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COUNTY OHIO: THURSDAY APRIL 30, 18CS.
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. 1. BOWES, Editor.
Thursday, ." ' April 30, 1868.
Mica-Second Story E. D. Dodge" Building,
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One copy, 1 year, 11.50 1 One copy, 6 mo., $1.00
7 vjne oopv, Imotq 0.75 1 Onecopy,8 uwn., 0.40
One oopy (out free to gcWor-upof Club of Ten.
' ADTEBTISINQ HATES. '
Cne square, 1 woekti.OO-Onesnuaretmo. HW
Yearly advertisement SUM) per column, aud
at proportionate ratos (or less space. ,
For pHESiDisf of win TJnithd Status,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
ubjootto the declxlnn nfthe Democratlq Na
Democratic State Ticket.
, For Bacrotury of State,
Thomas Hubbard, of Logan.
,.,..? j for Supreme Judge, - ' 1
William E. Flack, of Perry.
For Member Board Publlo Work,
Arthur Hughes, of Cuyahoga,
For Bchool Coinmlmloner,
Samuel J. Kirkwood, of Seneca,
For Clerk of Supreme Court,
John M. Weori. ' Mahoning.
The Latest from Michigan.
' The latest Intelligence we have from
Michigan In relation to the recent eleotlon
. In that Si ale, is (hat the New Constitution,
Kith Its Negro voting provision, has been
ieaten 49,000; the Temperano TrohlbU
tion 14,000, arid Biennial Sessions 60,000.
Poo R ads. It is amusing to hear the
Jioor radicals howl, whine and lament
Ter tiro result of the recent elections.
.' Those ef their organ possessing the less
- principle rTavenA'elp that class at
tempt to braoe up the shattered ranks of
th'eir part; by uttering falsehoods to the
effect that their corruption has spread Is
torn' particular locality.' Poor disheert
. toed Jacobin, thy day has about arrovo.
' 6(i Hisas. We hope every Democrat in
the county will take hold nd help circu
late the Enquirer during the campaign.
Let clubs be formed in every town In the
ounty. Now is the time to work and
circulate the documents. See out terms
' in another column.
Meeting of ths Democratic State
There was yestorday quite a full
meeting of the Democratio State
Central Committee. Quite a num-
ber of leading Democrats were in
'Attendance on the meeting of the
Committee. The best feeling pre
voiled, and measures were adopted
. ,. looking to an, effective prosecution
of the campaign. From all parts of
the State encouraging word was
Jbirought for tl Democracy.. Never
have we seen the Democrats bo en
couraged as bow. The great glad
-1 tidings from Chicago gave further
txhilcration to thoir feelings.
; It is: within the power of the
Democrats to carry Ohio at the
, ' October and November elections;
but to do so will require work. The
Committee must have the co-operation
of the Democrats throughout
the State, and it will be necessary
for them in each township to imme
diately ascertain what voters do not
tako and read Democratic papors,
and after bavingdone this adopt
" euch measures as will put into the
bands of every ono who will read it,
regularly and weekly, a Democratic
paper, until election. Preference
' "should bo given to the County and
State Democratio papers. Now is
-the time to do this work. It will
' require bat littlo, time and vory lit-
tie. expenditure of. money., The
Ilopublicans fully appreciate the
' value of tbo liboral distribution of
thoir journals, nnd are doing what
they can to extend the circulation
of theif . party, papers, ". I An eften
. "sive circulation or speechos js ex
. oeedingly . valuable ; but yet thoy
do not do the work so efficiently as
the general and continuous circula
tion of Nowspapors, which usually
. coutain all the speeches of value, as
well as other matter calculated to
cause soflection, and work convio
" tion. , It is tODe hoped that each
"active Democrat wilk take hold of
this matter at once and as greatly
as possible bolp extend the circula
tion of Democratic papers, If they
shall do this mw, Ohio will be com-
plctely redeemed in the fall. Ohio
-Statesman. . .-
Thi Old Giuao ts MATThe eon
lents of the present Issue of The Old
' Guard are ef especial Interest il. "The
' Nature of the Rump Revolution," by the
' Editor. 2. '.Aitorre Hsnfredl" (oontina-
ed). .The two chapters, X. end XI., Cat
gar Borgia aud LK vil,Qenini, ana The
Abduction, are full of pewer. 3, "Dead
' Under the Boes"r-Chapters XL' and lib
, "Wbea tho Heavens Look Troubled Thus
Earth Can't oe long at Peace." 4,ThIne'
Eyee" (poetry) "The Ivy and the Oak"
, (pectry) ."Epigram" (poetry),' "Those
Kyes" (poetry). & "Typee of Mankind"
' , (by Dr. Nan Evrie). The Esquimaux. 6.
- "Sub Boss," a Maiden's Love Story. 7.
'Moral, and Intellectual Charaeteristice
of Savage Eaoea " 8- "Ilorrlble Perse-
eulioh in the South." "Pendleton'e
Plan." 10. "Ii" the Demoorallo Party
Cnltedr' 11. "History . ef the Ttnure
. of Office Bill." U. "Our Beak Table,"
- ekowing a very ehoioe selection of dishes!
and the "Kdltor'e Tsblo" whlok U well
' eastaioad, couplet' one ef the most read
able nnmbere of Tag Otn Udaro yet U
sued." Singlo copies, 26 cents, $3 per
jetr. Vtn Evrie. Horton Co- publish
erit No. 163 Naseua street,, New York- .
on wUk to aid la wcnrlpg a pemo
cratU victory ext fall labor to Increase
' the olroulatioa of the Jtmacratu Eoyurer.
Only $1,50 p year j 75 Mill f U
1'jnoatln; . i ,v ! ' ... :'
[From the Detroit Union.]
THE SONG THEY SING IN MICHIGAN.
Vol a drum was heard nor a funeral note
As his corse to oblivion we hurried,
Not a groan escaped from a Radical throat
When Negro Suffrage wae buried, , -We
bnrled him deep in Michigan soil,.
So deep that they ne'er will uncover him,
Unless some Radicals boring for oil,
By the dearly loved eoent should discover
Hit coffin wa made of a ballot-box, i , .
With white men's ballots we bound htm,
And be looked like a babboon taking his
With Potti and Tribuntt around him'
Few and short were the speeches we made,
And we sung not a doleful Bitty j 1
But bis body and spirit together we laid,
Just out of the White Man's olty, ' ,
And as we were hastily tramping baok,
'Twai said If the d 1 don't lake blm,
He'll quietly sleep in that grave so deep,
'Till the trumpet of Gabriel shall wake
Trie colored animal who writes the slang
for the African Intelligencer, printed In
Jackson, la terribly worried about the
'doggeries," (ae he oalls them,) in that
town. The animal "cuts up" all kinds of
pranks while going past a "doggery." He
stares at everything he sees outside this
hurts hie big eyes ; he thinks he hears
wioked things Inside this seriously In
jures bis very long ears I The animal wae
once thoroughly Initiated' into the "
Oamfut Vitut" Lodge, and the proprietors
of the Saloons abonld stake aa effort to
tame blm or Initiate him into their "Order,"
as he bae been very unruly since he ipeat
eeveral hours la a saloon on the nightor
the Slate election, in 1863, la that town.
The Preachers of! the
Methodist Episcopal church
in Yankeedom had lately a
conference in the city of Bos
ton. Massachusetts. Durino'
r - o
its session, among other things,
the committee on the state of
the country, reported resolu
tions endorsing tho impeach
ment of tne Jrresiuent, eulo
gizing Gen. Grant, Edwin M.
Stanton, and the United States
Senate for their patriotic con
duct. The resolutions were
unanimously adopted, . and
copies were ordered to be for
warded to the bpeaker of, the
House, the President of the
Senate, Grant, Snton, and
Chief Justice Chase.
These scoundrels seem hot
to have done mischief enough
ye. They: are par of, the
gang of Satan's imps who was
the cause of the rebellion, and
they are now trying to fore
Jhe county in another rebell
'on. They have no more re
ligion than a . set of hound
Wi dropped into Billinghursl's Photo-
graphio Qallory, the other day, and were
pleased to see the beautiful clotures
"Prang's American Chromos"--whioh he
has for sale. The Chromos are auimile
copies of Oil and Water Color Paintings
by the test masters really artistic oopier.
and, in most oases, equal to lbs Originals.
Our realers should by all means go and
see these fine pictures, and learn the low
prices, " 7 ', ' , ,
Tabusrs, mechanios, . and others, need.
Ing any thing In the hardware line, will
find the popular and extensive hardware
hardware establishment of QUI ft Rich
mond the place to get it. There ie noth
ing in the hardware line but can be got
at this establishment, and at reasonable
prices. They bny all their stock from the
manufacturers, and not from the second
parties, and nonseqiently : eaa afford to
sell at prises accordingly. Remember
that It la said that "The Proof of the
Podding Is la the," &o. Ton nudei stand
just what we mean, reader I Oe to Gill &
Rlohttend'i for ihe best Hard Fare, at the
lowest 1 guree '.. , ;; '., ,.,
Whim at Jaeksea last week we called
at the Drug establishment of Dr. J. t.
Monahaaraa4 were presented by the Dr.
with a bottle ef "Sludge's American
Sherry, or Rhubarb Wine," which le far
preferable to Port or any other vine for
medicinal purposes, on aooount ; of lie
laxalivenessS For constipation, Indiges
tion, general debility, elo, there it ao
medicine that has snob a powerful yet
mild effeot at this wine. .We unhesita
tingly pronounce it real pure wine.
having great power or quality as a taedl
sine, as It is only Intended for that pur
pose. We feel better alrtady from its
use, and honestly believe a few more
packages would thoroughly regenerate ue.
The Dr., we believe, is the only Agent for
it In Southern Ohio. He hi a, without
doubt, one of the best Drug establishments
in Bout aero Uhlo. where everything tn
that line can be had at olty figures. W hen
any of our readers happen to visit Jaok
son, they should give the Dr. a oalL .
' i HOli '
Wi are pleased to notion the Improve.
msnt just mad la the family drcury,
Confectionery, and Provision Store , of
a. W. Pearoe, la thi town. He has fitted
np, In splendid style, two rooms, and has
gone to the oily to parohese a fine lot of
Groceries, Cenfeottoa eries, Toys, Notions,
and thousands of other . things usually
kept 1. an slabUluaeat Of tbifl kind.
ao a&4 m Ku;-.,:,-Av"r":.'.': i c'
Our Shorter Catechism.
What is the chief end of man T
To love his country, his kind, and
to vote the Democratio ticket.
What is the chiof end of the
Radical party? The black end.
Who was the first man ? Adam. ,
Who was the first Radical T . The
devil. ' ', '
Who was the meekest .man?
Moses. (: . r . " '
Who was the meanest man?
Who was the most patient man?
Job. ' '
Who Imitate him ? The white
people of the South.
With what did David slay Goliah?
A sling. ..
What Is slewing our Rump Con
gressmen? Their slings.
Who kept back a part of what
belongod to others ? Annanias and
Sappnira.'. , ;.'. r,.- ...
Who kept back all ? Army con
tractors of the shoddy kind. !
Who stole the golden spoons? Ben.
Butler solah ?
Who loved Una's wife because
she was white and pretty? David.
: Who loved Dinah Brown because
she was black and ugly ? Thad
Who were struck dead by telling
lies? Annanias and his wife.
Who are in danger of a similar
ical editors, generally. " '
' With what were the multitude
fed at the sea of Galilee? With
Radicals principle selah I
What are Radical principles?
They consist of fire loaves and two
fishes. . -
Who permitted' innocent blood to
be shed? Pontius Pilate.
Who did' likewise ? Stanton,
Bingham and Holt. , -
Who crucified the Savior of the
world?. The Jews.
Who crucified civil liberty? The
Who were destroyed for their
wicked practices ? The antediluvi
ans. Who deserve the same fate ? The
Jacobin leadors of the Radical party.
Who destroyed tho temple at
Jernsalom ? Nebusaradon.
Who destroyed tho temple of fre
dom at Washington ? The Radicals.
Who repaired the temple at Je
rusalem ? Cyrus, the Persian, i
Who repair the temple of
freedom at Washington? The Dem
ocratic Party. ;
Why did Rachel mourn for her
first born? Because her affections
were centered In tho child. ' ', ,.
' Why do Radicals love the negroes?
Bocauso Radical instincts and negro
outstinks harmonize. '
Who was cast in the den of lions?
Who ought to "follow suit?: The
party who broke up the Union;
Who sucked a wolf? Eomilus
fflio sucked the life-blood of this
Nation? Radical vain pyros.
what did Romulus and Renins
found? The seven hilled city of
what did tbeRadicalpartyfoond?
A military despotism selah I
What word did the Jacobins of
France use to cover up their revo
utionary designs ? Liberty.
What word do the Jacobins of
America use to deceive the people
and to conceal their wicked practi
ces? Loyalty. '
; What became of tjie French Ja
cobins? They exDiated their crimes
on the scaffold and on the block.
What will become of the Ameri
can Jacobins ! They will be sent to
Dry Tortugas. ;
why was Noah chosen commander
of the ark! .Because ho was a
The Copperhead, Pella,
Upward and Onward!
TTe continue each week to send
abroad a large extra edition of the
Digest to true, working, live active
Domocrats in' nearly all the States,
asking from all whose hands it shall
fall a favorable consideration of its
merits and power as a campaigner
in these perilous times I ( - - ,
We enter the great campaign ol
68 which is to determine tne late ot
this country, prepared to throw hot
shot, canister, grape, and confusion
into the ranks of the Bobber and
Piratical party. . . .
To defend . the people against
8.x: ':.:,- "1JXS-. !
To detend tne constitution i j
To uphold a government of Bight,
and to war on a government of I
wrong, usurpation and oppression !
To war on Black 'Abolitionism
and every other ism which rises in
the land and in opposition to Dem
ocracy and Justice I .;
Vf wurt tne constitution, state
sovereignty,' and popular Liberty I
Down with the Rump Congress,
Dictators, Military governments,
usurpation and oppression i ;
IS ow. or never, , democrats 1 1
Campaign Digest... ; ,
A i.gADino Radical rjohtician in
Georgetown, Brown county, O.,
recently declared that. - "although
he did not think the negro would
make a very-good elector, yet under
the circumstances he wonld "grease"
him right well, pin. his ears back,
and swollaw him." A few nights
since a lot of darkies made a raid
on his smoke-house, and stole his
years' store' of meat. - Doubtless
they intend to "grease up, prepara
tory to being swallowed. ; T
" Sonoot Booisy lower than iever a
Whit Tu5xEts. iVe are inform
ed by Senator Golden, that the
proposition ti have no visible marks
to distinguisbouetickct from another
has become a law. The radicals
fought the proposition desperately,
but all to no Klt'oct. Men can now
vote thoir ova sentiments, instead
of those of their employers, and
none to molck or make them afraid.
Every ticket! having any devise by
whicn one ticket externally can be
distinguished! from that of another,
is to be count d as a fraudulent vote.
Grave-yarc) institutions upon the
back of Radical tickets are played
out, men in future will not be driven
to tho polls utidor the lash of party
. Tii On erdonk Cask. TTe
leaned from Mnator Golden while
here the true basis of the proceed
ings by -wbkk" iv Onderdonk was
admitted to his neat. It is in short
as follows : Tie Senate when acting
as a Court to try cases ot contested
elections are in every sense or tne
word a Court whose jurisdiction is
co-ordinate with, if not superior to
tho Supreme Court and that the
Senate were not bound by any de
cision they may have made, but at
the same time if the same parties
were sitting upon the bench of an
inferior court they would feel bound.
by the rulings and decisions of the
FANCY Soap, Perfumery, Flavoring Extracts,
Tooth Brushes, Violins Strings,
Tooth Brushes, Violins Strings, Spectacles, etc., at Strong's.
Lovsof admjralloa 1 on of the strong
lit desire of kaman nature.- Especially
Is this true ef the ladies, and especially
are we guilty of the most intense admira
tion for a beautiful woman- But beauty
doea not alone eoeslst in a pretty face. It
ha charm la th perfect form, th lovely
hand, the bright eye, and espsotally in the
glorious hair. Show us a man with soul
so dead that the magnifloently lustrons
tresses ef woman do not excite admira
tion, and we will show yon a being totally
Incapable of appreciating the good, the
beautiful and the true. "Barrett's Veg
etable Hair Restorative" is universally
acknowledged thetnfy preparation whioh
0ntain 'the properties of a perfeet Re
storative and delightful dressing. Its
merit are tatMT the battle, not on the
wrapper. v - i ' . , ... '
Cap, Letter, Noll and Bill paper ; White
and Buff Knveloper, Pens, Pencils, Erasers,
eot., cot., at Birong's.' V . "
' Too . 'AttSNTioji, Ri.inis. 1 "New
Spring Qooda lust received - at ' JR,
Will's I" is an aoaouneeineut we venture
to say that will cause 4 sensation among
the ladies of Vinton County, for the rea
son that J. K. Will i noted for his long
experieno . and good taste in aeleoting
goods ef the most beautiful and attractive
stylos, He is now In the eity purchasing
a full assortment of all that ray be
wanted la this market, and which will be
sold lower than the lowest
Fos Ayer's Medicine, call at Sision's
School Book for sale at Sisson'i at
Blank. We hare just printed a lot
of Blanke (or Justices of the Peace Sum
monsei, Subpoenas, Executions, fca.j and,
also, all kinds of Blank Deed. All for
sale at the lowest rate. .
Blase Book ai Strong'.
Tat large and variegated assorlmsnt of
Ooods now reoelred at the well known
House of E. D. Dodge oaa not fail to iuU
the many customer in all particulars
especially in price. ' Give his House a
call before- going elsewhere and examine
the grand new style of Spring good. -
Wall paper at Strong's Drug Store. -Go
to J. A. Feltoa' for the beet Family
Flour, manufactured at the water mill. '
Ceil roa NxunALorA. Ladies will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is the only
sure euro for Neoralia, and Nerve Aohe.
For eale at Sisson's Drug 8iare.
In MoArthnr. en Bundav eTenine. Anrll
of John J. and Adeline Sltockey, aged 11 yearn,
4 months, and 7 day.
Hattle wae one of those gentle and amiable
spirits, whom to know, Is to love. She was
gifted with more than ordinary Intellectual
capacity, and had, by dllllgent and persever
ing study, reached a high degree of culture,
for one so young. Berllloees was not long,
but stubbornly refused; to yield to medical
skill. Her departure ha left a great vacancy
in the family and soetal circle; vacancy
wqlch no earthly object can All. But she bos
Gone from this changeful scene of sin, and
woe, and care,
Where brightest blua la oftenest followed by
Gone where no April day diversify the
But where the cloudlet 'flowery Spring forev
Axotbxb 8aow CokiiqI We learn that
another Show will loon visit our (own ;
but whether it will be better than the
one that ha organised and departed we
are unable to lay. However, we are hap-,
py to Inform the people everywhere that
that should first visit the memmouth Dry
Quod House of Will & Co., of Zaleskl,
and purchase a select sisorlment of th
very litest and most beautiful style ot
every description of Good tor thi sea
son of th year. Then you will be ready
for the 8how. When you visit . their
store, they will slow all their good free-
no eharg for admittance. That "prlaoe
of good fellows," Watt Hoilam, Is man
ager of ftalBMl!,; ;
For Pure Drug and Medicines, go to
Sisson't Drug 8tore. .
. All the approved Patent Medicine at
SALS OF REAL ESTATE,
Order of ti Probate Court ef Via tea
Vow HorThlne, Kxeeutorof Mate
- of William HofTulnee, decerned,
Marv Hoffliiuen. of the Oonntr of I In
V in ton, and Ht of Ohio, David I Probate
j-ioifiiines, vno resiuea la tne I or
Htateofllunoln.OeoiueHoa'hlnee. r Vinton
Henry Hottulues, kelson HulT-l County,
iiiiica, biiu ivy siiAiui, iJiusrinitr- 1 V1U0.
riea wun iwnnoni tiixon, 01 ute
eonnty .of Vinton, and etate el
In Doronfinfle of an OraW of tlm VmnU
Court of V mum county , Ohio, I will oiler for
ule at public auction, ou the jrcniiMit, lt tu
Thursday, the 28th Day of May, A.
, . , , : D. 18GC
aUhe hour of I o'clock A. K.. of iwld day, the
oijowiDK aewnntMi xteai rutie, eituiue in
the county of Vinton, and Btate of Uhlo, to-
Bnlne that nart lvlnff went of (tie Rail Ttnail
of the Enut half of the North-eost quarter of
omuuu iiuiiiuvr rwiir luvrilNiiip numoer
Tun 110,) liunge Number tieventueu (17,) con
taining Forty acree more or lufseulifuct to
the right of way arrotw wild tract In what 1
known a the Scioto A Hocking Valley Kail
Appraised at On Thousand Threo Hnndred
and Twonty Dollars, and must bring tvro
thlttlsof that sum.
terms or SALE:
One-third nonh In hand on the dav of anlet
one-third In one year; and one-third in two
years, from the day of mile- with interest: the
payments to be secured by mortgage upon toe
Executor of Ketnte William Hoffhlnce, doe'd.
. April ou, looa-tua
State of Ohio Vinton County:
Jeremiah Ratclifl, PUinliS, . J In Court of Coir
aint f mon Plea.
Thorn M Ray .Samuel Ray, ' I Vendi Order
and Jena Hwaim. Defendant!. I of Sale.
Purauant to the comnMud ot a Vendi Order ef
Sale in ibo.e fiaiiM iaeued from the Court of
common fleas or vlDton County, and stale ef
Ohio, and to aie directed as Sheriff of said coun
ty, I will offer lor sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court House. In the Town of Mo
Arthur, In the eonnty aforesaid, on
Tuesday the 2d day of June, A. D.
t the hour of 1 o'clock t. n. ol Mid day, the
following described linds and teneineute, Mtua
te la Vinton county, In the btate ol Ohio, to
One-eight part of iheSonth EaH Quarter (A. E .
Or ) of Section Thirty-three (M,) Town Nine (,)
rumge KineteeuilD.J . . - .
Forty-one Acres, Sedlon Thirty-four 134,) Town
Nine (.) Kaage Nlmteen (19.) '
Nine Acres South We.-t corner of the South
West Quarter ef Section Thirty-four (34,) Tin
aud iUiiga aatne aa the other. .
Eighty one Acres, Ea lialf (E. K) of 'he Norih
Ert Qmrier (N. S. Qr.) of Section Thirty-three
lJir town anu nange same as tne otlwr.
Forty Acruaef theSouth West Quarter (. W. Qrr.)
of the North West Quarter (N, W. Qr.) of Section
i niny-inree t own aoa lungs (lie sann
Taken as the preperty of John Owaim to
a venui kioouuqii issiiea iroqi aiordeaia
Uiurtm favor or Jeremiah Ritalin.
Appisifed at one thoiwsnd iht hundred del
lam. aod m'ltit brina two-third of thiii sum.
1 o be sold nubjwit to the lowar Estate or Amy
owniio, wiauw 01 .unn owaim. aeoeaseo.
Teruu of Sale : Cath in hnnd at time of sale.
JOHN J. SHOCK ET.
Sheriff Vinton County, Ohio
D. B. Shlvel, Att'y for i'l tf.
April 8u, tw 20
SPECIAL VASTER WlODSSIOirEa'S SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
' Charles Brown, Plaintiff; ) la Court of
Sanford B liowen et. aL, Derts. ) ' plea.
- i uiiuaie or balk t
Punmant to the command of an Order nf
sale in tne atxve cause uwuea rrom the Court
olComnion Pleee of Vinton county, nnd the
State of Ohio, and to me directed as Sheriff of
snid county, and acting as a B)eclal Master
Commissioner in this case, I will offer for
sale at puuiio auction, ai me uoor ot tne Court
House. In the Town of McArthur, in the coun
ty, aud UUtte, aforesaid, on
Tuesday, the 2d Day of June, A. D.
V . ., 18G8, :. '
at tho hour of 1 o'clock p. w. of sold the tbl
lowing described lnndd and tenement, situate
In the County of Vinton, in the Btate of Ohio,
to-wlt: - f
The East half of the Korth-east Quarter, and
the South west Quarter of the North-east
Quarter, end the Kant half of the South-east
Quarter, and the North-west Quarter of the
South-east Quarter of Boction Number Thir
teen (See. 18,) Township Number Eleven
(Town. 11,) Hunge Number Seventeen (Itange
ALSO, The Son th-west Qnnrter of Sect ion
Number Thirty-four (!,) In Township Num
ber Ten (10.) Range Number Bixteen (1.)
ALSO, Fifty-four Acres In the North-west
Quarter of Section Number Thirty-four (84. )
Township Number Ten (10.) Range Number
Sixteen (II),) the said fifty-four acres being
particularly described aa follows: Boglnnig
at the N. w. corner of said Section Thlrty
(tmr. thence South to the Sonth-weat come
of said N. W. Qudrter of seld Section Numlwr
Thtrt v-four; thence East to the East bank of a
small' Rnn; thence in a North-easterly direc
tion In ft straight line to a Beecb Tree, on the
Bank of Raccoon Creek; thence to the middle i
of said Creek, and theme duwrt tlic middle of
the Creek to the Eet line of said Quarter
Section; theneo to the North Rank of said
Creek; thence up, the North bank of said
Creek to the plncj of beginning.
' Taken on an Order and Decree as the prop
erty of Sanford K. Bowen to satisfy an Order
and becree o( the aforceald Court la favor of
Churlee Brown. .
Appraised at Nine Thousand wine Hnndred
and ElghtyelKht Dollar (J,H88.00,) and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
Tcnita or SALat CaMh In hand at tho time
of sale, . . ,
' JUHN J. BltOtJKCr,
. P.herlir Vinton Countv. Ohio.
And acting as Special Master Commissioner
M.L.raarkjAtfyforPl'fC ' - I
April 80, 18l!8-6w-ia
OOK AGENTS WANTED : ,
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DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE. Th ontv edi
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rn Address ZEIULEB. McURDY CO.. M
ti ruiuio Kf.
State Ohio, Vinton County.
jaraes W. Delay, Plaintiff, ) Vln'on eonnty
aaralnst Veoar. aommum
Samuel V. Dodge et at. Derta J pleas.
uraer ana uecree.
IN pnrsuance of the oommand of an . order ot
sale in tha above cause from the court f com
mon pleas f said county of Vinton, and State of
Uhlo, and to m dlreeled Sheriff of said county,
1 will oner for sale at bublie aaction. ai tha door
of th Court House, In the Towo ol McArthur, in
said county and state, on
Tuesday, the 26th day of May, A.
: v. low, ..
at the hour ef 1 o'clock r. . ef said da v. Uielhl-
lowinsdtsoribed real estate, situate la theaountyl
of vinwn, ami oiaie 01 umo, lo-wrc;
A part of Out-lot Number Fourteen TNo. 14, in
the Town of McArthur, Vinton county. Ohio,
eommencin- on the South Line Of said Onl-Lot.
at the centre of said Out.J.oti thanee running
West along the South Lin of said Out-Lot ana
the orth Line ol norin bireet until It comfta op.
nosile the Bast Line of the Alter renninc North
sad Bonth and dividing ln-Iots Number dixand
Seven (N'os. S and 7;) llirnce Nort'j lo the
North Line of said Out-Lot; thenc F.t to the
centre of said Ont-Lot; thence South to the plane
of beginning slao to Include one-half of the
Land which would be ineludad by an extension
of said Alley the entire width of said Onl-Lot,
the same, however, to be free fbr pasinge or
right of way lo the occupant of the primiee on
lha West side ef the Line ot said Allevi baior. id
all, One Acre and a Hall 4iore or lea.
Appraised si One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Biitv-aiz Dollar (ltt,CO) and must bring two
Ihirds ol that sum.
To be sold as the property of Samuel V. Dedse
lo satisfy an Order and Decree of the
aforesaid eourt in fcror cf James Wl Daisy.
t erm Ol Dai vmmu m nana at in lime OTSaie.
JOHN J. BROCKET,
Bherfl Vinton count), O.
i. . McDewell, Att'y for Plainliff. 7
April n, 18tut-dw-l . . ; -
gRERIPP'S 8 ALB.
State of Ohio, TuUon County. ! ' . '
ChrbtopherWinkIeman,Plauitul, Court Com-.
against inn rivr-
Wilham A. Paarc and .1 Ordr I . j
Samuel V. Dode, Dfndants. ) Deor
Pursnant to th command of an ord 'j a
cree Issued from the coartof Oeai-.,;. p.JJJ "T,
Vinton county. andState of 0'AkC in,
directed Shend I of said ce-j wi2 .fforfor
sale at pnb le auction, at Jh aoorof th- Collr(
House, in the town of .o Arthur, in th county
aforesaid, on - , , .
Monday, theM day oJKity, A. L.
at th lmr oM o'clock V. ft. Of Maid da, tha l.
lowing desoribreV land and teoenieuta jM
UHl QMiarn nail VI wiv ivm.ng aeefjbee)
Commencing t ft Soo'.h-weit sorrier of that
partofOut-Lot Number Twen'.v.grt . the
"LlSlall"!' ,n 'Vid cty VVinto
owned Oh th lit J 4,, M A U'1K( by w .
ilamC. UiDe.and mnning Sooth-east parallel
with the .met m said Town FiAwn (1&) Rods;
end tT.enoe tiooth-taat Eleven (11) Bodt oa a
'"i-aiht angle with said street; thenc Fifteen
1101 Kooebouin-weai oa a eara 11 wiui anio
Mcond Stteet; then North west te the piaoe of
oeginmng conrainiog oae acre mere or ieae-
to;etbr with tb Flouring and Saw Wills and all
other appurtenances on said land).
- Taken aa th property ef William A. Petrce to
aatialy a Msment sad deure of the albreaaid
court ia favor of Christopher Wlukleinaa- 1
Appraised at on thonatnd On hundred and
fifteen dollars and muat bring two-thirds et that
Turns of sal oa.h in ntid at th time of sale.'
JOHN J.SHOCKKY. ' ..
J . . '. . Viulon eunly,'
D. 8. Dane. Att'v tor tVa
AprU 1. ltHWiw-U ,. .. H-f vifi-ft"-4
ex-. v-I .?-?:'.,, ii'-t, a'f'.L
a. w. ci-ixii . w.nioit..
XTXiXjOUC &c BBO,
Will pay the highest market price InCaah for
11 kiuda U
. , Bring oo your
BUTTER, ' -t .' . -
. CHICKENS, . - '
. DRIED APPLES,
BE A3 3,
7 LAX' SEED,"
RAGS, : -. ' ;
Or any other article you may have to dispose oft
We also hat a fresh and compla stock of
r. - i ,-, -
Give us a enlt and see for yourselves, t th
Room formerly occupied by Itlchman a a
Clothing Store. .
t. . CLI.OM A BRO.
ARTHUR MABBIS W0BIB.
Hf gi leaVe tc Inform the ciilseni of Vinton end
adjoiningcountie that he prepared to turuiak
thm with ,
' J BUREAU TOPS,
-. . - ' TABlE T0PP, AO.
ThsLsUituatust Aporeved Style
All Work neatly ana' promptly icntd.
All my prices are moeh rowr.rVrli'n those of
other shops. Persona about p'urcTi'asing are In
vited tea careful inspection uf tuy stock and
Bhop la Ualoas's Building, ea Mala Street.
TO BRIDGE ittJILDEBS,
The OornWi laatfrti prs of Vhrton Connty , Ohio,
vriti meet at the Bridge acrow the
MIDDLE FORK OF SALT
, - . .. , - r- CREEK,'; - !.-,. --
,. - . : -i t'"
near AUeSnVu'lo, in Vinton county, Ohio, on
, Fridaij, the 9th day of May, 18C8,
attnehonrofloVlockP.5r.rtf salr1,and sell
to the lowest reaponxlble bidder,- the building
Covered Bridge xcith Stone Abutments
am isssaMtreek. '
Plan and SpeclhViMlons for said Bridge
made known at the Bridge on the day of sale.
By Order of the Com mlwiloni"rs:
Plan and SpeclnViMlons for said Bridge
W. F. FELTON.
. Auditor Vinton Co.
April IS, lWS-tdi
' Th Plrkle A V.v.m nui Wi.in l.
tho only Company rn the tmie who will 're
turn the Durchuao money IX th machine i
J. The Mnkle 4 Lyon Hewing "Machine Is
tlieOnl.V llM-kwilllrli ihlPiM lli.lluull.iinn.
die "eelfetunj, that the ttocdle eanntt bo
net wrong. 7 -
8. Theftnkle Lyon ScwUiji Machine Is
the only etrHltOrt-eieodle machine that ha a
poelUv "take up," requiring no eliange of
tensin a n running flom one kind of good tu
. The Finklo Lyon Sewing Machine has
the only "aliutilo-conier" tliat overoomee all
yiciion 01 snuuie, anu protucu tho thread
trombll fn tin- shuttle race. '
a. The Kinkhj Lynn Hewlnj) Machine is
(lift milw futlliltf munliln. ta. ..1 .U...
will new linen tlirea4 with the DaclUty that it
e. Our a tm b appoint a local atrevit In every
town, through whom all orders uiua oome.
- )( , No. 687 Broadway, New York.
1 "' J. f. Bowex, Agent, roArthur.
JJRTAN'S I;.7'",; ;.'.'';'
L I T E : I N V 1 0 0 R A T 0 E ,'
Or Rejuresiftting Elixir
prformlng h. duhei of 15: and ,Beur.SS
from a mnrhlH m.rfln. - .i.r.W 11
Bladder, and resuiu I. nervoq. Viffii
organic debility. , , r"""""" a
1 have ns-d this remedy in ,.
tlcewilh unvarying sueeei' f0fym?".ntJL ET6,
sm therefore induced to Jr .TtLVSZiJ
fee inc eoiuhUni li. - '. mnited.
l, i. .H.. 7j .V. '" win Deapniwcniieil.
Oran It aim. -deransemeBtsMthe (.binary
n, r fhnHaiMra and Hives
, LIFE, HEALTH AND BTREMOril
"JS, it Wlow wy direotioos. It
w i.inwra iminiui VOWHI.J, rmpoie-
V1.WA alt Weakma arising from Ksoexse or
f.xdhfnt Isdixeretiui, reeultmgi
" , ... .i wn , ivinviini;,
llnplaul Dreams, . Oeaaral Laentnde,
WeakNenes, Diranexs of Vision,
Heartache. ' Fushmg of the Skiu,
whlok, n Mgleeted, will ass uredlv lead oa to
INSAKITX OR COiSiUMPTION. s
When the tyxvsn ia oooe affected It' will net
recover without help, lirnnst be -i
1NVIQOSATED AND STRENGTHENED
lo eviable th sufferer to ftilBll the ihities of Life.
"olt by Principal Drnggiats Keerrwhere. A
JM-rrle 11 per boll lei aix Vitlre lor fa.
itant by Eipreu, on receipt oi Ihe money, br
BR. J. BaTAHi SS Beit 13li 8tSv Tork.
: PrlTate sironlara seat free; enclose ttun.
. April SS, IWH-ly . '
YTALTJABLE EAKM FOR SALE-
The undprslgned, desiring to retire from the
more active duties of life, nnVm for le hi
valuable farm, silaute two en Hi north of the
Marletla ACIixlnuati Raitmad. in Harriton ,
Townslilp Viulon enuritv, iblo, on the Stale
Road leading from Chllllrothe to AtlM'ittt,uBd
abontll niileHt from Cbilllcoihe, & rrom
londonilery Station and 4 fnm iVtvavlliu
Stutlou.coutniulug.iixlauieH iilHjut as) juti
under cultlvaiion, 60 ai'.n-n In mi'alow,enci ifti
arwi of bettoin land; two w-mfortible dwel
ling hnutes; loathns healthful; koh1 min
and stblc two nice. orvhards the bent of tim
ber and water. The farm am be divided Inio
two parts: will be sold iu H'lit-niti: pnru or lo
gether. A email fnmi, op western Inn.xla.r
towoproiMH-ly. can bo taken In esjhaj)ge.
For rxll'timlarx. cmII on or a,libf-Hx
'" J. Vt . Bt'WF.V, McArthuf, O
11 ' Or A. O. ELUOlT.ontliepreniiaea
0'rl i ''' -1 U -i.ttt .' i .:,n