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VOL. 5.
f J. W. BOW 1
I Publlalior and Proprietor, J
M'ARTHUR; VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1871,
NO. 41.
( . .. In Advance.
ii ' MsWitf umtuusWui tmt im i''liW'Msui
Ql)t (Enquirer.
J7 W. EOWEfli Editor,
M'Arthur, October 18, '71.
Terms of Subscription.
On? copy, ant y4or,.,..$l BO I Oho copy, 8 mos.,$t Oft
One tnpjr, 6 months 7S Ono copy, 4 moa.. 60
t f not pal'l within tho your 8 Oft
blubs of Twenty.. i ...fJOOO
, The flumnerntlo ffi?iirnr cimtlslcs FI'.KK OK
POSTAQK within the limit or Vltitim County.
I failure to niitlfy illsronllnnaiira nt the enrt uf tho
' to siilnuitVd fur, will bo tiikun im n now ungaginnont
iuhHcrl)il.i.
Advertising Rates.
, 1tir-Tlifspw.i occupied by lohncsof tills (Notipnrfll
thenhnll oontitiin a sipiaro,
i-O J square, ona wuok 81 00 Ono square, 8 wnk 52 00
S. th aiMitlonal (nserlloti Insertion. CO
All mltertlsln? for a (.horler period thau thruo
in intlis, charged at the nbore retet.
Legal Artvertln'monie SI (HI- ft snnnra for flr."t
usr-rllon; end 50 ceuli per snflnre- lor cl adibtloi!
inwrs-t'"'. . , .. . ... , '
H iiiov 0 tool, 12 en,
f 8 (10 S .ft 00 t H 00
ft oo Tim in oo
T 01 0 00 12 00
0 00 11 00 1ft on
lo no in oo ?o oo
I t 00 2'' 00 SI 00
lij oo ST 00 41 on
8)00 .41 1)0 bOOO
?;ie squire,
IVit squ
iliren squares,
'our sqnirsa,
Six aqua' es,
'1 cnhitn.i,
;-j column,
(in., nitliinm.
linslii Carls, not oxoonlins 0 llm.ii, ?n por year.
All hlile iluii on lrr. IntiTtmn of lulverllMiiiviit,
Utile with refulHr R'lvorllsoiii to he pnld i)imrlorv.
KiKlnpis Notices ID opit k Hm1 Mititlnco Null-jo-e(!nor;linp;
to ihelllpernllty of tho piirtlcx, Uosth
Notlr.l' fino.
NoticM of HunHwey Sitt or Iluthanili doublo
Yearly a-lvoptlei-re onllMcil l (n irt.'r!y ehnneee,
Atlvortlsfiiienin not otliprwlsc Orilftiul, will hi' con-
M nii'il until urilcred (licoiitlnuol,iinil cliuigoil ucconl-
t:iily.
HIIl'Ioiii aivl Chsrllatlo No:lce five.
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE.
6a Biici aftor Junt 23. 1Q71, Trains will
run na fol lows:
EH
to
N
-'is::::::
.-3 ' ?- a.
113 ! J
I
vj v. i' ' '' i "r w ?5 vi ' s - m -
to
fa
a.
jjSj'S r is"' u : k
a
i o
"-a-s cr.ro r " - t rr ft -c o
jr-Is.ii?-ri'S - t w-r- o o .6 3wi
to l" t ?i c i - i w r v
Cf)
-1
a
o
t" i" 'z ro t. x o n ' -1-1 rf r t
5 :' o h ? - 7 ei 9k ni so eg f 'jiQ too
112 Ml! 3 lllllll!! !!!!!
yy Ui o "f i 1 1 t's N i :t r"5 :5 r ?5 5 irj
! ! : ! ! :
riNiUNNATI KXPItM-'H will rim lully.
yvilolherTMliiH cliilly. cxoimiI. rliuulii.v.
t;r:T;iN; t i l icxf'iiiiss kasj miikes uo
fop helWKHU Hiinnli'U nii.l AtlirliH.
Portsmouth Branch.
flnU. Ai
,1 I'l 1". II.
4 in "
iVV, "
It. 1ft A. M.
llllS "
l i 1 j V. M.
icommcJdtlnn.
11:00 A. M.
7.1W "
10..M) "
l'J'ilH r. M,
4-.0H "
0.2i) "
Jrpp. HamiJnn
Jituki"ii
Ar'r. Portsmonlh
Jinn. I'oriHirl'.litll
Arv. Jack-mil
lliiuuloil
Tvaiua Couaoot at Lovcland
For all pnlubt on Hi 1,11-tln Mliiml Hallmuil, noil
nt til" IntHnnnrM'He l:lni'lmmll K,iilruU Junc
tion lor nil jioiiiU Wmt.
Vf. Wi TI?,110riY,
Winter of Trantporlation.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On nn.l filter MOM lA Y, iluy Wth. IH71, Kx
pros Trillin will mtiVB t'(n,UMlUS find
UIKSI'MNE imil AKiiivu lit iJolnft niinioil be
low, n follows t
Stations.
Col n otims
t'restllne
( lnvulaiiM
llnfl'iilo
KiKcivraKftlla.,
Itoi'bostor. . . . .
.Alhmiy
Iloston . .
New York (.Mrv
Nr.. 2.'
IlilOnm
p in
.: i m
HI :80 pm
..7:00 ii m
. ,l::)0iim
..ff:'lftarrt
..ft:20pnt
. :H0nn
. 12 I'i p in
. . BDftp m
. . 7 1ft It in
.10 luiil
. . I 10 p Hi
. II 1ft it m
No. 4.
4il0 p m
Oiii fin
9 :4T p III
4 :10 p HI
(1 :4ft (I 111
7:05 a III
2:00 pm
11:90pm
:0p m
li 85 111"
1 Sft ii ni
11 lift a m
2 4 p m
!H p nt
JT I" MH
JiSit in
1 1ft n ni
No. n.
2:35 am
4 :MI a 111
7:!IOlllll
2:00 pin
4:40 pin
6:0ft pin
!::)() it ill
1 1 :(KI n in
:4(Um
"fi":n a m
8 4ft p ill
2 10 a m
tf.'ruHtinTo
JHltuhiiri?
Jl'irilibiirff ...
M iltlmoro
Wenhington ..
l'lillu'li-rphlit .
freetiTnti . . . .
Fort W'nynn ..
Chicago
7 00 am
.11 "i i in
. f IW o m
. .12 10 p m
S 55 H ni
II S.' am
7 !f0 n in
(100 m
jj5yNo. 4, liivliift roliimbim lit 4:10 p. III.
Iifi'h aTlirongh Uiirvlu Doluwnro forSprlnirilfclil,
reaehlmrHprlU'Rlli'ld wltliniitc.liiiiipteit7:J0pni.
Train No. on the OolnmbiiN Ilocktn vitl.
lev KnllroA.lnoiiiiectwItli No. -ITruln. TliroiiRli
Tlkole for enle nt Athene.
PAfWEN'CEU Tll.vrS'S letttrnlllt! nrrlve ftt
Col n in bin at I2:nila ni. 11:1ft a. m, uml 9 .50 a. m.
fiiSTPalaca Bay and Sleeping Cars
On All Trnlne.
YV5 "NoO"leivliiColiinihim-Ht 2:!iri n ni.on
rliiii'liiy, nine throngli without ilotentlon, bv
both Krlo untl New York (Juntrnl Itnllwnye,
urrlvliiK ut Now York on Monday morning nt
0:40 A.M. '
Kor portlenliir Information In rosritnl to
tlirotiRli tlckote. time, rnprreel.lnnH, eti-., to all
point Hunt. VV ft. North and Mnntli, apply to
uVluhlitMi FOH.D.nolmrrlnm,Crtilo.
K,H. FLINT. fJon.Siiiierlntenaeiitv
JAMEH VATTKUHON, -(Ion.
Agent, Columbus, 0.
Ixr.rsrfl toi:i,
jnpii!;i'' Ajrenl , f'iitumlni. (V
Indianapolis Railway. Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
. .' Throneh Car
From COLUMBUS (via At.hons) to PORTStiOniH
Over tho. Columbui & Hooking Valley and
Marli'.ta & Olunlnnall Ball Roa la.
Qolag East.
Going Weal
No. 1.
No.n
No. 21 No. 4
t.KAVR.
Coliinilm'. . .
flrovoiort,..
A H.
IV
.
. 0 4a
V. M
. I.RAVC. A.M.
Atliona 0:15
I'.M
!15"l
:00
3:111
8:40
4 91
Sallna I11
inciiesiur
biincaHter. .
4 .10
NbIioiivIUi: :n0
HiivdenvllleT-.in
.10
ft 2
8:ft')
4:11
8uKiir drove. 10 4
Won 11 17
Ha.vaenvHlo.il Hrt
Kolsoiivllle,. 11 Ml
Halloa.. .1MI.1211
Athene ISi'i
r,4t
Loitfin 7:!i7
t) n:
0 801
1111
7(i0
7 Ko!
Hiigur (Jrove7:M
4:41
l.tincaeter ..:
Wliiebeeuir. 8:611
4:58
5:S
iQrnveDort ..:!
B:4B
0:1')
Il'olnnibne.. .0:45
Cor on the 8 AI A.M. Train rune tbrftiiKli to
Portsmouth without change, nrrlvliiK at Mc.tr
ttiur ut at 2:52 P. M.: and Cur for the !l;00 P.M.
Tin In from l'orUnioiith for Columbus nrrWos
ut M(iAriliiirntl!i:S0 P. M. .
CloxeeonuectiniiH made at Tjaneaxter for Or
eluvillc, ianeHvillo, anil all pulnte nn the On
eiiinall & iMiiKkinnni Vulley Hallway.
l)il',i't luinueetioii lontlo nt f?nloiiihiie foe T)av
ton. Hni inirfleld. Indlnii.iiolli (Jliicnao. and till
points West: also, for Cleveland, Itiiftajo, l'ilts'
burn, Philadelphia, New York, and nil points
Kael.
Coiineetloim mndo nt T.nenn bv both Trains
with nil Train lor Htraltavillo and all pointi
on uiu ntruiiitviiie nnuicn. ,
J. W i DOllEHfY,
Huierlutui)deut.
E. A. llVBI.i,, Gen'l Ticket Atf'f.
KANSAS U MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO ANO MISSISSIPPI
O EXPBESS TRAINS DAILY O
O IJUNTHSOUGHHiOlI O
!
THE OUIO& austssii'Pi
Owned and operated hyoneCoiiipnny from ( in
eiiiiiiitl to 8t. liOiii-i. tlievefora pai:en.u;ere are
l'l:i: ol bclu canli'd tbioufeli without change
of ears
TIUJH AVOimXG
the poKnllillity Ineident to other l-oittce (whleh
me uinde npbl nereral abort, mini:) of minting
coniitsctiuiH, find HiihJeHInu; I heir pKMuiigeiH to
diiiiccnblo uliuiiges.
Families and Others Soekio?; Homes
in (he vil li valleys and on the fertile prairies of
t esiei n MiMoitiri. Kmsus, Nebrnskii. Colorado,
or Hi,: more distal 1 1 state ol'( nliforiilu, will eon
suit t heir own leterust by editing on or .iddresi
in the iiiideiKli(tiei, Coiitractliii; Agent, as a
Ion;; n liidenee In the western eonntrv has la
iniliarUed him with llui best localities.
This Route is 37 miles Shorter than
via Indiana. polls.
('mi ho pun liaeil nt all Hie PrlnrlpHl Tlrket
o.iici hoi C inni'i'tliig Idues, nml in Oiiii'inuati
at Hie tioncrul uilii-i-s uf Hie Company,
I 3 0 Vine Street
Lroadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street, COrner l.evoe, end nt De
pot l-uut ol Mill tret,
EJDWAIM) GALLUP,
Contrni'tiii't n singer A scout,
I If Vin. 9t.,lliiellinall, Oliio.
FOll LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tho enniplotlotiof the I,oulvlllo Division of
this roaduixl the Hplnndld equipment ior pass
enger travel ni.tkes this the
T ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE.
AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
9 TiriiUOGl'l T11A1XS
O Daily
With Direct Cennections from the Kaet for
Louisvills Without Chango of Cars I
Tbie Is tho only road whose trnlne leave Cln
I'iuuiiti and passengers aro delivered nt depots,
hotels or residences in Louisville KUKH,
Ask for Tickets via Ohio & Miss.,
and take no others.
TISKOUG EITI CKE2TS
Can bo pnrehased ut all the
Principal Ticket Offices cf.
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
OIUGIITITATI,
Attlio Qeneraf Oflicesnf tho Company
HO TIIVH STKHI3T,
Jiroadicay, Comer Front Street ,
Main 8t cor, Levee,
nnd at tile Depot, loot of Mill Street.
Edward Gallup,
t'oiitraetliigPassengor Acent.
110 Vine St., l.lneinnall, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
RAILROAD.
The fl rent Through Mallnnd Express Passen
ger Idno to Ht. Louis, Kansas City, Bt. .lon-pli,
Denver, nn Francisco, ami all points In Missou
ri. Kiinsns and Colorado. ' .
The shortest and only dlroet rottta to Indian
npiilis, Lafayette, Torre Hnuto, Cainbrldgo (!lty,
Mprlnnneld, Peoria, Burlington, Chicago. Mil
waukco, Bt, Foul, and nil po-lnts In tiro North
west. Tho ndlnnnpolla, Cincinnati nnd T.nfayntte
Mailrond, with Us connections, now oilers pass
ngeis niovo raellitres In TTiroiiglt Ooaeh and
leeplng Car Servietr than than rtnf other line
from Cincinnati, having tho BilVentog of
Thrmipli OnllvOars fnimOlnelnnntltoHt. Louis,
Kansas City, St. Jorepli, Peortn, Burlington,
Olile.Bgn Omalis, nnd nil Intormeillnte rinints,
prosenlftrg to Colonists and Falril lie sYwtf ym
forts and nccoimuoilulloiit ns art MVoriWn fry
no other route. , . ,
Through TRkcIo ftntl Uftsg'ng' Cfct'eW to H
PT"iii'ns foaro Ctrtcfrfffftli tl tOOi, if. i Sdfi fi it',
8 :0O v. l., and K-f)V, .
Ticket ea'rtjv mtA tt No'. J jYft'iiVei
Ho'jhb. oof fro Tfrtfl m Vfnoi P'ubllo Lund lug,
rnrnnr Mnln arvrj l'iett 1o, at lepot, comer
Plum and I'oarl Streets. Cincinnati, O.
lie sure to purchase tickets via indUflnpolls,
Oineliinati anil Litfayetto Itaiiroad,
- W 11 L. Nrmr.e,
A TIckotAg't, lndlauapolls
0. F.MooBK, p .Olnelnnutt.
. FofAll Who Eead. ' .
We. rnrt wltlmnt heiltntlnn, recomm'ertl Al
PKN' RKADYHOOK niNUKUas the best wo
have OTer seen for the purposes Intended. Us
great convenience, perfect ndnptatloit to so
many wants and Its very low" price will pertain
l br'inr It Inloeoinmnn, If nut tiniversiil use.
Scoiulierilseineiit.. 12-ly
ASM
F 181 ti
'
ullllffl,
llll
pui'furtncc.o tlio .lnw, i, NliLSOX RICII3IOND, Treasurer of Vinton County, hereby notify tho Tax-Payers of fluid county,
rnto of Taxation for 1871, ia corroctly stated in tho follovviii" Tablflj Bhow'mg tho number of Atillrj levied upon each Dollar valuation of
proporty in oacli Township and Boliool
tfaihcs of ToUmships and School
jjiairtcKf '.-.v.-
Eagle i. ;
Bl'OWn.. ii
iSwii ii.... i.
Jackson .".
Elk ,
McArthftr Independent School District
Part Attached to McAr'r Ind. So'l Dist.
Vinton i.
Madison
Zulcski Independent School District
Clinton. ;u
Kicliland....; .
IT!irrison..i..i 4....J
Wiikcsviiie
Wilkesvillo lndopendcnt School Dist.'.;
Knox ......u. ...... ......
I will attond nt tho Treasurer's Office, in MeArtliur, to roceivo Taxes, from tho Cth of October, 1871,' until the 20th of December, 1871, after
which all UXen rcmainiiifr nnnaid will bo snbioct to a lienaltv of 5 per cent. A failure to pay ono-half tho taxes charged on Chattel Property on
or beforo (ho 20th of December, renders tho whole duo and subject to collection, as in enso of Dolinqnent Tuxes.
The Unail Supervisors ol tho several townships will tako notico that receipts lor road tax can not bo taken unloRs written with ink, tho amount
to bo staled in fiurca and alno spelled out. and the name of tho township must ho written on tho redcipt.
NELSON RICHMOND,
Mc Arthur, October!, 1871 Ow
-Li ;b:
District in eakl county ;j
State Taxi i County fax: Local Tax:
z 1 2. g g. g
hi . W - S S- ' " o. cf E M 2
; H- -ig..-1..:,.g.j,:. 4,; 4.A,J, : ? .
i y ! ! : ' T : i W ?
: , .: ; : . : ; : . n a o
i i l t
I i : : : g "
: : : t : : : : : &
Tl" M fit. M. M. M. M. if. M. M. M. M. lt jO. M.
0 8 1.1 1 2.9 3.5 0!V 2 1.5 7.5 i.i ;j i5 2.5
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " O.fl 2.0 113 3.0
0.8 1.1 1 " I 3.5 0.5- 2 1.5 " 1.0 0.5 0.0 3. IB CO
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 0.J " 0.5 3. 15 4.0
0.8 1.1 1 " 3 5 0.5 2 1.5 " 0.5 0.8 3. jl5 4.5
0 8 1.1 I " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 0.8 9.T) 120 2.0
0.8 1.1 I " 3.5 0.5- 2 1.5 " 0.5 0 8 9.0 20 7.0
0.8 l.l I " 35 0.5 2 1.5 " l.l 3.0 14 5.0
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 0.9 3.$ 1(5. 0.5
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 0.9 13 0 25 3.0
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 0.C 0.8 31 15 5.5
0.8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.5 O.f 3, 10 4 0
0.8 11 1 " 3-5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 3 15 1.5
0.8 1.1 I " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 0.5J 1.0 3.0 19 6.5
0 8 1.1 1 " 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 0.&1 1.0 5. 21 9.0
0.8 ' l.i 1 " 3.5 0.5 I 2 , 1.5 " 7-10 710 1.1 3. 10 C.5
that the
Taxable
Treasurer Vinton County, O.
ANDREW J. 1,1c ARTHUR'S HEIRS.
Probate Court, Vinton Couiity, Ohioi
"VTOTICK l hereby given that Samuel I.. Scott,
I'l liniirdian of Ciirrio A., find Andrew . I. Me
Arthur, minors, ban lllcil herein bis Account
wllhsidd Wards for Himl Re.tlb'inciit: end that
the liciiilog thereof Is set lor tbo 'iRtll day of
October, A. 0. 1871, al 10 o'clock A. M.
It. U. MAYO,
October 4. In7l-4t Probate Judge.
Guardian's Notice.
l'rolat Cimrt. Vinton County, Ohio.
VOTICK Is hereby given that Ilobert O.
li Coudi'ii. (iiiiifdinh of .lohn W .lames 11..
liniies II., Mni y.l., anil Joseph M. Conden has
tiled herein bis aceounts with said wards, loi
llnal scttlemi'iit as to John W. Conden. and
pnrtbil ni' to the others; and the hearing theru
ol Inset for the lltb ilav uf November next on
siilngal loo'clock A. M. II. II MAYO'
October!:!. lH7l-4t Probate. I udgo.
PRESLEY R. HUT'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
-V OTICIi la heiebv given that F. II. M. Hons.
ton, Kxeeutoro'f Presley II. llltt, deceased,
has tiled herein his account with said R-tnle
for linrtUI settlement ; ami tlmi tlio same Is sot
for lieai lug on the ffltlt day ofOctober, 1K7I ,
II. . MAYO,
October 1, 1871 It Piiibatu .ludgo.
Thoiiias Torpcy's Estate.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
Vf OTICIi! Is hereby given that fieorge
ll Craig, Administrator of thesttof Tlioin
ssTerpey.iloeeeseil, linn filed herein Ills Accounts
with miil ostHte for llnal settlement; and that
Hie liearlnjfof the same Is set for tin) 18th day
of Novell. her, lb71, at 10 o'clock A. M
II. n. MAYO,
October Im, 1871 It Probate J udgo.
Martha A. Gunning's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICK Is hereby given that (Joorge Craig,
Administrator of tho estate of Martha A,
Gunning deceased, has'llled herein his Account
with -did CHtnte for flual settlement; ind that tho
hearing of the same Is set for the lSlh day of
November, list I, at 11 o'clock A. M.
II. 11. MAYO,
October 2f), 1871-4t Probate Judao.
TIMES FOE HOLDING COURTS
-IN TUB-
Seventh Mm District of Oliio,
011 THE YEAK 1879.
BY AUTIIOTUTY OF LAW, the undersign.
ml. Judges of the Courts of Common, Pleas
of the Seventh Judicial District of Ohio, order
that tbo Times for HoldluK the Courts of Com
mon l'luas and District Courts, in the sevorul
Counties nrsald District, be lixodns follows, for
tin year 1S7U;
District Courts
Washington, April 11M!
Meigs, April lth;
Oallia, April IHth;
, . Laivruiice. April -2J;
Scloh), April iHli;
l'lko, April ffllli;
Perry, August 2Sil :
Fairfield, August ii7th ;
Hocking, August Hist;
Athens, September Hilt
Vinton, September 7th :
Jituksou, Beptomher 10th.
Common Pleas Coiirtsi
1st Sub-Division:
Perry, January 8l)th, May 0th, October 1st.
iloeklng, Fobrimrv 13th, May 20tll, Oehdier IStll
Fairfield, March 4th, June Hil, October 20th.
2nd Sub-Division:
Lnwroneo January 20th', May fjth, Beiitember
: 17th.
Scioto, March lllh, Juno 3d, October 20th.
Vinton, February 12th, May Oth, September
nth.
Jackson, March 4th, Mnv 27th. October loth
1'lUo, April Sntl, June iiith, November 10th,
3d ftttb-Liviiiorr :
Atnclh, Ittarch 7th. May 30th, November 1st.
Washington, March 4th, May 77th, October Ills t
Meigs, lebnmry cth, April 20th, September
,tth
dmiin, FobTary TOth.May lltlv, Qotobor loth.
. , iV' tiff Aur honOs, this 19th day of Boptera-
M4 . vi-fiioiiT,
.Judges of
7th Judicial
District of
Ohio.
fi;t u 1 lllllli,
W.B.LOOMrs, .
JhtfJ, P. l'LYLKYj :
Iff. W. JOHNSON.
liifi btAtih oP oliM, t r
. aj.j j ' VlBTON COt'NfT, S.t.
I, OlikiiusiW.tl0l.Ust, Olork of the Court of
Cflinnioii pleas, In nnd for tiro county and
Stats nforesartl, do lferetry cortlfy -the ftirogo
lug to be a true copy of the order nxlngthe
Tlinos lor holding fJofirfjIfV tho Tth Jiiiliclal
DIMriit of Ohio, for fins' -yaf 1873.
iVVITNKS iy slrfiratiHre and lent of
Hjffiigj alilrjufc, tliU loth' day of October,
CM A KLKS W. nOT.LANII,
October IK, tTl-w Clerk.
Attachment Notice.
Wlllluiit llnrtt'nshnw, Pl'ff,
llnrtt'nshnw, Pl'ff, 1 liefore It. W.
against ( Kelch. .1. P. of
ar Peoples, D ft. V Clinton 'lp
J Vinton Co., O.
Lbcncz:
0 tbo 5th day ofSepleniber. A: 1. ISII.sai.l
Justice issued nnoiilorof aitnchinent In the
above action lor the Hum lif 81:1.10: the nhovo
case Is si for In-. ring on tlie 11th day of So
VBinber, A D. 1871, atO o'clock A . if.
VVILLIAM Ill KTIONdllAW.
October 18, 1S7l-:lv
UlCSIlFr'S SALE."
Vfu( (fOhlo, Vinlnn Ctwity. ,
Ii. J. Sinners k Co., Plaintiff,
sgslust
Zeinrl ltoldrea, Defendant.
Tu Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or
der of ule.
Pursuant lo the ronuii.ind of an Order of Rale
'sailed front (tie Court of Common I'lensnf Vln
;on count v, and to me directed as hhei ift'of Jaid
utility, I will offer for salo at the disir of Hie
Court Hoiimi, in the town of McAi lliur, Viutuli
county, Oliio, oil
Monday, the 13th Day of NevGinbar,
A. 3). 1871
it the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of sold day, I ho
following depciihed premises, Klttuito m the
county of Vinton, and Stale of Ohio, to-wlt:
('oiriniencltig at tbo South-west corner of a
Lot or Tract of Lund conveyed by Deed to
James M. I.each by Kichard Tlniins k Wife,
dated Junao, U0H, said eoi nar being on the line
running North nnd South between tbo lands of
Stephen Salts and ttVlitirdTlninmhisnlil Vln
ton county; thenco South ulong Bnld lino S0R
toet; thence Kast IH feet; thonco Ninth 'AM
fee.tt tbenco West 20 feet to the pliieo of
beginning, containing one ncro nioro or less,
holngln Section Number Four (4.) Township
NumoerTon(IO,) mid Kange Niunhcr Koventeon
(17.) and the same land eilnveyed by Kicharil
Timms toZlnirl Unldren hy deed dated June r,
ISIW. and recorded In Volume 11, Pago D0O. of t he
llvcord of Deeds in and for sulil county of Vin
ton find Stale of Ohio.
Taken ns tho proporty of Ztmii Hflldrefi to
satisfy an onlei of sale Issued from said Court
In favor of H.J. Homers A (.'ai.
Appraised nt Five Hundred ntid Fifty Dollars
(?,VH 00,) anil must bring twn-t birds of (list sum.
Teriusol S.ilo. Cash In hand.
TlANIKLllOOTII,
Sheriff Vlnlou County.
I). Tt. Shlvnl. Att'y for? Pl'ffs.
Ootuber 11, Ifl71-fiw-l4
DIVORCE NOTICE.
E
LI MeKNIOHT Is herein- notified that Mnr-
li irniet Jane Mclinlidit did. on the imhday
of October, A. D., 1K71, II lo her petition, In I lie
olllce of tho Clerk of the Court ol Common
Pleaa, wltllln and for the County of Vinton,
and Stale of Ohio, charging tho said Lit Mo
Kulglit with adultery with one Outliarlne
Htarkle, and asking that she may bo divorced
from tho said Ell Meliniglit, und for alimony;
which petition will be for hearing nt tiio pres
ent (October 1871) ternl of Hald Court, which
now atsuds aJuurncd until November ttUli,
A. D. 18?l'MJnGi,ftj!TiYASEMnKNi0iTt
. lly D. II. Bhlvel, her Attorney.
October 18, 1871-Ow
Rice with Fruit.
Parboil rice in water ; then
atld milk, sugar, a little lcraon
peel, of extract, and nutmeg,
and tie yolks of three eggs
beaten up. Cook until done
and then place a layer of stewed
fruit, of any kind, on a dish,
then a layer of riccf over it;
next, another layer of fruit, and
then aflother layer of rice, and
soon. It may bo served hot
cold.
A goring woman in the
States is threatening to get a
divorce ou the novel gronud
of "protracted festivities'
She sajTs her husband celebra
ted his marriage by getting
drunk, and has kept up the fes
tival ever since. .
' .il-i i i!j-L.Jl T . '
A generou mind docs' not
feel asjbelouging to itself alone,
biit to tbo wnolo human' race.
"We ate born- td ' scrve' dur fel
low creatures.
Threshing Machine Suicide.
Out of the most remarkable
suicides on record occurred last
last week at a little village in
Indiana, a short distance east
of Indianapolis, the circumstan
ces of which are as follows:
A farmer was threshing Lis
grain, by steam power, near
the roadside, whmi a well
dressed stranger drove up in a
ourt.?y gut out, tied his horse
nnd came up to the machine.
He first went to the engineer
and asked privilege of feeding
the machine awhile, and was
referred to the feeder. The
feeder seeing no reason to re
fuse letting him try his hand
yielded his post which the
stranger. filled with ability.
After running a short time lie
looked . to the engineer for.
more steam, which the engin
eer nut on, and then,' while the
macnino was goiug at light
ning speed, ho motioned the
man handling sheaves to stop,
nnd as soon as tho teeth were
clear he doubled up his arms
and threw himself headfore
most into the tho thresher be
fore the horror-stiicken observ
ers had an idea of his inten
tion, lie was literally torn all
pieces in a instant. No clue
to his identity- could de discov
ered, his pocketbook contain
ing $30, but nothing in the
way of papers, and people are
still in the dark as regards the
namo of tho man or the cause
of his makiug away with himself.
i r
Everybody knows that for
tunes are made by advertising,
but it is not everybody that
knows how to advortise.
When you do advertise, do it
with a nerve go it strongv
Business is like architecture
its best supporters are columns
advertise persistently; don't
take it by fits and starts keep
pegging away -and you arc
bound to have a hearing. , I f
you are. worthy of patronage,
don't be afraicl to tell it, If
you have cheap goods let the
people . know . it. Talk right,
and like a man, dont be afraid
of hurting somebody's feelings
or spending a few dollars too
much.
Perplexed pedestrian 'Liib,
which is' tho quickest way for
mo to get to the depot V
Accommodating boy--tKuu.,
; Ono of our exchanges says
drinking, whisky a ycar will
uiako a Democrat of any man.
Too frequent eating is posi
tive cruelty to the muscles of
the stomach, actually working
them to death. When pres
ently they give out, wo call it
dyspepsia and wouder at the
mysterious dispensation.. It is
not meant to say, says the Jour
nal of Health, that a grape or
a melon, or a peach, or orange,
or apple, or nice cake; or bit
of caudy or delicious date of
ice-cream, should never be
taken between meals and then
direful results would ensue
from such individual infrac
tions; on the contrary, for rea
sons not necessary to be named
now, such things taken between
meals, now and then, arc of
positive advantage, if not taken
over a day or two in succession;
it is the daily, the persistent
habit of such indulgences
which causes the mischief al
ways, inevitably Blessed the
mother who makes it a matter
of conscience and true parent
al lovo to inculcate these things
on every child given to her.
The earth is either solid or
has an exceedingly thick crust,
becoming harder as. we de
scend, harder t han any lenown
rock. At lcnscthat if? the con
clusion pointed at in. a paper
presented to the British Asso
ciation by the Tidal Committee
for the year. They have as
certained that if the earth had
only a fthcll of solid rock, say
fifty'miles in thickness, enclos
ing melted matter, it would
yield under the tide almost as
freely as a liquid. A globe
of glass the same si.e as the
aerth Would yield like India
rubber, and it is probable
from a series of experiments
that the earth as a whole is
vastly more rigid than any rock
upon her surface, a fact which,
it is suggested, may be due to
tho excessivo pressure in the
interior. Wolf, but vobanoes
and geysers ? ; If there is not
firo down there, not many
miles deer), how do t hay come?
A curious observer in St.
Louis has discovered that men
and boys iu variably run the
heels ot their boots nud shoes
over outwardly, whilb women
aud girls fun theirs over in
wardly. , Out of ono 'hundred
aud forty-seven tneu aud boys
that passed the observer at a
given point, the fact was true
r - -i ...... . l. j. ! i
in every luscance; ouioi sixty
seven woineu that passed, it
wsw true in every instance but
one,
Symptoms of a Money
Crash.
The effect of, tho Chicago
fire upon Wall, street was tre
mendous. illemnrk9 were made,
publicly that, the; event was the.
signal for the bursting of nncj
of the Jriost awful bubble that
the world had known, and that
a panic was imminent; . Jay.
Cooke & Co., thought it thq
most terrible Calamity ,, that
ever happened in this country;'
with the exception of the war...
The heaviest; houses are doing
everything possible to prevent,
any panic by exaggerated ac
count?.' - - .-.
' . . ? ...
A man who was down in the
country got this doleful report
from farmer, whom he asked
how : the crops were: . '.T'nl
'feerd we are ruined. The com
has . ofershot Itself,' and .has
three or four ears to the: stalky
They are a foot long,' and ;staud
out. straight.finbugh foia cooii.
to set on.- The crop, is going
to be so big that you can't get,
twenty cents, a bushel, and T
expect to burn it next .winter
in the place of cannel jcoal;''
and he couldn't have, looked
worse if he had lost a span of"
horses.' - - :
Hurrah for Jackson !
T.ho.Cincirinati Enquirer an
nounces the election of. A. M.'.
Jackson, Judge,' over the sneak
ing bolter Mott. This is glori-'.
ous news. He is, as the Enquirer
says, a man of great ability,'
with a heart as bier as the
world.. A3 they used to sing
of Old Ifickory: .
" ITo's veadv still for action
Oh Jackson is the boy !"
Under the preaentscoundrcl
ly apportionment, 14,000 Re
publicans elect a member. of
Congress, while it requires 41,
003 Democrats to elect a mem
ber. This is oppression which,
if peaceable means fail, would
justify a revolution to get rid
of. The right of representa
tion is sacred.' -
General Morgan.
During the campaign just
closed CJcueral Morgan made
between sixty and seventy
speeches." lie not only filled
all the appointments made for
him by the State, Committee;
but with characteristic zeal
continued on the stump duriug
the resting spell accorded him
addressing the people wherev
er his services could bo made
effective." His speeches were
mainly devoted to the financial
abuses of the administration,
and seem to have been a source
of profound tremolo to , the
Radicals from Bontwcll down
to the cros-i-roads postmasters,
who distill vulgiii" abuse in tho
country papers" The Zaues
ville Signal pays this compli
ment to Morgan, which we
heartily endorse:' , . .
" It is due to General Jtor
gan to state that he has during
this .campaign made flfty-nluc
different speeches, which have
required alnVost unremitted
mental and physical toil in pre
paring, as he always ..docpy
with great care,, to' present his
hearers the truth,' and in trav
eling' from' place to place to'
keep- his numerous appoint
ments with punctuality. "With
out disparagement to others,'
wo may, say that General Mor
gan has been one of the most,
if not the most effectivfc work
er during te present campaign1
iu tho Democratic cause;
Come and See.
Wo bavo just received ii
largo supply of Boole and i'lat
Cap Papers Letter liertds, iVdl
Heads,' Envelopes, etc., and
are prepared1 to do aty kind of
prihfifi'g for merchants, busi
ness men,' and all oth'ei1 persona'
at low ratos. tiWh posted and'
Circulars distributed on appl?-
cation at this office,

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