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THE.VINTON RECORD.
TTT -'; ni A
lOSOll SALE.
"th4 Ylntou Record newspeper and
1 V : ?
job offio ia fur le at a bargain to ft
ctihtojer."" Applj to o address
JOHN T. RAPKR, MeArthur, 0.
XThere docs themonejr
oftVlnton County got
Bjr what law doe a
Cwnntf' Commissioner
draw vjCti 3.40 salary
for ONE 1' EAR?
On : -
S. F, Cary as a Public TVacher.
!sai. i Jry, the wordiest
man in the world, the mouth
piers' and brains or Col. Vance
stopped oyer at our Court
Ilooee on last Monday. Wa
give one proposition, which he
made to the unwashed on that
occasion, and; we give it in
Cary's words.
."The income taxwas the most
joatj tax ever levied, but Con
gress, repealed it, but the gov
enuient continues to levy a
tax upon men's appetites and
necessities. If 1 were to frame
a tax, .Jaw, 1. would put the tai
ou incomes, alone cheers I
wonld do this, I would not tax
the first one thousand dollars;
the second thousand I would
tax five per cent. Then I would
increase the per cent, in a ge
ometrical ratio, increasing the
per cent, as the income increas
ed1,' cheers until when a man's
income reached one hundred
thevsand dollars, I would tax
Mm fifty thousand tremendou i
cheers and throw it into the
National Treasury immense
chaersj and I would take all
man made above filly thousand
dollar?. Why my friends fifty
thousand dollars is enough for
any nun to make in one year.
Enlhuslastio cheering. No
man has a right to make a hun
dred thousand dollars, has bet '
Cries of no, no, and cheers up
on cheere.J
The idea of a man who pre
. tends to be an honest man, a
great public teacher, tickling
the ears of a crowd, with such
villainous propositions as the
above contains. A great (?)
man pandering to the preju
dices .and playing upon the
passions of the populace by
such stdfi as the above is a
miserable spectacle.'1
' Poor, degraded, polil leal out-
casts can alone afford to get
down in s dirty filth as that
, The advocacy of the idea that
a, man has not the same right
unfertile principles of our gov
ernment to make fifty-one thou
sand dollars as be has to make
fifty in one year, is worthy only
of Sam. Cary. An honest poll
fician who had any conpeien-
tious scruples would scorn any
such stuff, even if it did tickle
a" few men who cheer the
speaker without thinking of the
villainy embodied m the prop
osition. It is educating the
deople toward lawlessness and
robbery and if he bad gone one
step farther and told them Ibey
had a right to take it them
selves if the government didn't,
it would have been in keeping
with the spirit of Cary' entire
effort.
A FALSEHOOD.
Xhe Enquirer accuses Mr.
Bundy of being a salary grab
ber.: How is thhf Mr. Bun.
dy was not in Congress when
the increased salary bill pas
sed. He never drew any pay,
only that under the present
i7by which the salaries were
reduced.
Large Bequests.
f.,The;will of Miss Mary D.
Brown, of Philadelphia, dis
tributes 1139,000 among chM
itable institutions of FhiladeU
phia. Twenty thousand dol
lars are divided between the
male and female departments
ot the Pennsylvania Hospital,
ten : thouiand dollars io the
Pennsylvania Hospital . in
Philadelphia, and a like
amount to the German Epis
copal and Catholic Hospitals,
and fifteen thousand dollars
io tne soldiers', ana sailors
noma.
For the Record.
From Hamden.
We again attended the re
proluclion ol- Uncle Tom's
Cabin, at the rooms of the
(lam)en Dra.uatic Aassocia
lion, and will assert we never
passed a more agreeable eve
ii ins in any small town in
Southern Ohio; the house was
crowded almost to suffocation,
many ol the audience being
obliged to stand, yet the most
pei feet order and good feeling
prevailed. Too much credit
can not be attached to S. W.
Eelch the manager and lead
ing spirit of this institution for
his untiring zeal and assiduity
in perfecting from raw materi
al so fine a troupe ot perform
ers in so short a time. The
scenery painted by professor
Denker, would redound to the
credit of a theater of more
preventions. It would also
seem prejudice to single any
one individual of the corps that
excelled; they all ' perform
their parts to perfection. Miss
Emma Heskett, as Topsey, was
as fine a" specimen ot a lit
tle negro as could be produced
on any stage in America, and
every time she made her ap
perance brought ' the house
down in thunders' of applause;
Miss Nellie Cozzens, as Ophe
lia, in the Yankee Cousin, was
splendid and elicited bursts ol
applause. Miss Johnson in the
character of Eliza looked
beautiful 'and supported the
parts finely, and as shn stood
before' the audience with her
little son In the effort to es
cape ber pursuers; had the
thing been real a hundred
stout hearts would have sprung
fiom the audience at the rbk
of their lives, only to have re
ceived one smile; and the-llow
can I ever repay you." Mi
08
Mr.!e Oarrs
;ci, as Mrs. 'bf.
Clair, in the death bed scene
of her Husband brought tears
to many bright and sympathet
ic eye. L.tlle Miss Jessie Oh
mer, as E7a, looked like a lit
tie angel, and was perfection
itself. Among the gentlemen
we have to notice our friend
Thos. Craig; Tommy entered
into the spirit ot his piece fine
ly And made a fine specimen
of a sentimental 'darkle, and
when he bids adieu toEliza ayid
his little boy, and. embraces
his, it seemed very much to us
as though ' Tommy' was hot
quite as green at hugging as
many of his friends might sup
pose. Mr. Henry' tVorlman, as
Uncle Tom, has .only to be
seen to be appreciated, friend
Henry must have good use ol
bis faculties while Campaign
ing n the South for he person
ates an old- sanctimonious
darkie so naturally,' that his
own mother never could de
tect 'tba metamorphose, and
as he refuses the entreaties ol
his wife Chloe, (Miss E He J
kett), and Eliza to run away
prefering bondage to a breach
of faith with bis master, he
causes many an eye to be suf
lufed. Our young friend, S.'W.
Kelch, although burdened with
all the cares of stager, and
scene manager, appeared per
fect in all his parts and in the
character of deacon Perry con
vulsed the bouse with laughter,
the young widows and even
those of an uncertain age even
marvellously interested in the
deacon, and then Miss Ophe
lia faints in his arms, soy ol
them would have been willing
to have bartered a ponion of
their birthright to have stood
in her shoes. Francis Mills, as
Uumplin Cute was perfection
itself. Messrs Jpo. Wortman)
Chas. Wilcox and Thos. Burt
enshaw were fair specimens of
Southeru characters. We are
pleased to be able to announce
to the citizens of McArthur,
Jackson and Portsmouth, our
efficient and popular manager,
Sabe Eelch, intends favoring
those places with an exhibition
of his Troupe during the fall
'
B. C. C.
$1,626,760.
reduction bf the- public
debt during the month b( Aug
ust, , f mounted to ; the sum
above named., Tlus is bstter
than standing 'still
backward.
Cincinnati Commercial.
Tlie Emigration! of. about
three million people from Ire
land during ' the last. Ibirtj
years, and the improvement
which have been made iu' the
land law, have, materially bet
teredlhe condition of 'the peo
pie. The amount of deposits
in alt kinds of banking aud
saving institutions has con
stantly increased, as has, also,
the value ol live stock. Wages
are not now nearly as high as
they are in (his country, but
they are far from the misers,
ble pittance paid ten or fifteen
years ago. 1 be grievances bal
ed onf political and race differ
ences have not been materi
ally abated, but when people
have adundance of work and
decent pay, they are less like
ly to attempt to remedy their
troubles by violence. Al
though the Irish' have yet
many things in regard to which
they may reasonably feel dis
satisfied, a glance at their ad
vancement in the last third, of
a. century will, show, .them
enough reasons forU-courage
me'bt. , i . .
NE WY ADVERTISEMENTS
II ALL'S PATT ni'SKIXO GLOVE-
VfchY GREATLY IMPROVED in form o I
ilia claw, and the ninra complet shield
ligof Ihe parts subject to wear, by metal
pate, making them wear Jbafisiaj u Ian, and
do the work faster and easier than any other
hunker. Mad of the vert beat call leather,
id tour alae, right and lefthanded. "ample
cut prepaid on receiptor price. Half Glove,
l.SAj Full Gloves, ti G Per pair. Liberal
discount la quaatilie Ask your merchant,
or addrea BALL KC6KINQ toLOVS CO.,
CtliCHRO, 111.
ONE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Michigan Lands
;' FOR SALE. '
The (Irani haptdt tmt Man Baihoai ha beta
flniehed auu mile lung, and it entire land
grant earnen .
Ia Faming Land to Actaal Settler, for
,. Jadlviaaaiaaruaioalc,'
SPECIAL , BARGAINS for 1874.
luuooo .ere - been. ,0d alrearty. Th
land are well umhere'i, makina the beal
""I Oi Mima. Strong noil ol great produc
ing power Easily, readied by rail or water.
Ootd MurktU. Kailroad run thinuuh the
Irani Michlro in one Ol IhabaWMeoanland
nont prosperoua Btalea In Itm Weal. It
efcuti lira MftulU It naancial alardiug
No 1. No diltlcully in Iranaporuition. Peace
and prnnperity are it It border. Land Irom
I o 18 per acre. Time mhVient. Inierwt
T per cent. -1 WM. A. HOWARD, -Land
iommiaaioner 'irmd Kapma, Mich.
P, h HEKCK, Boo' land UearMenl. I i
LADY CANVASSEES.
' 1 WANTK".
To .ell the art of MANUFACTURING
IIAin GOODS an'l I,AI)1.M HAIK
IUlCH8I.N-'lh SO lllaatratiena. prie
l6u. al.o to roll ani take order lui hair
gooda
Adilrea with reference, I1ENRT LOFTIK,
Whnlaaale dealer and Importer ul Hamaj.
Ilalr, at and 41 Uoulh balina at., rjyra
caaef N. V. . j. ,. .
$1,000 PER, WEEK
Can he made by any .mart man who can keep
hi. buameax to him.elt Addresa I). If. tit
aaM, Uoboken, N.J.
HtOnner dav
at home. Term free.
y 3-WAddi
Addreaa.Uao. ! ttriKto A Co..
rortland. Me.
A WKF.K uiiaranleeJ to male
d fernate enlio their lAcalr
t Co.ta MiTHINOto irv it.
Partlriilara Iree. . P. l V1CK
KY A CO., Auusta, He.
T18YCUM A NCY. OR KOUL CHARM INO"
1 how either e mw faeqn ale and gain
the lore and afteetinna of any peraon they
chonae, tnelantly Tina aimple mental ac
qunement all can poaaena, free by mail lor
lent; touetherwiih a Marnane '-uide.Ejijpt-ian
oracle, dream., hiuta to Indies A queer
noov iuu.uuu aom Aunree T WILLIAM
CO Publisher., rhilailelphia.
OENEBAL
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SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION.
. , 8HERITS OFFICE,)
Vlatoa CntJ'TT. OHIO, .
, September 17, 187 I
To On QtaliJM Votm of VUto Cmiay, Ohio: 1
WHGKCAS.by lire law orohioretfulalmg
electinna, it i. required ef the Sherirl
hi county to le noiio tielhre the time
"oiainvan election oy proclamation inrougn
out the county of the tine on wnich such
election .hnll be hoblen:
In purauanae of fiioh requUitino,,
f)F.(iRir K LER, 8her(n of Vintbn County,
Ohio, do hereby proclaim and make know)
inai me
. r. . -. . . .
Seoond Tuesday, ia Qotober, 874,
BEIHO THE 13M DA TOF SAID.MONICIIA
I by the Constitution and law of Qhioj an.
pointed the da on which th qualified
elect-
or. ol Vinton Connty ar notified
d to mt
their reaiHotire lownahipa, at their uanul
proper place of holding electinna, between
the houra of I o'clock in (he forenoon and
o'clock in the tfternoon of aald day, and the
and there to vote by ballot for the lolloeihg
officer, to wit: -j. ,, . t)
SI ATE OF! ICEItS.
OneRceretaryofSute, li.'i f - '.v'i
One Clerk of the 8iprem Court.
Two Jndoe i f the rinpreme Court, one
long term and one tor.horl term,
Ob Member of the Board of. Pablto. Work,
On Commieaioner of Common Hchool,
tb But of olu.
DISTRICT
OFFICER.
On RepresantatlTeto Congrea fbrlhe Sieve
inth Conereaaional rXalnct composed ol
eountie of Viotoo,.Hoklng Jaokaon, Oal
lla, Lawrence aod tk-ioto. j ( y
COUNTY OFFICER?. ,(j
OneBherilT, . . t 'f
On Treaaurer, '
jt'-jr-
One Keoorder,
One Commiacloner.
.1 !'
.1
01--'nd
I Hie Coroner, .,,.) . r
Three Inllrmary Director, one for one year,
; one for two year., oo for three year, for
Vinton county.
APPOETIOIKEUT
OP- JTO0B3.
. ' ... . - 1 1-1 M '! i .
The tradee or the Mreral lownahip
in aaid count are hereby notified that' the
following number of juror re apportioned
to their lowoabip rewpe, ttrely. aod that Ihey
are req-ure.1 to (elect the ea;d nimbe and
make return rhereni to the Ooart of Common
Pleas, together with the pqll booki
Elk.'.;.'. .'. . ... . . 21 S wari . . . : !
Kajtle ....'.;. u. 8 Clinton;..;.). u
Wilkesvllje 10, Vinton
Knox a 6 Jackwn '.Vl.'.'Ml
KWDianq 13 Madieon .-,ft, ,. J8
utufieun o Brown
'if
Ii';
. WlTWFSS.'mT hd. at ;my!rBce,)aiKni.
Arthur, thla iOth dT nfHeiemher. 174
ERI)'KA
eheritlof VuiUia'Oounty.l
September IT, 1874. na
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To Julia Ann Dobot
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YOU ar hereby oolifled thai at the Septem
ber aeaaioa, 17. ol in Coaaiiaaioaeia 01
Vinton reeniy. Ohio, William K. relloa and
other Blriiheir petition ar aeouniy road ae
Iqilnw: Kronr point'ta the center of the
cocnl? mad leadmn pa.l Johnaihi- Winter'
ilwellion houiie about 13 rode weat ol rani
noiiM, ia fci lowo.nip 01 Tinwn rouniy,
"hio, thence rutioinit a north lerly direo.
Hoc lb aeanHt aod be( rout iproUMh the
laodaofatid Winter a:,d .lar Rg-hmund to
a point at or near itie nor tn-wt. corner ol t.
U wntra aar-ieo, tneoce in an eaaieriy uireo
lion thro u h (he land old by yog tutaid 8
U. Wolf ad or necuaied by him, and tie
landa of eilmao, Ward A Co., nouih of the
W.ter Mill of iJ Oi'man. Ward a t o., and
alopa the aouth line ot land, owned by Henri
Mu Wilann and inUrwcun- the Jackaonauil
Mcrthur roail at a point about 136 leet aouih
of the aouth lm of the corporate limit or the
Iowa of McArthur io raid Elk town.hlp ol
Vinton eouoty, Ohio, end Ihereloead. .
That ttewera and a anrTeyor were appiint-
ed br aald oeuiaiianr and that aald
riewer aod (urteyor will meet at th initial
Doiotof ad road belitiened foe, oo th Suth
day ofOetnber, A. 1. 174. l K o'clock, A.M.
to nteroaineaicnarKei ineirauuea. , t
Dated, till 17lh dT nrseptemiwr i7.
i : rHitiLiani r
FELTiN,
Pnouapal Petitioner.
G. J. BULINGHITRST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
,-..! . -.1 -i: '.' viv:!1
- and dealer in all kind of
PICTURES,
A L B U M 8 , '
i ll ! -I VVS) V-.rJI 'V .iVi-":
i PICTIJKE-COI.D, ,
i .;. land ' 1 " --).-!' 'i ''
PICTtrBE-KTAILS,
; ij, ,! 1,- -' ; ! :
cop Yirjc
carelniw don,' arid the amalleit piolare
enlarged to anj aiae, aod
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
'' '!';' or ' " '
INDIA IKK, .
kl .1 . u - . . I
or an; other atje that may be deiired, at the
LOWEST ' RATES.
ii i ... . .
Lara; and Inely flalahel PketeaTnpk
-eaa be aiaile from aid and faded, ar
kcratehad pictarea. . , . .
Pictures of aU kinds 'framed to
. . Order, .
and all work varrautett to hit aatUfkclion.
im7 ini
Guardian's Settlement.
Probate Court, Vinlpn Couity, Ohio.
VTfVriCEia hereby given that William P.
11 Felton, guardian of Charlee St.ong,
micor child of Jurtd Rtronu, deoeaed. haa
hied herein hia account with aaid minor lor A
nal aettlement, and fiat the me i tek for
hearing on thedh day of September, next,
A. V. Jjlll) at 9 0 cluck, A. M-
ti a. baiu, rroonie junge.
Aogust 11,11174. . . , : ' H
Sheriff's Sale in Parti-
:.: . tion.
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County
, i W. W. Hartley and wi fe, Plaintlfla,
aoaiaar
' i Johile 0. Ror , et al Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
t Flea Jrmt Order oj bale in rar
' titiun.
TJl'RSUANT Io the command of an Order of
X sale iKnued from the Court ol common
I'len. of Vinton County, and to me directed
bhenrlof aaid county. I will ofler foi tale
the iioorol; the Court tlou.e. in the town of
McArthur, Viuton County, Oh 10, on
Tnuisday.'tlie 17th Day of Septem
bar, A. D. 1874,
at the hour ofl o'clock, P. M. of aaid day, the
following deMirlhed lauda situate ia the coun
ty of Vinion and 8tate 01 Ohio: The wet hall
of I he ao'Hheanl quarter, and the eaut halt
the toiiih-weet quarter ofaection twenty -aey-eu,
l townnhip ten, H range nineteen.
containing IWI acre more or Icim, and the
weat nail of the Dorth-east quarter and Ihe
eiiat half of the north-wea quarter of aection
ininy leur, rawn-nip teu, iu range nine
teen, ll)J containing loU acre,1 mole or lea.,
containing in all Saiacree, more or leaa.
tppran-ed at eix huunored and forty dot
Ian. iH0 and muet brmg two-third, ol tiiat
mm.
.TERM8 0F8ALE: In hand, balance
one and two year .ecu red by n orlgage
iiiepremi.ee aom.
' ORORGE KALF.R, '
i. ' blientt inion i ountv.
E. A. BtArroa etal, Attorneys for Plainiiflu,
AUguat M, a. i. imi. ... . ow
EPTEMBEK
i.t ...f.f.
14, 1874.
UPry Goods
I RECEIVED KOR
PALL SALES
.!. . ' I-"-' !;. I ' ! i : ,1 i
Cassimeres. Satinetts, Jeans
Water prool Cloths, Cant n
, ' tlan els, W ol Flannels,
..New Calicoes, Blck Al-
pacas,
Black Silks.
) II
I 11 Hl'j'll .--ill-
I !i I !; ; "iri
V ii
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
i, n n ... ii
HAMBURG " FMBR0ID.EEIE3;
-.i.;vi!l
RuchingLeatherBelts,
I i' ' J .- i ii 'J j C J ii . . J- u
KID GtOyS.QEEM ANTO'H YABN
Offered - V Lowest
I'
t.I
CHILLICOTHEj O.f
Csih Prices.
Notice.
.6
Probate CoHrt,VIiton,Cflmity, Qhlf.
None Is Jirebygiva (hat lvi' Wyman.
admin atrator, with Ibe will annexed,
nha WyniabnVweaaedt h tiled tin account
lor partial settlement with the estate of aaid
J.itii Wymatj-jsnd than the eame ist for
hearing on ih .ih.rlsy ol Heptemoer, Inst.,
B R. MAYO, Probate Judge.
September , i7., 41
clbsii mm.
WE are now offering our entire etnek or. Summer Good conntetlng In
Dart or Pa raw. In. Fbiib. Suiumt r Hat. Ac, at less tlmu the wholesale
urlcei, lu order to close out belore Sep tt hi ber 1st.
Tans worth $1.50 at 81.00
. 1 OK r-fC
" "
Parasols worth $3,75
ii.
u
2.75
2.00
1.00 at
,75 at
Now is the time to bur an we are determine'! to sell regardless of cost.
K.S.&J.W, WILCOX,
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Ilaihdcn, O.
EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE
. i . . i .
DR. W. C.CLINE&SGN.
VVilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio,
HAVE fitted up their new and ooromodious 8toreroom in superb style Dar
neither time or money to remler it equal in architectural style to any
room io 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 oomplete line of Yankee Notions, Tobuooo
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest
TI1E BROKER'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies lonned and pa
per discounted.
' In connection with the Medical
Medical a Mi
tot the better treatment of all chronic and su gical diseaies and deformities
under a corps of directors who will employ nothing but first-oluss medical tal
ent as operatives in the Institute.
' Patients can be accommodnted after
lodging and nut-sin? at rates fur below
tutions in, the cities, and as good medicaPuttendants as can be procured any
wheie.
iiA 4U
1.00""
at $3.00
.65
.50
at 2.25
at 125
.65
.50
possible prices for cash.
Department will be established a '
the first of October with boarding,
what can be nflor.led at similar insti
mm
of
in
The rU Bachelor' Mari-h
C'p linn Wavi-H, Hnn-ntnlle
Kinkol.fO 35
Kmkel,
uPI7 I nought fohoitin n
Kinkel,
NEW MUSIC
Hil.er Npray, Caprice MHurki Kinkel, 40
Silver Spray. Mori-enu Klt-irant Kinkol, (0
rue Meaner' uance, unnrM-teiiaiKiUPHin. M
BY THE AUTHOR OF
Angela' Vtaita Morreau de Milon Kinkel. 40
The Village Kratival Caprice Kinkel 40
Trembling. Leaver. Morceiu de fealun Kin.60
WHISPERINGS OE LOVE.
OcnMe Spring Willi Klnkb, Mil
Amyrylli bcholliai h Kinkel, 30
Mailed, f-onl-pald, on receipt of the marked
MUSIC FOR SCHOOLS.
We (ire particular attention to the .eld-ting
of muaic for achnol piirpoaea. Teacher
favoring ii with their order need only vtnle
whHtclaaaof Mnaio ihey deaire, and we will
guarantee to make them a .at factory eeleq
(too.
GFTthxBEST.
The heat KEtV school tinging book
rairy Kchoea Price, S 00
The lieai atamlard aohool book ' '
The Hong iCcho Price, 78
The bet piano instructor '
Pelera Eclectic. Price, S 85
The beat reed organ instructor
Kinkel' New Method Price, 2 60
The beat instructor for th voice
l.udden'a School for the Voice Price 3 SO
Tne beat guitar inatructor
Worrall'aOuilar Price, 1 60
The beat collection for male voioes
Piengerieet Price, 1 60
The beat oilecllon lor mixed voice
Ne flu Ultra Glee Bonk Price 1 60
1 he beat collection for church and home
The Cluvter Price 1 60
The beat instructor lor acconleon
Sedgwick's Complete Method Price, 1 60
The beat instriM-iar for Concertina
B-djwick'a Complete Method Price, t 60
rnwiuM ana awued, pox void, ftjr
J. I,. PETERS,
i i : . 600 BROADWAY, N. T.
Notice.
TtTaRFFN PWFTMNH nf Firgtnl City In
V v Montana Terrttorv and Milan BwetUnd of
Minneapolis tri Ihe flale of Minneanta. will
take noilre'hot John Dsnohertvof thecnnniv
or Vinton. In the "tele orntin, rtld. tn iheiTih
day of Anrnst, A. P 174, rile hia petition in
th Court nfflommnn Pleas within and for fhe
ennntvnf Vinton. In aaid Pl"l. if nhio, aw-ainst
lain warren wiani,a.-iri Hilsa wetlrH and
.Inel (i flwetland . heirs at la-v of Joel O. Swet.
land, deceased. Snd Angelina RweUand aa
widow of Jool f. Rwelland, deceased, and a
anmirtatratrlg ol' his estate, and rt. O. Jnnea.
detenrfsnts. setting lorlh ihst the salH Inel li
Swetlann, deceased, while in fill life, snd Ihe
sain Angelina nwellanrl being then hia wi'e
gave a mortgage to Ihe sain John IWoh.-i.
onm.tnta m 473 and 274. in the village of
mearmnr. vinmn county, hio elo. o" ;D-lni
27Aand asm rich ofl of th aonlh side ofl n. lot
in aa will correspond with the aonfh lin of
me gravevarn.neing about oraslH lof7B.h
the same more or leaa, said lota being known
aa etlend' Plahle Lola," to secure Ihe
psvmenl of 127 with S per cent, interest, an
eording to a certain note re'erreo" fn In eaid
mortgage, and that since the eivl g of aaid
mortgage,, the aaid .Toel O. Hwel'aid hsa d
Rsrted this life; that the aald Angel. re "wet
ind laedmlnietratrlgnrthessld Jneia Swel-
isnn, nec'ssen, ann that Ihe aald W siren
Pwellaad, Rllaa Awetland, and .oe f aiwet
land ar hairs at law of tha aairf Jnt ; at.
land, deceased, and that Ihe aaid Renter n.
Jonea claims to have an Intematln the prern
lee deaenhed In sid Petition hj a certain
mortgage deed pnor to Ihclmortgage of p.n.
lift, and praying that Ihe fionrt msv llndth
mon,it due the plaintiff, and If the earn he
not pain within shert nv to he n.m.A h
the
Cnnrl. that anl oremiaea maw K mni
pay Ihe Mime, aod lhat the sai: Rom.efl
Jnne he ordered to aet forth hiaaalH n,L
age i latm. lhat th Oonrt mav determine h
pnoritv of lelna at th hearing thereof; and
the aid Warren Swell sad and Hilaa Bwetlsnd
are noliAed Ihst they are reqnlred te apnesr
and answer said netltlcn on or before the th'rd
Satnrdsv alter the tl dayof .ictober. A. D.1S74
lung oeiiemoer in, 17.
'1 " ' JOHN nsTTOHERTT
, Bt H. W. Covtraar. hi Altorney. . , , 6w
of
A TT QANTI.OR wil Atrnish Walt.
v. s -nam wsicn kit oi. sitvercas
T-the Hme Movement, 1 AO; F!lbre Mire
ment,Sl7.60. H e Tier cases 12.75 per w extra
Wi will aend the Record and the
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jeorfor 13.24."' Mi i
Scribner's Monthly,
THE SDMjIERC'AMI'AION BECIVN
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The Modern Robin? onCrusoe
With 150 Beautiful Illustrations.
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LY, M. Jules Verne's luteal etoy,
THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
in which, not content Willi the old stories of
"KoIiiiisoii Crusoe -nu the'wif ramily
Knbina'in,", the writer undertakes tti-huw
how a party ot men cast upon a myetenons
and desert island may live by ihe'r scientific
resources alone, wnhoii, the aid ofanv wreck
Io draw upon lor the material of file aod
ecu. tort.
The party are American who set out from
nlcniiiiind. va.,ournti tne aiege, it a b illoon.
M Jules Verne unite wi n an accurate wien
tiflo knnwle.igc, an exuberouce of inventive
genius that has ,
FASCINATED TI1E WOULD.
The theme of the present story afords the
author the finest opportunity fur Ihe display
of hi peculiar ailta. TheMory will be pro
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nuinuer.
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BUKiMNtriauu., wx, Broadway, M. x
2umarl74
I. ' I dearl) love. Song and cho.Stewnrt.l Bq
ro ituir.gs no in over ine sea. eong a cno
Htewart
Alabania Blossoms. Song and dance
Stewart .
Temperance Crusader. Bong and cho
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Write to me, Willie. Pong and ehoStewart
When Charlie piny the drum. Bong cho
htewart ' 36
JENNIE
darling, I am lonely now.! Bong and cho
Htewart
Kiss me, darling, ere we part. Song actio -Stewart
Brace up, or have you heard the news
. Stewait
There is something Via dying to say
Htewart '
Walmng on the shady id. Song and cho
Stewart
Faiewell, Anata. Darling. Bong aod alio
30ewarl -
THE FLOWER
Do not weep so, Slater Darling. Songtcho .
Stewart so
Beautiiul form of my dreams. Bong cho i
Stewart 3li
Meet me, Bessie, in the dell. Song and cho
Stewart An
Hick to the old home. Song acho. 8teart 30
Close the shuilers.Willie s dead. S.ewnrt 30
Asking a blessing from Mother. Soniiacho
Stewart SO
OF KlLDAItE,
He kissed me good hye at the gstei He art 30
Tenderly think of the dead. 8ongandcho
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Oive my love Io all at home. Bong andaho
Stewart j. I . - T 80
eaih th wave her spirit wanders. 8ong
-Stewart ' - .r... . , so
Think of me sometime, Maggie. Stewart jo
My dear old Mother. ong a cho. 8lewa,l 30
And Other Songs by J. E. Stewart',
I want to see the dear old home'. Stewart ' tit
Uyatera and wine at S A. M. Bong. Htewart 80
ttamblmg through lha town. Hoag. Stewart 30
KingagaiiMwee. silver bells Son. Stewart 34
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Jennie, the flower ofKlldaje. Bong 8tewrtu
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AT
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a . . . ...
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Stationery,
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Wmar IS74 , . . . , ,'
NEW SPUING STOCK
OF
MILLINERY
' ' i AND ; ' r
LADIES' FANCY GOODS.
IVcw Mjlett of .
HATS.BONNETS.RiBBONa
IN ALL NEW SHADES, . .
Jute Draldi, . J
Embroideries. '
Edglugs,
Trimmings
Laces,
Gloves,
F'cy G)tt)
Jewelry,
Corsets,' Etc.
Also n large assnrtmenfof
' Gcntlimen's Jt'tckltti- !
Bleaching, Pre i sir g, Pfiucdsirs;,
ana su Kinas ot muiuerj
-Work done to Order on .
shirt Notice,
Give us a call. We will seV lower
tliuii ever.
J. P. & C. A. DUNKL ,
Main st MoArthu O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
OLOTHiisra-
FRANK IIELL9IAN, Agent,
At hi ne I'luce of business,
COEY'S BLOCK, OPPOSITE UHI01T
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OF -
Spring and Summer Clothing
I-iVEU brought to thi market, embracing
Vill the luteal and most fashionable alylea,
cm in accordance with the latest lashion.
When you wnnt a uohhy suit dou't (sil to sail
on Kratik. lie also CUTS and
. .
Makes Garments to Ordsr
n and has a full line of
Gents' Underwear
HATS AND LAPS, &C.
All clothing marked down to Ih LOW.
EST FIlit'KF.N. Give me a dll and i wil
warrant aatialaulion
i''ir FRANK HELLMAN.
Manhooa: How Lost, How Eestbrsd !
Just putilisaeit. new lt
tion f Dr. Calverwell'a
Celebrated aaay on the
radical care laithoiit n,eui
cine) ot -rsaasvoaaii. av or eeminal Weak
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Mental aud Hliysical Incapacity, Impedimenta
to Marriage, em., alao, OiasDamoa, truer
by, and tits, induced by sell-iudulgence or sex
ual extravagnnce.
VATI'ric in a sealed envelope, only 8 reuts.
The oelebmted aulho in tins adminible
say clearly demonstrate from a thirty ear
aucressfuf practice, that the alarming conse
quences of sell-abuse may be radical y cured
without the dangerous use of internal medio
cme or the application of the knife; pointing
out a mode or cure at once simple, certain and
elteclual, by mean of which every ruOorer.
no matter what bis condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privatelv, and eaaHeaAy.
WThl Ler lure should be' in Ihe hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
"enl, under seal, in a plain envelope, to'any
dd.-es. pesowU on receipt ol sioeoii, st
two post atampa.
Also Dr. culverwell's Marriage ewde,"
price AO cent.
. Addreasthe publisher,- -.' i. l
CHA. J.O KLINE a CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, ,10s
COAL.
GET THE BEST,
fHAVE re-opened my coal bank, and am
1 prepared to till orders for coal in quantities
to suit 'pun-hasera. I will sell cheap aa
coal ol the same quality can be obtained etse
"b'fe. ENoBT. W1NTKRB.
XSunl874 2m .
HORTOM'S, CORNET BAND,
H. W.HORTCN,i.eade)f
Mc ARTHUR, s OHl61
HAVINO lately purchased new and hand,
some band wagon, and are prepared
iHrnrsnj xoot musio en- applH-eiiea, -t atl
pou.la in this oradjoiDiogcounuea. Addresa.
aa above - . . , -,jan4m
cinciio-QUiriirjE
i w ws cjjecnuu a remedy
FOR FEVER a AGUE
a th 8ulphau Io tb asm dneea, while It off erf
! " 'ea, ia mor pauataot and aracA elu-aper.
j Sir deecrtptlra Clrtmlar with TttifnOmk
a,J')Wiia)iMirria all parti pfab ejun.
HTSampI rckages for trial, n teat,
I Prepared by BILLINGS, CLAi'J- i CXJ, atmaf,
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