GREATLY BEDUCED PRICES
TTAVINS purchd end complete renovated
formerly occupied by fcA
snitable for this market, at
ORBATLY REDUCED PRICES,
gotten up In a style of wnrfcm.nabipnot to be excel
r.dbjanjthopinthis.couon. All kinds of work in his line wiu
promptly dots on very low terms.
Of U kinds done lo order on short notlee.
AMI supply of
O CD i A' x w
.1 U,l .
in rcent. will be deducted
n 11 orders for cash down. nORTON
March 7, 1S17-U P. HOKiuw.
is A ri A 7.TWE
TTNIVERSLLY acknowledged the Model
I V i ii. ...., Af Amarie.a. duTOtea to
i rarior nig" - - . , .
rfri.:.j cn..ii.a Pnsmj. Sketches, Archl-
.-a Mioi Tnttaireg. Household Mat
tew, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (iucluaing specm .,UCP-"V--
Fashions.) Instructions on Health, Gymnas-
tio Equestrian Exercises, bkating, music,
Amusements, ect.i all by the best authors
and profusely and artistically illustrated
with cosily engravings (full size,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artlstio noveletus, with other
useful and entertning literature.
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out ths Model Monthly.
Single copies, 80 cents; back numbers, ai
specimens, 10 cents; either wailed free.
Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium two
n. p. $5 50: three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$12 and splendid premiums for olubs at $3
each, with the first premium to eeca suo
W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
No. 473 Broadway, New York,
pemorest's Monthly and Young Amerioa
to ether, 4, "iln loe P"miuln to each.
BALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
Tht Chtapett Magaiint in tht Worldl
TmSnomilsrsnd widely circulated magasine has
no reKd an edition unequalled in thia coan
irv Tach numl "irbrnamented by numerous fine
MBav.DKB, ina n compiet i,br.a
,??L Varfo ty of Ule,aketclies. poem., and illustra
Kfarticle." written expressly for us column;. U is
lonceded by all to be the cheapest and beet Mage,
l&oavear: seven copies 9 00-, thirteen eeples
ELLIOTT, IH0ME3 TALBOT,
Sold by tbe trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 urntihtd thi U. S, Gntrnment.
Army Revolver, Mn. jlrlbre,
aTv Revolver, .-.. .... -..-...
Belt Revolver, gise calibre.
Police Revolver, 1"" j or,,
Kew Pociiet Revolver, . , Z.
Pocket Revolver, (Wder'a p . 31-100 m. ca ibre.
KcpeaUng Pistol, (Elliot pt ) o. W cartr'ge,
Vst rocKet rimoi,
Gun Cane, No. 22 and 32 "
Breeoh Loading Rifle, (Beat's) No. f and I M
devolving RiaeT ndl-lu0in calibre.
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
Ilion, Nut Tori.
itaoif At AOBXTt.
Moore A Nichols. Sew York
Tot. Reed A Hon, ,, Boston
Jos. C. ttruhri Co., Philadelphia
Poultney A Trimble, Baltimore
Henry Folsom A Co., Pw Orleans
Johnson, ffpencer A Co 0?h,,c"!0
L. M.Rumsey A Co., 8t. Louie
aibart E. Crane. . ian Fransieco
March 21, 186Wy
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ol Articles for Young and Old, Married
aad 6inele. All should have them. Address
A . BKIIXIES, 74 Bleeoher Street, New York City.
July 18, 1 8fl7-8ra
TO C0HMJ MJTIV Efl. Rev. EowAao A. Wjisoii
A willseud (free olctiarge) to all who desire it, the
prescription with the directions for asking and us
hi the simple remedy by which he was cured of a
long affection and that dread disease consumption.
His only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hopen
every sufferer will try this prescription, as it will cost
nettling, and may prove a blessing. Please address
a. Rv EL)WARD A. WILSON,
Ho. 168 South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. Yerk.
Staf of Ohio, Vinton Connfy.
t.. u.,i. Plaintiff. 1 1n Court of Common
" Talinat Pleas. Order of
Orr-n IT Gould et. al., Derts. ) B e. -
TN PTJKSUANCE of an order of sale in the above
.... m ma riirected from the court of common
nipasin and for the eounty of Vinton, and Stateef
Si.iZ t..arinir date of Seotember tlth. A. 0. 1887.
I will oiler for sale at public auction, at the door of
the Court House, io w. m bwu
TUESDAY, the 29th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1867,
at thhonr of 1 o'clock a. .ofaaid day, the one un
divided equal half of the following lands and tene-
"ituateTn'the county of Vinton and State of Ohio,
beina a part of the South east Quarter of Section
ria Townshin Ten (10.) Kan Be Seventeen
( 17. beginning at a stone in the aoutn boundry line
or Mid Uuarter Beotion; thence west with the said
line l.7ti ehains to the easi boundry of ih l)epot
Grounds of the Marietta A Cincinnati Railroad yom.
py; thence North-easterly with the hoe of said De
pot bromide M ohalns; thence East .78chaipsto
a stonef thnce North U chains to a aioni thence
c.i lo.Sl ohains to a stone; thenoe South 7.38 chains
to the place of beginning contaiiog tea seres more
The same to be sold subject to the dower estate
ii. .k- t Mirfn aiut MAraaret M. ftould.
Appraised at five hundred dollars and must bring
iwo-iniras oiwi u.. . . .. - ,
Terms of Sale oath In hand at the time of sale,
JOHN J. SHOCK KY,
. , . SberiS Ymton County. O,
H. i. Bendy, Att'jfcr Pl'ft.
a jr -saaw
iLWH AND AGUE!
THE BIMEDT TO CURE AND PREVENT
DB. S. . BlCUARDSOtTS
SHERRT WIKE BITTERS.
The Celebrated New Englsudemedy lor
For-Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General Dt
bilily, and all Liteatet anting from
bitordtrtd Stomach, Liver orBowelt.
They are nwd and recommended by leading phy
sirians of the country, and all who try thtm pro
noupce them invaluable.
They nr sold by medicine dealers generally. Prici
One Dollar per bottle. J. N. H AKK1 CO.,
Proprietor tor the Southern and Western Stutet.
For sale by
G. W. 8isson, Druggist, McArthur, Ohio;
B. 8. Wilcox, Hatnden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden, O.
io tbi ecu or
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO II
Buoh as Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
Kriirmmtii should use the Balsam for
Trnq Balsam Is Introduced to the snfferini puhlir
,Sr lie merits for posit.vecure of such disease.
IIv?r lo r n'Umul. fVnvn which it 1r-
hare been turn r - " ;: our.
md D. Tor aucil uiieawt wj imw imv.......
ma upt .0nnimn(lfrl hv DhV
JttX h.vVb quiinied with lUgrea.
As an Expectorant It n no fcqael
W. copy the foiling intiNMng letter from Dr,
t. .. i in mhasrv the interests of
humanity that I rejue iw Ailen't Lune
ble paper o"' "..; w. attacked
Ha mam .a . -" , hlnh 10
Willi a severe com, n " , j .., :.. i.
eoliKhineniKhis almost incessantly, wilh coldnint
sweats, with increased imtacoin, whlcn exttnaea iu
?o the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I was at Shoreham on a proieasiou.
v sit the past October, when the "good aniariten"
came along introducing Allen's L ung Balsam into
cording to dlrecroni, and 'o;mwliftfeIi
have now taKen wo DwiHc, wuiuu if
.1.. en aare. ni Hlirinff thfl tllTl O!
ITIO got III" Uliat ww - e .
my affliction, f was in a state of constipation, whioh
the Balsam has almost effectually regHla ,ted. ho
J i t.A.. Kia vol tiahiA tnftiininn. J
.eebythe Western papers that the "hye'
ramiivsnouia do wii.w
t;.nc,nnt. wnre ":7,uC.donbt
'pttoauo.ngi.mw ".jv-- l.iV. ntforthel
11 Will loon ueconie uin:v. - - ..
cure oi sii aneasm " 1 f. rii.ii.i
the lungs. jnaiij l.dh.oi . jj., -
aiddlebary, V., Nov. 16, 180.
The nroprietore ol this vnlunhle Balsam lake pleas
ure in calling to it the attention of all medicine deal
ers, desiring mat iney iiraou... KPv a kiLZa.
si? rL!st?. rr:hrcl? ed
II Will BIUIUU UIB wo na aaava.w
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
. . . i ' kJ..A a all nor t nt the inhab-
Wnicnnas own muuuuwi r .-- j .
ii"d world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
after The Balsam., for sale by most of the leading
nSS sod cm ! be had from them, in any
:!. ri.aired bv the country dealers.
quantity Jwt Co.sole Proprietors,
C nc nnati. Ohio.
O. W. Sisson, DruRgUV Mo Arthur, Obie,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Drugglit, Hamttea,
B. 8. Wilcox, Hamden.
Fever and Ague and Cbim
Best Bemcdy to Care
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
DirMfioni or ill Uti.
mini .nf,.la of the Fain Killer in
I about haira ptniot noi. Bv.,n..
. . iLa attaab i IMtninff
ened with molasses, as m V"V"
on, bathing freely ine cneat, oao . vw
.i. i.k h. ndinin at the same time.
CIS, suu . . . . ,
n. . .u. j...!n an. minutes, if the
.... J... alnn the Clllll. Should it
urs uudo v- r ... mi n i
produce Tomiting, (and it probably wi'M.if
r. . . . iatr. a littla Fain
the stomaon IB very ium, -
ir:u.. i. ir sweetened with sugar,
after eaoh spasm. Persewence in the above
treatment has cured many seTere and obsti
nate cases of Ibis disease. .
P IN KILLER Ciree fere
AFatorite Medicine wilh all classes.
Is Davis' Pain JLiller.
IFjouhafe Painter's Cholie,
' Use the Pain Killer.
0 Msdieine is as popular.
AS tug ram Aiiier.
KEEP the Pain Killer Always at
TP jou hate a Cough or Cold;
' Uss the Pain Killer.
r 00K and not get caught without a bottle
I , of fain riiuer in me nouso.
t FT evervbodv use the Pain Killer fer
Jt Sprains and Bruises.
F i VERY sailor should carry a bettle of Pala
i Killer with him. ,
TJEMEMBER, the Pain Killer Is for both
XV Internal and tzternai.
tv. p.tn Killer la aold y alt the Drug
gists and Dealers In Family Medicines.
Agents for the Western States.
For sale ny
O. W. Sieson, Druggist, MoArlbnr,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R,8. VYiloox, Hamden.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.
CANKER? SALT RHEUM
Fnr rki l?lirs of
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ereyeipelas, Eorofulone
Diseases, cutaneous, ana every aiua oi
disease arising from an impart
state of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of ths Nine
teenth Century I
etsTnls fivrnn. with the Cerate, we will
warrant to eure any hard eaee of Old
Bores no matter now long standing,
-So!d by Druggists Generally."!
For rale by "
O. W, Sisston, Druggist, McArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Bamdea,
R. B. Wilcox, tlamden.
Jily lfc lr-Hi
An Old Song Set to a New Tune
11867 At tpring approachti
Ant and Roxchet
from thsir holet com eef,
And 3lici and Ratt
In tpit of tati,
Gaily tkip "aUul. - -
"18 years established ih N. Y City."
"Only inlallible remedies known."
Tree from poisons." ....
Not dangerous lo the human family."
'Bats come out ol their holes to die."
Costar's" Kat, Roach, &c, Exterm's
Is a paste used tor Rats, mice, Roaches,
Blaak and Red Ants, Ac, Ac,
i:rwnrV' Tlflii-Bup- Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash usedjto destroy, and
luaa aureventive for' Bed Bugs, Ac.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Irisocts
Is for moths, mlsquitoes. Fleas, Bod-dugs,
Insects on Plunts, jFowls, Anhxata, Ac.
mam ... T) . -. I f m I WAfIKI AflB tmi tati OHS
sM"S(.e that "Cof tar's" name is on each box, bot
tle, and Flask, before you ouv n .
t-Addrise HENKY B. COSTAB,
AAA lirnadwav. New Tork.
gQrSold in McArthur, by J. 8. 8trong,
and all druggists and dealers everywiiore
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcere,
Swellings, Eruption, Cutaneous Affections,
Rincworm. Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chilblains,
&o. : Chapped Hands, Lips, Ac; Bites of
wnineri. insects. ji.uims.iB. o.
j-Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts., nd 91 sixes.
tTSold by all druggmls everywhere.
foTAndby Hsnit R. Cost a a, Depot ,414
Broadway New Tor,
toy-Sold by J. 8. Strong, McArthur, 0.
CORN B O L T I N I,
Tor Corns. Bunions, Warts, Ac.
arBoites J6 cts., 6i' cts., and $1 siaea.
tvV-Knl.t h all Uruiisists everywntrt.
fry And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broudway, Hew loia
Sa-A.nd by J. S. Strang, McArthur, 0.
TOE BIATJtlTflNQ THX COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all ethers.
t8old by all iruggists every where.
SSTAnd by Henry B. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
tsirAnd by J. S. Strong, McArthur, 0.
. r.iTie 'Tnlrlfl. Hoarseneas. Sore Throat.
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influence, Asthma,
Consumption, uroncoiai anecuouo anu an
diseases of the Throat and Lunge.
ggy-BotUes 25 cts, 50 ets, and 91 sises.
tSold by all druggists eteywhere.
i?And bv Henry B. Costar, Depot 4S4
Broadway, New York.
And by J. n. B'rong, e.Fiaar, v.
CO ST R' S
A TJ5IYEB8AL DINNER PILL, ;
trnr narvons and sick Headache, eoeti veness, Indl-
gaelion. oyspin"a , .-
rhea. colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
j : - killAn.n.a. iun.lin.linn. illaw.
ot the digestive um..
averboxes o cw, ouow, !'.
KKniii h all druffcists evervwhere.
And by Henry B. Costar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New lork;
And by J. 8 Btreng, UsArthnr, 0.
"W A. IsT T IB ID I
IN VINTON COUNTY,
THE GREAT CIVIL WA S
From to ISGS.
Haviso been appointed Agent for . the
Youth's History" fo'r Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive subscriptions
from those desiring this excellent and popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Ylnton county, will pleaee
send, for terms at oaoe and secure territory
before it Is too lata;
Agents wilt be given Yery faTerable terns,
Aa aotlte Agent can make from 4 to $6
The German edition of the Youth's History,
whioh has been called for, is also now ready.
The work Is designed to furnish the yonth
of the country a candid and Impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through which we bays
From a Democratic standpoint,
Theinds of the yonth of our country are
being poisoned and niiseducatod by the false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is ef great importance fer the welfare
of our country that the real Disunionlsts, as
tbey arc now proving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. The great Jmpor.
tanee ef a sound Juveniee literature has
long been felt aad acknowledged, and as
this is ths Irst attempt to famish It, tbe
Publishers, of the the work Messrs. Van
Ivrie, Hortoa it Co,, New fork -respectfully
solicit the eneonragement of ths public, and
ths assistance ef the Democratic press. It
is jast suck book as ought to forma part
ef lbs small library ia every family la Tin-
tea county ; or it shoald be plased in the
hands ef every child, for tbe purpose of
giving then a correct idea ef the late war
and itc eauioi.
It is neatly printed and bcand, illustrated
with II engarvlngs, and contains 384 pages,
divided lata 41 chapters. It contains the
llkeneesceof Geaeralc Lee, BtencwallJaek
an, f rant, MeClellan, Sherman, Johnston
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Liaecla, A. H.
Stepbcas, J. Wilkes Bcotb, Ac.
(if tht Snauirtr Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinton Coiotj.
BLTttlEU, DAY A CO.,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Etjieka Cider Mills,
VicToa Canc mill,
Stas Cobs Shelleb,
Horse Poweb Forks,
, BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,"
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR 8AWING
And many other articles In the way ef Implements,
Toole ana machinery.
PURE SORGO AND IMPIIEE SEED, selected
varieties. Bend tor oirouiars.
MarchCS, 1887-1 y
SI, 93, 25 &. 2 Broadway, IV. Y-
OppotiU Bowling Grttnx (
nif THK EUROPEAN FLAN.
THESnvim Hocus is well and wldelY known te
the traveling publio. The location Is especially
.... . 1 k.i.d. 1 I. :
SUItaDie 10 merenaiiw uu iucui is iu
olose proximity to the business part otthecity-ls
.1. v.i..v.t aitiitharn and wastAin traTal anil
and adlaoentte all the principal Railroad and steam-
Ths travails House has liberal accommodation for
over 800 guests it is well furnished, and possesses
every modern Improvement for the comfort and en
tertainment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious
..11 tmA nrnviilri with una and watar
the attendance is prompt and respectful, and the table
is generously provided with every deucaoy of tbe
season at moderate rates.
. GEO. K. CBA8I h CO,
' lfey W, laM-eaj) FrfrirUtt.
- Sheriff's Sale.
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Winkleman, Plaintiff, In court of com.
against I Pleas.
William A Pearceand On an Order A
Hamuol V. Dodge, Defendants. J .Decree.
PURSUANT to the command of an order and de
oiee in the above cause to me directed from 'the
coutt of common Pleas ot Vinton county, Ohio, and
to me directed as Sheriff of and county, 1 will otter
at public sale, at the door of the court house, in the
town of McArthur, in the aforesaid county of Vinton,
TUESDAY, the. mh day of October,
A. D. 1SG7,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. 11. of said dnv, the follow
ing landa and tenemdnts one equal Undivided half
of the following described premises to-wn;
Commencing at the South-west corner of
that part of Out-Lot Number Twenty-five
('25,) In the Town uf Wilkesville, in said
county of Vinton, owned on the 14'b day nf
May, A. D. 1859, by William C. Cline, and
running South-east paralell with the Street
in said Town Fifteen (15) Rods; and thence
South-eaBt Eleven (11) Bods on a . straight
angle with said Street ; thence Fifteen (15)
Rods South-west on a paralell wilh said
Second Street) thenoe North-west to the
place of beginning containing one acrr
more or less together with the Flooring and
Saw Mills and all other appurtenances on
Taken as the properly of William A. Pearce to
satitty a judgment and decree of the aforesaid oouit
in favor of Christoplmr Winkleman.
- Appraised at one thousand six hundred and thirty
three dollars and thirty-three cents and must bring
Terms of sale cash in hand at the time of sale,
JOHN J. 8H0GKEY,
. . WierflVintoBCount), 0.
T. b. Eana, Att'v for Pl'ff. '
September IS. llSI-SwleU '
- Sale of Real Estate
BY ORDER Of VINTON COUNTY PROBATE
William Mark, Administrator of
the Zuiato of Oliver Fuller,
Julia A, Lulibridge, and John
Lil'.ibridgc, her husband,
Richard Fuller, Zelindia
Shields, and John Shields.
her husband, who have ar-1 In Vinton County
: .1 -. e.. . l n . r. . "
rivr i. iuii vgn, iu..nuu i rruuaHi vour,,
ruuer, nancy j. luoore, Har
riet A. Moore, who are mi
nors and resdents of Vinton
county, in the State Ohio,
James Moore, minor, who re
sides in the State of Iowa, Nan
cy M. Kills, and Levi Ellis, her
husband, who aro of full age,
Alma Culbertaon, Melissa Cul
bertson, Jphn P. C'ulbertson,
David H. Culbertaon, and
Charles Culbertson, who are
minors and reside in the State
of Indiana. j
TN pursuance of an order and decree made
X hv the Probate Court of Vinton countv. Ohio,
on the ltlth day of September, A. V. Id07.il will ofiur
loreiur it pniiue auuuuu, on
SATURDAY, thel2thday of October,
A. V. 1867,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises, in
the Town of McArthur, in said Viuton county, the
following described premises, s t iai;a the couuty
or vinton ana Btato oi -n' ro.F'-;
"Commencing one hundred links south of the
south-east corner of In-Lot Number one hundred
and five in the Town of McArthur, in the aforesaid
county; thence west three chains and thirty-fire
links to a stake; thence south eightchains; thence
east inree onains ami tnirty-nve links to a stone;
thence north eight chains to the olace of beginning:.
containing two aoros and sixty eight hundredths
an Here mure ur less.
Appraised at four hundred and fifty dollars and
must bring two thirds of that sum subject to the
dower ii.terest oi Happy Fuller, widow of said dece
dent, of twenty dollars to be paid to said widow each
and every year by the purchaser during her natural
Terms ot Sale One-third cash in hand on the dav
of .ale; oue third m six months; and the residue in
twelve montns train tne day or sale deferred pay
ments to bear interest and to be secured bv mort
gage upon the premises.
Administrator of Estate of Oliver Fuller, deceased.
September 12, 1867-tds
Jeremiah RatcIifT, Plaintiff, In Vinton County
airainHt 1 Pnurt nf ftimmnn
Thomas Kay, Kumuel Ray, and f Pleas.
John Hwiuin, Defendant,. J Vendi.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale in
the above causa to me direoted rrem the Court
ol Common Pleas ot Vinton county, Ohio, I will offer
for sale ai Public Auction, at the door of the Court
Mouse, in tne Town or McArthur, in the county slore-
TUESDAY, tho 29th day of October,
A. U. 1367,
at 1 o'clock p. if. of said dny, tho following lands and
tenements, situate in the couuty of Yintpn, and State
of Ohio, to-wit:
One-Eighth part of. the Bouth-Rast Quarter of
Kecuon i niny-inrce town lima itanga
Forty -one (41) acres Section Thirty-four (31,) Town
Nino (9,) lUnge Nineteen (19.)
Nine (9) acres 8outh-West corner of the South-WeH
quarter of Hoction Thirty-four (34,) Town and Rang"
the same as the other.
Eighty-one (81) acres East hU (E. ) of the North
East Quarter (N. E. Qr.,) of Sectiuu Thirty-Three
(M,) Town and Range the same as the other,
Fertv (40) acres oi the South-West Quarter (S. W.
Qr.,) of the North-West Quarter (N. W . Qr., of Sec
tion Thirty-three (33,) tho Town and Range the same
Levied upon as the cronerty of John Swaim to
sansfv a iudmnent rendered atrainst Thomas Rav.
Samuel Ray, and Johu Swaim by said Court in favor
. t t .
vi iivrvijiiuji iwiuiiii.
Aonrained as follows:
Thetirst described tract of land appraised at sevea-
teen nunurea aouars i9i,ruu.
The second described tract of land appraised at one
hundred dollars I $100 UO.I
The third described tract of land appraised at two
nunareu anu nve uouars izuo uu.
The fourth described tract ol land appraised at nlue
hundred and seventy-two dollars S972 00.1
lie fifth descri bed tract ol land appraised at I
bundred and twenty dollars 8520 Do.
And must brine, two-thirds oi the above sums.
Terms of sale Cash in hand at the time of sale.
JOHN J. SHOCK EY.
Sheriff Viuton County, f bio.
D. B. Bhivel, Att'y for PI'fl.
September 88, 18v.w-20
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
r"PHE Commissioners of Vinton county will meet at
jl tne nnage across cik rora or Kaccoon oreelc,
near ueorge opeea s, in tilt iownsnip, Vinton coun
ty, Ohio, on
dATUitDAT, the 26th Day of October, A'D.
stl o'clock r. u. of said day, and let to the lowest re-
sponsipie oioaer tne building or the
Frame Work of a Covered Bridae
on the Abutments now constructed at said point.
dj uraer oi ine vommissioners.
. W. F. FELTON, Auditor 7. 0.
Ootober 3, 1887-td
WILLIAM LOWERY, whose place of residence is
unknown, ie hereby notified that Mam Ann
Lewrev. did, on the 12th dav of Auaust. A. D. 18P.7.
file her petition in the Offioe of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio, charging tne said William
Lowerywiih having been- willfully alisent from the
said Mary 'Ann Lowery for more than three years
Jirior tnercto, and for that cause praying for a divorce
rom the said William Lowerv; for the care, custody,
and oontrol ol three minor children, and for such
other and further relief as the nature of the case
and equity may require; which petition will be lor
neaxiog at tne next term oi saia conn.
Br Mayo A DuHedway, her Att'ys.
August IS, I8U7-8W
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice oM
tal imoortance to the married of both Hexes, in
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing the undersigned.
uespecuutiy, 4AM,e b. bu tliEK.
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June 20, 1867-6m
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Oonnress H. B. BUWDY.
Stute Senator J. BRADBURY.
Representative A. J. SWAIM.
Common Plsas Judge-.l. P. PLYLEY.
Probate Judge .IOBEPH KALER.
Auditor W. K. FELTON.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Proscuting Attorney-A RCH I BALD KA Y,
Treasurer DAVID FOREMAN.
Clerk of Courts GEORGE LANTkV
Shenft JOHN J. SHOOK EY.
8urveyor-8. C STEINBROOK.
Coroner-WILLIAM D. HKitllNC.
Commissioner-J THOMAb MAGEE,
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Name of Post Office. Township. Post Master
S. D. Eglestea x
I Hope Furnace
J. N. McLaughlH
H. 0. Hardee
J. 0. Will
Post Offices in Vinton County. Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
ON and after January C, 1887, Trains will rua i
NIGHT EXFRE88 IAST
1:00 r.H. 8 00 a. .
10 17 " 7 90 "
188e.ll. 10 40 "
S 17 " 11 '8 A.W.
1 tS 1 14
4 66 1 00
717 " 4 8 " "
7 JO 4 60 '
NIGHT BXPRKSB Wief
8 00 a. a. !0r.s.
8 87 11 80 '
0 40 " 1169"
10 15 " 1 82 "
3 13 C 28
4 36 1 48
le at Hamden with Trains ea eke
Depart Bel pre
rorrtraouvn urmicii. .
Close connections made al Cincinnati with ell
Western Trains; and at Petersburg, with the Bale
more and Ohio Kail Road.
Mater of Transportation
Cblllieothe. 0., Jan. 24, 1887.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy, one year, 1 1 It
One copy, six months, 78
One copy, three months, ' 4e
Fiva sanies, one year, to one Post Office, - . " 0 It
Ten oopies, one year, to one Poet Office, 10 te
bur terms require payment to oe maae itiibtit
'"a failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue et
ib nloMi ol the time subscribed for, will be consid
ered anew engagement; and no paper will be die
coniinued until after all arrearages shall be paid.
Papers are delivered through tbe mall free of post
age within the county, and, also, free to subscribe
living in tho county. - hose postofnee is out ef tba
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.
Ten lines of this type, or the space occupied r
tha aame. make one square.
One square, one insertion, j. ; , l tt
tfiacn auaiMouai luw.tiuu,
ah transient advertising for a shorter period thaa -
three months, cnargca at me aoove raiea.
b inus. o inoa. mua.
V comma, ' o looo:l5oa
V. column,. , tvw nuuu sow
Q column, . WOO WOO 4600 -
rco'.umn, ' 0 00 . 40 00 60 80
Rnair.au cards, from 8 to 10 lines, par annom.
Divorce Noticts, not exceeding 2 lines, (in
advanoe,) .1 . ' .
additional 10 lines. ... '
Attachment Notices, (in advance,)
Admimstrator'e or Executor's Notices, (ia
Q A VBnAIL I
Notices of runaway husbands or wives, doubt
trice, and in advance.
Notices of Deaths, free. Marriage Notice, aeeei4.
mg to the liberality of the parties.
NoiicM in the local column, 1( cents pr Use ff
each insertion. . .
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