76) de
tirees, east fourteen and 6ft: hundrelt(U.iVi)
chain to a utone, thence forty live (4S) de
grees, eist five and thirty-six hundredth
(i.3ii) chain to a stone, thence north twelve
(U) degree west four (4) chain to a atone,
iheuce west filleen aud (ortyeight hundredth
(16.48) chains to a slone.thenct south ft ur and
wenty-three (4 2.1) hundreth chain to the
place of beginning, being ten (lu) acre situ
ate in Vinton couuiy, Hiate of Ohio.
Appraised al three hundred and twecty an
dollars and ixtyix and two-third cenia
tMM aud muil bring two-thirds ol that
sum.
Also, in lots Nos. thirty three,33 alxteen,
1A ihi.lv fi.ur. 31 and the east half of No. HI-
teen, 15 -aid lots being -ituate in the town of
Allei iMlle, Vinton county, onto.
Appraised al seven hundred and fifty-eight
d 'llnrsand thirty three and one third cents,
lia.:i3;i and must bring two thud of that
"To be sold a he property of Nicholas Pilfer
to satisfy an order of sale, isaued Irom the
Court of Common Pleas in favor of Hum
phrey Olaik.
TEKMb OK SALE: Cash in hand o" the day
or sale. UEOKUE KALER,
bheritt Vinion couuiy.
H. C. Jnats, Attorney lor Plaintiff.
April 17, A. 1. It73. 5
Legal Notice.
Humphrey Clark, plaintiff, vs. Nicholas Pfifer,
defendant.
Vinton Coin iron Pleas,
r 1' HE dejendant will take notice that on the
1 12ih day ot April, It7:i, the plaintiff filed
his petition in the Clerk's office of the Com
mon Pleas Court of Viulon County. Uhio, al
leging that the plaintiM sold to the defendant,
the following described real estate, situate in
Vinton County. Bute of Ohio, to wit; part
of the east hall of the south-east quarter of
section No. A, range No 18. commencing al
a "tone, 84 rods north of the south-west cor
ner ol said lot, thenceH. 75 E. 14.60 ohatus to
a stone, thence N. 45 east n.Dti chains ton
stone; thence N. 12 W. 4 chains to a stone
thence West 15 48 chain to a atone, thence
eolith 4 2d chains to the place of beginning,
containing ten acres.
Also in lots Nos.:i3,3l and 10, an 1 the east
halt ol in-lot No. 16, in the town ol Allensvilic,
In said county and Stale, and furtner avering
that delendant gnve to plaintiff sundry notes,
two of which are overdue and unpaid, for the
sum ot S:l6ii each, that the same were on in
terest from February th, 1871, and that there
is due thereon th- sum of Ave hundred dol
lars. wW; 'r.terest ns aforesaid, and praying
for a judgment for the sai l sum. and also a
finding and decree of said Court that th same
is a lieu on said lamis tor purchase money.
The said cause will he lor hearing nt the
next term of said Common Has Court.
H. C. JONES, Attorney lor plaintiff.
. April 17, 1S73. 4C
"sheriffs sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton Conntyi
John Madorig, Plaintiff,
Against
Seneoa W. Ely, ot nl, Defeadun.
In Vinton Comity fimrt nt Pmmon Pleat, Onler f
Sat in Partition,
IV'TWANT lo theenmmind ofsn Or lerof
Sale In Partition 'ssosd from Ihe fnurt rf
Common Pleas of Vinion County nn-l lo me
dirccie I a" "li-'i-IIT 'f ssi.l enuntv, 1 will offnr
for snle " th" door o' the Court llnii.c, in Ihe
town of McAilhur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Fritlay.the Uth Da$ of 31iy. A. D. 187
at the henr ori o'clock P. lit. tf aild dsr th
following linds and tenemcn's. a-inqfa 'n the
county rf Vinton an' vlst. of Ohio, ti s'i
lt The son'h hslloflhe m,il, .st quar
ter of ecl'o No. ?4. lo-nlu'n N'-. 11. and
r"nge No. 17. consining eighty ner s more or
ie. t-'sid tract bemi nppiaifcd at sixteen
hundred Hnlisrs (l.fion
2nd Also the north hnlf of Ihe ni-lh east
rpwrlcr of "ection No. 24. tnwnsl'in No. II,
and ranee No. IT.cenlsining eichiy acres IW
more or 'es Snid tfet I'dnir anprs'-e-l at
fourteen hundred and forty dollars. fl,t4n
3rd. Also the east-hnll of ih nmiii .ent
qnnrler ot seetinn No. 24. tnwnth'n No II.
and range No. 17, containing n aeriw, more
or es. Apprnised at twelve hundred dollars
(JI.M0)
4lh. Also the north half of the smith-west
oiurter of section No. 91. township No. II. and
Rang" No 17, containing eightv'scres more or
less tpnrnisedl at twelve hundred and eighty
dnars(l.2n '
B'h. Also the west half nl the nnrlh.weat
qiinrlcrnt ssirt section No. 21. I"wnhln and
range alnrcsaid. contninins eiehly acrea
more or ls. 4nnrnised st thirteen hundred
and Iwentv dollars (l .a?n
(1th. Also the north hilfof the nnrlh-essl
ounrter of section No. 23. toivn'hi" and range
aforesaid, exeenting ten acres off the wel
end of smd Irnct leivin? sevenly nni acrea
more nrle.a. Appraised at twelve hundred
and eighty dollars ftl.tftn )
7th. AI-0 the snnth-eit quarter of the
north et qunrler of section Na 23. township
and mnce afnrcniid, exeept three I3i acre
elcng nir lo vhsf is known as the Oenrge W
finstin Farm rp-a.eH at six hundred and
twenlynlne dollars fr,2!l
ih. Alo the noth halfof (he th snntS
eat quarter of red ion No. 23 rwnhipand
rsnce aforesild, conlsinlng eighty ("1 acre
more or l Appraised at sixteen hnndred
dollars 11 ,im.)
Dih Also the north eal onarter of the
snnth-wet quarter or section No. 23. Inwnhln
No. 11, and ronge No. 17. containing 41 ag
acres more nr le's. Anpralaad at seven hun
dred and twenty dollars (72fi.
Excepting from shove tract 117 acre off
theejiatpirt thereof hereinfnra nH to one
Pitnck I.ear hy W. W, and W. R. Madiera,
uioei, ..une lens.
Kaeh tract of the shove deerihed land, and
tenements must bring two-third of the ap-
Or.lrred In he sold in certain partition pro.
eeedimr lately pendinc in the Court ntr.nm
won Plea of aalrt cnnnlv, wherein John Ma
diera was petitioners and Seneca W. Ely
eiai were neienoants.
TERMS OF SALE.
One third cash inhsn-ltaml one third In
on year and one third In tw Tears from
nay oi sate, per-rren pnvments lo lasr in
terest si n per cent, per annum and lo he se
cured by mortgage en the premises mid.
OKOROE KALER,
Phenffo' Vinton county.
Hour f!. jos, Attorney for plaintiff.
April 10, 1873. f,w
Forest anaEvereen Trees and feeds
THELARGEST STOCK IN AMERICA
15 million Evergreen Treeat 12 Millions
European I.nrch, etc. etc. A ll grown Irom
seeds in our own nnrseiies. A Iso, Frnlt and
Forest Tree Heeds. Catalogues free.
HUBERT DOU&MSA 80NB.
Waukegan, III.
USE the Resinger Dash Lock and Support
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS
No spring to b-eak, no culling cl sjshj cheap,
durable, very eaaily applied; hnlda saihat
any place desired, and a self-fastener when
Ihe sash la dnviii. Send stamp for circular.
Circular and six nnpperbronsed locks ent
any addrtss in the U.H., postpaid, on receipt
01 50ct. .ilwral inducements to Ihe trade.
Agent wanted. Addres KUISINivER 8A"H
Lot K CO., No. 418 Market St. ,Harriaburg,P
JOB "WORK
Done Neatly and I'roniptly,
AT THIS OFFICE.
Db. BowiBs, Dentist, McAr
thur,0.
HORSEMEN
? "v
WILL find the Record office aupplied with
ths largt at assortment of Horse and Jack
cuts to be found in any office in this section
of Ihe Utate.
Bills Printed on Short Notice
1ST OTIOB
O F
Intention to Build Bridges.
XTOTICE is hereby given thst the Commis
IN sioners of Vinton county, Ohio, intend to
build
THREE BRIDGES,
at the points and places of travel, as follows,
io wit:
Ons Coritxo Bitnoi with firosi Aiutmsrts,
acroas
BIG RACCOON CREEK
in Brown township, Vir.ton county, Ohio,
near the Mill ol Uainel worltniu, one
Co ver'd Bridge with EtoneAbutm'ts
LITTLE RACCOON CREEK
in Clinton township. Vinton count", Ohio, on
the road leadingfrnm Hamden to Wilkeaville,
near the residence ol Henry C. Kobbius; one
Open Bridge with Stone Abutments,
across
BIG BACC00N CREEK
in Knox township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
the residence ol bamuel Beck Icy. i lie
lAlans and SpecltTcatlons
of aaid Rridgesareon file in the Auditor's of
fice of said eountv. and are open (or inspection
by all parties concerned or interested in the
examination nt the aame and the construc
tion of said Bridges.
Petitions for and Remonstrance Against
the proposed construction of said Bridges as
nnmoU i.od located, will be passed upon on
Tuesday, the 2Vth day of April, 1873,
at 3 o'clock P. M. of said day.
Ily order of the Commissioner.
W.W BKLFORP,
Auditor, Vinion County.
April 3, 1871. 4w
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS,
Ni
OTIOB is hereby given lhataesleil orouo
snls vill be roceived at the
AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
M 'ARTHUR
Vinton County, Ohio,
Until
3 O'CLOCK i. ivr.,
-ON-
Tuesday.the 29th Lay of April, 1873
fur the building of
Two Covered Bridges,
AND-
One Open Bridge,
at the places herein described, as follows
to wit: one
Covisio Buidoi witb Stojii Abithx.its,
Across
BIG RACCOON CREEK,
in Brown township, Vinton county, Ohio,
near the mill of lianirl Wortman, also one
Covered Bridge Kith Stone Abutments
Across
LILTLE RACCOON CREEK,
in Clinton township, Vinton county, Ohio,
on the road lending from Hamden to Wilkes,
ville near the residence of Henry C. Robbins,
and also one
OPEN BRIDGE WITH STONE ABUTMENTS
Across
BIG RACCOON CREEK
In Knox township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
the residence of Samuel fieckley.
Contractor ta furnish all the Material.
Plans and Specification!,
re on file for inspection at the Auditor' Of
lice. All bidders tor contract or contracts are
required to 9le with his bid or bids, a bond
double the amour t of such bid or bids, wi'h
good and responsible surely or sureties,
the acceptance of iho Commissioners for the
faithful completion of such work.
The Commissioners, however, reserve the
right to reject any and all bid.
By order of the Commissioner.
W. W. BELFORD,
. .. .... AuditorofViDlon County.
April 3, 1R73. w
lo
!
to
D.M. FERRY'S
AND
BRIGGS & BRO'S-
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUG STORE OF
W0LF.PEARCE&C0,
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Market,
MCARTHUR. OHIO.
SeecLs Warranted to be
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction,
BEST IN THE MARKET,
GilH SEEDS
in
to
WALL JAjPHJR
WINDOW SHADES.
ven su. no..
Union Block, Baoond St.. ChUlicothe,
..l- .k . attention of housekeepers of
I thi. place nd vicinity to tbsir stock of Wall
ALL NEW STYLES,
wr0 THK
Spring Trade of 1873
.r B . ,... Meetved. Call and
am"V.n;ryoJU.inChi.licotb..
Linen and Paper Window Shade$, Ru$
IC JJ" uuoa u ww v
ment of itticellaneoui and
School liooki, Stationery, Fancy
Articles, e.
FA Rill FOR SALE.
rpHE fajm on which I now reside in Jack.
J son township, Pike Co., 0., near Sharon,
ville, nd containing nearly rii hundred acres
Also my farm in Liberty township, Ross Co.,
II., and containing about 380 acres. I will sell
either or
BOTH FARMS) AT A BAKOAIJT.
For lurlher information call on or write fo
me directed to Omega, Pike Co , O. The
lirst hrm Is in one of ihe most desirable itu
atioosin the township' 'fhe frm in Liber
tyitownahipi very oonvnient to the depot
at Londonderry. MASON JONES.
7febl87J
Iamb's Ointment.
THI9 highly popular article I unequalled
by any other application lor the cur ol
iqot is la BraoW, Caling tj thi UM, or Tmmort
from otlur euiuw; fnh Wound, or Brnius,
Fmr Sorm. or otlur old Bom or Utcort;
Vkapptd Hand,, Skin DuooMt, SpraiM,
Htnj Worm, Ball BAmst Tttlor,
AoKtf, Boiu, Bares, Boaldi,
Ftton;
Drmina of Blutort, Ceraj, VkilblaUu, CaresaelM,
Swelling; fo.
It will be found very efltcaclou in theeure
cf Neuralgia, bore Eves, Face Ache, and all
inliamin Jtory Swellings.
Price SO cenva per box.
H. C. CADY, Sole Proprietor,
CINCINNATI, O.
4STSOLD BY ALL DRUQQSrS.
i7febl87.m
CHAPPED HANDS
ANDF4CE,
8ore Lips, Dryness of the fckln, etcn etc.
Cured at once by Hegeman's Camphor lee
with liiyuenne. ll keeps th hand soft in all
weathei. Uee that you get Hegeman'. Bold
by all Onigglsts. Only M cents. Manufac
lured only by liegeman A Co , Chemists and
Druggists, New York.
tfi Established 1830. J
WWELCH & GRIFFITHS,
Manufai'tiirersol Saws,
1 fllTPKKIOK TO ALL D'lH Kits
EVF.lt V MAW WAKIl ANTED.
FILES, BELTING 4 MACHINER
tTLIBCRlL DISCOUNTS.
trprice lists and oir-'ulnrs free.
-aWELCH & GRIFFITHS,
VJ Boston, .lias, and Detroit, Itllch.
riillp; r.uiJe ll now published quarterly.
J cents pays f.ir tho yeas, lour uuinbers,
which i not half theco.i. T oc )io after
wards send ninny to iha amount of ne dol
lar or more f..r see Is mav iilo order twenty
five cents worth c.tr.i-tlic ptice paid lor tho
Guide.
'Ihe .Inntnry number Is hejiitili.t, gt"n
plans for iiinki'ng llural Homes, licsign fur
l'ining Tald.i liei nrnlinns. Window Gsrdens,
Ac, mid cnnt'iin n a mi- of information in
v:ililable to be I .vr ol Bowers. tMie hun
dred and fifty p:i-s, nu line tinted paper,
some Hit huudicd engrnvings sn I n superb
colored plute and chimno cmer, The first
edilion nftwn hundred llinusand jusl piinteil
111 English and l.eimnii, an I ready loseml "Ut.
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It has a strong editorial corps and many
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mm
Legal Notice. LEGAL NOTICE.
of
Mary A. D.flgh, Plalutlff, vs. Juha W- gln,
Defendsut.
In Vinton Connty, Ohio, Court of Common
Pleas. Civil action Attachment,
John W. SAIS.Dsfrodsnt in above action, of
Tippecanoe County, gtat of Indiana, will
tak uutlce, thst Mary A. Iifflgh Plaintiff In
ahov actlou, of lbs Connty of Vinton, Dials of
Ohio, die", on the J7U, day of f.brnary, A. D.
1873. file har'p.tition In th. Conn of Common
Plea within and lor said Vlntnn cnnly, ag.nst
the ld John W.Jtaln defend. nt. HiHng forth,
that the tad delendant from she summer of
106 1 to the month oi Jam 1804. paid Ll. ddra.
ei to, and waited npon th plalutlff, that on the
6th day of February, A. D. 18HS, th said plaintiff
and defendant sntered into amarrisgu contract.
That said contract was tu beconummated on tba
4th i lay of July, I8B6. tb.t lb said pb Intlffwaa
ind I still nnmarrlra. That ssli! ttelendti t did
iot st said time, agreed oo. a.r at any other
time mariy aid iilali.tiir. and that In th month
or June ISM said dsleudant absonndrd from tbe
Slat, of Oblo.and has net resided In ihe St St. of
Oh n .imo, andj praying for a Jndgnient for
0.10c, n. r damages sustained That on Ihe said
27thd.yof.brnry. 1873. Mid pl.'n.irlnled.n
atndavii In said Court ol Common Plea In said
action, for, and cans. n order of attachment to
Isso. thereon in aaid arlloi ,nd that by virtue
of uid oider . f attachment lb Sher ff of said
Vinton loonly .'Uch.sl th following real oaUte
.Un.ii In id Vin.on Cnnty; O l.tofaTTb,
,rtT d"'""t J'hn W Sain: to wU
J1S?? " au,,h "estqnar-
-.u. ir0" nnn,b" ' tcwnshlp nnmber
.711 L b"Bte ront.inln(173
i(e,Crp' y fn m 0B ""th side of id
north-west quarter h.eototorwld by PblllpSsIa
, k' .n" "'T'ded tenth part of 'Tbe
?hiT.l qu'f,"rof,ec,io font. In town,
ship rene,pf range Seventeen, containing
.5U'".,.0' ,NW Mou'" H"nt, a re
f " "'."-"l n"- he .aid
toanrl.8"! ' "n'd ,h1 " 'quired
fnelP?Sr.!iD,,"'r ,'d Ptio, e or be"
Wi""r,,8"urdJ,r,i,er ,h ' 70f
KS'iTuii HowTO" Att, for
- w
AtVewMeessesst tuerted at fair Priee

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