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SPECIAL NOTICES.
- - . ... i 1 : . , fc r i,
vn'-rup Lllillll OF II4MDCS
AND VINTON tOUNTi, W111VI
I would respectfully annoupee that I
have opened a New Millintry Store, in
the room tatel occupied bj Mr. Bur
tttuhav n Ilamden, Ohio.
BUaehina, Pressing and Coloring
done to order. Trimmed Good kept
in etock, combining the Tery Lateit
and But Styles.
I am prepared from experience to
give entire satisfaction in the Business
of Janiun Making.
All suiting-done, to raVr and a fit
warranted in all infanee, or the goods
will be paid for.
By impartiality and strict alention
in Butineis I (hall endeavor to please
all euetomere. and will bo very thanki
ful fbr all the patronage extended me.
Respectfully, &o.
MKS. LIZZIE NORMS.
THAT w'uiCU IS
WORTH DOING
. ' -1S-
WORTH ADVERTISING.
ERINT?AND PROSPER
J. F. TOWELL,: Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the". Hereuanta' and Furnace
men of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. ' lVeptiy
Tri. J. BOVVERS,
ItEsi DENT DEN 1 1ST,
McAfthur, Ohio.
'Particular attention gtvea to tht treatment
of the natural teeth.'
fJYE cSt .VIACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
,67 FAINT MltET.
OIIILLICO TUE,OHIO,
TnjViTB the attention of merchanlsand fur
J.iloeien to ln larke ioi:koi me ouinr.
t clea jt received. We will aell t ie very
lowest Biriirea 10 the trade. Urder solicited
1 ......... I.. .1 n U4.ll
Notice to Teachers.
TDE BOARD of School Examiners
for' Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in Mc Arthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
Aprir, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au.
gait anf December, in euub year.
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory 'evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases'.' ' A fee of' 60 cents is required
by law from each' applicant.'
, Jf. U. BAtt.NEiS tJh'n ) Board of
'JS.ilUUN.. VSohoul Ex.
1 L. (VSUl-'UE, Cl'k, J
nammers.
Howard Sauitury Aid Ausocia-
, " " ' tion.
for Ibo Belief and Cureol the Erringand Un
' fortuuateou Priuciplasof Chrhftiau
Philanthropy.
Eassys on the Error of Youth, and the fai
lle of Age, in relation to Marriage and Social
Etila, with nii.ur aid for the atUicted
nt 'free, in sealed 'envelope. Address,
HOWARD AdSUCUTION, Boi P, Phi'Kwl
phia.pt-' ' '
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
;N0. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
nL'!Hl aD Uuiimii nftklsi tT.n
LT(GwV licHinuineiU will hereitfter be
5h)ii on the avecond and liurt
';7m!" illOlltlliy CTCIIIUMBJ VI :sai
wiiu limy ua Timiiux " mim
-llk. I,. "Dl UIUUl iKTi I IV H. !
HIVVIIU. t ft SV UVHIVt'l -w "
JUUN T. RAM, 8. W '
MflArlbur. Feb'y 17, 1870.. . f . ' v
. . ... .... i .- K ij j ; .-'
The favorite Fine-Cut
a 'HE Chewers' Choice, l now taking the
lead pi nil other Brands. ' Btighl in color,
?lresat in Utate. touub and laxiinf in chew,
hiaeoMMO' potiaesaea nvery quality to suit
ctlewert,' and aril hy the l pound bucket
fuMf Vlq cheaior per pnuniiithun any other
brand of I he Mme nriule and (.erhiim leia
nuahlyi MOoNaAvIa of iltra telehiaied hrenn
have beeW'eVIH-ln'dhHllnotlie clone withiq
the last two month', and trans ntlrl mureaa.
Iiur.. 4'i'rrttf f. W-H JilK it. K-KAMl-t
CttlMieothe,-'V)rn.,u are the-'maniKachirers'
as mriell'l1owet factory Pncea. -i
tjl.NNIl"! Kf' -.i
Wll.'l
DILLONAo5gT0N(00,
A VINO fllted oeeur raaRhinery in (Ira t-
da style, we ere prepared lu do :. i ;
D1EDINQ, 'BPIjraiHUA fEAVINQ
vn abort notice and in theinioatvorKlran
like maonep ..We have on hand end for ale
atowr fccteyiiilo4 aupixy a I
W OO L CIV COODS,
J earts; Flannels Blankets, &c,
which we wlil aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid Wool.
V ,k . ..sousf&N, milVWilto
tuBjaa':;,,,-.' AllenBville, JTiaMi O ,H.'
HAMDEN MILLS.
PROPRIETOES
WE have purchased and fitted up the
above mill and eolioit the trade ol the
farmers of thie veinily.
J i l84ojM air11"01 ? 1 ;
CUSTOM WORK,
And er aiveo to pleaee all easterner. Mr.
a a 4iii7.7.CNH...n Derience( miller, haa
harga ol the rmrtaed will not lull to ileal
lain and fpva general aau.iacuon.
. Heal and Feed
i i i y ; s ; i i.
QaJbaal aal fcr aal ft..
JLOTTEflT MARKET PRICES
4 taUT ' ' " " OOZZJiMB JOHHW
THE VINTON RECORD.
. Official Organ of Vinton County. :
LOCAL MATTERS.
GRAND COUNTY
Temperance Masi Meeting
AND
JIUUI!
The ladies of McArthur invite the
friende of temperance in Vinton court',
ty to meet with them in Mass Conven
0
tion at
M'ARTHUR
on
FRIDAY, MARCH 20,
At It O'clock, A. M. I
to rejoice with them upon the success
of the cause here and elsewhere in our
county and strengthen each other for
the work yet to be done. Come in del
egations, with mottoes and banners,
with music and song, praise and glad
ness, prayer and thanksgiving men,
women and ohildren nd let thia be
the greatest outpouring of the people
ever assembled in Vinton county, as
this is the greatest cause we have ever
been called on to cruder en masse
Let no churoh, Sunday school or term
perate neighborhood or laruily be with
out a representative. Let us Show
King Aloohol we are . determined to
cast off his fetters. The MoArthur
Brass Band will furnish musio, and dis
tinguished speakers from abroad will
be present . '
Citizens of MoArthur are requested
to decorate, their homes, . business
houses and workshops and turn out in
honor . ' the day.
By order of the Exaoutive Commit
ee." "' ,;
Cal. Miller, a. young man
probably Iwenty-one years of
age, was arrested last week
aud committed to jail, charged
with attempting to rt jie a mar
ried woman numed Thnmpon
who lives on Nelson lufflune's
farm. Young Millet is respect
ably connected, a sou of a for
mer editor ol the Jackpon
Standard, who is now publish
ing a paper in Illinois. He de
nies tlipcharpe, but on Ihe oth
er hand wo understand the
lady, who bears a good cliarao
ler, positivily affirms his guilt.
Oscar Meese, has organized
and is teaching a clxss in
Ger.nan, at flamdn, anrl is
meeting with flattering success,
his pupils nvtking (ommendH
bla progress in' acquiring,"! but
language.' 'Mr. Meese, we are
informed by, Germans, who, are
competent :to i-judge, i master
or'tbtlngu'age'and thorouau'.'
ly competent to leach it, being
a'graduafe of 6he'6T the 'first
German Uoiversllies. There is
talk of a dais being organized
here for him.; iThose who join
it may be assuiefl ol ! Mr. M.'s
ability to teach ; ;
. .'liUi-
Dr: D. F. Baird,. a prtminen't
ci'tizh ;6f McArlhul', died 'at
his late'jresidence, March 8ih,
the 54ili anii'ifversary' of his
birthday, He was born in
. .: ...... . i :: ..' hi . i i,
Guernsey county Ohio, March
81 11' 1820, and' moved to Mq Ar
Ihqr about the'. age of twenty i
two.1' vHe" had beeri a m.ernbetr
of. the. Cumberland Presbyte
rian church Since be was in hi"
thirteenth year, and was an ex
emplary 'tiHzen.'"-'; "V -!
fROF. ejeorr; of bh6 TTni Ver
eify, will be here off .the duty ol
the .temperance ' Jubilee, and
it is' expected will address the
people. ;!Gen;. S. H.'. $ur8t,; of
Ohillicothe, an ableiearnest
orartQiY has also '.been Jnvf'ted.
i i
ana is eipecieu to ueiiver an
ddrefis. ... . '
Wb must decline Ichabod's
Hainden .letter.'.'.'.1; We; always
welcome commuuioations treat
itig '61 matters'; of interest ( to
the public, but can. not ., lend
our columns lor personal abuse
and promotion - of : personal
The Temperance Crusade.
The 'ladies still ,'codtinue
their prayer meeting In front
of O'Eeeie's saloon: A large
meeting was held there on
Sunday alternoon, in addition
to the regular week day meet
ings. On Tuesday, during the
stock sales, they continued
their meeting from early ihorn-
ipg till 10 o'clock at night
There were but very few who
were not ashamed to run the
blockade ior the sake of a
drink, and the consequence
whs that it was the quietest
stock sale day ever held in
McArthur, and many husbands
were returned to their familios
duly sober, who wera not wont
to return so. To outside ap
pearances the situation is the
same as it was three weeks ago.
O'Keele still holds oat, ana so
do the ladies. We don't know
how he feels about it, but we
heard one of the ladies express
herself to the effect that it was
pleasant enough meeting in
Iront of the saloon now, but if
he wouldn't let them in the sa
loon when it cme warm, along
in July and August, they would
have to erect an awning to
protect themselves.
. The ladies, while they have
not yet induced Mr. O Ket fe to
yield, have good reason to feel
encouraged at the eflect their
meetings are having upon the
people at large who witness
heir devotion. An instance
to the point came under our
observation last week. Mr.
John Levis, of Wilkesville, at
(er witnessing a meeting in
front of OKeefe's, went to
Judge Ktler'8 for bis dinner.
While there Mrs Kale'r came
in Iroin' the meeting and took
oil her cloak, tier daughter
immediately put it oo" and
started out to take her place.
The art, simple in itself, touch
ed Mr Levis and set him to
thinking, when, with ' tears,
which he could not suppress,
he said that he had drank a
little ever .since he could re
member; had drank since be
had came .to McArlhur that
day, hut what be bad neen and
ell liml convinced hltu it w.us
time to quit and he would nev
er touch another drop ' lie is
only one ol many who have
niade similar vows through tha
work in which' the ladies are
now engaged. '
Dramatic Entertainment.
Tiie MoAnhur Dramatic As
sociatioti will give all enter
tainment at the School House
Hall, next Thursday, evening,
i be proceeds to be donated to
i lie Ladies. Temperance League.
"The Last Loal" and "A Drop
Too Much," both temperance
pieces, are on the programm
Our citizens bave.alieadv bad
an opportunity to Usl the
quality '..ol , ijie perlnrmance 01
tlie ASfQcLatjoii,. and a gocd
emerirtininept and a crowded
uyusemay j)e. 6aiely guarau ,
vV..,, ;
The ladies have made . ar
rangements to entertain all
persons from he country who
may wish tu attend the. txhibi
''Qn"""";M.?" f '-'n "'" ' '
i
' Mr.' Ii liu'iiBERT has again'
i aken chilrge'of t be old,- po tl
lar and' well- known Holbert
House. Having been engaged
fn the business over forty-years
he' had sought " retfrernemi,
but so e'arWeetly has h- 1)eeri
ui'ged to'agafn' take charge Of
the "old hotel" that he hat- con
sented to do so. He therefore
feels happy' ip announcing that
he will take pleasure irf enter
taininghia torroer guests in the
same hospitable manner as be
tnre.i;:Thankful for past patron"
age he,' solicits a contioaabee of
the'satae''"1
'; Thb alarm ot ' fire bd Tuesday
evening was occasioned by ihe
breaking out of si fire in fjam
uel Trimmer's blacksmith shop,
ll was extinguished beiore ii
had ' got mucli start or done
much' damage.' ' -'! i j ,
; ,: .. -,-.rr -i ;
i Saibkrt . WkscoAT is ,backat
bis old home on a short visit,
after an absence of four years.
The time" appears short but it
has, transformed Siib. from a
IfOjto a man pi family. ,' (
Authoritative Histery of the
Farmer's Movement.
Tbb Geooiidbwill- A . history of
the origin, alma, and progreM or
the Farmers' Movement. , Einbrhc-lng
an authoriutlve account of
Farnifra' Tluba, O ranees, etc; a
full dtseusslon of the Transportation
question and other grtev
a nee, and a history bf Industrial
Education in the (Jutted States.
Together with sketches of the lives
of prominent leaders, etc. etc. By
Hon. Jonathan- Periam. Editor
Western Burat. Vice President Ills.
State Board of Agriculture etc..
etc. Published by . ILtnalord &
Co., Cincinnati.
The above is the comprehen
sive title of a book Iresh irom
the press, that merits more
than common praise. It is era
pHatically a book with a mis
sion. A reliable history otbe
Farmers' Movement is perhaps,
the greatest popular want of
the day ih the way of books.
Here we have it a genuine,
authentio, thoroughly endorsed
record of the great popular up
rising against monopoly.
We notice that Hon. W. O.
Flagg, President of the" llli
nols State Farmers' Association
contributes a highly interest
ing chapter on the Railroad
and Transportation question.
The work is likewise backed
up by a great Array of com
mendatory letters from such
strong and widely known names
as Gen. W. H. Jackson, of
Tenn., President of the Nation
al Agricultural Congress, John
Davis, Eiq., President of the
Kansas State Farmers' Co-operative
Association; Hon. M.
L. Dunlap, the well known
"RuraW1- of the Chicago Tn
bune; Dr. O. V. Riley, State
Entomologist of Missouri; Wm.
Saunders, who was the first
Master of the National Grange;
Hon. Norman J. Uolman, editor
of Colman's Rural World, St.
Louis; and many others.
, Tub Grocndswell is a fairly
printed, prolusely illustrated,
and handsomely bound 'vol
ume of 576 Grown Octavo
pa'ges. The publishers are well
known for promptness and re
liability, and have undoubtedly
made a. great hit. Thousands
ot people will buy this book,
who would not think of invest
ing a cent in any other 7
It is sold by Distributors
who obtain the book direct
from the publishers, and bring
it direct to the customerVvery
door. For the benefit of such
ot our readers as may Wish to
correspond with them, we give
the publishers' address in lull:
E. Hannafurd & Co. 177 West
Fourth St. Cincinnati.
Ex-PrbsICent Fiji Wore, died
at his home in Buffalo, Sundav,
March 8, iu the 75th y5at of his
age.
BIRTHS.
In Itiohlnnd tnwnahip, March 8th,
to Mr ' and Mrs. Jesse Coiad, a
daughter.
In Jackann townnhip, March 8th, to
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holland, a eon.
In Elk township, March 10th. to Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Barleon, a daugh
ter - '
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John Burns and Fannie Pierce.
Geo. L. Wade and., Sarah E. Oars
re.' ' "
'.Inhn'fnbiidv to Emily Leniger.
James MqFarland. , and, Caroline
Oiler. ' 1 .......
i Clark Mason and-Amanda Savage.'
Wm Zimmerman . and, Leona J.
Gibba . '
Edward MoFarland and Rachel
Bwweni ' '" .'- lo . t :' . i ' ', '
Samuel V. Kama and, Ciuda .Crow.
' Johir Barrett and Mary Sullivan.
McArthur Market.
Flounper saefc..,. .).,...j:2.00
uorn Meal per bush..., .60
Corn .60
Oats .,. 40
W heat .v ..:...'..:..... 1 .30al .40
Beaus . ... ......... tf(;..,iO)(g-i.B0
Potatoes 7o 100
Dried Aprles.. ...J.f'-' 10
Dried Peaches 3.')0
Timothy Seed, per hush.... i'.4.00
Clover ' ' " - . 1 6.75
Unions . if." j... Jo
Hay V ton
.li.00a15.iH)
Hams. Countfv . . . i ...J '.lift
" . sugar cured. ...... ,... .io
Smoked Mdes. ....... '. .10
Shoulders... i... 7
Pickled Foik . 8.i0
KfflS ;.t-. i.. ...I.,...
Butter. , . 2o
Lta .20
Lard. .. .... ...... , J8
Tallow ;.. .08
Chickens, H ve ., 1 ........... .
Hocking Salt per bbl.,.. ........ 3.40
Sacks ..j, ...... 15a23
Vineotr. elder....- 40
White riso , 8.00
Mackerel .10
Klo Coffee S3(335
Tep ...... ..i ,...l,00al!
Coffee Sujrir..;. 12U
leiNIW J i r ...... 11
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1. 00-1
rJorgburU-' ..,.... 4ti50
Syrup , i ?3a.l.0O
Star f'andtes, per lb. . .2t
Tallow - .lSaiO
Soap, country per lb M
Feathers... t. ....... 68h75
Kajrs,.. , 23
Oauiesrbua . .; .....
Bop, dreeswd, ....... ....180 a 00
" Thb Chiliicothe Post ' says
"there is some talk of Rail
road in the air at Adelphi," and
that recently ua meeting was
held at Laureville, a place im
mediately next to Adelphi, at
which many "solid" reprsen:
tatiyes of sbrrounding town
ships in Pickaway, Hocking,
and also Vinton counties were
present. Such men as Com
missioner Earshner, J. Karsh
ner, sr., Sol. Riegel, William
Armstrong, and others' took
prominent parts in the meet
ing. A contractor on the Galli
polis & MoArthur Road offered
to grade a road up the Salt
creek Valley from dividing
ridge to Circleville (taking in
Adelphi) for $200,000 and
would take 25,000 stock in the
road himself. The idea seemed
to be that the Dayton folks
would adopt this route to the
coal field. Steps were taken
looking to the incorporation ( I.
"Thb Dayton, McArthur & Gal
lip'olis Railroad."
Wb will send the Record and tha
Cincinnati Gaiette to subscribers one
year fur $.123. '
Jbl O. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
mi ESTATE AGENT,
McArthur, Vinton Ci, O.
REAL ESTATE'
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAND 3.
A BABE CHASOB TO BUY A HOME
ri'RE following Und will be told low on
X it miODHDie lerms w vmeni :
lOVRE t So timber Und, nrr the
UUM4C. B. R. The timber Vtlll mora
than pT air the Und II put up id the mrimt,
Title perfect. For lull deocnulion call upon
or write to Ji.C, JONES.
JU X171THIN K mile ft the M. C. R.
finaai V K The Irm contmni so aeret
lrtony norei olmred. Kir irrproe
nienta. A Kood coal hunk open and
working. V, feet beat coal. For e cheep.
120 Acres in Earri&on Townsh,
GOOD timber Und, well wittered and near
the railroad.
Title perfect. .,,
Will be told low. , 18deo
B.O.JONES.
UOCKY M0Uri SILVER SPRUCE
. -
The moat beautiful tree In America,
Bound Caotus, ,J
Mountain Sunflower,
Painter's Brush,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
ib OIHIE
Booky Mountain Specialties,
For descriptive catalogue- and price litt ol
eed, ed.dieaa,
L'ANDIS & FOQAN,
; : DlKVSB. Coloiado.
fiptcial rJh Io Kurwrymn and Dealer
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored I
Juat pnhliafeeil. a new edi
tion I nr. CdWerwell'e
Celebrated Kmt on the
radical cmrt itnih.iiit nieiii-
cine) of -piaMTomii(, fit emlnal Weak
nese, Involuntary Sr-mitml Lnanea, IxponNC,
Mental aud Hhyaibal Infapapily, Impedimenta
to Marrlan. elc, also, Chnsumftiom, K. pi ne
ar, ami tit-", induced by lell-iuduUence ortci
Unl exlravnaoce.
"Trice in a acaled envelope, only S cents.
The celebrated author in Hub admirable ea.
ay clearly demnntratea from a thirty yers'
aiii-ceaful prnrtiee, that the alarming ennae
quencea olHelt-alMi'.e may be radical y cured
without Ihe dangeroua use of internal medi
cine or the application of the knife; pointing
out a mode ofiure at onceaimple, rertein and
elterlual, by menna of which efery HiinVrer,
no mailer what lila condition niRy be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and adknlt)
r'i hi I.rrture ahould be In Ihe hauda of
every joulh and every man id the land.
enl, nndi-r aenl. in a lm envelope, to any
ndd.'eaa, pmttiaul on receipt ol ix cents, or
two pout alampa.
Alen Dr. I'ulrerwell'i 'Marriage Guide,"
price HO centa.
Addreaaihe publishers, ' ''''
- . CHAS. J. O KMNR k CO.,
1Z7 Bowery, New Yoik, Post Umce 11
Box, 4,900
Daily Meat Market
I HATE open
ed a daily
meal market io
hockey' Bull
'ing. opposite
ne Vinlnn cit
f jail, and- wOl
ieep constantly
n nnnd all the
varieties and the
iet meat to be)
Unind in the
market
I will Hl at
fair price i. and
by fair dealing
nope k men.
the public pat-
A. Li dROWS.
400 BABKELS
Choice Winter A fples.
VUboi ted: Varies,
IIEINKY J. BAILEY'S
FRUIT STORE; '
No. II ifain Street. tint Paint,
' CIllLLICOTnE, 0.
, aWOrdert promptly -flUed, -
ldecins. -. ! ,i .ii,) j '
TALMACE,
SPUf CEON,
T. fe "Witt Talmage is editor of the ThA
CtWaKaa Ifor; O. H. rtbiirgeon, special I
contributor. .They wnie for no other paper
m America, inree maraincent enromna
Pay laraer commission than any o'harpa
Iter, inavavs aax. KEAPIi ..o
-ectanaoiem. o eruuuali.in. O eageni
recently obtained 3o eubcri tiooa b.
eighty hours abanlnte work. Bern pie oop
tea and oironlara aenl tree
AGENTS Wanted.
H. W. AUAM?S auMisher. lot Chambersl
u street, dew Yark-.v .
Jfeo Broun. '
ISJan
1874 PROCLAMATION. 18?i
to
THOMAS -Ai OIEIiLOl;
' '''' im
vv ill Keep 00 nana lorougaoni me
stock of, ' ,
' ' v I '. ;' -
JLWJfclLKY, " , ,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS,
TfUTJJNERY
QTJEENSWARE, J
FINE GROCERIES, . ;
CLOTHING,'
- , :,- , . . '
And a tboanand other
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament
which I will sell lowet than can be obtained ;
elsewhere in Vinton County;
Examine my stock and prices before buving.
TII03. k MELIOR. !.
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INTEREST,
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Stylos for Cash!
WE OFFER NONE BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MACE.
A $100 organ for ,..$1-10
f ) '20Q ....150
m " 170
2(0 ," 18.
" 400 piano " 300 .
" BOO 375
" 600 " " 430
Mlnlatera, Churches nnd Sabbath .
Schools furnished at wholesale rates.
' m n. JBARINES, -:' :
HUh 8t., two doors west of Mar's, ;.
, Udec7S McARTHl'R, O.
-...?.' .'. . .
preseui year a targe nu wen aasortcu
n
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mi
THE
BEST STOVE
-in tie
W H5 JL B)
f ti
Ileatlngr School; Ilouaei,
Churches Lodge Roumt,
Court Houses and
Public Halls,
JOHN GROSSIUS'PATENT
H Is cleinly, ' is economical; it is health'.
Inl. It keena up a perfect cimnlatioo of sir.
warming all jwna 01 the room alike. It took
the Bret premium ovei all compelitora all lie
Vienna Eaponiioh. Cirfula a and pamfhlets
containing engraving Knd full pailit ulara Kir
niahed on application, or one ol the ttva
may be aeea iti operation st my itqre. You
are invited to cull, aud see for yoi'raelvei.
JOHN KEILH0FER,
No. 9, Main St.,
Chiliicothe, Ohio,
8ot agent for Vinton an l Row oonntiea, and
dealer id all the moat approved Conking and
Heating btof ea Houae Furaiehing Goo Ih,
and nianulactitrer of all kinn of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Urutra .from Ihe
country for Mpoutisg, ronHng, eui., will al
waya Pn-eire immediate attcniioD.
lldeoim
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWZLERSllVLRSMITH
Opposite tba Emmitt House,
Shreckeigaiist'i Old Stand,
pnnXICOTHE, OHIO,
. . M&XOrAOTDREtt AND &BALBB IH
Fino G old J ewehy.
Ageols for
AinericwL and Foreii Watlieft
Kiel a Welches
.B.S.W. "'.j.'
Blaaoa
Howar " v .
Waltsaa - ' .-. .
Sprinnldu
Y.r .
SwUa -w.J r
Knglith
Ornta' Chains .
Killaua "
tip- ra
ChattHn '
Seth Ibomas Cluckey
rear! . "
Jat , O
Garnet "
N,-cklacM" ,
" Bnrele s ' ' '
Piaa aad Studs -
' CufT Bitt4,ns -,
Tbioiblea -II.
Ir Jewelry
Spectacle.
Kilter Wars
t'Vi Ware
11ds Cutlery
witenuerg
Tarry
: - . x.
A ents for
ilABIE TODD'S GPLD mi
a rCLL lmb or ooons boitablb for
HOLIDAY,"
BBID1L & BIBTBDAY PBESENT8
Unoela mads loj orHerarrd repairing done hv
careful wnrkmea. Ha eiuaeharge foi u-n
iraiitg goods fcoufkt u law sbliaoauiai.
HERE NOW i;
fTsa
mm
wmmm
t . - ,v
I have just man;i;
factured and amnov"
offering at lowest pri f.
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FTTTiNTTTTnrc1'
suited to this markets
I will mdhufactury
to order anvtlu de
sired in my line; - '
A Ml stock of Cof.
fins,' and Burial.C'rt
aiways on nana, w 1
attend funerals w il
hearse when ' deJir'Si
. . rAn,is.iiuuxoJi',wI,J
Corner of Higl and Locust'StreotT!
McArthur, o.
t TroarlST.;. , ;-, r
mm
fl Y:
Notice to Hunters.
NOT1CK -s hereby given tliaf all petaoiiil
are forbidden to hunt or thnot oo thJ
premiaes ol the undertliuled. All not heed.
tog thla notice will he prosecuted. ....
; .:. .-m. chaioii 'u
6EO. HUFKHINES,'
. ' . . ' A. H.TURVMV.tiJ
' . M. J SALTd,
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J. 8 A LI'S.
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13novSnt A. J. WOKTMAN, . .
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LADIES , -v. K.i i.:.-'.i cm
I. It
i COTCl'i off
frAND:(
i Fur Trimmings!
MING A R'S; HAT STORfi
Paint street.' ; 1

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