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THE VINTON RECORD.
. Mcfimuic, 01110,
THURSDAY. MAY 21.1874.
i Y(a bavs ben informed that John
T. Raper, of the Vinton Record, boa
beet iadictej by thoranJ jury fur li-
be), fur publishing an anonymous torn
municatioo about Judge Du 'j ad way
receiving present froru a man
Ilamden, insiou-tiAjr aomethLg like
bribery. If Mr. I'.apor had adapted
our plan, to require the names' of
correspondents to be published,
would not- have been pcstere 1 with
such cowardly, skulking attacks upon
publio officers. We aro glad that this
matter is' to be investigated. No one
who knows Judge Du Uudwar believes
forr moment that he would accept
bribe, and to make scch a charge
an outrage that should recoivea check.
We are about tired of the Insinuations
and charges against our judges. Judge
Hastings was cruolly treated by men
in Oallipolis, and now Judge Du UuJ-
way bas been attacked all over the dis
trict Let us now have the proof, anT
see if Jackson county can not furnidb
as upright Judges as othor counties.
Jackson Standard,
Hear the immaculate Mackley
fpeakl If we had aJopleJ Lis
"plan" all would have been
serene. The trouble with iMr.
Mackley and his "plan" is that
lie observes it or nut as it suits
his other plans. No longer ago
than last campaign he publish
ed a . whole series of onony
mous communications, to which
some very respectable people
of Jackson county took excep
tions. During the campaign
which resulted in the election
of JuUge Harper he published
anonymous communications
abusive of Judge Plyleyund the
editor of this paper, at the
same time proteasing to con
duct his paper on his "plan."
Ve observe the rule which
observed by all papers in the
State that wo know of except
the Jackson Standard, and the
rule which we believe will al
ways, be observed, for editors
generally have the courage to
reject communications which
they, believe to be improper or
malicious without shielding
themselves from that responsl
bitty behind a "plan." The
name ot a responsible citizen
of Llamden accompanied the
communication upon which the
indictment was tound, and
Judge Du pad way was wel
come to it any day in the year
that he had made the proper
application.
But let us see how an editor
may run his newspaper on
"plan," and yet run it into a li
bel. Mr. Mackley republished
the articles on which we have
been Indicted, and is therefore
as much guilty as we are. True,
he comes in at this late day
and says he does not - believe
Judge Du iJadway was bribed.
We said so editorially when
the thing was fresh, six weeks
ago. . .
Bullet us go back a little
farther in the history of the
editor who runs his journal ou
a "plan." Somi four years ago
the Hon. M. L. Clark was
candidate for the nomination
lor Judge of the Supreme
Court As soon as his friends
announced his name, Mr Mack
ley without cause except that
Mr. Clark had beaten him in
Bojae lawsnits years betore,
commenced a false and abusive
war upon him.' through the
Standard and continued it eev
eral weeks, growing more and
more .abusive with each suc-
Qsive number, aatil patience
sed to be a virtue and Mr.
Clark commanded Mr. Mackley
to publish immediatelya retrac
tion aa broad anc! public at the
abase was foul. Mr. MackJey
obeyed the eummbnt immediate
ly. When we consent to degrade
ourselves by issuing bur
paper for malicious purposes,
and are then compelled
to grovel in the dust and lick
the foot of t he-man we" have
bused and prosecuted we may
consider that we have descend
ed to the level of the "plan"
adopted by Mr.Mackley, and
ready to Kiten to his suggest
ions for further debasing journalism.
' A dam .in Mill ftiver Valley
Massachusetts, ;gve way last
Haturday,- letting an immense
. volume of water on the. coun
try below,' destrbjrtng an im
mense amount ot property and
about 200 lives.
RAILROAD.
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1 'Some excitot tf nl bus existed
duiin'thb pHil two ir three
weeks on the subject of a rail
road hoci this point to Circle
ti'.hv A company has been
brganized to build a road be
tween the two points lor jome
iine, and lately a new com
pany has been organized to
build a narrow gauge railroad
from Coluwbuj ami Circle ville
to the coal fields of this sec
tion. The latter has aroused
considerable oppus'tion in Me
Arthur because it is believed
to be ihe intention of the pro
jectors to run their road near
the western line of the couuty,
making Wellslon the objective
point, and that should such
road be built it would be diffi
cult to obtain subscription for
another road.
Of the two routes talked of
there can be no question that
the Mc Arthur route will let
the people of Circleville into
the richest and most extensive
mineral fields of both coal and
iron, and there is no reason
that we can see why both com
panies should not consplidate
their energies to the one route
rather than distract public at
tention by two projects, and
thus lessen the chances of eiih
er. If the ol jectot the narrow
gauge company is to" reach
Wellston, it can be reached by
way ol McArthur with a less
number ol miles of new road to
build than by any other route
with the advautge of running
through the best coal and iron
of the county and tapping the
0, McA. & C. R. R. wiih its
forty miles of our best mineral
country. The advantage to
the people of Circleville will
be marked. To go down Salt
Creek Valley they will have
but a single considerable coa)
point Wellston, while by the
other route they have not only
Wellston but -forty to fiity
miles of coal field with over
200 proprietors,, giving them
what they want competition.
These are objects which will
not be overlooked by men who
put their money in a railroad,
and wo understand the superi
ority of the mineral and other
advantages on the upper or
McArthur route was presented
to the narrow gauge company
at their meeting at llamden,
last week in such light that
their engineer will be hre to
examine the route this week.
To Tobacco Growers.
a
The following circular has
been sent to some of the lead
ing country merchants and far
mers of this county. As the
lime for planting tobacco has
arrived, we deem it of sufficient
importance, to publish the cir
cular. ' Baltimore, May 13h, 1874.
In our April and May rirou
lt.rs we have fully explained
the critical situation of our to
bacco market caused by over
production. Our interest be
iug identical with that of the
merchant and farmer,-we deem
the subject of sufficient import
ance to issue ibis extra circular,
In order (r avert heavy losses
to all parties, concerned. . - ,
Corn and pork being. scarce
and wanted for export, while
tobacco js a drue, we advise
your farmers to plant at least
two-thirds ot their tobacco
ground in corn, which from
present prospects will yield the
best return, even ac'suming
that a small tobacco crop will
be planted.
Very respectfully.' ' ' ;
To Tobacco Growers. WM. LAMPING & CO.
to
: Forty-three ladies were ar
rested in Cincinnati, on Satur
day, for praying on the streets
the chatge being obstruction
of the same. This action will
probably lead to the enforce
ment of the law against liquor
.sellers.
jtiJt Constitutional Conven
tion completed its wortc last
Friday. We will publish the
document in a short lime, so
all may judge of. the advisabil
ity ot its adoption.
i
IsitfBNAL revenue -. receipts
for the fiscal year so far $86,
030,000. .-;-:(
Elskwherb we give what the
Jackson Standard has to say
about our libel salt. 11 ere is
what the Sciota Gazette says.
These are the only papers we
have recieved commenting up
on it at the time of going to
press :
" The Jackson Standard of the
14th inst, states that it has
been informed that Cupt. Rap
er, of the Vinton Record, bas
been indicted by the Grand
Jury for libel, for publishing
an anonvmous commnnicauon
about Judge Du Uadway re
ceiving a present from a nun
in Uam.len, insinuating some
thing like bribery If we are
correctly informed the article
complained of Mated the recep
tion , of a box by Jndge
DuFladway, whose contents
were unknown, which the cor
respondent claimed was sent to
the Judge by a man whom that
officer had a short time pre
vious pnssed sentence upon,
supposed bv some to be unnec
essarily light. And if we re
member aright, the communi
cation was followed bv some
editorial remark which ctaied
positively that he (the editor)
"had too mnch confidence in
Judge Ha Iladway, to believe
that he would receive a bribe
from any one "but proceeded
to speak deprecatinplv of Ihe
practice of men in official po
si Hons accepting presents
while officially encaged. Jut
how Judge D'l Hadwav finds
grounds for a libel suit in that
kind of an article, is morn than
we can bpp, and we fancy the
Judge will be able to carry the
full amount of Ihe damage he
will receive about his person
without any danger of being
robbed.
A Letter from a Little Girl.
WILKES VILLE, O., May 1st, 1874.
loth Editor of the Vinton Record:
lam a little girl. ten years
old, .but I hope this story
will please you. I have three
little Sebright chickens, and I
think it other little girls waul
pets that are uselul they bad
better get Sebrights. One of
mine was hunting a nest not
very long ago and she could
not find one to suit her, so she
slipped Into the kitchen and
finally flew into the cup
board and flew in the sugar
bowl; but that did not suit her,
so she got on top ot the cup
board and was going to lay
there. Then we took her down
and put her in a box, and Bhe
laid there. rVeputit outside
and the next day she came
right past the box into the
house, and ever since that they
lay nearly constantly and are
such nice pets. They are a
daily pleasure to me.
Respectfully yours, Mabel M.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Ouve A. Button to t. U.
Trimmer, part or ln-lot 191, Mc
Arthur,' $80.
John Young to Jas. B. John
son, part in lot 37, llamden,
$450.
Ephraim Robbins to Halda
J. and J. J. Smith, in-lot 128,in
E. Bobbins' Addition, llamden,
$125.
Solomon Lanlz to John W.
Wilcox, in-lol 42,Uamden,S850.
Gilbert McKibben to L. M.
Jewell, 40 acres, Madison tj.
mo.
Jas. McGillivrsy to Harmon
Loery, 4 . acres, Elk ,tp.,
$1 000. i
Jubn A. Dull to Wm. Fee,
12 acres Brown tp., 400. '
. . Wm. Fee to John A. 11 till j 12
acres. Brown tp., $700.
G. L. ,Gorslone . to Samuel
Clark, in-lots 8 and 13, Dam
den, $1,325.
Wm. B. Duncan to Jasper
Booth, 60 acres, Vinton tp,
$1000.f. ,
John Baverty to John Leary,
1 acre, Madison (p., $1.
Zileski Company to Char
lotte Osbman, in-lot 25, Ziles
ki, $240.' .
A poob colored man, who had
fought in the late Modoc war,
reached Washington, Fayette
Co., a few day ago, in a
pitiable condition, his tongue
cut out, and his entire le't side
made Useless by the many
shots and cuts be had received
from Captain Jack. He also
states that they pinned him to
the ground for five days, they
driving pegs through his wrists
and ankles, leaving him to die;
but , he succeeded in getting
one! of. his bauds loose,', and
freed hlmselt ... '
Ovlb 2,000 New York coop
ers are now on a strike. ' . ..'
NEV ADVERTISEMENTS
MAY 20th.
ffipy (Roods
IVII
C1IILLICQTIIE, 0.y
Beg to itmte attention to his large sad at
tractiie stock, oflered i lowtt
CASH PRICES.
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DOMESTICGOODS
Id Urge Jiipply.
DRESS GOODS
. of ll kmdi. ,
mack and Colored Silks
Jflohairt and tlpaccas,
Dlack& Colored Grenadines
C A II PET ING S,
i large stock ot
BRUSSELS and UTQItJUr
OIL CLOTHS,
Mattings &Window Shades
R. B. SMART.
Belt's PatentSheet Iron
ROOFING !
'PHIS HOOFING for ChenpnrM and
I I'DKAHIhll V, f-IMHMOH l of hrpIk-k-lion
with it FIKRi WIND WATER
FKi'OK qmlilie", h no miI in th market.
For circular" Rod other Inrnrmut nn. aidresa
W. 8. BELT,
No. 50 and 6 Et Third l , Cinomntti.O.
m r mm
XJU JL
3 SCHOOL TEACHERS W.WTtD
in ravh county tor the spring and unmmer.
150 per month, frml for circular n
lull parlinrlari. ZIEULEH A AloCUKLiY,
Cidciddiiii, O.
THE LAST SF.W BOOK Ol'T.
The auuiret i hII impnrtant.-yet piiEili n
one. it repletinhex the goTprnmnl ireAXirr
niiil lmpoferihr Ihe people; makea the rich
poor end Ihe poor rich; make fool ol wine
men, exhauni ihe widnin lefi'lnlion
makea men run mad and women leel ead.
Theeriia-wlc h.ia hexun; on to victory. Men
or women wanted tn c iqh every town Ad
me HENUT Hi'WE, Chicago, III.
WILD LIFf fS'WSt.
AGENTN WAHiED everywhere for Ihir
new an I heaiitilully illustrated book of Ihe
author'! thlnr years' life nnd adventures
mon( ihe Indians, in Ihe Me;li-an Ware,
hiinin.u wi'd animal", o.. Ao. rriij m
totaling, and aellin fut-ler than snythmif ever
belore known. Send lor lllu'i rated circular
and liberal terms, f. A. Uutchinson A Co.,
Cin'-innail, i).
BUT J. & P. COATS' BLACK
THREAD for your MACHINK
CD FLORENCE CD
T Lothj-tonlfUtl Suit Ih4
FLORENCE SEW NO MACHINE CQ.
against the Singer, Wheeler A Wilnon
and Grover i Baker Cos , involving over
$250,000,
It A.wf dtcidti bf Iht
Spmt Cxmrl o iht t niiM So!
in favor olt'-e FLOKKSil'C, which alone
ba Urokrn Uu oojK(n Uijk Prt m.
the new Florence
It lit ml) MaaAtM Ikal wm enctinird andor
mrii or la right e d left.
implatt Imped- Veil
Sold ro I'h Om.t. Trcm, Titus TO
XIHS and DEALERS.
Aprtt 1874. flurtHce, Mate.
- - y :jm ram oem aniujaction CO 14
Hf.Upiiulfor ana r.di, sad it Ou beet nj all to
mil. likt'e it ai 'Dvm-tie" maernl U soar foam.
PT'l ft DOMESTIC S. U. CO., An. York.
on
Raters en red beroianentlv.
cheap, qiiii-k, witnniit enf-
ennx. 1 he only true an
(dole, H G. Arm-lronir.
M. V., Berrien, Michigan.
pSTCOMNCT. OB POUL CHARMINO"
J How eitheraex mav rn-ci ale and goln
he love and eflei-tmr.a of any peraon Ihey
choose, inioilv Thia simple menial so
qaiiement all can poaaeaa, free by mail lor J
eenta; together With a Marnana -nide,EKypt-ian
Ora-le, rtream., hints to ladies A oncer
book liaj.liou eold AJ"re-a T WILLIAM A
CO Pubhahere, Philnlrlphia. '
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C. It, ALLEM, oBara his surplus stock of
CHOICE ( MIXED GLAICLAS
st wholeanle fur 13 par 100, tat per IJuu.
Send for eautlojiua s,
Addreaj C. L. AIXEN QaeaaN T.
.PORTABLE-
SOHA FOUNTAINS
$40, $S0,$73ANO $100.
Good, Duribf ind Cheap.
BH1PFED REAM rORliaS.
Manufacture J by
J: W. CHAPMAN $s Co., Maui
on, Ind.
. aXaTBeod fpr a eMalogue. afai
NEW FIRM.
The undersigned having formed a co-partnership
under tha firm asm of
McOOMMON & EVANsi
Call iht attention of the publio to their full
slock of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
fesl Guard und OperaChatnt
Solid Sliver and PlatedVTare
Lasaraa anal MerrU' IanrTw4 Swacla
cleat
FINE CUTLERi GOLD PENB, AO., '
And every thin kept in a
FIEST CLASS JEVEIEY STOKE.
Wedding rings and hair jewelry made to or
der. Kepa-ring of watches, clocks, and iswelry
specially.
No charge for engraving goodi bought ft
their store.
For correct time take it from their chrono
meter Ihe only one in the city.
Neit Door to Warner Home, 56
Faint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. MeCOIUMON,
W.K.EVANS.
7mjl874
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
vpTICK Is hereby le that Richsrsh
ll leweil, guardian or Charles L. Kamy, a
minor, has filed his ao tount hereiu for partial
settlement, and that the same is set for hear
ing on the 8 th day of May, A. 1. I8, nt 10
o'clock, A.M. H.B M'YO,
froblte Judue.
May 7, 1874. - 41
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is herehr given that Reniamin
Rron,as guaidian ot .mhn N. and Mary
Ann Han, minora. Im- Hind hi account here;
in for partial settlement; and that the samn is
set for hearing on the With day nl Mav 1871, al
1U o'clock, A. M. II R MAVu,
i Probate Judge.
May 7. 18 4 U
Road Notice.
VTOTICE ia hereby gifen that a petition will
1 1 he presented to the Commissioners of
Vinton lount, Ohio, si their neit session, to
be ht-ld on the rlrr-t Mondav ol June, A. I.
1H74 iiraying lor thi alleiatinn of thei-ounly
toad lead idm horn Me rthur lo Zalsski, Ohio;
st Henry Hirnld'e mill, in tlk township,
Vinion if'iipt) , Ohio, esid (Iteration to be aa
follnwe: beglning in said county road at a
point in from of Isaac l-hry's dwelling hoo,
llieote. running a nonheastrJr direction
ahut parallel oith I lie Mi rietta A llncinnali
Kailroad.untilraid line intereects the old road
bed In the lands ol lesacehry; ihenceinanor
therly durclic n lo theaniith.raatcomrrollhe
lands of Hi lden Iripp, thence in a north east
erly direction lo a point near the tenter of Ihe
north-eaet quarter of the nonhen quarter
of rectiun thirteen, (IS) lown-hip eleven. (II)
ratine stventeen, (17) thence in a northerly
direction on th nearest and heat route to in
teiecl the raid Hate load, leading irom Mc
Arthur to Zaieaki, t'hio, al a point about eight
rod west of the hruaein which John Herrold
now resides, i nd there lo end, and kir theva
caiicn of that psrt of aairt county road, now
leading Irom Vinion Malion In aaid Mate
road lyma belaeen Ihe point where said al
teration liegina and Ihe said tlate road from
AiCAillitir 10 Znleeki.Oho.
BOLUtN '1R1PP, Petitioner.
April 23, 1874. tw ;
Cottage Color Faints,
1.00 to lOperOaUln. '
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
'iioovo II Oil, - - - - - SOepergal.
UQUID SLATE BOO! PAIUT,
Fiai Pauoa ------ SI. 39 par gal.
PATENT PETROLEUM LINSCEO OIL,
Works In all Paints as Boiled Linseed, only
Wj. per gal.
MACHINERY OILS,
E 8 KELLET K PATENT 8PEM OIL.11.00
ENGINE OIL, ------- 76
PILTEHbiU ROCK LCBRICAT1NOOIL, 0
Hend for cards of colors aid circulars. ,
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,
Sola Agent",
' m MAIDEN LANE, BEVY TURK.
13aprlS74
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE gives a petition
be presented lo the Commissioners ot Vio.
tun Lbuuty. tihio, at their oeit session to be
held on the hint Monday of June. A. l. 174,
praying for the location of a County road along
the lollnatng described route, to wit: Begin
uing at the north end of Out -lot Alley in the
own m mt-annnr vinion voanty, unio, and
which aaid point la on the quarter section line
ofreetion twentt-one.(il) township eleven,(ll)
raDge se enteen. U7) and seven and fifty huo-dreth-
(7 6t) chains went of Ike east set-uoa
line of said section, and running thence east
on Mild quarter section line across section
twenty one (HI) and siclion twenty-two (ij)
to a pvin. at or sear s small ravins, and cure,
ing id a oulh-ealeily direction along the
bask, and again carving thence tn a north
easterly l irectioa back to said Quartet sectioa
line, and continuing on said line to the center
of the contity road, at or near the center of
sot-lion iweniytwo, township eleven, (11)
rang seventeen, (17) as aforesaid, and there
to cod. MANT PETITIONBKB.
; April 80, 1(74. Aw
; GKEAT EEDUCIION
' ' . In priceifor therpHagOf m4. : .
PEACH TREES
A BPECIALTT, ' 1
Cherry.Apple and Pear Trees
QUINCE, CURRANT, RABPBERRT AND
i , , OOOSEBERRT BCPgES.
libtibarb aud Asparagus Roots
GRAPE VINES, 1 and I veers old. all Iba
leading varieties by the hundred or thousand
al lowed wholesale rates.
(XAfeR t.RANOK by the hundred or then,
sand Will be sold very low by the largo
quantities. . 7 .. : , . "
BOSBSI BOSB8I
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A large and Ins assortment oa band, aad a
' ; "'; i, i oefc t ; v i . ' ;
GreeslioTji:; and,jBsddn - Flanti,
, J t 'For sal eeryoheepy, ,-j: ;.-
-AT-Now Is fiie tiinrtb.bnliff ynnr hemes
at very email cost. WM. I cK&LLAR.
fcoeewreve Nursery, CtaUlioolBe0. Maa
HERE
ffATATAV
1 . afc'
I Lave just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest f ri'
ces a lull stock of all
kinds of
FURNITUnE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line. .
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. ; ,Wi
attend funerals w'J
hearse when desire
PARIS IIORTOIV,
Corner of High tod Looust StreeU
MCARTHUR, O.
TmarleT.
Fresh for the Spring Trade
AT' . '
WOLF, PEAROE & C0,'S
BOILED A! D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED LEAD,
GRAINING OLORS,
TURPENTINE
TARNISHES, '
Color Ground in OU.
Faint and Tarnish Brushes,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line of '
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PURE FRESH DBLGS &CIIEMIGALS
Dye Stuffi,
Stationery,
! ., :. ! Notion, Etc.
Everything at the very Lowest Pri
ce. WOLF.PEAECE&CO,
Wmar 1874
INGli AM BRO'S
K1EP CONSTANTLY Oti H AND A ' ;
FULL SUPPLY
' or all sues of
WRAPPING & MANILLA
Paper Bags, all Sizes.
CARPET
PAPIER
-AND- ' ' '
BUILDING
, -AND- ;
ROOFING PAPER!
NEWS PAPER
All ordinary aun constantly on
bund; ODD SIZES made to order on
abort notice.' '
CAP. LETTER and NOTe"
PAPEB and ENVELOPES
' ". A Full Supply, ' '
Cash For Rags.
Addrew,'--' : ' .!' . : r-
' ISGHAM & BEOS.
'' 1 ChOUsotho. Ohlow -
TEA.
AO i N l S WANTED.'
TIA AHENTe wanted in town anil country to
sail TEA, Or jn up dub orders, for thr-lsr.
(cat Tsa Company in. Amrric. lmpntirrs'
prices and Inducama ats to scuts, h.nd for
circular. Address, KdBKRT WELLrl, W
Teaey Sk.-M. T P. O Boi l9H7 r
'TACArieka Vwirn, Henry Ward Beecher,
Kditnr, ot Dot Mth last, says; "Partes wish.
Inglo fat ur Plohs, and ail who can get or.
ders for tea, atsntM write him for a clp-ular
em TVt Wetkbj TrU, of 8ep . Sd, says:
"All GraojpM' shouW wnta Bobt. Veils lor
ejrcnl -r "
TsSms,or8ept.M.,Msi "Bobt,.Wella it
thorougnly reliahle." Ji,pr
" B. T.' BABBITT'S
Pure . Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,;
Of douala the stresgtho any other '
S APOK 1FTIKQ SCBSTAHCE.
f bar recently perfected a new method of
riachint; ray Pteah or Lre.ad am aow pack.
n it only in halls, the eosttnf of hih will
saponlfT, Md doaa not Inllire ihe soap, . It is
Koked ra boxes eonlalninx M and 4nn Ik
l. na!P4'?Jf her. wsy. Directions In
Kngllsh and barman tor making hard and
soit soap with this tPotesh svomnm mi
'f-, ' ''B.T.'BABBITTj '
NOWINNCIIOtQUIMHE
is a effectual a rtmedv
FOR FEVER & AGUE
a the Salphata In lbs same doses, while It fsett
ike) heme! leas, ia mors pejatabtaand asaeA oaesawr.
Send tor descriptive areolar with TrtHmemtmU
iAawie4M from ail parta al the eoantry.
tie Sam nle Aackamtor trial. Mranta. -
prepared tj BIMJMiB, VUArr mvu
taring CbemUU, Boston, Mm.
$25:
A DAY GUARANTEED patag
WELL AUGER 4 DRILL la gaatl
tarrltary. Eadorsad by Oaaaeait
fKW AR KANSAS A DAKOTA
BMalAfUtr.1. V.0ILIg,8lLall,IC, t
NEW SPRING STOCK
OF
MILLINERY
AND '
LADIES' TANOY GOODS,
Kcw Stjlei of
H AT S, B 0 ISllSl E T S i R I B BO isi S
, IN ALL KEW. SHADES, s r,
Jute Bralde, i . . : ..;
Embroideries,
Edglufi, . -n
. . v ... . . ; :. v v . " i sJ
Trimmings,
Lacci, " ; '
, Glove, ....
. ; FCJ CJoodi
Jewelry, '
Corieti, Etc. '
.Alto A Urge Aisortaentjof ) A
Gentlemen's JTecktles.
.'( t
Bleachirjp, Pressing, Bern ode ing,
and all kinds of Millinery
wore aone 10 uraer on '
shirt Notice,
Give hi a call. We will sel1 lower
than ever.
- J. P. & C. A. DUN'Kli ,
' Main at MoArthu 0.' "
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING-
FRaTvH UELLMAIf, AfCBl,
At his ne '1hcs ofbuslnaas.
OOEI'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOH
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTIIE,
HAS TBI
Choicest Stock
, or t . .
Spring and Summer Clothing
IVER breught lo this msrkel, embracing
LkII ihe lutt-st and most iHshionabla atylaar
cui in acooManee with tho latest faahions. '
When you wsntsuol.hr suit dou't fcil to osll
on Krauk. UeslwCUissad
Makes Oaumknts :to Order 1
'" ' and has a fuil lins of ' ' ,"
Gents' Underwear
II AT8 AND CAPS, &C.
All clnthlna msrked down to the LOW.
E8TriOVKS. QiTsmssaHll.nJ I will
warrnnt aatl.ractlon ' ''
pr FRANK BELLMAN.
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, dirret to (mntart,Tai GsorjND.it,t;sr
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
OP J H ffi
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By .1. Periam, editor Western Rural, Chicago.
Complete snd rellshle. Written aa It January,
1874. a orivinsl iiortrsits; list other engra
ving. I'hi" great work IS lew is priee ssd
erf ing bg thoraamdt, ror terms, territory, el.i.,
a.lHrexs K. HArNAFirtli A CO., Pubiishcrs,
177 W. 4th st, Cmeinnsli.
CA VI'ION. Inferior worlrs, mere cempiletiene,
are lemg iit.rd. Po not l.e ini'fi.d on.
Mr. Perr'sm'a work is loll. tutborilnUn. and
endorsed by the great les.lcrs. Asa. eiktr it.
Scribner's Monthly,
THE HVItAKa CAMPAIGN BEOUJC '
Another Great Literarj Sensation,
The Modern Robin; onCrusoe
With 150 Beautiful Illustrations.
Messra Horibner A Co., hnte secured for "
serial publication in SCRIJN-EK'S MOXTU- i
LY, M. JulM Verne's latest story,
'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND' ,
in which, not content with the old stories of '
" Robinson Crusoe" snd the '(wits Family '
how a party ol .men cast opnn a mysleriona
.n. urpvi. ii.ii.hu ,itc uf inoT scisnuno
. -.....r "v, wniiuii, ins nn, o, rut wrecK
to draw upon' for the materials of life and '
oemfort.
The party are Americans who set out front
Richmond Va.,aurtng the siege, ir abillnnn.
M JlllAtt V.M. linilu mm. . t
... .... u i r. . n ii mjnmiv wirn
lino knowledge , an exuberanaa of- inteoUra
genius that baa -
FASCINATED THE WORLD.
Th. lkM. &l II.. J.' 1 J . . . .
... 'cui" i uiv prpiwn siory amrdstha
author the rjnest opponuntly for the display
... .... , j n. nory will tie pro-
fnselyiutratdi, and t a begun in Iba April
number. .
, , For sale hy all News l'ealers or BoorsslU
"Rrn?'N!Va W-lL "nt- .mhar.
.a1
2 r,viCK'S:-i
FLORAL GUIDE . I
' For 1874. ' '-"J
OBEI. PLATE Published aoarterrw at ja ,
eentsayesr. Firat Rumberturmt'betir-:
aue-i. A Gernisn edmcnat feme price.
Address JAMBS Tit X, Rochester, H. T.
A LECTURE
TO TOUNQ MEK.
Jort pnblhhed, In a Ssalsd InTslspo. Pries i sis
....... wm i u xismra. Trsatassai
an I Radical Core of Spsnaatorrfcosa, ar Bnaia.
,'sry aitssioas, eVxaal
Deli t. aLd Isinuliai..,. u
al'y NerroiisnsM, Coasuaiplloa, Sytlspsy sad
Fits! Mntftl mnA Pl...lkl i i.l ' -V'...
- - "- .- i aiicviiw:,,, resainaar
from HlLihnu. A. u- bi.b . V... w
WILL, M. B., An bar of thc-Oreni Book o.-
. - , ' 'r w" ""or, ia 'ai.aaoiirsbla
Lectnre, oWarry pmes froai kts awa scaertsaoa
tbst tbe awful onasMiasaMa ofaslf-slaM aisy
ta snsetoslly rsaimd wltaoat msdlclM; sad
wlthoa daageroas snraieal apteialioaa, feoaiias.
Insinimenu, rlfga, or aardlaki. polailna ill ,
od of enra It unee ssrtsln, .flsetnM, by whleh
ersry saffsrer, aa aial sr what kis aundltloa
asaj bs. aiR sars klmsrlf chesply, and DliTaltT
anywrtlcally.- Uc.t,re I II an,,. &
Ihoasands and thousand..
Beati .bom sssl, to any adar; la a plain s,M
ensslopa, trflpt ot sli cats, or two tMietSi
' Attdrat lb aaMleftera, : . I! : .1 ..
i 1 lem, fw leak, Beat (iakr 4,
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