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THE VINTON RECORD.
TIIUKSDAY. MAY 15, 1873.
Ohio Valley Editorial Union.
Tho nixth Annual meeting of the
Oir. VaKey 1-Mitorittl Union will be
lieiJL in I'ir'clevillp, on Thursday and
l-'ri.Jav. June 1'Jtb and 1 3th. 1S73.
A lull attendance ot tho members of
tlf J rt'8s isuVsired. in order that the
wet'tin may ho Loth pleasttut and
WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't.
W. S. McCOLLISTER, Sec'y.
Tub New York Tribune says:
is from Ihe highest social
order among us the colored
man will receive social recog
nition when he deserves it, and
last from the lowest. The mas
ter of the house will invite him
as his honored guest long be
fore LSid'ly will cease to jeer at
lu'm as a 'nigger.'"
From which we conclude
that the citizens of McArthur
are of "the highest social or
der;" for while other sections
and other people are wrangling
about admitting colored chil
dren to the public schools with
Ihe white children, our people
Bellied the question five years
ago by admitting them. True
we hive those in our -midst
who prosecute and persecute
and wantonly destroy prop
ty to satisfy prejudice on ao
count of color, but they are
exceptions, and are not of "the
highest social order among us."
The schools nor the public
have suffered no deterioration
in morals or self-respect by ex
tending to all children the ben
efit ot pur educational institu
tions; and we laugh at the
doubts and foars of those who
hesitate- to be just.
As a matter of history it
should be recorded that some
of jthe Democracy ol our town
were among tho foremost in in
augurating the new era, pri
vately urging colored people
to send their children to school,
hoping thereby to bring the
Republican party into disre
rute, by practically placing
whites and blacks alongside of
each other, or compelling the
Uuard (who all happened to
be Republicans) to refuse to
'practice what they preached,"
y rejecting them. The per
sons of color who had been ap
proached consulted with those
i:i authority, and with their as
surance, but much fear and
trembling, started their chil
dren to 6chool. The Democ
racy awaited the outcome with
anxious eye to increased po
litical prestige, and so confi
dently did they expect the
Board to reject the colored
children that they had permit
U-.l their own children to ac
company them to school about
wo weeks before any com
p'rtint was made. Then, assured
tiiat the colored children were
i bo allowed school privi-
1 Tos, they withdrew their chil
l. -ii from school "in high dud
ci ;" only, however, to be
i . t with a history of the part
i ,y had performed In actively
i iiigurating the movement,
inch completely silenced
!.'iem, so that as soon as they
L id tested the firmness of the
Board they quietly returned
their children. Thus was their
old, doubly loaded Democratic
fuzee aimed at the good people
of McArthur. The recoil was
too great. All the damage was
done in the rear of the gun,
and from the time the old fuzee
was discharged to the present
moment they have quietly ac
cepted the situation, not even
attempting to make the subject
a matter of test in the elec
tion of a member of the Board.
TLus it is that
The best laid plaus of mice and
Gail;; aft njrlec.
Mrs. Eliza Ukown, widow of
Tearly Brown, died near Nel-
sonvi!Ie,al the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. M. D. Wolfe,
yesterday, about 12.30 o'clock.
S!ie was rr;e of the early set
tlers in this county, was in the
seventy-sixth year of her age,
lias Jed an active, useful life,
and leaves a large family, as
well as a numerous circle of
friei.ds, w h o will sincerely
mourn her loss. She will be
buried in IIcArlhur cemetery,
ti.e funeral services taking
p'noe from the Al. E. church
G., McA. & C. R.
We have lately corns ia possession
of facts which convince us that the
present Board of Directors are backed
hj some of the strongest capitalists of
the United States, for the ironing and
equipping, and, if necessary, a part of
the grading. The information wss not
received through or by authority of the
Directors, It is perfectly reliable, but
we do not (eel at liberty to say more,
except that with a clear field there can
be no manner of doubt that President
Langley has perfected arrangements
which will secure the road. In view
of these facts we respectfully call for
a suspension of hostilities on the part
of the Gallipulis litigants They have
had the Directors in Court ever sinco
the first inception of the scheme, and
have been defeated at every point As
it is not claimed that the Directory has
acted dishonestly or squandered the
money of the company, but is conceded
that the road so far has been econom
ically constructed, we can see no cause
but personal mulice against a part of
the Directors, or a determination to
make tho road fail if possible, for con
tinued prosecutions. As the course of
those litigants has only so far retarded
work, and was calculated to destroy
the confidence of the public in the suc
cess of the enterprise, it is about time
the people of Gallia were giving them
to understand emphatically that they
will in the future hold them responsi
ble for the legitimate fruits of their ao
tion, which are loss of time, loss of
money and loss of credit.
We regard it as a remarkable ease
that with the kind of opposition the
Directory has had to meet, that they
have still been able, to go on and main,
taic the cerdit of the company. If
they have done so well despite fuc
ticui opposition, how much better
would they have done with a clear
field? Let the people see that they
heve it in the- future, and they will
soon rejoice at a completed road.
Judge Van Trump on the
Vote to Increase Salaries.
To 6ome of our Democratic
coiemporaries who are anxious
to make capital against the
Republican party by reason
of the passage of the increased
salary bill, we invite attention
to what one ol their own
Members has to say about it.
Judge Van Trump, in his ad
dress to his constituents in re
gard to the salary bill, said:
"This vote was taken amidst
the wildest excitement in the
House. It was manifest, from
the way in which the vote was
ruuning, that the contest
would be an exceedingly
close one. After the voting
was closed, and while the
names were being slowly read
at the desk, by tho reading
clerk, it was ascertained that
the question was lost by three
or four majority. Then com
menced a most ludicrous
scene.. Five or six members
sprang to their feet and chang
ed their votes from the nega
tive to the affirmative, thus
turning the majority to two on
the other 6ide, and I am sorry
to say that the majority of those
changing voles came from the
Democratic side of the House?
Arrest of a Sccundrel who has
been Stealing Good Horses
and Burning old Horses
Cincinsati, May 11. On
Friday, at Wapakonetta, Ohio,
at the instance ot George W.
Ilood, of Butler county, John
Lawler was arrested and bro't
to Hamilton on the charge of
horse stealing and barn burn
ing, lie acknowledged his
guilt. 11 is mode of operation
has been to pick up old and
worthless horses on commons,
steal good horses from barns
at night, and put the old
horses ia their places aud set
the barn on fire and leave.
About a dozen barns have
been burned in Butler county
in this way in the last six
months. Mr. Ilood detected
the trick by examining the
shoes of horses and tracing
them to old and broken down
horses that had been put in
the bnrn and burned. lie had
lost by theft six horses, and
the same number of old ones
had been put in his barn and
the barn theu burned.
Tue railroad company has
been condemning its way into
Uallipolis, at a cost of $3,575.
The right is now secured thro'
the county. Work will com
mence immediately in the
vicinity of the city, and, we
understand, as Boon as the
grading is finished track laying
will commence. 20 miles of
the road is nearly complete.
Advertisements inserted at fair Prices
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE HASTINGS PRESIDING.
The Grand Jury finished
their labors last Thursday, find
ing twelve bills of indictment.
Eight of ' them were for keeping
a room where liquor was aold in
violation of law, six ot which
were made public, as follows :
Henry Morrison, J. 0. Swetland,
Horace Redd, M. Slosser, John
Jones and Patrick O'Keefe. Each
one plead not guilty, and was
recognized to appear at tbo next
term of Court. Jacob Weis was
indicted and tried for assault and
battery, plead guilty, and is
awaiting sentence. Arrests on
the remaining indictments have
not been made at the time of go
ing to press. The Jury found
tho jail to be kept in good con
dition, and the rules enjoined up
on the keeper duly observed. In
the cases of the State against
John B. Allen Jesse McMan-
nis and R. A. Brown no indict
ments were found.
Win. Mark vs. Wm. and Wm.
M. Lee, Judgment by default,
G. B. Wright vs. A. Gaekill.
Dismissed at plaintiff's cost.
E. D. Dodge vs. Geo. Bull.
Judgment by consent of execu
trix for $144.25.
Allen Thompson vs. A. Depue.
Jonathan Blore vs. II. and W.
Winkleman. Dismissed at plain
tiff 8 costs without prejudice.
John Swift, Jr. vs. Malinda
Swift. Divorce granted on ac
count of wilful absence.
Joseph W. Rannells vs. Thos.
J. Brewer and Francis Shades.
Judgment by default for $146.
Jacob Kelly vs. Augustus
Robb. Dismissed at plaintiff's
II. C. Jones vs. Wm. and Ra
chel Lee. Sale by Sheriff con
Voss Iloff hines vs. Wm. Gold.
Judgment by default $901.25 on
notes and mortgages, and judg
ment made first lien on premises.
The case of M. L. Donkle
against Benson Dunkle.guardian,
was heard by the Court. Judg
ment not yet recorded, but the
Court granted motion for trial by
At the time of going to press
the case of the State against Ed
ward Quinn for cutting with in
tent to wound is just concluded,
the jury returning a verdict of
The telegraph of Tuesday,
brings the news of tho return
of a part of Oapt. Hall's Arctic
expedition who became sep
arated from their companions
and were picked up by the
steamer Tigress. They bring
the news of the death of Capt.
Hall, Oct. 8lh, 1871. The
vessels of the expedition
reached within 464 mile3 ot the
north pole, being farther than
was ever before penetrated by
ships, and those who know
best the objects of the expedi
tion consider it far from a
failure, although not entirely
The Legislature failed to ul
low the Morgan Raid Claims,
but appointed a Commissioner
on a sr lary of $3,000 per year
to present the claim to the
general government. They
should have allowed the claim
years ago, and instructed the
State officers to present the
bill to Uncle Sam. Everybody
would have had their money
now, and been happy.
The Convention to revise
the Constitution met on Tues
day, and organized by electing
Hon. M. R. Waite, of Lucas as
President; D. IV. Rhodes, of
Delaware, Secretary; J. T.
Wilbur, Cuyohoga, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Oakes Ames died at his home
in Massachusetts, last Thurs
day night, from the effect of a
stroke of paralysis which at
tacked.him last Monday afternoon.
Chief Justice Chase died at
the residence of his daughter,
Mrs. Hoyt, in New York, on
the 7th inst., from the rupture
of a blood vessel, causing apoplexy.
Experience will teach any man that
it is advantageous to patronise those
who advertiss in newspapers;
A citizes of Brown town
ship reports that with all the
rain of last week, there is no
water where the Hope Fur
nace bridge is to be built,
while the ford of Big Sand, a
few hundred yards distant at
the crossing of the State road
will swim a horse for nearly a
quarter of a mile. He wants
us to push the inquiry, "why
is this thus?" While we are
doing so we must insist, if the
Commissioners are going to
bridge mud roads that they
first bridge the road from Mc
Arthur to the Station, as it is
more used than any other road,
and is in a worse condition. It
mud roads are to be bridged
we insist that the bridges be
placed "where they will do the
S. M. Pettingill & Co , ad
vertising agents, New York,
have been in business about
twenty-five years, and adver
tised to the amount of over
ten million dollars. Through
out all their term of business
they have maintained the most
friendly relations with the
press, as honest, trustworthy
business men, and at the same
time have conducted their bus
iness so as to advance the in
terests and make money for
those who have done their ad
vertising through them. It
was lately rumored that they
had given up business, which,
we are glad to learn, is not so.
"May they live long and prosper."
Ax the last teacher's exam
ination, the following named
persons received certificates,
as follows :
For twelve months. W. F.
Westcoat,Ella Allen and Laura
For six months. A. W. Salts
and Callie Roach.
Mrs. Catharine Out, mother
of L. F. Ort, publisher of the
semi-weekly Commercial, died
at Ironton last Saturday, at
the age of 87 years.
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
TH E undersigned wishes lo inform his cus
tomers and the public generally that he
has' double ;h amount or swept pola
toes, in beds to spro.it, to what he had ,or
nierly put out and hopes to be nhle to furnnh
pl.inu through the season to all that maj fa
vor him with a call, tor 25 cts. per h.indred.
Flace ol resideuce miles couth of McAr
thur. LEVI WYllAN.
Dissolution of Copart
nership. NOTICE is hereby given that the copart
nership heretofore existing between N,
Richmond and J. ti. Hulin, under the tirni
name ol Kielimond & Huhn whs dissolved oo
the Mb day ol Mny, 1873, by mutual consent.
All business pertuini g to. ihe lute firm will
lie setiled by J. a. Huhn, who remains at the
old stand, All persons knowing themsolves
indebted to said firm are hereby notified to
call upon linn ami settle their accounts. Ail
accounts not settled on or before the 1st dav
July, lt73 will be promptly put in the way or
collection. M. KlCHMO.iiJ,
J. 6. HUHN.
The undersigned would auk A continuation
or that liberal patronage heretofore given. 1
will sell low lor nth, hut 1 will keep no books,
bo do not ask lor usxd T. J. ti. HUH ft.
May 14, 1873. 3w
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
MINGAR'S HAT STORE
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Mayo, DuHadway k Mayo, Plaintiffa,
Abram Wilber, Defendant
IX VUiTOTr COUNTY COURT OF
COMMON PLEAs-OROER OF KALE
PURSUANT to the command of an order ol
s.de iss'ied from the Court or Common
Plexor Vinton County, and to me directed
as Sheriff or said County, I will offer for sale
in from of the Court House In the town ol
McArthur, ViDton County, Ohio, on
Monday, 16th day of June, 1873
at the hour or one o'clock, P. H. of said day
the following described lands and tenements
to wit; Commencing at the north west corner,
ol the north east nne-hair of the north-east
quarter of section No. 30, township No. 10,
or range No. 17, i hence running lotith wuhin
two rod of Jostah Wilber ' House, thence east
to the Marietta Ciacinnsti Railroad, thence
running north-easterlv to Ihe south oor.
ner ot Uridiet White's lot, thence due north
to the section line thence due west to the place
of beginning, containing two acres, more or
less, witn ail or tie privileges and appurten
ances thereunto belonging, being the same
Property sold by Abram Wilber to bebastiao
Appraised at thirteen hundred (IOO) dol
lars and must bung two-thirds or that sum.
To be sold the property or Abram Wilber
to satisfy an order or sale, issued from Ihe
Court ol Common Pleas in lavoror Mayo, Du
ll idwny k Ala jo.
. TbRU OF SALK.-Cash In hand on day of
hhentt Vinton County.
J. M. MofliLUTkAT, Alt'y for ul'llT.
Hay 16, 173.
TUAT WHICH IS
PRINT AND PROSPER.
The Best and Cheapest
13 one or
Circulars Sent . Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIRED.
MANUFACTORY No. 11 WEST 4th U
A Fine German Chroma
WS SXXD II IlttMKT annuo, HOPNTSD AND
UDI rOS MAKING, 11 TO SVIHI AOINt TV
LITE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BY THOS. W.KNOX,
942 P'g Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relate incidents snd areidents beyond the
light or dy; startling adventures lu nil parte
oi me worm mine, ami mode or working
mem; undercurrents oi society, gambling
tnd its horr ires caverns and their mysteries.
the dark ways nf wickedness; orisons and
their secrets; down in the depths of Ihe sea
strange Htories ol the detection or crime.
The book tresis of the experience wii n brig
ends; in opium dens and gimbling hells, lire
in prison; stories or exiles; adventures
among Indians; journeys through sewers and
catacombs, acoidenta in mines; pirates and
furacien; tortures or the inquisition; wonder
ul burglaries; underworld or the great cities,
fir this work. Exclusive territory given
Agents can miks IWO per week in selling this
noon, send tor circulars and terms to agents,
J. B. B Villi tf Ul'UE,
HAPTFORD, CONN., or CHICAGO, ILL.
The chenpest Land In market for sale by the
UNION PAOIHO RAILROAD CO.,
In the great Platte Valley.
3,000,000 Acres ia Central Nebraska
now lor awe in tracts or forly acres snd up.
warns on nve ann ten yeara' crerlit at S pe
cent. No advance interest rnouireil.
Mild and henlthlul climate, fertile soil, an
uuiiiimi,-u xumj wHter.
THE BEST MAKKET IN THE WEST!
The great mining regions ol Wvoming, Color
ado, Utah and Nevada, being supplied by the
tanners iu tne riatte vauo".
sou!Bis entitled to a iiorirctiD or ICO acres.
THE BEST LOCATION'S FOR COLONIES,
KREB HOMES FOR ALU Millions or
acres or cnoice government liinda open Tor
entry under the Homestead Law, near thia
great railroad, with good markets and all the
convenience ol an old settli d country,
free passes lo purchasers ol railroad land
Hectionnl maps, showinv the land, also new
edition or descriptive pamphlet with new maps
uibiidu jicv v. trrywnere. AQiiress
O. K. IMVI3,
Land C'oMinimoiier, V P. H.,
Wholesale Agents toi Ohio and Indiana.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGANS.
T'EILERS SUPPLIEP AT MAN UFA C
Tl'REKH- PKlCE-t. Cslalogues sent free
.1. K. HAKKIS C(.,Coliinil,iis,(liio.
USE the Keiinger Sash Lock mI Support lo
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS I
No spring to breik, noeultinir cl s.:shi cheap,
durable, very easily applied; holda ahat
any place aesirea, and a seir-rastener when
thesnsh IS dnwil. Heml limn fnr oirnulur
Circular and sn copperobronaed locks sent to
nny amines in tne U.M., postpaid, on receipt
ol SOcta. l.iheral inducement- lo Ihe trade.
Ageni wanted. Address KEI81NUER KA H
Lot K CO., No. 418 Market St. llarrisburg.l'A
fl) Established IMO I
WWELCH & GRIFFITHS,
w Mniiiirai'tureriol saws,
SUPERIOR TO ALL O'lHEDS
EVERY HAW WAKIlAVrKIK
FILES. BELTING & MACHINERY
"Price lists and cirouWa free.
r WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
J Boston, Mass, and Detroit, Mich.
"1AJMHBTIU" BfcWJNU MACHINE CO, N Y
BK""" wmiwu oeuu hji ,t,iej-s
HOW TIS DONE, or the Secret oat.
Mn.lani ami U; l.i.l.n.. . l .i ., .. i-
great SECRET and 100 others. Gamblers'
i ticks, uaraioingy, ventriloquism, all in the
ync.nmu -0,idh ai nenaers." maiiea
roi.zs cents. Address 1). (J. ClU LER, Car
State of Ohio, Vinton County
Humphrey Clark, Plaintiff,
Nicholas Pflfer, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
rleat. Order of Sale.
"PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
A. sate issued irom the Court or Common
Pleas or Vinton Countv. and in m riirscud
as Sheriff of said county, I will offer for sale at
ineoooroi inetiourt Mouse, in the town ol
McArthur, Vinton County, Oh io,on
Saturday, the 17th Say of May, A. D.
at the hour of J o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
lunowing aescrioea isons ana tenements, lo
wit: Part of the eart hair of the south-east
quarter or section No. tore. (M townshin No.
uiur, (; oi range no. eigniern, (IB) com-
(84) rods north of the south-west corner ol
mencinK tor tne same st s stone, eiffniv.fonr
said lot, thence south seventy Ave (16) de
chains to a stone, thence 'forty nve (4A) de
ureas, east fourteen snd oft- hnndreths (UMn
grees, eisi nve ana miny-six Hundredths
io.jo; onitiup w m sione, ineaes nonn twelve
ll-i) degrees west four (4) chains to a stone.
thence west arisen and forty-eight hundredths
lio.uj cnains to a stone.tnencf south Ii ur ami
wenly-lhree (4 23) hnndreths chains to the
place or beginning, being ten (10) acres situ
ate in Vinton county. State orohio,
4npraied st three hundred and twecty su
dollars and siitvsiz snd two-thirds cents
$326.tx aud must bring two-tnirds ol that
Also, in lots Noa. thirty-three, 33 siiteen,
IA thirty-four. 34 snd the eai-t hair of No. fif
teen, 15 said lots being -ituaie in the town oi
Alleusnlle, Vinton county. Ohio.
Apnraised at seven hundred and drtv.eluhi
dollars and thirty three and one Ihird cenis.
iS:a)t sod must bring two thirds of thai
I'o be sold as he property of Nicholas PBfei
lo sslisfr an order ol sale, issued Irnm
Court of Common Pleas in favor or Hum
TERMS Of BALE: Cash in hand o- thedat
or sale. tit:OK3E KALKK, '
bher.tl V inton county.
H. C. Josss, Attorney for Plsintifl.
April 17, A. l. mi. , ,
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second 8treet,
. . . . . . .J Mia. Atleank.
19 now reciving m iarxe. .m.
its stock he has ever opened.
Inrited to his Superior A lortment
New Fabric ind Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves
IACE SAQTJES and LACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PAEASOLS and CORSETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
In new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICES.
K. B. SMART.
linUEVM ropidlg with stencil and key
MUnC I hec't out Its. Catalogues and
lull piirlit'ii'ara FHEK 8. M. HptNris, 117
117 Hanover st , Boston.
innniiAin ftl AAMLB R FR
WUrtMNU ljLK&&male inn .week
guaranteed. Kespvittalile employment at
home . day or evening; nooapiUl required;
roll instructions ami a talunhle pnrkage nl
goods sent tree by mail Address with cent
return stamp, M. tuuitu a uu.( is wruanu
at., n i.
dtfttrV'T 'W Agents wanted! All
JlUa;Ucl,w,fa f workmg people, ol
either s x, v ungnroid, inske moie money
at work for ns In iheir spars momenta, or all
Ihe lime, than anything else. Particulars free,
Address 0. HTlNfEN CI) , Portland, Mmne,
For any rase or Wind
iileeriing, Itching or nlcer
He l piles, that Petting I
Pile Remedy fails to cure,
It is prepared to cure the
piles snd nothiig else.
Sold by all druggists.
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
A, ', ''Jl( .f
Italian and Vormont Marble.
SCOTCH CH.WITE Ml'SEXTS
ALL KINDS OK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St.,bet'n Second &ate)
1 anpeniitend all my own work in person.
I execute all the finer ipsign, use the het
mnterial, and can lot he undpisnlil. Persona
wishing any work lo my line are Invited to
examine work, stock and prices, hefore malt
1 personally suiieiintend the careflil setting
up or atones and monuments bought at nil
Hv buying at this shop yon will save from 15
to 20 per cent, paid to ag. nts. 24apr73
VMNTE,' agents and peddlers lor our
v Press and Strainer Presses and strains
lama, lellies, herba, vegetaWes, Urd, tallow,
meats, cheese, Ac. Over 6U,insj sold in a
few localities. Sella quick. Every family
wants it. "swing Machine and other estab
lished agent are finding this very profitable.
Circulara fiee. I.ittlelield and Dame, HH
Washington street, boston, Mass. ImayHw
VaI"Le.'"rTT,n,,r8 t" ell our new and
WAW UDto sell our new and novel em
broidering machine, send lor iliu-tmled cir-
S Jl"Brii 6 "v Mnufactiiring Company,
ami flroadwty. Ktn york. " imyam
eiy lady wsnui cue I Every man wants one I
.. .. , ' inw. Aonreaa L,. k.
HYDE 4 CO. MS Seventh Avenue, New York!
ROX.TON FLIRTATION 81ti.f ALA.
Sent on receipt ot Hi cts. Unique printing
snd publishing House, 38 Vesey street, New
Tke TlMb whk 9A It. U 1
chine, 30 Uay Trlnl( many advantag.
" 11 cn.inim-.iuu diiaranieeii, or lSJ
refunded. Sent compleie.with roll directiont.
Heckwith Sewing Machine Co., Ktii Bresdwsy,
TUT WIV K' W .fiw.n VDBTUa .
important Uurntm. It retains the rupture at
.....v. huuci iinruBi vAeruiae or
severest strain. It is worn withaomlort, and
ir kept on night and day, effects permsnent
cure in s few weeks. Sold cheap, and seat by
,tTi.ira,eu, cireuisrs nee, wnen or
dered hv letter sent to The Elastio Truss Co.,
Na Aia D SVI W 1 . Svl .
mttlll Hliri not ttllulA' Iaa n.isari.l. .k. . i .
off too frequently., lmrm
THIS highly popular article is unequalled
by any other application lor Ihe cure ot
Agm (alas Bnoaf, Cshae ef tU Milk, sr ram
rosi o(Ar auun; i'rmk H'vsadf or Brauss,
Fatr Barm, or Macr old Sort or Vlcort:
Chapped Hamdt, Stia Dimum, Opranu,
Bima Worm, Ball Hktum Trttw,
Abtcmtm, Boils, Saras, StnUs,
Drmrint of BUltn, Coras, lMattu, Cartaaebs
It will be found very efficaciona in the ear
or Neuralgia, sore Eves, Face Ache, sad' all
Price 60 cents per box.
H. C. CADY, Sole Proprietor,
WILL find the Record office supplied with
Ih lergi at assortment nl II orae and Jark
or'rtii uttMDd " MY ofll ,b,, Mo"0-
Bills Printed on Short Notice
THE undersigned hsvio som i n.
utrd miles north ol McArthur, will oBsUr
at publio sals SI nis reiu;.-. -
THURSDAY. MAY 8,1873
the following persons property to wit:
three yesrs old, good sise.
5 HEAD OF HORSES,
consisting ol 1 mare, nine years old, with ,
young eolij 1 three- yssr old mare, ui 1 ool
one ij-Trwwi - J
OneTiro-Year-Old Bull, Fine-blooded
21 HEAD OF YEARLING CATTLE,
THIRTY HEAD OF SHEEP,
1 lour-llorse Uagon,
1 Set Buffy Harness, t Mts) !
11 M arsst
snd a lot of
Trnua mH known on the dsr ol Bls x-
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock In the Tor
noon. H trill I tbitaa.
April II, 1S73.
NOTICE TO SPECIAL TAXFATES3
The law or Decimber U, Vtl, requires syv.
ery person engaged in an) bnsiners.avocation,
or employment, which tenders him liablslo a
to procure and place conspicoontly in hit
tablishmeot or place oi business,
denoting the payment or said Special Tag be
lore commeow'ing business.
The taxes embiaced within the provisions
ot the law above quoted are the following. tii:
Rcctillers 1200 00
Deiilt rs, rernil liquor 23 00
DfiiU-rs, wholfsitle liquor 100 00
Dealers lu nnilt Ilquor8,whole-
sale 60 00
Dealers In malt liquors, retail. 20 00
Dealer In leal tobacco 25 00
ltetttll dealers in leaf tobacco. 600 00
and on sales of over $1 000.
titty cents for every dollar lu
excess of $1,000.
Dealers i'l manufactured to
bacco 6 0OJ,
Miinufacturere of f tills 60 10
and lor cacti still or worm
manufactured . . 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco. . .'. . 10 00
Manufacturer of cljrars 10 00
Peddlers of tobacco, tirst class,
(more than 2 horses) 60 CO
Peddlers of tobacco, second
class, (2 lioifcs) . 25 00
Peddlers ol tobacco.tliird class,
(1 horse) ... 15 00
Peddler of tobacco, fourth
class, on foot or public con
veyance J ... 10 00
Brewers oflestlian500 barrels 60 00
Brewers ot 600 barrels or more 100 00
Any person who sha'l Tail to comply with
Ihe foregoing riqmreineiila will be subject to
Speciiil lax payers throughout the United
Htaioaare reminded that they mils' innkeap
plication to the Collector lor Deputy Collect
or) of theii respective districts and procurs
the proper slinp for the Special-tux Year,
commencing May I, l7;i, wiltiou'. wailing for
In 1 1 h. r uoiice. U. r. CtiA'l'Es,
Collector Intemul Revenue, lltn IMstrict, U.,
H.C. Mn.i.ia, Deputy Co'lector, .Iscmsob
C. II., Ohio. Im4vr
Stale of Ohio, VintonCounty, ss.
Cornelius Kara,, Plaintiff,
The Vin'on Furnace & Coal Company
of Ohio, Defendants.
IX TIXTOX COURT OF 4'OMMOX
I'LKAHOKbLIl tf HA I.E.
PURFUANT to the command or an ord, r of
Sule i-aued from Ihe Court or Coil mon
I'leas or Vinton County, and to niedlieclrdas
t-heriltor saidCounlv, I will otler hir sale at
the door of thn Court Ho i-e, in the town of
t vAilhur, Vinlun Co-ntv, uluo, on
Saturday, the 17th Day'of May, 1873..
al the hour oil oVIock P. M. orsnH dav, the
following oVhcribed property, lo wit: situaie
in the said county of Vinmn, U 10, purtoli
the soulhwel comer of I he Hurt li-i at ounr.
ter nl sei-tmn No. Ifotwenly Ave, luwi,-hip No.
II eleven, ol rsnga No. 17 seventeen and es
pecially described as a tract oi hind nay 60.
leel in aldlh run g diagonally from
point twenty Hve fc t north l the lxnda ,nr
jeyed by S. W. Htone lor a railroad from the
Vinton Stntion lo tne Vinton rurnace, ahers
ssid line intersects ihe a est line or said quar
ter set lion, thence running south-east (,aral
lei lo said surveyed line, lit Iwrnit-tite feet
north of said mrvey, which said hue running
na aforesaid, i a be the renter of sitid strip or
tract or land herein conveyed.
ANo three 3 acres ntd ItreSrnrf., hein" a
strip or loud being thirty Ave 34 Itet i
Iromthecentrt of Ihe railroad tract or Inn
V.nton Furnace Coiil Company or Ohio's
railro-l on each side of said railroad traot,
rrom the cen'er, located in the north-west
quarter or section No. tb, towvship No. II, of
range No. 17, in Vinton county Ohio. Also,
the railroad iron and ties located IB the above
descrilied rehl estate, auppunod lo be about
two-thirds or mile in length.
aWr'?1 h'M-iour hundred dollars,
IMUOand must bring two-thirda ol IhalsLm.
ro be sold as the property or Ihe Vinton
:.!?iHc S,0"' ""P" of Ohio, at al, to
satisn an order sale, issued from the Court
TKRMint'l??'! h''f Cornelius Kama.
rbKMS OF SALK ; rssh in hand on Ihs
dayofsale. EORE KALEt,
bbtna Vinton County.
Cosaitics Kaiis. '
April 17. 1873. lw
8 MAIDEN LANE, N.Y..
AND DKA1.ER IN
Foreign and AmericaDt
U Watch Cases us eU GeU and SIITcs
FrR ALT. WHO ARB WILt,IlG.TO WORK
Any person, old or young, of ellh'r sex.,
can make from f to to loo per week, st horn
oe ia connection with other humnees. WsnU
ed by si . VLttshle to either city or count it.
KlrJ lff lMAn of wives, I'L . . '
. - isr, i nm ia m rar.
opportunity for those who are out or work.
anil nitt ai n.n,. in -' . .
,.T .i,a an inoepeodeni
living No capital being reqairsj ("J
psmphlol, "Bow to Make a Uving!" giving-
rillinstroction.. senton receipt Micenl
Address. I HI'DTIIH . u '
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