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THE VINTON RECORD.
. MoAHrjlIJK, OHIO,
. i . V '
THUKSDAY.ftf RIL 9.1874
. lr there is to? 00 ttiinft
more than another the De
mocracy hai professed to op
pose iv s mooopoij. jut
friends! will remember how
they rang the charges upon
that word last Fall just be
fore the election, and how their
platlorms always grow elo
qaent over this talismanic
word. One of the monopolies
WU1CU, II KCOU CUtODIC
source. of complaint I the rich
t i. .
and powerful railroad compa
Dies which Operate immense
lines of ro.ad from live seaboard
to the Great West, and control
the commerce .between the
8tate?. Well, "Mr. McOrary in
troduced a "bill early in the ses
sion of.Congresa to appoint
a Board ol Commissioners to
regulate the rates tor traospor
tation of freights and passen
gers over these roads, and a pow
erful railroad lobby has been
operating in Washington dur
ing the winter to kill the bill
On the 27thult.it was put upon
its passage. The Democrats
voted solid against the bill,
with five exceptions Iiolman
and Wolf, of Indiana; Robbing,
of North Uarolinn; Kendall,
ot Nevada," and Luttrel, ol Oal
iforoia. We desire that the
people should bear this fact in
mind next Fall hen the Dem
ocratic orators come around to
prove by their platforms thai
they are opposed to monopo
lies.
Wi copy the following addi
tional proceedings in the Scio
to Common Pleas, on the judi.
cial unpleasantness, from the
Portsmouth Tribune:
"The Court directed the clerk
to collect the fines assessed on
the cases sentenced by Judge
Dulladway. ' The Judge said
he had upon mature considera
tion, concluded it to be doubt
ful whether or not these cases
should be retried, even if cor
rapt and fraudulent practices
hud been resorted to in bring
ing about the result as it was
lie said he did not say and had
not said that such was the case
and had made no charges of
corruption against any one, bui
bad taken the steps he did on
reports to that effect that had
reached him, and this was what
he announced on maklug his
order to mark these entries er
ror. The -Investigating Com
mittee being called upon were
not ready to report but prom
ised to report on Monday, to
which day the Court adjourn
ed." - ttstis
Whisky and the Gallows.
A man was hung in Chicago
not long since for the murder
of his wife. When stauding
under (he gallows, he seized
the rope with which he was to
be hanged, and holding it up
to those who had gathered to
see him executed, he said
"Whisky did this lor me. When
any of you take a drink ol
whisky herealter, think of this
rope and remember my fate."
Such an awful warning and
appeal ought to be heeded
alike by the thousands who
are drunkards aud those who
are bat tipplers in the use ol
whisky. What it did for him!!
may do for them. Especially!
let boys beware of strong
drink. Very many of the mur
ders of which we read in the
papers would .never have been
committed but for drink. Be
ware of the beginning of this
evil habit.
Is
the Athens county Court,
'in the cases under the Adair
.law brought by Airs. Walker,
-widow -of Joseph Walker,
.againt Edward Pollard and by
Sirs. ilcDevitt against Dick
man Bros., of Nelsonville, the
jury Id the former case return
ed a verdict for 12,000 and
in the last named, for 800.
Teb Security Bank of New
York, organized in 1870 with a
capital of $500,000, has decided
to close business, after losing
$250,000. The stockholder!'
fiay oil depositors and Docket
Off.
From Hamden.
HAMDEN, O., April 4th, 1874.
Tmtd,otmTkmBlm4.
The whisky war here Is
raging; it forme the subject ot
conversation by every one.
The enemies of this movement
are making as bold a stand as
if is possible for them to do,
and in my opinion they have
gone farther than the law will
justify them, and upon this
point I would be pleased to
have your opinion. Have our
ladies a right to sing and pray
in i'ront of saloons on the side
walk, leavir g room lor people
to pass! And if so has any
man a right to push them off
the sidewalk!
One of our saloonisls agreed
to surrender, and still would
do so, but his partner in this
liquor business has been
strengthened and sustained by
whisky drinkers and sjmpa
thlzr-ri to continue the fight,
piomising to lend them $1,000
to defend this low business. This
offer was made by men living
in this place and vicinity. I
hope that these men will reap
the reward which their cou
duct so richly deserves, to wit:
the contempt of all honorable
men.
We bad a mass mee'ing here
last evening. The M.K Church
a8 full to ovei flowing. A
large number of persons,
ami tilting to 110, came up
from Berlin to attend the meet
ing. Several speeches were
made, and we hope the friends
of thft cause were stimulated to
increase their zeal and efforts
in the good work. The ladies
being determined to continue
the struggle till victory shall
crown their efforts with suc
cess. They go forth every day
in the spirit and power of the
Most Bigh. May God prosper
them and fight their battles, is
the prayer of i
A FRIEND TO THE CAUSE.
REPLY.
To our correspondent's ques
tions we reply that we know
of ' no law upon which the la
dies encroach in holding de
votional exercises upon the
sidewelk, as long as they do
not obstruct the free passage
of the public, and the liquor
dealers and their attorcyes
have as yet failed, to find any
such law. Any person who
pushes tbera off is guilty of an
assault, and the men of Ham
den ought to have enough
backbone to see that he gelt
the benefit ol the law. Judge
Smith, in a case brought by a
saloon keeper ot Morrow, to
enjoin the women ot that town
from praying In front of his
establishment, decided that In
asmuch as the plaintiff was en
gaged in keeping a house
where liquors were sold in vio
lation ol law, liis establishment
was described by the statue as
a nuisance, and the public had
a right to abate it in any way
they might choose, except by
a breach of the peace.
A Roland for an Oliver.
At the temperance meeting
held on the evening of the 24ih
ult, Mrs. Beery, the Secretary
of the Ladies' League, staled
that the ladies had that day re
solved that mas.nuch as the
liquor dealers bad threatened
temperance people with a loss
of patronage, hereafter temper-
auce men would receive the
patronage pf tempfiance wo
Scioto Gazette.
Mas. J. S. Uclick, wife of the
popular agent of the firm of D.
U. Baldwin & Co., arrived here
last Saturday. Having "mar
ried and settled down Mr. Hu
lick intends to stay with as and
sell more organs than ever be
fore. Be can furnish you with
the favorite Valley Qem Piano
or an Estey Organ, cheap.
Tub partner of a Memphis
mm who drew an $18,000 prize
in the Louisville lottery, has
sued out an injunction against
payment on the ground thai
i he ticket was bought with firm
money.
- Tbi new railway tariff law
i Wisconsin reduces freigl ti
a grain from twenty to tweu
t?k?rejpot btifif prtstnt
rates! '.' '
From the Gallipolis Journal.
Morgan Raid Claims.
The Washington correspond
ent of the Cineipnati Gaiette,
says:
"The forthcoming report of
the Committee on War Claims
will take decided grounds against
paying for the damages done by
the Confederate troops in the
loyal States during the late war.
Tbe question arises on the e'aim
of Ohio for property destroyed
in the Morgan raid. It U held,
however, by the committee that
to pay this would establish a
precedent by which the citiiens
of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ken
tucky and Missouri cjuld claim
payment for all property lost in
those States on aocount of' the
rebellion. It is estimated by the
chairman that $150,000,000
would not cover all the claims
which would come under the
same head oTthe Morgan claims.4
Becanse there is a large
amount of these claims, therefore
they must not be paid! Is that
a reason worthy of honorable
men? There is no denial of
equity. Payment is denied
simply and purely because the
amount is large. Such an ex
cuse, by a private citizen, for re
fusing to pay his just debts,
would be denounced as dishon
est -and fraudulent. If these
claims are just, pay them, and
if not just, refuse payment, but
for the good name of the Ameri
can I ongress don't decline pay
ment upon the dishonest plea of
amount.
A iioBBiBLK uffuir occurred
near the depot, Jackson, O., on
Tuesday night of last week.
George Spur-ier was torn to
pieces by tbe pay train. It can
only be conjectured what he
was doing on tbe track at one
o'clock In the night from the
fact that a whisky bottle was
found near his dead body.
Jackson Standard.
Tempebancs has been tri
umphant in Lock port, New
York, formerly a profitable lo
cahty to rum sellers. The peo
ple have not only stopped
drinking, but have voted that
tbere shall be no more licenses.
A Lawkenck county Consta
ble undertook to arrest a crim
inal last week and in a rracus
was shot iu the stomach and
probably fatally wounded.
The fellow 1)9 was trying to ar
rest escaped to Kentucky.
Ex Sheriff Reynolds, ol Ath
ens county, was received at
the Penitentiary Tuesday, hav
ing been convicted ot forgery
and sentenced to seven years
imprisonment.
Tub Caiiiuruid Legislature
has adjourned The transpor
tation bill and that allowing
the people to elect a United
States Senator, were defeated.
Tbb public debt was reduced
during the month of March,
$2,189,338.40. 1 he entire do
crease of ( the debt in one, year
has been duly $3 046,000. . . .
Tbb Kanawha Chronicle says
that the coal mines in the vi
cinity of Charleston, West Va,
now turn out about 20,000
bashels i of coal per day. '
HcQH Daugherty, late on
trial in the Fairfield county
Court of Common Pleas, has
been lound guilty of murder iu
the first degree. .
A OAs explosion' in the
Wheeling Opera House yester.
day did considerable damage
to tbe building, but injured no
one. '
A Postmistrkss in Mississip
pi discharged ber husband
from a clerkship the other day
for non attendance to duty.
A sick woman and a girl of
thirteen were suffocated in a
fire at Cambridge, Mass., Tues
day. .
- Tbb movement to make Gen.
Burnside Senator tor Rhode
island in place of Mr. Sprague
is evidently gaining strength.
Tbb coal fields of Ohio, at
the rate they are now worked,
will not be exhausted for M,
SOOyeari, . , .
From the Scioto Gazette.
Ma. A. L Fcllietoh, one ot
Chiliiflothe's oldest and most
highly respected citizens, died
at bis residence in this city on
Thursday morning last. About
a month ago Mr. Fullerton re
ceived a stroke of paraljsi?,
and since that time has be n
slowly but surely sinking, Lis
disease being, beyond medical
aid. The deceased was a na
tive of this city and was for
many years Clerk of the Ross
county Court. Dis funeral took
place on Monday last, quite a
large concourse of friends and
acquaintances being present.
Fob long years whif-ky has
waged a relentless war on the
women . and children of our
land. Now the tide of batll
is turned, and women assume
the offensive, attacking the
enemy simultaneously with
tbe tactics and well laid plans
of a successful general. To-day
whisky is on the defensive, and
fights from its rifle pits the
spiritual weapons of tbe as
saulting column.
Tub new postage law brings
a considerable revenue from
the New York advertising
agencies. Ceo. P. Rowell &
Cn's quarterly bills upon news
papers received exceed $430;
those ot S. M. Pettengill & Co.
are above $350, while tbe
agencies of W. J. Carlton,
Bates & Locke, W. W. Sharpe
and others most prominent,
pay from one-fourth to one-
eighth of the above amounts.
Tbb Rhode Island State elec
tion took place on the 1st int.
There was no Democratic nom
ination for Slate officers. Hen
ry Howard was elected Gover
nor by a majority of about 11,.
000; Charles O. Van Zandt,
Lieut. Governor; and Joshua
M. Addiman Sayles, Attorney
General. Gen. -Burnside baa
the inside track for United
States Sonator.
The Meigs oouuty Telegraph
says:
w .
"The Pnmeroy Iron Company
reports that business in tbeir
line was' never better than
at present, and that they have
been fairly overrun with or
ders. The last months' work
is claimed to be the biggest
ever done in their establish
ment''
There is another strike at
New Siraithvillei, among the
coal miners. The strikers will
not permit .others lo work.
They are armed, are very noisy,
and have beaten and abused
several persons. A number of
police officers were sent from
Columbus, well armed, but tbey
were glad to get away.
Five trackmen of the Neiv
York Central railroad while
walking home on the track
from a spree were overtaken
by a truiu which they were too
drunk to notice, and which,
striking them in mass, dread
fully mangled three, one of
whom lias died. The other two
escaped with severe bruiseo.
1 '
. . i: ' ' '
It takes seventeen thouiand
bar-tenders to minister to the
saloon customers of New York.
Connecticut re-elected a
Democratic Governor and Leg
islature on Monday.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NEW YURK DAY-BOOK.
A IVmoci-atie Weekly. Estahiiiherl 1M.
H purport, whit supremacy, political and
social. Terms. Slyer year. Tn Huh, nine
eopif" for Specimen copies free. Address
AT-HOOK, N7 TorkCity.
TUUt wmtmttIBnll of
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO.
! against the Singer, Wheeler A Wllon "
aad Grow t Baker rot, InTolnng orer
0200,000,
hlMilt itcUti I 0 '
gyiaia Co arf of iho Uniiod ttlaUm
in fcoroHFLOMESCE, whieh alone
DM MrokmtU Atoaopol, o hifk Pri m.
THE NEW FkORENCE
It las emlf aaesMas th urn ttntwari mud ftr
wr4 tr lo riqkl 4 ItfL
' MmpUtt'lapmt- M
Son rni Oj.i Onit "riciiTnaiTO
CLUB Ml DBALBRS.
AjrQ 1874. rimmu. Mam.
PORTABLE
SOnA FOUNTAINS
$40, $50 $7IAND$I00.
Good, Dirabla airs' Cheap.
SHIPPED BEADY PORUSa
MuBnnwturoibr I. W. CHAPMAN A CVMM'
. , mm. lad. V
Sn!o4brtUlo M-mtfr
it
BUT J. & P. COATS' BLACK
THBIAD for yonr HICHDIR
WILD LIF
'IIIK
WAU WAJtT.
AOEMTH WAXIED trjhrrt for I Mr
arw n t hin.full illuMreied book of in
nlhor'i IhirtT rr' life and adventure
among Iht Indiana, in lh Mexiran Wura,
huntnif mi'i aniinala, .. Ao. raritmfli
fcnrtiu, and aallina fair lhn anrlhinu aar
hnr known 8nd lor lllamralad rirenlar
and liberal lerma. r. A . Hufcbioeoa A Co,
Cincinnati, 0.
EITFB.mTI)K
And Innect Powder
For Bats, Mice, BoaoVs, Ants Bed
Bags. Moths, to,
J. P. HENRY, ClU HAN V CO, N. Y
81 Aaenia.
FITS EPILEPSY
oaitiretjreurad. Thawnrat raaea of InntMt
loiinn,B iieing lK. HKBHATU'8 COKZ,
A bolt la aenl frea to a II addrMin i, I. lia
ai a. lit Ath Ave.. N. T.
Katera cored oar nannnll-
cheap, quirk, without uf-
H'rng. j na out) true an-
ijole. d.Q Arni'iinnv.
i u, 0ernen. Nichiaaa
NOTICE.
U.S. INTERNAL REVENUE
SPECIAL TAXES.
May 1, 1874 to April 30, 1875
The LAWol December l,187!requir.ieTer
permn euiraced la any buameaa, afooalioo,
oremiiiormeal whirh render him liable to a
HPKcUf. TAX. TO PR4MUBE AND
PLACE COtftPHUOINLY IN HIM
KHTAHI.IHIIMKNT OK PLitE or
BCMINK1I! a STAMP denoting Ilia pay.
meal of aaid 8PE0I U. TAX tor the Hpeeial
Tax year beginning May 1. 1171, before com
rneoomg orconiinuiug buaiaaaa altar AprlW,
THE TAXES IMBEAOED WITHIU
THE PE0VISI0B3 OF THE
LAW ABOVE QUOTED ARE
THr0LL0f7INa,7rZ.i
Rpctlflers $200 00
Dealt'rs, leiall liquor 25 00
Dealer, wholesale liquor .... 100 00
Dealers In malt llquors.wliole-
ale...,. .. 60 00
Dealer In malt liquor, retail. 20 00
Dealers In leaf tobacco 28 00
Retail dealer tn leaf to'mecn 600 00
Ami on bales of over $1,000,
fifty cents for every dollar
In excess of $1,000.
Dealers In tnanulautured to-
baccn k oa
- - - ....... ...., u w
Manufacturers of stills 60 00
And for each still nianufac-
, tureJ - 20 00
And for each worm manu
faetured ....... 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco .... 10 00
Manufacturer of . clears .. 10 00
Petldletsot tobacco, first-class
wore than two horses . 60 00
Peddler, of tobacoo, second
clan v'o horses 23 00
- edillers of tobacco, third class
fone horse J IB 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth
class on foot or public con.
veyauce .'. ... 10 00
Brewers of less than COO bar
rels.... 60 00
Brewers ol 600 barrels or more. 100 00
Aay person, ao liable, a ho ahull hi I to com.
pW with the forego ag requirement! will be
unjaui to aevere penaltiea
Peraona 01 flrma in Viatoo county liaMeto
nmn ii w nf IK. dnLI r - - - - n . .J -1. -
muat apply to H. O. Miller. lieiMity Collector
of Iniernal Heeuur, at Jaekaen C. H., Ohio,
an mrnnn pnn-ure ine npefiai rax lamii
or Hiamna they naed, prior Ui May 1, 1874, and
WITHOUT rUR TH PR NUTIOK.
J. W. DOUCLASS,
Ctmmtutoner of Ittimmtl Bonn' '
Officb or Internal Kevknob,
Wakhinoton, D. C Febry 16, 1874
aprlS74 (w ,
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
merit market Id
Darin' Biiildinir,
learly nppneite
eVintnn Ooun
yNalinnHl Hank
nd will keep
'n.tanily on
and all the t.
rirtiea and Iha
taat meat to be
lound id Iha
Diark'l
I will aell at
fair price, and
hv fkir dealing
hops to merit
the public pat- ,.
ronaga
A. L. BROWf.
IWan 1674
GREAT 11 A lti A IN.
576 ACEES OF LAND
-IN-
Putnam County, West Va,
WITHIN 2Vt MILES OF BAILS AD
44illlles From Mate Capital
County Boad Euns lhrona Trace
FINS FARMING LAND WITH
PLENTY OF I90N ORE;
t ; r
WELL watered. About 16 anrar .leered.
Oood frame hnua tn out huildinga.
Timber-poplar, walnut, oak, aah, bKkory
and locuat.
.; ; Title Perfeot.j
The en tiro Iraot or one-half will be told
VERri.uv.. .
lermafair. Call toon.
2Hpr 874 H.CJOM!.
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
' For 1874.
SMI PAOEPi 400 ENfeHAVINflB, and f(U
OREO PLATE lukliahed quarterly al Si
eentaayear. Pi rat number lor U74 uat
aue i. A Oerman edition at Mm price,
Addraaa 'AM KB VIM, Hx he.iir, N. T.
Manhood! How Lost, How Bestored I
j oat puniieaett. a new edi
tion r Dr. CnlTerwell'.
Celebrated Eaaa on the
radtcoJ oart (wiihout me.ii.
eine) or -riaTo4ac..., or beminal Weak,
nana. Involuntary Beminal Lnea, lapoTiaor,
Mental aud Phjraioal looapacilji, impediment
to Marnane, ele., alao, daaoMr-rioa, fcriLar
at, and Uta. induced bjielHuduljieoce or aoa
ual estraraganre.
aVarrrice To a aealed envelope, only ( centa.
The celebrated author in thia admirable ea
aj clearl demnnvtralaa from a thirty era'
uveaaftil praelwe, that the alarming c'iDe
queooea of aell-abuaa may be radical Toured
without the danirernue ue. of internal mei
eina or the application of the knile; pnintwt
out a mode uiiure at onretmle, certain and
etteclual, by mean, of which ever) Miflrrer,
no matter what bia condition may be. may
ure himaelf cheaply, privatelv, and adwatlir.
aw-'bl Lecture abould be' in the hand, of
eery youlb and erery maa in the land. .
"eat, voder aeal. la a flaw earelope, to aay
addaaa, eakM oa receipt o ai'ceoU, or
two poet alampa. - -' - - . -
Alio Dr.- HulTerwell'f jk1rriaa Guide,"
pnoa M oertta. ---
: addreaalbe puhU.bara, .
' OHAS. J. 0 KLINE A CO,
1ST rat-r, Stw lort, foat QamtoHW
1 1 hi 1 1 mi
ll II
i 0n j -.
Ifeo Brtu.
Scribner's ',1101111117,
TUB SINAII CAMP AlttN BEGUN
Another Great Llterarj Beniation.
The Modern RoblmonCrusoe
With 130 Beautiful Illustrations.
Meeere tteribaer A Co., he aeeored for
aen-l puWicaiion in HCRINKKH UOkTU
LV, M. Julea Verne'a lalaal elory,
'THE hystericus ISLAND1
id ahk-h, not content with the old etortee or
MKobiaiion Cruaoe" eod Ihe "fwlra family
kobmaoa," the wnler nndrriakea it ho
hoar a iwrly ol men eaal oixin a myalerione
and deeerl ialand may lireb? iber eeienlilw
ranouroe alone, wii hou. Iha aid ot auy wreck
lo draw upon lor tba maianala of lit aad
comfort.
The parly art Amerirana ho eel out from
Rirhnioad Va.,aurii.n the aire,ii abillnoa.
M Jule Verna unilea wi a an accuraiaat-iea
tine knnvlange an eiuberaoce of lafaoUra
geaiua thai Cat
FASCINATED TOE WOULD..
The Ihfme of the preant alory aforda the
anthor the fleat oppopnoity for ihe diaplay
of hia pouuliar ailta. The .lory aill be pro
Ineeiy illu.trmieJ, ao4 labeguu la the April
number.
for aala hy all New lealera or Bnoaeli
ra Prtne S4 iu a year, V eenU a oiimber.
6CRIHN r.H A CO., M, BroaJway, ti. Y.
tmarl"74
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FUBNITUIIE,
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anvthine de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. "Wi
attend funerals wJ
hearse when desiici
P IUS II RTON,
Corner of High aud LoouBt Street.
McARTHUR, O.
TmarUr.
FresK for the Spring Trade
WOLF, PEAE0E & C0S
B0I1ED Ai D BAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED. LEAD,
TTJRPKNTIJSTK
TiR-filSaaES,
Colors Ground tn Oil,
Paint and Tarnish Brushes,
JTJST RECEIVED.
Alio a full line ol
PL'REFIlESODlll'GUCUElIICALS
Dye Stun,
Stationery,
IVoliuns, Etc.
Everything at Iht very Luwat Pri
eet
WOLF.PEAECEfSiCO,
lime xm
INGHAM BRO'S
KE2P CONSTANTLY ON fMKDA
FULL'UPPLY
. OPALLSIZbS OP
WRAPPING & MANILLA
PAPERS,
Paper Bags, 'all Sizes, '
CARPET
PAPER,
? a . ! -AMD-"' .
BUILDING
" ' -AND-..
HOOFING PAPEE!
NEWS PAPER
All' ordinary ' sites constantly on
band; ODD MZE3 made to order on
short notioe..
CAP, LETTER and NOTE
PAPER and ENVELOPES
- A Full Supply. :
Qash For Ragq,
Address,
prO?A?E08.
- CMlllooUie, OUo. ;
HEW SPHHIG STOCK
or
MIL L INERT
AND
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
Sew dtylcs f
HATS,BONNETS,RIBBONS
IN ALL NEW SHADES,
Jute D raids.
Embroideries.
Edg'sra,
Trlmmluirs.
Laces,
Gloves,
Ladles F'cy Goods)
Jewelry,
Corsets. Etc.
Alroi asanrtmeDt of "
GtntUnun't JVuklUt.
Bleaching, Pressing:. Bern ode inr,
and all kinds of HUlinery
Work done to Order on
sbrt notice,
Givn os a ealL We will sell lower
than erer.
J. P. 4 C. A. DUNKI.E,
Main at. MoArthur, O.
H. A. BIGGIt.0. J. H. UEIM.E1N.
UIGGaKS A. UEI.TLEI-f,
HANCFAUTURERS uF AND DEALERS IN
ITALIAN A1IERICAX MARBLB,.
Scotch Granite.
And all Kinds of Monuments and.
Tombstones,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Saprl74
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRAIVK HE LL3I AH. A gcal,
II k - rk..l..
COST'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOIff
HOUSE.
CTIILLICOTIIE, O.
BA8TBI '
Choicest Htock
or
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER breue,hi to thia market, ernbracina;
all Iha Intent and moel fashionable atylea,
cm in accordance wilh Iha talent laahiona.
When yon want a nobby anil doa't kill to call
on Frank, lie alao CUT a and
Makes Garments to Ordi
i .. -
and haa .full line of
Gents' Underwear
HATS ANDt'APSy&C.
It rlnthlna marked down to the LOuC
K8T FlUUKLft. Gire roe a oill and I aiiL
warrant aatialautiua
Sair FRANK HELLMAN.
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, iw'd lo reaanMra.Tai Glooaoewtti; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
OP IBB
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
Ry i. Periain. enltnr Weelern Rural, 'lcaro.
Complete and reliable. WriUtp la tmrf,.
IH74 I orivianl norlraile; Hal other enKra
vng. ataT Thi great work la low lapnet aad
ml ingb$ (aeaaaaift. . ortenna, territory, em.,
a.i.lre-a K. HANAPKI A CO., Publishers,
177 W. 4th at, Cincinnati.
CA VTIOS.- Inferior worlra, awre eomyilotUmt,
are Lung uiilied fo noi be imind on.
Mr. Perrmm'a work la lull, earaorweMre, and
endorsed by Ihe great leader. Aoae uKn it.
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
"NOTICE is her by aHren that J. H. M.
l Hnnainn aa scminiir'rator n( Sarah A.
ParriHh, drcet.eed, haa Slid heiein hisao.
luiinii. with fair! eak.le for Anal eelllemint
and lhat the aame ia ael for hearing on Iha
20lh day of Man h, inaiant, at II o'clock, A.M
H B. 4.AYO, Probata Judye. , '
March 6,1874 t ' '
SCRIBNER FOR 18741
Tea nnexampled 'faror a-orded to thia
Magaaine br the pnblio. enablr u. to enter
uimn ihe enniinc yer wilh the meaaawf nrs
kintf il moreMltraeUreeuid TaluaMe than a-. .
er bet n re to its large and IncreaafhK .umb.r
of readera on both eidea of tba Atlantic. - Tha
aerial story ol Ihe year,
KATHARINE CARLE.
by Miaa Trafion, w a charmlni lore stonr be-
a gifted ariler, whi'ilt la deatmed to a wiu
poiiuiarity. . .
There will be brilliant novelettes and Iha.
bee. Miorl atne, by Bale Holm, Brat
u arte, ana omer deiiRhtiut atorytellers. .
A series nfeirikina and ninnii. iMienia.wilh. '
illuatrationa, "OLD TIME MIMIC"
bt Heni. F. Taili-r kuuan 101 bia brilliant
cum ribulioDS to the Wcltrn Prees will ring
o a airmn me muxio or inerninning wnwvit ,
Tba Flail, The ttaa Coach. The Mill, elo.
portrait and Mogrei tiical sketches or .
American anibnra; papers on Dairy Karrcinr
sndelocK raiiog m .uro, e, on bo-senold i
dn-oraiioa ami furniture, beanies more tb
S iit ether illaalrated art ic lea are oof IP prw '
paration.
THE8PLENMD8EBIE8
hie uitatiAr ouin.
the a oat important sad aipenliTS series of
illuslrate't papers erer undertaken by say
mugasine wall be continued through tbe year.
In tbe leceniber number we cuoiplete the
tapers ooliAUi.iana, The next in order will
lib Lone Mar Mete: Ihe Meuutaia ke;
gloaei4 thenouth; The Iron BegiunaorMias
auurf, Ac, Ao 'I ueie, lh n.a eaaars aid, .,
sillienal diecnenuns ol liters tare, scienoeii.
and art, akrlohes ol tratel, occasional poems
and etching, will make up a inagaaiBa,ef . ,
Cbrisliaa Literature deaignad to tt ."..,. 1'
THE BEST IN THE ;
' Tba December nnmber(now ready) haa aa, .
able article oa "he Keeuropuoa of Specie
f ayment, by I. Aiwater, poems by Brate .
Harte, Mar Donald and others. Thecoo.lna.
stioa of tbe two serisl etoriee, shorter stories,
splendid iiluatrations of btw Vrleana, thajr
Pari. of aueiicaiato. '
Editorial" by a ler-e aad able corp. ef wrir
lerx. Touios ol tbe Time br Lr Bollaad. 'uA
which he replies to "ttorre Religious Newa.
paperar'a laoghahle etobiog, Ao All r
eoterMimng number.
Tba Holiday No. of BT. HICHOIVAS,
sur splendid New Illustrated Magasine for
iirla aud Boya, tbe Siieal erer issued, will be
sent to all lb .eubst-ribera or Seriboar'a , .,
Monthly for 14. Alao Ihe Koeember sod -liecemher
numbers of . hichouu. .eat fra
to (hose who eubaeribe ft Jbuta magaainea.
Tbe July aumbnr o wibaer's Monthly con
taining (lis Intreduetery srtie a of Th Orea
Bonlb series, sent to subscribers to Scribaer
who oeH U wbM BMkklaA toeajt aaeannpe
boas.
Brrihaer's oatbis- l tie ho t :
aiala year, nr 7.(M fcr buih.
of BlbJtftBACOSMBsoaawitr.H.T.
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