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THE VINTON RECORD.
Mo A K Til UK, OHIO,
THUK8DAY, MAY 7. 1874.
The Crops.
The following is a synopsis
of -the leading ," WorraaWo'n
furnisued Saturday by the Na
tional - Orop Reporter: 'fhe
unoiiial- backwirduesi cf the
seatonitaa delayed very much
all kihdl of spring work; and
the date ot last' (uil reports,
prepared April 15th, there had
been pracUoally no seeding
all in the State of Minnesota,
aad but little plowing in Wis
cousin. 'At the dfcte mention
ed, about forty per -cent, of
the estimated area had been
sown in wheat, and but little
more than -one-fourth ol the
oats. The average area iown
Ju wheat in Illinois, Iowa, Mis
toun and' Wisconsin was
eighty seven per cent, of the
estimated probable total. '
The prospects ot the .fruit
crop to date are of the' most
encouraging character, and the
reported damage by frost, ex
cepting in portions or Dfclaware
and Maryland, is incon
siderable. 'J he condition' ol
the roads at the date of reports
was: South -6f the forty -first
parallel, unilormly bad, owing
to the prevalence of wet
weather; while north of that
line the ground was generally
frozen, and the roads in line
condition. The prices of lead
ing articles the first hall of
April in the States of Illinois,
Indiana, Iowa, Kaiibas, Minne
sota, Missouri, Ohio and Wis
consin, show a slight advance
on corn, oats and hay, and a
decline on swine and potatoes,
Wheat remaining unchanged.
Ross County Register.
Death fo Jacob Wolfe.
of our venerable
citizens and pioneers has de
parted. Jocob Wolfe, Esq.
who bad resided in Chillicothe
almost since its loundin?, died
Thursday night, April 30th, at
about 7i o'clock, in the 80 ih
year of his age.
Mr. Wolle was born iu Cum
berland, Md., July 18th, , 1794,
and removed to Chillicothe in
1816, since which he had been
a continuous resident of the
place, living for filty-four yers
in the dwelling lately occu
pied by him on Main street.
As a man and as a citizen, he
vas above reproach. During
feu long residence in Chilli
eotbe, lie maintained unsullied
liia reputation as one of God's
noblest works: An Honest
A number of years since he
held for Long terms the offices
of City Surveyor and Street
Otnnii6eio4ier, and was one of
the most active of our citizens
in the cause ot education,
having been a School Director
iu the days when schools were
held from house to house, and
having served for rix years as
a member of the Board of Ed
ucation under the present
school system, ot which he
.was an earnest advocate aid
'One of the founders.
.For several ears past, Mr.
Wolfe'- eyesight failed bim,
.And soon after the death of his
'wife. Mis. Carolina Wolfe,
which occurred a Ir.Jle over a
year since, lie became almost
blind, an -.affliction which, to a
man of his active habits, .ww
the sorest of trials. A. great
lover of nature; passionately
iond of working, among his
Ireei and vines and shrubs, hi
loss of vision so affected him
that be was unwilling to take
auch exercise as might replace
that of which be was deprived,
and his sedentary lile thereaf
ter soon told upon his previous
robust health, and he failed
rapidly,' dying at' the hour
Above slated, meeting bis end
willing! ,;,.
Wherever Jacob Wolle was
known, hf name w yno
nym, fat integrity and moral
worth, and bis dsati la sincere
ly, mourned by a- mo." Ihin
usually large circle of relates
Bd friends.
.His" funeral took place last
Suadiy afternoon, at two
o'clock, from his late residence
on Main . street,' 'Chillicothe.
Svices by Rev. U. M. ifctlwu-
From the Hocking Sentinel.
at
Ons' day st week whilst
Mr. St. Ledger and1 ilanpaiy
were waking at tfe. lock at
Falls Mills, iheyNfo'urid, the
giten obstructed, and fished up
a sack, which, - upon being
opened, wnf ifounif to fountain
the body-of a nerw born babe.
The. ch IdiVas .enclosed in ; a
floyr sack., Its head as crush
ed, as though struck with some
hard iustrument, and covered
with blood. : . .
Tho sack, containing the
body, with several fire .brick,
boulders and stone, wa9 en
closed in a cotton coffee sack,
the ends of which were tight
ly sewed together. , .
A Loroners Inquest was im
mediately held and a verdict
rendered that the child had
been murdered by parties un
known. ''.' .'
Gkorgb Wiimeb, late icon.
testant for the office of Sttte
Treasurer, . says the contest
leaves him about $2,0) out of
rocket., ,. , ., , ,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice.
TB E purtnenhlp xiitinf beD A Wnir
1 Wm. Ilnijrn in farnnna o dock
riin hu bn rfiMoltcd Th uixtmlEnfd
i tloa nuiharii u-ii ih itork ami rln
up th' hiidiniwn of Mid linn A. WOLK.
iniyim, .i ...
Probate Notce.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE hrrrhy in th Z.oh.mh
lewnl. suplin 01 Chrlm If.. H.m
minni, hat tiled hi. nc ouui nrrrin tnr n.i'tnl
eill.mcni,nd that ihe m. in tt for ltr
"K on m a in at;oiHti, A. II. 18 i . 10
o'clock, A.M. H . B M TO,
May 7, 1874. .
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE i hih giro that Ptniitmin
Broun. K vuaiiluii m .nlm N nml kl.r
Ana Ht. ni num. Ii fi. d lin arcnuDl hrJ
10 lor partial aHiilrmcnt; an I that Ih iimr it
Ml for hoariDK on tb4 Mh day ol Kav H7t, at
10 o'clock, A. M. H B MAY..
rrooat. Judge.
Ma, T.lS 4 ,:
NEWFlini.
The iinderiiiad harlot! Toimeil co part
nhip under the Arm uaine of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call ihc attention of the publio to their full
aiovK or
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches, '
feslGuardund OperaChatne
Solid Silver and Plat edWare
iAzaraa and Klorrla' Iuiprored Specta
cles,
F1.E CUTLERY GOLD tSXS, AC,
And everything kept in . . ' .
riEST CLAS3 JEWELEY ST0EE.
Wedding nnge and hair Ji m?rj made to or
dr.
Kepa'rlng of watches, Blocks, and itwelrjr.
specially.
Nopharge for enxraving good bought si
their more. '
Kor correct tune tnke it from their chrono,
meter (he only one in the city.
Next Door to Warner . House, 66
Faint Street. Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. 'MoOOMHOiN,
.W. ft EVAN?.
Tmyls'i
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
n;
OTIE is herehv ai Ten ihataesled nrooo
snls Till on r eireit at Hie
AUDITOR'SOTFIOB,
M' ARTHUR,
Vinton County, Ohio,
Until
3 O'CLOCK, P. IvX.
-N- .
Tuesday, May 19, 1874.
lor the building: ol
OksCotkub B idsr with Htosb AipTMtirra
Apioss Mnldle Fork ol fsll i reek, in Hm
son townnhip, oiuh or Kairlinvh.ire- rnlhe
ro-wl leaning from HaU liHabura to KaMTille.
And also, .
Om CsrtraW Bridfi tcUi leiu A'-UnuoU.
Aero'ss l.iliU Raecoon Creek. inCilon t' wn
seip.nearthe re.irteme ol Alemnnrr Hender
son, on the road leadinr from HcAithur to
Hamdeib . ,
Plans and Specifications
Are on rile for inspei-tion st the Auditor'
Office - And Ihe County Commissioners' do
herehy inrite
Proposals On Any Other Plat.
Than those on file at ihe Auditor's office, at
the optiou of bidileo; but proposals on other
plans are required to be aeenmpanied with
pbins and spwinVationa,. settim lorth the
number of epans, the lenit'h of each, the n'
lure, quality and ene of the materialx to he
Used in the ereciimn ortheaame. the strength
of ihe etrrcture arlien i-oiniietel, Ihe sv
r.Me eoilnrthe rmae nn l auperiructirp anil,
als.i whether there is my paten nht on the
propored plan, anil, it en. on hat part, if KM
on the whole All proposal? nni!t he n.t'om
psnieiJ ith Imml, in lionUn the amouui of
such bl, with at learl two g"od aiirenes
1 ne Ck.mmiesioners, hnr, ruerfethe
night to refect a ir or all rmla.
By order cl tlieCominist ine-s. '. :
W. W. BE FORD,
Auditor ol Vinton Couniy. .
April 21, 171. . .
GREAT 3EDTJ0TI0N
In prxesfor theP'lng of 1874.
PEACH .TRIBES
' ' '. BPHCIALTT.,,. ( t,
Cherry.Apple and Pear Trees
QUIKCte, CURRANT, RAetpBEKBT AND
. . - GOOHIiBEBBT BUbalKS. ; '
itbubarb and Anparagiis Roots
GRAPE VINES, 1 snd f years old. all the
leading Tarietiea by the hundred or thousand
at low eel holeals rates.
. OHAbKi'KAM.fcby the hundred or thno,
sands Wjll be sold, ?ery lew by Ihe larae
quxntiliea. . ' .......
EOSESI EOSESI
A jarge oi Ine aaortirient on hand, aad
anlemliH BlAnk nl
Oreeahopje and Budding. Rants,"
For anle rery cheap.
ATHos la the time la beantify yonr homes
? i Tery spiat) coal. ! Wat. eKhLbAK.
)oerT Muaer, OuUHifftbe, y . Map
GO
1 ,
JOHN -m
ito. 9,.m:aiit street,
n vnn nri vi4 a iaiii .i as i:c '
nrnnn n nni't rnrinThTn omriim.
: . ' V.t si.'u.vr) ;
PRICES TO SUIT, THE TIMES. :
;;. DEALER IN ;. . : : ;
Stoves, Tinware, House
, ALSO, LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY OF
! '. 1 '. ' ' ' '
PtYilKISlIED, , JAPAXF.O and PRESSED WARE!
Special Attention to EooSn enl Spouting !
Remember the Place: No. 9 Main St.,
i i
: a--
CHILUCOTH o.
Stoves, Tinware, Glas3 f nd Queensware, Look
ing Glasses, and all kinds of House .
.Furnishing Goods.
RETAIL
CooKHeatiiiE
-
tit
u
J
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3
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTUUES
I
mwm
. , Ul every description '
Grate and Enameled From. Brass and Porcelain
Keltls?H, Wouden Ware ol all Hluds. Nanufactu er of
Tin, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from Onuntry deaiern.
ISrSPOUTTNO, ROOFING AND KEPAIEINQ DONE CHEAPLY.
ttirSpeoia Inducements offered to those who will buy a fud Outflj
for Hou8tKe p ng.
. r" ' '""P r Pr'"' "-f "nrehesirig elsiwhera.
TO
TT T TTATlTlTi
-AT . . .
I !
Mil
Furiushing Goods,&c,
DEALER LV
id Farlor StOTes
TO
m
.C'Ve-.
i,
n
it
a
Guardian's Sale.
TN purunnoeof law, , William U. Tastor,
x'lnruinu oi emeu r . uoien, minor,
ill sell on , ;
SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874,
the lands nnd tenements described as follows
lo wit: voimnenc-inK hi the n"rtneat corner
ol inn-linn No. i thence soi.tn to the line rli
Tiilinv Irnvlicns tin I enn 7. I hence west t
the x)ulh east" or.urof aeeitun imct ! lnd
soiiitowni. t horn i.jr L)inHn Atoler, lheni-e
uorvu x in. norm line ol irai'tmn o. 1,
thenee eal lo Ihe place of liemnninu. nnimn
in eighty-live (s6 acres, the Mime tTingainl
beinv.m sectioua fourteen (14) and Blieeo (16)
in Madiaon tnnnip, V.ntun eminiT, nhio.
and in ihe "Ohio Ooiiipaiiy'e Pun l'Si-e," als
six m -acretntt of the. north snleol Isnd.
owned hv I ymin Moler. lying in frai tion No
7 bounded and ncrild as lollowa, u win
vomiuenciDii at the north east corner of frae
linn No 7 ihein e west one nunded and hse
runs, theiee south so far aa to contain mii (bi
acre, Ihrmieea.l to Ihe tuwr.vlnp line I
tween Madn.on and Knox township, of aiil
cnuniy ol Vm on. Ihe ,c north to ihe place ol
it-ginuing, containing six (U) acreeae afore,
sain, ba ihessma more or leas, but subHs-t to
an ii'gei nignwHya.
I'o tie sold at public sale for not less than
two-lhirds ihe appniaed Value one ihiM in
hand, one-third in one and one third in lw..
sears from dy of sale; deterred payments to
bear mteieet, and be aeuired by oiortgsge on
K,rl ir n'lu.
bsle to t upon the oremi.ea. and suhieel
to Hie payment early of fifty dollars (f6") to
win, i, m nuiru, wiuow 01 joei noien, aecea-eo
i.pr4w . WIII.IAMi.. l:HliR.
to j he runjc.
HsTinr pnn'lialed tne wholesale grocery
and liquor sio.e of tt rq. Poland. I would re
speciiully -olicit a share ot the trade. Mock
wnlaUnjabe kept fnlf aid comiiiel-, inn
pn.es low as any in the marset. )eprc
lui'J. , 1 1 , J. r. D1ET&K,
A CARD.
T HAVE sold to Mr. J. P. Xieller bit atoek
X"f goods and leased) him n,r etore. where
he will cOL'tmue tne same MiKiness n which 1
was engage. 1 Would solicit for him a on
tinusnce of the lll.eral patronage of sir oln
cuaioiners. In aerering a business relation of
twenty rnuJenr, I UKe this opport uoiit ol
rturoing to my old atron and thepiihlic
generally rhy sincere thsnka for their genera
ou-support and coufidsuce.
uspr i. POLAND.
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby girea ihsta peOlion will
be presented to theConihtieaionera ol Yv
ton LkUitly, Ohio, at i heir next aeseion lo le
held on Ihe first Monday of June, A. H. 14.
praying for thelouatioo ofaCoiioty roadaloNg
the tolloatng described mute, to wit: Begin
ning a.t Ihe north end of Oni-lot Alley in the
towaef McAnliur Vintn. County, Ohio. and
Which anid point is on Ihe quarter section line
ol reel ion tWenlt .one,(2l) township lefeo,(l l
range ae enieen. (17) and eeren and Ally hun
drethe (7 6C) china wi ct Ike eael section
line ol saiu section, and running thence east
on said quarter aectioo linw acroae section
twenty -oue (xl) and Mellon twenly-twu
to a pota.wt nr near a small rarineiaod ears,
mg in a touih-easteily direction along the
bank, and agam mrring thenca in a north
easterly i ireciion hack lo aatd quartet section
linmaod coutinulng on said hoe to toe center
of the coiikly road, at or near the center of
aection twetitytwo, S-J) tnwn'hip eieren,(Uj.
rang aeremrra, (t7) as ah resald.wnd there
to end. MAM PEiii'lOfiliKH. .
' AprUW.irt. tw
Road Notice.
VTOTICE is herehy giren thst a petition will
ii be presehlcu to ihe Cnmmisriouera of
Vinli n i nuiit, Ohio, st iheir next session, lo
be held on Ihe lirt Monds ol lune, A. h.
174 praying lor Ihe alleianon of the roomy
road leaoing imm Me Hliur lo Zlski, Ohio;
at Henry Hirold'a Hill, in I'll! ! wnship,
Vipioii c i m l), Ohio, raiti slleinlion to be as
follows; begl'iiim in ssid coouiy rosd at a
point in front ol laaao Miry'e dwelling hou",
IheiKe running a noitliieHsU'rlT direction
ars ut parallel with the M. rietia t'ini'innati
Knilroad.uiililraid line inteihectsine old road
. bed in Ihe luiida ol leescr hn; 'hence in a nor
Iheil) dim In n 10 lh .ouih-esst corner ol the
land of H!ueu lripp,lhei.'einanorth cast,
erly direction lo a point near ihe ci uternf ihe
north-east quarter of li e norlh-e-t quarier
oi reciion mirteen, (is) town-nip eieren. (it)
range s renteen, (17) theme in a northerly
direction on ih nearest and host route to in.
teli-ei t Ihe mid Male toad, lesdnn Iron, tic-
Arthur to Zaieski.t hio, at a point sbout eight
rode west 01 Ihe liru-ein winch John berrold
now resides, end Ihere lo end, and lor ihe Ta
canon of that pait ofssid county road, now
leading Iroin Vinion biation to said Mate
road lying between Ihe point where said al
teration begins ami the asid btate rva4 from
DicAilhur lo Zxlei-ki.Oli o.
liOLlfcM I HIPP, Petitioner.
Ai ril S3, Ik14. Aw
B. T. BABBITT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,
Of double ihe ttreagih of any other
SAFO.MFY1AG SIDVTASI E.
I hare recemlr rerfeeted a new method of
packing my Puieeh or Me. and am now pack
ing it only in ball. Ihe coating o hi:b will
eaiHinilt, sud does not inline ihe soap. It ie
t'iM'ked in buxea contaiamg X4 and 4a una lb
nil-, aud in no other aa). Inrei-tioua B
e.ngliah anil Parmao for making barii and
aoit soap with lllis P'-lshi-.-omi,n eaoj
liacaag- . T. B ABBITT,
64 ta 81 Waaklastea Ht4 N. V .
' SJnpiisK .
Cottage Color Paints,
1.00 te I JiO per Uallea.
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
! 1 : i. .
400X0 1011., - Due per g..
UQUID BLA.TE EOOP PA1U T, .
Ktax Paoot ------ t U pet gal
PATENT PETROLEUM LINttEEH Oil,,
Works In all faint as Boiled Linseed. odIj
' (Hi. per gal, , . ....
MACHINERY OILS,
E O KELLETH PATENT 8PERJJ OIL jl JO
ENGINE OIL, ....... . 76
FILTKRE.it Rocg LUBRICATING OIL, 0
!end for cards of colors and circular.
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,
- Sole Ageut, .
i 11 MA1DLN LANE, 5EW TuBK.
S3apTl74 -
TEA.
AGI.N'J.S WANTED.
1 EA AHEST wanted in town and eountry to
sell TEA, or get up clob order, for Ihe lar
g eel Tea Company in America. Importers'
pneeaaod iuduceinauta to sgeals. eend for
cin ulsr. Addresa, HoBLKI WELLS, ii
Veseyst.. H.f p. O Box IS7
JastarWiaa Cairn, heoiy Ward Beecher,
Editor. ot Oct Hon, laet. aays; Pamea wieh
lug lo get up clubs, ana ail who ,-n o.t or
der for lea, should write huu kaja cin-ular."
TIM htm for H'esAgIVi6-ws.oiTe.a.l,Hys:
"All tiraugea'. abvutu write Bobl. Uti tor
cn-ui -r "
76s,nreept..,aj "Robt. Wells is
thorougtily reliable." S3apr
Notice.
V'OTiCE Is hereby giren that application
i.1 will b made U. tha nosaraor or tihia hr
th pardon ol 4hn llemlrick who was con
Ticld ta the Comm.-ti Pleas Court af V
eouuty lhio, on the fcih day ot Hay, l7, of
ma crime oi grami iHn-Mi) , so l senleiicwl lo
aernt in llieleniierrtenuSry for tha term of
two year. BAM AM tl A UMhiCKH
t3aprlR7 tn '
I ""n ''
BUT J. & P. COATS' BLACK
TEREAD for your MACHINE.
WILD Uh
s UK
FAB WtKT.
AOKNTM WAKTKDfmrvbfi for this
now un I tu. i . l l . . 1 1 .11.... i... I It ... .u.
uiihor't Ihirif yea V lire unit adventure
n'tiunw mi iD'iinri, in in ije:n-n w MrN,
ttratimg, and selling fH.icr lhn unrthinx r
vrft- nuuwn cruw lur Hiupintieti rirriimr
nn.i iriri lerm. v.t. nutchintoa Co-
Cinciiiaall, O..
, EXTFRlIIVATOn
d IiiHect Powder
For Eats. Mine, Eoaos. Ants Bed
. Bngs, Moths. 4c' 1
J. F. IIEMIV, IE PAN 6c CO., N, Tn
Pole Agents.
OPIUM
Ratera cured per msnently.
"heap, enick. witnont auf-
rintt. The only true an-
moie , n. . arm"irong,
M. I)., Berrien, Michigan
FITSEPILEPSY
p mil iel j cured. The worst rases of longest
slandinit, bv using lR HKHBATh'B ( l'H2.
A bottle ent Tree to all addreeaing J. K. li
in, lltaih Ate., N Y.
Notice. NOTICE
U, S. INTERNAL REVENUE
SPECIAL TAXES,
May I, 1874 to April 30, 1875
The LAWol PpcetnharxUIWreqiiires eery
person eiigsied In any lniine, aroeattnn,
orempioymeot whirh ren-'r him liable In a
rW'KCI L. TAX. TO PKOI'l'RR AND
I'LACK COKHPK'VOI'NI.Y IN II IH
:ntahmmujik.t ok ii,At E or
litM.M.H a UMI' rinnling the pay
pient of SHld HPKCIII. TAX lor ilia Hdk-ihI
Tax year lieginning Mat 1. 1874, before com
menu tog r continuing bumes slier Aprlao,
U74.
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITHIH
, THE FEOVI3I0N3 OF THE
. LAW ABOVE QUOTED AEE 1
THE FOLLOW INQ.VIZ.i ..
Rectifier rjno Oft
! Dealers, lelnll liquor 25 00
Dealor.'i, wholesale liquor
100 00
50 00
20 00
25 00
500 00
Dealers In malt liquora.whole
nle .' . . . . . . '
Dealers in malt liquor, retail.-
DealiT In leitf tobacco
Uetail dealers In leaf to'iaccn.
And on ealeg ut over $1,001,
fifty cents for every dollar
In excess off 1,000.
Dealers In manufactured to
butCo ......
Manufacturers of stills. . . .....
And for each still manufac
tured; .. ! : ., .
And lor each worm manu
factured Manufacturers of tobacco, ,, . ,
Manufacturer of clears
I'cddleis ol tobacco, first-class
morn than two horses
Pediller of tnbiii'co, second
elrtsa ttt'o liorseif ., .
Petldlerit of tobacco, tlilt d class
fone borxej
PerMli'in of tobacco, fourth
clits (on faot or nubile con
veyance . . .'
Brewers of less than 600 bar
rels Brewers ol 500 barrels or more.
5 00
60,;00
20 00
20 00
10 00
10 00
CO 00
25 00
15 00
10 00
60 00
100 CO
Any person, so liahle, m hn ahull Iki I to com.
ply with the foregoing requirements will be
siitijecl to eere penalties
Persons m Hrm in Vin'on county linMeto
pny any of the Hpecml "iixe minted ab've
niUHl apply In h. O. Miller, lieputy Collector
nf Intrriisl Newnue, st -Iscksi-n tf. II., Hiio,
and h lor nnd procure the 8;eciii Tux 'tump
or Hiaiupa thev need, prior P. My 1. Ib74.and
WITUOUT r I'll I'll KR llTlt:K.
J. W. DOUGLASS
..ir
Commluimtr of Internal Smww'
Officb of Intkrnai, Kkvi-mjr, '
Washington, D, Q Febry 16, 1874
aprl874 lw
Da'Sy IV.eat Market
I HAVE open
ed a duly
ment market in
Davis' Rnilding.
tesrly opposite
titeVinlnn Conn
.yNsttonsI Hsnk
md will keep
-onrtnntly on
nnd all the Ta
rietiea and the
11-1 meat to he
toitnd in the
mark1 '
I will sell at
fair prices; and
l' fair dealing
hnpe to merit"
the public pst
innwae I '(.
A. L. BROWJI.
16-fan 1174
GREAT RAI.GAIIV.
576 ACEEsfoF LAND
. -IN - .
Putnam County, West Va,
WITHIN MILES OP EAILE 3 AD
3111ci From Sfnle Capital
County Boad Sons Ihrontrh Trace
. fine parminu land .with
PLENTY OF IWN hi.
TT ELt, watered. About US acre leered.
Good frame hous an"1 out buildings
Timiier-popwr, walnut, oak,. ah, hickory
and locust.
: Title Perfect.
' The entire tract or one-balf will be sold
VEFtri.ov.
itrmofair. Call eooo. -prls74
H. C JONfcS.
ViCK
PLORAL GUIDE
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' For '874. '
tonpAGFP; fn IM.KAVtNrp. sndfOI,
0REI PLATE Fublished quarterly st St
eentsayear. First nnmher lr 174 ust ir
ue-i.. A Germsn edition st ssme price.
. Andrews JAMrr. VlOK, HAi-beeier. N.T.'
A LECTURE
4I3tA
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jut pobll.hed, la a Staled Inveleno. Price sl
sents. A Lectors on lb Nalnra, Treatment
aa I Badlcal Core of 8pnaatirboaa, r . Beada
al Wraanesa, Insolnuianr Xmlaaiuns. Bexnal
Debility, ai.4 Imllmenta to Harriaga, gnw
I'y : Netvoiisnees. Consunmtlon. Euilaiaiv aad
Fits; JlenUl and Phytleal Ineaparlty, teillir.g
from seltabnae, c UyROB. J: C'ULVaB
WKLL, M. D., Ae boruftbe-Klreea Douk " Aa
Tb worlri.relmwuad anlhue. ! 'kMHlmiMLi.
Lecrure, slnrly pruTr from telwi sxperlaoiw
that the awful oonseqnenoe ofsslfslue aiay
I effeetHally rrmvrsd wiiliout niedicln. and
without danienaia surgical opnialka. bongiaa,
instremenu, ring, or cordial, pointing oat a
Bute of cur at one certain, ellestnal, bjr whlck
aiery sufltrer, ao mat r what bl oiudltioa
nay na. mat sore nmseir rtisantr. and nnratels.
and radically. Tula Lecinre wlnprpt. a buvale
tbonsauils and IhotieeiKlB. '
Sent, nndsr asal, to ant addnaa la a blaia sealed
envelop, on rseit ol six cents, nr ! poeiasa
stsmps. Al-o.' W. 8Hl.bc.' BKMEDV lull
PI LK. rend for circular. , . , ,
' Aearewtk psMUIra, - I J'f, i i .i,
,1 UHMl. J. C. KMM A CO.,
lfT Bewerr. Vn Terk, fM OMm an 4.AM.
Scritmer's , Monthly,
TUB SCJiJtEB CAMPAIGN BEOVSf
Another Great Literary Sensation,
Tha Modern Robin: onCrusoe
With 150 Beautiful Illustrations.
Messrs Hcribner k Co., hsre secured for
senM publication In HCItKIN f kli MOJtTU.
LT, M.Jules Veme't laesrtorja ..t '
'THE MVSTERICOS ISLAND'
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in which, not content with the old stories of
Hohiuanu Crusoe" snd the "Swiwi Family
Knbinaon," the writer nnderlakea it show
how a parly ol men cast upon a mysterious
snd deseri island may live bs 'her sctenlihe
rewurvea alone, without the aid of any wreck
to draw upop lor the malarial of (if and
eemfort.
The party r American who set out from
Richmond.' Va.,ouricg thesiege.tr abslloon.
M Jules Verne unites wi n au accursie sciea
lino knowleoge, an exuberance ol isTanltr
genius that has ., ,,
. . FASCINATED TDE WORLD. '
The theme of the preaeni lory aFord Ihe
uthor the floest opporiunily for the display
of hi peculiar gills. Th slory will be pro
fusely illustrated, aid i begun in tha April
number.
For sal hr all News Waters nr Booksel'
r Price ti ih) a year, S oenta a number.
8CRIHNe.HCa,t64, Broadway, N. T.
Snmarls74 . ,
HERE NOW!
I have just; manii-
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
kinds of
FDBNI1 UHE,
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. Wi
attend funerals w'7
hearse when desire
IMKI II(lRTO,,
Corner of High and Locust Street.
McARTHUR.O.
7marl87.
Fresh for the Spring Trade
AT
WOLF, PEAEOE & CO.'S
B01IED Ai D KAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED LEAD,
JItAI,M,J OLOKS,
TURPENTINE
Tin.VlSsiTS,
Color Ground In OH,
Paint and Varnish IfruNhes,
JUST EECEIVED.
Also full line ol .
iPLRE FHESII DULGS & tllEMI-CALS
Djc MuiTs, '
, Stationery,
Notions, Etc.
Everything at the very Lvicest Prt'-
cei. ' . : :,
W0LF.PEAECE&C0,
Molar' IS74 ' '"i ' ' '
INGHAM BIO'S
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HtND A
FULL SUPPLY
OPALL8IZK9 Or ' '
WRAPPING & MANILLA
papbes:
. Paper Bags, all Sizes.
CARPET
PAPER
BUILDING
ROOFING TAPEE!
: NEWS PAPER
A)l ordinar aixea comlaDtlr on
band; ODD blZES iuad to order oo
abort notice!' "
CAP, LETTER and liOTB ' ;
. . ' "' ..' t .. i. ,t , ih
PAPER and ENVELOPES
' : A Full Supply. ,
Cash For Rags.
Addreie, '
Jul
f.iij
50HAlIftBB0S:'rj
? 1 ' riiTitHoi, uliuio
1m,
vauuwyi.f Viiiv.
I
, ITEWjSPEDIO STOCKhi
OF
MILLINERY
AND
LADIES' PM0Y GOODS,,:
' 1 Mew St jlea of " -
H ATS.130 N N ETS.RI 6B0IS
IN ALL' NEW H
Jute Dralda,. ' 'S.iUt'.l i'A
Cmbrolderlea, .
Edglur,: ' i V: .)
Trlmmlngf, , .. .,,
Lace a, ,:,'';
MQlOTtl,
v '.vtm;i
, , FcyGooIa
'. .... i ,.i 1 1
Jewelry,
s s - 'j X iiJL 1 U SA
Also a large auortmentjof . '
Genttimen'M Atckllf,
Bleaching, PressiDr. Bemodeior,
and all. (kinds of lHUIbery i'h
Work done to Order on
I ! thirt Kotice, , . ,
Give ua caU.: We Sritt aal'.Tower
than erer. . , , .... . ' ,....
;;- J.v ACtA. D0NK1..I., ?i "?
Main it MoArthu :0. ':-"
U. A.
UlfctilNS.-j.
HUH. MX t
. IIIGGsKSfc UEL1LE Kr
MANUFACTURERS UF AND DEA Ri IK I
ITALIAN -AMEinaVUlRBLE,
Scotch Granite 1 -
And all Kinds of Monument! and
Tombstones, . . k i. '
McARTHUR, OHIO.
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SaprK74 J "i.1 - .5.
i SPRING AND SUMMER '
PRANK IIELLHAIf.AfeBiY '
At hi ae place of husioe.,
CORY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOI
. ' HOUSE. . . . '
CHILLICOTHE, 6. '
HAS THE
if
-or-.
Spring and. Summer Clothing .
IVER br.imhtto this msrket, rmbrsoinf
nll ih lati-st snd most taahionahla styles,
rut in accar-latice with the latest ts.hioos. -f I
When jdii want a uol.hy intitou't (all to call '
od Kraut. Us also CU lo aad
Wakes Oarmksts: : to
Ordih
i i -. ,
tod has ft full 1m ef ' i
Cents' Underwear
IIAT-S AID CAPS, &CVV
ll rlnihlnir marked down to the LOW.
EST FICiUKlA. Oivinaa.ll and twill ,
warrant tatislautiun ' '
atr FRANK HELI.MAN.
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, dir'ot la cosntwiri.Tal OanvNiwatLt; r
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTOKT
OF 'I H K ,
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
My 4. rvrmui, emtnr Western Rural, (tMrtira.
Complete and relishle. Wnlln wp t oaaara,
1871 II .-riviaal norirails; lisi uther (!
lns. Thi" great work Is law (h Hc m4
$el (so b) IhonMandi r or terms, tsmtnrr, et.l.,
aW.,n.a I-;. rlAMAF"hlJ A CO., Publisher,
177 W. .Hint, Cincinnati. ,
OA VTlON.-lnftrwr works, mr eeiajriJeXsas,
arel-eing iiihed . . I'O.noi te itn'nd on.
Mr. Pernam' work Is lall, rAariaMrs, and
endorsed by the great leader. Kama aUmr .
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Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County Ohio.
NOTICE is lisnly Urn thst i. H. If.
Houston aa a mmiisirstor nf harah A.
Ptirnsh. drensed, lis fll.d hsism hiaaa.' -i-oitnlswilh
ir! esli-le fur final setlletmot,; V
and I hit Ihe ssm la set for hearing on Ih
Siiih day il Msn-h, inaisnt, st II o'nlock, A.M.
H B. MAYu, Pr-tbai Judfs.
Man h, 1874. . . v
SCRIBNER FOR 1874.
T nneisntiilfit fatnr i-orileol to thia'" '
Mans ine h lh- nblin, enal.l- s us fit enter ' 1
upon ihs eomint: yer rilh the means of ma.' " '
kind It more at trav litre and ralusHe than er. 1 '
er betore lo Hs large and tnores.inf -tumh r
of raders on tiolh sides of Ih Atlsutlo. The ' '
aerial tory of the yer,
KATHARINE EARLE, ,
by Miss Trafton, ts a i-harmlng Inr .lory "
a Kifu-d artier, whinu I dvs'liied. to Mlua)
pn.ii,aritv. ' '
There will be brilllsnl aoleltea and tha
bl short slnnea, by fisxe Hoim, Bret
Hsns, and other deiighifbl smry-tellera.
A aenes nfsrikin and union reema.with
illustrations, "OLD II JUS HVHIC"
b Hrni. F. IsjN r si.oan oi M, brilliant
rum ril uiloni to the Wv-irn Presa will sins
to dssvaiu i ho maiis of ihePninoin Wheal,
Hie Flail, 'I he btaneHloacfh 1 he MUi, no.
Portrait anif biotrai fieal skelrhe of
Anterkan anihir. uapen.eo liairy tariflb
and i-iock rst.iDg in turo, e. onbo-senold
deoratin and lurmture, ba.tde. moas Ihsa -
any nnrr uiuairalert articlrt ar ao lo
lo r -
parauon. . .
' jTBE 8PLEHD1 V aRRIBSTT T?1 Cf
1
the irosi important nd teriti tf
ixuxip.a-i pnpt.r rw enueni.aen6Tai
msnasine will be continued through the year.
In lb I ereuber uuniber w toan lrie tha
l-aaera on Lnuistsn. The next in order will .
be lb Lone btar fute; 'Ihe Mountain; KV-'
inns nt the Mouth; The Iron Regions of Mis
ouri, An TUeve, ithtiia auT
editonsl diK-ussioi. ot literatara, acttAoar
and an, sketches ol trarel, oerasionsl poema
and eti-hmis, will maa np a maasaia af
Chnaliaa Literature deaigned to b
THE BEST IN THJ WORLD '
The Deeeaibernnmner (now ready) hss ta
able art oa he. Ketrun-Ua ofSberaairr
fymnt, b lr Alwaler, poen by breta
Harte, Ma I'onald and oikara. Tha
Harte, Mai I'onald and olaera. Tha eon.inn
ation of ihe two serial stories, shorter stonse
Plemlid iilustrailoo of hew Orleans, tha ,
fan. ofai. etiea:ets. "Ti.I
Kditoriata by a la r e and able
ter. Ionics of Ihe Time bt lr holi.n
wna-n aa rwiniea to -aorre Rrliflo. ft
F-r"i lannnaoie tlCDIDg, o a,
enbrtainroi nunibar.
Aa
The Honda So: of AT. xirnar ia
atiraplendid New llluair.i.a u.....i.TT3
.... . ,Y'. ,ur " "Ter lasaen, win b
"", U ' 'Ubsirileta of Beribaer'a
j-.,it , Aira us 'ivoTrmbt d
i'swiiier number tif f (. hifxka. seal fraa -
St i T ' D'" 'r aoiji anaeaaine
The July Bumhur (eriUtrr' Monthly eoa.T
ti Din frrv-im'i-rdileiurv ante a of Th Ureal j
feonih sane rent Us aMbarriaH ta SVrlhaar- ,
-eVrihner'.; aihl.i, t lliba'J
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