THE VINTON RECORD.
, aicAKriiUK, omo,
TIIUUSDAY, NOV. O. 187a.
Tub election Tor Governor of
the State ot O'.io is just over
ocd politicians are making cal
culations and planning for the
"coming campaign." By rea
Bon of the arbitrary and unrea
sonable tims fixed for electing
officers, national, state, county
and municipal, the people are
in a constant political broil.
We have never had a campaign
but we are constantly prepar
ing lor one. By the time those
philosophers, who before the
election were prophets, have
analyzed the results of the late
election and fully discussed
their probable effect on future
elections, the Spring election"
will draw near and that being
over it will be time to cast
about for suitable "iniber'' for
the "coming fall campaign."
If there are any reforms to be
made by our Constitutional
Convention, surely there is
plenty of room in the matter ol
the limes of holding elections
A vast amount of time, in the
aggregate to individuals, and
expense to the counties and
State might be saved.
If there is any reason or ne
cessity for holding more than
one election every two years,
in the State ol Ohio, we will be
glad to be enlightened. There
is no reason why the people ol
Ohio might not meet once in
two years and select all officers
with a few exceptions from
governor to road supervisors.
We do not mean that all offi
cers should be elected for the
term of two years, but that the
official terms can be so arrane
edtbat an election oftener than
two years will be unnecessary
In this State officers are elect
ed for the term? of one, two,
three and live yeers,
Township and municipal
elections are held on the 1st
Monday of April each year and
all township and municipal
officers are elected for one year
with the exception of Justices
of the Peace, who are elected
for three years. We suppose
those officers would be as laith
ful in the discharge ot their du
ties ii they were elected on the
second Tuesday of October and
lor the term of two yean.
This would do away with the
spring elections and by length
ening the terms of certain coun
ty officers and Justices of the
the l'eace from three to four
years, or shortening them to
two yearB, another difficulty
can be surmounted. The same
rule will apply to judges, and
their terms can be made tour
or six years.
In case of a vacancy, by
death, resignation or otherwise,
the appointing power may be
lodged where it will be used
to the interests ot (he people,
and those farrial things called
"special elections" done away
with, provided the appoint
ments be made for the unex
pired portions of the terms of
offices vacated. This with the
proposed change in the time
and manner of electing Presi
dents, would make a "general
election," (in the true sense of
the words,) every two years, on
the 2d Tuesday of October.
Ther are undoubtedly objec
tjons against this plan. Oor
thoughts on the subject are
crude and hasty, and as such
we present them to oor readers.
But we can not think, but that
a year of a political calm, when
the people would be free from
the bitterness and malignancy
ot party spirit would be hailed
with delight, and that such an
event would develop wider and
mora statesmanlike views ol
political questions, afford am
ple time for their deliberate
discussion and that theexpres
Jon of the people on those ques
tions would be more fully obtained.
Members of Congress and at
torneys who had claims settled
by tha Geneva award are al
ready moving in the matter oi
legislation at to the parties
Who should receive it
The Elections on last Tues
day as lar as heard from indi
cate a light vote and much
scratching. The republicans
carry Massachusetts and Min
nesota, and the Democrats,
Virginia, New York and Mary
land In Chicago the People's Tick
et is elected over the Citizens
Ticket. The principal Issue
was the Suuday liquor Jaw, fa
vored by the nominees of the
Citizens Ticket and opposed
by the People's Ticket.
the Tammanyites carry New
York city by a large majority.
Contributions were received at
the votiug places in New York
to the amount of about $10,000
Tun Republican party stan ls
squarely on the following plat
form: Opposition to the baok pny
Opposition to all monopolies
that tend to oppress labor or
interfere with the rights ot the
Opposition to the Lobby and
all other influences which tend
to corrupt or Interfere with
Opposition to further land
grants, except for educational
purposes or immediate settle
ment. Opposition to anything that
tends to extravagance or cor
ruption in the administration
of the goverment.
The Stokes trial is over. The
jury returned a verdict of man
ilaugbter. Judge Davis, in passing sen
tence, said: "In rendering this
verdict, Stokes, the jury have
exhausted, and more than ex
hausted, all mercy in your
case. No appeal to the courts
can diminish the sentence from
the highest peuctity affixed by
the statute in the degree in
which you are convicted, and
hat is too light and triffi nr as
compared with the great crime
you have committed. I do not
desire to make any further re
marks on this cage, but shall
impose upon you all that the
law confers upon me power to
give, and I only regret that
that sentence can not be more
adequate to the crime which
rests upon your guilty head.
The sentence is that you be
imprisoned at the State Prison
in Sing Sing, at hard labor, for
A LETTER from Home says,
according to the report in the
official journal, the ecclesiastic
al property sold under the ham
mer in September in the whole
kingdom of I'aly, brought 3,
123000 Irancs, consisting ol 1,
307 lots. The valuation which
the Government had fixed upon
his property was 4,287,000
francs. During the current
year 11.333 parcels have been
sold, bringing 28,168,000 Irancs
From the end of September,
1867, until the end of Septem
ber the present year, 88.830
lots have been sold, bringing
333.107,000 Irancs. The price at
which the property was pu
up is represented by the grns
sum oi 430,107,828 francs.show
ing a difference of about one
quarter between the estimated
value and the price realized.
Mi-s Minnie Suermax, daugh
ter of the General, arrived
yesterday morning at New
York in the steamer Algeria,
her health completely restored
by her year's sojourn abroad.
She will reach home this after
noon, in company with her
mother and 6ister, who met
her in New York. The Gener
al m ther in the lower bay,
eco.ted her to the hotel, and
came to Washington by the
Washingtou Star. Oct, 31.
II, B. ChAmiX & Co., one of
the larg itMtroiiantiieil' Uses
in New York, ha been em
barrassed lately. Monday they
made a statement to their
creditors, of their assets and
indebedness. Showing a bal
ance in their favor ol $7000,
000. They were given an fx
tension by their creditors ami
the bus pim ot the firm will
proceed a usual.
The End of the World!
At the receut meeting ol the
American Scientific Associa
tion at Portland five papers
were read by five ol the most
celebrated members, showing
five different ways in which
the human race is to be oblit
erated. The only question be
ing which of the five causes
shall first develop itself and
perform the work of destruc
tion Scientists sometimes
make miscalculations oi a few
thousand years you know.
Suits have been brought in
Iowa against sixteen foreign
lite insurance companies, for
failure to comply with the law
which requires foreign compa
nies to make statement under
oath to the Auditor of Stile
and procure a certificate au
thorizing them to do business.
The penally is $100 per day
for such neglect and the suits
are for amounts aggregating
not Jess than $217,500.
Several natives of Shanghaa,
China, who have asked of the
authorities permission to pray
God to avert a famine Irom the
province of Chekiang, with
the condition that if the
petition is not responded to
within a certain time they
will suffer death at the stake.
Tue funeral of the late John
C. Ueenan took place in New
York on Sunday from the
Church of Iloly Innocents
where solemn high mass was
offered. The remains were la
to Albany, by special t.atn.
One of the jurors in the late
Stokes trial has been arrested,
and is now conOneJ in the cell
formerly occupied by Slykes.
It U understood the grand jury
have indicted him lor violation
of his oath as a juror.
The Times calls the Demo
cratic party a uputrid reminis
cence." That paper ought to
know. It was once the head
f center of the concern. Chi
A Troy man tried moral
suasion t keep the boys Irom
stealing his cherries, but while
tie was tenderly talking to one
the other four stole hi9 dog.
The name ol lueodore Tilton,
at the Plymouth Church, New
York City, has been erased from
tne roll of members.
Many u man, who thought
he had made a bargain buying
silks, lound that he hud got
In the war in Spain prison
era upon both sides are shot
and the dead in many instances
8.?D FOR CA'I ALOGTJB,.
Domestic Sewing Machine Co. IT. Y,
T7TTT7QTTsT'','r,'5E cone burn.
X ISlLlOLULi :R 'OR SU CHIM
kbt.i. iiiniio l fL'iMKt AT WOOD, pro
duces 'ho Urgent Hunt fun na used on any
coal oil lamp For sole by nil lamp dealers
DrTsCOTPS LIVER PILLS
Are the seat, the least painful, produce !
I sickness, mi. I do lha system mare good than
any uiner pill in URf. I no min SKepllcal
hove only otv-e tolry them Iom convinced of
their groat merit.
U't M f? IV MES girls and hoys wsnt
t M Vj l ed to oell our French mid
American Jewelry, Book, tinmen, Ac. in their
own locsliuea No oi uital needed Ci.inlouiio.
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ir. J. Walker's California
Yinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, mnde chiefly from
the. native herbs found on tuo lower
ranges of tho Sierra Novada moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho use of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What is tuo causo of tho unpar
alleled success of Vinegar Bit
ters!" Our answer is, that they
remove- tho causo of disease, and
the patient recover bU bcnlth. The
aro tho great blood purifier and ft
lifo-giving prinoiplo, ft perfect Reno
vator mid Invignrator of tho system.
Kevor beforo iu the history of the world
has a mcdicjrm been compounded pos
gassing tho remnrkablo qualities of Vin
egar Bitters in hoaling the sick of
every dUeose man is heir to. They are
a frontlo Purgative as welt m a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver and Yitfcorul Organs, in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Wait
er's Vinkgar Bitters aro Aperient, Dia
phoretic Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific. A'tcen'ivo, and Anti-Bilious.
. Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters tho most wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
tho sinking system.
Ko Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not destroyed by mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gaus wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially thoso of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, lied, Colo
rado, Urazos, Kio Graudo, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobi'.o, SsT.innah, Ro
j.nokc, James, mid many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our cnli:a country during tho
Summer nml Autumn, and romarka
l'!y so" during seasons of unusual
heat a'-.d dryness, aro invariably ac
comp.i.iiod by extensive dcrangc
incn ;8 of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful Intlucnce upon thoso vari
ous organs, la C33cntiiilly necessary.
Thcro is no cathartic for tho purposo
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Litters, as they will speedily rcuiovo
thodark-colorcd viscid matter with which
tha bowels' org loudud, at the Ratno timo
Rtimuluting tho secretions of tho livor,
ami goneraily restoring tho healthy func
tions of tho (ligoritivo organs.
Fortify tho Lody against dis
nso by purifying nil Its fluids with
'"Vixkoak UiTTEits. No epiilemio can
Jako bold Rvstcm tints lorc-armcd.
Dyspepsia or Tnd igestlon, Head
ache, l'lilU'ln tbo Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightne s of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Kructatiiins' of tho Stomach, Bad Taste
iu the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of iho Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Paid in the region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro the ollspringsof Dyspepsia. Ono hot
llo will pravu a bettor giwrnntoo of its
merits tliuu a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofulal or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Xeck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Iiijlniniiiatious, Mercurial direc
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tbo Skin,
Soro Eyos, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walker's Yin
koa r Bitters have cho wn their great cur
ntivo powers in tho most obstiuute and
For In llnnunatory and Chronic
IlliCUiuntisni, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Disease
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys ami Bladder,
theso Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Yitiutcd Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. rersons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Trpc-setters, Cold-bcators and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of tbo Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
Vi'nkoar Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Sult-lUicurn, lilotches.Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the
Skin, II u mors aud Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, aro literally
dug up aud carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of theso Bitters.
Fin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thou
sands, aro elTectually destroyed and ro
inovcd. Xo system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no authclminitics will free tho
svstem from worms like these Bitters. '
For Female Complaints. ;in young
or (dd, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, ortho turn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display so decided an influence
thnt improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Titiated Blood
whenever yottfind its impurities bursting
through tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, aud the
health of the nvstem will follow.
11. II ill VMS .0 ti CO.,
Dni"-Its 4 (ion. A irts., Sim Francisco. Califor
nia 4 mt. of Wiwliiiifrton and Clisrlum Sts,N.r.
.-ul.l by ull l.rugglsta aud Dealers.
Probate Court, Vinton Coun.y. Ohio.
NOTICK is harahjr girsn Unt Isnnh P.' 8in,
(iinrrtian or Annn, Jasusr H , Thomas
8. sa I Oaorii- William S. L9,ha Ala4 hisso
coiin r a. I sUif nri' nt, and thai (ha asm
is set for huria r on (ha lth dsy ot Notem
next. I187J,i at II o'clo k, A. M.
U. B. AMYO, frolsita Judps.
Ost.lH, S7I. 41.
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTICE is hsrehy (Wan thst William Vsn
dsrford, aa Guardian ot Willlatn, Hfnrjr,
Orsrsn, Wsslarand Vart M.Rhisely, has Ilia i
his account-, a-Terally. with atid srsrds for
final sttt lament with tha first.named two and
lor partial settlement with lh other three;
sad that tha same are aat for hear ag on tha
tflth day of Ko? ember instant, at 11 o'clock,
H. B. MAVO, Probate Jndte.
Nor 6,1173. it
N. DRUCKER & OO.
TRUNKS, BAGS AH VALISES
Jto. 110 THIRD ST.,
State af OUs, Vlataa CeaatT
Isaiah Lacy, Plaintiff,
. . Thomas Eudes, Defeudant
IU COTKTT COrRT OP
tOMMOJI rLEAnWOBDCH Of HALE
PURSUANT Io tha command of an order of
sale Issued from tha Court of Common
Pless of Vinton Count;, aad to me directed
aa Sharif of snld t.'ountr, 1 will tfr for sale
in front ot tha Court House In the town ol
Mcarthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 29th Day of Bovemler,
A. D. 1873.
al the hoar of t o'clock. P. M., of said dar, tin
following drarrilird lands snd tenements, to wlt:
sllnnUd In His County of Vlnioo snd Stste of
Obb), and bounded and deecribrd as lulloas: th
esst half of the sonth-sast quarter of section
number fi e, (5) loMhlu number ten, (III) and
rang, number eighteen, (IS, contain ing eight
(80)aeies be the sans snots or less: Alto tlis
south wst qnsrttf of the soslh-esst qnsrter of
section, townshl; and rsnm aforesaid, containing
fort? ,4U) acres more er leas, sre aad sscepl
about ons (I) sere mors or less sold to Solomon
Ankrom by said Thomas Esd and wl m.
Appraised at one thousand (II.OuU) dollars, and
nn.t bring two-thirdsol that sum. .
To be sou as tne propsrtjr ol Thomas lad.., to
satisfy an order of .ale, issued from the Court , of
Common Plena in favor of Isaiah Lacy.
TfcKJI1 OF BALK.-Cah in band on day of
client! V i n ton Count.
ninsaC. Josts All'r fot rial tiff,
fbursds; Oct. 30, IBTJ. t-w
OEBTiriOATE OF AUTHOEJTY.
Insurance I department
Columbia, October J7. 1873.
WHEREAS, i he Aetua Insurance Compa
ny, located at Hartlor.l, in the slate cl
Connecticut, is possf ssed of al least the ac
tual amount of caPitnl reo Hired of similar
companies formed under lh provisions of
tne Act entitled " n Aet to reitulate Insurance
cninpsnies doing business in lha Hiate of
liliio," passed April tl, 1872, and has filed in
this Department the statements, instrum nts
and other papers required hjr said act, and
has otherwise complied wilh nil lha requisi
tions of said Ant, which sreapplieable to Kire
In-nrance Uompauiea incorporated br other
tjlales of tha United Htates.
NOW, TH EKEK'ORE, I, William F. Ciiusra,
Superintendent of Insurance lor th Stale oi
ohiiiin pursuance of the provisions of the
Act aforesaid, do hereby cat lify that II C
Jones, Esq. of MnArthur in the County of Vin
ton, is authorised as agent of the aforesaid
company to transact tho business of File In.
uraniein this Slate, during the current year,
as provided hy the laws thereof, an fares he
may be lejrully emps jrered by hi l.'lter ol'ap
pointment or power of Attorney and the in
struction' winch ma) begiv-n him by suid
C'JUipiuy, upon duly tiling a oertiHed copy ol
IhiRkitiflcaie ol authority in Ilia Recorder's
nttioe of the county where such agency is es
taldished, and publishing a cerlihViua of lha
compliancenf the Company, at leant once a
year in such county, and filing prool of such
publication in this department
Lj. b. Iu Wiliuu Wkrtf, 1 hnve hereunto
subscribeu my name and caused my
omcial Heal to be;nthxed in dupli
cate at Ihecitv of Columbus, on lite
liny and y ar fi st nliove written.
VY. r". (,'muscii Superintendent.
HOMER C. JONES agent Aetna Insurance
Company, McArthur, O.
George W. Green whose pines of residence
is uoknown is hereby notified thai Loutsii
M . Oreen did on the Kd dty ot October, t.
Ii. 1 87:1, Hfe her pelilton in lha office of the
Clerk of the Court ol Common Pless within
and lor the county of Vintnu ami State ol
Ohm, charging the said Ueoige VY. Green
with extreme cruelty toward her. and ask.ug
that she loav be divorced from lha said
Ccnrge W. Oreen. Which Petition aill sl-nd
for heuring at the next term of said Court,
tinted this iti lisy of iiutnber, A. I. 1873,
LoUIHA M '..KEEN,
flv R. N; Baissii.l, her Att'y.
, ; OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Vinton County Bationd Bank of
In the State of Ohio,
AT CLOSE OF BU.ISES.
SEPTEMBEE 12, 1873.
Loans and di.oounta ,
U 8 Honda to secure circulation-...
iMiefrom Ke 'ceming an. I
Reserve agents 414,143 04
line Tin oilier Nat'l B'ks bi 88
-itjite Hnnks nn'l bankers 3,:tM 89
Legal Tender Notes...ln,sju Ml
National Hank Notes 3si tin
Coin ...... 60
Krwtionid Currency (in
clmling nickels) 158 Ti
Revenue Siamon...... ...... ...,
Furniture and lixturea
, 6:17 HI
, 1,218) oil
t WU 07
Capital stock paid in... 1100,000 00
Surplus) fundm 2,000 IH)
IMsi'ounls .2,"4t 77
Kxi'lmnge ... 10.') 77
In'erest ...l,liisi 82
Profit and loss 161 7 S.003 16
National Hank circulation outstand'g on.issi rai
Individual lleponits....... 111,688 ;)D
Due to National Banks...-..-.. I,4til 43
STATE OF OMO
County of Vinton, ss.:
I, James W. Delsy, Cashier of the Vinton
County National Bank of McArthur. do snl.
einly wear that the above sts'ement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
JAMES W HELAY, Cahier.
Buhscribed and sworn to heiore me this l'jth
day of October, 1873
JOSKFH KALER, Notary Public.
Correct. Attest :
ANDREW WOLF, )
CHARLkX IIKOWN.V Directors.
E. D. DODGE. I
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Clark & Boggg Plaintiffs,
James Kenard and wife, Defendant).
ISf VISTOJT C017JITY f'OITRT OF
CIJIIIDJi fLEAH-OKUKK OV SALE
PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
Hale issued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County and to me directed
aa Sheriff A said county, I will ofler foraalo
at the door ol the Court House, in tha town of
McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Friday, the 5A Day of December, 1873
at the hour ofl o'clock P. M. or aald day the
following lands anil tenements, situate in the
county of Vinton and State oi Ohio, to wit;
ln-lot No. six (6) in the 3d addition to lha
town or Plymouth as surveyed snd platted by
Levi Ivis, commem ing at s, stake at tha
outhseaat corner of ssid. lot and running
north five degrees weat 421 link-, to a stake,
thence south 87 deir.es west fire (6) chains,
thence south 428 links, the see S chains in
the place ot beginning, being in Vinton caunly
and Slat ol Ohio, and containing I 14MUO
Appraised at three hundred dollars, (1300.)
and must bring two. thirds of that sum.
To he sold as tho property of Jsno.s Kenard
a4 wife to satiety an order of sale, issued from
the Court of Common Pleas in favor of Clark
1KKM8 0P BAlilC,-Cah.
Bhenrtol Vinton county.
. C. Joaxs, Attorney for plaiatiB.
Nov. (, 1871. . t
Expbbibnob will tea oh anj yuan tha
it is advantageous fc patronise those
$a;oo LAim wllx.
AgenU wanted averywhera. Buainess strict
ly legitimate. Particulara fro.. Addresa J
W'IKTH.BI Uuis, Mo 4-eptly
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street.
WOULD respectfully Invit. tha attention
of buyers to his stock of
Offered at wholesale prices aa low as any
In any other market.
Bar on Sale full lines of
firovrn it Bleached Muslins,
Callcoes,Cbeckt, Sis I pes,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
WOOLEN G0UD3 OF ALL KINDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and" NOTIONS.
Hla facilities for business ara unequalled,
cnhlinu him Io otter inducements to the
trade equal to any other house. Itlsep
The Most Desirable Ees-
dence in McArthur.
T OFFER for tale my residence on North
Xstreel. It couaisls of a spleudid dwelling
house, well Huished, inside end out, with
eight rooms and a good cellar. A gonu office
building, stable, wood ana com nousesna oiu.
er nece-sury out-buildings. 'Ihe premises
onmainQlz urrm. infliiiiinu I acre of vine aril.
all thrifty waring vinesj there are also tiirly
bearing apple trees wsi variriy oi uninfii
fruit, twentvflte bearing peach trees best
budded fruil, cherries, quinues, pluins.aiid a
variety of small Iruit Kor further particulars
Inquire at the office of this paper, or at the
premises, terms easy.
dec30tltn 8. 8. DOLLISOH
State of Ohio, VintonCounty,
Hurry Linghtim, Plaintiff,
E. F. Dingham, Defendant.
is vixTojf coi'nT or connoy
n,KA8-4JRDER JF AI,E.
T)l!RSUANT Io Ihe commnnd of an ord'r of
X aie I'sueu imui inetioun ni common
I'lens of Vinton County, and to mediieciedna
Hherittnf saiil County, 1 will ntter for sole si
the door of the Court Mo ie, in the town of
II cArihur, Vinton to 'ntv, unio, on
Llonday, the 10th Day of November,
At the' h inr of 1 o'clock P. M. of anid
day, the following described lands and
leneineits situate In the lnwnh'p ol
h'ii'hlan.l, cnuuiy of Vinton and Hmia of
'mo, nonndea nnd rtewniied as rniiows, to
wit: The equal undivi led half of the north
half '.f south-east quarter ol section No ill,
township No 9, range is, except hfty-flve
seres off Ihe west sole ol sii.l tnu t, sold b
William Lackin to one (ienrge Packer. Also,
Ihe equal undivided hull ol the north hall
of the souln-west quarter of section No. ilU,
townhii So. 9, range is, ennlnining one
hnmlreil and Are neres, more or less.
Apprai-ed at hve hundred and Uenly-flve
do'hira t$.W.'), and must bring two-tlnrdsof
To be sold as Ihepropeity of E. F. Ringham
to satisfy an order of Mile, issued from the
Court or Common Pleas, in favor of Harry
TKK MM OF 8ALK i Cah in hind on Ihe
day of side. UMMUjK K. I.Kit,
O. T. fii-ssiMij. Alfy for riaiiiiifr.
tii'toi.er ii. 7:i. 6w
Valuable Tavern Stand
WlfllilNiJ Io retire frm business 1 ofler
for rale my tavern stand known as the
Baughnan House, Za!eski
This houre is doing a good businees, la
NEXT DOOR TO THE DEPOT.
And la lha
Principal Hotel lu Zalcskl.
It Is alme.t new has lately been improved
and refitted throughout, has all modern Im
provements, and good stabling sufficient to
to accommodate the run of custom of the
house. 'I he house, stable, furniture, and ev
erything in complete -hape for a man lo lake
right hold, will be sold, at a bargun, and on
liberal payments. To any man who ujder
stands Ihe hotel business, this is an opportu
nity seldom ottered, aa the house is making
big money on iheaTount inverted. If tiny
man wishes to buy let him call on me, and
will S004 convince him that there is money
in it. . BAIUII.MA.,
"ept Zaleskl, Ohio.
JOHN M'KND, an- president of i he Slats
of Ohio will tske notice, that Nelson Rich
mood. The Vinton County National Hank,
KrancisHhades and others, who bring .aid so
lion Tor themselves and all othei creditors of
the Cincinnati furnace Company who may
hereafter he trade parties thereto. filed on Ihe
Itltn day of October, l73,iheir petition sgainst
said John Ijurandsnd others named therein
as stockholders ol the Richland Furnace Com
pany, lha Cincinnati Furnace Compnny,
bmart Kilvert, bainuel W Kilvert, Jr.,
in hia individual capacity and alao aa ass
signeeor the Cincinnati Furnace ompnny,
in ihe Court of Common Pless ot Vinton
CriLljr' .Vh:0-. The ob1 Por "f
which said mtilion ia to set aside and deo are
aa null and void the endorsement by Jamea
MoLandburg as sgent of said Cincinnati Fur.
nace Company of a certain claim of lll.OM 83
held by Smart Kilvert against Long
nith, and that the amount of dividend nsi
on said claim by said assignee be refunded by
said Hmart Kilveit That tha sale of the
real e-tte or the Cincinnati Furuare Compa
ny.and ine chattel prnpertyTir l.ongAHmitn
by aaid assignee lo the RfVhlsnd Furnace
Company ba dechred fraudulent and oid.
and that said property (real and personal) be
declared to be trust fund in Ihe bands or said
assignee lor the use and benefit of Ihe rredl.
tore and stockholders or the Cincinnati Fur.
nace Company; and that said RiehUnd Fur.
nace Company and ita stockholders he re
quired lo account for any and all prohia
slued by them iq operating and managing
said Furnace, and that Ihe earns be iecreed
to be refunded to aaid assignee, and thai all
interest that said assignee, or bia partner,
Uayid Smart may have in said nrnnr. m.i
and personal, either as .toes-holders or oth
erwise ba held to inure lo Ihe benefit of the
ereditora and atooknoldera of Iho hnoinnati
Furnaoa Company. Tnal lha rlaima ol lha
creditor, of the Oinoinnatl Furnace Company
"t-. .v. i.iiin.s inereoi ascers
lainetf. aid such other rebel usuth. ..mniL
8n4 John Durand la required to lanswer
ssid petition on or before the Lhlrrf
alter iocemberlllh, 171.
c . N.K1CHMOND. ET AL.
Bf W A. Bdtcbisb. m i. r-i ....jn a
Gaof vtaoa, their Attorney. ' '
OotetvrMt) 174, ' t
V T ;
TVRiit n wrvniit jrirl,
Want to K'll a piano.
Wiint ti t'll a cnriliie,
Want to bnj or sell a farm.
Want a honnlitij; ilnrr,
Want to M'll town iroH-rty,
Want to st'll jrroci'rlin or clrtijrs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want tosi'll ilrjr jrood or carpet,,
Want to Uud cnstoint-rs for anything.
AdvertMnjr will (ruin new customers,
AdvertMiijr will kwp "Id ciistomera,
AilvrriUI'iK llbemlly always iys,
AilvfrtNln)f make success easy,
AdvertMnjr bejrets confidence,
AdvurtUlujr shovti eucrKy.
Ailvei lising shows pluck,
Alv-rt:Re or "bust,"
Every merchant, manufaclurtt
or bu!ne man who ha become
prominently rich, has made hit
fortune by judicious advertising.
So exception io this rule can bi
cited! .Stewart, the J'tince if
Merchants, when a poor man. van
driven to advert isiny. as a last
resort, to gel his stock turned info
tnoT.ry so as to meet a vo'e. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still brtter in pros
perity, he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained his c
Sume merchants any it is nut woriU
while to mlvert'Se; fur no person reads
advert iscmrnts; vet every merchant in .
this county will read this advertise
ment, and if he ia wise he will profit'
hy its suggestion, if be has anything to
tifler Worth advertising Mow much
mi. re then will those read , them who'
fire not so largely supplied with resn '
nij; iiiuiiKr, lira nt leisure tn mo even
iiur. nml must depend on their csner for ' ' 1
their locnl news, the must iu portsnl
item ef which is where they can find ' '
just what llioy want when they come to
atnni ia on .J.I tnutu il.tal unrl j.ilt Kt 9"
DIWtlM ICS OW ISISflf M .J , C J . U 1S4V
style that it is worthless, or U it is ran
down so thnt you hnve nothing left that
people would w.nt, it ii not worth,,
while for you to advertise. But if it is,' .
new. fresh nnd sparkling, up to ther '"
times, and such as the people Want',''
don't hide them, hut ruhliah In lha
world that you have thetri, and wtnt
to sell them at a lair price.
An advertisement published Rir a ijrif
gle day dues duty heyond ' that dty
and its eflect continues in greater
ratio than most nien imagine, lo tho
end it wjll make n man's name a per-;
mtnent matter, a piece of real proper
ty huilt up in tlia mine's of men until
it hscnincs more- valuable, than anj
corner lot in his locality .1 '. '
If you lose a watch, a dog or a child, -.
or if yoii desire people not to trusl
your wife, ynu rush tt your local pa
per, snowing that every one will read
the advertisement lint you will 'plod
along in husiness year after year, with
nut calculating how much you nre los :
ing ny not advertising it Rtporttr.
If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisements
are not read hy the puhlio wish to ho
convinced of their error, just let them
1 1. . ..
Live puuuciiy to some matter tner -would
nut care to divulge to the world.
even in the most ohscure corner of a -
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. Jdvertiier's
Advertising ia apt to give ns that '
gentle jug ol conscience which tells us :
that we want a new suit of clothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wifa
a new dress as soon as tbe hny was in.
Perhaps it would he a good plan for
Madame to nark this passage and lay ':
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Wbo will say that adver :
tising viU not yet civilise the worldl
Why do people' read sdvertisemehur
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
any '.him; new, or anything that they
wane, io see u ine season's styles
have come in, and to find out who has
them. To know if any one ia selline
off at reduced rates, or to watch tha
chance of an auction.' For amusement
To satisfy curiosty. . Because they :
have read all the stories, marriages,
Itietti. daailis 'nno Ta .nJ A .
Because they want to. Because tbey '
can't help it. Ohio State Journal .
Tni nower of nriut ia vail tnnws
but nut well nnderatnnit A ns!nt4 -
- . H y . IUIU1.
sentence has wonderful advkatago
over one that ia written nr arnlren"
This is one of the many reasons which
gives en importance io advertising. Hut
auveruaera, een inose or experience, '
do not comprehend as well -as tbey,,
might the capacity to influence, to per
enade, to convince, which lies in print
ed matter. Snnkan wnrita MArllM h aTs.
- f svijiai, v av .
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away in
to nothinenesa if not eannht in !;
flight and printed. But there ii'soms
thing in the silent language, the qitt
assertion and the sense of peiwanenee
about printed matter whiak gives it a
marvelous force and influence. Busi
nesa men should neier fermit them
selves t loose sight of what may bt
accomplished by a persevering nsa of
the printing presses. Larn to adver.
tise, and then the "bow. when and -where"
ot it, and you Trill hatt a) 'J
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