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THE VINTON RECORD.
uoAitmuii, omo.
THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1874.
RAILROAD.
The work on the railroad be
low Vinton Furnace is being
pushed forward rapidly and bat
reached a point from a halt to
a quarter of a mile of "the
Baird house." Last week
there were 53 men and 20
teams at work, and an addi
tional force was to arrive on
Monday from Qallipolis. The
men were paid ofl last week,
and everything is in good
shape, the most difficult por
tion ot the road being fin
ished. From the point now
reached the work is compara
tively light unless the work
men should strike rock in the
summit at Baird's which does
A not appear probable from the
-indication, and a few weeks
. will materially increase the
number of miles of road finish
ed. ' That portion of the railroad
from Vinton Station to Oalh
polls is a fixed fact it will be
finished beyond a doubt. From
Vinton to Logan it remains in
tlatuo quo, and will remain so
until the people along the road
furnish the funds to, complete
the work. Nor is the time for
them to move, and especially
the people of pur own town and
county. Logan has commenc
ed to wake op, and wanta the
road finished to that point; Oir
cleville, Columbus and Dayton
are moving for a railroad down
into this1 country. Are we
moving to encourage any ol
these projects! No; beyond ar
gumeots and disputations with
the narrow gauge people, who
are at work, and have some
heavy capitalists interested,
Vinton county is asleep on the
railroad question. Il behooves
us to wake up. By putting
forth an efiort and completing
the work on our road we can
place ourselves closer to these
4 parties who are seeking the
. best coal and iron fields than
"any other point By remain
ing quiet "we lose this advan
tage, and repel their advances
Can we afford to do (his! While
McArthur and vicinity can not
be excelled for coal and iron, it
will pay us to remember that
we havt no monopoly of those
articles in this section, and a
road ean reach millions of tons
of each without comiug near
up. This is a critical time in
our history. There Is danger
that all of these roads may fai
altogether or be diverted
through our own stupidity or
sloth. Instead of waiting for
Circleville, Columbus or Day
ton to build a road io us we
should be striving to build a
road to them. Capital, like
Providence, helps those who
help themselves.
Many of cur citiiens are be
ginning to aee the matter in
thisjligbt, but thus far it has
only resulted io talk. If some
of our citizens would only stir
op enough energy to make a
thorough canvass for stock sub
scriptions our portion of the
railroad could be completed,
and one and all of the now pro
jected outside connections se
cured. No organized effort to
procure stock has yet been
made in the county, and now is
the time for action.
Tas Portsmouth Tribune
publishes the extract from the
Jackson Standard which we
published last week, and adds:
We may be in error, but we
have an idea that when the
RxcoftD publiabed the com
rounication alluded to, the
Standard commented upon it
in a very different tone."
The Standard Is in the habit
of commenting "in a very dif
ferent tone on Cemand or
when it meets tnjobstacla, vide
Clark vs. Mackley.
Tbi Hocking Sentinel re
ports the discovery of silver on
Queer Creek, on the farm of a
Mr. Moody. Dr. Moody, a son
of the above took some of the
ore, to Zaneavilie to test it, and
writes to lb Sentinel - that it
haa proven to be pore silver.
BRO. RAPER, of the McArthur Record,
would like to have a quarrel with
us. It won't do, Bro. Raper. You
are too small a pattern for that. Your
best hold is to go on advertising (and
drinking) Bothwell's wine.—Jackson
Standard.
You don't crawfish that way,
Mr. Macklej. If there it any
quirrel ea hand it is of your own
instigation. It don't nuke any
difference about the pattern,
horn about the lacte? Didn't
jau tat your own words at the
demand of the man job had
maliciously abused Hon. M. L.
Clark? Don't you hate him so
now that you abuse everything
in the Scioto Valley, simply be
cause Clark lives there and you
dire not abuse him? When we
sre coerced into acknowledging
that we have maliciously lied
about and abased a man, we mty
feel nearly as small as jou ap
pear.
You are a fins pattsrn to talk
about small thing, 'aint you?
uidu't lion. John T. Wilson hold
you up to the world as a black
mailer, and didn't you beg hint
not to produce the evidence?
Haven't we got your private let
ter in our possession to prove
that in a publio matter you was
afraid to set independently, snd
didn't you refuse to. publish it
when we offered yon $2 per
square for the , accommodation?
Haven't you, for the las. seven
years or longer, preached tota
abstinence and death and damna
tion to any one who looked on
whisky, wine, beer or tobacco,
and at the same time advertised
Binnioger's gin and Speer't
wine, taking those "poisons'
as yoi call them when you do:,
advertise them for pay? And
wan't they all consumed in your
office? At least you never paid
special Ux as ' a retail liquor
dealer. . Or to come down to
later facts, which you do seem
anxious to discuss, but which for
Urand Jury reasons we ought to
remain silent upon: Haven't
you insinuated in your paper
that Judge Du Had way was brib
ed or coerced to do the bidding
of the whisky ring by their pow
er at the polls? And instead of
doing it openly and manly bar
en't you done it in such a mean.
low, sneaking, contemptible way
that he or bis friends ean not no
tice it? . Answer these and we 'II
ask you some conundrums that
are hard.
Your plea that anything is too
small to notice is old, and is
your last dodge. Your next mo
tive is to atop exchanging as you
did with the Boss County Regis
ter when that paper ran you in
to your hole. And that would
bo sad!
Quits a d a ruber ot practical
iron men as well as men who
have been engaged in buying
and selling mineral lands have
lately visited and examined the
mineral just north of McArthur
and expressed .themselves sur
prised at the extent and rich
ness of our coal and iron de
posits. Among those here late
ly were Mr. Davis, of Jackson,
a practical iron manufacturer
We understand he says he
knows of no richer deposits in
the whole mineral belt. ' Dr
Bell, of Troy, who baa operated
largely in the Hocking Valley,
waa here last week. Ue said
frankly that there , was more
mineral wealth here than any
point in the Hacking Valley or
elsewhere that he had exam
ined.
In another place we speak ol
a-beie the O. McA. & C. R. R
runa through fire clay, iron ore,
and coal in one small cut. Be
low that on Mr. Damarin'a
land, we believe, are extensive
ore banks and coal veins and
from the appearance of the vein
where it is opened, where the
railroad skirts along the oppo
site hill, the cut will leave a
five foot vein of coal exposed
lor probably a mile. Below
that near Hartley's Mills, a sev
en feet vein will be exposed in
the same manner for probably
half a mile. These are points
where the readjust happens to
make these exposures. Every
foot ol the line in Vinton coun
ty runs by similar veins of coal
and iron. There is not a road
a the country that runs
through a richer mineral sec-,
.
tion, if as rich. Will our peo
ple hasten its development?
A Card.
The Ladies' Temperance
League ol McArthur, will con
fer a tavor upon the under
signed if they will come for
ward lorthwith and pay for the
liquors they bought of me on
the lOih day of February lacl.
I have not yet received one
cent of them, for liquors. As
religious people, they should
fulfil the have
J. SHOCKEY.
In reply the above from Mr.
J. J. Sbockey in last week's
Enquirer, the ladies of the
League answer, that tbey did
not buy his or any other liq
uors, a fact well known in this
community; that he bus, rr
should have in his possession a
check lor one hundred and for
ty-one dollars, the amount for
which his and Mr. John Jonea'
stock sold in the city, and fur
ther that Mr. Rhockey could
have had his money long since,
had he been willing to settle
upon the terms of the settle
ment made with Mr. Jones, a
basin agreed upon at the time
the agreement waa made lor
the disposal ol the above stock
LEAGUE.
A Liberal Offer.
From the Scioto Valley Post.
The Vinton Record has been
indicted for libel 1 in ' publishing
sn anonymous communication,
Stating that Judge Du" Uadway
had received a present from
some one in Haraden,' and inain
nating that it was a ease of brib
This thing of suits against
newspapers is very, foolish. It
is becoming a nuisance. , Keep a
stiff upper lip, Rsper; and, if
necessary, check on us for half
that $20,000 (it won't do any
harm to cheol). We are determ
ined to maintain the independ
ence of the great bulwark of
American liberty.
John S. Blackburn, wlio
murdered bis niece in Ross coun
ty, has scoped from the Athens
Lunatio Asylum, where lie was
committed by the last term of
the Common Pleas Court at
Caillicothe.
, Tns leading business men of
Portsmouth have organised them
selves into a Law and Order
League, the special object of the
organisation being to enforce the
liquor law. ,
Tbi 15th' annual convention
of the Ohio State Sabbath School
Union will be held at Tiffin, O.,
June 8d, 8th and 5th.
TflB Ohio . Democratic State
Convention will be held July 29
at Columbus.
Thi Obio Republican State
Convention will be held on the
10th of September next.
Wm. Baugbmas, of Zileski
Started to the WesMhis week,
on a tour for the benefit of his
health. '
FoBTT-riVB hands were die
charged this week from the em
ploy of the M. k C. R. B., at
Chillicothe, and time reduced on
those who remained. We nn
derstand a reduction waa made
in the force and time at Zaleski,
also.
HEV ADVERTISEMENTS
Loot.
A POCKET BOOK containing ibont tendol
iYlart la money, aad four Bote la my hvor
from Jamea Daft)). Isaac Duakle, Joeeph
Ogsn and nerauel Uflga, respectively, tha
sat io of endorsement irons Jam, uengn
and laaao Ihmkle. Any Parana returning it
to an or leaving tl at thia ofBca "ill ba re.
warded for hia trouble, all persona ara haie
by waned aet to purchase .aid notes, aa they
n; pnipen;. ai i.vuiuo.
Notice of Appointment.
Batata of Kemp Faulkner, deceased
ri8K undersigned ha bees appointed and
J. qualified aa admioiatralor of the elate of
hemp raulka.r, late of Vmioa eouaiy.de-
latodiBitSMadaofMay.lTl. -w
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Two Amenoan Magazines.
The aiceltenee of Amerieaa Magaiinea haa
beoome to well reoogniaed' abroad, that one
of the leadtnjt English paprra, the London
Weekly Register, in a ree.ot laaue, tbua
peaka of Boribner'a Monthly:
"Wt ar. emalrmi-i (imlU KBtBXEirS
Mi'MTHLT rrim oaariaiaeaiaMaU MraUI
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Imaaff eriffaal tttitttt, w tUf do ml waiak
tt cmm M, for mek .ad all ar. txooVmi."
Hot only ia It true that Hcriborr'a Monthly
eicrla the Engli.h Magonnea, bul it ia Tit
Seat of On Amoriom mtmtklit.
In the extent, variety and artlntlo eieel
leaoe of lt illni4ralioa of Amerieao th-ntea,
it ha. a.er been even approached, mnch
Imaexeellad It haa a larger page and fitee
a greater variety In ita !Onantii than any oth
er of tha 8taalard Am.rirao Monthlie.
In literary oh.racter. and in tha brilliancy
and aMity ol In Editorial uepartoieata, it en
joya an equal pre-eminence.
I ta ennd'ictora attrtnd with the definite aim
ofmakiogilfkaMl maouimlmlho world, of which
they hare acrer for a moment leat eight, and ,
they point with pride and rleamre to the '
n.y ann June anmoere, lecenuy leaned, and
ak for (hem a eandid rtnmlnatlon andacara
ful eompariaon of their merita with thoea of
other ma rastoea; and t h ey renew thei r pledge
to the pnhlio. to alrire for anil higher excel
lenoe in the future.
A considerable demand haa recently arisen
in England for St (iichoiaa, Ben brier's New
Magsainefor Boyiand Oiila, rne publisher
desiring to secure en edition of three thou,
and offlratbouud rolune (when completed,)
with hia imprint
The success in th a eobnlre olSt. Kn-hnlss
haa bee ran more remarkable than that of
Sertbaer'e Moothlv. It U prononnced to l-e
'aa tioaOm'torfttlmofmiotfar ekiUnm," and.aa ia
the ease with all the beet literature lor chil
dren, it haa beea f ond to poaaeaa aurpaasing
interest for growa-np radera. aa well.
Theiaflnenreof the periodicals of the day
ran scarcely be esiiniated, eepeeially upon
tba rising generation. . Hsrenls and twcheri
fan not aflord to be fWifferenl to this inau
anee, or carelasa ia relation to tha oharaeter
ot the literature furnished to the ehildien'
outside of their school lesenoe. la Nrh-
o aa not only are history.'natural philosophy,
literalare.floe aria, and mannlanturea pre
sented la an attractive way to young readera,
but the children are stimulated to seek iabr
tnatioa foi Iheassalvra
The publishera will send to any eddrese a
penimea aumher of St. Nicholas, postage
prepaid on reneiot of ten eeou, the hare cost
of,PPO'iid printing. The magasnea ara
old by all Irst-clsaa bookaellara aad aewa
dealers, everywhere. .
gCKlBlf EB-8 MOHTHLT, St yoarj Uo.a no
ST. NICHOLAS, - - - a 6o. ",
BOEIBm 4 CO.. 654 Broad w't,5.Y
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Mayor's Proclamation.
MATOB8 0lrtCE,
ImoipOBiTTaisAior McAa.ra.im, . 1
Vinton County, Ohio,
,: Xm$ M 1B74. J
TtTHEREAB b? b Uwr fobioKgnlnting
raWllll Tdwi nl lha AA as, a. af U.W .Io-
umIJ a.. II t a
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IBt? aJMNSlajna At tka Hmomo. omomA aaJ.u k. .J
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hawrt atlnk aUi a. a..U.. I
u m weww.ve wm vm uviuwoi ami ui
u vmi-erv ao D enoB
ABd. rha.taMai tx aee. eLssea B... ueaeuJ ..
' " aw waaavwsawvj lia.nl VWII I IV (J IB)
the office of Marshal, caused-by the resigns.
tiSB Of Wm. ,. -H . ,u ll,..!.. i"
uired by law to III such vacancy.
la BUranin.. .f ...... . v
-I W" H. U ,1MI.I,KFU, rl.
nonoD, aayor ol tha Incorporated Tillage of
make known thai . ...
Mondaj tha 8th Day of Juns 1874,
ia by wie appointed the day oa which lb
qnaliBed electors of the laeorporated village
of McArthur are notified to meet at the Court
SAHi. amiti . .k. - 1 i .
? 7Z - w omwoM piscw aee.
ignaled for holding aueh election., between
the hour, ef aix o'clock in the foreaooa, and
oim e cioew ia we aneraooa of said day, and
thee and there to proceed to vote by ballot
fbrlbe Jullowiaioffleer, towiti
One Marsbal, nr the tneapired term. ' '
' Alt en mAoT m, omoA si m a.s k.
eiUare, thia Mta day of May, A. D. l7t.
Ki IllJ W. msa, . . .
Wauted- 'ATarlner."
ASILBNT or active partner to laveet MO
ia an aatabllshed bus.aeea ia VoArthur.
Busineee paya, but rjutre. more eaiilal
t hsa I am able to eemmsad. Address PART
NRR or make personal appltcaiioa at thia
othoe. . i 4 ,
MAY 20th;
cniLLicoTHE, o.,'
Befs Io invito ailention Io his Urge aad at
tractive (took, o IVs red at lowtat
CASH MUCKS.
DOMESTIC GOODS
In largo ijpplf. ' .: 1
DRESS GOODS
!
of all kiode.
Black and Colored Silks
Jffohalre and ilpacca$t
Black & Colored Grenadines
CAEPE TINGS,
.A Urge stock or
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BnVSSKLS and iJfCnAMJr.
OILCLOTHS,
Mattings &Wiidow Shades
at. b. ak abt.
Bolt's Patent Sheet Iron
ROOFING !
'PniS BOOPINQ for Chempaeaa mui.
KUHBtUlill T, MBfLTtJIli or .nplic
tion with its FIRE, WIPU tod WATER
PKOOK olialluea. ha no anual in the market
For circulars and other Information, addreaa
W. 8. BELT,
Noa. M and M East Third t , Cinuiaotti.tl.
I SlDOOL TEAtHEKS YATED
in each count1 lor the serine and summer
S IOO Per asenin. Henil for circular giving
lull pemerlare. ZIEULER lloCUKbT,
iiuciDnau, u.
THE LABT HEW BOOK OtT
The sublcctis all imnortanl, yet a puaaling
one. It replenh hes the government treasury
aad Impoverishes the people; mskea the rich
poor and the poor rich; makes fools ol wise
men, exhautto the wisdom ol legislation'
makea men rnn mad and women feel sad.
inerruaaoe Baa Begun; on to victory. Men
or women wauted to cinvsss every town. Ad
nrtea ' HENRY HOWE, Chicago, III.'
WILD LIFf ri; VXr.
AGENTH WAR ED everywhere for thir
iwinil haiit.fnllv lllll.lM knnl. ..r Ik.
author'a thirty years' life and adventures
among ins Indiana, in the Merican Wars,
f .."m " wv., hu. M 'm it.f iw
MrssKse, and swiing fer than anything ever
Desire known fiend tor llloslraled circular
and liberal terms- T-1 Hutchinson Co.,
Cin"lnn 'fli . '
ROBT.B.SMMT
BDY J. 4 P. COATS' BUCK
THBEAD for jour IIACHTNR
OFIOEEICEO
TV. Loi-coxlmfdSmit &i , .
FLORENCE 8EW1NO MACHINE CO.
' againattha Bmger, Wheeler a Wilson '.'
sod Graver A Baker Roe , Involving over
$250,000,
Ufoollf dtciird fry ft.
frames Court ot Iks Vniioi .
ia fcvorol the FLORENCE, which alone
haa Bnin lot Uomyolg J high Pri at.
THE NEW FLORENCE
fas omlf maaAts. thai sms tachsard ond far
ward or Io rfyal ord Itfl.
JUmftflKktaomi- Utd
Sold roa Cssn Oklv. Hraciti Taaaa to
CLCBS aad DEALERS.
JprUUM. ., i'toreaoj, Jfoaj.
iiHD
Tsis 8sw. ifocAts. eisei lit bod atu.ctlo a las
assr. it pnUfor mod roadJ,. omi it Ik, W of oil to
tea. ltkvo it mo "DoiweV men! io oom srwa.
VPt m DOMSBTIO 8. il. CO., Jfs YoriZ
Eateneared pereiaBealty.'
I 'h.n Ml. ink u .. .
nw,., me only true ho-
"l o. u.armstrong,
' M.'D., Eemco. MichiKan.
epBTCOMANCT, OR 80UL CfJARMINO"
1 Eow eithersei may fiweu ale and gala
the lovo and affoceiona of any person they
choose, instantly This eimple mental ao'
quirement all ean possess, free by mail lor ta
centa; together with a Marriage ''uldcEarpt
laa Oracle, dreams, hints to ladies A qseer
book 100,000 sold Address T WILLIAM A
CO Publisher, Philadelphia; V . .
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C. IV, Atxaaj, aflera kia aurplaa stock of
CHOICE, MIXED GLAIOLAS
at viholeraM for 14 per 100, fai per lMl.
S.ad for eataloinia
) AddTeea - CL ALLEN. Qaeaa.N T.
PORTABLE
SOnA FOUNTAINS
$40, $30,$79ANO $100.
Good, Durable; and Cheap,
SHIPPED BKAMf OBUbX
-.-. Manufactiirelhy '.
. W. CHAPMAN Co4 Maai
' " ' son, Ind.
Warhead fcr a catalogue, am
NEW FlUSf.
The nndersigned having formed a CO-pert-rehip
under the Arm aatua of
, : l- .; . I. I ,-; ..... ' -., .
McCOMMON". & : EVANS,
Call tht atlaaUoaof thepublio Io their full
. alock of . , . . ,
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
. . Silver .Watches, ', ,
rvsl Guard md OperaVhmUu
Solid 8llrer Bad PlatcdWare
Luaraa aad Bfarrle Isaprered Bpeeta
, eleai
.FINS UOTLKRt SOLD PENS, AC, '
, Aod every thing kept m
FIEST CLASS JEWEIET btoms.
Wadding ring aad hair Jewelry made to or
der. Kepa-riag of watches, olooka. aad lewelry a
specially.. . 1 1 .
No charge for eoxravmggooda bought el
weir store.
for correct lima take it from their obrono
meter the only one ia the city.
Next i Door to ; Warner Home, 68
Faint 8treet. Chillicothe, Ohio. '
J. 8. McCOMMON,
. . W.E. KVANS.
TmyUT4
Probate Iotce.
Probate Coort, Vinton County, Ohio.
ft .
VTOTICK la hereby given thai gachariah
wl Jewell, guardian of Chariee,L. Kamy, a
minut, r.ss niea nis ao vuoi nerein lor partial
settlement, and that the same la set for hear
mg on the S'trvday of May, A. I. IIP., at 10
A'.. In..!. .1. U U .
w vivwi., . . .. i mi. u. n I r, .
Problle Judae.
May T, mi. . , , 11
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County Ohio,
VTOTtCB ta hereby given that Reaikmia
OlBron,aa guardian ot John N. and Mary
Ann Hart, minora. h" filed his account here.
in for partial eelllrmant; and that the sums la
aet for hearing on the IWtb. day ol Mav IM7I, at
luovioca, a. m. 11 u. airu,
Probate Judge.
, ' ' At
Msy7.Ut
Road Notice.
N Ot)fc8 ia herek v gives that a petiilOB Will
be presented to the Commissioners of
Vinton t'ountv, Ohio, at then ucil session, to
be held on the Ural Mondav ol June, A. D.
174 prayiog lor the alteration of the county
read leadiDji from Me irlburtoKsUski, Ohio;
st Uenry H.rold'a Mill, in klk township,
Vinion cunniy, Ohio. Patd alleistion to be as
follows; beglning in said county road at a
point in front of I esse rhry'a dwelling hou-w,
thence running a northesterlv dirat lion
sb..ul psrallel xilh lb. Mi-rielta A tMncinnati
Hsllroad.unli I raid line interrecta tha old road,
fed in the lands ol Isaaohliry; ihcnceiDaaor
Ihsrly directicn Io the souih castcornrrofthe
landa of Holden Tri pp, thence ins north east
erly direction io a point near the cvnterof the
north-east quarter of the norlhfkt qusner
of fcctlon thirteen, (18) lowo.hip eleven, (11)
range arvenleen, (17) thence in a northerly
direution on th nearest nod beet route to In.
teisM t the said ktate toad, leading Irom Mo
Arthur to Zaleski. Ohio, at a point about eight
rods west of the hruKcio ahichJohn Uerrold
now resides, snd there to end, and lor iheva
cation of that part of said county road, bow
leading lioin - Vinton elation to said Ctate
road Itinc between Ihe polel where aaid ai
teration begins and the ssid State road from
ticArlliur to Kslrski.Oho.
HOLLKH 1 HIPP, Pttitloner.
April 23, 1671. 6w
Cottage Color! Paints,
SI.OO to SI JW e Gallea.
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
-- i '
tiWKD Oil, - - - - (Oo per gal.
: LIQUID SLATE BOOF PAIUT,
Fim Paooa - - .... pet g.
PATENT PETROLEUM LINSEED OIL,
Works io all PainU aa Boiled Linseed, only
MACHINERY. OILS,
K.8. KELLETw PATENT SPERM OIL.H.OO
ENOIivEOIL, - - . i 7
FILTERKU ROCK LUBRICATING OIL, 0
Snd for cards of oolors and circulars.
NEW YORK CITY OIL pO.,
',. , Bole Agents.
1 . 118 MAIDEN LANK, HhW TURK.
tSaprl7
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby givea that a petition will
be presented to the Oommiesionera si Viu.
ton O'cunly, Ohio, at their next session to be
helil on tha hrst Monday of June, A. U. 1871.
r 'raying for Ihe location of a County road along
he following described route, to wit: Begin
ling at lha north end of Oullot Alley ia the
Iowa of McArthur Vinton County, Ohio, and
which said point is ea the quarter section line
of section twenty-otic ,(JI) township eleven,(ll)
range seventeen, (17) end seven and fifty hn.
dreths (7.6o) chains weal of lha east section
line of said section, and runmug thence east
oa eaid quarter section line serosa section
twenty oue (SI) aod Mellon leeaty-twe (a?)
to a polo, at or near a smsll ravine, aad curv
ing ia. a south-easterly diraulioa along the
bank, and again curving thence ia a aorth
easterly nfrretioa back to said quartet section
line, and continuing oa aaid line to t he center
of the county road, ai or Bear the center of
section twenty-two, 12) township eleven, (11)
range seventeen, (17) as aforesaid, and ther
to end. MANY PETITIONERS).
April so, is7. aw
GEE AT REDUOTION
la pneeafor thespdag of irfi.
PEACH TREES
i 'A 8PA0IAIjTT, '
Cherry, Apple and Pear Trees
(JUIKCE. CURRAKT, RAHPBERBT AKO
' GOOdEB'EBBT BC8HE3. .
..... .J . . . , .. .. K
Uhubarb aud Asparag;us Roots
GRAPE VIRES, t aod S yesra old, all the
leading varietiee by Mm hundred or thousand
at loeeet wholesale rates. ,
OHAtE oRAMGKby ihe hundred or lhoo
ends Will bo eotd very low by the larga
quaotitiee. ' - ' '
O S S 81 ' ROSBsi
larga aad Rno assortmenl ea band, aad a
' ' splendid slock ol -
.GreenVonie ' ' and Budtag ' Blasts,
T j h PoraaM aryebap. ' 1,1 '
daarKow H the time It) beaalify roar home.
at a very small coat. WM. cKKLLAR.
aWaafirovaMurssry, ChjlUeetAe,U, Saww
CltlCllFQUlliiJE
om trjetvouu m rtnvtav
FOR FEVER G, ACUZX
as the SalpheM la the sane woaae, while it efWee
tAe ktrnd turn, a) avre palaiakss aad sane r iiay se.
Send fcr deem IptiieClrcaUar wtU TusllsasafaM
raweteiswM Aoai all pacta of taa ooaatry.
- rSSampUaevsagwlBliia4,eevia.
rreparrd by ULUMOrJ, f'T 1 1"1 V T aft I
vaHngUwsakaa.Bueaositaaa. ' "c.
aA 4 A BAY QUAAANTECD aria, Ow.
MWIU AUOER A 0RILLIatee4
XL CmM t9 territory. Kasansd ay Oeverwaea
efK0W AnKANSASa DAKOTA
"Vrufct. vr.sa3.aLeiii.ax ,
irEW spiinrG stock
or
MILL I N ERY
AND
LADES' FANOTDS,
' New Stjrlee mt
HATS.BONNETS.RiBBONS
IN ALL NEW SHADR3,
Jute braids, ';
EmbrlerlSa
EdlaiKS, .
TrlmmlaipV"
Vrf li
3 '0
GISTtl,
..: ;c.i-.'. - '--.
r., Fccoia
.Jewelry,
i
. ; Cracta, Kiel.
Alao a larga aaaortaeaCwa'
f . . ',. j i it.. .
GeaUfciMsfis't) Jtukiitto
: a : t i v. i ir
Bleacbior, Preiiius;, Btraodslar,
and a& kinds of MUlisery
: Work dona to Order ai.n
shtrt Hotica, v- ... t
Oir. as a ealL Wa will aal' lower
than erer.
J. P. 4 C. A. DUNKIj ,
.... - - Main at UoArthw (V
SPRING AND SMMMCR
OLOTHINQ
-' - -1 ' - i j '. ' I nOlc
FRANK IIELL9I All, Agcaif ,
' !" Atbisapli7ofrs?Baaa5-' '
OOBrs BLOOZ. OPP06ITE TJSIOI
HOUSE. ' '
CHILLICOTHE, G. '
HAS TUB
-Choicest Rlock11
.. . or-a.
Spring and Summer JCIothing
"ITER breughl Io thia market, rmbrartag
AZswII Ihe latest and most fashionable elylaa,.
cm in accordance whh Ihe latast huhieas.i
W hen you want a nobby suit don't bill to nil
oarrauk. Us al. CUTe and
Makes .Oabiie Okdk1
1 ' ( haaaruinmaof1 V''-';
Gents' Underwear
II AT8 AN D A PS.fcC
All clothier marked down Io Ihe LOW.
KNT riUl ltE. aivemtadUandlwul
warrani aatisfauttOBT': '
Uapr FRANK BELI.MAR.
AGENTS VYANTEDI .
To sell, dfrtat la tss.saiera.Taa OiofBaawiai;or
, THE AUTI10R1TATIVB BISTORT
. or ibc -f.?
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By i. Periam, editor Western Rural, flhlcago.
Complete and reliable. Wrimn a as J.awsry,
ibis nnsiaai ponraiia; ns other engra
vings. sMTThi. great work ia Isw ea arise .ad
stfiisf sy Msasasdt, ror terms, territory, ai.i..
addresa K. ri A KNArRD A CO., fnbliahen,
17? w. tin st, r;inemnaiii .
CA VTION. Inftrior works, aswe oomriioHom,
ara ling piiehed. Po not be nnpo.ed oa.
Mr. Pernam'a work ia lull. eeJaerifaft, aad
endorsed by Ihe great leaden, .as , ,
Scribner's Honthly,
THE BC'BI4ECAHPAI(IN .
Another Great Li terary Sensation,
The Modern Robin: onCrus m
With 150 Beautiful liltutrations.
Messrs- HcrlhnAp A. r k.t. u.hmJIi.ii
eriM pnlihcation In fCRldNEK'5 MOKTH- '
si. juies verne s imi siorv,, ;i. j
THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND1:
ta which, ant content with the eld storieaor ,,,
"Rohinsou Crusot" end the 'Swiss Faauly , .
Robmaon," Ihe writer underlakoa tj shew , ,
how a party of men call unoa a anvBlarioaa,
aad desert island may live bv iher scientioe -
reiuroeeaione, wiinouiltiasidofany wreck . ,
Io draw opoa for the maleriala of Ma aad ! .
comfort. .!., i . ,
The party are Americana who ret out freat .
Richmond. Va.,onnig Ihe siege, Ir a balloon.
M Julee Verne unites wrn aa scenes ia kI.b
lincknowlcige. a exaberancs U lavtaliva
genius that Dal
FASCINATED TOE WORLD.
The Iheme of the preeeai alary arVwdt tna
author Ihe fleet pponoaily fnr th display
of hia peculiar gite. Tbe story will bo Pro
Inaeiv ilustraed, aod is bsgua ia the April
aumber. : 1 .-r rro ,v,i ( y
for sale by all New liealera or BooPaeliV ' '
ra. Pnce H no a year, aente a aomber.
80RlBN4.cy..H, Broadway . J,. -jT
VMnarlarTi
- ...
FLORAL1 GtriDD I
For 1874.
t00PA6F; WirGRAV1!f;S,IBd COJU,
OBEDPLATK Pukhshed anarterte al S
cents a year. First a a saber fir Siet n--nuci.
A tiennsn edilicn at same prtee.
AddraeaiAMfcB TICK, Bocheater, W.ti
SZV-fi A LECTURE
r'liJitn YOUNG
- .:.';;,..- ,r vx.x yty. a.js
Jast pablUned, ia a BeaUd Iavelepo. Mae arc
reals. A Lectare oa lbe Rslaee, Trs.isa.at
aa Radical Cars af SperasalorrBsaa, ar Bipas
al WrakBMS, lavoUMlary .Isilaaioas, aVaaaA
Debility, aad InpedimMte to Marrlaca, gsasr
ally Nsrvoosoess, CeaaaoiprleB, Klipty .ad
fits; Msatal aad Physical t sc. parity, rreallla
from BsM-eeeeB, Ac By ROSu d CrVVlE- ;
WELL, M. 0., Aa borsf tacreea Bok " Ao,
-The worM-reauwaed aalBMB, la 'his adaslraMw i o
leolare. clearly prove, (roai aw owe MS. rise ce t.
that tbeawlaj coas..nspns ef aslfalaea My , j.
Be eBeetaally revapved witkoot aaealclae. aadt ..
wilbuet daagereas anrfteal ssssiatlsas, ksegiis
lastrasisBli, rraga, or osrdlals, aelsirnf es a
every seAerer, Be . Bsaler.wbatlila BoadMiog I i
Buy be, sasv ewes hlssasW eheaeh aaat pilisisly; y
aad radically. Tils Uoars will prove a Beaa,vw ,
thowaaada sad laeasaBda, . .. V
Beat, asstr assl, to any addisss la aaatsassato t
eavskrpe, ea raa.hit ot snt esats, nr two aeseeeo
auBias. . isw, air. Briawee mtmrnoi rvB ' '
rilta. read far etrralar. ' '
AaAnsa U. .bcl.lsrs, 'i --' ' ;
' CHA. 1. fl. timmW")
' UT BearWti Beet Maea Awe. Mat.'1

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