Newspaper Page Text
Stljc inquirer. "
Building, North side of Mais Streut. hast of
J, W. BOWEN, Editor.
Mc Arthur, October 30, 1872.
"Our Banner Streams in Light."
ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM.
Pacification and Purification.
Fl RMj'TRI EDAND TRUE.
No more Nepotism--No Presonts
, No Bribes.
True Civil Service Reform.
the irvnia pbesehi'-hoi the dead past.
Charit y to All Malice toward None.
Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage.
ONE COUNTRYONE PEOPLE.
MO EASI-KO WE8T-H0 HORIH-MO SOUTH,
ALL RIGHTS FOR ALL.
National Nominations by the People.
I-IIK8IDIXTUL ELECTORS ATI.AROK.
Thomas Ewing, Jr.
FOR DISTRICT ELECTORS.
I. District FL AMEN II ALL, Jr.
. " ISAAC M. JORDAN.
. " GRANVILLE W. STOKES.
4. " JOHN L. WINNER.
5. " DANIEL .T.CALLEN.
. " HIRAM FKEASE.
7. " JOSEl'IIJ. GREEN.
H. " ' JOHN II. YOUNG.
II. " THOMAS E. POWELL.
10. " WILLIAM E. HAYNE9.
U. " OWEN T. GUNNING.
11. " EDWARD SMITH.
1.1. ABNER L. CASS.
I I. MICHAEL D. HARTER.
l.i. WYLIE H. OLDHAM.
IB.- " WILLIAM LAWRENCE.
IT. " ALBERT H. HAINES.
IS. ' JAMES C. JOHNSON.
ll. ' JEROME B. BURROWS.
SO. ' EDWARD M. BROWJT.
In another part of this paper
our Democratic and Liberal Re
publican friends will find a cor
rect copy of the Electoral Ticket
to be voted next Tuesday.
Look around among your
neighbors and see if you. can
find any voters who are in favor
of Reform, a One Term Presl
dential Term, and an Honest
and Pure Administration of the
Government, arfd if you should
find any of this honest class of
men, ask them to vote for Grek
lev! 1 . : '
"Yhat has got up so much
excitement in the Grant Ring of
McArthur during the past week ?
What has caused the issuing
and distribution of more dirty
posters, (mangy looking paper,
smeared with lamp-black , and
tallow,) announcing more meet
ings in the interest of the Grant
Administration, which is now so
corrupt that it is indecent is a
publio scandal. Is there a child
that does not know this ? Was
it necessary to throw the filthy
posters in the faces of church
members at church last Sunday?
Are all the church members go
ing to vote for the drinking, smo
king, sporting, Long Branch
President for four years more ?
Horace Greeley is the first
man we believe' who has ever
been a candidate of any great
party for the Presidency outside
the military and legal professions.
He is a working man, with every
qualification for the high office,
and if the workingmen of the
country, who compose three
fourths 'of the voters, fail to
elect one, of their own to the
Presidency, they will miss a
golden opportunity that may not
soon return. ......
Every Democrat and Liberal
Republican should work from
now until the polls close on the
evening of the 5th of November
for the ' election of Greeley to
The Democrat who stays away
from the polls next Tuesday,
practically gives his vote for the
continuance of the Government
under the control of the most
corruptllings that ever cont-
led any Government.
The squirrels are abandon
ing Arkansas and sw'xmmingthe
Mississippi river j'jto a neigh
boring State., " -
Anti-Grant. On to Victory!
On Tuesday, November FIFTH,'
the great Presidential contest
will take place. ; .''. Y
..Already the Radicals begin to
tremble with threatened defeat
Democrats and Liberals,
redress your lines and prepare
for the onset. . v'
Organize! .- ; .
In every township and voting
precinct in Vinton" county let
your organization be made
We can and shall win in
November. . ; ,
The -Grantites carried the
October, elections by the aid of
money and intimidation, but'
at game won't win the second
Be not be faint-hearted at the
loss of a' battle unfairly won.
Stand by your colors!
Brightly breaks (lie morning
and on tbe Fifth day of , Novem
ber you will follow the. fiag of
Greeley and Brown to' victory.
Column forward! ' ".' .
The reader of history will
remember that early in the day
of tho celebrated battle of Ma
rengo the Austrians were victo
rious. As Napoleon sat . upon
his horse, viewing the disastrous
field of conflict, General Desaix,
who had made a forced march
to rejoin tho army, rode up to
his side. "Wrhat do you think
of the battle?" said the -First
Consul to his favorite General.
Desaix looked out upoii the
field, pulled out his watch, and
replied : "It is a, lost battle,
General ; but we have sufficient
time to fight another, and we
shall go in to win."
The contest was reuewed;
Desaix charged gallantly with
his division, and the world
renowned battle of Marengo was
won by the French, ' . ' . .
With renewed efforts,, and
with consistency and preseve-
rance on the part of his friends,
Greeley will be successful
Editor Enquirer The Gree
ley and Brown Meeting at Al
lensville on the evening of Octo
ber 26th, was decidedly the best
of the campaign at this place. t
ueing largely attended. Speeenes
were made by Messrs. Lyle' and
rotter. Harrison Lyle made
the opening speech, w'nich was
delivered in his peculiar " sarcas
tic style, that has never failed to
elicit the attention and meet the
approbation of those-. whb hear
M. R. Potter is a fine, logical
speaker, educated in the political
school of Greeley,' Sumner and
Schurz, made one of the most
searching criticisms of the Grant
Administration, charging home
upon them the enormity of their
crimes in the way of frauds, de
falcations, thefts. ' corruptions.
&c. : Mr, Potter is a workman
that neodeth not to be ashamed,
ior lie is amply able to give the
"Rads" their portion ' in due
Let ho Democrat or Liberal
Republican intermit 1 his exer
tions in Ohio on account of
the late election. We believe
Greeley can carry the State.
Our defeat on the State Ticket
by a small majority should stim
ulate our friends to increased
exertions in November, when on
a greater vote they may prove
victorious. ' '
The stjne work on the rail
road bridge across Raccoon at
Vinton "is procressing finely.
It was thought one , of the
abutmeuts would, ,bq completed
Trifi A rlmiricfio.f.iT 'io wan.
derfully elated , at the result iof
tne iJcober elections. ;Uon t be
tot) sa nguine, gentlemen,
naiioo: too loud, iou are
put of 'the woods yet., ' .
A - novel custom has heen
introduced in some of our fash
ionable houses, as when a visitor
calls and finds the family out, he
is ' requested to write his name
4 'L1 1 I-
in a nancisome visiung duuk.
To Stockholders of the
Gallipolis & McArthur
GALLIPOLIS, O., Oct. 25, '72.
. .... r. . ' t .
; uejnti.kmen: lour ; worK is
steadily progressing under
Superintendent J. D Kirkpatrick,
with about 80 teams and about
135 men; the force having been
reduced this week in conse
quence of a number of shovelers
being compelled, by the wants of
their families, to seek emplonient
where they can get the money
for their labor. '"Those that
should furnish it to pay these,
unjustly, and' against the best
interests of the Company, with
hold it. The withdrawing the
shoveling force necessitates the
stopping of a - proportionate
number of wagons, and at this
time there are fifty to one
hundred men ready to work out
their snbscriptions and to make
new subscriptions if they could
get work on your Road for
their teams, which they can not
do (though their work is greatly
needed) unless he can furnish
shovelers to load their wagons,
and that can not be done unless
means are provided to pay
them who as a general, thing
are not in a situation to work
unless promptly paid. It
requires an average of about two
shovelers to a wagon to work
advantageously, while the scrap
ing force requires no men except
the teamsters and plowmen.
Many owners of teams propose
to wait two, three, or ''jur
mouths, for the payment -nf to
wages over their inaimentS) if
mey cwu geiMiH. teams on the
work. How can you expect
your Rop.'a to be built while you
withhold the payment . of the
money due on your instalments?
Men can not build the .Road
without tools, and- your course
is equivalent to saying to your
officers: We have locKed up the'
tools you should have to work
with, but you must go on,
employ men and build the Road.
This course may look . all right
and honorable to you, but if it
builds your Road it will be the
first one ever built under similar
circumstances. Mr. Shober hav
ing tendered his resignation as
Secretary of the Company, it
was accepted by the Directors on
the 19th inst, and J. J. Cadot.
Esq.,' appointed to fill the ple.ee.
Mr. Cadot entered upn the
duties of the office yesterday,
being absent at tb time of the
appointment ard having returned
night before iast.
W. H. LANGLEY.
A Golden Opportunity!
The House of J. A. Felton is
being filled with a grand assort
ment of fresh Goods, which are
daily arriving from the East.
The stock is complete it is
very beautiful ; and everything
is bein' s sold at much lower
prices than at any
in Vinton county!-
SO LOW will sutprse
when, you go and examine
Goods and learn them 1
'' Make an early . call I You
wiU find the nicest goods and the
politest clerks !
" "Sylvan Salvation" is the
heading the Chicago Times gives
its reports of camp meetings.
FARM FOR SALE!
OTTUATED on the west side of Big Bae.coon
M 1VIIV Ilia TAwnth n. V t II tltM
County, Ohio, on tin line of the Gallipolls. Mo
Arthur A Columbus Railroad, and containing
120 acres. It Is now owned by Mrs. Moran and
liens, Deing in a goou luin luiuvnuuuj
ncTer-lBlling springs in abundance; a good
coal bank, 4 feet vein, which is opened; Iron
ore of the very best quality, which can be seen
on examination, ami win oe receiveu uuui
the lHt day of December, 1872.
TERMS' OF BALK. One half Cash In hand;
balance in one jear from date, with 6 per cent,
interest. Apply to :
Wllkesvllle Township, near said farm.
October 30. 187S.-3W
CITY GUN WORKS.
TITST enlarged and re-onenod with a new and
O superior xtock or GUNS, Call or send lor
Price List. Hlngle Shot Guns, $8 to $20; Double
Ilsrrel Kliot (juns, sh to sio. jsreecn jxiadcrn,
$85 to $150; Rifles, 1 to $75; Kevolvers,$6 to $24.
Address, H. 1L8CHULTE,
880 Mborty Street, Pittsburg, Pa.
OotoberSO, 187a. Im .
THIS Is to Inform all Dealers In Proprietary
Medicines and others, that we have irlven
the exclusive sale of Dr. UADCLIFFE'S great
Seven Seals or Golden Wonder
To SAMUEL REEVES, Sr., Zaleskl, Ohio, Bole
Agent for Vinton County, State of Ohio. We
have been receiving applications to till ordw
fur the SEVEN SEALS OR OOLDBN.V''
DEIt from parties in the aliove au .(iii,M;
counties. ilereaOer all orders f". ""5
county must bo whlrewe to' thaatova AiSn!
in order to recaiy ntlon. g
' Mr. SAMUEL REEVES, Sr.,
Keep a large supply on hand, and is ready to
All orders and establish sub-agoiit in said
t.C KENNEDY CO.,' '
(TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS) In Prenil
tuns, for DlHtrilmtiou aiming tho 3.W)
, ' Subscribers of thu
WEEKLY ENQUIRER 1
Tho number of Premiums aro always In
creased when the number of unuies exceed the
number eulculiitcd nion.
i 1 ' ' . ' '
We now offer the following:
. 1 Cash Premium of ....... . IMW
SO Cash Premiums of $100 each -',W0
W Stem-winding Watches, & oath
100 Cash Premiums of S0 each A KW
800 " or 10 each 2,110
100 " ' " of $5 each NX)
100 " " or :l each
100 " " of a each .'. 0
1379 Miscellaneous Prom's, $3 to 10 each . . 7,300
Making a Total of TWO THOUSAND Froml
inns, worth TWENTY THOUSAND DOL
Every subscriber who romits $2.00 for a year's
subscription will have his name registered, and
will be furnished by return mail u.reeoipt glw
lug the date and number to whlvh his name is
registered, said number being represented by a
duplicate In the distribution.
Agonts sending: 10 names ami tiu.w ac or,e
time receive a free paper one year and i,RVC
their names registered as participants f.ir ore.
Specimen Copies, Posters, FrciD'um Pamphlet
and Subscription lilanks seut free to persons
desiring them. Address
' ; FAltAN h McLEAN,
4'2-tf ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
Agent Wanted for Cobbln'a
On ThelMblo, for The Home Circle.
1,200 Pages, 350 Kngrnvlngs. Tho best enter-
irisoof the year fur agents. Every family will
lave It. Nothing like it now published. For
circulars address II. S. (Joodsi-ked & Co., 87
Park Kow, New York.
A la-JtaKnxIno of th
U liighest order lor 1.
Agent wanted in Viirv
income. Send ioi." f,;.
town, on t ntrtwtml
a spoclmca to JJoltur ilf
Liberty Streot, Now York.
IRON CI.aD PAINT.
.l.'tljS iw'My 1 STSNCflT
IRON CLAD PAINT
This Company Is owner of and manufactures
under Wm. Green's sovernl patents, and is the
only Company in tho world that makes Paint
from puro, hard Lake Superior Iron Ore, such
as is used in furnaces for making Pig Iron.
The Most Economical, Most Fire Proof,
Most Water Proof, Moat Durable and
Most Useful Faint Made.
DRESS MAKING MADE EASY.
National Dress Trimmings
Bearing the above "trado-niark," and muii u.
factured exclinively by us, are endorsed nd
ndotl l.v tlio le
reoommendod ly tne leading Fashioa "jiaca.
i-.iei tlirotiKUOUC the e
it tne country, anu v,10 most
eminent Dress-nikers in New ior' city, as
being the most boautit'ul and best ai'.aptod trim
ming inr itiacK 4upucn nnu iiiour tr uits.
fifejyThis Trlinmiiig can bo obtained through
the principal Dry Goods and oresi .Trlmmiug
Stores throughout tho Unlt''i states.
PfiAKE, OPDVCKE CO.,
7 and 429 Broadway, Now York.
PERS0HS GOING WEST
Seeking homes should send for our Descriptive
Circular of "Improv ed Farms for Sale," in the
best counties in Nor tli Missouri. Address J. n.
Slinhkkland C o., Laclede, Linn Co., Mo.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
Bt. Louis , Michigan, Magnetic Springs.
The first M agnetlc Wator discovered in Amer
ica, (lbGi.) Has been vlBited by over 10,000
ENURE ROUTE BY RAILROAD.
Neuralgia, Psralysis, Rheumatism, Gout, Dis
eases of the Uladder nd Kidnevs, Dyspepsia,
Im potency, and all Diseases of tho Nervous
System, Contraotod Joints, Genoral Debility.
Fine Baths. For Pamphlets containing des
cription, analysis of water, and all other infor
mation, address MAGNETIC SPRING COM.
PAN i , St. Louis, Gratiot County, Micliigan. .
CHAPPED HANDS ani FACE,
Sore Lips, Dryness of the Skin, Ac, fto.,
f.'1?.11' onP0 by HR6EM AN'S CAMPHOR ICE
WITH GLYCERIN E. It keeps tho hands soft
n all weather. Bee that you get HEGEMAN'S.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 cents: sent by
mall for 80 enU. Manuructured only by Hkoe
ZhJ 5 Co cl'eml8t' """I Druggista, p. O. Box
2228, Now York.
$500,000 IN BANK.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
POSTPONED TO DECEMBER 7, J87.
frm SE00ND OBAUD GIFT CONCERT In old
1 oi the Ptiiliu Libkahy or Kentucky, an
nounced Tor Scptemlicr 28, has been postponed
to December 7, 187U, because the aecuuiula
tion or orders tho few days before the drawing
made it physically impossible to All them
without a few days' delay, and as a short post
ponement was inevitable, It was determined to
defer it to a timo that would make a full draw
ing sure by the sale of all the tickets.
Tho money neuessary to pav in full all the
Tared gifts Is now upon deposit In tho Farm
's' andDrovers' Bank, as will hniM.n lit-tlio
following certlllcate of the Cashlert
Farmers' and DhovErh' Bank,!
Louisville, Ky., Sept. Sfl, 187S.
This Is to rortlfv that there la niivr mi ilonnult
In tills bank over half a million r dollars to
the credit of tho Gift Concert Fund, $500,000 of
which is held by this bank as Treasurer of the
Publio Library or Kentucky to pay off all gifts
to be awarded at the drawing.
II. 8. VEACII, Cashier.
1,000 Prixes. amounting to
BOO.OOO I IV OAMIZ.
Will be awarded, the highest prizes being
loo.ooo, sjoo.ooo, S?5,ono, nn, I down In
regular grnilut ion tosjiloo, which Is the lowest.
''lie drawing will positively and uueipilvo
cnlly take place December 1. Audits are ner.
omptorlly reiiiind to close sales and make re
iiirns nnveniiiiir m, In order to give ample tlr,,e
lor tlie final urninureinentfl. .Oldeis for lli'l' ...
or appllcatiuni fur circulars should lie nddwsa
Got, THOMAS K. BRAMLETTTE,
Agent Publio Library of Kentucky, Louisville
The subscribers are Manufnctr '" t.
for R. W. Reiul's celoliraUid AH'IT .AJi,"
tho best romody for Asthma yut iMA KKI-I'-I'i
stant relief guaranteed or discovered. In
funded. 3 -
The medicine Is r- .irehaae money re
which retail for 85e,, 60 -ut up In throe slios,
mltting price will havV n.nU$l. Persons re
by mafiSrixpreHs ' the ,e,"nlne M" free
any whodrilre li m,,! "!nt frnfl
To all laf anrl Hara of Hearintt!
Peslrlr.ir t . i,rri,i.t.
croatiur a, l wm forward to all sun"erers,s
.rV' rc,'l' or method of cure, respectively,
wliicu hns cured myself and manv others
I'Mig-spannmg doafneHs, after having in vain
employed the best physicians In tlifs country
end Huron. Adrlress, with stamp, JL T111E
MANNS, Klleardsvllle, Missouri.
GENTS Wanted Agonts make mora m-oa
I ay at work for us than at anything slse.
niiness light and permauenti jiartlenlars
free. G. Stimsom a n.. im ArC Puhiuk-
tA.tl..a .... '
AUDITOR'S ANNUAL STATEMENT,
—OF THE— RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
—OF THE— RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES —OF—
The Year, Ending September 3, 1872.
Amount (' 0i1(,,.tC( 0I1 Dupllcato, .
Amo- . ., I,, c( f ,,
. 14 IB
for Advertising Delinquent
Treasurer's per cont, on Col
lections, Total Expenditures,
COUNTY BUILDING FUND.
Amount December Collections on Du
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871,
. " Orders ltoileemed and Depos
ited, . Treasurer's por Cent on De
. cember Collection,
" Taxes Refunded, m
raid lor Advertising Deliu-
BUILDING AND INFIRMARY FUND.
Balance in Treasury, Sept. 1st, 1871, .
Amount Collected from E. Whitlatch.
" From County Building Fund,
" June Collection ou Duplicate,
Amount Transferred to County Fund,
.$ 600 00
wroers itcuecmeu ami Jjopos
Ited, " Treasurer's per cent, (m Col
lections ou Duplicato
" Treasurer's per cenl 0n Col
lections Jrom F.whltlatch
" Taxes Bcli,
Jlnl'.ce in Treasury,
Balance in Treasury, Sept 1st, 1871,
Amount Collected ou Duplicate,
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depot
' Orders Deposited in County
. " Treasurer's por cent, on Col
lectious on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" Paid for Advertising Delin
Balance in Treasury,
COUNTY POOR FUND.
Balance'in Treasury Sept. 1st, 1673, $1,128 9fl
Amount Collected on Duplicate, 1,025 60
'.. Total Recoipts, ' $8,054 66
Amount Transferred to County Fund, $ BOO 00
Amount orders Redeemed and Depos-
" Transferred to Spocinl County
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lections on Duplicate, ,
" Taxes Refunded, -"
Paid for Advertising Delin
Balance in Treasury,
. 097 89
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND.
Balance in Treasury Sept. 1st, 1873, - $
Amount Collected on Duplicate,
" From County Poor Fund,
$ 81 51
Order Redeemed and Deposited, 'ln0.
demption V etemn iluad,) .
Amount Transfored to County F und ;' '
Treasurers per cenf on
l..tlnna t. Tk....llnn
.... .1,(1 .up- j
Taxes Rut'iindod, 1
Paid for Advur
$ 189 74
AND TOWNSHIP POOR
Amount Crdlcctlons on Duplicate,
Arount Ordors Redeemed nnd Depos
ited, " Treasurer's percent, on Col-
, lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" I'uiil for Advertising,
Balance 1" Treasury,
SCHOOL AND SCHOOL HOUSE FUND.
i 'nii.. ...1,.,. nn Duiillcato. $16,533 96
" HcIkkiI Fun,i from State, . 8,3311 : 00
' Collected ft om Meigs county,
" From Hliow Licenses,
" Interest Sort Ion 16 from BtaU,
u it it 10 " Town
. 706 49
- l 89
Total Receipts. , $35,838114
Amount overpaid Heft. 1st, urn, i
" , uruers nuciciea anu uepoi
Treasurer's ymr cent, on Col
lections o ,i Duplicate,
" Trcnsurr's ier stent on Col-
. lection'., from Molns County.
" Taxea Kefundml,
' Pub! for Advei-llslng Dollu
quent Lam Is, . ,', .
Total Bxpen dltures,
Balance In Tr easury,
PRINCIPAL SECTION 16 FUND.
l' ' 1 5 ' ' ' BECBIPTS. ' .
Halnnco In Treasury, September 1,1871,
Amount from Townships,
$ 404 64
Amount paid State Treasurer,
oi treasurer's per cent.,
Balance in Treasury,
$ 404 64
INTEREST ON SECTION 29 FUND.
Amount from 8tato,
' " Township,
$ 146 83
$ 173 83
Amount Overpaid, Soptombor 1, 1871,
, " Orders Redeemed and depos-'
" or Treasurer's per cent on
amount from Township,
Balance In Treasury,
PRINCIPAL SECTION 29 FUND.
Balance In Treasury, Boptemberl, 1871,
onecieu irom xownsuips,
' ' Total,
' : EXPENDITURES.
An.oimt paid State Treasurer,
. " of Treasurer's per cent., on
Balance in Treasury,
TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND.
Amount of collections on Duplicate,
nupervisors' iieceipts ana
Taxes Refunded, -
" Orders Deposited,
" Treasurer's per cont. on collec
tions, " paid for Advertising Delin
' Total Expenditures,
Balance in Troasury,
Amount of Collections on Duplicate,
$ 168 78
Amount oi Orders Redeemed and De
posited, . Oi 0
" paid for Advertising lolln
queut Lands, ,
Balance In Treasury;
ROAD DAMAGE FUND.
Balance in Treasury, September 1, 1871, 635 IB
' ' EXPENDITURES.
Amount Orders Redeemed and Deposi-
; ted, . 58519
Amount Colloctcdfrom C. W. Gist,
; 1 EXPENDITURE!!. '
Amount paid State Treasurer.
" of Treasurer's percent, on col
c.cction, 1 96
' Total Exendtturcs,
SHOW LICENSE FUND.
To'tal amount collected,
! . , . EXPKNDITUUKS. ,
Amooint paid State Treasurer, .
mi scnooi i unu,
u : Treasurer's per cent
$ .70 00
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND.
Balance in Treasnry, September 1, 1871, $ 176 98
Amount collected irom ecnooi lixanun
Treasurer's per cent.
Balance in Treasury,
SPECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND.
Amou t Collections on Duplicate, .
Amount Orders Redoemod and Depos.
i Treasurer's per cent, on Col
' Paid 'or Advertising Delin
Balance in Treasury,.
REDEMPTION OF LANDS.
Amount Deposited by A. Wllber, W
, . . Redeem Lands,
,' ; EXPENDITURES.'
Amount Charged in County Fond,
... RECEIPTS. ' '
Amount Collected on Duplicato,
" I. From County Poor Fund,
i"Vm Inflrury Fund,
Pror.i Special Coiintv 1 "mid,
llridgo Onler Deposited in
Flues from Justices;
Advertising Deliiiquent Lands,
Costs Collected from Jackson
Couuty, BtU vs. Cummins,
Jury Fees from Mheritl',
From Hedcuiption of Lands,
TO Oft '
Total lteceipts, '
1 5,019 IS
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871,
", Paid for Advertising Delin
, " Taxes Itef'uudcd, -
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections on Duplicate,
, , " Treasurer's per ceut. on Fines
" '" Treasurer's por cent, on Costs
. . , . from Jackson County, State vs.
. Treasurer's per cent, on Jury
. Fees from Sheriff, . , , .
" Treasurer's per cent. on
amount from Redemption of
' Orders Bedecmed and Dodos.
. n oi
: .' 72
8 28 .
14,144 02 '
Balance in Treasury,
AUDITOR'S OFFICE VINTON COUNTY.
McArthur, O., October 12, 1872.
1, WILLIAM W. BELFOKD, Auditor of
Vinton County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a correct Statement of tho Receipts
and F.xpcnditure9 or Vinton County for tho
yeBr ending September 8d, 1B72, a appears of
record. , -
WILLIAM W. BELFORD,
October 16, 1872.
Prcbatt 1urti VMon County, Ohio.
TSTOTICl. ? ho5ony 8'veu that Petor Rcasotior,
Guard! oiieua u. i
Slnrt hrin'h "l CCOlint Wit
Jones, a minor, lias
ith said ward for
tlalsottleinenw vm' lnat i" ?me will
ami that the same will stand
theo " uo ucHJoer, ib
873, at H
o'clock A. M
IL I). MAYO,
October 9, 1873-4W'
ALONZO J. EERG uhun, oi me i-ouniy oi
Warren, in the St uteof Iowa, will take no
tice that Nathaniel fc Umonton and Rhoda G.
Ferguson, Admluistra tor and Administratrix
of lleury Ferguson, de !eased, on the 18th day
of July, A. D. 1872, Hie. i their petition in the
Probate Court within nu ior winuiy i
vtntnn and State of O UIO. alleging that tne
icrsonal estnto of said .a.weuvu i
o pay his debts and tlio ciloo-ges administer-
ing his estnto; that he die,! seized iu smipio
or the following described leal estate, situate
in tho County or Vinton and State or Oh. i
bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning nt the North-east cornorof Soctiolf
Number Seven, (7,) In Township Eleven, (11.) of
Range Sixteen. (1U,) in the Ohio Company's Pur
chase; thence West on the North line of said
Section, sixty-four (04) chains and fllty (60)
links, to the center of Big Raccoon Creek;
thence dowA said Creek to the mouth or Hew
itt's Fork: thence up said Hewitt's Fork to tho
Fast line or said Section: thence North twenty-
nine (2U) chains and fifty (50) links, to the place
of beorinninir: containing: Ono Hundred and
Vhirtv-8ix and ono-Aurth (18KU) acres, be the
same more or less; and that the Bald Rhoda G.
Fe'rgnBOn. as widow or snid decedent, Is entitled
to ,'fiwer in said premises, subject to the mort-
raiikl OI nun, tne saui aiouzo i. rerguson,
heriion, for $741.00.
Thi nrayor of said petition 1b for tbe sale of
the Si lid premises free of and unencumbered by
the dower of the said Rhoda G. Ferguson, and
that sl ie may receive, after tho payment or said
mortg.igo, a sum of money in lieu of her dower,
accordi'-iig to the Statute In such case mode ana
Said petition will be for hearing on the ICth
day of INovembor, A. D. 1872, or as soon there-
alter as leave cun ueuuinimui.
RHODA G. FERGUSON.
Adminis trator and Administratrix of Henry
Fer giison, ueccaseu.
October 16, 1872.-4W.
1 FURNISHED '
AT MANUFACTURER' S PRICES!
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repair
Air tho Periodicals of tho day furnished on
Q-IK-AJCTT & "WILSOIT
, ... ox
CREEIiEY & BilOWN
Chromos at$l each. Come and soe.
g. w. SAYLOR.
HAVING been ngagoa in too
practice oi Dentistry for fifteen years and
a local Driustloner in Joiskson .forsix years, and
having availed myselt or all the
I would respeotrully say to tho citizens ot
McArthur and Vlclniiy that I urn fully PP"
ed to msDipnlataxll the various braiicheH or the
sulonce. Prices as low as the lowest. Work as
tood as thr best. Persons coming from
5'ristancowt8ii.ngto remain until their work
to done will be entertained at my private real-
ETHER SPRAY md ELECTRICITY
llsiul in ext-aotlng teeth, rendering their ex.
.traloncomntfVlVely palules.. A fomalo at.
tondeSlSwaw"" and to wait upon ladles.
Give me a cafl. fl' f DoaGESS, Dentist.
May,1871-ly - Jackson, O..
DB.CE00K'S WINE OF TAB!
Ten Tears ofstCTnoiio
t ho proved Dr.UrOOk
Wlneorrar to h ave mora
merit than any similar
preparation ever otrered to
the public It 1 rioh In
N tlia medicinal oualitleBof
S. x the medicinal qualltleSor
ijg. Tnr, anu unequaiea ior
m dlseasetsof tiiebrm
iL mostremaikableourea. It
T1 effectually oureaall Coughs)
tiv anil Colds. It hiva cured so
many cases of Astlimst.
una Broncbltla, tlintlt
baa been, vronouuoeol m
apeoi0o for these com-
Slalnta. ForPsJnsjIn the
Iretwt, or Hark,
, Uravefer Kldnejr Js
au iiitutiutpH of Uie Urin
ary inrina, jrnanatce.
or any Uver Coulkln
IttoalMXIiperlor Tonic, .
BMtore the Weak find useDMiiaira,
VCh (be Food o Ultrest,
Bemevea lyappia smd IndlarmUon,
tilyes) tone to your system
IB the BEST and tHKsrKSl jnuopenurni
Family Newspaper published. 1c contains
minted In the neatost style, on fine, White pa
per, and published at the low price of $)1 ft
BeneWM ft Beantlfnl Chrome, worth the
money Invested, thus receiving a URST-OLASS
J8end One Dellr for ft year's Sub
icrlptlon, and Ten Cent for postage on the
Cliremo to the Iter PatUunsr Com