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MoAHl'HL'Jlr-OlIIO, AUGUST 18, (971.
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CIITOIlTIsrjLTI. OHI
uruiu,v,.,
Is-au authorised Agendo reelevo. -advertsor
nieul for, this nancr. . He hH
uilurni ind
riingcinontsiwitli religious, agrlcu,!
-unuccillDTai'itliur. " ,-.ft, j ('; l I l.'l'
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-r-ln " M0AltTHUK,OHIO.-ftUn( ' "'
Advertisers who may wliU ta reach
People of Vinton and adjoining eenntle,
Wu, find no better inedlnm than tre Mo-
Artbu EUnulrer. :r.;u
.4 t ;,.:! .i '4. .1
lI'IW ,--)
-I
, ,,1 Did'; are Binding
thA'eVehitfg.4' :,'' i .-; .-i
in
i
;"'? JaKk, ivrjVe fcdrne to'tho conclii
sioiv that that -horn la a' nice thing,
but (.makes1 'too rach' oise (tyeiimi
() Vridav nlffht lasti-a liopac'
i was
I ... .,! . 1 .. " I , 1 ., .'. ,..... '
Btolen ftonns H. II. Hannon, of Swau
"u:5i.Criiilt Gi-:iillia itcoiinfcyi.u' Soe'iclVw-i
IrJiiiaiii jubui tlu paper UewSfed ''$100
t. i .. . . A'.U rl
Hi' ) u-. -
.t 4 ma ..uemocrais ana iiiucnua oi
iGaUia.-,iCounty, ni will ..nominate a
' conntj-'Mot on tlie.22d inst !.','
out 'tlits wec iTt1 will appear' In'
.'tlio'nsWppr:';
i r.
l!ower, -Dijntlat, MoArthui','' 0
: At the,' List exaini nation bf teach -
era thu folloivLug n.auicd persons f'e':
''ceivelr'tlerbrfea ! '"'
vi ForTeighteentinojithB oCj-
IlunfioiU' tol' twelVe: mbutus, James
' Hijrhe9; Aunlo McKiunis andQ. LiJ
. V IIITOI ilfir R1Y. InnilT.ll S. .1(11111 11(111-
hines. Rebecca McLauarhlin. Siillle
R:lJaVdnyJ4cplP'Q.v.IcGIUWrft7,
Ella.: Watkln'si.I'iVitha. . Martiridill
;:'".':::;.' ica
L. O. PERDUE, Cl'k B'd Ex'rs.
' ; The best 'paper for the ladies hnd
especially- for i tu&mifliners . iuid
dressmakers is- Frank Leslie's La
dy's JournaV"11 Tu'Ncy 'York
City, 298 Broadway. Largg-paper,
devoted t& fashion und Ich6ice i lit
' eratnW.-nil;Terhl!W)ne' copy bie,
vnoi. I J.- Liv mnnflia X1?. t.hron
fnOntll s: 1 ''live ropltB' to -One ad-
dresUtojiAa up
toriat tbi4 weekV'tfn'd'it will bo nO
'.'ticeihatouVai
; his' pai't t' :.pciifectUdih;. ItJ.U; 6t
Qftcn; that.touotry; pers'fcan af
.ford,' ;)ccon)e;;,'pStt6riaizcd,' jbut
now th'nt we "got: our hand in," we
.f i mt. - J !. I ' .
' think some'of ' following in' itho
footstoi: :of-'. " Thei Graphic.; r
: Thena nothing'like competition.
rtlni, 0
lr. N.J, Vowvrs, lJinlisti- SloAr
- -
i . We learil ihat - l-Jt?Nur
of l,k.W.VllwPiJlXiJg two miles
ttliocZlttk(,.-'a -bitten 'ton the
reVlv26Tfr)rWaftirfke? day
worn ni- fiiie iitr-
ntedUe boU
,B0iv?rau8UMa;nnijt liy cutting bulN
' tho'WftcHi'p.Yrt'rfith' 'a pobkTet kiife
whlcufb;j)ii j';.h!if ,jt the
.:l t Njl. -"i;iI-"1j'U -
.... I t f hi -J. if u i.l.
vestilUUSWlre
i.i-h'..I T-.i I ...-- . ! i ii it
Mr. N..J. .Kuwr. Dflutl.it, iMoArthlir,
i.. .-' ) -il i
'.-I.'iTuis (rtnro.'S'cbool-'-Ksamipors
i for tlid'iaui'pitiitleiVt Dletnct f ,Za
Vv4e'lkl,iVi.Viioiiu' i'nlqct!
at Uio' Isch'ocd lUousevin.Zateskii bij
'LteacJieis .a'rji.
wanted,, ouel' for : he
b'nd1 foii tlio, ifnVennflt
Triniiu'y, auitV
ditcT?c1io6nf nmrnatioiJ j :tO
A. u.
ROBERT THOMPSON, Chr'n.
DR. THOMAS HASTINGS,
T. D. BOOK, Clerk
Board
Board of
Ex'rs.
.i '..iil"KI 1 1 1
ir, one of
par
vllle, K'. -the residence of his
mothebOMf tnr or Iy6
m M 1.11-jU iilM 1 ml I
14 .fj'i.W.y,ST??lR tt9wB
giii 'l 858,-in-1 this toWn, for A.
Bbamos iabS-jAtiiJXANDEU Pkai ick,
eac r of('.wh'om owned thdMoAntiuj)
htmoercii hi tUsfl i yAri rri yba
at'the'-ubmeof ' hi;.ifatlioi Ji air
IIord j mfc " tliU " to wu.,' ba vl n' b sen
ibaont fociISyfyears. .He was ac
ooinpanled b v b&Vrottior. -AsioijEW
D. :Lobb,; ' lio1 'i'b'ftd bo'eii'-. absent 8
:!tjfi reside lu'AValn-e
Ariiint Iowa. .bbfili tbd owhos of
flne fariltts ifl'' ia:t 'county.'" 'they
WW e.ma!ijU';.bjil;h6'rj6 i net
,'i'IIisi ANiB,MAf.9fe'fieaql of
rfJI.J fQUtlll V f .t'illf . i
jnor9i,ng.1,3II,.vill-be;h.b8cnt fti)flj
(Urfe'q WiQk8:.U3'i.llenl;a letter
IT moil At.T7 BfSASLl
1 I'lpl'oyeV'ot ll. -Wicfc do
parted on Friday morning for Mays.-
eaolj weekBs PiibllcatiQrt, in.whlch'
.MMl'glo-N
"nvH!Sit',fSrtKh iSnTitrv 'throiifffi he
jllilW...' V " '
.i',,.,,! ":i'ji.'i j-.
last evening.fioni J...U. . IIPffmun,
tib .fl'fJT-Of i'MABSit-IIiiffJiJan!
j'tawjwLbxlJi
-ton; Ohio: ."' .' xa
,-'7V.
y. - ..... f in r'""'-,('Y ? t.
Last Satmllriy' evo'iinR'vvd visit-
ed tllFTrottSnS; CbTirsirnrZAleskr
On everfaVoraTifo hliturduy even-
that toWnftttd 'vlo.nltjv 'hAvf the
pleasure of witnessing the trotting
ami pacing' : Vpo'u ihe nTrJng
Courstlie 4Ut hasb: bull ground,)
a short distance east of the Rail-
UPM riyfr" lnf VV lnS PI Y li
ting course has been leased Jy
Samukl Swetstonk, T. E. Kanauss',
Kar'.CA'fflvs and Joiu!JIbii6iN3,
who havr? Ueefr to-1 considerable i x
pense in putting the ground in a
Btritablo 'cemdition for trotting and
: .1 .1 ( : i:i i.-.,' .,. , , .
J)acing.'; The track.. is about one
half mile -in length!' The gentlemon
above named liavo excellehtMiorses,-
and all were outiu'pon tlio trao"k last
Saturday. ovejolui large, ,crowd
p-as attendance upon Uo course,
mciuuingV number 6f ladles.1 Tlje
oocasloil wad'enlive'nedwith music,
by .i' pbrtioHvpf'Uo '.Zaleski Brass
Btth IscyclaVo'f.ilifl'membcra ' bo-
ljug 'absent','.. Taking jnto consider-
K'tioh the father unfavorable condi
nop of the. track, a heavy rain hav-
'ilng -fallert theniglUlprevloU;' the
,rptting!;('atj4 jpaeingf, wtif excellent,
diighpleasedtli'inany who
were present.1'" JIrt Kanauss was on
the1 track with his two horses and
pavi'ingejiMr, Swkstonb with horse
auct ' suittyj JMr. ' Mathews with
horso' and - snlky ) Wm.': Baughman
with horse . and .--carriage ;'j J prtu
HoGomsi-j', T. BitAckl' '2ackVsiii
lev and otiioi s on ubrsebacfc'.' ;!
Thq Trotting Course is iuider the
exclusive control of1 the lessees, and
under no '.circumsta'n.c, will raOing
bo permitted.''1 'Everybody 'inyited
to; coin au(J ,' w'itiicas ",tho; ' trottijig
e'verV'.favQ,i'a'bM.;: Sntiii;day;,".''' i(fitev
noon.
Il 10 ') 71.' 1 I T t ,'f !:
'i Hi r .- i. 'I !i.
Van Amburgh & Co's Great Golden
Menagerie.
',v By rcfereuce tt the'very .attractr
lve advei'tikemoiit,. .frhlch .', is so
prominent' iii6ir ' columns this
week, it will l)e seen- thatr the-lur
fest ..anXhiost.'-coipprehifnsive zoo-
oloo-ica't "c .bllectioK' Pf ' Van Am
burgh fe; Go.,-will- visit JIcArthur,
on.::Monday,. -August l?th. , I his
mammoth' exhibition: has been- be
fore the country" foi nearly , hialf a
cehturj:; J wiiining! goldeti' opinions
from I' all sorts of per'sonsi and is
ji'fl w ; by . rccfcnt large, additions of
many specimens; which have never
before been, exhibited in' "America,
the largest,' the most novel and in
teresting collection ,eyer ..organized
by-pYivate enterpriser .'-. .
Its merits ore so well known, as
to need lio particular commenda
tloii.'i'pjiy us bvifc . wy;. append the
following from an exchange:.: . -.' i
' ; "Every ; iabi.nitt.l ;.. advertised .! was
here and what is -more, was in
good, condition ,wui!e:thc.ftttiiig up
of the navilion. the attention naid
to the "visitors, the' nerfbrma'uee 'if
the' 'ti'aine'd ,'a.lrhhls, tlio comicali
ties of-the mules, dOgsf' goats mid
attthT!'TTsntertainmentstlmtcgo to
mako- an- -i jijeiiestiyg .and pleasing
programme, 'were' 'ill that has been
claimed for therri,-and more'. "'
U'Ev4ry.ChIu::giw'iJw full lflsfac
tion, and we believe if a vote -wild be
taken, every person present at the
exhibition of the Great Goldeh
Mlna-ifciifeiK. rkMM'V vote of
thanks to its proprietors for glyi.pg
tho -tyisbr inostri entMaiM h gt and
iflst'rnbtivW pxhibitk)B-1'evfl'i ii tills
city.
"The palrbrihge extended to the
Great Golden Menagerie or thiri
gfciit fot iiaturaVhWtory,;
it should bo called was immense,
and it deserved all it received. jWe
cordially recommend it to the press
and public as the only exclusive
Menagerie, and tho best exhibition,
ia 'allirespoctsi wJiiuh even . traveled
through ijtltc.flirt'. It.' presents
a strikins contrast to- tlid half and
half. sho7'S-'eitl)ei;,''.Lgo()d,:: circus
nor aood m en ace ries-which areio
ofteu inflicted on the public.". : "
" We hope to' see, yery man, wo-i
man arid child of Vinton county '.'hi
town hext' ::jlonday',f(irUhb 'special
purpose 'of seeing every animal rep"
resentediin tlie! advertisement, and
fp'ri thi'be.f .tflful.'.Wlls ppsljed ; up la
alrnoptj eyery part ofi the county.
ever, win you awoh ,ov.ti; uppwr-
tn nity 1 th an ,( th id.;-, :. Oome,
everyJbodyl- u. j ni t,. ; v.-.i.' .,. -.,
Bloody Affray.
'
On Tuesday evening, an affray
occurred nt the house of a map
named IIknhy IIokfines, near cor-
nerMagiJiQTij'Jjnjltory stroeta.
IIoFFiiiNics, it appears, keeps '
house of ill-repute, and on itlie
evening mentioned a party of rail-,
witdaljcjrnd CcreT irtTrritted,
when a (fisputo occurrecl betwoon
the landlord and.thei callers, eilft
ed In one of them striking IIoff
'jinf r.s ;Wtht f .brlcky rajnrng ' bis
skull, and causing Very dangerous
Injury. Ho 8. In a bad condition.
No arrests, there being some dofubt
afr-to. wh -did.the 'Strikinaand the
men maKing uieniscivca suarce ijii
mediately. 1 '
.rt E. vSi---A' yoiingi arjan tnaiie,d
llalt' waaVMV'ypBjoyj nd
is In Jail. ChUliootie Post, Xu
m'ntMj tay: I
IlENny IIoffhines formerly resi
ded at Duudas and McAitliur.j in
this county.
! ii 1 1
boolts, etc., Iwlngihein. thla of
VanAttorisoyAiit Ilfio; and ' e'xchahgto'tal Y6ff aor'i
A
tii WnesdaV wfefek'
the good folks of Chlllicothe crjme
orl rth BxChrMoil ,' -Rl'thlonil lur-
: ru .71 ( .... - . i 1.. ... i .'.! ..'.J. uimi.!.,. ,
riace, !in 'this,' county, twlicro theV
. . ' ' 1.1 iirlim,,' .i . '.in in
picnicod all day? iiThc: locomotivd
attached to the excursion trains was
wholly built in Chlllicothe, and la a
T t .j , -.il i-n J ':.-iii tnltol U A ,. ,
flno machine. -V.'
c-l m m -
If Jyoi'i'"havo?rag8, ol
.ienwojpej9tAjyI:ll
mafii of
Bloody Affray. Tabular Statement
EXIIIlUTING(tho nniber of Horses, Cattle, Mulos, etc., Sheep arid liogs mvnea to .uie Aiuuior oi
' StaVronic'e'-by the several County Auditors, for' the years .1872 and 1873, as requlrbd by Section
1 of 1 16 Act "to nrovitle for tho
lifaal8,'fetoe(oV'Hixatl6AArpaiea March 16, 18C0 ; . 'b
raAE !T8i:
tOUNTIKS.
I I .:
il-.il !!
TT
Atl (wis..
OJ.'
Allen....
Anlilnn(t.'
V.y
.... .. y.r
x-jj
AnhtHbuU.i
Athuim. ,st.,
AllKlllIZO.,;.
Ilelmont. ...
Ilriiwn... .....
UiitUr.,,1
( arnill ..
. i.. ,
i..,'.i-i'.
( httniiaigii.., ...
(la rio t,
('lormont.......
(.'Iliiton.....:..,
CiilnmblanA,,'. .
(Jonhmitoir ', .-f. .
L'rawfoniA'.'li1 :
I)(!llanc
7,
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3:,ifi:
l.v
i;.:;i;v;;;
rxr,r.:::
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! J..i.U.:. .'
DiHinviiro.
nil"..,.') . '... u.'.-ii. I .,
.'.-ii. i .
niiriioia.,... . ii
Fayottu , iw,,.,..
Frunkliu '. .,. ,,i r.
Fulton,..,,, h.ji
GiilliR
(iciiuga. ., ,.
Greene. .! ,".-;t . .'.'.'.
. . . .
i.ll .'. y.-u
.a .iji...-.i-i .
;Js
,i. i.:.-.k-
Guernupy'.',
llnmllton. :
:i''Ml';f7:'.7,'i
;i-.-;-ji-ii.'',
Hancock,
Hardin. ,
l'J
llBrrlBOu........ ,1
Henry
lliKlilaii(U...,.i.
llM,klllK..r,i .... ,
a!. .iv,....li.!.-l-.-.
t, i. .:'
V.
V
llolnidn.
.J.-;
Union,. , .
Jncknon .
.Iciremou.
ICnnx. . . ..
Lake.
l4iwreuve
Licking..
Lokiiii.. ..
Lorn in....
.'...t.uv...;,u.ja.i.v
-.i-5
r.y-r.-f.
til'-
.-;i
ll.-pt-.ilfin-'ii-i
.-f,'t.v-.i-M-.--
vl-
' -,l.lfi-
Lucas, .'.
MndlHon
Mahoning
Marlon
Medina
Mules. .
z,l;v-i'i- 'li1i
llimHi'1.-imKii-.j
f.
'".','..''.'
. if...,
V-.Tilv
Morcor
Miami
Monroe .... ..
Montnoinery
Morgan.. . . . .
Morrow.. :.. .
MiiKkliiKnm .
Noolc
Ottawa......
Pnulding..; .
Perry.
Pickaway... .
Pike..-
Portage.
ITeblo
Pirtnftni
rllchlaml... . .
Koxs. . .-. .
Hanrtnsky.. . .
Scioto.-...
Seneca; ......
Shelby
Stark...-..-.
Summit;. .. .".
TnimlnrH..'. :
Tiisttrawa.
Til loir.
Van Wort ..:
Vinton.. ..
Whrrou.. :. :.
Washington.
Wavne :.
Willi iimn;. .".
Wood; . .. ....
Wyandot;.-..
Totnlir . .. . .
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r
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,:.'l;.vi. .'.'...
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I hereby. certify the foregoing to"
as returned to tins office. ; ''
Witness my. nana anq seal omciaiiy. ;u' ; . , . : ; -
- , 1 : i .
i.
. '..o, ;.'. '.
I hereby certify the, foregoing to bo a true copy of the Tabular . Statement : furnished this qfllce by the
Auditor of, State, and required to be published as provided by aa Act of tlie General Assemby of Ohio,
passed March 15, 18fi!V ' '
I'- i : i ,.
August 13, 1873. n31-3w
nub icat on or tne nuniDer oi uorses,
i. . . .
An a
-. , i )'
f
i ?
Nnmbor cl
Horses.
No. of Cattle.
1878.
ft'
1873.
1S73.
187.'
: O.ftSo1
' 7,7411
, 8,2511
9,078
8,084
fl,351
18.891
18,55(
7,854
' 18,404
. 83,428
42,810
10,1177
15,228
24.1)07
19,0116
23,009
43,840
15,808
8,512
8,(B8
6,032
1.1IIO
0,101
. n,87IH
10,0-18
8,(H!
10,K)
4,(M8
0,(105
' 8,1570
' 4,(B4
11,105
8,230
10,504
4,tw
16,00,1
16,622
. 15,1180
in, DUO
B,:4
18,446
12.MI1
8,200
8,504
8,1111
0,308
9,13.7
17J(k4
ia74
' 10,025
13.305
16,028
81.171
18,0181
11,92(
17,501
80,114
",: I
. 8.4H0
i8,am
11.719
18,000
i.'WtTOl
O J1.54H
.1 21,805
8,040
18,720
13,797
H,1H
H7.1TU
1 1-85,8-JO
ii 96,81(1
i- 16,824
f 19,116
-. 5,H24
14,450
!1,HW
' 11,758
I 24,703
" 18,670!
0,4M
' '8,!M
8,458 1
8,BH8
8,210
10,200
8,463
14,706
6,145
8,156
6,0221
10,120
6,075
10,SSB
8,(7
14.011
5, K)
6, -Jlli
11,41
WVI.H-.W
;rr,."i ii':"'
MiH-:yii.ri'":-;
v 85,0:10
19,50:1
. . 88,001
'84,051
17,916
18,880
' 15,712
' 90,140
10,884
. -81.016
' 4,803
10,001!
"'TMH
hv:y:
'v.i'ii'.'
. 17,4811
'.M472
- 17,521
7,800
18,873
"17,18:1
82,282
' 98,96
17,158
18,808
"' 12.4HH
'90,7H8
is,8:a
12,957
95,843
- 14.1(37
' B,(I75
' ,710
B.H14
" 4.320
8,910
6,702
16,078
"11,843
- WfJlrMl.'. - '
r I-i-f.-'j-Ij-.-
-4,508
10,1108
4.HRH
' 8,880
10,328!
4,080
'6,832
20,722
13,203
' 17.187
; 10,901
28,420
'14,075
99,664
, 4,780
'6,185
10.421)
4,0n
' 4,550
r8.670
,IM
" 5,882i
,',' 7,463
' ' R28i
, 7,21
1 8,104
' B.704
6.054
4,b19
14.018
8.80'
9,805
15,122
2,8AK
18.610
" 90.61IO
ll.mu
4,036
12.WH
' 8,808
9.810
14,442
SH.0W1
20,877
87,832
10.125
14.627
27,818
"111,650
" 87,705
10,808
22,010
' 92,073
'' 22.184
6,658
T.841
8,254
7,820
BJ1
6,725
9,473
'6,854
12,003
. 7.087'
20,040
28,805
17,586
80,485
14,058
14,875
18,100
90,209
1 29,165
' " 13,1105
- 16,772
' 17.014'
Vl. M.,.v
ll:il.l
,:-..! r.
i"-"'-"r
. 0,6fl
'6,080
' 13,9T2
'17.267
10,44.5)
' 20,824
8,071
18.601
17,206
1-19,041
80,170
18,276
1 08,958
8,403
18,267
28,422
9,798
81,706
16,150
10,422
20,675
' 8,800;
'8,806
20,404
82.084!
18,002
18,247
, 6,41
'. I,tW
2,810
'8,787
.10,3411
6,023
.-7,B0J'
: ,4W
.8,008
,86
,11,0113
. 8,283
- 5,471.
10,447
7.611
- U.HIO
t8,7tuU'
' . Q ,IUI
, 7,218
'18.718
23,188
9,000
6.m
r-'(!).;
10,207
4,873
',887
8!45rt
85,IK?1
16.057
6,1J
17,0001
... y.i
tin
9.271
22,HM
23,407
18,440
13,070
23,118
18,0211
84,750
27,800
' 42,010
27,238
: 15,0:12
14,825
10,507
15,127
11,W
. 23.IW1
- 19,480
12.818
10,801
. -24,008
14,862
' . 82,4T
' 25,404
. 42,080
25,606
10,049
10,710
10,229
020
31,043
. -83,505
19,681
-23,428
" 17,917
t-:
1,830
14,106
8.240
8,819
,304
8,21I5
6,020;
8,793!
9,500
'13,140
- 8,0011
jo,aw
i P.280
7,972
5,533,
. 8,075
0,477
880,
11,701
7,184
8,1 04
7,140
8511
11,743
7,237
. 8.(W4
83,905
18,005
20,570
15,358
7,538
718,1571
724,602
1,701,023
1,655,381
' : 1 .. . ' . J !....,) .Of.FICE OF THE AujDITOH 0E STATE, 1
' CoLpjiBUS, Ohio, July 28th, 1873, C
bo a.true copy, taken , fi'om . tlao'i reports of the several County Auditors,
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' " i :. .
.. .. McAEf
.. ; . ..- .
, . , , ., ' .
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MiiJU .:) .-UV.O-
1
No-of Mules
hi '.
NO. of Snccri:
If o. of Ilogi
VlSTTiT
7TT
1873.
1872.
! 116
1873.
1873,
1878.
i i i i
' 477
; 600
12,159
82,251
' 64.163
11,248
80,618
64,490
' 80. 194
97,098
' 85,22.1
95,424
'25,330
81.087
"181
91
' 106
99
' lll
. 2
: Hill
103
'182
224
92,438
4,414
18,647
81,033
21,056
85,601
41,859
7,040
83,626
31,748
88,837
60,306
12,123
22,700
80,471
6,358
51,663
16,487
26,0H9
7,1 H5
44,309
09,507
51,710
15,549
13,407
9,508
49,870
11,402
98,437
41,188
96,786
' 8605
' , 80,0110
48,060
19,980
157,100
15,829
' 5,488
124.WI
' 6,0W)
1 I6,5:n
81,197
: '20,102
'89,454
i 42,725
92,244
157,714
' 14,772
a.m
' 207
'885
'880
'. D8Hl
607
53(8
41,850
"' 8,980
91
" 80
180,210
' 50,912
58,761
'I 9.914
' 922
419
847
' 431
: 80,800
' 62,739
' 10,388
90,844
182.0H21
' 83.4K3
1 81,805
' 82,073
mi
' 600
784
' 648
1 99,170
187,038
123,078
78.941
' 184
' 190
'15,812
' 85,686
' 84.010
'180
1 120
' 859
'829
'- 62
'178
65
987'
' 618
197,
120,708
68.830
24,2-iO
16,077
18.867
131
811
90,018
, 7,193
817
17,(I1K)
' 17,784
109,725
' 51,610!
17.255!
99,057!
11.203
71
172
42
242
95,078
83,202
84,022
80,774
82.783
85,802
85,020
1 89,952
48,517
' 74,007
65,477
10,4-10
18,102
8.504
611
891
' '608
B7.D02
'111
' 123
' 80,438
80,554
16,312
' 18,886
84,988
156,402
8,88T7
'' 85,124
"'410
90
"492
'' 175
1,804
188
.488
17,907
17.777
84
'400
"912
1,459
' 152
202
104
125
1,000
. 900
106
' 120
', 606
1 120
" J90
.. 40
'40,507
158,000
' 62,191
14,0:18
84,640
" 48.727
8.:
62,749
87,201
809,979
11,217
15,874
25,003
56,244
84.717
1 9IK1
86.901
' 24,640
" IW1
909,740
13,249
' 17,808
28,593'
ll.otvi
' .18,027
' 147
1 948
1117
"' 120
' 102
' 517
' ' 117
13.630
- 55,828
15,7401
'. 93,489
68,5(3
18.038
50,919
92,581
12,:al
157,260'
' 186,417
,80,M
!' 7,217
944,6121
'-'61,027
'' 6.1,411
' 11,355
' 1rt2,880
'.nooo
'"95,793
61,198
' 1 18.300
21,178
16,802
10,450
8,844
31,627
1,089
14,687
20,059
82,000
9,100
19,818
' tl,66t!
", A423
' 88,160
, 9.248
' 19,788
' 102,783
'184,273
1 W
' 60i
,o-
928,040
r46,(Ht5
J eo.in
' 15,970
.178
' .177
, 83,08.1
',', 84,092
''11,982
I V 9,390
' 47,860!
,'10,289
89,21 3 1
' ',10,629
'' 12.9051
','81382
'"80,290
10.8(7
. am
201
' 105
, 105
; 2iH)
' 219
1 .103
-DO
123
1 9,788
'' 97,406
" 64,0
"B6;045
66,159
17,040
9,207
' 48,889
' 7,568
80,497
' '8.179
H8I
"922
"''112
' 61
"8H1
'472
203
' 202
' 174
"'970
"184
' II81
189
10,828
,81,098
''80.786
18,073
85.918
17,IS
"' 10.783
.. 16,509
10,2H
'',S9.202
' 158
82,528
, 2.'
. 120
' 107
' ' 6,110
"'63.547
"' 6(105
"8t,853
.'17,404
19,095
87,950
90,288
' 14.(148
1 iM;76
189,638i
63,650
'' 18,676
' ', 5,672
' 64,740
' - 91.776
, 14,238
219
189,948
' 22,586
, 15,150
9,635
141
, W.uia
' 20,888
' V 6,848
' '63.771
41)1
' 49
00
95
403
825
' 73
"107
11,74:
1 8,75'
'75
' 9,488
15.012'
"' 69,108!
."' 19,789!
12,076
'. 817
' 91 570
' 8,210
' 41.305
68.641
. 856
' '8,402
' 17369
' 6,586
07,
182
''41,845
7,81K
8,2081
" '7,760
' 50,900!
' 69415
"'15,6W.
j 39,838
" '8,0i6
85,244
92,803
. 45.801
42,802
97,959
' 95,1101
56.501
. 168
'"'980
470
u w
688
"'228
" 111,001
' ' 20,508
",!,&'
'-, '61,508
' 24,250.
' 914
" ' 493
' 147
' '' 69.274
' '15.512'
87,8621
' 7,718
79,942
91,469
: 11,058
i 89,7841
87,745
83,336
1 14,826
" 82,019
95,068
812;
120
312,
I 848i
' 185j
17.901
111
86,124'
95,882
i 84,993
168
210
-147
' 909
919
' 806
1(10
835
! 74,705
27.101
81.029
' '18,956
10,142
B.0H3
19,709
9117
40,877!
" 7,321
929
W
936
815
103,TH3
10K.243
13,816!
80,406
26,106!
78,0871
17,290
' 17.577
" 82,708;
28,8m
' 17,0117
26,877
7,450
88,199
17,1041
8,601
395
971
18,874
' 18,481
' 40,470
17,159'
84,046
24,408
94,208
'24,822
908
,214
104
144
: 112
' 247
210
199
155
42,225
68,878
' 90,874
94,075
85,050
41.401
14.774
60,979
97,006
26,032
' 21,571
96,774
'92,034
' 97,554
108
88,126
22,058
23,738
4,404,898
4,590,864
3,815,554
2,088.818
r' .-. ?.. -i v M I
JAS." WILLIAMS; Auditor of State.
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Auditor's Office,' Vinton Counny, Ohio, 1 f
Uun: Onio, August 11th, 1873. f
- ' W. W.,UEL,J;UKL, .
. .. Auditor. Vinton vountu,
1 II
l.i :
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Special Notices.
To' Kansas And Colorado) During tile
au.uinurcaso.D ojj ,1873,'tlfd Missouri ; Paelfle
Itnilroitil will sell Excursion Tickets from St,
Lonla to Denror and return, at very low rates
of ravo, au'd'a raro Dpdortnnity Is thereliy of
fnrcil, tor loyra otjtiaturjB to view- tlio beau
tlos of Colorado' and enjoy.' the delightful
sconoiT and1 health-lnsplrlue; cllmato of lie
rnrks-'of the UocKt Mountains. i
Kaunas, wild its broad and fertile nlnlns. In
directlv on the route, together with all the
other Western States and Tcri-itorleB, Is reach
ed by tho Missouri 1'aollle linilrpad and its
conncntlons, Tho Texas connection of this
road is" now jsomletcd, and passengers are
offcrod ' flrst-clnss, all-rail route from 8t
Tiuis to Texas,-' ettlior over tho Missouri,
Kanantl ftToxus U. R. via Sedalln, or over tho
Atlantic ft Pacific 11. It. -a Vinltn. For
mans, time' tables',' Information as to rates,
routus, Ac. we ifer our readers to J. F-.
Thoinnspri, Southern I'asscniror Anent, that
tunooxa. Tphd.. or E. A. Fowl, (ynt'l Passen
ffor Avent, Ht Louis. Mo. 'Quostlona will be
cheerfully aud promiitly answoyod. ' l-ljr
' FOR1 1.OHg' of- APPKTITK, nyapepsin, Indi
gcsHon,, poprosion .of Spliits And Genoral
Debility, In their various forms, .Fkruo
Viio8pohatbi Elixir oFCAtisATA made by
Ca8WKII(, IliiARn'S'Co.'.'Now York, And sold
bv nil drugefsU, fs tlio bent tonic. Aa a stini
.iilont tonie foi'liationtsrocovcijInR from fever
orother slckncssritjiua no eiinui. If taken
(liirlnpr tle season it prevents fever and ague
and other Intermittent fever, ,, 19-4w
)inlcratlbrt jnrnlng.-i-Cheaji Farms In
South-west Missouri. The Atlantic A Pacillo
KaHrd CornpanyOffor 1,200,000 aoresofland
Uit'bntralahilSolithrHrtstMlssbiirl.at from $8
'tc 1 812 per.ar.rei on seyew yoAra' time, with free
tranip0rtatfoi;fi-dn 8t Louis to allpurchaa-1fliJ-i!.aittatf,'.lsi6lif
timber, mineral wealth,
scUeoIt, churches, and law-abiding society In
vito tmjrrafitafrohi'anpointa to this land of
friilts aud fioweri For particular address A.
Ti'CK, T.niidQuimlsiijuier.'8t.Lpula, Mo. 1-ty
j KBBprtS; qirtOVTIt.-A, ' goptloman
who sutl'ered fbr"yoai' irom Ke'rvoua Debility,
Proninturo DocajVJtnd all tlie efloc'ta of yOutl)
ful.lUrtlretion,wlUforitlia8ltepf suffurlhg
liumanlty, send t tu to all who neod it, the re
olie 6d dlractlou'.for making, .the. slhiple
remeiWr bV which Ho vas' Billed'. ' Sufferers
wishing ty 'profit; pj ft(rtserV lexpe-
rlence can do toby aihlrestlui, in porfoot con
(ldoncei "" . '.TOHN B. OGDEN;
00-8iev
No. 4Codar St.JN. Y.
i.'l
Jbr'Ayor'i Medicines, go to 0.' W. Slsson'i.
' '( ..'III,,' l I'l ! i .. ! ,...il . v.. - - ... .,,
, ii ,::! 'PiiTSBl'ROH, March, 1872; 1
;' ,Wo hive used jfti'gt) .quantltlos' of Bcymor
Baninun. At Co. V Str,icUy jur White jLead,
and have always found It uniformly and finely
gi-Ouhd, very wti'lto. and of excellent body,
Its purity wo have never questioned, and we
clioorfiilly recommend It.' 'J ' :
, ,. .... , . -THOMPSON A MHXKb. .i
' -" '" ;. Master Painters.
"t i is u.M.frrr',i:t ..i1i'r ' '
' A CAIUfi-iA Clergyman, whileresldlngta
riouih Amdrica," m .missionary, illacovdred k
tal'e'nnit simple remedy for tho cure of norv.
oat weakness, 'early deoay.'distato or tne
ui'luary ,anil semiu'ai organs, and the whole
train of dlsoi-do'n brought on by baneful and
vlo'nUs? habits." Great 'numbers have been
enrort by .thla ooble.remedyr; Prompted bv a
(Uitlre to benell t the afflicted and -anfortunato,
1 will send the receipt forpropartug and using
this nwdlolne, In scaled envelope, to any one
who noeds It, fYtt of Chargtt Address ,
f IU! f.'l.'ir JOSEPH X. IN MAN,
Btntlon T), Kiblo House, N. Y. City.
"Maroht9,im-v7inia
. - i . ..- ... '', '
' Tn' tha Hu (Tori nr. The Rev.'Wm. II. Kor-
(6n. while residing in Brasil a Missionary,
dltcoverod In that land ot modloines a ramody
tot ContumptlOn; Scrolulai Bore : Throat,
C'iiKh'iCol'.tfi'Astn""" and ervoua Weak
ness This remedy uos. cured myseu alter an
pthor moi)oUicrhad failed. 1
W lsjilng toboneutthesufforlng, I will sond
the TOtfipo) for pTopivrftig and Using thla rcm
ody, to Bll'who doslro it, Free of Chnrge. i
.Please aend an ehvujono. with your name
and address on It A4(lros, ': ! .: " .
,( W'i (.11.1 IKIV. WH, II. SUITOfll -II
ew Jlroadway. Mew lorn City.
'. March 19, iBTSt'into;
. i.-
i j
itiI; .- J
i
i:i l I
.l
Tqt Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson'a Driig
store,",' v .' ," . . ' ' r;-..
, ' The best Place. Tlio choicest lot of Qro
oeries, Quoonsware, Glassware, Notions, Ac,
can be had nt DhvIb Duncan's Stored in TJiv
leakl, at all times.- - - i i mi
Corn, oats, potatoes and produco 'of every
description (aken, in exchange 4or gooda,.at
his store. In connection witli his store he has
8 Saddle and Harness Shop, 'and will repair
Anything in that lino on short notice and at
low figures. Go and see him. ' ' ' ' tf
i For Pure Drugs and Medicines; gd'toBls-j
son's. -'U
. vjW: - ' ' - f ' -:.. i
Five Hundred Thousand. 600,000 bottles
of Greeno'i .AVKJWt Flower have boon tolil in
this State In three months. We only ask ybiy
to go to the drug stores of GunnlngorSission
McArJliur, Ohio, and got abottlor Aarti'
or a regular size at 75 cents. Every bottle
warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver comA
plaint,- Sick headache, Costiveness, Heartburn,-AVatcrbrash,
Sour8tomach, Indigestion
Impnro Blood, and all disease oaused by Im
pure Blood, or deranged Stomach and Liver;
rfi i. I'- . r. ,TTr I ' .
Try It.
Q. G. GUEEX, Proprietor,
' " Columbus, Ohio.
v New Advertisements, j,"
'WITflIN
And there the POISON law
A frlrni, confined to trayn
Nine on unretrievable, oon-
damned blood," Shak. ,'
Tbetryant Poison's power
IS A HELL is"
retrieved by KBB.S9
is cancel lea ana the blood
ESS FK V Kit TON IC. It i hi.
tors the circulation, overcomes and ejects this
Ague roison. xnis remeoy is warranted ny
tho Proprietors, to Cnre Auge. A Box of Pills
FftEB,.with each bottle. - -- i
IW. O. HAMILTON CO., CINCI.N,
, ,,r r-i I , , f i fir ,. vl 4w.
"TTT ANTED All men wishing to make
V V money to send for pliamphlet son
taining instructions, etc,, which vriMotv
saowlditaow. J. C. TfLTpjU.itoburg.i'L 4t
WnRIIMfi PI CO?F '
iiytiiiisu uunoo ic a
L Week fftiftmn-
teed. Kespectable employment at home, day
ur-viiuiugf iiuuniiiuii JTquireuriim insti
uont dlndi valilabls package of goials sei
package of goods sent f reo
by mall . Address, with six oenf retu
M. YOUNG A Co 173,Greenwlch St
i stain ii.
Nr,
'4W
ant's Library of Pottryani Song; (70 IM pit
WKRKon Tht Ttw Houtektiimri Manual, bv
Miss Beecher and Mrs. Stowe. Any active
man or woman can nave an agency. Jl il,
FORD A CO., New York, Boston, Chicago add
San Francisco. , . i tfw. ,
a
30th. Thousand in Press. Sale Increasing.
11,000 more live AGENTS wanted for out;
LIYINGSTQNE . 28 ' T'ra in AFRICA
over 600 pages, only $.KK Incomplete A Infe
rior works are olfored; look out for them.
Send for circulars and tee proof ot the prwifc-if
siummi of the seaaon. ' Pocket Companion,
worth 110, mailed fren. HUBBARD BICOB,,
Pubs., l'hllailelphla,Boitoii and Cincinnati. 4t
Home Life IttsnrancD Co.; of New Yoflc.
-VTTArlTlro-Dhttript and local AGENTS
'VV for this old old Ana well establlslisd
Co., under liberal tkkms. Address with refui.
encea, - 1 DOUGHTY A BBUKHL,! r,
4w ." ' - State agents, Cincinnati, p.
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EPIDEMIC 'DISEASES
miVINTKO BT USIMO
BflOMO-0 H LO R AiL tf
Odorless ani Non-Poisonoiis
Powerful DEODORIZER and DIS
.. FECTANT. . C i
!-, II
1 1'-. 4
i
i i
Its daily use destroys all bad odors and doIs-
neua emanations about your premises. And
thereby prevents contagion and disease: con-
tains no poison,, uai no iidiir, and it alwi
ways
tnio.
"Diploma awarded by the A.fcnfoAM rNJTil
DTI to TlLPKN A CO,, fir llHOMO-CllLOBAI.'
in. i ney consiuor it of value as beln non
miIhoikiiis and inmlornna,aiid can recoinmrnd
t emiooiallv for inodlraland tiinml h,,iu..
bold uurposcs wheie dlsiut'ectloii and 1 deodn.
10
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ni"'i- nr. ii.xiiiiiitiu nr lfffl,
Prepared only by YTILDBN A CO.,. '
4t ooldbyalldrugjisti. New York,.,,'.
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THE HUEEIOAHE
,. P ATKX I ,
LANTERN
,: . COMPANY,
Office, 14 Barclay St., N. Y,
,' , ' . (VP Stairs.)
Offer to trie nubile a lnntorn
combining safety andjecononly
with oleirauce and usefulness.
It cannot explode; it gives a
good light, and consumes leas
oil man any outer; it la not (lis
turbed by tlie highost wind, and
If a glass Is broken, it is easily
ropl aced by means of the screw.
They employ no aytnt except
i .Tlio startling drawback on nearly all. nicilt-
cinu;agonu nas ever neun cuat in ineir pro
cons of purgation, and purldcatlon they, also
debilitated the system. To obviate thisdilU
cutty, physicians bave long sought for an
agqut that would i ...
PURGrE, PURIFI ani STREK6THEN
1,11.1 ATOM AND T1IS SAUK TIMK.
' Theirresearch hits at last been' re warded by
a discovery which fully realizo the fondest
desire of medical faculty, and which Is Justly
regarded as the most Important triumph tliut
Pharmacy ha ever achlcyod, This Important
ueiKieraium is . . .:'
Dr. To tt's Vegetable Liver 'till ! ".,
Which nurifv the blood and remove all cor.
rnptj humors aod -inhealthy acciunulationl
-from the bodyanil yet produces no weaknost
or 4sMitndo whatever,- bttt on the- contrary,
tones tbastomach,iovigqrates the body daring
the. progress of their, opornjlqai They unite
tho heretofore ' Irreconcilable qualities of a
STRENGTHENING PURGATIVE and
PURIFYING TONIC. ' ' 1
I Dr. Tutt's Pills are the most active and
searching- medicine In existence. They at
ono attack the very root of diseases, and
their action Is so prompt that In an lionr or
two after they are Ukeii, ths pltrent is aware
of tlieirgood effects.. They nay be taken at
any time wlUiont.vestraiutof diet or oooupa.
11001(1167 produce noiMier nausea, sripuir oi
debiHty, aad as i family iueiilclae ilny have
Price tS cts, a box. Sold by all Druggists.
PriucipaloBled, 18 and W Halt St., K. Y. 4
4U
MiiwiTTTrainm
' itn most POWkR fit t'otKAN8l( it, strength-
oner and remover of Glandular Ountructlons
known to Mattrlii Mtdlon, ! . , .
.. 1T1S iriOIAI.LY' ADArtKO. to cotistltuMons
(worn down" and debilitated by the warm
weather of Spring and Hummer; when tlto
blood Is not in active circulation, consequent
ly gathering Impurities from shigglshneMand
imperfect action of the seorotive orgnns, and
Is manifested by Tninors, Kruptiont, Blotches,
Boils, Pustulos, SoivfUlav Ac
Whrn WKAny and tANOi'in from overwork.
and dullness, drowilnoss and lnert.la take tho
ulacs of energy and vigor, the system needs
a T0M10 to build It upi and help- the Vital
Forces to regain their roonperativs power.
IN IHR hsat or SUmhkk. freottently the
Llvor and Spleen do nut properly, perform
their functions the Uterine and Urinary Or
gans are inactlvei prouuc.lwr weakness oi tne
iil-odlli !n
stomach and Intestines aud a predisposition
to billions derangement, ' ' m .,; ; "' .
EXT RAC;t0F ; JURUBEBA
is rRir ARID DiRlci-LY trorn the SOUTH A
MKRlCAN PLANT, and It pooullarly auitod
to all those (linimUlot i Itwl
it win ui
I cleanse the VI.
TJATKl) II LOOK, , slrenglhnn. tho LIFrJ-
UIVINU POWKIlrt, and ItKMOVB AI.LOII-
HTItllCTIONS frain 1 41 PAIR 1.1) AND JM
VKUBLKD Organs. ,. . .-: , ,. it .
it miouiiii ii rasai.r takkn, as jniuiwim
il pruiiDViicvil by in
ncfiintl'URlFIKli,
iioiical wrlirsuie miiMra-
L TIIN ( Ikl'fkU'l'XIIll
o.wiwio rango xif uiodiclual
Kti v known iu,im
P JOHN Q. K RLliiuh, 1 Halt Bti, New York
fluid hv UrnavlaU. ;Khl U,nl fur tin Uul-
. ' n
.eaBIUII, 7' M . ) A I ' "Li 1 1
Prloe It pi-Wllle;r' ' Send for fciroumr .,
w-wa- .rVci..'R-',-i' , , . i
... .. . a -i.'rrr- i -n trrr
,; . .11 ., ii... ii H. ' ll-'-l.-ll'l -.ill
.-.v. ' ":.:.' .',.. v,-: 'kSi - ;
lit ii i i i -ritrM-iel . f . ,.' . u . 1
Van A.m -ih &' Co s. G
I
m naif a seninry nalcni(iKiwnniurorMUia AtivirteauuaminmtiialTatnmenmoBuyeqtn.
Bed. tad the most MmiileUt Zooloiriotl' eolleotlna In tlx world. Thenretent It the ftftiuthrrar oril
xlitenoe.aiul the msntiroment proptte to lnauaiirato
u) uiironuoiion oi m iina.i.x , a m. w i a uai,iui.r,o oi ins mm onnmm ana annniw unnrr. j a
Great VanAuikurirh Menagerlt, earedilly arolilinf alleanMioofrnnM to any olnst oMhecommnilty. hat
depended for pMrunago Uwn the exMllonce of Its ZmUflcjl oolluctlom. add. kaa bdi NO CIPtU3
attached to It. The same policy, which baa resulted )n attracting a clou of pttrontfft tncli at no oik tr tra
Tellojreilill.ltlnnhaiiatulniil, will bo pursued In tho future.- But ini consdlerstloa of the g-reat and In
ereanuig attention given of lute yeort to physical ciil(urt,'tho manarment havt deiermlned to add to
fU atkraotlona a Grimr KxpoatTiow or F-iiysioAv Kxaaoiaaa Intrwliirtng Um most famous and export
droaBflra of I'hytii-I 8 porta frnin-tniry part ol the -world, Includlnir distinguished Gyimuwtt who have
nerer uofuro appearad In America, in Boiaicnrio Nn Aarimo Eihiiiitioks or Otknotii and Aoilitt
of a mow eliiKunt, dlverslflm) sod plutsliiK nature. 'ufTordlOKto. old and outiia tef ned an8 hnrailrtt enter
Ufuucnt of tlirllllligly excltliiK Interest, illnstratlns the wunderful raiisrltr tf (l.i) huuiau frame, under
scmniiiio u-aiiuur, iur iiiu nconuipiiiinuKMii oi f - I ''W'''; '1U
AI.MOST INCREDIBLE ACHIEVEMENTS I "
Aoioug the loading mombcra of the Van Ainburgh
MON8. FILrVTSTCOIS BEIGItlST .-: AND-TO3 JVCQOMPLISHED CIIILDTIEN,
who are nntarpssied for the grace snd artlstle cloganci' wliich they Impart to tliclr soencs of oluiwie pot
turlng, and olegant inytlioliwlciU repradnatlont of Grecian Btatnary--scenes wl li b havi- Iimw roi-elvfd
with the most enthunlutllo demonatrstlont of applansofinni t'i nioit n flu'xl tiidipm iaof sllthoprUi-
olpal Ospitola
The French Baby Eerlalists,
tks youngest and tmallet' gymnnstlc nerfonnars ui tho world, woo exccnls hlfh In th air the Bioit astnaa
ding foats of the great LooUrd and othor world reno wned trspene ix-rliiriuers. 'I ha 4its of iIim
dlmlauUve artists almost surpass description; yt IhiiV- nr executed wlih such chsimliiir luaslilegnre
aad perfect conndeuos that they may be witnessed- Vlthont- excltlug the least nervtiusiH-u or anxlotj
, , , , oa tlio part of tho spectator. . , , - , - i .
X. n:' JrftTTA"NfiFr?
. , .Inhjs upparatleled exploits ori.tUe.
Inclined Planes; Iliinniiis. ijlolies and Qlobe-Trapo j,(
ng performance the Intrepid JotianoTf 'nftel- mnnlnei revolvln'ir globe up a it
In this astonishing perfomuwi
ohanolT
ae to a din ly heiirht, lesvet th narrow iatha dy
the sphere on a FLYiNaTsAr-rza Bar, accomplishing
orinegiooe wniio.Dy miuciuar action ne noias ine
nlds the
Trtpeia. Words 1
wui 1
not sdeoustel' describe VhMclicscv df nklu.nud Intn sidditv of nerve renuired fur
thlt unprecedented exhibition ; butltuskfe to say'
finish bus yet been witnessed
1
A apeelil feature Is the lofty Chair and Bottls inialf:fli2'f ti Ji'
. i;
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' ' :OTiiETtJvrnr:")ti:r-TI-(''j?; ) it.--
f gramastle SRlll too mwwrn'ui tiMwrtk-uliu-f-iS T.. 1:1 i.lure,flii iMcn flnidanil a?lrMi-.1r: t-
urlU.'iiUri'" "iu I... 1:1 1. lure, I In llucr,
phystsj Wlru.nrS1A,t.,ie fcwyi
lent wl
i wbich will afford tliu usmt mi
marvelous aehlavsinentt 111
LIVINa LION LOOSE 'lno BTREET UN(MlNED;
. . vg-T-sv;'." pjajHiL--j!i-i
mmm
'And sNilect to no iwtralif wjiat-ver, e wept Qie over wstchlul
eye of ofhli kocpi)r,mett;iit(t vJU-fiin9'jf o.'il l.SAV)
" tli'atmschlflccnt msss id pol,k-riiV(1oKro4eld aftranw- -clent
Egyptian designs, nil coimtr.i.-l'-'l on ascslc of uiagnlo.
mf'Jm Cofossa
1 ' i-
goreoanrtrtarflew
11, iiillcled In snv conntrv km
,ba nil here r?Vtf luf
'pile, tliati. ti C .6 I
trflf!
. . PefonclnVto (hi GreaLOi lden MoniRerle are constrncted and . ---'
ornaintnrrd Willi styfc nnrflnlnj Mrrlv ,- jad erlglnal . ...
4L wlihtliacreatMvnsi'erleKolhmlivlandlliidsrkMbiytnrnaMIng
in noliit of daitlliig lirllllniirrvmi'd ariisilo sxecntloa tny.
thing (lis world over dronluniboL. (intUatUkt sndenfljoruis
carrlaausoonlalnliili the Siilninla and narsnhanalla ars pslnt.
Iiiks selccU-d frnin delans
Artist. Ousitv Aiorc.anaareiall(MuloMus.i ms mooiuii-i..
is i 1. .m -.;
-,
1
i W.du'fW f" II -Ttts ethlbltlon betns pnrely toolox leal, can snd flees nave
V Vfc -it, a ( verv (lenartmnt eonilu(ttiLfirffttrlcllv.ni(a-sl jirlnclple, aol
WW U-ll nn, iu.tl,,.l,lv rfr.,la. l,U,ILl,.n tT U1V IUIU Of
. -- in1.- r-a . . - I
GREAT GOLPEH
wVlM'f a. Si!-ajgrty-
jri.l.-i :
. ' .' n
JJ Mill.. I
MM-
i i i -,iii'.-tji tuii.i . ti-'f- a
TheLalKestEinibitton.In tho knowa- W , 4
TlililrantloKiitBW1hmer(t(mti,n1hmhlitVr1e-,ertfnntt si '.
burslve and liiUirealln.f ll,nj.ii or iara and womlnrful nU. -VC-.i.'S!tJ'
riais ever in In a travel ifMjiaiierlK ns elllier lifinlyilK-ni. 3 xiJrLjk
lllias linen the l.-rullne Sll-Jar firJXiiiVrtcn ftn'ili'M-ly'htiracon. fr,
liirv,sndfornar,r lcnif yenrsrllis only cslilbltlon on (Ms , I f . 1;
eonllnfiitori(Kili);lra..inrHi.rnn,'iouii)J'IJJuJuUJUUlut.. 1 III
Alrcua tturlurluiuiiuia. It Is uxclualvulv a k I ' 1
;pi' Congress it Vnfmlted
R. 1 fmrini. nf..lX. J,rnSwIT(4i1Tlf1fl snWsle CVf "f I
,ii,i. 11 i rMiii In aHenaserln. word" n I'linaio 10 nonimim muiit ,
1 vi'lA' I nivaiiHi of nil Aiaurleaa LwUliidpl! v.lfH'lNlMiut and es 1 J!
yn8,f tl r cviirwin uh ....... 1
, will .-6I.EAX8TIJ3Y. OfKTOftl'HISTOaY!
Admission, ;' 80 "cents.
A4w.1ni,b.n ' RIA ''-r,i1.1Vr.'' Ufc.in.'-'n" ".?-' "' 'u- i "
rff a t - G ol il e n M e a a e r 1 6,
ttieicbuihwneniaeotoriti ttoofld litlf ctntury by
Academy of Oyiiuutstlca will (w found the names of ''
of Europe.'
L0UI8, TOTO GinLIO,'
I i"
,VU
;i::ii
,!
after mnnlne revolvln'ir slobe nn a itcen Incline!
and mill maintaining hln foothold on ueglolio balances
a double -t-t of ejjnlllUrinm, by keeping his ballots
giune in us
iflulie in Its nlaco on tho frail bar of tho vtbratlnr
that nothing' to approach it la difficulty vr artlsUe,
oa tbis ilde of tho Atlantic.
-..!::. 1 ) ,1; ! ! !'
!vuv; t
l-ZlA o.U.f.lnffV hfihii.if sn'iUtifrUl'iii'm eirl-rt.
GoH9tf - 'Cteiot,'
.,...- .. ;., 1 -?'.-S-L"'
nmiTnnn"neern is aticriynn. ""asrT
fteerols ntterlvnn.-"
tlin men ofc me aiooo. aim n niy
ftflffW ,.nli;3u, "Wf,?.
'
ky Hint Worldj-enoa-ni; Partnlsn.
'aartk
y . 1 ' '
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Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
Oa and tftei November a, 1871 Trains will
ma at follow ti
in.
63
a : : : : : : : :
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1 1 ; : :
j 8 j : : : : ::::: r :n
6 s?ss58si , iiii&M mi
5CA :::: r !;:::;::: :A ; A
1 'J J'l't.l t.
In::::
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li:::::r :ftr: tii.i r;;. V
liiiiiii iiiiiiii.-.iiii
Mile.Sg-' g8SPf$!ga-
.8
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i
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I
o
: -i
! O
. a
!3
'CIS is-
m
SiSsMnoa
6. c
& JL
A 'IVlil
1 .
3 3
1-
Miles I rk"8'af15IS&g'SIOI'SI
a i : i i : I , & : : i;i i .ii :i
J4 !: ' .5--
FHf-l w-4 rH H -4 T
j4 t 11 I'll 1 1 I'll
.kMHHSfln4 iuiioioipiO(Cfa fe-ece
. j : .: : a .: :
: :'!:.; 1 i i J :
1:1;
3 B?.5S?.?S ' fl?.?S.liS.3'..?.?S
)i : : :'m ;'
3-3
w3'
CINCINNATI EXPRESS wtllmn dally. AJJ
other trains daily, except Sunday. "
CINCINNATI EXPRESS, KAbT.makesn
stod between HamUen and Athens. '
Portameiath Branch."
1
-1
' Mail'
Accommodat'a
Dep. Hamden
Arr. Jack ton
. S:45 p. nu
.8:15 a.m.
' 7-1 ... J
'.".7
Portsmouth
'11 SO .
TRAINS CONNECT AT Ii)VELAND
For all points on tbd Little! Aliami Railroad,
and at the Indianapolis A Cincinnati Rail
road Junction for all points West. ,-' 1 --.
r. vf . raaauui,
Sonerintendent.
W. K. LANKF.STKR, -J
master 01 i rantporracioir.-i
New Advertisements.
1
Tl
I
SI 00 REWARDri
..1 r- .-i .-...' i.n u."a
8tolen. from the Held of the subscriber, near
Swan Creek, Gallia County,' Ohio, on .Friday
night, August 8th, 1S73, a gray horse, pacer,
17 hands high, years .old, collar marks oa
shoulders and ragged mane, scars' inside of
left hind leg. 1 .. ' 1 r f
100 reward will be paid for tlie return' of
horse and thief; or OO, for return of. horse,
and SO for capture and return of the thief.
iicnui n. nanii ah,
' .ii-, " iSwan Creek.
AguBt 13, 1873-1 w. tialllaCo., O.
-Trr-ANTED, -Wholesale Purchasing
W Agents . for the Hart rain Sewing
Machine, made at Danbnry, 'Ct. 7A
lat and Set. Th StilUtt. FaUt and tai
nt Ick Stitch, Strait Ntedit MaeMn in the
market. Better terms than any company.
Address, ' ' JOHN A. DODO.
Gen'l Agent, Danbury, (,'ona.
A WOBK IKTINSI, INTIBK8T AKO IKTBIMIIO
I.-- - Vaivjwi ; .1 ;;.;
OCEAN'S ST OR Yc
By tint gifua ton of th4 tamovt PKTXR
PASLSr." ShtrttuUpfhUgrMt afttoriool
ret arch: An A.IAn4fHlBTOKV or NAVIGA
TION and its Manivoi.d DUetmrlf since the
Flood. Abounds with Startling Inddtn,
FiARPrt DimtUrt, Lawless iPiraei,
Bloody SaltUt and Glorious AohUvtmtnU;
also describes Diving, Telegraphing, .Ocean
Fisheries, Ac, Over 909 Spirited Cuts. Sub
ject .AW. Price Zero. AG-NTS WANTED.
Hubbabd Bros., Pubs.' Phiia., Bastoa and
Cincinnati. ' ' 4.
To those Afllictedi wjith Scrofah
. ', ,. and Caicen.r
;!'." Madhon t4 VJntdU col 6.' J. I
, JuiyuMina, , I,
To all persons' who 'hiiy: .be afflicted with
Cancers or Bcrofula,I take pleasure la, recom
mending Dr. M. POWBR of Welwtor, HcMt
county, O., to you.' A ton of mine, IS years of
ago. who was so badly aRlicted with Scrofula,
that his body was drawn out of shape, and
almost blind with one eye. after beln (treated
for four years, .by a great, many doctors, all
of whom failed to cure him, I placed htm in
the care of Dr. Powbb, and he . has affected a
permanent cure. He has been well for aevsr
al months; his sye sight boing restored..;
1 May the Lord blew Dr. Powmbi aod'rlre
hint strength to do, good and relieve those
Who suffer. ! . ISRAEL. JON1CS.
j uiy so, ltns-im.
,IHO vmVEBSJTXi J:-.)
r, .
Fall term begins' September Id., '1878,' Tor
cauioguet or Information, ad
address .
. U'.nm
August 18, U-St....
H. SCOTT,
President,
J" J AM DEN MILLS.
1' iE:D3br,"f .
''.':...' ' i - 1 . iJiii
..i''-; r. A !'.:: v&A
TT"K have purchased and fltted np the
VV above mllls.'ajd tpliolt the trjide est
uie tanners 01 wis vioiuiiy.
Ii-
(. Special attention given o,., 4
And care given to please all customers. t Mr.
A. A. COZZKNM.MnetpDrlencd miller, has
charge of the mill, and will not fail to deal
fairly and give gtfleral eat 8uct lory j-;
Flour, ; Ulcal and 1 Tccd
, ) - ,,, . Onhand,anirtorilel :)
LOWK8T MABKET PBICKS.
i JnlyJ0,-ie7a' : COZZENS A JOHNSON.
ABR!CULTUWL;i)l!JD;;C3.U
. LAiiuS FCilALjEi
.' Conslstlns1 of MO aAriiil Ll tunic, 1 i Uadiu,
Township, .Vinton County, Ohio, four mites
front MoArthur, aiid.ouu mjls front Vlnt
Station, on the Marietta A Cincinnati Kail.
roaii, oa ins roan leaning' rrord UeArMiur to
Athens. Ohio. 100 acres of Wood Land 1 hal.
auce under cultivation: M-acros erf Bnti,a
Laud.' Well watered.. BeJlU-lutlv-Ure Utr
two farms. Two dwelllns tunnmkiiil all -tk
er buildings, about Mwf a mile at-ar( (lima
the iirendiHis. In a rood aeiahboiliood aud in
URXATXST UOAL UIGIOM ,.
" ,- f '.j
On the tine of said Railroad. There are I
vmns of tol.4 font la thif.kmissdn tlie prwm
las One rein covers tlie entire tract of land 1
Xne covers all exi-eiit 40 acres, and one ruvtirt
II except about 100 aoretil Wllliln Klrixlaof
the Kallwav Switch, running from, y luloa
Station to VlnUm Furtiac a slt, li ran be
conveniently built across tlie land to tlml'oal
Veins. Any person waitllm property ot this
dcserlptluu, could notdubutUr t,iau pure.li-Hi
IMS acres of the land Wrung toll. It. Dewing,
who will gtvw any furtlKir tMforiiistlon that
inav be iluvlrtxl., Wlll.srU at a lianialn. if
one half Is paid at Or aboiU tlw km, -at aal.
ins uuytr mtv nave 11 time im ivp,rrd
payment, not to xr(il ten (11 lliuimi yr,
aa will be tat.l(acuo', 1 tiinutru nnoi the
uronuant er address ' u ..(.. .,,
Jul - Ifl7a.tf. . ,
1, t VlubrttbuUu.O.
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