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THE VINTON RECORD.
;U oA urn UK, OH I o,
THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1874.
Whisky—Free Trade vs. Reseriction
. . i .. itncuuu. :
Whisky—Free Trade vs. Reseriction To the Editor of the Vinton Record.
r It u ft fact recognized by ev
ery observant, intelligent per
too that the liquor dealer of
the State, wholesale and retail,
real and small, by association
nd in detail, are opposed to
license. In the cities, where
the traflq has been as free as
the wind, the liquor dealers
we' a unit in opposition the
same unanimity is rapidly ap
proaching in the country deal-
' era,' They claim that their
trade is legitimate,' and should
be left aa free as the trade in
any other branch of .business.
They deny that they should be
compelled to pay any thing
lor selling corn distilled, or be
placed under restriction, while
men trade freely in corn ondis
tilled, and it' is the natural po
sition of the liquor dealer, self
preservation being the first
law ot nature. A liquor deal
er opposes license, because he
ees in it a severe bio n If not
a latali one, to unrestrained
traffic But the strange, un
natural part of this whole mat
ter is that the enthusiastic tern
' perance people should join
. hands with the distillers and
wholesale and retail dealers
and make an open fight with
them for free trade in whisky.
It can be accounted for only
upon one of two propositions.
One it that the mass of the
temperance people are misled
they see the evil, and say
let us atop its ravages; they do
not reason as to the manner of
stopping its ravages, but blind
" ly say "free trade in whisky."
That is what we have had for
over twenty years and they
ay practically, let ns noHnter.
fere with it by encumbering
the trade in any way.
. The Legislature has done
very thing in its power under
our present Constitution to
embarrass the business of deal
ing in liquors in the State. So
far has it gone that the temper
ance people have petitioned it
to cease legislating and allow
the law to remain as it is, and
in fact the most enthusiastic
temperance men fail to Bug
gest any reasonable amend
men. to the present law
which can be enacted under
ur present Constitution. Now,
the liquor dealers seeing this,
do not desire any more power
or authority given to the Gen
eral Assembly, and the good
temperance folks, overflowing
with enthusiasm, but fearfully
deficient in discretion, "come
op to the help of the mighty
against the Lord, and say, let
us not give the Legislature any
chance to do any thing more
Ibsn they have done.
We; say there are a great
. many honest, mistaken" people
we believe there are some
. Who act in bad faith who are
in favor ot the dealers, yet cry,
No license," under the cloak of
-temperance. "If temperance
f eoplewould inform themselves
of . the 'operation of a license
system, and think for a mo
ment what the proposition ac
lually contains, tbey would
abandon the company they are
xeeping ana turn over to the
side of temperance in fact, in-
ieaa or cooperating wuh
whisky rings and whisky bum
mers, in favor of freo trade- in
the liquid fire." Yours, .
The Atlantic Cables.
The cable of 1866, it will be
remembered, was broken last
jear, and could not be nsed lor
-the transmission of telegrams
business having during the
wiilex and spring been con
f ned -to the other English and
the French cable. The an
nouncement is now made that
nr Tuesday the broken cable
.WaS aoecesstally repaired, and
"la now in working order. All
1 three are in operation, and the
-. Anglo-American -cable coropa--.V
ay-will aoon lay a fcmrlh. The
j OfpoeiUod able, the section
' . of .jrnica between Ilalkax and
vjfcjr Hampshire was finished
- J lew ' days ago, will also be
teapleted aciosi the ocean in
na abort time. With five cables
'-' between England and Ameri
; ), there ia no reason why
the present exhorbitant- tolls
should not be reduced.
Chattanooga Daily Commercial.
OBITUARY.
Gen. T. R. Stanley.
General T. II. Stanley was
born near II art ford, Conn.,
May 14lh1810, and emigrated
with his parents, to Maiiotia,
01iio, tn 1815. "Upon the early
death ol his father he beg in
life foi himself aud obtained
8U5I1 discipline as' strengthen
ed his future character. He
represented Lawrence county
in the Ohio Legislature in 1846,
and was State Senator in 1860
for Meigs, Gallia, Virion and
Jackson counties. The iron in
terests of Southern -Ohio were
greatly promoted by bis influ
ence. lie was a leading mem
ber of the company which
buiK the Eagle Furnace.
Bis earnest sympathy and
convictions led him to expose
his life to save his country
from dismemberment,
tie entered the army as Col
one! of the 18th Infantry, Ohio
Volunteers, and served first ic
Went Virginia; afterwards be
reorganized the regiment and
ed it atStoneRirer.Chickamau
ga, and other closely contested
fields. Much of the time bis
command embraced a brigade
or di ision, and the brevet rank
ot Brigadier General haB been
seldom more worthily bestowed
He came early to Chattanooga,
and wuh lor a considerable
lime commander ol the Post.
Many whose sympathies and ef
forts were opposed to General
Stanley's have given voluntary
testimony to his magnanimity.
., When the war was over he
established the law firm of
Stanley, Henderson & Wheel
er, now Wheeler & Marshall,
which dates early in 1865. La
ter in the same year he, with
others, founded the First Na
tional Bank, of which he. re
mained the Vice President to
his death.
Gen. Stanley has -lour .living
sons , who we all copyiiig Hie
excellent . example of their
father. Two are ministers
One of theRe, Rev. T. vV. Stan
ley, of the Ohio Conference,
has been for years annually
elected Secretary ol that body.
Rev. Geo. Stanley, of Califor
nia, for conscience sake, left
more promising fields to serve
in missionary work in the far
West. Another eon, Henry,
is extensively engaged in bus
iness in the same Slate, while
Mr. Charles Stanley, Treasurer
of this city, is too well known
to require a further notice. Ia
anything more honorable to
the dead father than the known
virtue ol living children.
Uen. Stanley has been for
five years a suflerer from paral
ysis, which gradually under
mined his powerful frame. To
the last he preserved his love
lor the duties of religion, and
almost to I be last a joy in the
society of his Iriends.
. We can not forbear to note
the pointed devotion ol bis ex
cellent wife during all these
years of his suffering. Her
uuijr uuue ia uvr uesi reward.
In mind and morals, as in
person, lien. Stanley was su
perior to mok9t of bis race.
During the war no soldi. r was
turned .away by his (ei'jineH.
and no superior officer but
heard his opinions with respect.
Hi sense of duty was the rul
ing impulse of bis treatment,
and those in low degree were
protected by it, and those in
high degree were forced to re
spect it.
The Alethodist Church, of
which be wan many years a
member, was cherished by him;
especially in this city has be
been regarded as a leader and
chief reliance by both pastor
and people.
Such men as Gen. Stanley
are the reserve forces or socie
ty, and in need can be called
to fill the roost exalted posi
lions, or remain content in
humbler life..
More stars would not have
oppressed bis strong shoulders,
nor been unworthily borne.
tie has served his generation
well, and the honors he reaped
here were less his caro than
the glory ol the hereafter. If
the stirs on his shoulders were
loo few, those which shall shine
forever in bis heavenly crown
may be numberless.
IIG
WE are now offering our entire stock of Summpr Goods consisting In
part of Parasols. J ans, Summer Hats, Ac, at less than the wholesale
prices, lu order to close out belore September 1st.
Fans worth $1.50 at $1.00
" ;; 1.25 " .75
I 1.00 " .65
.75 " .50
Parasols worth $3.75 at $3.00
; 3.25 at 2.75 ,
2.75 at 2.25-
' 2.00 at 1.25
" ' 1.00 at .65
" ,75 at .50
Now is the time to buy as we are determined to sell regardless of cost.
R.S.& J. W.WILCOX,
Hanxlcn, O.
EXEELSIDR DRUG STORE 1
DR. W. C, CLINE & SON.
Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio,
. . . " s
UAVE fitted op their new and commodious store-room in superb style spar
neither time or money to reo.ler it equal in arohiteotural style to any
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former stock of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, to
which they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobacco
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash.
THE BROKER'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pa
per discounted. ' ' . ,
In connection with the Medical Department will be established a
Mica
ill Sip
lor tbo better treatment of all chronio and su,gica) diseases and deformities
under a corps of direotors who will employ nothing but first-oluss medical tali
ent as operatives in the Institute.
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with boarding.
lodging and nursing at rates fur below what can be afforded at similar insti
tutions in the cities, and aa good medical attendant oan ba procured nv
wheie.
OUT SALE
Ell
So many people ere out cf
employment just now that
there ia everywhere h great
rush for situations. ; Twelve
poor devils have already eignl
tied their intention to become
Governor of New Jersey.
If the new roHd to McArlhur
Station is to be of any benefit
o the public during the com
ing winter, it should be opened
a id put in running order with
out further delay. Where is
the Supervisor!
Rev. Abeknatut, jf Hamdrn
M. E. church, and Rev. J. E
Johnson of the McArlhur Pres
bytenan .church, exchanged
pulpits last Sunday, and each
preached to large and interest
ed congrpgations.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NOTICE.
THE lady (hat myaelr and nthera have aean
wearing my hreaet pin, that waa taken
from I'ariua tiold'a aonie fife yeara aio, will
fate trouble and exprnaa by leaving ii la the
poat office to my addreaa
; at. 8 BKOWN, MoArthnr.O.
Notice of Appointment.
Esta of Martha Ilawk, deceased.
TBK nnderaigued haa ben appointed and
qualified aa admimatrator or theeaiateof
Martha Hawk, lateol Vinton conutr.'ieceaaed.
MDH HAW K.
4 j,,-iiniatrtor of the Eatate of Martha Hawk,
de."d- '
July 21, 1873.
TraSS'S SALE.
Slate of Ohio, rinlon Co., ss.
' Bennett II. Clark, plaintiff,
AgalaiC
Cornellu Karna, etal, defendant.
In Vinton County Comt of Common
PUat. An Order of Sate,
PURSUANT to tha command ot ail Oriter
of Hale iaaned fiom tha Court of Corn
moa Pleaa of Vinton county, and ta ma di-
ran tea aa nenn ani special Mater Gotn
mtaaiooerol aaid eoua i, 1 will otl.rleraaie
at the door of the Couit Hone,lo tha town of
atcArtnur, Yin ton oouoty, Uhio. on
Mendar, tie 10th Day of August,
1874. .
at the hoar of 1 o'clock P. M of laid day, the
following deacribed tanda and tenement, ait
aala in Vinton 'ounty, Ohio, and bound ed
and deernbed aa lollowa, to wit: The north
half of tha eoulh-eaei ouanerand the north
aat quarter of the outn-weat qnaiUr of aee
lion Hiinytliree IS3J townabin twelna. (13) of
range aefenteen (11) containing one hunired
and twenty (12") acre, more or Ieaa and lying
and bring in lha dietricl of landa auhjet't to
aale at Chiliicothe. Ohio.
appramd at t"ur thcaeand and eight hun
dred uollare tf.Miu) a d muat bring two
thirda otthat inn. lb:
To ba eold aa the property of CorneUoa
Kama, toaatialy an order of aale.laaued iron
the Court of Common Pleaa in (ator ol ban
Oel M lark. I i . , )
TtRMSOFPAI r-Caeh.
r UlOltil XAltR, I
fhrtiTlof Vinton County and fcj.fCMil Maa.
ter t oirnii.atrmer. ,
i. M. Mi-4'iLLiiaai, Attorney for t.laiotilt
.ul, 1871. tw
SHERIFFS SALE.
State of Ohio, VintOh County,.
Will & Co., plaintiffs,
Against
Jamis Penned; & wife defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common
rUat, An Order of Sale
TrtRSUrir to lha command of an Order
X ol hale laaued from the Cairt of Comino
flea of Vinton county ami tome dreetad
nt hheriRof aaid county, I will oHertiraale
at tne door otthe Court House, In tha town
of McArlhur, Vinton couoty, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 15th Day of August
1874,
atfhe hfinp nfl nVlnntr W IT .r...J J..lk.
loll .wing landa and tenempnta, to wil: the
nnnh'We.t quarter of the northeaat quarter
of aectinn twenty-four, (M) townahip ten (Hi)
range rixleen. (in) Ohio Company'! punthaae.
vvuniu-uK ui . .IT-, mure wr ieaa ana
twin It an.l Ivlno In V n.nn nm. .lu IIki.
""P. ' UI"III"IU,J 'IIIU.
Aiiprnieed at three huii'lred and hfty dollara
i 'JH - A . . . l . . .L.. .
To be aold aa the property of.lamea Kenne.
ii. mnA I. .,.,( f ., dJ I u 1
.u mi. ...mi .j hi. u,..t-r la-urn
Irotn the Court of Common Pleaa in favor ol
niuavo.
TERMd OFSAI.E-fVah.
titUHUE KALER,
bheriilot Vinion County.
H. O. Joan. Alt'y for plaintiff.
July 16th, 1874. 5a
THrTlVlDDEL BAKER
U another evidence of the advance'
ment of man's inyenuity Although it
is a limple cooking utensil it is the
woman's household treasure. It can
be used in any cooking stove and is
adapted to all the purposes of leaking
browning,8twing, Broiling, Koanting,
Pryin);, eto, h is air-tight, and there
fore 'retains all the Stents and flavor
raiaed by the bent, nuking Tood mure
'
healthful and .more nutritious. It re
quires no water, basting or attention
whntever during the cooking proce.
Tbe Model . ISaker is for sule by
Preston Vandervort, llulbert House.
MoArthur .' Perrons wishinK to test it
will call as above. 1 will sell single
Bakers or will dispose of the right for
vinton county, . '
The following persons have tested
the Model Baker and 1 refer to them
for evidence that it will do all that is
claimed for it:
T. B. Davis and wifo, George Lanrs
ana wire, M K. Barnes and wile. a. P.
Bothwell. Alex. Pearce and wife. Jobn
Jones and wife, J. 8. Will and wife, K,
A. urattoa and wile, L. O. Perdue and
wife, J. O Hubn and, wife, O. W.
Brunton and wife, Hiram Hulhert, also
the boarder at the Holbert House. 11.
Jones and wife, D. V. Kannells and
w;fe. PKKSTON VANDEttVOKT.
CASH WAGES,uA.,,pe.Va2rpVor.,
j,. ... . leiaura hour or
' your enure time, at
ATTtTTVrrn T1TTiThomeortraelinr,
UUillJ. X XlllXlyoung or old ol ei
ther aex. A aptenui., u.i complete outfit aent
Iree to thoxe who will act aa our ageota. No
capital raanired. We muat bare an agent la
a ery toaa. Write at once, and eeeura tha
aaency Addreaa lden.. Hall A Co., K.
Howard Bt , Baltimore, Md.
STUDKNfa, TatcNiaS, Mixia-raas ana
aiTa make aO pfr mnlh aelhng tha
new llhiatiated -PmpU'$ 8ioadod rdltion if H e
lyCiW.." wild it hietonae, aide and dieiiona
ry. beat ind cheapeal.' Entraterma. OuiHl
fret. Uraeat once and ae--ure work. Ad.
dre.aZIK.LEB A McOUKliY, Cincmnafa.V)
j"obiw;pk:
Doue Neatly and I'romptly,
. AT I JUSOrrHl.
KENTUCKY LMIVEF.SITY.
Ashland, the Hone af liianday, end
(Md I rum etroau Lh..,, u r nice ol 1 1. -eey.
eial cnll.tfee. Hix loI tiira id oi eratioo, nth
their separate faculties, 3U role j-ory md in
structoie, with an ave.age ' n.nre than bU)
atudenta each amnion since the aar. re,
very low. fiood loaning In in IS 10 It .er
". oeasions wg n mono Slomisy id rep
ten. her. Kor catalogues or other information
aa.irese. enclosing stamp.
J. B. BOW.HAN, Urgent, Renlncky 17.,
I-exluCon, H.J.
ONE MILLION ACRES .,
... Of , , '
Splendid Michigan Lands
,', FOR SALE.
Th Grand Rapids and Indiana Hailroad ha bean
finished sou milea lung, and Ha autira land
grant earnedl
Ia Farming Landa ta Aetaal Hetlera, for
ludlvidnula or Colonic,
SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874.
100.000 acra hava hen told alraad. Tha
Unda are wall timharexi, mnkinx lh bval
kind of larma. Hlrong hoi ol urml prodno
inn power Eaailjr rrai hrd by rail or aatar.
Com MarkMi. Railroad runa thionuh I ha
rant Miohlxn In ona ol lha Iraat MaiMdand
n oat protirou Hiatea in lha Waal. Ha
Khooli ara tnrfmaNed. ta hnancial atardim
No 1.' Nd difficulty In tranaportation. Peai-a
and pmapanty r In Ita bordera l.anda Irom
$4 to $8 per acre. Time all Hi lent. I merest
T percent. WM. A. HOWARD,
Land Oommiaaioner 'inn. I Kapioa, Mlvh.
P. K, riEHCK, tioo'j Land liepartment.
'DKVOE'S
BRILLIANT OIL.
TheTranscontinental Brand
THK DKVOE M'GCO .PR'S NKWYOR
The Htandard OU Vm.,
Joha Allatoa ot Ja. A. Ilayvard,
CUtUAUU. BAB fHAALiaUU.
SAFE. BEYOND ILL fHATJOE.
The Finest Illnminator in tne World
Can be hurnrd In th" ordinary Karnrena
I.ampa, and ahonld be uaid l.y all ho wiah
lha heat liuhl that ran ba had. While aa aala
or ai'fer than Hearilijiht will burn wiih
greater brilliaoev and without odori without
atnuke, and to the liotdrop in the lamp, if
you are uninscommnn Krro.ene no nm ex
pope your lile to the nak of a K aroaene an I
dent one moment Inna-ar, hut K. t Deroe'e
Brilliant OH, whii'h if anfe heyoud allrhanue.
betmjur e rttUar to IM Murtti firm at aooea.
NEW F1UM;
The anderaiirned havlni formed a co-Dart-
nerahip under tha firm name of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call the attention ef thepublio to their lull
stock or
Ladies' asd Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
VeslGuardtuid Opera Chaine
olld Silver and IMatedWare
I.nzarna and Blorrla Iuiprorcd Speeta
cite,
FINE CUTLEK1 GOLD' PENS, AO.,
Aud everything kept in a
FIEST CLASS JEWELEY ST0EE,
Wedding rlrf&s aud hair Jewelry made to or
der. Kepa-ring of watches, clocks, and lewelrya
apecially.
No charge for engntTing gooda bought at
their atoie.
(or correct time take it from their chrono
meter the only one in the city.
Next Door to Warner HouBe, 66
Fainfr-jStreet, Chiliicothe, Ohio,
J. 8. McCOMftlON.
V. U. liVANS.
7myi874
COAL.
GET THE BEST
rRATE re-opened my coal bank, and am
prepared to bll onlera for coal in quantities
to vuit 'piin'hcera. I will aell e-heup aa
coal ol the aame quality can he nhtained else
where. LNuS T. W INTtHa.
xoiunl87i 2m
La Creme de la Create. No. 4 Price. 50c.
Ciinlaiiif. tin thn hea, tiiir'ar.e, l.y
Kutiei The Break of hay. Hi v,ne, by
. Aniiti; La Hallenna, Polka l,y Lichner; .
W hen the Swallowa Uomi ward Klv, by
Oeaten; Eap eglerina, Caprice by Egg
hrd. S piei-e- f"r Vc.
Ln Creme f II f A Qiie la
I'nne-V II L H rNo.fi.
Contatna the pillowing nmaic; 60c.
Mountain Mreain. Caprice, bv 8. Pmttn;
Count on Mo Oalnp, by .lacohy; ftraii
oaa, Komauce, bv Tliallierg; 'hanatng
Learea, ln-t.. by Mattel May Breeiea,
lnt.. by l. mae 'i pieoea fnr 60o.
TJ!M U S I ca.1
Coulaino the following muaio; Sue.
Chant du Rivoiic, Tranwrlptlon, by
Kelterer; Th ne Dan, Unlodte, by
Lniige. A ptecea fnr tap
?.VnfhT;iVlAILEDJ,:."8ei1.
i-onU.iua the lullowing nmaic, price, 30c.
Two aonga by Have, two hy Ltanka, ona
. by Maywood. a Bncied Qua' telle by
Tnomn, a Koitrhnd Piece a Q nck
atep, au eaay March, and a beautiful
rantaaie, by Kinkel. V) pleeea for- Srtn
SVnrPOSTPAIDjM
contama the following mtiio, price, sue.
Two newaonga by'Hava, one by Pratt,
one by suwart, a tria lot female micas,
hy Aht: a barred Quartette by I'ankn, '
two Polkas, a pret.y Walls, and a Mai' h.
. 11 pieces for ' i goo.
On EEOEIPTof theMAEKED PRICE
Addreaa J. I,. PPTKR8, P. u Box. U2.
M Hrnadway.Mew York, opaoaita Metrop.
ollitan Hotel.
, 1 , -
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
NOTIOK is hereby given that sealed propo
aala ill be r eiyed at trie
AUDITOR'SOFFICE,
M0A.RTHUR,
Vinton County, Ohio,
Un'il
8 O'CLOCK.: p.;
. , -UN ,
Monday, Jnly 27, 1874.
tor the building ot
ONiCovstao B taea with Hroaa Aacraarra
Acroea Htg Karcimn Cr.ah, in Wlikes.llle
Township, near Ha-nes' Mill, on tha road lead
ing Irom Bsrna-.' Mill 10 Vinton
Os Comtm Bridge mtknioM Almhaealt, ' '
in Bwan townahip near tha leaidaoo of
t.eorire W JnhnnAn .r,A
oaa rovaaaa s. ipas wirn toks iiUTatsT.,
in ewsn townahip, near the reaidence of Sim.
eon Morgan, on the toad leading from Ply
mouth) to Bloomingrille. .
Plans and Specifications
Are on nie lor inaction at the tuuuora
offlne. And lha County Commissioners' do
hereby invite
Proposals On Any Other Plan
Than those on 6U at tha Andiinr'a offlce.'at
In. nntiAn nf H. .t. i n . k... .
plana are required In be accompanied with
plans and JpemtnaUnna, settle a forth lha
" " i 11 i rro, ine na.
lure, quality and site of tha mate nala to ba
used In the erection of the same, the strength
of the .trteLurs when com nlete-i, the ,euv
also whrUier there ia any paten tight da tha
r,ui w ,', eu, ew.oD vnai part, 11 nM
An Ute wl.nl. All ....u.-.l - . L
vi - - " 1 ,'i v ,jf... .iu v. accom
panied with a bond, in double the amount of'
luch bid, with at least two good sureties. .
The Commissioners', hnaever, reset re tha
right to reieel a iy 01 all ht.lss
ny vraer 01 ine 1 ommiesine-s.
W. W. HBi FORD, , ,
. Auditor ot Vinton County.
July,!. V
Fresh fofthb Spring Trade
lj:';VAT
WOLF, PEAKCE & CO.
SOILED Al D RAW OILi
PURE WHijE LEAD,
RED LEAD
GRAINING I OLORS,
TUEP KN TINE
V4KMSUES, ; '
. -if
Colors Ground in Oit.
Paint and Varnish llruabei,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also full line ol
rUREFRESU DRLGS &CIIE1IICALS
Dye Stum,
Stationery,
! ' Notions, Etc.
Everything at the very Loweit Pri
ces. 1 -
WOIP.PEARCE&CO,
19m ar 174
PHOF. D. MEEKEB'S
PAINLESS OPIUM CURE.
The only auccefnl remedy of tha preaent
day. Curea without nam Keatore-, the nan,
you ayatam So a healthy condition, Hand for
paper on opium rating, omi-equencea and
cure. P. (I. Box 476, Laporte, md.
'
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Kemp Faulkner, deceased.
r.'HE underaigned haa bean appointed and
J. qualified aa administrator ol the eatnte of
Kemp Faulkner, lata of Vinton county, da-ceaaed.
t ated this 2Mb day ofMay,l74. '
4w LI WARUU. WALLER.
KORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTON, i.eader,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
HAVING lately ptirchaaad s new and h.ndi
aotne band wagon, and are ptepared to
furnish itond miiam on application, to all
points in thia or adjoining countiea. Adilreat,
aa aboye. 4jun4m
'J hit Uwmj AfurAiiwiira thi ht mlUfaclUm to (A.
,er, i. i aid or noa! rmdih. and it tht httt at all la
eU. Ijihtt Una Damttlic" agnd ht tour feirs,
apply lu DU U i'STC . If. CO., Una York.
LADIES SEND fur elegant Fashion Book
NEW 1 RING STOCK
.' Or" ,
MIL LIN Ell Y
AM)
LADIES' FANOY GOODS,
Kcw Mylcn of
HATS.BOISINETS, RIBBONS
' IN ALL NEW SUADEld,
Jute Braids,
Embroideries,
Edgings,.
I'rluiniiDgs,
Laces, ,
Cloves,
F'cy Goods
Jewelry,
Corsets, Etc.
Also a large nssnrtmenfof
Gcntlimen's Neckties.
Bleaching, Pressirp. Pfmcdeire.
and all kinds of Millinery
Work dons to Order on
shtItotioe, ;
Give ps a call. We will .el' lower
tbaq ever.
J. P. C; A.1 DUNKL ,
' ' i Main at' MeArthu , 0.
SPRING AND SUMMER
eric
FRAH'K UELLIilAIV. Agent,
At his ne place of business, '
COSTS BLOCK. OPPOSITU UBIOH
1 ' HOUSE,
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest 1 Stock :'
-ot- ,.
Spring and Summer Clothing
IpVER breught to this market, 'embracing
jail lha latest aud most raahionable at vies,
cui in accordance with the latest fa.hion..
When you want a uobhy suit dou't fiul to call
on Frank, lie also ClT and ;uu'MV,a"
Makes Oakmests " to Ordei.
n has a full line of
Gents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, ScC.
ENr t'IUlU.M. Giy ma a 0 -II and I wn
warrant sMtialacUun 1
.... FRtSK HEtl.MAN.
AGENTS WANTED!
1
To sell. thW la roaanem,Tnit GsoosBawil.l;or
tllE AUTHORITATIVE BISTORT
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
Rv J. Pasriam avn u7..'i.M n 1 ,'
Complete and reltsble., Writ, M jK,
IS74 in Sal nortrslts; liai other en gra
ying. asn hi. great work is few to pricw asd
eat.isg , Moswsif.. or terms, territory, et.,
aridie-w K. rtAKNAs'..m,Ai-i . w..tif.V" "
177 W 4th ft, rt.cini.ati. '
are be,g p,,.d I 0 not I s ,m, nC.,
Mr Pernsm a work ia lull. aatAsrifsUrs.. and
udorseU by the gnat lea J..r. enter b.
THxiLsra-
;o: .
'
cmciio-ouimnE
is as effectual a remedy -
FOR FEVER & AGUE
M tha Sulphate In the aame doaaa, while J eM
Send fnTdeeeriprlTe Clrenlar with raaftaaantall
Vkvirt fro all part of tha eoantrj.
- rSaropUiageaptruU.JSearrta.
Prepaid by B1LLINOH. CLAPP CO, JtaooAaj
turiof Cham lata, Baton, Male.
$25
A DAY GUARANTEED ala
WELL AUOER A DRILLUa4
tarritana. Eadaraad b Qsvaraara
mt IOWA. AR KAN SAS L DAKOTA
cbuiofubte. T.oma,M,K, ,
Sa v.e. Fifty Dollar 8 I
The New FLORENCE
P R ICR, 20 Below 1 any otter A dm
VAI.UK Ull AHTI
SATED, ISO.iy bnylnttfcs Floreaaa
- Burf SMoAissswraaisal . ..
. Bptdai Smi at dbt sad dessert , ,
Bnd ! exrxmltil lot.
Flornca. H. Co ., Flora. If.,
Or 83 Oalarie Streri. CWasd, Or
Wanted
I'artner.
A SILENT or actire partner to Invest IA0O
in an established bus nrsa in MoArthur.
Btiaineas pays, .but requiree more capital
than I am able to command. A fibres, r ART
NKft or make personal application st this
oftce. 4w
MAY 20th.
Dry Good
IBT.B.SMABT
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
Begsto intile attention to ma large and at
tracts .took, ollered at lowtat
CASH PRICES.
DOMESTIfJGOODS
in larga stpply..
dress: coods
of all kind..
BIa :!i aiid C olored Silks
' vVohairs and Mpacca
Black ii Color dGreuadluci
CARPET I KG S,
A large stock of
MUSSELS and IJTGtlJltJr
OIL CLOTHS,
Mattings &Window Shades
R. B. SMART.
Cottage Color Paints,
I.OOtotl.SOprrGaJIoa. ' .'
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
sVudi Oil, - - - - - SOo parjal.
LIQUID ELATE ROOF PA1HT,
Fins Paoos - r , - - y - l u yt gal.
PATKNT PETROLEUM' UNHEe') OIL,
Wnrka in all I'ainU as Boiled Linseed, only
60j. per gal.
MACHINERY OILS,
K O KELl.FTl PATENT 8PEM OIL.r.OS
ENOI..E01L, - . - - - . . , w
FILTERS,,, ROCK LTJBRICAT1NQ OIL, SS
Bend tor card of colors and circulars.
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,
Sole Agents,
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