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THE VINTON RECORD.
i&i o a u r ii u k , o u i oS:
TOtrnSDAY.SKPT. 17.1974.
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tiat c a t. tv
Tbe Vinton Record newspaper and
jub offioe is Tor tale eta bargain to a
cash buyer. Apply to or address
' ' JOHN T. RAPKR, MoArthur, 0,
REPUBLICAN
COUNTY CONVENTION,
The Republican voters ol
Vinton county are notified to
meet at their respective placet
oi holding elections on Satur
day, September 19th at
4 o'clock V. M. to select dele
gates to attend the Convention
at the
COURT HOUSE,
IN '
VI c ARTHUR,
ON
Wednesday, September 23,
AT ll O'CLOCK,
for the purpose of selecting
candidates for. the lollowing
aunty officers: Sheriff, Treas
urer t Recorder, Commissioner
Coroner; 3 Infirmary Directors,
one for 1 year, one for 2 years,
one for three years. Tbe town
ships will be entitled to dele
fates as follows, being 1 for ev
ery 25 votes cast for E. F.
Noyes, for Governor, last fall:
Brown, 3; Clinton, 5; Eagle, 2;
Elk, 8; Harrison, 2; Jackson, 4;
Knox, 2; Madison, 5; Richland,
5; Swan, 5; Vinton, 1; Wilkes
ville, 6.
The ,tpwnhip meetings will
also designate persons to the
Convention to act as members
of the Central Committee, in
the proportion of one member
from each township, and one
additional member for every
100 votes or fraction greater
than 50 cast lor E. F. Noyes,
for Qovernor, last fall. The fol
lowing is the number of mem
bers to which each township is
entitled: Brown, 2; Clinton, 2;
Eagle, 2; Elk 3; Harrison, 2;
Jackson, 2j Knox, 2; Madisop,
8; Richland, 2; Swan, 3 Vin
ton, lWilkesville, 3.
The County Convention will
also select 5 members ot the
Executive Committee.
All persons who are in tavor
of lifting Vinton county out of
debt, and maintaining her cred
it oil a par with that of proper
ly managed counties, are invit
ed to act with UBin an effort to
bring about a reform in tbe fi
nancial management of tbe
county. ' '
The sternly increase ot taxa
tion, together with the steady
increase of county debt repre
sented by unpaid and depreci
aed 'couat'y orders, demand
that : the taxpayers take the
management of the countyont
ot the bands cf tbe ring which
has brought about this nnfor
tonate state of affairs, and
elect men to offioe who are in
sympathy with the people
rather than with the ring.
By order of Rep.'Ex. Com.
COUNTY CONVENTION, JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y.
The temperance plank of the
Republwtan platform will com
mend i tetS If to men of common
sense all over the State.)
''The above appeard in the
Cincinnati Gazette last Thurs
day. It is exceedingly strange
how some people can stultify
themselves. It has not been
two weeks 6ince the Gazette
was vehemently advocating
the anti-temperance plank of
the Democratic platlorm, ex
actly the reverse of the tem
perance plank of the Repub
lican platform."
We clip the above from the
Jackson Standard, and as the
Recobd occupied tbe same po
sition as the Gazette in the
late contest and expects to ad
vocate the election of the Re
publican State ticket and an
endorsement of the temper
ance plank of. the Republican
platform, we feel called upon
to reply.. Our: reader's '.well
know that we : advocated ' tbe
license clause of the proposed
constitution because it gave
to the Legislature a power of
restraining the eils of intem
perance which it would ' not
have possseied under tbe re
TSree' claase. la doing soil
f w as "VTA a'rter ' 61 egret to "us
ihal we were compelled to ar
ray ourselves against a -'large
p rtion of the j temperance
people of our y county ita
o lie, tut we couici not assume
my other poeilion honestly,
i nl preferred to advocate that
which Whs right' ' and! would
conduce to the best interests
of the people, , notwithstand
ing it might be unpopular.
We have no apologies to pre
sent for tbe position we then
assumed, and under like cir
cumstances would advocate
the same measure; but when a
political party, under whatever
name it may be known, be it
Republican or Democrat, in
convention, asssembled, asks
us to advocate any measure
license or anything else and
proclaims in its arguments
pending the resolution, that all
the little cross roads grog shop
keepers are members of its
party, and this resolution is in
tended to encourage, protect,
increase, and, multiply them,
i( is quite another thing, and
it is time temperance men were
arraying themselves ; on ; the
other side. . We are (or that
measure and that party which
will restrain. t intemperance,
and against that one . which
proclaims its intention to in
crease and encourage.
The clause upon this subject
gotten up by the late Consti
tutional convention was ' in
tended to, and did deceive the
people upon the issues pre
sented. The action of the two
conventions has no such un
certain ring. Temperance peo
ple everwhere- are fallyig into
line with the Republican party.
The committee of fifteen, ap
pointed by the State Temper
ance convention some two
months since to call a convert
lion of temperance people to
put in nomination a State tern
perance 'ticket, bas issued an
address advising Ml . temper
ance people to vote the Re
publican ticket. The commit
tee was compossed about
equally of both pblitical par
ties, but the address is its unan
imous action, and the first name
signed to it is lion. 0. W. Row
laud, heretofore one of the
firmest and ablest among the
Democracy of Hamilton coun
ty. There is no doubt 'there
are thousands of . Democrats
all over the State who will take
the advise of Mr. Rowland and
the committee; on the other
hand, there is no doubt as
where tbe cross-roads dogger
ies may be? found in this con
test. :
Tub Democrats . continue to
pass resolutions against "uiiied
acli.iola." As the Democratic
State Conventions ot ludiana,
Ohio and Tennsylvaniii lollow
the lead ot the "white man's
party" in the South In raising
this lahe issue, let us see what
their candidate lor tbe Trebi
dency said ou the subject dur
ing tbe canvass. 'In a speech
made to the colored people al
fougnkeepsie, JNew lork, in
July, 1872, Horace ' Greeley
Bald: . . v y .. ; , .
4,1 trust the day is not far dis
tant When their (the black
men's) common Tights to any
public conveyance, and in pub
lic meetings and institutions,
will bq recognized, as they were
not recognized oi old, and as
they were not recognized ol old,
and as thev are imperlectly re
cognized still. I hope the time
will'coine when our education
al inatiiuiioiiB and seminaries
will be open to men of all
races, with a 'freedom, with a
hospitality, which- Las 'never
yet bten enjoyed. 1 trust the
time will come when no man's
color will exclude' him Irora
any church or any religious 6r
gau.'zation whatever. So,then,
I say with regard to our com
mon schools, where a rural dis
trict contains but tvoenty-five'or
thirty fumiUeii u ts simply im
possible, where two or three of
those are colored, to nave eepar-
rate schools. And in those cases
to say they shall not have any
school' whatever. ' ' '
We do not knowbf any one,
colored or white, who proposes
to have "nVrxed schools" where
any other method is practica
ble. There is.no such irBue
da era. a a
e by tbe Kepublicans; and
the Democrats, by their Uemi,
gogaisb appeals to race preju
dices, nud by . their rwaniiesia-1
. , 1 . k
l.nS V , U.re tu
ciuied .eopk la lguorance.
are doing rnoretnaoihey are
aware of to arouse iand
s'trengthen.' the advocates' of
pqqal rifchts and exact justice
for t!(. - in a word trie Jjemoc
racy, are ajtain marchineon in
e?itabe defeat by fnining
tfauds with : 'toe1 "while man's
oarty " of hp. gou.tl yvjicfee
"white leagues'' are but the Km
kjux order in another form,aad
who show a .determination' to
trample under. loot, 're enslave
or crush out ,the freedmen to
whom , tbe Republican, party
has given liberty, with a pledge
to maintain .their rights ..,,.
NEW ADVERTIS4EMENTS
SEPTEMBER 14, 1874.
I'
Bvy Goods
HAS RECEIVED FOB , .
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PALL SALES'
CaBsimeres, Satinetts, Jeans,
Water prool Cloths, Cast n1
Flan els, WoI FlavneXs,
New Calicoes, Blck Al
. pacas, Black Silks. -
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. A NEW A380RTM ET OF .
..it . : . '..e ' ''
HAMBURG - EMBE0IDE2IE8,
J-i- 1 -!!
Rhing Leather Belts,
IID GLOVES.GEEM ANTO'5 YAIH
OfTartd . at Loweit Cnh Priosi.
" It. B. SMART.'
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SHERIFF'S PRQCLAMATIDN.
ii ii -!.-', BHEBt'K'S ORFICB,) '
VlMTON COOMTI. 0"'"i
y , September 17, B7 ll
To Of Qwxllfitd Vm of Vinlo Comtf, Ohi t . .
WHEREAS, by the law of Ohio regulatih,
eleotiona. il ia reauirrd of the Sherirt o
hie county to gire notice before the time of
-oiinnu an election oy piociamaiion mrounn
out the county of the time on. nloh aucb
election nau oe noiaen:
In purauaoee of auch requisition, J,
GK.ORUB. KALER, Sheriff of Vinton County,
Ohio, do hereby proclaim and make known
mat tne
Seoonrl Tuesday In Ootober, 1874,
(Bffl'O THBiaihDATOFBAID MOUTH,)
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I by the Constitution And law ot Ohio, att
pointed the dm on which the qualified elect
or! Ot Vinton County are notified to meet in
their reerMatite townHhlpa, at their uenal or
proper olaoea of holilini eiecilona. between
the houra of I o'olook in the forenoon
o'clock in the afternoon of aaid day, and then
and there to rote bj ballot for tbe lollowing
emcere, to wit; -
STATE OFFICERS, '
One flaorefary of State, ti,,.w,.. i
One Clerk of the Binreme OrArrr.
TwoJudgea of t(i Bupreme Court, one for
I ons term ana one lorenori term.'
One Oommiaalener 6f Common Schoolsi tor
the stale of onto. ,. . , v - , J .
DISTRICT OfFICER,. ;
One Renreaeotatire to ConErea fb r the Eler
f nth Oonareeiiional Pialrrcteompoaedol Iht
countieeot vinton, nooaing jacKaoa,,ual
lia, Lawrence and Orloto. 1
COUNTY OFFICERS.
One Sheriff, "
On Treaaurer, , ,'...,,!
One Rei-order, 1 ' 1 ' 1 '
One Commmsioner, . , i, ,,
On Coroner. '
Three Infirmary Pirectora, one for on year,
one for two year, one for three year,' tot
Vinton county.
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AyPOBTIOHMIHT 01, JUOEa,
The tniaieo of th eareml townahip
in aaid county are nereny notinei tnai tne
following lurnhtr of, juror r apportioned
to their tewnehiba reapertiTelr. and that they
are reqmre.1 tqaelect the .aid m.mber aad
make re tun thereot to the Court of Corftmoo
Plea, together witb the pol book:
Elk.. '.'...... '..'.,2t Swan
KHjrle ....v;:8 CHnton.'.
i.t'.W
Wllbaanllla 10 Vlnlnn . A
V-w I ' ( t..l. -11
Kno
KiiJiUrrd.
Uarrlson
i.13 MadMoat.t'.'.iJS
..6 Brown .....9
WITNESS, my hand, at hit office, in Mo-
Arthur, tbie aoih dy r netemDer, t7, 5 -f
UWaVC HALtH,
. Sheritlqf Vibton Uouatf.i
September IT, 1874. " Sir
ROBT.B.SMART
ELECTION
Notice.
TfrHwFN "WFTUNO er,ririain In
Moelana rV'rifor and Swefl.nd f
MlniiMM 11 m K Q lata nf Mi..Hl. will
rmHrt "ht John (Vintlertr of Ihe-oonntT
orVln.no. in the'tcU n'ntln. 1M. r. lh57lh
A4 mr inni,.;P W4. l. nta rtefiMon in
the TonH "rCmmiii PU wilhm "d fnr4h.
crmtr e'Trnfonl m tain 9iv.f nhtn, (cwntut
tald werren w'In, aid B H-iyind
loelfj ll-nd reMatlaWrfn.l 0. w.
rteeeaaed. ,and Anseline Bwelland a
widow of .fool ?. Rwattawd. derwvaed. and aa
.nmi.i.i.'n , ni whip, .nn n . j , ' " f- ,
Herendania. aHiht witti'llMit IWnM Iwl'fll.
ffwllamt, rteoeaaerf, while in v.ti life, and the
eaid Vtnrelln PllnH biv thdr) hla . aiw
ne a rnorir M the id John Pai-che-fT
nnm-inta 971 271 and ST in 1ka Tillage of
M-arthnr, Vinton eonntT, Ohio; alo. on 'b-Io
STa and! mnch off f the aoeith aid rf avfr
97aa will eorrenond wilh the aonfh'Hn of
Hha araTeyarrl.hfmfabont K f aaid lot VTItih
tne Mm. mor or iea, aaio 101a neinf annwn
aa' RwetlanH' Ptahla- iU.'i te, eenye he-
parmencoi vn witn a per eeot. inreree. ac
eordine to a c'n note, re'erred -l In aald
norg, and' that .Itv-e h airi . of aaid
trior reM that f. nw"nd ,ha de
partM thia lifef frnif the aaid Ann re r el
lend iadmimarlr'x""JieaadJoeJf net
lod 1 dee-eeeif.iamd that fhe'aaM WaVran
Rweiland, ll( lndr and Jnel f Pwett
land aeehefra at lw tilth ml wl'rt eirmi.
land, rfcea'd. and that the. aaid Warner O.
Jonea elalma lo haa an lneeertW Ihd rwa'ai.
te ffeeenhed la) a-i pftirion hy a certain
mnrrvere dned pfor tn tnefmortene'e opin
H aed',wra"1i'har-nn-t naar'.aorMtie
fimntt.i nn fh nlwiMff, nfl if (ft nmf hm
the rnrtrl ihsit -ril wmii m.T K krA f
I jmW. ", nWTTir. FH1 ''" , r--TfTl"A. Jl
l jnn h ordered to..tfhnh hi. -.amort.
I ttiffiZS&Z&'l
'' ,im2rjM o? i
inaawjriywhtfrethi:,
aaford-T alr rh M a Y .irtober. K TiWi
, ; r.e4 Se.be, rllfrsJ?
y lH.w.co.TAr,bi.Aom.r.
i
land, i
I I
YOfJ f hrehS4od thft if" SeVleri
herwea-ioq, H W Ike Corr nieioiem
Vinton renaiy, Oni rVilliam) rv- " H
olh.ra Ikvlthmr pitio for a touniy 4 af
loilo Jren rait inlhe.enirfrif
coi-nie road feed ink iUohwUh3 fiolefV
dwelling bailee alrl3rouV wl ol Mid
noun, in Elk towthip of Vinton county,
hio, theoe ruunn north-etrly direo.
tlon the oenr,t-nrbet route rhroDKtl the
land of Mid Winternud Mart Richmond to
PHI tt nekr thoottvweljrrer of C,
W Wlfk rrte.h-aWab eaeierrV dlw
Tit. wolf and now oojpied by him, 'and. In
ranaa oi uiimne, w-t m
Water Ulll-of .!! Oman
land of Glm, W-1 Co,, oulh oflh
nair vill'ol (iirurmni-wura ' i o.i ni
Hone lbs noulh line r land pfwd t7 Henri
MU Wilton tod inlirclmij th Jackftorwid
MoATthurrutd tt ftotJihouUM lft- ih
of the aoutn line of li corporie limit of the
town of MrArthur f luad Elkwwl il
Vinton eountj, OhioWd there to end.
'. Thai viire ent unJvef'viea'nej')inrt
4 by Mid cornmttionert end the! Mid
ieri ert ureyr wBl. meet fc the ililtlAl
poiotol eeidroad irtltionvd for, on theailih
ditjroruotnfctr, a. .iaiVt10 owtookr A M.
toenteron lhedlohir)(eof their dutife. .
, fmled inil7(nIdtnr!entmrwl874.i
' I WlIUAM r. FELToN,
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ONEVIILLIOM ACRES :
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Splendii-Hicliigaii' Xanda
i i i A FOR ' SALE. -,; ''-
Th OiW toifidt d Mi SUrmd he bjen
Bmahed SUO fame lung, nd He entire Imad
grant eatnefll ; ,,, t,rl; J; ;( utr
la FarmlnI.nd te Actual Hettlera, for
l4idoale er vonie, i , . i
SPECIAL , BARGAINS ,. fori I874.
100,000 acre ' ,tl ZLh
aui aV irU timbered, makina Ihe wl
kind of torroK, - Hlronx eoiie proouo-
ing or I Bam IT rwhed ojr rmi or wuer.
Goad U orteh. Bailroad juna thiongh the
grant: Mmhigadl one Mlheaa1We6aiand
not proaperoua Htnt6 in the Weat. It
Mfeofc are mmutti. ai HrwnciM atrding
No I. No difficulty in traneportatlon. Hew
and prosperity are In it border, iaada Iron,
14 to In per acre. Time eiirlli-lent. Interest
7peW. ,, ,.,WM.A.IIOWAHPy,
Lanii rommiaaioarr -jrtui iwii'bi wmi.
P. R, PJEBOB, 8(8U l-and, epartoient. a I
!1t.
C. J. BHUNGHUEST,
PHOTOaiLtlPHEii,
!i wid dearer ii an' kiriai' of '' ''' '
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PICTURES,
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LOiVESX , JIATES.
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L,are and Inely flnlxhed Fhotoirre.pb
aa be auade from old and faded, er
ecraicnea piciare.
Pictures of all kinds framed
to
'A Order, ;,; '
and all work jrarrauted to gire iatlafitction.
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BRILLIANT PL.
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UrsentW rei-ommended to enral ne by the
N. V. KireComu)iai4nnra and Fire lofuraocA
Co. a Common coal oil la not aafe i nder all
eirournftancea orcareleaa one ioe'ii Hr:l
liant Oil l' anfe Under any irriimaiane or
ce-llael.in more than lm,Q(tl home and
faclorie for the lat riz ye.ra without an ao
eldtnt o' a lire The finest illuminator m Ibi
world-Hoe hotamoke or amfll norerii"
the wick-Will burn .to the laat diop in the
lamp without-reHllintt-Biirna in lite errfifiary
coal oil lampa The enna in which the pil
pat up mr Mmiiv ute'enoum Tie aeen to ipe
appreciated onw or cimlar or tall at abom. ,
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rr-onPr dav at home. Term free,
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rnrllend, Ma.
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$77
A WKKK Kuarantee4 to male
aan ireiaKf ntm.ineit loai
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JVp,&a(e t Court- Vinlo. Cii i ty, i Ohio
VTftTtC 1 hereby Bien"fhat Wiliiam V.
VS Faltoo, aa. ciurdiaa of. Ciiarlpe.Ht.pnff,
jninort-hrld bf Jared Htronu, daed. haa
hied herein hia aocounl with aaid minor nr I
pal aetllenrent, and that Ore name Hn get for
hearing on I he Ath day of September, next,
(A. (ivmqntffo-'cleMt, A.M "'
1 i H 8. MAVpr Probata Judge.
Abfnat 11,174. . - ' ' dt
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State pfQIiloVinton Cunty
1 Wi V. Hartley! ahd wiitk, AbuntiSa,
lailMM
l! Johrle 9. oti, et at rjeWant, ! '"1
In "Vinton Cbtinry ' tourt if ComJion
Flea tJvrtl,Vrtfw:f iMtto Far
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T)0R8TJANT to-thormand)f(rrderof
jl erne laaued from tiie uouri oi uommiin
rlea of Vinton Ceantv. aaoV V) me directed
a bhenttof aaid county, I will otter foi aale
thedeoif. Ihp0o-rf (Hmeesla thatowndl
McArthur. Vinton County, Obio, on
LThuisaay.'tbetV Dy o?' Sqptflm-1
hi J'flr.iA;'I).'1874;I,', f u
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'P.'Mofa'.Td'
at the hour drl o'clock, PM. of aaid day, the
AjUnwinjdei!ribed land itut ia the coun.
tr oevinion-anU Hute or Ohio" r The wect halt
of ihe eouthveael qurterf and theeaathalf
the eouin-weetirnarler of aectiotriwenly-fet.
en, (7J to,wnxkip ten, 11'. range niajleen- (191
eootaidiDK IMiaere enor' Or lea, and' Hi
weat naif of the oprth-eaet quarteri and.ljie
eittUhalf oTtha'nOrtn.weei'oiarlVr bfaectidn
thirty .four,lt4l tonhip ten, fl) ranie iiine
A-o,l9J oWlalag la're,'.imie ArH
eoDiiniug in all 3 J) acre., more or leaa. .
tptfrsitcal at-tiA uO"r aollTTfty 'doll
Ian, li40 and must bnog two-third ol that
eumtr.ll ul i'U()liilM' v tiii
1 EKM8 OF HALE: in hand, balance
4nr andltwoy yeera aeture0 b t ailgtiffr
iu, iirvuiawB euiu.
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DR. W. C. GLIN E & SON,
.Wilkesville, Viriton Co., Ohio,i -
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f I AVE fitWd dp their new and oommrvdinai etore-roora in superb itylo tpni
Ilneither tima or monej to ren'ler it
room in ouutnera Ohio, and have replenished their former, stock of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye sfufla, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, to
whioh the have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobacoo
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest
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THE BUOKEU'S OFFICE
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will be .conducted in. tha establishment
per discounted. ,
n connection-with the Medical
for tha better treatment of all chronio
under & obrfJs of direotors who will employ nothing bat nretscluss medical tal
ent is operatives In the Institute. .
; Patients can be eooommoditted after the first of Ootober .with boarding,
lodging and nursing at rates far below
tutions ia the cities, and as good medical
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Hat. 4c, at Km than tUe wholesale
'will Jo l''H -,l 1,U,'i'
$1.50 at $1.00
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nt'. ..in In no i
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at 2.75
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llamden, O;
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equal ia architectural style to any:
possible prioesfor oash'. " '
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aa heretofore. Monies loaned and pa
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Department will be established a
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and sii eical cliaeaaes and deformities
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what can be afforded at similar inert
attendants as can be procured any
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The "Id rlachelor' Man b
C'p lins Wa, Hari'ainlle
Hippy I hnughl dchottlach
NEW. MUSIC
"liter "pray. Caprice Mxtiirka Kmkel, 40
Cilver Spray. Morcmii Kh-tpuit Kinkel, An
The Reaper' liance, ClwrM-terlatiijueKin. 88
BY THE AUTHOR OF!
Annela' Viatta Morcemi d HhIod Kinkel, 40
The Village Feativai Caprice Kinkel 40
TreuibliDg Leate. Moroeau de balon Km.W
WHISPERINGS- CE LOVE.
Oemle Spring Wall . iKInklv.ao
Amjryllia B-hottiah ' 'Kinkel. 80
. Mailnd, pott-paid, on receipt of the marked
MUSIC ' FOR SCHOOLS.
. We aire particular attention td (he eeleut
tnaor nnlaii- for echool nurpo.e. Teachera
fainnDg ua with their ordera need only elnie.
nhiit clasa or Miiaic they neaire, ana we win
guarantee lo make them a aatofactory selec
tion. ' ' ' '
GET the BEST.
The beat SEW echool tinging book ,
Kairy K-hoea Price, I'M
The beat atxn'lerd aobopl book
' The Hong Scho PVice, T
The be piano instructor ,
' Pelera' Eclectld Price, 86
The beat reed ornan inatructor ,,
Kinkel' New Method ' ' Price, 1 60
The beat inatructor for the TOlce .
Ludden' School (nt tiie Toic '' Price S 50
Tne bet nuitar inatructor.
, Worrall'AUnllar Price, 1 SO
The beni collection for male Toicea
eajaearioat i : - '' Price, 1 60
The beat oilectlon (or mixed Toicea
, Nelualiltra.Ofe Boki . Price 1 to
The beat collection for church and home '
TneCimsrir l'i i'i : Price I o
The beet innlroclor tor accordeon '
I Bedawluk'. Complete Method i Price; 1 60
The beet Inatruoiar for Concertina
rJedown-k' omplf le Method ; Price, 1 M
PMtklam4maili,roil.ruid.ly
..'i- il.'!..r l":J':I-. PETERS,. ;,
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Legal Notice.
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MVS. JENUIK B. OACE and William-A.
Oage, her huahand, who reaide in 4toi.
Bounty, Olio, (amen H (J. Plrjey, lea.li,ig in
Burlmgam banana, Willie B. 8 eDC, ami
or, oner fouitf yeMta ,p( age, n-tMiiv in
Keaa county,' h o, and KOmeo P Npencn, a
minor orerjourtevtt yearn of age, reaui.ruj is
Knoxtltle, Tenneee, and Kelaon Richmond,
ol Vinton county, Ohio, will tana notice that
Henry C. Plrlea. admlniatiator of the.aute
of John T. Plyley. d eaed, on the 15th ia
bl Ativuat. A. U. 1874 Hlfd hi petition io thex
Prolate Oonrt, or Tinton County, Ohio, aHex
inn that Ihe peraonal relate of aaid deoarieM
ia TiAurhVienl to pay hia irhta and chaayeel
Sdmimeieruie Da entale; tha. ho died eeiaer)
in fedaiinplenf tbe' following Ueaerrhed real
aoutn end of the taH bait of the aoulb beat
h tarter oraectioo eleen,(ll) lownh
() e:aittpe (16) eoniaining flu
flat aereii
.(II) t'.o
Alto in eaai nanoi accnoQ eleven
ahio mnei rfl raaira laliiaen. I mi
three hundred and eighty eight (388) acre all
In Virirri towriahip,; in eAid Vounty. Aim en
Airativided one half Inlereat in the following
newfiificq rwaiajie,ai.aH'n narnaon town
ahip, Hoi-a coilnli, dhio, and deacribed aa fi.l
hiwaiheeaathMlof lb aorthweatqnarleT,
Wie eat hnlfnf theaouth-weat quarter, and Ihe
weat half ol the eenthraaat qiMrto of eention
Oi eerion eight, (8) townahip ten, (10) range
aineieen.tlVloooAainlaa SlUaerM- i t i .V
. The urayer of eald petition Ik for a aala'ol
faid preuiwet, for tbPaymepl pridabtMaalt
charge aloreaald. ' ' r '
"eaid pelitiuD, wiU.betfor bearing on thelMh
t w.f vi iwuiuci ion, ,c m noon mere Alter
as learaca oe.poiaiuea , ,1
IMcfminiatraior of the rotate pJqhq p. fly- (.
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C1, V CATLOH wdlflj ui.hrtalt4
I ,', Ohain,wat-h in t ot. ileri-
,-iliwf- vl y- wieali ); r.llerv Movet
innt,SlTJu. Beariereaae J.T perj.iti
Notice.
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Probat (Court.yjIiftHU
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heariSRpq ibe untb day i ot Sep lerJl bar,' mite
1874,) at W o'clock, AM . ... , ,1
, :-i-'''t H.RaUIO,rwbatJua''',
l.tdSeptemborStg
rTHTttAra.tetf'arUtKatUti WVrnihi
,dmia alttlpr. with thai 'll annexed, loi
Jvbu WrmaA.eceaat-rtlbad Med hia'acoodnt
lor partial eeltlrment wih tkeate of ai4
inhi wyman, and that, tbe aame ia a, I for
A It'iEBTIItEftS aend lit ctaTloOioT-.'
.. ,,; ,L. Park, Kvw. M,ni M
their
.AtiTwrtiaingi '.Ofil.ft)
teSiScribner's 1 Monthly
aaxvar r nviw w.ai-ia m mm m iiai Wnaciwrw
IHEi B v fnJkXKin V amiTal A1UI1 DUJIIiil
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Another Great Literary Sensation,
The Modern RobinronCrusoe
With 150 Beautiful Illustrations.
, Meeara Hcnboer t Co., bare Kecnred for1
eeri-Kl puhhvalion in BCRldNEB'S MOXTU
LY, M.'Julea Verne' laUint alpry, I i i
'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
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in which, not content Willi (he old alone of
"Hubiutuii Cruaoe" and ihe "bwaa Family
Knbinaon," Ihe writer undcrtakea t ahow
howjt party ol. men caul upon a myaltioui-'
and deaert ialand may live by iheir acienliho
ruaniiruea alone, wnhu Ihe aid of any wwck
tu draw upon lor Ihe matoriHla or life and
ccmlorti i . . . t . . . ) : . ,, i
The party are American who et out from
Richmond. Va.,nuriiig the (irge.ii abillnon.
yi Julea Verne unite wi h an accurate ai'ieo
liHc knowledge, an ezuberauc of Joyenlltv
geniua that haa ' '
FASCINAP TUE. WOHLP.
The theme of the preaent tlory afiiriie the'
author the fineat opportunity for the ditplay
of hi peculiar gllla. The tory will bo pro
line) y illuetraieU, and labeguu In the April
sumber.' i
For aale hy all New dealer or Booksell
ers. Pric?l4iH a year, 3A cent tt number.
SORI BN UK A Cy., 64j Broadway, ti. Y.
i, !kmrlH74 ; . ' : i '' '
t.a a I rlearli love. 8ong and oho 8tewari, So
No tidir.ga fioin oer tbe tea. bong oho
' Hiexarl " : 3d
Alabama Bloaaom. ' Song and dance
etowatt i . : ' ' ' . SO
Temperance Cruuder. Bong and eho
Stewart . ; ' ' f- '! ' '
Wrrte to me, Willie. Song and ehoSiewart 80
Whan I turlie pbvyt IhodWrq. ijongaobq -
btewart - 84
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HarliAir.'t a In IrtiieW Aow.' HAbeanil'clici ' !(
Htewart . . , , SO
Km me. darling-. (rvwtfMrtSdntaonb
Stewart . ... 80
Btw up! or Hare too heard the new
Btewart SO
There i eomeihiaa .I'm dflna to ear
xtewart 80
Wal aina on the nbad tide.-6oa nd obo! ' :
. Biewart 80
raiewetl. Annie DarliD. iBoni ahd dho I
Soewart ' 80
finiFi-ovEij
Do not wtteb loi Slater Daring. Bongach'o' ' 1
Stewart . . . SO
BeauMiut rorm or toy dreamt. Bong ten'
-Btewart , . . . 9(i
Meetme, Hetaieim Ihe dell. So'ngandebo'
hick to the blrp borne. Bo(rJg'tcho.Stelirt
lloa the ahuttera. Willie a deads 8 ewart SO
taoae the ahuttera. Willie a deads S ewart
VkiBgableningfrowJlothtr. Bougaebi
'Btewart
V ' i -ftrj ' . ,'.s---onrr yi'ii' 'f
OF KlLDAUBi
He kl.ied mi piod byW "ni the gkU.'Ftieaart
tenneriy tnm oi tne aenxt, Sung and chor
Blctrxft HI M' f -i ' 1 ' i ''So
'Neath the, ware her spirit wander, Song.
Mtewiri, ni n . .i
Think of me aometimne, Maggie. Jtewart.
My uVar'eld Mortiifr. Bona a uho.'btowa.t '
And 'Other 'SongV b' O.' BtWlrt.'
I wait to'eei tf dearreld Herriej lewaVttM
lUyatera and wine at ArM. Bong. Btewart
rumWmrtnriiijrh the tw. Song. Btowart''
Hing agaio,awe. .liter liel la Bonn Bti
ewtrt
"KnB PW 9V .n ep.,MWb BOBII. H
tteat
Jennie, the Boner of Klldara. Song StewnrtAO
lift jifrifTt a,"!! nit't!
Mellerf. nAMt.rtalrf nn mi.i r i k. u t. .
Viinoinnati uttxette, to jub
13 50 per year
'. fill' m a.ir
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DVEBTIMERS aend tt eta. lo Rio.
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WOItF1,,Pl;AE0Ei'&;,C0.'S
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Sii:;,' AUo a till, linn ot : T'
PLIEFBESuPBlGS&CDilllCAlJ;:
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1 AiVfdtitd al the ttfy BletlftlP.
e. Tr VIUlU ?.iJT -i irfji Ji'.f '
WOLF.PEAECE&CO,
lm'i-1S74 '' ' "' "" ' '
NEW SPEING STOCK -
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MIIiXlNfERY'
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LADIES' FANOY GOODS, ;
-ii r .-, sew fetj'ies oi I-1' "
hats.bonnEts.ribboIjs ;
IN ALL NEW SHADES,! i II ii.
Jute tlralda.- .
Embroideries,
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EdglDM ih-i
Trloi mlnfs, , i . i . i t
' .7 wff a .'.in in.
Gloves,
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lVCJ Go4a
Jewelry,
Corsets, CtC.
AUq a ltrrgBneinrtmetitf n.i
Gentlinun's ,
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Bleaching, Pressing:, FfpjcdeiriV
ana iu ..imo ot. juuuMry
Work : done to Order oa
... ihrt Motice, , ;r. . ...
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Givs as a calL Wo will sol' lower.
than ee. J ".i ' .' i-.J O
J. P. St C. A. DUNKL ,
j.jM,?.,t-KoAJ,,l,itJ-'i .
SPRING AND SUMMER
OLoa?JE3:'i3src3-
FRAIVK IIELLR1AIV, Aienl,
f- JlMA
At hi ne place of bualneta.
oosraiB.iflQK. oppose pioif,
'xiiiLLidoTnio,4
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, Choicest fitbclc V
Spring and Siunmer Clothing.
EVER brughl to this market, embracing
nil Ihe luteal and moat faahionable at? let.
cui in accordance with' the lateet taebion.
When you want a nobby auildou twil lo tall
on Frank, tie also CUTS and
Maids' Garm'ests i xo i OBDlriC
7
. j and ha a full line of
Cents - Underwear v
HATS A IX DC A PS, &C.',:
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' All clothing marked down to the LOW.:!
EST rieUKKS. Giro mcaoall aad 1 wii .
warrant eatialaotion - i.w
liir . . FRANK, HEliLMAR.
llanhoodi How Lost, How Bestored i
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sua Miniiale-tt, anewedia '
.are-Vr lt'on ! ur. (jaiTerwcll'e
av-Vadwal can (wilhwuf nidl
cine) of -iriaaafoaaMoit, or Seminal Weak
note, Inroiuntary BeminaJ".JiiioTticTJ
MenMi'nimt'nyieer4ncajnKMt'lmarerrX
to Marriage, etc., alao, Coaatanioa, traar
ar, and lia, induced by telNiudnlgence or tcx-
rl'rtc in a tealed enrelope, only 8 cent.
. .The celebrated author in thia admirable ee-.
Ay clearly demonTrl'B-frtrm a thirty yeara'
aurceaiftil praetrej that the alarraiHg Bntnaett
nllnf.a nfMll.iliu. tmmw he M.lioel e f.ltrt a
witnuu. ine anaR-rnui uet.oi inieroat meni
eine ( ih aeiiileatloa of the kiirle: tiiirhtinWO
out a mode of curai at OBceeimple, ewrtatn aaa t
efleclual, by mean of which, ererj euflrrer.
po matter wnai ni coouinon may oe, may -unre
himaeVt heaplr. primtety, and eadM(f: .."I
awi'hit -tfire ahauldba Mo baadaeta.
rery yowthtioVeTerr tr.al a thclkwev -J
"ent, under seal, in a plain enrelope. to any "'
add.eea, yoaraatd on receipt 01 liz cents, or
two poelakarnpe, ,f ' f t f l ' ; Tfn
lAlaoi.br.itiirerWeU'S riiIibidV,J.i.
price 60 centa.
Addreaalhw pubiiehere, " u:i'-
i CHA8. J, 0 KLINR A COV, , , -l7
Bowery, Jew York', Post Ofllc Box, 4W"'
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0ET THE BEST
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rHAVHi'reoriehed my ioif ba'nkl an' arrT '
prepared K till ordera fnr coal ta quantUie
to ami purchaaera. I will aell a cheap a
coal of the tan qjtably oan hMnbtaibed.!-,
where. ENoST. WlNTERo.
altJI.9B,,-,.T, i- I ,.,.
ijORTON'S1 iCO RNETii 6iND
MffARTHUE;! OJXCCtivy
VjAVINO lately purehaeed nw and hand-.
fXaorne band wagon, and are prepared lo
rfea?..ra t
at'ahoie 4iun4B)
fM9"g,,
( ) 'caw, I mora palatable ami wwck cheapen
- Band for rUaorlutle Cttcnuar with '--
Pftwaieiam from all part of the country.
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