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r.3PECIAL -NOTICES.,.
,nTUATvuicuis
WORTH DOING
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WORTH ADVERTISING,
tEINT AND PROSPER
i. i mi
J, P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchant and Furnace
meu pf Vinton county, a u per ior stock
of Pry Good and Notions, on terms
tht most farorable. lVeptlj
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
McArlhur, Ohio.
Particular aiteutlon given to the treatment
of the natural teeth.
QUEENSWARE
NYE '& MAC KEY.
f OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
: 67 PAINT STIIET..
QUILLJCQTIIH, OHIO,
l -i. ..... . i.: . :
INVITE the atlentioo of m.rchanla and fur
uaoeinen to lh large mock of the above r
t.elM jtisl received. We will sell at t ia very
lowal figure, to Hie trade. Order loliuited
and promptly attended n, sUjul
Notice To Teachers.
. . i , . ,j , .
( ". i' i . '
T' THB BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union SchooT House, in MoArtbur, oh
Ibe lot,' and! 3rd Saturdays of March,
April,' Maj, September, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
amination, to commence at ten o'clock,
A. Mv' .Satisfactory evidence of good
Aural character will be required in all
copea, A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant.
M. It. BAR .N Ed Ch'n ) Board of
J. a. II U UN, School Ex-
L. O. PERDUE, CTk, 1 aminers.
Howard Suuitury Aid Associa
tion. For (he Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
fbrtttuuteon Priuciplasof Christian
Philanthropy.
Sasays on tlie Errors of Vouth, and the fol
lies of Age, is relation to Marriage and Social
Evilt, with minimi y aid for the atllicled
4ent free, in aealeJ envelope. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, BoxP, Fl.:'.!
pliia. Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
Ooi(wv TEGUI.AR Meetings orthis En
sffiz- Itoainpinenl will herenller be
SjtXhfld on the second and Inst
nviwiev Mouiluy eveiiinti of each
mouth. Patriarch nl oilier emanipinmis
who may be uniting on i ,, are invited to
attend. PAUlSliOKTUN.C. P.
John T. Raphs, 8.
McArlhur, Frb'y 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rpHE-'Chewers' Choice, la now inking the
A, lend ol all other Hrsnrts. Hnght in color,
pleasant in taste, tough and lasting in rlirw,
thfialobaoco possea-e every qnxlily to suit
rJitwers. and sella by the to pound bucket
full Wcolieaper per pound, ihnu any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps less
quality, loo buckets of thia crlrliiiiled briincl
iinve been sold In Chilluintha alone within
he Inst two mouths, anil trndj null incrcns.
lug. ""Try It " bCHiEKrEK A KKAMKR
Cill)qoth, .Ohio, are the iManiifncturera1
gents and aoll at lowest Factor Price
iWmar 187.1
Thousands of Lives and Millions uf
Property Saved
BY U'1NG THE AMERICAN
.SAFETY KEROSENF LAMPS.
Theae lamps art nude of brass and will
never break.
The burners have s safety tube attachment
for the escape of gaa, and will never explode.
The ehitnneva are marift nf mir.nr I. in.
St ass so railed and tliev are the unit lai
chimneys made that will not break by heat or
cold.
Glase chimneys are nnaafe andexpensive-
snie i. me universal uonipieim.
Over seventy-five millions of glass lamp
chimneys are broken in this eouutry every
year.
Price of hand Inmns, eomnlete. with mica
chimneys, on dollar. Price of bronae parlor
or aiana lamps, two dollars sent In any part
of the United Btstes by express on receipt ol
the money by mail. Irio agents wanted to
ell then la pa and mica chimneys in eeiy
city and town, to whom a liberal discount will
be made. Wend for sample lumps and circu
lars givtog all' particulars. They speak lor
themael.ee ,nd "e" on sight. Address,
AMtKICaN fA'KI V LAMP CO..
No. 240 Pearl atreet, few Vork.
AIXENSVILIE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PBOPRIB OH3.
HAVING fitted np our machinery in first
class style, we are prepared to do
CABBING, SPINNING 4 WEAVING
on short notice and in the moat worn msn
like manner. We have on hand and for sale
ac our factory, .good supuiyof
iv n i. r. iv ti nuns
, Bach as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which ws wlil aell cheap
The Highest Market Fnce in Cash,
PM for Wool.
. HOUSTON, DILLON O,
(ins Allenstille, Tintou O , O.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PEOPRIETOES
HAITI DEi, O.
WK have purchased and fitted up the
above mill, and solicit th trade ol the
far mar. of tbia vanity.
i A i BpecuU attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given topical, all customers. Mr.
A- A. OOZZfiNO, an experienced miller, has
oharge of lbs mill, and writ not tail to deal
airly and gi ve general satisfaction.
Flour, Heal and Feed
' . ' ..... j .
Os iiaad sal for aalaat
jLOWEST MARKET PRICES
TD117
cozzens a Johnsohi 1
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Republican Township
Convention.
The Republicans ot Elk
township are requested to as
semble at the Court House
nextSaturdayafternoon at 5 o'
clock P. M. for the purpose ol
putting in nomination candi
dates lor the various township
offices.
The convention for the pur
pose of nominating corporation
officers will meet immediately
alter the adjournment of the
township convention.
Temperance Convention.
The Uourt Uouse was crowd
ed last Friday on the occasion
ol the temperance mass meet
ing, although the attendance
I rota the country was not
large, the rouds being almost
impassable. The day was beau
tilul and the parade improvis
ed by the Indies was a com
plete success.
The Court Douse was appro
priately ornamented with les
toons, wreathes aud mottoes.
Over the Judge's stand where
perhaps the' q-iostion will
have Anally to be answered
beautifully wreathed, was the
question, "Shall Temperance or
IvingAlcohoi reign?'' Back of
the stand "Wine is a mocker,
strong drink is raging.. On
the west side "Working tor
Jesui," and "Uharily to all.'
Ou (he east side "God is
love," and "We excel in a good
cause," all of which were ap
piopriately wreathed and orna
meu ed. Mr. Ohmtr, ol 11am
den, was elected President ol
tne meeting, and Dr. Bowers,
Secretary, i'res't. Scott was
theu introduced and murle a
profound temperance addresn.
lie was lolloped by Mr.
Olimer, who made a very inter
esting speech, the greater por
tion ol which consisted in a re
cital ot his personal experi
ence as the keeper of a Sunday
bier garden in Cincinnati
At the conclusion of Mr.
OUtiiers remarks, Itev. Mr.
Johnson presented a series ol
resolutions pledging the ladies
moral aud pecuniary : support,
which were adopted, and a
considerable amount ol money
something over $2,000 was
then and subsequently, secur
ed. The meeliug wai contin
tied at night, the house being
crowded and several short
ipeeches were made.
The meetings ol the Ladies'
League, and the prayer meet
ings in iront ol O'Keeffe's s.
loon have continued as usual.
In addition to the regular pray
er meeting which they are
holding, they now keep con
stant watch over the saloon,
iront and rear, relieving each
other at regular intervals, from
day light ti!l 11 o'clock at
night.
Tub lolliiwing is a report of
Ilatnden High School, showing
the standing ot each pupil, and
bis, or her deportment, for the
month ending March 13, 1874.
The lelt hand column fhows
the grade in studies, the right
in deportment :
Jno. Hofflilne 99 99
T. It. Biirteiichttw 98 99
Hugh Cameron 94 100
Henry Henderson 94 1UO
Homer Koobius 93 99
Willie I'aluo 92 99
George Smith 88 , 100
Alansoii lfobblns. absent at ex. 99
Alvlu AlcKiiinis " " " 99
Annie McKiiniis ...99 99
Nellie Cozzens 99 98
Emma lleskitt 98' 98
Tlieiesa bsvisoo 98, 98
Amanda Funk ... 98 98
Ruth Kay 98 100
Mamie Carrneci 98 98
Mary Thomas 98 99
Hattie Cramer 96 9!)
Annie Morris 95 99
Fannie Johnson 95 99
Flora Baker 94 98
Louisa .Young . 94 100
Clara Paine 94 98
Amanda Ueskitt 93 100
.Mamie Bunily 92 98
Kpna McAinnia, abscntatex. 99
Mary Kobbinf. 99
Lizzie Cameron, " " " 99
Clara Watklns, " 99
Temperance Convention. R. M. STEELE, Principal.
Ah inmate ol the Lawrence
county Infirmary died 'last
week, who is claimed to have
been 106 years old.
051 cent reward will be paid
for the name of the author qf La-
f.veite RajQor sjetter.
Report of the Hamden German
School for the Term ending
March 11, 1874.
Below we give the compara
tive grades of advancement , ol
the pupils in Mr. Oscar Meese's
school. The first column rep
resents the grade in reading;
the second in - spelling; the
thiid "in grammar. Where no
grade is given in grammar,' it
is because the pupils have not
advanced far enough to com
menre that 'study :
Annte McKlnnia. 90 85 80
Nellie Cozzens 00 85 80
Homer Robbing 80 85 70
Orpha.McKliiuU,..-. 80 80 70
Ktitiiie Miller'..: .,70 100 40
U. Dili, nbsent and not graded.
Lizzie McKlnnU ; 05 60 40
Georjfe Fisner. , ..90 70
Willy FMier 65 65
Kittw O'Brtne '. ....iv.-...G5 60
Augusta Miller 65 60
Annie Grnltman 40 60
ElUe Cionebacri.'. ..... .40 60
Samuel FUlier... 40" 60
Ajrnes Miller 5 15
Ella Fisher .: 5 15
O. MEESE, Teacher.
Fresh Arrival.
J. A. Felton.at his new cheap
each store, has just received di
rect from the East, a splendid
assortment of dry-poods ot the
latest and most desirable pat
terns and styles. A full stock
of both staple and fancy goods
including choide selections ol
delaines, lawns, cambrics, lua
tres.'chintzes, calicoes, gtng
hams, and other . desirable
goous ior areas pauerns ior the
ladies as well as a large assort
ment lor gentlemen's and gen
eral use 'Don't forget to cal
and look at those: splendid
goods. 4lCheap for cashl" is the
motto.
Quarterly Meeting.
Rev. R. Doughty, ot McAr
thur, will hold a quarterly
meeting in Zaleski, on Satur
day and Sunday, March 28tb
and 29th. Services will com
mence on Saturday night.
Rev. John Dickson will fill
the pulpit of Rev. R. Doughty,
in Mc Arthur, on Sunday, March
29h, at 10 o'clock in. the
morning and at 7 in the even
ing.
Death of a Centenarian.
Mrs. Mary Ann Reeve?,
grandmother of Mrs. Q W.
Tinkham, mother ol Mrs. II
ron, died atZileski, on Tue-
nay 01 last weeK. Mie cmne
from' Pittsburg" some' three
weeks since, and died after a
short illness at the advanced
age of 102 years and 9 months.
The prevailing question of
discussion now is which one
ol the ring wrote the communi
cation in the Enquirer signed
"Lafayette Ranoi?'' It Is Ray
nor's language, but. the onho
irraphy, gramatical construc
tion, etc, is in doubt.
The bill permitting a rail
road to miss counties which
are mentioned in the charter
in certain cases has passed
both houses and is a law. This
will enable he G. McA. &C
R. R. Co. to shorten its track
materially.
Couut convened on Monday,
Judge Dutladway presiding. A
special grand jury was called
which found a bill against Cul
isten Miller for attempt to com
mit a rape upon the person ol
Mrs. Allen Thompson, an ac
count ot which was published
last week.
Dr. Burr will be in McAr
lhur on Easter Sunday, to hold
service in the Episcopal Hall.
''Ommunion. service in the
morning and preaching a 3 o'
clock, P. M. , Bishop Bedell
will be. here, on Monday, alter
Easter, April 6, - and will hod
service in the evening at 7.
The entertainment of the
McArthur Dramatic Associa
tion last Thursday evening for
the benefit ot the Ladies' Tern
peranre League, cleared $42
A new grange was organized!
in Madison township last Fri
day evenine. Thev meet at
Wheelbut Church. Lather
Bolen is Master...
Els Grangk meets at the
School House Hall next Satur
day, 2 o'clock P. M.
Don't forget to Yrop in at
Felton's and examine his new
goods., .'
to
to
Who wrote Raynor's letter
for kirn? That's the question. i
I
The Answer to some Quibblers.
We near those who are op
posipg the ladies' temperance
movement saying that it is do
ing no good; that there is
much whisky drank in McAr
thur as ever. The appearance
ot, our streets, is ,lhe best an
swer .that can be given to such
assertions. Heretofore; when
Court hus been in session our
8treet8i have been . filled with
drunkenness a.id .witnesses
even (have testified in Court
when they .were too drunk to
tell the truth. We have not
seen a drunken , man during
this term of Court, and such
thing was. never known before
since McArthur, was a town,
For this change' the ladies ol
McArthur are entitled to all the
utcuu. . . . ,i . f i . , ,-ir ; il.
,Aa to, miscfllarveous atfes.by
the dcuggieta which are harped
upon by thia ;same class, there
is nothing rot jt, Mr. Sisson
says he .has made bo few .sales
and with such care that he can
tell., to whom each - sale was
made this month, and (or,, what
purpose. . Wolf, Pearcsj & Co.
keep, a public, .register of all
saluB ot liquor made by them
to. whom sold, quantity and the
purpose for. which it. was sold,
which register they are willing
to verify at, any, time, by an affi
davit if .necessary. ,It shows
that amextremely limited quau
tity.is ..dispensed at this eatab
lishment, and none as a bever
Now, as to the story ol jugs
having come by express to pri
vate individuals, which was
published in the city papers
On inquiry of the agent, we
learn that no liquors have come
to McArlhur by express since
the inauguration ot the tem
perance movement except that
received by Mr. O Keele. We
hope soon to chronicle the lact
that he will ship no more, for
lie is too much of a man to
stand long against the prayers
aud entreaties of the good la
dies of our town.
Tue regular monthly busi
ness meeting of the' Ladies'
Temperance League will' 'be
held at the residence of Mrs
Johnson, to-morrow, Friday
evening. As business of im-.
portance is to be transacted, a
lull meeting is requested.
Aaron Will has been rhn-
nned to hi room several das
by an attack of fever.
Has any body seen the man
tlut wrote Raynor's letter for
him? ,
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Lorenzo Leach anil Martha Irvin.
BIRTHS.
At McArthur Station, Ueccmher 23d.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Q. Timnis. a
daughter.
At McArthur Ftntion, February .
Mr. and Mrs. John Salts, a son.
At McArthur Station. March 7th. ta
Mr. and Mrs". V. S. England, a son.
In Clinton township. March 16th. to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hush, daughter.
DIED.
In Richland township. Thursday,
March 19th, of catarrh fever. Cora A.
(laughter of Charles and Laandcr
Brown.
At MoArthur Station. Saturday af
ternoon, March 21st, of lung fever,
Mrs. Susanna Mct'onnell, aged 77
years.
la Richland townshin. March 23.
Maria, daughter of Mr. aud M.
Edward rwepston.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $200
uoru Meal per bush 60
Corn , .50
Oats ' . an
Wheat ; 1.30al.4O
Beans 2.00(3-2 liO
Potatoes 75100
Dried Apples 1.60
Dried Peaches a.'sl
Timothy Seed per bush 4.00
Clover " 6.75
Onions '.... .75
Hay Vton 12.00a13.fi0
lining, country , .12)
enjrar cured .15
Smoked sides , .10
Shoulders 8.O10
Pickled Pork...'..; . 8.i0
gg .10
Butter 25
Cterse M , ,ao
Lard h
Tallow i .08
Chickens, live 154.25
Hocking salt per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." . 15a25
Vinegar, cider...... .40
White Fish..,, 9.00
Mackerel .10
Kio Coffee '.. .. .33(835
Tea....- ...... ..:.;.....;..1.60al.25
Coffee Sugar. 12
lenowu ".. . 11
New Orleans Molasses SOal.OO
Sorjrhum . " , 4050
Syrup 75a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb.'.... ...... .25
Tallow - -. .I5a20
Soap, country per lb.. 5a 0
reamers.:....-. ,j B5a75
Kaes 2W;
.'flS
Com, per bus.: ..v.W.i.'. .w ',T8
a
COEAPESTPLACE I TIIECOIXTY
AlwaysKeeps a FullLine of
Fresh Drugs, Pnints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stud's, aud Pure Liquors lor Ale.
dlclnul purnoiea.
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Ilalr
Oils, Pomade, Hair, Nail, Tooth. Fk-sh
and Clothes Brushes, C'emhs.
School Books, Llnnk Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates.
Fine Cut, Plug. I hewing ami Smok
ing Tobacco, Clgrtrs, Pi pes.
' ' '
Lanterns, LampSjChimneys, Shaded,
Coal Oil.
', 'A full line of Gold.Coral, Jet, Topaz,
'Amethyst, Agate, Gamett Sets, Brace
lets, Finger aud Ear flings, Necklaces
Sleeve Uutt jus,
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma
chines, ,. , 1
Mustcal Instruments, Tuning Forks
Violin aud Guitar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, aud an end
less variety ol Toys. , ,
, :' ' i '
1 am also agent or all the Maga
zlnes, Periodicals, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I furnish from three
days to a week In advance of those
furnished by mail.
All of the Above, and a
inousana Uther Arti
cles, to be had at
MAIN ST.. M'AnTIIlB, O.
CUEAPEST TLACE IX TIIE COUXTY
H O. JONES.
ATTORNGT AT LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT,
IlIcArtbiir, Vinton Ca, O.
- RiEALlEiTAiTE'
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GEEAT BARGAINS IN LAND9.
A EAEE CHAH0 TO BUt A HOME
'l'HE following Ihtids will b aold low on
X r aaonnble Urra aa to imvmenta :
IOAACRE1 ol fine timber land, near the
1ZUM40. R. K. The ImiU-r Kill more
ll.iin pn.v for the land it put up in the market,
Title perfect. For lull description call upon
or write to fl . C, .JuMEd.
JbA X71TflINmileof the M.AC.R.
iiju It B The hum contains SO acres
ii?Jlorty acres cleared. Fair improve
ineDta. a xoi'd coal hank open and
workiDR. 4J4 feet best coal. Fur sale cheap.
120 Acres In Harrison Township,
fOOD timber land, well wittered and near
(the railroad.
Title perlevt.
Will be sold low.
ISdec
fl.C. JONES.
HOCKY AIOLAT'IA S1LVEB SPKLCE
The most beautiful tree in America,
Bound Cactus,
. Mountain Sunflower,
Painter's Brush,
.... ; Pike's. Peak Columbire,
AMD OTHEB
Eocky Mountain Specialties,
For descriptive catalogue and price list ol
teed, address,
LANDIS & FOGAN,
Pas via. Coloiido.
Special Balm to Kurtrrymt mi Dtaltn, ,
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
meat market in
"hockey'a Bnil
hnir, opposite
the Yiuloncoun
') jail, and will
keep constantly
n hand all the
vanetiea and the
ei meat to be
lound in the
niarkt
I will sell at
i fair pnce, and
bv fair dealing
hope to merit
.4 he pnblie pat-'
v nnnge
uf A. i.. ainwwir.
tlx Bnt. , .
rwn
1 Lot.
ISJad
latt . i
400 BARRELS
Choice Winter Apples.'
; " 1
Assoited Varieties,
IIE1RY J. I1AILEY
FRUIT STORE.
Ho. II M,ain Street, Near Paint,
CIIILLICOTIIE, O: :
, awOrder. jvr.mptly fllrtd".
Udecl77
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1874 PROCLAMATION. 1874
THOMAS A.
TUB BRICK 82 ORE," ,
: E A - SMM7i
Will keep on hand throughout the present year a large and Well atMrteJi
stock of . . . . -
JEWELRY, J
NOTIONS, ; " , -' l
DEESS GOODS, '
mUNEETr
QUEENSWARE, ; 7; -
FINE GROCERIES, v. :
CLOTHHtG,!!
i And a thousand other J
Articles of Cornfort tJtility and Oraament,;?
which I will sell lower than can be obtained'
elsewhere in Vinton County. .. . ,
Ezamide my stock and prices before buying, n
TII0S. L MELLOR
.8
H
IP T0U WOULD CONSULT Y0UE
INTEEEST,-
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
r
125 PEE CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cash!
WE OFFER NOME BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
EVERY OXE WARRAXT'D 5 YEARS
A 100 organ for $140
" 200 " 150
44 220 " " 170
" 250 18.-,
400 piano " 300
BOO " 375
44 000 44 44 450
MlnUter, Churches and Sabbath
School, furnished at wholesale rate..
R. BARNES,
H
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H
M
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Xffl
Hih St., two doors wcat of Mar ket,
lRilecTS McARTHUR, O.
IELL0U
-AT-
. ; ' lid.:
M''
CD-
8:
CO.
THE
BEST STOVE
IN TriE-
WOBJL
FOR
Heating School) Houses,
Churches, Lodge Rooms,
Court Houses and
Public HallSj
13
JOHN GROSSUJS'PATENT
Ills cleinly, His economical; it l TieallK
lul. It keeps up a perfect circulation of ai r.
warming all parts ot the room alike.' U took
the flri-t premium over all rompetitnra at the
Vienna lux position. Circula -a and pamshlets
containing engravings and full partiriilars fur
mshed on application, or one ol the stoves
may be aeeo iu operation at my atore. You
are invited to call, and aee for yot'rselves.
J0HK KELLHOFER,
M, 9, Main St.,
Chillicothe, Ohio,
Bole agent for Vinton an.! Rosa counties, and
dealer in all the most appro veil Conking an4
Heating 8tovea, Uoyse Furnishing Goo-Is,
and manufacturer of all kinds nf Tin, Sheet
I vah an.1 ' n Mr... I . . .
..ww uu wipri nil.. uiutr. iruill in.
countrr for Hpoutisg, Cooling, etc., will ai-
Ildecl873
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWZLER AND SILVERSMITH
Oppobite the Emmitt House,
Shreckeita list's Old Stand,
CHILUC0THE, OHIO,
MA'S ACTCREB AND DEALER IS
Fine Gold Jewelry.
Agents for '
American and Foreign Watches.
Ilgtn Watche.
rj.s. w. .
Qxward
W.llham'
BpringtloU
a y.
Bwlsa
Knali.h
Gent.' Chtiaa
Mlllaoa
Oira
Ch.ttllD
Beth Tkomaa Gocka,
Wltenberg
jr.rry
OoM Setta
Diaikond "
Pearl "
Jet . . .
Garnet "
Necklace.
BraraU'a "'
Finn and Studl
Caff Ration. '
Tuiuibles
Hair Jewelry
Beetaclei
Bllver.Wara
P'sted Ware
Fine Cutlery
A anta for'
UA6IE & TODD'S GOLD PEN.
A FULL tfNE OF GOODS 8UITABLB FOR
HOLIDAY, . -.
BEIDAL it BIETHD AY PEESENT3
tioods made to orrieraml repairing done by
careful Workmen. No extra charge for en
graving good, bought at thia wUbliahmenk
jy.,73 - - - - : - - ..
HERE NOW!
I have just manui
factored and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
fuknitdreV
suited to this market;.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line;
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wil
attend funerals w'T."
hearse when desirc.v
PARIS HORTOIVV 1
Corner of High and Looust Street t
;. McARTHUR, O. t
Tmarisr. "
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE ;s hereby given that all ptraqnat
are forbidden to huntori-hoot on tf
premisea of the undersigned. All not h.nf
ing this notice wilt he prosecuted.
,WM. TRAIO, ..
GEO. HOFFHlNis,
A. H. TURVEY,
M.J.BALTd, ' '
R. B!,T8,
J.8ALT8. -;
. , . N. HOFFHlttES; ,
IJnovSm A. J. WORTM AN. J
Mantoooi How Loat, How Eestorerf7
Jart onrfiPker, a aaw ar.,.
bon or Dr. ClTfrwetf'iL
Celebrated Easav on i'
ndiaU mn without .im,i
cine) of Mraa.aToaanou, or H annual Waf-ol.l
nesa, Involuntary Seminal Losses, InpoTtnC't .
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimk.i
to Marriage, etn., also. Cnssuamoa, Erjl'"
st, and ttta, iidncedby aelMudalgeneeorei
usl extravagance. .'...
-rrice in a aeahd enve fope, only tcentrV
The celebrated autnpr in this admirable e
lay clearly df monstratea Iron thirty jeer-!
successful praolH-e, that the alarming eons. -qoeneea
of seli-aaa may be radical y our, L
without the daogeroua use of internal me.!i.
cine or the application of the knila; pninui.ir
out a mode of cure at one simple, certain and
eflectual, by means of which' every aoteear.
no matter what hia conditio, may ha, may,
cure himself cheaply, privately, antf, raiiwUavJ
l'his Lerlure should be in the handl of
every youth and every man ia the j
Sent, under seal, in plain envelope, to any
addj-esa, yorfsnM on receipt or aix uenta, orl
two post auinna.
AUo Dr. CulverwelTe "Marhag. Gmd,w
price Ml cents. '
Addreaath. pubhahara. 1 . e
CHAS. J.O KL1NK A CO.,
121 Bowery, New York, Post OSoa Bos, iWi

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