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THE VINTON RECORD.
. McAKIllUU, OHIO,'
TUUKSDAY. 8EPT. . 1874.
The Yinton Record newspaper and
job offie U for m1 at a bargain to a
ash buyer. Applj to or address
JOHN T. RAPKR, MiArthur, D.
The Republican voters ol
Yinton county' are notified to
meet at their respective places
ol holding election! on Satur
day, September 10 th t
4 o'clock P. M. to select dela
gates to attend the Convention
Lie ART H U ft,
: 'ON "
Wednesday, September 23,
JftLT 11 0'OLOOIC, -A..jl
for the purpose of selecting
candidates for the following
'. I . .
urer, Recorder, Commissioner,
Coroner, 3 Infirmary Directors,
one for 1 year, one for 2 years,
one for three years. The town
ships will be entitled to dele
gates as follows, being 1 for ev
ery 25 votes cast for E. F
.XT ; ri 1
nuyee, lor uovernor, lasi tail :
Brown, 8; Clinton, 5; Eagle, 2;
Elk, 8; Harrison, 2; Jackson, 4;
Knox; 2; Madison, 5; Richland,
5; Swan, 5; Vinton, 1; Wilkes
The township meetings will
also designate persons to the
Convention to act as members
of the Central Committee, in
the proportion of one member
from each township, and one
additional member for every
100 votes or fraction greater
than 50 cast lor E. F. Noyes
for Governor, last fall. The fol-
' Iowirig is the number of mem
bers to which each township is
entitled: Brown, 2; Clinton, 2;
Eagle, 2; Elk 3; Uarnson, 2;
. Jackson, 2; Knox, 2; Madison,
3;, Richland, 2; Swan, 3; Vin
ton, 1; Wilkesville, 3.
, The Connty Convention will
also select 5 members of the
All persons who are in lavor
Of lifting Vinton county out of
debt, and maintaining her cred
it on a par with that of proper
ly managed counties, are invit
d to act with us in an effort to
bring about a reform in the fi
nancial management ol the
By order of Rep. Ex. Com.
JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y.
Man Robbed Tied to Railroad
Track and Run Over by
a Passing Train.
JsmasoNViLLE, Ind., Aug. 30.
A Frenchman named August
Gardner, who said he was Irom
Seymour, Ind., while walking
on the track of the J. M. & I.
K. R., near Henry ville, Ind. at
10 o'clock last night, was at
tacked by three men. They
took .his pocket book and five
dollars, then tied him on the
irack with ropes over a small
usulyert and left liai. He sue
needed Jn getting the ropes
that held liis body untied, but
before -he got those that held
tnslett foot loose an approach
log paseengex train was upon
him. He in tht desperate mo
men! threw bis body off the
track, and the train passed over
and severed bis leg from bis
tody. Be fell in the culvert
I I . a
crawiu uui,ivv mere annigni,
. and was picked up at an early
hour this morning by conduct-
..IIC.I..I... - .. '
. if if aiciuuuse, ui a paHstog
frniirfir train an1 ttvetiiitkr Am
this city, where he revived suf
ficiently to make the above
statement, sad relapsed and
died at fims o'clock this morn
ing. There is no clue to the
perpetrators of this heinous
, crime. .
'-' Enoi B. Rxxo has pnrchseed
l)ttwo third Interest in the
Indianspolis People held by
George J 8cllej and H. 8.
Shellman The consideration
was 10,000. .Th People has
been a money-making concern
from the begiomg. ir. Dbeii
nan has purchased Bannister's
intersit ta the Bundav Herald,
Cincinnati Gazette, Aug 25.
The Cincinnati Law School.
We are pleated to cull At
tention to lie notice ot the 42d
seat. on of the L.4W School of
tlie Cincinnati College. The
institution U so well known
that it need no pruiso; We
are,' however, glad 'to learn
that, in addition to its previous
advantage, a Student's Library
is to be artJed to it, open day
&nd eveiiing. Thin, iu addiliou
to the facilities offered by the
Law Library, will give the
ilndtnts advantaged, we -be
lieve, unequaled west ot the
' Aileghanies. Persons d8ir.ne
to attend can getj Information
by addressing or calling on the
Dean, No. 4 West Third street,
Cincinnati. . .
. Tub competitive examina
tion of candidates for admis
sion into the Military Academy
at West Point, uiider the di
rection of Uod. II. S. Rundy,
M O .from this, District, took
place on TuesdayJast. . Messr.
J. W. Bannon, of Portsmouth,
and Auditor J. N. Thomas, of
Ironton, were.the. examiners.
There were twelve applicants,
Wm. Q. Allen,' Wrri.'P. Rog-
ers: ana vm. iscnwsuie,
of Ironton; Jsb P. Perdieu, J.
S. Vanghters, Chas. W. Kenne
dy, M. F. Musser, and Chas E
Martin, of Portsmouth; E. L.
White, from Logan; James U
Rathbarn, from Uallipo'.U;
Thos. Kelley, Irom Vinton Sta
tion. The candidates ranged
from 16 to 20 years of age.
They were first subjected to a
physical examination by Dr.
McDowell, then at 9 o'clock
began a written examination
in (he common branches and
history, last ing till 8 P. M. The
first port of it was in Arithme
tic, Grammar and Geography.
Seven of the applicants were
then excused, having failed to
pass. The remaining five passed
a most crediblo examination,
fully sumrient; to .admit them.
to. the Academy. Our. two'
Ironton boya, Willie Allen and
Willie Rogers, stood the high
est, their ; grade, 8J being the
Of course it was impossible
to appoint both, and Mr. Bun
dy finally settled on Mr Allen,
and gave him bis appointment.
He will present himselt for ex
amination at West Point next
June, and if he does not grad
uate with honou, we are very
much mistaken in the young
man. In justice to Rogers it is
fair to 6 ay that no two compet
itors could have been more
equally balanced, and that he
is as much entitled to credit as
though he had actually re
ceived the appointment which
Fortune wafted to his companion.
From Fort Scott, ([...]) Mouittr.
Mb. CO Ks-scu returned
tothecny.au Saurday, alter
a two eeke' absence, auum
panied by a handsome and ac
complished lady who will here
after be known as Mrs. French.
They were married on Thurs
day, the 20th inst., ai the resi
dence ol Dr. Robert Nicotic,
in Bloomington, Illinois, and
on their arrival went immedi
ately to housekeeping, Mr. F
having fitted up a neat resi
dence on Orange street in an
ticipaiion ol the event.
VVe can not adequately ex
press our feelfcgs iu dull, spir
itless wtrds, so "Here's, to
your health, and your lamily's
health; may you live long aud
Tub Jchion Herald, in an
article ipublished elsewhere,
seems to think we bave lots of
congiessiooal material among
the i Democracy, of this .Con
gressional district. We think
ao too, bat don't believe it a
good iime to exhibit tbem.
The beauties of art and -the
charms of melody are lost npon
the . blind aDd deal and the
merits of our Democracy would
not be appreciated by the mul
titude "bornswaffgled" by Bun
dy. Hocking is willing to
wait a year or two and nntil
we can teach some ol oor sis
ter counties the advantage in
a political fight of calling suoli
majoritlea as we do. c ,
Hocking Sentinel. Annual Meeting.
The Yeaily. Meeting of tbe
jjiscijueaui vuriu in vinion,
! I 1 a. , J IT
I ..k..,n o., P,l,k - 1
ar tii.ivBiiu aiiu x inn i-.iiiiiiiihh.
will be held with the congre
gation at Jackson, on the Ma
rietta and Cincinnati Railraod,
in Jackson county. .The meet
ing will commence p-fjThurs-dayrSeptember
17, 1874 at 2
rt'rt I AAb I- rVf AAn I I li ill n n. n. nn
o'clockjP. M, coniinuing over
Lord's Day, iSepteiuper! 20ib.
Un Thursday and Friday, 17th
andiPth, at 2 o'clock; P.M.,
there will be a Sabbath School
Convention. .Teachers and Su
perintendent are invited to be
present,. , Elder R. Moffett,! ol
Bedford, Ohio, Elder T. D. Gar:
vin, of Columbu? and others,
will attend the meeting, i , ,
On Sunday, September 20th,
thert) will be a Basket Meeting
at the Fair Grouuds, addressed
by T. D. Garvin, of Columbus,
Ohio. . Ample prepaitions are
madej and a cordial invitation
is extended to all, in the coun
ties oi Southern Ohio. "Come,
np, brethren-and sisters, in tht
spirit of Christ, and let us bave
a great and joyful gathering.
Hocking Sentinel. Annual Meeting. H. SWAIM Dis't Sec'y.
An accident occurred at Vin
ton Station last Sunday.! The
5th section of the .Continental
Freight No., 24 ran into the
rear of the 4th section of the
Way Freight No. 26. A num
ber of cars were smashed to
pieces. , .
The Lougbbridge Patent A'r
Brake is being attached to all
the passenger cars on the Ma
rietta and Cincinnati Railroad.'
Thboeor Tilton's new story.
"Tempest Tossed," is selling so
rapidly that the publishers are
unable to keep it in print,
although three pres.es have been
running on it of late.
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THE PRYOF, M'G CO ,?R'S
Thn Standard Oil '
Jeha Alldoa ot Co., A. Itayward,
UHIOAUU. (UN KHAiNClbUU.
Alex mrDenald c l a .'
8AFE. BEYOND ALL CHANCE.
UrirentlT recommended to nen-ral nae by the
N. Y. Kir CommiaMoneraand Fir lnuran
Co.' I'ommon roal nil ia not aula ender all
circumftaDeorrarelp me Ioe' Hril
liant Oil la aal under any rirrnmatanrea or
uae-vveil in more limn ii.'.i'uu nomea ana
hiriorie for the lt rii re.ra wilhnut an ao
cideot o'a Sre The Sneat illuroinator in the
world -doe not amoka nor .nell nor cnit
ihe wlok-WIII burn to the laat diop in the
lamp without refilling Hurna in the ordinary
eoal oil I amp The cane in which the nil ia
put op for lamilT nae ahonld he aeen tote
appreciated 8radr cmuUtr or eatl at abore.
ONE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Michigan . Lands
The Grand IfapM. and hdiaua Rmilread ha been
flmahed aoii miles lung, and ita entire land
la Famine: Land ta Aeloal Rettlera, for
Individual ar Lulonlee,
SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874
100,0 aere hare l-eB aoM alrearljr. The
land are well limiere", makinii I lie Deal
kiml of farmn. Rlrons eoija l great produc
ing pnwer Eaaily reai hed by rail ni water.
Goti MtrieU. Hailroad n.na thieugh the
grant Michigan l one ol Ihe leaat Meiaxl and
ii oat proapemua Htatea in the Weat. Ita
.eAoof. are nnmalltd. II hnancial elarding
Not. No d'hicolly in transportation. Peace
and pmaperityare in ila bordera Land Irom
14 lo t per acra. Time antrl ient. Intere.t
T per cent. WM. A. IIOWAR D,
. ' Land rnmmiamoner 'ir-ind Uapia, Miuh
P. R FfEKCK, Hcc'y I and I'eparw ent.
R H torippr dar at home. Teirna free.
9J - "Adura bio. 8tim Co.,
W h I-K iU'i'"o to male
and femaia agentain lhair local
It Cota MiiTHINOto err i.
l-arliciilara Iree. P V1CK.
r RT ni , Anvnala Ma.
The Id I.eclulmV M .r li
C'p lioi Wae, B'P-ainlle
Uappy Thought rchotlich
Kmkl. lo 36
Caprice MnsurkA Kinkel, 40
Mon-eau Klettant Kinkel, so
lnce. Chanu'lerietiqueKin. 36
BY THE AUTHOR OF
Angela' Vint Moroean de Salon Kinkel, 40
The Vil'aie Keen Tal Caprice Kinkel 40
Trembling Lea.es. Morce-tu debalon Kin.60
'print- Wall , Klnl ' so
Amjrjllia Bchoiliai h Kinkel, 30
. Mailed, roat-paid, on receipt of th marked.
MUSIC FOR SCHOOLS.
We (Ira prtea'ar at antlon to tha elect
ing of mnae. r ecln el eon. Teacher
faronn na with their order need only alnte
whatelasaot Mnie ihi jf deaire, and we will
nrante to make them aratutaetory aeleo
GET the BEST.
Th beat HEW achool aingine book r
Fair Ki-hoe ... , Fnee, f 60
Th beat (tandard aobool book
ThaRong Kcbo : . . ne, , It
The bet tilano inetructor
Petera Ecleotie - Prioo, 3"S4
Tha best reed urnh matrnetor ' '
Kinkel' New Method Price, t 10
Th beat ioetraetor for the voir '
Ludden' School for tna Tone trie I 30
Tae beat guitar laatraetor
Worrall' Ouliar .Price, 1 SO
The beat aaUaeMoo formal Totca -
Saanteneat Price, 1 M
The beat eoilertloa tor anlzed retees
Ne Pin Itltrw.niee Bok Price 1 to
The bel rolleetioB for church and koan
The Ciuater Price 1 60
The het inermetor lor aerordeoa
I Bedgwirk'aCnmplet. Method Price, 1 (0
4 Tb beet Inelrucar lo; roncertiaa
nVdawick' Ubtt)(.krle Method Pnco, 1 60
1 lu Bad U'n Ao-ltiaB alw HutlSfl 1. 1
. r . ... . . . ,.
llifir wtklf on at hrlor ilif 6ih
dy fH Mrilcrobi-r, !. il h oSIr .MM
MoO.llifnt, atrnuit) of It A muvmIhMIi T
I rrulKT oimiidkoImI'I .ocuuion. By
I. A. FRI.1 ON, Eiwntu
C. P. WAHI', y' l nimiii.
G. W. HOLLAND. I B'd ol lir .
RB JENN'lR B. GIGB tod William 1.
hrr huahand, ho rroido in Km
Sounij, Ohio, liim H K. Wylrf , nwdiug i
Iiirlinm4 kanuui. Willi K. Hboiu, imi
oor, Ofr fouiteeo jruti ol mo, rrwdiojf. la
Iom rouniy, cb a, nd Korko P. ftpruce,
nmnr over lourlw-n jmrof ngo, mm.ag 10
Kooilllo, rermo, ood Nel.oa Kichinnd,
of Vioioncounljr, Ohio, will ! autit ibat
Htarjr 0. Fhlor. daiioialiKtor of th!atiu
of John T. Plyiy. iiwli oo tb is:h av
01 Annum A. I). 174 Rltd hia ptlilioo In lh
PKbtr Court, of Vintoo Couol t, Ohio, .lion
i thai the porMBid ratal of raid dtcadent
ia ioaufflrirnl lo py hia u-bfci anl chrKe of
dmimMorini hi vti Uia- Is dind.wiMrl
in k aimplo of ft) tbllowing draenrwd rrt
Mt, aitual ia Md rouniy, to wii; i the
aontii and of lh f ft"l halt of Ih aoulb wet
q urter of aoti lfD,(ll) kvnhip moe,
(9) Tang nxteen (Id) oooUinrn fifif acre.
Alao tbaoaat half oraooiioo lfen, (I) low
hip nm, () rtnKaii(erBs (16) conlaioioi
Dim huodrad Md lgltf fluhl ar all
m Pinion towoahlp, id Mid rouni). Alao an
UBifidd ooo half intereit in the following;
dtihrd real eatale.aituatein Harn.oalown
.hip Koi4 eouDtf, Ohio, and rii-acribt-d fol
low, the eaat hall of lh northwel quarter,
Ihs h.lfof lheioulh-wnnuniter,od the
weet lalf 01 the aouih -eaat quarter of tection
ol aenion eivht, (8) tow whip-too, (10) mni
The prayer of aald peiilioo w fork aala ol
aaid pr4mi.ee, tbe aayineot of debuaod
charge eloreaaid. ' l
said hitiuB will be for hearinc oo the 19th
day of epleubr, mjv or nouo tbereafUr
u.leaT oaa aa obuimedk. . . v
' . HKNKTn Pl.TI.R'.
Aetna ols o-ator of the JUUie ol Joh d P. I'l r
l.a m J deerij lore. Song and cho.Btewart,l So'
No liditg fiopj oer the eea. Bong A eo
t Ktewart ' '' 80
Alabama Blostomi. Bong and dawa
Temperance Craader. Bong and cno
to me. Willi. Song and ehoSlewart
When Caartif putya the d
rum. bong a tho
Darling, 1 ara lonely now. Bong and oho
Kia me, darling, ere we part. Bongtcho
Bnv:ip, or bae you heajd the new
There ia lomething I'm dying ta lay
Walling on th ahady nda. Song and cbo
Stewart J . 80
Farewell, Annie Darling. Bong and oho
1)0 not weep o, Sister Darling. Bongwho
Stewart i 3"
Beautiful form of iy dream. Bong Acho
Meet me, Be.ia, in Ihe dell. Bong and cho
H ion lo Ihe old home. Bong echo. Stewart
Clone the .huilera.Willie dead. 8 ewart 30
Aaking a blessing from Mother. Bongtcho
Bltwart ( o"
: ! i
Ha kisaad megood bi at the gate, f-teaart 30
Tenderly think of the dead. Song and oho
Oie my lore to all at home. Song andaho
Neath the wae her tpirit wander. Song
Think of me aomeumes, Maggie. Btewart . 3"
My dear old Mother. Kong a cho. Stewait 30
. .. '' i I
And Other Songs by J. E. Stewart.
I want to.ee the dear old home. 8iewart 3
OTalereand wine at 1 A. M. Bong. Btewart 30
Flamming mroiign ine wwn. cviiix, cewar
Kingagain.swee ailirerbell Soak. Btewart 3S
Htolenkiaaea are the aweeteal. Hong. BtewarlHS
Jennie, th Sower of Klldare. 8ong. Bttwarteu
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Bt J. L. PTER3, NO Broadway. N Tork.
RICH FARMING LANDS
IN NfiKRASK K.
NOW POB SALE VERY CHEAP.
taa liaa.' caiorr, laTiairr oati 6 pu oaat
Send for "The Pioneer,"
A handaome illustrated paper, containing
the Homtalead Law. A new number jut
puMiaded. Mailed Iree to ail part of the
- 0. F. DATrS,
Land Commissioner U. P. II. R.
WATEHS' I0CEHTI) 0I1GWS
are the most beautiful in i-tTle nd perfect in
ti.neeier made. Th rom-erto etnp ia the
beat erer placed in any oigan. It ia produo
e I by an eitra aet uf reeda, peculiarly voiced,
the erlei'tof which is mont charming and soul
vtirrmn. while ita imitation of the human
voice i superb. Terms liberal.
Vesper & Orchestral
in nniqne French casea. are among Ihe beat
made, and combine purity or voicing with
great volume of tone, builable for parlor,
church or muaic hall. ,
WATERS' New Scale PI
ANOS have great power add a Due ainging lone, with
all modern improvement, and are the Deal
pianos made. Theae organ and piano are
warranted for S yearn. I'lice enremely low
for caah, or part caah and balance i n monthly
or quarterly paymenta. Second-hand inalru
mema taken in exchange genl wauled in
in every county iu the U.S. and Canada. A
lineral diai-ount to teaahera, miniatera,
ebu'ehea, achnols, lodgea, Ac. lllustiated
HORACE WATERS a HON,
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THK SVMeaEBCAHPAION BEOVM
Another Great Literary Sensation,
The Modern Rnbim onCrusoe
With 15p Beautiful Uloatrationi.
Mesara rlcribner Co., have secured for
uml publication in' SCRUNLKIs MONTH
LY, M. Jules Verne's latest story, .
'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
ie whH-h, not content with Ihe old stone of
"Bubinaou Crusoe" and Ihe "twin family
Robinaoa," the. writer undertake t show
how a rty ol anen caat upon a myatenoua
and desert island may livebv iheireciealihe
reanurcea alone, wnhou. the aid of any wreck
to draw upon lor tha material of file and
Tha party ara Americana who set out from
Richmond. Ta.,oumig the siege, il abilloon.
M Julea Verne unite wi n an accurate acien
lifio knowledge, an exuberance of Inventive
geaiua Uia,Ca . I t
FASCINATED THE WORLD.
V ! 1 I (.":- ! At; l' j . I :
Tha Ihcai of the preaeat elory aford tha
author the flieat opportunity for the ditplay
of hi posuliar giKa. f be .lory wdl be pro
luaelv ilutmi, and ta begun in lha April
number.. ." s . x" v
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an. Pnce 14 uu a year, 36 eenta a nuwiber.
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amarls74 . .
WILKESVILLE AUD EAMDeF
1W1L!. run a : nack from Wilkssville'lo
Haoiden and return aveiy lueerWy.'lhara
day, and KetuMay for the acconitnodatioa
of passenger, waning eloaa eunnenuun with
tha mail train on the M. 0. H K. I will
aim narry expreaa package ah.pped tq or
fcom potato by tha Adam Express Co.
aapl . JdAAOetlLLM
WK itrf now ofJVrtnr out nrlre etccV f Summer Good conFtsttno; In
part ofParafole. iatm. rJummi r Ilat. Ac, at less tbau the wholesale
priueMu order to close ontbeiore beptember 1U . -
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Tk tyt IVWVIW WW VA VM I V
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Xow la the time to bay as we are
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DK. W.C.CLIN E
Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio,
HAVE fitted up their tiew and commodious strre-room ia tuperb style spar
neither time or money to ren.ier 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 Medioines to repletion, to
which they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobacco
and Jewelry whioh they will tell at lowest possible prices for cash.
TI1E BROKER'S OFFICE
ill be conducted In the establishment
In Connection wkb the Medical
for the better treatment of all ohronio
In il n
under a corps of directors whu will employ nothing but flrst-clnsfl medical tal
ent as operatives in the Institute. , ' 'i ' .;'! ' ' '
Patients can be accommodated after
lodging and nursing at rates fur below
tutions in the cities, and as good medical
1.25 ! .75
1.00 " I5.65
.75 ,50 -
nt. H flO i 1-1 '. I 1 7,1 '
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nf 0 75 i
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determined tp sell regardless of cost.
Monies loaned and pa
Department will be established a
and suicaT diseases and deformities
the first of, October with bortrdinp,
what can be afforded at siiiiilor insti
attendants na can bo procurpd any
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Martha Hawk, deceased.
THR underaigned haa been appointed and
qualified a ndmimatrator ol theealatenf
Martha Uawk,lateol Vintnn couuir.ileceaHed.
Admlniatntororthe Estate of Marina Hawk,
Jul? 23, 1873.
HORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTCN, i-eader,
HAVING lately purchased a new and hand
anme bond wagon, and are prepared to
lurniah noo.l munio on application, to all
pointa in this oranjoining vounliea. Adiireas.
as above. , 4juo4m
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Tr SMinn . r Tlv f '.,lvwIPa
i Jc.,,,ni.d i.n Ihe
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cine) of -paaM.Toaall' SA, or heiinnal Weak'
nea, Involuntary Heminnl Loaaea, IapoTxieuv,
Mental and Physical lucapacity. Impedimenta
to Marriage, etc., also, Consumption, feriLie
av, and tit, induced by elliuoulgence or sex
Price in a sealed envelope, only S cents.
The celebrated author In Ihia admirable ca
nny clearly demonatralcs from a thirty yours'
aiu-cesful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of aelt-abuae may he radical y cured
without the dangerous use of internal meih
cine or the application of the knife; pmntiog
out a mode oft I at once simple, certain and
enertual, by mean, ol which every HiiHrrer,
no matter what hi condition may bp, may
enre himself cheai.lv. nrivaielt. and radically
i his Ler tore should be in the hand of
every youih and every n.an in the land,
'enl, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
add.-eas, pottpoU on receipt ol six cents, or
two pOKi stumps.
Alao Dr. culverwell's Marnage Guide,"
price AO cent,
address the publisher,
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f"SiiLI,E(jlATE AND GC1MM KKCIA i. IN"T1
V'i'UTB. New Haven. Crinri e"orlietli vear.
Preparatory lo college, Ihe sclenlifl" snhnels
or huvineas, mtn syatematio and tnorougn
physical naming bv military drilling, gym
nastics, rowir g, Ao Catalogue aent on ap
OTIOE Is hereby gircd that a petition wll
1 1 be prenentf d lo the Commissioners ofViu
ton County, Ohio, al their next regular ses
aion lo be held on the find. II onday ol deplem
ber A. Ii 1874. pra ing lor the etabliahm nt
of a county road along lite fellow ir.g described
roule in said or.unlv, lo witi beginning at
point in the center of the county rond lead
ing I nt .Innnthan Winters' dwelling house,
aboui thirteen rods west of sunt house
in Klk tonhip, of Vinion county, i-lno,
thence limning a ninth. easterly direction,
the nearet and beat route, throiign the I nd
of .aid Jonathan Winter and Mxry Rich
mnnd to a point stn'rnear Ihe nnrlh-wcat
corner of E I) Wolf, garden, thence in an
ensterly direction through th" landaof !
K Wolf and Ollmnn, Ward A Co.,outh ol
the "Water Mill" ol said Oilman. Ward n o
and, along the soul n line ol lamia omned by
Henrietta tt ilson and interaectini Ihe Jackson
aud McArthur rout at a point about l:w feet
touiii ol the south line or Ihe corporate limits
ofthelnanof McArthur. in said Elk town
ship, of Vintoo county, Ohio, and there to
WILLIAM f . Kbll'i'N,
Pnu flipal Petition, r.
July Shlh, 1874.
THE MODEL BAKER
Is andther evidence of the udvnnce
meat of man's im enfTlty . Although
is a simple cooking utensil' it is the
woman's bousehtild treasure. It can
he used in any cooking stove and is
adapted to all the purposes of Puking
Brownit'g, Stewing, broiling, Coasting,
Kryinit, eto, It is air-tight, and there
fore retains all the steam and flavor
mined by the beat, makiriij food mure
VfOTft'B is hereby riven that a petition will
il tie presenie.1 to the commissioner ol Vin
ton count r, at their next teeeinn to he h-ild
on the Art t Monday ol Ha number, A l Ib74,
praying for the eatab liahment of a rouniy
loan along ine lonnwing oescnoeu rouie in
aaid count) of Vinton, to wit. Beginning at a
point in the count. rod leadina mini Vinion
btaiion lo Zaleaki. in a id cnuntv, si a I'Oint
here en d road inleraeui the south liornf
I Mac hhry s land, in the a. w. fuaiterof eo
no. ia oi ciK ip.. ine eame o-ing ine
sbeie the township road called tile H
the same b-ingihe point
road intereeote said coun iv road: them-erun
ningeast about ten rods to Ihe western boun
dary of 'he M. C R K land, thent-e in a
nonh-earteslv direction about naraliel with
the Marietta 4 Cincinnati Railroad until Haul
line intersect au old roadbed in th lands ol
aid Isaac bhrv, thence in a northerly direc
tion to the sout -east corner of Ihe lands ol
BoMen Tiino. thence in a north-eaeterlv di
rection thn mh the lands oi John Hay to a
point near the center of the north east ajar-
terol iheonrthi.wetquartar of aectinn No. 13,
township No li, rang No. IT. In lh lands of
KM Gill, thence in a northerlt direction
thtouiib the land ol la. Will on Ihe nearest
and best route to intersect ihe etata road
leading from McArthnr to Zalesai, Ohio, at a
point oenr the house where John Herroid
now resides, and there lo end. ,
HOLKEN 1R1PP, petitioner.
July SO, 1874- w
Wiikesville, Hamden & MiddleporI
II ACKJLIN E.
WI LL ran a hack from Wilkesville to Ham
J den on Monday. Wednesday and Fridays,
winning on the same days. -
1 will alio run a return hack to Mlddleport
aii Tuesdays, Thursdays' and tat onlays, re
turning on the same Jay. iUUN LKVIU
COJISTAHT EMPLOY JIEJfT At
home, own or a-. sle, 40 a weett war
anted No capital required. Part:eultf
sent tree.- Addrssa with c return stamp. C.
RuttS, Willism.burgh, N. T. , ,
ADTKBTIKEatS send t cts. to t.ao. '.
i.owsi ., 41 Park Row. N. t , for
tkeir Ofkif-ff faayAlsl. ahowing 0Ot of d
vertiMOAV . ' ... j: .. ij'-
healthful and more nutritious. It re
quire no water, basting or attention
whatever during the cooking process,
The Model Baker is for sale by
rreatun Vandervort, llulbert House
McArthur I'errons wishing to test
will call as above. 1 will sell single
Bakers or will dispose uf ihe right for
The following persons have tested
the Model Baker and I refer to them
for evidence that it will do all that
claimed for it: .
T. B Davis and wife, George Lanii
and wife, M K. Karnes and w ife, K. P.
Bothwell, Alex. Penrceatid wife. John
Jones and wife, J. 8. Will and wife, E.
A Brattoo and wife, L. O. Perdue and
ife, J. S Huhnand wife, 0. W.
Brunton and wife, Hiram Hulkert,also
the boarders at the Hulbert House, tl.
C. Jones and wife, D. V. Kannells and
wife. PKESTUN VANDEKVOUT.
GET THK BEST
XHAVE re-opened my coal bank, and am
prepared to fall orders lor eoal m quantities
to suit purchaser. I will sell m cheap
coal ot the eame quality can be obtained else
where. NoS T. W IKTfcRa.
' a6unlS74 im . i
, . ., . I : v i 1 1; !!:
APILENT or active partner to Invest lion
in an established bus.ness in McArthur
business as; but rUie niore cai ital
"" sas.iw v wanuauii, nvtirst rn I
: "I 1 " ' ' ' "
W, furnish the lUoord .nd.ll.
Cinoiin4lj Gaiette. to . sabstribtr
; 13.50 par, jsar, ; .-, ,.. .jj) 0lu
Jiesh. for fte Spring Tnde
f ' :
WOLF, PEAE0E & CO.'S
SOILED AI D BAw.' OIL
PURE WHITE LEAD,
r r t i mi. vi' i'
Color ttrduhd im'Oil.
Plaint n,nd Varnish prushei.
LRE FHESL1 DRIGS &C11EUICALS
U 'I 1 mtlonifTltt.
Everything' at the very' Litveii FrU
tet. . .$. ; i AoM -
la-mar 1R74 !-- '" ' ' ' ''ti
NEW SPRING STOCK
s, of i-.. i'. .
.' .' -AND ', jim'..:
ftcw Mjlea oi.
. IN ALL NEW SHADES,
Trlramlngc, - -
Lace, . .
' Also a large nssortment'of -'
Bleaching;, Pressirg. Pfmcdeirg1,
ana au Kinai oi uiuiDery
Work don' to Order' on
ih it h otice, iw.
coll,1,' VVe will el' lower
Main at McArthti "0.
sprinc And summer
FRAKK IIELL91AIV, Agenta
At hi new place of business,
GOBY'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE UBION
. , HOUSE. . i
HAS THE ' - !
Spring and Summer Clothing
ITiVER breuxht to thi market, embraeiD
jail the luteal aud most hishionsbl style.
. ui in flccordance with the latest lahiona.
When you wnnt a iiohhy suit don't fsil to call
on Frnuk. i Ue alsd CIJ'1 and
- - v- :
Makes Uakmknts to Obdek '
and has a full line of
HATS AND APS, &C.
ll clnihinir marked down to the LOW
EST t'KiUHKS. Oivemeaailland 1 wtl
warrant satlslautiou " ' " f
iair . . . FRANK HELLMAH.
CHILL JCO THE, O.,
i . . r, :
eg to invite attention to hia lame and aW
tractive Mock, o tiered at lowtal, ,
; t .'
1 " ' f
, In large atpply. j , j
' ' ' 1 of all kind. "
Dlack and Colored Silks
- JTIohairt and Mpattat,
Black Color dGrcnadlaes
A large atock of .
Brussels and iraitffr
R. . HWA RT.
, Jtpm .1.. , ff
FOR FEVERi& ACtJE
a tha Sulphate ia tha earn dn, while it wfVen
: fwWH torn ail pan of the wastry.
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