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THE VINTON RECORD.
' UoA RTH UK, OHIO,
THURSDAY. APRIL 2. 1874.
Two Letters from Hamden—
A Judicial Matter.
HAMDEN O., March 30, 1874.
fid Xsiaw.t e f4 tersra. , -. -
Oar women hire been oat
op tJw streets three dayi prey
ipg for the saioon keepers to
t telling lienors. -They htte
far received nothing but
kindness at the hands of thos
men m well as almost every
one elte. Up to Saturday, the
28ih day of March, being the
thirj day of the liege, few had
bean found ao lost to decency
i to openly .walk into a . aa
loon while the women were
praying in front, and eyen those
lew bad to be imported. On
Saturday afternoon the Judge
of our Court, with a lawyer
Irom Ohillicothe who lays some
claims to decency, and another
man who has lately moved to
the vicinity of our village,
boldly, and without seeming
shame, walked into a saloon
while that band of noble wo
men were at prayer in front,
and the eyes ot an hundred
good citizen were upon them.
Truly things have come to a
pretty pass, when the officers
who are supposed to adminis
ter the law are the first to give
countenance to those who dai
ly viol ate it. It may look and
seem manly to them to-day to
show disrespect to the ladies
engaged in this noble work,
bat six months bence they will
wish ,they had had the gift of
modesty shed abroad to a
greater extent in their hearts.
Le the good work go on.
HAMDEN.
HAMDEN, O., March 24th, 1874.
T Iks UWar qf As Tmloa ttcori.
This, as we have all heard re
peatedly, is an age ol progress
and the present a day of in
vestigatidns. Among other
things there is a general awa
keniugon the subject of tem
perance. Men and women ev
ery where are beginning to
ferret out the mysteries ot the;
drinking saloon "Mid gaming
table. . Many who have hither
to been indifferent to the sub
ject seem for the first time
aware of its importance, and
while this spirit of inquiring
It being caught up by the peo
ple, I would like to ask a few
questions. On the 26th of last
February a rather suspicious
Ipoking box was shipped pre
paid from one of the saloonUts
of liamden to the Judge upon
the bench at McArthur, an
that saloon keeper had a case
in court. What did this box
eontainf Legal papers? lf so,
why packed in straw? In
time like this it is not sup
posable that these things will
go unnoticed. Are our courts
to be bribed or are we to have
even .handed justice in the fu
ture? Let us see to it. ;
AN INQUIRER.
.
In publishing the two letters
above we wish to add that we
do not intend to, open up a war
upon Judge Dii Uadwaj thro'
our columns, nor to permit
others to do so. We opposed
his election, as we believe for
good and sufficient reasons, but
having been elected we hope
to see him fill his important
office so as to reflect credit up
on himself and his friends who
have trusted him. The letters
are from good and responsible
(citizens, one of whom, at least,
labored zealously to secure
Judge Du Hadway's election,
and the matters of which they
treat are the subject
most unfriendly and general
comment' in and about Ham
den. The matters complained
of. were probably done ano
eenUy enough, but for a Judge
to apparently brave public
opinion and thus encourage vi
olation or law, or to receive
present no matter how insig
pificant ' in intrinsic value
irom a 'criminal whom b has
just tisittd ftitb the least pen
alty knuwn: to the law. are
' - .
brings calcalatedto provoke
. f . . . .
torsii'anapernapi nnjust crw-
ofim, sniJ in The end to break
down liis character and useful
joess. li saloaa geper bave
oo better ideas of the proprie-
ties of life than to nuke pres
ents under such circumstances
I .... .
we hope Judges will uave tne
good sense to return tbem, as
well as to abstain from visiting
their places of business, at
least under circumstances
which may brng reproach
. -k mi i . i .
upon toe ttenco. ims ia mu
age ol suspicion, and we hope
those who occupy that high
position may guard their con
duct with circumspection at
all times, for judicial characters
are more easily made than re
paired. .. .
FROM ZALESKI.
Startling Whisky Statistics—
There is so Much Poverty
in Vinton
From the Books.
ZALESKI, O., March 24th, 1874.
1, lU Editor qf Ito I'lalea lircmd.
By order or the "Temperance
Alliance of Madison Tp. " I en
close you for publication a few
statis'ics relating to the sale ot
iq'iors in Zileskl previous to
the commencement of the
' War." The report is compil
ed by our R It and Express
agents, and msy b relied on
as correct. Yours truly,
JNO H. WALTERS, Sec'y.
Rev. E. N. Nichols and the ladies of the Temperance
Rev. E. N. Nichols and the ladies of the Temperance cause of Zaleski, O.
ot
a
r
Since, your request for a
statement of the. spirituous
liquors, including ale and beer,
received at this place . for the
last year, I have been enabled
by the assistance ot Mr. Cal
kins .to . make . the following
synopsis of the traffic in our
small country village. You
will see by the accompanying
statement that the exact. fig
ures are given for nine months
and an estimate at the same
ratio for the ' other . three
months of the year. I am un
able to furnish the exact fig
ures for the entire year in con
sequence of not being in pos
session of the books that In
elude the shipments for the
three months which are es'i
mated. I find that during the
nine months there' has been
received at this place the Wot'
mousv sum ol -J eeveuty-two
and one quarter.1 barrels ot
whisky,' which, at ah average
moderate cost at wholesale,
cost $3 806 25. This to be dis
tributed to the consumer,
would stand, from the best
tacts lean obtain on the sub
ject, thus: seVenty-two and one
quarter barrels contain 3,045
gallons, or an average ot sixty
lour ordinary drinks to the gal
Ion, but allowing a large per
cent, for leakage, have esti
mated only sixty drinks, which
makes the consumer pay six
dollars per gallon, at the rate
of ten cents for each drink;
and by a neat calculation 1
find tor these 3,045 gallons of
whisky this community " is tax
ed only the small sum of $18,
270 for nine months. Add to
ibis the estimate for the three
remaining months of the year,'
at the same ratio, the sum of
$3,090, and you will find the
grand total to reach $21,860.
Durintg the nine months above
stated there was received 1)097
kegs of beer, which I under
stand retails out to each ke
110 glasses,'' yet tn my recapit
ulation have proportioned the
number at 100 glasses, which,
at five cents per glass to the
consumer, amounts to ' $5,485
lor the 1,097 kegs of beer tor
nine months. Add to this the
estimate at same 'ratio for the
other three months of1 the year
and you will' hnd this' corn
munitv pays annually lor beer;
$7,313 30. We next find that
during the nino months there
has also been received 91 ball
barrels and 116 boxes of ale,
which retailed', out in the same
maimer, and proportioned ac
cording to the customary man
uer of selling, the community
pays lor this commodity alone
the neat sum of f 3.608. Add
to this the average for the
three remaining months of the
year and you ill find that
$4,810 65 is expended annually
lor ah. . In addition to the
above, with but' very little
trouble, tinea we were making
it a business, I have seen fit
add the expense of a trifling
luxury which you will read-
r -
ily see is also ; unnecessari
ly quite expensive to our citi
zens. I refer to the drink
known as mineral water. Dur
ing the nine months mentioned
there' was received here 53
boxes or cases ol this innocent,
beverage, which, at the ordi
nary ..retailing ; price . of ; leu,
cents per bottle, amounts to
$254.4Q for nine months, or
$339.20. anually.,, . ,.;,..
In conclusion, 1 find, from
the within facts as per recapit
ulation and statement enclos
ed, that the town of Zaleski
spends annually for whisky ,ale,
beer, and mineral water, the
enormous sum . of $36,823.20.
Believing a statement ol these
facts wil be of interest to you
and the temperance movers of
this place, toward convincing
the publio of the enormity and
expense of the traffic and ot the
necessity of the entire sup
pressiun of the business, ail of
this ia repectlully submitted
Respectfully yours
J. F. SANDS.
From the Portsmouth Tribune.
An Investigating Committee.
to
On Friday morning, upon
the opening of Court, Judge
Uarper announced that be de
sired to call the attention Of
the Bar to the criminal docket,
and the disposition made of it
by the - Court during his ab
Bence. : lie thought the cir
cumstances surrounding I the
disposition of those liquor
cases presented a very saspic
lous and ugly appearance,' and
that he bad heard that Judge
Du Iladwav, on being inform.
ed Ihaiithe Court bad made an
order that none of these cases
on the criminal docket should
be taken op until the fourth
week, had announced that
J udge Ilarper had no right to
make such an order, and that
he would take the rriponjibili
tv of disregarding that order.
if that was true he considered
it an art of gross ' discourtesy
to him. This order was' made,
not' Into any person frl motive,
but to prevent Ike Interruption
cf th civil business' by parties
coming in for trial dnnng ibe
lime set apart for the civil bust-
net. He made' 'the same order
n Lawrance county where be
held .Court during the entire
term, and the code of crimina
procedure gave him the right
to make this order.. And ll
of the cates sentenced by Du
Uadway except one, were re
cognized to appear on Monday
of the loutth week.as the'rec-
ord shows in accordance with
this order. Ot this order Du
Uadway was fully advised by
the Prosecuting Attorney be
lore taking the action be. did.
Were there nothing more con
nected with this case than the
act of discourtesy complained
ol, he would probably not have
taken auy notice of the matter,1
but information ' having come
to him that; corrupt and fraud
ulent practices had been.
soFted to by the saloon keepers
and others: tobring about
result pbtnned,i Jie. fell tbat
wm bis duty t have this mat.
ter investigated;, that he would)
be nn worthy to. hold the posO
tioq, ha. did ssi Judge , of the-
Uour.t, should be. permit this,
matter to pas, without investj-j
gatioc, jn the light of the re
ports. that had; reached : him.
lie considered it his duty to sp
point s committee ., of the Bar
tbinvest.igat.e be ch.ges
Hon., Wt A. U at chins and lUspt,
N. W. . Evans were .t hereupon
appointea as an investigating
committee to investigate this
matter .and report the lacts
ascertained by. tbem to this
Court, and by their report
would abide.
- . I ' . -U : 'i ' ...
The .community will
doubt wa'cn' the cburte of. this
investigatinnrwith; great inter
est. tut should withhold their
judgment until we hear
report ol the committee. The
minds of the people being now
unusually wrought up, and ex
cited on the question ot torn
perance, the tendency will
to judge too hastily on a mat
ter of this kind. ( While it
true, (as Judge Uarper says,)
that the circumstances In these
cases, oi reported to ting
;
so suspicious as to demand of
him, and', make It his doty, to
nvestigtte this matter, it Is to
be hoped,, and we trust that it
will be so ascertained, that
this whole business is the re
suit of a misunderstanding. op
on the part of Judge Da Uad
way of the nature of Jadge
Uarper's , order, ' and that, no
wrong was intended by him.
t is claimed , by Da Uadwiy's
friends that all there is in this
matter, is that it was reported
that" Da Uadway was ' not a
man who was very severe on
saloon keepers, and they and
their attorneys aesirea io isse
advantage of this circumstance,
and. get off .easier than they
would before Judge Uarper,
and that no corrupt practices
werer resorted to by any one,
and that Da Uadway did not
suppose he, . was intertering
with any of Uarper's arrange
ments, it having been custo
mary ' heretofore tor saloon
keepers iudicted to drop in at
any time and enter their pleas
and receive sentence.
J.
Or course the advocates of
free whhky don't come oat and
emtraoe the rugged issue.
But ' they nevertheless an
nounce their intention to re-
par the ordinance for the sup
pression of tippling houses.
Tney do itrin the name of free
beer. Everybody knows that
if a tippling house is opened
that beer will be a clopk for
wbisky. and old time drunken
ness. They also announce
their cppbsition to the ordi
nance giving the Marshal a
salary, on the plea of economy;
but really .because it is the
Marshal's duly to enforce the
law, and they don't want, the
vhiky lawt enforced. But it
is no economy to remain with
out an tfflrient police force,
and thus encourage lawless
ness and rioting; and who ever
beard of an efficient police
that was not paid lor its labor?
i. m ,i'
The Register says a noted
Chillicotba , gambler
.i
was
ap-i
pr69oho4 ;hy, a couple ot uaiea
aud requested to 'ubscrile to a
paper pcogiug uis eyuiptiujr
ana support tu the ladies la sup
pressing the whisky trade. lie
was taken by surprise, -'but ral
lied, took the pxper and signed
it. When the ladies were gone
he turnsd to a bystander and
said: "If 'those fellows get any
body to -eat dirt for them it is
not going to be me!" We wish
more of our citisens had the back
bone of this Ohillicothe sport,
We will see next Moniiy, how
many dirt-eaters we have in Mc
Arthur. ,
" A DHtJNKBN wife ' was cruelly
beaten, bruised and killed by
a drunken husband in Cincin
nati last Monday, and yet
there are sober men in McAr
thuf who advnciite Iree'whfskyi
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
it
1
;
be
no
be
is
are
H, A. BIGGINS ' J. H. UE1NI.E1N
M.VtrrjtoTtmEH3 ui ASd C'EaLers ir
ITALIAN
'nfrDtMv imiii t
Scotch Granite,'1 e
And'Jall !X!indi''"of''(fo'tinm9n'ts and
Tombstones,
McAHTllTjn. OHlb.
SWEET POAtQES
.1-
AND
SWEET POTATO PLANTS
fT'HE.DnHriirDM wih to inlorm ni old
lOHlomr odi tht puMio jn(nnOI)r thl
hipu to be prrpirrd to rnrnion into
wilh wet potatoi lor Krd atibiollu
orr bni-hpl ind plum lit 26 crnl pr hand t
through lha ranting moii. liwf'tMf
m outhof WcArthur. kMrm Merthur
orOuodM. .. j; .j.; LKVJWyM,AW
GREAT DAIIOAIN
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576 ACBES OF LAND
PutnaiH ! County, West Va.
WITIII 2H KlbES OP BAILS AD
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341 Miles From State Capital
County SOad Bubs Through Tract
,!;. ; .,?)! hi i'ii-I '.Ml
. riMS FA KM HQ LAND WITH
PLENTY OF UOM ORE
TTTCLL wlrd.' About IS ten letiwl,
f V fiood Tram boDC o4 out-buildinui.
Timrwr-popUr, wtlnut, ok, ub, bickory
a Title Perfect. .
Tb otlr trust r Mw-balt wUl b KI4
VEBi Ul V.
I I mm Ail. 4VI iaah
''feprllTt "8. 0.J0M19.
v, REMOVAL.
Spring Opening of Millinery.
Mrs.E.B.PUCH,
MILLINER
Fit removed ber millinery establieh'
men! to the room formerly occupied by
O. Swe'tland, In :
Davis'- Bnildiiig, Mab
MoARTHUK'O.
where she will keep on hand ererj
thing to be found in a firat-olues milh
nery establishment" The
GRAND OP EN INC
of Spring Stock will commence - v
MONDAY, MARCH ; 16,
.: . when all the
NEW STYLES
of the season will be on exhibition.
The Indies are renpectfully invited to
eall and ermine my etock, and I will
make it to their iotereat to leave their
orders.
Mrs. E. B. PUOn,
Icribner's Monthly,
XII E BCMjfEa CAMPAIGN BEUIIJI
Another Great literary Sensation,
The Modern RoblmonCrusoe
With 190 Beautiful Illustrations.
u...r Hrihn.F A Co.. hare aeenred for
aerial puhlicationln 8CRUNEK0 MONTH-
LI, U. JUiea erne a nwji
THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
in whirl), not content with the old eioriee of
"KobiUMoa uruaoa ' na ine --rwi ranmj
Kobiuaiin," the writer 'indi-rtakea. t i-how
haw a nartt ol mva cart upon a myateriona
and desert Inland mny live by iheir acieuliho
rwwHirce.. alone, wuhou. the aid of any wrk
to draw upon lor toe materials 01 111a ami
ooinlorl. ....
The parly ar Americana wno aei out irom
Richmond V a., curing theaii-Ke,ir ab.illoon.
I Julea Verne unite wi nan avcuraie ei'ien
Ho knowledge, an exuberance of torenlire
genius thai uaa
FASCINATED TI1E WOULD. .
Tha theme of the nreaent atorr aorda the
author the flieat ouporinnity for the display
of bia ncuuliar gilla. The dory will be pro-
luely illustrated, and 1 a begun to tne April
number.
For anle by all New lfalera or uooraei
rs Pnoe 14 ihj a vrar, 8t oenu a numoer.
SCRI hn LK uu lib, uroauwa y, n. 1 .
2nniarU74
HERE. NOW!
I have just manii
actured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
kinds of
FDBNITUHE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthins: de-
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always oh handv "Wi
attend iunerals w J
hearse when desireJ
rjHtlVlHHtTO,'
Corner of High and Loonst Street.
Tmrl8T.
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PTjORAX. CrTj'lD.EL
BtirVPAGFfij 600 ENGKAVI HC9, and CHI
ORE!) PLATE Published noarterly at
oentaayesr. First number tor 1KM uttic
sue i. iAtrrmnLrdH"!) at aame price,
Addreaa JAM Eq YICKi Kocbester, N.T.
. RYANS TKUE FLUTB.
Comn ete instructions and Uige oollection
of new.musio. , T ri'
WITH OR WITHOUT A MA8TEB. '
, . ' '.. i :. .
. This work teacfiea in a concise and Air
manner how lo play upon Ihn ioMr , ,
bemnning with the nrst principles,
ually enrrymg the learner fnrwar
af urogressife leaaona, sutbe ' .ijthiil.il
.aim
rightly used ol making a I
ma I
noai
.vrtormer.
Published
JuHN CHURCH A CO , Cincinnati U,
tha shurt-st poasH le v
Manhood: Hot LoBt, How Bestored
just DUhtiahect. a new edi-
rarV9Vtion 1 f Dr. CalTerwalPa
,-f yCelebrated Esamy 00
KSlmmm radical ?crt (without nieli
eine) of naaToau..a, or beminal Weak
ness, Inroluntary Seminal Losses, Iaporaacr,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta
If Marriage, etr., also, CuasDaraoa, t-eiuae-ar,
and file, inducad by eelHudulgeoce or
Ual entrafagaace.
aVArprice in a sealed envelope, only S cent.
The celebrated author in this admirable
clearly demonstrstes from a thirty
anbceaaful practice, that the alarming ennse-
queBoes 01 eeii-aoase may oa ramcai j curea
without the dangerous use of internal medi
y
etna Brihe application of the kaiks; pointing
is I
IPC
out a node of euro at oneesimple.eertaia
eSeclual, by means .of which erery suBerer,
no maltaxwhat bia condjiion may be,
enre nimaelf cheanli. Drivatrlt. and eodimUa.
AT'f bia Lei lure should be in the hands
erery youth and erery man in the land,
ttent.nndor seal, ina ftaia envelope, to
adaVess, aotajMid. pi receipt ol six oents,
two post stamps.
Also Dr. Culrerwell's "Marnage Gatde,"
price 6U cents.
Addreaathe puWIahara,, , , . ,
- J 1 s . chas.j.o Kline co.,
W tomrj, rw York, Port Offl Bs,
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it
, ,
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In
by
!
Ibe
acx
es
se esra1
and
may
of
any
or
,
'
Mayor's Proclamation.
Iioirau yjBl()B ooiinij. Ohio. )
W"" S. iierl AMn.bljr of vh.
B.ObW.p...'i'Jt'
1... .,n..ioa.. tinoa ot m i unnn ...
uod"r .h. CoUmiUo. w ! ihor A
C arson no mii"naww v
ho uthriid undM or 07 mm
.. Orihio Hmi orthj muBinpl.rui"
. , tn. or 1 iku 1
ItOIOnr WW. r ... --
oMh.8UW to wll rWi "P?;
.an. viaont or H liquoris.tn rloio 6U
.... a malLliauorm
Any ptnon o(VnrtipHjiol ihf pf.il
I th..l fh.ll h. a.di r n "''
than nor rnor Ihmt onf htindted doll"",
and bo impntoBfd In lh County If
period of Bot ' i" dJ',11fe'
onVoM to romroltixli od II .hH be h
duty of nil Mort of nti incorforalod
vIIIhrm Bilhin Ihia olnto, ob lh d? of cIm
boo M Bforenud. I Imuo B proclmttoB
iBWor tho proiloi of hl. Ail, and that
altf lobiboai or lh m will ht tho of
. 1 .AN.nt and idmqt piibiantnMii.
Md "WufriOK M.raSala and Polio ol
all hot.. tolllnn iho pr..T"ooo of tb.
Act, and to rpo rinwnu .
brrrof to och Mayor . ., kJj
And whrw.thM will ha an alactioa beM
in mil Stat undti the lawa thereof on
MONDAY, A PHIL 6, 1874.
No therefore. I, Hrj
the incorpornled rillaga of McArthur, Via
toBi'ounty.Ohlo, do varn tha inhbilKnta or
ihalnrornirtld tll'Be..f Mfrt..ur. Vinlon
emintr, againi.t. tiolatlnic ;njf or all ol me
nroUion of aid Art and the Mrhal of
ai.i rtllave ia hrhy ilirn-i'rt to cinae an
i..n.i inUtiniiTor th nroTi'loni
of aaid Ad.and to report lorlhwith al io
lallona thrrenf to the Myor of ea.d rlllaiie
Given under my hand and official aeal.
IL.S.1 'h..mna.,o.HM-..n,V(E(
Mayor lofo.-porated Village of Mo4rthur
NEW SPRING STOCK
OF
MILLINERY
AND
LADES' FANCY GOODS,
Mew styles of
HATS.BONNETS.RIBBONS
IN ALL NEW SIIADEd,
Jute Braids,
Embroideries,
Edglucs,
Trimmings,
Laces,
Gloves, '
Ladles F'cy Goods
Jewelry,
Corsets, Etc,
Also fiue assortment of
GenlUmen't JTectitlts.
Bleaching. Pressing, Prmcdeing,
ana 8ll amai 01 muuueiy
Woik done to Order on
in rt Notice,
Give as 8 call. We will sell lower
than ever.
J. ? & C. A. IWNKI.E,
Bt MeArthur, O.
Fresh for the Spring Trade
AT
WOLF. PEAEOE & OO.'S
ZPAJHTsTTS,
BOILED AI D BAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED LEAD,
(sUAI.I(i t OLOKS,
TURPENTINE
T.RH19ikES,
Colora Ground tn Olt,
Palut and Tarnish Drusbea,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line of
PURE FRESH DRUGS & CHEMICALS
Dye Stulft,
. . Stationery, . .,
Notion, Etc.
Everything at tie ttry Luteat
ct. ' '
WOLP.PEAECE&CO,
Umar 1874
NGhAM BRO'S
KEEP CONSTANTLY OIs H ND A
FIJI.I. strPPLY
OF ALLSIZb3 OF
WRAPPING & MANILLA
''Paper Bags, all Sizes.
CARPET
AND
BUILDING
-AND-
ROOFING PAPER!
NEWS: PAPER
All ordinarr eiiea eonatantlT
hand; ODD SIZES made to order
short notice.
CAP, LETTER aad ROTE
PAPEE fluid !EIJTELOPES
. ; : ; A Full Supply. ; ;;
Cash For Rags.
Address,
' . Z5QHAM ft BROS.
ChiUicothe. Ohio.
DT?T
SPRING AND SUMMErt 1
FRANK IIELLMAW, Ifeal,
At bit ne plaea of baalaea
00BTS BL00I. OPP03ITE UlIQl
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTIIB, 0.
HAS TBI
Choicest ttock
or'.
Spring and Summer Clothing
I iTER brauaht to Ihla market, mbraia ,
Ull the lat.t and moat nwhioonbie atylea
.ui in accordanea with tha lat awhioaa.
When you want a nobby auitdon I ul to call.
oaKraDK. U alx CUTS and
Makes Garmkhts to Ordw
tod haa a full line of
Cents' Underwear
I! ATM AND CAPS, VC
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All t..lhtn. ..rkH HaVII tO IhO laW
EST riCillMCM. Otramate-illandlwUl
witrritnl aatialnutioa w ,
tlapr FKAI Ofibi.aa
AGENTS WANTED! ,
To eell, JH le cwmmwn.Taa OaooRMWur't'
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
or 1HK
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
Hv J. Perlain . enitor Wealern Rural, Ohlra.
Complete and reliable. WriWmp m Jtmurf,
IK7 onainiil oriraii; oiner nra
rinna. - 'hi great work ia lorn la arias awf
sal iRf hf rtoasaadt. .'or term, territory, eta.,
aii.trera r.. ft Arni"nii a w.( ruouanoiw.
177 w. 4th t. tJincinnall.
CA UTION. Inferior worlra, aura wui'faWo,
are ling purhed. Po pot be imnod oa.
Mr. Perriam'a work la lull. aetAorilsMM, anil
endorsed by the great leader. Ha atAer .
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
N OTICE ia lierfby siren that . H. If.
Houston aa actniniislrator of Marsh t,
Parrish, drcehaeU, haa Akd herein hie aa
counts wilh Mid eeUte for finsj aetltehseBl.
and that the same ia aet for hearing oa lha
201 h day of Hnrvh, Insient, at II o'clock. A.M.
H B. MAYO, Prjbele Judr.
Mnreh t, 1874. M
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J. C. COLEIfl Aft,ltl.D.
flaa permanently located ia
MoAR.THUR.O:;
' lor the practic of
MEDICINE and SURCCRY.
to which ha will dero'e bia entire attention,
OHKIi'K in Hatia' Biiildiog up alaira, opo
aite Vinton County Bank.
Rkmdikcb
NEW"YUI!K day-book.
A rvmocrntip Weekly. Established If 60.
It siipporiB white supremacy, poliiirai and
aocial. Tfr.i.s. S2yerear. T clubs, nine
oorlea for f 8. fli'imen enpira free. Addresa
,V I'.IMlf v ,,.
BUT J. i F. COATS' BLACK,
MEAD fir prtliCBffl.
viANitb AbtMi';;.
n.-Kligion and health united a rpkndidfr.
i'm to every euUcriher-noihlpx like itiaj
the country-a rare h moe aa'ticafars ttttt
H. H KnHI. PuU'r. Uwliu, Maaa. , , ,,,, j
PORTABLE
70nA FOUNTAINS
s0, $50 $7JN3 tl.
od, Durable ind Cheap
iUPPBU READY a-oaUSB.
Manufacture 1 hjr
W. CHAPMAN A Co., Mao.
aon, Ind.
aVSend for a calalo uet .
BATCHELLER'S
Hand Corn Planter,1
I'he lM-i.,olieapet, mnnt.diintble and pr.pular
iilanter made. ManufaiMiired under tha su
iirviinn of lnte or 34,000 now in use.
AUEXTH WANTED. For idnnters or
-iruulara, address H. K. bVIUHELLER, Hler-
mill. 111.
"the great west.
NKN'i K". si. THS
Hand-
111 Book.
II iiivea all lha latest Information to emi
grxnts. Price mxtr cents,
8. J. Met OK.HIt K, Pabllaher, Partlaas
Oregon.
MIME
iihvh you seen our n.w ciitHtoxue ot pliolo
graphs. Stereoscopic eiewe, laocy pseturee,
Ac, Ao.,t If not send two threeceot etxmpe
to our addreaa and reeeire one by rrtitra mail. ,
t)l'lY A MILLER.
. . 14 Ativusla, Mama.
: : mnmi
And Insect Powder
For Bats, Mice, Boao), Ants Bed
Eng8, Moths, so. , .
J. F. HEN BY, C'l'RRAN eV CO- N. T
Hole: Aajeata.
LADY 4 GUTLEME5 AQE5TS
WANTED.
tO a Day guaranteed. ProBta large.
Some ot our ngenta make J2 a day. 8eoJ
for oirr-ulara to akdbsw M. Hina, Pres. Can
ton Msnninciunng Co., Canton, U. , ,
t.innrnWiUaU Tmthtrinmphanir
lYlUnlJ til''n, 01,1 ,ni T"8. nal
"siod female, mate more mon
ey selling oor French and -American Jtwby,
BoofaanO Oarnm then at an; thing els, ureas
es! inducements to agents and purchasers.
Catalogues, terms and full particulars teat
free to all. Address
P. O.V1CK ERY. Augusta, Mama.
. 1 t.
r8YCOMANCY. OR SOUL CRARMINO'
i ho
the lore and aflectiona of anr Bersoa thee
ow eiineraex mar tascii aia aaa nia
ata aad
choose, instaaily This simple mental as-
t persoa they
nuiiemeut all can DO seen, free b mail lar M
cents; together with a Mamaia oid,Egy
isn Oracle, dreams, binta lolsdiea A nasar
h.ok iiK),uOo sold Adiiresa J WlLLUMs)
CO Publishers, Philadelphia, .
MILLIONS OF ACRES
IN N. BKASKA.
NOW FOR SALE YY CBEAP.
TEN YEARS CBIDITOHLY SpEBCZKT.
Dteriftitt PanpUtU, milk Seotieaal Afaps saWVsa.
THE PIONEER,
A handsome lluatnut paper. eoataiBiat Uia
IfeaMatsad Lew, mailed free to all parte
of the world
Addrast o. F. DATI8,
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