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! Arthur, Nov. 22(1, 1871.
Terms of - Subscription.
On epv. nn Jir,... Jl M I C'W f
tin e. immlbii IS One copy, 4 mwi.. ftti
If not pal.l within the ytnr
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' Tha ntmnofatle Knqnirtr erciilHlri FliKK OK
I'OSTAOB ltliln the llmlu of Vliiton Cnunty. '
- failure to notify ilheoiitlniiiincii nt tlit cm! of the
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iiil)orli"oJ.
Advertising Rates.
tarTIi "lko opii pletl l.y 1 ii I ino of till I (Nonjitrell
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ill aihurtlKluR for a .liorter perlwl than three
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;,ral ikdvortlautiienU-Jl I'er aqnnre for ftrnt
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. All l.tlla ilnu mi tlrt Insertion of n'lvertUeineut.
1IIIU with raulr alvertlwr to lie .M qnarterT.
Un.lnoaNotlce--lfl renin Hoe'. Man-lane Soil-m-aecnnllMJt.Mlie.llWra'lly
oftha P"tloi. Ieatli
Kottena flee. ' . , j
.. NoMeet of ttimaway Wlvet or llinbanill-nonlile
Vearly alvr!ler entltleil la qnarterly eliansea.
Aiartl.'iiieiiiint otherwise1 nnlercil. will be eon-
. .n ..-.I..... i .ii.n..ii,iM,l. n,l ehnrtrea aeeoril-
'"riiilnii ami Cliwllnhlo NeMeea-free.'
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On ind after Juna 23, 1871, Trains will
run as follows:
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H
CO
W
B
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O.
M
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1 h,vuiidi 4iiHi&2ZZ2$?
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rK 6 i 6 -1 f ft n k vs -r f c 3
5 i i-' ' 4 o i o
' '('IMCINMA'l1! BXPUH"'S will run dally.
All other rritlns (lully, cxr-ent Humliiy.
CIVCINSkTt KXPHKHSRAST miiken no
top bptwnen Himuloii unci Athena.
Portamonth Branch.
Mtll. Ueommmlntha,
I)ci, Tlanvlnn
.Hc.kNnn
Ar'r. PortsmmitU
Dsn. Porn:ii..iitU
Arv. .IiielcHon
Hnmiltiii
. R.il l P.
n-.nu A. M.
4.IK) "
Mi "
0. If) A. M.
u in p. x.
7.0H "
Kl.fO "
12-30 P. M.
4-J'l) "
fi.20 "
Traius Connect at Lovelanil
. KorMl points on th l.lltlo Miami llHllnn:l, antt
at tlio livlUimpiilis ,t Clncluiunl UuiU'Oiiil June,
tlautorall iniint VVutt.
W. VI t PF,KOPY,
itntr of Ti-antportntlnn.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
ait; i .
tin Miil-ai'tor MU.NIi.W, Mnv th. IK7t; F-x-pimtTraina
will kraV l.'0r,UMHLS nnd
CRIOSri.lSB ntiil vtitlVK at poljtts uamod lie
low. folio wa i i
RtHtJoim. . .
Oolpiplina ....
(!rctlllie
CirvelHiil...
Muffulo. .....
NijtKnrilFiv'U
Hoclioster.. .
Albany
No: a.-;
IlilOara
. M p in
, . 4 M a m
..7:n0a m
:0nm
:(!5 n nl
No. 4.
t rS j) III
4 :Mpni
fi:4AAIil
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. 2 on pmv
1 1 :50 p til
flWpjiiV
8 IB i in
Ilium
11 211 a ill
S 40 p m
6 25 p ni
8 16 pin
74.rp"in
1 tl m
7 SO m
Vo. t. '
,2i33am
' 4 .5011111
( 7:30 urn
2;0(pm
4 :0 p 111
B :0Ti p in
hUOnni
lt:imnm
0:40 ii in
fievr Ynr'k'rt'ty
ri-Mutiii.i. 1 1 r
o-.aipm
fittslmrn
JIarHalurs ...
fin! 1 1 more i
Waahlnorlnn j.
.. itnp in
. . 9 35 p m
..'71ft am
..10 40 am
. 1 10 n m
8 ni a m
3 m p iii
i wa iii
Phlliulnlprilit,.
II 15a m
J7 00 ji m
"Tf St a in
11 Aam
600 p m
rMtiln"
tl aii i, 7"
Fort Wayne ,
thl'Kfo
...l!iinpm
' ' JlVo. 4, Tenvlirflf Colnmlnu at 4:10 p. m
' nns aTlirmtKh Corfu Deliiwar.oi-Sprlnu-ilclil.
rtnrhlniRprlnnnclil wlMinutchanir.fint 7:'5liim.
Train Mo. a on lh Cnlmnhna A Uocklna; Vol.
nT IliilrnaH eonnnet with No. Trulu. Thi-onuh
Tlnkota for anle nr, Athniia.
PASHKXGKli TRAINH retiimln arrive at
Colnmhiwat )2:M in. 11:15 a.m. finn":60 a. m
lerPalaoa Day nnd 'Sleeping: Cars
-.On Alt Train: .
. "0 " iPKVIn? Oolunilma at Sitt rt to, on
Sunday, ntna throujli irlthoitt rletontlnn, Tiv
both Erlo nn-l Xer York Cnntral Rullwavi.
arrltlnirnt New York on Monday- mnrulna'at
:0 A.M. "
for partmiilar -Informntlrm ln"'Vtirard to
throliKh tlckoH, tlnm. conrrortfono, Vtc, to all
Stilnta Boat. Weal. Xnrth ami South, apply to
radareuB- FiRri.riolumhin,Ohlo.
K. . PT..ITP. Ren, Sitnerlntenilolik
.i.tMRft PATncnaoHi
' ' Onn. Agent, Ooluriibun, 0.
cr-;r.;n3 r'vtn, .-.j4,..
. P.i',srtfr Arm, Co1itratiin,f,
- v, .' - . 1 .
Indianapolis Railway. Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIME TABLE
Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12M.
Tbroneh Car
Prom CZtVmm (via Athena) to POETSMOniB
Over tho Caln'mbni 4 Hocking Valley and ,
' Mlrlfl.tS & Clnolnnatl Sail Roail.
fell
Oolnn East.
Weat.
Ko. i .ixo.n
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firovepiirl,. . . tfM,;4S7!
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wliiclit'Ktcr.. ,4 aw
f.unralHr. lHr,l A '2
MelHonvllle 0:.VI
'liiyilenvlllc7:10
SuirnrUrove Wm l 4
IiKan II IT Oil
lKn... ..71
Sukhi OroVl'7:M
.:Mii:ilHU'r . .0:13
Vinclieier H:f)il
llnyilonvliio ii m ;i'j
il.irllln.. If Mil 0 41
Siii I tin . r.M.ian! IMl:
(i-noport . .0:17
Atliuus T2i,
lUiltiinlnm.. .:')
Car on the P:r.5 A. M. Trultl mm throncli to
rortiiiontli wllhotit elianiro.nrrlvlnn at MoAr
thnr nt at 2:r.2 p. nr.: ami Car forlhe8: P. M.
Trnlu fitmi IVirtftmontli for Coliiiiilms arrive
nt Ah: A r nil rat 12:30 P. N. .
f;insciimnrl on nindo at Laneaster forlli-
olpvillc. Z iiiV.Kvllf. and nil nolnU'aii tli'e Cln-
ciniiHtl MiiskiiiKiim Valley HiiIIwhv.
Dlroct conneclliiil inaitoati'olnmbna forDny
ton, Ktrliijrilcl(T, InrllnnniioIlK, t'lilcn)r.o, and all
poinU nst; nisi), Inn Icri'lniul, null no, j'iiin
iiiii'H. riiiluilelpliia, New York, umliill point
I'.lHl.
( onnr-etlonn made at Locon nv Ivith Trnlna
with nil Trniim for Rtraitsvllle and all pninte
on thcStinltsvlllo Ilrnni'li,
J, . DOIIEKTY,
HupcrinlciHluiit.
K. A. ItfEt.lr.?n'lTli'liet Au't: , .
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II Ooins
KANSAS Sc MISSOURI
. -VIA- '
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS TRA'IHS . DAILY O
O. s RUN THROU&H FR01I'' O
!
Tiit: oino & Mississippi
Owned and operated liyoiipfonipany from Tin.
rinniui in nr. iaiuis. inert'lorn pnsMenj-eif arc
1 ' I: IC ol l.clnir .-.iii rlerUliroiiuli irllhotituhaiifre
of calf
THUS AVOIDING
the possibility incident tootlmr routea (which
are niiulc up ofKi'vei-nl abort rnnU) of miesinu
connci tioHti, and anliJuetliiK Iheir paKeiigvn to
iiaKi-i'eiii)iei'iiiiiiKei.
Families and Others Seeking1 Homes
In the rich Ttilley and on the fertile prnlvlrs of
k clem iMi-sniiii. Ivinans. .Nebraska. Ciln-ado.
or tlieinoi-o ilUlnnt jStatuofl iillfoiliia, will roll-
itill th-lroH ii iiiloivst hy.MilliiiKOiiorailui'cna
Inn tlie uuderalKiinl, Coiitrnetliig Agent, nn i
lontr I'ctidonce in thu n'Oatem i-onntry hnnm-
inllMi'Uuil him Willi inn nt loniliticn.
This Ronta ia 37 milci Shorter than
via InuiiinajioUi.
T UK Gift EI TICKETS
0:in be purr.hnied nt nil the Principal Tlckel
DiUccs ol i; inni-ciing Lines, nod in ('lui-hiiiali
at tne uviicrui miiccs ni tne k.onipaii) , .
! I1 Vine Slreef, "
Broadway, Corner Front Street,
Main Street. COrner Leve, and nl tie
pot Foot of Mill Street,
EDWARD GALLUP,
I'ontiactliiif u aenger AgeuL
nn Viiw St., uiKinii"ii, Ohio.
FOR LOUISVILLE
And The
SOUTH!!!
.VIA
OHIO AND 3IISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
The completion of (he I,onlville DlvUlon o1
tills ro:nliiiul the apli'iulld equipment tor paas
vncr tr.ivcl inakua tlii the
BEST ROUTE TO LODISYILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
8outh a ii ii SoiithonKt.
OIlLKVOiML s J liA IXS
O Daihj.
With I'lroct Ci'Uiu'i-tliins 1'iiiin UiQ Kiat for
Louisville Without Change of Carsl
Thla lathe only road whoso troliiHlenveCln
c.lninili ami unsiiunKiiraui'H ilc.lvied at cIcpulH.
hotels or rcsliluiieca In l.uiiifvl le FKKK,
Atk-for Ticket a via Ohio ti Miss,
and take no others.
TIIROlIairTICKETS
Lull be pun-liiiseilat all the
Principal Ticket Offices cf
CONNECTING LINES, AND IN
CIITCIlSr.ITATI,
At tho fionernl Offlecanf (hei Compnny
I 1 i VIiHK STREET,
r liroaJw(iiir Cornet: .Fro.n$ Rtiret,
.' J '.' . ! Stain St., cor. t.evce. ' '
and 'at tho.. .Depot, .lout, of Mill. Street.
Edward Gallup, ; " ", .
';f, ' ContraothiK Pnwenjrer Ajrent,
;i .... v to Vina St , ( Incliinnll. fiblft
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
''. The OrantThnnith Midland Kxpreai r'son
ucrl.lii"! to Ht l.ouU, Knnaaa City. PI. Jiweph.
Penver, hii Krnnniseo, anilitll piiliit In Mihauii;
rl. Kiin-aaaiid Colorado. ....
The uliortest and only direct rnnto to Indian'
ap:lln. f.afuyettc, Terro llnnl-, ( iniibrldire City,
HiirlnKli'ld, I'eoi-lo, mirlfitKtnii. t IiIoiiko, Mil
wnukeo, St. Paul, and ull polula I fa the-.Morlh-
"'rlifl rnillaniirinlla, Clnelnnnll and Lafayette
Riillinad, with ll ennneetlona, itnwairnra paa
ennera nioro facllillei In Tlnonirli Com and
lcuilnu Car Kei vlcfl than than any oth. r line
from Cincinnati, having tlio utlviintniro nl
TIii'iiiikIi Dallv OiiriioniOlnclnnialtof't. Uinta,
Knnaaa Clly, Rt. .loacpli, Peoiln, HnrlliiKton,
()lilc.ii(f . Oiiniha, and nil Intormeillnto nolnta
pivaenliiig to ColoiilftH and Famillea alien eiiin
lorta and noeoiiiiilnilnlivnt ai ai affurded l)
nontbrriiilP.
- ThrntiKh Ticket mid TJag-gnga Checki to all
polnta. ...
. Tralna !eaT Olnclnnall at 7:00. .(:10r. :
6:O0f. m., and ICiWP.M. .
'I'lckeita ran iro obtalrlnl at No, 1 Burnet
HO'iae. nnrner Third and Vine: Ptthllo limlltiR,
earner Wnln and Hleralii,- lit Ivmit, corner
Plum anil Pearl l leeta.Cino.lnniit I, . .
He aiiro to pmvlinart tl.-kcta rln IndUnapo"".
Olnelnniitl and Lafayette Ha II mad, 4
- n TIckatAir't. Inrlliinauolla
. 0. T, SfooBB, p .Cincinnati. .
.' - ForAUWho Ecaa,'-, ".!
We. ran wltfinnt' fiealtntlon.Taoomtnend AI.
DEN' HKADY HOOK nTNliRRaa the heat wa
navef.eroan ftif tli piii-poaea hitnndeil, It
ffrvnt errnvftnlefieav pterreut adaptation in an
many ':inaanil tin ty Inar price will certain
lr hriiwj Ii leto'nimon. It m- unlvtraal li.c.
feci a'Ui'il! cnicnt,- . . , u-ly ,.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD. NOTICE
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD. NOTICE —OF—
INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
NOTICE lalierelir given, In pflrKoaiice of law,
ortlic J u trillion of ilic Coinniiiuiuiicrsof Vinton
county, Ohio, to Inilld I
nil
; . ,: .:.:: . : acroea ., ...... -..t ,
Honey Fork of . Big Ilrtccoon .Creek,
At tho croifctrtifof the 3fe Arthur 4 KelarrnVlilo
Itoiitl. near the . reidciTc-of Vjllian Fee In
Swan Towusliip, and that . " '
Petitions -fur -and -
- ., Remonstrances. Against
The hulldliifr of Ifio anmo will he nnnaldercd If
II led In the Auditor'a Olttcf of said county, on
or before '
' ''." .1
Saturday, the 2.Vt Day of November ,'
y ' A.JJ. 1871.
Ilv order of Commissioner! '
- 1IKNUY ItF.YNOT.nS,
Oc,t.2S,IH7Mir Auditor Vinton CO.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
MIlLIONS Bear Testimony to the
Wonderfnl Oarailva Elleels of
n. WALKEK'S CALIFOHrjIA
J.waura Pr.prl.w. R II. Melioiaui Co., nranlrti 4
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at)Vaejii 01 jx J" ""IA ',1ooao -4a aHVi
p4na nunpay jnoX qitM
boa" jj jx 10 eniA a,;oo4(j via SHVI
Jp40 jo ino at qnataoiQ
inoi j xjo eaiA e,oo4o -jq
wadeda.fQ
jno.C oino m htx JO SNIM ftHOOHO aa
FLORAL GUIDE for 1872,
CONTAIN ISO aenty.two paa;e nnd Two
BKarriri-fH)i,oBitn Pi.atm piealjr llliia-
nairo. ariTing plain etitectlnfia for me eultlva
tlon of aetirlv aTitmiHAaiVAivTir nf klnur.
era and Vegetables. Kull huiuid . with vnur
, fiimif in k"W Jt'H pum, in Aovn.iror, ftij ct
I'lAllaia JUIUilr Mlj4 tlla aa.il(iaal I A fC a.
'CAMuinrii or hmiy nin.uaj ,imr ar.rn for
rhii-pinniiiiK, now ready anUaent froo to all ap
)llcunta.. ,. Addriwa,-,. ... ,., . .. , ....
. .. M.U. UKYN'OLfiH,
JMm. Roe-heater, N. Y.
nETTINO MARRIEp. -Eaya; for
V.a Idiiiiu Mun.on Kieat 'tiOWA.l KV ll-H and
.V lltJHKS, wliloh IntAtilero with MAHHIAC.R-
with nine muiviii ol relief for the Krring and
tTnforlnnato, diiHaaotl and tlehilitnted. .Sent
froo, in aralmt eiiTelonoi., Addreaa, MO A' A HI)
ammuuia XIU.N, No. it o. ninth SU, t'hUadelihla,
Pav . it.: ...-' :.. nol .
" ' .' Our New tlat of,' ..":' , '.
Tobearlven tnthe liiliivadgnl aubarrlberaof the
OH HI OI'M'T A iui v", to,., IlW.n.FU. n oii.j.it.-
mlnma, of wliloh H.UWI la tho largest and $2 tlio
inict In talnovaml the total labia of all ia
- , m.. a ...it, i .. . 1 arte. H 1
iii.unii,-. eenu mr a apeeimen copy or ' ,
The' piMMdtiv : Weekly finquir-ery
V With or Ttti, plranliifn 'Kprt ' 1
ynimiuMiPAMPMikf, . .
"nLRTr)' Maiibi.cr(berncomH) tiarflclpanit'
In (he dlafnbutlofi olotir prernlumS. Addreaa
- Jr A RA J av Jinlr.A PubllHhera, ,
Clnclanatl.il.
r i J'.' V . ; T , (.- IK' r ; vj 4i;-
TIMES FOR HOLBffifr COURTS
Seifili Jicial Mlcl'of .Ho,
rOK TIIEVEAR , 1.979.,
TY AtlTITOniTY K I, AW, the nndnral(ra-
I Tl .. .. a tf.i... .1 l-'. Ul..na
of iherveitflJmli:lHl DUtrint of Ohio, order
inm tneTiini mr iiumitiK muir ui win-
iiiwii j n:un nuti i'iei,i iuv vint"i w" --- -"
CouDtiaa of said Mstrlct, be nxedaa follows, lor
the year ISTf: , .-. I i-.i. .
- r District Court. ;
Waslilnxtnn, April llth).
MeiKa, April l'dli: 5 f'V''-"
Oullia, April lth . j - ,
Lawrence. April ill)' ' ! ' ' a '
Scioto. April fcltllj . . !
Pike.Aprtlfttthf ' ( "l ' ' '
i-ei ry, AUijiisi 111 ; ..
Kill ill old, August 27th:
JIockltiK, AUKiliitHlHj i ,
h thena, rjepleinbcr l I
Vinton, buptetiiuer villi , '
Jackauu, Depteinber lUill. ' ? '
ommon Pleas CotUts.1
: ' v 1st Sub-Ditinio'hi-": i
Perrr, .fanuary S9tli,"May Ith, Oetrtber lt. ' '
Hocklnjc. February lStla, May 50tk, October 15th
Fail-Held, jllarch 4th, June Sd.Ocliber 2th.
2nd Sub-Divisito.:
I.awrcnre, January 29th, May.Uh, September
17th. i
Scioto, March 11th, Juno 3d Oclnlior CBth.
v nuon, f euiunry um, juav un, soptemncr
nth. i i
.Tnckson, March 4tli. SlavSJth.tetober lBth-
l'ike, April Snd, June 24th, November lillh.
:- 3d Sub-Livisicn :
Athena, MarcMth. Mit DOIh. Jtovemhcr 1st.
WiiKhinctnn, March 4th. Mat Kftll, OctoberMft
mbirh, t ubriitiry 5th, AprU Win, September
IMth. i
Gallia, February lOlh, Miy 1311., October 18th.
W I ffieai on r howls, this 13tli dav of Septem
ber, A .,1871.
SI LAS H. VVRIOllT.l Judgea of
K. A (JlirHHIE, 7th Judicial
W. R. I.OUMIS, , V Diitrictof
JVC) Pi PI.YLEY,! ( Ohio.
W. W. JOHNSON J
THE STATk" OF OHIO, I
VlNTO.I COPKTT. SS.
I, Clf AKM9 VT. llof.XANn, clerk of the Court of
t oninion i-ici.-in nmi ror ine cuniyann
Slate afoieaaid, do hereby certify the forego.
log to be a true' copy of the order fixiiialhe
Times tor holding Court! In tho Ith Juillcliil
Ilistriet of Ohio, lor the Year 1R7I.
4j.WITNKS! my aljfnutnre and aeal of
ibsto aitin unnrt, tins loin uay oi ucvouvr,
NCTJ' a. i' inn.
II AHI.ES W. HOLI.AM-),
October 18, lttil-lliv i Clerk,
gHERIFitS SALE.-
Htnte of Ohio, Vinton County, aa. '
Mnry Jjinili, Plaintiff,
naliiit
.Tnhn ft Wnvpi t.t nl. flefendnnta.
Ill Vinton County Court of Common Pleas.- dr
der of Sale.
Puranunt to the command of an Order of
Hale in Iho above cause leaned Irom Uie( ourt
of Common Pleas of Vinton county, nnd to me
directed ns Short rt'ol's;iid eountv, I will offer for
mile nt the door nl tlie Court House, in the town
of MoArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 27th. Day of November,
A.D. 1871,
at tho hour of !) o'clock I'. M.'of nld day, (he
fnllnwliw described premise, lo-wit:
lU'piiihinii Ml the Corner Htone of (be Sottth-E:i-t
Corner of Out-lot Nuiubor' Kour 4.) in
Kubbins' Addition to the t'.wn if llamdcn. In
the county of Vinton, nnd state lit Obln: thence
i-umlnfl'uc w.-at to tlr1rm-iir..uniU of file
MiiricttH Cincinnati K.iilrond Company':
thence with their liretii the Not-th-Enst enrner
of caid Depot (irounda; thence K.:ist to S.iiniirl
Tnrr'a line: thonce North to the place of heHin
niii. ciintiiininK lib nt Tlirce-louitha of an
acre, more or lcm. iieoorilliiK to the Town Pint,
on which lot is erected ii
i STEAM FL0UHIN0 MILL.
TuUen as the property of John R. Hover, at.
al. to aiiiiai'y adci'i eii of the ufoi-osald Court in
favor of Si'.hdder A C.
Appraised ut one thousand three hundred nnd
twenty-live dollar. (1,845 00.) and must briny
tnn-tliiidsnf that jBiini.
Term of Sale. One-half cash nn Ihe day ol
tale; and ono-huli'iit at x mouth', with interesl
Irom day ol sale.
TUNtKT. r.OOTll.
5lieritt' Vinton Co.
M I. Clark, AtCy for Sc.hilder Co,
tiiitoher S, lb71-ftiT-l:l'i
J. D. Wilkinson's Estate.
rrolinte Court, A'lnton Connty, Ohio.
XTHTICK ia herebv Bivon that Harrison
il Wilklnaon, Administrator of the entire of
J. D. Wilklnaon. deceased, haa herein nled his
iicconntiwlth wild estate for partinl settlement,
and that the henrinn of Ihe aaine la set for the
3d day of Ueceniber, ncxteiisnliiir. ot 10 o'clock
A.M.
.ji. it. aio xvi.
Xor. 0,ln71-4t.
Proflate JikIkc.
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereby (rtren that .lonoph SI.
Foreman, Adniinltrttorof liarltl Foreman
dec.eaaed, who, in hi. lifetime, Was Adminis
trator of Robert Welch, deceased, has filed tils
account in tho said Court as Administrator of
said A Inilniatrntor for final wttloment: and
Hint thosiiinn will hn for henriiiron the 25th of
Noveinuer, ion, at 10 a. m.
, H. R MAYO,
- November 1, 187I-41 Trobate Jtidgo,
Samuel C..Casc'$Estitte.
, rrobntn Court, Ylnton County, Ohio.
NoTICI'.la hereby Rlv.n that William Cold,
Administrator of the Estate (of Samuel 0
Case, has filed hrs account, with laald estate In
Iho Proimte Court for dual sottlement: nnd that
the same la set for hearing nn the SSth day of
November, l7l, at luo'cloc k a. si.i
- II. B. MAYO.
November MSTlt . Proba.e Judge,
DIVORCE NOTICE.
XM McKNIOMT Is hereby notified that Mnr-
rj iinret JuneNKdvnlKhtrtliU ca tne imntiay
of October, A. 1871, tile her petition, In the
ofllce of tho Clerk of the Court of Common
Plena,, within and for the County of ' Vinton,
and State nt' Ohio, clinrginir, the mid Ell Mo
Knlttbt with adultery with one Catharine
Starklo, ami asklmr that she may be divorced
from theaiiid nil McKiibzht. and for nllniony s
whlrli petition will bo lornearin at tno pres.
ent (October 1S7I) term of aald Court, which
new atunds nljuurncil nniu , jtoveuioor aim,
A. JJ. -1871 ' -jji A no A It ET J A f cK N 10 11T. "
lly l. 11, Snivel, her Attorney.
October 18, 1S71-6W
Wi limn IIroiviis( Estate.
Probnta Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOT1CJ5 la hereby given that Mra. Eliulicth
itrntvn. KviTiitrlit of tho laMt will and testa
ment 'of VVillinm Brown, deceased, hni flled
hpv..ln her Accniuita with aaid estate for flllsl
aettleinont; and that the licarinfrol the same la
art for the Dili day oI'DucenilMtr. 1871, at II o'
dock A. M ! ... . ,11. 11, MAYO,
November IB, 1871-11 ' rrouate dmige.
Road Notice.
NOTtCK ia hereby that a petition will tiepro
onii.it to tha :onitnlasloncri of Vinton
county, Ohio, at tholr next regular aosslon In
Iiccetnlier, ldt, proving for the eatabltshinont
of aaountv i-oad along the following rontc, to-
witi HeginnlngHtapoiiiioat.neoBniy roaa
rnnnlnir imst the Centenary Meetiuc I Ionic, at
or iiearNald houses thence south or nearly so to
the line between John f). Hawk 2.1 and Margar
et Dnnklei thonce east with said line a near us
may be practicable for a good road to or noar
an oak treei thcuee In a mnth-eaitorly dlren
l .n iaat. two oak trees to or near a auirnr tree
on the line between Margaret Dunkleand Ilea-
y Weatcoat itnencoiamin wnn aain line or noar-
o to a -iii trnat thenoe In aaouth-eaaterlv
itti-nrti.in to a mini tree near the Hun borwoon
Wllllnm llnrrn. and Henry Weatcoat:' thence
In asotiih-enstcrly direction ever tho nearest
i.H Ka.1 mma tn a no I nt near two beech treca
oa the coiliity'road running east anrt.wt thto.
the and f l.ae ayeil. una g ie. anqt nere to ean.
,v ' MANY PKl'ITIONEIlfSt .
November 1,18?. ll- . . ' ; J j , .',
Ln'ck 1 ii' ever'waitiiiif- .for
something to turn up.'. Jnlior,
with keen-eyes nrM strong will,
will, turn nj potneilniigr. Luck
lies in bt'd ami wishes the post
man would bring him-news of
a; legacy 'Labor tnrtTs oat' at
six o,clock and with' lmsy pen
or ringing hammer, lava tlie
J a . ,t
loiinaation, ot. a -vompetence.
Luck. whines. ., Lalior, whistle'.
Luck relies on elmneeR. Labor
n character. L'ick slipmlown
ward to indolence. Labor stri
des upward and 'to indepen
dence.. , , r ' ,
..... ....... .l!Lli .
L xTh ey ih ave an art retip.,wn.y ,of
iloing I lungs . in, iNew; l oi k
when a, luan sieais. .A man
there recently stole, a rvolver
and pawned it for bread for his
child that was lying very low
with' small-pox; Jle was
mmediately seut to the Peni
tentiary. . The sheriff sent
Tweed a note that he would be
arrested at. such a tune, and
hoped it would not materially
discommode him. It h all ow
ing to how much a man steals
there whether he- is treated
civilly. He that stealeth much
shall" be respected and have all
the liberties he want?,- but he
that stealeth little shall be sent
to the penifentiaryseems to be
a part of the laws ot that great
city. . : - . .
An old man of seventy, liv
ing near Newport, Indiana,
quarreled with his .wife, and,
taking down his shot gun, an
nounced that lifi would commit
suici'de forthwith.' He .went
into the yard, lain clown on
the gi'oniid Where he couhl be
-"eeii from a front window, fired
the' gun off iii the air,.and rem
ained' motionless for- an hour,
during which' tinv he Blyly
watched the dooi: nnd win-
utw fur the- nyipeariUK-e ' of hi
griet-stnckerr wite.- "Jiiit he
wa sadly mistaken,", s-iys the
old genlleinan's home' p.tper.
"They did not come out to sec
whether he had blown' the top
of his head oft or not. Th'u
was more than the man could
stand. ' lie rose tip, went into
the house, and made thing
hot for the old wortwtri mid the
children .f"r a while.-. He'd
liow them whether they would
come out when he had killed
himself."
The Chicago Germans ex
press themselves disgusted at
the. niggardly gifts or"-Emperor
William nnd the Grown Prince
to the sufferers by the great fire
and indignantly ; fling . them
back in their faces with a small
donation of their own thereunto
appended for distribution to
the maimed German soldieus
of the Franco-Prussian war.
Looking a gift horse in the
mouth .is another Chicago
peculiarity; but in this case,
considering that Chicago furn
ished a pretty generous sum to
the German sick and wounded
during the" war, and that one
thousand thalers' from the
Kaiser and five hundred from
the Crown Prince are all their
returns for the same, we don't
doubt that they are righteous
in their . indignation. '
The small-pox. in. Philadel
phia., according to Washington
gentlemen of reliahility.origiiia-
tea in the use ot bniiaio robes
formerly' worn by the Piesran
indians when they were aHlicted
with'tbat dread disease. . If the
statement is at all true, it is to
be hoped the mercenary wretch
who sold the robes originally
has received his fust proportion
of the epidemic. ' - :
The French v heart is in it-
Anrtr rmcP ninrp' A Tllot hflS
been nnearlhed"l)y which' the
restoration of the Napoleon
dynasty 1 has been ' frustrated.
If there H'-ono - thingjlmoie
than! another that :, fills the
thA Wench heart with iov it is
-to be everlastingly involved in
i . 1 ' i . - v.f.-V ..' :iit
plots ami pjiiiiiciu nyu.-ii,i,,!i',
The Chicago Fire.
Nothing has been more' re
markable than the different
view1 taken of' the causes w'liich
led' to tlie ternbhV -'Chicago
lire."
' N'ot'n'few hare stated that
was a'pfinlnhthent sent by' Ood,
rta'a virtitation'on-theHinsof the
Chicago people,- but' as many
persons; purely innocent, stran
gers to and ninre temporary
sojourners in Chicago, suffered
equally (some or them death)
with those whom' this class of
denouncers called the Chicago
sinners, ' both therel ry ; experi
encing the '"divine wrath, ' this
theory o"'wf'T)unishm'ent
may reasonably he doubted.
Q'lite a dispute took place
recently between two persons
on this subject. Said one: .
"1 look iiport-tiie'cre.-it hre,
sir, as a' punishment sent' by
God cn the Chicago people for
their wickedness.''
41 Well," said the other, "Did
you help any of the sufferers
by the Chicago fire?" . '
"Ye, sir," was tlie reply,1
"I did help all I could.' I? con
tribnted .freely, Veally' more
than I was able, to the suffer
ers." .
"Well tlicn, if it' was intend
ed an a punishinent sent by
God on those people," by what
right did you interfere With
help to mitigate the punish
ment lie had inliiclett What
business had you to interfere
with bis purposes?"
The believer in "divine
wrath" had1 no more to say.
Rev. Herman Bisbee, pastor
of the TJniversalist' church at
St Paul, Minn:,- has driven a
one-horse carriage,, with five
people in it, a distance of l ,"i00
milts from Luke lVfemprema
s;o to t he Falls of St, Anthony.
The cavriajn? lield.ont as well
as the horse, and the latter, "a
Morgaii'mare, with a sprinkling
ot French blood in her veins,
trotted into thy streets- of St.
Paul, after her achievement, as
if she had merelv taken a ' Av
er" from Central Park to ILir-
lem. Mr. " Bisbee was forty
five days on the road,, and so
averaged a little more than
thirty-three miles a- day. The
expense ho says, proved to be
the same as by rail an esti
mate,-we suppose, which omits
provisions. .Ihese, he adds.
were usually excellent, and he
was surprised to find so many
good hotels in obscure corners
tt tbe count vy.
The next report of the Com
misgioner of Pensions will con
tain the following carefully
eompiled estimate of the total
number of sold iters Who served
by enlistment, re. enlistment,
and in the militia, during the
wars m which the United
States has benn engaged :' Iev-
olutionary war,- 275.0D0; sec
ond war with Great Britain,
527,611: Seminole war, 5,913;
Black Hawk war, ,03l; Flor
ida war, 129,1)03; Creek distur
bances 12,48.1; i Cherokee dis
turbances, 3,936; Kew 1 York
frontier -disturbance in 1838
arid .Canadian rebellion 1,128;
Mexican, war, 73,2i0) and the
Great Rebellion, 2,688,523.
. The death of the veteran
billirfrd player, Michael Phelan,
recalls his great game' of 2,000
points with Seereiter in 1859.
The stake was $(0,000, and as
letting ran hiflrh, over 1,000,-
OOO changed hands on the re
sult. 1 Phelan won by ninety
six points, and for a time stood
at the head of the profession.
r. , ' 1 '.. 4mtm i '
The Swedes in Georgia; it is
reported,' are not satisfied with
their new homenot being able
to endure the climate of that
region.; They complain there
is too much sun ' and too little
ice. The planters are talking
of sending to 'Italy for their
laborers.'- ' ' ---i ; - ' i
Grant giyes flye dftys to pre
pare for martial law and thirty
days for thanksgiving.' : -
:.iPoor Irelnrwl! hna rallied'b" '
tne relief of the Chlcasufffer
ers." . CiMTesp6n'(nU,uifoiit'ln
that' meeting hare l)r?cn- ld
thrdfjgliotit hh coniitry '. irt-i all
of wliieli'm'eWdf different class
es ahd ereeds have oorne" fb-".
get lier to extend' the hand of
help" to' diir1 inTirtrihate.c6iiii-r
tryinen.- f Ireland is not riri-grateful.-.
Her people emen'v
ber the. n,wfnl .famine! in' tfid
year of '17',: when the United
plates iioined its breadstuYrV
into Irish ports foi the .suffer
ing inhabitarits of; the island
Now she 'responds tb'the fullest
extent' of, lier, ability , t(; aid
Chic';gal.";Tlii ac'tjioiv.of.' r Ji'e
land calls to, inind1 also' tjie
couise.of Paj-is. The .Preitcli
capital, not withstanding',. .the
evils, sufferings sb'el'ha9"u'nder
gone within the lat twelvo
inoirtli!1", came forward with lier'
mite to swell the 'contributions
whicb fi-otn'alinost e-eiy clime
came pouring iiv to 'help the af
Meted1 of the Garden Citv of
the West. , .
Th'ctb' is a' needle fa'tttoryin
New Haven where the whole
process is done by a. single ma
chine," without the' manual" fa-
bor of 'any person. A cod-of
steel wire . is pnt' in.- It cuts
it off at the leqiiired lengths.
It cnts-tlTe steel .pieces couscc-utively,-punches
the eye holes,
counter-sinks the eves nnd
grinds the point", and, in fact,
does everything until the nee
dle drops out completely formed.-
Another machine picks
thenr up and arranges them
heads and points together, and
a third piece of mechanism
puts tnem info paper. One of
these machines occupies ,no
more space than an ordinary
table; arid each: of,, them1 turns
out from thirty-to forty thou--and
needlesr i' day. Most of
the needles hitherto in use have
been imported from England
until a few years past. They
were niaJe mainly at Redditch,
in Worcester. . The business
employs about four thousand
persons, chiefly females, who
are paid weekly from thirty-six
cents for" small cliMdren to nine,
dollars and fifty, cents for
skilled labor.-
Oho of the repulsive features
of President Grant,s moro
recent career, according to tho
New York Sim, is his pecuni
ary meanness. He , not only
takes presents and increases his
large fortune in tmvttvanuer,
but he is- very meant, rllere,
for instance, is his son, who has
just, been edncated. at West
Pointi at the pnWitf Cost, and
who holds a commission as an
officer of the army.- First tho
young man had a jeatfe of ab
sence to go into the service of
a railroad company, drawing
hfs pny as an' oflrcef and his sal
ary as an engineer at the samo
time. Now he is going- to
Europe, but his father does not
pay the bills, as other men' do
when their sons-travel abroad.
The traveling expenses of thin
young man are to be paid J by
the people of ' the - United
States. He' Ijorderod for sham
duty in &irope, ftlu i thin
suffices to secure full payfor him
just as though he was really in,
service here 'at liome. in is is
not only an offensive preceding
because it is bestowing a special
favoi1 noon President and hi
son at the expense of the peo-
pie,' but it is also exceedingly
mean. In tact, it amounts' to
bbtainjng ; money,, n ber "falso
pretenses, and to taking wuat
btelongs to the peopb' 1 '
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm . .,
Enfflish lirussels carpets are
now wholesaling in New York
for -two dollars per yard;
American imitation of interior,
quality coSt3 two' dollars, and
twenty (five- cents. So ravch
for protection. ; ,, , . 'r -i
Thy economy of our General
Administration i&shown in thin
that in 187', ve; received $,
850,000 from thesalfl of public
lands, and iiaid . Sl.779.G80 'fcr
Loollect ing i t. ', ,Th i was S3; per
Mit.

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