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J. W. BOWEN. Editor.
Mo Arthur, Jan19, 1873,
. . MEETING I
Selection of Delegates to
the State Convention,
The Democraoy of Vinton county are request
ed to meet In County Meeting, at the Court
House, in MoArthur, on
Saturday, June 3, 1873
At S o'clock P. M., for tho purpose of selecting
To represent the Democracy of said county in
the State Convention to bo held at Cleveland,
on the th ol June, and for the purpose of choo
sing a Democratic County Central Committee
for the ensuing year, and to transact such other
business as may come before the meeting.
We respectfully urge a full attendance of the
Democracy of the county at the meeting.
By order of the Dem. Cen. Com.
JOHN MAYO, Chairman.
C. W. HOLLAND,
J. W. Bowbn, Secretary.
To the Democracy of Ohio.
At a meeting of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of Ohio, held in the City of Columbus on
Tuesday, May 88th, 1ST, in which it was order
ed by the committee that a State Convention
be held on the 27th day of Juno, A. I. 1873. at
the city of Cleveland, to nomiiate a State tick
et and select four delegates at large to the Na
tional Democratic Convention to be held In tbe
City ofBnltiuiore July 8th, 1872.
You are therefore requested to meet at the
' city of Qltv 'land on said 27th day of June, A.
D. 1872, in compliance with the above (resolu
tion, to nominate candidates forthe following
State offices, to-witi
SECRET AEY OF STATE,
MEMBER BOAED OF PUBLIC WOBKS.
And von are further renuested. at tbe same
time and place, to eleet lour delegates at large
nd four alternates to the National Democratic
Convention to be held in the city of Baltimore,
It was further ordered that the Central Com
raittee of the different counties be requested to
can ineir uounty conventions lor tuo election
of delegates to the State Convention, on the Sat
urday previous to the S1th dy of June next,
except those counties where delegates have
ueen previously eiecceu.
It was further ordered, that it be and is here
by recommended to the delegates to tho Btato
Convention from the several counties, where
Congressional delegates to the National Dem
ocratic Convention shall (hire been otherwise
ehoara.toinaet.bv thai aevaral CemuAslnnal
delegations, at the State Convention, and select
two delegates and two alternates lor their re
spective Congressional districts to said Con
vention, and report the samo to the State Con
vention. It was further ordered, that each connty bo
represented in said Convention as follows;
We omit all the counties except .those com
posing the 11th Congressional District, which
gattt. Hocking 1715 7
Jackson 1768 5
Lawrence 1M4 4
Bcioto .' 2300 0
Gallia 1408 4
Vinton 1481 4
The total number of delegates to which the
several counties are entitled being C26.
By order of the Democratio State Central
C. N. ALLEN, Chairman.
J. S. CRALL, Secretary.
The Indiana Democratic
State Convention met on
Thursday, at Indianapolis, and
nominated Thos. A. Hend
ricks for Governor. The con
vention waa one of the largest
and most enthusiastic ever held
in the State. Delegates to
Baltimore, favorable to the
acceptance of the Cincinnati
nominees, were appointed.
Ilolloway's Pills and Oint
Scrofula was considered incurablo
until the great discovery of "Hollo
way's Pills and Ointment" flashed
upon the world. Diseases which
baffle the skill of the medical schools,
readily yield to the peerless reme
dies: Scurvy. Eresypolas, Salt
rheum, Itch, and all cutaneous erup
tions are curable by them. 25 cents
per box or pot,
The indications point nnmis
takably to the acceptance of
Greeley and Brown by the
Democratic National Conven
tion at Baltimore. Democra
tic Convetiona last week, held
in the States of Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, South Carolina and
"Vermont have appointed dele
gates favorable to accepting
the Liberal nominees.
To Whom it May Concern.
FAIRBURY, ILL., Oct. 4th.
a, For the past year I have been
using and prescribing Speer's Wino,
Wine Bitters and his P. J. Brandy
in my practice, considering them
superior to any articles of the kind
in this market. .Respectfully,
J. WRIGHT, M. D.
Wheat and oats in Linn coun
ty, Iowa, are reported as look
ing remarkably promising.
The Saginaw (Mich.) Enter
prise says that the crops in that
the crops in that vicinity look
The Ohio Valley Editorial
Convention at Athens.
The Fifth Editorial Conven
tion commenced at Athens on
Thussday last, tbe 13tb. Mem
bers of the press being present
from Marietta, Logan, Circle
ville, Jackson, Portsmouth,
Ironton, McArthur, Chillicothe,
Batavia, Wilmington, Lancass
ter, New Lexington, Xenia,
Somerset, Cincinnati, Colnm
bus, Middleport, and other pla
ces. Upon our arrival at. 4:30,
Wednesday afternoon we found
at the Messenger ollice only
Bros. Mackley, of tho Jackson
Standard, and ftoardraan. of
VW u M v J ' '
the Hillsboro News, but learn
fid that W. W. Bond, of the
Chillicothe Gazette . had "re
ported for duty." Upon eve
ry train that arrived on the M.
and 0. B. It and the Cvand H.
V. R. R., during the next
twenty-four hours, appeared
more of the Ohio V alley Edit
ors, most of whom had never
seen the "pivot upon which the
grand Hocking Valley re
About 11 o'clock Thursday
forenoon, the editors were
shown into the parlor of the
Warren House, the new Hotel
now being completed, where a
very neat speech or welcome
wa3 delivered by Hon. Wil
liam Golden, Mayor of Athens.
The Committee of Arrange
ments Gen. C. H. Grosvenor,
Hon. N. H. Yan Vorhe9, Gen.
T. F. Wildes, C. E. M. Jen
nings, and Prof. W. II, Scott
through Gen. Grosvenor, an
nounced that first on the pro
gramme, at half past one o'clock
would be a visit to the Ohio
University, the new Lunatic
Asylum, and other points of
interest. The Ohio University
was established in the year
1802. The i center building
was completed in 1816, and the
two wing buildings in 1836.
The editors, together with a
number of ladies, were shown
through the ancient institution
of learning by Prof. Scott, of
the Athens Journal. Carria
ges then arrived and a ride
taken to the new Lunatic Asy
lum, in course of erection about
one mile south-west of town.
Through this large and fine
building we were accompanied
by Hon. N. H. Yan Vorhes,
one of the contractors. The
building stands in a very beau
tifnl place. The "other points
of interest," consisted of the
beautiful scenery in the neighs
borhood of the Asylum. The
party, lead by Bro. Jennings,
of the Messenger, visited the
high hills west of Stewart's
Mills, from the tops of which
the romantic scenery of the
Hocking Yalley can be seen
for almost thirty miles distant
The party arrived atheadquar-
ters at the Warren House
about 6 o'clock in the eveninsr.
At night a banquet wa9
T 1.1- - .1
given uy me gooa citizens 01
Athens in the large Hall in the
fourth story of the Warren
House, at which Hon. y. E.
Davis, of the Cincinnati Times
and Chronicle, and one of the
Trustees of the new Asylum,
presided. About three hund
red persons, including: many
ladies, were happily entertained
until after midnight. The
edibles being disposed of, toasts
and responses closed the "order
of the exercises.' Gen. Thos.
Ewing of Lancaster responded
to "The Hocking Yalley," in a
most eloquent speech, which
was listened to by all. He
regarded "the section of the
State travereed bythe Hocking
and Muskingum valleys as the
seat of the oldest distinctive
American civilization on this
continent. . Here settlements
were made, opinions formed,
and communities organized
without the flavor of provin
cialism which marked the com
munities east of the Allegha
nies, who drew their inspiration
from the country of which the
American Colonies were their
depenencie9. The early settle
ment of the Hocking Valley
bad been immediately followed
by efforts at scientific and lit
erary culture. The first circu
lating library was brought here
in a wagon from Boston, and
paid for in part by the furs of i
animals trapped by the young
men of this settlement, one of
whom now present, Judge
Brown, was old enough to have
fnm.rinnieu uis wvu emu iu
fho Mit.Arnrisa. fCheers.1
"The Ohio University .loca
ted here more than seventy
years ago, issued to the speak
er's father, Hon. Thomas Ew
ing, the first parchment of
graduation. When the com
pany under whose auspices this
section was settled sent their
agent to locate a large tract of
land, he declined to take the
advice of the pioneer, Ebenezer
Zane, who pointed out to him
the value of the Miami valleys,
and preferred to locate among
these hills. The speaker was
not certain but this choice had
proved a wise one. Here had
been found a more healthful
region for the' early settlers
than in the richer valleys far
ther west, and here nature has
stored in endless profusion the
elenientS'of wealth. In this
valley tb$ coal, of which four
teen distinct seams are found,
varying in thickness from
three to twelve feet, is in close
proximity to the best iron ore,
and to limestone suitable for
flux, making the region supe
rior to all others in the world
for the manufacture of iron.
The coal mined here is used in
making iron at Columbus and
Zanes ville, and is an article of
commerce in Cleveland and
other lake ports, and as far
west as Omaha and fet. raul.
"The opening of the Hock- j
ing Valley itauroaa wittnn
the past two and a half yeais,
has opened to the world these
rich and practically inexhaust
ible treasures of iron and coal,"
W. S.Furray, of the Cincin
nati Gazette, - responded to
"The Press, W.. C. Hood, of
Marietta to "The Bar; " J. II.
Putnam, of the Chillicothe
Advertiser, honored "The Cit
izens of Athens; " Gen. C. . H.
Grosvenor, to "Our Guests ;'
Prof. Scott, to "The OhioUni
versity ; " Dr. Lash, of Athens,
and W. E. Davis, of Cincinnati,
to "Woman ;" Col. N. II. Yan
Vorhes, formerly of the Athens
Messenger, to 'TheJEx-Editors;'
Rev. D. II. Moore of Columbus,
to "The Pen Mightier than the
Sword." The exercises were
interspersed with the'swdetest
music by the Athens Glee
Club. After- the festivity
closed a portion of the company
adjourned to an elegant dan
cing hall, next door ,to the
Warren House; where many
remained for almost "three
At 9 o'clock on Friday morn
ing, the editors accompanied
by about two hundred ladies
and gentlemen of Athens; de
parted on an Excursion Train
for the Straitsville and Nelson-
ville coal mines, and the Salina
and Uhauncey Salt Works.
The train was especially and
gratuitously furnished by the
L'olumbus and Hocking Valley
it. K. Jbor want o1 space and
time we can say nothing more
this week. In our next issue
we shall have something to sav
about the coal mines, the salt
wois, tbe C. and ft V R R,
tne vvarren JJouse, Ancient
Athens, the business of the
Convention, and such other
things as we mav leave room
for in this paper.
Meeting to Apopint Delegated.
Attention is directed to the call of the Cnimtv
Central Committee, in this papor, for tho Do
Diocracv to meet nn finhinlmr
J UVA IIIU Vtf AI
elect four delegate to represent Vinton Count
in tho State Convention at Cleveland. In viow
of the fact that no Congressional Convention
wm probably be held to eeloct delegate! to rep
resent tho District in the Baltimore Convention,
It will probably be in order for our County Con
vention direct tne delegates to the state Con
vention to select the Baltimore delegates at
Cleveland, at may be done under the call of the
State Central Committee.
Not having heard of any one spoken of in this
w wlu AutbimuiU IVUVUll-
t lit. m vnntil niaNif tti. A A m .1
nlng of this i county, and we have no hesitancy
In anvltiir that h.-rlll K Ik. .1.L1 ,..
7:77s ".wwn.tvw wo riicut mail in iue
Xet hosts of Dcmooratt be prcnont next Satur-
The Bar Room Remciiv
for weakness of tbe stomach is a
dose of Bum Bitters. Thov are
surcharged with Futel Oil, a dead ly
element, w&iob it rendered more
active by the punsrent astrinirenta
with which it is combined. If your
stomach is weak, or your liver or
bowels disordered, tone, strengthen
or regulate them with Vinmae Bit-
ties, a pure Vegetable Stomachio,
Corrective and Aperient, free from
alcohol, and .capable of infusing
now vitality into your exhausted
and disordered system. n23-4w.
The late rains . have . greatly
improved the wheat prospects
in Ingham county, Michigan.
Farmers now calculate on a
first class crop. ,
' FOUBTH OF JULY 1 .
Pic-Nic and Dance !
Arrangements Jiave hoen niailo by J. Wolf
and S, Shipley for having a Uranil celebration
in tho beautiful Grovo oust of the Cur Shops,
near Zalcskl, on Thursday, July 4th. Thoro
will be a dunce in llio grovo In which the Pic
ntc will bo held, a largo platform having been
erected for that purpose
t'omeonol. Come everybody 1 and participate
in the grand rejoicing I and in a gouoral old
fashioned celcbratlonof the 4th. The managers
are determined Uiat tho occasslon elmllbo pleas
ant and agrceablo to all.
Bring your baskets well lllledl There will bo
fun I Joy I happiness I Let the youngcomol Let
tho old comol
Refreshments of all kl"l ui,m 'he ground I
Ice Crcain and Lnger lleer will be plenty I
Excellent music will he furnished.
A sufficient nnmltor of officers will be present
(o preserve order and to repel rude or unlit
It is with deep feelings of regret that wo stato
that Ebwabd H, G abb, of tho Car Shops, at Za
leskl, who had been partially deranged In mind
sinco tho death of his wife, made an effort, on
Thursday morning last, to destroy his own llio.
On Tuesday afternoon the citizens of Zideskl
found it necessary to remove him to McAJthur,
when he hadan examination before the Probate
Court. The imjHO fpnnd it necessary to ordor
the uulbrtunatojaau; tofte'scnt'to the Longvlew
Asylum. . He was taken to that Institution thlB
morning, A charge of two or threo citizens of
this plaornnd Zaleskl.
TnKhiliosoftheM. E. Church hold a Straw
borry Festival at the Court Kouso last night.
Thoro viis a largo turnout of tho citizens. The
proceeds amounted to about (30; which will bo
nppliei to repairing the Parsonago.
Eveftbodt is invited to attend the meeting
of tho Voting Men's Christian Association, at
the JI. S. Church, on next Monday evening.
Tho sihject for debate is, "Resolved, That tho
Blblo tetches a literal bodily resurrection."
G. W.rilchor speaks on tho nlllrmative, and
Itobt. Sigo, Esq., on the negative.
Budgff, Box and other Interesting exercises.
Accidint. On Thursday morning last, John
Nixon, w"io was engaged in painting the dwell
ing house of T. A. Martin, on Logan street, had
both wristo dislocated, his head badly bruised,
and was otherwise injured, by falling a distance
of thirty fict, the ladder upon which lie was
standing giving way from under him. Ho is
slowly resovcring. Being a poor man, nud hav
ing a fanily to euro for, Mr. Martin passed a
a subscription paper around on Monday and
succeeded in raising a number of dollars for tho
At a regular commmunication of Delta Lodge
No.'SOT.F. I A.:St., held at their Hall, in Mc
Arthur, J mo 15th, A. I). 1873, A. L. 5872, the
following preamble and resolutions were unan
WiterkaB, it has pleased our Supreme Grand
Master, to romovo our beloved Brother, II. C
Moore frcm bis lalmrs on earth to everlasting
relrehmcnt in the spirit world, Therefore,
Itetolvetl, That we deeply sympathize with the
family unci relations of our deceased Brother, in
tbe loss wlich they hnvo sustained of an affec
tionate husband, lather anil friend.
Jiemltttl, That by the death of Bro. Moore this
community has lo-t an excellent citizen, the
Masonic fraternity a true Masou, and the world
an honest man.
JtitolctJ, That In token of fraternal regard for
our deceancd Brother, this Lodgo he clothed in
mourn in for tho period of thirty days,
Itetolvid, That the aliovc bo published In tbe
newspapers of this county, and that the .Secreta
ry furnish au pfficinl copy to the family of tho
' " ' -
H. C. JONES
Sla(4 of Ohio, Vi'nlon Count.
Jesse Francis, Ailnminlstrator of the estate of
William Francis, deceased, 1'lalntilf,
John W. Jeffrey and Wife, Defendants.
In Vinton County ( otirt of Common Pleas. Or
i dcr of Salo.
Pursuant to the command of an ordor of side
In the above cnie issued from the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Vinton comity, Ohio, and to me
directed as sliuriffof said countv, I will offer at
public salo, at tho door of tho Court House, in
tho town of McArthur, In said Vinton conn-'
Monday, the 22d Day of July, A. D.
, . 1872, '
At the hour of S o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, situ
ate In the county of Vinton, and Stato of Ohio,
The North-cast quarter of tho North-east
quartcrofSoctionNumbercight (,) Township
NumborTcn (10,) and Range Number Nineteen
(1U,) containing forty acres; also another tract,
lying south Four (4) chains and Fortv-one Ml)
links south of the Korth-west corner of Section
Nino () game township and range: thence South
Four (4) chains md Seventeen (ft) links to the
cornorof Hand Smith's land; thence South
Sixty-four (4) "iegrecs east Flvo (G) chains nnd
F ivo (5) links t the countv road; thence North
Forty-one and ihrco-fourths (41 v) degrees East
Ono chain and ril'ty-clght links; thence North
F'orty.elght (48) degrees West Flight (8) chains
andSIx (fl) links to tho placo of beginning, con
taining ono and sixty-seven hundredths (1 07-100)
Appraised at frro Hundred nnd Roventv-flve
Dollars (5.tK), and must bring two-thirds of
of that sum.
To bo sold as the property of John W. Jeffrey
and Wife to satisfy an order of salo Issued from
said Court of Common Pleas in favor of Jiwse
Francis, Administrator of tho cstatoof William
Terms of Hale Cash In hand.
' DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton county.
D. B. SniVEi, Att'y for Plaintiff.
June 19, 187'i Cw.-iX
State of Cliio, finton Countv.
Abraham Wilbur, Plaintiff,
' -. gainst,
Charles W.Spronsand Mary J. SprousrvDo.
Vinton County Court Common rioas. Order
j, of Sale.
Pursuant to tllO Command of an nrdorof aalo
issued trora tho Court of Common Flonsof Vin
ton County, and to me directed os Sheriff of
said county, I will offer for salo at the door of
cue court House, in tne Town or McArthur,
Vinton county, Ohio, on t
Monday, the 22d day of July, A. D,
At the hourof 2 o'clock P. M. of snl A day, the
following described lands and tenement, to-
In-lot nnmhor five (R) in the village of Hamden,
Vinton Count Ohio.
Appraised at Eight hundred dollars (1800.00),
anil must bring two-thirds of that sum.
To be sold as the property of Chsrlca W.
oirmise uuu wire to saiisiy an oraeroi snie is
sued from the Court of Common Pleas In favor
Of Alirahmn Wtlliur.
Term of Sale Cosh In. hand on the lny of
uju., , uAnirj, iiwui.
Sheriff Vinton County,
14. L, Clip Att'y for Plaintiff.
June 1ft, lH7-!5w-9
ROAD TAX NOTICE.
Auditor's Ofmoi, Vintom Co., Ohto.J
tin 1 OT.HTT t. T, mala 1 UTU 1 ,
NOTICE Is horohy given that the following
levies have been mado by the Trustee of
the Townahips rtamod below for rood purposes
ior mo year lent, to-wivi
The above Koad Taxes may be discharged by
labor on the Public Kosds untlor thedireetlon
of the Supervisors of the several lload DIs-
trieu within P1wIJ2f1VBETi
Jna W,187ar-8W. Auditor Vinton Co.
StattqfOMo, Vinton County,
Abraham Wilbur, Plaintiff,
Sebastian Goetz et. al.. Defendants
In Vititon County Court of Common PieiW. Or
Purmmnt to the command of an order of sale
issued from tlie Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton county, and to me directed ns Shorlff of
said county. I Will offer for sale at the door of
tno uoiiit noiiNH.iu 1110 ivwn 01 juoAirnur,
Vinton county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 22d Day of July, A- D.
At the Hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following desorlbed lands and tenements, sit
uate in tho County of Vinton, nd Btato of Ohio,
Commending at tho north-west corner of the
north-east nue-hulf of the north-oust quarter
of Soction number, thirty, Township number
ten (iu,) or Knnge number seventeen (ii)
thence ninnine fionth within two (8) roils of Jo-
smli Wilbur's house: thence east to tho Mari
etta k Cincinnati R. R. tbenernnnlng north
easterly to the Houm-west corner or Jjruigei
Whlto's lot; thenoo due north to the Soctlon
line- then dnu west to the ulace of bCKintiiiiK:
coutnlning two aores more or less, with all tho
privileges anil appurtenances meruit) ueioiig
Annrslsetl nt Fifteen Hundred nnd Thirty.
threo dollars and Thlrty-thrceocnts ($1,033.83,)
and must tiling two-tumis or ennt sum.
To be sold as the nronertv of Sebastian Goetz
and ot hers to satisfy an order of sale issued
from tho Court of Common Pleas in favor of
Terms of Salk. Cash In hand.
M. t. Clark, Attorney for Plt'ff.
State of Ohio, Vinton Count),
Catharino Glasgow, Plaintiff,
Eliza A. But ton, Administratrix of Daniel But
ton. Decoasod.und others Defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common Ploas.. Or-
rursnanttothe command of an order of sale
issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Vin
ton County, and to medirected as Sheriff of said
countv, I will offer for sale at the door of the
Court'llouse, in tho town of MoArthur, Vinton
county, Ohio, on
Monday, the 22di Day of July,
A- Di 4872,
At the hour of 8 o'clock P.M. of satd day, the
following described lands and tenements, to
wit: In-Lots Numbers ono Hundred and Eighty
live (185( nnd Ono Hundred nntlNinetv-ouo dill.)
in the town of McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio;
subject, however, to the dower estato of said
Eliza A. Button, and so much thereof as is
contained in tho following bounds,
to-wit: Commencing at tho South-castcorncrof
said In-lot Number 101; thence West 2'J i'eet;
thence North to the North Lino of said Lot;
thence East 2S feet to the North-east comer of
said Lot; thcuco South to tho place of beginning;
and, nlso commencing nt tho South-east corner
oi sain in-int J umner in,; inenco wese ira icct;
thence North to thoN,rlh lineof snid lot; thence
East 22 feet to the North-east corner of 6aid lot;
thence South to the place of beginning.
Appraised, bo encumbered by said dower, as
ln-lot No. 101 at f 46.00
In-lot No. 185 at .... $100 . 00
And each of said In-lotsmust bring two-thirds
of tho appraised value thereof.
To be sold as property bclpnging to tho estate
of Daniel Button, deceased, to satisfy a judg
ment, in favorol Catharino Ulasorow.
Tehus of Sale Cash in hand nt the timo of
salO. DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton Co.
D. B, SntvEL, Att'y for Pl'ff.
Juno 111, 1872-6W.-1B
Office of the Trustees of Elk Towhsthp,
VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 8, )
To tht Qualified Elector of Elk Totomhlp:
NOTICE is hereby glvon that tho following
vetiiiest siL'iied bv one hundred tax-nnvinii
electors of said township of Elk, lias been made
upon the Trusiecs of said township, as follows,
To Vie Tfutteet of Elk Tincnshtp, Vinton County,
VK. tln uniJprfdtrnfri. tax-navinsr olot-tors of
Raid township of Elk, county of Vinton, Ohio,
one lumilretl In number, respectfully request
that you construct a railroad from a point on
tho southern boundrv of said township, whore
the old road-bed of the Sclolo and Hocking Vnl
lev 1C H, -crosses mild bomuiry, balitirthe wmith-
orn terminus to tho northern or weslorn boun-
daryofsanl townshl), near tno comer thereof,
being the northern terminus, that you appro
lirmtc the sum of M5.0OO toward the construction
of sold road, said sum being less than live per
cent, of the assepcd valuation of the real and
personal property last niiule in snid township;
that said sum of fcirUMUlie in Bonds of said town-
shin of Elk. nnvablo at tho olllee tho Troasnrcr
of inton county, Ohio, and shall bear seven per
cent interest, nayamo annually; time is.uou in
amount of said iionds shall become due and pay
able in twelve veaiN, $5,000 in 14 years, $.000 la
HI years, $r,000 in 18 years and ?3,000 in 20 years
nft'er the dale of their execution and delivery;
that said Itonds shall be of the fullowingdenoui-
intititin, to-wit: One liunilrctt ot ono hundred
dollars each, twenty of live hundred dollars
each, and live of one thousand dollars each, and
lie inuiibcreti iroin one ro ono liuntircti nnti
twentv-tlve Inclusive. That each and every
one of said Bonds shall have the necessary In
terest Coupons attached, and that snhl Bonds
anil Interest Columns shall be executed and
siuned bv llio Trusteos and Clerk of said town
ship of Elk in tho usual and ordinary manner of
executing and signing Bondt. That you call a
meetinp of tlie nualilled electors of said town
ship of Elk, in tno manner provided by law, on
Tuesday, the 23d day of July, 1872,
between tho hours of six o'clock a. m. nnd six
o'clock p. M., at the usual place for holding elec-
tieilH iu Haiti iuv iiniiiii, iiiiii uiueiurs uuiiik men
nnti there required to vote for or against tlie
tho construction of saitl proposed railroad, and
tho requests herein made. That you givo 80
days notice of tho calling of said meeting of tho
qualified electors of said township, by publica
tion In somo newspaper of general circulation
in snid township. This request Is made under,
and for tho purpose of availing said township of
KM or an tno ncncuis, power nnu privi
leges of an Act of the General Assomblv of tho
Stato of Ohio, ent itled "an Act to Authorize
Counties to Build Itiillroiuts. nnd to Lease and
Operate the same," passed April 23, 1872.
John N. McLaughlin
U. st, cinypmii
J. M. McGillivrny
L. Dos Martin
J. W. Delay
J. T. Shal l)
V. W. Holland
J. W. Bowen
B. T. Quick
G. W. Brunton
M. R. Barnes
' A. Barlcon
K.1U Clark .
Andrew Wolf I
E. A. Slssou
Perry A Bender
L. D. Barnes
W. D. Gold
K. N. Barnhill
David Andrews . :
J. Ira Hell
L. O. l'erduo
C. M. Sidman
C. J, Billlnghurst
C. B. Dunklo
A. W. Ullom
Joseph V. Kalor
James B. Johnson
O. W. Holland
o. T. Gunning
A. C Dowd
S, II. Trimmer
Thomas IS. Davis
John J. Shock cy
8. W. Sherwood
II. P. Ambrose
John II. King
Owen D, Hawk
J. S. Will
D. C. Gill
A. W. Brown
Parker It link ill
Oeorgo W. Benedict
John P. Duiiklo
G. W. Sisson
J. N. Dillon
W. F. Felton
J. S. Huh ii
D. V. Kannnlls
B. P. Bothwell
II. B. Mayo
Job W. Lucas
C. P. Ward
G. W. Pearco
G. W. Pllchor
V. It. Sprnguo
J. C. Pugh
A. II. Dowd
C. W. Burnett
.l. U. Swotland
J. A. Felton
J. G. Swetland Jr.
D. B. Shivcl
Ti,,.t i n,i,.nrilmirn with said ronuest a moot'
Ing or said electors Is hereby called, and a spe
oiift olnnilim for said nurnose is herohv Ordered
at tho usual place of holdlug election in said
Tuesday, July 23d, 1872,
hntwenn tho hours of six o'clock A. H. and six
o'clock p. H., nt which time and placo said eloo
tors nro requested to vote for or against the con
ing of tho amount named as a iuiid for the pur-
fiose, antioinerroqu"w.v",,",u --i-..
on of snid electors shall bo expressed ou the bal
lots as follows:
Which Ballots shall bo counted ami returned
by the Judgos and Cleiks of election as in other
CMm- LEVI WYSf AN, f i
J AMKS 11. JOHNSON, Tnistoos.
II F.N V HKRROLD, )
Morris Evans, Clerk.
June at, WT.-ow
Estate of William Harrison Blaok.
THE undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as administrator with the w II
ariuoxeu, oi mo usunu ui ---
Black, late of Kuox township, Vitdmi coiiiity,
Ohio, deceased. ELLES W. FBELMAN.
Juno in, ibis. ow.
—OF— INTENTION TO BUILD A BRIDGE.
xr,-,'nr.i.. I., i. 1. .. I .,iiQani..n fif
law, ol the intention of tho Commissioners of
Vinton oouuty, onio, to uuiiu a
MIDDLE FORK OF SALT CREEK,
In Harrison Townshln. nonr tho residence of
Jonathan Ray, and that
Petitions for and
The building of the samo, will be oonsidorcd if
men in mo Auditor's uiuue oi sum county, on or
Holiday, July 15, 1872.
By ordor of Commissioner,
Auditor Vinton Co., O.
June 10, 1878 IW.
HOUSTON. DILLON & CO.,
Having purohascd tlio above Woolen Mill,
would respectfully announce to their patrons,
and the public in general, that this Mill is now
rparetl to do nil ainnsoi uumuai vyuivn.
aUmmo. hpinnini. W RAVING, and all
kinds of work usually done in Country Mills.
With FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN, ami MA
CHINERY, under the Snperiritondenco of I. N.
LOTTRDGE, work will be done with nbnkhb
nd dispatch. ALL WORK WARRANTED
where the wool Is good ana clean,-aim wen
Our prlcos for doing worlc are as follows:
nnii na-.ii-n nan, Oninnfa.
CnrdiiigtndSpliinlngVf Ib.'.'.V .'.'.'.18 "
Mailing Blocking I am, uouuie aiiu
uvisieu, p id ou
JEANS, FLANNEL S, BLkNKFTS,
STOCKING and other YARNS,
Constantly on hand and for sale,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
which wo will exchange for Wool, nt rates
that cannot fail to satisfy those who give 'us
us a call, and at tho snino timo give you the
satisfaction of patronizing a
HOME INSTITUTION I
Tho hlahest Market Pilco'pnld In CASH for
Wool. HOUSTON, DILI.ON & CO.
May 20, 1872.
MINERAL SPRINQ WATER,
Of Waukesha, Wis.
This water is the acknowledged cure of the
hitherto Intractable and incurable diseaso
known as Bl ight's Disease and Diabetes. '
Is fatal to tho kidneys, tho body wftstca away,
UUU UUPtUUJ O AIM Uy BLUl VttHUII Ul VUXJ DIUUtli
Commencc's with frequent lG8.ro to pass water.
iM.I...L u(-nIl. nnil
Of Dropsy havo been effected, llriek-dust de.
posit, lnllnination of the neck of the Illmldcr,
alkali nnd gouty swellings. Forthe liver it is
unsurpassed. It is eminently serviceable in
tho Gravel. I.iver An'cctions, Kidney, Bladdet
and Urinary organs. Stino In Kidney, reten
lion of urine, incontiiieiice of uriue, liillious af
fections, tunl, disease .incident to lcimiles. It
will allay nil inllaination of kidney and urinary
organs in twentv-foiir hours, giving immediate
relief. Also in Scarlet V'ever, it prevents tho
kidneys from congesting, and removes all traces
of alblinienorin. Also cures gout-and rheuma
Haf thbsnnio good effect nt tho remotest part of
tho country ns It lias nt the spring: It never
loses a particle of IU moilidit'iualqiinlltli-s by
package or trnnNlnrmatlon ; Is clear, sparkling
nnd pleasnnt to the taste, It can be dnuilt at ell
All ovor the country nro koiindlng its pruiso as
an unequnled medicinal agent, and among
tluiso who lll bt'iir testimony In tho marvel-
siiscures perfected bv it on them ns well as
omen, are him ntni. n. i . v,iipu, ,iiiri . untiuiT
of the United States, whose lieslth has been
iiprfcctlv rpHfnri'il bv its use: the Hon. Will.
Windoih, Senator from Minnesota: A. M. Hil
lings, rresitientl'copies' iiast)o.,i,iiiongo, in.;
the Rev. Mr. Hrown.of Notro Dame Universl.
tv. Indiana: Mr. (jcorifo II. Ken. l'rcs. 2d Na-
tionsl Bank, St, Louis; Mr A. Ii. Pearson, 01 N
Main street, St. Louis; Mr. O. 11. Watt, Kcokulc
Packet Co., St. Louis; 0. H. Hunt, of Hunt's Di
ning Rooms, No. 170 Vine street, Cincinnati,
nnu many oincrs. Aiioruoraiorwnierpruiupi'
ly filled, Send for circular. Aildrcss
BARNUM & McMILIEN.
Agents, 187 W. Fourth St.,
For ealo by Druggists.
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
For all General Diseases) or Htock ami
HOUSES CtlKKD OF CJLANDER8 Aaron
Bnydor's, U. 8. Assistant Assessor, Mount
yKtna, Pa,, C. Ilncoii's, Livery and Kxchnnge
Stable, Sanlmrv, Pa.
1IOKSK8 OllitKD OK FOUNDER Wolfo &
Wilholm's Danvillo Pii A. Ellis's; Merchant,
wnsliingtonviiio, l'a- j. jico Bionnaers,
Jnrsv Shore. Pa.
HORSKH CUKKD 01? LUNO FKVKIt-IIess
& Urn's, Lowlslmrir, l'a.
HOUSES CUK1CD OV COLIC.-Thomas Cling
nn's. Union cnuiitv. Pa..
1IOC8 CUltlCD Or' CIIOLHRA. H. Burr's,
II. & A. Cnilwnller's. Milton. P.
COWS CUKKD. Dr. McCleory's, J. H.Mc
Cornilck's, Milton, Pn.
CIIICKICN8 HJHICl) OK CUOLEnA AND
GAPKS. Dr. I). T. Krebs's, Watsontown,
Pa,, Dr. II. Q. Davis', C. W.Btlcker's, John and
Jnines Flnnoy's. Milton, Pa. Hundreds more
could bo el ted whose stock was saved by using
the lied Horse Powder.
Druggist, Chemist, Horseman,
At his whoRiilo and retail drug and clioinlonl
emporium, Ho. 80 lirouthvay, Milton, Penn.
In Cash and Other Valuable
PBB ILVl IUM S
Will he distributed to the 2.00 Subscribers to the
The Tint Week In SeptemW, 1812.
All two dollar suhlcrlber received hotween
tho lstof April andtholstof Soptempor, 187S,
will bo made participants in tho above distrl-
There are ovor 1,200 Premiums, the first of
which is $500 In Cosn. "n" "r ""o1""
Cash Premiums of from S5 to lO0, each, and
Forty of tlioae celebrated Btom-wlndlng, Hunt
n onsed Watches. ... ,
Send for specimen copies, list of premiums,
terms, &e. Address . .,,,'
To any book rgent,
A $5.00 GREENBACK!
And a specimen of the
OF THE UNITED STATES. '
1300 Pages and 500 Engravi gs.
PRINTED IN ENGLISH AND GEBMAN.
Writton by 80 Eminent Authors including
Horace drooler und John 11. UoiiKli.
Wo want agents-ln every town tosollolt ordors
for this worlc, on liberal torms. Ills acorn,
nlote history of all brancliesoflndustry .process
es of nianufaoturos, to. . No like wort ever be
fore published. An onrly application wll be
soenro noliolco in territory. Pull particulars
and torms will be sent freewlth sspeolmen pi
J. B. HUBR A II Y 1B, Hartiord,Conn Chicago,
Ills., andClnclnnatl, Ohio.
CnREE TO BOOK AGENTS I IT
Complete Canvassing Hoooh ol 'the IIitoty ofvi
U1CAGO and Us DKSTKCCTIO i
Sixty thousand copies sold. In English and Gor
man. Price $'i. 60. A complete history ;a book
full of thrilling interest nnd startling incidents;
iroiussiy uinsirateu. jnow eiiiuon jusc pun
ished brotisht down to ilntn: full renort of Re
lief Society, with Carlton's poem, 'The Burning
of Chicago.' Send ' omits for pottage on uutllt.
aotiress union f CBLJSIUNU CU ,Chlcago,lll,
ZANKSVIM.E, O., WOOLEN
MANUJf'O CO. solicit ortlors for
their Putnam Ho:islins (Jeans),
all wool tilling sud froo of grease.
Ulues warranted inlgo' Elannuls
of ovory description Knitting
Yarns, liluo Mixed, Scarlet and
Ttrl.Un. ,1..., i.. I,. n . I . I
, I IIIW) HIU-, IVLl I II 10 W tll JIUllllU
and coni'80, six; long reel and full count, 009
yds. to tho cut. Samples and prices furnished
to morclnmts on application as above.
TTlio Mill a
Hair Dressing and Restorer
Your Druggist has it.
Cheap Farms! Free Homes!
ok inK ins or ths
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A LANtl 0B4NT Or
IN THE BEST
FAEMIUa AND MIKE U AL LANDS IK AMEBit A,
3,000,000 ACRES IK NEBEASSA
GREAT PIATTE VALLEY,
GARDEN OF THE WEST,
NOW FOR 8AI.EI
i ncus lantis are in tho central portion of II e
United States, on tho 41st degree of North LatttuuY
tli nan, Al llntt r,f ix llV.nAH,,H P .1..
v..wvu.,.,u .,ua ,,. v.iu giuBi; i cuijrnuw iJUlia VI IMP
American Coutlnant, and for grain crowing fiml
stock raising unsurpassed by any in tho Unltnl
CHEAPER IN PRICE, more favorable torms
?tven, and mors convenient to market than can be
FEEE HOMESTEADS FOB ACTUAL SETTLERS,
The Best Location for Colonies.
Soldiers entiled to homestead of 100 acres.
Free Passes to Purchasers of Land,
Send for tho now dcsorlntlvo nomnhlot. with ne w
mips, published Is English, German, bwocdlah tnd
Danish, mailed frco everywhere
auurosM u,r, uavis,
Land Commissioner, U. P. It. It. Co.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS'
$40, $50, $75, and $100.
GOOD, DURABLE AND CHEAP.
Shipped Ready for Use.
J. W. Chapman &'Co., Madison, Ind.
rF"BEND FOR CIKCULAE.-ffO
LIGHTNING I RODS.
Munson's Copper Tubular Lightning Bod, witii
Spiral Flamtcs, Is the most complete pro. eottm
iinnliist lightning ever Invented. Endorsed !
ths sclenilflo world, nnti lv Wliolesulo Dealers
from Maine to Georgia. Bend lor Clrealar to
OCKHAKT ICO.S3'l Penn. St.. Pittsburgh. Pa.,
or N. Y. COl'PKK LIGHTNING ROD CO., 8
imm wquare (.iNnrin), isew orK.
The Best Paint in tho "World!
Pure White nnd Over One Hundred Dif
ferent bliades and Tints.
This paint Is mado of the purpst and most durable
material borotifire used by iialnicrs, combined with
a large proportion of India Kubln'r, which la chemi
cally united In sncli a manner as to form a smooth,
glossy, firm, durable, elastic and beautiful Paint,
which becomes firmly cemented to tho substanoo to
which It is applied.
n9Thcse Paints are prepared ready for osc, and
sold bjr the gallon only.
RUBBER PAINT CO., Cleveland, 0
When the Blood Bushes with rookct-llko vio
lence to the head, causing hot flushes, vertigo sod
dimness of sight, It Is a certain sign that a mild,
salubrlou,ooolii(t and equalling laxative Is re
quireil,andTAnBKT's ErrKnvusoEsr BKlTZan ArK
niKNT should at once bo resnrteil to.
HOLD BY ALL DKUGCISTS.
Kor any case of 111 Ind, Illoo
ding, Itching, orUlcerntcd
Piles that Die Hinos Pn.K
Hkmkiiy falls to cure. It is
..... ..urn,! ftvnveHfilv to cure
tho Piles, nnd nothing cise. nuiu u "'
gists. Price 1.
AATIIBI ft l'opliam's AstliniB Speclfio
O I HlVl Al is warranted to relieve the worat
ohm in ton minutes, and by perseyerlnir In is
tiso effect a curt Kor sal by all PrtiPRlrts,
or sent hy mail, post P"'')."" ""'P J. ' f5
DOLLAR. Adilroas T. POPUAM CO., l'hil-
ndclphla, Tiw -.
D. LANGELL'S NEW ASTHMA
Having atrnggled twenty years between life and
death with Aitthma or I'htliielo, I experimented on
mysolfby compounding rooti and herbs, andOiAu
Ung the medicine thus obialnoil. I lortnnately (lls
eovered a most wonilorlnl remedy and sure enre for
Asthma, Forwarded by mall or express on receipt
of (1.15 Addroia 1). LANO-ELL, Applecreek I. O.,
War no Co uhlo.Bold by Druggists.
AGENTS Wanted. Agents make more mon
ey at work for usHhan at anything else.
Uuslnoss light and permanent! particulars
flee. O. Btinson & Co., Jrine Art J'ubliehert,
UO I'lANO CO., N. Y. 1'llICB, ffiOAO
l iO ,No Agonts. olrculars froo. tJpAVVJ
' EAKB CHANCE FOR AGENTS! '
Agents, we will pay you HO per week n cash
If yon will engage with us atoiioo. Kverythli.g
furnished, and expeuses paid. Aduiess J? . A.
ELLS 4 Co., Charlotte, Mich.
ItK AT MEDICAL BOOK of useful
.... "i,i.nil Kent froo for2 starnim,
Address Br HON Al' ARTE A CO,, Cinolnnntl.O.
OLD IORNW ANTED.
I 'W1B1I to buy, to ho delivered at my store, in
Zulusitl, every description of
OU Cast anfl Wroiutft Iron !
For which I will pay thehlghest markot price
" OA8H OB' G-OOXe I .
Gather up your OLD IttON and bring It to
my store. SUIl'tEX,
HTBJ6!yMABf i nsy