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M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; dmoAWEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1872.
I Publisher ad Proprietor, J
.vol: 6. ; ;
I la Advance. J
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Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
On and after Nov. 19 , 1871, Trains will
run na follows:
-2 : io !
d : :2
34 : :-0 :
.... . .A... ;v r J
J. : :
e si-id iS i-1 is
3 cs2a? :o"3 :j3
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t i t- ev r
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if? tr f? -? I? WjC
f? i -i ?f -f n ?1 ft - t
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555;iJ 5 T! . r. - "
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e: i i' z 3 V - j
I'lNPlNNATI KXIMll-S will mil lillly.
AH oilier I'rulns (l illy, wxwpt Kunilay.
iMNi'lN'SXTf KXl'ltKSrt K A. ST milieus no
dlop Iti'twi'nn Hainilnn iiml AthciiH.
l l'if . l. 11:1X1 A. M.
I. n " 7.0H "
4.10 " ' 10..MI "
II. 15 A.M. 111". M.
UMS " fl-."il "
Ul. P.M. 5.10 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
T ir nil noliits mi Uml.lrtlc! Miami RiiilmiKl, nml
n' III ' ltui:in:i'ill - t inclua.ill U.illioad JUiiu
ti.iu lor all point! Wot.
W. W. PEABODY,
W. W. PEABODY, Master of Transportation.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
nml nfliM' M'linluy, Novcmbor 111, Trillin
will i nn n toimwH :
.... 1) -purt
Nw York ... ....
: :j I'm
9 .VI "
II IHI "
I) 13 '
II Wi Pm
t 3(1 I'm
1:40 A in
1 (III I'm
4 43 I'm
4 el "
A IH "
II :) "
1 3 Am
IS. 'Ml Pin
7 Id "
H t) Am
II 4.1 Pm
12 :M Am
i 09 Am
4 1 "
II 4 I'm II 0 "
12 M " I 7ffl "
Pullinaa Falaot Drawing Room Sloeplng Cart.
nirii areux ooiiiioriaiiiu, riuKiuuiy iiii iiimiiiu.
niiiliiliniMteipiHl U a Ure-fclilc, are on all Train
from Olnolrmntl ti nnltlniori'iil Wiislilnifliin.
M..o!,'liuiluUn.f Mnrltittu anil Ciimliiniitl H.iil
way lor time of urrlvliiK and ilopitrting Iruui
Tim ailviintnOH of this roiitd nvur nil ntliorn
1. th:it It lvu all traviilui Imldinir thrmmli
ticltoiH tlin prlvl!po of vlnltlnir ItnliiiiKim,
riiiludnlplilil. mid Dm Nalloiml (lapltol Hoc.
'l'liiiiMiiilckoi-Hiiil rales of fare lower than by
Tlmscuni'ry nlonjrtlilM Itallway U notC(iiuii!il
for gr.iiideur on thin L'onl inunt.
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
TliU llnti olforn miporlor IniliiiwnuntH Hie
rali'Hliiilnjf ono-llilnl lower tomid frmn lliiKloti.
Now Vork, or any olhor K.iNtern iiuliik. In or
lirln nooiU iil'iiiiydiwnrlption from tlin Kaxl
if 1 vi ilivivt itiiiH to nhiii la Haiti iiiom & Ohio
It. II.. nnil liiRhlppinu KiiHtnlvoiianindlriH'.tloiin.
KiTiKiitsxhlppcil by till" route will have den.
iAlr,li. and lio linndled Willi rurc nml save
lilppers much moni-y. .1. L. WII.llN,
Miislnr Transportation, lliilllmoro.
, . Ciuu. Kreluht Ag't, naltlrtioro.
8. 11. JONKS, Own. Ticket Ak't, Il iltlinorc.
Oiin. Pass. Aa't., CliK'liiiiivtl.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
- , UIlkMAVOiaif.
Tlin O mat Thiouli Mall mid Kxprnx Pn.
Hnniror l.inu to hi. T.oiiIh, Khiihiih ully.St,
.limi'pli, bnnvnr, 8nn Kraiic.lHrai, nnj all points
in Minsiiarl, Kansas ami Ciiloniilii.
Tho slinrtnt nml only ilirtmt roato to fiidlnn
iinolls, Tiitfiiviittn, Torre llunto, OamlirldKC
t'ltv, Sprlnnlliild, Puoiiii, HuilliiKlon. tJhluaii.i,
Milwaukee, 81. raid, and nil puints In the
Kitrthwost. . ' ' . . ' .
The I ii'llaniii"ll, Cincinnati and Iiiraynttu
ltnllrond, with Its I'.oniior.tlons, now oilnn pint.
on(ors morofacllltlfH In Throinili Couuli nml
HloniilnR Car Unrvli'.o than any other lino from
flhuiliniiitl. Imvlnn the ailvuntiiKU or Tliriili
liailv Oam frimiOlncliinntl to Ht,. Lonls. Kan
mis tilty.Ht. JiMiipli, i'eorlii.lliirllnKton.l.'lilcsKo,
Oiniilm, and all liitiirmnilliile polntH, presuiitlnn
toO.ilonlsts and Families sunli I'.otiirnrta ami
nnoommodatlona as are iill'erdeil by uu otliur
- Tlii-ougli Tlokota and IlagKngfl Ohoeki to all
Tralnslosvn Dlnolimntl atT:Q0 A.M,,.8;00 V.
K ., nml 9:00 P. M. , ,
Tli'.ketN aii' ho otitnlnnd nt No. 1 inilrnot
HmisH.oorniir Tlilnl nml VIiipi I'lilillo l.snd.
Imr, nornnr Main nnd Itlvurt aM. nl li'ot,
cn'rnnr I'lnm and I'oarl 8trmH. (Mni'liinall. O.
Do mire to ptiivlmi tli'kots vlaliiillaaapolls,
Olnnlnnatl nml laraju;ti'ltal1roii(.
(1 K 1,'lHI). (i. l-HAIUtlNVlfMl,
Chlor 'Hokuttaeik, iliwlur 'liin.i'i' tiuioii
auolniiiitl. . Cluuliiuall.
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS. Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
TIT -JW C.9s ""dU fffWMlT
On nnd nil or December lutli, lB71,Tralna will
Tiin us follows:
O.io A. M.
9M A. M.
0:4.1 p. u.
z.w r. u.
5.41) r. )l.
2 :S0 a. Ha
II :(KI "
1M) V. M.
7 :81 "
n ua "
S :HU A. M.
Chicago Vi-.U A.
OIoho cnnupctinn nmflo ttH.niiPORtor for fir.
clevlllf, Ziinesvlllc. mill nil pitintM (in tlis Clu
f.lnmiM nnil limUHlLrtim Vnllitv ltnllrond.
Dim-t coninjutiiiii niiulo at (Olumlms-for
Dnvton, KiiriniftlnM. IndliimipolU. CAiiuaKn,
nnil till H)lnt West. Ato, for Olevuluud,
lliid'ulo. llttKl)uruliL.unil nil polntiiKiist.
Titku tlin Hdckinit VuUm ami run Iiaiidlo
niiiti to Clilciiiro ttml tin. Nuriliwcst. it Is the
nhoi lmtliv Klvty-slx mill', lilvhiff iii.iijuiK's
tho iHini'llt of (inUikur tinio tuul lower rules
titan by nay otliur
.. J. W. DOllFItTT.
E. A. T)vku., Oon'l Tii kot Atf't.
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
3EXPIIKSS TRAINS leave IndlnnnlMilis
ilallv. I'vcopt Sunday, lor 6T. l.OL'IS uml
fllllK only Idno mniiinu I'TTIXMAN'M celo
I lirntrl llriiviii(,'-iiom l-lci-plnn Cms Irion N.
Y.. l'lttsliiiritli. Coltimliim. l.ouisvilln. rin-
I'innnti, and I iidi:luaio!l8, lu St. J .mils without
Pawon'ors sliould iTini'inlior that this Is the
Orrill vt -liniind Houlo for Kiiiikdh ity,
I.c,av,iiwirl li,'4t ri'iicc, Tnpeka, .liinu-'
lion City, KortSinlt and At. Joseph.
rJUMPD AUTO TO KANSAS, for the rtur
LtYllunArfl 1.0 nMorestnl)IMilnr them
xi'jves III new homi's, will liarnlilieralilisi riin.
hiatloa madi' in tlii-lv I'uviir hy thin Lino. Hut
il'iii'biryi'niiimiitiitliiii on regular rnti's will be
veil to Doliinisls uml lui'Ku pn it i en t ravel inir,
loirutlier: nnd Hu ll- biijritiiue, einljrritnt ontlli'
and slnek will be sbippeduii the most I'MVoru
ble ti'iins, presviililiK to
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
rf iron roml'oi ts ., ml aceoiiuiiodatlons as ara pre
sunteil by .NO OTI1KK HoUTU.
TtCKKI.s nan lie olilalned nt nil the principal
Ticket (Mlleex in the huoturn, Aiidillo and
C. K. KOLLE1T,
(lenerill I'tissenKer Aueut. St. Louis.
Kaslern rassenuer Aiient. Inilianapolis.
JOHN K. M.Ml'SON,
(lenoriil Biipei'lntendeut, Indianapolis.
"BEE LINE." Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
flaiind ullcr .MOX lA Y. Mae 2sih. 1H71, Ex-ni'iMs
Trains will KKWK CUMTAI MLS nnil
Ultl-:sri,INEHndAuaivKat points nuinud be
low. n follows!
Stations. No. 2.
Creslllnu Yi:-V pm
(.'IkvoIiiiiiI .1:4 p in
Hiill'alii II) hi p in
Nintrnra Kiv:ls. .. .7:iHla hi
Uoclioster 1 :-'H ti ni
A lli.i n v J'tuini
4tt0 p m
. II :U:t f IO.
R M p in '
11 :m pill
II :il0 pill
II -to p III
2 40 p in
0 2 "i p m
R l.'i p 111
7 45 p 111
1 15 II Ml
7 20 11 III
. 4 i.mi a in
1:1)0 a in
New York City
I 'resili mi
H irrlsliui-jr ...
fi W pm
.: :Hi p in
1:145 p in
. !) .).' p m
. 7 !" a in
Hi 40 a m
1 10 p m
II Ilia in
S :!1a in
a 15 p in
2 40 a in
I 'rest lino . . ..
Kurt Waynu ..
7 00 am
555 a in
11 21 am
.11 HO p in
. .1 HH a in
.12111 p in
- SffN'i. 4, leaving Colilinlilis ut 4:10 p. Ml
hn n Thrninrli Cnrrn Delawarn fiirHiirliiirlleld
reai'hlnir Sprlullclil without di mitre at 7:!ill put.
Train No. '! on (he Coltnnbiis llocklnir Ynl-
lev Railroad connect w ith No. 4 Train. Through
Tickets tor sale iu Alliens.
PASSKNCKIt TltAINS returnlmi nrrlve nt
GnliiiiibiiH at l:':1lla in. 11 :15 a.m. iiiulH :50 n. in
B37Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
On All TrnliiH.
nnJ'No 0" li'iivinu Ooluiiibus at 2:!tt a m.on
Hiuulay. runs throujrii wllliout, detention, by
both Krle and New York Central Hallways.
nrrlvinir nt New York on Monday morning al
ror particular information In regard to
lliroiiRh tickets. tlmcronncctlonM, etc., to-all
points East. West, North and Sonili, apply lo
oraddross E. KURD, f!olumbun, Ohio.
Ki.iN i'. Hen.Knperlntenuont,
I MKS I'ATTKHHUN,
'len. Agent, Columbus, O.
, , Piiasengur Agent. Columbus, O:
TO OTK'R Is hereby given lhat a petition will
ii lio invsenteil totlie ( oniinlssloners of Vin
ton conlitv, Ohio, nt their session. In June,
1H72. nrnvinu for I ho location nnd estalillsh-
jhentof a county roud,'iu J no k son lowiiolilp, ax
Iti'irlnlnir at. n Oolnt nn tbn comilv rond run
nhig past tlin Oonlenary Meeting House, at or
near said bouse; thenco south or nearly so to
tho ne between Jnnn H. lawk 2d and Maruiir-
ct DuiiklHi thence east with snld line as nearly
as may be practicable fur a good mad to or nenr
nil oak tree i thence in a Miiith-custorly ilif ce
ll on past two oak trees to or near a sugar lice
on (he line between Margaret I'tinkle anil Hen
ry Wi'stonnii thence souili Willi salu Hue or
nearly so ton irnni treei theneff In a south-:' as-
terlv direct ion lo a irum tree nenr the lino be
tween William llerron nnd Henry Wosieontj
thencH ill usouth-einterly dlrootion over tlie
nearest nnd iiest route lo a Hilnt on tho county
road riiiiulnir eastiind west through tho lauds
of LaKayettu Diinklo, near tiro beach trees,
ami tlierc to enu- nt.ii i e.il iiuzMiiiB.
Aril4, lH12-4t ,
Notice Is hereby kIviiii that a petition will
be presoulod to Ilia lmiinlsxioners of Vluton
county, Ohio, at their regular session in June,
I'Vi, pruying lor mo esiao(isiiiueui.o o county
rond in Wlllicivilla Towuslilp, u lollows,
Iluglniilnir at tho uulllpolli rond at kiikkiiciu
LlsUin's, tlienco In a northerly direction
alono' tliu most nraetloablu route tlirouuli
tun union ot nirs. nieoi, auui n ens, Agriiin
Wells, Mr Jones, Martin Dufrey. i.uwaril
Kletelier, nnd Amos Hartley, to Intersect the
Wilkesvlllo nnil. lurk son road a short illstiincu
west of EdWUl'd ! Ictolicr's and tliorn to end.
April 21, 1872- it
Is heroby given that my wife, .TnneTliomna,
hna left in y bed ami board wlthoutany Just
cuiiao or provocation, mid the publlciire hereby
wnrnoil not to trust or harbor boron my no-
count, uil ahull not boroHiionsllileforconlractH.
April 20, 1872, W8
David Foreman'! Estate,
I'rolinta inurt, Vlntou County, (
Notice Is hereby irlvou that Joseuli M. Knro-
until. admlnlHtrator of tho cstalo or David
b.M.M,.ll .IA......U...I I.... It I ...I 1. lu ......... ... ..'Ill,
said on Into tor limit settlement, and that the
mimo I. sot foHioarlng on tho
' 4th Day of May, A. D, 1872.
at 0 o'clock a, in. ' , "
11. ii. PI A I t ).
April 10,1872-41 rrobnto jutlg.
Alva Newton's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County,. Ohio.
NOTI0K Is hercKy glvon that O, W, Norton,
Administrator of tho Ustato of Alva Nuw
ton, deecasnd, hiMillnd Ilia iicennnt herein, as
sued Administrator, for llnal settlenienti and
Hint tlin Niimn will be lie lor hearing ou tliulHlll
lay of May, 1872, at 10 a'cloeN. a . m.
April 21, 1872 4W J'l'oltulo Jullgo,
SUittof Ohio, Vlnlnit County.
' ' George YV. llrunton, Plant iff, ,
- - VN. , '
Daniel 8. DnnA and Anu H. Rana. Befondnntx.
Vinton County Court Common I'luini. Order
rtimiiAntto the eomiiiniul of nn order of nlo
Ihmiii.i1 ll'lllll the t.oini; of ( oninisn I'leax of Vin
ton County, nnd to mo directed im Hlierlirof
said eoiintv, I w ill ofl'er for sale at the door of
Hie Court llousu. in tho loivn or JUcAriiuir,
Vlntou county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 11th Day of May, A.
V 41 AM '
At tho hour of 1 o'clock P. U. of nld dT, tho
following ucsciiiieu lunua unit loncmenis, 10
A strip Ave feet in width off the oust Bide of
n. line riiinniiK norm aim sniiin iiiroiigii ui nn
So. 45, be;;iiiiiinff at a point thlrty-Hevcn font
east ot the south-west corner ol Die said lot:
thence running north to the alley on the north
ni siil'liot jiunillol witn me west una r sum
lot, being In-1.6t No. forty-live (43) In aaldiown
nf Mi'A vllnwnUo n Ktrili llilrl.v-llin'H ll'ct In
width o-Hie nrtli end of said lot. on the west
Klilo of said partition line, dcxerlbod as lollows,
to wit i HeplnnuiK at n point on the westmile
of Hiild lot tlilrtv-tlneo feet from the north
west eomert thence east thlrty-Hiivmi feet to
the snld partition line; llience north to the alley
on the north ol'siiiil lot thlrty-tliree I'eet; thence
went to t tie norin west, corner 01 sum lot;
theneo south to tile plane of begl lining,
AppraiNeyi at seventy dollars (070), and.must
iiriiiK two-riiii'iis or unit sum
Taken as the property of Daniel S, tiana and
Ann K. Dana to satisfy air order of sale In
favor of (ieoi jfii W. llrunton.
Tkiijis OKbALU. Lush Inlinnil. ,
IT-O, .Tonks. Attorney for l'lt'U'.
April 10. Is72-w5-13
StattofOhlo, Vinton County.
Thomas II. ShaO'er, rinlntiir,
AndmwO. Klliott. Adnrliilstrntor of the T.s
tato of William Ty, deceased, and Matilda
E Tyo, anil others, Defendants,
tn Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or
Puraunnttnthe command nf an order of sale
issued fntiii the Court of Common I'lcas ol'Vin
tpu county, nml to mo (11 reel ml as Slieiill' of
said county. I will oll'cr for sale at the door of
the Court Hoiinc. in tho Town of McAiLlnir,
Vlntou county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the -ith Day of May, A.
: D. 1872,
Atthchotirof 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
Ibllowltie; described pieinlsoR, to-wlt:
Hltunto In the tiuvnshiii of HiiiiIhoii. and
dm n tv of Vinton, and statool Oliio, and known
us the' South-east (piarter of tho SoutU-enst
l mu ter ol Socllon Niiinber KlKht S.) and the
North-easl cpisi terof tlieSonlii-east fiunrter of
Sect kin Number Eight S.l fxeoptlng Ten neres
olf the North side of said North-east quarter;
and, also, thoNorth-westqimrtor of the isoiilli-
wcsl.iiiartorol Heetlou Minioer wine lit.) All
of the aforesaid Lots are in Tow nship Number
Nincfl. of Kimgo Number Nineteen (Itl.J and
est! mat cl to eiii.tuin One llmiilrcd and Ten
acres, bo Hiesiimii moro or loss, but subject lu
a II lerui nivliwayf.
Taken ns tli property ot Will inm Tyo, do
ceased, nnd Matilda 15. Tyo, to willsfy ajuilg
uieiilol'said Court In favor of Tlionuw Sball'er.
AppiMiseo.nl Six lliinili'ed and Twenty Did
lars iLUOil and must bring two-thirds of Unit
Terms ol 8alc Uttsli in iimm on the tiny or
sale. . DANIEL HOUTU.
.' Hieriti i iiiiou toiiuty,
I). It. Shlvi'l, Att'y for l'laintlff.
April 8, lUia-fiw-IUJi
Alva Newton's Estate. NOTICE
.v ".--.-.- l;".r ;W. '.' :
OF INTENTION TO PURCHASE AN
NOTIf -K l hereby given.
in pursinmrn of
law, oftlie Intention of tho
V lntou county, unio, to
Purchase for an Infirmary Farm,
the farm known as the
SITUATE ty, MIloaNOKTH of MoAruthr.
Containing 832 acres, t $37 per acre.
Petitions For and Remonstrances
The purchase of said fnrni will be considered It
11 let i la uie Aiiuuur uiitri;, u. stiiti uuttui.j, wu
WcdncHday, May 15, 1872.
I!y order of L'oinnilsslnner:
W. W. llELl tinD,
Alltlior Vlntou Co.
April II, 1872 4vv
T7iT.EA7.Kn WOODItb'EE.wlinsn place of rcsl
I'Vi ilcnce is unknown, will take notice that
ltcbucra !. Ouwii.of Vialon county, ami Htnteof
Ohio, dltt,on tlie Hlli tiny of Novt'inlHir, A. I). 1871,
lllo In Hie Court of Common I'lcas of said Vinton
..... ...I .. Ill, I,. I ,d..,.l,,l ncki.noill mrd III liiw.
tardy' in the case of licbecea.L Oiieen against
said Klca.er M ooilriiir, Iroin tliu tloekei ot Ail
drew J. Klliott. .lusticeof the l'cuce in nml lor
Harrison township. Vinton couuly. Ohio, tuul
an nlllihivlt that slio (Itelieecn J. Queen) was
tho mother of a bastard child; that said Kleiner
Wooilriilf was the father of said child; ami that
said Klciixcr Woodruff hail ahseondnl with the
Intent to defraud alllajit, ami that lie had left
the county of hia resilience (Vlnlon) to avoid
the service of a warrant; and that said Uebecea
.1. (Jiiecn, on tint llth day of November, A. D.
IS71, caused certain hinds belonging to said
KIcii.crYVoodruir, ami situate In the said County
of Vlntou to be attached, the saino being the
south east quarter of the south oust quarter of
section No. HI, townshlpNo.il; Itunge No. 10;
containing 40 acres innro or less; ulso, tho north
cast nuartcr of the south cast (liiai lcrof section
ill: township No. II; range No. 10 lu district of
lands subject to sale at Cbilllcothe, Ohio, con
tiiiiihnr 40 acres more or less, w ith the exception
of len acres sold out of the north west corner of
said lot. Haiti Wciir.er Wooilrnirin nouncii that
said case will Ihi lor lieurinii on the 2Hd day ol
May, A. D. 1H72, or na noun thereafter us the
same can bo heard.
rtEllKCCA J. QUEEN,
II v John Sfnvo, her att'y .
April 17, 18i.
StaUqf Ohio, Vinton County,
' David I. WaiUworth, lMuiiitlH,
Wellington Manufacturing Co, and othora, do.
In Jackson County Court of Common I'loiut.
Order of Hnle.
Pursuant tn tho coin maud of nn nrdor ofsnlo
bsueil lroin the Court ol' Coin mou Pleas f Jack-
son oountv, anil to mo dlrocted na Hherlll' of
Vinton county, 1 will nD'or for anient public
auction, at tho door oft ho Court House. In tho
Town of MoArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, ou
Monday the 27th Day of May, A. D.
At tho hour of 1 o'clock P. M, of tihl dny, the
following iloHcribod premises, siniato in ttie
County of Vinton, nml Htalo of Ohio, to-wit:
Tim aoiitli-wust g,uarlur of thtf aoutli-weat
Tliu south-enst nuartcr of the soulli-enst
riuai'lor of section Kinnbcr Thirty -two(a2), of
TownsMp Number Nino (ii), of llange Number
Nlnoteim fllll t and
Tlio aoiitli-iiulf of the south west quarter of
Suction Number Thlrty-llirco(:i'i).or township
Niinilmr Nlno(9), Itung Muuihuv Nlnutucu (111).
Aimi-alsutl lis fnllou'Mt
Tho south-half of south-wast dunrtor of ,
section No. HI, 'iowiislilu .JMO. , or i
o, m in -i tHvinn
Tliu aoutliwoHi qunrtcr of the south-west
quarter ot auction no. iu,oi xownsiun
No. 0. of ltnnirn No. HI. lit ' ' 1 1100.00
Tho toutli-east quarter ol' tho south-east ,
quarlcr or aeetion no.S'4, or townaiup '
No. II, of iiiiikoNo. Ill, at $100.00
To ha sold ns the tiroiiui'tv of tll Welllmrtmi
Manuinutiirlng Co. to satisfy nn order
of nnlo Issued I mm tho Court of Common
Plcss of Jackson Countv In fkvor of David L.
luruta ot ala, cusll in tinnii.'
' Rlinrln ol' Vlntou tuuuty.
Jiimc Tripp, Attoruuy for i'l'U,
April 21, !Sf2-6ivia .
[From the Greenville Democrat.]
The Second Epistle of
1. And Sauinel called to
cretber all hia kinsmen, and the
kinsmen of 'hia chosen spouse,
and said unto them : ' I.
. 2. Men and brethreniye are
flesh of my flesh, and bone of
my bonei come, thVefpr, and
feed at the public cril of this,
my generous people. -.", v-- ,.
' '3. "A n t.ripv r.amfi:' '.
"Great is Samuel, the son of
Jesse, rue tanuer, -r , . ; ,,
5. ; For it is written in the
book of profits that y wise man
provides vyd! for his own house
hold. ' r ; "
C. And when Samuel had
appointed all his tithe gather:
ersnci sent them ,to- the fuy
thtirmost corners of his domin
ion he lit a cigar.
7. And much smoke puffed
from this elongated smoke
stack. . -
8. And he called together
his cohorts and great mun, and
spoke unto them, saying:
9. "In the days of father A
braham, ye conquered all Ethi
opia, and gathered much plun
10. Ye had many ships of
war, and vast supply stores of
provisions and niuuitions of
war. Go now- and sell the
same and share with me the
11. And they went, and
broglt to Samuel horses and
dogs of rare value, as his por
tion of the plunder taken from
the conquered Ethiopians.
12. And they sold much
guns to the Gaul, (secretly).
13. The Gauls being at war
with the Teutons, and the Teu
tons being a great power in
Samuel's DoiTirnloirer hwcmsH
to deceive . his Teutonic sub
jects. 11. But Carl, one of Sam
uel's choice counsellors, took
umbrage at this shabby treat
inent of his fellow Teutons, uad
exposed Samuel's perfidy.
15. And many of Samuel's
first me u joined hands with
Carl to displace him, and tx
pose his plundering schemes.
1G. Now Samuel was excee
ding wroth, and said let decap
17. And having assembled
all his chief reprobates, he
spoke unto them, saying:
18. "Work while it is day,
the night will come, when no
man can work,'1 .
19. And they all ' went to
gather tithes, and plunder the
20. And Samuel, having im
bibed the cup that maketh mer
ry, fell into a deep sleep.
21. And the spirit of perdi
tion appeared to him in a
dream, and said: 'Samuel thou
art doomed! ' ' ,
22. Knowest thou the fate
of thy illustrious progenitors,
who hung their!! own progeny
for witchcraft? . , ;
23. Seest thou yonder gib
bet, supporting John; Drown
and Mrs. Suratt? ' ;
2-1. Behold the bastiles of
Abraham, and their innocent
occupants. ' ' '.
25, Fearest thou the cries of
ten thousands of widows and
orphans, tho result of your ir
repressible conflict. . (; . ,
2G. Seethe abomination of
desolation . thou hast . created
over all Ethiopia.
27. Mark your crowd j of
maimed and lacerated soldiers,
and the graves of many legions
thou hast. slain. ' ' .
28. Thou art daily robbing
the industrious pool , to inflate
the coffers of the rich. !
29. Thou hast thieves in thy
employ to embezzle the funds
of the nation. -
30. . Now harken to tho voice
of wisdom and prepare for the
day of reckoning, and a just
retribution, i . . . ..' 1
31. Your corruption has
spread like a blighting curse
over tho whole nation ; and the
day of reckoning is at hand.
, 32. Arise, Samuel, arise, and
prepare for your just doom.
33. And Samuel awoke with
fear and trembling, as he con
templated his dream.
31. 11. Now this came to pass
that it may be fulfilled, as writ
ten of th Profits, of Benjaraiu
who purloined Ethiopia's silver
35. ' And Samuel retaining
the ; horse of Ethiopia's first
centurion. . . , ;
36. Now may the blessings
of your plundering minions rest
... - - - -
Ulueji.crown 01 tnorns on your
37. And ten thousand nig
gers dance J upa when you are
Hills of Judea, March 24, 1872.
1782. THE WORLD. 1872.
Intho year 1873 General Grant's successor Is
to be chosen; tho Forty-third Congross to bo
The people's votes, white anil black, North and
South, will thus decide the future destiny of the
Republic, select its rulers, prcscribo tlielr
How to Influence tho people's votes? .
lly tlio newspapor for It Includes every otlior
ogency. It makes known events and facts
among all influences the chief. It assembles tho
vaster oubidc audiences which cunuot gatlior
to the btato-liouse, to tlio pulpit, or tho stum n.
It Is tho constant interpreter of men's all'airs,
MKiutuiiuiui biiiiii j9 iiiuttitiiy sccu-sowor
Next November is our political liarvest-liuio.
As we sow we shall reap.
The Wohld's seed-sowing will be fruitful to
the extent that iU circulation b widely pushed
by those who approve its aim.
The Wokld will aim to represent and com
bine the liilwrs uml the votes or
I. All those Who lillll host Insnrnnnn nf tlin
people's prosperity, peace, ami progress in a
Kuvuruiiieiit uiinnnisici'uii on lie principles and
ill the nil ro iiructiee of Jeilcrsou ami .Im-kson.
ami who descry tliu fount uml origin of tlio pres
ent corruptions, extravagance, niisgoveinment,
subverisou of public liberties, and insecurity of
private rights in our rulers' lawless usurpation
of lutortlicted and undelegated (lowers usurpa
tion that to-day inarches deliberately on to the
subjugation of popular rulu und the' possession
of dictatorial power for by tho acts of Cou
gross (jleuurul Grant may even now dostroy the
indium ui oluiu uiuijtivus iiivatiu me rcuuos at
his iiluasiire. und declare nuirlial law ol' bis own
II. 'All thOfiQ Who WOtllll llintllfllin Ihn linnAi.
of republics, and would preserve public credit
by punctual payment of public debts.
III. All those who would cut down to fower
nnd tit objects all appropriations of the people's
Diouey (to-day more, than double, nearly trible,
tlie appropriations of a Democratic Congross
eleven years ago, not counting annuities to In
dians, pensions to soldiers, and interest on debt),
anil who would oblige all spending of the peo
ple's money got by tuxes to be vjlli honusly and
turiii; likewise uu muse wno woiiiu spare a lit
tle tlie oeonle's lauded estato fur the laiiillcsa
millions liuivalter ami stop its squandering do
minions iu u uny upun bueso w 110 niioatiy own
too muolw - - .. .
IV. All those who would reduce tlie number
ofcommotllties taxed by our tai llf iiom tlious
antls lo a lew dozens, und so oniptv our cusUmi-
iiiMisv. ui mm nieir omciais, rut tno statute
liotiks of half their odious snares for honesty or
bribes to fraud, uud uuicttui' scores of unr mi.
.All those who would lower the rntes also
oi our la rtu taxos to tlio point of most easily
vlcltllnut the larirust rcvenim who would alum.
tlon tliu pinteolioiiist system of reducing the
iiiiiiuu rcveiiau nuiisi, increasing mo exior
tiouute prolits of a low at tlio expense of all oth
VI. AU those who would iibnlish every un
lawful tux, like that on incomes; every unliist
tux like that which gives banks tlio people's
proius ou u national currency; every unequal
uml indeterminate, tux, like that levied most
cruelly upon the poor the taxofour irredeem
able paper niouey.
The YVoklu will nlin ns tlio recognized ami
leading organ of tho Democratic parly In tho
great locus of national commerce ami Intclli
guuc to IU Uil this its mission and duty with
steadfast liolihiess ami lldelity ; to inspire in the
ranks of those who think tlio same things con
cerning Ihu Republican united, organized, de
termined, pcmsUmt and zeal; to win new ro
ortiits from among those who havo been en
cm ics to tliu Democracy in thucoiilliet of uduiul
past; and to marshal an unbroken phalanx to
the triumph at tho Imllot-box (truo battlu-lluld
of republics) of Liberty, Eipiulity, and Law.
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THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
What We Are Coming To
—A Gigantic Air-Gun
2,000 Miles Long—The
2,000 Miles Long—The Scheme of the Age.
Of all the Utopian schemes
ever submitted to the considpr
ation of an indulgent Senate,
perhaps the most audacious is
that composed in a bill' intro
ducod on the 28th of March by
Mr. "Wilson, "to authorize the
construction of a pneumatic
tube road between the cities of
New York and New Orleans'
'Hi V corporators" 'ii this maprrrf-
icent scueme are as lonows :
Albert Brisbane, Thomas J
Durant, "William Mullins, Jas.
U. Savery, John h. Dnggs,
Jame3 M. Ashley, Calvin Cone.
U. M. Barnard, and John. B.
Alley. The capital stock is
moderately fixed at one million
shares of $100 each or $100,-
000,000 in all, and, less this
should not prove pneumatically
adeauate to the wants ot
the company they, are au
thorized "nt anv time bv
two-thirds vote or. approval of
f ha BTnr1rliri1iliira " fcn . mnrpftaft
the stock ad libitum, or to issue
any amount of bonds at 7 per
cent., convertible into stock at
pleasure. Apart from the glo
ry attending such a stupendous
undertaking, the abovo named
gentlemen have, on previous
occasions, reudered themselves
conspicuous by being identified
in pursuits which, if not so
brilliant in conception as the
present one, were quite as chi
merical, At a former period
of his life, Mr. Albert Bris
bane turned his inventive fac
ulty to pneumatic science, and
ultimately evelved a plan for
propelling letters and (small
parcels with almost lightning
volocity through hollow spuers.
It must not be imaemcd. how
ever, that'the aforesaid named
gentleman wa3 the discoverer
of the science ot elastic fluids,
for the idea is quite a hundred
years old, and was first started
by a Frenchman named Fapin.
Mr. Brisbane obtained a patent
for his scheme in 18G9.None of
the various modifications of the
inventiou hitherto applied have
been extended beyond the lim
its of a single city, nor have
they been found so important,
by the combination of quick
transit with economy of work
ing, as to lead to any general
adoption of them. The 'prin
ciple on which they are opera
ted is very simple, and depends
upon theaction of air pressure
to drive a solid piston (which,
in most cases, is the carriage,)
through a vacuum i. c an air
exhausted tube. In 18G1 the
first pneumatio dispatch was
carried into effect iu London
by the postal authorities, who
established a tube from the
chief office to Euston square-
terminus, a distance of about
two miles. The system met
withthe'approbationof the au
thorities, and is still in use.
Similar contivauces have been
in working in Paris and Berlin.
In the light of these facts the
reader may form some faint
conception of the ' boldness of
the grand scheme of a "Na
tional Fneumatic lube tympa
ny," to build a tube road, "in
combination with hoilow
spheres," all the way from New
xork to New UrleaDS, or over
2,000 miles, while the largest
tube road now existing is less
than two miles. The next
thing notable about the scheme
is that one-third of the corpo
rators are ex-members of Con-
cress, and well Known anu
conspicuous figures in that nttn
estate known . in Washington
politics as the lobby.' James
M. Ashley, John F. Driggs, and
John B. Alley were all in Con
gress together five or six years
ago. Tho magnihcence ot tne
project is unbounded, for it not
only includes a nationel pneu
matic road, in combination with
hollow spheres, with a hundred
millions of dollars . as a mini
mum, but also a telegraph line
and all the appurtenances for
making the same. 1 This clastic
and1 accommodating charter 'is.
to be given to the corporation,
by Congress as a gratuity--without
even the stale or per
functory provision usual in such
charters that the Government
shall have the right of priority
in transmitting letters and disw
patches on payment of the cu3
tomary tarifL ; .
2,000 Miles Long—The Scheme of the Age. A FORTUNE AT A WORD.
How Two Hebrews Bo't
Some Coffee and Made
[New York Letter to New Bedford Mercury.]
I heard the other day of a
profitable transactioa roade by
two young Israelites, who re
cently arrived here penniless
and almost in rags, which, for
shrewdness and success, has
seldom been eaualled. Thv
were walking about the town
looking for employment, when
they noticed in the Custom
house a -quantity of slightly
damaged coffee advertised to
oe sold at auction in a few days.
At once forminrr their tlan of
operations, they immediately
visited several wholesale fnit-
ers, and offered to secure theux
ceffee at five percent, discount.
This was accepted, and or
ders received from 'reliable
firms enough to cover the whole-
cargo in the Custom-house.
On the day of the sale, "these
two poverty-stricken men were
amoncr the crowd of dealeis as
sembled to insnect the vai-ionft
sacks of coffee. When the bid
ding commenced these two ven
tuisoino ones bid very low.--The
crowd looked at the pooT
devils once, thinking they
wanted asack or two, let their
bid remain good, and it was
knocked down to them at an
extremely low figure.
"How much do you want,
more than one sackV" inquired
"The whole cargo, sir," they
There was a general laugh
at the audacity, which increas
ed when the auctioneer mock
ingly asked for their security.
But the tables turned, when
the poor men very quietly
drew out orders from ' leading;
merchants, whose genuineness
could not be denied, and theso
hours before paupers found
themselves possessed of eighty
thousand dollars, without ex
pending one cent to obtain it.
or seeing the coffee at all. .
Home and Health.
The" April number of this
valuable and spicy family and
health journal is received, and
deserves more than a passing
iug mentiou. After a year of
unprecedented ' success, tho
publishers announce a series of
improvements which bid fair to
eclipse anything heretofore at
tempted. The May number is
to be greatly enlarged, and
will be under the editorial
management of Rev. Geo. G.
Lyon, a gentleman of rare ac
quirements. In every number
there will bo the most enter
taining and instructive read
ing for parents and adults, tho
choicest stories and anecdotes
for young people and children,
wit and humor for old and
young, valuable information on
plants, fruits and flowers, use
ful hints on housekeeping and
cooking, and a full summary of
current events transpiring in
the world, . together with the
most varied and elaborato ar
ticles on hygiene and medicine,
and numerous pratical sugges
tions on the art of preserving
the health, on tho care and
food of, infants, and on tho
home treatment of all diseases
and ailments. - Notwithstand
ing all these improvements
the price is to remain tho samo,
$1.50 per annum. Address :
llome Publishing House, of Do
Puy, Lyon & Co., 52 Fourth
Avenue, New York. ' w
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