jr. W. BOWKS, Editor and Publisher
MOAKTHCR, OHIO . JVXK 18, UTS.
A Nation's Glory.
We once boasted, ou laud and
e, of the glory of the Columbian
nation.- Her name, fame and glory,
hone with superabundant resplen
dance in the high councils of every
national jurisdiction, upon which the
proud sun shed his golden rays.
,The flag of this Republic adorned
the capitols of Europe, as the en
sign of the most glorious and
grandest government on earth, but
oh! how changed the scene, how
scarred and marred, the escutcheon
of our hoiior and greatness. The
long revered flash of national high
noon has been so dimmed, that no
noble and truly proud American
'abroad can feci to exalt over his
fatherland, as in the happy lung
ago. Now we are compelled to turn
our eyes a down trodden, tax rid
den, and enslaved I'itizenship.whose
servants have become their master
and robbers. A government bleed
ing' at every pore from the lance of
her own degenerate sons who seek
to grow rich on the lust drops of
the blood of the Goddess of Liber
tyj ' The masses are forced to lav
ish upon self constituted dictation,
their hardest earnings, and All the
teeming cotters of arrogant as.su in
ert of power, with the hard-gained
and sweat-earned dollars, their suf
fering families need. Large and
pncely fortunes can be voted by
the voice of those who get the for
tune, right out of the pockets of the
people, and they must submit.
Don't talk about serfdom, for heav
en's sake. The press must be im
posed upon; the mails must be
made to tribute by increases in post
age, Ac., that a corrupt and base set
of , political shysters may grow fat
and rich at Washington. Who of
a moral and respectable turn of
mind can feel proud of this govern
ment any longer. Who can turn
his face toward the Capitol of this
Republic, and think, there is the
gathered glory, intelligence, states
manship and honor of .the common
wealth. Echo, aus wers who t Kay,
but we are forced to think of those
who fill places of power, as robbers
of the people, the corrupters of our
morals, and the mediocricy of the
nation. Oh ! how are the mighty
fallen, how the strong, grand, and
great are sunken.
Woen a town or city assumes a
position of greatness and real and
lasting prosperity, public spirit
must characterize the inhabitants
thereof. If our picturesque and
romantic town become, what it may,
one of the prominent and foremost
cities of Southern Ohio, we must
possess public spirit to the fullest
extent A place controlled by dead
heads and street loafers will drag
along at a snail's space, and sink
beneath the surface as certainly as
did Pompeii and Herculaneum. We
must pride ourselves one aud all
in quaking our town one of the most
desirable and attractive places, aud
men of nerve and business tact will
be attracted hither? and dead beats
and forty -class corner and back nl
ley dealers will be crowded out
Let "get up" appear on every hand
paint, print, stamp, stain,cut, carve,
letter and engrave it on everything
movable and immovable about the
place, and the capitalist and active
man of business will daily seek a
location in our midst
We urge a general public spirit
and wholesale improvements. We
think that our town could be im
proved about 500 per cent if some
211 good painters were set to work,
commencing with the Enquirer
Office. To these add a few hundred
carpenters to repair deranged win
dow shutters, fences, and out-buildings,
and McArthur would look like
anew city in bridal array. There
are too many old and dilapidated
buildings rotting into the earth,
and marring the looks of our town;
these the town council should order
removed as any other nuisance and
are tho place from a general con
flagration. Fire engines and gen
ral preventives of destruction by
flr should command some attention
at least We must not be indiffer-
tftt to the railroad question, nor
car two straws who are the officers
, r who lias' the ' authority so we
get the railroad. Let a spirit worthy
f the place show that we mean
business, and that this inexhausti
bl mineral region shall pour ines
timable treasures into our laps, and
such will bo tho rase if we secure
all the railroad facilities we need.
We.: earnestly urge, on one and
all, the spirit of enterprise and de
termination to succeed aud make
this delightfully situated town, the
glory' aud beauty of Southern Ohio.
Let public spirit actuate every one
and the obect is attained.
: i in i i m
Stokes bus) been granted a new
The Circleville Editorial Convention.
tion. ; ,
Tho above itttmed Convention
convened at Circleville ou the 12th
Inst., but on the account of delay
by the way, we did not reach the
place until the evening of the Jfrtt
day. We found the usual number
of the Editorial fraternity present
with their bright faces and cheer
fui manners, for Ohio can boast of
no braver nor Jolly fallows than are
to found among the Editors of the
Ohio Valley Editorial Association,
notwithstanding the little reporter
of the Cincinnati Enquirer deigns
to call them "Rural Roosters. "
They assembled in tho Council
Chamber at three r. m., and were
welcomed to the hospitalities of the
city by Mayor Miller, who said :
"Gentlemen or the Editorial
Convention : It affords me. as
Chief Magistrate of thif city, the
most tin reigned satisfaction to ex
tend to you a most cordial welcome,
and to tender you the hospitalities
of the corporation. We have but
utle here to show you in the way
of manufacturing establishments,
public buildings, or striking scen
ery, tins county is pre-ctnihemty
devoted to agriculture, and vou see
iaftwe 3-011 Trrttywhiclv lias grown"
up to supply the wants Of a farming
community. We ought to have the
moat interesting ancient works in
the world to. show, for you ore now
upon the ground ouce occupied by
the famous Circle and Square. Ow
ing to an unfortunate mistake made
by the founders of this place, the
town was laid out upon the very
site of those wonderful works,, so
that of necessity thay were years
ago entirely demolished, and to
day no vestige of them remains.
Tho name of the city is derived
from the circle within which the
town was originally built in a cir
cular form, with diagonal streets,
inc original plan or the town was
so inconvenient, that at an early
day the work of changing its form
was commenced, and at length,
about the year 1845, the work was
Anally completed, giving us rectan
gular streets for the entire city.
loucome to our place at a time
when our county is passing through
a great financial crisis. There are
now not less than 15,000 acres of
the best farming lands in the world
upon the market for sale. To show
the character of our farming opera
tions heretofore, I may say that a
single farm, now for sale; contains
3.500 acres. It might be well for
you to call the attention of the read
ers of your several journals to the
fact that they need not go West
for good farms, but can find them
here, in the Garden of Ohio, upon
terms which can not fail to induce
them to make investments. Fi
nally, gentlemen, allow me to repeat
to you a most hearty welcome, and
to assure you that you are now in
the midst of a warm-hearted,, gen
erous people, who folly -appreciate
the power and influence of the press
upon the welfare of the nation.
Mr. Walter C. Hood, President,
and Mr. J. L. Boardman, Vice Pres
ident, being absent, Mr. Milliken,
editor of Fayette County Herald,
was called to the chair, following
which a committee of arrangements
was appointed. The Convention
adjourned to meet again at
o clock 1. m. At tue evening ses
sion, resolutions of respect, for late
J. R. S. Bond of the Chillicothe Ga
zette, and first president of the As
sociation, were passed :
The following officers were tho
sen for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, Wm. Milliken, Fayette Coun
tv Herald: Vice-President, E. R.
Alderman, Marietta JttyUtv; Sec
retarv, H. C. DrfaiU, Lancaster
Senator Putnam, of the Chilli
cothe Advertiser, offered the follow
ing resolution, which was adopter
after slight discussion :
"Jletolved, That the publishers.
belonging to this Association, wil
not rebate the price of postage from
the cost of subscriptions for their
A resolution was adopted asking
Congress to so modify .the Posta!
Law as to discriminate between pa
pcrs circulating in and out of the
counties, and within and beyond
the Siate ; and that alt papers c
ried by express, or means other
than the United States Mails, be
subjected to postage.
The Convention adjourned until
9 A. m. to-morrow.
In the evening the editors at
tended a banquet at the Pickaway
House. The City Council and many
prominent citizens and fair ladies
and lasses were in attendance. Mu
sic, a delicious repast and speaking,
made the evening very pleasant
General Brown, of Athens, presi
ded. S. F. Whetmore responded to
the toast of "Our Hosts;" lion
John II. Putnam to "The Press;''
W. S. Furay to "The Ladles;" C.C.
Neibling to "The Mathematical Ed
itor;" Allen O. Meyers to "The Re-
porter;" General Joe Gelgor to
"The Bar;" L. Curtis to "The Scl
oto Valley." Tho very pleasant
gathering broke up at midnight.
On the 13th, the Convention met
at 9 o'clock in the Council Chain-
tar, and selected Chillicothe as the
ilace for assembling the next Con
vention, on June 14th and 15th.
Votes of thanks to the City Coun
II and the good people of Circle
ville, were adopted, after which the
Convention adjourned. , ,
The editors then proceeded by
urriages to the Pickaway plains,
and visited Logan's Elm. seven
miles south of tli! city. Tluve
Colonel W. M. Anderson, brother
of the late Major-General, made a
speech, pointing out and explaining
the points of historiu interest
where the old Indian village stood,
where Lord Dunmore and General
Lewis' aimies met in the campaign
of 1774, etc. After being kindly
entertaiued at the Bogg's Mansion,
situate a short distance from the
illustrious and ancient Elm, the
party returned to the city.
Special thanks are due the pro
prietors of the Pickaway House,
and the American House for their
unrivalled kindness and silmptuous
entertainment We pronounce Cir
cleville one of the neatest, cleanest,
prettiest towns iu Ohio. Every
where taste and thrift seemed to
smile into our faces, and all appear
ed to be glad and happy indeed ou
the account of their distinguished
Editorial guests. The country sur
rounding the town, presents a most
beautiful scenery indeed, surpassing
almost any other section of the
State. The large tracts of valuable
laud offered for sale in this region
should ' command careful -attention
everywhere.- We- shall fondly
remember our visit to Circleville.
. In our next paper we shall pub
lish official proceedings of the Con
The 4th of July will soou be here.
Who can orate on that once cherish
ed anniversary, and feel proud.
Look to the east, and the heavens
are black with corruption ; look to
the south, and tho wail of a crushed
and almost ruined populace, sickens
the heart Where shall the orator
fly for something ringing with glo
ry with which to cheer and make
merry the hearts of his audience
on the forthcoming national memo
rial day? Answer, ye who may.
The musty records of the past alone
can afford the clue of eloquenc and
fiery oratory. We need not, we
cannot get eloquent on the present;
our only inspiration comes from
the long gone past, A nation in
the dust, unruled in wisdom, un
loved by men in power, we can no
more fittingly speak of glory, than
the routed and defeated army can
boast of victory. If ever this Re
public fills its once proud place
again, she must Jlnt purge herself
and throw off the corrupters of her
name, fame and glorr; and may
she do so ere the opportunity is
Mb. Hulick, the traveling agent
for Baldwin it Co., of Cincinnati,
gave us a call the other day and
treated us with a few of his charm
ing songs, accompanied by our
Grand Estey Cottaoe Gem Okoan.
He informs us that he hud sold sev
eral instruments recently. "Music
hath charms to soothe the savage,"
and it would be a fine thing if
everybody had a soothing instru
ment in their homes, and now is the
time to procure one either at this
office or of Mr. Humck. AVe are
very accommodating fellows "come
and see if we ain't"
Wm. Thicket, a freight conduc
tor on tho Marietta &, Ciucinn&t:
Railroad, and a resident of Chilli
cothe, O., was seriously injured at
Vinton Station, on Tuesday mom
ing of last week. He had stopped
his train and taking a red light,
went down the track a short
distance to signal a train nearly
due. He laid the lantern on the
ground, and set down to rest him
self. He fell asleep, and did not
awaken until the train came along
and struck him. He Is a young
man, married, having three or four
children, we learn,
Tar Strongest, Purest and Best
in the Would. Ask your Druggist
and Grocer for the famous RUSSIA
MUSTARD. No other mustard in
tho world combines the flavor of the
horseradish with that of mustard.
If you cannot buy it here, by en
closing 50 cents to W. Hermann T.
Fkueaufp, the solo agent for Amer
ico, at Columbia, Pa., you will re
ceive a specimen can, postpaid,
Wholesale and retail dealers, please
send for latest price lists and post
era. One million pounds sold annu
"There is no . place like home."
Those words are very true. We
are sure there is no place so much
like home as thc-Warren House, at
Athens, the finest hotel in Southern
Ohio, i We stopped there for n short
time last Friday night, on our re
turn from the Editorial Convention,
at Circleville, and found the house
more conveniently, arranged than
one year ago when it was being
finished. The landlord and clerks
are very kind and know how to
make one feel at home. Let the
readers of this paper" stop nt the
,, Dr. Bowers desires to cull atten
tion to his speciality, that of treat-
ng and preserving , the natural
teeth, Attention to this right away.
Give him a call.
The Cincinnati Industrial Exposition.
We have received two beautiful
volumes relating to the Cincinnati
Industrial Exposition one being
the Report of the Board of Commis
sioners of the Third Industrial Ex
position of 1872, and the other is
the Rules and Premium List for
The first volume is a record of a
splendid success. The totaratten-
denco last year was 6.12,523, there
being twelve days upon which tho
attendance exceeded 20,000,
From tho volume containing the"
Rules, Premium List, etc., promise
a greater effort with certainty of
success. 1 hero is not any doubt
but the exposition will be the great
est achievement of tho series. - The
buildings are complete, and the $50.
000 expended last year, paid for the
Art Hall, and completed the Jnclis
pensible. The early issue o'f thi
volume of the rules and the uremi
urns offered, as well as thoa rules
and the list in themselves, 'testify
the energy, the intelligence, an
the earnestness' of the ,, managers.
There will be Expositions in' jnsny
of the neighboring cities, but they
will be frauds; and the gentlemen
in charge of tho Cincinnati Expos!
tion never learned as mmiv valua
ble lessons as Ifwt year.' " '"
trom this, it appears that the
Exposition will open to the public
on Wednesday, September 3d, and
will continue until Saturday, Octo
ber 4th, 1873.
The officers of the Board of Com
missioners are as follows :
President W. A. Blrmver.
First Vice-President D. B. Pier
Socond Vice-President L.
Treasurer Thomas Gilpin.
Secretary W. V. Taylor.
Assistant Secretary John
Heich. , '
People who think besj nottond
vertise, fall into the error of the
man who thought he could do 'bus
iness without advertising, but. he
has been compelled to give in. His
first advertisement was headed
The best government "the world
ever saw," will lay around Long
Branch drunk, this summer.
The roads are dusty.
WE WILL GIVE AS A
TO ASY l'JCKSOX bE.VUINti 1'3
Five New Subscribers
FOR ONE YEAR AT $1 50 EACH
A COPY OP THE
"Mnste pf lie MM States'
Or au cttia copy of THE MoAHTHCR EN
OJ7IKER, lor one year. ' -
THE GREAT INDUSTRIES
is a valuable volumn of
1.304 Pages, with 500 Illustra
Well bound, and contalna a largo amount of
iiiiurrauuoii, concerning an me great indus
tries ui our couutry. bcua die names.
J". "W- EOWE1T,
l'ub. Enquirer, Mc Arthur, Oj
Thk Hkbt Rook in tbi Market Bust
TKRM 8 KVKH OFFKRED ATTENTION AOKNTH
BEND FOR CJHOHLAKfl OF OUB NEW WORE
lNU.KaOLL'li LIFE AND TIMES 0
The Most TopuUr Biography extant The
Mont Graphic Political
raiihio Pol Ileal Ilistorv CaiKlnr.
Fullness, Truth, Impartiality A Book for
l History i
the People A Hook for the Laboring Man
A Book for Mtatosmen, (Scholars Think-
em A Book for every Ainericnu family.
No blosrrauulcal work of inch lntr.t t
uiv wnoiu peopie ua( ueiore appeared In A
merlcan literature. It ia a full, complete, honk
eit account of the life of the most iaoorloui
anil Infliientinl of ouroouutry' reformer!, the
ninv juuruuiisi 01 age, ana me nulett man
who ever lived. There are alio fijin,i,.,i i.
ucei 01 very many 01
If r. Graaley'a Cotcmvorarlae
nuouiur in juurnaiiHin or general polltlei, afl
that the whole la a rather full. Imt. unit lti,
fnl representation of American politics for a
period of forty year,
Hera you will learn of tho vine and fall of
iirviei ui win vrniiiiMi aim ucieaiof policies:
of the Uvea and character! of
Many Eminent Men.
Tlila work la. In linrt llm armi
ico-mtiriciii work or the tiiuui, It la the
great literary miwewi of Uie tiniei. Kvory lu
Utlllgnnt mnn and woman will have It, Order
are already roinlna- In In am-h a uu .
i tt. . : : . inu.iHuii
how they will anon begin to ponr.
M;huiilnlly It la the lianilMimeat luiuk ptib-
i.nimi, Winn pniiuiriT inn ievaiitiy iiina-
U-lliJ'h lu thai imiaf hUaul...,..l....
or any.vBfc pnbliM.w.-nmk.Dkf a vohimn of
vr 00 royul octavo piUTe.
lo whom the bit terms are offered, Aa-ents
are meeting with uuparalieled suitress. 1 nt
great popularity of the hook liimires to ha.
glunera kiii'ckhh. To secure Immediate ter
ritory send f ,iifi for the hnndiiiiiit IWueo
lus agent ever had, or f4,H) for sample copy,
library stylo, and Prospectus either of wli cl
Will hesi-nt propald. Addrena. '""
UNION rilUUHrrtNO CO..
MIR Wnlm.li a , i i
1T West Fourth street, tinclnnallM.: 52
lork Uty, whichever may lis nearest to
;uurpiiH'ri reinencf. Itt-eaw
commissions allowed fur eUliii.
. lONUVlEH, toldwater, aficlT.
'HE McARTHUR ENQUIRER
Newspapor. itook and Job
Second Story Bowen's Building, Main Streel
THE MeARTHUR ENQUIRER
Has Just been cu'arged train a 7-colmuu to au
8-column paper, aud clothed In new type
throueiiout. Hi columns will bt devoted to
General News of the Day
Giving s synopsis of events as they occur.
The Interests ofonrtown anil county will re
ceive particular attention. It will, as here,
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
AND FEARLESS IN TUE EXPRESSION
OF SENTIMENTS in regard to we rights of
the people of this country, ever oppose.; to the
"The Christian Witness"
The Organ of the Christian Union General
Council of the United Slates, Is also pnhlished
iiviii uie nnuie oiuue.
naving purcliAiieil new type ami material
Wo 01 e prepared to do ull kinds of
General Job Printing
Is the neatest aud uigheat style of the ai t, and
At Reaaouable Rate!
too cam aari
BILL II K AUS,
HHIPPINO 1AOS "
1 flniPMNO CAKD3,
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Executed on Short Notice!
Driu on Your Work
, J.,W BOWEN, i,;,
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THIRST. -
D. H. BALDWIN,
158 West Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DECKER BROTHERS'. CELEBRATED PIANOS, -
Incompatible in Workmanship, Matchless in Tone.
The Favorite Valley Gem Pianos. ;
The only popular medium-priced Piano;
AND OTHER STANDARD PIANOS.
THE UNRIVALLED ESTEY ORGANS,
For Parlor, Church or library.
THEY POSSESS POWER, SWEETNESS AND VARIETY,
AND ARE UNEQUALLED FOR DURABILITY. .
Of all styles and prices. Second-Hand Instruments taketa'in
EST" Low Prices for Cash.
rent will pay for them. Send
J. S. HULICK io our traveling
House Furnishing Goods!
3 s't. r
Bo sure to call on me before you
a specialty of STOVES AND TINWARE, and all kinds of HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. I offer good bargains in ,;
and all kinds of General IIahdwaue, as I wish to sell out my entire
stock of this class of Goods, and put my capital into the STOVE AND
TIN TRADE. Come late, come early, come any time, and 3 0U will find
me at the Store", ready to give you a bargain. I will positively sail Low
for Cash ou Country Produce.
iSsT-Bring your old Stove and trade it for a NEW ONE. While at
tho Post-Olllce step in and see what I have. Shall be glad to see every
body. ' J. S. IIUHN,
Agent for the Champion Mower and Reaper.
June lllh tf.
T. A. MHLLOR,
Is still at Mild. UOLA.N'ti OLD STAND, ou Seuou.t litieet, "uli'tli, a, with ft tuir
anil well neleUoJ
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
TOGlTilKB WITH A t'HOlL'K Ufl!
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS', m m imK
The stuck Is nt present lnrgii and bettor
'KK uuLiTndUa- U "lt l,,"u l l'' H"".
r.'l niton fludlng tl' ,,,.,, ,, eweHt th(uK out.
or KVKUV IMAWTg
Clothing for Menaiid Boys
Cut In the vory atyles aud made tip of good material, will be sold at a very small
advance above coot. , ( ,
Hois aii Milliner! Ms
The display includes ovury novelty In sbaile and stylo, which were carefully Mloeted by
airs. alKLLon for this trade.
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS! ASK THEIR PRICES!
In nfTVrlnx this stock of Goods to tlio publle I moan BCSI NKS8 and shall conform to tl
nocemiitlca of the times make small profit the motto, and try to give every purchaser, wlieth
he brings , -1
the worth ol his or her money. Como and see,
vnriuiy, uv iriu mwuat prices going. .
fit?? Country produce always taken In ax ohniige for goods and the lilvhes prices al
,0&i-tf. ..... ,.i .J.A.Mi5LL0R,.1
well and thoroughly made,
Easy payments, or rented so, the
for circulars. ; '
Agent for Vinton county. Ad
D. XX. BALDWIN".
J. S. HUHN'S STORE,
In the Dodge Building.
Two Boors East of the Post-Offlce.
purchaso elsewhere. I am making
stock of litau new
AT CStiiUALLY LOW PRK'KH.
and gut good goods seluotol from a large
isatlSbv mma iatcaiwji
Sweet Potato Plants
Early Tomato and Oabbsgs Plant, . i
Ciiltlvntod and for sale by
A. L. WOOD, Webster, Iron Furnaoe I
Bcluto County, Ohio.
Furnisiiko Until Julv 1t, 1873.
Having inrrcnaed mv fncllltloa for the urn.
pAKliu of Velliiw and Itwl Nanseniond
nwnet 1'utnUi I'laulH, 1 will Airhinh won
hrifty plants nt I ho Inllowllig prices, of either
JUKI for II M. txm net 1IKM. ttn.fMI her Umu.
tTi,lU per 1IMI0. Tmimto Vlaiila, itro. per ilos.,
II, (J per IllU, Cnbbago Hants, l,00 per 100,
kwiperliiuo. . , . V
In orderiiiK finiti tne ynii irtav ruly on re
ceiving UOOII TMHIKTV n.iNTli, pul Ul In
lump Hums an as 10 rerrv isaw miles tl ueces
ary, nnil arrive in good rimilillon, Any re
HpoiiHlble punon Is authorized loactai aKuiil.
orderiuir give idnlnUiimtlon for shipment,
also PoMtoilli'u aililieos in full. Larre nnimmta
should be regiMil. Address all ordure io
a. i.. n oon, iron furnace r. .,
Iv-lm-e , .. ,ficiotoeouuty, Ohio.
A NEW NAME I
The tlllase at 7alekl floniuai.v'a
Mines, In Drown 'J'uwushlp, will trw
alter litis date lie known as
' " n. tllOMI'SOV,
MANAGER ZAMAKI CO.
0110 oi tlio beatr managed
Iusurance Companies iu Ohio.
Uftteo no' low as ' any No.' I.
respousille , company. .( ..vt
ii.LosBes promptfy adjusted
without litigation.' 'i ., ' ' '' V
II. C. JONES, Agent.
The Cincinnati Industrial Exposition. PUBLIC NOTICE.
WiiltkiAS, my wife. Margaret llaneswortb.
has lelt my bl and board wltliou Just cause
ur provocation, I bwsliy forewarn all persons
against herhorlogec trusting hfr on y
eoimt. as I will tiy o dbts id liar eoatraet'
a?t.r thl. tawj. ao BAHKBW0BTU.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
MeArthnr, Vlntoa eetinty, Ohio, nntil three
o'clork, r. u., on
MONDAY. JUNE S3d, 1873,
i.i.int i forth blilldlng of ' '
Two Open Box Bridge,
with stone abutments, nt the following places,
One Across Cassill Run,
In Knox township, near tlio rcKiiU'iice of Wil
liam Stauloy ; and , . ,
One Across Flat, Run,
near the resilience of Levi Itohinett. Con
tractors to furnish all the uititeriiilH.
Plans and Specifications -
are ou file for Inspection at tho Auditor's Uf
Uce. All bidden for contract or contracts
are required to tile with his bid or bids a bond
in double the amount of such bid or bids, with
good aud respousible surety or sureties, to tho
acceptance of tho Commissioners, for the
faithful completion of such work.
The Commissioners, however, reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
II y order of the Commissioners.
W. W. BKLFOBD,
Auditor Vlntoa County.
May SS, 1818. w
will be roeeired at tue A minors urace, in
DMINISTEA TOR'S S ALL'
J. OF REAL ESTATE.
iu pursuance of the order of tlio Probate
Court of Vinton County, Ohio, I will offtr tor
Halo, at public auction, on the6tn durof July.
A.'l)., Wil. at one o'clock, u. u., upon the
premises the following described real estute.
situated in Vinton county. Ohio, to-wit:
Ko. ten (10) ot stance No. nineteen (19) of
Township No. nine (). Excepting 66-100 Of
an acre out of the South West corner thereof
4aid tract containing MO acres, wore or less.
ino suum-easi uuarier is. jv. i oi ecction
ADursisad at m 1T.GO.
third In one year, and one-iiviri
from dav of sole, that iafam
innus ox saie vae-iuiro casi
la hand, one-
in swe years,
I paj aaetiU to
draw interest ami be securred
on nreuilses sold.
Administrator or the Estate of II. C. Mooie,
J. M. McClLLlTKlT, Att'y.: -.Tune
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
XoTlog Is hereby given tlint John R.
Gregory, as guardian of Ellin Jane Gregory,
minor, has filed herein his account with his
aid ward for final settlement, and that the
hearing thereof is set for the i8lh day of June.
A. 1). lcTTS, at 11 o'clock a. u. ' .
June,18W-4t. Probate Judge.
Solomon Shipley, plalutlff,
David B.Shlvul, Defendant.
Itefoie John T. Illack, J. I', of Matlison
Township, Vinton countv, Ohio.
On the 10th of April, 18J3, said Justice Issued
an order of Attachment iu the above action
Said action is set for hearing on the S8tb of
wiiue, loio, at IVU'UIUUK, a. 111..
Vbkrias, my wife, Iletty Allman, lias loft
my bed and board without Just cause or pro
vocation, I horeby forewarn nil persons not
to harbor or trust hor upon mv account, at I
shall pay no debts of her contracting.
xi... u . JACOB ALLMAN.
May U, 1873. 8w
Mary Iedonj, Nancy Blike. Eliza Edging.
Urn, Itta Dodd, Ellhu BoIki mid l'WV
Bolw, who are non-residents of the State of
Ohio, ami tiolrs at lw of Baruh Bobo, de
ceased: Will tklfx nntli-jt lr.,v.. n....i.i. ....
miuistratorof the eat&ta oi'Murah li,,i .La
on the 18th day of May, A. I. 1WH, II led his'
ui-iiuuu iu uie rrouste court, within and for.
the County ol Viutun and Slute of Ohio, al-
int the personal eutntc of Kuid de
insunlcent taimv ii.i.ii.i.iu i.u.
churges ol'adiuiuisteriug liereatiitu: That she
died seized in fee simple of tbo following ilc
ienbed real estate, situate iu Mild County ot
Vinton and State of Ohio, to wit : The south
west uuartcr of the unrthimiit. nnua ...;
the west halt of tlie soutlioast of tho
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eleven (11,; of range number seventeen (IX,;
toiitaiiilng iu all fifty seven acres, more os
less: l'Le prayer of safj petition is lor - -alor
said premises, tor the payment ui Z dstU
and charite aforesaid. , . t-
.. !io'!.?'!Altion WjK.ft MrW the scth
as leuvuvan beobtaluod,
"'.'uu' M tu to , thereafter
AilminiursioF r niIviiyo,.
illUV 14. ICil-mtW ' ' ' ' '
To Douglas Putnam and Joseph
You are herebr notified, that at the Jdue
Session, lb78, nttMCwwmissiouersof Vlntoa
county .Ohio, Kuban B. cOeswgie and otheie
died petition for eontty. road along the fol
lowing described route, in Knox township,
Vlntoa county, tu-wlti
Comineuriug where Jasper Hobo's east line
crone tbe Hobo road, and thenco south With
said line to the foot of the hill; thence the
nearest and best way across tbe land of Jas
per Hobo aud lauds of Pntiinm, to a slake at
ib corner ot tbe orchard Held of It. B. Mo-,
ttanagle'e lands; thenre across said lands
near the stable to a stake At tho lower corner
ot tbe bill field) thenee tbe nosiest and best
way across land known as tlio Dana land, to
Intersect the road formerly lnid out from Coe's
Mill to the Lentner Urldgeat tbe end of Hi
ram Wilson's laae, and thero to end.
That viewers and a surveyor of aaid road .
were appointed by said Cmnmissioners; anil
that said viewers and surveyor will meet at
the point where said Koad commences, oa
Monday, the 80th day ol Juno, A. D. 1878, at
10 o'clock a. H- to enter upon the discharge of
their duties. UUBtN 11. MoUOHAULE,
Junet, IBlMw. ,i i Principal Petitioner.
www. rauioviBadN RiwKDY:
aretem, arrsau the disabargsa, sad tn
parts vigor end easrgy, life and v'taUtr! tk
enUre ausn, TtoyUvVeursS tho1.nd.if ZOZ
u MOMKOPAtHIO MBDICIMI
i sawMwii, r, s. psua ipr euiar.
..I'i'; n TO ..i ' r
Just VvbiUhed in a Sealed Jinvel-
ope. Price Six Cent.
K Iscture oo the Nature. Tranliiuvut uJ
Radical care of Spenaatorruona or olusi
Weakness, Involuntary Imisslous. .Seaual
wiiiuiy, ami impeiumeau to uiariiiiye guu
ei ally i Nervonnsi. Coasumidiuii, Kpllepsy
asa r nmj menial ana rnysiuat I
suiting hwn terf-abuse. eto l
CtLVEKVYELL. M. 1. auUior of the '
pm, so, .
The world-renownad author, bt Llili i,Hnlra- r
ble lecture, clearly proves from his own ex- ,
perinnee that the awful consequences of aelfr
abuse may be ait actually removed without
medicines, and without dangerous surgical ,
operations, bougie, insorummiii, rings or cor
dials, pointing out a mode of euro at ones cur
talu aad effectual, by which every nuH'orcr,
no matte what hi eoadltloa may - be, msy '
cure himself cheaply, privately aad ladlcalW
This leoture will tiiuv. boou to UteuaaMls
and thonnandi. ' ., . , i . . .
. tieat, under seal, to Any s.ldisM, In t plain,
sealed envelope, a the teeelpt t six osnu. er '
two postege stamp. , Also, Ur. CalTerweU'e .
Marriage Unide," rioe M rent.. Address '
Hi publUnrj. . '
tm Dower r. Mevr Tuts, F. Box ,Mf.
elfily - '
ticn tri 'M :t
slssUsw, 1M eg uus, epeavssl
ieewkaw, laea of power, sllnw Isetul.
pstteaMe, mm slrllltr, find mtIT.
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