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PUBLISHED IVEBY WBDNKSDAY BY .
ar. "stst bo won,
JEDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
N. J. BOWERS,
No. Business Done on Saturdays.
The nights are getting long.
Wild Geese are traveling
Boys and squirrels are gather
ing nuts. ' ' , l ,
The finest Piece Goods can be
had at Meli.or'b Store, in Zalosld.
Indian Summer. How beauti
ful. Now is the time to subscribe
for the McArthur Enquirer.
The choioeslGronories to be found
in Zaloski aro at Duncan's Store.
Old Jack Frost is about. He
has rattled off most of the" leaves.
Thursday, November 28th,
has been designated by Gov.
Noyes as Thanksgiving day.
The beuutiful Drees Goods at T,
A. Mellor's Store, nt Zaleski,
pleases the Indies. So cheap, too I
The Councilmen of this vil
lage ought to hold a meeting at
least once in three months.
See notice of redemption of
lands given by Auditor Belford,
in another column. ' .
Eaq. Duncan has opened .a Sad
die and Harness Shop in his Store,
in Zaloski, and will repair anything
in that line on short notice find at
low figures. Go and seo !
The masonry of tha bridge for
the Gallipolis, McArthur & Co
lumbus Railroad, across Vinton,
in Gallia county, is almost conv
If fence-posts of any kind of
timber are covered with a coat
of boiled linseed oil, in which
pulverized charcoal is stirred to
the thickness of paint, they will
last a century. .:,.
The now assortment of GorwJs at
the House of Will & Co., Zaleski,
are from the most celebrated manu
facturers and jobbers in the East)
and comprise .all the latest and
neatest Btyles. .
It is not often that old. Mr.
Foa and that sharp and thor
oughly bleached Mr. J. Frost
are to be seen together, but they
both appoared in this vicinity
last Monday morning. Old Sol
soon appeared, and drove them
off. ' .
C. W. Hudson,-of this town
ship, who has -been attending
the Marietta College during the
past three months, has . returned
home. . He has engaged a school
in "the northern part of Eagle
township, where , he will teach
this winter ' . ,
If the boys of McArthur wish
to become men and be among
men let them' go elsewhere.
Three of our town boys are now
at Logan: O.- M. Sage, Homer
Saoe, clerks in mercantile estab
lishments, and ' E. B. Drake,
telegraph operator; and E. J.
Edmiston, is telegraph operator
for the Union Pacific Railroad at
Rock Springs, Wyoming Territory;-.
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List of letters remaining in
the Postoffice at McArthur, Ohio,
Nov. 1st; 1872: f V "i
Isaao - Andrews;'' Lawrence
Cane; Miss Ellenor J. Clark; S.
X. Doner; W. II. Hanley; Jo
anna Mitchell v' John "WV Robinn
son; Mrss' Mary Thorp; Mrs.
C. Tomlinson ; Miss Susan Quinn;
John Underwood; Mrs. Viola
Weaver Geo.; It.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Yesterday ' atternoon we re
ceived a very pleasant call from
Dr. ) W.i F. Galbreatit,1 resident
Dentist at Greenfield, Ohio. He
has been practicing his .' pro
fession in that place - for V some
two years past, and has gained
an extensive patronage, but hav
ing' adopted' the motto of "Ex
celsior," he feels it incumbent
to attend a course of dental lec
tures at Philadelphia during the
coining "winter, and .expects to
return in tho Spring prepared to
renew his practice in the same
location j with increased-knowledge
of the profession which ho
has chosen.1 He was on his way
to the Quaker City; and stopped
on his way, at this place," to' visit
Change of Railway Time.
From the new Time Table of
the Marietta & Cincinnati t Rail
road, received on , Saturday : af
ternoon, . fcom Major 'Wm. W.
Peabody, Master of Transporta
tion, we observe that trains pass
Dundas as follows, the new time
table taking effect on Sunday
last, at 7 A. M.:
' going east: ' " '
Mttll.,;..: ,.1:18 P. M.
Fust Line : 8:40 P. H.
St. houia Express..-. 8:01 P. M.
Way Freight 1 :10 A.M.
FastStocS 8:88 A. M.
Night Freight 8:80 A. M.
Express Freight.. . ..1:18 A.M.
Zaloski Freight and Accommodation. 8:55 A. M.
Mail.... . 1:41 P.M.
Fast Line 11:5a A.M.
St. Louis Express 8:40 P. M.
Way Freight 12:18 P. M.
Fast Stock 4:05 P.M.
Night Freight 1K)1 P. M.
Express Freight 8:88 A. M.
Zaleski Freight and Accommodation. IKHI P. M.
. The Express Freight is' a new
train placed upon the road.
The St. Louis Express going
west, passes'the Fast Line going
east, at Vinton Station, at 3:40
p. m. " .
'An Accommodation (mixed)
Train has been put upon the road
between Athens and. Parkers
burg ; leaving Athens at 5:50 A.
M., arriving at -Parkerburg at
10:40 Ai M.; leaving Parkers
burg at 4:15 ' P. M., arriving at
Athens at 9:05 P. M. 1 .!
The St. Louis Express, Fast
Stock, and Nieht Freight run
daily; all other trains daily, ex
cept bunday. , ,
The Express and Fast1 Line
only stop ' at Scott's Landing,
Athens, Jtlamden, Umllicothe,
Greenfield and Loveland, each
way ; the Mail and Zaleski Ac
commodation at all stations.
The time card ' in this paper
will be corrected next week, the
copy having been received too
late to ' make corrections this
week. -i' ;-
Albert Ellis, a school teacher
of the western part; .of, Vinton
county, who is teaching in . Ross
county, found it necessary a few
weeks, ago to :chastise .the- 'small
6on of a resident of a school dis
trict in Liberty township, Ross
county. Albert ought . -to , be
careful how he spanks the pres
ent generation of "Young Amer
ica." . But w will let the Chilli
cothe Post give tho general re
sult of the spanking: ' ; '''
"A very interesting case was
concluded in the Court of Com
mon Pleas yesterday. Its title
was "The State of Ohio vs. Al
bert Ellis." Ellis : is a school
teacher residing in Vinton coun
ty,, near the' Ross county line,
and was charged by John L
Cox, of- Liberty township'." this
county, with immoderately chas-
tismg his 14. year old son, John
iMmeon. Messrs. . Mayo and
Keith handled the case for the
State, and Clarke, and Kelly
looked to the interests of the
school teacher., During the pro
gross of -the trial j '.'.Mr. 'Kelly
made ' a lively pass at Judge
Keith, setting the Judge, jury
and audience in" an uproar of
merriment, and winding up with
what- is Dronounced. bv those
who heard it, an able speech for
his client. The jury remained
out but about 15 minutes. when
they returned a verdict of not
guilty, wnich ; seemed tq. give
pretty general satisfaction."
Our Railroad. The very la
test news-from the railroad,' is
the following from the Gallipolis
Bulletin, of October 30 :
-It is. authoritatively stated
that there is from 12 ! to 12
miles of Railroad .: completed,
ready-for the ties, between Gal
lipolis ' and two miles beyond
Vinton " leaving " only " 3 J or 4
miles, now nearly finished, to
complete the road 16 miles from
Gallipolis. JW'QT ,'Jj.C
" List of. letters remaining in
the Postoffice at Zaleski, Ohio,
Nov. 1st, 1872:' .
G. W. & W. Andrew; Miss
Jennie Chambers; James Cham
bers. jC Oliver .Fanner .George
W. Green ; Samuel Martindale ;
Alonzo Miller ; Robert W. Mc
Collum; J. II. Malony, 2; Sam
uel Pond ; P. Lt Rooh ; . Wilson
& Cot; iRJIi; .Wilson ) ;& Wolf-
J. G. WILL, P. M.
At the last Wamiriationof
teacheri the following named
persons, received certificates : ; c
Fer 24 months Wm. R. Ya
nle; For 18 months J. A. Moody.
For 12 months- Mattia John
son, Amelia - CreVap : and Asa
For 6 months C. W. Puffin-barger.
U ) m,v.--,,tL,,.,vu
For Fine Perfumery, go to. Sis-son's
1st. Five times a certain num
ber, plus its J and . equals
219 what is the number ?
i 2d. How many yards of paper
27 inches wide will cover the
walls of a room 15 feet long, 12
feet wide and 8 feet high ?
3d. - A boy bought apples at
the rate of 4 for 5 cents, and
sold them at the rate of 3 for 4
cents ; he gained 20 cents : how
much did he receive ?
4th. A pole 2-7 under water;
the water rose 8 feet, and then
there was as much under water
as there had been aboje water
before : how long is the pole ?
5th. of A.'s age is J of B.
and A. is 3$ years the older:
how old is each ?
6th. One square has a side
3 2-5 times as large as another :
how many times does it contain
;; 7th. A.; B. and C. dine on
eight loaves of bread ; A. fur
nishes five loaves ; B. 3 loaves ;
C. pays ' the others 8 cents for
his share : how must A. and B.
divide the money?
; 8th. At what time between 5
and 6 o'clock, is the minute hand
midway between 12 and the hour
9th. By discounting a note at
20 per cent, per annum, I get
22 J per cent, per annum interest :
how long does the note run ?
10th.. Find the square feet in
one face of a cube containing
39304" cubic feet?
'. 1. Plaid. .2. Edible. 3. Vac
illate. 4., Paroxysm. 5. Sizable.
6. Elysian or Elision. 7. Civil
ian. 8. Conscience. 9. Saddu
cee. ,, 10. Kaleidoscope.
1... Define an abstract, a collec
tive and, a verbal noun. .
2. Name the different classes
into, which adverbs are divided
with respect to use.
3. Give the feminine plural
possessive of hero, executor,
margins. i ' .
" 4. How do you change a verb
from the;.; active to.; the passive
, 6.' ! Write a simple, a depend
ent, a complex and an abridged
sentence. - -. - - -
6. Learn me . to do like you
done yester,day. Her and they
we know, but who are you ?
: 7. You ! may have either of
them three 'apples. ' Who 1 do
men say that I am ?
8w "Address and punctuate a
letter m proper form to Miller &
Bro., 229 Madison Street, Low
ell, Mass. ; . ,
9. How are words treated
respectively - under etymology
and syntax? :."
10. To live in hearts we leave
is hot to die. Who told Mary
that I iaid you had deceived me?
Directions Correct the 6th,
7th; -analyze -10th, and parse
words ' underscored," (italicized
words; :' ', ' "
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board Examiners.
How to Go, West..
This is an enquiry which every
one should have truthfully answer
ed before he starts on his journey,
and a little care taken in examina
tion of Routes will in' many cases
save much trouble, time anl money.
The "I. B: & W. Route," running
from Indianapolis through Bloom-
ingto to Burlington, has achieved a
splendid reputation in ibe last two
years , as the leading Passenger
Route to the West.', At Burlington
it connects with the great Burling
ton Route which runs direct thro'
Southern " Iowa to Nebraska and
Kansra, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
Sassengers.. starting from Vinton
ounty, .ori.. their - way westward,
can not do better than to take the
I. B. d W. and Burlington Route.
This line has published a pamph
let entitled "How to go Wost,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of the
Great West, which can be obtained
free of cbargo by addressing the
General Passenger Agon B. & M. R.
R., Burlington, Iowa.
The Tide of Emigration
r . f '" t Turned I , -t
.Beekers for new homos are pouring; Into South
west Missouri, attraotod by the choap Lands of
the ATLANTIC PACIFIC UAlLttOAD CoM-
Thls 'Company, offors l,!0O,O0O Acres of the
flaest lands in the world, at Iroin 'l to (19 per
acre, on seven years' ttmo, and with free trans
portation to all purchasers.
This Road, NKVEIt BLOCKADED BT
SNOW, is destined to become tho national high
way between New York and 8a KramdHco;
and to the Industrious farmers of older States
we earnestly recommend this land of cheap
homes, sure that nowhere can the poor man
Dud a mors trrstaful climate, a better soil, or
greater productiveness. .
For full information, with Mnps and Pam.
phlots, address A MOB TUCK, Land Commls
slonor, 96 South Fourth Street, St. Iouls, Me.
Ir you. want Fjeed or Flour, go to
Davis Duncan's Store, in Zaleski,
and bay the very best, whioh is
sold cheaper v than olsewhore, and
(lelivored at'yoiir' residence iroe of
DRUGS Z DRUGS!!
0. T. Gunning has just removed
from tlio "Old Brick Corner" his
splendid asaortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints', Boofa, Station
ery, &c, lo his NEW ROOM
m Will's Now Building, ono door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'b Store,
on Main Street, whore he will be
pleased to meet ull his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohim their patronage.
His Now Jloom is really tho finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by everybody; and his supply o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and tho
liAe equal to any other establishment
intho country, . . , '
Bio fills prosciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers ' at reason
able rates. If you want to Bee
the finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this one.
Dr. N. J. Bowkrs, Dentist. Mc
Five Hundred Thousand.
B6T 500,000 Bottles of Grienk'b
August Flower has been sold in
this Stato in three months. We on
ly ask you to go to tho drug Btoros
of Gunning or Sisson, McArthur,
0., and get a Bottlo Free of charge,
or n regular sizo at 75 cts. . Every
Bottle warranted to cure Dyspepsia
or Liver Complaint, Sickheadache,
OostivencsB, Ileartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
Impure Blood, and nil disease caus
ed by Impure Blood, or deranged
Stomach and Livor. Try it.
G. G. GREEN, Prop.,
Dr. N. J. Bowkrs, Dontist, McArthur,
Are You Going West ?
If so, take out advice, nndpnrclmse your tick
eta over tho old roliabrd nnd popular Mlsourl
Pacific BillroacV which Is, positively, the only
Lino that runs three Daily Express Trains from
8U Louis to Kansas City, and the West! and i
positively, the only Line which rnns Pullman's
riusi'.o bloopers and Day uoacnes (CHpecciniiy
for movers) equipped with Miller's 8afcty Flat
form and tho patent Stouin Krako, from St. Louis
lo Kansas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth. Atchison, St. Joseph, Nebraska.
City Council bluffs and Omaha, without change!
For information In regard to Time Tables, rates
Jtc.. to anv Doinlin M ssniirl. Ktinias.Nsbraska.
Colombo, Texas or Oaliifernia, call on or address
o. U. Thomson, AffeataliunitW Paaltt Oot.
umbus.Ohlo; or, E. A. Ford, Gensral Passenger
ainet.ot. lkhiih, mo-
No trouble to answer questions I : : t
PorAyer's Medicines, go toG.
W, Sisson's.' ,
LOOK HERE. EVERY"
Call at Gunning's Dkco Stobi, in Wlll'i
Building, and see those FIno Oil Paintings,
Chronios, Photographs, Plain and Colored Lith
ographs, which are forsalo very cheap. They
are so beautiful!
FARM FOIt SALE !
CITUATED on the west side of Big Bacooon
J Creok, in Wilkesvllle Township, Vinton
County, Ohio, on the line of the Gallipolis, Mo
Arthur A Columbus .Railroad, and containing
190 ocrea. It is now owned by Mrs. Moran and
O Creok, in Wilkesvllle Townslili),
heirs, Ming lu a good state of cultivation
never-luiling springs in abundance; a g
coal bank, feet vein, which is opened; iron
ore of the very boat quality, which can be seen
on examination. Kids will be received until
the 1st day of December, 1873. '
TKltMS OF SALE. One half cash in hand;
balance in ono year from date, with 6 per cent
interest. Apply to
- PATRICK KELLY, .
Wilkesvllle Township, near said farm.
October 80. 18T. 8w
- Is widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
tha blood. It has
ViV" i(fwy. Bt0K' the test ot
C' !V J'J . 2 atnntlv mYlwInn Min.
"bn&iciii utation, based on ita
intrliwio virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet to searching;
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, mi.ny oi which are publicly known,
of Scrolila, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of tho tikin, Tumors, Blotches,
Itoils, Pimples, Pustule, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, lloso or lrysipe
las, Tetter, Salt Ithenm, Scald
Head, ltLnfrworui, and internal Ul
cerations of tho Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
dlit, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Dlscnso,
Female Weakness, Debility, anq
Loucorrhooa, when they are manifesta
tions of tho scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Sprlnjr. By renewing the
apnotita and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates tho depression and listloss lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel bettor, and live longer,
for cloansing the blood. Tho system moves
on rriih renewed vigor and new lease of
UO. .-.,..;, I ,; . , ...
Dr. J. C. AYER dt CO., Lowell, Mass.,
SOU) BT AJX DfiUQOISTS iVKRTWHiaJL
WE ARE READY FOR THE FALL TRADE, WITH A LARGE
" '':" - .' i " AND ELEGANT
A.SSOIOTMElir'T- OF GOODS
' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS "CHUCK FULL"
IPldln db JPcinoy DressGoodo
Prints, Delaines, Plain Lustres, Conlcd Lustres, Broche Corils, Plaids, Foplins, Wool Delaines,
Itlack Hllka, Watornroofs, &c, o.
IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE FULL LINES OF
Jeans, - Cassimeres, Coatings,
FLANNELS, PLAIN BED AND TOTE, AHD FANCY- PLAIDS !
Canton Flannels, Drillings, Bleached and Brown Muslins, of every grailo, Tickings, Checks,
Napkins, Tuble Damask, Toweling,
Shawls, 3loakf, Furs, Velveteens, fcc.
Everything New and Novel
In this line of Goods we carry the largest and
DKESS TRIMMINGS, FHINGES.
AND ESPECIALLY TO OCR LARGE LOT Of . ; ,
KID, LISLE THREAD. SILK AND COTTON GLOVES!
' ' In every stylo, shade and quality. ,
THE CELEBRATED HIGH GORE CORSET!
The Largest Stock of Lace Collars in Town I -HOSIERY
IN GREAT VARIETY, V
FANCY GOODS IN ENDLESS ASSoStMENT!
CALL AND EXAMINE
Collars, Neckties, Bows, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers, Hats, Caps, e.,
4o., before buying elsewhere We hove everything new and novel. A specialty of the
GOLLEO-IAIT COiIi.A.:R. I .
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WE HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 1 '
BOOTS and SHOES, for MEN, BOYS, WOMEN and MISSES!
And pay especial attention to our trade in
LADIES'. fillTEBSI i '
And have a fyll stock constantly on hand of all sizes, styles and qualities. "
Our Grocery lDoi3EiirtxrLxi.t!
' ' IS) FULL AND COMPLETE I
R E A D TH I S LIST O F P RICES:
N.Q.SuEar,12.o "White Coffee Sugar, 15o . Choice Rio Coffee, 25o
Jsty Coffee 30o .i,; Young Hyson Tea, $1.00 Rloe.lOo
N. 0. Molasses, 80o Raisins, 25o '' ' Cundios, 25o.
Bacon, Lard. Fish, Syrups, Cigars, Tobaccos, Indigo. Logwood, Madder, Cloves, Cinnamon, Pep
per, Spices, &c, Ac; fyiukets, Tubs, Brooms, Luskeu. We Invito you to come and see us, and
examine our stock and prices, wjien you come to town I . .
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU GOODS!
"". ; .- i ' AND. . ' 1
We are Dotermined to Sell at Some Price, and are Prepared to Give Bar-
giai to 3-i sh and Prompt Paying; Customers !
WE BUY EVERYTHING I HI THE WAY OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
WE ARE RECEIVING . NEW GOODS EVERY WEEK!
AND YOU WILL'ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST NOYELTIES AT THE
, "oiiD ooiaisrEia stoeei"
THEN REMEMBER THE PLACE -TO BUT YOUR GOODS CHEAP 1
' , :- ' 13 AT
T.. A. MABTIlsT & SOTsT'g'
ONE DOOR WEST OF COURT HOUSE.
SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.'S
tKWlflllM' lh'll':'J '
l-!i III, W.I.',:! '.
1 X i
p - f: '
a. ' I
GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
'.''. .' i. FITTED Wmi T11E NEWLY INVENTED . . '
' SCRIBNERS PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An invention havlns; most Important Bearing on tho future reputation of Reed Instrumsntsl
by tho use of which the quantityor Volume ui tono Is vory largely increased, aud the aualltyo'
the tone rendered , :
: Eaual to that of. tho Best Pipe Organs of tho Same Oapacitys
Ouroelebrated "Vox Ooleste,"' "Louis Patent." "Vox Humans," 'Wlloox Patent" Octave Ooun
lv lr, TU8oharining"0llo" or -Clurlnet'1 Stops. and wwup
' ALL THE LA TE IMPROVEMENTS
I ran 1.. Ahl.l..1 I.. .1. f
, - ' v ii u. uiiH.iiiau v.iijr ill kllu vr(Ulu.
Thirty-five different Btyles for the I'nrlor and Church.
The best material and Workmanship.
-. -J. uui '-':',' ' Quality and Volume o
' ' '. ' :. ii ,0
" 3tlOIiSj3.fSySOTC l!JSOO.
FAOTO&T AND WARE&00X3, COENEB 6TH ADD 0OHORES3 BTKLET8. .DETROIT, MIOHiaAir
Xatsbllthtd In I860. 1 .- .. it?" AUKNT9 WANTED IN BVKHY COUNTY
! : Address SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN CO.,' Detroit, Michigan:
.: : 'l ' j.'!.",:, : . i ' '..
'; " ' Ikeop constantly on hand svsry dsiorlptlon of .
furniture: ; or " Modern- sty l es.
I' Imanufaoturetoordeiandrepalrk'nrnltiirer.fsllklnds.sttliS most reasonable prices.
'. ii , i , I sib prepared to furnish ., ,,,
COFFINS 0P,. EVEUY STYLE v AND VARIETY,
I ,Yj . W.':: mid kooompny tbtm With Hoarse. V' , "
' Ya pVHo are lsviUA to tail aa4exaBdanT6tM)k. '
Umkiutx' ' v aAltIS UORTON.
in Our Notion Department!
best stock in Vlntoii County. The particular
Co., 4c. -
OUR LARGE STOCK OP
MAIN STREET, MoARTHUB, OHIO.
. K I. .i,'r!.T1n-n.1 uAtt,
1 1 ..-'W"."i
; ft. -
i of Tone Uunqualled.
.1 1 ' li I' '
- L ' I .
ON MARRIAGE. Ifappr llellrf for Yoxns;
Men from tho effort of Krrors m Abuse
In early lifo. Jlanlioon .irsenrrd. Nervous '
debility cured. Impeillments to Marrlsgs re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
rAmitrlr Uhln ram I nm 1)Mlra ...... f i .
. . ...... .. . ina. MUU Ul I l,U (All
sent free, in sealed envelope.
Aaciress HOWiKI) ASSOOIATIOM, No.
South Mlnth St.. Phllxlelphls.Pa. 1-tf
F.J. OAKIS. J.T.riBHEB.
Corner Sixth and Walnut Rtiwnla.
onroiirirATi, . - omo.
JohhMoInttbe ' .
JOHM B. COJUULLT,! CI ft.
This Ilouse has been entirely
Befitted, , Ecfandsiied, Remodeled!
And is in all respects a '
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
ALL THE LUXURIES OF THE SEASON.
Table SUroussed bv none in tha Wont Amnta
and pleasant accommodations for travelers.
Give us a call.
OAKES A CO., Proprietors. -
C BEST IM THE WORLD.
ITev York Offlci 27 EEEKMAJJ ST.
The Hamden' Foundry Oflmpariy
at.liamdon, yinion Countv, Oio,-and supplied
.-. . ' . .Itwfthjtfrrour ..: rr .
Latest Styles - of '.Pattersa ani lla-"
:, wuxuei V - . ,; ,-
At great expense, are now manufacturing every
Hollow Ware, Plaim Heavy Castings
iot xurnaoes, BaartUg, &tOTs, ,
Orates, Fronts. Cane Mills, '. :
: Wama Boxu. Plan. . - '
AND OABTDIQS OP EVERY DESORIPTIOir.
'ine attention or tho public Is called to the
great variety of ,
C00K& PARLOR STOVES!
Which thev are enablnH tn anil pli
elsewhere. The great advantago of purchasing
Stoves at this Foundry is, you don't have to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
you do when you purchase elsewhere. A good
Tinware, Sleet Iron & Copper Ware
. . Kept on hand. This Foundry being a
A,-nd tho jiroprictors practical workmen, who
atteud strictly to business, ws can
.Maniifacture Our Own Goods. '
And sell them direct to thonoonle at the whnln.
sale'i)rics at which the same goods are offered
by V inton County dealers. Ir yon want good
article at a low price, give us a call.
Highest price paid old Brass,. Copper, and
rersons desiring castings for Patent Eight
will please sond us their orders.
REPAIRING of all kinds neatly done. ;
HAMDEN FOUNDRY COMPANY,
September 25, 1872. ; . Heed's Mills P. 0.
HEEIFF'S SALE I
Stale of Ohio, Vinton County. ,
Jesse Francis, Plaintiff,
John W. Jeffrey, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common Fleas. Or
der of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command ot a vendi order
of sale with 11.- fa. clause, issued from tho
Court of Common Pleas of Vinton County, and
to me directed as Sheriff of said County, I will
offer for sale at the Uoor or the Court House, in
tho Town of McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
Monday, the 25th Day of November,
A. D. 1872, . i,.,
At tho hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, situ
ate In the County of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
to-wit: : i
Commoncing at a point in the Section line be
tween Hoctious No. 8 and No. 9 in Township No.
10 and Knnge No. 10, ten chains and fifty -eight
links South of the North line of said Sections
and said point being the South-west corner of a
tract of land containing 1 67-100 acres, convey
ed by John Francis to Willinra Francis by Doed
dated January 4, 110, and recorded In Volume
7. Page 474 of the Record of Doeds for Vinton
County, Ohio: thence South 64 degrees East 5
chains and AO links to the County Koad, and to
the South-east comer of said last-mentioned
tract: thenco along said Road in a South-westerly
direction to said Section line; thence with
said Koad about ft rods; thence in a North-westerly
direction about 81 rods to a Dead Oak Tree
standing in the South line of the North-east
qimrUir of the North-east quarter of said Sec
tion 8; thence East on said South line to said
Section line; theuce North on said Section line
between Sections 8 and 9 to tho place of begin
ning, containing 6 acres, more or less. V o
Appraised at Fifty Dollars, (100.00) and must
bring two-thirdsof that num.
To lie sold as the property of John W. Jeffrey
to satisfy a vendi order of sale issued from the
Court ol Common Pleas In fa.vor of Jesso Fran
Terms of Sale Cash in hand at tha time of
sale. . ..
, DANIEL BOOTII,
Sheriff Vinton County.
D. B. Bhivil, Attorney for Plaintiff.
October 28, 187a 6 w
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