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THE VINTON RECORD.
McARTUUR, OHIO,
WniRSPAY. SEPT. 18, 1873
Repuplican County Convention.
The' convention met at 11
.o'clock, Sept 15, and eflected
temporary organization by
lectiag Oapt. J. W. Delay,
Chairman, and J, A. Feiton,
Secretary.
On motion tbe Chair appoint
d the following committees:
On credential! Thoi.Fle(cb
er of Wilkesville, Davis Dun
can of Madison, and John Dill
of Clinton.
On permanent organization
James W. Yeeley of Clinton,
Isaac Dunkle of Swan, and Dr.
Andrew Wolf of Elk.
On motion the convention
took a recess till 1 o'clock.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The convention re-assembled
t the hour designated.
The committee on credentials
reported all the townships rep
resented except Vinton, liar
rison and Eagle, and no con
tested seats.
The committee on perma
cent organization and order of
business reported the names of
Thos. Fletcher of Wilkesville
as Chairman and Dr. b. 0. Tee
ters of Jackson as Secretary;
and recommended that nomi
nations be in the order of
Representative, Auditor, Pros
eating Attorney, Commission
er and Surveyor. On motion
the report of the committee
was adopted, and the perma
nent officers assumed their po
sitions. On motion the chair appoint
ed II. W. Coultrap and Daniel
Curry, tellers.
James W. Yeeley announced
the name of lion. T. M. Bay ol
Clinton for Representative.
There being no other name an
noancedMr. Bay was declared
the nominee by acclamation.
The names of George L. Der
ry and Phillip Keck ot Wilkes
Tile and Wm. 8. Crow of Rich
land were announced tor Au
dltor. A ballot raenUftil in lh
choioe of Phillip Keck, the
Tote standing Keck 24, Crow
13, Derry 8.
There being but one name
announced for Prosecuting At
torney, Capt. Wm. J. Rannells
of Elk, he was nominated by
acclamation, as was also Er
nest Fisher of Madison fur
Commissioner, and Wm. S.
Crow of Richland for Surveyor,
The following names were
reported and adopted as mem
bers of tbe Central Committee
Brown T. R. James and Iiaao An
drew
Clinton Jai. W.Yeelej and John Dill
Jackson Dr. 8. C. Teeters and Oliver
Curry.
Bichland I. N. Lottridge and E
JRatcliff.
Madison 0. E. Atkison, D. Danoan
and a. J. Norton.
Knox Levi Uobinet and Aaron Mar
tin.
Swan B. P. Johnson, I F. Sain and
Wm. Pjle.
WJlkes-John Miller, W. C. Ciine and
A.A-CrowelL
Elk-G. W. Waxier, Enos. T. Win
ten and Henry Ilerrold.
Eagle Wm. R. Yaple and Jesse Ray.
Harrison Mucus H. Walker, Peter
email wood.
Vinton Harrison Campbell, Andrew
C'ottrill,.
There being no further business the
Convention adjourned tini die.
THOS. FLETCHER, Ch'm.
THOS. FLETCHER, Ch'm. S. C. TEETERS, Sec'y.
Juoos Pottkr accepts the
aituation, and acknowledgej
that be came to the surface be
cause this was lhe era ot dem
gogaes. lie even accuses as
of gathering him up as "the
shattered remains ot last win
ter'i contest." We'll acknowl
edge, Judge, that it was a lit
tie mean in us to gather you
Bp in your "shattered" condi
tion. But we bad an object.
If we can -only get you up to
the pitch where you will grind
off a column or two for the En
quirer each week, we are
lure of a victory at tbe polls.
If we can just keep it before
the people that you are still
with the Democracry, they will
know that that party is over
burdened with virtue and they
will have to get on tbe other
aide to keep np the political
equilibrium 1
THOS. FLETCHER, Ch'm. S. C. TEETERS, Sec'y. Our Ticket---A Good Day's
Work.
Tbe convention last Monday
placed in nomination an unex
ceptionable ticket. Eon. T.
M. Bay, who heads the ticket,
is our present Representative
He is one of the staunch lar
mere of our county, and as a
representative has been a faith
ful guardian of the people's in
terests, careful to lay no addi
tional burdens upon the shoul
ders of tbe people and a per
sistent fighter against the
schemes of the lobby. He
ranka among his fellow mem
bers for just what he is, an hon
est, -sensible straightforward
man.
For Auditor we have Philip
Keck of Wilkesville township
a young German who has al
the qualifications for the office
II is personal habits and char
acter are without blemish; he
is a fine accountant, and popu
lar, having been elected Town
ship Clerk several times, not
withstanding he is a Republi
can and his township Demo
cratio. Added to these quah
ties, he served three years as a
private soldier during tbo re
bellion, and having tasted ol
the bitter is entitled to some ol
thesweets of public service.
Capt. Wm. J. Rannells is the
candidate tor Prosecuting At
torney. lie is one ot our most
popular young lawyers, and
will flatten out his big headed
opponent.
The place for Commissioner,
we regret to say, is left vacant
for the present by tbe declina
tion of Ernest Fisher.
Wm. S Crow, our candidate
for Surveyor, i& a No. 1 youn
man, with all the qualifications
to fill the office. The Judge
who was afraid to trust his
name before a convention, wil
not hare much chance against
him. '
The ticket ail in all is one ol
the best ever presented to the
people of Vinton county. The
mn all honest, capable and
popular, and are not identified
with any cliques or rings, and
arc pledged to reform the abus
es which have crept into the
county finances, until we are
deeper in the debt than ever.
and paper hawked about the
street discounted like that of
a bankrupt man.
Gen. Noyes Pay for Indexing
Compared with the Amount
Paid in Vinton County.
The Cincinnati Euquirer has
discovered a mare'a nest in
Gen. Noyes' charges for mak
ing up some old indexes in the
Probate Judge's office m Ilara
ikon ciunty and the Democ
rajy here are taking up the cry
ine ueneral contracted to
make these indexes for the
county at less than the price
allowed for similar work by
law. vvnen completed it
amounted in round numbers to
$13,000. The Enquirt r says he
"stole" that amuuut from the
people, that the price was ex-
horbitant, etc. Now we have
just two ways of answering the
Enquirer's statements. First
the fees were lower than those
allowed by law. Second, the
Democratic Commissioners of
Vinton county give Judge
Mayo, the Democratic Probate
Judge, a contract to prepare a
similar index for his office at
$1,500. Gen. Noyes received
the sum of $13,000 for doing
the work m his county, or 8
times as much as Vinton, while
Hamilton county is 13 times
larger than Vinton. Therefore,
the price paid is less propor
tionately than in Vinton as 8
is to 13; or, while, Noyes only
gets 8 times as much as this
county pays, he bad to do 13
times as much work.
V.TT t . ' ' 1
e wouia do. nave en
tered into these figures here at
all, but persons in considering
this slander are liable to look
only at the gross sum paid as
compared with that paid in
home counties and lorget that
Hamilton is a much larger
county and consequently bas a
much greater amount oi work.
What would Vinton county
do it J udge Potter was to move
away and take ail the virtue
with him?
Sam. Cary at Zaleski.
Sam. Cary, who speaks in be
half of the Democracy on tbe
25ih, at Zilefkl, may be regard
ed as the great political wind
bag of Ohio. lie Rets his regular
pay (or making speeches, and
has a certain amount of gas
which he can blow off at any
given subject if he can get his
piece. He is the Bame Sam.
Gary, who, in speaking before
the iron masters of England
not two years since, declared
that if he bad bis way he
would break down all protect
ive legislation anJiovite En
glish iron and all other English
;oods to a free market in Amer
ica. Of course tbe sentiment
was applauded and Sam. was
wined and dined in conse
quence. Now, how do the
laboring men of Vinton
like such an exhibition
of sycophancy on the part
of one who is sent by the Dem
ocratic Central Committee, to
teach them their political duties?
The Enquirer thinks Mr. Bel
ford ought to be elected be
cause he doesn't blot bis books.
The Enquirer doesn't look at
the books with tbe same eye
that the public does. We
think we pointed out a mighty
nasty blot in his books, and
one that can't be erased. Does
the Enquirer remember when
Mr. Boltord advertised for pro
posals lor building an Infirm
ary, wording it so that a con
tract was let out under its pro
visions to the highest instead
of the lowest bidder, and rush
ing tbe matter through in five
weeks less time than tbe law
contemplates? Did bis hast?
and loose wording play into the
hands of the ring? It shut out
five weeks ot time for people to
know that an Infirmary was to
be built, and gave the contract
to the highest bidder, whose
bid was 970 dollars above tbe
lowest bidder. That doesn't
look to us like the work of the
'best Auditor Vinton county
ever had," as the ring delight
to designate him.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
SEPTEMBER 15th, 1873.
Mvtj Goods
WI10LHSALE.
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.,
fOUI.n respeettuHv Invite th attention
I f of buyers to bis stock of
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholesale
prices a. low is any
Id an; other marlc!.
Have on ele full lines of
11 row n & Bleached Muslins,
Callcocg.Cbecks, Stilpes,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
WOOLEN GOODS Or ALL KINDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and NOTIONS,
His fcilitis for business are unequalled,
...sbling him to offer inducements to the
trade equal to any other house. 18sep
SHERIFFS SALE
State of Ohio, VintonCounty, is.
Joseph Stewart, Plaintiff,
Against
William Doles and William Doles. Jr..
r . e i ' '
xeienaants.
I!l YIXTOX COCBT OF COKXOJT
PLEAS ORDER OF SALE.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
Side Issued from the Pmiri r
Sheriff of said County, I will otter for sale at
the door of the Court Flo ne, in the town of
1 cArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
fieas or vinton Counlr. anrf tn maii..i.,.
Monday, the 29th Day of September,
.1873.
at the hoar of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands sod tenemeoia sit
uate in th said county of Vinton, and State
of O 10, to wit: the south-west quarter ol
tn south-cant Quarter or suiinn iWi.....
() township nine, (9) and of range nineteen,
nppraiseo si rour hundred Hollars 14(10 and
ut brine two thirds nf ih.i
.vuLiiiiiiK w acres, more less.
To be aold as ths propeity of William Doles,
toaaUsfy an order of sale, issued from the
Court of Common Plaaa. in fkvomf j....k
btewsrt r
TKKM3 OF SALE : r,,i, hand on the
day of sale. UEOKUE KALER,
... . " Vinton County.
Cand McGauraaT, A-,. terpl.i(.
mam
CDEAPESTPLICE IX TI1EC0UXTY
AlwaysKeeps aFullLineof
Fresh Drugs, Taints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, and Pure Liquors lor Me
dicinal purposes.
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soapt, Hair
Oils, Pomade, Hair, Nail, Tooth, Flesh
and Clothes Brushes, Combs.
School Books, Blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates.
Fine Cut, Ping, Chewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, Clgarn, Pipes.
Lanterns, La tups, Chimneys, Shades,
Coal Oil. .
A full line of Gold.Coral, Jet,Topnz,
Amethyst, Agate, GAmett Sets, Brace
lets, Finger uud Ear King, Necklaces
Sleeve Buttjns.
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma
chines. Musical Instruments, Tuning forks
Violin and Uultar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and sn end
less variety ol Toys.
I am also agent for all the Msgs
zlnes, Periodicals, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I furnish from three
days to a week iu advancs of those
furnished by mail.
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at
MAIJT IT.. H'AUTIICB, O.
T.A. Mellor's Advertisement
BKLOWCOST.
TKM determined to clos out my Summer
.aViWl' us
Eeady-made Clothing,
Dry Goods and
, Millinery.
to make room for my Pall Stock, and for that
purpose am offering everything in that line
BELOW FIRST COST!
All of these goods are adapted to tl Isosrlicu
lar season, and many are suitable for ate aiH
wear, being l itepuicoasee. I am derminsd
to keep nothing ovir a I want the room for
my new fall stock, and am offering such bar.
gains as can not be obtained elsewher In th
county. Come and seem. I am bound to
close out the stock and will make it an in
ducement lorcostotners to come out of their
way to Drag purchases.
I am ale offering a full line of
Groceries), queensware, Ta
ble and Packet Cutlery,
and liotluna at a
"Sacrifice.
I Challenge a Gompar-
son of Stock and
Prices.
Highest market Price
Paid for Country
Produce.
CilllOlll Xllt
imiis
Give me a call-at Mn. Solan's
Old Stand,
ZALESKI, 0.
THOS. i. MELLOE.
llsept 1178
Administrator's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE ( hereby given that Harvey Rob
bi oa, administrator of the estate of Jame.
Kobbins, dweaaad, hasflled hia account ana
said atal for partial wlllanent, and that the
same la set lor beanoa tne llih day of Oclo-
bar 1S7J.
H. H. tUTO,
Probate Judjra
Jt Sopt. IS, 1STS.
SHERIFFS SALE.
Stale of Ohio, Jaclson County.
David L. Wadsworth, Plaintiff,
Against
The Wellington Manufacturing Coma
pany and others, Defendants.
Ilf JACKiOX rOVNTTrOl'RT OF
t'OHMUai fLEAIt-OKltEH OS" MALE
PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
Hal issued from tbe Court cf Common
Plea of Jackson Csunty and to me directed
as Hherilt .f Vinton eounty, 1 will otter for sale
at the door si theCeurt House, in I he town ef
UcArlnur, Vintoa County, Ohio, on
Saturday, tht UthDayo October,W3
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. H. of said day the
following lands and tenements, situst in the
couuly nf Vision and atat oiOhio. to wit:
The south west quarter of the south-west
quarter and the southeast quarter of t' e
soulh-eaat quarter of section t' irty two, (.11)
township nine, , raiife nineteen, i. and the
south hall of the souih-west quarter of see
tioa thirty-Hire U, township nine, (, range
nineteen, It.
Appraised at four hundred dollars, I too,
and must bring two. thirds of that sum ,
To be aold as tno property of The Welling
ton Manufacturing Company, t" satinly an nr.
der of aale, issued from the Court ol Common
Pless in laror ofUavIa L. Wadsworth.
IfcKMi Oh UAl.lt.-Cash.
UhuRCE KALER,
BhenHol Viaiea county.
Jtwts Tatrp, AtUrney for nlaiauA.
boptll, UT3. tw
lhe Cincinnati Furnace
Assignment.
I HAVE declared a dirldead or U per
cent, on the shore named account; pay.
nient to commence on Monday, Hentember
16th al the office of Ihefmbat Judite. Mo
Arthur, Ohio. 8 W. KILVEKT,
Assignee Ciooinnati Furoao Co.
llsept 1S73. It
GErVEUAL ELECTION.
SHERIFF'S
PROCLAMATION.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, 1
Vinton County, Ohio, September 4, 1 11. J
To the QaallBe Voter f Vint County,
Ohio i
w
B EREAS. By th laws of Ohio rrsiilshng
elections, it is required ol the bherifl of
hi county to give notice before the lime of
nnniing a general election uy prociamiion
throughout the county, of tbe time on winch
sue! election shall be holdun t
In pursuance nf such requisition, 1,
GEOUUE KAI.ER, Bhetitt of Vinton
count', Ulno, uo hereby proclaim aad make
koown that th
Second Tuesday in October, A.D.1873
(Being the 14th Day of said Month.)
Is by the Constitution and lawa of Ohio, ap
poiuled lhe day ou whhh the qualified elect.
oisof Vinton county are notified to meet in
their respective townships, at their usual or
proper places of holding elections betaeen
Ilia hours of H o'clock in the forenoon aid 1
o'clock in the afternoon of said das, and then
and ther irnced lo role by ballot for th
fol lowing officer, lo-wil:
STATE OFFICERS :
tine Oorernor for lhe Htnta of Ohio;
One l.ieuienant Governor for the Hate of Ohio;
nne judge ni me supreme court lor lhe long
term lor the Mate of Ohio;
One Judye vf iheiMinreme Court for th short
term lor the male ol Ohio;
One Trcurar for tne Stale ol Ohio;
One Attorney Ueneral fur the State nf Ohio:
On Uomptrollerol the Treasury fvr the tttate
on (hut
One Member ol the Board of Public Works for
the aisle ol Ohio
IDIST'CT OFFICERS:
On Senator for the Senitorial fliatrict com
posed of lhe coiinlie of Vinton, Gsllia,
Mcig and Lawrence;
One Judge of the Cou't ol Common I'leia lor
the Second aubdmsino. ol the Seventh Ju
flii-Ml birtncl, compoHed of tho counties of
v imoo, JacKson, Lawrence, Scioto and
Pike.
OOUNTT OFFICERS
On
RenresenlstlT in thn Legislator for
Vinlnn I'Otmtv:
-i,,i,.t, in, i iii.iiii irnuniv.
One Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton County;
OneMirvayorfnr Vinton County;
Una Commissioner for Vinton bounty.
APPOIITIOXMEST OF Jl'BORN.
And tne Trustees of the several townships
in said cnuntv are hereby notified thsl the fo.
lowing number of Jurors are apportioned lo
their townships respectively, and that they
ore required to select lhe said number and
make return thereof lo the Clerk of the Cmn t
of Common fleas, together with th Toll
Bock. Elk 17
Enjrle 8
Wilkesville 8
Knox 4
liicl.land iu
Harrigon 5
Swnii o
Clinton 14
Vinton e
Jackson 9
Miuli.soii 4
Brown '. 7
Given nnder my hand, at my office, In Me
Arthur, Ihiattn day of September, A. ft. 1871
ttEORUE HALEK,
HuenHof Viuton County,
Beptember 4, 1873. 4W
SHERIFFS SALE.
State ef Ohio. Vintoa Caantyi
Bamuel Q. Griffin, Plaintiff,
Against
A. Arganbright & Wife, Defendants.
COSMOS PliEAIt OHDEK OF HALE
PURSUANT to th command of an order of
ale issued from th Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, and to m directed
aa ShenCof raid County, 1 will offer for sale
in from of lhe Court House in th town ol
Mc Arthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, tho 4th Car of October,
A. D. 1873,
at the hear of 1 o'clock. P. M., ot said day, ths
following described lands and tenements, to-wit;
ItnsUd in the County of Vinton and State of
Ohln. and hwiAJ anJ iLmiIKiJ ft. II...... n
giningai ine noun-west corner or Martha Ar
ganbright' nrey, on tbe west bontdsry ol sec
tion sixteen, (18.) tberce north with aiid section
line seventeen chains to tbe north wes. corner of
said section sixteen, (16,) thence evt wilb the
ftnrth lltlA fit tail AM.Inn M 'ID. 1
a suke on the section line, thenr etaitb eleven
""nw ' s'gniy (bu) cnains a- d nlnty (9u)
links to a corner on the south side of ssld section.
thetiea MrilkM. IH ml i ,n. l
- - '- hu imii. IILH W
a stake, tbenos south flfly-eirht (6g) chain and
art kji link. - ..i.- ".u .' ..
-j .v m aiur, inencv wesiwaroiy
forty 4ix () pnles to the .oath-east eumer of the
llarlha AevAnhrtihft mm. ,1.....
. . " l? ' 1 J . '"om wnu III
east boundary of the said Hsrtha Arganbright's
surrey to the place of beglnlog, and eon aluiug
one hundred and thirty (liUI) acres more or less.
Appraised at Twenty-two hundred and seventy
Ave (3,275) dollars, and must bring two-thirds ol
Lh-l Slim.
-uv F.vpv..7 v. a,, argauurigm
wile, to aaliafy aa order of .ale, Issued hum tin
Conrt ot Common Plea la favor of Samuel O.
Grime.
TKRMH OF SA r.K Tuh ,n a.. .
Tn h anlft aa Iha rmm .f A 1 vi l . .
Ml.
lKt nALEB,
. bheriff Vinton County.
B. 0. lion, Alt y fcr Plat tiff.
ept 4lb. 1873. i-m
sWf loeet
HARRY ROWE
103 Main Street,
CINCINNATI, 0.
Maxea a specialty of
Fine Watches and Clocks,
-AlkD-
EETAHS at WHOLESALE PSI0E3.
Give Him
llsept 1873
A. Call.
DIPLOMA.
AWilDIDBI tHe
American Institute,
TO J. W. McKEE,
FOB
Embroidering and Huting Machines.
'It is Ingenious aad will meet th waalaof
srsrT matron in the land.''
Eiulbltloar 187S.
John E. Gavit, Keo. Seo'y; F A. Bsrnsrd,
pres.! samuei u. iiiuisu, wiii-uua
T New Trk, Noremker M, 1ST!
This simple and ingfuioi machine la as
useful as lhe sewing machine, a.id ufast be
coming popular with ladies, in lhe place ol
eiprnive ntedle work, its work being much
more handsome, requiring much less time
aad not one-tenth part ti e eipense. ho la
dy'e toilet is complete without it A machine
with illustrated cin ular and lull Insiructinna
sent on receipt of f i ut Buished iu silver plat
for II 75. ,
Address, The BIcKee ManufuctnrlnaT Co.,
'M broaaway. tow I oi k.
AGENTS WANTKD-
DB GARVIN'S ELIXIR OF TAR
la recomniin ied by niedioal practitioners
and a speedv cure guarsnteed for colds,
coughs, cstarrh, asthma, I'ronchitia, spitting
blood, consumption, and all pulmonary com
plainls. Kidney diseases and all affections of
the urinal organs nerfectly harmle Ire
from mineral or alcoholic properties pless
ant to take and never known to fail Price ft
per bottle. Full particulars with medical tea
timoay and certirlcstea aent on application.
Address I.. V. tiTUE AGO., 18 Seventh A v.
enue New Tork. 18ep
Darts from the evil;or CupidAbused
A honk just issued, exposing I he ' persons'
that have appeared in lhe New Yoik News
papers: iheir history and lesxon. Stylish wil
lisns fully exposed . Advertisement from
despern'e men t4, beautiful women; clandea.
tiae meetings; how frustrated; the history of
theUoodrich tragndv, ihereiultnf a "person
si." Description ol living BroadwnJ statues.
Exposes social corruption. Sent on receipt
of 60 cents. Address Unique Printing House,
3a Vescy St., N. Y. ISsep
The rterkwlth 20 Family 'owing Sin.
e.blne on 30 Days' Trial; m my advniiiges
over all. haliHlActinn guaranteed, or I'ill re
funded. Pent cnmplrtn with full directions.
He;kwilh tleaing MachineCo ,ftU Brcndwny,
New York. 18et
I A mnj in, nnr.'.a Hf tnruut. Mi.l.l liv Ths S luli
A K.W KKMKUV FOR RI FTI RI'
Truss Co , No. tiS.1 Broadway, N. Y. City. It
el una rupture absolutely in rase and com.
fart night and day, at all limes, and under nil
circumstances, without any exception whnt
ever in any caso, and should never be taken
of) during tho short lime requisite In effect a
ptnuanrnt cure. Rent by n ail. Circular
Iree. Anydruvgist or physician will oner
Hum new truss tor you without exlni ihnrge1
L API ES,
BDV ONLY TUE GENUINE
GOODRICH TUCK MARKER,
Which Is adapted to
All Sewing Machines,
NOTIOR parllculnrly the ata-' p nf fl . 0.
GOIIUKICH, ClDcago, Ills , w.ih flte patent
ttsinp,. II. r. fiOODKII H,
Clllica and salesroom 2Uj bt.ile si., " Iw ro,
I Us. IJllllgtt
Attachment Notice.
Hugh R. Hendricks, plaintiff, against Urorfe
bhull, defendant.
Befor B. 8. Baruhill, J. P. of Jackson town
ship, Vinton county, Ohio.
ON the 28th day of July, A. P. 17.1, aiirl
Justice isMied an older of attachment in
lhe above action for the sum of SM.Vi and
said I'ause Is set fur hearing on lhe I Jin. day of
September, A. l. l7;t. at I o'cock, P M.
HUOH R. UEMJRKKS, plaintiff.
August ls7, :tw
IVt lice or Appoliilmcut.
Estate of Enoch flutter, deceased.
TFIE undersigned has been sppolnted and
qualified aa executor of the will uf Knocli
Kutter, late of Vinton county, deceased.
Dated this 4th day nf eiitember. A I) 1873,
Sw EZEKIEL RtTCLII-r".
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FOB 1873. jUSTlasi'ED.
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KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY. '
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North Sida Main St, two Toon
West of Market,
McARTHUR. OHIO.
mini ix7i
c. j. bhIaInghurst,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer in all kind of
PICTURES,
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UT IR.A. 1M! IBS ,
iicrii:itoni),
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COPYING
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Order,
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I may 1873
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
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kinds of
FURNITURE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthint? de
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A full stock of Cof
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always onhand. Wi ll
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hearse when desired
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Corner of High and Looust Streeia,
, McARTHUR, O.
TmarlW.
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men.
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