All for Christ.
Among those who sought
and found Christ in the ,gre;it
revival of 185S, was James ,
an Englishman, 45 years old.
-All his life he had been a sail
or.; and at length he . shipped
with an American captanv Mr.
B- ,who fiRe'd him so well
that he persuaded him to come
with him to America, and be
come a member of his family. "
When the revival began,
James went one evening into
the chapel. The next evening
he went again, and with oth
ers asked for the prayers of
God's .people, that he might be
brought to Christ.
Hut Captain B , "cared
for none of these things," and
told James that if he attended
he -meeting he must lose his
place. But James replied, ."I
want to be a Christian, and I
must go. I shall serve you all
the better Captain B ,"
'; Before . many days he found
Christ. Captain B - then
told him that he must leave ofl'
. going to Church, or lose his
place. James carried this, his
great trial, to the Lord Jesus,
and found strength for the time
That night he went again,
expressed a determination to
follow Christ, and the next
morning Captain B dis
missed him from his service.
But James soon found a
home in a Christian lamily,
connected himself with tht
church, and is still living and
working for Jesus. Captain
B died a few years after,
"without God and without
James still finds the promise
sure, "Them that honor me I
will honer." "lie who heareth
the young . ravens when they
cry," did not forsake the soul
. who trusted in him.
The startling announcement
is made by the retiring chap
lain that the Binghamton Asy
lum for Inebriates is a failure,
only three out of eighty-two
patients being permanently
cured of the drunkeness for
which they were treated. We
hope ' our information is false.
But there is another style of
treatment we suggest as worth
trying. We seek for it through
investigation. Last summer, in
a religious meeting held in
Fourth Ward, New York, we
heard men say that they had
been drunkards, but had been,
by the grace of God, not only
pardoned, but entirely cured of
the thirst for strong drink. We
believe them. The time will
come when religion will do
many things that we will not
now let it do. If there are
cases, and we are ready to point
thorn out, where conversion has
not only set the heart right but
revolutionized the body, why
not declare a new era ? What
inebriate asylums cannot ac
complish the Lord is ready to
accomplish. Give our religion
elbow-room, and it will reclaim
empty jails, and make poverty
a curiosity to look at. The ago
of miracles will come back
when the church of God will
The jury in the Wick case,
at Springfield, Ohio, returned a
verdict sustaining three counts
in the indictment charging
him with having embezzled
$90,000 whilo acting as Treas
urer of Clarke County. The
counts upon which ho is con
victed foot up the sum of $30,-
300. Mr. Wick was a Re
publican. He will have a new
Complaint having been made
of the quality of St. Louis beer,
the brewers respond to raising
tho price. They assert that
they must have a better price
l&i"J, aiso iii. balance of er.ch l'titil rental ;:itty in
tlic Treasury ut Bivitl ckto:
K K C K I H' H i U 1 ail ' K S K -. B A L A N L' K,
NKT. . MKNTB. I A (.'.) 73.
building ami Inlli niary
School mill School IIouho
Township and Township l'oor.
Interest, Section 2D '. ; . . .
Corporation , ,
To redeem lands sold for taxes .
4, Kill 112
543 ti l
4,67 o i
103,G'.)2 8S 00,133 SO,
REPORT OF THE EXAMINING COMMITTEE.
To Hon. IP. K. Hastings, Judge Vinton County
Common Pleas Court : ,
Your Committee, appointed to examine the Report
of tho Commissioners of Vinton County, 0., for tho
year ending Angust 30, 1873, do report that they
have examined the same and find it correct; except
one item of $50 allowed to T. A. Murray, for spacing
New Index Books, which said item, wc are of the
opinion is included in previous contract with said
U. S. CLAYPOOLE, Pros, Att'y,
U. S. CLAYPOOLE, Pros, Att'y, E. N. BARNHILL,
Committee. Decmber 17, 1873.
Times are hard when money is scarce, good
when it is plenty. When speculation profits and
extravagance ruus riot, and fashions rules
supreme, and the people forget God, there are
who say the times are prosperous. But
from just such times, we have received our
visitation of fraud, corruption, embezzlement,
panic, prostration of trade, enforced idleness,
and all the alarms which now awaken dismay
hereand consternation there.
We have misused our prosperity and in
these days of financial adversity are bidden to
consider, and turn back and resume the good
old paths of honest work, just -economy and
prudent dealings. Should the present lesson
of the duly conned and faithfully practiced, it
will prove in the end to bo the beginning of
an era of genuine prosperity to our nation.
When things are at their worst, they are most
prepared to bo mended. And centaiuly a
courageous peoplcas the Americans are, will
fail to address themselves to the task of
rebuilding where there has been an over
throw.'' We, therefore, think while just now we are
going to school to experience and are being
chastised by the hand of adversity; affairs,
over whic there has been much lamentation,
and, in fact, steadily improving.
The immediate burden to be borne may in
be heavy, but it will toughen shoulders,
brace backs grown weak from self-indul-
;ence, and call into exercise the higher facul
which ever thrive best in seasons that
manhood by other than ficticious stand
But we shall sadly miss themeaning of the
present distress if we fail as a people, to find
it in a reproof of the inteiise devotion to pure
material interests, which has resulted in
temporary collapse. .We have all seen
comes of an attempt to serve God and
Mammon equally, or to serve Mammon alto
gether, and God not at all.
Matrimony in America.
In ideal matrimony the husband and wife
not absorbed into each other by any moans.
.They remain totally separate individuals, with
their own afms, desires, and loves, but
blending as it wero into ono whenever union
necessary, lhe wife in this marriage is no
slave or toy of her husband; but equal compan
ion, friend, and advisor, inspirer, stimulator,
even agitator. Him she meets with open,
frank eyes, not in the barbarous fashion of
Western Europe, abashed and submissive ; and
him she leads on to a higher and nobler life,
not administering to his base material com
and ease, but urging him ever onward. The
husband, knowing Lor tn be his equal in
every respect, mental and moral, naturally re
gards her with tho deeper veneration gthat she
physically his inferior. This . ideal condi
tion, according to the account of many foreign
observers, actually exists somewhere in this
country where wo-have never seen stated but
probably not in Connecticut, Indiana, or Illinois.
The Galaxy for December.
The will of the lato King of Saxony is dated
1854. His Majesty, has left his two favor
ite country seats, which were his private prop
erty, tho one, Jahnishausen, to tho Queen
Dowager; the other, Castle Wesentein,
his second son, Prince George. The late King
memoirs, edited by Ilerr von Witzleben,
long timo his aid-de-camp, vill shortly be
Captain W. M. Vandcrbilt has been recalled
to the service of the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company, he having retired in 1809, after twen
ty years' serviceas Superintendent Ho has
gone to San Francisco to superintend the
building of several vessels and otherwise
look after tho affairs of the Company.
t. ...! - 1
When a man named Taylor spells his nmo
Tayleure it looks as though his early education
" " part allowance tinilur school hiw
W. V. Jt.liW.l. willing three bonds
March 24, 1873.
Ordered notico to ho given of tlio Intention of tho Hoard to build
the following bridges to-wlt:
Ono covered bridge across Big Ruccoou Crock, lu Brown Town
ship. Ouo covered brldgo across Littlo Koccoon Crook, in Clinton Town
8lli. . .. . . . ,
And onij open m-iugo across nig itaccoon, in nnox luwnsiup.
Also that sealed oronomiU willlio received at the Auditor's ollloo.
until thrco o'clock P. M., on tho 89th day of April, 1873. , ,:
O. W. Oilman, part payment on Infirmary contract 8,000 00
1). Will & Brothers, Timothy seed for Inllrmavy farm 85
Samuel (Mark right of way for briilgo 18 00
W. W. Hclford, one-half allowance under School Law
forls7J , 100 00
W. W. notion, balance llrst half under School law-lor
1H73 50 00
O. T. Gunning, counsel for Commissioners 8 00
Edward Ferry, (support of John Cullender, non-rosidout
pauper no vi
April 29, 1873.
Awarded tlio contract for building tho Wortman bridge in Brown
Township to G. W. Filchor, nt $1,460.
Robbins bridge, in Clinton Township to It. D. Edwards, at $1,275;
and Hockley bridge in Knox Township to U.K. Hull at flUD.
Transcript from docket of John Drako, Stato vs. John Barrett.
Hiram Hulhcrt. boarding Jurv.. . . . '.
J. W. Howon, printing for County.
t. o. rtcwcoinu, sitiuotiary .
W . W. liellord, writing contract and for postago,
icoocrc sago, straw ana lining bed-ticks In Jail
W. W. liellord, part salary, quarter ending June 6, 1S78...
T. A. Murray, part on Index contract
(ieoigo Iloldrcn, balance on liolon bridge contract.
ii. u Hoimins. repairing briilgo In Clinton Township
William Clark, " Harrison Town-'
Thomas t Magoo, support Bridget Mooro," non-rosidout
,, Hyui'or 07 00
Catharine lagan, support 1'atrick Riley, uou-rosidont
jjiiupui- -4o no
ALLOWED. April 30, 1873.
Examined orchard, Bet on tho Infirmary farm and condemn tho
IT. 8. Clnypoolo, counsel for Commissioners
Patrick Kelly, services as Commissioner, 10 days, 40
1 25 00
J. B. Martin, services M Commissioner, 10iiays,24 miies..
May 21, 1873.
Slct as Board of Equalization.
Township Assessors' returns not nil In. 1
Board adjourned until Thursday, Juno 5, 1873.
May 22, 1873.
Ordered that notico bo riven, that scaled proposal will bo receiv
ed at Auditor's olllce until 8 o'clock P. H., Junu 23, 1873, for building
two open box bridges in Knox Township.
0. W. Gilmnn, part payment on Bobbins tridgo, in Elk
Township JC00 00
J. & W. (iold, fruit trees, and setting sumo on Infirmary
""" , uuo
June 21, 1873.
Petitioned of It. B. McGonaglo and others, for a County Road in
Knox Township, presented. View nud survey ordered.
II. J. Iiohertson, support of Mary Cottrill, lunatio $900
. 1). inters, sustaining lunatics 2S1 00
" " " " prisouers 179 05
S. 11. Ulloui, repairs in Surveyor's odlco and Jail 0 50
it. ii. uiMiuji, iiieuiuu services ronuereu, non-resident
r"i"-' 20 00
Tuesday, June 3, 1873.
O, W. Oilman, contracted ronmva nlmmm Tniin.n iv..
3U0 00. ' ' iu
O. V. Oilman, balance on Ilnlihlns hrMini. vit Tn.
I 8 40
U. S. Climioolo, Attorney fees, Klchard Timms, Vs." Com
Kii'hmoiid & Ilulin, Sundry articles' "per' County' 'of-
I! CITS -
Wolf, Pearco & Co.. Sundry ft'rtlcl'r'Y 'ii'or' fS;"!
.Tot) Lllrn. hfiirp.nltlnii. fix li.iintli.o '
(5. W. sisson, Sundries per County orilcers. . . . . . ."!'.'.' .'.','
... . . . . m, .-mjini.y ui ncies per i-ouuiy nrtlcles i .
Gilmnn, Ward Co., Sundries per County olllcers. and
(1 ivm fi ii .1 utwii.itlr.i.. 1.... ...r.u:.i "
,Ir .. .. . ivv.ii.vntiuu n.i uimuuts v
U. A . Holland, Clerk fees, Itiehnrd Tiinms vs. Commit
George Kaler, Sheriff fee's',' itic'liard Timms 'vs.' Coinmis- ,
!;?l,!?r&i.1','."1''',0' Sl""l''.v nrticiej per County' officers.'.','.'.'.'
H . W. llelford, freight paid on box of hooks
Uicster I rencli, rciiairs in Jail mid Jailer's rosldeneo. ...
i . i'iiiihiu, aiuiury arucies per Deputy Sheriff for luua-
S. C. Steinbrook, nbstrnct of ;iiel'd notes of viu'to'n' t'o'iin-
W. W. lii'lford, lialance salary as Audi tor,' for tii'oqua'rter
end n ir .liino A 1
W. W. Hlforjl, part (illowa'nco'unde'r'iict'o'f Apr'ii 17,1807.!
. .,.,1,,, , i09UUUU unier ior siu oui eacn
for his salary ns such Auditor.
June 4, 1873.
J. W. Bowcn, stationery for T-ennnrv and Rurvnvnr mm
V inhlngton Keeton, sustlnlnng John' Fee. lunatio. i so On
Made tho following levies to-wlt I
For County purposes, 4 .1 mills on the dollar.
Huilding and Inflruiuiy fund 8.8 miles oo tho dollar.
For County poor, 0 mills on tlio dollar, I
June 5, 1873.
O. n. Bell, part payment on briilgo, South of Allons-
G" ''vine11' ' lmj'"l(m' i'''i'ljo West ' of ' Alieiis
Jaines Wortman, bonrii Ar Jury, May'toriri'. !.'.'.' .'.'.' .'.'.' .'.'.' .'.','
1 200 00
Ilfilll.l ll.n. A.f..A I... .... . . ....
i.... , .-.. !".'":? "u KVU. iat soainu proposa s, for tho bn
" t ,r' ,,,r,",lK"' TM,1MI,,," Kork of HU Creek, In II rr -
p oMond, y.iiyli.,irtivod 111 tl,u Amlltor'8 o,uuo' unin ,,,:iock
K, 1 I, )? l L?.S" !i' V.'!lS0l!.?.f .f1. ""W M pnrad
i,,r .,, ;. .;. . I , i" "' . "mi iiuiiiiiruu an oruer to lo issued
lor aanio iipiiu coiniilction of said contract. "
w....v.. mv v, . iHnnui, repair teneos on lullrmary farm.
Paris Hoi ton, chair for Surveyor's onloo
IMchnnl CriilL. innLliwr ,n.ii.i.iif.n n.... f..n
v'i vfn u-y'.H01'v u 'S """'Xfouor (I days, 45 miles.
W'Mii'gt'u Keeton, " " in if ou
J. II. Murtin, . " ii u 5? "
As board of Equalization mndo tho following cbangog to-wlt:
Deducted from viilnnilnn .,ri... ii w.. ,,
nation of (iuMot K 31""! ,
(J IT, "w Ul J rUU TICK
Afldflil llHH tn vnltinl Li if i.nH r.. vt ma .
Ai ded fiH ti viiliiiiil.m ,.t v.. u ii in . . .
S. .Miller. on. a, it ukusviuu, in namo or Jl.
AdllCll ill) in Vnlnnlliti nf r..i..i i. mm ...
James McNnl. " """"'V""-'. nnmo or
E. Al'rso.fag? vftluall" of '""lo'No.18, Wllkesvlllo, In nn.no of M.
MarirlS!.! ni,,ntlono,In lot No' 4J' '"Bvllle, In name of
.tM',fV',,!1?!""ov,ll,"lllo'"f Out-lot No. 8, Wllkesvllli). In namo of
AtMlJll 113 to Vnllinl.tnn nf tn.l.f V Ai iffifTrr;rrm-. .
George Kerry. ' """"""'"i m namo of
A.I.L..I till 1 1,,.1..nil.. . 11 t
A ii ii st ti i W l 1m" ii i i i p . wuKosvillo, In Balh. r
K()(lllCt!(l JoiiuMlflli HlnriVa A UUIIBIIItillllt ll m m
3,500 to 2,500. miuu iownsniii.irom
June 23, 1873.
Nancy Dowd, sowing for lunatics
J. W, llowen, printing for County
U' UTowiii siil'p 1,ttrtl",'"":"t 011 WobWiii bridge, Cliii'toii
Trausorlpt, Stato vs. Owen Gullagber.
J "Y'jartiu y' tol"";,,',slo"or' 8 '".V 40 lo
W. Ktictoii, " 1 "
SPECIAL SESSION. July 28, 1873.
Contract for liulhllng a covered brldgo across Middle Fork.'of Bait
... ..... mivii wTTiirm;t uirlUUU W AlUX H Urtl AI 10VU,
J. w. Itnwon, printing for County 18080
v. ... ..1 ii, ui v imymeui un nuuion nriiigo, urown Town
ship , 125
1' W'f .('' ,v": "ulll'"' lnr' paymentnn Index contract.. 600
n.u. r,iiwnn s, pan imynioiit on Jlobhlni bridge, Clinton
T. A. Murry, spacing new Journal I n rlo x 'lw mk ." ." .' ." .' V
Patrick Kelly, Commlimloncr, B days, m miles '
J. II. Martin, " fl " 24 it
" 8l")"t.Sup'rlntoii.lliig Inflrmarv biilMlng.,,.
Washington Keoton.Coiitinlssioner 8 days, 24 in I let ... ,,,
ALLOWED. W. W. BELFORD, Auditor.
WASHINGTON KEETON, J. B. MARTIN,
Ol1., tllO JlceolntS i'lncllltllno' Imlanpn Ri.iitnm1mi R
1872,) and DiHburscmouts by tho TrcaHurcr of Vin-
! ?.,'.! O'liti, ri:piili'li:'j Jail i.hliiiiiiv. ',..!..,".'. I.
.luiin It Ki'mdy, iMjjairiii; hridtju SOi'lh Allonsvlllu
(illnian. Ward .V Co.. iiiercntiiidiso iii-'('iiniii.v finlinifu .
A. L, iluiitor, hoarding and washing for Prisoners,
.. .. .. J.unatlcB,. ......
Trausorlpt from docket of A. II. Turvoy, amounted to $8 :
Tuesday, December 5, 1872.
'..( i ; , i . . .
Viewors' report of alteration of a County Uoad, petitioned for by
Un M. Urnun and others read soooml time. . ' .
Viewers' report of County Itoad, petitioned for by John Srartlu
and others read second time. 1 ,
Examined orders deuosited by Treasiuor, and found tho- samo
cuiiipuru liitu rucuiii nieieoi. .. .
(ieorgo lloldren, vart pnymont on Itolou brldgo,'. 1
U; S. Clavnoolo. Counsel forConimlsslniinr
J. W. Uowen, printing for County,
, , .
Forrel & Hull, balaucoon Swift bridge,
Gilmnn Ogan final payment ou Hawk bridge,. .
O. W. Ullman, bridge plank,.
Transcript from dookot of N. Slmonton, J.
Kicnam iiiiig, niaKing uoiniiiisslonors report, ,
11. Iledd, broaklHHt for Jury and Sheriff,
LanU & Pearco, merchandise por County olllcors,...
Darios Forrul. Imlancoou Piniinv limlirn. .
Wednesday, December 4, 1872.
Viowors' roport of alteration of County Iload, petitioned for by
Uri M. Uroen and others road third time, and road ostabllsbod.
Viewere' report of County Hoad, petitioned for by John Martin and
others rend third timo, ami road established.
Olllelnl bond of Nelson Richmond, Treasurer, approved.
Official boud of II. Ii, Mayo, Probata Judgo, approved.
L. D. llarnos, repairing Jail ' 1 00
Dr. J. Doddridge, modical attendance on Prlsonors, 1 00
D. Tlooth, amount paid for shaving Prisoners, 1 80
A. W. Ullom, plan and specifications for Infirmary, ito... 45 90
O. T. Gunning, agent merchandise por County oflicors 85 40
G. W. Sisson, merchaadlso nor County officers 13 95
John Mayo, examining Commissioners roport,
i. b. iuypooiu, - lu
E. N. llarnhlll, " " 15
Levi Kohinott, repairing bridgo In Knox Township 10
T. A. Murray, part payment on Index contract 150
W. W. llelford, services as Auditor, one year 880
Amount paid for cleaning Court House and for Postage.. 0
Thursday, December 5, 1872.
I)r. A. Wolf, medical attendance on John Foo, lunatio, ....
" on Prisouers,....
Richmond & Iluhn, merchandise per County oflicors,
John T. Hnper, publishing Commissioners' Report of 1809.
Washington Keeton, support of John Fee, lunatic, and
clothing lor samo
Washington Kootou, 7 days, and 11 miles; services ns
Patrick Kolloy, servloes as Commissioner, 9 days and
J. B. Martin, services as Coiumiss loner, t day und 13
II. It. Swiftin, services ns Commissioner,' ' from Juno 22,.'.'
11. II. Swaim, two boxes for uso of Infirmary,
Transcript from docket of II. Saire.'Hbrtn vs. James Cauirhcnniii'.
CO. State vs. Juines Caldwell 12U 00, and Stato vs. Crittenden
Shockoy, 8 55. t
A wanted Uencirifl Indox contract in Clork's ofllco to G. W. & C.
W. Holland at 1,500 00.
A warded Ueueral I udox contract in Probato ofllco to II, B. Mayo,
at 1,500 00. '
$ 1 37
January 6, 1873.
Snlnnhil n nllnAn TnflM.ii..i f.,n AnI T-n
. ni,. uu iiiiiiiiiiiij luiin, wii ii i i.'ii ki ui ijij. mi i ii ii runny
building, and ordered legal notico to ho given of their intention to
erect said building. Also that sealed proposals will ho received at
tho Auditor's olllce for tho erection of same, until January 81, lb73.
Tuesday, January 7, 1873.
Appointed Richard.Graig to (111 vacancy in ofllco of County Sur
Commissioners go to Eaglo aad Richland Townships to examine
hrMt: .. . ..
vunuura n un .i nines oiocKs to repair aiunugo across tie
Crock in Eairlo Towiishin.
January 8, 1873.
AlltllOrizO Auditor tn IaRUA An nriliil fn .Tnmoa Qf.nilra f.
brldgo, for$50 00.
Ordered tllllfc notice bn rivnn Lhnf: sonlnil urmmenl will lin runnlir
cd at tho Auditor's ofllco, For the building of two covered bridges
luuusn Milium rem oi auu i-rcoK, uutu 2 0ciock P.M., ou lllo
day of February, 1873.
II. Hcdd. breakfast for Slinrlirsnd Jury t
L. Haynor, repairing coal-house,
u. d. viayuooio, counsel and preparing notico lor Com
missioners 6r nn
L. Sprague, balauco on extra work ou Court iiouso and :
January 9, 1873.
Official bond of Richard Craig, Survoyor, approved.
O. T. Gunning, two sets Swan & Critcbfleld $
Thomas Ankrom, brldgo plank,
Siobort & Lillcv. stationery
J. 11. Martin, services us Commissioner 7 days and 12
Patrick Kelly, services as Commissioner 4 days and 20
January 31, 1873.
O. T. Gunning, merchandise por County Olllcers
Rebecca J. 1 luntur, boarding and washing for lunatics. . .
Siliert ft Llllev, for stationery
Richmond & Iluhn, for hardware for Court Iiouso
J. W. llowen, for printing and stationery
milium uoiuu, repairing uriuge
Ordered that tho Auditor issue rlunllcntn Order Nn. K tn 10.
Wolf for $ . (Original OrdurNo. 83 havinir been lost.)
Orderod that tho Audior purchase a sulllcient amount of CoiM
supply the County Offices for tho remainder of the Winter, and t
issue un inner ior me sumo wnen iieuvereii.
Ouened hitls for erection of iuflriu&rv Hulltfhiir! anil considera
tion of same publicly. .
A illn.ii.i.ii.l .....il V..l...a.ir 1A 1 0TTO
..UJVHIUVII UM..I KVVIUMI III, lUIUl
February 10, 1873.
Awarded tho contract of biilldinor two Covered Ilridires
Middle Fork of Salt Creek, In Hicbliiud Township, to Joseph
in f-ii'i Him foio respectively.
Awarded tho contract of erecting tho Infirmary Building to O. W.
Gilmnn at $9,915.
Appointed J. 11. Martin to superintended tho erection of said lu
O. u. Boll, repairing fill to Moonvillo brldgo
Hicnum iciinonis, rcpnring county i.. run hit
U, H. Chiypoole, writing Iiillrinnry Contract Bond
x. u. inivis, uook case nnu uusk lor uouiitv nurvovors
O.T. Gunning, repairing Clock in Recorder's Ofllco :
February 11, 1873.
Purchased throo hundrcil Applo Trees of J. & W. Gold, nt a
of twenty cents each, to lie set on Infirmary Farm, total $00.
Made contract with L. Rayiior to construct privy ou Count y
W. W. Bolford, salary as Auditor, fromDoccmbcr 4, 1873,
$ 179 00
W. W. Bel ford . Postage' Stamps! "".!.'.'.'.'.'.'.'"!.'.'.'.'..'....'..
" impress cnarges on order uook.
Washlnguiii Keeton, as servloes us Commissiuner to il.ite,
Patrick kul In v. " " " ii
J. 11. Martin, " " t
Ordored that tho Auditor estlmata tho tax and Interest on thirty
Acres of land, in Suction 22, Township 9, itangu 19, ernueiiusly sold
lor taxes of 1NII1 and IHI',2, In mine or John Ramey, and tlutt he Issue
order In favor of Patrick MeNainoo for amount due under jsuld tax
title, including coHt of urvoy of said lands.
March 3, 1873.
v t ';Jjypoole, services as Prosecuting Attorney, k year,
y . 1. Ullom, work In Court 1 louse and Dull,
. uompared ltond Supervisors rucolpi wItlirecoVJtnorCorHmriw(ii
March 4, 1873.
8, II, Winters, hoarding and washing for lunatics $
44 44 ndinlttlnir. dlschiirirlnir and boarillnir iirlrin
.1. W. llowen. nrlntlmr for countv
D. Will ft lliiiH., limiting for Court room
R. 11. Haiti, repairing brldgo In Hwnn Township.. ,,
A. Wilton, renalrsnn InflrniHrv Kiirm
U. W. Hlsson. Sundry articles pur County officers
March 5, 1873.
Examined and compared orders du)ios!lci(, nnd found tho tamo to
compare with record thereof. Also examined tho County Treasury,
aim lounu me reiiuisitu amount oi itinus tiiureiu.
Lnntii A Pnnrco, morcandlsn por County offtcum .'. ,
Hlchert it Lillcy. record hook per Auditor i
Wolf, Pearco (Co., Mundry articles per Couuty of-
3. A. Feltvn, merehniidise per County ufllcors
Approrod brldgo bonds of Joseph Htanloy and (1. U, Hell, nliCO en
tered Inui written cuntrncts with said parties for building two
I.. .1.1. ...... lu J.I. .1. Ml I.lu . "
iii iiifiun in tiiciiiiiiiu iuwiiniili.
Ordered n levy of ono mill on tlio dollar valuation of tlio Cou
fii lii-iilir., ,..i.ii.biii.
li i Hi
March 6, 1873.
Mske final ordor, rstiihllshlnn a County Komi, putltionod Ior
I'linip warncr and others, and order compensation nud dnmngo
ho iiald bv tint (Viniitv. '
To which order, Rii hnnl Tliuins, by Ills Attorney, gives notion
appeal as well from tho amcHxiiieiit of compensation and dninagui
unin urn iiii;iii,iuu nun naiuniisninenioi sam roilil.
AutlinrUa Uiu Auditor to Ishiiu an ordor to Prnscnntlng Attomoy,
for 10 per ocnt. on tines and oosts collected by said Attorney.
Kntuilid Into written contract wltli I,, Kaynor, for the erection of
privy, ou Jail lot, and approved tho. boud of laid ltuynor for
same. i ,
Paris llorton, tftblo iid cans for It ocorder. ..'.'..,.....,... $90 00
T. A. Martin, ninreliandlnopor Co unty officers ' . 80
U. Ii CI.viioolo,coiiiiel forCoinmlissliinnrs .. 95 00
'1 rnmcrlpt friim docket of (Jhar).c W. Hollaml, J, V., Btnto V.
Joseph 1 hacker, total fees, 4 15. i ., .
i . I!.,,'.; c -j .1
WaiJilngton Keeton, support or John Fo, lunatio (ft
Patrick Kelly, services n ttommlsshinnr 14 Wl
V limU)tt wrvleos at Coui.'iilsslouer 1
J, II. Martin, 44 u 11
W. W. Iiford halnnoo salary as for Avdltor, (juartur wd- '
lo.MiUsUilWMiUl., ' JJ
Vinton County, Ohio,
Vinton County, Ohio, —FOR THE—
YEAR ENDING AUGUST 30, 1873:
Receipts Disbursements and the Balances
Receipts Disbursements and the Balances —OF—
Each Fund Remaining in the Treasury.
APPOINTMENT OF EXAMINING COMMITTEE.
V, ,1. Clatpnole, Prosecuting Attorney, E. W. Bamhtll, anil J. M.
McGilllvray, are hereby a Committee to eMimlne within
W. K. HASTINGS, Judge.
To the flon. the Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, Ohio:
In pursuance of law, wo, tlio Comnnssioncra of
Vinton Couuty, Ohio, submit tho following report of
our official transactions, for tho year ending
Also, an accurate statement of the financial
of tho county, for the year ending August 30,
Monday, September 2, 1872.
Petition of John Martin and others, for a County Uoad, presented
and view, nnd Sin voy ordored.
Viowors' report of a County Kja l.petltiouo 1 for by Philip Warner
nnd others read first time.
Viewers' report of n County Itoad, petitioned, for by Martin Duffy
andolhers read llrst timo, and objection tiled by II. C. Jones, At
torney for non-resident land owner.
Viewers' report of ivCounty Uiiad, petitioned for by 'William H.
Herron and others read llrst time.
Viewers' report of a County Itoad, petitioned forby George Samp
son and otheisread llrst time.
Viewers' report of a County It u I, petitioned fjr by David Martin
and others read llrst time. , . '
Compared orders deposited with rooord thereof, ami found samo
Trnnscrijit from docket of Daniel Uowen, J. P., Stato vs.
McCiiinhci' anil Ale.r.iiin
Isaac Ulloui, for uso of Iiouso and orchard on iiillrinnry
L. A. Atwood, building llridge across Muck water
Hrauch, Richland Township,
Dr. J. Doddridge, medical services for Mary Croy,
lunatic, , ,.
I 21 45
Tuesday, September 3, 1872.
Viowors' report of County lloal, potltlousd for by Philip Warner
and others read second time.
Viewers' roport of County Itwl, petltio:i3l f.r by William It.
Herron and others read second time.
Viewers' repoi t of County Itoad, petitioned for by Martin Duffy
and others read second time.
Viewers' report of Couuty Uoad,patitbno.l for by David Martiu and
others rend second thno. .,
Viewers' report of County Road, petitioned for by Georgo Samp
Bon and others rend second time.
Contracted with Lockheart & Co.. for Lightning Rods for Barn, on
Inlli mary Farm, amounting to $."l 30.
DeliiHiuent list of chatties publicly read.
Gllman, Ward Co,, Merchandise por Hunter
" " ' part payment on llnwk bridge,
a. .i. muiiit,, imrb i.i.v iiidut in iiiuex coiicraer., . . .
i. i . mining, luoivnaiu
J. W. llowen, printing
O. T. Gunning, Moivhandise per County olllcers,
.1. v. uowen, pruning ior uiiiiny,
N. Richmond, postage und trip ti." llaindea to collect Show
Joseph Clark,repulriiiK hrldo in Harrisnii Township,,,,.
J. P. Ankrom, repairing hrid.ru in Jiiiikson 'J'owiuhl). . . .
Lunlz l'carce, in,iiehaudiso per County nillcors,
A. L. lliinter, hoanllng and washin? for prisoners.. ,; ....
A. L. iluntor, " " ' lunatics
II. II. Hwaiin, five days service fti (.'ominissiouer,
If. II. Kwniin, tint on ii t paid staoklng luin'ior,
Chester French, repairs In Itecnnlor's oilieu
Ricliiiiond & Iluhn, Stove fjr i'r.ise siitinr Attorney's of
(). W. (iilnian, lialaueoon lt:i lolllf hrldx.i,.... ..... ......
J. M. Dye, repairing bridge moir Il.unden,
Justice and Constahle tecs, Statu vs. F. M. Hall
$ SO fit
Wednesday, September 4, 1872.
Richmond A Huh a, mcrchaivliflj per County olllcers... .
Rohert Clark, support of John tVo, lunatio,
44 14 clothing for saui ) . .
Viewers' renort of Countv Rial. ii,iUil.i,in I ri in in,.i i
and otliors read third tim i, an I run I established.
v iewers' report or ;ounty it ond, petitioiied for hy Martin Duffy
nd others read third time, ami pro jee ling.4 dismissed.
Viewers' renort of Countv Ruiid. nelii.i llll.il I 111. Iiv Miu.rii'Qii ,ii,
son and others.read third tiirro and road established.
viewers re nolo oi uounty itoad, petitioned for by William It.
Ilorron and others rend third time, and furlhur proceeding in said
road continued until to-morrow.
j'ctmonoi trl 81. (Ireen mid others, for tho alteration of a
l ."niimnii, inumiiiiuii un i vnjiv, nnu siu viiv orucreu.
Viewers' report of County Road, petitioned for by Philip Warnor
flll.l t I Uil J 1.IIIHI til IK. I .1 m.. 1 ....... ... .. i n. . 1
mi III K' lu i M' Ii uli I ............ I... I 1
fJV'l4"1 W,,U At,,,'l"1 K,mi1 "''luro l to he oitnlillslied . Tlierciipou
ibii.iiuiti Aiming, ijv iiiN iLLLorni v. ir.'Lvii mil im .,i mu iituni-ii,.. t..
Thursday, September 5, 1872.
Commissioners counted tho monoy in tlio Treasury, and
correct amount there n. . ' '
Allowed Transcript from dockot of Robert Sago, Stato vs.
Continued tho prfcoodlngs In William It. Herron road until to
morrow. . ..
Commissioners procood to examino Iiillrinnry Farm.
ji. ii. raw uuu uiui'uwuruu us n committee to rent siilil rartn.
Friday, September 6, 1872.
Commissioners liroeeod to oxnmlno CnsslU'MIU hrld ire:
the same and onBT Issued to G. W. Pilchor for iU3 00 ;
pavment for buifdiiig snld brldgo.
Proceeding liiAoad. uetilioued for bv William Ilnrmn
John WyckoOdoarlng treo from abutment of Casslll Mill
brldge,.l... , , t
Transcript froii dofckot of Davis Duncan, Stato vs. Uri
... ...M.:li. ""f ......
v. w. iienoii, services us Auditor, ior nunrtor ending
Hcptnmler 4, 1874 ...;v,. ,
W. W. ileirJd, balanco salary from November 15. to
W. W. lieitvfi. oaiunco salary irum uueoinuer 4, 1871, to
Murclii 1879 ; ,
W. W. llcifird, balanco salary front March 4, to June
W. W. llellrdi services under snliool'- lnw,
ii it recording bonds and tllini; assessors re
W. W.Hf fowl, allowauco underact of April 17. 1887,.,..
II. II. Hwini, services at Commissioner, (I days, It miles,, i
Patrick felly,. 41 " " 1 days, 20 14
, 9 50
October 26, 1872.
. onit'l Pond oriloorgfl Kalor, HhorlfT, npprnvod.
Oillifil moiii or josian u. Maryn, uoininlsslonor, approved.,
REGULAR DECEMBER SESSION.
Monday, December 2, 1872.
wers' renort of nltoratlon of a Countv Road, notitloneil
U,lfl. (hwii nnd othoii read llrst time. , .
tuwurs' report of County Ron I, vetltlohoil fof by John
Hand, Common Pleat Clerk, oxitmlnod and approved,
tHlmnti, Ward A Co., ltirMiw fiir Inflrman.i.l ;i-..vl .'
James Wycknlf, ropnirs i'riisenuting Attorney's olllce
Gilmnn, Ward A (V, building Trestle bridge, and work
llll, ft UIU O. l.lFj lllllll
clone nt Radclilr brlduo. .
Bamuel Trliniuer, work on Jail, . , .
?AVOIUTK SHOUT KOUTE
TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS
The "Old Relliihle" and Popular
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
' 3ElJkZXjX.OA.X XjXXVXI
111,.' . ...
7 Through Express Train's Daily
Equipped with Miller's.ratoiit Safon
l lanolin, voiiinur, nnu jmuui, uuu
. tho Colebrutcd
Westinghouso Patent Air EraUt
Tho niwst perfect protection against acot
dents in tlte world.
Vow and clcirnnt Dnv Coaches an
two dully lines of Pufliiian's Palace Sleoplni
Carsura rtin through I'roin KABiSAS ClTl
to yuiney, Galcsburg, liendota and
Wit Lout Chinirs.
Also, a dally lino of Pullman's Palace Sleep
ing Cars from ATCHISON and ST. JOSEPH
o .iitcksiniviiiw nnu ppringiieiii, ami now anu
ileirant Dav Coaches from Kaunas Cltv to In
dianapolis und Cincinnati without chance
AM? To secura all tho modem Imnrovo.
ineiils In Railway traveling, purchase tickets
VIII 1110 UAN.MIIAI. i T. JOSKl'U SUOHT JjIfJK,
avoiiling all transfers,
ferries and cliangos
EaT" Through Ticliets for sale nt nil prln
cipal olllces. Fare always as low as by any
BUggage chocked through to all prin-
U. 13. .1.1 JUKI J,
E. A. PAKKElt, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will leave Columbus nnd Crost-
1 i no and urrivti at points named below us fol
COI.n'BlTB I)IV. NH111T
Columhiis.. Lv 1 :45 X M lf :45
i.ewis ceniru ii4
lmiii'iii-n tAr 8:40 a m 11:45
Dela arc. ,Lv 3:i.j nM
Arthlnv 1l!l.l pu
(nrdiiigton ....3:31 1S:W
Gallon.. 4:oj' 1:01
i:.-..iin Ar4:i.i A ui:i
New London... 5 :S5
W. .1 (!. W
Cleveland . .Arb 1:
10 AH 4:00 r M
Clcvelaud.Lv Af7:S0AMt4:nOpM 10:45 PM
Erio Ar 10:S0 7:10 1:85 AM
Dunkirk MM 0:10 8-50
lie Halo dltlOpM 10:86 4:05
liuf. (vP 'rio)Lvi 8:80 PSI i 5:00 A M
HornellsvilleArS 5:45 8:35
Coming. 7:S5 :40
Klinira. 8:00 10:1
ltiiighniiiton,...105 U:Ur u
New York.,.Ar7:0U AM 7:S5p H
Ituf. vinN t 2.03
lloi Inkier .ArM:"0
i 11 :80p MD :00 am
1:35 A a B7:05
Syracuse.. 7:10 4:10
Utira :S0 :00
Alhanv 19:40 AIM :45
iuiv iuih u.HU iiiur u,.uri
liostoil... 8:80 A II 5:40? M 0:30 PM
U 11 :'-0 p u
Close connections made it Columbus with
the Coliinilius & Hocking Valley Ituilroud.
Tlirough TiekcU for sale at Atheus.
rPahce Day nnd Bleepinf Caw
On All Trains.
For particular intormatioii in regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to nil
points Eust, Went, North and South, apply to
oruddress li. FORD, Coluinbus, Ohio.
K, 8. FLINT. Cfin. Sup'U
Gcnoral Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Passenger Aa'nt, Columbus. Ohio.
Ind., Cin & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Thronga Passenger Railway
to all Point West, Northwest and
this Is the Short Line via Indianapolis
Tho Great Through Mail and Expross Pas
senger Lino to St. I.oilis, Kunsns City, St. Jo
seph, Dcuvor, Kan Eraiieisco, imd all points lu
Missouri, Kliusas and Colorado.
The shortest and only direct route to In
dianapolis, Lafayette. Terro Haute, Cam
bridge City, Hpringllcld, Peorin, Jlurlington,
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, und all points
In the Northwest.
The indiuiiapolls, Cincinnati A Lafayette
Railroad, witli its connections, now oners
piUKcngerx more facilities in Through Coach
and .Sleeping Car Kervieo than anyothcrlino
from Cincinnati, liavinfr the ndvantage of
Through Daily Cars from Cincinnati to St,
Louis, Kansas Cltv, St. Joseph, Peorin, Ilur
lington, ( liii agn, Onialia, anil nil interiuedlato
points, incsi'iiling to Colonists and Families
Mich coml'orls und nccoiiimodnlious as aro
allorili'd by no other routo.
Tbroiigh Tickets nud liaggago Checks to all
Triiius leave Cincinnati at 0:30 a. in., 8:15 p.
m., and 7::;0p, in.
Tickets can he obtained nt No. 1 Ilurnot
House, corner Third and Vine, also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets. Cincinnati,
He Biuo to liurchaso tickets vln Indianap
olis, Cincinnati A Lal'uvctle Uailroad.
U. L. DARUINGER,
II. J. PAGE,
Gen'l T't Ag't, tin.
ST. LOUIS R.
0. 4 V. V. DIVISION.
Timo Tablo-To tiiko elTect at 8:45 A, II,
day, November 3d, 1873.
10:00 a. m,
13:15 p. in
4:00 p, tn,
44 Wilmington ... 1:10
44 Rocsville 1:31
44 Washington.., S:ll
44 New Holland . U::M
44 Wllliamsport. 3:57
Clrclevllio .... 3:18
Ohio n, m
5 :). in.
13:80 p. in.
4:00 p. m.
5 :30 a, m.
N. Ixlngton. 6:20
8:10 a. 111.
13:20 p. m,
5:50 a. m.
Leave l'lltslim ir ..
44 ; lialtlmore
' 44 Washington .,
44 New York
1 " Kxp.
Leavo Dresden Juno. 8:loa. in.
44 Znncsvlllo 11:00 44
. 41 . Ji..Loliigtoa. :5 44
. 44 Lancaster..'... 11:00 41
44 Clrclevllio.,.. 13:00 m. .
44 WllllamHiiort. I3:ii3 p. m.
44 New Holland. 13:45 i
44 RooHvillo. ... . ,
' 14 ClRrksvillo..,,
I C. C. WAITE, Superintendent.
M. Mounts, Muster Transportation.'
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
, ... . west. , .
TWO BKPRK8S TRAIKS DAILY,
. 6:30 a. in.
10:10 a. in.'
8:15 p. in.
6:50 p. in.
t:5 a. uu ' . 7:10 a. in.
7:vo 44 8:15 n. m.
Chicago... a. m.
Xenla .,..'.,,.13:85 p.m.
Springfield ...13:15 p. in
Dnytuu 1:35 M
8:41 p. m.
'Close connection madont Lancaster forClr.
olovlllc, Zanesvllleund all points on the Cin
cinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connection made oi Columbus foi
uireei conneciuiii made at Columbus fin
ayton, Springlleld, Indianapolis, Chicago
id aU jsilnts West. Also, for Cleveland,
iiffaln, rittuburgh, and all points Ksnt.
Take tho Hocking Vulloy and Puu Handle
route to Chicago and the North wont c It Is the
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving passengers
tho benollt of quicker time aud lower rules
than by any other line,
. . w. uumhktx, Hup'i,
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