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TnUItSDAV. Ni)V. 13, 1873.
The Northern Pacific Road.
A circular issued last week
from the trustees of this road,
presents statements which aie
worthy of note. Of this road
428 miles are completed, and
115 more are nearly complet
re. There is also a main line
of 24 miles from Ouluth to
Thompsoo's Station, making a
total of 54 miles. It also
leases (Tie remaining 131 miles
of the Lake Superior & Missis
sipjil Railroad, and so reaches
St. Paul and Minneapolis The
division nearly completed, will,
it is thought, "be finished in No
vernier. The circular in ques
tion notes the important con
nection at Duluth with the
Likes, and remarks that at the
crossing of the lied River of Lhe
North, ihe road receives the im
portant trade -of lhe British
Provicoes, and at Bismarck, the
present end of the track, the
division connects with a line of
steamers on the Upper and
Lower Missouri, thus securing
the government transportation
and the general business of the
north-west as far as Fort Ben.
teu and the Rocky Mountains
a thousand miles beyond the
preieot tcrailnos of the road.
Thirty miles beyond Bismarck
the line will strike inexhausti
ble coal bed?. The Pacific Di
vision will also have similar
river and ocean connections.
The road has earned, the cir
cular 6ays, all that its officers
expected. The land grant con
sists of 10,732,800 acres. Most
of these lands are timbered,
and so have great value. Al
ready 94 square miles of land
have been 6oI J at an average
price of 6 48 per aoro. As for
the future of the road, one
thing is certain: no stockhold
er can derive one penny of
profit from h'u shares until the
bondholders are first provided
for. The bonds are a first lien
upon all the company's assets.
Not an acre of the grant can
be conveyed or alienated with
ou t the consent of the Trustees
The Trustees are very confident
Of the future of the road, and
they very wisely caution hold
ers of the bonds not to sacrifice
them. There is no occasion for
such a panic. It may be a long
time before the road will be
constructed, but every day in
creases the business of the
completed portions.
Dear Coal in England.
Professor Leone Levi, in a
recent lecture at King's Col
lege on the subject ot coal in
England, stated that of all the
coal raised from the mines,
seventy-five per cent went lor
manufactures, ten per cent, for
export, and only fifteen per
cent, for domestic purposes.
One ton of coal is used to
raise seventeen tons from the
mines, and this expenditure
wjll be relatively increased in
proportion as the mines be
come extended. Professor Le
vi calculates that there is coal
enough in the English mines
to last 360 years, allowance be
ing made for a natural increase
in the amount of consumption;
but as the price of coal enters
largely into the cost of raanu
factored articles, he urges the
use, s far as possible, of wa
ter power instead of steam,
that the resources of the coun
try may be husbanded. The
priee of coal h? risen within
two years about eigity P?'
cent, in the market, the i2K
ners' wages having advanced
eighty-two per cent., and the
consequence of this has been
to reduce the quantity of iron
Tub Diiquesne Savings Bank,
of Pittsburg, and the Savings
Deposit Bank, of East Liberty,
suspended Nov. 11.
A.R attempt was made to rob
the first National Bank at
Blairsville, Pa., on Saturday
morning about 2 o'clock. The
burglars were discovered by
two ladies who were sleeping
in a room above the bank, and
the robbery pr rented,
The Alaska Gold Discoveries.
Silver tiay, eleven miles
from Sitka, Alaska, is said to
be the seat of great gold dis
coveries. Three quartz leads
in that region are thut describ
ed by a reen. visitor: Jioyle
and Mooney Ledjjeis ten miles
from Sitka. -Gold is said to
have been seen at the crop
pings. The ledge takes a down
ward run, and the tunnel is ex
pected to strike the ledge tor
ty or fifty feet under the sur
face. Ualey Ledge is two
miles from shore. The latter
is eleven wiles from Sitka.
Gold plainly visible is found
mtei mixed with quarlz and
blue rock. Plenty of wood
and water in the vicinity. No
tunnel required. The shaft
through the quartz is now three
feet deep, and with every blast
the gold comes out glittering.
Specimens have been assayed
from $246 to $7,500 to the ton.
The Alaska Gold Mining com
pany are working a third ledge
half a mile above the Uavlev
Ledge. Cropcines six and a
half feet in width. -Gold glit
tering all over the croppings.
Thirty tons have been taken
out, all showing gold freely.
Specimens assayed by Mr. J
S. Pisk, Portland, $274 to the
ton. Gold appears to be of a
finer grain and less coarse
than in II ay ley's Ledge.
Bold Attempt to rob a Bank.
Great excitement was creat
ed on tli evening ot the 7th
inst, by an alarm proceeding
from the residence of the cash
ier of the Bank of Delaware, of
Wilmington, Delaware, caused
by an attempt of five masked
men to gag and bind the family
of the cashier with a view to
robbing the bank. The men
gained admittance to the house
by stratagem' seized the cash
ier, handcuffed and threw him
on the floor. They then pro
ceeded to the dining room,
fthere the ladies were at tea,
and, with drawn pistols, enforc
ed silence. One of the ladies
escaping, gave the alarm, two
of the police arriving in time to
see the burglars escaping.
Chase was given and one of the
police gained upon the retreat
ing gang. Shots were exchang
ed without effect, whan one of
the robbers suddenly stopped
and allowed the officer to get
near him. lie then defl't Lini
a murderous blow and the offi
cer fell senseless seriously
wounded in the head. The rob
bers so far have evaded arrest.
Escorted Out of Town by Vigilants.
San Francisco, Nov. 9.
A dispatch from Gilroy to
night says: A meeting of the
citizens was held last evening
and a Vigilance committee
formed for the purpose ot rid
ding the town of thieves aud
vagrants. They elected a cap
tain and lieutenant, then paid
a visit to two dance houses and
informed the proprietors that
they must close or the vigilants
would do it for them. They
then went to the Baloons, called
Buch men as they wished to
leave town, in all some nine or
ten persons, formed them into
line and escorted them four
miles out of the city limits.
Otters have been notified to
In the French Assembly a
few days ago it was moved that
the executive power be con
ferred on Marshal Mac&fahon
for ten years; that he continue
to maintain the present form of
Government until the constitu
tional bills are voted, and that
a committee of thirty be ap-
ppoMnted to examine the hills
Barou' E&fhasseriaux, Bona
partisr, moved that the people
be culled upoi: to decide, on
the 4th of January, 1874,
whether a monarcbial, republi
can or imperial form ot gov
ernment shall be adopted.
Thk wife ot James II. Urie
cashier ot Ihe freight depart
ment of the old Colony Rail
way, died, in Boston, Nov. 10th,
in a dentist's chair, while un
der the influence of ether.
Only a small quintity had
been administered, when he
went into convulsions, and died
soon fir.
Miscellaneous News Items.
Ice formed at Memphis, Ten
nessee, October 27th.
Jack Frost has abated Yel
low Jack in the Southern
A justice vf (foe peace at
Kansas City puts ii: "Now let
Ihegaul darned jade wince.'
Laura Keenk, the actress, is
A grkat scarcity of bread-
stuffs is Sjpprehemded in Arizo
Wiktermuit, the flayer ot
General McCook, has been held
to bail in $50,000.
The French Protestants num
ber less than one million out
ot thirty six millions of people.
Gen. Coburn, M. 0 , of Indi
anapolis, announces himseJt in
favor of moderate expansion
of the currency.
Tuk total a mono t contribu
ted by New York Cily to the
relief of the Memphis sufferers
on election day, was $7,836.
It is estimated that fiftv
million dollars' worth ot church
property iu New York is ex
empt from taxation.
London was enveloped in sn
dense a fog on Wednesday, 29.
as to cause a suspension of
business and travel.
The Ind ian summer has come
and the weather is just what
suits most people a well as
they ever can be suited.
Bucuu Uelmbou) will spend
the winter in the south of
France. It was not tin re that
the Hottentots could be seen
gathering leaves for bis buchu.
Mr. Stanley, the discoverer
of Livingstone, has goue to
Africa as a special correspond
ent ot the Loudon Times at the
Ashautee war.
Plumbago of excellent qual
ity was recently found iu Lake
county, Colorado, in quantities
sufficient to indicate that
large deposits may yet be dis
covered. Tue Uerraan Minister of fi
nance has decided to sell twen
ty million thalers of disused
silver to the Uuited States gov
ernment, which is the highest
A Fori Wayne sick child lav
dying in an un feeling way.
while its father and motber were
lying drunk in the same room.
The unfilial couduct of Fort
Wojoe children has become no
torious. Dr. Bolls, convicted of send
ing obscene matter through
the mails and sentenced to one
year in the Penitentiary, made
an unsuccessful attempt to es
cape from the Ludlow Street
Jail in woman's clothes.
According) to an Oregon Cor
respondent of ihe Gallipoli
Journal, the total value of all
the yearly incomes in that
State, from whatever source,
would net to each inhabitant
man, woman and child four
hundred and eighty dollars.
There ought to be no suffering
from want in that State.
San Francisco, Nov. 7.
A dispatch from Unionville,
Cal., says a severe shock of
earthquake was felt there about
half past 6 on the evening ol
the 7th inst, and that lighter
shocks had been felt at inter
vals during the past two days
and nights. No damage was
Two shocks of earthquake
were felt in Virginia City.
Waco, Texas, dispatches ssy
that Capt. J. Elgin, who has
just returned from an exten
sive trip on the irontier, re
ports the Indians as bad, if not
worse, than they have been
since the war. All the indi.
ans are off their reservations,
except Santanta.
They are headed by Big Tree
and have stolen nearly all the
horses on the Little Wichita
and West Fork. Seventy five
or a hundred f them crossed
the Little Wichita last week.
A party of thirteen stole two
horses in Jackbboro on Sunday
night, h is reDOi'ted that a
surveying party, cainped out
side of Jacksboro, were tired
on by them.
Tub Secretary of State has
sent instructions lo both Min
ister Sickles, at Madrid, and
Consul General Ball, at 11a
vana, to telegraph as soon as
possible all the facts in regard
to the capture of the Virginius,
and the execution of Ihe par
ties on board that vessel. But
Mr. II all replies that there is
some interruption of the tele
graphic, line between Llavana
and Santiago de Cubs, and as
yet he has been unable to learn
any particulars. A dispatch
from Minister Sickles btates
that the Madrid Government
had no information of the exe
cution until after it had oc
curred. The only information
I he "government now has is the
fact that the Virginius was cap
tured and several persons on
her executed, but as to what
water? or under what circum
stances the vessel was cap
tured, no information has been
received. "Until these lac's are
know officially the govern
ment will take no action in the
matter. The question being a
very delicate one, it is not the
intention of our authorities to
take any step which can not be
maintained under the law ol
We will furnish the Record and tht
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers at
f3.50 per year
11 op vines make paper.
Notice to Hunters.
K OTICE hereby thut nil persons
are lorbidiien lo hunt or hoot on tha
Tiini. ofthe undeiaiaet. All not heed
ing thunuliee will lw prosecuted
N. rluFFHIKE8,
13notJm A. J. WoKTM AN.
Agents Wanted.
Domestic Sewing Maohine Co. N. T.
T7T'DPC'rnTl"?f-,'?R CINE RI'RN.
r .LrXJollsxV.n 3jr pun emu
ftfcia, iimiie u ri."Mt ATWOOI), pro.
dure 'he laniert limit Can he used on an
coal oil lamp For aale by all lump dealers'
Are the bent, lhe least DAinnil. nrnliie lea
alckncaa, ini'l do the aystem more good th in
any oiner pun in use. in mist nKciilic.il
have only on"e to try them to De convinced or
their great merit.
IVfUIP T M ES iilrle end boy. went
V J I PjII ed to veil our French end
American Jewelry, Books, l.atnee.Ac.in iheit
own localities No ci pitnl needed t'ntnlone,
Term, to eenl rE J O VICKEIIY CO,
Auyusts, Maine
MflMCV"'",,'"J"''"i' wUn H'lX'il Kev
111 UilLl Check ntntita. Cataloguea end
lull pitii:ularsj FREE. S. M. 8itict, 117
Hannover 81, Boston.
tfeit'SlV"' Anenta wanted! A I
JloV'Wcleae i.' -erking people, of
either a-x, t ting or old', m!Cn",'e money
at work for us in their epare mor.'.fnie, v.'
ihetime, than anything else. Particular free
AddroasO. SI'INSUN CO., Portland .Mnine.
We will insert an ad.ertinement or one inch
part one month lo 81 flr.t-claita Obi Pa.
pen for
For lieta of napera in other Ptatea, addreM
GEO. P.ROWELL CO.,4l Park Kow.N. V.
A book of oo page, witl editor' and pub.
Iiehera nme, data of establishment, eise,
polilica, subscription price and circulation of
all newnpaper in the United States and vo
minion of Canada.
by mail. Addreai Publishers, tio 41 Park
now, N.y.
A book of SO pagea, showing how, when
nd where to adiertise, and containing a lot
of nearly S.Oiai newapapera, with much nthi-r
information to adeer.ieera. Addreaa GEO.
P. ROWELL oV CO., 41 Park Raw, New
State f Ohio, Tlatea Caantyi
Isaiah Lacy, Plaintiff,
Thomas Elides, Defendant
i?r vistojt cocjsty romr of
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
sale leaned from the Court of Common
Pleaa if Vinton County, and to me directed
aa flheriPof said County, I will offer for sale
in front of the Court House Id the town ol
McArtbnr, Vinton County. Ohio, oa
Saturday, the. 29th Day of Bovember,
A. D. 1873.
at In hour of 1 o'clock. P. H., of said day, the
following oescribed lands and tenements, to-wit.-lltunhd
In Ihe fiounty of Vinton and State of
Ohio, and boanded and described aa fulloaa: II
eut half of tlx south-east qnarter of secko
number (e. (i) towuhlp number ten, (in) and
range nnmher eighteen, (14 containing eigliiy
(K(i)aoiea be tbe same moio or leas: Abo Ihe
sooth wilt qaarter of !! soafh-cait quarter of
aeetion, towu.bi; and range aforesaid, containing
forty ,40) acne more ar la ia, a ea aad except
about one (I) acre mora or Ihm mid lo tfclomua
Ankrom by atld Thomas Kules and wl e.
Appraised el one Ihoaiand (II.OOO) dollars, and
mini bring iwo-tbirdsoi that anm.
To be suld aa tbe property of Thomas Eedee, lo
sati.fy an order of ale, ieuied from tbe Court of
Common pujas la faeor ofliotiitb Lacy.
TERM1 OF BALK.-Caoh la hand on day of
r-feenlt Vintna County.
HnarmO. Jnwis Alt'y fot PlaLtlff.
Monday sj. M, 7t. -w
Dr. J. U alker's California
Vinegar Bitters aro a purely Veg
etable preparation, made cblofly from
the native, herbs fount! on the lower
ranges of tho Sierra Novada moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked,
" What is tho canso of tho unpar
alleled 8UCCCS3 of VlSEGAR BIT
TERS t" Our answer is, that they
romovo tho cause , cf discaso, and
tho patient recovers his health. They
aro the great blood purifier and a
lifo-giviug principle, a perfect Rono
vator and Inrignrntor of the system.
Nover beforo in tho history of the world
bo a mcdicino boon compounded pos
seMiug the reuwkublo qualities of Vin
egar Bitters iu healing the sick of
every discaso maa U heir to. Tbey are
a gentle Purgntivo oa well aa a Tonio,
rnlieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Tho properties of Dr. Walk
er's Vinegar Wittkrs aru Aporieut, Dia
phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa
tive, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irritaut,
gH-:-. '!r, and Anti-bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vinegar Bitters the most wonder
ful Invigoraut that ever sustained
the sinking system.
No Person can take these Bit
ters according to directions, and re
main long unwell, provided their
bones are not tlistroyed by mineral
poison or other mnans, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, and In
termittent Fevers, which are so
prevalent in the valleys of our great
rivers throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
rado, Brazos, Iiio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko
noko, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and romarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
heat ar.d dryness, aro invariably ac
companied by extensive derange
ments of tho stomach nnd liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influence upon these vari
ous organs, is essentially necessary.
i ncre is no cathartic lor tho purpose
equal to Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar
Bitters, as tbey will speedily romovo
tho dark -colored viscid matter with which
tbo bowels are loaded, at tbe same time
stimulating the secretions of tho liver,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions ol tno digestive organs.
t ortay the body against (lis
easo by purifying all its fluids with
Vinegar Hitters. No epidemio can
take bold of a system thus toro-arined.
Dyspepsia Or lnrtisestion, Head
ache, i'am iii tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tho Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lung?, ruin in tho region ol' the Kidneys,
and a hundred other painful symptoms,
aro the offsprings of Dyspepsia. One bot
tle will provo a better guarantee- of its
merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
-NucK, ttoitrc, bcrolulous Inhiimnintious,
Indolent Inllumumtions, Mercurial affec
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tbo Skin,
Sore Eyes, etc. Iu these, as in all other
constitutional Diseases, Walkrh's Vin
koar Bitters have uown their great cur
ative powers iu tho most obstinate and
intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tort and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases
of tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys aud Bladder,
those Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters and
Miners, as they advauce in lifo, are sub
ject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
YttEOAR Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Sal t-Kheum, Blotches, Spots, Pim
ples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe
las, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of tho
Skin, Humors and Diseases of tbe Skin of
whatever name or nature, are literally
dng op and carried out of tbo system in
short time by the use of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tbe system of so many thou
sands, are effectually destroyed and ro
moved. Ko system of medicino, no ver
mifuges, no anthelmintics will free the
system from worms like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of
womanhood, or tbe turn of life, these Ton
io Bitters display so decided an influence
that improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood
whenever you find its impurities bursting
through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
it when it is foul ; your feelings will tell
yon when. Keep the blood pure, and tbe
health of the system will follow.
R. H. HcDOIf 4LO dc CO.,
DrnggUt it Gen. A irU., Su FrtneiKO, Cillfor
nia. It oor. of Wwhing-toa and Chirltoa Su.,N.f.
bold by U UruggUU sad IHaltra.
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court. Vinton Cuun.y. Ohio.
NOTICR Is herthr girrn Ih-tf liwih P. 8in,
innrdmo or Anm, Jtaptr H , Thoinn.
8. anil Georz William S. L-, h Hio.l ht ac
count for Hn i avUlemcnl, and Ibal the sami
ia et lorkaarini on tho ZSih day of Norem
ncit, (l7J,) at 11 o'clock. A. M
H . B. MAYO, trobftt JudgA.
Ort. 18, 187S. 41,
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTICE i hereby liten thai William Van
dfrford, aa Guardian of Willlum, Honry,
Crnren, Wmlerand Wary M.Hhivrly, haafilan
hi a iccouot-, i-f rally, will, aud wardt for
final atUlement with tho flint .namod two and
lor partial arttlrmrnt with th nthr throe;
and that thenm are aet for hear ag on tha
29th da; of November instant, at 11 o'clock,
A M.
H. B. MA TO, probate Judce.
Mot 6,1873. it
no. 110 THIRD ST.,
S72.00 F.AflH WEEI.
A genU wanted everywhere. Buameaa atriet-
iy legitimate, rarucuiara u ee. nomrw
W'lKI H.Bl I.OUII, MO loewpnj
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
IB)nj Goods
Paint and Second Street
Y170TJLD repeoliuM IntfiU) Ihe attentioa
(111 buyer lo nie atoca 01
Orrered at wholenale pricea an low ai any
to any otner mara.i
Hare on Sale full llnei of
Brown & nieached Muslins
Callcoei,Cbeck9, Stilpes,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
White and Gray Blankets
Rh ftvnlitiei for hnmneH are unequalled,
enabling him lo ofter imlucemenie to the
trade equal lo any other hou.e. issep
State of OhiOy Vinton County,
Clark & Boggs Plaintiff,
James Kenard and wife, Defendant'),
PURSUANT lo Ihe command of an Or.lerof
j. nHio iHoeii irom tne court rt t onimon
Mean of Vinton County and lo me directed
aa Uheritt f raid county, I will offer foranle
at Ihe door ol theCeurl Uotine, in Ihe town of
Mc Arthur, Vinton County, Ohio, oa
Friday, the 5cA Day of December, 1873
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of raid day Ihe
lollowiox hinds anil tenementa, minute in Ihe
county ol Vinton anil elate ol Ohio, to wit:
ln-lot No. n (6) In Ihe 3d addition to the
(own of fly mouth aa aurteyed and I lulled by
Levi I ttria, commenting at a atiiite at Hit
louthi-eant corner ol eaid lot and riiDnin.
norm n. degree weal U Itna-, to a stake,
Ihi'lice eoulli H7 dezreea wet fle (M chain.
thence eottlli 4ixyt lin'a, Iheure 6 chaina In
the place ol beuinniiix. baini in Vinlon cunt
and Slate ot Uliio, and oooimning I 14-luo
Appmined nl tlir" hundred dollnra, (ISOO )
ana iimimi nring two. tnirua 01 mat auin.
lo he .old as tho prmiorlv of .l.nit. Kenard
ud hum to .itttHly an order of a ile, inued from
Ihe Court ol Common I'lra. iu lHor ol tliirk
1 KKMn OF LK.-Crti-h.
Kheritlol Vinton county.
H. C. .nKr, Attorney for plaiiinB.
Not. 6, IS73. tw
Valuable Tavern Stand
JISHIN'J lo retire frim limine". I cfler
lor eie my Utt rn ataml known llio
Baughman House, Za!eskl.
This houte Is doinx Rood buainesa, ia
And is Ihe
Principal Hotel In Zaleskl.
It in aim eM new hua iHlcly been improved
and retitteil Ihrnimhou;, lm nil modern Im
irovfiiieiit, nnd Kond xIhIIiiik Hiilflcletit lo
to ncconimoiintB the run of ciietom of the
honxe. I he house, elal.ln, furniiiire, anil e
erythintr in ciunpleto -Imce fur a hi hi to take
riKtit hulil. will bo Hold, at u bnripin, nnd on
liherm i n iiipnin. To any mini who u.ider
Innds the hob I buinCM. thie ih an niiortii.
n ty milium ottered, n ibe houe inmkin
tn llii.n. yon lhe amount inve.-tcd. II nuy
man i-lif lo buy let bun cill on me, ami
will coojcouvinre him thut iherein money
mil. WM. OAl'Ull.MA.N,
'Tt Z-tlcaki, Uliio.
Legal Notice.
JOH.1 liL'RtND, a n'n-rciilenl of iheStat.
of Ohio will Inku notice, that Nenon Rich
inond.Tne Vinton t onnty National UntiU,
KmnctaSliadeii and otliern, who bnnjr eaid no
tton rr themselre and all nllit-i crediinra ol
tho Cincinnati Purnni'e Company alio mat
hereafter h rrade partiea thereto, filed on tbe
Htn dnv oftctobe', H.7J,their oelttiou nKUDU
Hid John linraml and ..there named therein
u atockholdemol the RirhlHnd Kurnarv Com
pany, the Cinoinonti Furnace Company,
mi.rt A Kiler, Samuel W Kilferl, Jr.,
in hia imlKidual capacity and also aa as.
siltn-eor tho Ciocinnali Ku mace Com pan v,
n the Court ol Common flena ol Vinton
County, yh:o. The obect ami prayer ol
which wild p.titn.n ia to eel aside ami dec are
a null aim void the endorsement by Jamea
M.MndiuirK a agent of aaid Cincinnati Kur
" omnnj orac. rum claim ol 113,054 u
held by Sinurl A Kilvert axainst l.onir A
nitn. nnd th.il the amount of diTidend paid
on anid chum bv said aamenee be refunded h
id wnmrt A Kilveit. That the aale of the
renl e.tate oflhe Cincinnati Furnace Compa
ny, and the chattel prnoeftynf l.rmii Minitn
hy eid assignee lo the ffftbland Furnace
Company be derhred fraudulent and oid.
and that Mitd property (renl and personal) be
declre.l to bt a trust fund in the hands of said
aai,cnee lor ths use and benefit of the credl
torn and stockholders of Ihe Cincinnati Kur.
na.-e Companyi and thai raid Richliod Fur
nace Company and iia alockholdera he re
quired io ai-count for any and all prohta t.
lied by them In operntln and manaxinff
said Furnace, and that the same be lecreeil
Lr.7 L"1-' '"--"'unee, or hia partner.
InJ ld8mrt,"'''Thao in said property, real
and personal, either atoeaholdera or oth
e J!S h,.ld ,0,'nu, he benent of the
Fn'rc"' "'0,!l"i,'l" or the Cincinnati
r ti r n:e Company. Thai the rlaims ol the
KTlffl' 'h5 C:ri00Mi Company
'"i ,h? n"""t thereof aat-er;
aid ,UC " nl',u may beeuquit-
said'n.l'!!?. r"""1!'," r'l"' tolanswer
Br W 1 N- R'CHND. ET AL.
y W A. Hotcaisa, M. L. Cut a aad 0. H.
Gaos.ia,,,, (hei. attorney.
cteberiMth, in. H
Divorce Notice.
n iTi0BtheMd d,J' "otober. "
W fc. .u . Yumn,nn rimi with n
f"'1 "r lhe eounty of Vinton and State ol
Ohio, eharmns tkl ..u " " J- '
fur hearinj at ihe next term of uud Co nrt
Dated Ibi. J2d lay of .ictoberTA . W3
HT E. W. BAtaint, her Alt'y.
i.-i. . "T"" K"i aa new,
.w WT MOW Iira-V
C. Ju-N Ml aitorner.
('it m.
Expbrienci will teaoh anr mao the.
it is advantageous to patronist tlioaa
wMMwrtut a
If Yod
Want a situation.
Want a servant Kidf
Want to sell a piano.
Want to sell a cnrilaire,
Want tn buy orsell a farm.
Want a boardiiijr plrtrr.
Want to sell town propfrtjTt .
Want to sell jfrocerlea or drujr, '
Want to sell lionselmld furniture.
Want to sell dry (food or carpets.
Want to And customers for anything.
AdverHslnjf will fcaiu new customers,
AdvertMiiR will keep old customers,
Advortlsinjc liberally always pays
Advt'rtkiiijr ninkes success easyj
AdvcrilliixT beirt'ts confldencf,
Atlvertlslnjr snows energy,
Advertising ihows pluck, .
Ailvertising means'biz
Adverllse or "bust,"
Advertise long,
Advertise well,
JZvcry merchant, manufacturer
or butinem nan who hat lecvm$
prominently rich, ha$ made hit
fortune by judicious adverliting.
No exception to I hie rule can bt
cited! Stewart, the Prince of
Merchants, when a poor man, was
driven to advertising, at a last
retort, to gel hit stock turned into
money so as to meet a note. Ar
guing from this that if it vat
good for him in adversity, he
could make it still better in pros
perity. he became a persistent ad
vertiser, and thus gained hit et
lossal fortune.
Some merchants rj it is not worth
while to advertise; for no person reads
advertisement; vet every merchant i
this county will read this advertise
men!, and if he is wise he will profit
hy its suggestion, if he hat anything to
(itTer worth advertising How much
more then will those read them who
are not so largely supplied with read
ing matter, aro at leisure in the even
ing, and must depend on their paper for
their local news, the most iirportanl
item iT which is where they can find
just what they want when they come lo
town to make their purchases. Jlyoui
slock is so old. rustv. dual nnd nut nf
stylo that it is worthless, or if it It run
down so thut you have nothing left lliat
ponple would w rit, it is nut worth
while for you to advertise. Rut if it is
new, fresh und sparkling, up to Ihe
times, and such as the people want,
don't hide them, but publish to tha
world thut you have them, aid want
to sell theiu at a fair priee.
An advertisement published for a !
gle day does duly beyond that day,
und its effect continues in greater
ratio than most men imagine. In ther
end it will make n man's name a per
manent matter, a piece of real proper
ty built up in the minds of men until
it becomes more valuable titan any
corner lot in his locality.
If you lose a watch, a doc or a child.
or if you desire people not to trust
your wife, you rush to your local pa
per, mowing mac every one will reatl
the advertisement Hut vou will nlod
along in business year after year, with
out calculating how much you ore los
ing ny nut advertising it Rfporttr.
If those persons who crofess to ha.
lieve that newspnper advertisements
are not reaj by the public wish to ba
convinced of their error, just let them
civo publicity to some matter they
would not care to divulge to the world,
even in the most obscure corner of a
country paper, and see what notoriety
they would soon atlain. Adver titer' t
Advfktisixo is ant to cive na that
gentle jg ol conscience which tells ua
that we want a new suit of clothes fur
Sunday, or that we promised our wife
a row dress as soon as the hay wet in
remaps it woum lie a good plan Tor
Madame to mark this passage and ler
the paper upon her husband's break
fast plate. Who will say that adver
tising will not yet civilise the worldl
War do neoDle read advertisement.
r I . .uvmj ,
To see who is enterprising and to lenrn
mmi is going un. io see ii there it
anvthinir new. or anvthino- thai
want. To sea if the teason'a stylet
liaVtt AAma 1 n ami ,A C .1 .... I I
.....w m.,i, iu UUU UUI WHO nil
them. To know if anr una ia a.li;n.
off at reduced rates, or to watch tha
chance of an auction Vn .-l
" wujuocuicija.
To satisfy curios ty. Because they
knva ,.n A nil . V. & .
uo aiuues, marriages,
births, deaths, locale and accidents.
Because the want in !.,.. -
can't help it Ohio State Journal
Tbi nnwer nf nrint la well
but not well nnderatnnrl A r.;i.A
sentence has t wonderful advantage
This is ona of tha man v iul
gives en importance to advertising. But
uvoruoero, even mose oi ciperieace,
do not comprehend as well as they
might the capacity to influence, to pen
luade. to eonvitMA. whinh i;- ;
ed matter. Spoken worda reqeire tha
glares ui oiuouunn aat tne torce of
eloquence, vet even iKer. foH. ....
to nnthiagness if net caught in their
flight and printed. I!ut there is some
thing in tha silent lsngonge, tke quiet
'iiiiuiiinu me sense 01 permanenet
about Drinted matter .kiil, !i .
marvelous force and influence. Busi.
uesa men annum never pera.it them
felves to lttoaa aiirht nf w .
accomplished by a persevering use of
In. HiNlin Ma...-. . . .
V v Hrc"""e- uearn 10 aaveis
we, and then tha "how. when and
?h";'. "d yoa will hart
mxnmojt vrcrvh awting,

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