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THE VINTON RECORD.
MoARTIIUR. OHIO,.
VlIURMDAY. JAN 1, 1874.
Happy New Year.
The Kecord extends to all
ita readers the courtesies of
the season, and wishes them
one and all a Ilappy New Year.
In doing no we take ocoassion
to say that the Record is in a
healthy condition, its home
list of subscribers steadily in
creasing while it is being taken
and read by numerous ex-Vin-tonians
throughout every Slate
and Territory of the great west,
from Raccoon to the shores of
the Pacific To them we ex
pect to chronicle during the
coming year the-inauguration
of a new era in Lit tie Vinton
the completion of the railroad
from Gallipohs to Kama', the
Farmers' & Miners' road ac.ain
on its feet, furnaces in pvocess
of erection, and mineral w ealth
'of coal and iron being develop
ed. The prospects are that 1874
will be a m&rked year in the
history of Vinton county.
Those who wish to keep posted,
or to have their friends in the
West made acquainted with
the progress ot the county,
should take the Record ior
themselves, and subscribe lor
a copy to some friend.
Ansa Hanks, a white girl in
the employ of Uov. A lien, has
run away with and married an
old toothless darkey named
llogan. If such an event had
Occurred in the household of
a Republican Governor it
would have been a delicious
morsel for - Democratic papers
to chuckle over and hold up
aa a reason why the people
should not vote the Republi
can ticket Even as it is, the
Advertiser can not forbear to
say: "Here we have a good ex
emplification of the doctrines
taught by the abolitionists,
and here we see a fair picture
of what we may expect when
the radicals push through their
Civil Rights bills, and the col
ored race are forced into the
society of the whites." .
Yes; but then what good is
therein a civil rights bill when
each things occur under the
very nose and benign influence
of the elect ot the elect un
der the vine and fig tree, as it
were, ot a white man's govern
menU And why should Bro.
Elliot fear the Civil Rights bill?
Does he need protection from
the wiles of some toothless
daughter of Africa? If so a
note to Sumner, who is the
father to the fatherless, will se
cure proper legislation for his
protection.
Some of the country papers
are so foolish as to relnse to
publish the prospectus of the
Cincinnati Commercial be
cause the Commercial calls
the country press "rural roost
ers." We had no idea any ot
the .brethren were so thin-skin
ned. What would they do if
. the Commercial would call
them too-ral-rural roosters?
Wouldn't that create a commo
tion among the dunghillb? As
'for ourselves we publish the
Commercial's prospectus be
cause we want the paper. We
know it's a naughty sheet, but
we don't mind its calling ns
names as long as it serves ev
$ry body else in the same way.
An the IocomCtive engineers
on the Pennsylvania Central R.
R, are on a strike owing to a re
duction of ten per cent, on their
wages. But few trains are bein?
ran and they are engineered by
by the officers of the road.
Gehet, another of the Tweed
theives has been convicted,
and a Tweed thief of a
Sheriff has allowed him toes
cape and flee the country.
Bxtkktt persons who sent
from Ross county to George
B. Hodge Sr Co., Chicago, to
purchase goods, were swindled
out ol their money.
TflK Virginias has foundered
at sea, while in transit to New
York,' probably much to the
gratification ,of the diplomats.
Coal Developments.
Dr. Wolf has been prospect
ing on his Elk Fork coal vein.
Ue has driven an entry twen
ty feet into the hill east of'the
Speed bouse, and nor'.h of Mc
Arthur, where the coal is thirty-one
inches, and' increasing
steadily in thickness. A doz
en holes were diijled in the
meadow, and the coal found iu
each place at a depth ot five
leet. Ilia examination satis
fies Liin that iiis to be found
underlying the whole Spetd
farm, and ia fret the whole
country round about here. Dr.
D. V'. Rannells is now engaged
in boring for it near the reser
voir, southwest ot town, and
there is uo doubt but he' will
find it, as it crops out in Rich
njond's meat'ovy, near there..
The coal, ia of a , superior1
quality, and laid down by Prol.
Andrews as the Juckson vein.
Whether 'it is or not may be an
open question, but we think
there can bo no doubt of one
thing that it is equally as fine
a coal as tho Jacksop or llil
ton veins and will smelt iron
ore successfully It is. the same
in appearance, burns with a
stiong clear light, leaving no
clinkers,, and but very little.
ana. Here lies the elements
of wealth and prosperity. Is
there enterprise enough here
to startHhe ball rolling? . Lot it
once be settled practically
that this coal will make iron,
and with the completion oi'our
railroad, capitalists will soon
shake off the slothful appear
ance of our town, and make it
alive with furnaces, factories
and trade Our neighboring
town ot Jickson slept ior
years, a one horse poverty
stricken hamlet, on just such
wealth, until the first furnace
was built, since which lime she
has put on new life, built halt
a dozen iurnaces, and left us
away behind in the race for
wealth and population. There
is money here to build and
operate a furnace. Quit loan
ine at ten per cent., put It in
Iurnaces and lei it make its
twenty per cent, there and a
hundred per ceut on the lands.
Who will be the first to move?
Dr. Wolf is the proper man.
Lie has the money; he has the
lands, and be has the coal. lias
he got the enterprise and pub
lie spirit? We shall see; for the
Dr. knows just what he has
on the Speed farm, and ha.s the
ability to enrich himself, and
at the same time become a
public benefactor. If he will
make the start in earnest, his
influence will secure all the co
operation he desires.
Senator Th urm an is announc
ed in Chillicothe ior the pur
pose of revising Gov. Allen's
inaugural. He wants to see
that the old gentleman does
not dwell too much on pre
historic and other foolish
things. Putnam could have
done that as well.
Scpt. Feapodt announces in
the Cincinnati papers a reduc
tion of fare from that point to
Baltimore, to $10.
A.' A. S16S0N was here this
week. II 0 is Jiving at Nel
sonville now, weigh-master for
Longstreth's mines. lie rep
resents everything in a pros
perous condition at Nelson
ville. By a census taken last
week the population is shown
to be 2,361, being more than
double the population ot 137(X
About one hundred houses
have been put up during the
past season. We have the same
rate of progress within our
grasp here by the completion
of the railroad, baying the
same elements of wealth in
coal, and superior advantages
in iron. VY111 our citizens nur
ry it up!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice.
IHERFBY warn th pnblie sgafnit boring a
notaon ma dated October MM). 1173 or
about thlt lime, and calling for elevea hum
drad dollar I1IUU in ooa year from dal. Tha
-aid nolo secured dt Mortgage OD my rarm
liven by oa Harrison Pried, an or
about the Mthday of Outotssr lett. But ainca
mat time eii nonpn ana note nave noin
bean lost or purloined irom Ih hons of lha
the said Harrison Priest I hereby notify tna
fi ider or Ih present hol.l. r Ihat said note
ha hern sUfiel and canceled, and wsro any
personagHiuet buin:ua Mine.
x nr. aiibia.
Bl H. W Cociraar, Atl'j. 4
SHERIFF'S SALE".
State of Ohio, Vintoi County
D. B. Shire!, Plaintiff, -
Again J".'. . ,
Silas Smith, Defendant -
IJT VIXTO COUNTY COmT OF
OiLpEROrSAEK.. '
PURSUANT to theeowimsnd fn Order 6f
Hal on J. P, Tran-i-riDi t'sued from Ih
Courtrf Comintn Plan of Vinton County, and
to m dirwted as nhenrt -f i-aid county, ( will
offer fer sal at thsdoorol the Court rlonse,
iu lb town of McAnhur, vintou louuty, naie,
baturdav, thtZUt'Da'j of January, 1374
at the boar on o'clock P. M. of Mid day th
following desunhed lands knd tenements, nu
ll in th cotioly of Vmtea ml u ol Ohio,
to wit:
Th north wt quarter of the tooth-oil
quarter of elion iphleea, (18) tow.h
Uo, UO) rang ixln, (10) in In Ohio Con.
pan; a purchase, eoataiaiog fori (40) teret
mors or lett, said land bainf ailuat in Via
tan ouDDtjr, Ohi
Appraised at nina hundred dollar, (tto,)
and must bring twoiflsird oftbaieum.
To h Bold aa tho property of rills Smith to
tatisly a vndi orderof aula, iued from th
Court ot Common Plea in favor at D. B. shir-
TKRlsSORrALIC.-Castt.
ar.iiRfff KALKI, '
Bhanlfot Viaian r.usty.
U.S. CuvpooiisAtlorney forplaiatii. .
Jan. 1, U7t. ew
-tr-
SHERIFFS SALE
State or Ohio, f Union County
Ja'ttui Blor. Plaintiff, ''
, ?,- . . aoaiaar . i I
Uiry Winklemaa, Defendant. .1
In. Vinton County Court of Pynmon
PUat
An uraer or 5a.
11 ,
pl'BSUANT to Ih command of an Order of
X Bine iftiieoj irom.ine i;our tti Lnmnnm
I'leiia of Vinton Count?, and to ma directed
aa Sheriff of id county, I will otter for a ale at
the.loorof th Court Hqtiie. in tha town ol
McAriliur, Vinton (Jountr, ouio, on '
Saturday, the 31st Day of January,
at tha hnnrofl a'oloak, P. if. of eaid day, Ih
following ileairibed Unit anil tenement", tit
uate.in u acotniiy or vimon annntataoi ur.10
a lid houndad and deacribt-rt aa follow 10 wit:
"onimeH' iai at tho niith-weat corner 01
frai'lisa No. eighteen (II) in eeclloo oa.
tweniy-o- an.i twenty two (at it) then
11 I on the aouch of aald fraction ae far that
a line running norm to the north line of frac
tion No. sevenia (17) parallel to th wat
line of and Iraotiou Ni. 8Tntean, (17) in
taotion twenty-two (ti) theoi-a weal to tka
cornar ol raid (ractiuo No aeraataen, (17)
thaoie aouth to tne tilxa of ajinnim aoi
a to include and contain one hundred an I
izly (loo) aerea of land in towuahip No. ten,
(10) range ileo. (Hi)
tnDraieeu at tour inou.ana oient uunuren
dollars, 14 00 ind must brinir two-tnirdi of
IbHtaiim.
To be aold aa the properly or Henry Winkle
man to aiilniy an oriierol aale.ia ud fmin I e
Court 01 uommen fleaa 10 lator or Joouinao
blore.
TERMS OF 8ALF: Cnah in hmH on tht day
oraaie. ut.unui.Hai.i.H,
Mierit! Vlnioii oounty.
Bbattoi ind Barmuill, Attorney for
rimntin.
January lrt, A. 1. IE74. r
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Slate of Ohio, Vinton Countg8..
1 11 (try A. Defigh, plaintiff,
John W, Sain, defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
rieas. Vtndi Ordc of Sale.
PTTRIOANf to the ommnrl of Vend I
Order of Male issued frm the Court of Com
ma' flea of Tinton county anil tome dr.
rected at Sheriff of aaid county, I will offer fr
sale at the door of th Court Home, in In
town of Mo.Utliur, Vinton county, Ohio, oa
1
Saturday, tha 31st Day of January,
1BY4,i-
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M. ofeaid day the
foil iwina landa and tenements, to wit: tha
undiridad one-tent h' part of the north weat
quarter of aection No. three (4) townhit No.
tweire, (1!) ninge no. aerenteen (17) (en-ept
oneifotrth of en acre en aouth aide of aaid
north-went quarter heretofore aold hr Phil
ip Sain) contHinin one hun lrej and eerenty
three (171) ncrae mere or lea Appraixed at
eiuht hundred and eixtffve rinllara (taiia.)
AIo, Ih one tei. th 1 -10 part of in lot.
pna tweniy-eigni yi appriineu at iwaniy
dollar I liOl and thirty two f:(2l annraiud at
tour dollars and ATtyccnt, 14 Sofin tha town
of New Mount Pleasant, In Vinton oounl,
Ohio, (aid lands and tenements neinn hereto
fore attached ky me on an order dated March
I, A. I). 1874,
Appraised at eight hundred sad siifhty-ni n
uoiiBrs ana iity cent ana must uring two
thirds of that num. '
To be sold as th property of John W. Sain,
to satisfy a yendi order of sale, issued trom
th Court of Comaato Pleas in faior of Wary
a, nenun
TEKMd OFSAIjK fjsh.
ilEURUE KAI.ER.
bheritt 01 Vinton Cunn'y.
OaofTisosand Hsittos, Alt' tor plaiotiff,
January 1st, l7t. 8w
SHERIFFS SALE.
State of Ohio, fin ton Co., as.
Mary A Defigh, plaintiff,
Afiainit
John W, Sain, defendant
In Vinton County Cowt of Common
rieas. Vendi Order of ale.
f-HRSIIANT to the command of a Venal
X Order of Bute issned fiom th Court of
Common Hies of Vinton eounty, and ta me
direi-ied as rthentfot said conn y. I will otter
leraale at the duor of tha Con: I Houe, h the
low ofMcArthur. Vinton cauntj, Ohio, on .
Saturday, the 31st Day of January,
1874
at the hnnr of 9 o'clock p. M of said day, the
following, described ladd and tenements, to
wit: thee undivided one tenth ll-lipsrt ol
tne nortn-west quarter or section so three
11 town-hi n No. twelve. 1 121 rnnne No. eer
enteen, 17 excepting one fourth of an acre
on souin et'ie oi said norm-west quarter nere
tofore sold by Philip Sain, containing on
t-undred and seven! y-ti ree acres more or leu
Apprtised at eight hundred and sixty nre
dollxrs ISA6&1
AJo the unrt vided one. tenth t.,0 part of
in iois no. iweriy eizni,z appraisen at twen
ty dollars, M and thirty two, 32 appraised at
lonrannarsann nity ccnie, f t on in ine town
oi new .uonnt leaexnt, Vinton county, onio
S lid property beinn heretofore attached by
me on an order dnied February 27' li, 173.
And also the undivided oue lanth 1 10 part
or ine north east quarter or swtion rour, 4
township twelve. 12 rsne seventee 17 coots n
ng about one hundred and seventy-three '173
acre, more or lea- Appraised at firo hun
dred and mne.eendolUrs. S1S.
All ol said lands end tenement being sitn,
ated in Vinton county. Ohio, and nppraised in
total at lourteen hundred and eiihtdollara and
Hftv cents, I4U 60 and must bring two thira
of that sum. -
To be sold a the property of John W. Rain,
to satisfy a Vendi order of .Sale, itsned from
the Court of Common Pleaa In favor ol Mary
A. tiefigh.
TERMS OF SALr fash.
OEOR43E KALCR, '
t-heriff of Vin'on County.
GtooTiso and BaTto, Alt'ya for plainiiff.
January Itt, 1874. ' aw
TALM ACE,
SPUFCEOH,
T. P Wi'l Talma t editor of Ih T1U
OartlM( syers; U. H. Bburgeon, special
-oninoutor. i ney write ior no ntner pspei
n America. Three marnltieent ehromoa
Pay larger commission than any other pa
iier. initvBvi uioi. not
Sectarianism. AO secuonaliain. U agent
recently obtained S80 eubeoription to
leiguiy nonre aneoiote wore sample oop
esanacirouiarsseniiree.
ACENTS Wanted.
H. W. AI AM-, putjlisher. Iii-i thamberf
ret,ftcf lprk
, - ,. , 1, .
SwC.;. -SWIFT
ARltCLES-USEFUL
YouCan
Buy For
Dolls, Harps, Alligatoi-8.'VV'allet9, Games,
PuzzIcp; A, B, Q, Blocks,- Velvet Belts;
Shell, Glass and Paper Fancy Boxes.
For
50 Cts.
For
75 Cts.
Palm, and Cloth-back- Crauntlets. -
The well-known "PKINOE TECK" Scarf invoice
Shades for Gents, $1.20 each.1 The Parlor Kaleido
scope, Glove and. Handkerchief Setts, Jewel Cases,Work4
. ' i ' -n i niii ej.il Ti.iv n t.. t fli.. 3 n ,
lianas, Jtrencn trut uau uens, rancv ins jaianas, xan
cy Boxe-Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs) Muffleli and
Many other articles of cood Value for sale- aV Retail
during the remainder of the present year, .... t-.
Prices marked in Plain tores. r ' . -V
isdeo ; : S.C.SWITT,
AND ORNAMEINTAL
Elegant Photograph Albums, Shell Sav
ings Banks, Fine "Wtrx Dolla," Crystal
Paper Weights, English - Pen -"Wipers,
Shells of Ocean. - : r ;
Coral Harps, Pungejits, Thread Cabinets
"Watch Cases, Adjustable. Card "Racks,.
Patent Ink Stands,- Misses Extra Kidy
THE
BEST STOVE
IN TdE
W Q SS1L
FOR
Heating School Uouxei,
Churcbci, Lodge noornt,
Court Ilouaes and
rubllc llalli,
13
JOHN GROSSTUS'PATENT
hi ctetnly, It is economical; It la health
ful. It keeps up a perfect ciruulntion of air.
warming all part ot the room alike. It took
the firi-t premium oyer all competitors at the
Vienna bapositinn. Oirculn-sand pamphlets
containing enirayintiann'l full particulars fur
nished on application, or one ot the stove
may be seen m operation at my store. Von
are invited tocail,aud see for yopraelva.
JOHN KELLHOFER,
No. 9, Main St.,
Chillicothe, Ohio,
Sole spent for Vinton and Ross counties, and
dealer in all the most approved Cookiog and
HCHtinK Utoves, House Furnishing Uoola,
and manufacturer of all kinds of Tin, Bhe-I
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordirs from tha
country Inr Hpoutiax, r onfinx, etc., will al
wave rei-eive immediate attention. .
Udecl73
NEW YEARJS COMING,
Now is your time to
get your PICTURES
made to present to
your friends during
tne noiiaavs.
Go toBILLINGHURST
lldwln7J
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
By Order' or the Probate
court, Vinton touuty, J.
.
ON the 24tn dny of January, 1874, at 1
o'clock in the sfternnon, st the dnorol the
Court House in he town of McArlhur, will be
Bold to the hight-xt buldcr. The following
real estate ath properly ol brain I,. Hun
ter, deceased, to wit; one unlimited tenth
part of the south-east quarter of the south
west quarter of lection twenty-eight. (2M) the
north half of the north-west quarter ol section
thirty-three, (.'M) and the north eiit quarter
ol the north -eaiil quarter of section Ihiru-two;
(32) except nine seres out ol the aoiilh-we-t
comer of sitnl l ist deicrih d tract all nf raid
lands lying and bein in township eleven, (11)
ol rsnge seventeen ( 17) coutaiiiing one nun,
rired aiid sixtytwo (liii) acres, more or less
the said one hiir..red anil sixtv-twoacres hav
ing descended to said decedeut, Aiirsm L.
Hunter anl his co-h"ffa Iroin their luthe',
John Hunter, ileceased, an I botng subiejt to
the dower of the-Hid Sarah Hunter, wi low of
the said Jonn Hunter. sn1 one of the deiend
ants herein. AppruisetJ at three hundred and
ixty-serea dollars and lnirty-de cents.
tf.107.35)
1EKM3 UFSALR.-Ca-hin hand.
REBECOA J. HUNTER,
Administratrix ol Abram L. Hunter, de
ceased. U. C. Josas, Attorney, iSdestw
$72,00 EACH WEEK.
Agent wanted everywhere. Business strict
ly legitimate. Particular free. Address J
W1K TH,8t I onis. Mo SAseptly
py Goods
-AT-
WI10LKSALE.
Paint and Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.,
JOTJLn repctrullf Invite the ttention
oi uuyar to nis ytocx or
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholesale
In any other market.
price as low a any
Have on Bale full line of
Brown A Bleached Muslins,
Caiicoea,Cbeckt, fit Ipet,
' ' Glngbamt, Canton Flan
nets and Jeana
WOOLEK G0UD3 OF AIL ZIICS.
9 1SMW
White ind Gray Blankets
HOSIERY an! NOTIONS,
-. -. . - -r- ' ..-a
' Rlsfacilitis for business sre nnequslled,
..abl!ng hua. to oTteir Indncemea4e In. the
: trade equal to aey, other none. lasep
J.1M
FORTHK
J.S.'MOMMON,
JIWELER 'f 5ILVE1SMITH.
Opposite the'Emmltt 17ooi,
Shrcckeqgai,t,e Old S and,
CHILLICOTHE, 0310,
t
MAXUnCTUaEE 4ND DEALER 15
' .
Fino Gold Jewelry.
Agent for
. J . ... .
American and Foreign Watches
HOLIDAY
Klgln Watch
V. it. W. "
II iward
Walthatn
8,i1 natlcld
N. Y. '
8i.
Kugliih -Gents'
Chain
Mllnoo "
Op ra "
Clmttlln
Beth IbomaaClucki,
Witsnlisrg "
Tsrry '
O dd Sells
Dierhond "
Vsarl
Jet
Ua'net .
N-cklacea
Bi-acelsia '
' Pina and 8lu1
(luff Button
Thimbles
llnir Jewelry
HH-eiaclei
silver War
P aisd War
Flu Cutlery
Agents
fof
mm TODD'S GOLD TES,
A FULL LJNE OFGOOPS 8IHTAHLE FOK
HOLIDAY,
BBIDAL & BIETHDAY PEESENTS
tioods msde to ordsrsnd repairmit done hj
careful workmen. No extra chri for en
grnvirir ciods bought at tin estublisluueiit.
2nn7!l
TRADK!
Isuffero l with Catarrh thirty years, and was
cured bv a simple remeily. Will send re.
ceipl, poitHtfe free to all Afflicted. Key. T. J.
AlbAl', uniwer no, Syracuse tew ior;.
III
TRUE TO NATURE
This Pirst-i-lass-Chromo will be g yen to ev
ery siinscriner to
6 DEY'S LADY'S BOOK for 1874
Whether to single subscriber for 'I t.ree PoN
lare.nr in a ilub of six. for lourteen 'inllnrs,
Address I.. A. GOItKY,
N K. t-cr. Sixth and Chcsluut st"., Hul.idel-
phis. Pa.
rr"c Terms in Lady' Book for other clubs
eetfttOArer dayl Agent wauled! Ail
vJlU4AU,.npB(,, 0f wrking people, of
either S' x, V ung or old, make moie mone
at work forns Id their spsre moments, or ail
the time, than anything- ele. Particulsrs free
Address (i sTINSnN A tin , Portland, Maine
takes on $iGHTrbirionBr,:r
aBaaasssavaeasawBBHBaawBBHBSS I'aaraMrs Aynl
uud balamenl Hx-t Mask Httriisa's In mil y
newspiper gives every subscriber a esiaof
the lamest and fine l OLKOWKAPIIS
two most sttrMCti e subjects, that take on
sight painted by Mr. Amlerson. as contrasts
aii'l companions for her "!' Amlf" and
"Fnti A.lnf," A nents pave IisIMEXbIE
ftUt'CEMNl call it the "tst business ever
ottered canvassers." We turninh the lightest
aud handsomest outfit, end psy very high
commissions Ksch subscriber receives with
out delav two hesutiful pictures, which re
ready for IMMEUIATK DELIVERY.
The paper itself tsnts peerlcs among family
lournal. being so popular ihsl nl its class It
has the largiM circulation ls world Employs
the best hleiary talent, fcdaerd Egglesinn's
serisl story Is just beg nning; back chapters
supplied to each subeeriber. Mr. Moe'e
long exticcted sequel 10 Mf H'td J" be.
rins in the new year. Any oue wishing a good
salary or an independent 11 E N T
business should sen dforcir-f WANTED,
ctilars and term to J. 8. KORb CO , New
York, Boston, Chicsgo, r.incionati or Ban
Krancisco.
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLONlHOUSTON&CO.
FRORIB OES.
HAVING Sited up our machinery in first,
clas style, we are prepared to do
OABDIKQ, SPINSINQ & WEAYIHQ
on short notice and in the most workman
like manner Ws have on hand and lor 1
at our factory, good aupnly of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Bach as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, 4c,
which we will cell cheap
The Highest Market Price In Cash,
Paid for WooL
HOUSTON, DILLON A O.
Allensville, Vinton 0 , 0.
lion
The Favorite Fine-Cut
THE Chewers' Choice. I now taking the
lead of all ether Hrand. Bight io color,
pleasant ra taste, tough and laeuar ia chew,
Uii tobacco pofseese every qualily to suit
chewer. aad sells by Ih 10 pnud bucket
fully loo cheaper per pound, thai any other
hrand of the same grade and perhaps less
quality.. 100 buckets of this celebrated brsnd
hsye been ardd id OhilHeoihe loun within
th Ins, two- moathe, snd trs.'e still im-rew.
Ing -fry It" fCIlFr CK KtMMKK
Chillicothe,. Ohio, are the Msniihetiiren'
gents sort sellatlowwt Factor) Price.
tWir 1871 ' ' r
. ' . .
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
FOM874.
too PADES; &00 ENI.RA VlNr.8, and COL
ORED PI. TE Piikli'hel quarterly el ii
cents a ve.r. First number for 1874 usl it-sue-1.
A Uerman edition si earn pries.
Address JAM Kd V1CK, Rochester. N.T.
-Valuable Tavern Stand .'
TITISHlNtl to retire from buainesa I offer
I V for sal niy Utarn stand known u th
Baughman -House, Zalaskl.
Tbii hour I doiexg good busiiw.a, I .
HEXT. (DOOB TO. . THE. ! DEPOT,
I And l(h u. t
Principal Hotel; In Zafeikl.
: ) 5 i T 1 '! I T
flt1 almat new ha lately been improved
and rclitted throunhout, haa sit modern Imi
sninaiaalb aaii vood slalillDK MlfticieOttO
to ocommodte Mie run of custom of Ihr
house. 'I h house, stsl le, furnil u re, and y
erythinir io complete ihapfbr man lotake
righAiiold, will be sold, at baritin, and on
libwwl psyrnents. 'loany man who ujiler
stands the hotel business, this is an opportu
nity seldom ottered, aa the bouse is making
big money n i r.e amount Kive.ted. ,.lf sov
man oisbea to buy let Inm caII od me, suit
will aoo 1 convince him that there is money
in it. VM. BAl'tlll-MA,
Itosept . ' Zaleski, Ohio.
RYANS THUE FLUTC.
Complete instruction and
lai,t oollectioo
of new musto. . ,
WITH OK WITHOUT A MASTER. "
Thi work ViMi'liVs in conci stid simple
rhnnner how lo iIbj upon this insirunieiil,
beginuinn wilti the-flrsl principles, and xrtd
ually cam mil the learner forward by a course
of progresses lessons, such as can not ail, 1 1
HKlitly usednl muMlng a gooatpenrornier, in
tha aliorlst poasil.re tim;--Piirihshd'f
JuHN CUUBCU A CO., Cincinnati, y.
JlL.
IifOO K
jidTafiT
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LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BYTIIOS. W.KNOX,
942 P'giOotavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incidents and accident" beyond Ih
light ofdny; startling adventures in all pari
of Hie world mines ami mode of working
them; undercurrent of society, gambling
audits h jrr rs; caverns and their mysteries,
the dark ways nf wickedness; prisons and
their secrets;, down in the depths of theses
strong stories of the detection of crime. -
The book treats of the experience with brig
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in prison; stories of exiles; advent.ires
arming Indiana; journey through sewers and
catacombs, accident in mines; pirates nnd
piracies; tortures of the inqiiisit on; wonder
lul burglaries; underworld of the great cities,
etc.; etc
bend for circulars and terms to Rgentp.
J. it. itt' Hit tf tO.,
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OF KEW YORK,
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great leading speculator of ew YArk,
with a history of Wall street an I i.s.i.n-
enilions during the nnt iiH) yeais. . -For eir
oulorsand leims, sd'ircss the puliiishers.
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outu umber those of Ihe parly orgsns, and it
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ment full of practical Information: anil it '
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umns ihe more iinporvaal dolag f tha
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WHAT I38iID OV TBKTlMKa. .
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read it tight yesrs. fiend it to US' Appl
ton street Lowell, Ma. L. A. Fotsow.
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do without Ihe Times, although I ra an oldj
Pemncrat. 8. 0. H ttit, Moulesums, O.
N 1 do not know of sny psper Ihat is devoted
to li th interest of the human my aa
mu. t, as Ih Timss.-H. T. Tasltti, baait .
Cm, N.
Tue Time I very popular here, for on
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ugsinst tho ssiary. stealersf-W.'A.- tHa,
liaitson.Tenn.
I have been a Sowstant reader of the Weeks
ly TlmVs r 'hi;evyn.ra1'And l. can't. do wll .
without it now. w. V. nlaawuLi'Bs'y 8prings,
Hiss.
i I 'far Old Time: This meke about twenty
imra Ihsl I have taken your excellent paper,
and th ainrelfead it ihe-belts, Ijko) li
l,sti smniDi, .leiropu-is vitj, in. .
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like Ihe way von talk in .regard to the Con- ,
grensiounl fisii.ls; snd I ulso like your sup- ,
pjirvirf the 1'ulrons of Industry J. C. Lto,
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ILI.PSTKATEf. TtMftl If ANIvfeOOlT.
An elegantly printed volume of 160 leientifla
and miscelltneous srtkles, illustrated with
neatly Us) of the finest agrvina. It alto
contHtns a diary forth year. 174. ,1a vslu
and atlractiveneswH iaet perlorttfaay pre
nl ever before offered by ntwspn.r publishj
ers. ' '
Every club sgent la compensated for tint '
services, either with sn extra paper, or tome 1
desiralde premium. ' .
TfcHMSi Hingle subwrtber, peryer, IJ OH)
club of Use suu-ioTilwrsi'per ye, saofa I 74;
club of ten and upsani, per year, each, I 60.
Head for list of prenvnims, et , to
,1 v CiNcIitNATrTIMIiaCO., ,
Ciniunna i, Ohio.
POSTPONEMENT.
Fourth Grand Gift Conoert
FOR THE BENEFIT OK TH 8 c
PUI.I.IC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVER A MILLTOIT 15 BASE!
SUCCKSS ASSUlt ED.
A FULL DRAWING CERTAIN,
Tuesday, 3l8t March Next
In order lo meet lb gnersl wish snd ei
peciiitinn ot tne pniiiic and ins iicaei noxisr
for the full psyment uf the nisgniflcenl gift
announced far the Kointn 'irand blft Co.
eeri ot the Public Llbraryof Kentucky, the
Ininsgement liars detarmtned to poatpon
he concert and drawing until
Tuesday, March 31st, 1874.
They have alresdt realised
OVER A MILLION DOL'RS
und have a gteat many agent yet lo hear
triim
No ifoatif fa rarerfaised olht tafr oerery tici t.
ore tht d, luring; btU Khnhrr all sre 'Old or mot Oil
eoaerrt and drawitta Kilt sweaNirfKnr lace plaec im
Ms dug sow fljnl. and if aup rtmis a tktf wilt
b esscsted, asif f Ar priiet tciit bt mfsced ia prof or.
i os to tht HiMod ticktt,.
1S,000 CASH GIFTS
31,500,000
will l-o dislnbuted among Ih ticket holder.
The tickets nre printed in coupons, of
tenths, and ell fractional Mnrts will be renre-. '
ented in the drawing just si whole ticket
ar.
LIST OF C1IFTM." .
One grand cash gift. fJVi.lH 0; one grand cash
gift, loo.miOi one grand cnsli gilt. 6n,tssi; one
grnnd csh gill, Po.iKMi; one grand cssh gift.
17.MSI; luginndcnsh gifts, lli.issieach.lfU.Ksl;
3d cash gilts, ft.Oileacn, IM.ihki; oOearh gifts,
l,i'(i ench, 6ti."0U; encash Jgifl. 6tm each.
40,000; tun cash gifts, ton ench; 0,iJO; lAOeash
gil ts, H"(l esch, t.'i.OUli; toll ensh gifts, 0 each,
M,t(i; XMi-ash gifts, list esch. K'J.Mri; ll.txiu
citsh gilt-,6'1 ench, ASU,ii Total ll.WOgilio,
all cash, amiiitnting In ,r00NiO.
The ch tnces for u gill are s one to five.
PRICE or TICKETS.
Whole tickets, 'iO; hslvet, I'.'i; tenths, or
each coupon, ft; eleven whole ticket forisrsi;
21', Pckets for fl,INSi; IMwhnle tickets for
A.utxi; fit w hole tickets for f W,WO No diss
count nn less Hum fAoo worlh of tickets.
The Fourth (lift Concert alii be conducted
in all respects like the three which have al
ready been glren, and full parlicnlnr msy be
learned from mrciilnrs, wfiu h will be sent free
from this office lo til who apply lr them.
Urders for tickets and a pplica lions for sgen
clea w II heittended In in Ihsori'erin which
they nre tectived, and it is hoped they will
he sent in promptly, U.nl there may be no die
nppointmeti' or delay In nPing ail. Liberal
teims iriven lo those who buy lo sellsgain.
All agents are peiemplorily rei Hired to settle
up their Recounts and return all insold lick
ets by thevi'li day ol Mnr-h-
TIIO.HAM K, linAMI.ETTE.
Agent Public L.brnry Ky , ami Manager Olft
Concert i'ul.l.o Lilj'rnry Building, Louis. .
villi-, Ki mucky.
A GOLDFN OPPORTUNITY
IS NOW OFFERED TO
AGEN TSla KN3AUE WITH vs.
MEN, Women, Boys, aad Girl can make
an honest llvlusi at tbclt bowaea. NOCAPa
1TAL UKQIIUKD. Fait laferstatiea
free. Addrern at oner.
HOWEN cV CO., .Harlan, Ohio.
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HAMDEN MILLS,
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
HAITI IEIV, o.
WE hav narchited and ttted na th
above mills and solicit lb trade ol lha
farmer of Ihi vanity. a
Special aiuatloa give to
CUSTOM WORK,
Aad ear give I please T1 ewtowiers. Hr.
A. A. 00ZZF.N8, an expenenfed miller, ns
.k.,M A, Iks. nnlU. Mil w.ll utl tm.1 A JmI
lairly aad giva general latttutctfon. '
Flour, Meal and Feed
.' Oa hd aal for aal al 1
LOT? EST 91 ARRET PRICES.
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