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THE VINTON RECORD.
The iflicial majority of Allen
over Noye8 is 817. The bal
ance ol the State ticket is Re
publican by majoriiies, rang
ing from 177 to 1,000.
The total vote of the State
h about 450,000. The Prohi
bition ticket received 10,081
votes and the People's tickets
The Republican loss com
pared with the vote for Secre
tury of State in 1S72 is over
50,000. The Democratic loss
Snow in the Northwest.
There is three inches of 6now
at Negaunee, Mich, and seven
inches at Fort Garry, Manitoba
During the past twenty-four
hours enow has fallen between
Laramie and Greeu Uiver, to
the depth of four inches. It is
now snowing at Cheyenne. No
detentions to trains.
We have one consolation, it
old Bill Allen is Governor oi
Ohio: Old Meigs contributed
her full quota to deleat him.
ller majority for Noyes is pre
cisely the same that Wycolf
received last year for Secreta
ry of Slate 1,355. But two
other counties did as well
Lucas and Erie. As l'rince
Hamlet, or some other lellow
remarks: "Thou canst not say
I did it, shake not your gory
The Secretary of the Treas
ury has on hand about 6even
hundred and filly thousand dol
lars in silver coin, with which
he proposes to resume, paying
out silver next week for cur
rency, and vice versa, lie
does not believe that the de
mand lor silver will bo very
great, and expects to be able
to coin it at the mints fast
enough to keep up with all the
calld. After the novelty oi
the experiment has worn oil,
Mr. Kichardson believes that
there will be but few demands
for money other than green
backs. Pursuant to tbeviews re
garding resumption expressed
by the Secretary of the Treas
ury recentlv, the Director of
the Mint Las been making ex
tensive arrangements for the
coinage of both gold and silver
to an extent heretofore unpre
cedented, so as to be ready tor
the resumption of specie pay
merits, there now being larf e
quantities of these metals
awaiting coinage. The first
step iu resumption has been
taken, it having been ascer
tained to-day from the Secre
tary of the Treasury that the
government will pay out sil
ver as soonas it. can be profit a
bly and conveniently coitied
for that purpose.
Says a morning paper: "Free
Trade is a term having the
positive signification that al
men shall be alike free from
arbitrary restraint upon their
equal right to exchange the
the commodities they have
for the commodities they want.
It is wonderful, if this be a fair
definition of Free Trade, that
the Journal in question does
not see that it itself is not in fa
vor ot the doctrine. Take the
various callings pursued in Chi
cago. Why should the auction
eer, the itinerant showman, the
vender of gunpowder, the keep
cr of an intelligence office, the
butcher, the pawnbroker, the
nosier thn Balonn-keerjer,
any of the thousand trades en
gagei in business in the city.
be required to take out licens
es? Is this not an "arbitrary
restraint upon the right of men
to exchange the commodities
they have for the commodities
they want ?". If it is not, why
is it cot? And if it is, why
does that paper remain silent
trover such a moss iniquity prac
ticed nnder its very nose, whilo
it waxes so wroth at a similar
AdTeanleemeBle Inverted at lair fttoe.
Reports Inrn Memphis in re
gard to the Yellow Fever pre
discouraging. One day the
lever abates and the next ne
cases are developed.
Out of 55,000 inhabitants,
n arly three iourlhs have left
the city. Luge sums of mon
ey have been sent for the re
lief of the sick and destitute,
and still more help is needed.
Let us hope that the same gen
erous public spirit will be man
ifested toward our fever strick
en Southern cities, that was
shown to Boston and Chicago,
alter their calamities by fire.
It is very common, nowa
days, to see young ladies who
have a smattering of French
and German and know how to
play the piano, but who at the
same time, so far as all duties
of housekeeping are concerned
are mere grown up babies.
Such girls are destined, if thfy
marry, to be miserable. No
amount of money can render
a household independent and
comfortable, if the woman at
the head of it knows nothing
about housekeeping. The ed.
ucation of a Queen would be
mperfect if she were not
taught how to make bread.
Wo do not know what moth
ers cau be thinking of who al
ow theirdaughters to grow up
n utter ignorance of domestic
duties. Do they expect them
always to live at hotels or to
board in boarding houses? If
not, they must be well- aware
that an incompetent house
keeper makes an uncomfortr.
ble and miserable homo, and
that whenever these daughters
shall have the responsibility
of a house placed upon them,
unhappiness and vexation must
An orator, while making a
6peech in Texas, was asked by
listener: "What have the
Northern men done for Texas?"
To which he replied: "Taken
the weeds out of your fence
corners, raised vegetable,
planted fruit trees, built your
largest and best houses, im
ported your finest breed of
horses and cattle, erected near
ly every machine 6hop, foun
dry and mill that you have
among you. They have mind
ed their business, and have not
disturbed a large audience by
asking foolish questions. They
have striven by honest indus
try to keep off the Sheriffs
hands and thirty feet ahead of
the tax collector."
ny r . . ....
iiie oioKes trial is again in
progress in New York ci'y.
New evidence is beiue Intro
duced for the defense. If there
is any potency in money, per
jury and the technicalities ol
the law Stokes will go acquit
ted. Whatever may be the
verdict of the Jury, public
opinion long ago convicted
him. Let his friends paint the
act an inch thick, it is noth
ing but deliberate, premedita
ted murder. Sure and swift
justice is meeted out to mur
derers if they are Modocsl
The trial of Tweed and h
conireres on wnat are Known
as the ring indictments, has
been determined upon imme
diately after the conclusion of
the Sioke'o case.
A lady no in Edinburgh,
Scotland, wears a moleskin
mantle manufactured from lie
coats of nearly six hundre
moles captured on Her own
The fight between the Brule
Sioux and Ponea Indians, on
the 15th inst, resulted, accord
ing to the latest reports, in the
killing of twenty.
Tue new forts around Paris
twenty-two in number, are to
be began this month, and
when ibey are completed Par
is exptPts to be 8eif?e proof.
Mant parts pf Arkansas teem
with mineral wealth i'n leaJ
and coal and only neeu capita!
tn rlevplnn it and railroads to
Two female candidates have
been elected members of the
Legislates of WjAQaiog.
Tue King's county grand ju
ry have indicted Whitelaw
Reid, Charles A. Dana, i 1 Al
derman Wylie, for alleged li-
bel on Judge McCue, Downer,
a clerk, and Kingsley, of
Brooklyn bridge n itoriety.
Tue San Francisco Chronic!
has made the discovery that
the Mormons in Utah are pre
paring to strike their tents and
take up their abode in some oi
the islands in the Pacific.
A young man at Evan;villa
coughed up a twenty five-cent
currency rote tho other day,
and he has gone right back to
the boarding house whose hash
he formerly complained of.
Dr. J. Walker's California
YillPSfar Bitters are u purely Veg
etable preparation, made cliielly from
tho native lierlis fouuil on tho lower
ranges of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tain's of California, tho medicinal
irouertics of which aro extracted
therefrom without the luc of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
What U tho cause n tue unpar
alleled SUCCC33 Of YlXEUAlt lilT-
tei:.s f Our answer is, that they
remove tho cause of disease, and
tlio patient recovers his health. Tliey
nro tliu great blood partner an i a
life-giving iniicipU a peiluct inno
vator niij InvijMinlnr of the system.
Never before ia the hi'toyy of the world
lias a nicdieiiio boe:i ccniipimiulocl pos
sessing tho remarkable dualities of Yix-
EOAit JliTTKits in healing tho sick of
cverv dueaso limit ii heir to. They are
a ecntlo rurzutivo in well at a itmie,
relieving Congestion r Iulliiiiiniiitiini of
the Liver and tseerul Urjruui, ia iiuiuu
Th3 uroiiPrtiM of Dn. Walk-
Er'S Vixeoaii IliTTKiiKiiro Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Caminmtive, .Nutrition', Laxiv
livo, Diurotic, .Sedative Oouiittir-Irritant,
SaJoriii:', Altenitive, atul Auti-ltilnm
tirnlrl il 1 iioiHiuiils proclaim
i x Kts a it lmTEiis the most wonilor-
ul Inviu'oiant that ever sustained
ihe siukiiiL' system.
No Person cm take tlieso Bit
t?rs neenrdin? to directions, and rC'
main loiv' unwell, provided their
bones arc not destroyed ly mineral
poison or other means, nud vital or
gans waited bevond repair.
Bilious, iieinittent, and in
terniittent I evers, which arc so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially thoso of tho Jlississippi,
Ohio, .Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, AiKansas, Kcd, Colo
rado, Iliazos, liio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, .Savannah, Ko
noke, James, and many others,
witli their vast tributaries, through
0V:t ouv C!:t;r9 country during t!ic
rfumiKs:' mul Autar.::i, r.r.tl icr.i.irua-
b!v so (Uiiin seasons of unusual
heat ar.d dryness, aro invariably ac-
comp.t.iit'd by extensive tlcrange-
niei;s of tho stomacii nnu liver, ami
other n'odoaiiiial viscera. In their
treatment, a narrative, exerting a
loweiful inllaeiieo upon these van-
o-.is organs, is essentially necessary,
Theie is no cathartic for the purposo
enual to Dit. J. Walkbu's Vixkuau
ditikhs, as tltey will ppeeiiuy removo
lie dark -colored viscid matter with which
iho bowels nro loaded, lit the, nunu time
'tiinilliitinir llio Recretioii.t ol tho liver,
nud generally restoring tho healthy func
tions of tho uigestivo organs.
Fortify the body against clis
"aso by purifying all its thuds with
Vixkuau ISrn'KKs. Ho epideuiio ran
:aKO noia ot a Hysn'in inns lore-nriiieu.
Byspppsliv or Indigestion, Head
ache. Pain in tho Shoulders. Coughs
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of tho Stomach, l!nd Tasto
in thu Mouth, Bilious Attacks, l'a'pita
iiou of tlio Heart, Inflanimatioii of Iho
Lungs, Pom m tlio region ot the Kidney,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
ate tho offsprings of Dyspepsia. Olio hot
llo will prove ft better guarantee of it.
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
.Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
.seek, (.ioitre, bcroluiou inuunmiiitions,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions. Old 8ure.i. Emotions tif tho Skin,
Soro Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, AValkkh's Vis
koar Hitters hitvo tdiown their great eur
itivo powers in tho moot obstiuato and
For Inilaninintory and Chronic
.ijienmatisiii, Gout, Ihliotis, Kennt
.out and Intcriiiitteut levers, Utseasos
;if tho Wood. Liver, Kidneys and bladder.
these Hitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases aro caused by Vitiated lilood.
Mechanical Diseases. rcrsons
engaged iu Paints ami Minerals, such
numbers, Type-sellers, uout-iicatersanu
Miners, as they advance in life, aro sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, tuko a doso of W alkeb
i.vkgar Bitters occasionally,
For Skill Diseases, Eruptions,
letter, sait-Kiiotini, uiotcues.opois, riui
idea. Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms. Scald-bead. Soro Eves, Erysipo,
las. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloratious of tbo
Skin. Humors aud Diseases of tho Skin
whatever namo or nature, aro literally
dug tip and carnetl outot tlio system ui
short time by tho use of tbeso Bitters.
Pin. TiiDe. and other Worms
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, aro effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
inifuges, no authelminitica -will free the
Hvstein from worms bke these Bitters,
or old, married or single, at the dawn
womanhood, orthe torn ol lile, tnese ion
ic Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its imparities bursting
turougu tue skin in riuipies, eruptions,
or Sores: cleanse it when rim find it oh
ttmcted aod sluggish in the veins; cleanse
, when it is foul ; your feelings will
v'lin when. Keep the blood pure, aud
W.tU oi the system wpi loiiow.
t. II )IrDOXtl.UCO.
rWi-'liu k dtr- Airt San Kraneiaco. Califor
nia, aioor. ol v aeriitiKwii imininiuuot.ii.4,
JettiU V Kll ki aaamwim
lata at Ohio, VinUa Ceaatyl
Isaiah Lacy, Plaintiff,
Thomas Eudes, Defendant.
iw tit rorxTY rornT or
COMMON FLEAMOBOES Ot' HALE
PURSUANT lo the command of an order of
Mir issued from th Court of Common
Plessof Vinlnn Count, unit to me directed
m HheriPor raid llouniy, I will offer for sale
in front of the Court House In the town oi
McArihur, Vinton Count;, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 29th Day of Kovember,
A. D. 1873,
at the hoar of 1 o'clock. P. M., of Mid day, the
followinc deM-ribed Mud and tenement, tu-wlt.-
ilunltd in the Connly of Vinton end State of
Ohio, and bounded and described aa luiiuna: in
Mat half ot th outh-ast quarter of aection
number , (6) lu.n.liip cumber ten, (10) and
rang number eighteen, (18. contain ing eighty
(ItU)aoiea be th Mm moi or lea: Alto the
aouib wilt quarter of th iosjlh-tast quarter of
aection, townbl aod ranit aforewid, containing
forty ,40) acre nor er lew, aire and cnt
about one (I) acre mora or lee eiild to dolomun
nkrom By sal ThomM miles aim wi e.
Annrainedalon tliomm.l (II. Ik ) dollar, end
met bring I wo-third, u I al ium.
To be aoldaa the properly of l'hma Eadee, lo
aatiify an order of ale, Iwued from the Court, of
Common Plea in favor ofluiah Lacy.
I LRM UF BALK.-Casu in hnud on day oi
fheritt Viuion County.
H.artC. Josis Alt'? fur flat tin.
Vtiundat IKu at). lirex. e-w
0EBTIFI0ATE OP ATJTH0EITY.
nsurance 1 lepartment
Columbia, October 17, 1873.
WHEUEAS, Ihe Aetna In.umnt'e Compa
ny, located al Hartfonl, in the Slate cl
onnectieut, I poastaaeil or at least the ac-
ual emount of capital reouiretl of fimilar
companies formed under the rovinon of
the Act entitled " ' n Aet lo reiinlate Innuranee
conipKBiea doing liusitiffS in Ihe Stnte of
uino," pairru Arn -ii. mix, ana n niu in
trim Department the tetemente, inatrum nt
tnd other paper required ny sai'i airi, ana
hi otherwire comnlted with nil Ihe requni-
tion of snid Act, nhit'h are applicable to Fire
In.urane Coinimnie incorporated bf other
Stale of lha I'nned Stntea.
NOW,Trl ERE-PoRE, 1, William P.Cnuich,
Superintendent of Inaurance lor th Suite ol
(.11110 in puraiiance oi tne provision! ni me
Act aforesaid, do lierehjr neilifjrtliat H C
Jnuea, Esq. of McArihur in Ihe County of Vin
ton, ia authnriied ae igrnt of the al'nreitnid
company to intnanci inn oiifinexs ot rire in.
uraniein thik Slate, Uunnmhe current ear,
aa provided ly Ihe law thereof, an far a. he
may Br legally empewereu ny ni ifiwr oi np
pninlment or power of Atio-ney and the in
itruction whiclkma) be siren him by rnid
compaoy, euon duly tiling a certified copy ol
tiii.-;certinost oi auinoruy in tne Hecoroer
ottice of Ihe county where uch agency l es.
tuliiiahad, and publishing a eeriiti. sts of the
compliant of the Compeoy, al lea-t once a
year in ucn county, and mingprootoi tucn
Piiblicntion in thia department
Li. In WUnen Whtrf. I hare hereunto
iitMcriDei. my nme aim cauien niy
official Seal to liejaftiied in dupli
cate al thecilv of Colmnbui, on th
dav and y nr 6 at atiote written.
W. K. I'Ri icM Siiperintruiient.
HOMER G.JONES, aeeat Aetna luitir.tnc
Company, McArihur, O.
J OH If HU R t N U, a n nreident of i he Slate
of Ohio will lake notice. Ihat eton hieh-
mond.The Vinton county allonal hank,
t r.inct 8 hadea and iliers, who bring iai,i.nc-
lion for themaelvea and all olhet creditor of
tho Cincinnati Furnace Conpany ho msv
hereafter he trade parties thereto, filed on tl e
lHtn day ofOclolier, ln73,'heir petition ngsinrt
laid John liurandiind ottiera named therein
a ateckholdersol the Richland Kurnace Com.
pany, Win l ioi-innali Furnace Company,
Smiirt t Kilvert, Samuel W Kilrerl, Jr.,
n his individual capacity and alio as as
ignee of the Cincinnati Furnace t'ompany,
in ine oun 01 tonimnn neaa oi viniun
County, Ohio. The object and prayer of
which wid petition I to aet aside and dec are
a null and void Ihe endorsement by James
MjUtniluurg an agent of nid Cincinnati Kun
nace Company of a certain claim of IM.OSt Kl
held by Smart A Kilvert nninrt Long &
Smth. and that the amount of dividend paid
on aaid claim bv laidaisignce be refunded hy
miid Smnrt A Kilreil That the aala f Ihe
real ei-tat of the Cincinnati Furuacc Compa.
nr.and the chattel property nr l.oag. Smith
hv laid ansigne to the Itichland Kurnace
Companv be decltred frnudulent anil void,
end that said property (real nnd personal) be
declared tn be Iruid fund in ihe hands of said
assignee tor th use and benefit of the credi
tor and siocKnoiiiera or tne Cincinnati r ur
ns, .'e Company; and that said Rii lilmd Fur
nace Company and Ita lnckholder be re
quired lo account for any and all profits re
alized by them in opernilng and managing
aid Furnace, and that the eame be lecreed
tu be refunded 10 aaid assignee, and that all
interest Ihat mid assignee, nr his partner,
Iibti.I Smart mav have in aaid property, real
and personal, either a etocKholtlers or oth
erwise be held to inure lo the benefit of the
creditors and stockholders of the Oincinmtti
Furnac Company. Thnt the rlaima ol the
creditor of the Cincinnati Furnace Company
at ajdiled and the amounts thereof ascer.
tamed, aid such other relief as may be euquit
atile. Said John Purnnd Is required to tanswer
inid petition on or before the third Saturday
niter iiocemuer in, itiJ
N.K1UHMIINU. tl All.
By W A. Hdtciiss, M. L. Ciaui md C. H.
Gaosvr.Koa, their Attorney.
iH-tolierJotn, 18,3. ot
George W. Green whose place or residence
is unknown is hereby notified that Louisa
M. Green did on the22d d ol October,
fl. l7:t. Hie her petition in Ihe office of Ihe
Clerk of the Court ol Common Pleas within
and for the countv of Vinton and State
Ohio, charging the aaid Geoige W. Oreen
with extreme cruelty toward her, aid nsk.ug
thalahe mav be divorced from Ihe said
Pcorge W. Green. Which Petition will aU.nd
for hearing at the next term of said Court.
Dated this 22d Day or ncinoer, A. u. iu.
LOUISA M 'JREEN.
Br E. N. BAtNBtLL, her Att'y.
OF TH E CONDITION OF TBE
Vinton County National Bank
If cArthur, 0.(
In the State of Ohio,
AT CLOSE OK BUSINESS,
8EPTEMBEE 12, 1873.
Loans and diaconnts........
U. S Bonds to secure circulation
Due from Re 'eemingand
Reserve agents 114,143 M
Due Pm oilier Nat'l B'k bi 88
ilnte Banka and banker S,4 89
Legal Tender Note... H..UW 00
National Bank Note u0 oO
Coin 32 60
Fractional Currency (in
Premium psid .
Revenue Sum ps
Furniture and fixture...,
Capital stock paid in,
... 105 77
Profit and loss - 161 7 S.W3
National Bank circulation outntand'g 90,000
Individual IMnosila 111,688
Due to National Banks....-.. 1,461
STATE OF OHIO,
County of Vinton, .:
I, Jamei W. Delay, Cashier of the Vinton
Countv National Bank of McArthur. do sol
emnly swear that the above statement I
to inaneai oi my inowiruK" sun neuei.
JAM EH W DELAT, Cashier,
Bubacribed and sworn to beiore ma this
day of October, 1873
JUS KPN KALER, Notary Publio,
ANDREW WOI.P, )
CHA RI.E3 BKOWN, Directors.
w im e
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agent wauled everywhere Buaineaa ! Hot
ly IrKUimale. Fnrticular free, A'idreaa J
HKTH.Sl Louis, Hu
I ELEANOR BENNhR and Samuel Benner,
her huahaml, will lake notice that pursu
ant lo an order of Ihe ilommmsionera of Vin
ton county, Ohio, made at their Meplember
wiuo, A. I). Ill), Tievrera and a nu-reyor
were direu'ed to meet at the McArthui btn
tion in (aid cjuuly, on Ihe
24th Day of October, A. D. 1873,
at the hour of 10 o'clock In Ihe forenoon of
mid dnv lo view and purvey Ihe route of a
county roail petitioned lor by rHiuip Warner
anil otnera ironi a poini ncitr ine McArinur
station, from thence aouih-easte'ly with the
atreet leading pant the dwelling liointe of r
ville GunningMnd through Ihe premise of the
hen of Stephen Sulta, deueased, to the
went line of ihe land and premicee of Richard
limnis, thence easterly tnrnugh the landa of
raid 1'tmnie tn Iht norlh-cnsl corner of Ihe
noilh-wett quarter of aection No. ten, 10j of
township No ten, pul of rtnjie No. eevenleen,
1 17, Ihence eart on or neiir the ee lion line
through Ihe 'amino! William Mailin, Patrick
Craig, Nelaon Horllnnee, .eorge Craig. Phil
ip Warner, Hainden Furimce Co. and I'auiel
II al 1 In the houih-east corner of keclicn No.
two, 2 of mud township and range, thence
north-eaderly direction through the lands ol
Frederick England to a point In the county
road leadinii from Eaule Kurnace to McArihur
ahont four 4 rods north of the barn on aaid
England' preiuisos, the pluceof terminua.
I'll I I.I P WAKNER,
September 21. 173. iw
U. ts. CiaipooLi, Attorney for Petitioner.
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
TTOn,l respectiuMv invite the attention
I of buyers to his stock of
Ottered at wholesale prices 'ow 0 ny
n auy other market.
Have on Sale lull line of
Drown & Illeached Musi I us,
Calicoes, Check!), Sli Ipes,
Glnglianm, Cnntoa Flan
nels aud Jeans.
W00LEH GOODS OP ALL KINDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and NOTIONS-
H l facilities for buines are unequalled,
enabling Ium lo otter intliiccinenls lo Ihe
trade equal lo any other house. 18ep
The Most Desirable Ees-
dence in McArtLnr.
I OFFER for tnle my residence on North
ttreet. It consists of a splendid dwelling
house, well ttiii'hed, Untitle mid out, with
eiyhl rovue and n giotl cellar. A goon office
buiMins, stable, wood tuid cul liuitetuid oth
er necesnry on i-lmildings. The premises
contain acres, int luding I acre ol wneiard.
ill ttiriiiy iiciiring vines, iiikib m hih inioj
leannir anile trees lies! vari'ty of grafted
fruit, ineiilyHve bearing peach Irees-best
budded fruit, cherries, qiimoes, plums, and n
variety of small fruit Forluither particiibin
inquire nt ihe nrhee of this pnper, or at the
premises, terms eusy.
uecoubin a t'uuuiM.' .
State of Ohio) Jackson County.
David L. Wadsworlh, Plaintiff,
The Wollinpton Mitnufiicturinfi Com
pany and others, Defendant!.
j w hsox rorxTTfoi'RT if
CM.VIO. M.LAS-OltDKH OF NAE.C
PURSUANT to the command ornn Order of
Kale issued from Ihe Court rf Common
Pleas of Jacksnn County and to me directed
as Mierift f Vinion county, I will otter for sale
at the door ol the Court House, in the town of
McArihur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the UthDaiof October, 1873
nt the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day the
following hinds and tenements, situate in the
county ol Vinton aim sinte oi unio, to wit:
inesouin west quarter oi tne soutn-west
nusrter and the south-east quarter of te
south east quarter of section tnirty-two, (:i2)
townsmp nine, 'J, range nineteen, i. anu ine
south hall of the south-west quarter of sec
tion thirtv-three 3:1, township nine, 9, range
Appraised at four hundred dollars, f too.
and must bring twoi thirds of that sum.
To h sold as tho property of 't he Welling
ton Manufacturing Company, t' satisly an or
der of sale, issued from the Courtol Common
Pleas In favor ofuavlu L. Wadsworth.
1KM OK BA Lit. Cash.
Sheriff ot Vinton county.
James Tiir-f, Attorney for plsiolirt.
faept II, l7;l. 6w
State of Ohio, Vinton County, 88.
lliirrj Bingliam, Plaintiff,
E. F. Bingham, Defendant.
VINTOJT COFRT OF COMJIOS
PLEAS ORDER OF BALE.
PURSUANT to the command of an ordf r
Sale issued from the Court of Common
I'leas of Vinton County, and to me directed
Sheriff of said County, I will otter for sale
the door of the Court llo jse, in the town
1 cArlhur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Monday, the 10th Day of November,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said
day, the following described lands and
tenements aituale In the township
Fichland, county of Vinion and Plate
Ohio, bounded and described as follows,
wit: The equal undivided half of the north
half of south-east quarter ol aection No.
township No. 0, range 18, except fifty-five
ere off the west aide ol said tract, aold
William Lackiu to one George Packer. Also,
the equal undivided hall ol the north
of the soutn-west quarter of aection No.
township No. 0, range 18, containing one
hundred and five acres, more or less.
Anorsised at live hundred and twentv-flve
dollars (f525), and must bring two-tbirdaof
To be sold as the property of E. P. Bingham
to satisfy an order of sale, issued from
Court of Common Plea, in favor of Harry
TKHM4 OP SALE ! flash. In hand on
day of sale. V EORGE KALER,
bhentt Vinion Couuty.
O. T. Gcssiso, Att'y for Plaintiff.
October , 1873 . 6w
Exfbribxor will teaoh any man tha
it ia advantageous to patroniie. those
' Valuable Tavern Stand
for sale my tavern stand known Ihe
Baughman House, Zaleski.
This houfe Is doing a good business, Is
NEXT TOOB TO THE DEPOT.
And it the
Principal Hotel In Zaleski.
It is almest new has lately been improved
aud refilled throughout, haa nil modern Im
proveinenls, and good stnbliug sufficient lo
Iu accommodate the run of custom of the
house. 'Ihe house, stable, furniture, and ev
erything in complete shape for man lo lake
right hold, will be sold, at a bargain, and on
liberal pa) nieuts. To any manaho under
.lands Ihe hotel business, this is an opportu
nity seldom ottered, as ihe house is making
big money on the amount invei-tcd. If anv
in ii n wishes to buy let linn call on me, and '
will soo a convince him that there is moucy
in it. WI. BAl'UHMA.,
iiaept Zaleski, Ohio.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
XTOUCE la hereby given that Ernst Fisher,
iN as guardian of Ernst Fisher Bolen. a inu
nor, has Hied his account with hia said ward
for final settlement; nnd th atma is set for
hearing ou the 18tli day ol October, A. D. 1873,
at 10 o'clock, A.M. H.U. MAiO,
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18 THAT THE
Have such a large sale with so little advertis
ing The reason is a very simple one The
Bitters have real merit, are sold at a rea
sonable price, and the people appreciate them
i.in,iU,nli..irij iit roor man biiwre i;o
Oswego, N, Y. M-Soldbyall druggists.
ELEANOR DENNKB and Somnel Benner, her
hiiibond, will take notice that purnui.t to
older or the Commiislonera of Vinton county.
Ohio, mad at their September seesion, A O
ism, viewers and a siirvsyor wen directed
.. eet at His south end of Harkot atreet, in t
iuwd ui ucAriuur, iu saia county, on to
30th Day of Octoher, A. D. 1873
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon or isld
day to view and mrvey the roul. ol k certain
drtinlvruad petitioned lor hv churl. Hrn.r,
John J. Bhoctey and other, from the south end
of Market itre, t In Ihe town of McArthnr, Ihence
son lb about 3 degree west i n a line with said
ireei inrongu tne lanai or Kxra P BotLwell
Jovph Dodridse, David F. Balr . Harm.. Bnl,.
ins, and the helm of S.rsh Bobu. derauMl. to
point in the center of the Jackson ro td, north
tne rsa'Ornc o i,evi wyman, tbenoe anuin
Ihronih th land of said Wvmsn to a .ik.
II nks west of an apple tree, mur cutn hue of
aid Wvnian' premise. Theue a al .tarn
decrees east lo an nek tree on th premise,
i jr iiiiou, inenos ion in acoul eight degrees west
to a while oak tree near th. 'esidenc. of J.ibu
Salts ai d through the pre,nlses or the heirs olHlo.
f hen Haiti, deoatseJ, uld hut mentioned point
the place ol terminus.
J. J.HIliM KKY
a .k- oa. i P"P1 PttlUooeai
Want a situation.
Want a servant eirl,
Want to sell pin no,
Wmit tn fell a criiiire,
Want to buy orscll a farm.
Want a bourillnjr plnco.
Want to sell town propi rty.
Want to sell jfroccrk'sor dnifi, .
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry good or carpets.
Want to flnd customers for anything.
Advertising will gain new customers.
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes sueeess easy,
Advertising begets eonlldenci', . .
Advertising shows energy,
Ailverliaing (hows pluck,
Advertise or "buBt,"
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man who has leevme
prominently rich, has made his
fortune by judicious advertising.
..To exception to this rule can be
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poornan, was
driven to advertising, as a last
resort, to get his stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this thai if it was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still better in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertixer, and thus gained his e
Some merchants say it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
advertisements; yet every merchant ia
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he is wise he will profit
liy its suggestion, if he has anything to
offer wi.rth advertising, llow much
mere then will those read them who
aro not so largely supplied with, read
ing matter, ore at leisure tn the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their 1 uen I news, the most iirportnnt
item cf which is where they can find
just what thev want when they cunm to
town tu make their purchases. If yum
stock is so old, rusty, dusty nnd out of
tyle that it is worthless, or if it if run
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w nt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise, out if it is
new, fresh and sparkling, up to the
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to Iho
world that you have them, and want
to sell them at a fair price.
An advertisement published for a sin
;le day does duty beyond that day.
and its effect continues in a greater
ratio than most men imagine. In tlio
end it will make a man's name a per
uianent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
becomes more valuable than anv
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a dng or a child,
or if you desire . people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will rem!
the advertisement Hut you will plod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you are los
ing by not advertising it Hrporler.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not, reaj by the public wish to be
convinced of their error, just let them
tivo publicity to somo matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure comer of a
country pnper, and see what notoriety
ll,An n.n.,1,1 ...... i J J.
uiuj nuuiu ouuii uviufii. luvcr tiocr a
Advrbtisino is apt to give us that
nentle jog ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in.
remaps it wuum oeagooa pian lor
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon, her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilize the world!
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who ia enterprising and to learn
what is going on. lo see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. 10 see u tne season's style
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch t he
chance of an auction. For amusemeat.
To satisfy curiosty. Because ther
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accidents.
Because they want to. Because they
can't help it Ohio State Journal
Tbb power of print is well known,
but not well understood. A printed
seutence has a wonderful advuataga
over one that is written or spoken.
This is one of the many reasons which
gives sn importance to advertising, link
advertisers, ever those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to peri
suade, to- towvince, whieh lies in prist
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the foroe of
eloejueaes, yet even then fade away in
to nothingness if not caught in their
flight and printed. But there is sons-,
thing in the silent language, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permanesoa
about printed matter whiob give it a
marvelous force and influence Busiw
ness men should never pern it them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a persevering aae of
the printinc presses. Learn to adver
tiie, and then the ' 'how, when and
where" oi it, and yon : jrUl hav