THE VINTON RECORD.
McA iU'HUK, OHIO,
THURSDAY. OCT. 1.' 1874.
a The Vinton Record newspaper and
'job office it for sale at a bargain to a
ouh buyer. Applj to or address
JOUN T. RAPKR, MiArthur, 0.
FoSecretarjr of State,
ALLEN T. WKOFF.
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
For Judge of the Supreme Court (to
WILLIAM W. JOHNSON.
For Clerk of the Supreme Court,
, RODNEY FOOS.
For Cotumlaslonerjjif Common Schools
!TIOMAS W. HARVEY.
For Member of the Board of rubllc
STEPHEN R. HOSMER.
For Representative In Congress, 11th
HEZEKIAH S. BUNDY.
' For Sheriff,
; GEORGE KALER.
ROBERT S, BARNHILL,
CHARLES B. TAYLOR.
JOHN W. BROWN.
GEORGE E. ATKINSON.
For Infirmary Director, fofl year,
For Infirmary Director, for 3 years,
For Infirmary Director, for 3 years,
Uiorob Kaler left a good pc
itlon to take the Sheriff's office
two yean ago; be has made
the most efficient Sheriff Vin
ton county has ever had. No
official act of bis, either in serv
ing writs, sffllidg property or
anything else has ever teen
et aside or held invalid by
the Court, nor has he charged
illegal fees. Now, why make
upon him a desperate fight,
simply to put in the place a
new man, without experience
or business tad? Why throw
aside a man who has bad but
(one term and who has been a
$ttceea for the sake of an ex
periment! We do not believe
the fair minded men of Vinton
county will do it.
Heretofore, in this county.
the. Sheriff has Invariably
been re-elected after bis first
term, and especially should
Kaler be, when no man can say
aught against him as a man or
B. 6. Barnhill one -of the
best men in the county a
plain, intelligent, honest far
mer, has accepted the nomma
tion, on the earnest solicitation
iris friends. " ' (
Jle does not depend for a li v
fag upon the office, and has
not baen Bitting in town wait
ing for It, for two or three
years. lie was nominated sim
ply because be was regarded
as a fit man for the place and
if elected will be a proper guar
dian of tbe people's money.
Mb. Charles Taylor
most estimable young
well fitted for the place.
Job W. Baows, is one of the
best men of the countv. We
trust the people of Vinton
county will see the fairness, tbe
good sente of placing a Repub
lioan on tbe Board ot Commit
loners. Our taxes are enor
room; our treasury empty; our
oounty orders far below par.
It everything is lair and the
money properly expended, no
barm could come of placing a
Republican 'on. tbe Board; it
would be "minority representa
tion" in practice,' and we are
6atisjed it would check extrav-gance".----'-"-''"-
-tie, JL .
" For Infirmary Directors, the
convention made no party nom
ination, but ask the people to
select three men of known hon
esty and efficiency to E take
charge of that iuslitulion. We
put it to the people of Vinton
countv, to say whether they
prHer honesty and ability that
wilt work ecouomy, to partisan
ism that for partisan purposes
will waste tha people's money.
If you prefer honest ability to
party favoritism, vote lor John
Oowd, Francis Strong and
Thomas Magee for Infirmary
Directors. . . . j
HON. H. S. BUNDY.
Mr. Bundy,our candidate for
congress, is emphatically a sell
made man. Nearly three score
years ago he was a poor orphan
boy. Mr. Pearly Brown, well
known around here, as one of
the pioneers who settled and
improved this part of the coun
try, saw this boy, one day
when be was in Athens,1 and
took him home with him to
raise,wben be was about seven
years of age. Young Bundy
soon made himself useful about
Mr. Brown's farm, performing-
all the duties usually assigned
to one of Lis age about such a
lie remained some years
with Mr. Brown who gave him
the benefit of a good educa
tion, of which he took full ad
vantage. Ills quick percep
tion and keen insight inlo hu
man nature won for him the es
teem and confidence of all who
came in contact with him in
business even in bit youth.
Arriving at his majority be en
gaged in mercantile pursuits,
and also became a minister oi
th9 gospel in the M. . Church.
Mr. Bundy eventually entered
upon the study-of law, was ad
mitted to the bar and became
a leading practitioner. lie was
always an aenterprieing, public
spirited, upright man, and in
the course of events became in
terested in the iron business,
in which he engaged, aud soon
became the proprietor of ex
tens! re works, and was more
thau ordinarily mccesslul in
his undertaking, and became
identified as one of the leading
business men of the country.
Ue has since that time, repre
sented Jackson county in the
Legislature. - In 1864 Mr. Bun
dy was called into Congress by
the people ot the Congression
al district. After serving his
term with honor and to the sat
ialaction of bis constituents, be
again chose the walks ot a pri
vate citizen iron and farming
monopolizing bis attention.
The tarifl question having been
re-agitated for the five years
past, and the people of this dis
trict recognizing in him the
ideal representative of the iron
industries ol this section, and
protection to American indus
try; have again summoned him
to appear in tbe councils of tbe
nation, and two years- agobe
was elected by a large majori
ty. He will, doubtless be elect
ed on tbe 13(h of October by
an increased majority. ; : Such
eminent satisfaction has be ren
der to the people of this dis
trict, that the ' masses,' even
among his-political opponents,
accord that he is the man for
the place. 1 I
Mr. Bundy has experienced
II the phase of human life be
tween poverty and affluence,
and is therefore Dracticailv.
well qualified to know human
nature in all its various condi
uons just sucn a man as is
needed in our national coun
cils. He is pre eminently the
laboring man's friend, for be
"knows how it is himself." He
is of a benevolent nature, and
has assisted many in their
struggle with poverty and the
world. One prominent trait in
his character is his sociability;
be is good humored and conge
nial among all, of whatever de
gree or station.
Reader, this is a brief outline
of the history of the man that
is a candidate for your suffra
ges. It 16 for you to decide
whether any other man could
represent the people any let
teror as well. - - f "
The Rights Bill.
The bumbuggery of some of
the Democratic brethren over
the Civil Rights Bill Is utterly
astonishing and disgusting.
Years ago our people were
aroused by the cry of rfNigger
Equality" and the faithful ral
lied under banners inscribed
"white husbands or none." Lets
than one year passed and ev
erybody was ashamed ot the
weakness of the thing, and no
where could be found the bear
ers of those wonderfully
wrought banners. But Mon
sieur Tonsuer comes again
and "Nigger Equality" ''Nigger
Superiority" is again the battle
cry of tbe Democracy. Foor,
miserable 'stuff, issued out to
the imbecile and ignorant for
the sole aud only purpose ot
alarming them into votiug tbe
straight, unscratched ticket
Fraud and deceit is practiced
in the name of Democracy, and
when all else fails, the rallying
cry, "Nigger Equality" is sound
ed and the faithful rally.
Wiikn you want to secure a
bargain, always deal with
those who advertise.
IIALLtf PATT lll'sUlxa ClLOVEy
VERY GREATLY IMPROVED In form m
tha clawe, and the more complete shield
ug of Hi pari subject to wear, by meial
inlet. making them wear jIm lm long, and
do tha work faster aod easier than any other
hunker. Mada of the er best call leather,
in lour Miaes, right aid Mi handed. Hum pie
sent prepaid on receipt of price. HalfGloyas,
l,iA; Full Gloves, 11.60 per pair. Libera,
discount la quantities. Ak vour men-hunt,
or address UALL HUbKINO (iLOVH CO.
ONE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Michigan Lands
The Oraad RapMi and Indiana Railroad has been
finished sou miles long, snd its entire land
Ia Farming Lands t Actual Settlors, for
Individuals or Colonies)
SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874.
100,000 sere hare been sold already.' The
lands are well timbered, makinii Ine heal
kind of farms.' Blrong soils ol great prodnn
ing pooer Easily reached by rail or water.
Good ifsrWb. Railroad runs thinimh the
rant Michigan is one ol the Ira imltUtd and
most prosperous Htatee In . the West, its
mssoIs are onnmaHtd, Its financial standing
No 1. No difficulty In transportation. Hem e
and prosperity are in Its borders. Lands Irom
$4 to 14 per acre. Time sumVlent. Interest
I per cent. M. A. IIOWAItD,
Land Commissioner iraml Kapms, Mich.
P. B, P1EKCE, Hoc'y land Department,
To sell the art of MjtNUlA'Triliro
IIAIIl (iOODS sml 1,A11KS 1IA1K
HKESMIM1 wth 60 Illustrations, price
f 1 61), Also to salt and lake orders foi hair
Address with reference, HENRY LOFTIE,
Whnlessle dealer snd importer ol Human
Hair. a and 41 South halino at., Syra
cuse, n. y.
$1,000 PER WEEK
Can he mada by any imart man who can keep
nis Dusinesn to nimseiL Address u. r. at
sail, Hoboken, N.J.
per day at home. Terms free.
- fa.VAddreaa fjio. Htissom A Co..
A WEEK ituaranteeri to male
and female agents in their local
ity uosts miTuinu to try it.
Particulars Iree. P. O. VICK-
r.Ki w Augusta, Me.
pSYC0MACY.0B 80DL CHARM ING"
17 How either sex may fsscn ale and gnn
the loye and nflei'tions of any persoo they
chouse, instantly Tins simple mental ac
quirement all can possess, free by mail lor 2.1
cents; together with a Marriage '-uide.Egypt-isn
Urncle, dreams, hints to ladies A queer
noon iuu.ihiu sold AU.irese T WILLI AM A
CO Publishers, Philsdelphia.
" ' SHERI'P OFFICE.)
Vistos County, Ohio, V .
September IT, 1874 I '
To On Qualtjkd Votsn of Vinton Count), Ohio:
WT H ERBA8. by the laws of Ohio reaulatins
y elections, it ia required of the ttheritt of
his county to give notice before the time of
"oiaina sn election oy proclamation through
out the county of Ihe time on which such
electioo shall be holilen: : ,
In pursuanae of such requisition, I,
OKDrUie, K KLKH, Sheriff of Vinton County,
Ohio, do hereby proclaim and make known
iqjti uie . ;' ' . I , :, .- V . !
Seoond Tuesday in Ootober, 1874,
BBINO TBE ISA DAT OF SAID UONTB,)'-
Is by the Constitution and law of Ohio, ap,
pointed the da on which the qualified elect
ors ot Vinton County are notified io meet in
their resptoiiye townships, at their usual or
proper plane of holding elections,, between
the hours of 6 o'clock in Ihs forenoon ami a
o'clock in the afternoon, of said day, and then
and there to vote by ballot for tbe following
officers, to wit;
. SI ATE OFFICERS. :
One Secretary of State, . '! .! .
One Clerk of the Bipreme Court,-
Two J udges bt the Hapreme Conrt, one for
long term ana one lorsnort term,
One Member of the Board of Public Works,
One Commissioner of Common Hchoola, for
tbe State of Ohio.
One Representative to Congress to r the KUr
foth Consressional iisiriclcompoed ol the
rauuiLxji . imun, nocKing Jackson, Ual-
nn, miwicuc. mil Oliow.
On - Treasurer, --
One Recorder, t
One Commissioner. '
( loe Coroner.
Three Infirmary Directors, one for one year,
one for two years, one for three aar. fop
sal avraa v U al J . d . i l '
APPOETIOHlIEIfT OF JUBOES.
ine trnslees of the srer.1 inn.h,n.
fohowing numher of jurors ire apportioned
lo their towoships resp.tiyely. and lhat they
are req-ure.1 to aelert the said ni.mberand
make return Ihereol lothe Court of Common
rim, Kieiner wito ine poll book;
Elk ..21 Swan
Kiijfle ... 6 Clinton....
Wilkesvllle 10 Vinton .
Knox 6 Jackson . . ,
Kichland ..13 Aladmon
liitirison 6 Brown .
WIT! my bahd, at ' my offl'ce.'in Mc-
Artliur, Una 'JUth ds orselenihor.-1KT4
' .-...'.- . . .
September 17,174. ' w
ro Julia Ann uobo:
"f 00 are hereby notified thai at the Beptem-
I her session, ls7, of ih C rr. mission. t. ol
Tinlou county, Uhio, William r. tetioa and
others lle1 thair petition tor a oounty rued aa
follows: frosts point in the center of the
eoeniv road leading past Johoathta Winter's
dwelling hou abuul II rods west ol said
hoase, in Elk town. hip of Vinton county,
'hio, theoce ruuoioi a aorthessterly direo.
lioa tha aeanst aod best route through Ihs
lands or aaia winters aim Hri ruenmuaa to
a point at or sear the north-west corner of E.
V. Wolfs iisMes, thence in an easterly direc.
tion through lha lands sold by you to said E.
It Wolf and sow occupied .y him, and tha
lande of (iilmao, Ward t Co., south of tha
Water will or s.lJ Ui'.man, Ward m co..aou
along lha south line of lends owned by Henri
atu iVilsnn and intersecting lha Jackson and
Memhur road at s point about ISA leet south
of lha south line of tha corporate limits of lha
town of McArthur In Mid township ol
Vinton county, Ohio, and thereto aod.
That riewers and surveyor were appoint
ed by said commissioners and thai said
viewers and surveyor will meet at tha initial
poiat of said road petitioned for, on tha h
day of October, A. 1. 14174. al 10 o'clock, A.M.
toaster on Ihadischsrgeofthairdulies.
Dated this 17th day of September 1874.
WILLIAM P. KELTUN,
4w Principal Petitioner.
C. J. BttLINGHJJRST,
and dealer In all kinds of
PICTURE-CO II D,
careliilh done, and the smallest pictures
enlarged to any sue, aud
Finished in Oil,
o any other style that may be desired, at tha
Large and Inely finished Photographs
eaa be uiade from old and liided, or
Picture of all kind framed to
and all work jrarrauted to give satisfaction,
rrobate Court, Vinton Couity, Ohio,
TOTICEis hereby given lhat William F
Vl Fulton, aa guardian of Charlea St.ong,
minor child of Jared Btronu, deoeased, hss
hied herein his account with said minor lor fi
nal settlement, ami that the same is set for
hearing on the tan day of September, next,
A. V. 187IJ St O c luCK, A. M.
a B. HAVO, Probate Judge.
August. 11, 1H74. 4t
Sheriff's Salo in Parti
State ot (Ohio, finton County
W.N. Hartley and wife, Plaintiffs,
Johile Q. Ross, el al Defendants.
In Vinton Count; Court of Common
rieas tint Order oj bale 11 i'or
"PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
j. Bate isaiiea irom the Court or Common
Plens of Vinton Countv. aod to me directed
as bhunftof said county, I will orler foi sale al
the door ol the Court House, in the town of
Ui'Artnur, viuton County, Ohio, on
Thru sday, the 17th Day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1874,
at the hour ofl o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described Isnds situate in the couu
tyof VinionandUtateoi Ohio: The vent hull
of Ihe southeasl quarter, and theeasthsll'of
uie snum-wesi quarter or section Iwenly-eev.
eu, (27 1 townxhip ten, ln range niueUen- 19
containing I Ml acre more or less, and Ihe
west half of the north-east quarter and lh
eiiMi nan 01 me nortn-west quarter or section
thirty four, 134 1 lown.hip leu, (Hi) range nine.
whi, i iuj couiHining iiju acres, moieoriess;
uujiiaiuiiig m an .mi acres, more or leas.
tpnrnmed at six huunnred snd forty dol
lars. tm and must bring two-thirds of that
TERMS OF BALE: in hand, balance in
one and two years secured by nortgngeon
uie Mreiinses sum. .
eheritt Vipion i ounty.
E. A. Bbattos et si, Attorneys for Plaintifls!
August 13, A. D. It74.. . 6w .
SEPTEMBEK 14, 1874.
HAS RFCE1TED KOB
' . . '
Passimeres, Satinetts, Jeans,
Water proot Chths, Cant n
Flamels, W ol Fla"nelst
New Calicoes, Blck Al
pacas, Black Silks-
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
j . ,
Ruching Leather Belts,
KID GLOVES,QEEM ANTO'H YAHN
: "... i . '
OrTered at . Lowest , Cash Price.
' 1 B. B. 8KABT.
'I' : I .SASV. HI , I-; ; . ......
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereby siyso lhat Levi Wvman.
admin strator. with Die mil inn.H nr
John Wyman. iotieased, has nled his account
lor partial settlement with the estate of said
Job i Wyman. and tint the same is set for
hennnir on ihe th rtst ol Hci.iemr-r .
(W4,)at loo'cloek, A. M I ... ,. .
rl. K. MATU, Probata Judire.
September 3, !.. .ii-, , , . v . St , :
WE are now oflVrlnjr our entire stock of 8iimnnr Goods conslstlnfc In
part of I'grew.l Fans. Suuiim r Hats, Ac, at less thau tbe wholesale
prices, lu order to close out belore September 1st.
.44 , 44 i
44 3.25 at 2.75
" " 2.75 at 2.25
" " 2.00 at 1.25
' 1.00 at .65
" " .75 at .50
Now la the time to buy aa we are determined to sell regardless of cost.
It. S. & J. W. WILCOX,
mm II STORE!
Wilkecville, Vinton Co., Ohio,
HAVE fitted up their uew and commodious sbire-room in superb style spar
neither time or money to remler It equal Id architectural styje to any
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former stock of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye StUlTn, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, to
which they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tubacoo
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash.
THE BKOKEU'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pa
per discounted. 1 . '
In connection with the Medical Department will be established a
in ail na
for the better treatment of all chronie and au gical diseases and deformities
under a corps of direo tors who will employ nothing but firstoolitss medical tal
ent as operatives in the Institute.
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with boarding,
lodging and nursing at rates far below what can be afforJed at similar insti
tutions in theoities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured tiny
$1.50 at $1.00
Th0,i rlarlielor's March
C'p lins: Wav-M, Hnn-amlle
Happy Thoiiyhl dchollw'h
filter Hprsy. Caprice Musurka Kinkd, 10
RilvvrHnray. Muri-saii Klraiint Kinksl. All
Tbe K pa iw r a' I'ance, ClmrwietisliqucKm. 3A
BY THE AUTHOR OF
Angsts' Visits. Mnrceau rte f-nlnn Kiukel, 40
Tlie Vil'ane Keslival. Caprice Kmkel 40
Trembling Lea.es. Morceau de ealon Km.50
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Amyrylh. Kcholtisi-h . Klnkei, SO
Mailed, post-paid, on receipt of the marked
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We ire particular attention to Ihe select
ins of musii- for school nurnosei. Teachers
(aronnii.ua with tlieir orders need only slate
wnsi ciuss oi otiihio vney nesire, and we will
Ktiaraoiee lo make llitm satisfactory seleo
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Kairy K-hoea Price, t SO
The best standard school book
I lis Hong Kcbo Price, It
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The best reed nrimn instructor
Price, 3 25
Kinkel's New Method Price, t 80
The best instructor for Ihe solce
Ludden's School fhr the Voice Price S 60
Tne best (tiiitsr instructor
Worrell's Guitar Price, 1 to
The beat collection for male voiaes
Pieneeriest Price, 1 SO
i ne of si loiieriton lor mixed voices .
Ne Plus Ultra files Rook Price 1 SO
The best collection for church and home
The Cluster Price I 40
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j-wxiMaaoaa mum, fon faid, s r
J. I.. PETERS,
i SW BROADWAY, M. T.
WAR'TtKNflWETUND of Firsinla City In
Montana Territory and Hilaa wetland of
iiiimpiiii. in me rime or Minneanta, will
take on lies i hot John Danvhertynf Iheooiinfy
of Vinton, in the rite te of Ohio, did. cn Ihe27ih
dsy of Aumise. A. D 1874, file his petition in
the Court ofOommnn Pie ss within and for the
county or Vinton, in said Slot. if Ohio, aoiinst
M Warren Swetlsnd.and Silas Swell, nd and
w- oweuanq, neirs at lawnr.lnol n. 8wt
land, deeeased. and KmtoWnm d..ii..j
'Ho of Jonl Swetlsnd, deceased, and as
.'uiraiBiniini or nia estate, snd rl. C. .Tones,
deieijrianis. setting lorth that the said loel O.
BweHanrt, deceased, while in full llle, and Ihe
said Angeline Swetland being then his wife
htb mnnenge m the said John rareherty
on in- j and 74. in the ylllareat.f
McArthnr. Vinton ennnts. I Ihlm ( a. --W..,
tin ..in as mnrn on or ths ennth side ofl n-lof
276as will eorresnsnd with the arinfh linn r
ii ara.eysrn. neingsoom or said lot Wfl.he
the ssme more or less sold Im. hin. L
as "Pwetland's Plshle LoU." to secure Ihe
saw witn a per cent, interest, ao
cording to a certain note referred to In said
mortgage, and that since the mr) rot ssid
mortrsge,, the said Joel O. HweMasd hsade
parted this lifet that the said AnirH.ce Be(.
land isadmimsiralriz of the ssid Joel O Swet-
I" ll'l . neC'SSSff. Illll thai th mmlA tB
Swetland, Silas rtwetland, and Joel O Swet
and are hfira at law of the aald Jnel Hwet
lan. d.-eafl- anH ik.i ....i a n
Joneselaims lo hare sn Internal in the prem-
. ln ni pennon ny a certain
mnrtrage deed prior to thelmortrage of plain.
lilt, and praying that the Oonrt may And the
mon.il due the plsintifl, and if the same ha
IT"" wimin a snen nay to he named h
ne i,onrL ina sant premises may he sold to
V"J rr.mm. ana insi ine esic PnmerO
Jones ordered lo set forth his ssid morfc
gsre i lairn. lhat the C.nrt may determine the
?? .Vl, ,"n" h" "rfiig Ihereol; and
the sal .Warren f wetland snd Hilaa Swetlana
are noliAed Hint they are refill red to appear
snd tnswer said Bellticn on or belore the third
Batmd.r after Ihe S3 day of .ictober, A. t 1874
Xated Set terober IS. 1874. ' i .
BrH. W.CoriTisr.bl. AjtorneT...- 6 '.
G W CATOBwilln.rni.heWsH.
s V s Olmm sal in . na rerca-e
Z h! 2,n.m.iM.,ov"n'!nt' 'itn- Er
tnent, 117.40. H eaVier eases f 2.7S per OS extra
,i will send the. Record and the
Cincinnati Oasettu to suLscrtl
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Stewart, ' 30
Walsing on the shady side. Song and cho
Stewart , , jo
Faiewell, Annie Darling. Song and oho
80"r- '. ... . 'ii
- - 1 .
Do not weep so, Sister Darling. Bongscho
Stewart - . " .'SO
Beautilul form of my dreamt. Song A cuo
Meet me, Bessie, in the dell. Song snd cho
Stewart . - - so
Btuk 10 the old home. Bona schn. Rumt an
Hose Ihe shutlers.Willie a dead. 8. swart SO
Asxinga blessing irom Mother. Songauho
."Mi . . i ; 1 . 8u
Ha kissed me good-bye at the gate. f-teart 30
1 enderly think of Ihe dead. Song and uho
Stewart , 30
Oive my. lore to all at boms. Bong endcho
'Neath Ihe waves her spirit wanders. Boos
Stewart 8 30
Think of ms sometimes, Maggie. Stewart i
My dear old klother. Song cho. 6tewa.t 30
. . ' I 1 : . . . . 1 ..
And Other 8ongs j J; E. Stewart.
I want to ses the dear old heme. Stewart sn
Oyaters and wine at I A. M. Song. Stewart SU
tumbling through the town. 8ong. Stewart 30
nisiaaainweai sitter balla an,u..-.
Slolenkisses are the sweetest. Hong. BtewsrtM
Jenaia, Ibe Bower of KHdare. Bonn. Stewanto
Mailed, post-paid, on -ecelpt of lbs marked
By J. L. PETEES, W Broadway, New York.
Wb will furnish the Record and the
Cincinnati Gaiette to u
12 ' '
PJeHT,?.E? MBrt ISet t" jBso. v. .
C ItOwn A .. 41 Park B II 'tr t --11
taring Cbemisw, Uonot,, 1
Fresh for the Spring Trade
,;.';.: ..." Mti
WOLF, PEAECE & Cot's
SOILED Al D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
" Cotort Ground in Oll,;J
Paint and Varnish UruKhei.
Alto full Hne of '
rLREFRESU DilLGS CHEMICALS
Dye Stuffs, ,
. ' . . ; J '
Everything at the very Lovat IYin
WOLF, PEAECE & CO,
NEW SPRING STOCK
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
Kcw styles of
IN ALL NEW SHADES,1 '
'. Laces, : .1 .;.
Also a large assnrtmentof ' '
Cenloiittt's A'tcktlt$. ,
Bleaching, Freisirg. Pemcdeirf,
and all kinds of Millinery
Work done to Order on
ihut Notice, t '
Give us a call. We will sel' luwer
J. P. & C. A. DUNK 1 1 ,
Main at. MoArthu j 0.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRANK IIELL91AN, Agent,
At his ns pines of IioHlness,
COSTS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UDION
HAS TBS ' '
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER brought to this market, emlirscmg
nil Ihe latest and most faxhiuilahla alla.
cni io accordance with the latest fashions.
When you want a uohby sun ituu't fall lo oil!
on iraulc. lie also CUTS' snd
Makes Garments "to Ordir
and has a full line of
HATS ANDCAIS, &fJ.
All rlnlhinir marked rinirn In th f nw.
ENT F1UVUXS. GnemeacillaoU 1 wil
'r FRANK HEbLMAIf.
Manhoom How Lost, How Eestored !
job! onhhsaed, a nswedis
tion f Dr. CaWerwelPa
Celebrated Essay on Ihe
rodii.il- ear IwiLtinnt n..,.
cine) of npaaaAToeaims, or Beminal Weak.
,, loroiunmrj aemmal Losses, laporsecT,
Mental aud Physical Incansciiv. lm,..iim..i.
to Marriage, ele., also, Cissuptio, Epilsp.
st, and his, induced brsell-iodulnsoeeor sci.
ual estrafagance. ' - - i
frrice in a ssalerf enselope, only cents.
Ths celebrated autnor ( Ik iHminKi. ...
l untr.T ui-monsiraiea irom a thirlj jesrs'
successful practice, that ths alarm, n rnn.
qufnoes oiseii aouse ms; ha radical teursd
without the dangerous use of infernal Jnnlv
erne or the application of ths knife; pointing
outs mode of cure st oncesimple, certain and
ctleclual, bj meana of which erer suRrrer,
no mailer what hie conduinn Ka
cnrehimseirchsaplr, privatcl,, and radnlti.'
rt his Lei lure should be in the bands It
S ''r"" '." ",,u ery man in the land. n
Sent, under aval, in .
sua. ess, foitpau receipt ol lu seats, or
two post stamps. t i . )' i'
pncr6Dcena.U,VerWe,,', "M'""W Gu,de
. D ' CHAD. J. 0 KtlNH it CO,'
I2T Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4,90s
GET THE BEST
THATE re-opsned my coal bsnlc, and am
I prepared lo till orders fhr coal lo quantities
to suit purchasers. will sell nschean as
coal of the same quality can he obtained eise
HCfiiTON'S CORNET -BAND,
H, VV. HORTON, weader,
McARTHUR, ' lOWX
i ' - i - vu.r.uuv. w nil
furaish cood musio on appltcaiion. t ait
poiuta la this oradioini
is as eifertuxtl m,!,. i v
FOR FEVER & AGUE
IIihriuJ!u,u ,Aro i" iT orts
Kl ess, is mora nalhU.n,l
. wdeacrftHTW Clrcnlar with TitimmiaU
t fhu.tlHaHm Pmm all . . A"? "T"?0"
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