THE VINTON RECORD.
T1IUUHDAY. uUT. 29. 1874.
m The Vinton Record riewr-paper tod
ft ' ' ' t . i .
job oiee.it for sale aia bargain, to a
ash bojer. , Appljr to or addreat .. ,
JOHN T. KAPKIt, MnArthor, 0.
THE COUNTY INFIRMARY.
NEW SUPERINTENDENT. WHO IS HE? WHY APPOINTED?
Reward of Merit for Party Service.
MARTYRING FOR PARTY PAYS.
Miserable Partyism fully Developed.
Miserable Partyism fully Developed. The worst Case of Political Dirt in the List.
The new Inflrmary Directors
distinguished themselves' on
Monday, by making the super-
intendency of that institution,
a mere prize to be won ly the
party. There were a number
ot applicants, some of them
being old and respectable cid
zens meiof known integrity,
responsibility, and Jtr ess, some
younger men, of good clisrac
ter and standing in commu
nity, some irresponsible, some
unknown. John P.obb. who
never worked, a larm, that any
body knows of, and whose re
sponsibility is very questiona
blea man of mixed cbarao
ter, and habits, to say the least
was in the list. Ilia claims
were based on the pretense
that he had been discharged
from Eagle Furnace, because
of his political labors during
the campaign. II is friends
claimed that because be bad
worked for Huston and Vance,
be had been discharged, that is
all that was claimed for him, bin
fitness was questioned even by
his friend but the lact that
he bad played martyr for the
cause of the party was enough
to satisfy the demands of (he
party, and the demand of the
party was the rule and guide of
the board. Therein is where
we fail. ' Men are elected to
places of importance, guar
liana of the publio weal, who
never look beyond, or rise
above, the miserable bidding
of the party leaders and the
parly "ring," everything must
be sacrificed to party.- The
interests ol the entire comma
nity are as nothing; (fflcul
honor and integrity are noth
iog; party party; alone is
titudied; fitness for position,
merit, character, manhood are
lost in the murky darkness ol
party zeal. Look at the case
before u: Kobb kept a raiser
able doggery at Pratuville for
awhile; he worked at coaling
awhile at llnpe Furnace; left
the State awhile, came ba,ck;
went to Eagle Furnace and
being a collier was employed
to take up wood and to attend
coaling ana chopping jobs; be
was discharged about election
day probably the Monday be
fore not for his political prin
cipler, nor political labors
hot lor other reasons well
known to himself and the of
ficers of the Furnace. One
thing we'll mention and one. is
enough at present On the
Saturday before the election be
sent away and brought whis
ky in jogs on the lurnace
ground and while be pretended
to be "under manager" - was
furnishing whisky on the fur
nace grounds to procure the
intoxication of the hands,
that saw fit to drink. This
alone would justify his dis
charge, but (his is only a part
of the grounds ol ft. Robb's
friends lo not cjaitn for him
that he is a sober man, yet the
farnaco 'might get along -with
bis own drinking but to be a
party to the drunkenness of
the men employed about the
lurnace, was carrying matters
rather far. We learu that the
Board of Directors ssy that
tljey would not have mile the
appointment on Monday," Mit
that Dennison refused to stay
longer unless re-appointed, and
we'll take it, that this is . true,
lor argument's sake. Suppose
they were compelled to appoint
a man immediately, did that
compel them to throw aside
Dennicon who was 'there! or
to overlook such men ssFrick,
Green, Steel, Hunter, Manky,
each one of whom has the rep
nta'ion of being sober men at
least, or to give the,lgo-by" to
several other applicants, who
were men ot character? Could
uut one ot these have been ap
pointed as readily as Roblf
The truth of the whole matter
is, the Board allowed them
selves to be dragged down into
the dirty mire of mean parti
sanism, and banded over the
County Infirmary to this man,
as s banner is given to the
, ' i . - ' i'-i
township that does the best
political work in a campaign.
It is said that the appointment
ij only a temporary matter,
and they expect to hare a
meeting In December, that
Kobb may turn out better than
is generally predicted, etc. ec.
We care nothing about lbi;
the principle of the thing is
what we are alUr. and we have
said what we have about it,
because we believe the people
of Vinton county should know
how far the new board can get
below the proper standard,
Inch should be maintained
by every man in any position.
We understand that Uaynes
objected to the transaction,
and protested agaiost : it. It
this is so, we honor him lor it,
and mention it fo Lis credit,
for we desire to do justice to
all men. We shall at a proper
lime, when at leisure, give an
other chapterin this little book.
We have no feeling agains
Mr. Rubb, huve barely seeu
him, know him only by repu
tation, be assumes to play mar
tyr, however, to get a public
place; the facis connected with
bis martyrdom are anything but
pleasant, and we refrain Ironi
giving them farther than we
have, to illustrate the point we
wish to make. It his mends
insibt on keeping him befoie
the public we may give the
public another feature in the
mailer of his discharge, at a
Who May Vote and With
Who May Vote and With What Kind of Ticket.
If you are a cnizen mid not
idiotic, insane, a convict or m
womau, you are eulilled lo vole
it you are
Twenty-one years old Mid
Have been a citizen of Ohio
for the last one year;
01 Hie county thirty days;
Ot the . ward or township
twenty days, if unmarried ; no
restriction as to ward or town
ship, il married.
The ballot must , be on
plain white paper ; : written
wilh pencil or. ink, or priuted
with black ink ; not less than
one filth jof an inch between
names; without any device or
mark of any description to die
tingoisn one ticket from an
other, or by which one ticket
may be distinguished from an
other by its appearaoce, ex
cept the words at the head ol
the ticket; and whenever any
ballot with- a certain desig
hatee! heading. shall contain
printed tbereoa la pfactt of an
other, any name aot found ofi
the regular ballot having tuch
heading,' such name; so i found
shall be regarded by the judges
ol election as having been
placed there for the purpose of
Iraud, aud said ballot shall not
count lor, the same so found,
and it shall te uulawlul lor
any person to print for distri
bution at the polls, 'or .distri
bution to any elector, or know
ingly to vote any ballot, print
ed -or written, contrary. tb the
provisions of this. act; pro
vided, that nothing herein con
tained shall be construed to
prohibit the erasure, correction
or insertion of any name by
pencil mark or with ink upon
the face of the printed ballot.
The above paragraph ha
been construed by the Attor
ney General as follows : ' -
The evident object of the
"Space required to be left -be
low each name on the ballot is
to enable the elector to ' write
in any name he may. desire to
in place of the printed one.
You may then write the name
of an "independent' candidate
upon either or any of the "re
gular1 tickets, in the place of
the regular candidate for the
same office. ' If you prefer, you
may lawfully print the inde
pf ndent's name upon a ticket,
all the other candidates' names
thereon being "regular," but,
in such a case, the heading of
your' ticket -must be different
from that of the regular one
and should be so different hat
one would not be liable to mis
take the one for (lie other.
To Illustrate : Suppose one
should desire the election of the
regularly nominated Republi
can ticket,- except two candi
dates thereon, and as to the of
fices for which they stand he
fihonld desire (he election of
the Democratic candidate. He
may Icwfully proceed in one
or all of several wars, as re;
spects the ballots, to accom
plish his purpose.
1. He may write the names of
the Democtatjo candidates up
on the regular KepuMicaa
tickets In the proper places,
erasing the two Republican
2 He may write the nimes
of the Republican candidates,
except the two upon the regu
lr Democratic ticket.
3. He may print his ticket
throughout, but he cannot give
it the heading of either the Re
publican or Democratic ticket.
He may designate it as a
"Mixed Ticket,'' ' or "John
Smith's Ticket' or the like
and he may leave it without
any heading at all.
It is competent under the
acttochange a ''regular" ticket
by . the substitution of the
names ot persons not nomin
ated, etc, 'and to orint, circu
late and voto the changed tick
ei. but not under' the "certain
designated heading" of the re
gular ticket. As I have said,
i lie heading of the changed
tii ket should be niirely d ff
ereut Irom that or the regular,
to as not to mislead
Yu ask further, Whether
an A'deraun is, by virtue of
Ins position, a judge ol election
at the polls.' He is not. In
cities the iwo Councrlmen of
each ward and the elector re
ceiving at the previous April
election therein the hif'texi
n mber of votes for the office
ol O .uncilman, of those not
fleeted heretn, 'are the judges
t election of such ward. See
laws 1870, p 48
ClBCLlVttH held a special
election tue other day, decid
ing by a vote ot 708 to 104 to
build a new market house. '
Thk Odd Fellows lost their
$20,0 JO hall at Washington C.
H. by fire laYt week. Insured
for one-third. . '
Wk have a terrible lake dis
aster to chronicle. The 'pro
pellor Brooklyn exploded her
boilers about ten miles from
Detroit, killing sixteen persons
and severely injuring others.
A , broken rail caused the
freight train,, to runoff. the
track last week, between Scio-1
tovilleand Portsmouth. Two
or three of the' men on the.
train w'er e" irore ' "( , : ' " j. ; '
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
The New Orleans Board of
School Directors call on the
cl!y for a half million dollars
for the public Schools vlo'r the
ensuiag year. . -:
The dry goods bouse of Sher
wpol. 'Barker & 0v6f froledC
was burglarized Monday night,
losing 53,000 to $5 000 wonn'of
silks mid laces.' No arrests. '.
' Lord and Lady Messerne left
Toledo lor Chicago, on Tuesday
morning, alter .a stay of two
weeks, during whict time' hi
lordship had been shooting in
the vicinity of the former place
with some of ( the prominent
sportsmen. "' ' "-
John Crossley, a member ol
the British Parliameut, and
member of the Mississippi Val
ley bociety of London was re
ceived at the New Orleans
Chamber of Commerce, Mon
day uighl, by the members ol
the Chamber of Commerce aud
the VaIIevSociety ol New Or
leans. Toe Citizens' Association ol
Chicago, have tendered an in
vitation to Gen. Sualer to ac
cept the' portion of General
Supervisor oi the Fire Compa
nies ol Chicago, The action ol
this Association ' has been the
only thing necessary to make
tue invitation unanimous on
the, part of the municipal au
W. D. Washburn, an exten
sive lumberman of Minneapo
lis and Anoka, on Tuesday
made an assignment for the
hentfil of his creditors. His li
abilities are large. It is un
derstood that his assets are
double his liabilities, but are
not available. During the
present depression in the lum
ber trade a meeting of his cred
itors has resolved to continue
the business with Mr. Wash
burn as manager.
Nelsi.nviilb, O., Oct. 21
The Sherill ot Hocking coun
ty arrested and took from our
town Jasper Oalentine jester
day morning, and lodged him
in jjil to await trial for charge
of burglarizing the store ol
Wm. Nye, of Monday Creek,
and stealing ha.nesg in Logiin.
Ualentine seems to have t bud
record. It lb reported here
that he! escaped going to the
Slate's prison in Cincinnati,
Ohio, by turning Suite's evi
dence, and that his ' pal'' was
sent up aud died in the Ohio
Penitentiary; also, thai be It-
one ol the party driven out of
Columbus wilh the notorious
Ben Heed8oin) years ago. He
escaped punishment lor bur
glarizing W. B Brooks' store
and several private dwelling
in thin place, by the same old
game ot turning nd testifying
against the others etgaged
with him, but this lime his lit
tle tp'ck will not work.
Mihuno , l'hutO(jrapher. Chillioothe
gives careful attention to making cip
lei of other pioiurei Pictures may be
niade aa lurue a life from the tioiem
Iceket picture, and made io every way
tatiefaotury by careful and judiciou'x
coloring. Phutoprupliefrom nature or
from other pictures colced in the beat
itjlea in oil, water colors, ,,-Ton, paa
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all irouu
JOHNC. PU H,
ATTORNEY Al LAW,
Dana Enildings-TJp Stairs,
THE MASON A3 AMLIN 0EQAU 00
W'nni of THSEE niflHKHT MED
ALS MtH DIPLOMA OF HOKOR, lit
Tnn 18T.1, nl -rii, lsT now nivr th
riEKT AHMORTMRnTol th BEST
CABINET BAS in lh WOl LD,
inclndinii new Mlv with mtgi iminoir
mot,frr(wWK firauh, fnrmrrli, hnt
l onn NEW PLANS OP EASY PAT.
MEXTS. ihr moNi frnmlii f.rr nnVrH
I'ROANh RESTED WITH PBIVI
LEOK OF PURCHASE, lo ilmn.i nT
prt of Iht ooonlrr. Flral p meat l.0 or
upwr.l : . . '
lllMlratod riloiti and elrciilnrw, with
(nil pirtieuUrt, tal ttf an nqi.oat. Ad
drus . t
MASOS AHAMLI3T OBOA1TCO,
hoiion, le Vurk, or ChirtKO.
Will aue loT.rj stibMiribrr, whMhor siokI
or in tclub, wit pan in -wfTknen for !87,
nd ramus dlrt to Ihia offlro, mpy of
"Tho KMoor.'' hands Bmrst ebrono it
Oflwol by pha.wr. .
TrmSS t'trsnnum. rorelreutsreoBtam.
1'? fcr ,b addnos L, A, GO.
DlY.PhiUdelpliim P. ,7.,
Sell YoTir Old Barrels.
OLD BARRELS BOOflHT Wll) iT(
I.M to 11 M Mtfe for sll nood iron-bound oil
Mrrsit dnlivorodol Ihoso v orks- to bn paid
lnbrlcaiin oil mil b told at tb . loansl auu
: . . 1 IXi'tuni oil. WffKKS) :-r
' fodai. Bon sr Co-j. ;
hoi ron marylandi.,
Ckoapntrm tn purrnrqph.l(in. Coon- !
3 Sf, S.ca,f 1. & Uitt,MMaVMlC
AlysKeeps a FullLine of
Frenh Drags, Paints, Oil, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, and Pure Liquors tor Me
dlclnal purpotet. : . " i
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soapa, Hatr
Oils. Pomade, Hair. Nail, Tooth. Flesh
and Clothes Brushes, Carabs.
School Books. Blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Iuk, Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates. '
: .. . . .:f' . ;
Fine Cut, Plug. ( bewing and Smok
ing Tobacco, Clgan, Pi pea.
Lanterns, LAmp, Chimneys, Shades,
A Aill line of Oold.Coral, Jet, Topas,
Amethyst,' Agate, Girnett Seta, Brace
leta. Finger aud Ear Blngs, Necklaces
Sleeve Butt jut. i , ;,
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma-
clilnis. ' ' 1 ; '
i . . i , ,
Musical Instruments, Tuning forks
Vlwllu and Uultar Strlnss. ' '
! .. '. ' ..ii ..!
Clocks, Watches and Keys. , .
. Toilet and Work Boxes, and an end
less variety ol Toys. ! ; , 1
1 am also agent for all the Magat
linen, Period IchU, Literary and Daily
Papers, which I lurnUh from three
days to a week In advauce of those
Airniuhed by mall. .,
All of the Above, and a
. Thousand Other Aiti-
cles, to he had at
BAIH KTH'ARTH CR,
HALL'S PATT IIVRKI.TO GLOVKk)
AT KbT GREATLY UIHIIOVKli In fnrm nl
V ihenlRna, and lh mora nnmplpto nhi'lri
i gof lh Mrt anhjai't Xnmrnr, 1 nirial
I'nlra. mnliips I hem werw ham to), anil
do the work 'aatrr and rir than any mher
huakrr. Mndr nt lh er brat rail lathr,
in lonr ien. rtghl and It-It handed -nmia
anl prapiiiilnn ritnf pnin Half Uhm,'
I1.2-'i; Full (iloTr, 11 to par pair l.ibrra
diM onnl in qunntitira Ak tour mrn hi nt'
or mMra JUaLL KUSKIKO oLOVE CO.
J tali! . . ' . '.
WARPFN PWF.TL.VNn of firsinla flly in
Monlnnn 'IVrntory and ila Hwotland of
Minnruimlm in tha of Minnm In, will
tKk onilro'h'U John DninharlT nf IhCfoimlT
of Vintnn. in iliobt t of nt.io, did. in ihrSTih
day nf Aujiunt, A U 1H74, fll his prtillun In
county ol Vinlon. in raM Sialauf 'hlo, awainit
i aid Warren Mwatland.a.id Silaa Swell -in1 and
mo tiiiri nfuommnn I'laas within and for th
lol O Hwatland. h-ir atlatof Jnal fi. Rwat
land, rircaaiied. and Annolina Mwetliind aa
iilo of Jiicl t. Hwellnd, daronaao. and aa
adminiiiralrix nf hi tat. and n. C. Jon,
ilfien'lania. aattini forth lhai tha Mid foal ft.
8wtann, droeaaeil, while in full life, and the
(are a mnrleanV lo l ha aaid John liai'iha ly
nninlnta 21 i 873 and 274, in tha tillage of
lil Angelina Hwatland heinir than hi wi'a
Mi-rlhnr, Vinton iwnnly, nhio: alo. on n lot
271 and aamuh nfl of tha aniith aide ofi n -lot
278 na will i-nrraapond with tha aonih line of
tha jrratayard la-ins about li at aaid lut v7A.ha
I he anme mora or lea, aalil Tola heina known
aa Bwelland'a Klnhle Lota," to aeo-ira (he
payment nf 1275 with nar cant interaat. an-
coniiDK lo a certain note referred to in aaid
mortgana, and that aince lhail aot aaid
mnrtKiife,, tha said Joel f). HwetlaniT has do
parted lhi life; that the aaid Angel. ne "wet
land lasdmimtirnirz nf iheaaid Joel O Swat
land, dec aaed. and Ihul the aaid Warren
Hweiktnd, Hilas Hwetland, and Joel Q Swat
land are heir al law ol the aaid Joel , Rwet
lanit, dereaaed, nnd that the aaid Homer O.
Jones claima in he nn Internal in the prem
ise described in s-id peiition hy a certain
morteaia deed prior to thefmortcaie nf plain,
tiff, and nrayiiig that thaOnurt may And the
amoiiul due the plaintiff, and if the eama he
not paid within a inert da? to he named by
tha Conrl. that aaid premiees may be aold to
pay the same, and that the Mid Homer O
Jonea he ordered to set forth hia aaid mort,
gate i laim. tbat the Court may determine ths
priority of leina nt the Rrarina Ihereol; and
the aaid Warren wetland and Milan Swetland
are oolifled that they are required to appear
and anawer Mid etltlcn on or before the third
Satuidn altar the 23 dayof.tctobsr. A. i) 1874
iaii se umoer in. i7.
Bt H.W.Cocltbap, hia Attorney. ew
State of Ohio, Tinton County
B.B. Liodler, Plaintiff,
L. E. HansSeld, al al, defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pieat An Order of SaU.
PTTRSUANT fo tho eoMmaad of an Order of
Bale laeued from the Conrt of Common
Hen of Tinton Conntv. and lAmariiraatait aa
Shenfl ofaaldjoouoly, I will oftar foi saleal ths
doorol thoUonn House, in the Iowa ofllcAr
tbur, Vinton Cotiotr. Ohio, on
i . ' '
Sattudaj, ths 21st Day of Soyem
lit, A. D. 1874,
st tho hoar of 1 o'clock, P. If. of said day, tha
following described landu nnd tenements, ail.
nate in the county ol Vinion and Stale ot tihiot
and in tho townehip of Harrtaoa and bound
ed aad do'snbed as follow, 10 wit; Ths
eouln-weet quarter (s w of eectian No. (M
Ste, township No. () nine, rang Nn. (IS)
nineteen, eontnimng (122M-HO) one bumirod
nnd twenty Iwoandsa-ioeeerea, according to
a Uni ted States surrey, mors or leas.
tppraised at one buunared dollars, ($100)
and must urng Iwo-thirda of thnl aura.
To bo sold ss tbe property of L. B Hans
Said, ot al, to aaliafy pa order of aalo, leaned
froas the Court nf Common Pleas la faror of
Henry B. Lindley. .
TERMS UP bAliE: pub in baad oa ths nay
of baJe. . , '
, ; erRei HALKR, ,
. . , buen Vinton County.
Oetobsrtld.U74. ;, So
ACENT8 WANTED FOR
FHUF. FoWLtH'S GEtATWObK
Hanaood. WoaaaabeeS aad tbeir
tlataal pl.rrlattB Lore, ltalaa.
NwensUi A ante are eellias irons U to
U cupiea a day raa),l for aperime page
and terms to agel abd aee a hy II aells la.l
ee irwaa ane naner haoO iddn. Vlul.,
T Jalla Ann Dobot
YOt nrn hatHnj notilod tbnt nt tbo SopUni
r nrmioa, IB74, 1 ih Cob mwaionoin ot
Vinton rummy, Ohio, Willinm F. Inlton nj
oihrr Sloltnoir poulion lornoooni) ron-l n
kMlaaK From n point in ihnerntrrof Ibn
enitiitf mad tabdini pa.l Johuaibs Wiutrr'n
dnHllna bon.o abnul IS rod il ol Mud
houM, io Elk tonnxhin of Vnio i-ounif,
hio, thtar ruLBini s nonhMlrly dirre
lion Ibn arnn H nod boot rout ibruosb tho
land of nid Rnlm n .d -lark RM-hnxind to'
n point nt or near lh anTh-oat orrr of K
D Wolfs rln. ihMKt in nn eKf rl diraei
tioa through lb lands told bj you lo Mid E
1 Wolf nd ow oceopittl ''7 blra. nml I'M
lil of Gilmiio, Ward A Do., nouib of tho
Wntor dill of si-l UiTmaa, Ward A t o., nod
loot lbs anih lino of kudaoom-d bj Htnri
etu WikwanndinUrwliaa tbo Jtektoaand
McArlhur roul at a poiul about 1st trot aouik
of thsaoutn lino oftnoourporaio limionf lbs
fo of Mr Arthur in Mid Elk lowoanip of
Vinton ounljr, Obio, and thrro to ood.
That nrwrri awl n aurtryor worn arpiol
od by aaid commiktHinor nnd thai Mid
iert nod ur)or will rnort nt tho initial
point of m d road poiilionvd for, on lb sub
dyoriirl-bor, A. It. 174. al lr o'rluck, A.M.
lo anlr nn tho diM-baraoof thaii duura.
Imtod this 171b day nf eptmbr ISTI.
WILLIAM F. KELTtiN.
4 ! ' rnaoipal fttiuonor.
C. J. BILLINGIIUEST,
;. ' I 1 ' ' ' .' - .
and dollar ia nil kind of
and . .
copy i no
earalnrty dns, nnd tho smallMl Die turns
nltrgrd lo nn; iu, and -
Finished in 0(1,
WATER COLORS, i
or . . . .
o any othnr itjlt that may bs drsirad, al Ibn
Larae nod Snetj SnlahcS Fhotoaraphs
can bo nado frona old and faded, or
Pictures of all kinds frsmed to
and all work arrauted lo girn iatiifcclion.
SEPTEMBER 14, 1874.
HAS BKCE1TED FOB
Cassimercs. Satinetts, Jeans,
Water proolClnhs, Caot n
FlanLela, W ol Fla nels
New Calicoes, Bl ck Al .
pacas, Black Silks-
i ' . ' ' ,
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A NEW ASSORTMENT. OF
' : . t
Rnrhlng Leather Belts,
SID GlOVES.GEElIAHTO'H YAEH
Offered at Lowest Cash Prioes.
R. B. SHART.
Times for lloldln I'ourti In
Ibe Sevrntb Judicial
nURSCANT to anlhorltr cf law. It It hereto
J. ordered tb -1 the arveral tennt nl the Chi I of
Co'umon Pleas au the Ulairlet Cnrt within and
r the Sennik Judicial Dialrict Air the year
187ft, shall ha bald iu the retpecllrs couuliA
theraaf aa fcllowa
Waablngton, Aril; Mrlga. April IS- O.llla,
April 15; Lawrence, Ap II 19; Scioto, April ft;
Pike, April V; Perry, Jauiury 4, Angnat2S;
FaiiO'la, Angnat28; Bucking, January II, An
guati; Athens, Jemiry Is, teplember S; Vln
tia,ieptenilwr; Jackaun, neptenber .
Court of Cons men Pleas.
Ferry Jannary IS; May 8; September IT.
Hocalnr- Fabruary IS; May 24; tlctuler 18.
Sairncld May 1; Juu7; kuvraibert.
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Lawrenee January 28; Mat 4; September 11,
bV.loto - March II; May I; Ootnuer It.
Jackera-Frbrnary 22; May 24; October IS.
Pike Mar. h Wi; Jnne 21; Motenibar It .
Vii ton-Febmary t; May S, September 14,
' tatss sumirisira,
Oallis - February 1; April September 13.
Melse Pebraary 22; May 17, tletobar.4.
Waablagtua Pabruary -2; May 17; October !J.
Atbena Mmcb IS; June 14; Nurewbar U)
' And It tanner ordered tbat doe raw re aad
publicallva of tpa ftNrgutng be made acoording lo
law: . .-...... j ...
Witncai nor bands this 10th day of ntpta&ber
, SII.AS M. WEIGHT,
JuHM J BAKPKK, ' . i' '
T. A. PLANTS.
: ; sbabtus A. octhbii,
BMTiUrUHIU, , ; I t.t, ..',.,
Vinrun Cotnrrr; aa J
I,G. W. Holland, I airkef tbe Ooort of Ooai.
moa Pieaaand of ibs Dialrict Cuort. oilbin nnd
A saldo.nnty and Stale, S keieky ortlr the
twegoiug to be a trne oopy Of the .iicinal order
far kululng toll aw sat la la a-y aOce.aa an
Ion d oa tb ioanula .4 aai m.
w iTaaea aij a an a ana uu aeal ef tbo.
vmnwuiaaoi rwaa ai HcArtnnr
this tb day uf Oouiber, A. D tH
O. W. HOLLAND, '
Oeiober tt, 1175-ow
1 THAT WHICH IS '
WORTH ADRt IsiNfi.
:iuor- i -, )
rtr 'i .i.i. .- '
: CCII00L EOOKfl, i
PENS, tKK. INKSTANDS,
. ' i-'.t n: t-. s .'At rr j. .
i Unlet if nl
And ill oibor AicrrJ n.niriJ llfqplls. JanA
3WCh ciAIJH MIX
PlalR, Faacr.'aad lalllal
Paper aaa Kavelepcs sr
. i. CarrespcadCMce,
I rffl Paper nnd RIank
of till Klrrrip(Iout
Full upplj alid. -'
r. ii .'i . - ... , - - .
Oorner of Main and If irket Streets
Mo ARTHUR O,
hew SFBnra stoch:
, ' ' . ,'i' '. : .... ) 1,1
LAnES' FANOY GOODS;-
H ATS BQU N ETSRl B B 0 M S
IN ALL NEW SHADEi, : ' -
''' ; ' . " I. : l.'.l
Jale D raids, ! . ' v- 'j
Ed K Intra,
' F'rjr GOsXS)
' Alert a large attnrtmentof ' I
GtnlUtnm'M , JttcklUi.
BleacWne; Prtttirr. Ptmeisirr,
and all;-kinds of Millinery -Work
done to Order oa
ih rt Notice, i w
Oire nt a call. We trill stl' lover
than erer. ... .-. . j ,
J P 4'C. A. DUNKIi ,
Main sL MoArthu t). -
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRi.Mi HCLLMArf. AtJCRfj
. ., r.Kt,t -rt . .' i j; v . . . , V
At bis nee- plane of Imalueaa,
00ET3 BLOCK. OPPOSITE TJBIOlf
. i HOUSE. . ;
ciiillicotiieI p. '
' I- " HAS THE
r t I .. - ni.iLi .
opringanu oummor Vioinmg
EVER brought In f hie market, eaibrariaf
ill the lutral aud muat laaliionable attlea.
in nccir.lame with the lateal ta-hiona.
Whan you wnnl n iiol.br uil itou'l hit to ssll
on Kmnk. lie sU CI1 T snd .
Makes Garments to Obdkh
nnd has s lull lias of
HATS D( APS, etC.
II clothing marked down lo the LOW-'
FJtT riGVHKS. &ttemeae.Ulaaal ail!
warrant snUalactioa '
lr j FBAK HELLMAR.
Msnhoom How Lost. How Bestored !'
. c (,.; 4 i , - v '
Jiial piintfaaee;, a aeweoW
MMf lta f Dr. C,alrerwelrn.
rCSfJCtMff Eaoay on tho
iaaaW radical ear (Without medl
cine) nf -rtaaTonn..s, or Heminal Weak.
nees, inretuniery seminal boa act, inpomert.
Mental aud Physical looapacily, Impediwienw
to Marriage, etc., also, Oiaacnrrios, Ertise.
ar, snd Bta, induced bj selMudulgenes or sea
uel eitrarsgsnco. . ,
av" Price in a sealed enrelnpe, onlr t cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable ee
say clearly demonstrates from n thirty earn''
aweesxAif prertH-e, that the alarming onaao-e
qnencea bf eell-ebo.es may bo radical J cured
without the dangeroua us, of internal media
sinn or the application of the kmle; pointing
out a mode o'tnroel onreaimrle,eertain aad
ettoctual, by meana nf which ererj auSarer,
no matter what his eondHion may bo, may
enre himaetfcheeply, privslelt, and wdMt
aaw-i nis .-eaei Hire enonto do is tna naaas or
efery youlh and eery Trmn in the land.- -
"ent, nnd. r sesl. in a plain enrelopo, to any
add.-eaa, paefaaW oa rei elpl ot sig sta, or t
two post sumpsl , ' I M
Alao Dr. tiulrsrwsH's "Msrriags Ouids,"'
price 50 nenla. , .
CHA. J 0 KLINE CO.,
1ST Bowery, Vtw York, Peel Offlca Bos, 44sv
GET TH E BEST
fHATE roopeaed my coal bank, -and aw
nrenared lo hll ordara the eeal aa MiiaMlill
to ami purrhaaera. I will sell as cheap as
eoal ol tho earns quality can be obtained eiao-
wnere. anus ti mimaiut..
HORTOM'S CORNET BAHD
H. W. NORTON, keador,
HA VINO lately pnrobaeed a new aarllaaore
oms bead waaoa, and are pteparod to
furniib good mnale aa application,, to nil
points ra sbta o
aa aounUaa. Address.
i. i i 4jon4a,
tt t9n"" f home-Terras freev
a,SwAddraA Wso, rftrfBsog a Co,
rnrllaail.Mo ' -
alharVmV VWSKB guaranteed A nurhs
"ifcef W end reitinrs agents In thwiV leoaK
tflJeT eT, itr ooets CMraiNe at in it.
' - -'- - We C.,Aasto,a1oJ't
Wi will send the Keeord and tbt
i'inutl amtl liatoUa Ut . ttibarltiexa g&
year for tl.- J tr'-1
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