THE VINTON RECORD.
THURSDAY NOV. -tt, 1873.
In em has been a severe con
troversy going on between the
newspapers of Columbus, in
reference to the pre6eot bust
ness condition of tit a t city.
The Sunday Nowa commenced
it by deciding that many per
sons were being thrown out ol
employment, and that the
prospects for winter were
gloomy. The State Journal de
nied thin, and maintained, that
everything about Columbus in
dicated uninterrupted prosper
ity. Both sides marshaled a
good array of facts to .their
support The News showed
that ia .certain directions there
had teen "hauling in of sail."
The Journal held that business
was on a better footing here
than ever before. IVday,
however, the News publishes a
communication which says
that the statements regarding
the uiMtuninished prosperity ol
. city have had the effect to
bring hundreds of uoeuploy
ed laborers hither Irom other
cities.; thai these are wholly
unable to find work here, and
that, in consequence, the city
is filling up with helpless poor
We think it should be generally
known, in view of this, that al
though Columbus does enjoy
wonderful prosperity under the
circumstances a prosperity
which has hardly been over
stated still there is no de
mand here for laborers that
can not be abundantly sup
plied from the permanent pop
ulation of the city, and that
those coming from other cities
expecting to find work in Col
umbus run considerable risk ol
We (earn from the Ohio
State Journal that Mr. John
Galoway, son ot the lion. Sam
uel Galloway, of Columbus,
was fatally injured on Sunday
afternoon, in attempting to get
on the platform of an elevator
just as it started, in the new
South End blast furnace in that
city. It ascended with his legs
and a portion of his body hang
ing over the side, and he was
caught between the elevator
and a brick arch eight or ten
leet from the ground in such
a way as to stop the machinery
and to inflict upon him such
injuries about the hips and in
ternally, as to cause his death
on Monday morning. Mr. Gal
loway wa3 twenty one years ol
Tue Straitsville great vein
of coal, suitable for smelting
ore in the blast furnace in the
raw or uncoked state, is from
ten to twelve feet in depth,
and lies from ten to thirty feet
Above the railroad track.
Ai)Ove and below this vein of
.coal ia found four veins of red
hematite or limestone ores ol
from .thirty to fifty per cent,
metal, each vein of an average
depth of fourteen inches, pro
ducing twenty five thousand
tons crude ore per acre. The
area of the ore field is much
greater than the coal, extend
ing over 60,000 acres, and will
produce 300,000 tons.
Johj E. Fox & Co., of Phila
delphia, have tegun involun
tary proceedings in bankrupt
cy against Jay Cooke & Co,
and the delendaata have been
enjoined from parting with any
of their assets until the ques
tion of adjudicating the firm
fnyijuotary bankrupts has
These are 400 religious jour
nals .n the United Stales. The
Methodists have 47, the largest
number; then comes the Cath
olics, who number 41; the Bap
tist, 35; the Presbyterians, 29;
the Episcopalians, 21; Luther
aoj, 14; German Keiormed, 14;
Jews, 0; and Congregational
Mi33 Lizzie Tbcbmak, daugh
ter of Senator Tnarman, will be
married in Washington, on the
25th init. to R. H. McCormick,
delegate to Congresi Irom Arizona.
Tub widow of ex-Secretary oJ
War Stanton, died last Tueday
at Chestnut Uili, near Phila
Alle5 and Hogan tad a fight
at Pacific City, 17 miles south
of Council Bluffs, Iowa, on last
Tuesday. The referees decided
the fight a draw, on account of
the spectators breaking the
ring, thus preventing the fight
from progressing. Both par
ties were badly bruised.
A jpkcial dispatch from Aden
says that in an encounter re
cently in El Ahsa between
Arabs and Turks 300 of the
former and 70 of the latter
were killed and wounded. It
is probable that the British
force at Aden will interfere
and prevent encroachments by
Louisviuk.Nov 17-An infan
try company ol 65 raen, organ
ized in this city, has tendered
its services to Goy. Lesie, in
view of the prospeciive Span
ish war. A meeting will be
held Tuesday night to secure
further enlistments. A federal
veteran also oilers to raise a
regiment of 1,000 men.
Memphis, Nov. 17. An off
icer of the Cuban Junta is
here it is said for the purpose
of raising a colored regiment
to assist in liberating the slaves
on that Island.
Washington, November 14
Information U just received
here that the balance of the
Virginus' creie have been shot
making 111 executions in all.
Miscellaneous News Items.
New York city hasn't hung
Stokes, nor gone Republican,
Quebec has snow drifts two
or three feet deep, and excel
A ccurLE of extensive deal
ers in counterfeit 50 notes
have been caught at Ljuisville.
The famine in Greenland hae
caused the death of one hun
dred and fifty persons by .tar-
Memphis has resumed her
normal condition of health.
and trade is increasing in ac
The great water works tun
nel, under the lake at Cleva
land has been completed. lis
length is a mile and a quarter.
At a Mite Society in Hunt
ington o short time since, mush
and milk, only was strved to
Nine inches of snow at Cadiz
and six at Cambridge, latt
week. Heaviest snow in Oc
tober since 1835.
The situation in France
seems to indicate the probable
election of McMahon as Presi
dent for five years.
A thief in Madison has act
ually robbed the hen-roost ol
the Chief Justicce. This is
considered to be not only lar
ceny, but cuntempt of court.
Since the first of January,
over ten thousand books nave
been copyrighted in this coun
try, 10,250 are the exact fig
ures. The legal-tender reserve has
been drawn on the amount oi
five millions, and yet currency
is nearer a gold value than al
any time since June of 1862
A Cleveland Chinamm at
tempted to kiss an Irish ser
vant girl a few days since,
whereupon she boxed his ears
and almost pulled his pig tail
from his head.
Logan was visited this week
by an umbrella mender, a plug
bat renovator and an organ
grinder. They all found some
A man wants to row a boat
from Gallipolis to Cincinnati,
without sleeping or eating, for
$1,000, inside of thirty-six
hours. In case of his failure,
he says, he will forfeit that
T. F. Brooks has been held
in $15,000 bail for examination
on the charee ot embezzling
$100,000 of the fuuda of the
Merchants' Nationl Bank of
Petersburg, Va., of which be
House Stolen and Thief Caught.
Mr. Chas. H. Creed, of Hock.
ing township, rode to this city
on Friday last and tied his
horse to a hitching place, to
remain while he transacted his
business. When he went to
get his horse to return home,
it was missing, and circum
stances plainly Indicated that
it had been stolen. By some
means it was acertamed that
the animal had been ridden :o
the direction of Pleasantville,
and forthwith Mr. Creed, ac
companied by J. M. Mier9, of
that city, started in pursuit
Arrived at Pleasantville, they
ascertained that the thief had
leit with the horse but a short
lime previously, alter having
olid red to sell the animal, with
saddle and bridle, at a price so
low as to excite suspicion and
defeat the sale. The pursuers
hurried on in the direction oi
Thorn port, and on arrival there
found that the chap had been
there, and had already dis
posed of the horse and rig for
(hirty-five dollars and hired a
conveyance to the railroad sta
lion. They proceeded instant-
er to the depot, getting there
before the train lelt, found
their man, secured him after a
fierce resistance on his part,
brought him back to Lancas
ter, and he now has a lodging
in Sheriff Bush's hotel. Pron pt
work and good luck, except loi
Iaaae Vernon, on Friday the
7th inst., struck his wife with
his pocket knife, as though at
tempting to cut her throat.
The knife cut along her jaw
irom the lower point of the
left ear till it run into her
mouth, just al the middle of
the lower lip, laying open a
frightful gash. It appears that
lie had been threatening to
kill various people that day,
and quarrelling and jokiug and
singing hymns, till he reached
home, when he took his wife
by the arm, and alter a lew
flourishes and some argument
he made a cut, then took her
into the house. Tlii3 conucl
looks as though the Lunatic
Asylum would be a good place
The wild bears are still roam
ing unmolested, ia the big
woods in Henry county. One
dark night last week a Lear
came up to a shanty occur led
by twelve railroad hands
aud two large dogs. He was
evidently on a foraging expe
dition, and contented himself
by picking up crumbs and stray
bonet, and scratching about
the door occasionally. As the
men had no gun, they dared
not attack him. The dogs
sprang upon the beds in terror
and could not be induced to
go out. The bear soon walked
away as peacefully as he came.
Tuomas Britt, a saloon keep
e", about five o'clock this morn
ing, at Indianapolis, Nov. 14th.
while in bed with his wife and
child, nearly severed his head
Irom his body, only about two
inches of the skin at the back
nt the neck remaining uncut
The instrument used, a com
men jack-knife, was still in his
hand when his wile was wa
kened by a gurgling noise.
Dyspepsia, heart disease, and
depression of spirits were the
An old man named James
Morrisoo, aged 78, was recent
ly killed by a freight train on
ihe Hocking Valley road near
Logan. He had been an in
mate of the Hocking County
Infirmary since some time in
the summer, and had left that
ins itution without leave on
the night preceeding the ac
cident; and was walking the
track at the time.
One hundred thousand peo
ple of the State of Kentucky
have already enrolled their
names as petitioners to the
coming Legislature of Ken
tucky, to enact the Indiana
whisky law as a statute for
To Develope Talent.
Place a voung man in a posi
tion that will fearfully tax him
and try him; a position that
will often bring a blush on his
cheek and the sweat to his
brow; a position that will over
master In in at times, and couse
him to rack his brain for re
source. Place him in a peti
tion like this But every time
he trips go to his rescue; go
not with words of blame and
censure; but go with manful
words of enc uragetnent; look
him boldly in the eye, and
s,)eak them with soul and em
phasis. This is the way to
make a man of a boy. And a
giaut of a man. If a wan has
pluck and talent, no matter
whether he ever filled a given
positiou or uVt, put him in it,
if worthy, anJ he will soon not
only fill it, but outgrow it. Put
n j in a Jpos.tion with a tiw
heart. This is the way to kill
him. Put him in grandly, with
most unmistakable confidence.
Drop no caveats, but boldly
point the way and then stand
stand by him with a will and
countenance of a true friend.
Thus tr twenty men, such as
have been named, and nine
teen will succeed.
Scene in Hocking county
Court: Judge "Have you any
thiug to offer to the court be
fore sentence is passed on you J '
Prisoner "No, Judge; I had
ten dollars, but my lawyers
OF PERSONAL PROPERTY,
State of Ohio, Vinton County
H. J. Sumeri, Plaintiff,
3org S. Clements, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat An Order of Hale.
i '. a a
PTJR8UANT lo Ihe command of an Order of
Wnle mailed from the Court of Common
I'lens of Vinton County, and to me direct s
as bhonftof iwkl county, I will oiler for snle al
lhe.lo.irol the Court House, in tlio town ol
McArthur, Vinton Counlr, Ohio, on
Monday,'' the -1st Tay of December,
A. D. 1873,
at the hourofl o'clock, P. Hf. of said day, th
fo lowing chaltel property heretofore attach
ed by me, to alt:
2 horne 1 set douhle harness and I two.
horse woon . .praie. at Ihree hundred
dollars (two.) To he Hold as the properly of
tJeorne 8. Clnno- ts to satisfy an order ol aide
in fiivor of H. J. Homers.
TEKMS OF BALK: Cash in hond on the day
of sale. OKonCiK KAI.KK,
. Bhentl Vinton County.
II. f!. Joura, Attorney for Plainlirl.
November:)), A. l. I87.'l. 2w
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of John D ankle, deceased.
rpH E undersigned lin been appoin'ed and
I qualified as administrator of the eatate
of John Dunkle, lale of Vintoncounty.de
cetixtd. lated this 20th day of November, A. f 1873
t JOHN P. ulJNKLE.
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE is hereby given that all persons
are forbidden to hunt or shoot on thj
premises of the undersigned. All not heed
log this notice will he pros edited.
A. H. Tl'RVJSY,
!3nov3m A. J. WORTMAN.
SfcND FOR CA'I ALOGUt,.
Domestio Sewing Machine Co. tf. T.
T?TP .tf QTTYP,''N95 cnNE burn-
loH.le. by t-L'T.ME ATWOOD. pro
dunes 'he larger! Hunt Can tie used on any
coal oil lamp For sale by all lamp dealers
DrTsCOTPS LIVER PILLS
Are the beat, the leant painful, produee Iks
slrkneaa, and do the aystem more good than
any other pill in use. The nvnt skenlical
have only oive to try them lo oe confuted of
their great merit.
IV MM r IJM EH (tlrls and boys want-
V . I Vj VI ed to sell our French and
American Jewelry, Book, Games, Ac. in their
own localities No ei pital needed Catalogue,
Term, Ac tent rsci P 0 V1CKERK A CO,
ifUPVVad rafullt with btentil A Key
lYIUnCl CI.eok outfits. Catalogues and
Mill paitiuularc FREE. S. M. Bpincta, 117
Hannover 8L , Boston.
$5tO$20f,er 'y' e"ti 'd! All
v "'""claaaea of working people, of
either x, ungnrold, make moie money
at work for us in their spare mor.ienls, or all
the time, thao anything else. Particulars free
Address O. b'l'lNSON CO., Portlaod, Maine.
We will insert an advertisement of one inch
pac one month in 81 flral-elaaa Ohio Pa
For lists of papers in other States, address
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ir. i. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg
etable preparation, made chiefly from
the nativo herbs foujvj on the lower
ranges of the Sicrr.Cyevada moun
tains of California, the medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily asked,
" What is tho cause of the unpar
alleled success of Yin eg A Bit
ters t" Our answer is, that they
roraovo the cause of disease, and
the patient recovorf hi health. They
are tho great bluod purifier And
lifo-givintf principle, a perfect Reno
vator and Iuvigurator of tho system.
Never before iu tho history of the world
has a medicino been compounded pos
sending tho remarkable qualities: of Tin
boa Bjttbrs iu healing the sick of
every disoivso man ia heir to. Tbey are
gentle Purgative as veil as a Tonic,
relieving C'ongeation or Inflammation of
- the Liver aud Visceral Organs, in Bilious
The properties of Dk. Walk-
la's Vjnboab uittses are Aperient, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative, Coud tor-Irritant,
Sudorific, Alt.imtivfl, and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vixegar Bitters the moBt wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking systoin.
No rersou. can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
boues are not J as troy ed by mineral
poison or other moans, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Tear),
Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of tho stomach aud liver, and
other abdomiual viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful iuQueuco upon these vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
There ia no cathartic for the purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as tbey will speedily remove
tho dark -colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
And generally restoring the healthy func
tions of the digestive organs. .
'Fortify the body against dis
Case by purifying all its fluids with
Vinegar Bitters. No epidemio can
tnko bold of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head-
acbo, Turn in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Diuiness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
iu the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Fain in the region of tho Kidneys,
And a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the olTtiprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a leugtby advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, white
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, tioitre, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, "Walker's Yin
QARBiTTERSbave shown their great cur
ative powers in the most obstinate and
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no eaual. Such Dis
eases are caused by vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
agaiust this, take a dose of Walksb's
Yi'neoas Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Totter, Salt-Khoum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration! of the
Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the nse of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and re
moved. No system of medicine, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
ForFemaleComplaints, in young
er old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, orthe turn or lile, tnese Ton-
io Bitters display so decided an influence
mat lrnorovement is soon nerceDtiDie.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores: cleanse it when von 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, and the
health of the system will lollow.
r. ii. Mcdonald S( co..
Dnifrplits A Gen. Agts., San Frencisoo, Callfor.
ma, ac cor. oi wsanintrton ana unariion eisn.x.
bold 9y mu uraguu saa vuun.
Probate Court. Vinton Coun.y. Ohto
NOTICE is hrer given that Innnh P. Sain,
(imrriixn a' Ann, Jasper H , Thomas
a. and Oeorifc William a. Lt, ha ninl his ac
count fi.r fln-il settlement, and that the sum.
is et for hMrinx on the .iSth day of Koiem
oext, (167J,) at II o'clock, A. M
H. B. MAYO, frobate Judge.
Ost. IS, 1873. it.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby given that William Van
derfnrd. as Guardian of William, Henry,
Craven, Wesley and Vfary M.Rhively, haaAlei
his account', severally, with aiid wards for
Anal settlement with the first-named two and
lor partial settlement with the other three;
and that the ame are set for hear ng on th
29th day of November instant, at 11 o'clock,
H. B. MA ?0, Probate Judge.
Nov , 1873. it
N. J)RUCKER & CO.
M tfiUFACTUBERfl OP
TRUNKS, BAGS A,D VALISES
AO. HO TI1IRD ST.,
$72.00 EACH WEES:.
Agentf wanted ever-wrier. Business slrict-
IV ircmmaia. rarucutari wee. anomi
WORTH, at Louis, Ho eptly
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street.
TTTOTJLD respectruUr Invito lb attentio
- of buyers to bis slock of
Offered at wholesale prices a low as an;
la any other market.
Have oa Sal full liees of
Drown & Dleached Muslins,
Calicoes, Cbeckt, Stilpes,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
neli and Jeans.
WOOLEN GOOdFoT ALL IIHDS.
White and Gray Blankets.
HOSIERY and NOTIONS.
His Ihcllltiis for business are unequalled,
CLBbling hi to fler inducement to the
trad equal I any otber house. llsep
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County.
Clark k Boggs Plaintiff.,
James Kenard and wife, Defendant!.
IW WIJITOJr COUWTY COURT OF
t'lXJlOX VLEAli OKDCi Of SALE
PURSUANT to th command of sn Order of
81 issued from Ihe Court of Common
Pleae of Violon County and lo me directed
a Sheriff ; said county. I will ofler for sale
at the door ol theCeurl House, in th town of
McArthur, Vintoa County, Ohio, oa
Friday, the 6th Dan of December, 1873
at the hour ofl o'clock P. M. of said day the
following lands and tenements, siiuat in th
county of Vinton and ktate of Ohio, to wit:
ln-lot No. six (6) in th3d addition loth
town of flvmouth as surveyed sod rlattrd bv
Levi I'avis, commem ing at a sink al the
south-east corner of said lot and running
north flv degrees west UVt lino, to a slake,
tlwnee south 87 degrees wet fire (6) chains,
1 hence south links, theace A chains to
the place of beuiiining, being in Vialon county
and Hiat of Ohio, and coatwiniDg t M-1UU
Appraised at thrs hundred dollars, (30 )
and must bring two. thirds of that sum.
To lie sold as tho property of Jimes Kenard
and wife to satisfy an order of imle, issued from
the Court ol Common Fleas ia favor of Clark
TUKMS OP BAL ItCash.
ShenHol Vinlon county.
U. C. Jons, Attorney for plainlil.
Nov. o, lira. , it.
Valuable Tavern Stand"
WI8HINU to re k re fmra business I nfler
for sal my tavern slaod known a Ilia
Baughman House, Zaleskl.
Tbii houte ia doing a good business, I
NEXT DOOR TO THE DEPOT.
And is Ihe
Principal Hotel In Zaleskl.
It is almest new. has lately been improved
and refitted throughout, has all modern lm
provemenls, and good stabling sufficient to
lo accommodate the run of custom of Ihe
house. The house, staUe, furniture, and ev
erything Incomplete rhtyt for a man to take
right hold, wiil be sold, at n oargitin, and on
liberat payments. To any man who luder
stands the hotel business, this is an oppnrtu
nity seldom ottered, as the house is making
big money on the amount invaded. If any
man wishes to buy let him call on me, and
will aooa convince him that there ia money
inil. WX, BAVUlinAlk,
25sept ilaleski, Ohio.
JOHN UUrUND, a n-nresidentof the Slat
win i.n, uunue, innt neison nich
iriond, The Vinton County National Bank,
:. ...... w.ucis, iiu uriux saifi ac
linn Kip Ikumual... . rl -ia -,i i; .
.. "ii uuiei oreniiors oi
the Cincinnati furnace Company who may
hereafter he trade parties thereto, filed on the
ISth day of October, IWJ.iheir petition nifrtinM
Mlii .Inhli I III rami unA . . .
an ntckholderHol lh Richland Furnace Com
imuj, iim ,idciudhu furnace Company.
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in nm imlitnlnul nann... j '
" " -..". ve.pr.vivj null a I NO AS
Mffneeof Hie Cmoiunti Funma Comnnv.
ID Ihe Court Of Cnn.mnn Ufo-- if..'
County, Ohio. Th object and prayer "f
Which Mill rM-tlfinn ia ... ...J..Lj i.
. null .Hr;Ai K- 1.A " "'u""V', a.re
iu,, -jT rairarnmsii oy james
MoLandburg as agent of said Cincinnati Kur.
nace Com nun nf...,i.i. 1
. ... ' " ".in v.mui Ul aitl.UOV.Bo
held h Hmupt j If. I. i . 1
....... . w nin.i. hkniq,! i.ong a
anuh.and thatthe amount of dividend paid
on said claim by saidassmnea be nfii.H.jk.
said Smart A Kilyeit. 'That the sale of the
.. v. mo viunnoaii u ruace Com pa.
X. 7" J ".-"" pruitwjr,, i.oagSnntn
hy said aasigiie to the ffrthland Furnace
Compunv be derlued fraudulent and void.
Spi red ltMLP!!",0"1) b'
assignee lor the u;e and beneBt of the credi.
tor. and stockholder, of the Cincinnati Kur.
na-e Company; and thai said Richlmd Fur
.??mVnr ."? '"Wholders be r.
Blued by them in operating and manairinii
sa.d Furnace, and that the .am. bTTecf.e.1
teirfUth.r'l.ol,di",in'e-n1 lh '
iwvid Smart may hare io said property, r
J hld.t0,i'!ur- o the benefit of the
be audited and the amounts thereof ascer;
...n.d, and such other relief m.7 be euqui t
.JlU't 3.?a Danni reouired to .answer
p,w A n iL. 1. . 2 "AL.
G.,.n..Vhe.vr Aiwrni,.. C' H
George W. Green whose piece of res,dnc
. I unknown i herebv nni,..i ,kV. i "?
n ,,2iJ""ih. V.wibTr.T
n..L r ni"o in tne ornc of th
??trl?f X 2sr 9.m""-" ".thiS
L . mb.j oi v lncon and Sta la nl
Ohio, ch.WK thi ,,d Geo" W Geen
rha?.h.rZe.CrUel!i' town? h.'.andask.S;
that she may b divorced from th. ...h
, , vnjtuoer, n. li. W73.
Bt E. w. BAaanut, herAtt'y.
SCALES FOB SALE
0lt very low price. C.on "w'mt
vn H.n jiui ...
ElfSBIIHOB will teaah inv man .v.
11, l, .
it is advautaeous to patronise those
1 1 - v
Want a situation.
Want a servant (Cirl,
Want to sell a piano,
Wnut to sell a currtsxe,
Want to bur or sell n farm.
Want s boanlirijr place,
Want to sell town property,
WHtit to sell roceries or drui,
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Waut to find customers for anything.
Advertising will sraln new enstomera,
AilvertWnjr will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising nwkes success easy,
Advertising begets confidence, .
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertise or "bast"
Every merchant, manufacture?
or bu$tne man who hat lecomt
prominently rich, hat made hit
fortune by judicious adverlxiing.
Xo exception to (hit rule can It
cited! Stewart the Princt of
Merehantt, when a poor man, wat
driven to advertiting, at a hit
retort, to get hit ttock turned into
money to at to meet a note. Ar
guing from thit that if it wat
good for him in advertity, he
could make u tlxll better n prot
perity, he became a pertittent ad
vertiser, and thut gained hit c
Sums merchants .ny it if not worth
while io advertise; for no person raids
advertisements; vet every merenantki
this county will read this advertise
meat, and if he is wise ba will prrft.
by its suggestion, if hs has anything to
offer worth advertising How moofc
mors then will those read them wbo
are not so largely supplied with read,
ing matter, are at leisure in the ven
ing, and must depend uo (heir paper lor
their looal news, the most ivportaot
item rf which is where they can find.
just what they want wheu they oome to,
town to mate their purchases. Iryoui
stock is so old, rusty, dusty and out of
style that it is worthless, or if il is run
down so that you have nothing left thai,
people would wnt, it is not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it it
new, fresh and sparkling, up to tbe
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to the.
world that you have them, a&d wanC
to sell tliom at a fair price.
An iiilvrtiiiAmAnt nnfiliflYiAl fn lml
gle day does duty beyond tlmt 6jh
and its effect continuen in m yretUr
ratio than most men imagine. In th
And it will mnlrA n man's nam
- - wniuwf uwiuw m a -
manent matter, a piece of real proper-,
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than any
corner lot in his locality. ,
I" you lose a watch, a dig or a child.
Ol if vnll fleulrft nunnl. n... n ......
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, knowing that every one will rest?
the advertisement But you will plod;
along in business year after year, with,
out calculating how much you tira los
i"K oy not ttuveruning it jKrporttr,
If those persons who profess to be
Iteve that newnnnnar aitire.ii'..n..ni.
are not read by the publio wish to ba
convmoea oi tneir error, just let them
ilive DubliuitV In inmn tn.lfi
would nut oare to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of t,
country pnper, and see what notoriety
they would soon attain. -4(ipr.W
Advkrtisino is apt to pve ns thai
gentle jug ol conscience which tells us
that we want a new suit of olothes for
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a new dress as soon as the hay was in
Perhaps it would be a good plan for
Madame to mark this passage and lay
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plnte. Who will say that adver.
tiling will not yet oiviliia the world!
Wht do people read advertisements?
To see who is enterprising and to learn
what is going on. To see if there is
anything new, or anything that they
want. To sea if tho iMtun1, .i-r..
have come in, and to find out who hat
mera. io ttnow it anyone is selling
off at reduced rain, n in ik ,1. .
chonce of an auction. For amusement.
io satisiv ouriosty. Because they
have read all the stories, marriages,
births, deaths, locals and accident..
Because thev want in lUnni,.. le
ctin' t help it. OAfo State Journal.
Thb nower nF n.int 1. vail V--
but not Well nndflratnnit A
sentence has a wonderful advwatsge
ovor one that is written or spoken.
This ia one of the many reasons which
gives en importance to advertising. But
advertisers, even those of experience,
do not comprehend as well as they
e.., w.yavt,j w iiiuuunce, so pers
SUade. tO COnvincn. whinh lie. in n.il.
ed matter. Spoken words require the
graces of elocution and the force of
eloquence, yet even then fade away In
to nothingness if pot caught in their
flight and printed. Bnt there is some
thine in tha eilent lan miftirf, III iii a
assertion and the sense of permanence
uuuu. iirmwu maiier wntcn gives it a
marvelous forcn and inflr.an R.:
ness men should never permit them
selves to loose sight of what may be
accomplished by a persevering use of
the printing presses. LejrrsJo adver.
tne, and then the when and
yhM .o i. Mri you, will kT ti
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