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THE VINTON RECORD.
UcAKTIlUK. OHIO,
TIIUKSDA Y, NOV. 27, 1873.
Tweed, the Boss llnel of Uie
Tammany Rinr, has been found
guilty of fifty-one counts of
the indictment against him,
and sentenced to twelve years
imprisonment in the Peniten
tiary nnd a fine of $12,750.
- - - i I.
It wouldn't look well for a
nation which has permitted its
peaceable, law-abiding citizens
to be hunted out of their
homes and murdered by binds
of Ku Klux without punish
ing the assassins, to go to war
with a friendly Republic for
shooting a lot oi cut-thronts
who were using our flag to cov
er their unlawful purposes.
Almost unnoticed among the
news ol the day is a Boston
dispatch to the Tribune which
eutus up the year's disasters to
the Gloucester fishing fleet
It tells a sorrowful story. Du
ring the year now closing one
hundred and fifty-two lives
have been lost in the perilous
business of fishing, and twen
ty four vessels, of an aggregate
tonnage of 1,2S7 and 110,000
in value, have been swallowed
up in the waves. Surely, here
is a tale of hardships and &uf
feringfor the consideration ot
those who live ai home at ease
If the Virginius had been
an American merchant vessel
engaged in lawful commerce,
as those papers which are try
ing to cultivate a war feeling
represent, there would have
been just cause for indignation
But it is well known that for
two years that vessel has been
in the employ and ownership
cf the Cuban insurgents, and
the Spanish navy stationed in
the Cuban waters have been
cruisiug in search oi her. II
we are an honest cation then,
wishing to do to others as we
would be done by, our indigna
tion should be excited against
the filibusters who have pros
tituted our flag rather than the
nation which has put a stop to
their illegal enterprises. Un
less some American citizen
was innocently on board the
Virginius and that is hardly
probable, as her character- was
well known and was execu
ted, we have no cause of com
plaint against Spain. The
shooting or hanging of captur
ed rebels or pirates has been
the custom of all nations ex
cept our own.
[For the Portsmouth Times.]
Superintendent of State Printing.
ing.
'We bave seen several names
suggested lor the position ol
Superintendent of State print
ing. We ore not accustomed
to proposing individuals for
public places, but in this in
stance we have the name of a
person in our mind so admira
bly qualified for the position
mentioned that we feel in du
ty bound to make mention
thereof. For the above office
we suggest the name ot Walter
C. Hood, Esq., lately of the Ma
rietta .Times. lie is not only
one of the most talented wri
ters in the State but is an ex
perienced office manager, and
knows all about printing
There is no man in the State
belter qualified for the posi
tion mentioned than Mr. Hood,
and above all his integrity is
unquestioned. We make this
suggestion without his know
ledge, and without knowing
whether he would be willing to
accept the appointment. It he
will do so no better selection,
for tba public interest, could be
made."
We endorse ali the Times
ays of Mr. Hood's honest, In
,ttgrity and ability, and if the
ate? vices of the present efficient
Superintendent are to be die.
pensed with, both on the soore
of fitness for the position and
unrewarded labor in behalt of
bis party, Mr. Hood would well
deserrejthe position.
A Kbstpckv editor is report
ed to be laboring under a se
vere illness caused by falling
into a pond and accidentally
wallowing some water.
[From the Pittsburg Commercial.
Precedents of our Own Setting.
In 1837 there was an upris
ing in Canada, intended to es
tablish a republican form of
government in that country
Very naturally, there was an
inlersa feeling in the United
States of sympathy with the
"Patriots," as the Canadian Re
publicans called themselves,
and all along the border there
was an immediate effort to give
aid and crmfort to the "Patri
of movement. Martin Van
Burrn , was then President
ara he at ouco issued his Pro
clamation warning all Ameri
can citizens to refrain from ta
king part in any act against
the British Government in
Canada, and giving timely no
tice to all who neglected this
caution that, if they were ar
rested by the Canadian govern
ment, the United States would
uot intertere to secure their re
lease or procure their discharge
I rom punishment.
As wa3 foreseen, quite a
number of American citizens
were arrested; and they were
subsequently tried and sen
tenced to transportation. The
United States Government
made no effort to save them,
and they were accordingly
transported to British penal
Battlements, and remained
there until the Queen, many
years afterward, pardoned
them.
In this instance the princi
ple was well settled that it a
citizen of the United States
chooses to go into the territory
of another nation and engage
in armed efforts to overthrow
the government of that nation,
he has no claim upon the pro
tection he has foluntarily
abandoned. He must abide
by the consequences of his
own act. '
In 1S50 or 1851, during the
administration ol Mr. Fillmore,
one of the Crittenden family
took part in a Cuban expedi
tion, and was captured by the
Cuban government and put to
death. He was an American
citizen; but the United States
did not, because it legally could
not, interfere to save him. He
was a brave young man, and
belonged to one of the first
families of Kentucky. Ills
name was a national one, and
his case excited the deepest
sympathy. But the United
States had to abandon him to
his fate, because he had volun
tarily given up his citizenship
I ere and engaged in an unlaw
tut attempt to overthrow the
government which finally exe
cuted him. His execution was
as brutal as was that of the
Virginius captives; but our
government did not make that
a pretext for going to war with
Spain.
In these two cases the pre
cedent has been fully estab
lished that a citizen of the
United States can not claim the
protection of his government
while engaged in an effort to
overthrow another government
with which we are at peace.
The Science ot Ileal h puts
forth the opinion that wheat is
the greatest promoter of phys
ical vigor, and that "nothing is
more sure than that the great
bread eaters are the great
thinkers, or that the phospho
rus which wheat contains in
the outer kernel, immediately
beneath the husk, is the feeder
of brains, and the material sub
stances which provoke to
thought, study, reason, and all
the forms of nervous energy'
In proof of this the States of
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, alt
great wheat raising States, are
cited as showing wonderful
progress over many others
Stai53. The same journal
thinks .4he full value of wheat
as a civilfcer will never be fol
ly realized until wheal- meal
takes the place of boi'Jed floor,
and people learn to m.ke
8 ah Frasoisco is waging a
resolute war on faro dealers
One of them has just been sen
tenced to pay a fine of $1,000,
or take filteeo montns' imprisonment.
Nlnb hundred and loity thou
sand operatives are employed
in he production of iron in the
United States; 42,000 ot these
are employed in preparing ore
and fuel; 25000 in preparing
fuel for rolling mills; 23 500 in
blast furnaces, and 3,500 in
bloomeries; 80,000 are engaged
in the manufacture of articles
of iron. Thus we have a total
of 940,000 men employed in
the Iron interest. The value ol
pig iron manufactured last year
was $S5 000,000. The product
of (be rolling mills and forges
was $03,000,000, and the value
of Jollier, manufactures was
$762,000,000, and the entire
value ot manufactured iron for
the year was 910,000,000.
Wk beg of alt employers ol
labor who are in doubt whetb
er to continue their operations
or to stop, that they will make
the best arrangement they cau
with their men, reduce expen
tea as much as possible, and
go on as long as possible. The
workiagmen, wheu fully em
ployed, are large consumers ol
domestic products, and the loss
of this market, resulting from
their idleness, will tend to
make resumption more difficult.
Industrial Bulletin.
The Spanish Navy.
According to Admiral Por
ter the strength of the Spanish
navy Is as follow: 25 vessels,
carrying 140 guns; 24, carrying
52 guns; 22, carrying 582 guns;
50 gunboats, 1 gun each; also
10 transports, capable of being
converted into war vessels
Fifty-three of theso vessels are
stationed on the coast of Cuba
carrying 320 guns, with 9,000
men all told.
For the first time in the his
tory of the country there has
been a panic in which nobody
was scared about the bank
notes he might happen to bave
in his possession. Poor men
have not been the victims of
that old fashioned anxiety and
loss. The breaking of banks
has not turned the money in
their pockets to worthless
dross.
....
If the currency of Ihe coun
try is to.blame for all our trou
bles, why is it that everybody
that is in trouble wants cur
rency? It reminds us of the
school-boy's d?finition of salt,
as "the thing that makes pota
toes taste bad when you don't
put any of it on them."
Some of the trees in Arkan
sas are said to be as deadly as
ihe Upas tree. Que (if them,
au elm tree near Elgin, has
been the death of twelve men
already. Fur particulars in
quire of Judge Ljnch.
A California farmer has dis
covered a new nse for Alkali
springs. He used them lor
washing his cheep, before
shearing, the strong alkali re
moving every particle ot dirt
and grease, and leaving the
fleece perfectly white.
Tub Democratic lealert,
having come out of the Jut
Wjr with a very donUM rep
utation for patriotism, would
now like to pitch into Spain
jun to 6how what bully boyi
t ley are in a fight.
John Scrratt is writing a
book about the assassiualion.
Allen will be the first Dem
ocratic Governor in the pres
ent Stale House.
Garagiity & Hcster, Bank
ers of Lancaster, failed last
week.
A daughter of Gen. Rose
crans became a nun on the
2Sth olt.
Balimori never had so many
oysters, and prices were never
so low, as now.
1 our counties in Iowa have
elected women for County
School Superintendents.
A Chinaman took the first
premium en butter at the re
cent fair at Seattle, Washing
ton territory.
Frank Moore raised 200
bushels of corn on two anrea
of grounds in West Union,
Minn., this season.
4iNotwitu6Tandinq their loud
bellowing about civil service
reform, the Democratic victors
of the late election announced
their intention of displacing all
Republican employees of the
State, includingcne-legged and
one-armed soldiers, and old
men robbed of their natural
props by the late war lo make
rocm for the hungry hounds of
Democracy, who have waited
so long for this opportunity to
get their paws into the public
Mineral Point, (Wis)
Tribune.
Of course they will turn out
the last man, no matter what
may he his intelligence, interi
tyt nnd experience; yet all civil-service
reformers of the Geo.
W. Curtis stripe are laboring
with all their , might to install
this civil reform party in pow
er. The Republican party is
altogether too corrupt lo suit
these fastidious gentlemen, and
therefore Democratic reform is
what they aro suffering for.
Washington Republic.
An exchange says: "A Sioux
City justice of the peace said
to a couple he was about to
marry: "Hold up your right
bands; now what do you know
about this case!''
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
JOHN P, PLYLEY'S ESTATE.
rrobate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
fOI ICR Id hereby Riven that H. Clsv Ply
il ley, administrator of the estate of Joh n P.
PI J ley, doomed. Ins filed hia aci ounta with
aid estate, for partial settlement; nnd thm
the hn nn thereof i sat (or the IMh day of
December next, (1873.) at 2 o'clock P. M.
H. H. MAYu, Probate ludge.
Norember 7,173.
SHERIFF'S SALE
OF PERSONS L PROPERTY,
State or Ohio, Vinton County
H J. Sumer, rimnllfl,
ADA INST
George 8. Clemeats, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat An Order of Sale.
PVRSCA NT to Ihe cnmmnn.i of nn Order of
Sole issued from the Court of Common
I' ens of Vmtnn fnnnl. a rwl In m . .
as bhiTirlofwiid county, I will otter fin sole nt
V. . J " vuur noose, in (lie town Ol
HcArthur, Viuton Countr, 10, on
Monday, the 1st Day of December,
A. D. 1873,
yl the hour ofl o'clock, P. M. of said day, th
Ml-twing rhiitel property heretofore attach
ed hy tne, lo IT; '
2 horse i, 1 set doiil le harness and 1 two.
home -wagon . appraised at three hundred
dollars ($ ion.) To be .oil as the property of
Oeorne 8. Clems la to antufy an order ol Kale
In favor of II. J. Sinners.
T Eli MB OFS4l,K: O.i.h in hnd on Ihe day
of.aie. Ui:URUR K A I. Kit,
. . . Mientt Vtnion Couuty.
n. n. Jnra, Attorney for Hamlin".
Nutmher:0, A. 1. tvt. 2w
Notice of Appointment,
Eaiate of John D ankle, deceased.
THE undersigned hat been anpnio'ed and
qualified an adimni-tntor ot the estate
of John Dunkle, late of Vintourounty.de.
cesd.
l'ated this20lh day of November, A. f 1973
at JOHN P. il.'NKLE.
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE :a hereby given fhat all persona
are forbid ten lo hunt or shoot on the
premises of Ihe undersigned. All not heed
log this notice will U pros edited
W.M. CRAlfl.
GEO. HUFHUXE3,
A. II. TI KVEV,
M. J .SALTS,
B. SAI.'I,
J. HALTS.
N. iHFriMNES,
lTnovSm A. J. WokTMAN.
Agents Wanted.
SAD PORCAULOOCA. '
t
Dimei:ic Sewing Machine Co. I. Y. !
r I i ,- mor su chim
m.iw '.y fL''MK ATWOOD. pro-4ir-
ti larRet linfit Can rm nd on ini
VAi iil Umo rit sale by all lamp dealer
03. scorns liver pills
Are the ken. Ihe least Gainful, nrodno
ka, eH do the system more good than
any other pilU is) use. The rrwit akeptieal
have aoly we to try Item looeeeanaced of
their pattMnt,
Wn VI PV'XMlMnii'hifiniit
t . I rl ed to i oor French and
American Jewelry, Book, Games, Ac. in their
own localities Jleeipilal needed Catalogue,
Term.. sent ran PU VICKEKI t CO,
Auroata, Maine
sVJnaJCV'",,," "i" Htenetl A Key
full particulars FREE. 8. M. fepaacia, in
S5ilOjt20!,'r d,r'."i waated! AH
if4vt1M1 0f (.ci,,,,,, people, of
either a. x. unAeniH tn i.
at work for ns in their epare momenta, or all
"naojininn eise. particulars rree
Address O. BTINSON A 00., PooUnd.Maine.
We will insert an adrtisemnt of one in-h
spacf one month in 81 flrat-class) Ohio Fa.
pera for
$s.od.
f of yr ' other States, address
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NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY
A book of 00 pases, wUL editors' and pub.
Iishera nmes, data of establishment, siae,
polities, subscription price aad circulation of
all newspapers in the United State and ue
minion of Canada.
PRICE FIVE DOLLARS.
by mall. Addrtsu Publishers, No 41 Park
Kow, B. T.
SEND IS CENTS FOH THE
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A book of N pages, showing how, when
and where to adieruse, aad aeateminge list
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Dr. J. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters are a purely Vcg
etableprcpnration, niado chiefly from
tho native herbs fotin'l on the lower
ranges of tho SiemQjsevndA moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked,
" What Is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled 8UCCCS3 Of YlXKOAR BIT
TERS t" Our answer is, that they
romovo tho causo of disease, and
the patient recover his bcitlth. They
are the great blood pitritier and a
lifo-giving principle, a perfect lteno
vator aud Invignrntor of the sjstem.
Never before iu tho history of tho world
has a luudicino beuti compounded pos
sessing tho remarkable finalities of Vis
eqar Bitters in healing tho sick of
every disease man U heir to. They are
a pentlo Purpativo as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver aud Visceral Organs, ia Bilious
Diseases.
Tho properties of Dr. Waik-
BR's Vinkoar lliTTKKsaro Aperient, Dia
phorutio, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretie.Sodutivo, Counter- Irritant,
Sudorific. A!riiv ami Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters tho most wonder
ful Invigorant that ever sustained
tho siuking system.
No Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and ro
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not Jistroyed by mineral
poison or other m-ians, and vital or
gans wasted bevoud repair.
Bilious, Ileniittent, nnd In
termittent Fevers, which are so
urevalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout the'Unitcd States,
especially thoso of tho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Ecd, Colo
rado, Brazos, Bio Grando, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Bo
.noke, James, aud many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
beat ar.d dryness, aro invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of tho stomach and liver, nnd
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influenco upon theso vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
Thcro is no cathartic for tho purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as they will speedily remove
tho dark-colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels aro loaded, at tho eamo time
stimulating the secretions of tho liver,
nnd generally restoring tho healthy func
tions of the digestivo organs.
Fortify the body against dis
ease by purifying all its fluids with
Vi.nf.oar Birrnns. No cptdemio can
tako bold of a system thus lorc-armcd.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, liend-
ndie, 1'aiu in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of Ihe Stomach, Bad Tnsto
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion" of the Ucart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in tho region of the Kidneys,
and a hundred other paiuful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will prove a better giwrantoo of iu
merits than a leugthv advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Uvil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammation,
Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, L'ruptious of the Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walkf.r's Vix
eoar Bitters have shown their great cur
ative poirors iu tho most obstinate and
intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent nnd Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys ami Bladder,
these Bittore have no equal. 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, a they advance in life, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
uniast this, take a dose of YTalkbr's
VfJECAi Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetttr, Sait-Khenm, Blotches, Spots, Pirn
pj, Boil Carbuncles, Kmg-
wyra, Staid-bead, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, I';h, Scurfs, Discoloration o"f the
fckia, Hsa'n aid DL8,ses of the Skin of
Ujt Lm or nature, are literally
iif up crri4 wt of the syxtera ia a
iWt time by tte w of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
larking in the tytum of to many thou
sands, ore effectaally destroyed and ro
moved. "o y.tern of medicine, no ver
mifagta, no anthelniinitics will free the
lystcm from worms like these Bitters,
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womonnocrfl, orthe turn of life, these Ton
ic Bitters display so decided an influence
Itat improvement is oon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever yon find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cieane it when yon find it ob
structed and alnggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; your feeliDgs will tell
you when. Eeep the blood pure, and the
health of the system will follow.
. R. II. McDOM ALD & CO.,
Dnifrirista 4 Gen. Afru., San Francisco, Califor
nia, II cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., ti.T.
Bald bjr all UrugglsU and Dealers.
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton Cuun.y. Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby giren thnt laimh P. Sain,
inardisn of Ann, Jasper H , Thomas
8. ami Gaont William 8. Loa, ha Hied hmao.
eonni forlimil iwillrm Di, and thai the same
is set for hriaz on the 28th day of Noiein.
oext, (1873,) at 11 o'clock, A. M
H. B. MAYO, I'robate Judga.
Olt. 18, 1873. 4t,
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Viato Count, Ohio.
NOTICE is herehy given that William Van
derford, as Guardian of William, Henrr,
Craren, Wesley and Vary M.Bhively, has flle.i
his aeeoanKs-verally, with and wards for
final settlement with the HrHt-nnmed two and
lor partial settlement with th oilwr three;
and that the same are set for hear nu on the
49th day of November instant, at 11 o'clock,
A. M.
H. B. MAVO, Probate Judge.
Wot 6, W3.
,
N. DRUCKER & CO.
M IM'FACTURERS OK
TRUNKS, BAGS VALISES
AO. 110 TIIIRD ST.,
CrNOINJSTA.Tl.0
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
L. O i aaal atrift
it iMttimnte. Prticiisr k. AddrrM J
.f.n..f2..a ii. a .S . OAstAJaflV
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
B)py Goods
WHOLESALE.
Paint and Second Street.
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.,
WOULD reepeotrullr invite lh sttentioa
of burers to bis stock of
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholesnlt prices as low at any
id any other market.
Dare on Sals lull lines of
Drown & Bleached Muslins,
Cnllcoes, Checks, Stslpev,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
WOOLEN GOODS OF ALL KINDS
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and NOTIONS.
His facilities for business are unequalled,
ei.nbling him to otter indiicemeals to Ihe
trade equal lo any other house, issep
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County
Clurk & Doggs Plaintiff
Again.t
James Keoard and wife, Defendant,
I VIXTO 4'OITXTY 'Ol'RT OF
t'lJIMO V I'I.EAM OHDEIt Of HALE
PURSUANT to the command ofan Order of
L bale I'sneil irom Ihe Court cf Coimnon
Hleas of Vinton County and to me directed
as Sheriff :t said lulilitv. I will ofler forssle
st the door ol the Court House, in lh town ol
McAiihur, vintou County, ihio, on
Friday, the tth Day of December, 1873
nt the hour ofl o'clock P. M. or said day tlfr
IdIIiiwiiik Inn la nn I teneinriila, situsie in the
eouuly id' Vinton and Slain ol Ohio. In wit:
In lot No. six () in lh. 3d addition to Ihe
town of rlyiunuth a surveyed and i Uiti d bt
Levi I'avis, roiiimem ing at a stnke at ihe
snuthesHt corner ol sld lot and riiuning
nnrili flv degrees west U3i linn-, lo a slake,
iiicnee sniiiii pi (ieKres w-t nre (d) ulains,
llience suiilh lin's, Iheure Achsinstn
Ihe place ol tuMiuiiiiiu, htinu in Viniou coumi
anil HiHte ol Ohio, and contwumg 1 ILluu
acres
AppiHiseil at llirs hundred dollars, (J3I )
and iniijt bring twoitliinls nl' that sum.
Til he sold as tup property ofJsines Kennrd
"lid a lie to sutmly an oril.ir dfa de, i-iihiI from
uie unurt ol Luinniuu I'lras in lavorofclaik
t lll214.
ItHMSOKSALC-Csrh.
(iKOKGE KALKR,
6lierillol Vintou i-ounty.
I(. C. .Inn, Attorney for plaijlil.
Nov. 0, Is73. tm
Valuable Tavern Stand"
FOR SALE.
TISIIIN'I In retire from business I oflnr
lor sine my tatern stHnd known as the
Baughman House, Zaleskl.
This home ia doing a good business, is
NZXT DOOR TO THE DEPOT.
And ia Ihe
Principal Hotel In Zaleskl.
It is almest new Iihs loiolv l.oon imi M..i
and retilled llirniiMliou:. has ell modern Ini
proteineuis, aim (tood slnhliiiK HuHicimt to
to aci-omiiiiuiaie the run of custom of the
erything iu complete -li.e for ,i man to take
ooue. i ne noi se, sin . e. rnroiims. un.i av.
ii "in oo sold, at a ftnrgun, nnd on
liberal paymenia. 'loany manaho u.,ar
Mxnils tho holl l bllkinens. this Is nil nnunrtu.
nity seldom oHered, as ihe hoiii-e is making
'ig inoiif) on the amount inverted. If any
man wishes to buy let ti 111 e.ill on me, and
will ooa convince him ihnt Ihere is tnonuv
nit. MM. BAI'IIHi.
Jfifept Kileski, Ohio.
ROBT.B.SMART
Legal Notice.
JOHS 1L'RtND, a n"nresilentof iheSlats
of Ohm will lake notice, that Nmsim Ui.-h
'iiond, The Vinton County Nntion.il Hank,
. ... .... ., nl, ,,,uv, creoiiora oi
uie I ini.'inna'i rurnnce Cofnpnny Mho may
llfin fill. tKumauluu .1 ll ...I ...
,u. ; . " 1 i-arwes inerein. n leu on the
... ...j . . , .,UM,nlr icoiirrn ngainst
said John linrand and others named therein
.r,nnu,urMUI ine nicninnii rurnaceCom-
l.anv .I.A ty ....
r-..j, ..lui-muaii rurnnco ;omniinv.
mart Kilvert, Bamuel W. Kilverl, Jr.,
n his indivirjiial capacity and also as aa
iKm-eor the Cincinnati Furnafle ;ompanv.
... uv,., vl .,,illmu rieas oi vinton
(.ounly, Oh:o. The object and prayer of
which anul p,tition is lo set aside and dec are
as null and roid the endor-emeni by James
.MjLandMirg as agent of said Cincinnati H'tir.
nace company of a certain claim of I13.0M 83
held l MmMPt ir.i.A. :. . . ' .
iron, h.:.. "i'" ' '
, l"r "'""'iiifc nt uiviuend paid
nnsaid claim by said aasignee be refunded bv
aid umart k Kilveii. That the sale of the
c-,.b oi mo iyiui:ina:ui ruruace Compa.
nv, and Ihe chatiel propeetV t( l.ona Hniitn
, --.ft.. w .Un ni-jiuanii rurnace
Companv lie. declired fraudulent and void,
and that -aid property (real nnd personal) be
declared to bt a trust rund in the hands of said
assignee lor the use and beneHt ot Ihe credi
tors and stockholders or the Cincinnati Knr
n e Company; nnd that sai Riclil md For.
nsce Company and iia stock holders he re.
quired to account for any and all prohis -.
alid by them in operation and managing
-aid riirnace,and that the same be lecreed
' ""funded lo said assignee, and thst all
interest that said assignee, or his partner,
I'avid Smart may have in said property, real
and perjonnl, either aa Mocr holders or oth
erwise be held to inure to the benefit of the
creditors and stockholders of the Cincinnati
Furnace Company. That I I.e. rlaims ol the
creditors of the Cincinnati Pnrnace Company
b ajd.ted and the amounts thereof aicer;
We U "'r r,'' may U eU('l,it-
saw'?. Jnw? Dun? '," re1uire o 'ower
lL., """l0n,0lLb'mre ' third Saturday
alter Uocemberlllh, 1873. uruj
N. RICHMOND, ET AL.
By W A. Herein,... M. L. Ctass nnd C. U.
GaoHvK... their Attorneys,
fotoberssth, 17. et .
Divorce Notice.
George piace or residence
is unknown is hereby notified that Louisa
niffi,d'20n"',a!W d 01 ""ober. A.
. u ,n ma omce or the
Clerk of the Court ol Common fleas within
inH IrtV Iha AKsaaa ar: . .
On O. (hrtTin thsk sanis4 i
with extreme cruelty toward Iter, and ask.ns
hill lha tn m A isa - J r . , 7
OcftTOfi W. flrauK D-.s: ,17 !
-m . - " A Obi tlUIl Hill HImOU
for hearing at lh n Urn of mu1 Court
l)n(A4l this 97A Im. Ar.u..k.. . .. .u
- v wtuuen n. if. ia 1 9.
Br E. N. Bamiill, her Aifjr.
SCALES FOR SALE
TP A I T? iTa 1ST 1 'U
STOCK and Ore Scslea as goad aa new, for
sals at verv low Dries. Eu an
nevtl
H u.wKH aissrnay.
ErruEiBNct will teaob oy sun tha
it ia advaotAKeoai to patronii thoM
yt AsTertiM la arwtf fmt,
A
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ELJfi
T T.
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E
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It You
Want a situation.
AV ant a servant jrirl, "
IVantto ei'll a piano,' "
Want to ell A carilnKe,
Wunt to buy orrll a farm.
Want A bonrilinjr pl,
Want to cell town property,
Want to sell jrrocerles or ditiftt,
Want to cell hoiisehnlil furnltur.
Want to sell dry jronda.on carpeta,
Want to find ciiatont;rs for anything.
ADVERTISE.
Advertising will (tain new ciistouitra,
AilvtrlMiiK will keep nlil cutoiuf r,
A(lverlUiiir liberally nlwaya pya,
Atlvertlslnjr make hiucm easy,
Ailvt'rtUlujr bereU roiiflilenee,
Advertising shows enerKTt
Advei Using ilmws pluck,
A'lvertising raelln8,bix,,
Adverllse or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Ailveniso well,
A tl v e r t is
IsTOW.
Every merchant, manufacturer
or business man wh has beeom
prominently rich, hat made hit
fortune by judicious advertising.
So exception to this rnltein
cited! iStewarl, the Princt
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, s, a last
resort, to get his stuck turned int
monry so as to meet a nolt. Ar
guing from this that if it was
good for him in adversity, ht
could make it still better in prct
perity. he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained hit
lossal fortune.
Hums merchants y il is not world
while to advert. te; fur nu person reads
advertisement; yet every aerebentia
tlii county will read this .tdysrliis
uient, and if he it wise he will proll
by its suggestion, if ha has anything
nffer wurth adrertiiing How mael
mire then will those read ihtm mho
are not to largely supplied with, rear)
ing matter, are at leisure in th'a' even
ing, and mutt depend on their paper fur
their local news, the must Mar pnV'laat
item i f .which is whers they eh; Jnd
just what they want when thej come
town to ruins tiieirpiironates. if join
stock is so old, rusty, dutty and ool
style that it is worthless, or iPit is' rua
down so that you have nothing left that
people would w.nt, it is' not worth
while for you to advertise. But if it
new, fresh and sparkling, fip.' loV the
times, and such as the people-want,
don't hide them, but publish' to tha
world thut yuu have them, at,d want
to sell them at a fair price. -.
An advertisement published for a sia
gle day dues duty beyond that day,
and its effect continues in -a ' greater
rutin than inot men imagine, in tba
end it will make a man's name a per
mancnt matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable than aaj
corner lot in his locality.
J p you lose a watch, a dog or a child,
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your looar pa
per, knoying that every one will rs
the advertisement But yon will p!i4
along in business year after year, With
out calculating how much you are loa
ing by not advertising it Rtpotltr.
. If those persons who profess to be
lieve that newspaper advertisement
are not rea J bv the publio wieh to b
convinced of their error, just lei them
civo pauiic.ty to some matter they
would not eare to divulge to the world.
even in the most obscure corner of
country paper, And see whal notoriety
they would aoon attain. Advtr titer'
Gazette.
Adtkhtisino is apt to Eire os that
itentle jog of conscience which tells ni
that we want a new suit of clothea for
Sunday, or that we promised our wif
a sow dress as soon as 'the hay was ia.
remaps it wouia be a good, plaa .for
Madame to mark this passac and 1st
the paper opnn her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that advar.
tismg will not yet civilise the world
Wht do people read adrerliaeMents
To see who ia enterprising and tojleara
wnat is going o. l o see ir there
nnything new, or anything thaU thsy
want. To see if the season'a lyleA
have come in, and to Snd out who has
them. To know if any one is selling
off at reduced rates, or to watch tba
chance of an auction. For nssusemeal.
To satisfy . curioety. Uecausa they
iiiivo renu uu mo arnries, mamagst,
births, deaths, locals And accidents.
Becausa they want to. Bceanse thaw
can't help it. OA to State Journal.
Tbb nower nf nrUxt fa wall tn
but not well nnrleratand A
. , As
sentenca has a wonderful A
over one that is written or spoken.-
i nis is ono ot tne many reasons wbih
rrivea an imnnrftanea tn atweeslsiflt Il
e ( ' . vu,
advertisers, even those f czperiener
uo not comprenenu as wen ae they
mitrht the e.anaoitv an infTaanA i ...
r- r -J I
suade, to convinoe, which lies ia print
A maftfrA Un..l.H .
w ...... .v.. .-ioi7fi suiui rcij u I r v WSr
graces of elocution and the foreef
elonuenca. vet swan tbr. f.J.
to nothingnesa if not eaugbt in their
flight and printed. Rut there is some
thing in the silent laagaage, the quiet
assertion and the sense of permarvenea
about printed matter whiob gived ft
marvelous force and influence. Busiw
neas men should never permit them
selves to loose eight ef what may be
acoomplishedi by asperaevering nse
the printing pr-S. Iearn to adver
lie, and the '.'how, whea and
where" ol .vi- yoo will hare
WMfje Nret aaviaf.

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