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M ("ART III) It tJi NQUIRI5 It
J. W. BOWKN, Kiltor and fublUher.
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO- :-MA;6VAT 27, 1HT8,
State Ticket.
For Hoveriior,
HOy, WILLIAM ALLEN,
) ;.v ; op ttcws. ! ' -
' For Lloutttuitnt-Governor,
IIAUNAUAS LUUXS,
, . OK HlfUlASD.
Forjudge of the Supreme Court.
II. C. WHITMAN, .ftbs VKUM.J
C. II. SCRIIWER, (SHOUT TKKM.)
Krfr Treasurer of State,
.GEO. WEIMEU,
OP SUMMIT.
For Attorney (Jeneral,
Jf. A. DAUGIIERTV,'
" OF KAIIUIKU.
' For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JAS. K. NEWCOMER,
OF MAUION.
I'or Member of Hoard of Pnbllo Works,
CHRIS. SCIIUNCK, "
OF MEHCEK. ' '
Democratic County Convention.
The Democratic Central Committee of Vlu-
ton County, do hereby call a
DELEUATE COUNTV CON VKNTIOX,
To be held at the Court Houses, lu McArtlmr,
on
Monday, September $, 1873,
At 1 o'clock r.u.ot that day for the purposo
of lelectlngcanrtidatcs for the following conn
ty offices, to be voted for.oa too eccond Tues
day of Oectobcrac.xt, to-wit:
Kcprosentativc, J l'rosoeutiiig Attune v.
I . :.. .:
Auditor,
Coniniinsionur.
a
SELECTION OF DELEGATES.
The Democracy anil all persons or tlio sev
eral Townships of Vinton county, who are ou.
posed to the flagrant abuses of the U rant Ad
ministration, will, tlierefore.mectattlioumml
places of hohlingelectlona ticrein, on
Saturday, Sept. (i, 1873,
Between the hours of S niul 0 o'clock r.
M., ami elect delegate to represent tlie Town
ship in said Convention.
The ratio of representation is ono delcgato
for every twonty-llve votes cast for Aquilla
Wiley for Secretary of State, in 1872. ami .,-
delegate for every fraction of twelve votes.
The following is tlio number or delegates to
which the several Townships are respectively
entitled:
no. NO. NO.
DK1.8. V0TK8. DKLB
S . SWAN ... Ml
NO.
Y0TK8
Elk - - . m
Harrison - 71
Kjgle - - - SO
Richland
Jackson nil
Clinton --151
Wilkosvlllo lfti
Vinton - - ltw
Madison - stici
Hmwn - - - Kir,
Kuox - - - M
Tlio Convention will traiHa;t such other
.business as may come before it.
The honest men of every vlaH, without re
gard to party names or p.wt differences, arc
earueslly invited to unite with us ou terms of
perfect equality In the struggle., to put a stop
to the usurpation, misrule, alary-grn)ililng
and corruption.
A. J. SWA f SI, l
J. W. liOWKN. ii,),..
i.
lT. H.tl.AYl-OOl.K, Ct
W'.W.IIKI.FOltK,
ten.
0111.
ied
on
uie
t
Mr.
men
J. W. BOWEN, Ch'm.
J. W. BOWEN, Ch'm. W. W. BELFORD, Sec'y.
THE M'ARTHUR ENQUIRER
. FortheCampaign
For 26 Cents!!
Th3leArthuriiuhtr will be scut to cam
paign subscriber during the campaign, or for
I months, forSScents.
y tills means much good may bo done for
m cause oi nomocracy and Itefonn.
Get up lists at every l'ost-onice, and In ev
ery school district, as tlio ifclrthur JCwjiiirer
will advocato the causo of the people, the
fanners, mechanics and laboring men, against
tire
the back salary grabbers aud the offlcial
thieves who are eating out the substance of
th working people.
Our County Convention.
Every township in the county
must select delegates on Saturday,
Stept. 6, to the County Convention,
to be held on Monday, Sept. 8, Let
the best feeling prevail in the se
lection of delegates in each town
ship. Let us all go into this cam
paign earnestly, but with the best
of feeling. Let us all work togeth
er, and the majority on our county
and State ticket can be increased.
Let every township send full del
gations to the convention.
and
agree
of
tlio
tells
year
than
of
""r
by
sigle
Some of the GRANT
at William Ali- paper8 sneer
past twenty -K'b,i-orthe
enff- - "flve J'eftrs. 1'e has been
.6aged in Agricultural pursuits.
All this class of papers sneer at
laborers.
him
by
WaiiAM, Allen The Great
Farmer-Statesman, candidate for
Governor, and Darnabis Bckxs,
candidate for Lieutenant Governor,
make a strong ticket and will com
mand the votes of all Democrats
and Liberals. Onward to victory.
Many jjoor men in Vinton connty
uo not receive one dollar per day
Tor labor each day. President
Gkant receives one hundred and
thirty-seven dollnara pej- day as a
salary no work connected with it.
ins time is spent lonolng around
watering places.
Vinton county has .32 places
where liquors are sold in pursuance
of a license issued by authority of
the Radical Congress; Jackson
county 41 places, and Lawrence
county, 63 places. Jackson and
Lawrence are "loyal" niul support
the Grant Administration.
a
IT.
,
fail
the
at
the
for
a
cry
pie
It is proixtaed to make members
of the Ohio Legislature swear that
they haven't taken any bihes and
won't take any. That oath woidd
aot 1)0 much of a safe guard. The
developments of tho late Congres
sional Investigations show that
bribe-takers will not hesitate to
become perjurers. Tho only way
' to stop such corruption is promptly
.expel every convicted bribe-taker,
and to elect no more of them to any
legislative body.
olis
and
last
er
Judicial Convention.
At ti quarter past 2 o'clock,
Wednesday afternoon, August 20,
the Convention was called to order
hy A. I). Miller, Chairman of the
Scioto County . Democratic Central
Committee.
John M, Lvnn, of . Scioto, whs
.lccted Chairman, and l M. Hud
son, of Jackson; selected as Sccre
tarv. On motion of W. K. Thompson,
of Scioto, a Committee on Creden
tials, compoHed of one delegate from
each county, was appointed. The
Chair appointed Irvine Dungan, of
Jackson, W. K. Thompson, of Scio
to, Stephen Brown, of Pike, and J.
n. liowcn, of Vinton.
The committee reported all the
counties represented but Lawrence,
and recommended that delegations
present cast the full vote of . their
counties. Report adopted.
Mr. Dungau presented the name
of Porter Diilladway, of Jackson.as
a candidate, and in a few remaTks
spoke of the eminent qualification
of Mr. DuIIadway for the posi
tion. ...
un motion of Mr. Lodwick. of
Scioto, Mr. DuIIadway was nonii
natcd hy acclamation for Jiutoo of
the Common Pleas Court. " J
Mr. Dungan made a motion- that
Judicial Committee, uf one from
each county, be appointed' Jy the
Chair.. -
The following gentlemen were anr
pointed : John T. Moore, of Pike ;
Wi Bowen, of VintW; J. A
Aleshire, of Jaeison; John Hamil
ton, of Lawrence ; and Dr. J..iB.
Ray, Sr., of Scioto. .
Ao ftirtlier business cominof be
fore the Convention, it, on motion
adjourned.
a
JOHN M. LYNN, Pres't.
F. M. HUDSON, Sec'y.
Enthusiasm for Allex. Our old
mend, J. P. Uiehx.Eso.. aeeomnnn
by David Thomas, Esq., both of
ueorgeiown, umo, called upon us
iuonuay last. Mr. Thomas re
marked to us, that as a Liberal Re
publican, he went into the Cincin
nati Mav Convention, last vnnr in
good faith, and labored heartily for
principles then enunciated;
lint betweeu the Liberals and
Democrats the distinctive party
measures and principles are the
same therefore he should vote for
Ai.lex for Governor. Ho says
tlere is great enthusiasm in Brown
county in favor of Alli:n, and that
svlio have not voted for years,
vote for him next fall,
Mr, Bikiin, svho was also a Libe
ral Republican, last year, takes the
same view oi tue present political
situation witn Air. Thomas. Jioth
in
are
well-known and influential gen
tlemen, and we are very much grat
ified that they have taken the stand
politically alluded to above. Ilills
boro Gazette,
J. P. Biehn, it will bo remem
bered, addressed the people of Vin
ton county at the Court-Houae, du
ring the last campaign,
Taxes in Ohio Increased $820,000
More.
The professions of economy on
part of the Republican party,
the Tax Duplicates do not
very well. While their plat
forms tells us that they are models
thrift, frugality and prudence,
Mate Duplicate of this year
us the increase of taxes, this
will be over 82Q.O.0b more
those of last y-ar Thi kind
economy wi", r n,nnlA. if
7,ra. The people should look
these economy promises made
the Grant Republicans. Isot a
promise do they ever fulfill.
for the Farmers' Candidate for
Governor and all on the ticket with
this fall!
Come and Hear!
Among the meetings announced
the State Central Committee, is
meeting at McArthur, on Friday,
September 5th,- which will be
ncldressad by Hon. A. G. Thurman,
S. Senator from Ohio, and Hon.
T. Neai., member of Congress
from the Ross, district
No voter of Vinton county should
Imj present on that day and
hear the able speeches will be
delivered by these distinguished
men.
No one who was not present at
Democratic State Convention
Columbus, on the 6th inst.. can
form or approximate to an idea of
enthusiasm with which the
nomination of Colonel Wm. Allen
Governor was received. Such
vote and such enthusiasm were
never known before. For the first
time in the his tor v of t.hn St.nra pv
one of the eighty-eight counties
were fully represented and cast Its
voie lor me suite ticKet. The peo
of Ohio will not forget these
Marietta Times.
Thk Radical Salary Grab Con
vention for this Senatorial District
meets at Gallipolis next Wednes
day, the 3d. Wilson of the Iron
ton lieyister. Bkancu of the Mid-
dleport JVew, NAsh of the Gallip
Journal, II. C. Jones of Vinton,
Dr. Thuson of Meigs, are can
didates. .The Gallipolis ledger of
Saturday says "Nash wLU re
ceive the nomination the 'two
principle will carry.'' Let
"carry
Common Pleas Judge.
The Judicial Convention, which
met in thin cit.v ant. AVprlnpnilnr.
nominated Portek DuIIadway, bf
Jackson, for Common Pleas Judge,
Tho selection is a good one, and
will give strength to the ticket.
Mr. DuIIadway is about forty
years of ago, and has been actively
1111 rr.i nflfl 111 h iltj-.4VtftntMi P l.inr
VllXHilVll Ilk ItJIU IJIUltJOOIUll 111 lilTV
for about fii'tiM'ii voiiih. nnil now (n
lots n. liLl'crn lilld llli'rnt.ivH lirnftii'f
t o - 1 - -
Hi! is a lawyer of fine abilities, and
is well iitted by experience and
temperament for the duties of the
bench. Tho District will do well
to secure his services, and we hope
to no able to recoru Ins election.
Portsmouth Times.
Our County Convention.
The Countv Convention which
assembles in this place on Monday
the 8th of September, should be
composed of our best and most dis
erect men men who hold the in
terest and harmony of our orsani
zntiou paramount to any and all
personal bickering or consideration
whatsoever. .This Convention
should'be dignified, brotherly, and
8mootB in all its deliebrations.
Wokk all together!
It nanoys the Republicans to
think that tlie" Dcmocacy of Ohio
have nominated a farmer, a man
deeply interested in agriculture, as
their candidate for Governor. They
are so accustomed to runnins: law
yers and politicians for Governor
that they think it an outrage that
farmer should dare cast his eyes
towards a high position. Hurrah
for Farmer Allen, of the Sciotto
Valley!
If Harvey Wells. "Litenen
Kalkulator" and the Konstitushun
Maker, is not a resident of Jack
son, where does ho reside? At one
the Hotels in Hamden his name
registered: "Hahvay Wklls,
Jackson, Ohio." Wonder if the
majority of the Republicans of
Vinton county like to see a resi
dent of Jackson couuty hold office
Vinton?
The public lands of this country
the cemmon inheritance of the
whole people the property of
every man, woman and child. What
right has a Radical CoiieceHS to
give away these lauds?
Thkke is a weepina: willow, in
Noble countv. Ohio. iiiAn
i 1 "SMVWVA.ii
-1 i i I
eats ohi, wnicn measures 9 feet 4
,
iiiniB in circumierence, a
distance above tho ground.
K
Legal Notices.
LEGAL NOTICE.
"iMfA1". 'l-lrsof l' In vinton
Alien Mills, deccKai
I'lalniffs.
riens.
Civil action.
will
I Countv. O
Court of
M.tn.in t W . I. common
wiiii ... ,!'"'n. I'-lizaheth
Mil s,ct al., heirs of Adam
IIU, deceased, De-
. John II. Linn, of the Rtiitnnf iiliiw.u
take notice, that John It. Mills, of Vinton
cb i "r" 'A. '"i,.?.!1 .tl'u..u'.-'- "Vl" J
.li.i . a. 1. oueensen, pianuiiis,
llL'Ju?.1''? V?1. Aue'ist, ltni tiled their
hi ami 7- it V""01 coimnop 1'lcas. wlth-
iii.7 . "')' si 1 iuuiu, ntaieoi
Ohio, nganist the said Joliu II. Linn, Matilda
....ih ifn','l"V,',",f Ad,lm LillD' 'lewasod, Kli-beii-s
ami children of Adam Liun, deceased,
,hii i u Bet,t'ulf f"' "' among other things,
that the i. aintills are tenants in common unit
are sel7i.,l I,, u. ;,... i- .... ...... .
I,.. lf . 1 "'J'"' iiuui vnu mi any oi
JHiiuarj, ihw. of tho one undivided half of the
i;i esiau;, situiiKd in said rounty
oi iiiiim. iii.t. ... ...i.. i .. .
Mi.;tl "i m-wii.; ne wesi nan m ine
iS, rf i X Vrter of Section Nuniher Tweutv
if '1 loH iiship Number Twelvo (12,) of
ilaiigu Number SevonUen (17.) of lands bub
Jwt to ihIo at Chillicothe Land District, con-
taini'nzSU acres, mure or 1,'kk.
Tlhal aaid defendants unlawfully and con-
'.rary to equity, keeps the plaintiffs out
of the possession thereof. That h cer
tain deed from Allen Mills and Klizabeth
IllB WII'M rt l.lun. Mn. .1...
23, lttDo, was frauilulcnltv made, executed and
,llliv.lW..I Tl.u, ..1.1 1I1....1....L. I
.iiu,.n,Mi.iiaui:Hi wan uocrcuu
to sign the same. That aaid deed was execu-
twl mill ll,.ll,'Ml'M.l with..... u....
or authority, so to convey the premises, and
done illegally anil for the purpose of (lofruml-
H piu.uiiu!,, ni nun aiikii alius anil Aiiam
I.illll Wftll kllfW! tlltil. All..., MIIU .l......uu.l
oulv ownH a life t-state in said realty; thut
he died Janiiary iad, im, and his estate in
said reitlty then tcnuinated.
Aim praying mat defendants answer said
pctitiou ; that the aaid deed from Allen Mills
11,1 V.l 1 Vfllutt ll hlu urir.i .....1 . I . i. t..
sanl petition mentioned as effects plaintiffs
uu, unnncmq, limy ue niljllllgeil nun no
C.rnAfl flHllllllllll Bml vi.1.1 a.t.1 ... I
; , , . . " ... i it n i. if 1 1 , ,nca-
TPfl Anil hvi nuiiln utwl lial.1 .... ........... .1....
defendant release; that plaintiff limy have
,iii, , nxuTvrv 01 mu uotseHsion oi
III. Ml ll, tt, a.. ..!.. ...r...l.l
c'liiiimuti imriuion miiy
...n..vu u.. rani ,,,vi,iiBVB, mac me piuin
titTsmay have judgment for 1U0 damages for
rents and proAU from January 22il, 1H72, and
And the said John II. Linn It notified that
hfl In "fill If Off trt annaai, t.t . i . ..
tition on or before the thint Hntunlay alter
tllP tut flntr fit'il.-tiAm A Ik turn rf
...v ... m... v vovvwi, Jl. X rt JOIOi
JOHN H. MILLS. KT AI,
Ilelra of Allen Mills, deceased.
By E. A. ItKATTON, their Attorney.
August , l(fi3-6w '
i
4 DMINISTB AT OK'S SALE
XI. OF EEAL ESTATE.
In mirfliiniA rt an naMiA. A .1.-
Court, of Vinton county. Ohio, I will offer lor
Saturday, the 87th Bar of Sent., lain
...j, y'"" ii'piiw, in iiicArtniir, in
aid county, the following descrilied reul
vm,uiv, Biiuiitvii 111 nam conn rv, to-wit; Tin
oiith-west quarter of the north-east quarter
and the west half of the south-emit uuarter 1,1
the iiorth-east quarter of section numlier
ii iY V own","P numuer eleven
... .....iiuu, ro.rniocu (i i,) contain
ing in all fifty-seven acres, more or less
Annraiseil atly.mn.
T,KMS OK SALE: Ono-thlnl al,
lu
hand, one-third in one year and nnn.hir.i
two wars, from thn Irv n'ia ti... a.. ,
paymchU to bear Interest, and to be secured
vjr Mi.iriKiixv un tue premises soul.
1 lie sain land will be oireriul In m. .11. Im
ions, as follows; Number 1, containing nlMiut
ii i,it, (un which ine House stands.) Hum
uem, snout seven acres. Number 8, about six
acres. Number 4, about flve acres. Number Ii,
in,,,, iuiii ncnin, nuiiiiiflr o, anoilt e hrhteen
Rc.rn. NnmltiirT alu..., l.t . ,
will losolil In such division if the aggregate
rusoftlie
the
sum l d for them shall equal two-thl
apprnlsM value of tho whole: If not.
Wlmlfl wi I Im iutl.l ln,.atl.nH A .l..i ,
Wit ji. iiiiii, 111 mull
divisions may be seen at the oltlro of the l'ro-
,mKn, auu inner expiaiiatioiia will
S' vu iu uny ui sine.
a 1 ii. . IIKNRV REYNOLDS,
Adm nlstrator or the estate of Mrs. Sarah
Bnlio, decensed.
August 47, lSi8-.lt.
SO
II...
"
JJANNAII COX'S ESTATE.
rrobatt Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Nolle e Is hereby given, that John Boll, AA
mlnlatraf r l bonb non of the eMate of llan-
Z .hi..J.-Bi M"'nn.d that the hearing
of the tame ii net for hear In on tlie 18th da?
of8cpteuiber,18rj3,tn o'clock
Auguitn, 1818-41. "robatedg..
n.
The Grerit Farmer
Statesman!
t
0- 'ni...11 TS:
GRAND
MASS
MEETING
OF T IrllE!
PEOPLE OF VINTON COUNTY,
; .' A T
leilflll, OHIO
ON
Ii i. ta ,1 CI y 0
1 1"
0 i p
Which will le addressed by our noble and elo
auent United States Senator,
UU
a i i r . n n
me iiitfiiiutjx- oi voiiy;i-t ii-oiii ine oeventn
District,
an
(ft
fiD
(1 n
Li
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P
Oil,
nr3
A. cordial invitation is extended to all who would
BEAR WITNESS AGAINST
THE CREDIT MOBILIEH FIIAUDS. I' AGAINST THE SALA11V (JHABDKUS.
ACxAIXST ALL KINDS OF 001UUJPT10N. j AGAINST THE MONOPOLIES,
A.ncl against all that wrongs the Farmer, tho Me
chanic, tlie Business Man, and the people gene"
rallv. Let the old and the youiicr come. Let the
man of business and leisure come-come in small
1
ari'd large delegations. Let the Ladies grace the
1.' 1 , "T" j n x. i . i.
CM1 BTHDSIASTie DE10HSTRATI0N
That the word may go f birth that "Little "Vinton'
appreciates tne compliment paid tier Dy me nomi
nation of an eminent Farmer Statesman for Gov
ernor.
Tie McWIm Mi; IM Brass Bands
"Will enliven the occasion with their charming
r JV1.11S1C.
New Advertisements.
IflO UNIVEHSITV.
Kali torni IickIhh HiU'iiil)ir at., 1KI3. Vip
catuliiKlios or liiloniialloii, aililruaa
W. H. HCOTT,
AngUKt 13, TO-t. I'nmlilep t.
PJAMDEN MILLS. .
COZZENS&JOUSSON.Pro'fi.
nuwve llllll, aou MC
'.itrmera of tit 1 a vicinity.
r , . ' . ..... :
iinvo inirciinneu nnil llttoil iii tlio
above miiu, ao, Holii'it tlie tra.lii of
ttpoclal attention given to ' ' '
custom woirrc,
Anil care irlven ti iiikuu. b,i
a. un lii,, l,.,.,i .ni... i...
Mr.
,.i,V.. ., ,,, ".I'",,M,,C1 miner, naa
Hour, Meal and Feed
On band, an,J for ial at ' ' '
LOWEST MAUKET PRICKS.
July 80,-1918. UOZZENS ft JOHNSON,
LEGAL NOTICE.
Martin II. Ilrnnil, a ri'slilt-nt C l'vliif jnn.
Kmitiirkv, will tki inilli'fl that on Hip lilnt
lay or.liilv, IKiJ, -J oil 11 M.Hinliii, IIIimI liis m
tit'iin in tlio Court (if Omnium I'li'iin, In anil
tr Vlntou Coiinlv.Ohiii, wiiiiik l 11 rl
gavtn lien upon tlie) liiUinviiilf 1 It, bIIiiiiIo
In Vinliiii ( ounty, Olil", lo-wll: 'I'bii iinilivl
iled (Kb) f tho east-bull' of the north weal
quarter, and the north ent iuaiter ol Ibu
'north wi'Ht iiuirtur, ami the north -went i mir
ier 111 11111 noriii eunii ijiiiiii.,-1 ui. ni'r.iiuii 01.
uiiviinnii 11. ritiiKU J1l v ""iimi ni.
quarter ofllie north eaiit quarter ofiieetloiilll).
towimliiiiW. riinifii lit, Ainu tlm north wet
qiuirlerol'the iioiili Wi'Ht qunrtiir of lection Ht
ami the Hiiutli "i!Ht qiiurtor of the hoiiIIi
wetiuarteiiot' auetion 0, tunuhlii tl, ritngn
18, xi'vit the north went qimrtor of tliunorlli
!ilt quarter or auction m, i"whhiili 11, I'lingu
IIIIII HHK1IIH Vlllli KUI'I iiiui 1 lunu iim-
lllllil
eil.
lulu l oiirt, nini a)illi'il 111 nut iHfm i.liiii of bin
eJitiiii, iiifiilinitToiie'l'liiiuiii" M, l.ytlu, for the
anm of tl.llilli.'l, niul iuti'ri'Ht from .liiiniurv
tli, iktu. H11I1I 'I'lionina M. T.ytlii ami wife
are imrlleH ili'liiiiilunt with aalil M111II11 II.
KH..I. ...1,1 l.tl'..n.lu.tfr 11,'U.I.I U I',,, I, I r,t,l I,.
aimweraalil petition on or before tho third
Hiiturdiiy after the 3d day or Hejitoinlior, A. I).
ima. jons m. hujan,
llv.I. M. MiiliiM.lVKAV, Attiirney.
July as, lKia-iiw.
JOHN, I). WILKLN'SO'S ES
TATE. '
Probate Court, Vinton Co Ohio.
NoTlfK In beroliy given that llarrlaon Wllk
Inaon. Admlniiitrator of tlie Kutnte of John
It. Wilkiimon, doooawd, ha flloil lit" aucoiinU
in 1110 rruiiiim vuuri 111 1 iiiwh miuin.T, 1111111.
for linn! aettleinuutt and that Ibo aiimo U let
for bearliiK 011 811 tun lay
at 11 O'clock A. M.
Aug. HO, lrnu-tw.
Hitiitinnbnr la.
II. 11. MAYO,
1TOJ,
I'roljaU) judge.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
'I'll.llH.I.,..! I I..II1 I 1..I.T ,.,.ltll,t,l
K.vni'iitor of the hint will, ami lent anient of
tue emaiu 01 Aininnv ,1. aiartinuiii, utiu 01
V IiiIiiii mil,,,! I' I llil.i .!.. btt,..l All ,uiM,,lift
liulebti'il to (lie enlato, lire requcHteii to niuke
iiuniuiiiiiie iiiYineni. am mnme iiaviiix iiiiiiiui
airiiliiKt tlm Millie, ivlll iircnent tbein, ilulv au
tlieutli'iited lu lliu uiiilui lluni'il. for iillow
am:e. ' J. J .AlAin'IMtll.li.
Aug.9U,lH7.W.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
Prolate Court, Vinton (Jo., Ohio,
Nolli'4 la hereby given that .'Mm. Ann liar.
Cl'lll'l.. lid I Jliiii'iliiiii itl' Al.,,,,,.!. ll.i.itHi.l, n...u
1'olaiidj ha tiled her niToiniti i'or filial a'ettlu-
nielli., niii iiiiii, mu jiiiiiu 1. uir Hearing on
the 4lh dny Hupteniljei', IH"1, lit It ii'idouli
A.M. ll.U.MAVd,
August 13, 18T-4. I'lubnte Judgu.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
KtUitt ti A ml rue J, Viujlm, oVnM.
Hie tinilrrMlgnod haa been niinnlnlod nnil
qualified afi Ailiiiluiatral rlx ( tlio fifate of
Andrew J, IliggliiH, Into of Vlutuil nounty,
(., dneeaied.
liutodihn iHth day of ,lulv, a.. i. lmi.
HAUAllJ.IIKJOINH,
Attgiwt 13, im8-8w. A ainlnlatrnUir,
Wl keep win!niitly on ba rwl at thl of
nioamipiily of KN VKIOl'KH. upon
Wlileli a card of anv ihiaurlntbiii will h
Itrllililtl utlnw II, m ull Mr. . -
,.. m ,i,i,v nilorM IU IIKTV
card on the Uuvulopo unixl by tbm.
S; C. SWift
Chillicotlie, Ohio!!
Invites Attention of Buyers of Vinton County,
to my Stock of
BLANK BOOKS,
Ntntioiitii-y, Wall Paper and
Staple Notions.
THE EEMOVAL
-OP THE
COUNTY SEAT OF VINTON COUNTY
From 31eYvtlmr to Hamden,
Is being agitated, but the excitement over this is not half so
great as the announcement that
Toliri. "Wi Wilcox's
entire Btoclc of
Ei O T MI
is being offered
Within a Fraction of Cost !
In order to run it ctY in the next sixty days, to make room
for an IMMENM T0('K, oj.cned in Wti.feni1ii- . '
JOTXX W. WILCOX,
fAWJM, 01IW.
ml
mm
in
JOSEPH S. IIULIISr, has re
moved his
HARDWARE STORE
To the Dodge Build
ing, Etist of the
Post-Ofllce,
Where he
is closing -out
hlu
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK,
TBI CULT STOvX lUSE WITS
SLIDING OVEN DOORS.
PatsnUd Feb, 3 and Sept. 21, 1809.
SPOOK OF HARDWARE
At Grsat Bargains, With
a View of
MAKING A SPECIALTY OF
Stoves, Tinware,
ANH-
Hourto Iurnishing Groods!
Ills Kl.ii.ik ol'C K1IUXU SI'O V1C8 in not Mii-puio-oil bv anv nloru ("UtBlilool the eltle. 'Uionu
wlr-liliiu- lii aet un hniniii kc'.il mr. will 11,1,1 ..v..,i il.ln,. ii'w.v ,i u furiiinh a klti bun. llu
himgivntly lii.'.ita-eil I'ncilitloa for tho uiuniilai luro of tiuwiire, and v'll UH urilura from a
dUlance nl Wilol.li-j.U.IC FIUUKKB. Hcalora will II111I it to their nd'aMiKU t lui'cltae
ware of liiiu.
Kiioiitlng iin.l lionlliig done with iientnufK ami ilisimti'li . All klnda or Kill. IT I A SB for
anl.i, niul the heal SIC A I, IN i, WAX in the market. Jloaiim toeiill on him ueforu iiurchaaing
elaeivbeie. Two iluom Kaal of the 1'ont-omro.
July 3(1, 1H7U-II1. J. 8. liUIlX.
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THE WEST.
mm m m
X). PI. BALDWIN,
158 West Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS,
Incomparable in Workmanship, Matchless in Tone.
The Favorite Volley Gem Pianos.
Tiiii only popular medium-priced Piano;
well and thoroughly made,
AND OTHER STAND AUD lIANO(j.
THE UNRIVALLED ESTEY ORGANS,
For Parlor, Churclx or Library.
THKY POSSESS POWER,' SWEETNESS ANP VARIETY,
AND ARE UNEQUALLED FOR DURABILITY.
-A1.80-
Second-LIand Instruments
Of all styles and prices. Second-Hand Instruments, taken in
: , .1 exchange fer now ones. , .
3 Low Prices for Cash. Easy payments, or rented so the
rent will pay for them. Send for circulars.
J. S. IIULICK is our traveling Agent for Vinton county. Ad
dress, McArthur. ,,. ;,V .V 4 . -

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