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,v UoAUTflUK, OHIO,
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'THURSDAY. A PR. 10. 1874
" ' Jom 0. Djkhu, one of (he
" L ' LL.iJ... .1 . ll.
Colnmbni A Hockin Valley
R. R, has published an address
' to tfee stockholders of that com-
''i i u n:BAni 1
pany, rraiguiug uouuuiun
t mini- Bppocinjr t ivw .vm.
vi icciir, ivi -e.
. . Th nat ABrninfft fit
ingvuivmr w -
. . . rt m
Cnt, and according to Desh
lera showing should have been
? oVerSOper cent. The letter is
'. chiefly interesting to the peo
- . . . m f . , f
pi9 Cl WIS loctuuy iu auuwiug
the earnings of ' a railrohd
, .throogh a mineral region like
our own. The 0. & 11. V. R.
.-Co, had quite as much trouble
in getting people toUke.its
stock aa Uxo v.ua. 40. Co. is
r. having,- and ret the road is
t earning, an annual dividend of
.50 per cenr. Our . road is cost
ing less money to . build than
lha C. its II. V. did. and runs
, ihtough a mineral region ,su
- perror liuta productions to the
' IT firkin a Vat lair a nit Mllilit'tA
and, will be a better paying
., close-fisted men of money will
f see where they missed it.
From the Jackson Standard.
' Thb" following appeared . in
"the Portsmouth Times ot last
' Saturday: "
" ."Charges appear, in the Vin-
ton Record against Judge Du-
Iladway. They have been cop
led in the Standard and Tri
bune. One of them is that he
received a box of goods packed
in straw rom a IJamden man
who had a case before him.
Another that he entered a sa
looti with a Chillicotbe lawyer
- while the women were praying
We telegraphed to Judge Du
Iladway yesterday who is bold
ing Court at Marietta, asking
if we could deny the charges,
bai received no reply." The op
orator at Jackson telegraphed
Sir. Cook, a Portsmouth opera
tor that he could not deny the
first charge, as he held his re
ceipt for the box. Ii these
' charges be true, Judge Dullad
way's actions are deserving of
oeaaurefor man occupying
' bis" position should have better
' judgment, as he must know
that his enemies are on. the
alert, and will not spare him.
We hope that he may be able
to disprove (hem, and shall be
glad to give him the use of our
columns in which to do so.".
We lose all patience with
v men who have no more sense
than talk about a man being
required to "disprove" charges
made against him. Whatever
' maybe -Judge Du 11 ad way's
faults, be has the good sense
not to rush into the newspapers
to 'disprove" every, charge
that his enemies may choose
to make against him. If be is
guilty of any crimes, faults or
' errors, it Is for bis accusers to
bring the proof. Every man
- is presumed to be innocent un-
til the contrary be proven be
yond a reasonable doubt.
i The Standard may bottle its
'impatience. The statements of
our correspondents were true,
and Judge Du Iladway shows
'liis good sense by his silence.
But we 0.V not want to spread
' ourselves on this matter. tVe
don't think there w anymingin
it except that Judge Du' Ilad
way has made a couple of mis
takes whicn were calculated to
"do himself harm, grieve his
friends and gratify his enemies
if he has any. He forgot the
difference between Judge Du
Hadway and Porter Du Had
way, attorney at law, aod he
cow sees with .what jealosy
they watch his actions, both"
on and off the Bench, We will
venture to say he will be more
guarded in the future.
TBB City Council of Gallipo
lis submitted the McCuouella
Tille anti-tippling house ordi
nance to a direct vote of the
people at. the regular spring
lection, and after a warn con
test the people decided to fa
Tor of the adoption of the m U
aace. ' .-V v..-.
The McArtbur Enquirer of
last week Issued aa extra apol
ogising for an obscene article
which appeared in ita regular
edition. The apology is too
thin. Halt column communi
cations, don't get la newipa
pen by accident, and the art!
cle for which the apology was
made was little if any more in
decent than the scurrilous "po
etry" and communications of
the two previous issues. The
truth of the matter is that the
publisher of the paper has no
regard for publio morals and
decency, and had offended un
til the patience of the public
was exhausted. Last week's
issue was the "hair which bioke
the camel's Lack," and be be
gan to hear Iroui bis subscrib
ers who had tired of - watching
lor the paper su.Jhey could
burn it up before it reached the
younger members of the lamily.
Not only that, bnt he began, to
hear the murmurs of ' the; pub
lic pointing to the suppression
of . t,he , paper by force , of Jaw
fori.obscenity. We. will ven
ture (o say that there was nev
er . as filthy ta publication as
that of, last week's.'. Enquirer
printed in the State, and it is
time, the publio should cry for
a halt. ' ii '
Warlike the way our, new
Marshal is taking hold of the
duties of his office: He-is paid
tor enforcing all ordinances
and he proposes to enforce
them. Iu doing this' he will
have the support of every per
son who has any regard for
the peace, order, and good
name ot our village. Hereto
fore the Marshal has receive 1
no salary, and of course could
cot reasonably be expected to
neglect his private interests
for the publio good, and many
ordinances have been violated
with impunity. There is to be
a square turn in this respect,
and fcood order enforced tr the
offenders will be subjected to
the penalties of the law. .
Judicial Investigating Committee.
The committe appointed
some time since in the Scioto
County Common Pleas Court to
investigate the matters in con
nection with the liquor caves
decided by Judge Du Had way
has aiked for further time, and
also asked that the cdmhihtee.
be increased to five, and upon
the suggestion of Hon. V. A
Uutcliins, the chairman, Col.
0. F. Moore, J udge H. A.
Towne and lion.' J. W. Baunon
were added to the committee,
aiid were given till the next
term '. of court to report.
The city papers have the
vote of Hon T. M. Bay, Repre
sentative for this county, dif
fereotly reported on the Qeg
han amendment to the Adair
liquor law. The House Joor
nal shows that Mr. Bay was
present and voted against ail
the amendments to the bill ex
cept the one offered by Gen.
Grosrenor, and regarded by
some as favorable to a more
ready enforcement of the law.
The New Orleans Picayune
wants some of the female cru
saders to visit that city, and
try and remove some of the
bars Irom the mouth of the
The House Committee on
Agriculture have agreed to re
port favorably on the hill pro
viding that animals shall not
be kept on the cars without
food and water longer than 21
John M. Jones, ex-Sheriff oi
Jackson county, the man
against whom Bowen instituted
his tamous suit for damages,
a.'ed last Saturday at Jackson
agei? about forty years.
Athens county votrd- last
week by a larjfe mujorily,
against builu.mg a ce"w Court
JiCKAuJT h44 an incorporated
cotnpeny capital htock, $35,.
0C0 40 build bot eL
Fautt od whitewesb brash
escaa beiaAde weoinow. r .
A Race of Men Who Have
Not Yet Learned to Talk.
From the Siem Weekly Advertiser.
On the Island of Domed has
been found a certain race of
wild creatures, of which kin
drsd varieties have been dls-
covered in th? " Philippine
Islands, Terra defFoegOi and
in South Amonoa." They walk
usually almost 'erect,' on1 two
legs, and in that attitude mess
ure about four feet in height.
They construct no habitations
form no families, scarcely as
sociate together, slep in caves,
feed on snakes and vermin, on
ant's eggs and on jach other.
They can not be tamed or forc
ed to any labor, and are hunted
and shot among the treed like
the great gorilla, of which they
are a stunted copy. When cap
tured alive 1 one finds witb'sur- j
prise that their uncouth jaber
pring sounds are like articulate'
language. They turn up a hu
man Uoe to : gate at their cap
tors, and females show instincts
of. modesty. . - In fine these
wretched beings -are men and
women. . t ... rl'
Tus women's war in,, Glasen
bury,Conn., ia breaking-,, out
a I re ah. . The tax collector call
ed , on the Mioses , ;nih, ,of
Alder.ney renown, a.t feW ' days
ago, for another tax. ,Tbo jo
ules received him very polite
ly, but sternly Refused topay
any, more tax. till, thleyi,,.cao
vot.' The . collector, lest he
should again be charged with
being hasty, concluded to wait
a' few days, and then the al
ternative will be the. Alder
neys again. i
' The feminine, element is
slowly but surely becoming a
power in the land. Ninety-one
female students are enrolled at
the Michigan University alone
lor the' current academfojear
seven iu the law department,
ihirty-eix in the 'medical,' and
forty-eight in the regular uni
versity course. There are more
than one hundred women
studying law in the United
Rosenthal, the . celebrated
French chess-player, recently
performed at Paris another of
those surprising feats for which
be is so famous. He played at
the- Palais Royal twenty seven
games of. chess at once with
that number of , the best French
and . foreign chess-players.
Rozenthal won twenty-three
games, three were dawu, and
he lost only one.. ,
At Dayton, the ftjayor &od
Police Commissioners have is
sued a proclamation requiring
the police to keep the crusade
women in bands 'from the sa
loons, and also to enforce the
Slate laws against liquor sel
ling. ; Both parties were great
ly excited. The ladies com;
plied with all the requests
made of them wnile the sa
loon keepers continued selling
as usual. .' :
Tiik prospect for fruit of all
kindi is j et good
' W i
Advketibino reminds people of
tilings tney naa been wonting a
ulon, but bad forgotiea all ahet
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look
ing Glasses, and all kinds oMIpuse
J". S. HL1JBEM.
KETAIL DEAlER IN
3 i pi
o t. ' : .
LAMPS AN D LAMP FIXTURES
USE FIKIli GUODS
' ' ' ' Ot vvery draxiriptiott j
GraleN aad EnaMtrted Fraataj, Draae and Porcelain
Kelileav, f4em U ar as all KIsMis. Maaatbicsa.er af
Tla, Capaer aal lat Iraa ware, bott tor wholesale and retail
trad. Urdfs Mliuitod fruoa oumar sWUrt,: ,- - '
wipouTiio. toonia aid xxjaiiiiq son chxapit.
. MsrfneeUl Indtutmenu eCsrtd te tlUM wko will bay fall Outfit
m avue net f lag' . ;
Uu sa4 soaytreprlofs Ufan persasshig elw where.
Is Virginia tbey have a
tkortwayof dealing with' de
linquent t : offlciala. Coleman,
Secretary or the Sinking Food
Commissioners, and lately con
victed of forging entries, baa
been sentenced to the peniten
tiary for1 four yeari. &a(e
Treasurer. Mayo has been ar
rested charged with embezzle-.
: Thk. Grand Duke Alexis of
Russia has sent, to the Park of
Fruits, hear SU Louis,. 230 va
rieties of grape cuttings, gath
ered from:, all parts .'of i the
Russian Empire.! , He visited
the park ' during bis- Slav in
tb'S country j anoVthe1 cuttings
were promised at that time.; .
The Murder of Young Breckenridge.
i The Louisville Courier'Jour-
nal has. a-, lull repqrt of the
shooting of ' yOong Brecken
ridge al Lebanon, ' Tenn., last
WAk.f n4 and some compan
ions had been drinking'. daring
the day, and a Seemingly play
ful dispute sroje''' between
Breckenridge nnd John L'An
derion, son of; the :Alayor of
Lebanon, about the pos'sesslbn
of an' umbrella belonging to
BreckenVjdge, :who 'tt'sked the
party to drihh.v tVhile -they
Were eanng7overthd bar;' An
derson suddenly drew a Der
ringer pistol, and placing it) at
Breckenrldge's1 head fired the
ball penetrating' his brain.
Anderson fled' and has hot
been captured, but a' posse is
after him. 1 The tragedy is cre
ating much' exciteruent in Ken
tucky, where the family of
young Breckenridge is bo wide
ly known. : "
Kate Stoddard will be tried
this month tor the alleged
murder of Charles Goodrich.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Geo. T. Gould to Michael
Clifford. 5 66-100 acres, Brown
Zileski Company to John
Baverty, 8 60 100 acres, Madi
sontp., 1989. ,
Mr'Vyer xo OOTiqeTiyarT
by, 31 acres, Richland tp , and
also ln-lots Nos! 36, 37,38, 39
40, 47. and 35, in Allensyille,
Wm. 6tnne to J. F. and Jss.
Stoned 50 acres, Swan tp, $1,000.
tjniied States, by tresident
to Ii II H. earce,' 320 acres,
United States, by President
to Rebecca .1. Daily, 210 acres
Eagle p., .
Rebecca J. Daily to Samuel
Fickius, quit clame, 240 acres,
Eagle tp, $500.
Wm. U. Allioon to Joseph
Uanan, 480 acres, Eagle tp..
Joseph Hanan to Isaac Wi'
liam 480 adres, Eagle tp.,
John Schlotlerback to Wm
T. Moore, 1 16 ot in-Iot No. 37,
Ml. Pleasant, $400
Wm. T. Moore to Nelson
Lee, 1 16 of.i in lot No. 37, Mt.
Thomas Swepston to Nelson
Lee, in-Iot No. 36, Mt. Pleas
EUT J. i P. COATS' BLACK
THHX1D for your niCEEft
aaciTa wavtes T.nvbtr for thii
ul bMutiriili illuMrld book or Ui.
uihor1. ifcirif fir' lite ! .d?nlar.
mmmaf ttU UdUiw. n Ik. M.xlr.i Wm,
bulb lalqia. io.. . . !Va
beforo kaowa. . J)Bd lor IIIuithM firculur
mi lihrr.t l.nui. ' P. i. Uutcbia.on t Co.,
Cl6lnlU,0. ; I V v, if .i. iV.i: .
And Insect Powder
For Bats, Mioe, Jtosoes. Ants Bed
' : Bugs, Moths. 4o. '
J. F. HENBV, ClBTANdf CO.; N.Y.,
r , . , Pole Ae.lfc it t k
CIT.Q and CDII TDCV
aiw. i.i ikiai w a
pimtiTflTur.(l. Thwort r of lnnirml
UailiDK, b lining I'K HKHB.ATIi'fl CliRZ.
A boll I rnt f rrr lo II uddr.r.ing J. E lia
ai 8)4 eth kit., Ii. I.
Gatrri enrrd pcrminntl?
qnii-K, wiihout niir
1'h ouly Iru.ftii
4. I. Berrien, Michienn.
Transfers of Real Estate. NOTICE.
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE
May 1, 1874 to April 30, 1874.
.. .The L AWof Deonber Kl.lSTtreanirra eerr
pemon engaged In any Mi'ineH, ootion,J
oreminoymeru wnirn frn'm him liable M a
KPKCUfj TAX. TO PROI'I RK AWO
PIUCR COKMPKIIOUNLY 1ST
l: T AIII.IHIIM EXT Oil PLAC E OF
Hl'MINKNM a Wl AMf fronting the pay
ieritofnld8PecithTAZ Inr the Bneeial,
Tax year beginning May 1, 1874. before oom-
menoina'or gontioqiog bqaiaeta alter Apfl 30, 1
H74. . . . .Pi
THE TAXES EMBRACED WITHIN
I '. I I I . 11 j
THE PEOVIbIONB OF . THE
IA W ABQT2 QUOTED AEE '
. v THEr0LL0ra3,VIZ,i.'
Recti flera :. '. k $200 00
Dealers, letall liquor ....... ; 25 00
Dealer, wholesale liquor 100 00
Dualera ill malt liquors, wiiola-. '
ale r , 50 00
DeAlers In tnalt'llniiora, retail. 1 20 00
Dealers tu leaf tobacco 25 00
Retail dealers Iu leaf toWco 600 00
And on .ales of over $1,000,
fifty cents for every dollar
: Iu excess of $1,000. - ,
Dealers lu niuuuUctured to
bacco 5 00
Manufacturers of "tills.,.;.... 60 00
Anil for each still nia'uufac-
tureJ . . 20 00
And for each worm manu-
fitetured 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco ' 10 00
Manufacturer of clears 10 00
Pi'dilleis ot tobacco, tirst-class
more than two florae . 60 00
peddler"" of tobacco, second
clafta two hore . ... 25 00
Peddlers of tobacco, third class
one hornej. . . 15 00
PetMlers of tobacco, fourth
chi9s Ion foot or public con
veyance ... 10 00
Brewers of less than 600 bar
Brewersol 600 barrels or more. 100 00
Any peraon, ao tiithle. who ahull fail to com
ply with the foregoing requirement, will be
unjwi lo Myere pen.iilea
pay any or the Special 1W nkmeil abore
PHrnn. nAftrma in Vintnn innhnLv
man apply to b. u. Miller, Demity Collector
of Inirrual Ueeuoe. at Japkaon C. H.. ihln.
and pay. (oraod pro,-nretheape,-lalTax-lmii
or mamna iney neea. prior , may 1, 1071, and
aunuvi rum urn i-
J. W. DOUCLASS,
' CmrnUttoMr at mttrntl Imm'
Oftioi or Intkbnal ritTKKCB,
, WwaiNQToii, D. C Ftbry 18, 1874
'HprUTw ' '
Daily Meat Market
y HA VK open.
ment market in.
nil will Keep
.and nil the la.
leliea and the
riei-t mml W be
lound in the
I will aell at
fair price", and
t. fnir denlinit
hope to merit'
he p 11 Mli pat- j ((. (.
A. I.. BROWX.
576 AGUES OF LAND
Putnam County, West Va,
WITHIN 2 MILES 01 BAILE)AD
44 Miles From Mate Capital
County Road Btins Through Trace
FINE FARMING LAND WITH
PLENTY OF HON ORE.
. t . ,
WELL watered. About 25 ecrer -leered.
Good- frame- knue an ont huil'linga.
Timher poplar, waluut, oak, aoh, hickory
And locuaU -. ,
: Title Perfect.
The entire tract of one-hall will be aold
VERF l.u v. . .
ermahir. Call toon.
. Sapr 874 . B.O.JOM.
JflO PAGf P; 800 E(,HA VI NH8. und COL
ORED PLATE PubhaheJ quarterly at ti
oentaayear. Firel aumker lor 1KT4 net ir
nu 1. A German eHiiinn at eame priee.
addreaaAMhb VICE, Bocbr.ter. N-1.
ianhooa: How Lost, How Bestorsd !
' jo at pnniiaaeit. a new edi
)l'on f Dr.' CwWerwell'a
rlL5jJ M Celebntleel Em; on the
.HlXmm rwUaxi ear. (.(thoiit n,eii
O' 1 rMaToaatnt, or Seminal Weak
D , lOfOlnolery H.min.1 Loeee., lapnraaci,
i. ntal and PhyaioHl liH-aparity, lmiedlmente
Marrraxe, eu-., aiao, C"crtio., raJL.p
r, and til-, induced by aell-iudulvenca or auz
,;il eitrafarawe- ., . r
1 av"l'rire in a iwaled eorelnpe, only rente
The celebrated aulbor in Ihi. .riniinible ea
a) clearly demnnatratea from a thirty yra'
iiicrafnl pri.Ua-e, thM4he al.imi.K cne-
inhuiil tba daniterou. liar of internal nli.
tne or the epplK-atlnn of the knife; petaUai
ill a mode of 1 ure at oiKeaimple, r.rteia and
rte lual, by mean, of whlrh e.ery eaaerar,
it, miner what bi. condition may be, may
c ure himsrlf cbeai.U. erivaleH. and tdiotiy.
hi. L. hire tbvgld be in (ha hand, of
'v.ry youiD aad ee.ry maa ia the land. :
Mat. under aeai. ia a Haia enrelope. to any
dd.-aa pmtf'ii oa receipt o tixc.nli, or
Aleo U. )alrnrtl' "MArriax Goida,"
price W eenta.
Addrwutita pubUik.ra, .
CHAS.4.0 KLTNR OO
V BwW9i fcw TwTJ rw OA Bra. v9
THE BVKKBCAXrAISN BEOD9
; Ano'tlier Great Literary Sensation,
The Modem Robim onCrusoe
With 150 Beautiful Ulastrations'.:
IImih 8eHbnr A Co.. hT. tworH Sr
.rKI pablMMtioala 8CSUtMRt) HOKTH-
THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
ia wbli" not'eanlrniwltli bi old ttorlM of
'Riibiuwu CrOHO."- nd I he "Ni. F.mily
Hobuivm," the writer imderlakc. lo thou
how . parlj ol nra cmI opon mjTKl.hoa
nd desert Uland mf b? iheir cidIiIo
rawurcfw alone, wiihom lha aid of tar wrrck
lo draw upon lor tba material of li(f and
cni(ort. I s . ;
. The1(ljar Amerlpaaa who itt oi from
Rlrhmnnd. V.,ounni the a billnon.
M Julr Verne unite wi n an aeoumteti'iea
tifio knnwleiRe, an exuberance of mi.nUv
tf FASCINATED TUB WOBtDJ !
The (hMiiof the prnt .lerj arMrd.th
author the lnel ji.ornriiitjr fc'r ihe di(il;
or Km txHsun.r gut., inenorjr am be pro
itiaeiT HUHiratei, ana
ii bnuu in the April
number. - t . ' '-t
For oal bT all New Uralr or Boo !
ra Pnof M no, a Tear, 8Voentit a, number.
-. PCRHNtU ilU.,654,.Broad(t, N. I.
I . have just manu-
: itt; i '
facturcd aiid am now
t J . I 1 .
'offering attaest pri"
Cera full Steele of all
kinds of ; " ; :
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
v A full stock of Cof
fins and Eurial Cases
always on hand. "Wi
attend funerals w'M
hearse when desire.
F tltlS HOKTOIY,
Corner of High and Locust Street.
FreslTfor tne Spring Trade
WOLF, PEAR0E & CO.'S
BOILED Ai D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD, '
TU R PKNTINE
iolora Ground tn Oil.
Palutand Tarnlali Urushes,
. Also a full line ol
PLREFRESH DHLGS &CUEUICALS
Everything at the very Lowest Pri
'limar 1.74 ' ' ' '
OF ALLSIZhS OF
WRAPPING & MAN ILLA
Paper Bags, all Sizes.
' . . ' .
All ordinary aiaea constantly on
hand; ODD MZES mad to order on
CAP, LETTER and NOTE
PAPER and ENVELOPES
' A Full Supply. .:
Cash For Rags,
'Address, ' - - -
. - J
- . .- it I
hew sranra stock
IiADiEa' FANCY GOOD
Mew BtTles mt
IN ALL NEW fifrAbtS,
'Jmtml Draldi, ; 1 . : f( VI I' A
Edgtife."' ;-' 'U
, k . Trimming, , .. . , .
, 1 Mi!. Clover, v .!:t
... , Ladles F'cy Coede
.JlJ.iUi a i-i. - U I j.
. Also -e aaeorUBant or
Bleachinr, Prsssior, Bern ode infv
;.aad:sQ M . ef 5 Milflnetjr
Work don to Order ou .
slurtBotloe, , . .
than ever. ,
, .. , , . J. P. iC. A. DDNKLE, ,.t
1 Mala at MoAr'har. O.'
M a K t FACTU RER9 WJf AND'DEAiSS
ITALUy i AnilCApBLE, i
And til. Zindl'';ofv Monurnents 1 ;d
; ; Tombstones, ' '
Sprl874 'L i . K ..Li J i.1
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRANK II ELLM All, Ageni,
-. AI hieae place of baalaeaa, ' .
COBTS BLOCK. OPPOSITE TTBI05
, HOUSE. "
s Choicest' Btock.r
Spring and Summee Clothing
IVER br.uRhl lo thin marhet, embraeing
jh the latest and moat faahionabla at j lea,
eiM in accordance with the lateal niajtioaa.
When you want a nobby auit don't (all to call
on Krauk. lie alae CUT d and
Makes Garments to Ordir
anil haa a lull line or '.
II ATS AND C APS. fct).
an cioininK marnea oowa 10 the 1W
EST riUVREa. Oive n. . eall mA t will
wamttll Mti.lautioa ' . .
4anr FRANK HELLMAIf.
To aell, iirmt l eaawai.TTia QioiUHwm; ot
THK AUTH0R1TAT1Y j HISTORY
1 . OF 1BB - -
By 1. Harlem, eollnr Weatem Rural. ,eao.
Complete and reliable. Writin mf a mMra
ai a (tnwiaui nortraiia; ita. oiner-eofra-Tinga.
atThi great work If 4m tm wrim mt
mi ing bu tkomamlt .-orterina, t.rrilory, ete.t
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177 w. vii ai, Cincinnati.
VA UTIUli.- Inferior work.. men enIitfM.
are being putied . Po nol ,he imtnd on.
Mr. Herr'am'a work ia Inll.'mrteHaMr. and
endnraed by the great leaden. Am ttim
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICG ia lienhy ai.rh (hat J. H. V.
Houatnn aa ai nrniinrator nf Harah A.
l'nrriah. lece; ed, haw Rlrd heifia hlawe
ootinl. wiiii Mir1.r.tele for flnaJ aetrieaxak,
mill I ht the eeme ie ret for hearing oa the
guih day of March, inalant, alll o'elnck.A.M.
n a. "iiu, rrjDBia jnaee.
Uarch , Wi. 1 M
SCRIBNER FOR 1874.
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Muga une by the publio. enah. 01 to enter
mo ih. coming ye.j1 with the tneaneor ma.
klnv it more attractive and valuable than e.
er beiore to ita large aad inereaaing .umb. r
or reader. 00 nin .iuea 01 tne auantio. ma
aerial .tory of the year, ,
hv Misa Trafton. 1. a eharmlna lova atorr bvr
a Killed writer, whinS la. deflined I wide. ,
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beat- fhort atnrifa, by eie Holm, Brew
11 arte, and other deiigntnai toryieliera.
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illuatrauone, tlL TlUK MVMIV-
bi Meni. F. T.vicr kuo.a lot hie brilliant I
con 1 ribuiiona to lha western Pye.. will .ing v
10 aa aiimu me maaio or taexpinning wneei. f
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Fortrait. and biograi hical .ketchea ef
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and .lock raialng IB turoje, on noaenold.
do-ontiiod and furniture, beaidee mora the
a ItM illiitalMiA . r. . m..m tm r.M
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the veat Important and eipeailva aarlefor
niuatrated papr.ra aver Bod.rtak.n. by any
magaaine will be oontinoed through the year,
la the lierember Dumber we cupiplete lha
Kpera 00 Louiaiana, 1'beaexi iq order wilt
the Lone b'tar Ktate: Hie Mountain Ke
ginn. nf the itouth; The Irna Region, of Mia
ouri, Ao. Aa .'I heae, ith tiie aaaava andj
editorial diwoeaioaa ol Mtemtare, aeieoca
and art, akelohe. ol travel, occasional pnema
and elchmge, will maka np a megaaaeet.
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THE BEST IN TH Vi OELD
The tiecember nnmber(now redv)haa aa
able artiole on lha Retumptioa or Bae.ie
faymrnt, by lit Atwater, poem by brele
H arte, Mw I'onald and nthera..Tha eon.lna
atinn of the two .enal .torie., ahorter alonea,
aidendid uluetraiiona of :Kew Urlaare). tp
Pari, of Ai. encaj eto.
Kditonal. by a l.r e and able eerpa own
ten.. Topic, ol the Time bv Lr Holland, ia
which he replies to ttorre Roligiaaa Mawa
l.pera;" . laiighahls elchiog, Ate,, ita. Aa
. The H mid. a fo. of ST. XICBLA
aur.pleadid iieai lllu.trated Ma.aai. fcr
t.irl. aad Soya, lha Bneet aver la.ue.1, lll be
.eot. to JI tba Mihw-rilatra of ,bcjiba.r'a
Monthly for'wii. Alt the MoverabeAaad
heermber number, ol ft. Jichole rea( frea
la thoae who enbaerttie for bwth magaaaea.
The July aumherof ecniboer'a Moathly oa
umiag the intredwtbry artie of The (treat
booth . vent tft.uberribere I Serlhoer
who requeat It akea aiakiBg their aaaaanpe
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