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THE VINTON RECORD,
MoAIOliuit, OU I o,
TIIUHSUAY, NOV. 20. 1874.
Ji The Yteto Kecord neTsrsjper and
job office' ia kt mIo ta bargain to
,'oa' l"jer. t Afftly to or eddresa
"JOnS T.'BAPKR, MiArthur, 0.
Rise up W. Alien.
' If tlie distinguished
lh'greattiefls of the days pone
Ohio as governor lor I he last
i.::ien montho, should in the (lis--
r pensation of Providence 'mov
icing in 'a mysterious way" be
n called to the Fresideullal man
- sion, what a lat thing it would
be for a few political Macaw
bers who have loafed and lazed
': away the past decade, seedy,
gaunt and gloomy, waiting for
?. something to turn up. Rise up
.!," William and let a few of the
i rag tag and bob-tail have a few
'tquare meals before the devil
demands his due and takes
: Ye Gods ! if Bill Allen were
.'-. President but tor a day, what a
windlall to these high-toned
'paupers. We are for Allen now
; and until the Millenium dawns.
Those Taxpayer's Meetings.
' W hear much of these
' weekly. What of them? We
Republicans had meetings lu
Elk, Swan, Brown, Madison,
and Wiltiesville townships.
An effort was made to have a
meeting : in Jackson but the
- man who had the key to Locust
7 ,Grove church would not let
the people iuto the church and
., the result was the meeting vir
- tually failed. In Eagle, Uar
, rison, Kichland, Vinton, Knox
, aid Clinton, no meetings were
r held. ' What was the result?
i Our losses on the general lick
r et and on Congress were al
.. most entirely confined to the
.townships where no meetings
i were held. Ilad we held two
, r0 three meetings in every
'township in the county the
Democratic majority would not
. have been as laage as it was
, one year ago.
Buying up Claims for Slaves.
A gentleman ot high stand
ing, who has spent much time
in Florida for the past two
years, and is well acquainted
there, brings information that
gentlemen, in that State are
now engaged in buyiog up
claims for slaves, and actually
' paying for this class of claims;
in some instances, one hun
dred dollars each having been
paid. Among others engaged
in the business is ex Senator
Why didn't the Commission
er'a Report show the money
paid out on the road leading
Irom WcArthur to Dundas? It
strikes s that a few hundred
was allowed out of the county
treasury" to pay damage nn
that road. .Is it a Court Uouse
sccre'? Should not the people
know where the moneygoes?
Kb. ; ' "r'
For the Vinton Record.
' Mr.Ed'ituk please insert the
following little anecdote; it
may interest some of your
readers : '- .
A SHORT STORY WITU A MORAL.
Five men were cast away al
tea in a boat, with provisions
for. only a short time. For a
while they Jived on good terms,
rowibg and steering the boat
by turns. They ate sparingly
but cbaerfully and hoped for
land.' ' Two resolved to take
charge ot the boat and provi
eions, and if needs be to put
the others out. They resoK'ed
that the boat was too small
Aftar.iuany days the boat came
into . port; there were three
men, three only, in the .boat
Ihey said the other two sank
(when tbey were thrown over
. Horal, A hanful of commu
nity arrays itself against the
body of society-it denounces
all professions but its own. .
It refuses to act in harmony
With society but sets itself up
, disturbing element, the
boat ia too small . for five, pro
visions too scarce for the many.
Will society at large go vsr
Ward! or will thoy, forced to
combiue, llrow the handful of
disturbers overboard. , j .
A coRKKsfoNDKNTof. the Cleve
land Leader speaks thus of the
success of Prof. Gist, formerly
of this county, )n UU inanagj
ment - ot tVillooghby Co lege.
. "The College, under (he man
agement of Profejfor, W. W
Gist, Is about completing a
pleasant and successlul term
Recitations will close next
week, and then come examina
lions, the students trial and
the test of the degree of ad
vancement he has .made. The
examinations are all (o be writ
tena very good plan lor the
student, perhaps though not
especially interesting to visit'
ors. There will be a vacation
of ten days between the terms.
A nurabei of ttudents will
leave lor the purpose ot teach
ing during the winter, wiih
this exception we believe that
every student intends to re
turn and many new ones are
expected. The - Wednesday
evening prayer meetings have
been faith ully attended during
the term, the greater part of
the studenU being present
On Thursday fvenings the
teachers and students have
been accustomed to meet in
the chapel lor an hour's recre
ation and general conversation,
when it has been the custom
to read a section from some
standard author, generally from
Holland, and then to consider
its merits, each one asking
seme questions and making
such suggestions as he miy
wish. The motive is a good
one; the teachers and scholars
become familiar with each oth
er, and all are benefitted. The
modeol carrying on the school
has been peculiarly pleasant;
but few rules have been made.
The student has been left to re
ly mostly upon his own honor,
and as a result there has not
been a single occasion for one
of those 'laculty meetings"
thup far. The outside feeling
toward the school and its prin
cipal is very Inendly, and the
present year promise to be a
very successlul one."
Sunday morning last, between
the hours of two and three
o'clock, the boarding house
kept, by Mrs. Hawes was enter
ed by thieves, who, after giy
ing the boarders a doje of
chloroform ransacked tho house
and clothes of the boarders,
carrying off all the money. and
Valuables they could lay their
hands on. They made consid
erable noise coming down
stairs, as they were leaving,
which awoko Mrs. Dawes and
her daughter, who slept down
stairs. The daughter seeing
two strange men in the house
endeavored to give the alarm
and to wake up some ni the
men, but before she succeeded
in doing so the scoundrels
made their escape. It was
sometime betore any of the
men could be awakened! The
smell ot chloroform was strong
in the room, and there is no
doubt that it was used. Cer
tain parties are suspected o(
having a hand in it, and a good
watch should be kept on them
to make aure. The tallowing
is a list ol the ' losses: Ed.
Quinr, thirty-one dollars in
money and a waich and chain;
George Homes, thirteen dol
lrs, and George Nest, four dol
lars and eighty cents.
The Circleville Herald and
Union says, Mr. Dame) Pun
lions, of Tarlton, received, by
express, Irom Southern Kansas,
two t.eauiilul young antelopes
and onejck-rabbiU '
Yotiso man, il is well to mar
ry lor love, but btfar in mind
ibat ii is at ehsy to love a girl
whose pa has a hundred thou
sand dollars, as one who hasn't
e hundred cents.
, MitwAtJKK has six alternoon
papers. Puiladelpbja has, nine
daily alterpoorr papers, all of
which are prpsper'oni. j -;
Ironton Commercial For the Record.
Suppose young, warm heart
ed girl, that as you lean
on the broad shoulder in the
half lit tip parlor, thinking
how nice' it is -to have some
body fond and protecting, and
how d,ear you seem to. be. to
him, suppose ry ou Jshdu'ld .be
made aware of all. (he cheeks
that bad rested on that should
er, and all the fortaVthat arm
had encircled. It's 'fortunate
you don't know these things.
It might lead you however, to
keep yourself more sacred for
some one who will love you as
entirely as you love this man.
who "takes life as it comes"
and by force of habit, if not by
inclination, could uot reraem
ber one woman six months il
his happiness depended on.it.
Allow no personal freedom
Irom gentlemen of your ac
quaintance. If a fin ire r is put
out to examine a locket or
chain on your dress, draw back
take it off tor inspection if you
choose. The reason lor this
rule is clear to those who are
better acquainted with the
world. A girl who protects her
sell from the freedom so so ich
in vos:ue in society, increases
her own value in society.
I dou't believe in prudishness
or suspicion, but I do believe
that men and women should
be content with the friendship
that can be expressed by franki
kind eyes, and cordial, brief
hand-fdiakes and clear word?,
that one is not ashamed that
the whole world sho'ild hear.''
This Is the frank, honest, friend
ship, that lasts as friendship.
and is the sure foundatior for
Notes on Advertising
To cure dull times apply an
advertisment . to the i dieted
a sign board can't tell any
thing.. It takes, an advertise
mei't to do that.
All who advertise do not get
rich but precious few gu rich
The world is lull of adver
Using, yet every one wants to
see what is new; '
The world's memory, is short.
It will forget you It you don't
jog it Irvquenily.'
Early to bed and early
to rite i will all be in
vain if, you don't adver
The world is sure to find out
an honest man; but it will find
him out a great deal quicker
il he advertises. r
A darinq daylight robbery
took place in Cincinnati lai
Sunday week afternoon, where
by the American Express Com
pany were robbed of about
$46,000, or perhaps more
Three parties implicated have
already been arrested, and
$37000 have been recovered.
They have all confessed. The
trunk and s ife were found in a
ravine a few miles . back in
Kentucky, but the money had
been abstracted. Over $37;-
000 was found in the stump of
a tree near Gumminsville. back
of Cincinnati, where it had
Four head of 6te"rs were
brought to town last Friday, by
T. W. Lee. Two of them
weighed 5200, and the others
weighed, 3,620 pounds. Who
can beat this, let us hear.
These cattle were raised, by
A. C. Dly, in Lee' township,
During a recent trip to Chil
licothe, we called on Bros. Rn
per anil Tyler, who are making
an excellent paper of our old
Scioto Gazette, and found them
hunkidoriy which in the ver
nacular is ual! riirhtr Crc-
vilU Herald and Onion.
Thk is still another point in
favor of narrow ,'guage .rail
roads. When the locomotive
runs over a man' two-thirds
ot the body is left in good
shape for identification. "
Mas. Cathkbinb Santrock,
of Oeigersville, waa burned (of
death on the 7tb by her cldthes
taking fire while she was ba
—Ironton Journal. That Snake Story.
The Portsmouth Republican
.gives the particulars of Jh ex
traction of a black nake from
the 6tnmach of a Kentucky
youth, and it asserts that the
snke .was thirty-eight feet
long., Weare anxiour to knew
its average thickness. WtnJ, ye
Tdi?t' question the statement as
tnlhe lencthV ' 1 i . V
mid fetlf m newap.ptr, of 60 broad fol
mnLf.iwiiljr tlwuvntd forthhimtr. Ih
tnwhiWiVi lh mrrchunt mill llm irofva'tonal
maD.-iTid their wirv unrt rbililrrn. W im
to mult the Weekly Hub the brl hnlly
nw.ipr 10 the morld. . 11 i lull ol enter
lei nine " ItmtriifitiTe reading of ererjr evrt,
but print! DotlilpRlo ohnl t"e mt rrtipu
luui and ileiioale te.te. Price. tl.SO per
year, pnelnjie prepaid. The cheapeat pner
Trjr It. 4d1rei Tb Bi'X, New
AGEXTN WANTFDiMjdaU ad Mploroai
Kor H01.iIA awarHeii
Addreea foro'n-ulara A J. rlOLMAN A CO.,
9JO Arch street, fhiladelphia
SCOTrn I.I VER PILLt are all the go,
HeuHiixe the t. e poepie l.ke ibeu ao. .
TO HAVE GOOD HFALTH
TbeHTer muet be kept in oMer.
AKFORD'M LI V t it INVICORATR
haa hernme a etaple family medicine. Purely
Teceiariie LMmin(c ni ame lorau aeranip-
menta n( liver alnmerh anrt bowdf. Will
cl-nr the complexion, cure sick headache, Ac.
onuo imitati 'n.
Try Sanforrt'e I.lrer IaTlaerater.
pSYClMNCY. OR HOCLCHARMI NO"
1 How eitheraex maf faaci' ale and fain
the lore and aflwlinna of an nerwia the
choose, in"linilT Tina aimple menial an-
liiirement nil can pow, iree ny man tor i
enla: tOKelherwilh a Marnane uide.Evvpt-
inn urni'le. Ireama, hinta lolarliea A oncer
hook IhOkni nrf AU'ireaa T WILLIAM k
CO Pubhahera. Philadelphia. .
LOST EXTRAOriDIXARY ,
Terms of Advertising are offtrud for
Newspapers in the State of
Fend for lit ol papers anoT Khcdule of rates.
Geo. P. Bowel & Co., Advertising
N 0. 41 PAEK EOW, HEW YOEI.
RirSI TO RlHTOI Or THIf PaPIl. "':
A New Sursrriptloa Bvek.
EISTOET OP THE NFW TOEZ
Tnefleorela, Mr.lptiea anil Romance of Pru-
on Life in New Yoi k, iniicr d hy Charles
Uuttun, Warden of the Totnbe. ,
Large 8?o., C50pp Illustrated. 13 50.
Tin l not alrullv a acneallonal work, and
ia refloimnemled h thelteat men as a moral
reformer Hot readmit it will not learn to he
thieres, but will leirn how thievea erfler.
'I he story of John Mahoney wntteo by him
Hell is worth the price t the book. The heal
selling book ever pul lixhed, eo ay nil our
acenta. Emlui-ite territory given. An nueut
wanted in every town
UMTED STATUS PUMH ING CO.,
Ow 13 Univereily Place. N. Y.
UVE AG ENTS WANTEd"
To aell DR. OHAfRf HKHPtKi nR, 1N
FDRMAMION FiiN KVKIIYHOI'Y. in everv
county in llie UiiIIpH Ht..i. anil l nnaon.
EnlarKed by rhe pulilialier to 648 paves. It
cnnlaina over 2,aO hnu.e IhiM reoipea, and ia
suited to all clnecea and condition of society.
it wonn run none" anna Household necessity.
It sella at aietit. Greaieat inducemenU ever
orlered to book amenta. rnmit icpiea sent
bymnil poat paid for I'i. Eiidii'ive territory
given. Agents morn tiian doiilde iheir mon.
et. Addre.a, liR. CIIAE'H 8TK t M PRINT
ING H'HHK, A tit AHHiR. MICH.
READERS OF THE
1075 GREAT REDUCTION Itm
10fJ N prices FOR
rpH E GAZETTE is athe prest newspaper or
A tne cuu'i'ry. anown and nan iyevervoody
Thoiraaad of practical firniers eoulnbute
to tta agricultural c.lnn n annually.
A a commercial paper it Is ataddsrd au
thority Il gives all the newa eflhe day . 1
wnOCAN AFFORD TO BK WITHOUT ITT
Note the following dab Bates i
Single eopiea, inelndlng postage, ti on
Ulubs, bet'n 3 and 3 copies, iwl. posl.e'h I M
. 4l " 1 4A
" 60 ' 1 40
Ml ' '. 1 m
75 ". and o'er,"
Terms of the.Bemi-Weeklj for 1875.
Single coptea, Inrln.li g noelage. ' f 4 on
Clu'a, liet'n.tand Hloop's mj. poat.e'h VA
Clulisof l6o l ore I ut
It will he otxerved Irom the above that wa
have made a large reduction in ojr club pri
ces, anil also, that postage, which haa hereto
fore been paid hv the subscriber. eenla per
annum on the Weekly, and 4 cent per an
num on ll.e Beml-weekly, will be prepaid by
Addition may tie ensde to cluneal any time
during the year, st thecmo price, the auh
(eiiptionacnniinntnga hill vearfrom the lime
the add itiona ahsfl have bees made.
Swims Coeiia asjrr rasa.
Sesrfor Iwsm In 4ggmla
WOEIMAN & HULICK, Proprietors,
5. High St bet'n Spnog Ic Chestnut
COLTJMBUS, oi. 1
TEBMS.II W PER DAT. '
' The above boose is now handsomely far
wished, centrally Meal-d, eonveaient 4"the
depst, sndlhe table supplied with the oeat
the market ailorde. The prnoneisnt Invite
iheir hienda in Vinton couply to give them a
j ' t, lols74.
HO! FOR MARYLAND
Cheap farms. ' page pjriJi.s free. , Coua
I sup. tu ceate. J. F. MkCHA, Eastoo.Md.
TEE MA80N4HAMLI5 0EQAB CU
Winneia. of THREE II I (JURAT HED
ALU and DIPLUHA .F HuJIOK, at
Vienna, isis. ani rarist ism; oo otv-r sne
riNKST A8NOBTM EAT ot the BKS.T
CABIMCT OKAlS ia (he WOULD,
isoIUOiok new eltlea with receat impiove
meiils, aeniaiaiaiieaasB, ' a fnrmerlt, hot
al-ann NEW PLANS OF EAHY PAY
MEa'TS, the miaai lev,rat.e .ever enVrcd.
UKi.AN KKNTKD WITH PKIVIa
LtMK Or PI at4.il ASi:. to amiatani
panol Ihtcouotrt. First ua meat sVV 0
unwar.la . . - :
IlllStraled P.mtmlnaa' nmA elAmlsr. with'
i.iu parwsiara, seat ire v, raqkeaw A
, 1KA80X AIIAHMst ORwAR CO, i
OOSSpD.JtSfl IvtHlPr QBIUSS. , . .
I . i i mm i i n I -, l,. ll"!.
' AdTertUesasBie laswrtaMl at Mr ivto
I .. I N
CAE APESTPLACE I.T TI!EC0UTY
Freh Drugs, Paints. Ollf, VarnUhee,
Pye PtuO'u. and Pure Llquon lor ile
dlclmtl purposes. , ! j,1
! Pcrftiniery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Aalr
QiU Pomade. Ilnlr. Nail. Tooth. Fltah
and Clothei Brushes, Cenibs, i:
School Books, blitnk Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper aod Pencils,
Fine Cnt-.Pliiflr. ItewlngandSraok
ing Tobacco, Clarm rijH'S. ,
Lanterns, I.umpi,Cliliuney, Shades,
Coal OU. ' a
A full line of Gold.Curn, Jet, Topnz.
Amt'tliy st. Agnte, Garnett bets. Brace
If 18, Flnjrer uud Ear Rings, Necklticcs
Sleeve Butt jus.
.... i: . i
Nerdlvs for all kinds of Sewing Ma
Musical InstrumeiiK, Tuning Forks
Violin and Guitar Strings.
.. ., ...l; U."
Clocks, V atrhes ;and Keys. '
f ' i '
' Toilet anil Work Boxes, and an end
less variety ol Toys. ' "
1 am also agent for all tho Miijra'
clues, IVriudicttls, Literary and Dully
Papers, which I fui nUh from three
days to a week in advance of those
furnished hy wail, i;
All of ; the Above, and a
. Thousand Other Arti
,, cles, tobe had at
SAIN fcTHMftTlUIt, O.,
CIIEAPFiT PLCE I THE CQLXTY
N UTICK lahif-hy given that h petition will
lie presented to the Commieeioiisrs of
Vinnm County. Uhio al their m xt remdiir
seaaion, to be held on the firt Monday of
ueeemoer, A I. ts74, pray. ni lor iheeiti
liahmenlor "('oiloly Hoau along the fol
lowina deat-rlbed route in said county, to wit:
lleKioniua at the norih end of (Ii't uov nsr
in Hie Ions X leAith ir, In said county of
Vinton, and Mate ot tuiio, and wbicli am
point is on the q mirier eeclion line of aection
number twenty-one, (.No. HI) township num
ber vlereo. Mo. Il)aad of ranxe number aev
enleen.lNo. 17) and aliont seven and tnirly-
eixht himdretha (1 US) ihnlna wrht of i Fie
quarter section corner on the esatside nfasi.1
section, and runniiK thence, east, on or near
said qi crier rection line, scrns the lands ol
Hiram Hulbert to ssld aection line, anil lhiice
conliaiiiliK eat on or near Die quartf section
line ol vevlion n'imler Iwenly-lwo, (No 2!)
township an I mime albreenul, between the
lands ol Chester Krencb and ) P. Inion on 'he
soiiih, and the oint lands or Mrs. esmanlha
Wurd sod Arnnnua Caldwell on he north, to
a point al or nrr the south east corner ol the
so.ith-weHi q laru r of the nonh-weot quaner
ot awn! section nutnlsr twenly-lau, (.-4)
tnwnahiu number and rsuiis afonsnui;
thene la a sotrlh-esalerly uirec on on the
lands ol said J. f. Huon to a otnt upon
l-s bnnK at the head of a small ravine, ilia
isnt auouv iwo sna ninoty nunnruins iv.isi)
cnsius; inencetn a more esrterly direction
aloiiK Bind bans to a point about thre and
twenty nuudreihs (ago) rhsins dialaut;
thence in a nnh-essierly direotion along the
nrow ot saiu twiiK, tat. to ssld qustter see
tiou line; thence east, on or near lo, earl nusr
ter sec t ion hue. to a mi ti at or near. here
he creek approaches near to aaid quarter
lei tion line; thenro in a north eatirly direc
tum ahnx the ban4 of said creek, the neureat
and hesi route, lo a point in the center ol the
road, at or near the gate, snd in fiont of Wil
liam Uold's blackaiuiih Hi.op and there to
end. ' MAM PKTIT oNKMH.
MeAnhur, O., November Sih, A. V. ls4..
i itoi:i:y ai law,
Dana Eaildiqgs-Up Stain,
M oAIeT II UK, OHIO.
Hiv y Goods
.. . . . .
Paint and Second Streets.
... .,. . . i ,i, i.i . . j
CHILL JUO THE, 0M ,
Has reoel ted at CsJi trlat a full assortment o
DEES3 GOODS IN LAT'ET 8TYLE3
Domeitio Cotton and Woolen Qoodi
.'''' ' Of all kinds,
FlanntlB. Blanket, Shawls,
Jtam. tkmnimtrta, Wa-
Superior qualities of '
... : I ... !. -r .ft
Black Sllki Alpaccat and Mohairs.
! I i
1,000 Pieeeaof Gn Grain Eibboni,
ail Silk at 2" to 20 ceuta per
' :; rYaid. ' ' . - '
.1 : .1
SPLENDID SASH RIBBONS
. ..'.; ':-T I.! !.
. 1 "1 - --t
50 TO Ti CJPTS PER VD.
1 ) !: ittt stokf Cf rpeta.
SEVSSM 9 IX Y AKD I5G2AIK
frWew m lew sm t ay ether Mfsviu.
fiaysrs are isvited lo Mamine, . - . ,
. y j .. 1. vl ' '
W.W. MsUBT. ,
State of Ohio, Vinton Coun
"i ' H.B. Lio.Hev, PlainliB, , -'
w t slaT
n,- 1-S. Manslleld, elal. deeodsnli.
I Vinton Count Court of CVortnoii
Vltat An OrJtr of Salt.
' ... ' f r 4
T)UHSCA NT to the eoamiand of an Of dee rf
1 bale iaaued bom Uis Ceairs-asl Oi mmoa
Fleaa of Vinlou Cou uiy, and lo me direstrd aa
bhenn of ssjcj'foarwy, I wilolter fni sslesl she
door el the Court House, in the town of Mc4
thur, ViutonOoontr, Ohio.on ,!
Satui'day, toe Slit Day of Korem
M- i ber, A. D. 1874,' xV
at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. H. of said inf. the
following deavtibed laoita and teoeipenls, sit.
uste in theceuoly el Vlsis. sedHSHtsol titio,
and in the luwa-hip of Harrison aad bound
ed and deaonbed as follow, l win .The
aouln-weat quarter (a w !)of secMen No. (M
Iva, township N. (Ill sme, rangw No. (i)
nineteen, oonlsimnl (lHHtsi-lnO) one hundred
and twenty twoaacf ss-iis1 acres, sroorUing lo
t'niled Htsies survey, more or lsa. . ; ;
.Appraised at one hinin"red dollsrs, (I'.OO)
tnd must brinif'two-thirds ol that mm.
. To be sold as the properly of U Mans.
Held, et si, to satisfy an order ol sale, issued
from the Court of Uoinnton I'leea in (avor of
Henry B. I.milley.
TKkMSOIf fcALE; Cash band ot the day
of Sale. i
, QIOKRK KALtl,
.-.' r bherid Vintou County.
October ttil, 1871, - - , ,
HALL'S PATT llt'SKIffd OLOVEm
VKBTGIIEATLY IMPItOVKD in form of
the claws, and the more com pleta shield
gof the parte subject to wear, hy metal
pates, making them wesr Jles hmm si Issy. snd
do the work faster and esaier than sny other
busker. Msde of the yen best call leather,
in lour eisea. rigid snd left hsnded samples
sent prepaid on receipt of price Half Gloves
ll.X', Full (i loves, ti Mi per psir Libera
diwounl in quantities k your men-hant
or aldrea UaLL HUKIKQ (jLOVK CU.
Cnicngo, III. . ..
A NFWCHROMO F0RI87D
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Will aire lo everv aiib-cnher. whether sinule
or in si lob, who navs la advaace for ' 876,
and remits direct lo this nWce, a copy of
"The tteacue," the handsumeel ebromo ever
oflere I by a pubhaher.
Terms SJ per annum, roroiroular contain
ing terms for clubs, etc., address L. A. (JO
UST, Philadelphia. I'a.
Sell Your Old Barrels.
OLD HiBHKLM UWtUIIT Will inve
f I ao to fl .Mi mill lor ail uind iron-bound oil
birrels ilelivered at these orks- to be paid
fur in oils. Carbon and high leet burning oil,
lubricaiing oils will uetohl atlh , lowest mar
KXI'ELNIOR OIL WORKS
. . W. a. Cui l KII, I ropra-tor,
Freedom, beaver Co., Pa.
ACENTS WANTED FOR
I'liliF, F(iLLIiS Gil t Al WdliK
On Rlaaksed, Wamanhood wad their
Alwtiini Inti t rrlatleni Lev. , lis l.avir,
Fewer, etc. Agents are reilisg Imm 14 to
H6 copies a day. Send for specimen I ages
sud terms lo sgenls and see hy il sells fiu-l
er llinn any other book Addrexe Nationai
Pi'si.ii-uiko Co., Philadelphia, Pa., Chicago,
111 , oret. Louis, Mo.
C. J. BULINGIIUEST,
and dealer in til kinds of '
reretollv d"ne, and tne smallest viclitres
enlarged lo any sum, and
Finished in Oil,
any other style that may be desired, at the
I.arce and incly flulahed Phntegraipba
enw be niaite Iroui eld and faded, er
Picture of all kinds framed to
; . . . .) i
and all work jrarrauled to give satisfaction.
I may INIk
TlmeNfor Holding l oni tN In
j ibe Sevfnib Judicial
nilBSUANT toaiilborilvef law .'It laherebv
I oidred I h I the several tsrms l Ills Comi of
(Ainia.ou rieu an the liliirlct Cnrt wlihln and
lr ths Hvvenih Judicial District for the y,r
1H7A, shall he held to ths respective counties
thereof as lulluws ' ; i
Waihlnaton, Arll ; Ifeltre. April U- O.llla,
April I'm bawreuce, Ap il l; Scioto, A.rll ft;
Flke, April t; Herry, Jsniur) 4, Aukusi iJ;
rsitDrHi, Aiutust W; UocsIiik, Jaaitsry II, Aa
trust i; AiIwiis, Jsia iry 18, September ; Vin
tou,SepleiuUr; Jsckeao, HeebvauarS.
Court ef Ceainiea Plems.
Perry Jannary IA; My 8; September 27.
Hu.lns-K-I.rsry 16; My t; llclulsr II.
tatrtteul alsy ; Juu7; bovrfuberj.
Lawrence January K Hat 4; eepttaibsr 11.
bts.iu- sisrca it; nay i; uei,Hr Is.
Jarksrn-Frbinary ft; May M: O. tuber 13.
PlS-lar,b a; Juns lit Muvseibas 16
VIMoo-rebruary ; Hay 3, ttepteoilivr 14.
, . !.'
Oallls Frhmary I; April (0; "eplrmber IX
slaiavrsbmsry fi; Hay Ti ttciobsr 4
Waahliigton kVbrusry A; Hay l7iUckiber!l,
Atlieae llarrh in; Jui II: M,.vsuiter 10
And II la rnrllier vrdertd that due reaird and
publication of lbs fuifoiii bs aiaii acsuriiiau te
Witness our Bands this 10th day of Beptsn.ber
A. D. 174.
fll.AS II. WRIGHT,
JUM J HAKfUt,
T. A. FLA NTS.
.. : BHAHTUB A. GCTRRIK,
TiwT" tois-rr; ss (
1,0. W. Botlsial.i Isrlef theCeerl of Ooss
saoe Pieassad of ibe baarlrt Urt. within a4
lor said cauty aad ktate, do ksteby rally Hie
fseeguloa; le I a tree copy Of the Urinal ontsr
m aosiiitf loorst sow ea lis le aay slues, as sw
tend ow lbs asraata aT laid eoarts .
W rrsss. tpyaeialsnd Ol. ssal af eke,
UMrt tar Uobubmw Pitas at HeArtkur
Ikis ask day si Uotuuss. A. D IW4
0. W. HOLLAND, ..
Ueraosv A. 1171
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i'.TUAT WUICH IS
WORTH: ADYtftf ISINB.
8OH0OL : STATIONERY,
PENS, INK. INKSTANDS,
And til other erticuM reqalred b) iaalU, jasi
received sad ottered St. . 1 f 1 1
,. t-t . . i J; .ill I
raper ang Knveiapca ir
.-..-.I- :..i I
., : . : Will' -.. I .!.'
I ejral Pjiprr and ttlnnks
or nil ursrripiiottt.
Full Mipply and
Low rcicci. '
( . .'; -i.:i i
' '. - ' . . '"'! fit
Corner of Main and Market 8treitt,
NEW SPUING STOCK
iii; ' I
LADIES' FANOY GOOlDS,
mew atyict v-.,
IN ALL NEW 8UADKJJ, -x
Jnle Drolda,' M J..V
t' -I , . : ;
i I ;. t 'It
... - ,.i
. . Corset, 1 Etc.
; t ; j . : ; ' 'tr ( (
Also a lfirpe auortmenl'tf
BleachiDjr. TttiuigJ ttmiiiir ,
ana an ainca 01 jauimery
Work done to Order ta .
- ih'rt Hotice, . .
Giy di n c)).' W will el' lower
J. P. St C. A. DUNKr ,
Main al MoArthu O.
8PIMNC AND SUMMER
FR4NK UCLLIMAII. Atttt,
At his Be place of Imslness,
OOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE ijltldl
house. . i ..:
HAS TUB . ' ,''
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER hrsujiM to this market, emlirseiaj
nil the luteal and most fnahionsUe styles.
cm in accardancs with the Isleal htabioas.
When you want a uobhv ami ilon'l fail le esll
on Krank. lie also CUT? snd
! i i '
Makks Garments to Ordxk.
ami hss s full line of
II ATM AIMDI APS.&C,
Ml clothing marked down le Ike Le)W
r.Kt riUUKKM. Give me a S..II aad I wit.
H.r FRANK RELI.MArV
Manhood; How Lost, HowBeByoitfH
Jual pnriiisBjeii. a arw adi
bon f Dr. CnlverwrlP,s.
Celebrated Keaay on the
rsfbcal ear (wilhotil nie.ll.
cine) of -pgsaAToa4nia4, or seminal Wsek
ness, Involonury Hemmal Losses, lapotrScr,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments
to Mnrrixe, em., also, O.sacarrios, f.riise
ay, and ti ia. induced by sell-iudalcaaee or hss
AVer Price in a aealed envelope, erly I seals.
The celebrated author in this admirable es
say clearly drmofi.erstes from a thirty reerlT
.oices-fid practice, al Ihestainrma oaeiss.
qnenoes ofsnlt-abuae may he radiedfv a a red,
without itie dsnirerous ua ef mternal thrdi
cine or ths sjipKaMon of the knife; pemaiie
out a mode of c ure al once simple, esraun sjist
ettei-tual, by means of which every aunVrsr,
no mailer what his conditio may be, sney
cure himself cheaply, privsleW, sad aVslsj.
sTi'his Lei lure should be'ia the hswdtef
every youth and every man in the land.
enl, nod. r seal, in a plain envelope, to say
add. su, sstssss' on receipt ol .six ceala
two post atampe.
Also Iir. OuLrerweU's "Maxrisite Golds."
price M cents.
- CHA.J.C KMNK t!. ""
127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Bee, 4,11
GT THK BEST
mmm V ' y i I '
fHATB reosenen msyr Vsejk, sad sea
I prepares) so bH erdewamrcmtwi asisntiliea
to siul pun-hasers. kwsk sv4l eacfceaa a4
eoaketthsj tame (pualisy one. he obtamedi else.
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H0RT0N5S CORNET mi2 l
H. Yf . HOf TO N, -oaderj:
Mc ARTHTJR, dOinOv
IT TIHO lately pnrebsssd sasw ssd hand.
a. some tsud wappa, aad are nrepared to
luraish aoo.l sou wo oa uahca -aJk-
pow.ls id tail, or aiyoiajBi aoantiea, Ad.itasafij
X5 7np.r. " honses Teemir
Z .- saonsja bio. mitoa
i.r.ipn ,. aaa -
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St sad femai ajenvsla lsiloaa, '
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