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,T. M' ARTHUR, -VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1812.
VOL. 6.
f J.W.BOWEN, I
I Publliliar and Proprietor, J
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Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
TIME TABLE.
On and after June 0, 1871, Trluna -will
runuiouowa:
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UNCIN.VATI EXPRESS- will run dally
Allother Trains dally, except Sunday. -
CINUINtUTI EXPKESH KA8T makos no
gtop betwoen Hamden and Atnens. ,
Portsmouth Branch.
Mail Accommodation.
Dep. Hamdoii
Jaokitui
Ar'r. Portsmouth
Dep. PoriHmoutU
Ar v. Jack-ton
Hamden
8-1l)p.'ic.
6:00 A. M.
4.09 "
8.S0 "
S.) A.. X.
10:50 "
11.30 P.M.
7.06 ' " .
10.B6 "
li'M) P. M.
4:00 "
5.17 "
Trains Connect at Loveland
For all points on the IJttlo Miami Railroad, and
at tho Iinliuiiiipolls It Cincinnati Ruilroad Juno
tlou for nil point West.
W. Wi PEAUODT,
MntUrof Trantportation. "
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and after Monday, Novomber 10, Trains
will run an follows
Fatt I Mail
Lint. Empruii.
KASTWARD.
Sxprui
Depart
Pirkernliur
Oiimberlanil
Hariier't Verry
Washington J uuo'u.
Arrive
Baltimore
(155 Am
40 Pm
1 8.) Am
til
81
8r "
S5Pm
8 44 Am
1 12 I'm
4 45 "
(Toi
0(W "
8 40 "
8M "
II
Wanlilinton
Phlladulphla
New York
WESTWARD.
Dopart
New York
riiiludelphla
Washington
Unltlinoio.
Arrive
Washington Juno'n.
Harper1!! Ket'ry
Cumberland
ParkMMliurjf .. i..
10 00 "
1 SO Pin
410 'f
8 !I5 "
19:24 Pin
10 00 "
9 83 Am
810 "
IS 80 Pm
8 80 Am
9:50 Pro
4:00 Am
8:00 Pm
8:60Am
o on a
IS 54 Am
S 45 Pin
8 00 "
8 0 "
IS Oil Pill
S 00 Pin
11 45 Pm
8 00 "
405 Am
4 95
6 50 "
10 34 "
W "
n!u4 "
8:45 Am
II (VI
Fallmaa Palaos Drawing; Boom Sleeping 0an(
Which areas oomfortalile, elegantly furnished,
and almost equal to a flre-sido, are on all Trains
from Oluoliiuiiti to Haltlinoro and Washington.
SooSclie luloof Marietta and (Jlnoinnatl Rail
way for time of arriving ami departing from
UcArtlmr.
Tho iKlvantttdHS of this route over all others
Is, that It Rlvos all traveler holding throiiKh
tickets the privilege nf visitlog Bnltimore,
l'hlladolphia.and the Krttlonnl Oiipitol free.
Tlmuquioker and ratot of fare lower than by
any ollior lino. '
The scenery along this Hallway is not equaled
for grandeur on tUis Continent. ,
TO SHIPPERSOF FREIGHT-This
line offers stiunfjpr Induomnonti the
rntiiH being one-third lower to slid from Uoston,
New York, or anv other Kiwteru Dolnt. In or-
ilorlng goods of any dosorlption from the Kant
give directions to snip u ualtlinore s unio
uireotions io snip u uaiuinore a uniu
..and Insliipning East give samo directions.
Ik K.,anu insiupiiinguasigivesamoaireoiioiis,
. Kruiuhtsnhlnued bv this route will have Ues
patch, and lie handled With cure and save
. shippers much money. J. L. WILSON,
Muster Tran8portatiou, Baltimore,
O. B..DLANOilARL,
Uan. Freight Ag't, Baltimore.
L. M. COLE, '
H. B. JONES, Oon. Tloket Ag't, Baltimore.
Ben. Pass. Ag't., Oinuliinatl.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Rail Road.
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
and Southwest.
THIS I8.TITK SHORT T.INB VIA IN-KIANAFUL1S.
,. , .
ThoOrsat Throunh Mail and Etpross Pas.
soniinr Lin to Ht. l.oiils, Kansas City. St.
Joseph, Denver, San Franclaco. and all points
In MWsonri, Kansas and Colorado.
The shortest and only direct route to Indian
apiilli, Lafiwotto, Terrs Haute, Oamhrldgo
ntv.Hprlngllold, Peoria, Burlington. Chlougo,
Mllwiiuknu, 8t. Paul, and all points in the
Northwest.
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati and Lnfayotte
Rallrnitd, with Its nonnoutions, now offors paa
Hgars more fanllltins In Throinih Conch and
Hlooolng Oar iHorvloe than any other line from
Olnnlniiatl, having tho advantage of Through
Dallv flars fromOlnolnnatl to Ht. Louis, Kan
sas (lltV.Ht. Joseph, Peoria, !Jurlliipton,Chlr.go,
Oin iha, and all liitormndlnto polnta, presenting
to O ilonlsts and Families such com forts and
anomnmodntion as are afforded by no other
'"Through, Tloketa and Baggags Ohockl to all
Tiiihislrisre Cincinnati at T:W A.M., 8:00 I.
i'lclctM can h obtained nt No. 1 Burnet
lt!uio,cornr Third and Vine Pub lie Lsnd
Ing. oornor Mlo and Illvers alio, nt Dopot,
corner Plum ami Poarl Streets, UlunlniinU, ).
Ho snre to pumhase ticket via Indianapolis,
Cincinnati anil Lafayette IUIlrosd
U.K. LOUD, 1 L.BARltNAIl, '
Onlof Tlokol ;lerkt MaSUW 'rransportatlon,
OluQluuatl. ,. ,,), , , s?lnotnat (uidi
Railway Time.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY
, Is,-the Shortest, Quickest
and only Road running its en
tire trains through to ,
st. Louis and louisville
WITHOUT CHANGE.
!. Our arrangeraebta and con
iie.ct.ions with all lines from St
Louis' and LouisviHe are per
Feet, Reliable and complete for
an points
' Tftisjs- th sh ort est and , tlest
route to lianas Uity, Leaven
worth,' ..Atchison, St. Joseph
and to all points in Missouri,
Jiansas and Nebraska. '
' Through Tickets and ful
information as to time atu
fare,, can lie obtained at any
It. K. Omce or at our office in
Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, East Pas. A gen I
... . . CINCINNATI.
W, B. HALE, Oen. Pass, and Ticket As;t
ST. LUD18.
' VyLlsTDA-XilA.
ROUTE WES T.I
23 MILES THE SHORTEST.
EXPRESS TRAINS leave Indianapolis
r naiiy, except eunuay, lor or. iajvio una
nllE only Line running PULLMAN'S cele
brated Drawing-room BleeulnarCsro from N.
cinnati, and iudlauapolls, to 8t. Louis without
cnange. , ,
Passengers should remember that this Is the
ureat west Hound Route for Kanaas City,
Leavenworth, Lawrence, Tope k a. Junc
tion City, Fort Scott and St, Joseph.
rifinnisiTA TO KANSAS, for the our.
LrtllUrimi I O poseof establishing tliem-
hoivos in new nomes, win nave liberal aiscriro.'
ination maae in their lavor bv tins Line. Hat.
sfactory commutation on regular rates will be
firiven to Cnloninlji Anrl liLrorn imrtlnn travelinir
togetheri and their bnggnge, emigrant outfit
anu ssock win uesnippeuon tne most lavora-
ule terms, presenting to
COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
8ucn comforts and accommodations as are pre.
sented by NO OTHER ROUTE.
TTCKELS can-ho obtained stall (ho Drlnolpal
Ticket Onices in the Eastern. Middle and
Boucnern otaies.
O. E. FOLLETT,
General Passenger Agent, St. Louis.
ROUT. EMMBTT,
Eastern Passonger Agent, Indianapolis..
JOHN E. MIMPBON,
General Superintendent, Inilianapolls.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and alter Oecember 10th, Trains will
nn as loiiows
Depart.
Depart
Athens 6.80 a. u.
i:ia v. m.
Arrive.
8.40 p. M.
1 :00 A. M'
7:80 "
1 :60 . "
9:15 "
11:17 "
S:S0 A. M.
8:80 . "
Arriv.
Columbus..
, 1 :50 A. U.
Pittsburgh..
:5 P.
8:55
Cleveland..
Xenia .
HilO "
Davton
1-05 '
Richmond..
8:!
Indlunapolls 8:10
Chicago 12:15- A. M.
Close connection mode at Lancaster for Clr
clevillo, Znnesville, and all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Vallev Hull road.
Direct connections mnilo at coiuinims Tor
Dayton. Bpringnelil, Indianapolis. Chicago,
and all points West.- Also, for Cleveland,
ii (Tn lo. muiiurgn, aim all points mist.
Take the Hocking Vallev and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest, It la the
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving passengers
tne oeneutor qtucsur tune anu lower races
tnun uy any other line.
j. w. uunr.ni k ,
Superintendent.
E. A. B0RLL Gon'l Tlcltet AgH.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
On and alter MONDAY. May !8th. 1871. Ex-
nressTrnlns will Km VB COLUMBUS and
011ESTLINB and ARKIVB at points named be
low, as iuiiows:
Stations. No. 2. No. 4. No. 8.
Oolumliua IlilOam 4i0pm SiSSsm
Crestline ...... 12:1)0 piu 4.4.5pm 4:50 am
Clevolaud 8:45pm (:45pm 7:80am
HulTalo. 10:80 Dm 4:10 Dm 2:0Odiu
Niagara Falls.... 7:00 a m 8:45 am 4:40 pm
Rochester 1:30am 7 Oft a m 5:05pm
Albany 9:45am 3:00 pm 1:80am
Boston.. - 5:20 Dm llSOom 11:00 am
New York City.. 8-80 pm 8:80pm 6:40am
CrcHtllna
134fium
liAnm . g OK m
Pltlxbnrir
.985pm
.716am
.10 40 am
. 1 10 p m
II 15 a in
1116am 8 45 p in
1126am. 340am
8 40 p in ,..
8 2p m .
8 16 p m 7 00 am
7 46p m 665am
115am 1115 am
7 90am 6 00pm
Harrislinrg .
Bnltimore ...
WHahltiiytAn
Plilladerphln
CrAHt.IInn
.11 80 p m
. 580am
..12 10 pm
Kort Wavnn .
Chicago ......
BWNo. 4. leavlnir Columbus at 4:10 D. m.
ns a Tliromrh Car clu Delaware for Surlnirfleld.
reaching Hpringflold withoutchangeat7:itbpm.
Train No. 9 on the Columbus Hocking val
lev Railroad connect with No. aTrain. Through
Tlnkuts for snlr at Athens.
l'AHHKNOKIl TRAINS returning arriv at
Columbus at 12:36a m. 11 :15 a. m. and 9 :B0 a, m.
86rPalace Day and Sleeping Cars
un ah Trains.
a"No 6" leavlns Columbus at 3:85 a m.on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
Erie and New York Central Railways,
arriving at New York on Monday morning at
:4Ua.Al.
For nartimilar Information In regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North and South, apply to
address E. FoltD.Oolumhim.Ohlo.
.... a.B. flint, Hcn.uiiperintenaont.
JAMES PATTKU80N,
Oen. Agent, Ooluinbus, O.
EUGENE FORI), '
P.Hse "-" nbus.Ot
Indianapolis Railway. NOTICE
To Stockholders of the G., McA.
& C. R. R. Co.
ALL persons having suhsorlhod to the Oapl
tul Htock of the Oilllwills. MoA-rthur A
Columbus Railroad Ooare horeby required to
inaso pavmnnt to tne neurniary 01 tne uompa
ny, at hlHonice.ln rfllllpnlls,Ohio, and parties
living in Vinton county, Ohio, may make pay:
inxut, If morn convenient, to IUNibl WIi.l,
rrealilentor tno vinmn uounty JiniiK, instal
ments on their subscriptions, as follows t
A 4thliistalinent or V) peroens., on or before
July 98, HOT. , ' '
i. A Din instalment, ui iv par uvuv., un ur uvion
August 31. 1879. ' '
A llih iimtiilincntof lOpereent.on or before
fioptnmbor 98, 1878, .
A 7th Instiilniontof 10porcent.,onorbefor
OutobrrSB, 1H79.
An 8ih Insiiilinont of 10 per eent.onorbefor
November 9:1. 1072. '
A nth liiHiiilincnt of lOper cent., on or bsfor
Decuinber98, 1H79.
By order of Board Of Dlrnotnrs! "
V .,,,, , . , W. 8HOBBB, ' 'i
"
' ' loo'y 0 M.A, O. R. K. Co
Jutf 8,1871. - .
' 4 .S I A ';!! I.:,,
Business tlarirs.
- DRY GOODS. &c.
jgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS
J". IP. TOWEtL
WHOLX8AI.S PSAI.K IM , , ;
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Front Street. ; . .Portsmouth, O.
3. V. TOW ELL Is agent for several Mills, and
his house is headquarters for tunny desirable
makes of Eaxtern Goods. All goods will be
sold at the lowest possible price.
Close Cash Buyers, First Class Timo, Trade,
Wholesale Peddlers and Fnrnaceinen are par
ticularly invited to an examination of his stock
MARBLE WORKS.
B. R. EI0QIXS & BR0., .
ftfaaafaetmrars of
TOMB STONES.
MANTLES, FURNITURE, &o &c,
HOC3-A.1T, OHIO
GOOD assortment of Marble constantly on
hand. All kinds of
Cemetery Work
Ddne to order in the finest style. 94
HOTELS,
AM ERICAN HOTEL
Corner High and Stnte Streets,
. (Nearly opposite smio nouse
COLUMBUS OHIO
E. J. BLOUST
Propriet'r.
THIS HOTEL Is furnished throughout with
all the modern improvements. Guests can
rely on the best treatment and very low bills.
street cars pass mis iiotei to mm irom an
Railroad Depots.
DEPOT HOTEL,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
M.MERKLE,
Proprtator
THIS Hotel, a few feet from the Railroad
Depot and where all travelers upon all
trains can take meals, lias JVist been greatly
enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
o., and Is now In complete order for the re
ception of guests. iMTTralnsstop ten min
utes for meala. OVTBRM8 MODERATE.
ISHAM HOUSE,
JACKSON, OHIO
Dr. I.T.MONAHAN. . Proprietor
THIS House, formerly the Mi am House, has
been thoroughly renovated and beauti
fully furnished. Having superior facilities,
everything will be done to make guests com-
ortaDie. ianie always auppueu wnii oeai
marketafTords. Nicety furnished Rooms and
oleanest Beds Good Stables. Every effort
made for the comfort of patrons. All charges
moderate.
MERCHANT'S HOTEL,
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO.
J.WjVARNER
- Propretor
THIS Hotel is In the most flonvenlentpar
pf the city on Front Street, between Mar
net and Jefferson.
ATTORNEYS.
Q T. QUNNINQ,
XjA."W "3T E ,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICE AT DRUG 8TORE, MAIN 8TREET.
D. B SHIVEL,
, McARTHUR. - OHIO.
Will attend Dromutiv a. .egnl business
entrusted to hiacare In Vinton and adjoining
counties, office in tne ltecoriior suiiico
J. M. MoQrLLIVRAY,
A.TTOI2.1T33ir "AT
; MoARTIIUK, OHIO.
TT1LL attend promptly to any business
VV irlven to hla care and management In
any Courts nf Vinton anc adjoining counties.
Officii: In the Court House. Un stairs. 1.1-tl
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Lai and Notary FdI,
- Z ALESKI, OHIO.
TlTILLattend all legal business entrusted to
II n is care, nuppiy ni mans iiu mo
Mortgages always on hand. OFFICE No. 13
West Wing BalnbNdge hiock. ti
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,.
A.TTOKliTEJ-SrA.T.OA.W,
Mo ARTHUR,
(Prosaonting Attorney of Vinton County, .
WILL practice In Ross, Vinton aud adjoining
oouutlos. All legal busluess entrusted to
his care promptly attended to.
88-tf
HOMER C, JONES, :
ATTOKlSriSTr -A.T Xi-fVW,
' M'ARTHUR, OlIIO.
OFFICE 1st door West of Dan. Will A Bros.
Especial attention given to the collection
oioiaims. i . i-iy
Trees, Flowers, . Bis, Seeds !
' HEDGE PLAMTSt
Nariery Stock! Fruit and Flower
:..) j Piatesi .
Address F K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMINGTON - NURSERY,
""".'"""''.'nvt'ioia. ' ' v:;i.,
600 Acres: 91st vear: 18 Qrcouhouses. ' '
Applel0OOlyr7(3O;9y.,(8O; 8y.,(40; 4y.,t00.
. 4 Catalogues, 30 cents..
6-ra.
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP.
Tho Best Pump in the World-1
OUR Agents report over (300,000 worth of
propertyavuil from'FIre tills ear by these
pumps, being the most powerful force-pumps
d me worm, as wen as non-rring.
. Res October number, nnce 81HJ. slso tho Free
mlnm Likt. mure 8W8 of the Am. Aorrlculturlst
This paper never deceives the farttirrs. He
notice in February number, page 46. Try one,
If It don't do the werk claimed, st'lid It back and
got your money, a we warrnatour pumps to
w no an wv claim lortneinon our circulars,
Hnd for ciri'UlsrN or orders to the Itrldg port
MTsj Co., No d5 Chambers St , N.w York,
i As order for nine No. 1 l'uuius secures as ex
ctuifrs town uttsoor. . ( .. , . Son-tf.
i.iOil :. l.i",
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AUDITOR'S
AUDITOR'S ANNUAL STATEMENTS,
—OF THE—
—OF THE— RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
—OF—
Vinton County, Ohio,
Vinton County, Ohio, —FOR—
The Year, Ending September 3, 1872.
STATE FUNDS.
, i ... BICHFTg.
JCuiounl Cbllectea on Duplicate,"
$11,884 8
, SXrEMDITCBCB.
Amount paid State Treasurer. ' 11,174 81
Taxes Refunded, 14 78
" for Advertising Delinquent . 1 I
Lands,
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lections, 1444
180 78
Total Expenditures,
$11,884 M
COUNTY BUILDING FUND.
BIOEIPT8.
Amount December Collections on Du
plicate,
(3,013 33
IXFKNDITURgg
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871
I 100 55
1,015 64
64 83
, V. ,...( v. ,.v. ...V,
Onlera Keleeined aud Depos
ited,
4-
cember Collactlon,
' Taxes Refunded,
4 Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands,
' - To Building and Infirmary
Fund, v .
64
6 81
1,835.43
Total Expenditures,
(3,019 S3
BUILDING AND INFIRMARY FUND.
BXOKIPTS. ' '
Balance in Treasury, 8ept. 1st, 1871, ( 618 35
Amount collected from E. Whitlntch, . 821 13
" From County Building Fund, 1,885 48
" . June Collection on Duplicate, 3,600 38
Total Receipts, '
(5,838 08
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Transferred to County Fund,
( 500 tjo
uruors neuecmeu - ana .Depos
ited, " Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections on Dupllcato.
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections from E. Whitlutch,
" Taxes Refunded,
4,061 00
61 66
0 31
4 99
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
(4,617 06
1,918 00
(5,835 08
BRIDGE FUND.
RECEIPTS. , ' -
Balance In Treasury, Sopt 1st, 1871, ' (9,080 91
Amount Collected on Dupllcato, I : 7,701 11
Total Receipts,' " t 0,083 03'
EXPEKPITURES. ,
Amount Onlors Redeemed and Dermal
ueu, Wl,m 65
" Ordors ' Deposited In County
.. H'md, i 80
Treasurer's per cent, on Col.
lections on Duplicate, 146 89
" Taxes Refunded, 8 23
I'ald for 'Advertising Delin
quent Lands, 9 45
Total Expenditures,
, Balance in Treasury,
(7,388 15
8,3D3 87
10,689 03
COUNTY POOR FUND.
RECEIPTS. '
Balance In Treasury Sept. 1st, 1873,
Amount Collected on Duplicate,
(1,198 96
1,935 60
Total Receipts,
(3,064 66
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Transferred to County Fund, ( 600 0Q
Aiiiuuiiv uraun jwueumeu ana jjepos. c
ited, 1,4S8 47
. " Transferred to Speolal County
' Fund, " - - 87 61
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lections on Duplicate. . ; . . . 86 68
M Taxes Refunded, . ' 9 80
" Paid for Advertising Delin
, quent Lands, 3 41
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
(9,057 97
(8.054 66
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND.
RECEIPTS.
nnlunM In TiHHianlir Hut, la 100 S
39 51
19 78
87 61
Amount Collected on Duplicate,
Total Receipts,
(139 74
EXPENDITURES.
.
Order Redeemed and Deposited, (Re-
adoption veteran Jiona,)
Amount Trnnsfered to County Fund,
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col-
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands,
108 00
88 33
Total Expenditures,
( 139 74
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND. TOWNSHIP ANA TOWNSHIP POOR
FUND.
RECEIPT!.
Amount Colectlqn oq Duplicate, '. (8,580 81
' EXPEENDITUBEB.
Amount Ordors Redeemed and Depos-
ituu, .
' 14 Treasurer's percent, on Col
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refundixl, . ,.
" Paid for Advertising,
9,033 68
77 81
..... 435
468
(3,118 93
Total Expenditures,
Balance In Treasury, ,
1,441 HV
(8,560 81
AND SCHOOL HOUSE FUND.
.RECEIPT!. ' !'..
Amount Collections on Duplicate, 116.559 66
. ounooi runa from mate, . JtiH 00
" , Collected from Meigs County, , 60 00
" From Show Licenses, fll 50
" Interest Section 16 from Rtte, 7C6 49
" . 16 " Town,
l(lp, - ' - - . -117 89
Total Rocelpts, - .
'
(36,838 84
'. ' ' KXPEND1TUBE8.
Amount overpaid Sept 1st, 1871,
IV lIDI OVIM .'..,
OriUus Redeemed and Denos
1 - v
14,661 14
164 96
iteil,
TrnB.llAr'o nnr cent. On Col
loctlons on Duplicate,
Treasurer's per cent An Col
lections from Meigs County,
Taxes Refunded,
Paid for Advertising Delln.
quent Lands, . , - "
93 06
SO 89
Total Expenditures,
Balanos la Treasury,
(14.M0 67
10,ttlTI
mm
PRINCIPAL SECTION 16 FUND.
' .' I'l-'il, XCKIFTB. ! i..;
Balance in Treasury, September 1,1871
Anionnt from Townships,
ToUl, : ' . i
( 404 64
, 66
403 38
IXPINDITUBIB.
879 85
404
. 888 99
30 65
( 404(4
Amount paid State Treasurer,
.1 - r m . .
ui irtjiurer i per cent.,
Total Expenditures, r
Balance in Treasury,
INTEREST ON SECTION 29 FUND.
RioiirTs. :
Amount from State,
I. u Township,
( 146 83
36 60
Total,
( 178 83
EXPENDITCRIS. "
Amount Overpaid, September 1, 1871, '
, " Onlors Redeemed aud depos
ited, ......
" of Treasurer's per cent on
amount from Township,
Total Expenditures,
, Balance in Treasury,
163 01
11 83
178 88
36 31
135 63
, . 87
PRINCIPAL SECTION 29 FUND.
BBCEIPTS.
Balance la Treasury, September 1, 1871,
Amount collected from Townships,
Total,, .
( ' 71
825 98
336 69
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid State Treasurer; ' ' 1
" of Treasurer's per cent, on
' , collections, ,
Total Expediturei, .,
Balance in Treasury,
Sit 09
823 71
837
835 98
TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND.
' l ' REflKTpra.
Amountof collections on Duplicate, -(1301 40
.. EXPENDITURES, t
Amount overpaid, 78
- oupervisors' Kece lots and
" ' V"" efded. . , 8SB 66
Orders Deposital,: ,.. W go
: xrcoaurers per cent, on collec
tions, 83 87
" paid for Advertising Delln.
quest Lands, ': 68
Total Expenditures, " ' 109978
Balance in Treasury t -, . 1 ( , ' sol 63
(1301 40
CORPORATION FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount of Collections on Duplicate, ( 168 73
EXPENDITURES.
Amount oi Orders Redeemed and De
positee
" of Treasurer's per cent on Col
" lections, i i. t
" paid for Advertising Delln-,
' qusnt Lands, . .: '
1 f :' . :
Total Expenditures,
Balance lu Treasury, :
..'!! ( 168 78
87(3
8 33
. 30
t 91 04
77 69
ROAD DAMAGE FUND.
i '.. n REoxiFva..- . , t .
Balance in Treasury, September 1, 1871, 585 19
BXPENDITDBER.'
Amount Orders Redeemed and Deposi
ts, .1. 1. ho iv
AUCTION LICENSE.
1 ni. i 1
Amount Collected from C. W. Gist, 1 1 ' f 00
' ! EXPENDITPBEB, . ,1
Amount paid State Treasurer, i m
" -ui .Treasurers per cent, on col- .
section, ,:.,' 04
Total Xxenditures,
(100
ii :
SHOW LICENSE FUND.
RECEIPTS. '' .. .;
1
Total amount collected, , ; :
' -.70 00
EXPENDITUBES. '
81 50
81 60
700
( 70 00
Amount paid Stat Treasurer. ' ' I ' i
" to School Fund,
" Treasurer's per cent
Total Expenditures,
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND.
." ' ' I BEOXIPTl. .....
Balance In Treasury, September 1,1871, ( 176 98
rrs, . ,
Total,
EXPENDITURE!.'
Treasurer's psr eent,!
. 1 63
(34 94
Bslance I
in Tit
reasury,
il'M.I
US 48
SPECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND.
i RECEIPT!. .
Amount Collections on Duplicate, ' (3,693 14
."I 'r,'f '. EXPENDITUBEt.,
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depos- '
. , ' ited, ... .., ,j .,.1,416 79
... Treasurer's per cent o Col
, loctlons, ' i:' .i.,49 83
. " Taxes Refunded, : 9 Vv
' Paid Air Advertising Delln- ! '
! quent Lauds,-.,. ..... S 36
Total Expenditures,
Balance lu Treasury,. ,
' (1,479 86
,1,119 78
(3,693 14
REDEMPTION OF LANDS.
' '. ' RECEIPTS,. ,; , j
Amount Deposited by A. TPllber, to
: , Roiloem Lands, I . ; ,.,i!j
(11173
EXPENDITURES.
1
Amount Charged in County Fund,
(46 78
COUNTY FUND.
' ! i , - RECEIPT!, ,', .V
Amount Collected on Duplicate,
; 44 ; From County Poor Fond, '
u JfwwWnnwyiruiid. ..
j )" ...... : ) .
(18,577 m
J-'J '
83 33
1 60
68 50
79 05
, . ii. u ..u
County, State vs. Cummins,
Jury Fees from Sheri ft,
From Redemption of Lands,
174 87
73 00
45 78
Total Receipts, ' (15,043 1 8
From Special County Fund, ;
Bridge Order Deposited In
t'ouuty Fund,
, Fines from Justices, '
Advertising Delinquent Lands,
Costa Cnllmrta.1 hnm r.nunAn'
' "I ,' EXPXNDITUBSS. :' .
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871,
88 48
17 01
16 78
347 74
' 5 86
, iu ior Aavenising Delia-
qiient Lands,
; , Taxes Refunded,
" Treasurer's per cent on Col-
lections on Duplicate,
" Treasurer's per cent on Fines
. from Justices,
" Treasurer's per cent, on Costs
from Jackson County, State vs.
Cummins,
" Treasurer's per cent on Jnry
. oo" from Sheriff, '
" Treasurer's per cent on
Lands" tTa eaem9tioa '
(i Orders T? ndiutmn t.-
1 75
73
Red, y
Total Expenditures, . , 314.485 33
Jiaiauoe lu Treasury, 579 30
(15,013 13
t 38
14,144 63
AUDITOR'S OFFICE VINTON
McArthur, O., October 12, 1872.
vk?1??- BELFORD, Auditor of
. uu vuiioiy, unio, ao nereoy certify that the
foreiminff la & nnwt.nl at...MnR,n. .un. ., . .
and ixpendltures of Vinton County for the
year ending Soptomber 3d, 1879, as appears of
WILLIAM W. BELFORD,
Auditor Vinton County.
Auditor Vinton County. October 16, 1872.
Providentially Directed.
Amone the attendants at
late Methodist Conference was a
very -beautiful and intellitrent-
looking young lady, who drew
tne admiring gaze ol many eyes,
particularly eyes masculine, al
ways on tne lookout lor femi
nine faces. During the inter
mission at noon, a spruce young
minister stepped ud to the re
siding elder, and said, with an
air ol secrecy:
"Did you observe the vouni?
lady who sat by the first pillar
ll 1 Ta Ait
on tne leit r !
"Yes," said the elder: "what
of her?" -
-: "Why," said the vounsr man.
"I feel impressed that the Jjord
desired ,me to take that vouns-
lady for my wife. I think she
would make a cood comoanion
and helpmate in the work of
the ministry." .
Ihe elder, as a good Christian
ought, had nothing to object.
uut, in a lew moments an
other candidate for ministerial
efforts and honors, and for the
name oi husband, came confi
dentially to make known a like
impression regarding the same
i s
identical young lady. .
' "You had better wait awhile.
It is not best to be too hasty in
determining the source of such
impressions," said the prudent
elder. . :
And he said well, for hardly
were the steps of the second
youth cold at his side, era a
third approached with the same
story, and while the worthy con
fidant still marveled, a fourth
i 1 ..... '
drew near, with the 6ame ques
tion: !
"Did vou notice the fine, no
ble looking woman on your left?"
"Yesl" cried the swelling eL
der ;" - -i
"Well, sir," went on the
fourth victim of that unconscious
girl, "it is strongly borne upon
my mind that it is the will of
the' Lord that I should make
proposals of marriage to that la-
ay. Hie has impressed mo that
she is to be my wife",
The elder could hold in no
longer. , .
"Impossible! impossibiel" he
exclaimed, in an excited tone;
"the Lord never could have in
tended that four men should marrv
one woman J . i ,
a
a
I
"You are from the country,
are Son not, sir?" said a dandy
clerk in 'a book store, to a hand
somely dressed Quaker: who had
given mm soma trouble. 1, v '
."Yes.": 1 ,. .,: ,. - .
Well. here is an essav on the
rearing of calves." . 1 1,
. "That," said Aminidab) as he
turned to leave, the store, "that
had, better ', present , to, thv
mother." , .. , . ,
-"Snuire Bobson.' Chev tell
mo you've taken your, boy away
from the Public School. iWhat's
that for ?". ' ; .-. :.
Villagor--"Cause the master
ain't fit to teach iim."
Squire--"0, I've heard he's a
very good' teacher." " ' '
VUlager "Well,' all I know
is.1 he wanted to teach mv bovto
''5;S,8pcUWwithft'Tl.r:-
I
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An Admirable Wind-Mill.
One of the most novel and
ingenious as well as one of the
most valuable machines exhibi
ted at the great-Fair this year is
"Wheeler's Eclipse ' Wind En
gine," one of the best, if not the
Dest wind-mill ' ever used. The
machine has 'alreadv taken a
large number of first premiums
at aiflerent exhibitions and here, !
as in other cases the committee 1
had apparently no hesitation in .
giving it the first award. ' ' V
ihe "JiiClipse is also widelv
used, but recent improvements
made in ita construction " add "
much to its utility,; .The' most "
consists in dispensing - totally ,
with all. weights thus obviating
friction and by. increasing" the
ease with which' the machine !
works greatly Increasing at the
same time, its vforkine nower.
To regulate and keep under
control the speed of the mill, a
governor has. been introduced in
the construction which, with the
aid of what is known as 'the "side
vane places the whole thino-.
under complete subjection;
' This "side vane" in one of th
special features of the machine,
and deserves 'special "mention.
It is a vane smaller than the ;
main vane and to 'set with it
that, when the wind acquires a '
degree of force' sufficient to en
danger, the machine," the main
vane iu turned io one side more
or less edgewise out of the wind,
of; if tb.e breeze is verjr strong,
to- stop it. entirely. 'As th
wind slackens . the large vane
again exerts its force and the 1
machine resumes its motion.
The "Eclipse".'., thus possessing
the - ability to run with a verv
light wind, has at the same time '
the additional advantage of being
safe in a strong . one, and ' is at
worK ooth earlier and safer than
St.
Louis Journal.
Sheridan, one day, coming
home from shooting with an
empty bag,' saw a number of
ducks in a pond, and a man a
farmer leaning over a fence
watching them: , , "What will
will you take for a shot . at tho
ducks?" said Sheridan. "Well, :
it ought to be worth half a sov
ereign," said the farmer. ' "111
rive it", said'SHeridan; and he
fired Jnto the 'flock, killing about.'
dozen. "I fear you have made
bad banrain." said he. Well.
don't hardly think so," replied
me iarmer,. "the ducks aren t
mine l'' :
John Howard Pavne's bodv
lies unhpnored in the soil of Tu
nis. Ihe author of the immor
tal eong, "Home, Sweet Home,"
had but little in life of the plea
sures.of,the home of which he
sung; and, being dead, it has not
occurred until. very. recently to
any of the admirers of his sonsr i
to remove his bodv to his native
land. It is now intended bv the
Faust club of Brooklvn to en
deavor to bring his remains home,
or should it, lail, in this, to at
least erect a memorial to him at
his homestead on Long Island. ,
A lady. teacher, inquired of (
the members of a class of juve- (1
niles if any of them could name
the four seasons, v Instantly the ,
chubby hand. of. a. five-year, old .
was raised and, promptly, came ,
the answer,K.Ji htln.'U.A
"Pepper, salt, .vinegar, and
mustard." . . r
--The man who invented bar?..
gage checks made a fortune by
me operation, nup a man who in
vented some bank '. checks the
other day made, a misfortune by
the operation. ' . . ,' . ',;: -t '
! A couole were married in
Michigan, lately, the bride being '
aged 86 ' and , the groom 87.
Neither had been married before '
and they had known each other
' A j .''!. I 1, , , w '
ior jorty years. . r t ..,
'"Insults,"
says a modern
philosopher.: "are
like counter-
felt moneyr we cannot hinder .
tneir . uomg .oilered, but we are
not compelled to take them.
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