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h - M' ARTHUR, VINTON UOUTO OHIO: .WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER l,a8Tl.' : :
l)cnquirer,
J, W, EOWEK, Editor,
MArtluu November 1,'71.
Terms of Subscription.
One copv, one tviu:-. SI Mil One copy, 8 iuo..tl OH
) ey, nimli v 76 One copy, 4 mot.. 60
If nui paid wllliln tile yenr ;t. ..' ..' 2 00
Olubs uf Twenty. l"0
The' rnmnnrntla Knqnlrer criyilntri PUHU OF
POST AO K irllhtutha limits pf Vinton County.
V failure In notify n illKCoiititiunuca ot tliu eml of tlx
Vie auhnoriVil fur,' will 1 tukua u'i a now engagement
ntisofllil'uJ. -
Advertising Rates.
tTTlie Hi-.oo occ(iilcil liy 1 II inn of tlil (Nonpareil
1 7n'n rftinll mlttna it snunro. -
aqiiar..on woek Jl oO) ()nemiui'rt,8 weoki J3 00
rS:h nit.litl.inal 1nirtlnn Insertion. 60
All . ailvorlUlinf for k ohnrler period llian throe
I.eal .'lrTi.lscninni 91 OU pi'r anunro for ftrdt
liJortlou; in, I 'V iHMiii pof square lor eacn aniuiiooiu
' ' Rulu'ar Flgiiro w.irk .10 cent dMItlnnal.
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BiuIihws Ciir k not evciM'illns 0 Mo. 8.1 pur yi'ur,
All 1.11! iluu mi nVr liisfrlii.il of nilveril.itiineiit..
llllla with regular lulvwllxi-rn h (nnrn-rv.
HiikIiiku NiiLIum 10 o.'iii h Hum Mairlii''!' Noll
!m Hi'ioiplinir tothelllierullty uf thiJ nnrtkn. Donth
Notions of liunaway WIvm or lliiabamla tlouble
prlio.
Vmrlir alvuillM'rs eutltli.il to nnnrli-rlv elianavs,
AilVBrlUin(inu nut nlhurwIaA inilcrcl, will lie e.m
(Iniwl until nnleroil disuootlmieJ, iiml cliHt'Soil occmil
Inirly,
Kelllnn ami Ohiirl'ablB Nollcca Uv.
Advertising Rates. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and aftar Juno 23, 1871, Tralna will
run as follows:
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r .: tt n si ffi 7 w -
h &
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: : : : : :
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1
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8f
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a.
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Vi fisffti- ft i- 5. j:
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o : ; : :
5 : ' ' '' ' ;
y : : : . . : ;
i ::!:!:
S-J i : : : i i
ClNClTTSA'll KXPUK-W will rtui dally.
ah Diiitfr i ranis (iiniv, t!xi!cpt rtiiimny.
t;iNt;i.NA it i';..i'iti';ss j.;,sr muKus no
top botwoen Hitmdmi iiml AthciiH.
Portsmouth Branch.
Aocommmliitlon.
)op. Hamdnn
JlVCkHOII
Ar'r. PurUmniitli
IKM). l'orwmi.nth
Arv. Jaclcsuii
HlVllKlOll
.'l.fti p. H. li:0il A. M.
4.IW " 7.IW "
(1 " 10..-0 '
11.15 A. M. IM'll'. M.
11:15 4-.DI) "
UK P.M. 5.1 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
For nil points on tlu l.ittlo Mlmiil ltiiilroml, imd
lit tliu livlhimipolis&fini'Iniiuil Uitlliuad Jaiic
iioti for all points Went.
W. PEABODY,
W. PEABODY, Master of Transportation.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On anil niter MOM DAY, Mnv VMlh. 1K71, Y.x-
nrnnxTiMln will kkavb C()I,l!.M litis nnil
(IHKSri.INi: nnil AltlliVK at ixiiatH iiiiintid lie
low, n t'ollnwai -
Ktnthiiia. , . . No. 2. .
Ooltiniliii.,,.;..Ii!l0am
1'l'UPtllllO .'::n p in
rievi'lniul. 8:45 p in
Unffnlo lll:)piu '
NiajriimFiilU..,. 7:00 n in
llciclinftur 1 illilum
Albany H:45iini
Hoton ,n;a) pin
Now York Pltv. !l:S()p in
No. J.
4:1? pin
(l'lliii
It :4.1 p III
1:111 pill
II : !' II 111
7 :(H It 111
2 m p m
1 1 i ill
li: IOp in.
IMlVp' m"
1 VI a in
11 25 a in
'I 40 I) in
No. II.
2t35aia
4:50iun
n in
liM'0Hii
4:40 pill
6:0.5 pin
I M n m
UiOOiiiii
(1 :4nji m
A H in
II l.'i p in
3 40 a in
Jf'odjim
5 iri li in
1 1 25 a in
noo p m
t'riiHtilno. li li m"
I'iltHlmrir 0S5 p in
Ilari'lHlint'K 7 16 am
H iltlmoin 10 40 urn
"Wiishlnirtnii .... 1 10 p til
PliMmlntpliia ... II 15 a ni V
:ruriTlliio JTSU pin
Vort Wayne .... 5 HO h ni
Chicago laidpm
ti i't i in
H l.'i i m
1 4?i i in
1 15 n in
7 20 a in
BwyN'. 4. Ii'itvinjf CnliiinluiH at, .:io n. m,
linn HTlil'miKh CurWd HiduwaiDfui'Spi liiL-llulil,
reHc.lillijrSpriii'flli.lil without chin no nt7;;!0 pin.
Train No. mi Ihn CoIiiiiiIuih A HovkliiK VnU
Icy RiillniiKlcnniinct with No, ITiuln. Tlimuuli
Tli'kntii forsiilniit Athmu. .. .
PASSKNliRU TRAINS roltirnliiB nrrlvo lit
Cnlumliim at ISMu ni. II :15 u. ju, mid 0 ;5tf n. til
WarPalace Day and Sleeping Cars
On All Train,,.
."No " leavliiK OnliiinliiiH nt 2:lrt a m, on
?"!LV' Ti", "'''""Rh wl thoiit. ilntonl Inn, liv
Imth l-rl'I Njw York Cnntiai Itnllwiivi.
HrrJvlnv ntNew Ynrk on Mondny nionilnir'iil.
Kor nartlctiTiirihroriniiMim "in roiriird to
ttirnmr tfi'kut. thnn. noiiiiorlfiiiM, t,. n all
.nfn;;i:i:i;::
tuini(nKV.Aif',u,','',,lim',U5'a
rusjongir Ajcut, I'oluiuliiis, 0.
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.
, . Through Car
From 0OLUMBD3 (via Athous) to POUTSMODTH
Oyer the Calunilitis & Hocking Valley and
' ; Marlr.ta 4 OinolnuattVEstURoirli. "
Qoinj East.
Ko. 1
NO. S1
r.M
3.Mti
4-n
4 .10
' 6 2
IHAVR. - AM.
rolunil)ii8,.r. -fw'
llrovi'port,.. . !
Wliiclioalnr.. I4S
l.nticnitor... .10
Siigiii-Uiove.ltl 4K1'
MK .11471
6 4't
12
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1V,
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Nclrtcii villrt.. 11 HU
Snlliia.,'.l'.U.13il
AtlliMH 12 4.)
Oolne Wait.
. .v No. 2 No. 4
I i.v:ave. A. 11 ' . II
Athens 6:15 :t:00
rtalitlii..'.. . 6:34 S:l
N'Hljouvllle H:Wi 8:40
Iliivdnnvtlle7:l'! Sf5
T-oiran: 7:27
Snjfar Orovol :55 4 :41
LHiic.nKtor . 8:18 4:58
WlnohcstHr 8:5 B:38
Omveport . 0:17 B:48
l.olumhlK.. 0;..". 6iti
.! fJitrini the S:5D A. M. Train Tuna tUimiKli " to
rorimnoncn wunoiit cuanKiviii'i'ivinn m iiic-Ar
t hin- at lit -i -Xti l. M. ; mid tnr for the 8 .00 P. M
.Train from I'ortsmoutli for Culuiubun arrivoa
III AlCArilllll'lIt 12:80 I. M.
4'luso onnnei'.tltiiiH ninili. nt. T.nnp.astor fiv f'lr.
cli'vlllo, ZanoHVille, umliill points on the Cin-
i iiiiinil x, Miismiiuuni Valhiv llnllwnv.
I Uroct eoiiii(i:Mi)ii made nt t'olnnibu.i for Dav.
Inn, HprltiHllelil, Iiidlnnapollx, C'liii:i;i, iiml nil
points West: also, forClctvclnud, Uiitlnlo, l'itts-
hiii'if , l'lillailelphla, New Yolk, nml nil poiuts
Kant.
( oiiiuvtloiiH made nt I.opnn bv both Trains
Willi nil Trains tor Stniitsivillu and nil pointa
on the SlruiUviUe Ilriiai h.
J. W. 1)011 EUTY,
..Snpoi'iuteiideiit.
E. A. 11UKI.I., fieii'l Ticket Ag't:
KANSAS &. MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
IlAlLliy AY.
O EXPRES3 TRAINS DAILY O
O EUNTHEOU&HFEOM ' O
THE OIIIO& 3IISSTSSIPPI
, Q1TLY IRO.A.D
Owned uiul opcniteilbyonefomiinny from fin.
rinnntl to St. Lonlt, therefore passengers me
ri!K ol lieln' caiileil tlnouyh witliuui cliungc
of CIIH '
THUS AVOIDING
Hie possihility Incident to other routes (Which
urn iniiile up of nuvurul Khort rnuils) of missing
eouiitvtions, ami suhluctiiiK lliuir piisseiiurs to
u iB.ijd euuuiu eil.'lllges,
Families and Others Seeking Homes
In the rich ynlloya nnd on the fertile pvnlries of
, cieiu .ui.-3iiun, lviiuias, leuniSKa, oioruuo
or tile more distant State iift'iillforiihi, will e.on
sun itieirown Interest liv mUiiik on or Aildi'ess
in the unil('iKio;iil, CunlriictlnK Aiieiit, as i
Ioiik ri sideiice in the western country lias la
Dilliiin.eil liim Willi llu UestliK'alltics.
TLi3 Haute is 37 milea Shorter than
Via luuianapouu.
jriIISOV4II . TICKETS
Can he - purr.liaert nt nil tii PrlncipHl Ticket
iiiiiccsoi uiiiiiiiHitina Lines, mid in i:inclniiati
lit the tienural tjiliceu of the Company,
1 1!) Tine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Streot, COmer Lovee, nnd at De
pot Foot of Mill Slraet,
HI) WARD GALLUP,
Ointrnct Injr at Render Agent.
III! Vin. St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
FOIt LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
VIA
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tlioc.oniiiletloii of the I.nulsville Division nf
tins l'uii'l ini'l tne Mil end it eniiimnont iur nass
eiiKi'i' travel niake.i this tliu
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
Sontli and Southeast.
3
THliUOGIL TRAINS
Da tin.
With Iilrect Connections from tho Kast for
Lo-aisville Without Change of Cars!
This is the onlv riind tvlmnn fvntnu letivA rin.
einnaii ami nasseiiKcrs are delivered ut depots
hotels or residences in l,ouivillu F11KK.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio ct- Sliss.,
and take no others.
tei iuhjg sfri cki:ts
t an ho purehnseilat hII tliu
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
CI1TCIH1TATI,
At tho General O Dices nf the Company
119 VINE STREET,
Kroadway, Corner Front Street,
Main' St., tor. IjAvcc.
and nt tho Depot, loot of Mill Struct.
Edward Gallup,
C'outraetlnir Piisnonprer Attent,
lit) Vino St., Clneiiiniill.
Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
RAILROAD.
Tlie OreiitTliroinrh Mall nnd KxDresa IMskiiii.
,a I Inn l,i Ul l f,L lv'lll.a.lU Pltf Hi .Imu..1,
Penver, mi Francisco, and nil points in Missun-
I. Knnns nnu l.nioi'iino.
The shiirtest and only direct route til Indian.
lip.ilis, l.afnyetlo, Terre lliiute, Cinnhridiio City,
RprlhKllcId, I'enrln, ltuilliinton, CliioiKo. Mil.
wmikoo, ou rain, uuu uu point in mo jNortii
west. Tho IndiaiiHiiollH. Clnclnnntl nnd Lnfavntto
U iilro.el, with its connections, now oilers pass-
HKers moru tnc.llltles Hi Ilirouno Uohcii ami
leuplnir Oai: Service than tliiiu uny oilier Hue
from Glneliinidl. bavhnr tho mlviintuiro nf
ThroiiKh Daily Cars from Cincinnati to St.. Txiuli,
Kansas City, St. Joseph, I'enrln, Itui'lliiKlon,
Oliliuiira, Oninlia, nnd nil Intnrnicdiatu points,
lreaeniiiiu: to UoloiilstM Hint r ainlllessuen cont
orts nnd ilcciiiiimodntliiiis sa nrn aflnrdud liv
no other route,
ThrotiKli Tickets nnd llngsniro Cheeks to nil
points.
i linns leave cinrinnnll Rt1:oU A. m.i 8:10 1'. Mt
:00r. M., and 10:110 v. v.- .- -
Tickets can he nhtalned nt o 1 n
llo'.iHo.enfner Third nnd Vino; Pnlille I.andlnn,
,'iiii'r in ii i ii nun iiivi.r, hihi., hi. iioM),, comer
lnni nml I'enrl tttnmta, (linclnnHti, O.
ItOHiiru to nui'iihiiun tickets via (iidlanuiinllu.
Cincinnati uiul Ijifa.vctlo Itnilniiid,
iv. H. i Nnni.it,
Ii XlekntAx't, Indianapolis
O, MooltK, p i OliK'liinuU. .
For All Who Read.
We, ran without Iwsititrton, rncnmniend Al-
DMN UKADV HOOK IHMOKIlns the boat w
haveeveraeen for tin) purpoaes Intended. Ita
ere.il convenience, perfect Hdaptntlnn to no
Iiihii.v ivnnU and ItH very nw price will eertn lu
ll tiling i iiitoceiniil'jll , II nut llliiverpal ti.ic.
bv HdM'ilivt'UH'iit, lil-Jy
TAXES OF 1871.
NOTICE TO THE TAX-PAYERS OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
IN pursyanco of tho lac .J NELSON KIC1I1MOND Treasurer
Tute of. Taxation for 1871, is correctly stated in tho following Table,
property in ejich Township and School District In Baid county : ,
Karnes of Townshipt and School
,j
Eagle
Brown
Swtin
Jackson
Elk : :
McArthur Independent School District
Part Attached to McAr'r Ind. Sc'l Dist.
Vinton '
Madison
Znleski Independent School District
Clinton
Richland
Harrison '.
Wilkesville
Wilkcsville Independent School Dist...
Knox
I will nttond nt tho Treasurer's
which all taxes rcmaininc' unnaid will
or before tho 20th of December, renders tho wholo due and subject to collection, ua in caso of Delinquent Taxos.'
Tho Uoad Supervisors of the several townships will tako notico that receipts for road tax can uot be taken unless writton with ink, the amount
to bo stated in ii-rures and also spoiled out. and the name of tho township must bo written on tho receipt
NELSON RICHMOND,
McArthur, October 4, 1871 Gw Treasurer Vinton County, O.
'State Tax;
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Offico, in McArthur, to recoil Taxes,
bo subioct to a' penalty of 5 per cont,
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of Vinton County, lio'reby notify the Tax-Payers of said county, that tbo
showing the uumbor of Milla levied upon Cuch Dollsir valuation ot Taxable '
, ' .
County Tax:
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from tho Gth of October, 1871,' until
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A failuro to nay one-half the taxes charged on Chattel Pronortv on
Local
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the 20th of December, 1871. after
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IIKIEIFF'S SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton Vntuity.
C.illiniine (tliMRow, I'lniiitlft',
iitfuinst
Kli.:. Ann lltittm. et. al.. Ilefemlnnt.s,
In Vinton County Court of Common Plena.
Or-
dor ot Sale.
Pursuant Inthn eniiimnnd of an nnlerof nle
Issued from th.1 Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton county, and to me directed as .sheriff of aald
conntv, I will offer for sale nt the door of the
Court 'House, In tho town of .McArthur, Vinton
county, Obio, on
Monday, the 27th Day of November,
A. D. 1871,
at the hnurnf 2 o'clock P. at., of anid day, the
following described premises, to-wit:
Ill-Lots Number One hundred ami eight v five
(IK'il and One hundred and ninety-one (Mil.) In
th Town of McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio.
Taken as the property uf Kliza Aiin'ltiitton to
sntisfy a Judgment of aald Court In favor of
Catharine tilagnw.
Appraised as follows:
tn-bot No. 185. at I(W; In-I,ntNn. 101, at SIX).
IOach Lot must bring two-tblrds of the appruia
ed value.
Terms of Sale. Cash In hand on the day ol
sale.
DANIICf, KOOTII.
Kheriff Vinton Co,
P. B. Shlvel. Att'v for Pl'ff.
October SO. lH71-rvi'-U
TIMES FOB HOLDING COURTS
in Tim
Seventli Juflicial Wict of OMo,
FOR THE YEAR 1873.
BY AUTHORITY OP TAW, the undersign
ed. Judges of the Courts of Common yiena
of the Seventh Judicial District of Ohio, order
Hint tho Times for Holding the Courts of Com
mon Pleas and District Con in, In the several
Counties of said District, be tlxed as follows, for
tho j oar 1S72:
District Courta:
Washington, A nrlt llth;
Meigs, April li'itlii
tlallin, April 18th;
Lawrence. April 22d;
Hclolo, April 2Hh;
riko, April iSlth:
Porrv, August !i'2d:
Kairlleld, August 7thj
Hocking, AtiglistSlst;
Athens, Hepteniber lid;
Vinton, September 7th;
Jackson, September llltl).
Common Pleas Courts:
1st Sub-Division:
Perry, January 29th, May full, October 1st.
Hocking, February 12th, May ifoth, October IStll
Fnlifiold, March 1th, Juno Sd.October itltli.
" . 2nd Sub-Division:
Iawronce,
January 20th, Mny 6th, Soptomber
171I1.
Scioto, March 1 1 tit, June. Id. October 29th.
Vinton, February Uth, May Otli, September
nth.
.Inekson, March 4th, Mnv 27th. October loth'
i-iKo, April ami, j 111101 tli, November lUth,
3d Sub-Division:
Atlieim. March 7th. Mnv 301 h Vnvoi,, l.nr tut
Washington, March 4lh. Mnv 7tli, Oe.tobcrMst
Meigs, February 6th. Anrll antb. Soutmnhnr
ili'lgs,
J4th.
Gallia, February Itlth, May 13th, OoUbor 15th.
Witncsa our huntls, this 18th day of Septom
bcr, .1., 1R71.
I1I,AH H. WKIUHT,
K. A. GUTHUIE,
Judires of
7th Judicial
District of
Ohio.
JNO P. PLYLTiY,
W. W. JOHNSON.
THE
STATU OF OHIO,
Vinton County. M.l l
I, Ciutu.Ew W, Holland, Clerk of the Court of
am moii t-iniui, in and for tne county and
niino nuiresniu, no nunoy ceriuy mo lorego
ing to boa true copy of tho order llxingthn
Timet for holding Courts in the Tth Judicial
Dlatrlotof Ohlo.for the Year 1HT2.
W-WfeWITNESH my algnature and iwnlof
iotwth cam ootirt, una i tn day ot oulobor,
A.D 1871.
CHAULESM'. HOLLAND,
Oe(obor1R,l7l-llw Clork.
Martha A. Gunning's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby given that'Ouorge Craig,
Administrator of the estate of Martha A,
iinnliigdectted,haa tiled herein his Account
lib said estate for final settlement: and that the
hearing of the tame Is set for tho 18th day of
V i.n. iirri 11 ,AlnL A ur
tiu,vjuuni 1QU, wi, vvtuvn .1, i',.
Jl. II. ill A IU,
October 20, 187l-4t '. Probato .lud go.
Thomaa Torpey's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTTCK U hemhy. given that Ooorgo
Criitir. Adm-lnlHti-atornftliaeatnteorTbont.
is Torpey-,dercased, has ftlcrl herein Ma Accounts
w un imii cumin n,r nuai aiHiieinont; anil mat
tho hearliigoftlm same It sot for the 18th dav
of November, 1871, at lOo'rlock A.M.
II. n. MAYO,
Oclobcr 1H, I87I-K J'robutc Judge.
jIIEKIFF'S
SAffiE.
State nf Ohln, Vinton Count!. '
II. J. Soincrs A Co.. Plaintiffs,
agaiutt
Zemrl Iloldreu, Defenilnnt.
In Ylnloji County Court ofCoiumoo Pleas,
Or-
uci oi niv.
I'lirsimnt to llio'coiiuiinn'il of nikOrderafKife
issued from the Court of Common I'lcusof Vin
ton county, and to nie directed ns Sheriff of snid
county, I will oiler for salo at the door nf the
Court' llouso. In the town of McArthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 13th Day of November,
A. D.1871,
at tho hnurnf I o'clock P. M. of said dav, tho
following described premises, sit mile In the
county of Vinton, and State of Ohio, to-wit :
Comnif ncing nt Hie South-west corner of a
Lot or Tinct of Land conveved by Deed to
fames M. I.each by Itichnrrt' Thmns Wife,
lated .Inner,, li-dtl. said corner being on tliu line
running North and South hntwtcu the hinds uf
Stephen Milts nnd KleburdTiiniiislnsald Vin
ton county; thence smith along said line 208
lu( t: them e Knst UOH feet: thence North 20
cot: theuce West feet to the placo of
negiiiiiiiig, coiuaiuing one acre more or less,
being in Suction Nuniher Four (4.) Township
Number Ten(10,) and Itange Nuinbor Heventeon
1 17.) nml the snino land conveyed by Hichnrd
I' 1 1 ii in s to'.imri llohliea by doixl dated .liinc.'i,
ist;. mid recorded la Veluiiin U. Page W9,nf the
Iti'cord of Deeds in and for said county of Vin
ton and Stale of Ohio. .
Tnken ns tho property of Znnrl llolilren to
satisfy n n ordei of sale issued from said Court
in favor of II. J. Homers & Co.
Appraised ut Five lltHwtWfTnnd Fifty Tlollais
(Sr50 (10,) and must bring two. thirds of that sum.
Tonus of Sale Cush In hand.
DAN HO, BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton County.
P.TI. Shivol. Att'y for Pl'ffs. f .
October 11, 1871-5w-14Ji
gHEWFFS SALE.
Htate of Ohio, Vinton County, as.
Mury Lamb, I'lalntiir,
against
John II. ltoycr ut. al. Defendants.
In Vinton County Court nf Common Pleas, Or
der of Sale.
Pursuant to tho command nf an Order ol
Sale in the above cause Issued from the Court
of Common Pleas of Vinton county, and to mo
directed as Sheriff of said countv, I will offer for
sale at the door of the Court Ilonio. in the town
oi nioArtiiiii', vinlon county, Ohio, ou
Monday, the 27th Day of November,
A. D. 1871,
at the hnnr of S o'clock y. m. of unld dav. the
,..,, : .1 , , .
union iiik; utTvcnouii iirniiiscn, lo-wu:
lti'irititiinir fit. th CniMini- Rljinn nf tha fln.ilh-
Knst Corner of Out-lot Number F'our (4,) in
Itobbilia' Addition to the town of llumden. In
the county of Vinton, nnd State ofOhlo; thonco
riinningiino west 10 tnoinpnc uroundaof tho
marieiia. a i inciinmii itanrona uompany;
thence with their line to tho N'orth-Enst enmnr
of said Depot (.rounds; thonce Knst to Hnmuol
Tnrr't lino; thence North to the plane of begin
niiiR, ooiitaining about Threo-fourtlia of an
acre, more or lest, nccordlnir to the Town Pint.
on which lot is erected a
STEAM FI0TOINO MIIL.
Taken as the nronortv nf John B. Rover, et
al. to satisfy a decree of tho aforesaid Court in
fuvorofchlliler ACo.
A upraised at one thoiinnnd three Iiurrti-od and
f U'hlit .ll vn Hnllitr. tl AD'tlKIl .nil tnnul lici.i..
two-tiirrds nf that sum'.
Terina ol Sale. One-half cash on tho nay of
sale; and onu-hnlf iu six months, with Interest
from day ot sale.
DANIKL BOOTH.
Sheriff Vinton Co.
M. I,. Clork, Att'y for ficliildor Co,
October 25, lS71-6w-l!i;i
—OF—
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICE ia herobv given, in pursuance of low,
of the Intention of the Coiniubwlouoraof Vluton
county, Ohio, to build a , .
. across .
lionet Fork of Big Jlaccoon Creek,
At tho crossing of the McArthur A Nelsonvlllo
Kond, near the resldenco ot' William Fee, lu
Swan Township, and that
Petitions for and
Remonstrances Against
The building of the tame will bo considered if
mod fn tho Auditor's OOko of aald comity, ou
or before
Saturday, the Hth Day of November,
" . A.JJ.1W1.
Tlv order nfCommlslonnr!
HENRY Kl'.TNOT.TW,
Oct. 23, 1871-lw Auditor Vinton Co.
'
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
William1 Biirtrnsluiw, Pl'ff,
ngiiinst
Khciietar Peoples, D'ft.
1 Hcforc 11. W.
Keleh, J. P. of
Clinton Tp.,
j v niton i o., u.
ON the Bill day of Septenibor, A. D. 1871, said
Justice issued nnorderof attaclnrieiit In tho
above action for tbo sum of 13 10; the above
case (4ct for hearing on tho llth day of No
vember, A. D. 1871, nt 8 o'clock A. w.
W 1 1,1,1AM 11UKTK33HAW.
Oclobcr 18, 1971-Hw .
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICB i hcrehv (jiven that Bobert ti.
Conden. Onnrdiiirt of John W James H ,
t buries B.. Mary J., unci Jowiph IX. Conden has
tiled herein his accounts with said wards, for
final settlement iw to John W. Conden, and.
pnrtlnl as to the others ; and the hearing thtire
ot is set lor the llth dav of 2ovinbor next en
suing nt in o'clock A. M. H. It MAVO
October 12, 1871-4t Probato Judgo.
DIVORCE NOTICE.
JM.I McKNIOHT Isliercby notiHed IhatMitr
J garet Jane McKnlght did, on tho 18tb day
of October, A, P., 1871, llle her petition. In the
office of th Clerk of tho Court of Common
Plena, within and for the County of Vinton,
and Ktnle of Ohio, 'charging the said Ell Mo
Knight with adultery with one Cutbarino
Hturkie, and asking that she may bo divorced
from the snid Kli McKuight, and fur alimony;
which petition will ho for hearing at the pres
ent fOcLnhcr 1S7I) term of said Court, whle.h
now stands adjourned until November 27th,
A. D. 161.
MARGAIiKT JANE McICNIGHT,
Ity I). B. Bliivel, her Attorney.
October 18, lSIl-0v
Gallipolis, McArthur &
Columbus Railroad.
We are authorized to state
that the subscriptions to grade,
do- the masonry, bridging and
everything necessary to pre
pare the bed of this road for
the cross-ties, is steadily pro
gressing, there having already
been 11 miles, subscribed for,
and negotiations pending for
full ten miles more, generally
to be paid for half in cash, in
monthly instalments as the
worK progresses, ana tne re
maining half to be paid in the
stock of the Company. As the
enterprise now looks, if all par
ties that are able would
promptly add liberally to their
subscriptions, it would lie but
a short time until the Compa
ny would be ready to com
mence work on that part of
the road that lies between Gal
lipolis and the Marietta R It.,
and it is to be hoped that the
citizens of Vinton and Hock
ing Counties will not suffer
the small amount required to
be provided at their end of the
line to lag behind and thus de
lay the whole work.
, . Let us build, own and con
trol this road, and we venture
the assertion that we will have
the best dividend paying road,
for its length,' in the State, and
the immediate result of corn
plating it will be the attracting
population and capital, and the
erection ot all kinds ot manu
factories in our town, and at
, a 1
every destraoie pome on tne
route from here to Logan,
There is Jnow correspondence
going on between parties in
CirclevilIc, Ohio aud our city,
in regard to building a railroad j
from Urbana, Ohio, via. Lon
don aud Circleville, to connect
with our road at or near Mc
Arthur. This road would
open us a direct Northwestern
route for our coal, 'irou, lime,
and- manufactures, as, at Ur
bana, we would have railroad
connections in eveiy direction,
and it would bring us the agri
cultural products on its route,
which will be needed to . sup
ply the thousands of miners,
traders and manufacturers that
will soon be on or near the line
of our i-oad when finished.
Strain a point, increase your
subscriptions, build the road
show your neighboring coun
ties that Gallia is not dead,
and you will soon find other
points seeking connection with
our road, for the route has mer
it enough, including the favor
able location of our city and
other points on the route, to
attract other roads and popula
tion and capital.
—Gallipolis Bulletin.
Another Mormon Bishop has
been arrested on a charge ot
being accessory to a murder
committed more than a year
ago. If the secret history of
Mormonism should be revealed,
it would be found we imagine,
that scores of the dignitaries of
the Church have been guilty of
acts ot blood.
It is Democratic to obey the
laws, even if .Ave do not like
them. If we believe them to
be unconstitutional, we con
test them in the Courts. If we
believe themto be unjust, un
wise or impolitic,we can ap
peal to the ballot-box for their
repeal.
Those Democrats who stayed
away from the polls on account
of the "new departure" aud
because negroes vote, are a
good deal like children who
absent themselves from their
meals in order to gratify a
pouting spell. In tjie course
of a year or eo more they will
get entirely cured of their stub
bornness. There never has been an ad
ministration since the found
ation of the Goverment so weak
and vulnerable to attack as
that of Grant's, and nothing i
wanting to secure its utter over
throw but unity of action and
good common sense on the part
of the Democratic voters ot the
several States.
Phenomena of the Wisconsin
Fire.
There 'are some phases of tlie
great calamity winch fell upon
this region last week, worthy ofl'
scientific investigation.' ; Tho-
testimony of the cooler headed
survivors-of the fire3 at.PeAhtii-
go, thjii ; Sugar ; vl?uslr!?nnd Wr-
liflmrrliwMnited as toone'
nbiianiaylTlrev sav-, the.fire-
u'K"f fi'0"1' '.'burning trees-'oir
other objects-bo the windward!,;
but the tirM; notice th?y hadi'of
it vva a .whirlwind of 'flame;.
in great clouds," from abbyMhe.
tops ot the trees", which foil; up
on and enveloped everything.
.The atmosphere seemed one of
(ire. The poor people inhaled
it or the intensely hot niu niul
fell down dead. This is veri
fied by the appearance o many
of thai corpses' They were
fouud dead In the road and
open spaces where there were
uo visible marks of fire near by,
with not a trace of burning up
on tneir bodies or clothinc.
At the Sugar Bush, which is
an extended clearing;, ikv some,
places 4 miles in width, corps
es were fouud in the open road,,
between fences which were
only slightly burned. Ko
mark of fire was upon them,
but they laid there as if asleep.
This phenomena seems to
explain the fact that so many
were killed m compact masses.
They seem to have huddled
ogether in what were evident
ly regarded at the moment as
the safest places. ' awav from
buildings trees and other in
flammable material, and there
to have died together.
Fences around cleared ficlcU
were burned in spots of ouly a
lew rods in length, and else
where not touched. Fish were
killed in the streams as at
Peshtigo.
We hear the universal testi
mony that the prevailing idea
among the terror stricken peo
ple ot tnose places was that the
last day had come. They need
ed not to be ten or-stricken for
such imaginings. What other
explanations could be given at
that imminent time, when there
was an ominous warning sound
ning from the distance,
when the sky, so dark just be-
ore, burst into great clouds of
fire, the beasts of the forests
came running lor succor into
the midst of the settlements,
and a great, red. consuming,
roaring hell of lire fell upon all
around, ine dreadful scene
lacked nothing but the sound
ing of the last trump nnd in
deed the approach of the aw
ful roaring and the premonitions
from the distance snpplied
even that to the appalled imag
inings of the people.
The Epsy theory, we think
it is, that continued and wide
spread fires will bring on rain,
seems to be entirely exploded
in this instance. These fires
had lasted nearly or quite four
weeks, ravaging forests over a
great area, And still not a drop
of rain. The rain only came
with a change of wind to the
northward, and several days
after the worst burnings were
[Green Bay Advocate.
The presses and all ' tho
material used by the Western
Rural and Young Folks I
Rural were entirely destroyed
by the Chicago fire . Tho
publishers announce that iu
one month from the time of
fire, the papers will be issued
in old form, style, &c. The
Western Rural is a farm and
familv weekly, that has obtain
ed a large circulation. Terms,
f 2 00 per year. The Young
Folks, Rural is a large newspa
per of eight pages, for young
people and children. Termn,
$1 00 per year Address II. X.
F. Lewis, Chicago, 111. m .
For ministers, churches, and
missions, there- was spent in
this country last year, $8,000,
000 for artificial flowers, if iTi,
000,000.
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