THE VINTON RECORD.
THUKSDA Y.JULY 10, 1874.
Elsewhere we publish a call
for an Anti Liceuse meeting to
be held on the 23 J. ' We are
notia tyiiipatliy wiih the call
ers of the meetiug, and hope
thejr will not he able to en
graft their theories into the
sew constitution. If (he adop
tion ol the anti-license clause
would effect what its friends
desire we would lavor its adop
tion,' but twenty-two years oi
Iree whisky traffic has satisfied
na ot its failure. No' friend ol
temperance-should wish to en
graft another twenty years
like the past upon us.
One of the'im mediate effects
of the. adoption othe anti
license section would be to al
lay all temperance agitation.
Elated bj their supposed vic
tory 'the temperance people
wonld retire as they did in 1852
and the . whisky 'men' would
quietly: take possession of the
field and secure the real spoils
of victory. The . adoption of
the license clause will force an
agitation of (he question every
time a Legislature is to be
elected until the business Is
under-control. We .want" to
see it agitated. We never want
to see a time again, as we have
seen under the anti-liceriRe
laws, jwhich strangely enough'
many earnest temperance peo
ple are seeking to perpetuate,
when the good women of the
land will have to kneel in the
mud and slush of the ' gutters
and beseech saloon keepers
not to make maniacs of their
sons and husbands. If anti-
license has proved itself such
a failure, for ourselves, we
want to try license, coup
led with local option. It can't
make 'matters any worse; we
believe it will make them better.
Tub Jackson Standard wants
to know when it approved an
organization of 'the iron men
ot this district. Several years
ago when theiurnacemen were
organized under the name of
the Hanging . Rock Iron Man
ufactures Association, or some
thing similar. Or still later
Mr. Slackley was a member of
the Southern Ohio Editorial
Union, an '-' association' whose
object is to promote the inter
ests ot publishers, in tbe same
manner that the Grangers pro
pose to promote their interests.
There is about as much danger
ol one ajsoclation stealing all
the railroads, or mixing in and
controlling politics," or doing
any other outlandish, dishon
est or rascally thing, as their
is of the other.
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE,
Supervisor's Office, Dis. of Ohio & Ind.
Newcastle, Ind., July 1st, 1874.
HON. B. F. COATES,
Collector 11th Dist. of Ohio.
' Sib : John T. Uogue,
,Esj., Revenue Agent - under
my direction, examined the
office of the Collector of the
11th District, Ohio, and has
fled in this office a report of
tfia " ft. m aa Tt nfrrirrla fna'nlAna
-ore to eongratulate a public
officer in i.na faithful discharge
of his (dSciat duties.
THa . rennrt satisfies me that
your office has been adminis
tered with care and ability, lor
which yon have my thinks.
SIMON T. POWELL,
Supervisor Int. Rev.
called fire-crackers have cost'
more this last Fourth' in Amer
ica than all the Amusement
they ', have afforded , since the
Chinese invented them would
be worth, it it was rendered
down. T-faink of five hundred
and ninety - thousand dollars
worth of fire cracker, enjoy
ment in one. chunk.
Flft-eraektn tort Alleghany CitT
m u Hudwa,, .
- ' 84,1100
Ekgagemekts are published I
in the German papers and,
Bprnetimea the breaking off of
' President Lsngley addressed
a large, and ".enthusiastic rail
road meeting in Circleville on
Saturday tvetnrg, June' 27,
in behalf of the CMiteruulated
railroad Irein Circleville to
McArtl-ur. lie complained
trial Logan, although the point
originally.' intended to be
reached with his railroad, had
done noth iig and had given no
assurance that anything would
be done, and: that the' enter
priBe he was controlling would
look to any friends that would
extend encouragement. If Cir
cleville would assist in building
the road to Kama's J unction,! he
route -to Logan would be aban
doned. From the expression of the
meeting it Is plain that Circle
ville will at once avail herself
ot the offer made by Mr. Lang:
ley, and our Login folks will
wake up some morning Irem
sleep of inaction to find,
.selves left out in the cold
and the road which would ol
all, others add most to our
prosperity, be diverted elser
where. If our citizens ever
Intend doing anything now is
the time. '
A BKAUTIFL1 boquet was vot
ed Moses J. Morgan of Jackson,
as the ugliest ina,n in the vil
lage. Mackley came within
one vote of carrying off the
prize, and complains' that be
was counted outby ."skuldug
gery," and can beat Morgan on a
square vote the ugliest da? he
ever Saw.i'n his life. ) :
, ..mi, 1 .
Aj)eSTRUCTiva;flre broke oat
in Circleville, on the 4tb,' de
stroying thirteen, buildings,
and resulting in a loss ot $21),-
000, only about $3,000 being
covered by insurance. : It orig
inated fu the root of the mar
ket house, and was caused by.
a boy and a fire-cracker.
Tug. Circleville Herald and
Union says the people of this
district can not make any bet
ter Use of lion. US. Bundy
than to send him to Congress
for another term. All of which
we verily believe to be true.
Tub Athens Messenger, haul
ed an ex-county official over
the coals much to his disgust,
whereupon aji action for libel
was commenced. . It Only took
the jury ten minutes to find in
favor. of Jennings, the editor of
the Messenger.!1 .
An officer in the Washington
Navy yard announces that be
has an old and reliable bunion
which he ii desirous of ex-1
changing for a modern sort ot
barometer that will not get so
excited at every little shower
that comes up. .
. Our Congressional district is
entitled to a. cadet at West
Point. Our congressman, Mr
Bundy, is requested to fill Ihe
vacancy by the 25th of Au
gust next.' ' .
A Japanese young iady, who
came over three years ago,
bore oil four ol Ihe highest
prizes at a Washington semi
nary lastweek. .
Mrs. Stanton predicts that
within the next live years wo
men will be admitted to every
institution ' of learning in the
G.tN Thos. Ewiso is talked of
aa Democratic candidate 'for
Congress in the Lancauter dis
trict. . . ,
. If there ia one tirue more
man anotner wnen a woman
should be entirely ' alone it is
whei a line' full of clothes
tomea down in tbe mod.: '
At Ponjeroy . and vicinity,
more than a million barrels are
used yearly 'in picking and
shipping salt. ' .
Tbk Supreme Court has re
fused Daugherty, the Lancaster
murderer, a new trial. Ie will
be bung-on tbe 31st of fu!y. ,.
Thb public aiatement, just is
sued, shows a reduction ot$2,
Thk month o June was the
holiest tnontbr lof the ; past
. J m . . . i
Din eieen years. .'-'-ji' -
State of Ohio Vinton County,..
Will & Co., plaintiff,
''' AgaiM - - , '
Jani")g Kenned & wife defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Plea. An (Jrdtr of SaU..i .
PTTRSDANf lo Ine. enminand of an Order
of hale laaued from tbe Court of Cnjnmo-i
Plea, of Vinton county nail torn drected
a hhenflof raid county, I will otter far nla
al the dixit of the Coort Houae, in the Iowa
of MoArlhur, Violou county, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 1 5th Day of Angnst,
althe honr ofl o'clock, P. M. ofeatd day tho
loll .wing landa end tenement., t" wit: the
nnnh-we.l quarter of the norlheaat qnarler
of aectinn twenty-four, tonhip ten (to)
range euleen. (Itll Ohio Jompanye.punhaae,
conam'ng 'oity (4U) acra more orleaaeod
being and lying in V nion county, Onio.-'
Ainraieed at three hnu'lre-l and fifty dollar
(3f) and muni bniiy taro-thinta of that fcinn .
To be KOld ah the orop. rtf of -Urne. Kenne.
dy and arte la wii fy an or lar nf ,n, ii.m d
from the Court of Common Pitas in furor ol
WilHtJo. , . .
TERMS OF 8ALE-f:h.
bhrrul o. Vtnioo County.
H. 0. Jom, Alt'y for nlwniiit.
July lOih, 1874. '5m
THE MODEL BAKER
Ts another evidence of the ndvance
meni of man'i inirenuity : Although it
is a simple cooking utensil itishe
noa8etioia reaure. ..can
-1? W " CQoki.nK 'to!e n l'
hdanteu to all the purpoaes of I'akina
bousehold treasure. It can
dariteQ to all the purposes of 1'aking
browning, Stewing, Broilinsr,' Coasting,
Frylnj:, etc. It is air-tight, and there
fore retains all the ' steuro and flavor
ruined by tbe heat, nuking food, more
healthful and more nutritious. It re
quires no winter, bastinz or attenti6n
whatever during the, cooking process.
The Model linker iV for sale by
Preston Vandervort, Hulbert IIotiAe,
JilcArthur l'eriions wishing to test it
will cal) .as above. I will eell single
linkers or will dispose of Ihe right fur
Vinton oounty. 1 i; .
The following persons have teted
the Model linker and I refer1 tb them
for evidence that it will do all that.is
Claimed fur it: .
; T. B. Davis and wife, Oeorje Lant.
and wife, M K. Barnes and wile, E. P.
Bothwell, Alex.' Pearceatid.wifa. John.
Jones and wife, J. S Will and wife, E.
A Bratton and wife, L, 0. Perdue and
wife, J. a Huhn and .wife, Q. W.
Brunton find wife, Hiram Ilulliert, nlso
the boarders at the Hulbert Hduse, tl.
C. Jones and wife, D V. Itahnells and
State of OMoy Vinton Co.,.
r . . ... "
Bennett M. Clark, plaintiff,
Cornelius Karns, etal, defendant.
In' Vinton County Comt of
i'fta. An Order oj is
"RURSUANT to the command cf an nrtfer
X of Bale iasned fiom the (!ourt or Corn
mon Pleaa of Vinton county, and to me di
rected a. Hheriff and 8pacial MHater Com
micaionerot aaid ooun y, 1 wit) otfcrtoraale
at the door of the Coin! Hon-e, in Ihe town. of
MoArlhur, Viuton county, Ohio, on
at Ihe hour ofl o'clock P. H. of enid day, Ihe
followinit described landa and lenemeiua, an
uale in Vinton 'loUDty, Ohio, and bounded
and deacribed ar tollnw., to wit: The north
half of the aouth-eaal quarlerand tbe noun-
eiiHt quarter of the onth-weai quaiter of aeo
tion llnNylliree 133) towahm twele. (l'J) of
raiute aeventeen (17) containing one hundred
and Iwentv (I2i) acrei more or lean and lying
and being in Ihe d'trk-l of landa subject to
aide at Chillicothe. Ohio. .
AnnraiaHd at four thcuaanu and eixlil Hun
dred dollnra il4.bU0) a d must bring two
thirda of that aum.
To be aold a. the property or uorneiiu.
Kama, toaatialy an order of wle, issued Irom
the Pourt of Common Pleaa in favor ol Beu-
oet M .t'lark.
TERM3 OF 8ALh-rah.
bheritt of Vinton County aud Bpecutl Mas
J. M. McI.illiIbai, Attorney for plaintiff.
July 0, 1871. ' w
La Creme de la Creme. No. 4 Mnce, 60c.
CuntaiiiH tin Ihe bea, Barrandle, l.y
Kunei The Break of Pay. Re.erie, by
Arditi; La Bnllenna, Pnlkahy Lmhner;
W ni-n the Swallow. Homi ward k'ly, by
Oealen; Eaplegleriaa, Capnoe by. End
hard A piet-ea f"r V)o.
Lb Creme fy U r A nt la
Vren.U 11 C M fNa.fi.
Coniaina ti e lidlowinn miMicj SOc.
Mountain stream. .Caprice, by S. fmith;.'
Count on Me Onion, hy ,lac6by;-Rrasi"
oaa, Romance, by Thalbera;; I'ancwg,
I,e?ea, ln-t., hy Mattel May B re flee,
Inat., hy I.unge 1 plecea for 60o.
. t:oniain the followinv mu.ic- ' 60o.
Chant du Bivouc, Tranx-rlptinn, by
Ketterer; Thne Own, Midodie, by
l.anfte. ft plecea fur 60c.
i-ont.in Ihn loll'iwinn niuaic, iricn, HOC,
Two aonga by Hava, two tv Dinka, one
by Maywood, a aoied Qi.a'telte by
Thorn', a Konrhund Piece a Quick -alep,
an eaay Min:h, and beautiful
Fantaaie, by Kinkel. Hi pieces for 30c
PM.ra'nnoT Dlln Maaleal
Monthly.r UO I rnl Ulo, 8I
eontaina the following mnaio, price. 30c.
Two ncwaonga by Have, .tine hy Pratt,
. one hy Plewart, a trio loi female Tnicea,
hy Ahl; a bacred Quartette by I'anka,
two Polkae,apreUyWais,anda Maich.
11 plecea fur Son.
On EEOEIPTof thelf ARKED PEICE
AddreaaJ ti. PFTKRS, P. O Box. 8429.-,
ft! Hroadway,New York, opposite Metrop
olliteo Hotel. .
Logan Sentinel. NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
NOTICE te hereby given ihat sealed propo
aala till be received at Ihe
: Mo AliTl-IUR,
VI ntp'n Count Y, Ohio, '
' Until ' . f , ...
a o'Cloob:. i.
Monday, Julj .27,-1874. ! s ;
' lor the building ot .
OaiCovirau B inoa with Bto Aatrraarra
Aeroaa Big Raccoon Creek, in Wilkeavilla
Townahl p. near Harnee' H ill, on, the road lead
ing Irom BarneV Mill to Vinton
Omc CofMrt ril KUi Heme Almtrunlt,
in Swan townahip near the legidenoe of
tieorge W. Johnaon. 'nd
oaa covina anooa with axon lacTaiara,
m Awnn townnhip, Dear the realdenoeofSima
eon Morgan, on the toad leading from Ply
inoath to Bioomingville. . ,,
Plans and Specifications
Are ou hie lor in.nlion at (lie Audor .
Ofnee. Aad the Uounty Comaiiaaionera' do
hereby invite -
Proposals On Any Other Plan
Than thoae on Die at rhe Aaditor'e office, at
the option of bidilera; but propoaala on other
plana are required to be accompanied with
plana and apecibrationa, netting forth the
number of a pane, the length of each, Ihe na'
lure, qnauty ana mee of the roatermht to be
naed in the erection of Ihe tame, the etrength
of the .trrcture when completed, the aepa
rate ooat of the bawe and auperairucttire.and,
alaa whettier there ia any piuea-. right an the
ropoeed. plao.anti, ktao.oo what part, if not
i the whole - All propoaala muat ke aocom
pamed.with a bond, in double the amount of
aieehbid, with at ieaet two good eoreliea.
. 1 he Comeniaeiooera, however, reserve the
right to reject aavoi.U bida. , '; , ,;
hi order ol the Commieaiooei.
1 . ' '.j .Iff ,. W, W. BKLFORD,. m1
I auuiwr oi v inton uouniv. .
- joiyvim. 't. . u-- . j
A.hleta, the Heae af Ilrary C lay, and
VU ra.lMia t , U.r llca Ol in aeT
ial oow. Hn col nit io operation, with
Ihrir aebaaie Ctiltie.. prolaiaora and la.
irucUns.wub an a.eiaftepf n.nre tlun
atiidi-nts acti aMoa noi- the nr. Ki
mj low. lioo.l boarding tVrm It lo 15 par
eek. e.lontK nreconn Mon.lat mrrp
lemher. Fnr-caUloKue or ui her uiforrinUon
art.reaa. mloatng atHinp. - - -
J. B. DOW .MAN, Ucaaat, Ben tacky V
Lcsluataa. Hy. . . . . !
ONE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Michigan Lands
The fraud Saultaml JaiUaau flu frond haa bean
llmahtd Still nulea long, and ita entire land
Ia Fannlna I.anda ta Actual Seller, for
Individual, er Celoalea, .,
SPECIAL BARGAINS for . 1874.
100,010 Wee have' lieen aold already. TVe
lands are wail limtrei, rdakiog Ibe; beat
kind of faim. Slron aoila l great prndiie
mg pnwr Ea.ily rt-fc hed by mil or water.
Ovid Ma-hit. Hailroad rnna- Ihinii'ih the
(rant HichlK"" on' ' "e (Mil fadrtodand
11 oat proeperoua Plalea in the Went. Ita
lekoolt te arawifi Ita hnancial atarding
No 1. Nodiltii'iillrintMnaporliitliin. Peai-e
and proMperity are In ita border Land, from
II to td iwr acre. Tim MinVient. Interest
7 per neiiL W. A. HOWAlt l,'
Land t'Vmimiaaioner 'iraild Kapma, Mhih.
P. K, I'lKKCE, Bccr l and Ueparttnent.
THEDEVOE M'G CO .PR'S NVAVYORK
awaaaaaaaaiawai Aur.N'r-: aaaaaaBiMaa
' . Tbe Hianaard Oil Ca4
John All.ton fc Co., A. nay ward,
SAFE. BEYOND ALL CHAUGE.
Tha FineBt UluminatoT intne World
Can be burned In llie ordinary croaene
Lamps, and .linuld be uafd by all who wieh
the hct liuhl that can be had. While aa aale
or infer- than Headlight jil, will burn wuh
grealor btilliaocy ami without odor, without
moUe, and to the l atdrop in the lamp.' If
you are u.lnecommon Btroaeneao noi e.
pofe your lite to Ihe rink of a Karoaene aci.
dent One moment longer, but get Devae'i
llrllliant Oil. whu-b it wife heyoiid all vhunoe.
Mad Jot circular to Uu xeamtfirm at abet. !
A splendid paying
eaa lor your
your entire lime.al
nTTITITTTm TlTJ'PTihmne or tra.eling,
UU11X1 X XlXJJJyouiig or old ol ei
ther ex. A amandin ami oomplete outfit aent
tree lo thoae who will act aa our agenta. cjo
capital required. We muat have an agent in
e ery loan. .Write at once, and eecure the
auency. Addreaa alden. Uall Co.. B n.
uow.rd St., baltiinore, na.
.pSYCOMNCY,0R 80UL CHARM INO"
L How either eex may faacii ale and gain
the love and atlwtinrn of any person they
choo.es inatanlly Thia aimple menial ac
nmrement all can poaaeaa, free by mall loril
cental toelherwiihalBrnaue 'uide.Egypt-
inn Oracle, nreama, ninia i laoiea a oncer
book ItM.ftoo .old Adilreaa T WILLIAM a
CO Pubh.bera, Philadelphia. . "
STtlDKNTS, TecHaa, MixiaTiaa alto
Aiican make S0 per month aellmg the
new llluatrnted Ptnplt't Statvlati Edition if 7fo
ty DiMe," with ila hialonea, aldn and dictiona
ry. Beat and cheapest. Extra term.. Omfil
fray. Write at once and aei-ure work. Ad.
dreia Zl K'-LKR A MoCURI'Y, Cincinnati, 0
The tinileraiined having formed a co-part-
nerahi p under the Arm name of
McOOMMON & ' EVANS,
Ladies'.and Gents' Gold and
ffgl Guard und OperaChalne
Solid Sliver and PlatedWare
Lazarna and Slorrla' Iuiproved 8pecta
FINE CUTLERS GOOD PENS, 40.,
And every ihmg kept ,n a
' ' '
FIRST CLASS JELEY STOEE.
Wedding rings and hair jewelry made to or
Kepa-ring of watches, olocka, and tewelry a
Noelinrge for engraving goods bought at
ineir aiorn. .
' Kor correct time take it from their chrono)
meter Ihe ouly ooe in the city. ,
Next Door to Warner fioase, 56
Faint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. S. Mf CO m MON;
GET THE BEST
I HAVE re-openad myeoal bank, and, am
prepared to till onler. fur coal inqtiantitiea
to pint purchasers. I will aell' a cheap aa
cent of the aaine quality can be nbtainedeie-
where. Jinuo i. vt in i tio
Sheriff Sale of Real
. . Estate.
Jofcn M. Sloan, Plaintiff,
'..: '' Againsi ' ,
Thomns M, Ljtle, et al, Defendants,
OST AW ORDER OF SALE.
The State af Ohio. Viuton Ceanty, a,
XTOT'CK li hereby aiven that I will offer
ll for .ale at puMio auction at the door of
Ihe court Houee In tne towu ot MCArtnur,
Vinton L'ountv. Ohio, on
Saturday. - July 18, A. 'D. 1874
at one otclock. P. M. of aald day. 'The tin
diviued fire-anthr 6-6 of the foilnaing real
eatete aituated in the county of Ttnton and
State 01 Ohio, and in Richland and Hnrriaon
lowDshtpaann bounded aim uetcribed aa fol
low, to wit: The eouth half of Ihe north
wet quarter ofaeclion Ihuly one, 31 in ton ,
ahlD nine. 9 ramie eishte.n, 18. AUo the
noith eat-t quarter of the ncrlh waat quarter,
ana ine norm west quarter ot tne nortn-eaai
quarter el aet'tion thirty-one, SI Intownahip
and range aforeaa.d. Aiao the aoiuheaet
quaiter ol the aorth-eaat quarter rf lection
thirtyaix 34 io township nine 9 ol range nine
teer-,1. Alao lha north-weal quarter of the
nortn-weat quarter ot section tmriy-one, si.
Alao the eouth-weal quarwr of the aotith-
weal quarter of aectlon thirty. 30 toanahiD
nine, 9 range-eighteen, 18 aave and except the
north-weat quarter of the nor.h-eaat quarter
of aeetion tbi.toi.e, 31 townaaip niae, 9
range eighteen, 18 being the same landa con
eyed t J. H. Ljlle.bv Ucorge Im-kinfon and
wile by deed dated October 28, 1871 and coo
laining two humtred and eighty Iwo isl acres
more or leea. aave and except twentv W aoie.
oil the noith end ol the aouih-west quarter of
ipe aouin weei qnarierot aecnon tniny, w
lownabtp nine, V lange eighteen, 18 running
parade east and west. "
Appiaietd at one thouaand eight hnndred
and Ihirty.lour dollnra, ll.Kal and muat bnug
tacMhird. of that aum.
TBKMoOFtiALIC Oa.h on day of eale.
To be MM aa Ihe properly of t boa M. Ly-
tie, ei at, to aauaiy an omer or aaie ia lavor
of John 41. Mloan, leaued from the ourt of
mmiia fl.au of Viotoo county, Ohio, and
to me dilected aa t-ban It el aaid county. '
' Given -utder my band inn 18th day of June.
A. I). 1W4,
,. ' JBXOJROE HAX.KR,
1 bheritt Vinten t'-uoly.
fane 18.I8T4. .. i, ... .
' .. . .it i , , ..i i lli .i
Dooe , Neatly .and t if rpmptly,
DK. W.G. CLIN E& SON.
" Wilkesville, Vinton Co.; Ohio,"
' : .' ' .': '. ' : . i 1 t :" ' ' - ' '
HAVE fitted up their new and ooramodiou etore-ronm In anperb style ionr
neither time or money to render it equal in arohiteoturul ttyle to any
room in Southern Ohio, and have repleniahed their former etook of Drugiy
Paints, Olli, Dye StntTs, Patent and Family Medicines to repfetibn, to
which they have ad led a full Bad complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobaeoo
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash, . ; -. '
TI1G BHOKEU'S OFFICE
will be conducted la' the establishment as heretofore. . Monies loaned and pa
por tfisoonnted. .!.:!
. . . . ' . . . : i i
- In connection with the Medical Department will be established a
for the better treatment of all chronic and surgical diseaaes and deformities
under a corps of direotors who will employ nothing but first-class" medioa! tal
ent ss operatives in the Institute. : '
Patients cad be, accommodated aftej the first of October with boarding,
lodging and nursing ai rates far 'below what can be afforded at similar insti
tutions in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any
wheia. ' :.; ' ' " ' ' ;'- :
Fresh for the Spring .Trade
W0LF,'PEAE0E & 00.'S
BOILED AI D BAW, OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD.
Color Ground in Oil. . ,
Paint and Tarnish UruNhei,
Also a full line of
PL'RE FHESfl DRUGS'&CDESIfiALS
Everything at the eery Lowest rri
6 . o
; Ba -S i W e-i
evZ: g O
cs. s $ d
CT) rr, ? r-i
71. a. '2 a t
3 5 s i
ir a ert
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a, kl QJ "T -. -H
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PAINLESS OPIUM CURE,
The only aueeeaafut remedy of Ihe tireaent
day. Cures anihoui pain. Heatorea the nert
von ayalem ana hrajlhj conditi in, 1 Bend for
paper na opium eatmit, ronquncee and
cure. P. O. Box ilb, Laporle, ind. , ,
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Kemp Kuulkner, deceased.
ri'HE underaigned haa been appointed and
Jl qualiDed aa adminialralnr ol the eatate of
Kemp Faulkner, late of Vinton county, do
eeaaed, -. . .
fated this Sith dav nf May. 174. '
. .. tVWAKUU. WALLKK.
HORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTON, Lviader.
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
nATINO lately purchaeed new and Knnda
aome band wagnn. and are prepared to
fnrnleh good mu.io on application, to all
point. In this or adjoining, vounliea. Adilreaa.
a above. i; aiuntm
D an Sewing SlarMet aieee the beet nlufacticn lo Ihe
anr, h mid lor mot readih. and it I lit beet al aft I
tell. Jlhere i no Domestic" agent iN.wnm loam,
afpl, lo UVMthTIC S. M. CO., Arm fort. , ,
LAD1EH SEND for eleant Faabloa Dook
NEW SPRING STOCK
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
Kcw Sljles of -
. -.IN ALL NEW SIIADEd, .
Edgings. ' '''.' ''. '
' Trimmings, '
Laces, " '
'. Corsets, Etc.
Also a large assnrtmentof
Bleaching, Pressing, Efftirdeirg.
and all kinds of Millinery
Work done to Order on
Give d a call We will .el' lower
J. P. A C. A. DUXKI, ,
Main at MoArthu 0.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRANK I1ELL31 AN, Agent,
At hia ne placef bualbeaai
COSTS BLOCK, OPPOSITE UUION
. ' HOUSE.
- ' . HA9THB - ' ;
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER brought to thia market, embracing
II Ihe luteal aad moat bahioaaUe etylea,
rui in accordance with Ihe lateat faahiona.
When you want a nobhjr auit don't fail lo call
od franc, ue aiee luia and
Makes Garments to Ordei.
and haa a full line of
II ATS AND CAPS, &C.
All clothing marked down lo the LOW.
ut inlaw, Utve meaoHll and 1 wil
warrant aahefaction ,
SJapr ; . . -FRANK HELLMAN.
AGENTS WANTED! n
To tell, direct lo waaair,Tai OaonaD.waLt; or
' THK AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
- 1 1 of ib : !!';; "
By J. Periam, enltor Weafem Rural, Ohieago
Complete and reliables KVra a le aaaaiy,
1874 I erla-laal iwrtraita; lu other engra
Tinga. .M-Tbia great work la Urn In price and
Mia be) Ibeemande' fo.r term, tern lory, et
dreea K. HANlAF"RD A CO., fubliahrre,
JW W.4th 'OtoeiaBatM j ...
.. CiPTJO.-Infcrlor worK mere ccmpOetice,
are baling ohed. I Dp no be imrioaed on.
Mr. Pemam'a arork la fnll. mmilu.. i
eadoreed by the w.tam leaoara.. Mem aiiw lo,
H r a-W
U a effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER c AGUE
aa the Sulphate In the aaine doaea, while It afort
th eJ leaa, la more palatable and mack cheap.
Semi mr deaerlpUve Clrenlar with reMieaiitfe
j'AjyaieiaM.j from all parte of the country. -
rf Sample packagua for trial, IS rente.
Preparrd by BIIXINOS. CLAi'r CO, JkUaaAa,
tufliif Cbeaiiata, Buaton, Alaaa. .'
A DAY GUARANTEED aeiajaw,
WELL AUGER A DRILL laooetl
'territory. Eadorted by Ooveraera
C ef IOWA. ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
t Bauipitt. ff.fln.I3.Bt.taiiU,Kai ,
Sa v e Fifty Dollars I
The New IXORENCE
., ..ii,k...l lUnima UaCktm.
lAiiin au a . - - " .
IsAVEB, 30. by buying the Flareaee,
E fecial Immt Hi elmlm a ad dealer.
Bndfcr circulate a lit
FlenmceS. f. Da ., ftnaa. Kcal.,
Or M OmUirio Street. I'.Woad. Or
Wanted- A Partner.
A 81 LENT or active partner to'lnveat .500
In an eatabliahed bue.neaa in MoArthurj
Bu.ineea pays, bul-riilrea more capital
thuli I am able to command.-Addreaa HART
NKK or make pnraona) application at this
Begt to tnrtOi ftitention to hit hrix xnd
irni'llTi siovHt onepuu n luwtat
In large a apply.
of all kmcla.
Black a lid Colored Silk
' eMohalrtaitd 1lpacca$,
Jllack& Color dGrenadlnes
A large .lock of
BRUSSELS and UTGIlellJir
Mattings &Window Shades
R. n. SMAKT.
Cottage Coor Faints,
. tLOOte 1 1. SO per Gallon.
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
dtouvD ix Oil, -.- - - - SOcpergal.
LIQUID SLATE RCOF PA1UT, '
Fiaa Paiink - - - - - - 11.15 r gal.
' PATENT PETROLEUM LINSEED OIL,
Wnrka In all Hainla aa Boiled Llneeed, only
60j. per sal. e
MACHINERY OILS, '
EG. KEMRT'8 PATENT 8BE"M OII1.00
ENOI..B-OIU ------- ' is
FILTERfcn ROCK LUBRICATING OIL, 60
Bend for carda of colore and circulars.
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,
. 11 MAIDEN LAKE, HEW YORK.
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