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NORRIS.
lio that I hare jut addel to m? SJocikH
4 new pfit j taHtndL of spring
Jlillinery Goodi, combinCng the Latni
ind ui . ufc.which I will tell al
"'1L t' ' i Ail. i rvj rt
. ,wje Tory .fewex. coji x nee jruaimie.
"Pleaa call and examine my stock be
,'fore purobi(8ing elsewhere. Bleaching,
Itttnny anil iXilorxng done to-order
IThankful for past ' patronage, 1 expect
by liberality in prices , and upright
(lealing, to' tender satisfaotioq to all
who may honor toe with their custom,
lace of Limine, the. vk) Burtenehaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden, Ohio.
J. F.;TOWLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
'offers to the Merchants and Furnaoe-
'joji tf yifiton pouhty, an'perior stopk
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. '! l'Jeptiy
l5,SIE3T llCiVl JST,
i v ITlcArtliiir. Ohio;:-
tl .:! .1 ,.
' Particular attention given to the treatment
orthe natural teeth.
Hamden, Ohio. Notice to Teachers.
f if f fiS iiS Mtf. .?x?!.n!,?
"for Vinten Cyiyjupj wei4 ; af ' the
the lst,and ijraraturdujs of March,
-ifetwabenieMii the 1 1st i Saturday in
raoutt'ryi ? Feb'ruVf y,J,'Jf ini,"Ju)y" A Uy
jifllt, n? Jfjtifnfyttfa Wen 'jea'y." Exj,
5 ifato a'V'on W ci WeW W te 9 blot,
AV."'tatiMetWevidene of good
i ,1 111 'j'l ri. nu,'i I 1,., f'"v i
moralekTabteilIibrejmred'ia ail
toaeea. iA.'e of 50 tienf jseijuirea
ff?M. It BA'R-'SUS Cfi'ri p Hoard of-
1.1 J. fcHirjJ N, '. m. Sohwil . Etf-'"l;.
U.PEKpUB. Clk, J aminers, -
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
'iron.1 -:
For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and
on Principles of Christian
Philanthropy.
Eieaja an tie Krrora of Youth, and the fgU
lie. of Age iiireljjfon to Slrrge-Hn Soajal
Jjjilf? With Jaafitajy aid "tr4 fttlicjeil
Seat- free, in eeeled envelope. ' Aildrexe,
HOWAJiO ASHOOimON, Box P, PU.-Jotl
Dhia,Pa.
M'ARjHR ENCAMPMENT
wb;.,ii5, lo. 6. f.
tq, pHX.UI.AR Meetings ofthleEfl
Aif .?-, IVi'smpmeut will hec(cer be
9 -V lirld ia , the coi4 . wm! Uat
,. Mendnyn. eveniusH' 01' each
liisntb. I'niriHirli 01 DCIiwr ,ooiwnnuvii
wbe HiV tvi vieiiiuK l are invilel to
attenil,-. ,( , i . ..., .PAKlb hoKlUN.C.P.
J.'ltW: T. RjNI, 8. . j : (
MeArthuP. VU' nlSTO. .... , ..
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4.'. i -1. .I1-- . ;
TheFavoritie Fine-Cut
rpHE-'Ciifwrr' Choice, ii now Inking the
J. lend oi mII other llrMnrin. Buxhl in color,
plfAHHnt in lanie, toiivh nnl Irkiiii in chew,
thin lotiacuo pOKi-i'Si-M pvurv qiinlily to Hiiit
Chewrre, and lijf the 10 pouixl bucket
fully U)e clHier per pound, lhau enjr other
bmnd of the fame itrade and ierh ii lens
fl,ualllv. lou huirkelNol line eelubiRied hmnd
nave btfen wild In Chillicothe alone within
Uielnut two month., end trtirit) rtill incrcuH.
liiK- "Try It" HCHhKU k KUAMf.K
Cliilhcothc, Ohio, are Uie , Wniifcturer'
axont and eell at lowtKt heotor) 1'ncea. .
. gttnav UN . . -. .
QUEliNHWARE
NYE -&MACKEY.
; , OPPOSITE. THE CPUflT H0U?E,.
' G7 TAINT MEET.
QIULL!00TI1L OHIO,
I'.VITE (ho atleotioicof viBrchentnd fur
iiaoeineu to iIia large slock of the above ar
l,cle juai j-eceived. -,'Wa wilJ veil at t very
lowtn Hn'irri la the trade. UlUera S'dicilcct
aad promptly attruled o. - liiut
"' ' ,:TI2 AT VV'lJlOli IS' '
WORTH yAWSfi.
pMt::atope6sper
i EE C JOJSJia; :
.i' .'.1 ' ATTORN B Y A T LA W ,
RLJSJATENI:
sicArtliur, THton ,f d.'0,' '.4
.i. . u . . ry 1 ,
l i ' a i.1 1.- . 'W.i ' ; ' "
Boiiglit, Sold and ExchaJngQa
GREAT BARGAINS IN LANDS.
'tTE ffllo4iJi Jindi tiai.Weold lon
J. naaonable term an to iavment
57a ACRES OF LAND
't HO !,'
.1 -M-i. .t,-i ' :
i , . i- I- : .!- .
If
WltjlN)j MILES OP B AIIiR Afi
H4 Allies From fctate Capital
County Boad Runs Itroujfb. Trace
t.,T VINB FARMIMi LAND WlTBMr 1
r t. vu. '.i 1 1' , w.hi
plenty;
Title Perfeot.
The erti
-baU.niille sold
VEK1"I.
lerma
2alrlS71
H. C.f0t3.
mACREl ot tine timber land-, near the
MAC. R. R. 1 he UniU-r will more
"f l',t1t.rtdP lVV')'01lillfD
ir wmt to- u: CTJiiHTir.
. TT1THIN S mile of the M. AC. R.
IicuD TT K I be larm contaioa tm arree-
f;IloriT aerea cleared, fair iiriurove
iiieDt. A aoud eoal benlt open and
WorkiDi. H feet beat eoal. fur.a,e cheap. !
120 AcreTTn SarTda Townsh'p, '
rCK)D timber land, well watered and near ,
lllle url.-t.
if
J LxataLri-iPit sill fniu li imv man that.,
ITfFlL watered A AlioStlis afrer AeaVe.1
yVTodv.lainl. u4 5nt.hil.lJ.Kl.
UKfiUmi'Tiot'iL9
It la at.lvunru.iiiiilHI lit natrauiiad t liaatA
jt&Zi Kt 19X
THrvirmirniECORD.
i
f Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
trffe Itecorder and (Jlerk cum
pleted tb'e indexes for their re
spective o,fiice8 lst week. Tbe
RecorderV Index ihowa 26,024
entries, whfeat tbe legal rate
would have cps( $1,30120. Tbe
Court indfxahow20,000,vYhich
at tbe legjj rata would have
been $100. Tbe indexes were
made oil contract, htwevert the
Recorder receivW $985. Ahe
UleJkj $ 1.000. They hk.'Wcom
pleted their work in a xsareCu!
banner, and H will be inost
aseul to the ' courjfy. , llerefo
fore it baa been almost impos
Bible (o (rape , ' a title in this
county, and . having been trac
ed . ' through the Recorder's
boobs, thVtpoka and paper of
the Clerk were in uch bape
ate coud'npV certify with
aerjliUtj- is- jUlL'tVr; Hens
apainst, prppertjr,. only ; in x
cepWbnal oa8es,'or .ft hd records
in cases which had been tried
in Coit 'T
pri(.e of t;heRe records represent
i he work whiclf has1 been left
undone1 by persons hpbave
previously, liileo; , tber offices.
The books inrer now?; in fetter
shape thaaany-previous
lime in tne History ot tbe coun
ty. The, people should Be? to
it that the offices are filled here
alter by jf p. who have the will
and (lie ability to keep things
In proper shape, as woll as draw
the salaries '-and fees attacbed
lo the biDcesi " ". "
Tub decision on the. demur'
era by the late Court lir'the
case of the creditors of hejCin
cranati Furnace Co. vb. Rich
land Farnacv CJd. and , the as
signee of. the;, former company
i! lf.li .! It ; ' i. , m -
pem not, in bave been under
Btootf' and in connection with
the fact that the Richland Oo.
liaying'a.n abuiidance ol Mock'
on hand, has : discontinued et
ting ore ircm this point hat
given rise to a report that Uie
old company had been ailjudg'
ed the, owner?. , Tbe decision
of the demurers. does' not hIFji-I
the ownership of the property,
but simply hJIows the Cincin .
null Co.; and it s creditors ' t
come Jn io Court and try the
oase on.its merits. If the de
murrers bad been sustained 'it
would have been the end ol
the controversy'.'" Not having
been sustained' the case will
now come up lor trial. ''.' .
Tue Commissioners at their
la's;', cession ordered !,a':,'tax,',oi
one-hall mill on ihe dollar io
rebuild the. Barneliiili, bridge.
There was: also orderedilevjed
lour1, and' oue-tenlh mills fo.v
bounty purposes, iive-tentha ol
a mHl 'for 'poor fund, and one
mill lor building and Infirmary
(und. The Auditor was autlinr
ized lo advertise for proposals,
to July ; 20lb,' for re-building
the Barnes Mill bridge. A re
ward of $1,000 was also order
e! for'tbo arrest and dn vic
tinn of the incen liary who
fired ' ti heboid b'ridjreV vpott .
tract was eiti ered into with L
Rdynor for . building' V a,; new
coal' house, - arid with Qtvid
Johnb'Jor supplyjng the Courl
Uoiise : and jail with coal.--Price,
; 6 cents per b'isliel.' :
!
;
Mr lXMABiit "feave tb tiht,
of ''ay'Ji tije !G., McA'Cft'
R. R. Miroogh .hiafi'landsbfelow
Viotou '.Farnaice.',.,, The,, road
runs two miles ': through his
lands . arid, .-fie.hce ,( w(lii;"ake'
about' tweiity-five ciesi' ' His1
&rffiiy jn matfer ol righ
of1 way ia-1 in sharp 'contrast . to
some bi our own citizen. ' ' VVe
tjiink tjiougK, ,:lro "hliWil
knowD public spirit and cbusi
ne'si percVpli.op,1 ''rj p. m ay
be depended upon for a liberal
su bcrfplfou' iadditjpri 'tq; thd
1
'
I
-Jrt'H! m rir f .' '." 'f-'j til
local: lu-wsi iluiRt7vare . gladly
.ftied by, Cfl. , Frierid8 10
towrt'or.'countryf jMe'iavitod tr
ff
,1 pr.i raj iii!j-n-s
bosT'' 'i'i "f.'VIsenUPiaU
. I
4 ll l. f .'!.
- a:
Arx w gtduir triMcOlebrate
the .urtfcr:;iV-tn
Which' iaVagiutting tha imiudi.
. ... V , 'a
.aivait !1T34
3P-IVfoa
j?TireTitfawl)erry'erop lfa "this
county' tas beeb a failure.
CJierries 'liave'tDade thej,ap
pcaranc and ; the crop is re
ported . abundant.: ' The 'pros
pect isa flattering for a Iarg
crop of blackberries, as t is al
so for apples and peacbest the
.grasjaDfJLoatacr.opaiir.e.' suffer
ing from "ihedfonth and will
be short. Totatoes are having
a; toifgh" tTghV; with therjbu
the bugs a little ahead at' last
reports. -Garden ; vegetables
are feeling the effecte. of the
Jrootbj 4ad will 'only prode a
snorl crop.
Tub hanging of the wire for
Boweh's Wlegraph i: between
McArthur and" , Zaleski' was
completed last week,,and will
be ready for;operaUons as soon
as tin instrument and tbe opeN
aXpr a.rri.ve. . .Somt) ., worthless
toy brqkq tritf wire tie day lit
was , puS up."The Slate law
punishes offenders of this class
severely on conviction,! and
boys will fin a' it to their advan
tage to let the, telegraph 'line
alpjia,.. T r Tr-j-r. ;
As wjll bg seen elsewhere
the Gommissionera-'Atflp fur-j
ther consideration concluded
to.yffJri fRwJtrd VortfcS1 arrest'
and conviction of the person
who ' fired the .Barnes'. Mill
bridge. It may cost something,
hut it is cheaper to learn in
cendiaries that they can not
deijtroyYtba. property otjthe
county with' inipunity than - It
is to rebuild ill our public
ui tva.
'3 .T
County Council of Grangers.
The . oiganalioii 1 of the
County Council Patrons ol
Husbandry was completed 1 a at
Saturday with the following
imcera; fllastef, Henry Rob
et6n; ', Overseer!, iFredrick
Fric4 ecretarjyj T, Win
terj Treagurerj A Coe;I St w-
ard, Vm. England; Chaplain,
Harvey 7 Robbing iE'xecutive
Committee, JPearly. Dunkle,
L;it her ' Bolen "and Wm. Eng
land. .'T.-',v
Tn.e chicken cholera is raging
in ilifr. rent sections of the county.-
It brnl'e out in Captv Jones'
poultry yard li't week, taking a
liirge number of nne chickens in
duijiug a full bfcod!.'ht, Crah
ma roi ster which cost itim more
thanlie likes to., tell, and a fine
Brahma hen twhich. took-the Jiist
preraiam "at 11 the'' Robs' County
Fair lasfyear. .rti--.'.: j
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:
TiiERB have been rumors of
r at NelKonville during thp
pit. week; ibat the miners whp
lave ben on a strike were
about to force out men who had
come to take their plncas. SeV
frjj coniDiinips'oLrrjjTilia wej'e
held in readiness, but matters
have quieted dowu without any
serious disturbance. .
Mr, .HRRr agent, of. the
A mencHn;Bible-Society failed
to be present at the annual
meeting last Sunday. The old
officers weM'e 're-eleceay and
a collection, amounting to
about SlO wks,' tafteh'-upj':
TnE Infirmary ' will be com-
pleted ' andad.vjoi11" Occupa
tion rte-first vt Julyratiwhich
lime the Commissioners will
inspect the work for accept-
aace,;)
r: i I an ai iii
9 'W-t
Wooley started for the State
.Temperapcei Con5enlio,rf, at
Springfield last Tuesday., (
MrWald)
ia'iv
'ho
r
are
me" Irom Teniiessee on
a aWOisil;
1 1 ',l -
1
!lf '
;(TjBK,fciqrce oir the, railroad is.
now at work on the summit in
front ol the Biird house.
.Cu'J : J -,i v. tf : 4- l!a I .i
' i ! ,1 i
Mr. and Mas. L D. Martin
arrived - at -ho'tne- from-their
bridfl triji;tji 't flfe.ka OtfT
VH1 All (ill Ii
i.tifj - it J .. I
f t n if
mimi tnai uie time
ior paying
tales ex ires' J tine
'MIkiSq is The only business
that cava .-when Tun iotuUbe
for teu days, , -
FoR tnalliiig beer againct the
oPdiif4nce.c:Uria spJi Boah
iGalli .tuie. w .e fined 30. and
id
iT
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ia l-f ...I. T - I f .(If' If I
FrerT-r"
- " Tar Rockford;- (in:j Regis
ter m'akesjthiB flattering' notice
of one of Mc Arthur's 'boys"
wild has'res'ided lb that city for
the .past eighteen months :
' . "W.. K'King, the Holland
Uouo' operator of. the W. U.
Telegraph Co., leaves Rockford
lor Quincy on this morning's
accommodation trail).,, lu both
business and social, circles Mr.
King his-won hosts of friends
by his gentlemanly conduet,
and carries with . Lira the best
wishes ofalL His accuracy and
reliability are seldom equalled,
and he is ackpowledged to be
one of the best operators in tbe
West one whorrt our" business
men tan hnrdly afford to lose.
Uowever, the exigencies of the
telegraph business required Mr.
King al Quincy, at wliio hplace
we have no doubt he will be
come, fully as popular as in this
citv. K-
i .i
Transfers of Real Estate.
"Jehn Haverty toJolm Leary.
I acre, Madison township, .ST
.L Sarah paltop to Robert n,e,-
ui, quit ciaua to bu acres, Swan
lp., $50. '.
Joseph eHewitt to Ramnel
Rigas, 40 acres, Swan t p., $365.
Samuel Riggs UU, 1. Cher'
ry, id acres', Swan ip , "S'30.. '
Auditor ol Athens Co., to
Dougtakltnam 320- acres,
Brown lp., 7
Joseph Doddridge , to Benja
roiq '5tey.enB;;i?3 acres; Madi
son tp $2,091.
J. B. Martin to J. E. Martin,
et al, 40 acres, Kncx tp $500.
' ' illn'-J'U 1 'M. . ''Li' ii"r ' r
1 loaonill illUUlttS 11 Ij, U.
Da tcher? 15, acref Jackson tp.,
$155.
J. Martindill, gbardian to
Samuei'. Mixon', 40 acres, Rich
land tp.; 11,000. :,' . :
Abraliom Keeton to Wiley
W. Spolt, 20 acres, Brown tp.,
$300. v; "' '
r.; Samuel Coe to Ltloius B.Coe,
qtlit claim, 500 aores.Brown tp.,
L.-Jd rr; ?::ii r 73 b :v. IU)
Lucius B. Cob to E. 11. Moore
& J. M" ' Wel'eh,' 60b ' acres,
Brovvn tp., $15,')00.
Uenry Ferguson, Jr., to E
11. Moore & J. U.x Welsh,-142
88 100 acres. Brown tp..$4.28C-
- rl ,
.40.,.,:.;.
E. U. Moore & J. M. Welsh
to Eugene. A Colb; 640 acres',
Brown tp., $40,000.. .
Eugene.A.: CyL'jyllO Chas. J.
LlebS, 640 Hores, $83,200.
A.iuV Gulii ei'al td'James
UuIIey "i 160 -acres,' VilkesvilK
tp,$540...:.dn.;.- 5 v.-rr
Andrew Turner to CTW, Tur
ner, 80 acres;--Eagle to., $100.
i I '
Circleville Herald and Union.
The Circleville and McArthur
Railroad.
..' We just returned froni
an excursion over the route b.
this proposed railroad, in com
pany with. Col. VV. Marshall An-dersonj'
-W. E.' Bolin Solo
mon Reigle, Wm. B. ; Marfield
and. olh'ers.! ' Xliei in.loroiaiion
we obtained : fully-; satisfied us
faof bhiyasMd ihe praciirabilf.
ly of building a cheap road over
easy grades, but also to the
vast mineral resources ot tbe
cou .try through which it pass
es. We will 'give details next
week."'-. - '
Tue Llocking county Democ
racy are .ibe first In the field
wiflf theit county tirik'et: ' For
Treasurer, John A, Shiw; Re'
corderBenj. White;" Commifi
sioner,' John, Nutter; Prosecut
ing AH'orney,; H. L ' Wrieh't.'. .'
Railroad. McArthur Market.
Flohr, per nacK. , ,....12.00
com Heal pef bush.. JO
Corn . ; . ; .v. ; ; . . '.,.;. ; jco
outs -.": .............. . 45
W heat .. . i .A L ..... 1 JSOal .40
Bi-ans 1.75O200
Potntoed...'... 100
Dried fA piles', t .'. ..". .i , . . . ' 10
DriedPeaches. . ..... . 3-'0
Timothy Beed per bush..'..' 4.00
tloVer t" .7.'.' '-x6.75
Onions ' '
.... .75
Hay W tori '. ' ...'.:
Dams, country.....
- sugar cured..
Smoked ldes....-
...12.00al5.iM)
.1...... . . JJ
10
Shoultlers j,..M..jav;,i,4 8.10
ricKiea roric , b.miu
l'TKS j ... M , .a -. -. n i -0
Butter . v. . rt.". . . .s . A i'. 1 . . ; . . t111 IS
tieese u
, i .
120
Lard .'.:.'......
Tallow.
... ' ...JO
Chickens, livs
HockiniT dalt per bbl.:.'.....".'.n, '2.15
.1 i - - . i i
u.,.b.
f ! K
I5a25
Vinep-ar: eldet.1.
. ! 7-fiO
Mackerel :::;.......;...k...i,.l0
Klo CoflVe
: u I
Tear.!.;..! .'.;.'.S '..svi.-i Ai.'.l.OOal.'io ,
Cottee ugar. . ,-.,. nli
YMw C '. ................. i..i 11
Ne OrleansMolasses. . : '. V. . 80s 1.00
Sorghum' ;'i m ' :-il..".;3-40t9S0
h,
Si
Tallow
Fiaaiii MMiiif.fr hr lb.k.'i ....iJ. n
kdnlhAN , . i.nlUi
reatnera... .-.i., .r.i.-!M,vou?'i'
Jtag ...... ................. ....
tr.ai' btt8....'.;.,.i..'.;.'l. '.ffidi
lWOOl ,. j...a4..a.it".l!("-i 4
....... nr
Wool
V4lrtl. IMI
Vmn - . . 2. . . .......A'. i40aWi.Vaj'
L7&nileT
v.-
amouui ui .xpruui.urn. ju. '
t :l 1,1 .!.! I 'l '.):.;
MANUFACTUBESa OF AND DEA
RS IN
(
ITALIAX AMERICAX 31 ARBLE,
Scotch Granite, ;
And all Kinds of Monuments and
'. 'V Toinbstonei, j
McARTHTJR, OHIO,
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a' full stock of all
kinds of
1 1 n ,i i
FDRNITDHE,;
suited to. this market.
I will manufacture.
to order anvthin de-
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w'l
hearse when desired
r tiers n ktow,
Corner of High and Locnst Streets
McARTHUR, J.
' TmarlBr.
OPIUM
'aleraeureil permanently,
heap, quick, witnnut auf-
runt. 'Jhe only Irue an
dole,. H. G.Arm.lronii,
I. I., Berrien, Mk-liigna.
$2500AYoE)Hl,r.!;d",,ha2500
C03IBINATI0N PfiOSIEOTUS.
It fully reproenl aairvHa rHKp" anil tyle
of Nailing of So inierertma and fl arllinx
bookM . Ki-at ihlna .vpr tri(l liv pnnvm.fii.rii.
AOE.Vr.4 WAVrEI). Yon will mH it
tl tfnil lift n nl aaml illnatmiArl nnaler aanl
MT1 '"m" or aen.ui ni.r tie beautiful
proapeoliia (ihe only oulht nee.le.1.) and ea-
proapeulua (ihe only oulhl neelel,) and 6
eure lermnry ntiini-e. A'KirrHK
Viuti Pi. iii.i.it ixa Co., Cincinnati, O,
A LECTURE
rTO YOUNG AlEJf.
Jmt published. In a Scaled Knt.lepo. Price all
centa. A liPcture on iha Nature, Trpnlmrnt
an ItHflfcal (.'are of 8ipriMHl'rrliti'a, or anttn
al Wi-aknca, luvulantary XiiiImIiiii,, SpxuaI
Uoblllty, aLd IniHillnipiiia In Slurrlnni), gi-ner-ally
) NervoM.iiar., Cuiiiiinipliuit, Kpileiiiy und
'ilMnl,l aiul IMijiiiKl lm .u.cllj,. n flilllr.g
fioni nil ahuiie, c-lyllOH. J. (ll.VKU-
I Lb, n. v.. An nor uriiiu'.'Ureen uma sc.
Thif wor.ld-mi.iwiiHd nulliir. In ilu, udmirablw
tipclurp, ckarly pr.ive, from hi. own pxiicrlpnt-e
thnt the awful coiih-iiiiviicp of aelf al ure. niay
tie 'effectually removed wliliout incllcine, and
wllhnat ilangpMiw nri(i.l ci ivhll' ii.. bonglea,
ln.lruhieiilHf rfna, or corilii.1., ioititii g out a
biuuV ot cure al unce cpriain, cfteclnl, by which
eiery aufferpr, no mat er whaV hi enndltioa
nay be. mat aur.tilni.pir clieaily, anil iirlvat.ly.
and radically. Ti.l. I.pcinre will prove a boo a to
thuiiHHiiil. and thoiianris.
Sent, under pnI, In any addrenin a plain. paled
envelope, on rcutt ol alt cent., or Iwn poelaiie
iIimm. AUo, Dr. Hlllibre'a RISilKllY 1'Ott
rl LKB. eeiid for circular.
Audreaa the pnlillalitra, i , '
on s. J. o. 'Alike co.,
127 Powerv, Mew. York. Hoat lllttc Box 4.HM. .
TEA.
AO., tfn s Wanted.
h
TIslA AfiENTr wanted in town and eolihlrjr to
aell TEA, or gel upelub onlem. for the lar
Heal I ea uoniuany -in Anenr inipnripra'
price and inilui cmeiils to eoenla. pvnd for
Veaey HI., N. Y P. 0 Box W7
Tin CAriViiia r'ai'oa, Henry Ward Beecher,
Editor, ol Oct. 2.tlli laat. anvS "Purtifa winh-
ingro iiH ur elnba, and ail who can get or
d.ra foe tea. aholild write him for a circular."
Tke A'r York Wtklf 7lt. of Sepi . 3d, aya:
All 'i.rsnxes' ahoulu write Kobe. Wells or
cjii'iu -r " " '
Tht Scu'lif, ol M.pi. zu., aaja; "ttooi. weua la
thorougnly rtW'le." 8-l.ipr
B. '.jBA.B'BITX'S
Pure Concentrated ( Potash.
Olt LYE, -1
Of double thestreagth Qfaof other .,
' .'! ' .
8APOMFHXG SUDSTAXCC.
Iave reeehtlT perfected a' new tnethor! f
packing my Polaah or Lye. and arh now pack
ing it only in ball., the coating of- h.-h ill
eaponitv, a .id doea not Injure ihe oap. It la
packed in bokea coqiaimng 24 and4ann lb.
Ml, and in no other way. liirertmna in
Knglleh nl Pefnian Tor making hard and
aoit aoap vMth. thia Polaah i.(vqmnn. eaoi
package V B. T. HA I111ITT,
04 to 84 Waahinaton Fit., N. Y.
- Baprim
STATii OF OHtO,'
Insuirance Department
W-.7-.V.. i - - ;
C oataita, February IuthrlS74.
j'c 1 ...Ii xt x . ' .
1TTHEB E3 the New England Mutual Life
"T
VI llHurandet'omDaay located at boeton.in
the State o Macaachuspttx, haa Sled in thia
oKk e a aworn eltttemcnt by the .proper offi
cer thereof, ahiwitis ita euudltilib and hu.i
nea and haa complied in all olher rcapei-la,
with the lawa ot thia blate, relnting to Lite In
anrHnae t'4)monipe. o waniaed tv act of Con
grpaa, or by or under . Ihe lawa. of any olher
btwn eMhe Vnited rtt..-i . f - t ; ,-
Jlow. iiberefore. In
B .UIIflH.UI..
Uw,' I,
William f. Chun h. aunenotendent of Inaur
ance ol the l..t of Ohio, do berehy certify,
that-mid Company la autboviied to tranaact
ii aoDronriate bu.inea. of Hie Insurance in
lniuitplw.i-brdtanee wHh law.-miriOK the
eurveul year.- The oatitioa 4nd rmj.mea-l of
aapaVeoaijwar alfhe-diltw wl-auclt-eratement
i MM.n.h.r At. lmiA.i la .nown ai
aggregata amount ofadmitied aa-
Hi iB iiremiurn notes sseVil, TC" c.
luana licld by the Company On-
ru.lini... ih forne. 12.670.119 tl
toAiH.,hf.ludin0 thb aum of 14.299
...i..v,.r l,.Kil,lla' In. .
,4udinKlu.iuMt w far n-iav" ' '
. h.i... . i , . n it. A ax. 11.
aumnce reaerva
lie pieced
iinl Jfatlneaaa 4 2,4i.l 2
Amount of premium note of In- i
oome for trie preoediog, year ewi2ia la
IL.
m .uiwrnw u, b.iiid, .ii1, Murov in. bum
r..i. u. ... rn,. .rf ....
Dl 11,1 WUH.C ,v '"."nj
'
aaev. wntua, V ' W VktUHCUV
'.JewT.xum, aeat. iirMntUr.e,
eoperioienaem.
d.innrf. fne tne wrM-etlin. tw. 8CT.I1S IS
S.l In witnesa whereof. I have hereon-
.wnw,...
Stove$; Tinware, Glass
'fffag Glasses, and all kinds of House .
V' -V " , Furnishing Goods. ' 1
I
t
RF.TA1L
LJ
aJ
H
3
O
- $$ijcm&.
LAIMPS AND LAMP FIXTUUES
use liriisliii Mi
Of.....
v. v.v.j ..r...F,.v . w , s ,...
Ciralen and Etinmeled Fionls. Ilrass and I'orceldlil
ItetlleM. Wooden Hiiro ot nil Kind. Manufacturer of
Tin, Copper und Mieet Irou
traJo. Urdcrs tuliulted Irom ounntry doulors. . ' v '
tViTfiPGUTTNO, ROOFING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY.
. BrSpecial Inducements offered to those who will bay a fall Outfit
for Housekeeping.; ' ' ' ; , , ' : i ' ' ' '
- Cull and ooinpure prices before 'purchasing elaevhere. ' ' ; c . Ifiopr .
F71
La
U LI I
'"' ':''. And Cloth, Cunvftss and Paper . v,.:n .. . .; i ., tf
1 .; ;' .:..' ":.! . . , .y , J
In Urge stock and prcat variety very low. Will trim wall pnpor for my
tomors without extra chatge. . .. . ...
7 ,7 -ANt)- -1 1 ' " . '' i
). Mr F
Celebrated Flower
Assorted varieties of each incladittg'everything grown in a flower or vegetable
gntucu. . ...
III
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just -;
received; atSISSOLYS. 7 7
w
VALLEY
THOROUGH WOIUOlANSIirp.
av-e-e)
Fine Material Used
i 111
PERFECT IN 1 TONE AND CONSTETJCTIOfi t
GREATEST DURABILITY ;
IS)
THE LOWEST PRICE,
in
A hicher recommendation of these
desired than tbe hnhierooa testimonials
given them the severest trials, Nothing
.....k i.:i. .i,.n.i;t. i.n:...ii.
iui;ii, n.ii.D .im uiiiii t id uii.tdiw.iit nuunicu, uvcrjr V Itllov VICIU IS UOb flu y
warranted lor five years but is guaranteed lo rive entlt ' 0
aatlNlacI Ion or to be retaroed aVour expense, .. r
bend for illustrated oittaloue with music.
I). II. BALDWIN &CO., '
' ; '' 1 -Dealers in Pianoa andOrganSj'1 i' '
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0..: l.l
!:!??T.i:t...-. .: ' J. S. IIULICK,
Agent for Vinton Conty, T
1 ; : ; '. " ' llnlbert Houae, McArthur tt
S3-
a.
Til -
; IPY0rJrOULD 00N3TJLT T0TJB ,
: INTE2EST, . '
' LOCK AT THIS OFFER..
25 PEECTDBCOpT;; v;
V . -On al. Styles for t ask! . L
.WE OFFER NONE BUT THE.
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
W . .V i.V k.t.UW.
A $190 orffan for.
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- Il .
' mo 7." , M
'. l a; ft , tl I.
i ':'- 4iu piano t
, , ,7 v.-' coo . . r.-..
. .. i. - . t-. --aatfl" chardtei auad Sabbautt
... . 1 1--. , 1. 1 . , .. , o , .
ti-u .n I . $eaU fornlalcd at
. i I.
itl. K.
I ' .7,7 i' i 8l, ' Io
H .JJ jl il- l
and QueenswziVeTLook-
DEALER IX
Jalni ' - " ' ' .-S I ''l
ware, both for wholesale and reVsil
mil-
pi
E'E M$S
and Garden Seedss
,, ,
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In ranufacturci
1 :.l"' . : !.
excellent inBtrnmsnls con Id net k.
from those who have used them si r
can be eurrerior to their liitht, delical - .
v vr.ii-rt ' '
o-. VI.
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o;i
.... 150
.... 170,,. j;--v
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4sJ
ii A.- MtiTIflJ
fa
wholeanlej ratrw. -
CARCSa
f Marte " , .ii 7t
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