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M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIOV))YEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1872.
f J. V. BO WEN, I
I Pulluhor and Proprietor.
ll.OO'PEltYEAEit
I XaAdvaict.
VOL. G.
NO. 4:
mm.
Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
On and after Nov. 19 , 1S71, Trains -will
run nsfollowa:
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:o : : : : : ' ;
: 9 ; : : : : : :
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tt eiw ctNnnpi a to w
:g : : : : : : :
; I ! ; ' '
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L2
1 INCIN'N ATI K.I'Uf,-S will l ull dully
All othir I mlii (liiily, rxivpi. Muniiiy.
. i.UXflN'SA'I'I KXl'KKSrt KAST make no
iiop Ket, trean Ilnnidcn a net Atliom.
Per tsutoutli BrancU.
: Mull. Aw.nmoiiUon,
D. tfni:len
L r'r. Pnrtmnnuth
iVri. lorim'n'CU
Ar'v. .lidtSDii
Hairi'luri
1.451'. u. 6:00 A.M.
S.94 7.0 "
4.4'J " Irt.W "
D.15A. M. ) --30 V. M.
11:05 ". 8:i9 "
115 P.M. ft.H) "
Traia Coauact at Lof oJaud
to-1 polnti 0'i tli l.il.tlc Miimt I! ''ilroivl. and
Kt ilia Indi.mipoli. A lluciiiiiall Knilroad J uuo
lion lor ill poiuu W Btl.
W. W; PS4T10PV,
Ifttfttref Tiinjorl(ttion.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
East and West. Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On ml ftir Monday, Notember l'J, Trains
will run mi loiinvM :
I t'in'inli
Moil
Erprfn.
XASTTVAHD.
I Cxprrti
Lint.
Ucpait..
Purki"lmrfj ...
nnilii'rlMiid....
liiniar'i r'arry.
6 1ft Am
i 1:1 Pin
II 00 Pm
8 Oft Am
1 (K) Pm
4 45 Put
4 05 "
ftli "
II 3U "
C 15 Am
ft SO Pin
2:011 Am
044
YasliiutotiJuUc'fi. 5 30
8:3U "
8:M '
10:00 '
....... Am re
Dnltimors
vVulilntfln
1'liilHilolpliia
Hew Vork
TT!'HVAltD.
1 Depart
n m
11 (V) "
'2 33 Am
flu
1 :?u Pm
1:40 Am
New York illSOPm
l'lilladelnlila I 4 00 Ain
H SO Am
(1:21) Pm
1 45 I'm
18:04 Am
S:45Pm
WmIiI-kUiu 7 4S
3IM "
iii! im
4 25 "
7 Vi "
11 ()4 '
7K5 "
Btlllimiie 8 50
8:00 1
8:20
111:011
.......Arrive
WHsliluirtou Jnnu'll. 017
Jturper'i Ferry.... 12 03 Am
Cuinbur'.and 1 Mo I'm
4:49 Am
i'urVfvannrir P2
ft :2"
Pullman Falaot Dmwintr Room Sloiiln? Cars
!W'hich ureal omfortHlila. oloirnntly fiii'iii.lioil,
and nlinniteiiuiil to R 8re-ililo, are on all 'J ilting
trotii iinidiiiiiiiM 10 liiiiiimura nnu viisniiii,'ioii.
iKtSclteiluleof Marluira and Cimdnnall Kail
way fur time of arriving and departing from
We Arthur.
TI10 nd vantasea of this route overall other
li, Unit it clvo nil triivulerj liolilini tliroiiKh
ticknta the privilege of vliltlnur lliiltiniore,
j-iiHaueipiiia, mm 1110 .aiionai uapiuu tree.
Time quicker and rates of fare loivor than by
any other line. .
Tlioaeenery aloni? this llallwny ia not equaled
for grandeur oil tlii Continent.
TO SHIPPERSOF FREIGHT
., Tills line Qfier anporior Indiiceinent.t the
TutCH-liHtig oue -till rd Ion or to mid from Jloston,
etr York, or any othor Kaatorn point. In or
aarlng iftinilii of any docrlpHnn from the I Oast
frirouirietioni to ship tin llaltlinore A: Ohio
It. U.,and Inshipnlii'i F.nsl KlvcSiUiio directions.
JfraiBUtSKlilpiieil bv till routowlll liuvo ilea
jutcli, and lie liandlud Willi earn and aave
llilnpora nim-lt monwy. J. L. TVIt.soM,
MHKterTrananorlatiuu, Kaltlniore.
C.II.BLANOHAIIII, ,
Un. Frolylit Ag't, BaltlmnrB.
L. iM. COT.B,
S. B. JOJfES, Gen. Ticket Au't. llaltlinore.
Uun, Pass. As't., Oinalnuuli.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY To all Points West, Northwest
and Southwest.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
IJlASAVOLUt
TI10 Groat Thronali Mall and' Eicprcan Pnfi.
amiKer Mno to bl. I.oiiIh, Kanaaa City, 8t.
.loNopli, Don ver, 8nn Pmnclsc.o, and nil points
In Mlsiourl, Kiumna anil Culorailo.
Tho tlmrteat and onlydiroct routolo Indian
I poli. Liifnvetto. Timtu lliuttit, Oambrldno
City, Spriiigllidd, Peorlii, llurlliiKton, (Jlilc',
Milwaukee, St. Paul, uud all point in tho
Nortliwiist.. ...
TI10 lndliuiapnllgjOlnclnnntl and Ii'ifarotto
Railroad, with ll connections, now oilers paa
mniror niorofacllltlcH In Tliroiicli O01u.l1 and
?,looplun Car Hovvlcc than uny ollio rlii icnn
llnclnnall, Inivlnij tho iiilviiiitiiifa o I 'I hou
Daily Oars from Oliiclnna'l to St. l.onl, Kan
aatdlty.Ht. .Iiwnph, I'coria.lliirlliiKtdn.t hlcn.to,
O111 'ilia, mid all Intermediate polnta. presenting
to 0 iloniula and l'Hmiliea audi comforta and
ncciiinniodalloiu us nro itflorded by no other
route, '
ThroiifihTlckstflanil Bugnge Olioclci to u,l
PTrvm leave Cincinnati at 7:30 A.M., 3;00 l
U , and ;0O P. M.
Tickets can Im obtained nt Xo. 1 Burnet
lt:m8, corner Third and Vluei Publlo Land
1'iijT, corner Main and Hlvert uUu, nt Depot,
corner l'liim nud Pearl Htrnsta. Oinclnimtl,
lie ante to pnrc.liime tickets via Indianapolis,
Cincinnati und LaruyotlcllOiilnud.
. J K. I.OItl). (;! l,.UAUItIllKll,
Clilef Ticket Work, Muutcr Trnnspoi tiulou,
Clucluuatl.' Ciiielniiali,
of
At
Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
, On tinil lifter jicuciuljer lutli, 1UV1, Trains will
run ks luiiuwo:
Dfimrt.
Depart
2::u r, m.
A rrtnt.
tiM v M.
2:W A. li
ft (10 "
7:30 "
7:50 P. M.
7:;tl "
8:30 "
UM "
a ao a. v.
Ii:30 "
Athenn..
0 JO A. M.
Arrlnt,
9-Ab A. VI.
C'dliiniliuii
I'itlsliuiKli.. 0:-l
SamlioKv... 0:01)
Ck'voliinil.. . :"0
HpiiiU'lIelil. 12:!;.')
Xuniil IS:' 5
Itiv (. VSi)
Klclinionil,.. 815
hiili:ilini.)lU l:ll)
t'hlciiiu 1:10
11,
A. M.
Close connection niaclo ut, T.nnraslnr for Clr
plovillc, Ziini'svillo. unci nil point: mi tho tiu
cliiniitliiiiil Muskingum Vnlloy llaili'tmil.
11 rout roniHTtloiu Hindu lit ( nlmnlms for
Day km, 8:0 iujiTicM, lniliBiiapiilU. Clili'airo,
hik'I iiU.Jiolnts WuU. AlBOk'fo)' 01wlini.l,
Jtu iTalo, rilts'iiir;;!!, mid all points Kast.
Tiikotlie IlocUinc Vallfv ami l'mi Ilfindle
rnuto to ( liic.iifo 11 1 1 I jN'urtlnvi'st, it Im tlm
Htiortcst liy l.l.r-fix inllos, giving puxMcnfrnrii
tho liHiit'llt of q'lili kcr lime iiutl lower rules
tliau by mi y other line.
J. TV. DOfU'RTY,
SupuniiteiiiU'iit.
13. A. El7Kl,l,. Gon'l Ticket Au't.
KANSAS &. MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
K15LWAY.
O EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY O
O EUNTHEOUGHrEOM ' O
Ckiiati Witat Ctoiscf ta!
THE OHIO & Mississirri
Owned and operated by one Ooniiiany from C'lii
cinnatl to t. .i,onis, iherofore pnssi nfcins tire
U KIT. ol being carried ll'rousb wllliouncUmigo
ui cars
THUS AVOimXG
the possibility incident to oilier routes (Which
Hi' made no nf kcrer.il s'.uivl rouuM of inikilnir
conuootions, iindKiiliJeclliic ilieir iiasiieiieri to
uisurccnum cuaiises.
FamilifiB and Others Seeking; Homes
in the rlrli rnlltv and on the fertile prairlis of
i mieru aiissoiui. i'iiimi., I'senrasKH, uoiorailo
or me more uisi.int, Mate oil alllornm, will con
nlt tluironii iiiicrost by culling; on or address
111K Hie '.iinleraiiicd, Cunlraelliig Ascnt, as a
loiij residence in tho western roiintry hnafa-
iiiiliarucd hull Willi tl.e bcktlocaltlic.
Xliia Rouie In 37 railoa Kliorter thaa
via iniliduajioljM.
TIB O UG lFTI CK ETS
Cua 1 purchaved at all tin Prlnclpnl Tlck.it
uiui5oi uonnecuiiK i.inrs, end In i ineiuiiau
kl ilia (auucral Oilicea ol lliv Couiinui)',
S 19 Viii Sti'cct,
Broadway, Comer front Street,
Main Street, COrne r Lnvee, and at Ue
pot Foot of Mill Street,
E 1) WA K I) GALLUP,
Cuu tract in r t' smijcr Ajent,
119 Viim Ht ( I n ci ii li at 1, Ohio.
VOR LOU18VILLH
AudTEte ' .
3 O "J 1? ZEE 2 2 !
VIA
onio ani ai rssissirri.
RAILWAY.
Thecomplcllon of llio Loulbville Division of
tin mad and tiie splendid equipment lor pass
eiitfrr travel inakas this the
BEST ROUTE TDLOUISVILLE
AND ALL POINTS
South aEQil ioiitl!icniv(.
3
THUUOGll TRAIX8
JJnil. .
TVilU liireelCennectiont from tho Kat for
Loaisville Without Change of Cars I
This in the only mad wbofo li uma leave Cin
cinnati nnd pmseiiijera are delivered at depot,
lioteli or lcsldincea in I tuilsvillo l lttK.
Ask for Tickets' via Ohio &
Miss.,
and take no others.
THROUGH TICKETS
lun bo iiurelu.tdat all tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING IINES, AKO IN
CIITCIH-K-ATI,
AtthO (tener;il Olficcanf tho'Coinpiiny
1 BSJ VirK STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front titrcct,
Mnlii St., cor. I.evue. '
aud at lliu Di-pot, loot uf Mill Street.
Edward Gallup,
C'ontracthitf PnHnor Ai(ent.
110 Vine t;t., i lnciiinnll. Ohio.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On endafler MuN DA Y, AInv Kln. ISfl. Kx-
prii Trains will i:r.vit COfdJ.MUU.S nnd
OltlCSTI. IN K and Aliuivic at points niiiuod bo-
low, Mi IIIIIOWSI
SUthnu. No 2, No. 'I.
No. 0.
2:35 am
4:50 11 III
7:30 a in
2:10 pin
4 :40 pm
5 ;0."i p 111
1:3011111
II :00hiii
0 :40 a in
"8 115 a in
8 45 p m
2 40 a in
Cohitubiii IlilOam 4il(T p m
Crestline l'2:30pni :2.'ipni
Cleveland. 8:15 p ni C :)'! i la
llulTillo 10:B( ill 4:10ntn
Nui n ra Falls . . . .7 :00 u in 0 :4.1 a m
IMchestor.. ..,..1 :30ain 7 bo a in
Alliany 0:4.riaiu 2:00 p in
lies ton fill'll pm II :!H P 111
New York f:ilv..:H0p in ti:30i m
L'l'OKlIliio J24"i p in (1 3:"i p hi
Pittsburg 035 p in 1 li.'wi m
irnrrikliurir 7 15 am II 25 a in
10 40 a m 2 40 p in
Washlinrlon .... 1 10 p in (I 2.1 p til
Philadelphia,,, 1 1 Itl n m 8 15 p m
CroNl 1 1 nu .1 1 iiii p in 7 4"i i in
Wavao .... nuoam I15nin
7 00 a m
S 55 u in
11 ?.')lllil
ft 00 p 111
dilcaeo 12 10 pin 7 20 a m
WifNih 4. leavlnir Cu1ul:ji;:i at 4:10 u. 111.
iiTliroua-h Cnrtn Delaware for furlnellidil.
resehlii)(Sprlni;richl ivtlhoiitclimiucaf 7:20iiin.
Train No. 8 on (ho Columbus A lloeklnpt Val
ley Hailrnad connect with No, 4'1'rulii. Tluuiiuh
Tickets for indent Athena.
PAHSKNtirOIl TRAINS lelmnlnB arrlvo at
Oolninbiis at 12:30a, in, 11:15 a. in. and 0:60 a. in.
CQf-Palace Day and Sleopinj Cars
. - on All Tennis. .
ma 'Va an ina,,i,... ri.i o.nt m nn
Sunifav. rnna through without ilelentlon,' by
both Id1 o' Hlld Nnr Vork Cnnlriil Itilllivuva.
arrlvlnit st Now York on Monday iiiorninu &t
fl:40A.M. . .,
For iinrtloular Information In vi'Krtril to
tliroiiKh tickets, (lino, connection, etn., to all
points Kant. West, Nin th and Bonlh, apply to
oraddresa R. KUHD.Oolnmliiia.Ohln. ,
K.8. FLINT. Oon.Miinorlnttndenl.
JAMKS PATTKItHOM,
(inn. Agonl, Ooliimbua, O.'
rXGBNIiPOUD,
pnwenaer Aornnt, flolii.inriui.fli
' John Clark'e Estato.
Probate Court, Vinton County. O,
NOTIOR Islioreliy Riven that William Clark,
-I'xecnlnrof tlio lnt Will nnd Testament
.lob n Clark. ilHcnawil, lias Died Ida iiccoiint
Willi sold estnlo lor IImhI Hcttlonicnti und that
the liearlnii tlieicid'l'i .'t lor
Wednesday, Tcbruary, 14, 1872,
11 o'clock A.M.' If. P. MAYO, ,
Jumiary lT,l,;.-t WubuW Judge.
IIERirF'3 SALE.
Sluteof Ohio, Vlntm Count!.
Hurry UlnKhum, Plaintiff,
it'ininst
I'Mi". DliUthinn id., nl.. Defendants.
In Vintou Loiinlv Court o( Coininon Ploai.
order ot tfnle.
rurHinint to tlicconiniand nfnn order of sale
laiiicd from the Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton count v, nnd to mo directed us Shoriil' of
snldcouiilv, I will offer for Mile at t ho door of
the Court (loiijo, in toe town orMj.Vrllnir, Vin
ton county, Ohio, oil
Monday, the 19th day of February,
A. D.1S72,
AHholionr of 1 o'clock P. M, of auld day, the
iiillowlngdeserhied lands and teneineiils, sit
iinled in iho county of Vintou, nnd filiito ul
Ohio, lo-wit :
The ci mil undivided half of the North half of
lh Moiilh-nirst qiinrlerol Seelion number tliir-ty-one
(lit township number nine 0, liune
niiniber elelileen 118.1 except llftv-llvo niree
oif of the West side of said tntct sold by TV'll-
11am IidKtn tu (;me rnettrr.- '
Also, I he equal undivided half of tho North
hull' ol the 8oulli-wot nunrterof sect Ion num
ber thirty-two 32.1 Townshipuiiuilipr nlno
Uaue niiniber eighteen the entire nniii
bi'r of aerrs of which the undivided hall' Is
hereby conveyed, being olio Hundred and live
Keren, more or lrs.
Tnkon us ibe property of T;. P. lilnifham to
salNI'y a jui!i;iucnt ol'tlio ulurcaaid Court in
furor of Harry llinah'ini.
Appraised nt I'lve Hundred and Twenty-five
Dollars i23t)U, and must bring two-thirda of
fhuf sum
Tonus of Bale Cttshln hand.
DVKIELBOOTH,
fiharllf Vinton County.
Sniithnnnnimr. Att'va for I'luln tiff.
Juimary 17, Ui2-w-13J,'
jgHEKiri'S SALE.
Slataof Ohio, Vintou County.
Ueorjo A. :n!d, PlnintlQ",
ng.'ilnst
TlinniRii J. rasters and Wife. Defendants,
fn Vinloii Coin.lv Court of Common Pleas.
Orderof Solo.
Pursuant to thocouininiidnfcn order of sale
111 lliu above cinise. Issued from tho Court of
Common Picas of Vinton eoinny, Onio. and to
urn directed us SlierilV of Mild comity, 1 will of.
IVr st public u!e, n t the door o! the Court House,
in the town ol'.MeArlliur, iu taid liilou coun
ty, on
Monday, the ldthVty of February,
A.J). 1672,
At the hour or i o'clock P. 51. uf said day, the
folloivin descrlliod lands and tenements, sit
ttato in the county of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
to-wil j
Tho Norlh-wpst uartcr of the South-west
quarter ol tfeclioii Number ttventv-six I2il:
also, t.lic boulb ear.l qiuru r of the South-east
ipmrlerof .feiioii Number ti"ty-svcn l'!:l
nil in Township number lea 10.) limine
nineteen 110 Vinton county, Ohio, ami con
talniuitelshl v SJ acres, tnoro or le-s.
Taken lis tlie property id' Thomas ,U II asters.
In satisfy ajtidiuncm of the uld Court ia favor
of (leore A. l.obl.
Aiipraised id Two llundrpd nnd Seventy-five
Pollsrs j.'ih 00,J aiidniiikt brine two-thirds of
tli l .inn.
Xhuiij of Sale Cash iu hand.
DANIKf. BOOTIT.
She: ill in ton County.
1). B Shlvel. At'v for Phiintla.
Jamiury 17, lt)ia-0w-12,'i
s
HEKiWS SALE.'
Statt of Oliio, Viifen ("moily.
Thomas 11. MiHlVer, Plaintiff,
iKr.iinst
Andrew (). Klliotl, Ad iniuiM ratorof Iho F.slnto
of i'liani 'jyo, deceased. nnd Matilda ii.
Tyn. and olucrs. Delenihuiis.
Ill Vinton County Court ofComiiiou i'le.ii. Or
'der ot Bale.
Piirsiiant totlii'coinniaii.l of unorder of s'llo
Issued from the Ciui'I. of i oimiikoi 1'leas of Via-
mm i nutitc. soil in nied rectC'l as Plicrin ol said
(V)iiutv. 1 'will oner fur sale hi llio door of the
Court lloiise.iu llielowu of iluArtlnir, inton
ciiiiiitv, Ohio. on
Monday, the VMh day of. Fehruani
A. D. 1872,
At ilie hourof 9 o'clock I. M. of eald day, the
fi.lliiv. lok' ili!.-erihed ni'cintaes. to-wil :
MtiiKln in Iho township of Harrison, and
cunt v of Vinton, and Blaloof Ohio, and known
as the (outl.ent qunrler ot the Hoiith-enst
ouiirler of tcclion Number i;iuht 1S T and the
North-east ipiarl "r o the Soul li -east iiuarler of
Seelion Number Kicflit f . 1 execpliiiK Ten acres
oil tho .North side ol saul Mirln-cust quniter
ami. slso.lbo Noi l h-west iiuarter of the South
wesl onarler ol si-t tlon Number Nine (0). All
of the nfoiesiiid Lots are in Township N umber
Nine 111 of Uain.o Nimiiier Niiieteen nnu
oslliiK.te.l to enliLiili cue lliiui red nnd 1 ell
ucr.'s. be Ibe snnin mure or less, but subject to
kii learn iiirnways.
'I .ki,h ( Hi in'.inni' v- or w inni 'i vo. on
ceased. hi d Watibla 15. Tyo.to sal isfv a .lodgment
el said ( i in it in titvor of jTiomns II. Mianrr.
Appraised at Six hundred and Twenty Del
bus 1.1020 00, und must bring two-third of that
sum.
i ninia of mle Cash In hand on the .lay ol
sale. I) AN I F.l. BOOTH,
f-heriir niton County,
1). IT .Shlvel. Att'vfor I'l.iiiitia.
January 17, lH72-5iv-13,'i
Indianapolis Railway. ROAD NOTICE.
VfOTICM I hereby jrlven that, a petition will
lie prescnieii to ma iioant ot i ouniy i oni
inlss oncrsof Vinlon eouniy.Mt trieir net res.
nine sossion In March. ls'.S. nrnvintr fur the es
tablishment of a comity road in WHUcsvlllo
ton iishiii. in Huh! remit v. its billows, to wit :
li.'lf i tiiilif at Iho Ualllpolls rami at lOlia
bi'th I.lsioii'i; llieuee 111 n Northerly direction
idling tho most racllcnhle route, tliroiigh the
luiids of Mrs. Steele, Abel Wells, Mr. Jones,
Mn i t iu Duirey, Kdward l lelcber nnd Amos
Hartley, to inlelsOet the Will, ev ill" and Jack
son Itoad a short distance West of lidward
I Icti'lior's, und there to end.
MAN I X'tl.TT10Na,U..
January 21, 1S72-It
AUDITOE'fl
SALE GF MINISTERIAL LAND,
TOTlCE Is hereby given, .t'unthi pitrmmnce
IT olllie stntulcs in licit cases proviueii, i
will oO'ur for snlent the door of the Court ilouso,
In MoArtluir, T'lntou county, Ohio, on
Thursday, February 15, A. D. 1872,
At 1 o'clock P.M.. nt not less than the annrali
ed valuo thereof, the following lamia situated
in too lownsiiiii ol Milton, in said county, to.
Wit!
T leNorllihnlfof he Roulh-cast nuartor. soc-
lion 1 Wi'iilv iilno fJOjTownsbil) nine (H,) ltange
tixieeu tin i
Apiiiiuscii nt fan,
Also tlicHouth halt of tho Pnutli-eaat nuartcr.
cetiou uvcuty-nino L J TowusUlii nine L,J
limine sixteen III.
A ipiniseu ill 'Mti.
Also tlioHoulli half of the South-woatnuarter,
section iwonty-iilno 29,J ToWinbip lime 9,J
u n n uro nixiecu 1 10. 1
jMiiiniiset at, sinu
Also tho North hnlfof the onth-weat quar
ter, sect I'ju tiventy-nlna (2U,) Townslilp nlno 9,
iiHiiH"iixieon i in
Appral.cd ultino,
tkiimi or SAM t
Onn-twclftli of the titircluise money to benald
at thetliueol'snle, ami the ballauce In elevon
iiiiiiiihI liistnllmentiof equal amount with an
nual iulcrost lliuieoti.
W. W. liFMiFOKD,
Auditor Vintou Cu.,0'
December 20, U71.
Preferred creditors those
that don't dun,'
To mend bad sherry have
n'sheny cobbler.
Low rents holes in the t6ps
of your stockings.
Words to tho whys answers
to conundrums.
A volume that will bring
tears to your' eyes a volume
of smoke. ' , -.
rUIllJlMHCD EVBUY WKUMMbAY BY
JT. "VT". Bowen,
. u
ELlrOK ANB 1-110VUI8TO!:. .. .
MATTERS HERE AND THERE.
"V. J. Ranselt.s, Aasitjtant. Sor-rount-at-Armsi
aud Tost flastor .(if
tho Oliio Senutc, will acccrit thanks
for sundry favors in tho form of Es
ports, iCc.
' 'Snt 'Tribitnc AUhaiuio and Politi
cal Itojister for 1872, published by
'Tho Tribune Association,' New
York City, Im been received. It
is full of tlio most useful mutter for
reforcaeo. I'rico 20 cents.
The scarcity of water in our town
is a great drawback on our manu
facturing inieresis. Wo can't even
manufacture newspapers without
water to rinso th typo, Tho wash
women complain, too, about the
scarcity of water.
We frequently uotico as wo pass
along tho directs, a lot of half starv
ed cows, assailing the wagons of
farmers who tiro in town for the
purposo of trading. This is a nui
sance that should be abated. Farm
ers who come ton and fifteen miles,
and bring their feed with them, do
not fancy the idea of etandinp; guard
over their wagons to keep off a lot
of half starved cows.
To ):hoQ who are II
i i
Down by nervous Debility, and de
spair of ever recovering their vigor
and mieu of manhood wo earnestly
recommend Dr. Walker's California
Vinegar Bitters. .Beforo they have
finished the first bottle, they will
leel the restorative principlo at
work in every jiortion of tlieir bro
ken down systems and hopo will
spring up in their hearts. No case
of Dyspepsia Biliousness, Intermit
tent Fever, Rheuinalism, ("out or
kidney disease, can resist this un
equalled vegetable: tonic which is
unpolluted by any distilled or fer
mented liquor. i-lw
WWIMIIMWWWI.IIWPMIH
Dominic D Do.nai.e, Street Com
missioner of this village, has sold
his properly and is going to Mis
souri, to tako possession of a line
picco of land ho has purchased
there.
Our villngo will, at this rate, soon
ho without an oflleer. Tho Mayor,
and .Mtiiishal left several month
ago. The council' clerk, and city
solicitor are alone loft to run the
institution. They can no doubt run
it very cheap. No 'bond and se
curity', required.
The Lcesburg Press is of tho fol
lowing opinion:
1 VV W. Peabodt, Esq. Thero is
not, Ave presume, to bo found in
Christendom another railroad officer
equal in every respect to tho gen
tleman whoso name heads this par
agraph, is blundness nnd suavity of
manners. J. lis promptness, and
candor, and uprightness aud hon
esty, commend him to confidence
and esteem of tho. public in an
especial maimer, and no man is bet
ter calculated lor tho post ho fills,
(.Master of Transportation,) than bo,
ho long as ho lives, wo bono that
his services may bo retained by tho
Marietta and Cincinnati llai I road
Company, and when ho dies, we'
shall (if living) pray that he may
havo a speedy passago by tho 'fast
lino' to tho realms of glory and
eternal boatitude.'
ConpoitATio.v Information Wan
ted. As it is tho duty of tho Mayor
to issue a proclamation to tho qual
ified voters of tho corporation,
Betting forth tho tirao and place of
the election for municipal officers
and tlio officers to bo chosen, who
will issue a proclamation, in pursu
ance of law, in this villago for tho
election of oflicors orftho first lion-
day of April next?
Were "all fines, penalties and for
feitures colloctod by tho Mayor" of
this village?, during tlio poriod of
his cxistonco, "or which iu any
manner eorao into his hands, and
monoys recoivod by him in his
official capacity, other than tho foes
of ofl?co, by him wookly paid over
to tho treasurer of tho corporation?"
And did h, "at the first regular
mooting of tho council in each and
ovory month, submit a full state
ment of all such moneys received
and from whom aud for what pur-
poses received, and whon paid
over?"
And did "tho Mayor give bond
and security as is roquired by law
to bo approYod by tho council?" f
National Business Index.
Tho above is tho title of a new
monthly paper devoted to' business
interost of a national or gonoral
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benefit of intelligent people of all
classes, it undertakes to view and
review passing events from a busi
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and criticism by ablo writers will
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overy county in tho United States
whre not ivlroady cngagod, Ques
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Littell's Livimcj Age for tho
weeks ending January 20th and
27th, contains, among other import
ant articles, Church and Stato in
Italy. Fortnightly Roviow; Ameri
can Experionco in tho Relief of the
Poor, Macmillan's Magazine; ,01d
Fashionablo London, Teniplo Bar;
The Queon of the French, Spectator;
A lteminiscenco of Eton Lifo, Corn-
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terly Review; Tho Story of tho Hos
tages, Gentleman's Magazine; Po
litical Influence of Humor in Amor,
ica, Spoctator; Indian Forests, Pall
Mall Gazette; Affairs at Tekin,
Spectator; Pioss Noil's Lady Jano
Gray, Saturday Roview. Public Ca
lamities and tho Public. Roaring,
Spectator. The People's Diction of
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Quaker's and tho International,
Sipcl:il"! with tho continuation of
a rouiarUablo Serial, 'Tho Maid of
Sker,' etc. Tho subscription .prico
of Tho Living Ago is $8 a year, or
for $10 any one of tlio American $4
magazines is sent with The Living
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ton, Publishers.
Fashion Items.
The latest ear-ring is a crystal
snail on a loaf of frosted silver.
Tulle, larltan, and muslin aro
much worn this wintor, and though
not durable, aro very beautiful for
evening costumes. Silk visiting
costumes nro now trimmed with
chinchilla and the fur of thosilvor
fox. Grebe is also used, but not
very extensively.
Bridal veils aro now ornamentod
with delicate sprays of the Jilly of
the valley in addition to tho Cus
tomary orange flowers. This fash
ion of modern brides savors of hu
mility, but tho costly bridal robo,
with its point laco flowers, and tho
oxpensivo trousseau aro hardly in
accord.
Coquottish volvct jackots of dif
ferent tints aro worn. They nro
trimmed with cithor laco or fringe,
and ofton elaborately ombroidered
in silk of tho sumo shades as tho
velvet, or with gayly contrasting
colors.
The Tiitje Flag, is indeed
a very interesting journal for
every home now in its 21st
year. It continues its career
under the most favorable aus
pices; being the pioneer news
paper of its class, having orig
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Adventures, History, Poetry,
Wise Sayings, Scraps of Wit,
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Every farmer probably !un
derstands the usual method of
making cut nails flexible by
heating them; but instead of
allowing them to cool id the
open-air, they are thrown when
red-hot into the linseed oil, it
will . prevent their rusting al
most as long as if they were
galvanized. Those who have
occasion to use cut uails'instead
of wrought, should not forget
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ing lust.
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containing as it does,, choice
selections from tho le:idiiifr
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is certainly unsurpassed in
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published in America.
The January, 1872, issue will
begin the Fifth Volume, and
will commence a New Series.
In consequence of the large
circulation the Magazine has
now attained, the proprietors
have decided to reduce the
price of tho Magazine to $2.50
a year, and new subscriber.-
entering their names at this
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November andDecember issues
of this year free.
This reduction makes the
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The Transatlantic with
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All the back numbers of
1871, will be furnished to sub
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which is but a trifle over
twelve cents a number.
The Transatlantic n timbers
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of houses in any respectable
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does not contain amonjr its
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Magazine.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
"Tho Transatlantic is illus
trated this month with a
beautiful view of woodland
scenery, entitled Iho lorest
or JJiUfjriand. it contains a
goodly number of articles from
'transaalantic magazines all ol
the hrst quality and all good
readiug. Iu its peculiar line
it is one of the finest periodi
cals in the country ,Jbrom
the Evening Bulletin, Septem
ber U2d, 1871.
It is one of the best eclectic
publications in the country.
We heartily, wish it success.
From the Philadelphia
Press.
"No magazine in the country
gives so much good reading at
so email a price as the Trans
atlantic." Eroni the Age.
"Tho articles are judiciously
selected and it is elegantly
printed on fine white paper.'
From the Ledger.
"It deserves and will receive
the ' patronage of the public."
From the Evening Telegraph;
L. R. HAMMERSLEY & Co.,
Publishers.
A benevolent editor, noticing
a marriage of a couple of hit
young friends, hopes that all
our troubles may bo little
ones.' s . ...
, Ilepairinj- I?ail FelEkois.
A co'rrespondent of the .
Kural New Yorker says that '
he takes the bid rails of hia
zigzag fences, arid ' 'rebuilds
them into a straight post ' and
and rail fence.', lie plows ou '.
the line where he wants the
new - fence, back-furrowing ; t
heavily four, feet wide up to
post's that are set for tho new .
fence. These are set "in the
grouudlS inches and 11 feet. '
apart; . -0 V . '.' ; . :,
The'' baclt:furro'wing '"leaves'
:t.he post two feet and six
inches in the ground, with a
little shoveling from the out
side furrow. This outside
furrow is plowed deep, tho
plow being run in it a second
time, so as to gecure plenty of
soil lor leveling up the top ot;
tne ued lor the new lence. He
puts at every post a good sized
stone for the rail to rest on;
then when the 6tones a,nd bot
tom rails are in place takinrr
care that the bottom rails are
tho strongest aud best in sizo
and quality, so that the stake
can set near enough to the oost
to prevent the rails above from
ciropping by each other lay
in the rails, and one has a fence
that the wind will not blow
ncr cattle break down'.. .
The back-furrowed bed. be
ing thrown up in this way, is
ready lor & hedge. Thus, tha
old,broken down, zigzag feuces
may be made into a substantial
fence, using le93 than half the
material and occupyiug less
than half the land; aud by the
time the post and rail fence is
gone; a good- hedge will be
ready to take its place. The
ground should be plowed in
the fall, aud the hedge set ia
the spring.
The Life of Clement L. Vallandigham,
by his Brother,
the Rev. James L.
Vallandigham.
he important events which
occurred during Mr. Vallan
digham's political career; and
the distinguished part which
he took iu them, and was still
taking up to the day of his un
timely death, have made Lis
name familiar to every one; and
it is probable thai the biogra
phy of no man living could he
written containing such and eo
varied matters of general inter
est, especially in regard to the
political side ot tlio late war
between the States;
This book, written bv his
brother, contain a full and ac
curate account of Mr. Valiant
digham's remarkable career,
from his boyhood, recounting
his early struggles, his . trial,
and the steps by which he
reached distinction and fame.
Ilis Congressional career ia
fully exhibited and illustrated
with extracts from his speeches;
and the story is also told of his
arrest, imprisonment, exile,
and the exciting incidents of
his return.
A full account is also given
of the organization and obienfa
of the Order of the Sous of
Liberty.
vujnou extracts irom i&mu..
iar letters are given, illustwit
iug his private character in it-
social and domestic relations
ami a detailed account Is ad
ded of the circum'stariees at
tending his trrtgical Ueath.
It is believed tha t n
attractive book of iu Vinl boa
ever been offered, tn t Via A mer.
ican public.
The book IS tfoffen nn in h
very bandscisisst style, on fino
paper, witu clear and ban
typcr and ia ornamented with
a splendid portrait on steel,
and Engravings of Mr. Val
laufjdgham's birth-place antf
lasiucuce. i . , ,
The work is issued in throe
silica ui oiuuiiig; nau-cair
?G 00; sheep, library style,
8J uu; ana extra cloth; $4 00,
so as to suit all tastes; and tie
publishers have spared neither
pains nor expense to give a:
dress befitting its value aud
importance. Hold nnlvihrmirrli
our Agents. Turnbufl Hrtth-
enj Balthiibre, Md.j .

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