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T ?2VNT0N RECORD.
5 '"UKSDAY. JULYUl, 18":i
MJWL l W I III I III ' - - -
Another New Departure.
The '-Allen 0. unty Depart
uri" shows evidence of being
very thin. In fact that kinl ol
a departure was pretty well
worn through in theJreeley
campaign. The people ol Fair
field county though are appar
ently preparing a departure
that will amount to something.
FairGelil ha been Democrat
ic for years when the memory
of man scarcely runneth to
the contrary, and like good,
economical Democratic refor
mers as her county officers
were, they have been stealing
the county fundi a3 regularly
as the people have paid into
the Treasury, and by strategy
in book-keping, have excused
those inside the ring from pay
ing any tax at all, have charg
ed for the same collections
times without number, ar.d
paid the same county bonds
time and again without can
Pubho attention wps first
drawn to .this state of affairs
in 1871, by 11. 0. Drinkle, an at
torney, and one of the proprie
tors of the Lancaster Gazette,
who had been appointed one
of the committee to examine
the County Commissioners re
port. It was so managed
though by companions in in
iquity0lbat no action was ta
ken on the report, and things
went on as usual, until a Treas
urer was eltctod outside the
ring. When the Auditor's du
plicate was presented to him
the road fund showed a balance
ot $25,000,whereas,the balance
in his hands was only G0O.
Other funds were short in the
same way. The Treasurer refus
ed to pay the Auditor'swarrants
and Auditor of State was called,
upon to make an investigation.
The work has not yet been com
pleted, but any amount of ras
cality has been unearthed. The
developments have created
great excitement. Naturally
enough the people ol Fairfield
think they have been paying
A little loo dear for their at
tachment to modern Democra
cy, and are no doubt prepar
tag a new departure that will
sweep that party into oblivi
on. The tidal wave is m mo
tion that will wash Fairfield
clean of her iniquities.
Tub editor ol the Portsmouth
Times is in distress because
Col. Coats, Collector of Intern
al Revenue, has gone on a vis
it to Put-in Bay. The editor of
the Times was a member ol the
Senate lust whiter and was
paid 5 per day for staying in
Columbus, but managed to
run down to Portsmouth for
three or four days, every two
weeks. The business of the
revenue department will not
suffer through Col. Coats tem
porary absence. The business
of the State did suffer through
the absence of Senator New
man and his colleagues
fioin their post. That is he
difference there is in the two
The Jackson standard goes
for the Athens people tor in
dulging in horse racing, not
withstanding the Athenians
called their races by the Chris
tianized and highly approved
agricultural name of Horse
Fair. The Standard says that
through it3 all-powerlul civil
izing influence, it prevented
the Jacksouians mdulging
in similar 'sport. Situated as
we are between our pious
neighbor?, we must see that
justico is done in this case.
Truthful Davis to the con
trary notwithstanding, we are
reliably informed that the
reason why they have no races
in Jackson is because there is
not level ground enough in
the county to afford a track.
Tiik Meigs County Teachers
Institute will be held the week
beginning Aug. 11.
Cholera is repor'e I in most
rf the towns along the Ohio
We have nothing new that
is reliable in regard to the
railroad. A "correspondent of
the Gallipolis Ledger expresses
Ids faith thus:
"I say to them as a stock
holder in this Road, and as one
w ho has watched its progress
from its inception, and as one
conversant with the whys and
wherefores of Loth eides.of this
question, att-d as one who firm
ly believes that the "ritht will
conquer in the end" that this
lioad will as surely be lit ill, as
thai God i just, or that time
rolls.- Those who have charge
ot it have laid themselves out
for tho work antl nothing short
of its completion will ever in
duce them to abandon their
efforts. They have shown
themselves fully competent to
copo with the moat lormidable
opposition that can be broucht
to bear against it, and time
will crown their zeal with suc
cess." A band of robbers threw a
train from the track of the
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacif
ic R. R, on Monday night of
last week, near Adir, Iowa, by
displacing a rail. They 6hot
the engineer, robbed the ex
press car ol tbout 2,000 and
lied. Tho country is creatly
excited, the people have turn
ed out in pursuit of the rob
bers, and the Governor of Iowa
has offered a rovvaid of $500
each for their arrest.
Chapman, of the Meigs Coun
ty Telegraph, wants to go to
the next Legislature. We ad
vise him to desist. Gen. Uros
venor has been nominated and
will bo there 6ure. If they
should both get there, both be
placed on the same committee,
in their natural positions,
Grosvenor at the head and
Chapmbn at the tail, it might
be unpleasant for Chap.
Boys who should attend
Church and Sabbath School
are in the habit of repairing to
the woods and playing 'Seven
up" on : Sunday. Jackson Her
ald. What a shame! And at the
home of Davis Macklejl In
righteous Jackson! Bin gin an
and the missionaries! where
A session of District Court
has been called for Gallia Co. ,
commencing Sept. 15.
Uugu IIilluouse, an oil cit
izen of Chillicothp, aged 8G
years, died on the 23d.
Tiik Democrats of Ross coun
ty are getting up a very inter
esting little fight over the
loaves and fishes.
A large fire iu Baltimore
last Friday destroyed over half
million dollars worth of prop
The lawyers of Summit coun
ty will have a picnic, at tStow's
Corners next Tuesday. Some
Capt. Singer, formerly of the
33d 0. V. 1., died at Ports
mouth, on the 20th, from dis
ease contracted in rebel prison
Noble county has a "new
departure." It is an anti-Ma-sonic
party, with a full ticket in
the field. Some person must
have been black-balled.
Clayton Plyley, a young
man ol 23, in Ross county, was
thrown by a colt last Sunday
morning and dragged thirty
yards, bis head striking the
abutments of a bridge. lie
has lost his sight and the sense
A heverend gentleman of
Gallipolis, named Moore, was
arrested by a woman last week
for conduct unbecoming a
minister of the gospel. The
justice, alter hearing the case,
bound Moore over for a hear
ing before the grand jury.
A few days since, Michael
Rudisill, of Wayne township,
Champaign county, seventy
eight years of age, lollowed
cradlers and bound and helped
to shock four acres of wheat,
besides entertaining the hands
with several songs during iho
Our Delegate in the Constitutional
Don. Harvey Wells, our Del
egate in the Constitutional
Convention, is gaming for him
self a good reputation tmong
his fellow member?. We have
met several of them lately, and
they all speak of him as an ac
tive, sensible, independent, rep
resentative. Tho Columbus
correspondent of tho Cincin
nati Times, F. D. M., who is
given more to flippancy and
fault finding than flattery, has
this to 6ay of him:
HON. HARVEY WELLS.
Under tho gallery upon the
extreme north side of the hall
sits lion. Ilarvey Wells, the
baby of the Convention, who
repieteutd Vintoucounty in the
Mr. Wells, who leads the
Convention in the matter ol
years (when they go the other
way), is popularly known as
"The Lightning Calculator"
throughout tho country, lie
has not achieved a very veuer
ubloTige, owing to not getting
started very early, but he has
put in his lime to good effect
tver since he ca'ue to a realiz
ing senso ot hisldentily. This
took placo in September, 1S1G,
so that about twenty-seven
summers have, according to
his lightning calculatioupass
ed over his mathematical head.
Mr. Weils worked us a mechan
ic and farmer until 15 years
old, when, on the breaking out
ot tho war, he enlisted iu the
Federal army, ana served in
active campaigning until Oct.,
1SG5, a period of fivo years,
when ho was discharged. II u
then began to attend school,
paying his way with what lit
tle money he had saved from
his army pay. He went to
Pittsburg in 18GS, and began
to take a commercial course ot
study, and during the follow
ins i'ear developed his method
of rapid arithmetical opera
tion, which have been a
source of great pecuniary prof
it to him. In 1&G9 he publish
ed his book, "Wells' Rapid
Calculator," aud sinco then has
issued sik other works upon
mathematics, all in elucidation
of his peculiar and original
method lor slioit and rapid
computation, lie traveled Irom
one end ot tba country to the
other teaching his new method,
selling his books, and reaping
a goKlen harvest.
Between 30,000 and 40,000 ol
his books have been sold, and
he is now preparing another
work and as a lightning calcu
lator, having borne down all
oppositicn. A number of com
petitors were in the field, but
he overcame them in a square
mathematical fight. His last
tussle was with llutchins, Bar
uum's lightning ligurer. He
met llutchins in a trial of
strength iu the City Hall, at
Detroit, in 18G9. There he ad
ded thirty columns of figures,
five feet long each, in thirty
seconds, and was declared the
A year ago last winter his
health, under his tremondous
labor and continual excite
ment, broke down, and he was
obliged to give up his "cipher
ing" and lay aside his 4,6ums"
for awhile. Sine 3 then he has
been engaged in speculating
in real estate, and dabbling in
politics in Jackson and Vinton
counties. Pecuniarily he is
"well fixed" lor so young a
man. That he is also a success
as a politician, the fact that he,
sent up at tho age of 27, from
a black Democratic county,
wit h a majority of 355. Surely
there must be something, judg
ing Irom the criterion of suc
cess1, in such a man, to accomp
lish so much in so short a time.
Mr. tVells is tall, black-hair-ed,
black eyed, with a face sug.
gesuve of a Milesian origin,
yet bright, animated, mobile
and expressive. All his move
ments are made in a quick,
nervous, startled way. ile
takes hold of anything he at
tempts with unbounded energy
and enthusiasm, and had rath
er break than bend, be wreck
ed than tail.
Ai a member of tl it body he
makes but little figure, sensi
bly keeping to the rear, and
learning all ho can in this, his
first political office. He is a
fivorite wilh ibose who know
him besl; is one of thoso men
whom it is better to have for
a friend than au enemy, and
will be heard from yet.
Fkep. Kepliu, of Middleporr,
had his hand badly cut, losing
one ol his fingers, by a circular
saw, one day last week.
CE N I J ."F7A R M STR 0 N C7"
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ol'I'ICK In Paris' fliiililin?, opposite
tlin Vinton County National Bunk, up stairs,
VCdwardT. nrih, Plaintifl. against Frnnlilin
dttacliment before A. N. Crzul, J. P. of Rich'.
IhuiI township, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON tno Silth tiny of .Inlv, A. I. 1873, snid
Justice lasued mi order of atta dunent in
the almve neiiou for the sum of six t 1 m r
nil. I tody cents. KftWAltl) T. DEARTH.
July t"lio2Htli,l8W. 3w
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs! Seeds!
HEDGE PLANTS I
Nurser? Stock! Pruit&riower Plates!
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
BLOOM I NO TON HUK4ERY,
(iflo aoies; 21-.t year; 12 jrcsuhousej. 4 cat
alogues, 111) cents. Illjiil'Jtll
NOTICE . herehy given that n petition will
ll he pre.entrd to the ronimis-ionersof Vin
ton County, O. at their nsxt regular sos.-ion,
t. he held on Mondav, tho 1-t day ot Septem
ber, A. I'. SVl, prayiiiL' lr the e-tiiililinient
ofa county roud linu the following de?crilieii
route, to ait. roiiimeiK'init at a uhite oak treo
ut McAttlitir station, honi thenue soulh-ea-t-cly
wit t the stri el lead. 114 past the t:reliinjr
house o' (irvilleti"iiniiij;nnd through thepretn
isea of the he.n of Meplien salts, de'il, tu tho
nt I no of tile land and prcttiifes of Kiehard
1 1 11 mis, thence t aMeny I IihihIi i he lands of
a!d 'J'irriins to the nm th-ea-t corner ol the
nmlli-wc-t qnntlerif section No. ten, (loj of
toimiiip Xo ten, UM of rinjio No. fevonteen,
I IT, ihcticc ratt on or near the so lion ltne
thiouKh tha hitid-ot William Maitin. Patrii-k
C'rui , els..n ll'dllimes, .eorne Craijj, Phil
ip Warner, llaiii'ien r m imed Co. and Inniel
Hull to the Midh-eiist corner of seciitn Ho.
tao, 'J ol' said township ami rnnj:e, thtfhce a
no. th-oahterly direction thrnuuh the lands o
rivderic't Knitliind to apnint In the county
road leadinti from Kni.de Ktiruaee to McArtliur
aoui four -t in.N north of the hart) on said
Knhin J'a iircmidcs, the pheo f terniinu.
July Sl.-t. A. l'.l:.l. iw
N'OTIOk in hrrpl-y jr'ren IkM a petition w II
ho prPM'titcl t-y the I'OMirnm.HjnntMs of!
Vmtnn County, Ohm. m ihcir nxt m hui to !
he hM :m M"!ilu",s'pti iiiUT lt. 17-1, piny j
in fr lio p-t;it'l!imeiit of it munly rt:tH
nlona tlit follow tin rtit. In wif Hfyirmnant i
the M'in!i UM fit l:trl' t strot't, in the town of
Me U'hnr, in jmhI county nf Vinton, Irom i
liieiirfl eolith .fll'Oilt drtrrep- t, on n j
line with naiil stnft thrnuuli the lan-U nnl i
pri'inrfe of V-7.rn V Hoiliw!!. Jncph I'O.I- 1
It i le, Puvtt V. Hninl, Unrvcy U ) his m l
tho hciiN of H:t rah Hri'io, (UveascJ, to a pr int
in thtMnter nt th .LiA'ni raI. north of
the rfsiilcni-c of Levi Wynnn, thfMV' couth
through the I. in f m l pre:n hcs of l.cvi Wy
nntn to i M:kc 1" link! fM nf nn upple tree
ne:irth -o:nn line of ni'l Wyninir prem
imS tin-nee outh lmut A 'le-rpo- e tsi to an
oflU Uhc un the pp'TOt-p.1 of Ivy Hion, neur
tho funiili Imp ot Klk tov n-hip, flnl tuur the
Honth line o tho lnnHs of MM Ivy llixin;
lh-n-e Mmth tthont 8 Heu'recs e-t"ti n whit
o;ik tre niir the rei'lene nf John nlis,
iin I through t he premise nf the hnti nt .Ste
phen Mlts teee:ifpil, nicl Inst inenlione'l
ooint he nu th terininn of nil rni, ant )m
iUiC in Cliutoa township Vmton f onntv, ( Huo.
July 17, 173. 4t
Intcof Ohio, Tiutsu C'otitityt
Samuel G.Crillia, riaintlff,
L Arganbright A Wife, Defcnjants.
ix vixtov rorxTY c oi iit of
l'O.H.lIO. I'l.K.VS-Olt DElt Of Si.K
It'Uf-lTANT lo the command of an order of
sale issiip, trein the Court of Common
riciis oi vinion i;ot,ntv anu to me fitreeteit
as PhenPoI satd flounty, I will filler for sale
in from of the Court Hoti-e in the tovtu ol
McArihiii.Viiiion County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 30th Day of August,
A. D. 1873,
at the lionrs of 1 o'chick. P. II., of mid day, the
following dcarrilied lanilfl and ti-nenicittfl, to.n'il;
fdtiiutiH In the t'oiititv uf Vinion and State of
lilil'i, and hoiin.li'd and descrihed f 11 .: IU.
Cininsat ihennith we.t corner of 'Martha Ar
Kalibrilil'usur.cy, on the west lsittt,dary ot c.
tion sixteen, (111,) tlierca north with said sect Ion
line Mrentci?n chalnn to the nortli tint corner ef
aid xriii.n lixtis-n, (In.) thence a t-t with the
nerlh line of wild nation, furl v-eiuht (48) ales to
a links on the etetiun lluw, thenre south elevrn
dei;ree cant ei((hty ( clialtm dninty (!i)
linki toa dirnsr on thniotith tide of mdil section,
theiiee east three (:i) k,1" and twelve lli.ks to
a slake, theucn hmiiIi nfty-eilit (As) chain, and
fifty (.'si) links to a stake, the-in. westwardly
f.jtiyx (4i.) peles totlie aniith east corner of the
St ir ilia Aranliriulit's survey, thenre with Hie
east Imundiiry uf tie. -nid Martha A r i n t.riilil'a
survey to the ptaeo of hetiiiiii:, ami con afuhig
oue hniiilriil and thirty (lai) arn'S umro or less.
A p.raledai Twenty-two hundred and seveniyl
flva dolhui, aud limit bring Iwo-lhinUut
To be sold at ths property of A. ArnnnbrlKhl d1
Wife, to satl.fy an order of -ale, tailed from the
Court of Common I'leiia iu favor of Samuel O.
TKRMM OF SALE.-Casli in hand on day of
CiKOItr. E KAl.t lt,
Mieritt Vinton County.
R.C. T.oxn.Att'y for l'lai lift".
July :ilt, Is7:l. 6-w
Bavins Strtll'Sled twetltv years
between life and death wall Astn
mn or rhthisic, I exiieiiniente J
myelf by compounding roots
and herlia, nnd minims the med
icine 1 hits obtained. Ifortunatc
y diai'overcd a most wonderful
remcdv nnd sure cure for Asthma
Uind its kindred diseasea. War-
r-.o:e't to relieve the severest paroxysm in
stantly, so the patient can he down to rest and
deep comfortably. tiNK TBI At. I'XOKAtiK
fENT BY MAIL KliEB OK I HARfiE. Ad
dress D.LAiS'iELL,Ap.o Creek, Wayne Co.,0
build. rjc f7lt.
No tar used, foroutsldo work end inside,
instead of idaster. Kelt enrpettngs, 4c. fend
2 stamps for circular nd aamplea. C. J.'FaY,
Uainden; N. J,
SI.Ansr., Havl Inonf. u,..lf .11
of workimr people, of
rune, a. v miirnrnia. mnae mnie money
at work lor ns ir ibeir spnre ni' l. enls. or ell
the time, than nnvthinit else. Particulars free.
Address ti. bTINsuN :., Portland, Maine.
We p.. re the hit bit pers
msnenlly, cheat', quick,
without "uttering or ins
vourcase. Address s. tr.
IIX'AKMSI Ki'M., M. D,
STOCK and Ore Sci.les as Rood as new, for
sale at very low price. Call on
notll U.O.JONES Attorney.
83,000 FOR 20 CENTS
Heloie j cm Hiart on punney, buy hp hccI
dent insurance ticket of the Ksilaay pasen
gem Asai ranc. Co., ol Km tfonl, Conn. Tick,
rta for sale, at railroaa atattuns. Am for tin
The next'lorni.in tellee awl Academy he
Itiim 'I hurs.lny, Mepl. 4. 'I he town in health,
fid nnd !rnnnt, the people intelligent rt
Sued ami in full sympathy with the colloue.
t auineta and apparatus are iirite and excel
lent; the it uinlmr of volumes (loo Candi.
dates lor the ministry have tuiiion and room
rent renitted, and aid in Hiven to other werthy
Indents needing it. The aucm awe ol the
In-1 two yean much larger than liel'ore. Ad'
diees the Present, 1. W. AMIKKVYsi.
GSANDZST SCfiEME ETE KNOWN
Fourth Grand Gift Conceit
For Ihe Reni.flt oftha
PUBLIC LIERARYof KENTUCKY
12,000 CAiU GIFTS $1,500,000.
Every Fifth. Ticket Eraws a Gift.
The Fourth firand Hid Concert authorned
hy gpeeial not of the Legislature for the bene
Hi of tho Public Lihraiyy of Kentucky, will
Ink phiee iu 1'ubliu Library Hall, at Louis
WEDNESDAY, DKCEMBEIt 3. 1S73
Only aijrtv thousand tickets will bo sold and
one-lodf of these are intended lor the Euro
pean Market, thus leaving only .tii.tmii for salt)
iu Ihe United Mates, where ou,UlK Here dis
posed of forum third conceit The tickets
are divided into ten common or pints and
hare on their luck the scheme with full ex
planation nf Iheir mode of drawinf .
At this concert which will bathe grandest
musical display ever witnessed iu lli.s coun
try, the unprecedented sum of
divi led into I J.'kmi cash tfilt will he distrib
uted by lot anion)) the ticket holders. The
nuiiioers of the tickets to ho drawn from one
wheel by blind children and the gilts Irom an
other. LIST OF GIFTS.
One grand enah Rdt, f-iVKfOT); one flrnnil
cash nut, Io-i.iioii; una grand ciuh Rift, so.uuii;
one iiian I ensh frill, a.'),""11, one urnnd cash
(iitt, 17,6il; 10 cash K''ls I0,ikn) each, luo.unn;
:m ens!, (!itt f,ritM each, I .Mi.tn 11; f.n cash Kills,
l.iitio em h; CK'.uihi; hoc mh uilts. Aim mcli,4i.
(ion; loo cash cilts 4ihi each, 4n." 0; I.Mlcn-li
eilti each, 4'.,olnl; afm cash g Its, 2ial i d. It,
oU.'luuj ;s null girts mo each, Xl,6uu; 11,1X0
cash Kills fin each, fiSli.not),
Tntnl, l-J.uut' gilts, all catdi, amounting to
?l ..'. H.lHO.
The distribution will be positive, whether
nil the tickets are sold or not. and the 1'J.ikmi
Kiflsall p:ii l in proportion to tho tickets sold
dl unsold tickets lout); destroyed, as at
too first and second conceits, and uut rejire
seutud in the drawintr.
PRICE Of TICKETS.
lVhrle tickets J.'in, halves 2i; tentha or each
coupon, fi eleven whole tickets lor ii' ti; ilVt
Iteketsf.ir LO"", li:l whole tickets lor i.ooo;
227 whole tickets for lo.O'io. Xo illacoiint cn
less i ban S"i"0 worth of tickets at a time.
The unparalleled success of the third pifl
concert, as well a. the satisfaction jiiven by
the first and seeon makes it only necessary
to announce the fourth to insure the prompt
sale ot everv ticket. Tho fourth Rift concert
will be conducted in nil its details like the
third, nnd full particulars may I.p learned
from circulars, which be sent tree from Una
onVe to all who apply for them.
Ticket nour uiy for sale, and all order,
accotnpan ed by the money promptly filled.
Liberal terms given totho.ewho hnv to Bell
niriiiii. Tilt W. E BHAMI.ETfK,
Agcut 'h.ld. I.ibr.i Ky., nnd Mnnauertiift Con
cm, Pii'.lic Library Building, Louis
Write for price lisl'to J. II, JOU.VS SOX'
GREAT WESTERN GUN
170 SmithfieM si , Piit-hurj'!. Ta.
Uroeeh-loadin.' sh 1'ijiins. M'in I'oubte
shot etuis, !a to 51 ;.il. Single onn. : lo f lu.
llifles. !S 10 S7. Revolvers, 5.1 tn S'A. P,s
t"ls, tl to fi. Hun material. H-liirta liiekle,
A". Lirua discounts to dealers or eloba
t rmy ffiin ', revolvers, etc , h'uhl or trn-led
for. lioods sent h' sxiuess 0. 0. V. to bo
examined be fore paid for,
ONLY 7HINkr25"CENf S
Kor a litilf n pint bottle of
'I he best nnd ehrnret Hitters made. Thev
cure all billion disease and are tnvnltbdile
as a preventive ofh'verand turtle, dumb nynn,
chills nn I f..vi.r, eic., et". Maniifnetiired by
the Pom M AN'S B1TTPSS M , OSWRtio,
N. V. I. ni'L'e bottles, full niiurls, H. TFor
sale by all dnicist-'.
IXolice lo Trespassers.
VOT'CK is hereby given th at we forbid all
, persons tresspassing on our preousa in
any manner w hatsoever. Any person found
on oui premises . iihoul permission will be
prosecuted to the lull cxietu ot the 1-iw.
17jttlira lr HAIIVKY UDBBINS,
COZZENS & JOHMSON.
1ATE have purchased and filled up Ihe
M above mills and solicit the trade ol the
Urincis of this rcuuty.
Sptcial attention Riven to
And care given to plene all customers. Mr.
A. A. UUZiiKNS, an experienced miller, has
charge of the mill, and will not lull to deal
fairly and xive Kenorat salii-faction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST MAIlKirr TRICES.
?UI17 COZZENS A JOHNSON.
A fin; lot of
PIAIIT & FATICY STATIONERY,
Also a full line of pure
jrem uruys, uueai
Glass, I' titty,
1 a i 11 ts,
en and Dye
ery, Soaps, Toilet Ar
ticles, Rations, Jewelry, etc,
,1 liire Lot ol Notions at
vry low l'ricvN.
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Market,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
ItrUIIoN, II tillers,
HlilM, Murs, Truco
Chains, Hames. and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the piinlin xener.!ly are Invtt.
e.ito call and examine my "lock and pit
ces I miilie iiood honest worK, use the
hebt tock,anuVll tit the very lowenl pricn.
REP ATI RING
and mnniifucliirin!; done to order, nd all
Work Warranted as Kepresented,
C, J. BIIXXNGHTTCST,
PHOTO GH APHER,
and dealer in nil kinds of
carefulW done,' nnd Iho smallest piuturcs
enlarged to any aizo, aud
Finished in Oil,
or any other alylo that may be desired, nt the
I.iirirc nnd finely finished rhotourniha
rnn he lomlc Irom old mill lulled, or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
nnd nil work arrnuted to nivo ialisCiclion.
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A Ml stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rjsI E-'Chewers' Choice, is now taking the
I lead ol all other Brands. Iti iuhl in color,
pleasant in taste, tniiuh and lasttnir in chew,
this lohacco possesses every quality to suit
fhewrrs, and sells hy the III pound hucltet
fully Hat cheaper per pound, than any other
hrandof the same urado and perhaps less
quality. I'M) liuckels of this eeleliraled hrand
have wen sold tn Chillicnthe alone within
the last two months, and trad still increns
Itil?. '-Try It " bCHKhElt A Kit AM Kit
Clnllicothe, Ohm, are the Mannfacturera'
aitetits nnd "ell at lowest f actory Trices.
S. T. BOCCESS,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all times be found nt his office.
TKhTH l-'X'l ItAOTED.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
saieiv, 11) ine usj oi
1 , o 00
To cll our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture ofseenes in thelate civil war
Bend stamp for circular.
YV. J. HOLLAND oV CO.,
Bpritiictield, .Vlasa , or t:ii caiio. 111.
I A. ill FOR fcALE.
,.5,'I'PE Jennings farm,
5rjf Hamden, aduiininf
farm of Hon. T. M. Hnv.
nn. tniln nntlh w u
ci.niioniiiK 180 acres, l:io seres in (trass and
hnlance in timher, A new two-story frame
holi-e, ham. smoke house and other necesaa.
ry nut'hnuses are among Ihe improvements.
The farm Ilea well, is well watered, (em ina
and ererythma eonnected wilh it in (mod re
pair. For flirther Iniorniaiion inqnireof
K.S.WILCOX Hamdeo, Ohio.
MAY 8ti7, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
IS now reolvins th Inrsest an t most attract
ire stock he has erer opened.
Invited to his Superior! Assortment
New Fabrics and Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
IACE SAQUEs"ariTLACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLCVE3
LaceGoods and Embroideries
in new rntterna
Oil Clol liS,nugniil Matting
AT CINCINNATI PHICE3.
It. II. SJIAHT.
TIIK I'AUI.OH tl)IPASIIIX.-Kr.
eiv In iy w.in.s cue I Kvt iy man wants one I
Seat on receint of ten cents, Audresa I,, V.
HVliE h CU.lnj Nuteulh Avenue, New York.
linn) 187:1 nm
tiik m:w i:t.sri: THINS. An
Important iurt-ulinH, ll retain the rupture at
all times, and under the hardest exercise or
severest .train. It la worn withooinlort, ami
If kept on uiuht and day, tlecta a permanent
cure in a few weeks, hold cheap, nnd aent hy
mail v;en reipiesled. eiretilara dee, when nr
dered lv letter sent lo t he Khislio I rttsa tyO..
No. Hroadary. N. Y. City. Nolsnly uses
iiudiil spnnu trusses; too painful; they liu
oil too freipienliy. linyaui
f.tnu AM, WHO AUK WII.MNU TO WOFK
1' Any person, old or young, ol ellhi rex,
eon make Irom i to S'sl per week, at lidtnu
or in coiineeiion with olhir hiisuiesa, Vaut
ed i.v id . M.lliil li' lo ( itlinr ciiy oreoiintiy.
nndiinv senon of the war. 'I hia is a una
opportunity lor thoso wli are out ol work,
and out of money, to make nn independent
livinir. No capital heiritf require,, Our
amplilel, "How lo. Make Ijviom." (living
ill institu tions, Htnt on receipt nf 1" cenla.
Addresn, A I'.t'll IU.S A CO...M orrta'ena.W est
Chester Co., N. M, linyaui
JOHN M. GCEIINEI?.
Itslian and Vermont Marble
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly decided.
Mulberry St.,tct'n Eecotd & Vittt
I Plipsrlotrnd all mv nun wnrlr In nersnn.
I execute all ihe Hner deaiirus. use the hest
ncitei ial, mid eiiti tot Iw iindeisold, I'i rsium
wish'iiu any work la mr line am invited lo
examine work, stock nnd prices, heloie niak-.
iiu ,-,piii , it, -in.
I personally Hipeilnlend the enrefiil seltine
up ol si on a and mono menu bought' at inj
Hv t;il V! n if at this hnn von will save from lit
to S!u per cent, paid to aid ills. i4i.pl 73
8 maidl:' i. ik, ..y.
AND DKAI.ER IN
Foreign and American
. Tools, Etc.
Old Watrb t'nacs and old Cold nod Hllrev
Tha "Root or,A rt.nn..t
auw MWu uuu vucaucDb
JOHN . HOLLAND'S
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
; MANUFACTORY Ko;. 119 WEST th kl.
'I'lTANTEIi, ayents and peddlers fhr our
I'ress and ritrainer Presses and atrsinA
lams, elhe. herhs, veuetahles, Urd, tallow,
meats, cheese, Ac. OTer 60,i sold in
few localities. Sells quick. Every family
jviinta it. ewlnft Machine and other estabv
lished agents are ftndinc ihia ?er profitable.
Urculara fie. I.ittleHeld nnd Uime, lu
sahinyton street, Boston. Hum. Imaw
Sent nr, re.-sH ol as c's. I'nioue priollna
and pubhshina House. 36 Vs .tr..t v..
! T9rk- - - . lmy.m
! The Deck wlih 20 Fnmlly Fewln M
chine, en 30 Ujs Trl..l many sdvantair.
e. over sll. iaii.lHetM.n (..sranieed. oi 10
lefnnded. bent cnmplele.wilh full directions,
I t"Lkwlln 8wing Machine UoM2 Bread.. y'