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Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, - S OCTOBHttSO.'-lblil
I? iN, FRESHMAN,
190 W'l'.ST FOURTH STKl.tT,
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18 1111 authorized Agent to .rrlovo advent
uiunls tin' this paper. 1 1 h:.s speci'd n
riugemoiits with icligioiis, 0ricultt;i Hi an
.V, RESIDENT- D NT tT
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'.v J -4 A.'lve.rtlsi'1'W who mn.V, frtavb tho
i"lrt-tiof.VJi.'l.H ii 'i'lU'''!; '
'-vc'ib filirt. no lienor. H'.(ll(ia fuu.il the BSei
imi.fcrti'l liny,, kind tint, wish to nave
TfOv r'uitii; xitn ('itvoJlu in ui "i if o.lfi i' (miiI In uui'
' tliuo can receivd tlYein.
iH-rly" lioiuitK W
ImvivniwlB ai'iangM)'"'-' u" bv wo, citn at-t.-ini
l th'uJirmii'.li Hi biwii-t-h iif'lmv price".-
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i vBggigi.ifc.i 1 11 111 sivairtom
ivw'ui llcon full
.?h8..' Dilators .jviU 1)0; -ultsoletl
Dr. N. J. lto'rn IHlitUt. iluAi time,
The banks pay no premiuni 011
silver coin now. Ono bank in Cin
ciuniiti has began to pay it out.
Dead. A. W. King, the senior
pui'tuer of the well-known linn of
King Brothers, of King's Switli,
Athens county, died on Friday, Oe
If one of our ninrshuls had kept
si)ber we would not have hud a sin
In this towu it is the disturban
ce that get drunk and not the Mar
shal. The M. & (J. It. R. Co., in view of
the demands of its increasing
freight tralllc, has purchased tlic
ground bounded hy Park, Second
Smith streets, in Cincinnati, for the
use of their freight trains.
Dr. N J. liotrorK, li'iitint, JIi Arlhur,
Frank T. Magi:::, of New ly
mouth, Vinton county, who is now
attending tha Witten burg College,
at Springll '11, 0!uo, will acc pt
thanks for a copy of The Witten
bcrge) a journal devoted to 'the in
terest of that College.
Tin: Mayor of oU'.uUv;!!" w;js in
toivn on yesterday, t-ikinj; notes on
tlia municipal inanag 'inent of our
city. Lorun Sentinel.
That Mayor ouiht to come ov -r
to McAnhur and takv copies of the
notes our Marshal k -jt of ill din
turbances within tliu lim'ts oi V s
village. He would go away ,.s
gusted with tho"inuiii ipal m iuag
inent" of this place.
Funk kal Notice. I'lie inn 'i;il
seniion of Moluik D. IkiNi:, will
be preached by Eld. J. P.' EfiNO,
at the CliristiAii ChurclJn McAr
thur, on Sunday, November, 2, 187:5,
r.t 10 J- o'clock a. si.
Or. X. J Iliiwc.'M, DiiiliM, Al . In,'.,
Dkoi's.cal and Rlu'iiinatic per
sons lind the use of Speer's Port
Grajie yine of New Jersey, and
the Wino Bitters, of incalculable
benefit. Their purity and valuable
properties havo given them a wide
reputation among physicians
throughout this country and Eu
rope. Mr. Spoor, by u four years'
procCK3, ferments the grape to per
fect wino without the use of Alco
hol. Druggists sell them.
Are You going to Zaleski?
Certainly; go ' and sec what
"airs" they are patting on ui tho
House of Vill& Co., in that place 1
They have just received an elegant
assortment of goods from New York
and' Philadelphia. Wo advise the
peoplo to pay their IIouso a visit
let the ladies go and see the fine
dress goods. The careful selection
of tho latest novelties in styles, co!
ors, shades and fabrics, all of which
have been purchased at great ad
vantage and marked to sell at their
usual small advance on cost, mak
ing it an unusual degree worthy the
attention of everybody. The Sliuwl
department has been . newly sup
plied. The Clothing department is
far ahead of anything of the kind
ever Introduced in that town. Tho
IIouhj Keeping Goods', '4h as
blankets, quilts, . comfortables,
slicctings, table linens and dam
asks, towels, toweling, crash, win
dow lace, wiudow shades and fix
tures, carpets and, oil cloths, . rugs,
ottomans, etc., aro magnificent
Every thing you want if there; and
nt lower prices than "were ever be
fore heard of. ' '
tl.lNK-HIlOWN. At the ronliUwo of the
liililo'a puii'MlH, on 'lhtn'Ailiiy morning, Oo.
tohiir IW. WW, hy Huv. W. T. Joiicm, Miv
(JiMiiffu W. CI I nil, of Wllkeivllln, Vinton
canntv, Ohio, to MIni Miirv 1. Ilrown,
ilnnuliliir o J. I'. Ilrown, Lmi., of Jlnlu
lirlilc, Kow county, Ohio.
1 1. ARK (In Miimliiy, Onlnbor 5oih, 1H7I1, of
InlnrinlHiint I'ovnr, MlnnloS, (;Iiut.,(IhiiIi-
tur oi niiini iiini i hihiiib i
11 yeRM, 10 mini tin nnil tM Uayi,
tr nf Wllhini anil Taliltlia Clark. Aged
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''WINTER DRAWETH NIGH!"
Ngw York, PJiilaablpliia an! Mc Arthur
D3IRAliLE GOODS .AT PAN I
& Brothb: s Again
u R;A Ii D .0PEHI1TG.
"PROGRESS OF'TIIE REVOLU-CATION.-.
' A Y a i . P II .1.
; Aiwpys laiie anvaniagc oi an oui
fcr .rnerchants! Who? Why," Da.
WiLiy";iJc-BRoTiitn8!- They gainojl
theinaeaffTctory this time! Tar
king advantage of the panic prices
in New Yoik and Philadelphia, and
buying thousands and thousands ol
magnificent Goods at .
L0 A FIGURE3 FjR CASH,
They are now revolutionizing the
Vinton County Market! Their
goods are arriving now. They
GiiihIh tht arc lino uml ooils that aro rnro,
tiooiU Unit me rich mid guuilu that will
GooiIh Ihni lire (hfap.of quality K"od,
Far hettur than I'lsewhun-, tlini'8 well un
ilui'Btuoil. The assortment is large and re
markably varied the most com
plete stock ever before ottered by
that House. They havo
TUB LAHUl;ST 8TOCK OR .
READY MADE CLOTHING!
IloyM atid Children,
oyri.tis ()wn,a;iii l'l.lh, .
Camels ilair Clot h,
X .v., BI lie,
Grey, Gold, Oreeu
' and Itkick Water
Hats and Caps
CUSTOM BIA'DE BOOTS & SHOES!
Ladies' and Gentlemens' Fur
A Largo Assortment of Fancy
Shawls, ; (i:
v i , . White a no1.
: . . i.i f .:
. !; ;,'" Blanket
j . Jl' -
Ladies Fancy Winter Gloves,.
Ac., fec. ' A cotiipleto
, assortment of
CHOICE FAMILY GROQERfESI
Go and Bbe their ' goods I . .Tlioy
aro now prepared to give better sat
lufnctloh aud niako more mon, wo
men, and children happy than any
other House, because thoy make
them, more ' comfortable',,' for I W
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uiwuvjr.. ,:m ,,. .
TAXES OF 1873.
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County, Ohio.
FN PURSUANCE OF THE LAW, I, NELSOii RICHMOND, Treasurer of Vinton County, do hereby notify the Tax-payers rf said County, that the rate
" of :-Taxation for 1873, is correctly stated in 'the following fable, showing the number of Mills levied upon each Dollar valuation of taxable property in
each of the Townships, Incorporated Villages and School District in said County :
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TOWNSHIPS, INCORPORATED TOWNS,
... AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
" I i V J
Brown . v....';...
Swan r,; ....r.. v.,
Mc Arthur Independent School District; . . . ?t.v..i i.i
Part Attached to MoArthur liill. School 'Pistrict i.
Zaleski Independent School District
Richland , ;
Wilkesville Independent School District
Knox ; ,
The undersigned will attend at his ollice in McArthur, Irora the 1st day of October until the 20th day of December next, to receive Taxes; after which
all Taxes remaining unpaid, will be subject to a penalty of 5 per cent , . "
A person charged with Taxes may, at his option, pay the full amount of such Taxes on or before the 20th day of December next ; but is required by law to
pay one-half of the Tax on or before the 20th day of December next, arid the remaining half thereof on or before tho 20th day of June, 1874. A failure to
pay one-half the charges on Chattel Property on or before tho 20th day, of December next, renders the whole due, and subject to collection as in case
of Delinquent Tax.
.The Road Supervisors of the several Townships will take notice that Receipts for Road Tax cannot be taken unless written with ink, the amount to be
stated in figures and also spelled out, and the name of the Township must be written on the receipt.
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M. M. , M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. .
.8 .6 -1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.95 5.00 19.95
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .G 1 3.8 .5 2.00 2.50 18.00
.8 .6 '.1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .0 1 3.8 1.0, 1.33 3.00 18.33
.8 .6 r; 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 '.0 1 3.8 1.50 5.00 19.50
, ;8 ,.6 ; 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 ..6 1 3.8 1.0 .65 3.45 3.18 ... ...... 21.28
& .6 , ,1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 65 9.00 3.18 .5 26.33
Jbs--i'&'hXK ' 1 - 3.5 . 4,l;i ; .6 .1. . 3.8,, 1.0 ,65 9.00 .3.18 26.83
.8 '.e' - Vli '1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8' . 3.00 3.00 19.00
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .5 3.80 3.00 .50 20.80
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .5 3.80 12.00 .50 29.80
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 3.78 5.00 21.78
.8 ;6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .25 1.15 5.64 20.04
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 83 5.00 18.83
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .4 1.80 1.50 16.70
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 .4 1.80 7.00 22.20
.8 .6 1.1 1 3.5 4.1 .6 1 3.8 1.5 1.50 5.50 .. 21.50
McArthur, Ohio, October 8, 1873-6 Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
. BEYOND, THE MISSISSIPPI t-Thpus-nniU
have already rouc, and thousands moro
hid turning their cj'es towards now homes in
Hie fertile West. To tlioso going to Missouri,
KniisRu. Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming
Nevada. Oregon or California, we recomment'
a oh. ap, safe, quick and direct roil I e, via St
Lonit, over the Pacific Railroad, which runs
iU lino Duy Coaches and Pullman Sleepers
f om St. Louis to principal points in the West,
w'thout change Wo boliovo that the Mis--tjui
I Pni'illc Riiihond has tlio best track and
the finest and snltost eqinpmeiit of any lino
wi'slol' tlio Mississippi, and its connections
with roads fnrthor West are prompt and re
liable. Tho Texas connection of this road Is
now com pleled, and passengers aro offered a
allrstt'lass all-rail route from St. Louis to
Texas, either over tho Missouri, Kansas &
Texas It. It., via Sediilia, or over tha Atlan
tic & I'acillu K. I!., via Vinltn. For maps,
time tables, Information as to rates, routes,
Ac, wo refer our readers to 8. H. Thompson,
Kaxtorn Passenger Agent, Columbus, Ohio, or
!:. A. Kurd. G'n'r'l Passenger Agent St. Lou
. Mo. (Jui'slioiis will lie cheerfully and
'iiiinptly answered. ' tiSS-ly
Kmlfrratloii Turning. ('heap Farms in
South-west Missouri. The Atltintio & Par I lie
Railroad Company offers 1.200,000 nre:i of land
.'Central ami South-west Missouri, at from
i" 12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free
transportation from St. Louis to all purchns
I'rs. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
si'hoob., churches, and law-abiding society in
vite emigrants from all points to this land of
fruits and flowers. For particulars address A.
TroK, Land Commissioner. St. Louis, Mo. J-lv
Tilt! TTRKHT A"Nn SWKKTFRT l OP-LlVKI! (Ml.
i i ia r:ml & ( nswrlTs. in ai le on the ko.i .-Ittuv.
fioin fresh, selected livers, by i'Aswr.i.l..ll AZ
Alin & Co., New Yoik. It is iilwoluiel) -purr
and nwttt. Patients who never oni ii tiiKeu it
inefor It to all others. Physicians have del i
ilcd It Biipei lor to any of tho other ofM in fhu
market. ' 4t.
A CARD. A Clergyman, while residing in
Hon th Amorlca, as Missionary, discovered u
snfo and simple remedy for the cure of nerv
ous weakness, early decay, disease of iho
urinary and somiual organs, aiuMhu whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vln'oua habits.' Great numbers havo been
cured by this noble roinody. Prompted by it
dos Ire to benellttho till ii-toil and iiufortunatu.
1 will send the receipt for preparing nnd using
his medicine, In a sealed envelope, lo nny nun
Who uecds It, Frt of Clutrgtt . Address
ICUnOltS OF YOUTH. A gentlenuin
who sufl'ered for years from Nervous Oehility,
Premature Decay, and all tho cflocts of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for tho sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who mcd it, the re
cipe and direction for making tlio simple
remedy by which ho was cured.. Sufferer
wishing to profit by tho advertiser's expe
rience con uo so uy auurcssiiig, i iieriuci enn
fldimee, JOHN 11. OliDKK,
8U-3in c., .. No. ii Ceilur tt X. Y.
' For Ayor's Medicines, gotoO. W. fiisson's.
The Host Place. Tho choicest lot of Gro
ceries, CJuocnsware, Glusswnre, Notions, Xe.,
can be had at Duvls Duncan's Htore, in Za
leski, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken in exchange for goods, nt
his storo. In connection with his store lie has
a Hnddlo and Harness Shop, lind will repair
any thing in that lino on short notice and at
low figures. Uo and boo hhn , tf
" JOsici'IIT. IS MAN, '
Station T, Bible House, N. Y. City.
March 11), 1873-vl.nlU.
To the Suffering-. Tho Ituv.Wm.il. Nor
ton, while residing In Brazil as Missionary,
discovered in that land or medicines aremudy
for Consumption. Scrofula, Sure Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weak
ness. This remedy has ctirod myself after all
other medicines had failed. - 1 ;'
Wishing to boimnt the sufl'ei ing, I will send
tho recipe for preparing and using this rem
edy, to all who desire It, Freo of Charge.
. Please sond an euvolopo, with your name
and address on It. ' Address, '
llev. WM. II . NORTON,
016 Broadway. Now York CHy,
March 19, 1878-v7,nl0.
"For Fine Perfumery, go to HUwon'i Drug
i , i
For Puro Drugs and Modlclnos, go to 81s
on'l. . , '.' ''.
' ' PiTTRBUBdli, March, 18Y8.
We havo used large quantities of Ueymer
Bauinan A Co.'s Strictly Puro While Lead,
ami have always found It uniformly and finely
ground, very white aud of excellent body.
I purity wo havo never questioned, aud wo
ch (.rfully recommend It. ' 1 1 ' ' i
, TtlOMrSON MILLKK.' ''
'.,.,',, ... ', Muster Pulntefs,
Tintata of Oeorge Hull, Deceased.
n., i.. i. ....i hi. hwn iiiinnliiieil mid
J' EGAL NOTICE. ; i.
Thomas SI. Lytic amf Marry Lytlo Ill's wife,
whusu place of residence is unknown, will
take notice that on the 21st day of July, 1873,
John M. Sloan, tiled his petition in tho Court
of Common Pleas, in anil for Vinton County,
Ohio, setting up n mortgage lien upon the
following lauds, situate in Vinton County,
Ohio, to-wit: Tho undivided (h) of tho east
half of the north west quarter, and tho north
cant quarter of the north west quarter, and
tlm north west quarter, of tlio north enst quar
ter of Section 81, Township V, ltnngo 19. Also
the south east quarter of the north cast quar
ter of .Section 811, Township II, Knngo 111. A 'so
the ninth west quarter of the north west
quarter of Section 31 mid tho south west quar
ter of tiie south west quarter of Section !)0.
Township II, Itunge 18. except tho nortlK west
qiinrlei'oi'tlie north east quarter of Beetion 31,
Township II, Itunge 18, and asking that said
mortgage bo foreclosed, said lauds sold,' The
proceeds lirinijilil into court, (mil applied in
satisfaction oi his claim, against one Thomas
M. Lytle, for the sum of ? 1.7U4 IV), anil inter
est from January, VUtli, 1873. Haid Thomas M.
Lytle and wife lire parties defendant with
one Martin II. llrund; said defendant, Lytle
aud wife Is rcquhod to answer said petition
on or before tlio 15th diiv of November, A. 1).
181. JOHN- M. SLOAN,
ity J. M. Mrtin.i.ivH av, Attorney.
fcepleniliera-J, 1873 Bw.
i EORGE BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. Caroline
IHIuni. (lute Caroline Hull,) us Kxccuirlx of
tlio wiil of Ceurgo Hull, ileeensed, has fllcil
her lliwil n count herein; and that the same
is si t fur hearing on the 2Sd day of Novem
ber, 1873, nt 10 o'clock A. M.
11. 11. MAYO,
October 211, 1073. 4t ProbaU) Judge.
Pobats Cpi'i't, Vifiton Co., Ohio.
Xufliiu li lun'eli'y' given that Samuel' L.
:-i'oi. as tiiiiii'ilian of Andrew J. and Carrie
A. Mr Arthur, Illinois, hits tiled herein his
several iidiiiints with said wards for partial
seflli'iucnl; anil tho siiuiu aro set forth for
hearing on the 22d duy of November, 1873, at
11 o'clock A. M H.H. MAl'O,
October 211, 1873. 4t Probate Judge
Notice Is hereby giveti that .Tames McGll
llvriiy, guardian of l)oton A., Hiram 1). and
Kliliu A. Nixon, minor hells ol'Ueorge Nixon,
diTcaxt'il, has tiled his account for inspection
and partial settlement; nml that the sumo
will be for hearing on Saturday, November
i-M, 1873, at U o'clock A. M.
rr. n. mayo,
October 28, 18C3-8t. Probate Judge.
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AGRICULTURAL AND GOAL
LANDS FOR SALE,
Consisting of 300 acros, situated In Mudlson
nwnshln. Vinton Comity. Ohio, four miles
from MeArtluir, and one mile from Vinton
Station, on the Mariotta & Cincinnati Hull
road, on tho road lending from MoArthur to
Aniens, imio, uio acres oi n oon iiinii uai.
... ia nn,li... ...1.1.....!.., U. Af
"i uikivi uiiiwirf.iii.il, ,r iii.ii.n i.i a.1'.1.'I1I
Land, Well watered, feiitllolontly largo fur
two larms. two nwiiinnir nouses and nil otn.
er buildings, about 1-S of it mllo apart, upon
in a goon noigiiDnrnooti anu in
; Sjiio'- Hi;, ! W.y.. yxl
Ghkatkst Coal Regios
On tho lino of said Hnllroad. There aro
veins of Coal. 4 tent III thickness on the nrnni
ises, Olio vein covers the entire tract of land:
ono covers all except 4U acres, and one covers
nil except about 100 norm. Within 80 rods of
the hallway Switch, running from Vinton
Bintlou to yliiluii Fumaceia hwUi'Il ran bo
eonvcuiiiinry uuiiraoross tlur land to iheOnn
Vulns, Any person wanting property of tills
ih'sri Iption, could not do better than purchase
IMS acres ortheliiiiil beluiiif tu II. II. Domlnir,
uliu will give any further information, that
may lie desired, Will sell a: a bargain.
one hull is pal I it! or about the time of mile,
the bii.vi'i' may have sin h time on deleircd
piivini ul, uui lo exceed leu or llltcun rears,
as will itu liillsluitloty. Inquire upon the
premise or minruss 11. 11. iiKnilMU,
flfllyyl'fttf,,.!. Vinton Station O
jyjITIIOFF HOUSE. .
JAMES MILLKK, - . - Proprietor.
Charles G Baikd, - - . Clerk.
Houso newly furnished; as a first-class ho
to), the House stands unrivaled. Flue sam
ple rooms on the first floor. - - eu2U.
13:3: 3D EIT, o.
WE have purchased and fitted up the
above mills, a d solicit the trade of
the farmers of this vicinity.
Special attention given to
And earn given to please alt customers. Mr.
A. A. COZZLNS, an experienced miller, has
charge of tho mill, and will uot tail to deal
fairly and give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On band, and for sale nt
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
July 80,-1878. . COZZEN8 A JOHNSON.
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JiOsscs'. li'prmpily"!. iiujusted
without litigation,. , ,. , ,'
THE LANDS, LOTS AND PARTS OF LOTS in tho County of Vinton, forfeited to tho
State for the non-payment of Taxes, together with the Taxes and penalty charged there
on agreeably to law, ure contained and described in tho following list, viz:
Jones, Mason j
Ik'iin, Joseph II
Tin ker, Isaiah
Stato of Ohio
Rartlett, Sylvanus (In-Lot)
Finney, Alvln do
Sanger, Jacob. .'
And notieo is hereby given, to all concerned,
snld list he not paid into the County Treasury,
ln;ftre tliosocoini Momtnv in December.
nfm'iii Id mi wit It'll thft 'Ptt vno nml I'ntmlt-ina
aforesaid, on which tho Tuxes and Penalties
. . On the Second Monday in December, 1873,
he exposed for snlo at tho Court Houso, In said Countv, in order to satisfy snch Taxes aud
Penaltios, and that said sale will be mfjourned from day 'to day until each and every tract,
lot and part of lot of laud specified in said list shall have been disposed of, or offered for sale.
McArthur, Ohio, October 16T3.-4W
gECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
Showing tho exact amonnt of monev In tho Treasury at the close of the last business day in
August, 1873, together with all other Property. Bonds, Securities, Claims, Assets,
and Effects, belonging to the County, In the custody or under tho
. control of said Treasurer :
Namk of Fund.
County Fund.. ,
Poor Fund ,
Building and Infirmary Fund
School 1' uud, (general account)
Township and Township Poor Fund.
Township Koad Fund -
Interest, ou Section 29 - ..
Principal of Section 29 '.
Principal of Section 10 ...... .;
Teacher's Institute Fund
Special Township Fund
lleduinption of Lands
We, tho iinderiigned, Treasurer and Auditor
that the foregoing Statement is a truo exhibit
of Vinton County, belonging to each Fund, as
18751 FALL. 1875!!
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Goods, Small "Wares,
jSTew. Stock, Low
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LAND SALE !
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0 partnwqr 8 170 ll OH
35 aw sw 40 84 0 00
3(1 partehfsw 83 85 5 33
22 nwptnwso IK 8 70
10 pnrtuwuw (Min. right) 251 16 89
18 partwhfofwhf 22J 109 1011
30 so no 8!l 191 11 07
one-third 209 11 01
1 part, second addition 105 4 71
40 s hf (25 feet) 125 11 88
that if tho Tax and Penalties charged on
anil tho Treasurer's receipt produced therefor,
ouch tract, lot and part of lot so delinquent as
vnmnin itntinid will
remain unpaid, will,
W1UL.1AM IV. JinijIOUU.
Auditor Vinton County.
od8b , i.2s
d a .;! 8 2
"lfi,95 m ti-1,272 40
4,409 to 2,31100
11,8111 21 8,1 85
WSM (K 7,178 08
l,85fl 45 608 19
89 47 85 18
106 99 84 61
2,405 N4 8,240 49
(38,880 13 120,443 18
of Vinton County, Ohio, do horoby certify
of the Amounts remaining in the Treasury
appears or record in tne Aumior-s oiucc
W. W. BELFOIID. Auditor Vinton County.
NELSON KICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County,
S. O. Swift,
. - C1ULLICO
Is In advance of all eomnetltors. It I.i t!.
only Hue miming through cars to the Wont
Omillhllfl trAtlllfm. fiiri'liicrA all .hflnm,! nnff
delays avoided by runiiii
CIAT. TIAir V Iivl'a
COCIIES, As follows:
For all points In ' -. ' '
Iowa, Nebraska and California.
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 8:4
P. -., IiKllanapolls at 3: 45 a.m., running
through Blooinfngton, Peoria, Galesburg,
Burlington, Ottumwa and ('res ton, arriving at
OMAHA at 10:00 A. M.. NEXT DAY, hours la
advance of any other route, making bat a
change of cars to
Get yonr tioketa via Indianapolis &d Peoria
U L JAM A n
For all points Id
Kansas, Colorado and the Southwest
Tha Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 5: '
r. ., inuianapoiis at tt:uu p. ., runnlni
uiruuK" uanvKio, Liecaiur, Jacksonville a
Quincy, arriving In KANSAS; CITY at 9: 61
r. ., n-n iAi, noun in auvanceor ml
j.uui. iiucs, niamng oiiDone cnange oi cars t
UUMUOLT, FT. SCOTT and DENVER.
Got your tickets via Indianapolis, Danvllll
Hock Island i Davenport. V;
The Through Coach leaves Cincinnati at 3 4t '
P. M., Indianapolis at 8: 00 p. u. running
through Bioomington, Peoria and Galva, ar
riving at ROCK ISLAND at 10: 89 A. sr.. DA
but one change of cars for poinU in '
MOBTHIBN ILLINOIS and IOWA. '
Get your ticket via Indianapolis and Peena.
Pullmali's Palace Drawing-Hoom
and Sleeping Cars.
Rua throuirh from Cincinnati tn Peoria Ami
Indianapolis to Rock Island.
Traveler to any Western point can now
take their satchels, bandboxes and bundles.
solect a comfortable seat aud keep it to desti
nation. On account of these through and
convenient arrangcments.elegant equipments
and quick time, this routo Is now Ms great
yt'jmuir mvroiujnjara veiwetn tut jcau ami
C. W.SMITH, Oen'l Manager,
' ITrhrnia- III.
JNO. Vf. BROWN, Gen. Pau. Tkt. Aft.,
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad
On and after November 9, 1872 Trains will
run as loiiows:
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ji'A oo t- i v'ieonnn HMdoi
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CINCINNATI EXPItESSwill rundallv. AH
Other trains daily, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI EXPltESS, east, makes no
stod between Ilamden and Athens.
' Mnil ' AccnmrnndsfA
Don, Ilamden 8 :45 d. ni. 6 :1 5 a. m.
Arr. Jackson 4:24 " .7:21
Portsmouth 6:45 " 11:20 , .
TRAINS CONNECT AT LOVELAND
For all points on tho Little Miami Railroad,
and at the Indianapolis Ai Cincinnati Kail
road Junction for all points West,
W. W. PEA BODY,
W. K. LANKFSTKIt, , , i . , ,
Master ol Transportation. ' '
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Koute to the National Capitol
-- .... - .
On and after Monday, November 19, Trains
will run as follows:
EASTWARD. Cin'nati Fcut Vail-
Essprai Lin Bvprtt
Parkorsburr 855 Am 8 40Pm ........
Cumberland. .. . 2 35 Pin 8 88 Am 844 Am
Harpors Forry.... 903 ' 5 51 " 1 1 pir-
Washington June. 880 8 20 " 445 "
Baltlmoi-e 8 55 11 S45 " 605
Washington 10 00 " 10 09 625 '
Philadelphia 285 Am 120Pml24Pm
New York 615 " 410 " .
Depart. 1 ' I1
New York 12 80 Pm 8 80Am 920 Pm
Philadelphia 12 54 Am 11 48 Pm 4 0OAra
Washington 645 I'm 8 00 ' 800 Pm
Baltimore 8 00 " 4 05 Am 8 SO Am
Washington June. 8 20 " 4 25 920 "
Harper's Ferry... 12 Oft Pm 659 1204
Cumberland 500 10112 " 845Ant
Parkeraburg 0 25 " 1190 "
Pollmaa Palsot Drawing Room Blteplof Cars, -
Which are a comfortable, elegantly fnrnlsbml
and almost equal to a Ore-sido. aro on all
trains from Cincinnati to Baltimore and
Washington. BceScheduIo of Cincinnati au4
Mariotta Railroad for time of arriving and de
parting from MoArthur. ,
The advantages of this route over all other '
Is, that it gives all travelers holding througl
tickets the privilege of visiting flaltlmor
Philadelphia, and the National Capitol free.
Time quicker and rates of fare lower thai
by another route.
The scenory along this Railway is not
equalled for grandeur on this Continent,
to snip ps Rs or rnsieor. '
This Una offers snperler Inducementsthe
rates being one-third lower to and from Bos. -ton,
Now York, or any othor ntrn point.
In ordering goods of any description fi.mthe
East give tliiwtlons to ship rLi llaltluiora 4
Ohio II. It., and Inshlnplng Knst glvo sime rtl
rcetlons. Freights shipped bv this route will
have despatch, ami he handled with oar tai
save shippers much inourv.
i i , K.Ciril.KORn, .
Ucri. Freight Ag't. Balllinoiv'
L. M. COLE. .
uen.i icket Ag't. Baltimore
Gen. rus. Ag't., Cincinnati.