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RESIDENT DEM 1ST,
Varticular attention given to the treatment
of the natural teeth.
No BfJSINBSS DoHR ON Satcrdats
J.K. TOWELL, Portamoutht Ohio, oRera
4o the Merchant and Furnacemen of Vinton
icounty, a aupenor stock of Dry Goodi and
.Notions, on terms the moat favorable. John
feillelai.o, Traveling Agent.
Sept. u j.
A. SPENCER NYK. J.8. MACkEY.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 rAlJST STIiEl".
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
Notice to Teachers.
TUB BOARMfciSciiool Examiner (or Tin
on County will meet at the Union School
Houae, In McArthur, on the lot and 3rd Satur
day ol March, April, May, September, October,
ixndYlovember; end the 1st Saturday in.lnnu
ory, Felmiary, June, July, August, and De
icember, ineaoh )oar. Exnmlnationa to com
. menoe at ten o'clock, A. M. Satisfactory evi
. lence of good moral character mill be required
n all oases. A fee or 60 ceuls I required by
w from each ailicHnl.
M. R. BARNES, Ch'n, Board of
J.H HUHN, School
L. 0. PEKliUE. Cleric, I Examiners.
'Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. I For IheHleliefnnd.Cure of the Erring and Un
fortunate on I'rinoi pies of Christian
Essays on the Errors of Voulh, and the fol
Mies of Arc. in relation to Marriage and Social
Evil, with Mnniiiii y aiil for the nlllictej
dent free, In wlo.l envelopes. Address,
OWAltD A-jHoUllTlON, Uox P, Pl.ilndel
' phia, i'a.
M5 ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
T UfiW.AK Meeting rdlhis En-Mi3Ar..lji.-aniiiii'iil
will hercidier lie
cr-1...1.1 .... i i... Kf-nitii tiiui iiiMt
'J;fciv, Wednrsdny evening of fncli
month. Patriarch ol otln-r eiK-iiinpiiieiils
who limy bu visiting nui -nan lire invited to
..ttend. Jnll.N 1'. linKLE, J. P.
.Juiin T. RAPra, 8.
JMcAilhur, Feb'y 17, 1870.
'S. J. Kiclielstein, Importer ami
tDen!eriu Wino. Liquor, Cijinra, ite. Cham
rpiigte, Sparkling Catawba nnd Aleulwnyaon
mind. Pi Iron Corner, Front street, Porta
nioiilti, O. All order .rompily tilled.
iiih ;m I i7o ly
OF THE UNITED STATES!
.AN HI9IOBICAL SUMMARY OF THE ORI
GIN, GROWTH AND PERFECTION OK
THE CHIEF INDUSTRIAL ARTS OF THIS
l,m PAGES & 500 EXGUAVIXGS
Written by tt) eminent authors, including
.John B Cough, I.eon Case, Kdwird How
.laud, Jos. H Lyman, Iter. E. Edwin Hall,
Horace Greeley, I'hilip Ripley,
Albert Brisbane, F. B. Perklr.s, etc., ele.
Tin work is a complete history of nil
branches ol industry, proeee of mnnulacr
jture, ete.. in all ages. Hi a complete en
eyclnpediH of aria and manufactures, and l
illie inont enteitaimng and valuabla work of
.information on oubieoti of general interest
-evcroRered to the public. It la ailapte l to
.the wants of the merchant, mnnufnctiircr,
mechanic former, student and inventor, and
fella to boih old and young of all ila.-aes.
The bonk in moI-I l.y agenlK, who are making
ilnrifesnles inall pane of the couolrj . It is
,ot!erid at the low price oi (3 30, and is the
.cheapeat liookevor sold by suli-criplion. No
.family should be without a copy. We want
i agents in every town of Ihellliited Hiatps,
:nd no agent can fail to do well with this
book. Our torinn are libeml. We give our
i agents the exclusive right of territory, ne
ol our agenta sold 133 copies in eiijht days,
.another 308 in two weeks. Our agent in
Hartford sold 3U7 in one week. Specimens
-of the work fent on receipt of atanp For
-circulars and terms to agenta address th
. B. B'TRR. A HYDE, Hartford, Crtin., Chi
CAgo, III., or Cincinna.i, Ohio. llnov
A GREAT OFFER!
' way. N. I ,wHHipot of 1
1 1 TEKB, 4tflRrmd-
10C PIANOS. MELO-
PSOSH, ami Oratm eftiz tr Man wtakrrt. mcfud.
intf Walm't at rery low prices Tor caah,
Sr piui cA, mmi fcafnaea ta mall mimlkljf iiuaff.
mull. Mr ml actors frtt class PI A SOU, modem
rmsMM(s.or 1275 cauA. Sou nadg VOS
CEBTO PA BLOB OBOAH, On mat bmuliful Kj(
mmd ffrftd Ion our nuuU. IlhMsaltd coJafraiMi
ttwiki. 8am JTshc and Jfu.'s Jfvdkasiluw. iLun
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H O P
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
Kemember the stock sales
next Tuesday, Hth inst.,it you
want to buy or tell auylhing.
John Uulbert and Al. Drake
are the latest arrivals among
Newt. Lottridqe was in to
see us yesterday. We believe
bis boots are one size larger
since moving to Allensvil le
S. B. Winters has been cho
sen Deputy Sheriil, and entered
upon the discharge of the du
ties of that office last Monday.
It is reported that Lewis O.
Day, who does business in Z
leski, bad his pockets picked
this week, in Cincinnati, of
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the post of
fflce at Dundas, January 1st:
Wm. Palts, E. Reichenback.
S. ISAMINGER, P. M.
Ni.tice is given by the Com
missioners in another column
of intention to buill an Infirm
ary. Alro that proposals for
bull ling the same will now be
Ma. E. Q Tunis, of McArthur
Station, killed a Chester While
hog one day last week which
wtiohctd C47 pounds net, mid
measured eight feet in length
He 8-)!d it lo Alva Harper,
butcher, at H;iiulen.
(jfoltQE Kalek hit In'ei)
sworn in and assumed the du
ties of Sheriff. We havo no
doubt the people did well
when they chose' him lor that
position, and that he will make
an. eflicieut and popular officer.
Next Sunday morning at the
Christian Church, Eld. 11. A.
Pailisler will preach upon the
'Four Missions recorded by the
Evangelists " In I he evening
h will deliver u Now Years'nd-dress.
It is by law made the duty
of Township Trustees of each
township, to appropriate liHy
dollars i year for erection ol
watering troughs along the
'public highway, and it should
be tho pleasure of all lo see
this beneficent and humani
tarian legal provision carried
Tue late rains and snows
have been very gratefuUy re
ceived, especially by the tar
tiiers and slock raisers, who
have been kept about busy
this winter in hauling water to
their stock, or in driving their
stock to and from places where
water could be found in suf
ficient quai'tilies for their use.
Tue following is a list of let
ters remaining iu the post of
fice at McArthur, January 1st:
Dr. L. W. Baker, E. O. Dixon,
Dixon & Johnson, F. M.
Dewase, Jared Drandle, Har
riet Ilarcole, Nancy Lytle,
Jake Morgan, John Mooy,
Samuel Sigler, Wm. Walker,
Mary Wilson, Jennie Wherton-
S. ISAMINGER, P. M. J. N. MCLAUGHLIN, P. M.
RAYSVILLE, Jan. 6th, 1872.
Ed. Record: John LIuicM
son, who lives near Jackson,
was killed by the fast line
west to-day at Raysville, he
attempted to cross the track
when the (rain struck him, kill
ing him instantly. On the
same day, David Jones, son of
William Jones, who lives near
Londonderry, was thrown from
a freight traiu at Byre's Sta
tion, and badly hurc. It is
The father of M: R. Barner,
who lived near Lancaster, died
last week. His mother is not
expected lo live, and be was
called by a telegram from her
bedside to attend his oldest
child, who is very low with
N. B. Since the above was
in type we learn that Mr.
Barnes' mother died on Tuesday.
Dr. Bowebs, 'Dentist, McAr
Transfers of Real Estates.
J. P. Roach to son,
30 acres, Richland township,
Sheriff Booth to John Fraiee,
200 acres, Clinton township,
order of court.
Caroline Bull to Henry Clark,
la-lot 262, McArthur, $65.
Franklin Wiseman to Benj.
Radc'iff, quit claim, part of Out
lot 25, Wilkesville, $1,000.
William Hutt to Nancy Q.
Hutt, 40 acres, Richland town
Israel Kinney to n?rrison
Lyle, 22 acres, Richland town
Zaleskl Company to D, Y.
Benjamin, part of ln-lot 14,
A. J. Watts to A. J. Arebaugh,
50 acres, Harrison township,
Horace Redd to G. W. Sisson,
3 acres, Elk township, $600.
Sheriff, to Renj. Radcliff,
part of Out-lot 25, Wilkesville,
Sheriff, to Henry Smith, 3
acres, Eagle township, $34.
Sheriff, to Olive A. But on,
part of In lot 191, McArthur,
Sheriff, to Margaret Iloins
worsh, 160 acres, Jackson town
Thos. Robinett to Wm. John
son, 591 acres, Knox township.
Chas. P. Ballard to James
Ballard, 160 acres, Eagle town
Rohert Lyle to Mad'son Ar
Strnbmight, 12 a'Tcs, Harrison
Abraham C'x to Christian
Church, 1 acre & 9 R, Harrison
Sheriff, t-i William Shher,
etal. Eagle Furnace Lani!,$22,-000.
From a Taxpayer.
Ed. Ukcokd: I set bv your
paper of las' week tint the
Randal I-b'ol i sbeir.v iffir com
menced in February, 1872. and
that Jared made a gallant
charge. Now, ii you would let
ii3 know in your next issuu.
when the end of this affair
would coin?, you would great
ly oblige yours truly. Please
a-cerialu the probable cost of
the afftir up to date. It is laid
at 400, hut this is probably
low Then ascertain the no
tion of the Pioseculor of our
coun'y in keepii g a misera
ble little assault and battery
c'iso on the docket after two
juries have disagreed and
particularly when on the last
Mill only one man of the
twelve was for conviction.
Wo taxpayers are getting a lit
ilo weary with paying such
enormous bills ior nothing.
This is the smallest kind ol a
ease, at lest, and the Pros
ecutor would have discharged
his duty aud exhibited some
fitness for the position ho occu
pies, if he had nollied the in
dictment ufter the first trial
Fiioii the way our cotem
poraries are scolding their de
linquents we are led to believe
that we have the best set of
subscribers iu the world. True,
we have a few laggards who
are always dragging along be
hind, wailing lor us to go alttr
the money, but most all come
up promptly each year and
pay their subscriptions, and
we don't believe it pays lo use
space scolding alt the good
ones iu order to hit the lew
laggards, who want you to earn
your money collecting it and
the rascals who never intend
to i ay.
We are under obligations to
Mr. W. E. King for a copy of
an illustrated work, which
gives one a good idea of the
rapid manner. Chicago has
been rebuilt. Will, is now
stationed at Rockford, Ills., tel
egraphing and reporting Lr
the Associate Press.
Taypayeh is after the Prosecuting
Attorney in a commu'
nication in another column,
Now, let us hear lrom the oth
er 6ide. .
Thk Auditor has a number
of Ohio Agricultural Reports
on hand for distribution among
The Reservoir is nearly full of
water, the first time since last
A protracted meeting is in
progress at the M. E. Church
Tub littler daughter of Al.
Murray, Recorder, died last
night of catarrhl fever.
A Swan township man was
swindled out ot a watch and
two dollars, yesterday, on the
"strap game," by a couple o
Connected with Mr. Spur
geon's Sunday-school, in Lon
don, is a Bible class, taught by
Mrs. Lavinia Ilarkness, which
enrolls nine hundred women,
and has an average attendance
of over five hundred. Many
of them are married, and a con
siderable number bring their
babies with them.
A Sad Warning.
A very genteel and amiable
young man is now insane. He
splits his hair in the middle
The other day when combing
it he chanced to get two more
hairs on one side lliau the oth
er. This destroyed the balance
of the head and overturned
his brain, lie makes a very
gentle lunatic, however.
The Washington Star of the
2d, eays "Miss Lizzie Thurnimi,
eldest daugbier cf Senator
Thurman, will be married in
February h Lieutenant Ool-e.
of the reu u hir aiiny." Jln-i
Lizzie is Die Minlu-esI ilaubi
er. The eldest, Mis M irv is
reported engaged lo hi i flicer
ot the Navv named
Kveky I in i i in wh.c'i there
are children, or young folks,
should have weekly paper,
designed espeeiillv for them,
and of llii-t c!h-s we know i I
no'liia.' bft er tli m the B itih
Sidt and la n i ly Circle, iil
llsbel by tilt) Ui-tihi .Side C.
Chicago, III , at SI 00 per ve-r
including a fi.ie. iMiivmi , thith
Would CD-.! II' ill Mures M:u
$2.00 to 83 00. Ii is tiuelv il
lustrated and filled with useuii
and iusii u :tive arccles. It is
highly prized by the young
folks. The paper and (Jhromo
will make a beautilul present
for any youth.
Stokes is conlident of secur
ing another trial V
The True Secret of Commercial
It is a well unJerstooJ fact fh it ev
ery man enued in business desires
tuueess, and it is reusonubla to sup
pose that every business mun will em
ploy all honorable and legitimate
means within his roach ta increase hi
bu'ineas. Another fact that is be
coming better understood evtry day
by the energetic and tliorooh-guinn
men of business throughout the coun
try, is that a system i tic practical and
well oonductod system of advertising
will do more toward attaining true
commercial prosperity than any other
agent within their reach. Immense
fortunes aro yearly made hy those who
advertise judiciously. Common sense
nod every day experience prove that
the cheapest and most effective adver
tising medium is tho newspaper. It
possesses a greater value than can bt
given to any other medium. It has
boon estimated that each newppeper
printed has an average of five readers
for overy copy issued. It is a medium
that reaches everybody. The judicious
advertiser understands these facts, and
fully realizes that every dollar ex
pended in a newspaper wiil return
more than its equivalent Business
can not be done without advertising
and the only question should be, the
best way to advertise That the news
paper is the surest nnd best medium is
In Zaleskl, Sunday, January 3d, to
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas . Kndf.ss.a
sou. Happy pappy!
Iu McAithor, Honda-, January
Cth, to Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Gunning,
a daughter. Delighted daddy !
Flour, per suck
- sugar cured
Hocking dalt per bbl...
New Orleans Molasses.
Star handles, per lb. . . .
Soap, country per lb...
Cnai. per bus - ..
Hogs, dressed J ewt. . .
,. ... .10
. .. 3.00
BLOTTERS DAY, CASH, JOURNALS,
TIME, BANK, INVOICE, LETTER.
BLANK NOTES, DRAFTS AND RECEIPTS,
PAPER AIND ENVELOPES.
. G. SWIFT,
(lift 1!- ok,
nf ' ILTw. y Books,
j j; f : '" 'j";jjJ : Hp I yino Candie,
fh ':, JipPMS i l.ilet Stands,
" ' ' Vj-' ff j I'oi lot Hexes,
i , i ji ' '" "X tiv '-'urk l.oxes,
' j ' . V ' ;! If Fancy Ilaskets,
Is making his Headquarters at G. W. SIS-
SON S, where will be found an endless vari
ety of Holiday Presents, suitable for all ages
and conditions men, women and children.
Main St., second door west of Court House.
Etc., Etc, Etc.
"I'lKliie-lloiinbljIbrbcot aiiKtnlneil works
of the kiud In llro World."
AV oolJ Prtu.
The fTer-lncrennInx ciroul 100 of (his ex
cellent monlhl) piovesit eontiniied adnptn
tion to pniiiilur lf mres anil needs. Indeed
hen we t h ink into how many homes it pene
trans every month, we iiiihl consider it a
one of the educators as well ss enteit timers ol
Ihe pnlih'! iuiiiiI . for its vast popu nrnv has
been won by no nppenl to sinpid preiudieea
or deptHveil taste'. liotto f.7j.
The ehiiraeter whU'h tlii Mjtizint pnspesa.
es lor vmieiy, enterprise, wenlth. sn-l litt-r-uy
culture Hint has kepi pace with, if it ba not
led Hie time", tlinii. cnue Ms eonlii"lors to
rejxiir'l It witli jiislitiiibleeompliieeiiev. I also
enlilles them to a uresl elnim upon ihe pub
lie gratitude. The MapuzuH has done gond
nnd not evil ill t lie iJiijs of its I He. BrwUijn
A complete, set of tlAseaa's Mahahsu, now
comiiris n 4 volumes, in neat cloth bind'n,
will lie sent bv express freiuhl at expens ol
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The ll'wiy mniniMins a positive puntiou, arid
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The Bazar ia edited with a contribution of
tact and talent that e seldom find in any
jnurnal; and the journal itself is the oiunn of
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fssluoa plalea in endlert variely, to the prov
ident matron br its patterns for the children's
'lolhes, to Merumieii b it's ui-eful ilesigns
for embroidered -lippersand luxurious dress.
init-Kowna. but Hie reading ainlter of the
Baur is uniformly of areas excellence. The
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boo of Warfer't xViodKala, to oyt eddrm for one
fear S7 00.
Bad aamben can be Mpplied at abv time.
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bound ia creen morscco riot, i, will tie sent by
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fha poetabon Uaapaa'a Huiiisi Baiaa
is 20 cents a year, Miaaxiaa 24 cents, which
must b raid at IhembwruVr's post office. .
Address HAHEe- tt ".KOI HEhH, i.ew?ork
Dr. Bowirs, Deatist, McAr
Slio ilJ cuHatlho
MAOHIBEST AUD SE2D STOEE
A. PURDUM & BR0
Where 1 1 1 y will fin, a full stock of the very
bust u I
AGR1CI LTLfiAL IIII'LEIIEMS,
Consittin of the
UiIIIm, Oiic-lioi'so IItitk
tj c urills fur Corn Lund.
Tlw very best in (lie market. The
buckeye Improved nml American Feed
t'n'tcrs, Corn Midlers, Delaware Farm
Miaous. Fiiniiina .Hills, tVnrin liella,
the liiuioiis I'liion Cliuru, the i.rcat
For cookinjj food fc.r ato?K. Every farmer
and stock ruisor should have one,
For Rroeerie, wnrehcnt.es and farmer!. A
l.i rye Assortment of FAK.M
Suchaa 1I0E, nKES. FORKS, SHOVELS,
and PLOWS of all kinds.
also a full assortment of
Farm, Veeetaele and Garden Seeds
In short a regular estvblished frirmer's accom
modation store, where all are invited lo call
and examine our stock,
AT NO. 17, PAIN'T STREtT,
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is hereby given I hut Mrs. Angellne
Canny, Executrix nt the will of Klmer H.
Canny deceased, li-s hied her pet.iion for fi
nal selllement, a d the same la set lor hear
inn on the 2rtth day of December, 1872, at 11
o'clock, A 51. II. It. MAYO,
ALLEASVILLE WOOLEX HILL
HOUSTON, DILLON & CO.
n AVI NO purchased the above Woolen Mill,
would announce to their patrons and the
public in general thai this mill ianow prepared
to do all kinds of
CTJ 8TO IMWOKK
Carding Spinning, Weaving,
and all kinds of work usually done In country
nidls With rlrst i 1 1- workmen and maelun
er), all Under the uirL-ctitfh of
I. ,. LOTTRIDGE;
Such aa . ...
Jean. l'lanisels, Blanketsi,
Stocking and Oilier Yarns,
Constantly on hand and for sale,
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
which will be en-hanged for wool, at fitiea
t h it can not till to satisfy those mting us a
call nod at the same lime give 5011 Ihe Satis
action of putroi iXtng home institutions.
The highest Market Price Cath in paid
To til Stookholdors of the Gallip
lis. 1'cAitiur & Columbus Hid
road Company i
NOTICE Is hereby civen. tlmt t'-.v
annunl election of seven (7 Di
rectors for said Railroad Cuiijany
will bo livid ut lliu principle ollicc ot
said Company la Callli-olis, Ohio cu
WEDXESDAV, THE F1FTEEXU
DAY OF JAXUAftY, 187-3,
CoinuK'iicIng at 0 o'clock, in the lw.
noon bud closing at 4 o'clock iu lh
aflci noon of said fllteenth day of Jau
uary, 1S7J. J. J. Cadot.
Secreiarv of the (J. McA. A C. It. It.
Good for illau. iuflammatlon of a'l
kinds. Diphtheria, Wounds, Uralses, Burmv
Sprains, Ktieumatism, Sore Throat, Hwelliup oi
liio Glands, Inflammation of tlia jcs, Biukku
Breast, Frost Bites, CtUlbluins, I'iks, UcO Stiuc- ,
utd all Sores.
Good far nent. Fresh Wounds, 0.iU.
Tull Ulil, Sprnins, Bruisoa, Cracked Heels. Hi:i
Hone, Wluil Ualla, Hinvius, Hureeucy, Fonutlcr,
Lameness, f-antl Crack, IScrutcUcs, ur Crea: i.,
Mungc, liono Distemper.
This truly wonderful Liniment wat-
discovered by liO.MKU ANUEUSON, A.M., l.tte
l'mfesjor of Chemistry aud Mathematics intl.)
C lluton Liberal Institute, of Oneida Counly.N.Y.
In t-xperiniciiting for tho purpura of makit.r
I'inssic Acitl. by uniting the indepcndcntgiiscohd
bodies of which it lacotnDOfcd, a residuum w..
b ft, which, on bi-inj applied to bruises aud In
flamed parts, by Ihe stndentsof thu lllalitule. w.i :
found toposseiis tho reumrkablo propartyof coi.!
ingduwuand carrylnsrotT tho inuornmatVin n;. .
koreuess at once, and reBtorhis tho parts to wntuL
ness and health iu a few hours without p-iu e :
It U not a Iieatlnff Liniment, h,.;
nets by Its JK-eulior 5H;cltlc or chemical quulitii j
In dissolving aud icatlering the aorcnesa and in
llaminutioii of thu Injured uirt. By a free ap
plication, tho red surloce aoou becomes coo ,
moist and natural, and (a restored to natur.i
health without suppuration or destruction.
A a Liniment for Ilorae Fleali,fcr
the cure of all tho ailment named above, w -cLalleuo
tho world to Uud it equal.
Price 25 & 50 cents per bottle.
D, RAHS0M. SON 4; 00, Pwpi's,
BUFFALO, N. V.
Sea notico In local column.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
rpH R vrnnd piini'iplo that operates In thr4
1 wonderlnl medicines, la the poner tlur
they poslftM in purifying the turgiil I. loot,
a.id expePing ihti corrupt humors from th
IIOt.L'lWAY'd PILLS consist of a ea-refv.'
and pei-ulnir admixlure if the finest vendi
ble exti'ii -ta, herbs and medical guins. I'-..,-.
sesving not n grain of mineral in ihfirco.Ti
blnation, they never expose ihose who u-i
them lo any dancer, at any tune or ai-ason
No - other need lit'-iia'o lo prescriho them l.
her children, and the most delicAle ooostifi
lions cull use them with as great a benefit i;.
the most vigorous and potveiful fruiue.
E0LL0WAT & CO., Sole Proprietors
78 Maidon Lano.NewYork
HMInwnv'H Pills and Ointment are sold ,i
2j cents, cents nnd St per box or pot. I
Xrnit;avini(is made by buying the large aims
iTiU'iii for sale by Wii:.
J. fianiicllg &, 0.,
Ileal Eslaic Agents,
T'HE Allender Farm, miSea from MeAV.
X lliur, luu acres -KH) acres cultivated, t.
young ore hnrds, pill bea-tni, veins ol coala :
iron ore undcrlvin. Apply In WM. J.RAN
M.li CO.. Ileal Kstatn Auents, McArttini
Tue Meliougal farm, 40 acres, c mile
west of .MccArteur, 30 acrea improved brd
ance in good timber. A good orehnrd of ap
pies, cherries nnd peai hea. Voal and ire:,
ore tinderlvmif. Easy terms.
The Doddridge form, Ti" seres, 3 miles from
ZileAi, on McArthur and Athens road 7 ;
acres improved, Imlnnce excellently limbered
with white oak and poplar. A c'oinlr rtnbl.
dwelling good new stable, excelUnt oiolmro
nf apples, cherries and peaches, grafted and
budded fruit. Coal, iron ore andliineetotre 11;
abundsnce; well watered.
"Shoe kef Freirie," 12 acres, mile from
Court House; vineyard nf 400 nines, anting
peach orchard, '.ii bearing apple trees; hmo
stone, iron 01 e, and coal one rein, eight tee'
thick, now being worked. Cheap.
In, lot No. 7", McArthur, on Marn street , ?
srfiinrr.1 west of Court House.; good loeatton
for business stand. Tart cast ; balance on e.isi'
rfe. The Most Desirable lei
idinSfe? denoe in McArtltif.
I OFFER for tale my residence on North
street. It consista of a splendid dwelling
house, well finished, inside and out, wild
eialil rooms and a sood cellar. A good oftk-i
) building, stable, wood and coal house and oth
er necessary out-buildings. The premises
I contain acrea, ineiuaing 1 acre 01 vineyard,
ail tnriity oeritig vines; mere are aiso inuiy
hearing apple trees best varisty of nmfteii
fruit, twenty-five bearing peach treea bebt
budded fruit, cherries, ouittoea, prnms.and
variety of small Iruit. tot further pavtieulsi b
inquire at the othce of this paper, or at th
premises. Terms easy,
deeaoem S. 3. POLUSti.N .
MINKAR'S HAT it OR E
FA It ill FOR KALE.
ronUming 1W acres, 130 acre, in grae atid
balauce in timber. A new twostory fruu,
bou-e, barn, smoke-house nnd other jiirrvoi.
ry outhouses are among the improremeois.
IMia larm lina well, ia well watered, 'frcciuc
and everything connected with it in good r.-
falr. Fur further informal ion impiirenf
ietf K.a. WILCOX .UamJei, Ohio.
A&A 'T2.rrBB '"Blnga Kami.
CVSi3:n "5t X one mile oonn .w.--.
PjlaFBaVjiof Hamden, adjoining
7-Li f,"T of Hon. T. M. H:,v.
Advertlacments .Inacrtsc) at fair Trice,