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JlcArtluir, cJan. 1. 1873,
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
0. T. Gunning has just removed
from the "Old Brick Corner" his
splondid assortment of Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station
ery, &c, to hi8 NEW ROOM
in Will's Now Building, one door
west of Oilman, Ward & Co.'b Store,
on Main Street, whoro he will be
pleased to meet all his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givohim their patronage.
'Ilia New .Room is really the finest
in Southern Ohio; is being visited
by evorybody; and his supply o
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilots, and the
liA-e equal to any other establishment
intbo country. .
Ho fills prcsciptions, and can ac
commodate all customers atreason
ablo . rates. If you want lo see
tho finest Drug Store, drop
in and examine this one.
For Puro Drugs and Medicines
goto Sisson's. ..
This is an enquiry which every
nn should have truthfullu answer
ed before ho starts on his journoy,
ana a nttio caro tasen in examina
tion of Eoutes will in many cas.es
save much trouble, time and money.
The "I. B: & TP. Route," running
. .. t m
from Indianapolis tnrougu Dioom
inMo to Burlinrton. has achieved a
splondid reputation in the last two
years as the leading rasnenger
Ronto to the West. At Burlincton
it connects with tho groat Burling-
... i - ii . .
ton Koute which runs direct inro
Southern Iowa to Nebraska and
Kansrs, with close connections to
California and tho Territories; and
passengers starting from Vinton
County, on their way wostward,
can not do hotter than to take the
I. B. & W. and Burlington Route.
This lino haspublishod a pamph
let entitled "How to go West,"
which contains much valuable infor
mation; a largo correct map of tho
Great West, which can be obtained
free, of chargo by addressing the
Gdncral Passenger Agon B. & M. R.
ft., Burlington, Iowa.
Dr. N. J. Bowers,. Dentist. Mc
Five Hundred Thousand.
B- 500,000 Bottles of Greene's
ArmrsT Pr.nwuii has boon sold in
thisStato in threo months. Wo on
ly ask you to go to tho drug stores
of Gunning or Sisson, McArthur,
O., and get a Bottlo Free of charge,
or ii rofiitur fiizo at 75 cts. Every
Bottlo warrantod to euro Dyspepsia
w . 1 , fl". 1 I. J. .1. J
or Liivcr (jompiainc, oiCKiioauqcno,
Oostivoncss, Heartburn, Water
brash, Sour Stomach, Indigestion,
Impuro Blood, and all disoaso caus
ed by Impuro Blood, or deranged
Stomach and Liver. Try it.
G. GREEN, Prop.,
ForAyer's Medicines, go'toG.
Are You Going West?
If so, take our advice, and purchase yourtlck
ets over the old reliable and popular Misourl
Pacino Railroad' which is, positively, the only
Line that rum three Dally Express Trains from
St. Louis to Kansas City, and the West! and Is
osltlvclv, the only Lino which runs rullmnn's
niitfA MinmiRm nmi iinv i oftcntis leaneccinuv
ifw mnvHrAi i mnnnpri wim nunur onimv iuv
form and the patent Steam Brake, from St. Loul
to Kansas City, f ort eoott, rontons, Lawrence
r.DUn.WA,ll, Afnlilanf, HI-. .fn.Allll KltlirUMktt
Cltv Council bluffs and Oninlis. without change
Kor information In regard to Time Tallies, rates
Ac, to any point in Missouri, KHnias, Nebraska,
Colombo, Tcxss or Cal 1 1 fern in, cal 1 on or add reis
. 11. Thomson, Agent Missouri Pacific K.R. Col
unihus.Ohloior, K. A.Ford, Goneral Passongor
A iner, at. i.ouin, mo
No trouble to answer auostlossl
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, Mc
The Tide of Emigration
Seekers for new homo are Doui-ino' Into South
west Missouri, attracted by the cheap Lands of
the ATLANTIC PACIFIC UAILROAUCoM-
This Company offers 1,800,000 Acre of the
flnett lauds lu the world, at from 4 to 119 per
acre, on seven venn' time, and with free trans
porfittion to all purchniers.
This Road, NKV Kit BLOCKADED BY
SNOW, is dust (nod to become the national high
way tM.twM.ti Now York unit Hun liViliielMefi!
nml to tho industrious farmers of older Htates
wo earnestly recommend this land or cheap
homes, sure that nowhere can tho uoor man
Hilda more grateful cllinuto, a better soil, or
For full information, with Maps and Pain'
pblets, address AMOK TUCK, Land Com mis
sinner, 83 South Fourth Street, Bt. Louis, Mo.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, Mc
Tho advertiser, having been permanently
cured of thatdread dlsease,Gonsumptlon, by a
simple roniody, Is anxious to make known to
his follow sufferer tho means of cure. To all
who deslro It, ha will send a copy of the pre
scription used, (free of charge), with the, direc
tions for pieparlng and tising tho same which
they will find astir Curb rot Conbumptiom
AlTnUA,IlitOK0BiTil o. Partlca wishing the
proicrlplion will plena svldren
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON. 196 Penn St Williamsburgh.
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis
son's DrogFtorq. '
ALL thoso knowing themsolvoH
inJobtod to tho firm of Richmond
& IIvrh aro requosted to call immo
dintoly and Bottlo accounts. We
can ' not carry - accounts from ono
yoar to another ,alid pay our own
bills.- ':' EionmoNb & IloiiN.
Ootober 2, 1872. tf-
Dr. N, J. DovriBi, Dentist, Mc
Arthur, Ohio. ' '' 1
HEALTH AND BEAUTY!
Strong' and Pure. Rich BloodI
crease, of Flesh and Weight
Clear Skin and Beautiful
SECURED to all
EADWAY'S SARSAP AEILLIAN
UAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISH IN
CUBK8. HO QUICK, 80 ItAPID ARE
THE CHANG KS THE BODY UNDF.B
UOKS UNDEIt THE INFLUENCE
OP THId TRULY W0N11KK
FUL MEDICINK, THAT ,
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Weight is seen and Felt.
Scroruln. Consumption, B-phllis In it)
many forms, Glandular llisense, Ulcers
ill tllO Tliroilt. Month: Tmiinmr Kii1i in tlifl
Glands, and other parts of the system ; Bore
r.ye, oiromous msennrges ironii tne jtaro;
Kraptlvo Diseases of the Eyes, Note, Mouth,
and the forms of. Skin Diseases: Emotions. Fe
ver Sores, Scald-Head, King-worm, Salt Rheum
!Kryslpolns, Agno, Black Snots, Worms lu the
r lean, .minora, cancers in tne womu, ana an
Weakcninir and Puinful TllKrhinrcs: Nlirht
8weats audall Wastes of the Life Principle,
are within the Curative Range ot Radway'B
Siirnnparilltnn Resolvent, und a few days' use
will prove to any person using it for either of
theso forms of Uist'ii.se ils potent power to cure
Not onlvdoos the 8 A USA P A T?T T.T.T A V RF.
SOLVENT excel nil known remcdinl agonts In
the C'uro of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitution,
Skin and Syphiloid diseases, but it is the only
punitive rumuiiy iur .
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
Dronsy. Incontinence of Urine, llrlirht's Din-
cane, Albuminuria, and in all cases where
there are Brick Dust Deposits, or the water is
thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like the
win to ot an egg, or throarte like white silk, or
there is a morula dark, bilious appearance, and
whito bone-dust deposits, and whore there is a
pricking, burning sensation, and pain in the
Small ol' tho Back, and along the Loins, In all
those conditions RAD WAY'S BAUSAPA
R1LLIAN RESODVKNT, aided by the applica
tion of Railway's Ready Rrcliel to the Splno
and Small of the Back, and the Bowels regula
ted with one or two of Radway'a Regulating
Pills ncrday, will soon make a complete cure.
In a few days the patient will be able to hold
and dischargo water naturally without pain,
and the Urine will be restored to its natural
clear and amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy and vigorous
blood, that furnishes sound structure. Hence
all suffering from Weakening Discharges,
either Molo or Female, orfrora Ulcers or Sores,
through the repsrntive processof RADWAY'S
SAUSAPARILIAN, aro arrested, and the rup
tured organs healed.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED TUMOR OF
TWELVE YEARS' GROWTH CURED BY RAD
Bkykkly, Mass., July 18,1869.
Dr. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumorin
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
"there was no help for It." I tried every thing
that was recommended, but nothing helped me.
I saw your Resolvont, and thought I would try
it, but had no faith in it; because I had suffered
for twelve years . I took six bottles of the Re
solvent, one box of Railway's Tills, and used
two bottles of your Ready Relief; and thoro is
not a sign of a tumor to be seen or foR, and 1
feel better, smarter, happier thnnl havefor
twelve years. The worst tumor was In tho left
side of the bowels, over tho groin. 1 write this
ts you fot the bcucflt of others. You can pub
lish if you choose.
HANNAH P. KNAFP.
B Price One Dollai.
Settlement Notice. R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the worst pains in from One to
Not one hour after reading this advertisement
need any one suffer with pain.
BAD WA TS BEADY BELIEF
IS A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. HMVASTIIE
FIRST, AND IS
THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That Instantly stops the most excruciatingpnin
ALLAYS INl'LAMiUATlU.S A!iU tlK9
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, ISowtls, or
the glands and organs, by ono application,
In From One" to Twenty Minutes,
Krt mutter now violent nr e'cruclntlnir 11m
pain, the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm,
Crippled, Nervous. Neuralgic, or prostrated
with disease, may sunor, .
Radway's Ready Relief
Will, In from one to twenty minutkh, afford
eatt and comfort, and this medicine, so rapid in
stopping pain, can be purchased Fifty Cents
por bottle at almost every druggist's and coun
try merchant's store ou tins continent, nnu
wmunone nour s uistuncooi almost every inu
1 Uition in the United btntes,
HllKUMA TI8M AND XKURALGU.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
If those who are now Buffering I'ain, no mat'
ter what the cause may be, or by what name
It is called if external, apnly Hapwav's
Keadt Kkmep to the part of the body where
the pain Is present. Jt internal, xu (irons, diiu
til in water, as a drink. Whether Cranins.
Spasms, Inflnmniation. Confrostion, Asiatic
Cholera, CUIIIaand over, Mis most violent, ex
cruciating and tortm Iur pains will ba stopped
in rrom one to iweniy minutes.
PAINFUL ATTACKS WHERE
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease:
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE ROWELS,
CONGESTION OF TIIR LUNGS
sore throat. difficult brkatiung,
palpitation ok tub heart,
iiy8teeic8, croup, diphtheria,
Cold, chills, ague chills.
The application of tho READY RELIEF to
tho part or parts where the pain or ilifllculty
exists will afford case and comfort. 20 drops
In u half tumbler nf water will, in a few mo
ments, euro Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach,
Heartburn, Sick Headache, Iiarrhea, Dyson
tory. Colic, Wind In the Dowels, and all Inter
nnlPaliiH. Travelers should alwavs carry a bottle ol
RADWAY'S UK LIEF with them. A fewdrops
in water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It is better than French
Brandy or Dittersaa a stimulant.
tEVEIt AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AOUE 8CUREI).
FEVER AND AGUE CURED
FOR FIFTY CENTS.
There Is not a remedial agent in tho world
that will euro FEVER AND AGUE,
and all other Malarious, Dillons, Bcarl't, Ty
phoid, Yellow and other Fevers (aided by
Railway's1 Pills,) so quick as Radway'a Ready
Person need suffer, be they ever so much ex
posed to Fever and Ariio, if they will only take
hih. a v'a RRinv Hki.ikp. and keen thair hoo.
li opm with Uaduxty't Pitt. Hundreds In the
west, wnounvo uituerio oeun uuciorinn at vuu
rato of ono ami two hundred dollars for a few
months' treatment arekeenlne themselves and
famlHe free from FBVSIt and AQVR, CIII.LS
and FKVFR, RHEUMATISM, C., lor ono or
twodollars a year, spent for Railway's Keady
Kellnf anil Rndwny's Pills (coated).
The READY RELIEF will afTord initant lau
to all. Price only 5U eonts per bottlo,
N. B. Hoe that every bottle has an India
Rubber Stopper. Hold at all DrtiKglsU, and at
Dr. Radway'a ottlce, Mo, 32 Warren, cor. Church
Street, New York.
DR. RADWAY'S PERFECT CURATIVE
Elegantly Coated with Sweet Gum.
PURGE, REGULATE, PURIFY, CLEANSE AND
POBTIIE CUMK OF
Aft. nrsnnnituo o rTiir uTiirdnrr rtvrn
HOWKLS, K1DNKYS, M.ADVKtt, NKHVOVk
OISKASK.1, HKADACIIK, CONSTIPATION
OOSriVKNICsS, IN DIOKHTION, IY8PKPSIA
BILIOUSNESS. nillOUH FK7KU, IN FLA M-
jUAjjijy vr i ii a au n riLax, anil all tie
ranifomonts of the Internal Viscera.
Warranted to Effect a PotitivoCure,
CONTAINING NO MKKOURY, MINERALS OR
DKL. i SIUUUS DKUUB.
TObsore tho following aymptoms rH))t
Constlpa., order of the l)letlve Organs i
niood In "'oil, inward Piles, Fullness of the
Nausea, Hcha Hnsd, Aoldity of the Htoninch,
or WelKbtenrtburn, DisKiist of Fond, Fullness
oinainKor in uu ouninicii, nour Krui-tatlons,
KlutterliiR at the Pitof thoBtomach,
SwimniliiKof the Head, Hurried nml Difficult
Itrenthlnif, Fluttering at the Heart, Choklngor
BiilfoentltiK Honsatlon when In a Lying i'os
tiiro. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Weba before
the Sight, Kerorond Dull I'nln In the Head,
Iieflclenny of Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and tfyes. Pain in the Ride, Client. Limbs,
and Sudilon Flushes f Jleat, Ilurnlng in the
A few doses of RinWA Y'a Pn.tJ trill frca the
system from allthealiove-naniedillsordera,
Frio ! Canta Par Box.
RAWAT &c CO.
No. .13, Wsrren, eer. Church st. N, V,
READ FAISEAND TRUE.
Send na letter Homo tn RADWAY A tn .
tin. Ml Wair nar. niniMh Rt-.l w.m Vn.b
iiifomintlon worth UmifSAndi will beaonC.Youi.
... : . ,i
Court or Common Pleas!
THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER , 1872,
THE BALANCE IN THE TREASURY ON SAID DAY!
THE REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE
Appointed by the Court to Examine laid Annual Report.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,)
September 18th, 1872.
to the Honorable J. J. Harper, Judge oUiie Court of Common
Pleas of Vjnton County, Ohio :
TVE, THE UNDERSIGNED, COMMISSIONERS OF VIN-
v TON COUNTY, OHIO, respectfully submit to your Honor
the following report of our official transactions during the. year
ending September 3d, A. D. 1872. Also an accurate statement of
the financial affairs of the County for the past year. We have
held, during the .year, four regular sessions and four special ses
sions; and we have also established four County Roads. We
constructed several new Bridges, and repaired old ones.
The following is a Statement of the Financial Condition of .the
Of Expenditures of County Funds for the Year ending September 3d, 1872,
Together with. Receipts and Balances Remaining in the Treasury, viz : .
To Amount Transferred from County
Poor Fund, MO 00
- ' ' Trnnaftirrnri tVniw TnUpm-
' 52 G5
" " Hnecial County Fund, 82 61
" Publishing Delinquent
" TtpwuiliAi fnllni.fl.n nn
Itefundod bv Jackson
.'ounty, State vs. Cum-
miU8, net, 178 12
" " Jury Fees' from Sheriff
net, 71 88
" " Deposited to Redeem
Land, net, 48 45
" " Bridge Onlcr Doposited, 1 to
' " August Collection ou Du
plicate, net, 5,871 01
" " Trnnsforred fitnn Speeiul
County Fuud, 71
By Amount Overpaid Last Tear, I
" " Paid Grand Jurors,
" " Petit and Tales Ju
rors, " " " Witnesses, examin
" " " Commissioner II. II.
" " " Comtnbmloner Pat
i rick Kelly,
" " " CoinmiHslon'rWash
' liiKton Keeton,
" " " Commissioner Ilnm
" " " Auditor's Fces,-H.
" " ' " Auditor's Fecs,-W.
" " Htat ionery for Coun
" " " Witnesses before the
" " " Witnesses lu Crim
" " , " Hurveving' Roads,
" " " Surveying Boads
J " " Surveying Roads
" " Viewers,
" C.W. Holland, Cleric
u ii (ioorge Lantl Clork
" " " School Kxamlner IS 4
" " " School Examiner J.
" " ' School Examiner I
" " , " Dan Booth, Sheriff,
" " " Dan Booth, Sheriff,
Conveying to Reform
" " " Dan Booth. Sheriff,
Conveying to Luna
' " " A. L. Hunter, Dep
" " " A. lu Hunter, Sua-
i u foronor'a Inquests,
" " " Elontlons, Judges,
Clerks and Justices
" " " Printing Blanks and
" " " Township Assessors, -
" . Coal for County Of.
flees and Jail,
" ' " Witnesses in Cases of
" " " Township Treasur
ers for settlement,
" " " Attorney Aiipointod
by Court, Homer C.
' Jones, .
" " " Attorney Appointed
by Court Arch Mayo.
" Attorney Appointed
by Court, ilark A
" " " Attorney Appointed
by Court, . K. Barn'
" " " Attorney Appointed
by Court, John Mayo
" " " (Jourt House repairs
it ii freight aud Express
'on Laws aud Public
- 834 20
' 00 VI
J Math f Peace in
" Constables in Crlm
" Witnesses In Crlmlu
" Furniture for Connty
Ofllces aud Court 1
" Hani ware for Jail
I nd County Ofllces,
tedepipt'p Of Lflnds,
' ltnliert Sage, Guard?
" O. W. Ullnian, Kx
amlnlng Draft aud
" l'roseeutlng Attor
11 Prosociitlng Attor
" D. V. C. S. Ran
pells, Physicians for
11 Coininlttefa ExnuilMj
" ( o.u, on Psle of Boo
tlon ifl) Ministerial
" Poll Box for Clinton
ft Wo(i)lyray, Prose
eiitlng Attorney ppr
' cent, on Fines ana
T. A. Murray, Re
cording for County
I for Court Room,
tf Open pg Ditch to
" Probate Judge,
f II. C. Jones pn Man.
date, State ts. Lee, '
By Amount Paid llnnd-cuffs for Sher
iff, 4 00
.". " " Suhscripfn'to Dom
, ocrntio Knquirer
lom 1868 to 1871, 4 50
" " " Slcrehiiudiso for Jail
and County Olllccs, 184 69
" " ' Stamps for County
Bonds, 0 80
" " " K A. ITulbert, Let-
tering Olllce Hooms. 5 80
" " " Insurance on Jail
and Court House,
Policy $10,000 for live
roars, 825 00
" " " Interest Allowed ou
County Orders, 180 93
Balance in 'f rensury 028 05
S 14,750 00
Showlngtbe Condition of the Treasury of
Vinton County, Ohio, on tJie 3d Day of
September, A. I). 1873 t Showing the
Amounts of the Several Funds Kecetved
During the Year. Also the Amounts of
Kachi'nnd DIsburHeil, and the Balance
remaining lu the Treasury on said Jay.
(Nelson Richmond, Treasurer.)
To Amount Net Collections on Dupli
cate; Stale Funds for be-
cemher, 1871, including
former Del intuencies, f 0,290 27
" " Net Collections for June,
187S, 4,878 54
By Amount Not Total Paid State
Treasurer, us per vouch
ers on flic, 11,175 81
To Amount Balance in Treasury Sop.
tenibor 1,1871, $2,080 01
" December Collections on
Duplicate, 1871, 4,189 00
" " August Col lections on Du
plicate, 1872, 8,340 15
Total i $10,517 02
By Amount Order Deposited hi Coun
u ty Fund. $ 1 50
" " Orders Redeemed and Do.
posited December, 8,287 50
" Orders Redeemed and De
posited March, 172, 408 25
Ordors Redeemed and De
posited June, 1B72, 8,900 90
" Orders Redeemed and De
posited September, 18T2, 1,817 00
" " Order (No. 810,) aud Cred
ited in Countv Fund, 2 50
" " Order (No. 10850 and Cred-
I ted in County Fund, 10 00
unlance In Treasury, 8,281 87
COUNTY POOR FUND.
To Amount Balance In Troasurv. Sod-
teniber 1,1878, $1,128 90
" " DcriMiibiir Collections on .
Duplicate, 1871. 1,047 48
Aiigusi loiiectionson tri
plicate, 1878, KIM
Total 1 ,018 87
By Amount Transferred to County
. Fund, 500 00
" " Orders Hedocmcd and
Depos ted Dcc'ber, 1871, 269 85
" Ord ers Redeemed and
Deposited March, 1872. 891 07
" Transferred to Special
County Fund, 87 51
" Onlors Rciloomed and
Deposited June, 12, 820 80
11 Ordors Redeemed and
ltn, 4MI 75
Balance lu Treasury 997 9
$ 8,013 27
TOWNSHIP AND TOWNSHIP POOR
To Amount Docoinlior Collection on
" " August ( olloctlon on Du
v?' t r rr
By Amount Ordors Redeemed and De.'
posiieu niarcu, utix, f
Balauce in Treasury
$ 8,474 67
AND SCHOOL HOUSE FUND.
To Amount Iernnbar Collections qn
lupncute, inn, B,uno 'ii
" " Slate Common School
Fund, . 4,700 00
" 11 Colliicted from Slulgs
County, . 59 40
" " , Juno Collection ou Dupll-
rate.lSia, 7,857 01
I' " State CommouRchool Fund, 8,5V5 00
I I Show Llcnnsu Distributed, 81 60
" Interest Section 19 fi-qui' 1
Township and State, 9R8 88
Total $26,(14 40
By Amourit Overpaid September 1st, $ '
' . Onlnra Reileemed and Do-
posited March, 1873, HM 14
: Balance In Treasury 10,908 77
BUILDING OR INFIRMARY FUND.
To Amount Balance in Treasury Sept..
1st. 1872, f 518 25
" " Collected from "Elijah
Whitluch, 081 18
" " Transferred from Build-
Ing Fund, 1,835 43
" " June collections ouDupli-
t ate, 1U72, 4,503 41
, $ 6,778 21
By Amount Transferred to County $
Fuud, 500 00
" " Treasnror'i por cent, on
Collection from Whltlach, 9 21
" " Onlers Rodoemed and De
posited June, 1873, 8,508 00
" " Orders Redcoiued and Do-
posited Sept. 8, 1,488 00
Balance in Treasury 1,818 00
$ 5,778 81
COUNTY BUILDING FUND.
To Amount December Collections on
Duplicuto. $ 8,057 5
$ 8,057 69
By Amount Overnald Seutcmbor 1st. t
1872, 100 63
" , " orders Itcdeeined and De
posited December, 1871, 501 49
" " Onlers Redeemed aud De
posited March, 1872, ,454 15
iinmuce in xruasury car
ried to Inllnnnrv "Fund.
Muy 10th, 1872, 1,835 43
$ 8,957 60
INTEREST SECTION 29 FUND.
Amount Collected from Thos. Thackor, $ 8 79
" " Ellis Bolen, 8 00
" " " Mich'lCarnen-
ter. 8 84
1. 11 j,n j.nwlor, a 11
" " " Kllen Norton, 8 82
" 11. State Treasurer, 140 83
" " " Abraham Bry-
son, 0 00
. " " " Thos. Thacker, 1 84
To till $ 178 88
Amount Overpaid Scptomberlst, 1871, $ 20 81
. " Onlers Redeemed and Do- .
posited March, 1879, 135 63
" Treasurer's por cent, on Col
Bqlance in Treasury, 11 82
$ 178 83
PRINCIPAL SECTION 29 FUND.
Amount Balance in Treasury. Septem
ber 1st. 1871. $ 71
" Collocted from Thos. Thackor,- 10 62
" " " .Ellis Bolen, 25 00
" . Michnel Car-
tponter, 55 82
" John Lawler, 4 54
" Ellen Norton, 18 42
" " Ievl Nanner, 83 84
" " " Jacob Irvln, 1(175
" " " Madison Peck, 15 00
" " AhrahumBrv-
son, 20 00
" " " Snrnli A. Ax-
. tell. 80 07
" " . " Thos. Thackor, 10 68
$ 826 69
Amount Puld State Treasurer. Febru
ary, 1872, $ 142 SO
" State Treasurer. Aunust
Collection, 1872, ISO 45
11 Treasurer's nor cent, on
Collection, 8 27
Balance lu Treasury, 71
$ 820 C9
INTEREST SECTION 16 FUND.
AmountJollceted from Miles ltntcliff,$
" " " A. K. Mcl.ain,
" " " Win, Bnlllu-
" " " Miles Rirtcl iff,
" " " J. C. II. Cobb,
" " " NuncvJ.Cobh,
" " " StuteTrensur-
" " " Solomon Goff,
" . " " Nuthaulol Si
monton, " . Chas. J. At-
k 1 119011,
' Total I
Amount Treasurer's per cent on Col
" Orders llodecmed and Credit
ed to School Account,
" Distributed to School Fuud,
PRINCIPAL SECTION 16 FUND.
Amount Bulunco in Treasury Sent. 1st
1874 $ 00
Collected from Miles Rntcllff, 20 00
" " " A. K.McUIn, 20 00
" " " Wm.Itiilliiiger, . 24 48
" " " Miles RatclilT, 80 00
" " " J. C. II. Cobb,
Hoc. 20, 70 00
" " " NuncyJ. Cobb, 60 00
Kiilomop (Jflff, 65 00
" " Nathaniel Sl-
niontou, 7 60
" " " Charles J. At
kinson, 68 00
" " " JohnW.Reod, 07 00
$ 404 04
Amount Treasurer's per cent, on col
lection I 4 04
" . Paid State Treasurer, 879 5
" Bulunco in Treasury, 80 06
f 404 04
TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND.
BKCKIPTS. . '
Amount December Collections,
" August Collections,
$ 1,007 61
?o(aJ . I 1,275 78
Amount Ovorimld Sept-ember 1st, 1871, $ 78
" suiiervitors Receipts Depos-
Red, 8?5 49
" Money Ordors Deposited, S47 89
jinianco 111 Treasury Distrib
uted, . 201 02
$ 1,275 78
Amount December Collection, 1871, $
" August Collection, 1873,
Total - 1
Amount Onlors Redeemed and Depos-
" iteilMaiT.h, 1H78, $
" Balnnco In Treasury Heptem
berd,1872, 87 82
I j 05 ill
Amount on Hnnd, Collections Soiitimi-
bcr,1871,i '$ 635 18
Total . $ 635 10
Onlors Redeemed and Depos- '
itoil, 685 19
$ 685 19
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND.
Amount Bnlanre In Treasury. SopUim-'
her 1, 1873, $ 82 51
" December Collections, 1871, 18 4V
" Tj ansrerrcdfruin County Poor
(' Ji'inu' Collections on Dupll. "
cate, 1873, .,,,.(.. 71
Amount Transferred to County Fund,
" Veteran Bond Redeemed and
Filed, June. 1872,
" Transferred to County Fuud,
September 1, 1878,
'$ 180 m
SHOW AND PEDLERS' LICENSE.
KEOEIITS. , 1 ..:.(' .,
Amount Receivtd from Bells Brothers, $ 80 00
" , Skinner 4 Fore. '
, wan, . ,. . , 80 00
" . " ' Ronton, Sprln- '
ger n uompnny, , ssj uu
Total $ 70 00
' EXPENDITURES. -i ! i
Amount Treasurer's por cent ou Col
lection, ... $ ; . 1 00
" Paid state Treasurer, net, 8160
: " ; - , Distributed to School Fuud, 81 60
Amount Collected Of C. W. Gist,
, ! Total ... ,',
$ 8 00
Amount Treasurer's por cont. on Col
lection, $ 04
" Paid State Treasurer, 1 no
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND.
Amount Balance ou hand September 1,
1871, , $ 175
" Collected at date. Sentcmber 8.
1878, 150 50
$ 826 48
Amount Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lection, " Balance in Treasury,
$ 826 48
Amount Collected March 1st, 1872, $ 80 00
" " July 3d, 1872, 1 80 00
Amount Treasurer's per sent, on Col- '
lection, ' ' - 78
i " Balance to County Fund, 71 88
$ . 78 00
REDEMPTION OF LANDS.
Amount Collected from Abraham Wil
$ 45 78
Amount Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lection, $ 3 88
" Order Deposited to County
Fund, 43 45
" raid Bowen, ordor Deposit
ed to County Fund, 100
SPECIAL FUNDS (Township.)
A mouut Collections, February, 1878, $ 1,410 79
" " August, 1872, 1,118 78
$ 2,530 57
AmountOrders Deposited, 1,418 79
" Uulancc in Treasury, 1,110 78
$ 8,530 57
TREASURER'S PER CENT ACCOUNT.
Amount Fines from Justice Peace, $
" Jury Fees,
" Money Refuudcd from Jack- -
son County, 1
" School from Molgs County,
" Teachers' Institute Fund, 1
" Infirmary Fuud. from Whlt
" latch, . (
" Redemption of Lands, S
" Auction Duties,
" Show License, 1
" Section 29 Interest fromTown
shlp, " Section 29, Principal, i
" " 10, Interest from
" ' 10, Principal, 4
" School Funds Collected on Du
plicate, . 805
" . Other Collections on Dupli
cate, . 63S
Amount 1st Settlement with Auditor, $ 601 88
.. .. .. .. 4(4
" Allowed at March Session
Sundry Collections, 15 91
" Allowed atsoptembor Session
Sundry Collections, 83 81
SHOWING BALANCES REMAINING.
Bnlimce Spoolnl Township Funds, $ 1,110 78
1 onoiy r lino, oii s
" Bridge Fund, . 8,28187
" Countv Poor Fund. (nil M
Township nml 'Township Poor Fund, 1,441 80
Hi hnol and School House Fund, 10,902 77
liiiiiiiuiK or innrmnry Minn, 1,218 uu
iiiivruaincriiou x ministerial 1 nnu, 11 m
Principal " ? " 71
" 111 School Fund. 90 AK
Townsh I n nond Fund, 201 62
Corporation Fund, 77 09
Teachers' Institute Fund, 824 00
Total Balances $20,288 70
All of which is respectfully submitted.
11. H. 8WAIM, 1 Communion-
PATRICK KELLY, i r Vinton
WASHINGTON KEETON. J Co., 0.
To the Honorable, the Court of
Common fleas of Vinton
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the (jounty Commissioners for
.the year ending Seotember 3.
1872, beg leave to report that
the translers Irom one fund to
another set out in said report
are, in our judgment, illegal.
The report in other respects we
find to be correct.
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Stat tf Ohio, Vinton County. ,
Cornelius Karnes, Plaintiff,
The Vinton Furnaco Coul Company of Ohio,
In Vinton County Court or Common Pleas. Or-
1 dor or Halo on Attachment.
PUI18UANT to tho command or an Order or
Hln mi A lliifli..iA... I........1 .. .
. I .. ., " ...ungu, innuuu irillll ilia
Courtu Cummon Pluss of Vinton County, and
,, . ... ... earn iuuuiy, t will
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tho lowu of McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
Friday, the 3d Day of JANUARY,
A. D. 1873, .
At the hour ofl nVlrwk p. ar r d.i ii..
following doscrlbed piemises, to-wlt:
A partofthoHoutli-west corner or theKorth-
east uunrter of Heel Inn iiiimluir Tumv.iin ,.t
TowiiHhlpinimbor Klnven (11,) ltuuge number
Hoveuteen (17.) nnd I'Sjiecliilly described as the
tractor land fifty (CO) foot in width running
diagonally rrom a point Twcntv-llve (5) feet
" "" i"o surYuywi ny a. W. BtllllO for S
Hallroad from Vinton Btntlon to Vinton Fur
nace, where said line lulirmita tho n..A
said quarter Hection; tbcuco running Houtli-
7.,., J "! "iryuy out XWOIItV-nve
(ft) feet north or said survey which said line
running os aforesaid Is to be the tenter of the
strip or tract or land lioroln conveyed. Also,
three (8) acres and live (0) rods belim a itrln of
"'"d "Irty-flvo (US) feet wide from the center
iirtlio Itallroail truck of the Vinton Ftirnaeeand
oal Co. or Ohio's Itiiilroad on each side of said
ritiiimiu iracu nom the center located In the
North. west quarter of Mention nuiii her Twenty
live (M) TowmkIiIk numliiir IClnvcn (in Itaniii
liniiibnrHiiveiiteen (17,) in Vinton county, Ohio.
Also the Itullroiid Iriin and Ties located on the
above iliimirllicil real ostato aupposud to be two- '
thlidsnf anillo lu lenglli.
Taken as the property of tho Vinton Fumnre
Coal Co, of Ohio to satisfy an order of aula
on nttnchiiient issueil from the aforesaid Court
In rnvor of Cornelius Karnes. '
AnprnlHed at Three Thousand and Four Hun
dred 1 mllncs (ia,4UO,) and must bring two-thli
Tonus ol Hslo Cash lu hnnd.
, i .. 1ANIKT, BOOTH,
HO. Mayo 4 K. A, Bratton, Att'ys for PVtlu.
December 4, lOTU-Ow . ,