Newspaper Page Text
tHe Vinton record.
. TUllttDAY. NV. 5, 1 874.
That Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors'
' In 1870 a Kepubhcau Lepis-
)ptore enacted a law establish
ing a home lor tbe orphans ot
OSio soldiers and sailors. The
Democrats in the Legislature
fought the measure all Mie
time from its Introduction to
the b passage of the bill; and
lastly, "after the bill had be-
calne a law, and the Governor
had appointed the ;1ooard ot
managers, and th Senate -at-
iluicu iv uuuurui iuo ap
pointments, every Demccatic
Senator voted agaio'tbe con
fifraatifm thereby trying to
defeat the object and purpose
Of the law, by preventing the
organization ol the institution
ana' bo far was Democratic
hostility toward tbe soldiers
and tailors orphans carried;
mat ice" Democrats "of the
Senate deliberately bolted,
taA, . ran out of the Senate
chamber to break bp the quo
rum of the Senate. One dis
tinguished gentleman was
caught by the assistant ser
geant at-arms ' and brought
back. And a quorum Tieing
present the appointments were
confirmed aud tbe Ilome in
.Upon its organization, Dr.
Griswold a man of the highest
integrity and character, was
employed as . superintendent
and everything went on
smoothly. The last legislature
was Democratic, and not satis
fied with the efforts of their
predecessors to defeat the
friends .of tbe soldiers in tbe
establishment of Hie home for
soldiers' orphans they legis
lated out of office all the old
board to allow Gov. Allen to
appoint a new board, tbat.it
might be Democratic. The new
board was apointed. . Dr Oris
. wold discharged and Dr. Jen
ner put in bis stead. Dr. Jen
ner was one of the Democratic
Senators who 'bolted" to pre
vent the first organization.
What is the result? Dr. Jen
ner, develops most beauulully,
he is found tampbering with
the inmates girls from four
teen to 16 years of age, surh
were the charges, and he re
signed in the face of them.
Ordinary laws of decency and
morality were violated, the
Democratic pet turned out to
be a' brute, lie tried to lol
low the Democratic adage, "To
the victors belongs the spoils''
'and went into the spoiling
"The young ladies who had
been for some three years un
der tlie charge of Dr. Griswold
and his estimable family, did
not propose to change their
mode of life, 'simply because
ibe Ohio Legislature was Dem
ocratic. We do not pretend to
think that Democrats as cili
zms endorse the conduct
the roati Jenner, but the point
is here; " if the Democratic
party, by its Representatives,
persist in turning oat of office
men of character and integri
ty, of acknowledged fitness for
the jevcraJ places they hold
simply because tHey are Re
publicans i?n5 insist on filline
those positions wiln ,he
troughs" of the St'-te, simply
because those rouh,n happen
to be "workers" in Ihe Pty.
they must stand the jesp.'n8
bility of making the chang e
it-ibe places of trust in Ohio
re to be raffled off by the
Democratic party they take
the responsibility ot allowing
the Villains to run. A legisla
ture of political shisters can
not insult tbe good sens and
moral of the people ot Ohio
by taming out decent men and
putting Ja vagabonds for mere
. political purposes, without be
ing held responsible for their
action. We suggest just here
that this may apply to Vinton
Coon'y as well as tbe State.
Let the - Infirmary Directors
look well tJ their trust. '
' '.Tab large fori ft fires near
Straiti'villa, oa Saturday placeJ
the towu in great danger.; -
The Simple Simon
filth And rubbinh ol ihe U-iWen
House, an flitters himself
that he is editing a. ne8pipe
sent forth a very brilliant ar
ticle last week. It related tn
the Conimifsiooern' report and
the conimijtee..appointcd to ex
amine it; but. what the Hiot.is
trying to saj iiofcody can tell -We
give a specimen ot the
Unjond tf.lt' means any
iiing we would like to know
what! He says: "Tbe report
isoo long," and "too shor:;'
wtt ''wrong," and Was "right;'
and other faults too tedious to
mention were discovered in it."
(We give this exactly as print
ed, punctuation, and all.) Who
discovered the after fault or
how they were discovered will
probably remain for ever a se
cret, known only'to the Simple
Simon of the Enquirer. ; Here
is another of the sharp hit?,
"So after reading, and prayer;
of iho is "enutnn on page .57,'
etc., etc. W ho prayed the Uh
section of page 57, is another
mystery whleb will probably
never be fully solved.
' Tbe strong point in . his arti
cle however, is, the resolution
ot "this printing, house.1'. That
the committee 'appointed to
examine the report of tbe
Commissioners treat the em.
ployees ol that printing house
to oysters tor neglecting, tn
make out the report . ol (heir
examination at the proper
time: au,d the Hon H.O.Jones
attorney at law &o treat j the
employees of this printing
house to oysters and chicken
soup (notice the. e) and also
the Vinton County Bank for
illegal carelessness and plain
ignoranoe." "Illegal careless
ness" is good. What employ.
ees' adopted that resolution?
eh! Oysters and chicken soupj
with an e at "this , printing
house'1 that's richness- Why
"Simple!" Eacti member of
that committee as well as Jones
it a married man. Bowen
imagines his printing house
is about equal to the Uarper's.
lie flatters himself, every week
with some congraiulaoy
squib. When an exchange per
petrates a juke at his expanse
ten to one, he. copier it as a
compliment. Lie tells people
he Is one of the best errors in
Southern Ohio, and his paper
the great family, journal ad
vises every body to take it,
ec4 yet in twelve . monihs,
thtre don't appear an editoriil
worth reading. II a . edits the
county printing and fills up
any space in his columns thai
happens to ; be left, with
praise ot himself and abuses
of other people. He has
aboit a much idea of gran
mar as he has of the rules of
decency. He thn't know a
sentence from a phrase or a
paragraph from a pronoun.
Just now and then he attempts
to say something sharp and in
variably, re-enacts the feat of
Collin's ram, which it is id
beat McDougles bear in tbe
The late Democratic victo
ries ia Ohio and Indiana, it
will hardly occasion sui prise
to learn, are promptly echoed
in renewed Ku Klux outrages
in the South. In Shelby coun
ty, Kentucky, on Saturday
night last, a band of masked
men alter visiting a religion
meeting went to the house ot
one Thomas Ford, white, where
tbey whipped three negro a.
.and threatened Mr. Ford wnh
titer same treatment unless be
discharged the negroes employ
ed by Mm- From 'Fords tne
party went to the house of a
negro n'imed Barrington, and
called for him to come outbid.
Upon his refusal-to do so they
fired into the bouse, one bullet
striking the daughter , ol Bar
nngtoo, sixteen years old, who
was sleeping on the. floor, put
ting out her eye-and burying
itself in her shoulders, i Two
ot.the band then broke the
door, and, after cursing ; Bar
rington, rode off . At last'. ac
counts 'the' wounded. 'girl was
still living, but in Arpreean
ooi conditioniiirpito JJ v,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
A DiPATck Iroin Mhe llerald
office, BoMbu, sayrt- Butler is
i t i' 'me . a. n
procaoiy aeieaiea. Uanus is
reelected by 50)0. . ' .' ...
A dispatch iroiu tbe Re pub
Hcan office. New "T6rk says
mat Jones, Republican, is
viecicu ivegister ui new. mm
City! ' Dia msjoriiy.'at 7;30'p.
m , is estimated at 3 500. ".
Chamberlain is elected in
South Carolina. The opposi
tion Republican ticket was' de
lealed in that State. by five to
9 P. M. Reports from Bos
ton give Gaston a majority in
the city of 10 000 Hoar and
Peuce are elected, but Wil
liams is iu donbt. Dr. Ayer is
reported deleated. AlcClure
telegraphs from Philadelphia,
Rabbins, opponent ot U'armer
aud Myers is elected, .and Tor
rence. Democrat, probably" in
Pirsf District. . . .
10 P. M. A private dispatch
from, the Times' rffloe, New
York, says the retuins indicate
tnat tildeo'a maj -riy in,j the
State wiU , be '20,000, . Dix is
certainly beaten, though . Til?
.den's majority may, tal below
that estimate. ,,
A special from Columbia, S
C, says , (he Stale Committee
is confident ot the election ol
Chamberlain by 10k006 major!
ty ,: . . ; i.,t. ',.v
10:30 F. M -Special , from
the, Advertiser, offi -e, Boston,
says that 1 Butler, Ayer, Wil
liams, G toch,. and Alexander
are surely beaten; Butler bv
1.500, Ayer by : 1,000,. .Wil-
Hums by a few hundred, and
Alexander , by 2.000. Uooch
lost every town in his district,
except, his. own. Banks' ma
jority js 6 400.
The Slats U brobably 10000.
Sevens and Frost are doubt,
ful; George F. Hoar's majority
issniall.if anything. Special
from Pittsburg says tbat Has
kins, in seventy districts, leads
Negley 300, and tne Jatier is
almost certainly defeated
Tilden'8 majority at 11 p. m.
figured by Democrats in New
AcguoTA, Ga., No ember 3
Alexander II. Siepuens, lor
Congress, elected almost with
out opposition, , . j
L mmLLB, ov. 3 Rplurns
come in slowly from the S ate,
but dispatches to .the Courier
Journal . show DemocrahR
sains all through Kentucky.
It is probable tbat the Demo
crats have made a clean sweep,
electing all of the ten Coo
gressmen. WlLLMINGTON, DkL., Nov. 4.
2:30 A. M. Returns Irom tbe
Siale are incomplete, but tbe
indications are that all three
counties have gone Democrat
ic, and there is not a Republican
elected in the State.
PboVidenck, R; I.. Nov. 3.
Benjamin. T. Eames is eltcUd
to Congress in ihe First Dis
trict, and Lhlimer A. Ballou in
publicans. . '
Ilun.-w. The Republican
State ticket is undoubtedly
elected, but it is impossible to
say by what mi jnrity. 11
.New York- Nov. 3. The
Democratic State Committee
have received the following
uSnw Orleans, Nov 3,
"Wishive carried the Stale
by a iar majority. The col
ored reoLle in larice nomlter
voted openly and freely i'or.tlie
ueiiiOcraMO aud Conservaiivv
ticket. Gibron, Elli Moore:,
Spencer and L-vy are certain'
ly .elkcled Cungrex6men, , and
probably Ere ux. The elecion
was most quiet and peaceable.
Tennesse is DemncrMtio1
20,000 to 30,000.' In Michigan
the new constitution is defeat
ed, as also woman suffrage.
Peuns.vjvania, 10,000 Republi
can taj tUy.
In humming up the returns
irom ail portimii ot Georgia, so
lar as received, there appears
to be no doubt ! that the tier,
tion, will, jfive n undivided
Dr-m d' a ic delegation.'
'Scat'erii'g return-t fr(m all
pprts of Minnesota are recelv
ed, but nothing d. finite. There
is every probability that all
three Republican CoAgressmn
re elected bv reduced rah.ri
ties, aaaLueiepprem Judges.')
A sad tale of starvation and
actual death Irom want of lood
and exposure' comes 10 u Irom
Neliraskw.;; Seven thousand
people'within a few hours trav
el ol Chicago are in a terrible
state of destitution caused by
tbe ravages 'of the gr'asshop
perT'"Thev gravest of ' news
paper reports . of the tragic
condition , of affairs : in 1 the
country named ate confirmed
by the. statement of General
Ord, commanding the Depart,
ment of the 1'iatle, and can of
course be relied upon. i
. Tux Granite soldier, who is
to surmount tbe national mon
ument at tbe battlefiled of An.
tietam, has been completed,
and il claimed to be the larg
est figurs in sculpture out of
Egypt. Ue weighs over thirty
tons, and is Iwenty-one and a
half feet- high. -The gun he
holds is' eighteen feet long,
and : his shoe ih three feet in
length. The face is smooth
shaven, except a heavy mous
tache, aid is tbat ot a resolute
man;'-' ' ;
All the. girls, says Jennie
June, tow,, wear their, hair
combed back plain and tied
in a Chinese pig tail, or old-
fashioned queue at the back,
1 his is a revolution so com
plete, - after , the puffs and
braids, and chignons, and wa
tt-rial Is, that it detracts much
irom their ( appearance en
mas8eT and makes all women
appear suddenly to have grown
smaller and plainer. ,
Eight human skeletons were
exhumed a few days since in
upper Sandusky, which are
supposed to be those of an ol
deer and seven privates oi the
war of 18f2. They were lound
beneath a large tree, which is
believed to have been planted
over their 1 graves sixty two
years ago. ' ' '
Tbk great problem fur the
Democrats will be to know
nhai to. do with their victory.
Now that they have a pros
pect of coming into power,
they will be expected to ch ilk
out some posiiive line of poll'
cy. The capacity to say no
to every Republican yes will
no longer answer Cin. Com
Thi women of Cincinnati
have renewed the crusade
About lorty were on, the street,
a day or two ago. i . i !i i
Wimond a, Photographer. Chiilicuthe
gives eareful tteotion to making cop
ies of other p.orarea Pictures muy
made as lume as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made iq every wav
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature
from other pictures coined in the beet
styles in oil, water colors, ,,-Mon, pa
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all ciroura
OVICK ieh.rahy giten that k petition will
' ho preaealxd to the Gommiwionera of
Vinton CoiiDtY, Ohio, at their tint regular
aeaHioD, lo be held oa tha Aral Monday
Ueoemner, A. l. 1874, pray, og lor iheealab
ln.hin.oiof a "Countr hour' alonK the fol
lowing drwrlbed route in aaidt-ounty, to wit;
lifgiuuiugm the north end of Out tor liit
in the town of loAillur, in aaid ooiioly
Vinton, aod Slate of Ohio, and which taid
point la o the quarter keolloo line of xeotion
number tweoty-ooe, (No. g) township num
ber eloren, Mo. Iljand of range number .
eiittif n. (No. IT) and about teten and tnirty
eillht hundretha (l it) tbaina weal of ihe
quailer Kw tioii uoroer on tbe raetaida ofaai
aeaiioo, and ruooh.g Ih.oce, Hat, on (r near
aaid qi.rter rection line, aerobe the land ol
Utratii rJulbert to aaid -eouon line.and lliam
contmuinx enl on or Dear t he quarter sii.
line ol aevuon auniber tweaty-lwo, So
lownnlup and runxe alorreaid, between the
laadk ol Chr.Ur tTraouti aad i . K. Uixon on he
auuih, and the oioi landa of Mra. iinuil
Ward and Armioi.a Caldwell an . he nortu, u
a point ai or tha muik eaat corner irw
aoutb-aait q iarterof tha north-went quarter
ol aaid aertiou autukor twrtitylav, (i'4)
lown.bip number and mine aioriU;
Ibenuo iu s aoutb-eaHterly uiret: ou on Ih
laud ol aaid i. K. lii.m lo a puint npoo
le bank al the head of a email ravine, Ui
tanl about two and niualv bundretha (i
t-haiua; tlrtuoein a uiure aaiterly uirrvliou
aloug aaiu baoa to a point abul Ibn and
iwauly bundretha (4) eudmn dn-Uut;
theui ain a oorib-eaaierl) Uirettioo along the
urow ol aaid bauk, bai k to aaid quaru-r mo
tion line; ineuce eael, oa or near to, .ai l quar
ler aertiou Una, tu a polul at or seer, abere
beureea approach near to mid quarter
t lion line: Utvuc ia a north eaeierty direo
Uon aluug tne ban of aaid creek. 10 ueareat
aod beat ruuUi, 10 a point la the reuirr l tlx
road, at or near the gate, aud to fiool of Wil.
liam Uolu's blaakauiitb Bnop and tbera
Pd. MAMT mil oNbtu.
MoAnbur. Notmbr Sih, a. 1 1S74.
Dana Bnildingt-TJp 8tairs,'
THE UAS0I&HA1ILIN 0EQAN OU
Winner of THREE BI6BEMT MED
am ana uirLUMt 4r UV.NOH,
Vtennn. ia7:t. nw r-ana. la,J no om.r thm
FIS KT ASAORTHE.VT ol the BCbT
ABIKLT OMttAaa in lb WO. LD,
,uv,uu,uH ur. r.iirw who rrDi improve
menta,(ercAum)i ArnaA, a lormerl. hut
el-oon kaW PLANS Of CAJtV PAT.
ESTH. .h nifmi far. rai'le ever orf.rt-d.
OHi.ANr." UENTED WITH PKIVI.
LEAK OP PKMLHAaia- i elm...,
pan Ik. isouowr t,iraiinnl9.0oc
ttiiairawd ruome, and oirtaUra, with
mSprtieuUra,.aoi. fre on requital, id
lUso aAHLiar oneAHt'ol'
t . j mou,hom lork. M Cbwao. ii
CQEAPESTPUCE IX TLEC0LXT1
. Ml. I .i1
Frewh Drupi, Palnta, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuff, and Pure Liquors lor Me
diclual purpotes. ,
. Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps. Ilalr
Oik Pomade, Hair, Nail, Tooth, Flesh
and Clothes Brushes, Csmbs.
School Books, blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates. ..
Fine Cut Plug, t hewing ami Smok
ing Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes.
Lanterns, Lampi,Chlmueys, Shades,
A full line of Gold.Cornl. Jet, Topna,
Amethyst, Agate. Garnett Sets, Brace
lets, Finger and Ear Rings, Necklaces
Sleeve Butt jus. : i .
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Machines.'-
1 ' ""' r' !
' Sluslcal Instruments, Tuning f'o'rks
Violin and Guitar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and an end
less variety ol Toys. .
1 am also agent for all the Maga
zines, Periodicals, Literary and Dally
Papers, which I furnkb from three
days to a week lu advance of those
furnlbhed by mail. ,
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at ...
BAIN SIM'ARTntB, Om
WARREN PWETL4NH of Pirglnla City In
Montana Territory and Hlla wtlnd nf
Minneapnlm in Ihe ile nf Minnea. ta, will
take nntlr 'hat John Daiiuhertr of lb oonnir
of Vinton, in the-t le ofol.io, did. tn Ihe27ih
day nf AuiiikI, A l 17. fll hi ietitl"n in
Ihe Court of Common Pier within and for the
county ol Tinton. in ealri Siataof hio, awaint
aid Warren Mweilnnd.a.id Silaa Swethnd and
Joel n. Hweilund heir at law nf Joel Q. PwM
land. deceaHed, and Angelina Hwetlnnd In
widow ol Joel il. Hwetland, deceiei, and aa
admiaiatratrii nl hia ebiie. and n. C. Jnne,
deienrtant. Ming tnrth that the aaid loel G.
Sweiland, deopael, while in foil lite, and Ihe
raid Angelina Sweiland tiemg then hi wife
gut a morfBBil''' to the Mid John I'acghe ty
oninlota 27'i 273 and 274. in the tillage of
Mi-Arlhiir, Vinton county, i 'hinjalao.O" n lot
275 and a much nfl of the aoiilh eide of n-lot
fftaa will t.orrepnnd with the aouth line of
th graveyard neingabniil r( unid I'll .'7(1 be
the earn more or leaa Mi lota being known
aa "Hwetland'e Htahle Lnte," to i-eoi're the
payment of I27S with S per rent intercut, an
cnrdinv to a certain note re'erred lo in aaid
montage, and that aince the gtvi g nt aaid
mortgage,, the aaid Joel (I. "wel'and hade
parted thi hie; that the aaid Angel.pe wet
land ia adminiatratnx l the aaid JoelO Awel
land.l dec aaed, and, thil the aaid Warren
Hweiland, Milaa Mwetland, and Joel O gwet
land are heira at law ol Ihe aaid Joel . , Pwet
lano, decenaed. and thai Ih aaid Homer'!.
Jooeaclaima lo hare an Intero.t in tha prem
ise deaenhed in and petition by a certain
mnrtgaae deed prior to the mortgage of plum
tilt, and praying that the Court may Hnd the
amou.it due the plain: id, and if Ih aame he
not paid within a ehert d to he named by
the Courl, that aaid premiaea may he aold to
Iy the er.me, and thai Ihe naiiC Homer O
Junea I, ordered to aet forth hi aaid mort,
gate 'laim. that the Court may determine tbe
priority of leina al Ihe hearing thereof; and
Ihe taid Warren wetland and i!aa wetland
are notified that they are required to appear
and nwer aaid etiiicn on or belnre the third
Sattitdir atler the 22 day of tciober, A. 1)1874
iMIed 8 tember IS. 1S74.
B H. W. CorLH.e, hi. Attorney ew
HO! FOR MARYLAND!
Cheap farm, an page pnmph.et free Conn
J aap.tO cent. J. K. MINORA, Kaaton.Md.
Paint and Second Streets.
Ha race I Tad at Coal PHoaia fullMaorimcnt o
it . . i ,
DSIS8 GO0D3 IN lAT'ST STYLES
Domestic. Coton and Woolen Goods
i Of all kiudt,
rianntts. Blankets, Shawls,
Jean. Catstmeren. v
: terproof t lot Its,
r.r. Superior oalitie o ; ....
Black 8Ilks Alpsoca and Mohairs.
1.000 Pieces of Gr Gnain Eibbons,
ail ilk at tn cents per
j u ., Yard, f ,-
SPLENDID SASH RIBBONS
ab To 5 CEJTT8 PER ro.
' -i ': . '! I'.H ,! , t ' i ' '.
. . !.: ! ! . A n,w (oet fCarpetlti. . .
BETJS8ZIS 3 PLY ASD ISQEIIH
FrlcM at ir m bl mux in Stark et.
.... ... i . . , t - , j .
Sujat ar lavritad lo axniq. , , , ,
Blate of Ohio, mutton Count y
; ; B . B. LmdloT, PlaintlS.
- L.B. M4J)Atd (!. dthadant.
In Vinton County Court of Cutnmon
Pleas An Urdtr of Bak.
T)UR8Ct tT to Ih eomi)d of is OrttarvT
i Half, mimed from tli Court of Ctmoion
Flea ofVintoo Count), and iettidlrctd
ShanB ofaaid'counly, I will offer bi tale al the
door ol the Court Houaa. 10 tha Iowa at MeAr
thun Vloloa Couoif, Ob io. on
BatUiday, too 21st Day 6f Ifoyem'
fair. A. D. 1874.
al tha hoUr oft o'clock, P. If. ofaaid day, ih
following de'r1bd landaand Unerreota, ail
ual In lliecouolfof Vinioa ad Stale ol Ohio,
and ta (ha lahip or Harrlaoa and bound
d and dewnbed aa follows, la wiK Tha
i-outn-we-l quarter (a w or aecUnn No. (ft)
flta, towaahip Mo. (t) nine, ranga Mo. (It)
aineleea, eoniaimng Vii tw-I"0) one liuaHred
and Iwontjr Iwoandvt-ior'aoroa.acnordian
a United State toriry. mora or laa.
ppntise al one huuaxred dollara, (I'.OO)
and mutt brn two-third, ot thl mm.
To be aold aa lb properly of L. K Man.
Beld. el al, to aatief) aa order ol tale, leaned
from the Court of Ootnmoa Pleaa m fetor
Henry B. I.lndley
TERMS OFbALE: Caah m head on Ih day
ebentt Vinton county.
October ttd. 1874.
VKHT GREATLT IMPROVED In form n
iheelawa, and the more complete ihield
PC of the purle anbjert to wear, by metal
pate, niakinc them wear Jlee urn- a. lea, and
do Ihe work feeler and eaaier than any other
bueker. Mad of Ihe rer beat call leather,
m Inurniaea, right and lelt handed Hampla
-"nl prepaid on receipt of price Half Oloeaa
II. 1; Full OloTea, tS to per pair Libera
diwounlin quantitiea Auk your men'hant
or eddr.8 UALL EUSKINO GLOVK CO.
Chlcngo, III, , ,
A NFWCHROMO F0BI870
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oner I br a publisher.
Term S3 per annum. Foreiraularoontaia.
Ing term for cluba, lo addree. L. A. 00'
V$i, Pbilatelphm. Pa. i .
Sell Your Old Barrels.
4.I.D BlIlatELH BOICIIIT Will gir
f 1 Ml to l so recti lor all good iron-bound
Iwrrol delieered at these orka- lo be paid
for in oil.. Carbon and high leal burning oi
lubricating oil will be aold at Ih' loweel mar
EXCELSIOR Oil. WORKS
W . Is, CuUITr K. l'ro ilrtor,
, . Freedom, Bearer Co., Pa.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
IMiuF. F(tLKHS GHKA1 0l;K
Oa Maakaod, Wn.anka anal their
Alaluai Int. rrrlatiowi Lv., lie Law.
Pwertete. A;ente re eelling Irnm 16
xt I'opic. a day Mend for aperimeo pagei
and terms to agenla and aee why it aellafaal
er than any other book Addreaa National
PtiBLtaaixa Co , Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago,
111 , orei. loui., no,
C. J. BULINGIIURST,
FHQTO GR APHER,
and dealer in all kind of
carelnlh done, and tha roalleat pioturea
enlargrd to any ie, aad
Finished in Oil.
o any other stylo (hat may be detired, at
iMtut and inely Rnialieil Photoerrapka
eaa be aiarie frwta old and faded.
cralcked picture. .
Pictures of all kinds framed
and all work warranted lo gi latlahotion.
I may I87;t
Times Tor Holding; I'onrts
Ibe Sevenlh Judicial '
' ' . , .
PVR8CANT to anthorliT of law. It la herehjr
ordered Ih t the aereral term ol tha Wt
Co'iiiniin I'lraa an ' the Uiitrlet (lonrt within
for tb,pmaib Judicial Dlatrlet for Irw.Tear
IOTA, .halt ha held In the reipecIlT count
thereat a, fcllow'
. i ; , Dlatrlet Court.
Waih Inrton, Arll 8; Melca. April It- Odlla',
April I A; Lawrence, Ap II IK; Scioto, April
Fike. April V, Perry. J.niurj 4, Auiiit23;
Falillrld, Ana,nalt; Hucklnir, January il. An
Itnl i; Allien,, Ja iurj 18, Septemher ;
lu, .ptubr 6; Jackaun, September V.
Fatry January JAj MJ 3; September tT.
Huckina February 16; Hy 24; Octvler
fairaeW-ata i Juu.7; o.aibr. , ,
: iaoiia waDivtuuM. ;
lawresee January U; Mav 4j Separator
Srloto- March '1; May I; Oclnbar 11.
Jackacn-rrbroar, 22; May 24; O. tobar IS.
Pike Mar. h au; Jane 21; Murember IS
Vii ton-T.liruary 8; May- S, September 14.
Till aoisirpioii, ,
Oal'le rrbraart I; April it; September IS.
MetK reUraery 22; May IT; t)otober4.
Wa.biitia rebroary 2; May IT;UctubartS.
A time March 12; Jul 14; Moreniber 10
Aud II I Inrtlier ordered that doe record
publloaUoa of lb foiegoiuj be aad aeourdlnc
Wltneaa our hand, Ibia Kith day of eVptea.ber
A. P. 174. .
81 1, AS B. WBIOHT,
JoUN J HAKI'EB,
T. A. PLAHTs.
BBASTU8 A. GUTHBIX,
Ttirro ooirrr, a. J" -I.O.
W. Holland, t lark of lbCort of Ooai
aua P)aadoriBIttrlet Ornti within
fur aaid onuiy aad out, d betby rtily
nrgolf to b u ae eopy Of' tbe i.rftnal order
for buli.ln lonrta aow oafll Ir aiy ffloa,aa
tend UB tha luorule.brf . .
t - IT1
l.5 8. j. US
w rraae, aiy Bau and ttu aeal of
vunn vi uiuuui rwaa at HoArthur
tbl tk day of UctoOer, A. D. 1274
w. w. nvtibAMD,
UwdarAmu , :
K THAI W Him l ,
j'.it-,Ji .; v J.ji Uuli.
SCHOOL BOOKS, , ,!
8CH00L STATIONEET, '
PENS, INK- INKSTANDS,
1 ;'. ... S ........ f.
And all ether articl required y paplU, Ju
recld aod oBtrad at, , , .. ; ; pi
Plain, Fancy, and Initial"
Paper and envelopes ler . ?
" - ,. 'U
l.rf al Taper and Dlanks , .
of nil Descriptions. .
Full supply and
WOLF, PEAECE & CO.'S
' - i .3
Corner of Usin and Market Streets,
Mo ARTHUR O, .
NEW SPRING STOCK
LADES' FANCY GOOD
NCW l)lei Of , ..;! ,. .., -: f
IN ALL NEW SHADES, ., i j. t
Jute Braids, .
, Also a largo sasnrtmeiitof
Bleaching;. Pressing-, Pi mrdeirr,.
and all ' kinds of Millinery .
Work dona to Order on
.. ih rt Notice,
Give m a call. We will el' lower
than ever. - -i i
T. P AV C. A. DUNK 1 1 ,
i Main at MeArthu O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRAICK IIELL91A2V, Afenf,
At hi ne lae of boaln. ' ' '
GOBI'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHIOH
Spring and Summer Cloihlnj
EVER brought to thi market, mbrarin(
nil the luteal aud moat fuahionabt el j lea.
i'Ui in accordance with Ih laleet laahioo,.
When you want a uohby ami don'l tail lo eall
on Krank. It ale CUTe and
Makes Garments I to. Ordeh
and ha a full line of
HATS AND t APS, AC. ;
II Holhina: marked down lo the LOW. 1
EST FIUUHES. Gire me Oall and I wit
2apr FRANK HELI.MAI. 1
Manhood! How Lost, How Eestored !
J oaf onniieif il, a . ww edi '
fUoa t Dr. C'olTerwell'a
J Celebrated Eaw.jr on lb
radicai ear twilhoiil nimti
cine) of -raaaiToaiiHoa., or Haminal Weak,
peaa, InToluniary Seminal Loaaea, laporaaci.
Mental and Pbyaioal Incapacity, Impedimeau
to Marriaxe, etc., alao, Oiaeuaerioa, fcriLar.
ar.and Hia, induced by MlMudulgeac or e
Ual eatrataganc. .,
rrrire in a aealed eOTelone, est real.
The celebrated author in Ihia admirable
ay clearly demonetrata from a thirty '
auuccaafiU praitioe, that the alarming cone-,
quenoea ofaell-aliaa may he radical y cared '
without Ihe daacrroae o of Intel! medi.
in or th appliealioa mi the kaife; amaua
outa mod ofcore! ncimplcertata aaa)
eflertual, by meana of which erery aulkrer,
no mailer what hi condition may be, may
cure himaelf cheaply, privaielv, and owdMslaa, .,
9-ihia Lei Uire ibould be in the hand of
erery youth aad erery ana to tbe laaaX r- t
, -nt, und, r aeal, in a plain enrelop. to oy
add.e, eteM sa eaiptol lizcent, er
two poet atampa. i i ' '
Alao Dr. Dulrerweir "Marrian8aidJ'
Addrewtn poWiahera. i
- CU AS. J C BLINK A CRT...
127 Bowery, New York, Poet Ufflo Boi, MMf
GET THE BEST
i' , . .
IBATI reopened aiy coal bank, aad eaa ,
prepared to kll order for en I in quaatilietv
to auit purehaaar. I wUl aell a cheap aa
coal of th aam qualilT oan be obtained eia-.
HORTON'S: CORNET BAKU.;
H. W. HORTON, a.0ader, '
Mc ARTHUn, ' OBIOa
HATINO lately pnrchieed a aaa'aaa kaad.7
aome band wagoa, aod are prepared to .
rurniah Kood muaie oa appliealioa, to alii
point id thi oraqjoiatDg oooou. Addr,.
a.abor , . t , . ; v rJun4nryf
- WAddraa n. Snatoa; -A. Oo,
1-nrtlaa.i. Ma SJtJ
t WKKK anaraataeaV to wial .
and feroai aavnla lettttaxrlaoaj J.)
! -i ' . rcoiara iraoii n . . viva.
.Ud.'.tJWcq.AMayu, MA., u Ut
... wmn'MDinilHffl 11.
W wilt aeadj the , Koortl and; tbty.
CiDoinnati aieUe to sublexibers on.