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the Vinton record.
7 ' MoAKIUUlt; OHIO,
,', tHUHSDAY. OEC. 2. 1874
, ? Tl Vinton Uncord new paper and
Job offic li for m! at a bargain to a
ah lujcr. Appljr to or addreai
JOUN T. IUPKK, McArlhur, 0.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
Bnss Tweed Itont and Lmp.
ty 8toren l.'tononij The
. Trade of the City Strikes
and lidbor Herjrli The Lln
t .' uor Donlers-UusiueHS-ileulili
aii I Weather.
NEW YORK, DEC. 23, 1874.
. The wicked old man is on
the surface again. Tired ol
living in prison, knowing that
Qor. Dix Rill not pardon him.
and that the Governor elect,
daro not,if he would, he appeal
' ed once more to the courts. He
, Was taken out of prison on a
writ of habeas corpua,and ta
ken before the court, where
he petitioned to be discharged
on the score that the court
that tri?d him had no jurisdic
tion. Judge Barrett decided,
of course, against (he illustri
ous thief, and back he went.
Wednesday night a rumor pre
vailed that he h(.d given the
officers the slip, and had got
away to Europe, and the lie
was lor an hour generally
'credited. It was the more
readily believed, for everybody
knows that if the Boss has the
money he is credited with, he
can buy his way out without
trouble. And the comment up
on it was not encouraging to
one who wants to believe m the
honesty of mankind. "I am
'glad the old man has got
away," said one merclnnt in
my hearing. "Why glad?" I
asked, "Oil, he has enough,''
was the reply. And that was
the expression of a full half of.
the people. Curious, isn't it
Here is a man who plundered
the tax-payers for years in a
way that would have made a
pickpocket blush a. man who
stole right and left, not only
for himselt, but a horde oi fol
lowersa man who, by sheer
stealing and an aJroit use of
what he stole, held the city
and State in the hollow of his
hand, and even aspired to the
control of the country; hit
thief, swindler, and robber is
itied by the men he plunder
ed! 1 can't help but think that
the men who pity him, envy
him, and that, placed as he
was. would have done the same
thing. The newspapers of the
city, to their credit be it said,
insist on his being kept where
he h till lm full term expiree.
Public opinion will probably
keep him there till he buys his
And spaaking of the Boss,
Uov. Dix did a good thing the
other day. He supposed, as
did all the world, that the ro
tund old thief was dressed in
stripes and doing prison duty
the same as other criminals.
Becoming better iuformed he
addressed a communication to
Mayor Ilavemeyer, protesting
against giving the man who
had plundered the city of $20,
000,000, a suite oi rooms, ser
vanfs, citizen's clothes, ard
other luxuries, and of allow,
ing him visitors at hi s own
pleasure. Very properly, the
Governor characterized this
discrimination between one
thief and another a a "mock
ery of justice." But the pro
test will do no good. The
Boss has means at bis disposal,
and b will be a prisoner of
state as long tas he chooses to
RENTS AND EMPTY STORES.
The exorbitant "rents de
manded on Broadway are tell
ing on that street. Between
the Astor Ilnuse and 14th
street there are over one hun
dred elegant stores, in the win
dows of which are displayed
the disheartening legend "To
Let," and this legend is grow
ing more common daily. The
Broadway owners put up rents
jear after year, without any
regard to the value of the
property. 112,000, 115,000,
$20,000 per annum were com
mon figurei.. Thia wat all well
tnough during the war ana I lie
fl.it.li era that followed it, but
when (he pinching times c.irne
it could not. be endured. No
business that could bo trims
acted on tli? premises could
pay tliia rent, mid honse after
homo went down in the vain
endeavor. The landlords would
not reducelor hey had faith
if Smith wouldn't keep the
store-Jones would be glad to
lake it, and as they had be
come accustomed to living in
the style of 20,000 recta they
did not like to come down.
But smith either quit busi
ness or he went over to some
of the side streets, and Jones
knew too much to go into ruin
blindfold, and so the f tores are
empty. This Is as it should be.
There is no reajon in keeping
up to war prices in anything
and rents ought to be the first
to come down. True, it depre
elates real estate; but why
thould it hoi? There is noth
ing made by calling fifty cents
a dollar. Men can not labor
forever for landlords.
And, by the way, speaking
ol "coming down," there has
been and is being
practiced at this time. Gentle
men who, a year ago were in
the habit ot stepping into their
fashionable Broadway tailors
and paying $100 oif 150 for uu j
overcoat, without asking (he
price, are not doing it to any
alarming extent. They go into
the Bowery and the other
cheap streets, and buy (or $30
to $50 what they would have
to pay $75 to $100 lor on
Broadway. And they find
.hat a pair ot boots made on
a cheap street ior $10 looks
just as well and wears just as
long as the pair thai Hie pre
tenuous Broadway maker cool
ly ask, and gett, $18 lor. Tins
style el economizing is gel
ling to be very popular. Men
joke about it and lake a pride
lu it. And, to iho disgust oi
the high-priced bars, thousands
ot llittn have changed their
drinking places. They get
tlifir modest quenches or their
bliff iuvigorators at the quiet
places around the corner,
where 10 cents does as much
toward bending them into a
drunkard's grave as 25 or 30
would at the fasionable bars.
Ol course there are plenty of
noodles who still submit to be
fleeced as of yore, but the
nuiuler is growing smaller
every day. Let us hopu that
it will continue until we g I
down to ante-war prices. That
is what the country wants. Ii
is impossible to hold up to Mi
old key, and the sooner wo all
drop the better.
NEW YORK AND TRADE.
New York is beiig exercised
once more about losing a por
tion of its trade. It is a fact
that the grain trade is going
to Boston and Baltimore very
rapidly, and that the prospec
is good that the remainder will
go to those cities. New York
has depended so long upon her
natural advantages has so
long believedtbat theContinenl
must come to her, that she has
got arrogant and lazy' as well.
She is content to have grain
taken out of cars and carted
to vessels, and to have a horde
of leeches fasten upon every
bushel and 6uck the lite out of
it. In the meantime, Balti
more, which, by the way. is
nearer to Toledo and the other
grain centres, bulb's splendid
elevators, which she can han
dle grain at a nominal cost,
and Boston does the same. The
Baltimore and Ohio Rod,
whose arms cover all the ter
ritory that produces anything,
refuses to go into combinations,
and the result is, that this im
portant traffic goes there. Bal
timore has captured the coffee
trade, Boston jobs her own
manufactures, and New York,
the best point on the continent
for trade, sits and mourns.
But this is not all. The .Vest
is not content to remain tribu
tary to New York. Chicago,
St. Louis, Cincinnati, Toledo
and (he other great cen'res are
importing on their own ac
count from Europe, and are
handling domes'ics as well as
New York. Consequently, ihe
mourners go about the streets
of the metropolis. ' And all
this because the rilv has d
penned upon her natural ad
vantages" and forgotten that
enterprise can do awav wi'h
disadvantages, and remedy
what nature has left undone.
New York has ot to do some
thing to hold her supremacy.
Tor lb Vintua hVcca.
Adulteration of Tea, Coffee, Su-
Ed. Record: The tollvwtng
facts may be of some interest
to your readers:
Tea is adulterated to a large
extent, not only with leaves of
various kinds, including ex
haasted tea leaves, but, by In
organic substances, such as
sand, quartz and magnetic ox
ide ot iron; this latter sub
stance according to Mr. Bell in
it paper read before the London
Iloyal Society is "rolled op in
side the leaf." 'The facing," to
quote from the same paper, 'Tor
green tea is composed o'
French chalk and Prussian
blue. Exhausted 'tea leaves
are rolled up with gum water
and then dried.
The adulteration of coffee
can only be successfullv acorn
plished alter it it is roasted and
ground. A simple way of de
lecting the presence ol chick
ory, the coruon adulterant ol
coffee, is to sprinkle a little of
ihe suspected article on the
surlace of water, in a glass
when each particle of chickory
becomes surrounded with
an amber colored cloud
which: spreads in streaks
through the water until the
whole is colored. Wi h pure
coffee this does not occur until
the lapse ot a quarter ot an
hour. Chocolate is easily
found in an unadulterated state.
It frequently contains every
ingredient except tlio only true
one cocoa, ll ii generally
composed of Lurnt flour, beef
marrow, ground shells of co
coa, finely pulverized with a
Teppt r can not be adultera-
t d with succeKS unless ground..
The article palmed fl on the
public as "pure ground pep
per," consists of really but a
small per cent, of pepper, but a
largnper cent, of bean and pea
meal, rice, and the bran nt
most of the cereal, (Jhilies be
ing ad led to restore the pun
gency. Sugar is ndulteruted largely
with sand and also with a
chemical combination of old
rags, saw duet, paper and sul
phuric acid. ' Honey drip'' and
lonlnoti ' filriin' ara miula Inun
this delectable compound ol
litis there is not the shadow of
a doubt Doubtless there is a
pure brand of these articles in
market, but many times they
are adulterated by the nbove
named disgusting element,
chemically treated. One way
of detecting the spurious nrli
cle is by putting a portion of it
in a quantity oi tea; if it con
tains anything except Ihe pure
juice of the cane, the tea be
comes of a dark, inky color and
unpalatable. Doubtless, the
lover ot "honey drip" and "gol
den sirup'' will mourn, as we
all do when our idols are un
masked and we find them wood
or stone, or anything rather
than that which our fancy pic
tures them. But console your
selves with the comforting re
flection that, old rags, are not
rid rags, when converted into
sugar. The nice, pure (?) can
dies so attractive in device and
color contain very deleterious
adulterants. Plaster of Paris
is used olten by unscrupulous
manufacturers. Think of a coat
( that in a child's stomach!
For two-thirds . ol the candies
made are coneumed by chil
dren, and now that, the holi
days are approaching, and can
dies of ail kinds and descrip
tions will be in Ihe ascendant,
it becomes the parent's duty to
select only those kinds which
are known lo be pure. It you
are incredulous, place a piece
of Ihe pure (?) candy in a glass
or watnr; if adulterated, a sedi
ment will remain at the bottom
of the glass, while, if pure, no
sediment will be found.
C. C. S.
Onb of two burglar, named
Douglas, who wa niortnlly
w-ouniled while attf mpliitfr in
n b the reeioenre of Ja itrc Van
Brunt, near New Y rk Uiiv, on
Sunday night, week, declared
l-efure dying, that his Bccom-
UOSS. the litt le hnw u h a.
MUVO K IDH Sill HIKJIIL l.liuriia I
Hlwlucied from Ins Lome n.r
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rniiauelpaia on toe IkI t)i Imsi
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UV' : t, .; "; ' - ,: '
A lkadiko citizen of our
county, who is a noble hearted,
generous fellow,- but who' has'
the . misfortune to get under
the control ol King Alcohol
occasionally, had a well known
courtesan arrested for stealing
ninety five dollars from bim,
while he wasiu her social deal
fall. List Tuesday, the frail
damsel was taken before Jus
tice Payne, but the trial bad
not proceeded far before the
prosecutor ordered the Court
to dismiss the rase at his cost,
which was done.
No evedance was 'heard in
the case but from what' we
learn of the circumstances
there are some poir.u in the
case tending very strongly
. Last Sat unlay while Ltfay
elte and Joseph Spr-igue were
out hunting, and weie passing
through Wyman'd gap' on. the
old railroad bed. they espied
something dark behind some
bushes, and going up to see it.
they found it was a leather va
lise, they .picked it up and re
turned to town, and took it to
Dowds' store, where it was
opened, and found lo contain
one pair of cassimere pants,
two shirts and a blacking brush.
Messrs. Dowd recognized Ihe
clothes as belonging lo them,
being clothes, that had been
taken solno weeks ago when a
burglary was committed at
their store. The articles prob
ably were too bulky and
weighty to suit the burglars,
consequently they left them.
The Democratic Cincinnati
officials nave not yet . deter
mined whether to ppy 00 cents
a square for adverliM ig or 37J
cents. ' In the meantime, un
til they shall Iiavt) made up
their minds, they are paying
$1 per i-qiiare.
Tug lather ol Charlie Ross
offers $5,000 reward lor the re
turn oi Ihe stolen boy, and
promises to ask no questions.
The pracii h! work in behab
of the Springfield. Jackson &
Pomeroy it. Nnrriw Gauge mid
Iron Road will begin " this
week. . '
A Roman 'Oathoho weekly
paper, lobe edi'ed by Bishop
Uoecranv will he started in
Columbus, on the first -jHiiunry.
HENRY W. COULTRAP,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
' ' ' ' '-AMU '
JIcAHT.il R, OHIO.
OFFICE. -Kooord lliiilding, up stairs.
N otic a.
HaVINO clnfd on my ror.aKioni bni.
neaa ti. Chilli. ..the. mtrno. hetaecn Ihe
middle or ;niury ho.i the nrn of Ai.ril.tu
make linef nsitMo
Bainbridge, Frankfort, -Waverly
where I ah'all be plemed (o attend lo anv cals
th't maj be made upon me All work in
tln line performed in auperior manner
Mde-tr a. W. H.WB, lnti.i.
WKKKLT, AND UAII.T FOR 187.
The airox(!li of Iho Preai.lential election
ie lunueiial impnrtani-e 10 ihe eieuuand
develoiiinenu of 1874. We i-IihII endenvor lo
TM FW Fa!? 'v''it'i' U'V "", "1
I ii B Kil.i -UN hie nowxitMined avir-
enlxlion o' Orer teren'jr ih.iuno. (Hii.iee I in
readera are found in evenr um and I'errito
r, and ita qnnljiT ia well known lo I he publiu.
We shall not onlr endeairor to keep a niii.
up to the . Id Htnndard, but to improve aoj
add lo ll Tariety and power.
THR WEEKLY SUN will continue to be a
lhironh newnaprr. All Ihe uewe oi ihe urn
will be round in It, eondeueeu when iioimuii.
anl. l full e npt'h when of luoiurnt, uil .
wa. e lrnt, treated u a ulenr, loiereatiu
ad inatnictiire m auner.
It in our aim to tnoKe Ihe WEEKLY bVS
f'e Mtot iMi.i.ly uen,iaper HI tlia wort I. .
u. or mil u. omeruiuiuK and apirouriMe
icu.lxui (mi) ort, but will print nutumg
iu ouruu . He mux vrui.uiuue au i i. nuaie
uwie. it Wuia.wauoubt.u t.-.e ino.l iniereat
uijt nutiivm mu.i luiuauvea ol the Ua, caieiulK
tticvmu a..u "i-K.u.) pi luted.
ma Ag.H ui.u.ai feimtiiuent is proinio
eul ieaiuie iu toe vr.R.Kl. olIM, .ud u. ar
t.vie will aiaua W) iuuuu irean aud Ualul lu
loo number ol iiienioder-eodeut m politics
la luuiewi.., aU lue M cthLY eOiN la their
paper eafcvwii. II Kiug to no parly aud
unv)a uu uiliuiiuu, vuuieudius; lor priuu. pit,
auu lor tlie eleviiuu o. Him ua-.t llitu. n at
po.ta His L'Uriupt.uu lli-.tiiiagraves theeoun
it) auu tluoHtcui. iuc uveriliru ul repuUicau
luei.iutiuua. 11 ruu uu liar ol kue, aud
aeeaa uu wvora irwiu tneir aupportera.
Iliu iiiaieiul eter) aluaaud Ihe laehions
ie r. p..runl iu ila coluuiu.
liie puce ul ilia .civL.r 8UN iaondol
lar a )rr lur a aiieet o. ei&lit Ju.gaa.auU ItllJ
aucoluuiua Aaliua barei) p.ye lherxiuas
vl papci aud pr.utuix. at aia uut aula lo luaae
au uikuuu. ur ailue auj.renuuiii lo ireauda
w.liu wa uaM) rwml tliuita lo raleuu It
ciouUlioo. Uu.ler l lit. uea Uw wiihio rO'
tpiiir pUi-t..Ka iu aunauuV) oue dllUi a rr,
a.tutwtuit eeiiia, itie;o:ol prr anl iwatege
auu. d, la lue laie ui auliavtipiiun. It le uut
Dei-earnr) lo art up avlub in . iuci to liate toe
VtahKI.I bLA i.t Hint rate. An) one wliu
aru.ia oue duilaraud iwea.y coots will get the
pap.r, piepaiu mrajenr.
Me hae ue iraaehna: aonia .
tUt, H 1.11. hUSI.-Eight pages,
HraMlid N.t m.ii. I....I.I.
'fe lAH. ).- Ir. barma
Bfll atlSaS ...r all Las. e. It aaa a-DL atlill Rina. IN
.... tf.il, n.na. I.
oente. ailheoni h..ii, o.tage prepai ssj
eie amount. or ooyr. juiuivrl
10r otrr.a diarou..! .1 80 ier leal.
E8TAPI-18BID IMS. "TRYlTFOKKTS.
THE OHIO FARMER,
The Jarff-M, hiost Interextliir,
f tuernriMiiiff nun VHiiuiiie
Farmer' Pper Publisher.
, Head the Terms.
Si nil subscription, M Issues, po stsge' paid.
Id club of 10 or oyer, postage pud, fl.M
We nt food agents everywhere, end onVr
Tory liberal par lo all ho will work lor us
expend tnt Soi"lron Cpl, fr.
AudrtM OHIO FAH91KII, Cleveland, O.
500 PIANOS & ORGANS
New end rtrniid hand. aFirvt Olax ..iar
wdlatwMef Lower Price or talk mrcm inlftl
ir.enin. trfotnut faClir or -ount'V, during
lliee Hani i iinea ead It Holilr J HilK
At'E WATKKH bN, 4l Hruailway, linn
tfti before ottered in Near York aenla
wanldn Hill Waiera' New Hrale fianne and
Cnnnrlo "rvHiir. lluli'alrd raixlimue,
Mailed, (treat H dil-eineulfl lo Ihe Traces.
A Junp discount lo l eai here, N miner i,
L'hun hen, Lo.lua, Hi-hnoia, eft.
EPILEPSY E PlTSrnred hy Ihe in" of
Km' um mmt i'w a ' ai H.li'i m r.piiepiii
Reuie'liea. '1'rtnl Package free. Fur rin-ii
l.irx. evidence of u. ifa, ., addrea KObS
BKOS., Hii-hmond, lod.
SCOTT'S LIVER 11 LI.S. re all ihe go,
UeoUie Il pfup'e like itieQ no
t"tOni"f ,v ' home. Teroii free.
: wddreaa uo. btiksoi a Co..
WEEK miaranleeJ to nmle
and frmme axenialn ihfirlo. nl
it t:ou f'i'llirvu lo iry it.
Parlli uNra Iree. I' VlCK.
i-KV CO., Aiiicuala, Me.
Geo. P. Rowell & Co
conduct an aiton 7lo' Ihe rtoeption of a I
tertiaenients lur Ai.erioan Nawapaptiia Ihe
moat comolete eaialiii'liment ol the kind in
Ihe woild Nx thousand Ni'iks are
k.pt reKiilail on ftlf, oi .n lo iiiaiieciion tiv
'Uaiuiner.. Evurjr Adrerl aeaient la laK. n
at the home price f ihe paprr, without any
additional ch irge or ominiaaion n adver
liaer, in dealinit with the 4wr, ia eaved
Irouhle an l t'orreapond. nt-e, making one
rontrael inairad of a ilmn, a hiinilri-d or
thouaapil. A Dook ot riM In v
ini( liata ol. brat tnpera, and all puhliculiout
wliu bare sirvinl y Hliil.le to adrrrliera,
'lh a.ime inloroiullon alatut pn.-ea. is aril I
FUEB to any aii.lreaa on spplii-ation. per.
si.ua at a diM-inre wiahln to make eont.ai-la
for advrrtiainn in any town. iitr. vuunti'.
blateor lerntoiy ol the IVle.l Htaloa.or any
i-u.uun ui uie I'l.iiiiiiiou oi uiinaim, mnv aenit
a enru-i.e "Uirinrnl ol lut thev wnnt, to.
vlher with a rnpy or Hi Adrerilacuif nt
hey ileir un-rte I. aid will re ! .i .
lion l.y r'turn mall ah h will enahle tlirin to
u.i-iue aheiher to in -n-a-a or re lii.-e Ihe or
der. For am-h n foriiiHtion there ia no
rhnrna. Urdera are la wn Tor a amnle naper
aa wel aa lor a lit; for A ainirle iloh ir hi
readily aa for a larger aum. Offices ('runes
41 Park Row, N. Y
last lAM'K itpTKKT Rtti or I'mio, I
U luhsvs, J.sn. I8T4. . J
lTRtE.tS, Ihe tMKM.MN IN-UKWiiK
C'iiVHiNY, looaled at I'liicaun, in the
Mate of lllinoiH. ha 11 M in Ji.ih oHI e a
aaor.i Mnieinetil, hy the pro! er officer
Iheieof, ahoainu it . coi.ditiou ia.1 h'i-iri.
and haa i-..ii..ip,: hi n le-pm ia. wilh III
I'.aa id Una Smle, reliitiHK to Kire liiaiirnri'e
(..iiin.ii..a, ln.'i.pori.led hy otlu r dlnlra oi
the rnded Miaiea '
NOW I'MEItKKi'lin in pur-iiani'e of law, I,
WIILIAM . LlllihC'll aui.ero.ia.,H...t ..I
Inaiira lice ol liie l:ite of III. I n hrl,v m.r
lifv Unit anid I'.iinpiui) ia anllioiii l .. rV.it.
J"! it apiroi.:inie l.ll-inea of t'IRK IX.
SUB A X CE in Ihia Mate, in b-.omImii.-h with
ia iiuriiiK .tie eurienl year. The eon linon
mo l.u-iur. of emd coiiipany al Hit dale ol
ndll tiitemant (Dcveinlier MUI. Ia7.l i
ahoa-n a f. Unas: . . .
A axrettale amount of anil.itle a.
aei tmT.om in
KXieiMteamonni of hnliiliiiaa. c.
Net e.eol. :. ffia. 41
Amount oiHclnnl pnid nppnpi!nl ini,H it) iai
Ainoiioi of income for Ihe yor in
Amount of xprniliiiira for the
ynr m ea.ii, -.i:i.!WS Tl
IN WII'iM4 Wll F!R KOr", I liav har. un
to aiitia. rihod mv iiainx, and uniiaed the anal
of my otBce I.t be allixed the rtnv mid year
ah'.ve written. . W. f. OIKTUHH,
i . i rm,
111 8ECONO HTI.EET,
ror.TMioi TI3, OHIO,
Watch and Clock Ma
terial, Spectacles, Etc.
WITCH KEPAIHIXUilnne by fx p..
rlenced workmea Liber.il discount to the
Shrader & Betz,
80UTH Sinn SKOfiNI) STREET, HETW'EN
Keep conatanlly on hand and nianufaoture to
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES EXPRESS
OF THB BEST HATFMAL AS'D WORK MAS
Doaa la all
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
C. F. Dufuf, Pluintiff,
S. S. Prior, et al, Defendant.
IT TITTO!! COCSITT COURT OP
CSllJIO.M I'LEAN-AN UHKEB
PURSUANT lo tho command of an order of
al iaaued from the rourt of Common
fleaa of Vinton County, and to me directed aa
I'herilt f aaid counlt, I will onVr lor sale al
the door ol the lourt Hnuae, in Ihe town of
ML-Aiihur.Vintou t'ouiiiy.nhio, on
Saturday, thtWh Da- of January. 1875,
at the hour ol I o'clock P, M. ot aai.l day the
lollmrlna: deecnlied lands an-l tenemenia, lo
wit: aitu'il in thecniiuly of Vinton and
ol Ohio, and in the irwn-h p of Harriaon and
honnde . and eaerib.d aa lollowa, is I ihe
south east ouarier ol Ihe aoutli-eaat oilarler
w aection thirty n, (3A) towahip nine, (B)
ran(t nineteen (lit) in the dUtrtet ol Ui.ia
ui.jH.-t to sale 4t I'hdl.oHhe ihio. ei.pt
alwut i5i acre more or lea a heretofore aold
hy "amuel PieKeua to Waahinflo.. Tha.'ker,
heme: in theaouih eaat come of aid lot of
land ab.ua dee- nhed and nnnade.1 I f ihe
hiKhway and the eaat and aotilh I'ne.or parte
lhereff of aaid 4U a.; re lot aaat or aaid rol
Aprra'aed at one hiindre.1 and three riol
lata, iIUJ) ana moat brinn two. thirds of that
To ha aold aa the property of H. H. Price et
al tnaatialyan order of aale, iaaued from Ihe
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I Bhenilol Vinionrouaty.
Bsaoa A I.awuaes. A tw rears for plaiaiiB.
R.i.unr Bit. wd
Paint iiid Second Streets.
Ha received at Ouk JViceia full assortment o
SSES3 G0CD3 15 LAT'ST STYLES
Domestio Cotton and Woolen Goods
Of sit kinds,'
FlatmelM. Blank-tit, Shawls,
Jtana. Cattimert, ' U'a
' terproof lolht.
Superior Qualities of
Black Silks Alpaccat and Mohair.
1.000 Pieceaof Gro G'ain Bibbons,
aU i ilk at 3o i 34 cents per
SPLENDID SASH RIBBONS
DO TO T CEJTTS IJL Jl I'D.
A new docA of Carpeting.
BRUSSELS 3 PLY AND IN0SAIN
Prices aa low aa la any etbrr 3Iaket
Buyers are invited lo examine.
V. D. HSAIIT.
KEADERa OF TUB
IN PRICES FOR
rpllE GAZETTE ia Ihe (rraal newspaper or
j Die coiin'iy. Known ami ruin ny evert nooy
Thouaanda ., .uu 11. at .,rmeia coutrilaile
to Ha avni'iiltiiMl .'..liiii.n Hnnioillj.
Aa rnmnieri'inl paper it It afc.udard au
thority It ie all tht nrwa of the dny.
who can a ff"rii to hk wrruourm
Note the following Club Bates i
Plngle eopiea. loctn.lloi poatise, ti nn
( Inoa, oi u J aud i n iea, iik I. poal a h I Ml
tu " " " I ti
i. tu 1 .. ii 1 40
" m I 31
T " n I o er," ' I X
Terms of the Stmi-Weekly for 1875.
Pinilecnmea, iiicIm.Ii g pnalnge. It
Lu- a, I i-i'n ' ami III nop's iojI. po-t ,e'h :t
Clulai of la an I over " ' a
NO M0EE POSTAGE.
It will h oh.erred from Ihe nhoyi- lhal we
have m ule a lurite ledu. lion ino.ir.'hili prt
eea, an l alao. "h it nnle, aliiidi haa hereto
lorelieen p ud l.y the nhaiM 'la?r. u HH per
annum on Ihe Weekly, and 4'i eenu per an
nn in on 1 1. a s-eml-im eltly, will he pieiid hy
Addilinn may ha u.aile lo. lnl.aat any lime
di.ruiK the y.nr. al Hie i'Miii price, ihe auln.
oMipnon. ). i . run u a hil' vinr fn-m Ihe tune
the addition ahull l.nve lei n ititide.
Spa !. I'o. na aNT iiiik,
frarfor trm 'In ig-iih
CI.Nl IN!A1 1 (JAZhTTE f!f
HO! FOR MARYLAND!
pave pamph:el free Oour..
.1. K. M M:i'A, ri.alnn.Md.
nap. 2u centa
A New SursrriptloB Book.
HI3TCEY OP THE NFW TOEK
ThePeorrta, Mv.tailea and Romania of Pris
on Life it. N Yoik.iaiher. d ht Charles
Siilluu, Wnrden ui the Tom'ba.
Lnre 8vo , CiO pp IlluatrnteJ, J3.50.
I hia la not plncllv a arnvallonnl work, and
is leooininemled l.y ihell nu n a. a mural
rnloi tiler l'n a r.'ii.liiiK it will not hiinilol
ihleva. hut will latrn how Ihiotoa artier,
i he aiory of .lolni Miih'.iiHV wruien hy him.
a. II ta Torlh Hip .i- ol Iha honk. '111..
.cllinii l.onK , v.r ,i,i li.,ni, to , i our
aiiniia Ex..ltiMi. lerruut) ivcn. An aent
minted m every lown
UM'I'EKHI'ITK PIH.ISIIIN'i C'.,
0w l:i CTniteraity l"a..p. N V.
To aell I R. I lt.-F,'H HFf'Pr-; hR, 1N
Kill M t M i 1 Fur KVKHVHDI Y. In every
oiioiy in tin- I'nil.d Mit.-a nnd rnniiniia
F.iilarnad hy ihe .nl,.hlir to IK a pafa. II
onlaina nierl.iau hoiiirl,ol.l recipea. and ia
auiled to all rlnaai-a and I'oii.lition. ot amtirty.
I wond r 111 hook anda liuuaehold neeeaaily.
II aella at aitinl (iri'Hteat indui'en.euta ever
otlerrd to hook agent.. Hnmide eiiiaa aent
livmnil i ol paid lor f'J. Ki hi-ive trrhtory
uiten. aant" more tunn doiilde ihair mnn.
ey. Addre-a, lift CM A"K'1 !TK M PKIN1'
INU II'IUSK, tKN Alt MiiK, MICH.
THE MASOMHAMLIN 0E0AH CU
Wieneia ofTIIRKK IIIIIEKT MF.U
ALMan.l U1FI.O.HA F IIO.XOK. at
Vienna. IH7.1. and Pat. a, M. 7. now . n r th
t lXKVr ANNOKT.Mi:'r ol the IH.fcT
1'AUIM.T OltUAKIt in ihe UU, 1.1),
imliiii n.'w aftl.a wilh reint impiotp
toelila.arit anai r' lorioerlv, hot
al o.... KKW I'l.AXH K EANY PAY
JlliMS, ill.- ii..i tnyorni p ever ott-r. d
I'Hi.ANf l(:Tl.t W1I PltlVI
l.r.GK OP Pl HCtl ASK. I., almoai any
pi.n ol ikt vouniry. Flrat .. menl u or
III lalraied Calalnonea and eiranlara. will.
.lull particl irs, vent free on request. Ad
MANOX AIIAMM3I OROAJTCO.
I'liainn, New . irk. or Cnu axo.
State of Ohio, finlon County
John Lisiifhertv, PlainllB,
- anaiaar ;
Joel G. Swell md, el al, Ifefendnnts.
In Vinton County Court nf Common
Pleat An Uruer of Hale.
Pl'RSUtNT lo Ihe command of an Order ol
tfnle iaaued trom the Court ol Ci nimnn
I'leaa of Vinton Count), and lo medim-ted aa
hhiTUtofaaidi-nmity, I will oiler for sale at the
doorol ihe Court Huuae.in rhe town or McAr
thur, Viuton Counir, Ohio, on
Satoiday, the 2d Daj of January,
. A. D. 1875,
at li-ehouroll o eloek.P M. of aaid day, tha
following; demnhed landa end tenemema, to
wit; in l..t Noa two hondied and wyeulv..
lao, two hniidivd and aeeniyihree (7:t
and two hundred and .erentv-Mur in ihe t.l
!: of MeArihur, di..( alan in-loi Nn two
hontrd and .eranty Aye an l aa mo. h
oil ol Ihe aorth ai.ie ol indoi No ,70) aa will
corre.imnd anh ihreoiiih line of the urave'
yaid. hems; ahoui Iwo-thmla ot aaid lot No
twit hundre-land aeventy an (7)ta ihe-ame
more or lew. aa d M-ritwd in ...ed ofl homaa
H. I a via and wile to Joel Ii. Swelland, dated
Nneemiar In. i7.
ppraiaed at lour hnunred and (Illy dollars
(HM) and muat hriiif iwo-lhtrda nfthataiim
To be s- Id aa Ihe ro( er of J.h.1 H.
land, et al, to aallsfv an order nl !
from the Conrt ot Common Pleas in atvor ot
TKHUH UFbALC: CsahiD haodon tlieuay
oher II V liiioi. . ooary.
Jowia t rowsraap, AUerueys (atnUinull.
iXjeanlairU.im. .,,,., w
1 1 SCHOOL BOOKS.
PENS, INK, INKSTANDS,
.1 fc '. " ' . a i
And all other article required by pupils, Jns
receited and ottered t - . - .
rialo. Fancy, and Initial
Paper and f-:iivlopca for
I o?al Paper and Blanks
of all I)' riUoirs.
Full npply and
Low I'rices. ,
WOLF, PEAEOE k CO.'S
Corner of Main aud Market Streets
Mo ARTHUR O.
C. J. BILUNGHUEST,
and denier in all kinds of
.. . t
PICTTJ R E-2TAII.S,
c c pTi n c
earelnlli d. ne, and tn smallest uicture
enii.rg.Ml loau) me, ami
Finished in Oil.
any other style that may be drtired, attha
I.nme nnd finely Inlahrd Pbolajrtaiilist
ruu he made from old and lukeu, or
icturex of all kinds framed to
unit all work a-arranted lo give satisfaction.
nuay ia,. .
1 11 A I W 11 it'll IS
PRINT AND POSPEER.
FALL AND WINTER,
FR4K IICMOMX. Agcnl,
At Ina na pliee of l.itaineaa,
COSY'S BLOCK. 0FP0-.ITE JJHOV
O K -
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER hr-unht to this mnrkit, emuranns;
i.i.l Ihe luteal i.iul .t.i.Mt lt.MM.ttthl
.'Ui in iiccor lioice with Ihe late.t la-hinna.
h.n you aunt a nol.hy aint duu'l (ml to esll
Frank. He Bin CUT.-and
Makes Oakjients to Ordkk
and haa a full line or
HI el .thin.. marlfaH ,1.., I. Ik. a a, w
KMX FIU UK KM. Give me a e ,11 an.i I n
,l" FRANK II Kl. I.MAN.
UALL'N PAT'T Hl'HHIXG CILOYK
V ' KT '""r AT l.y lllpltOVFInn form o
T Uirelaaa. and Ihe n,..r nn nl.i. .l,.oi.i
I sol tie parla auhjeil loaear, hy nirlal
I II. mabin. lhUM ..... j . .
do ihe work taater and eaaier than ant other
... inpirri raat rail leather,
in liiiir.ii.. ....I.. ..... i . j L .
..a. : ii. iia.iur.1 amoiea
tl 2! Pll 1,... . tJ . t
c ,rr I'a'r i.inera
diMoiint ia qiianilllea A.k your men hen
or a.lilre-a lULL HUfcKOt.LOVK CO..
GOOEY'S LADY'S BOOK
... i v V ' 1 "neiner eintrie
orina.lnh, who pata In adranre for '7.
"?,.k "J"" rtirr'' ,n '' om. e, aeopy of
e! -fr""' .! " hnd'""neat el.romo ever
Will .!. loa .
.rmi 1 r "nnum rorrirpiilHrrontmn-
Sell Your Old Parrels,
OLD BtRRELHBOVOIlT Wilt atre
t' fi. V f" wf "" rt t'h.. wor.U
oV,,."',i.,',,!rr, ,h"" ' paid
for in oil,. Cjirhnn and l,iKh te.t hiirnin. ml".
ELSIOK nit. WORKS '
W.K C.TI'KR, Proprieior.
freedom. Heater Co., Pa.
ACE NTS WANTED FOR
PROF, FOWLER'S GREAT WORK.
Oa Maaaaoel, WeeaaakMd aaa tketv
rawer) ate. Aan.ia are aeihr Irnm It ia
x6er.p,...ty. e.4 for epeHmea 1
aad terms to aweai. and see why it an.
er than aeiy other hook e-ddreae 9Tia.?