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SPECIAL NOTICES.
DECEMBER.
HOLIDAY GOODS
AT POPl'LAR PRICES,
And suitable Goods For
DECEMBER TRADE
WHOLESALE.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILL1C0TI1E, 0.
Q URRNSVARE
TOYS
AND
HOLIDAY GOODS,
WYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT UTRKT.
CII1LL1C0 THE, OHIO,
ImVlTR Iho attention of merchanla and fur
nuiiH to the larjie alm-k of the aboye r
aelaa juH received. We will veil l t rery
I hoi figurea to the trade. Order solicited
aa aroaiptly attended o. n-titii
' N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
IIcArlliur, Ohio.
Partiealar attention gien to the treatment
ef tke aalural teelh.
J. F. TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
fori lo the ilercliants and Furnace
u or Vinton county, a superior stock
f Drj Goods and Notions, on terms
Uimu.t favorable. l'Jeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
TI1E BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet lit the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
& 1st Rtid 3rd Saturdays of Alurch,
April, May, September, October and
Kovtnber; and the let Suturdny in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
tarnations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory eviJoneo of good
Moral character will be required in nil
its. A fee of GO cents is required
by law from euclt Applicant
M. It. ISAIt.vESCu'n
Hoard of
J.S. III! UN,
L. 0. PfclU'l'E, CTk,
School Examiners.
ward Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. Ferlh Relief and Cure nl the ErrinKnd Cn
fertituateou Principles of Clirixtian
Philanthropy,
laiaya on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
Ilea of Age, i n relation la Marriage nod Social
Kill., with aanitaiy aid for the alllicled
lent fr.e, in aealeJ envelope. Addreas,
OWAltD ASSOCIATION, Uox P, PI.:'mmI
kia, Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
KG, 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
It' iiiiipnieiit will hcreidler he
:fiM5 IihI.I on i he ai-rnnd niul liiat
l l.tll.AK Meetinitardini nil-
.ii" Weilliemluy rvviiliilM of vncli
nieatli. Halnan-li" mi ' rin-Miiipineiil
whe may be viflinf out .ovji nrp imitfl t
au.aa. UHJN WILL, CP.
Jean T. Rri. 8.
Mi-Arthur. Keii'y 17, 170.
SHE iFFS SALE
State of Ohio, Uncling Co,ss.
The First National Bank of Losn,
Uhio, i'lairitilT,
Auninxt
Thomas J. Rrcwcr et. al , Defendants.
is nncKixuror.Va'Y coiur or
toMtiox i-m:ah.ax exe itiox
PtlRKnANT In the comimnd of an 'xwn
tmn i-nwH from the Omul of I'nn Innn
I'leae of llni-Uinu Ontinly.nnd to medireeie ' na
fherifl of Vinton County, I will nllei-fnr ne at
the door of Hi" rimi'l 'llo in I lie town of
1 cArihur, Vinlon Co"ntv, Ohio, on
Momlayntlie 5th Day of January.1874
At the h.i.ir of 2 o'clock P. M. of nid
day, the following- denoribed l-inda and
tenement, to wit: pnrt of aeetinn No. nine
teen, (IV) Inwnahtp No. eleven (I I) rnnin No.
iitccn (l) ('orr.mrneing at the nnrihwet
corner of eection tfn. nineteen (III) anil run
ning with the auction line cat twenty nine
ji!) chnina and aeventy live and a hull (7V4)
link" tn an apple tree one mi'h in iiinmoler.
eoiiih CD0 east t link to a beech t inche. in
' diameler, north SI" w--at S linka. thence oiith
'I chaina and Sal inks to a red oak 14 ini'he
in diameter, corner tree, chestnut 2 inehea n
diameter, noiih SI" weat 8 link., Ihencn f al
t chaina and lr linka lo the aictinn hn.
thence north on Hie .wli'in line 01 chainBnnd
tVi linka to Ihe norm-i'l porner of said
an'iion, the plm-e oi bi(innini, pontii ning ISH
14 IOC aerea. oe the ame more or l"a
Apprei-ed ' 'ix 'hoiinaml hve hundred and
ten 'IoIIh'h (I'vMO 0(i) and muar, brink: to
third. r I Ihut mm.
To he MnM aa Ihe prnpeity of Tnnmaa J
Frewer to anlmfy an execution icaned from the
Court of Common HIphh, in for of The
Fir-t NHtionxl R ink of Lnj in. Ohio.
rKKMrt OFSA1.F. : Ch'i in hand on Ihe
day of sale. UEOKCiK K A I. Kit,
Hhvntt Vinlon County.
Dece m'.er 4lh, 187S. 6
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON.HOUSTON&CO.
PBOPBIE ORS.
II
AT1NG Alted up nur machiuery in first
! atvle. we are nrec red to do
0AEDINQ, SPINNING 4 WEAVING
n ahort notice and in the moat workman
like wanner We have on han J and for sale
at our factory, good supply of
WOOLEN (JOOI)S,
Buchas
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for W00L
HOUSTON. I'lt.l.ON It 0,
Allen.ville, Vmtou G , O.
IB.
Eittate if John Dunkle,dc'd
Probata Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NoriCZis hereby gun that Benon Don
kle.aa nuardiao ol lohn liiinkK.ilei-eai-eil,
1mm fil-d hi" aocpunle herein for finxl -ellle-nient.and
that llm.aine la aei lor hcarin on
theliihilarot iieoeiutwr, A. L). IS71, at to o'
deck A.M. H.B. MAVi',
Probst Judge.
December 1, 117.1 4w
AWenlMmet. Inserted a fair prices).
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Don't lorget lo devote a
part of your time nett week to
poisoning your rats.
Wasted a girl to do gener
al housework in a small lamily.
Enquire at I hi 4 office.
Tub examination of pupils
in the public schools will com
mence to-dity. Parents and
rrien Js are invited to attend.
G. S. Finney, who has been
residing in Nebraska lor some
lime, is hen, anl purposes
upending the winter.
Rev. Adernatuy, pastor of
the M. E. church at lliimden,
has purchased a verv beauti
I'll Eitey Oigun, style 21, of J.
S Hulick. The organ can nol
be excelled in the county, li
Tub hook and ladder fire
wagon, alter remaining in hos
pital lor about six months, has
deen taken toBrunlon's wagon
shop lor repairs. It will be
Kept in the shed next to Bruu
tou's shop hereafter.
John Maklb irougii was
severly cut in Ihe face, neck
and shoulders by George Dar&t,
at Zaleski, lust Sunday. Darst
was arrested and gave bail for
his appearance belore 'Squire
Black cn January 3d, the pre
liminary trial being continued
until that time, on account o!'
the injuries ot both parties.
By Ihe Court proceedings in
the Fort Scott Monitor we see
that in the absence ol the
regulnr Judge, lion. Cyrua O.
French, formerly of McArthur,
was elected '0 tern. Judge for
the term. Mr. French has
built himself a good practice
in his new home, and what is
better, a fine reputation.
A son ol Mr. Edward Swep
lion, who lives west of town,
killed a lare spotted snakn,
one day last week, which
measured lour feet, two inches
long nnd five ad a quarter in
ches in circumference, lie d.tl
not know what kind of a snake
it was, but it made a vigorous
fight lor its lile, and was sup
posed lo be of a yey poisonous
variety.
Daxul PmBY, who lived
near Byer's Station was struck
by Ihe engine of the St L'Hii
Express going west, last Satur
day, and killed. The engineer
saw him and sounded the
wliisile, but it is supposed he
did not hear it, as he was h arrl
of hearing and paid no atten
tion to the signal. It was im
pos-itile to check the tram in
time to save his life.
A MAN namnd Calhoun whs
employed by Jacob Clement i
last Friday, lie worked one d
and ran nwav with clothing
lielonging lo Mr. Omenta to
he va.ue ol $45. lie aUn
siole a pair ol boots from the
McArthur House, belonging to
Levi Wilcox. Mr. C. seenip lo
leel thankful (hat be lelt his
(Mr. C 'sj old cl ithes, as he
liad about $160 in money in
the pockets.
Tub friends ol Judge Mayo
are petitioning Gov. Allen to
appoint him State Librarian.
The Judge is a most excellent
man, a type ol the old sch ol
gentleman, possessed of the
knowledge and courtesy to
make a most popular Librarian.
We presume Governor Allen
will not reappoint the present
Librarian on account ot his
politics, and if so, a bettermaa
lor the place than Judge Mayo
could not b found.
Swift, ol Chilticothe, is the
prince ol toy-men. It there is
any thing new in that line in
the East that is especially good
or desirable, Swift is sure to in
troduce it in this section about
a year or two in advance li
his neighbors, which tacts
gives his store a fresh and or
iganal appearance, especially
at the holiday season, lie has
been knocking down ihe prices,
as will be seen by his adver
tisement.
Mail Snatchers.
Reader, did you ever see
that long iron crane of an ar
rangement sticking out of the
side of a mail car? That's a
mail snatcher. It's the only
thing ever invented that is
meaner than ihe man that bor
rows your paper before you
read it yourself and never re
turns it. It's a big thing though!
we know it is, tor we saw it il
lustnled in Harper's Weekly.
The one in Harper's Weekly
caught the mail sack every
lime. It's ju3t like the one on
the mail train on the M. & C.
Ii R. only the latter punches
the sacks oil in the mud. The
mail going west is carried on
the St. Louis Express, which
goes by McAr'Jiur like a
streak of lightning. The agent
throws oil' the sack (or thin
point, and punches the one he
should take up over into Ihe
mud with his snatcher. He
didn't punch it fair one day,
the sack got tangled up in the
snatcher, broke it of and both
went into the mud. The agent
didn't lack much of being with
them. There was only one
thing prevented; he wasn't
repaid, and it would have
been a violation of Ihe rules
oT the department lor Ihe
snatcher lo have carried him.
But lln'8 snatcher is a great ar
rangment, und expedites Ihe
transmission of mail wonder
fully. Ii any of nur re-ders
west ot this point bhould get
this paper by Ihe middle of
next January they will under
stand that they are under obli
gations to the snatcher foriis
delivery.
Seriously though, while these
snatcliers tire a convenience
ami cdmit of the mails being
carried on last trains, by ta
king up th" small letter mails
at way stations, they have
proved a first class nuisance bo
far as McArthur is concerned
The mail is too large for the
snatcher, and it is qui' e as like
ly to punch it in the mud as it.
is to get it, which proves a
great inconvenience to all per
sons who do business at or
with this poin', as well us to
the pa' roils ol the three papers
published here. Except Chil
licolhe, McArthur probably
sends out die largest, amount
of mail matter of any town ( u
ihe main line between Mariet
ia and Ciucinn t'i, an 1 Iho mad
tn in -hould Vp here so that
he mnls could be taken cn
with regularity.
Mail Snatchers. All for Truth.
J.N, the immortal philoso
pher, sage and advocate ol
Until, was here la-t Thmsdiy,
but did not lilt the veil, p irl y
on accoui t of the inch m nt
weather and pari y beiau-e
He Kecord was derelict in
duty, nnd failed lo announce
in beQiting terms the proposed
advent of the philosopher. He
called on us and beseeched us
to "martyr wi h htm in the
dungeon ce V Without a
heroism in the cause of truth
which the prevailing trait of
the philosopher, but clinging
rather to u co forts ol home,
we declin '. Nolwilhstan ing
J. N.'s disappointment in neith
er "martyring"' o f
he
veil," he was so well plea3ed
with his visit to McArth i- that
he has written us a letter in
forming us that he will posi
tively be here on Friday, Jan..
2d, 1874, and address our peo
ple on his own living and true
theory of pacification, that
both the North and South
were right from their respec
tive standpoints. Then sj r- ad
the word among the people,
that they may hear, and this
champion of truth may crush
out prejudice in our midst.
Pay vour debts now. Did it
ever occur to you that what id a
small matter to you who have
plenty might be the means of
saving some good fellow from
actual suffering? If you pay
your little debts now, you will
sleep better - these long wiuter
nights.
Who will take the purse for
capturing the largest number
oi rat scalps next week.
Sheriff Georok Kalkr in
forms us that instead ot there
being great damage and loss
of window lights in the Court
House during the hte wind
storm, as' reported in the En
quirt r, there was but three
lights broken by slamming of
shutters, and the slamming was
done by the front shutters,
wue.'e fastenings have never
been provided. The Sheriff
notified Ihe Commissioners ol
the condition oi these shut
ters and the spouting when
he first assumed his of
fice, so if the Enquirer's rest
has been disturbed it will
please remember tint its own
Commissioners are responsible
lor the hammering and banging
of shut Uts on windy nights
We understand, however, after
three year's delay, many bro
ken windows and damage by
broken spouting, they have con
tracted to have the shutter
fastenings and spouting re
paired.
Sisson has a doll about the
size of a four year old child
which 13 the wonder and ad
miration of all the little folks
lie was lorced to take it out ol
his Iron t window to keep the
little ones from breaking the
glass, climbing up to meaure
themselves by it to 6ee which
was the largest. Take the chil
dren to see it and the other
toys, and you will uoon find
out what they want Old Kris,
to bring them
At the first annual communi
cation ol the Zaleski Lodge,
No. 427, F. and A. II, held
December 31, 1873, the follow
ing officers were elected for
the ensuing year: Ruben
Tiiompson; W. M.; J. A IVz,
S. W ; T. E. Knauss, J. W.; J.
1J. Walters, Secretary; E Fish
er, Treasurer;4C. Stncklin, S. I).;
E. Murray, J. D; A. Vunsky,
T.ler.
The Western Rural is the
best farm paper published in the
west, aud bus more hints for and
from practical agriculturists,
stock breeders of all kinds, fruit
growers, etc., than a small book
full, in every issue.
Extra inducements offered to
clubs, feittgle copy, $2 50 per
year. Address, 11. N . F. Lewis,
Publisher, Chicago.
The English Sunday School
Teaciier says: "The Bishop of
London hns but stated a truth
when he 8id that 'Sunday
U iools tie a necessity both for
cliildien ai d grown up members
of the chuich' And it will be
a great blessing when grown-up
members ren -ze the 'd"."
Rica i) ,m me cuiwrnsemen's
this week; you will fiudthttn
new, fresh and interesting.
Joseph IIikn, rpposite the
rjour1 House, Chillicothe, is pre
pared Ior the Holiday trade,
ile ,,e largest stock of
toy9i fanCy cakeHi candiei, etc.,
; t0 be found in the city at whole-
Sale or retail. Parties furnished
with everything required. Ov
8ter3 cheuper than elsewhere,
served in every ftyle, or fur
nished in quantities at Baltimore
rates. Give him your orders, or
call on him when you are in Cbil-licothe.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
TV .liuui L. lthoads and Maggie P.
Shunter.
Jo' i ii Graham and Ma M. Reed.
."Samuel J. Morris and Itoinau Mc-
O ice.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per uacK 52.00
Corn o
Oata 4U
Wheat 1.30al40
Ik-ans 2.0O250
I'otatofii 00(375
Dried Aor es l--
Dried Peaches.' 3. H)
HavVtnn ...12.00a15.OO
llama, countrv
" stiL'ar cured 15
Smoked -ldes 10
Slimililirs 7.8
Pickled Pork 7
Kggs -. '.
Butter 20
Lurtl -'8
Chickens, live 15t.2.
Hocking dalt per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." 13a2a
White Fish 8-W)
Kio Coffee
.2530
Coffee Sujjar
Demurara "
Cuba
New Orleans Molasses.
Sorghum "
Syrup
Star Candles, per lb...
Talow -
Soup, country per lb. . .
CLerse
Coat, per bus .-. . . -.
llog, axeaeed, .,.... ,
15
.,....12n.I5
VIM
... .80al.0O
.... 4050
. 75a.l.0O
,15a20
6u6
,.U0 a 600
25
20
IT YOU WOULD CONSULT Y0UB
INTEEEST,
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On nil Mi les for t aili!
WE OFFER NONE BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
EVERY OXE WARR.WTD 3 YEARS
H
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e
30
A SlOOorgnu for $110
2IH) i.-,o
2J0 " 1?0
" ?:,0 " ' W
4u0 iIano " 3H0
' "mO " 375
COO " " 4,-,0
MinNlcr, Clinrrhea and Bnbbath
School fuml-dird at nholeaiile rates.
n. ii. ka k:es,
a
s
M
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Hih St., Iwe doors
UJec73
Molidity God.r
Holiday Cioods !
-AT-
rp
A.
trrvn
I into
THE BRICK 82 ORE,
ZAJLM 8 KM,
In looking for IfnlMity prosonts do not forget tlmt Mullor has just received
a new stuck of gooils csj.eciullj fur the Holiday Trade.
JEWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS,
MILLINERY,
QUEENSWARE,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
And n thousand ntl.er
Articles of Ccmfort Utility and Ornament,
JUST REUEIVKD KOltTIIE HOLIDAY TKADE.
Examine my stook and prices hofore buying.
T110S. A. MELL0R.
U'leo 1173
OLD
Combs,
Brushes,
Pel fu tiiery,
Toilet Sonps,
Jewelry,
Watches,
Chains,
Loelcm,
rtracclct9,
Uings,
Pins,
Sets,
Portmonies,
Albums,
Gift Dooks,
Puctus,
As usual is nuking his
SON'S, where will fce found an endless vari
ety of Holiday presents, suitable for all ages
and conditions-men, wemen and children.
Main St,, second doar west of Court House.
IF O
HAT
Nothing is so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting,
A-ZEsTID
Nothing will Give so Much Pleasure
and Profit to the Young and Old of
The Family as one of those
BEAUTIFUL IM
D. H.BALDtVirJ CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0.,
GENERAL WKSTKttX AGENTS
Orsnni delivered to any part of the Comity
free of Charge. J. II U Licit,
Agent for V In ton Conty,
llulbert ilouM, MoArthur, (X
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o
c
CO
west of Mar'iat,
McARTlH'It, O.
CO
MELLOWS,
XRIS
Toj Book.,
Toys,
i'ino Cumlies,
t'oilet Stan Is,
Toilet Boxes,
Work Boxes,
Fancy Baskets,
LavaCardBask'ts
Writing Cases,
Portfolios,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Pouches,
Cigar Cases,
Tobacco Boxes,
Eto., Etc., Etc
Headquarters at SIS-
IR,
FBESSIT
YOUTlfsY."
-oC A WEEKLY PAPER fOft -
IY0UNG PE0PLr5
'TIF. rOMPMiN Hiim tole afvorilirJ
J eterr Inn.ilj loo id lor epyerly hf th.
onnii f.,.;, ami rraa mtli intere.t by the
olHnr. In purpooe ia to inlTeiit hiie it
annum; to l ut lioiniia iirai lii-al. aenmhlet
ami to hve renlly peiman nt w-jrth, while II
itrai'ta for the hour.
It ia han 'ai mely Hlii.lrate-I and hn for"
eon In hn tar eome of the mo.t atiractiT.
wntera in the country. Anroi g iheae ere i
Filward Eitiilralnn, Dr. I. lloyei,
Frar.Jann-a Dv.tlillr, I.oiilaa C. loallen
i.auma Ain-wfi, "'Ftuimte Jlay,"
Itebi-ren II. llavim '.A Hlenhena.
('. V. Klnnilera. lluth ( I.enlrrUrld.
M. S. Itobblna, H A. Ilenulxin.
It- rra idi i ailaptrd lo ol.l anil young, li
ery aneU in it a W aructer; aprlghlly amlen'
t-na mux. ! X'e
Starte or Advcn- Itelllaus Articles
lure, Storire or llouie ic
I.rtlrre or TraTel, Ki-hool l.lt'e,
l:hloriitliipautur- To lea, I'oeiry.
rrn. Tonic fielocilona for Du
Ilimorleiil An Idea, loumiiou,
ltioiirniliical eiki'l- Anerdolea-, Pnzzleai
cue, ructeandlui-ldeutai
Hl'IWCItlPTION PRICK, ll.SJ. 8)(-clme.
cofiiea ai-iil free, aihlre-a
PERRY MASOC &C0,
41 Temple Place. Boston Mass.
820 SAVED!
To meet (hUTQfnHU maud ofth tim th
rLOHLM LHKWlNO MACHINE C'0
Jinr iltterntinrtl lo
REDUCE PRICES.
ami Kill h'Trjter trft thrir f l6 M tu'Mo nA
other ttyln in ji ujorri6M.
THE FLORENCE
U Ik' OXL V Feviug ,Uiciiu llml fir,lt the irork btct
tC'iril or forward or lo riyltt and Irtl. a Ihr pnrcha
lii.iv pr,-jn It ha, Ik ,j,n,ll,j IMl'IWVHD ASU
MMI'Llr'lKlt. nml u Jar Inner llian any tthtmuf
clnHt in lilt nniri..
IT IS NOW Till ClIHAPESTs
ytvrtnct, Jffim,, Xot, 1, 187-K AytnU Wanted.
RICH FARMING LANDS I
KoKbALE VERY CUtAPI
THE BEST INVESTMENT!
No riuctaations! Always Improving
in Value!
Th ll'auM niht Comlrn It ni'ide ia li Adjunct in
Heal EUnt.
NOW IS I I IK TIM I
Million of arri-Nof Ihe hnent hinds on the'
I'onlmeni in eastern Neliraeka, now for anle '
tn mi rf litem nrrer l'irit in tht niaritat at price.
lli.il Uefy voiiiin-ulion.
FiviasT(I VmaC .it: it Civiir, mtn
liac-sTiT S i His CtNT.
The t,nd Cr,ai Hon U nl the Company U--ken
ut prfor Ian-la. 'I lu yc.in now be pur-uha-eil
at n lnrjte ili.oonnt.
WKuil ,ai li,iiliira itiven, new Oulite With
uew majis mailed live by aililrer-aing
, 0. P. IHV1S,
Lund Commiysioner. U. P. R.
Otniiha, Neb.
Hi Q'1 "-"J1 Kosinnleeii loacenta. Adtlrm-4
i.LIVANtO ,Bt I'uul H
ti.iiiiiiiuie. Md.
rlliXiOliij It HlR KU.N CIIIM
.h i. inline ii) li."M K 4 AT WOO I), pro-iiiii-e
ii- l.irj.--t lini Clin ne uaed on nnff
ccal oil lamp Pur :ile hy a I I imp .Kalera
)SVCI)MNCV, OH Mil, t'll A KM INti'
X liow eilhei arx mav Iii.vi i nle and Ka n
the love nnd nMii-tiotii of nny peman they
ehnnse, ml unly TIiih aimple tneninl
quiieiiii-iil nil i-iiti poaip-.a, I'ri-e hy mall lor t
ceiiln; toi-ther Willi n Mnrna-ie i-iiide.Kvypt-
inn Ornt-le, ilreaniH, IiiiiIh lo hul ea A queer'
linoit liiu.iiMi nld Adiirea T WILLIAM a
CO Pnbli-hera, I'hil ult-lphia.
Ur t l li1 V'lES (ilrl.H and hove want
V ' I I'j 1 ed to (-ell our French am!
American Jewelry, Hook, tintnpa, 4.in then1
own loi-iililiea No ei iiiul needed CiitnloKue,
Teriii. e i-enl ruia 1' O V1CKEIIY M CO,
Aili'iHIii, Mnilie
S2 5O0 H YEAR
mu le with our tptemtnl
COMBINATION PROSPECTUS.
II renr-t-enN ninde i-iae and atvle ofb nd'
inir ol Ml inlen-ely int re-iinn and iinefnl
lunik, ihn' ai-ll ni'erery fnndlv. He.t tiling
evenneii hy i-nnviaaeia. AfSKN I'S W N I'EH
lo mike a pennnnent hni-iti pkh on them
wor in evervi'niinlv. Pronpecin. aent poet
pnidon receipt of irii e. l on- Kor elret-lar
and hhernl term., add resa luriN K I'OTTEH
t O., i'ubhshera, PhilHilelphia,
CUSHING'S MANUAL
OF P AF.LIAMENTAET PEA0TI0U
Ilulearf nroi-eedioit and delmte in dellher
atie aenemli' lea. Ah inilinrllf AlllJ-(-ooA Jitf
trrrn mrmbrr nf a tlelitmi alirt nnd Ihe au'
thonty in all ihe Ma'ee.
-'I'lie mini anthnrilntire expounder cf
Aniericiiu iarhunieulai y law." Ckarltt Sam'
ar.
I'riile, OSeenta. Pent hy mail on re'eiptor
pnee. Addre.a THOMMO.N, BROWN
CO., Hotnn, Mna.
Valuable Tavern Stand
FOR S-A-XjIEI
WISHINU to retire from buainrae I offer
1 T for rule my taieru stand known tht,
Baughman House, Zaleski.
Tina hour ia doinx Rood busineai, ii
NZXT DOOE TO THE DEFOTr
And is Die
rrlnclpal Hotel la Zaleskf.-
II ii almet new has lately been Improved
and retiited throughout, hna all modern Ira
proteinenle, and nntl .tabling atifricient tor '
to accommodate the run of custom of thar
hoiue. 'I he houa, atahle', furniture, and ev
erythinf in complete -hape fur limn lo taker
r i id i hold, wiil be aold, St It bnrftiin, and 0
liUral paynienia. Tuany man who under
t-lande the hotel buaiaet, thia la an opportu
nity aeldom n He red, aa the hon.e ia makina;
big money on ihe amount invei-lod. If any
nmuoinhea to buy let him c.ill on me, and
will soo 1 conrince him that there ia moDPjT
in it. WM. BAl'UlinA.N,
SMaept Zuleaki, Ohio.
HAMDEN MILLS,
COZZENS il JOHNSONi.
PROPRIETORS
TE ha r(rchned and tilled hp Ihe,
ahore rnlll ' and foiled the trad. 61 iba
farmers of tbla i cinity.
-
Special attention Riren lo
CUSTOM WORK,
i , , . i. .1, . I j
A. A C'Z',KNS. an ex erienced miller, heal
eharee of ihe mill, and will not tail W im
(airly aod Kite general tatituwlion.
Flour, Keal and Feed
On 1 and an I for aal at
LOWEST MARKirr PRICES.
tutlT C0USN3 JOHS80K, '

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