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SPE01AU NOTICES.
i ' ivronxiia.
.
TO THP. LADIM Wp nAMDEX
amd TmioM torsrr, ouiot
"I would respectfully announce thntt
opened Millinery Store, in
the room lately oeoopied by Jfr. Bur
Umkato in UamdeA, Ohio.
Bleaching, Pressing and Coloring
done to ortier." 7Vimm(i Ooorfs kept
in stock, combining the very XofcW
and 2?i Stffe.
. . 1 am prepared .from experiende to
give entire satisfaction in the Butinest
of Mantua Making.
All cutting done to oricr and a fit
ttarranfei in all Manc, or the good
""will be paid for.
- Bt impartiality and 7r)'c aUntinn
1n Business I ahull endeavor to pleaae
all customers, and will bo very thank
ful Tor all the patronage extended me.
. . Kespectfully, Sio
. M1W. LIZZIE NORMS.
TU AT WHICH IS
Worth doing
-IS-
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PBIHT AND PBOSPER
J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the MerchanU and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and NotionB, on terms
the most favorable. lyeptiy
ti.J. BOWERS,
JlESlllEftT DEN 1 1ST,
iricArtliur, Ohio. .
' .
'Psrtkular atteution given to the treatment
of the natural teeth. .
Q U K t N S WiVRE
WYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT bUlET.
CHILL1CO THE, OMO,
INVITE the attention or merchants and rur
naof men lo the large stock of the above ar
t ulejut received. We will sell at t e very
' lowtst figures to the trade. Order solicited
jusd promptly attended m. JMjul
. Nofice to Teachers.
'-
TDE 150 A UD of School Examiners
. for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of Muroh,
April, May, (September, October and
November, und the lft Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
.V gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
, eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
. 'by law .from each applicant.
M. It. BAU.nES C'h'n Hoard of
-J.S.J1UUN, ' Uohool Ex
L. 0. FEUL'UE, Cl'k, J ainiricrs.
Howard Sauitury Aid Association.
For the Relief and Cure ol the Erringand
on Prinoi plea of Christian
Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and the foN
Ilea of Age, In relation to Marriage and Social
Xtila, with samtaiy aid for the afflicted
Sent free, la sealed envelopes. Address,
'HOWARD AdSOCUTlON, Box P, Fl.:,uril
phia, Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
m. V-jEOlti.AR Meetings nlthls En
5y5& IV nmpmeut will herealier he
&r3F held n the svrond and I nut
'-tom1r Monday evening of each
enenth. Patriarch Ol other viicainpmeuls
who may be visiting out swn are invited to
attend. PAK1S IIOK'ION, CP.
Joint T. Harm, 8.
McArthur, Keb'r 17, 1870.
tThe Favorite Fine-Cut
nHft-'Chewera' I'hwee, la how tnkitig the
; JL lead ol all other Hranda.- bnithl inilor,
pleaaant in laote, touith rod lanny'tn chew,
ihialobaouo poaiwa-ea eVery-quaiiiy lo nuil
heere, and veil by the lit pound bin1 If el
fully k)c uheaper per pound, than any other
.brand af the name tirade and iierhspa leva
-iuality. loU bucket nl ihin releliiaied hniAd
mewtn told In Chillirothe alone within
ink laH two monthf, and I run's Mill tni-reit.
ing. -Try It " CHFrEK A KKAMttK
Clullicoihe, Ohio, are the ManufHeliirevn'
Jgent" and "ell at loweet Kactor) Prieea 1 i
17 Kmav im-' ' ' ' .
? r ATXENSVII1E , -WOOLEN.
MILL.
iDILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
OBSj
iTJAyiNO fl;td up or maohlnery in first
I JlalaM tytee are prepared tu do i
vOiaDIS(J,'SPIfHIIIG & WEAVING
erf short aolio Und tn the most ormpnn
' like manner' ' We have An hand and for sale
at our factory, a good aupuly of
;,wootiiiv ooods,
: Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
''i !. whleh we will aell cheap
"Dil Highest Market Price iu Cash,
pttiri fo. Wool.
.0. I HOUSTON. HIM.ONA O,
Sinn Allensville, VinU)u 0,0.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS i JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
i t X. . , 1 I. J
WE have purchased and fitted up the
above nulla and aolicit the trade ol th.
farm era or tbia voiuity.
aflAritfnn riven 1a
-r
CVSk WORE,
'tid 'car Cfveo to pit Je'all roatomer.' X r.
A. A. UuZZKU, an experienced miller, lae
barge ol the nml.aud will not tail to dead
lalrly and flue genorel aatutatUon.
Flour, Heal and Feed
Ob hand enl for aaleai
,Ie9WET MARKET FRICEfl.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
A Fearful Accident.
Oil Tuesday three boys, Geo.
and Wiu. llawk and Granville
Goodrich, aged about thirteen
wore, playing with some pow
der, at the school house, near
G. W. Denniaou's. ' One of the
boys bad poured some powder
on a stump and was trying to
fire it with a mtch, when
George Llawk, who had a pint
flialc of powder commenced
pouring it from the flask on the
burning match. There whs,
of course, an instant explosion,
by which they were all knock
ed down. Young Goodrich
was not much hurt, but the two
Hawk boys were badly cut by
die fragments of the can and
burned by the powder. George
Hawk had the hair all burned
oil ol his head, and may lose one
it not both ot his eyes; Wra.
Uawk's eyes are burned badly,
also. The clothes were burned
nearly tiff of bolh of them, and
they would probably have been
burned to death but for the
prompt arrival of assis'ance.
George Hawk, who ncured
the powder is living with U
VV. Denuison. lie is a son ot
Mr?. John Ogan, by h6r first
husband. She now resides at
Nelsonville. . The powder had
been the property of his lather,
was given to him by his mother
before she went away, but was
taken out without the knowl
edge of Mr. Dennison or his
wio.
This accident should serve as
a warning, not puly to the boy?,
but to parents. It is an every
day occurrence to see boys not
more than ten or twelve years
old going out with guns on
their shoulders to bunt lor rab
bits. When the rabbit is holed
a favorite nude ot smoking
him out is to burn powder in
his hole. If some of these boys
come home some day bald
headed, or with no head at all,
parents will have the satisfac
tion of knowing there is no per
son lo blame but themselves.
Tue temperance movement is
still conlinued in our town, the
situation being the same as that
reported lu9t week. Prayer
meetings huve been held each
ruortMrig at the churches or Y.
M. C A. rooms, ana on Tuesday
the meetings in front of 0'
Keefe's wero refumed. Mr. 0'
K' l'fe soil d'ditied to aign the
pledge, hut the weather being
bud yesterday he invited tletu to
hol'l their meeting in the stiloon,
which invitation was accepted.
He has not yet complied with
their wishes, but the ladies are
hopeful. They have not been to
the Enquirer's giu mill yet.
Our attention was called dur
ing tax pajing time, and we
intended to make a note ol it.
that when Mr. Yeeley.,, paid'
Uaniden Furnace tuxes, he also
paid tuxes lor filly two employ
ee's. This indicates that there
ISiagood class ot nienvoaret'ul
or' their earnings, in the em
ploy of that company. The
w hole amount paid half tax
was $2,721.22 ' v ; I,
The young ladies of the
High School have presented
Mr. Barnes wi h a handsome
copy of poems and a scotch
wood writing set, as a slight
token ol their esteem. , The
presentation took place on St.
Valentine's day, ' and was s
managed that it was a com
plete surprise to thir1 teacher.
CoUitT adjourned ontNTednei
day to convene aain ' Monday,
March 23. Mucn of the business
of the Court was left onfipished,
the Judge beiog' compelled Jo go
to Jackson td open Oourti; there.
; JuJge Uo . llatlway' has giyen
very general satisfaction to1 all
litigants .lb- the bburt ttrm jiut
t li.i .r.
' t . I
Tb next- regular" me ting ol
Elk Grange is next Saturday,
at -2 o'clock P. M, W lull
meeting ibiequested, 'prompt
ly on time,' as business of im
potunce is to be transacteti '
Court of Common Pleas.
" JllDG DO HADWAT PBISIDISO
State vs. Patnck O'Keeffe
for keeping a room where liq
uor was sold contrary to law.
The jury returned a verdict of
guilty, and the (Jourt sentenced
defendant to pay a fine ol $50
and costs. Sentence suspend
ed to allow him to file a writ ol
error with the Supreme Court.
The defendant makes the point
in his bill of. exceptions that
the place. where the liquors
were sold was a "grocery," and
not "a room of publio resort"
as charged in the indictment.
Mathew Slosser and Charles
Millor plead guilty to a similar
charge, and were fined $50 and
costs each.
In the case of the State
against Fanny Tracewell lor
enticing a girl under fourteen
years ot age to piostiiute ber
person, the jury returned a
verdict of not guilty.
The sale of lands in the cases
of Johnathan Bloer vs. .Henry
VinkIeman and Will, Brown
& Co. va A. C. Dowd, were
confirmed.
Several judgments were ta
ken against Francis Shades
and his securities.
Abraham Wilber vs. Joseph
Kriebel. Suit to set aside a
contract, on account of breach
of the samp. Judgment foi
plainnff, and settlement refer
red to Wm, J. Rannells as ms
ter commissioner.
Jolannie Snyder rs. 1. El.
Snvder. Suit for divorce for
habitual drunknness, Granted.
Elizabeth Simmons v. Thos.
J Simmons. Suit lor divorce
on the grounds of extreme
cruelty. Granted; the evidence
showing that he had repeated
ly and cruelly beaten her. The
parties had been married less
than a year. '
A nollie was entered in the
case ot the Stats against James
and Patrick Mtloney and Wm.
Malono for house breaking.
The application to enjoin
the Commissioners from open
ing the McArthur Station road,
as allowed at the December
session, was rejected.
E D. Dodge vs Geo. Sisroii.
Suit for damages lor alleged
killing and wounding sheep b.v
delendant's dog. Judgment for
plaintiff. . V
fiew MiihIc
John Chur-h & Co., 66 Wet
Fourth street, Cincinnati, have
issued during the past mouth
the following new music, all
easy gracelul pieces:
Esdraelo . Schottische, com
posed by B. McDowell.
Delta Tau Delta Grand
March, by Frank Rush Webb.
Iiu Si' ting by the River,
sung and choi us, by T. Frank
Allen. .
Yes, I've Loved Thee Long
and Dearly song and ohorus
same author. : .: - , v
The ' advertisement of '-The
Musical Fountain," a book con.
taining bongs adapttd.to the
present tempei ance'nioyemeni,
will be found in another col
umn. 'Price; 35 cents."" 1
Transfers of Real Estate.
'Ratisuiu J' Fox to James ll.
Lach, w i m "lot 73j'llamden,
l5o !' ; ' . ;
S p' Griswold'to Martin Es
8ex,"80 acres, Harrison 'town-
sfiip, $33?; VJ 1 ! ' '
' Martin1 Essex fo Eli Graves,
4k'ti6ff!;,,!;'';:,:
' J. '. W. 'Uardner to Roman
Mtf n aj:rk.q u i t. jc I a i m . J,o Ji jf dj h
part ol-Eagle furnace proper
ly,1 3'i37:25? . -j.:w'-.l:
Menager, quit-claim to 1-ltih
part of -itagledrnsfce' proper.
ty, .. .. 1- .. iy
'. 'JU- Mjirtih' .'to'.Mafjr-Troj,
'part of in lot 37 and iS, Zaleski,
:,'SKlivt' tihem;,alI' alike. .11 it
is wrong for Patrick O'Keete to
deat ibrhisVy tiilrhg fprie
pU1ishe r,r t l.iratf Wit-tit-ss
and McArthur Enquirer to
deal ja giu. Uis reputed reli
yoW'' character 'oh.iuldot
keep the ladies irom Q eflort to
touch Lis SiOny heart. If
t- - y- 1 " ''-
Okcrqb Doar, torruerly of
the - iiimuirer, ia back oa a
f:t , J f . ., .(I ....
SivkbaIi oi oar neighboring
papers have been publishing
to item stating that U. R. W.
Smith, of the Cincinnati En
quirer, had had his pocket
picked while riding in a 6treet
car. Ourcotempoaries have
been grd6sly deceived by that
wicked man. The secret of the
whole thing is that Smith had
borrowed some loose cash from
his belter half, invested it in
peanuts and gum drops con
trary to orders, and concocted
this story . oi robbery to hide
his extravagance. That ' the
pocket book was found, with
its remaiuiug contents, a watch
key and a few ' scraps from
newspapers about the "old
bed'1 at (Jhillicothe, should have
been enough to set our neigh
bors on their guard from taking
down his whoie story as gos
pel truth. A detective has un
earthed the whole matter, oven
to the place where the peanuts
shells were deposited.
THK rain ol last Saturday night
and Sunday raised all the creeks
aroiiud here out of their banks.
The waters are said by some to
have been higher than ever known
before.
The bridge near the residence
of Conrad Smith, .near McArthur,
was washed off of its abutments.
The most Berious loss, though,
was to the Vinton Furnaoe. . We
learn that their coke was washed
away by the flood, and the fur
nace compelled to blow out for
want of fuel. .
An interesting suit Is in
progress at Kalamazoo, Mich
igan, a prominent citizen re
Misting the pavment of taxes
tor the support of the High
School, on the ground that
schools in which languages
other than the English are
taught can not be legally main
tain at the publio expense.
Washington, ' Feb. '23. It
was 6tated'at the Congression
al temperance meetiog yester
day that on Saturday next a
crusade similar lo that now in
progress in other cities would
be commenced here' Against
liquor selling establishments.
' Bowen is opposed to the wo
men's temperance movement.
Why shouldn't he be? Isi.'t e
interested in selling his gn ?
Ironton raised $1,500 lor a
Children's Home in twenty,
four hours. .
Tub State Uia'nge of Iowa
has over $10,000 id its treas
ury. The Dufour Uouse, in Galli
polis, was sold the other day
for $0,000.
Six granges have been or
eumzed in Athens muntv.
BIRTHS.
In Elk town.-lilp. January 20th. to
Mr. and Mrs. EnosT. Winters, twin
(laughters. .
MARRIED :
tlie brltle's.lkther, m McArthur., by
Wev Irvine Citrson, Mr. Columbus R.
DrkiLK and MNs l.vaiu U. Davis,
both of. McArthur.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Joseph A. Graves and Mary C Col
lins. -
. Amlionv.W. Devoro.and Lavha
Holilreu. ,,
Columbus B. Dunkle nnd Lizzie II.
Ueoree Uitrnhart And Kuhamy Rife.
Joel N. Faiterran anJ Marth'p Sav
ior.
McArthur Market.
.Elnur. per sacK. ,t ............ , fZOO
uorn aieai per ousn .eu
Cora .i . i ,i ,;. . . . ..... . . , ... i . : .60
Oats 40
Wheat . . . : .. .I.30a1.40
Beans ;.. r.W. 2.0ti(a2fi0
Potatoe.. ..-. 75100
Dried ADt-les...... U0
Dried Peaches . .'. ..' 8.'3
Timothy Seed per busb , . . . . 47.25
Clover. . - 6.75
Onions .. " h.i ...... .75
Hay V ton . .. ..
Hams, country......'
" . sugar cured,.
....12.00al5(HJ
....... .:. .10
........ 7 A
8.OI0
Smoked nides.l.....
Shoulders
Pickled Pork.
Butter
Cteese u ...
I4trd
tallow .ijl..
Chickens, live
i. .20
... , 28
.. lSa.iS
... 3.40
.. , 15a25
.... .40
.... 9.00
10
33(83.-.
.J.OOal 25
i2
... ii
, 80a 1.00
. 40(350
75U.1.00
Hocking dalt per bbl..
Sacks .. j. .,..,
Vinegar, elder. ., '
White Flslr ........
Mackerel . ...w.... ...
Uio COtlee ....
Tea!.....,...,.;
Cottee .sugar
Yellow 3 "
Organs Molasses
Sorghum
Syrup
Kar Candles, per lb...
Tallow ...
foap. country per lb..
Feathers .
Bags :
Oai. ner but .. .
... .251
, . . ,15a2U j
;.. ft6i
. . 65x75!
.. 02 a 03
,Tuk following id the relative
Handing ol the pupils. In Dam
den High School for the month
ending Feb. 13, 1874:
Annie McKlnnU mi
Mary Bobbins 07v
Nellie Coizeiia 97
Emma Heskitt 97
MamluCarract 96
Liiclutla Campbell 06
Mary Thomas 98
Amanda Funk 96
Ruth Kay 93
Lizzie Cameron 93
Clara Watklns 93
Hattle Cramer 93
Annie Norrls 93
Fhiuile Johnson 91J
Flora Baker 90
Clara Falne 90
Mamie Dundy .86
Theresa Davison ab.at ex.
Ornlta McKmnlss ab.at ex.
Amanda lleakitt ab.at ex.
Louisa Yonnir ab. at ex.
Alvin McKiiiniss 96
Thos. Burtenshaw 94
Eddie Lantz 93
Htijrli Cameron 9'X
Homer Kobblns 90
Henry Ileuderson 88
Willie Phine 83
George Smith 84
J. II. Hoffhtne ab.at ex.
A. F. Bobbins ab.at ex,
R. M. STEELE, Principal.
Gerald MaSsky s great con
undrum is, Why does not God
kill the devil? We should say
it is because be don't want to
leave the Democratic pa'ty ah
Ohio State Journal.
H. (J. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REIL ESTATE AGENT,
DlcArt bur, Vinton Co, O.
REAL ESTATE,
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GEEAT BARGAINS IN LANDS.
A BARE CHANGE TO BUY A HOME
f HE following It-nils will ha aoltf low on
J. n aaonaule term aa to payment I .
a OAAORR4 ot line timber land, naar the
IZVJmAC. R. R. The timber will mora
than pay Ihr the land il put up in lha market,
Title perfect. For full deacriiilion rail upon
or writ to rJ.C.JONfcS.
UlTflTIIIV S mile of the M.-AC R.
iiu if K The larm containa W acree
Itllllortv aorra cleared. Pair improve
""menta. A iiood coal bank open and
working. 4) feet beat coal, lor taie cheap.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watered and near
the railroad.
Title perle. t.
Will In old low. ltdne
H.O.JONES.
RUCKY HOlXn.V SILVER SPRLCE
The moat beautiful tree In America,
Bound Caotns,
Mountain Sunflower,
Painter's Brush,
' Pike's Peak Columbine,
AID OTUI1
Booky Mountain Specialties,
For descriptive catalogue and price list ol
leeu, auureas,
LANDIS it, FOQANj
Dm vii. Coloiidu.
Bpeclal So to Kunerymen d Dtalirt,
Manhooa: How Lost, How Bestored
,iut piihiianpii, a new Mi.
inn ,.f lr. t'ulverwell'a
Crlnbrnted Enaay on the
flinvf of -paaiToa.iiii.i, or Heminal Weak
nwa, InvolnnUryHaminal LnnxeK, InpoTaNrr,
.Mrntal and Hliymcal lacapacit), lniedimenta
lo Marriaxe, rU, also, CnNauarrioa, Kpilip.
miiicui cart (witliuut niffrii-
cr.and ni. induced by sell-iuduliienceorevi
UhI pxtravaKHnce.
avr'rirf. in a sealed envelope, only "cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable es
say clearly demonstrates from a thirty eara'
aiii-ceafiil pruetire, that the alarming cnne
quenvea ol heli-sbu.-e may be radical y cured
without the daoiieroua a ot internal mecli
zine or the aj'plicHtloo of the knife; pointini
out a mode orcure at onceaimiile, certain and
etteclual, by means or hich ever) suHirrer,
nu matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
eV his Le ture should be in the hands of
every ynulh nnd every man in the land.
-enl, und r seal, in a plain envelope, to any
add.-esa, jxxrpni.1 on receipt ot six cenla, or
two post Htampa.
Also Dr. ruherwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price SO cents.
Ad'lrttoslhe publishers,
OIIAX. ,f. O Kt.tNE ft CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Utflue Box, 4,806
Daily Meat Market
I HA VB open
ed a daily
meat market in
turkey's Bull.
'inn. opposite
rk. ViMfi.n enitli
,y. jail, and will
neep CiiOMaoii;
n hMnd all the
Varieties and the ':
m.al to lie
iiuind in the
market -
I will sell at
fair price, and
hv ftur dealing
hone lo merit
he public pat-
a. !. II ROW
Jfse Bron.
400 BAUHELS
Choice Winter Apples.
AAaoitcd Va retes,
IIEARY J. BAILEY'S
FRUIT STORE,
No.: IPMaia Street,' Hear' Faint,
' CHILLICOTIIE, O.
WOrtors promptly Ailed. - , n
KdicleTS . J :
TALMACE,
SPUrGZON,
' T. He Wit Talmate is elitor of the Tk,
csnsreni at Heri; U .H. thurgcon, le...i
conttibuior. I hey write fcr no other iauer
m Jtmeric . 1hre maanitteenl ehromoe
Pay larfcer eon.miasion ihsn spy nherpa
per. CUKOHtHS ALL HEADY.
-ei'tanauism No n iiui.alt-ni. o tirii
reeeutly obtained ksu eubacri tiona i
highly hemr absnlnte work. Hampl cop
ies and cirai'lara -enl tree.
ACENTS Wanted. .
W. A1AM-, piiMi.her. 1J t hamber-
a reet.Nrw fork
ejiivev
.aaL ' f
1874 PROCLAMATION. 1874
THOMAS A MELL0U
-
AT -
THE BRICK Si ORE,
Z A JL E 8 Illi
Will keep on hand throughout the prasent year a large and well aisdAe j
stock bf
JEWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DEESS GOODS,
CTTUTNEBY)
aUEENSWAUE, . . . . .
FINE GROCERIES, . . .
GIOTHIirO;
' And a thousand other
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornamenti
which I will sell lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in Vinton County.
Examine my stook and prices before btiving.
THOS. A. MELL0R. '
IP YOU WOULD CONSULT YOUB
IHTEEEST,
Look at this offer.
125 PEE CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for aht
WE OFFER NONE BUT TUB
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE,
EVERY OXE WARRAXTD 5 YEARS
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in
A $190 organ for $140
" -209 150
44 220 " 170
" 250 183
" 400 piano ' 300
fttK) " 375
COO 44 44 450
Mlnlaterai CaarehM and Babbalh
Schools furnished, at wholesale rate.
m. r. n aisles,
Bixh St., tw doors west of Market,
UdeoT3 McaRTHI'R, O.
r I
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GO.
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CO
s
CO.
TEE
BEST STOVE
IN TrlE
WE JL D
lleatlngr School; Houses,
Churcbcs, Lodge lioems,
Court Houses and
Public UalU,
13
JOHN GROSSIUS'PATENT
Ills cleanly, ll is economical; it il health
till. It keeps up a perfect circulation of air.
warming all part oi the room alike, it took
the Bret premium over all competitors at the
Vienna Exposition. Rircula sand pamnhlele
conisming enxravineand full partii ulsrs fur.
niahed on applii'4tion, or one ot the stoves
may be seen in operation at my store. You
are invited lo call, end see for yourselves.
JOHN KELLH0FER,
, Noit9iMainSt.,;
(JliiUicotheiOhio,
Hole airent for Vinton and Ro.e eountiea, and
dealer in all the most approve.' Cook inn and
Healing Htovea, House Fnrnisbuif Unols,
and mannlaelureror all kin. of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordcra from ibe
uonntry lor Hh,uiiq, foofing. etc., will s.
ways receive immediate sttennoa.
lMei-tti73
J. S. McCOLUvlON.
JEWELER ASD SILVERSMITH i
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Shreckeigaust'a Old Stand,
CimJJCOTHE, OHIO,
MA5 OFIOTTJ BIB iKD DBALEI 15
Fine Gold JeWelrr.
ixenlt for
Aaerlcai tad foreign Watches
: : :.
Oflld Setts
DlasMad"
Teari "
Jet ,
Garnet -Mrcklaoee"
i
, BraiwU e ' -Pine
and Slu.ls
. Caff Dat.oas
. Tbimblee
' Hair Jewelry .
Speclaclel
Ftlvee Ware .
P's.ed Wars
Ids CutfefJ ' '
Hxla Watches ,
TJ. a. W.. -H.nraril
-W.Utem
' .
Sprlmfteld :
N Y.
Swiss '
Infilth .
Qi-nts' Chaini
Millsua
fhvia
I hall lis
8elb i homae Clndts,
Wiieoberi
Tsrry . -
Agents lor
IIBIE&TOI)I GOLD PEWS.
A FULL LJiE OfarmDS SUITABLE FOR
HOLIDAY,
BHIDAL St, BLUTHD AY PEESIKTS
l'Cxls made toonl.rao.i rer'Sinniidoae tiv
rarefnl aorkma. No exlra enerife lie n
anvii goods bought m ttua Mtni,iuabt.
t
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
kinds of
FUliNltURE
suited to this market;
I will manufacture'
to order anvthinfir de-
8ireammylinei(,,,jr7
A "ivil stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always onhand.
attend funerals' 'tfJ
hearse when deniei.1
pari noitToiV; : '
Ooraer of Iigh4 Locust sjtxg6lfl,
.. . McARTHUR, Oa.
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE ts hereby given that
premises of the undereijined. All not heed
ing IMS Sotico will he prosecuted.
' ' i.'il i iO H CtUt9p.a
BU. HOW HIKES.
, , AND
Vnv HVivTimfTia'at "
SWAS;O0WNll:
paint fifREETi""'

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