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4 SPECIAL NOTICES.-'
TJ. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT PEIVI'IST,
. i- r--
McArthur. Ohio.
" Particular attention given to th treatment
. of lb natural teeth.
f . '
Xo Bu8iNi3i. Dona." ox Saturday
. : L .T" 1 "
1 J. Fi'TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio, offer
Mo Hu'tferohanta agd Furuacemen of Vinton
'county, a uarir -stock of Dry Good and
Motions, on tarmt th Most hvorabla. John
tillelann, Traveling; Age'"'? j .n v
wiM. ... . ,-,.' r
' - ..p.. :
A, BPEWCER RYE: " J. 8. MA Ok BY.
WYE & MACKEY.
V IMPORTERS AND DEALER9 IN
Crockery.Chlna & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware, '
in nnrt flnnl. Oil. W!ftirB
V Will V -If wwkW MU
OPPOSlTf THE (iOURT.HOUSE,
67 'FAlHT SlllET.
CIULLICOTUE&IIIO.
loctl87l . . '.. '
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARIUI School Examlnars (or
on Countjf will meet t. the Viilem' School
: House, In Mcarthu.r.'on W ,,t" i""1 3ri 9l,ur
47 M March, AprilMay, September, October,
and November; end. tho lirtSntnrav'ip Jnnu-
nyi February, Juae.-July, August and De
naiwkop luiih ih IFxAfnltiAlion't to com
mence at ton o'.clor-k. A. M. , Satjsfhctory en
1 done of good morel uharaclerwifl be required
h 'all teases. A fee dr W cents i required-
w from ach applicant.' '
M.R. BARNES, Chn, ") Board of
' J.HHUdM, . - senoni
'' ' L. 0. PrUU. Clerk; ) Examiners
Howard Sauitary.Ald Assocla-
"rfirr(nut oa Principles of Chrltn
iwa n ifanri f'nm it tha-Hrnnir una in.
, . rniwu.nrupj. -
EssiynooVi. Errots of Youth, smith foW
'.lies of Ag, tn relation 10 Marriage sod Social
,'Evil(, wllh saajtaiy aid for'h, .afflicted
OWARD- ASSOOUTION, Box P, Pl.iladel
IM'ARTHUR ' ENCAMPMENT
"Mr. in; I n n c
JLJi"f EffUL'AR Weetinsofthis En
sltt limiipin "ill herenller l
.Wleld on the second and lant
"'Wfr Wednesday evenings of each
month. PxtriHiul) ul Vilier eiR'Hniiiniu
Mhirmar be visiting oih awn are inyilcd to
.tteud. . , JoUM l !UiiKLE. C. P.
Jux T. Rspsb, 8.
MCArlhnr. b' 17, 1870. ,
pn
S- i
ES
o
1-H
p
HERE NOW!
have just . manu
factured and am1 now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
kinds of
FUBNITUIIE,
. . ,
suited to this market,
I will: manufacture
to order, anything de
sired i my line.;
A full stock . of Cof-
ns and Burial Cases
.i - . . .. ...
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS IlORTOjV,
Corner ef High-and loonsi -Streets,'
McARTHUR, Q.tJ . '
7marl87-. .... I s A J', V.(
0PK1
W enr the. habit per--nianently,
cheiip, quick,
without suHenpi or in-
oonveniepce. JJe.cribe
your.oase. . Addrrss 8. U.
U8TKOK'-i, N. J).,
ttritn, MiChiSsn, P.O.
Q.- m
;M-.0-. '
-.-Vr, r-H:l - t5 PSi
EATERS.
Box 6,
THE VINTON RECORD.
OffloUl Organ of Vinton County-
LOCAL MATTERS.
'FR6SI the balance sheet of
tho Christian Church presented
at. the' business meeting last
Tuesday night foe gather the
following items': From April
1st 1872 loTebruarjr'' 11th,
1873 Ulq' wtolV' "amount, of
money raised by.the congti
gation was 711.81; oT which
siim 221 87 was paid lo, liqui
date tiro defjeif at tLeciose of
the .previous year, and $60 was
contributed for missionary pur
poses. Thus '(or -current ex
penses. there '.-was collected
$456.91. The entire indebted
ness of the church amounts to
$97.01 of which $83.61 is due
Eld. Fallisterri his salary. Ajt
ttie meeting 'referred to the
"mem b"e rl r es ot ve'3 t J p ay . eve ryj
claim by the lastday'of March
so as to commence the new
church year'unembarrassed.
It may not be ont of place to
mention here that 'since Eld
Pallister's location in June
1870 the money raised by the
church foots up the handsome
total of $2,229,43.
Anniversary of
Birth-day.
A Grand Musical and Lite
rary Entertainment, for. ..the
benefit ol the M. E. Church,
will bo giyen at the Court
House Ilall, Saturday evening,
February 22d. The programme,
which is iulL, nVd varied, will
te announced in lull next
week. The McArthur Brass
Band has been engaged to as-,
sist in the entertainment
HcketP, 25eents; children, 10
cents. Every body is cordially
invited to attend.
Christian Insurrection.
Quite a sensation was created
by a couple of attaches ol the
Christian Witness Democratic
Enquirer office, who got tight
last Monday, and went for the
"sentimental Christian", who
does the publishing of those
sheets. They had him down,
and was pummeling him in
fust clans pugilistic style. when
his better-half Inierrered,sand
put them out of the office. '
A good substantial old Dem
ocrat wants us to inquire ol
the County Commissioners
what stream it is they are
building a hundred and seven
ty-five dollar bridge over, be
twreen Hope Furnace and Hope
Station. He says he has lived
in the neighborhood ovfr fifty
years and never saw a drop ol
water wl'ere the bridge is be
ing built. ""
The Jackson Standard says
Dr. Miller owns a house in that
place which he has been try
ing to sell lor two years for
$2,000. The highest offer he
could get was $1,600. Last
week the county voted a tax
of $100,000 for. building rail
road, and the second day'flfter
I he vote he refused aii" offer of
$2,000.
uTfiE -"First Madison Agricul
turaPA860cia'tion".i6 the name
of a farmers' club, -prganized
last month in Madison town
ship. The officers are': tleo.
E. A kin9on, President ; L M.
Jones, Vice President; C.' W.f
Keller,. Secretary ; Jos. La'rfg--don,
Treasurer, 4 '"Th .next
meeting , w4ll ' be at ' Freewill
Baptist Church on 'the 22
It was Teporte'd last week
that the small-pox ltad' broken
out in the family. of MrsWm.
Baird.. - At first the physician's
feared it might be that much
dreaded disease, and precau
tions were tafcen accordinely,
but as the disease developed
itself lt flrloundto be a mere
eruptionjjora disordered blood,
and the scare was over.'
The Commissioners ajt .their
last meeting awarded trie con
tract for building the bridge
squth OfARensVilleto'joseph
S tanley v at $473,' an d the ' on e
west 'or'Alleusville at $378
.Afso' a contract for-800 apple
tVees", - to . & W Gold, at; 20
cents eaahset out, and war
ranted tolive. two years.
Adyertlsemente Inserted at fair Prices
A Strange Bedfellow.
Davy' Shutts is a character
in hlsSPay when he ets one of
his craiy' spells on him, as ev
erybody hereabouts knows.
A few evenings since one of
our physiciansresiding in the
north part' of the county, was
calle'd out on professional duty.
His wife retired, 'leaving the
door unlocked for the free en
trance of her liege lord.; Davy
found the open door, and'de
liberalely entered and asdehb
eralely ensctmced himself by
the side of the doctor's wife.
Half-awakened, she inquired,
"Is that you, Doctor?" MNo;
dear," was the responfe which
fell upon her astonished ears,
"it is not'the Doctor; it is the
Lord Jesus Christ 1" This is
the end of this story 1
Mr. Uerwi.ck publishes - a
card In last wjeek's Enquirer
in reply to a personal item.
Sir. Herwick states that he did
not, draw his revolver until
after he was put out of the
Hulbert House , that he drew
it against a crowd that he was
afraid would mob him; that it
was not loaded. We give Mr.
Herwick the benefit of his
statement,' but' "must remind
him that he was just about
light enough to see'a dozen
men where there was only one,
and that it' is "very imprudent
to draw an empty 'pistol on a
'vigilance committee." Mr.
11. appeals to the public to
know It it was not prudent in
him not to itrike Mr. Hulbert,
a nran fitty years his senior.
Yes; it was prudent. Mr. 11 's
imprudence .was in getting
tight, and undertaking to bully
Mr. Hulbert.
Tub good, easy flexibility of
the plans, and the impropriety
of the -architect becoming a bid
der, are fully ' illustrated in the
matter of our Infirmary. Mr.
Gilman's first estimate, we are
informed, of the cost of the
building wns $11,800. On being
informed by iiie Prosecuting" At
torney that tin cost could not
exceed $10,000, the figures
dropped promptly to that point.
His next appearance is us a con
tractor, when he thinks he can
make money to build it for
$9,945, which shows that Mr. G.
did not do hia duly to the county
when he rando out an estimate
for its use. If an architect is
going to bid on his own building
ho should be careful not to un
derbid his own estimates, which
the proprietor h;ia paid, him for
in good faith.
We have received the official
report of the work done on,
the G , McA. & O. R. R, in de
tail. From the report of the
Engineer we learn that seven
teen, rciles of the road has
been worked on, and twelve
and' 210 miles are ready for
the' ties; on three and 7-10
mile3 the work is from one
half to two-thirds done, and
one and one-tenth miles re
quire trestle.
Elder I'ALLiSTtR expects to
leave to-day, spend a short
lime visiting relatives in
Guernsey county, and reach
Lis new charge at Canton about
the first of March.
The Waverly Watchman has
onnd a new dress. It is one
of ;the spiciest ot our ex
changes, and we are glad to
notice,Ais improved appear
ance. Tub Ohio Educational Month
ly has made its appearance in
anew dress. The Monthly is
a positive necessity to taachers
and School Directors who wish
to keep posted. -
Court is in session, but no
cases -of importance have yet
been tried.- The Grand Jury
has pot yeC "completed its la
bors. .
Bo ley made a successful'bat
loon ascension, from the Court
Hnuse yird, last Tuesday. 5
' t! 1 . 1 . .
We will furnish ths Record and the
New YorlfTiHie one , year for $3.
Any orouV subscribers Wishing to eob -soriba
for soy of. 4he leadirig newspa
pers or periodicals cjin get them av the
publisher's lowest cluh.'.rateih by -sub
scribing at this' offftl. "
Tub sensation of the ' past
week at' Chillicothe has been
the arres.t of H. B. Lindley,
David , Edgar, Johnson M.
Welch, of Athens, and'0. D.
Hunt, of Cincinnati, on the
charge of swindling in land
trades, and dealing in bogus
notes, deeds, mortgages, etc.
Mr. Ptiefler, of Allehsville, was
one of the parties .swindled
Mr. A. Cozad, of the same
place, appears on the surface,
assisting Edgar in the trade
with Pfiefler.
"Two little daughters of Wm.
Wolf were burned to death in
Hocking county last, week.
The mother locked her three
children in the house while she
went, to a neighbors. In her
absence the house took fire
from a- defective' flie. The
oldest one, after failing to gat
the smaller children out,
climbed out "the window and
feave the alarm, but before as
sistance arrived the burning
building fell in, preventing all
hope of rescue. Mr. ,Wolf 13
a nephew of Dr. Wolf -.of cur
town.
In another place we stale
that it is thd general impres
sion that there was but one
genuine bid mad 3 on the In
firmary. In justice to Mr.
Sprague we will state that he
in'ornisd 22 yesterday that he
was prepared to take the job at
his bid 8,993 and give good
and sufficient security. We
asked him why he didn't insist
on his bid being accepted, and
he said he saw Gilman was go
ing to get it at any rate, when
he went to G. (and told him
if he (G.) got; the contract, he
(Sprague) would "make the
doois and sash as cheap as any
one!"
An Excellent Pen.
We have been favored with
a sample card of the celebra
ted Spencerian bteel Pens, and
after trying them quite thor
oughly are convinced of their
superior merit. These pens
are comprised in fifteen num
bers, each differing in flexibili
ty and fineness of point, so that
the most fastidiousenman
can not fail to find among the
fifteen just such a pen as suits
him. The Spencerian Pens
are famous for their elasticity
of movement, smoothness of
point and great durability, and
are a nearer approximation to
the real Swan Quill Pen than
anything hitherto made. They
are manufactured in England
under the supervision of the
original inventor of Steel Pens,
the venerable Josiah Mason,
and Jpseph Gillot the latter
making a few of the numbers
after the models of the late P.
R. Spencer, the famous , pen
man. They are used very
largely in the common schools
of the United States, in all the
principal commercial colleges,
in the government offices at
Washington, -and in the banks
and commercial offices through
out the country, the sale reach
ing an enormous quantity an
nually. For the .'convenience
of those who may wish to try
them, a sample card ot the
Spencerian Pens may be had
by mail by enclosing 25 cents
to Messrs. Ivison, Blakeman,
Taylor & Co., 138 and 149
Grand 8ireei,N.,Ybr the pens
may be bought at almost any
store where pens are soil. .
Di. Bowers, 'Dentist, McAr!
thnr.O '
McArthur Market.
,
Flour, per sacK...".
Corn
Oats
Wheat v...1..
Hams.tountry...,
- sugar cured
Smoked Sides
SioO
...... .40
35
1.35
..... Ai
20
.10
7.8
7.8
2.50
.... 15a25
.20
15.20
r.g
..?.C02.50
:.. .75
lna.20
751QQ
3.00
Shoulders
Pickled Pork..'.
Hocking Salt per bbl...
Sacks..." '.
Ntfirs.. ;..
Butter
Lard
Beans
Potatoes . . ,.
Chickens, live...,...t
Dried Apples..........
Dried Peaches -,
White Fish.-.
7.00
Rio Coffee,. 2530
Coffee Surar V 1G
Demarara 12n.l5
Cuba 12)$"
New Orleans Molasses...... .80.100
Sorghum " 4O50
Syrup ..t f5;i.l.00
Star Candles-, per. lb .......... . .25
Tallow. " 15a20
Soap, country per lb 5a6
Cteese f ...,.'.:.;..;..''.... .20
Coal, per bun , 78
Hogs, dressed $ cwt.f.... .'..:. 4 50
Always keeps
lJure lresh Drugs and Medi
cines.
Pure Wines and Liquors for
Medical Purposes, the very best
that can be cblained.
Physician's Prescriptions ac
curately compounded.
GEORGE W. SISSON,
South side of Alain St.,
Sign of Red, VP kite and Blue
Barrels.
M!lii
BLOTTERS, DAY, CVSII, JOURNALS,
.LEDGERS,
TIME, BANK, INVOICE, LETTER.
BLANK NOTES, DRAFTS AND RECEIPTS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES.
Standard Inks
O. SWIFT.
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
QMS
a full stock of
and Stationery.
EVERY FARMER
Should call st the
FAltMEKS' IMPLEMENT
MAGHINEEY AND SEED ST0EE
OF .
A. PURDUM & BRO.,
Where I'ncy will find a full stock of the tery
best ol
AGRICl LTLRAL IlLEMEXTS,
Consisting of the
Lacaaferaml niioUejefirnln
Drills, One-horse Hack
eye orlllg for Corn Laud.
The very best in the market. The
Durkcye Improved ami American Feed
Cuttt-rs. lorn Mn-ll-r, llelnware mrm
Wnwans. KunnhiK Mills, Farm Hells,
the famous Lniun Churn, tho Urcat
Agricultural StsnmGr,
hot cooking food ifcr stock. Every farmer
and !':!; miser should luivo one.
Forscythe Scales.
For arocerie. wnr6hru.es and farmers. A
Inrge assortment of KA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such as HOES, RAKES, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and FLOWS of all kinds.
also n full assortment or
Farm, Yeretaele and Garden Seeds
In short a rennlresti.blikhed farmer's accom
modation store, where all are invited to call
and examine our stock,
KO. 1?, PAINT STREliT
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
Holloway's Ointment.
TH E grand principle that operates in these
Wonderful medicines, is the power that
they possets in purifying the turgid blood,
a.id expel'm the corrupt humors from the
system.
'HOLLOWAY'S PI LL8 consist of a careful
and peculiar admixture ef the finest vegera
ble extracts, herbs and medical gums. ' Pos-.
session not a Brain of mineral in their com
bination, they never expose those whq rji'e
them to any danger, at any time t arason.
No other need hesitate to prftribv them to
her children, and the m.orf delicate constitu
tions can use them frith as great a benefit as
the most rigorous and powerful frame.
H0LL0WAY & 00., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Larte.lMewYork
Hello way's Pills and Ointment are sold at
25 cents, 02; cents and It per box or pot. ' A
greatsavinitismade by buying tne larjie sites-
6novlb7z4w
I
t
Leander M. Jones' Heirs
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICb.is hereby given that Levi Robiner,
guardian of Jonnthiui B. knU Mary L.
Jones, minors lias filed his accounts, sever
ally! with said wards, and that the same are
set lor hearing on the Si h oay of February,
A, D. 1873, at II O'clock, A.M. .
II. K. MATO,
' .... Probate Judge.
January 10, 1873. -
WE
GIVE AWAY $10,000
. Worth. ..
ta erery mbscribor to Our Fireside Friend.
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fully illustrated. I1 nil of reliable, instructive
and interesting reading matter, news and
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and w.hes of every man, every woman, ev
ery child. Whetnerliving in city orcountry,
and we give to each veiirly subscriber a copy
of our magnificent oil chromo
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Printed in oil colors, lu times from sixteen
stones, sine in20 inches. The aubiect is life
siz". Exquisite and pleasing, It can not be
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er ornament in any household. It can be
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i)J VlS.eml. monthly, for one year, a
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win pay lor Dotn papers ana oom
throinos.
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iwill pay for the Bright Side and
chromo. Gil la Lillias. and a larize
chromo 12x18 inches, Easter Morning, wh:ch
arniie is worth $0.
T i'll pay for both paper, and the three
"chromoa worth in all t2.
Doth papers are such as parents and teach
ers msy safely reenmend to their children or
pupils, snd the chromos are of the choicest
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HATS!
Fall Styles
3
-AT-
MlNEAR'S HAT STORE
PAINT STREET,
CBTTLLICOTHE,
24oct 1872
SCALES FOR SALE.
FATBBANK'S
STOCK and Ore Scales as good ns new, for
nle at very low price. Cull on
novll H.C.JONES Attorney.
JOB WOBE
Done Neatly and Promptly a
ITHlSOFFIflK.
Dr. BoWrs, DeulisL McAr
thur, 0. :
NOTICE.
James B. Reroy, Elle C. Bemy John W.
Remr snd Lctiri B Wyekof .d Milbery
RoacbA pKntifl, again, t Pit rick McNsoiee,
delendaat.
THE Pehadint Patrick MeNsin vlins
pines of residence is unknown, will lak
notice that the abov aamed, did ea th 2nd
day of November, A. 1 17. ble their pen
tion in the Court of Common fleas within
and for theCouatyof Tiotoa in saidatsie
o( Ohl-i, against Mia said Patrick HciNarn-e,
setu.ig Pirih that they, as heiisai law of J.ihn
Remy, ileeeased, are Ih owners in fee stm-
file, and are o possession of thn following
snds, situate in Vinton count", Slats of Ohio,
and described as follows, to wit i T he aoith
easl iiisrltr of- the south-east ouarter, end
the soutb-aest quarter of Ih south-east quar
ter of section No M. township No. f, of Karga
No. II; district of land subieet to set at chil
licothe, Ohio. '
That the said Mifberry Roach, formerly
Mnberry Memy ows. a dower interest there
in; and further setting forth thai lb defmd-.
ant, Patrick McNamee pretends-to hold a
need for thirty acres ot sa d leads, to wit:
thirty acres out ef the north-west corner of
svd tract of land, and claims an ealale and in
terest therein adverse to lb ettate and inter-
of th plaintltts, and praying that th tit la
and claim of defendant may b determined
to be null and void as sgsinstjih title nt
plaintiffs, snd for such otbsr relief a Ih ua
ture of the cat and equity msr requir.
brfrndsnt is notified to appear and answer
said petition br tne third- Monday after
Tbarsdsy the )3ih day of February 1871 or
said petition will be taken as true. -
H. C. J"ES, Attorney for plaintti B
J snuary t, 1873.
OLTR AGE NTS.
Aro making men moc filing 4hc lif o
C, L VALANDIGHAM
Than has erer been mad on th sal ol any
on booK in Ohio. Wehava still snmachou a
territory left. Thos who apfdy first will cet
t For terms, address TURNUULL BROTU
ER.S, Baltimore, Md.
Largest Organ Establishment in ths
World.
7 Extensive Factories.
J. ESTEY & COMPANY,
Brnttleboro, Vt., C. 8.A. "
THE CULttBRATED
Estey Cottage Organs.
The la'est and beat Improvements. Kvery.
thing that is new and novel, 'ilia leading im
provements m org. ns were introduced first
m (tin establishment,
Established in 1846
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LOGUE. .
GUNS! GUNS!
Wholesale and retail double guns at fa and
upwards. Breech-loaders, $J4. Revolvers,
sll kinds snd prices. Air-gnus and pistols.
Hinule articles lent lo any part of the coun
try by express, C.O.I). Target Companies
and base ball clubs supplied at lowest whole
sale rates. You can save 24 percent, by or
dering of ns,- as vr import our own goods.
Send for Price list. II t.NRY C. . 84UI H Ea,
Importer an 1 Dealer, 61 Chatham ., (near
City Hail,) New York.
T& P.O OATS'
J. BEST IX CORD
White and Black Threads
Art toft JlnUheH, uithoui the mm of any mbttat? wkafr
erer to prwlvce an ttrtifi ia talon, theniy prnerw
ing flit utperinr atrenqtk of tir-ettrH thread.
The new tiailt of black htu iiiktn pol
iA, and all number art warranted
iixvnl lo lvNJ imhtik. '.
Fob Sale all Dry Goods Dealers.
ASK FOR J.&P.COATS'BLACK
And us it for machine sewing.
WITHEEBT.EUGQ 4EI0HAEDS0N
M ANUFACTV RERSOV
Wood Workine Maohinery Generally.
fpeclnltlesi Wodvrorth P I a a I ; (
Tnnansing and Unolua Marhlnr,
Richardson' I'ntent Improved
Tenon Machine. Kto. .
Central, cor. Union St.iWOEOESTEE,
MASS;. - ... -
L. B. WITHER BY. O. J. BUGJ,
8. M. RICHARD8QN.
AGENTS! A RARE CHANCE!!
We will pay agen ts 140 per wek 111 cash who
will engage with usst once. Everything fui
uished an4 expenses paid. Address
A. C'JULTER6o-,'Oiar)o tfsMk'h.
ttntOnr1' dM Agents wanredl All
pJlUU0R8,e, 0f working people, of
either x, yungnrold, make more money '
ai work for us in their spare moments, or all
the time, than anything else. Particulars freer
AddrossQ. STIN'SEN A CO, Portland, Maine.
Hi
.REWARD.
For any vase of blfnd.
bleeding, rtching or Hirer-
iie.v piles, mat uenra i
Pile Remedy (ails to curs.
It is prepared to cure th
piles snd nothiig els. 4eM by all druggists.
Price S1.0O.
T A Tt TX,Cr'nlr-nf ecents will secure
JjAilXLfOhy refnrn mail, a box of
I'Bliiior'a Invisible, the most charming of all
lace powder, a. PALMER, 12 Piatt at., N.Y.
administrator's Notice.
N NOTICE is hereby given that the onder
signed hare been appointed adminiatrs
tors of the estate 01 Joel bolen, la. of Vintcn
county, Ohio, deceased.
MARTHA HOLEN, "I , ,:,.,,....
LUTHER BOLEN.AdT,"nl"lrtor"
January 10, 1873. " at
Assignee's Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed Assignee
of Lewis C. Iay. ol Zaleaki, Vinton enmity,
who assigns for the benefit of his creditors.
Craditois are notified to present tneir claims,
dmy authenticated, within the time per.rt
bed bylaw.. CHARLES R. HBVKV.
January 18,1673. U
Notice.
Estate of Jacol Saick, !Deceaset
rl' HE nnrfersignsd has been duly du.lifinl
1 as executor ol the lust will and testataeet
of Jacob Hnwk, late of Vinton county, re
ceased. Dated (his 21st day ol January, A.T. 173.
juatr-ti t . UAWK.XT.
GREAT OFFERS TO AGENTS.
re made by Th BwrJaniy EvtMiNsToat and
iMs ludt s r si snd. a Deauiiiui ctironro ei
the
CHILD PROPHET 'SAMCElv.'l
worth S5 00. la given with Ih paper (sub
scrlptiun tvriee S;t oil) or with the Mkgasin
(price f -i SO.) Do not lail'to exainirle into this
otler, it is
A GREAT t'OMBIJ? ATIOJf i I '
Xdtlress for circulars, "srripte, Ac4 DenrMtit
iXsnas.019 Walnut itnet, PkUaJrlpk. :
Buy Voir
Boots, &A
Shoes of I'.W.
WILSON, at
nam len. wh-v
manufacture;,
and deala x
ehtsively 1 n
tnos srtules.
Special at
tention given
10 rine u.ui
Hoots.
fa' WAXh ,x

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