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JfcAimiuit Enquirer
J. W. BOtVK.V, K.Utor anil Publisher
Jij.vuniutt, oiiro . jusk h, icts.
Ohio Valley Editorial Union.
The sixth annual meeting of
the Ohio Valley Editorial Uni
on will be held iu Circleville,
on Thursday and Friday, June
lztn ana loth, 1873.
A full attendance of the
members of the members of the
press is desired, in order that
the meeting may be more pleas-
ana proutable. ,
WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't
W. S. McCollister, Sec'y.
The New Postal Law.
The Richmond Equircr goes
for the law as follows: The new
postal law into effect to dav.
and we will have to pay post
age on our exchanges. This
was a bit of petty Congression
al spite, of which the very great
1 111 1r-v -as m 4 - J-
men who rule tne naaicai ton
gressional roost ought to be
ashamed; a childish piece of re
taliation on the press which had
so manfully, and vigorously as
sailed the abuse of the frank
ing privilege. They no doubt
thought they would raise a howl
of rage in journalistic circles
by this display of spleen, and
perhaps, force the press to
abandon its patriotic course of
denouncing their public robber
ies; but in this they were
; TLA --a has ac-
Nation" with re
markable unanimity, and has
thus given a proof of its patriot
ism that should cause tho blush
of shame to mantle the cheeks
ftfthose back salary grabbing
Credit Mobiliers.
The extra burden of postage
falls alone on the press, but
not a word of complaint has
been uttered, not even from the
country papers, which will suf
fer more seriously by the re
vengeful operations of the new
law than the city press. As
for ourselves, we do not propose
to reduce our exchange list by
striking off a single paper. We
have become attached to the
familiar faces of our cotempora
ries. They are all like old
friends and each is equally
prized for some quality; and
when we grow' so poor, or sel
fish, as to cut them off for the
sake of this paltry amount of
postage, we shall consider our
selves as meanin spirit as the
The little ioumev of Gene' i
McKenzie into Mexico ira u'r.
suit of the Kickajw iudians
is not pleasing Wthe Mexican
l - . i m'
uovernmei. he 0 f
the Overnmejnt at Matamoras
nas an inflammatory editorial
setting forth that the rights of
their country have been tram
pled on, that this invasion of
her territory is an act of usur
pation committea by a strong
power against a weak one; but
that it will presently be discov
ered that the Mexico of to-day
is not the Mexico of 1816. As
embodying the sentiments of the
Government some importance
is to be attached to the declara
tion, but it is likely that Mexi
co will feel better presently.
One would suppose that the r,eo.
pie of that war-ridden ' land,
where climate spreads her
charms over no fields but those
of blood, would liot court battle,
and it is not probable that they
will cordially respond to the
pronunciamento of this Govern
ment sheet. At the same time
the Mexicans may not be with
out a real grievance. If so, the
wrong should bo promptly right
ed. .
An intelligent correspondent,
after careful personal inspection,
estimates the peach product' of
tho State ofDelawaro this sea-J
son at 8,570,000 baskets, being
6,000,000 more than the crop of
1872. An offset to this, is the
failure oi the crop in New York,
New Jersey, and Pennsylvania,
which bo all the better for
Delaware. One orchard last
year shipped 200,000 baskets
trom 100.000 trees. Another in
1
six years made a clear profit of
$zou per acre.
The Maryland Historical So
ciety is of the opinion that
Philadelphia belongs to Mary
land. We thought every body
knew who owned Philadelphia.
It's Simon Cameron's, except
Billy Mullen's' ward.
' The late cool weather makes the
corn look 11 Httle yellow, but there
is nothing discouraging about that.
What tnnkeatho corn look yellow
makes tbo wheat look green.
The Indus War. Late dis
patches from the seat of tho In
diau war state that1 Capt Jack
and the remainder of his band
i i ...
who nave been living upon
snakes, snails, roots, &c, and
shooting officers of the United
States army, during the pas
two months, havebeen captured
1 il. .1 il X r t .
uuu mai tne iuocioc war is at
an end.
lhe idea is put forth that
Grant will pardon the Modoc
cut-throats. We would like to
know whence is derived the
Presidential ; power to pardon
a crime against the laws of the
Stato of Oregon? The Modoc
cniet is guilty of the murder of
Gen. Canbv, and the ' band are
guilty as accessories both be
lore and. alter the fact. . Thov
are liable, it is presumed, to be
nangea according to the laws
ot that btate, and so mote it be,
llio Quaker policy nas' cost
lives of much much more valnfl
than those of fhe whole-Indian
Commission.
Minority Rerresentatinn will
probably be embodied in the
new Constitution of this State,
as it has been in Illinois. wher
it is regarded as being highly
beneficial to the mihl
'Cumulative voting" in - fistri(
wuerein tnree more repre.
sentative ava tn Ktt ,i
which the minority may
elect one, seems to be the sim
plest and most practicable In
Illinois it has been demonstra
ted to be a real reform the
minorities generally electing
the best and ablest men. and
thus operating as a check on
the minorities. Jo party ad
vantage is gained by it in the
aggregato but a representation
proportioned to the vote of each
party is obtained. We hope
for its institution in Ohio.
Congress will be asked upon
reassembling at its next session
to pass a law permitting our
Mint to coin money for some
eight or ten South American
cU n i l j i . ,
States Who Wish to havo the-,
muuciaiy oysiem orres'.on(j
with ours, and who also aIa ..
cbcaper and letter ioWveus do
meir coining th.an to do it them-
selves. Thero is nn ftnnW w
that Congress will trranfetliR .
quired permission Z
irmimntit Jn " , ...
argument in layor of which will
be that it facUitate com-
nierco v Y,oVn nirm
Jf nl.fcr this Lalf
nf ThA nrAvll
vi iuv iivim.
Proposals for the removal of
i I'll 1 Si 1
the Constitutional Convention
from Columbus to Cincinnati or
Cleveland have not yet been
acted on by that body. It had
better lay in a good supply of
clear Lake ice, light cloths and
palm leaf fans, sit with open
doors and windows, and stay
where it is. It might, however,
take a run up to Cleveland, and
an excursion on the Lake, when
feeling duller than usual, and
yearning for a change to diver,
sified scenes ol natural and ar
tificial beauty.
TiS Railroad tunnel, which
building under the City of
Baltimore, will be finished next
month. The cost of this mag
nificent enterprise will bo in the
neighborhood of 3,000,000.
The tunnel will accomodate the
various through northern and
southern trains running through
the cityTand will enable them
to make their trips without
breaking their trains, as is now
the case.
He wrote poems and relieved
himself very much. When a
man's grief or passion is at this
point it may be loud, but it is
not very severe. When a gen
tleman is cudgelling Lis brain
to find any rhyme for sorrow
beside " borrow" or " tomorrow"
his woes are nearer at an end
than he thinks! Tiiackery.
9
From present appearace . the
farmers of the State of Ohio
wiii xiaye Bometmng ro say
uouf wiio wm oo uovernor u.
kj. uiiuiui, auu tuciiiuvio VI luc I
Legislature. "Inose who have
not looked at the subject in this
light, had better take note of I
the meetings in evers . county,
and consider." -
IT is reported that a valuable
eiver mine has teen discovered
in Washington county,. Wiscon-
sin, wiinin one nunareu mues
oi xuiiwauKee.
9
The fossil remains of a dodo,
an extinct species of bird, was
recently found riflar Fort I )ndfr.U.i,
T o-j
iOWa.
I
:
Capital and Labor—How to Reconcile
Them.
BY PROF. J. D. BUTLER.
Wiipx Falstaff ent his page to
Master DumbIotoi( for a satin cloak
and offered his IioibI ami lkrdolph's
for payment, tho answer was that
tho " tailor liked not tho security."
The knight called Dumblcton a
rascally knave to stand upon secu
rity, and cried, "I would as lief they
would put ratsbane in my mouth ut
stop it with security. " 11$ who
goes a borrowing, goes sorrowing.
Not only Shylocks, but most capi
talists are deaf to buiTOwers, be
cause they, u well ap FallstaiTs
tailor, "lifco not tho security. "
Capitalists will not lend a poor man
MM 1 L
money, iney demand security. As
he cannot endorse, others ennnnt-. on.
dorso for him.' He has no land
no chattels, on which he can gWe a
mortrnre. Where he i 8 BAnnrninn
that he can double the- money he
wishes to borrow, they say to him,
"vou mav he robbed
your investments may be burned
up, and your insurance worthless,
Or VOU mnV abscond, nr vnnr rlntli
may blight the brightest prospects"
"we like not the security." It is
-castio in tne air."
Affain. cairitalistn sh
their investments ihta tha'hnnrl nf
any poor stranger. Thpv nr iia
trustful of hisWnesty where there
is a chance for fraud? nf .
tence, whore skill 18 demanded; of
hia seal, where ho h. if,0f
at stake: and i.s ..!:i
whero there ar'fl tntntinn. tn
was vvaava vau iJ AJ w
usence. Ja :, .,
fortune, Dut no one will trust him
wuj the tools.
But must capital and labor needs
be hostile? Is there no way that
capitalists can be just to them
selves, and yet generous to borrow
ers? Yes, they can. How? By
land sales on ten years' credit, and
six per cent, interest The borrow
er cannot bo cheated out of land
that is not deeded to him till he has
paid for it. No fire can burn it up.
He cannot lessen it value. The la
bor and money he lays tt on it
will mcrease that value. He cannot
run away with it. He cannot strip
it of lumber, any ln0re than he can
pull hair from a bald head. ..Nor in
such a loan is his honesty, compe
tence, zeal or vigilance distrusted.
He is stimulated to the exercise of
them all by his fear of losing the
sum he paid in advance, together
with whatever ha ia,. : . ?
: - ;aJ r oui 10 lm
pioyo his farm, and by Lia hope of
port him ax;aLi8. 0tb borrow
uguuus the ed of thrift this
".'.-ns it.
' ne Burlington & Missouri River
Avumouu o., wituin thirtv-three
months onward from Anrif l7n
xiaillOaU L0.. Within thirtv.fhroo
soiu in lowa anu .Nebraska, 478,98$
acres, to 4,525 purchasers, moatlv
W.rlt ZeZl
108 acres apiece. 0
Thus the B. & M. rnn.l ko
nishc(1 ,525 loans amounting in the
!!?.0'. 10 4'6?98- .to
m wuom wouia nave bften un-
able to borrow from banks, or any
?tLer 80urce. Its long credit sales
"!lve given them tools to work with.
!SSXSZZiSS,
am1 1..,.. n ji . 1 .. J1
uununers ail ine lofins thnv
can use, and those such ns will, in
m,08t c.a6Ca' pay for themselves. He
wno gives us a chance tn IipI n rinr.
selves is tho best helper.
They Don't Take the Papers.
An exchange thus graTliicall v do-
scribea the onn,1!Mn a"
ut uu Jig IUAU
and his family, wio was always, too
poor to take . pnper:
His ho,g8 don't know enough to
GrUnt W iifn thow nrn bnnnrr. 1i!d
...w .loug.J , Ilia
"ogjrjrnped int0 tjie rjver and wag
"".rneu oecauso ne didn't know
er.ouirli to swim out: and nntv lnt.
week his horse got out of the barn,
went to a saw-mill close by, and
mistaking the saw-dust for bran, ate
two bushels and turned into a hem
lock log. The wife wandered scv-
"cff XI n?, hTC'
was frightened to death by a rail-
wayirain; iiis oiuest son is in the
State nrison for breaking a law he
never heard of; his only daughter
stauucti Herself to the heart with
an old-fashioned candle rod: and
now his only and youngest son has
choked himself to death trying to
swallow a small yellow pumpkin.
This is an examnle of what the
world would be without educational
influence of the press."
n-.. , .
Tub Ohio Legislature, at its re
cent session passed a law to punish
the obtaining of money or property
under false pretenses with impris
onment iu the Penitentiary when
the amount is $35, and with fine
and Imprisonment in tlie county
jail when the amount is less; tho
penalties to apply when persons un
der false pretenses procure signa
tures to notes, drafts, etc. The ne
cessity of this law seemed to spring
from the many fraudulent transac.
tions of persons who travel the
country obtaining from farmers and
others what are understood to be
which flre op writtcn
,n a that makcg them notC8 of
hand
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
Levi Wvman. whoL nnt.nmnn ,i
dress Is Dundas, kni who resides
Ui miles south of McArthur. hna
crcatlv lnnroftscd Ma ,miiifU
O - 0 ' " 1HVIUUIVD W.
the probagation of the yellow Naj.
semond Sweet Potato Plants. H
will now furnish good plants du
ring tne season for 25 cts. per 100
Jiay-aa-
J. P. Towux,' Portsmouth, Ohio,
Lifers to merct, "
viuMtm anu motions,
on the ltinsf,.,,!.)- o .
... ,.,,,, wrmo, .o-iyi
TIT rrn
1 1 V III
n nnnim
BAlflil UPfM
SECOND
t
ANNUAL
Distribution.
TflE CHR0MO "CUTE" ELKdANTLY
FRAMED AND A 8I1AKK IS T1IK DISTRI
BUTION OF 8730 1'K.KMIUMS, AMOUNT
INO TO 941,000.
GIVEN AWAY TO
Every iir,crllcr to that Poimlajr Wcokly,
Our Firesiie FlieiiJ.
Chroiiioa ai-Q dellvorod nt onoo. I'he dlstn
hnt mi 1 mui'ivi'i v ..1". V.
TWKNiiKf H lA Y W AL'litfr, KltilU
TliKKE. p,
Izo, acknowleilKCd to be tliu lined aud hond
omcKt picture ever given with niiv imnor
OVA t UlKSlDE AlKNU h MfiTpaw
we rriunil ImvoncMit to Its snbsorlliom thin
VMrnv..Myvvv1t' .......... ..M1 luun?
thari..V,r.?A i" ?. !"? ?r
iinti ii ru nil lipilMT IHllUU'C(t8
fKdJ-tt6BUP.8CRIl'TION l'ltltS, TIlltEK
Tib!in ir-1'V-T WO nmnbors otho best
nilly Wtjokly, tho cliromo "l UTK" fluoly
ui'. i '"""uored CKliriFlCATE cu
i'i "S. bo hol'ler tooiipslmi-oin tbo dixtribu-
...ui. v. r,v"" t ifli.j, ni nw-iiiiin now
iaiikw.Vl?1aK!l,Ilt'orHenJ tUroctUtliol'uhllslior.
IwfjT KOPJES, purtftulans etc, seat
AGENTS
111 OVftrV to n. nf hnmn
travelinK. Largo casli imy
IA A IJTpn Hntl H be nil premiums for got-
milium iur giil
TIlU bCHt out-
AaM I II If
111 la
SoniJ at ouco for Terms und pnrtieulurB.
Addreaat
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NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
GREAT INDUCEMENTS!
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PREMIUM!
TO ANY PERSON SENDING I'S
Five New Subscriber, a
FOE ONE YEAR AT $1 50 ACH,
A COPY OF THE
"UbUb of lie liti States,"
Or txtra copy of THE McARTIIVR EN
QUIRED, for one year.
THE GREAT INDUSTRIES
. is ft valuable volumn of
1,304 Pages, with- 500 ;Iflustra
tionsi '.'
"Well bound, and contains a larfro amount of
information, coneeruinx all thereat indua-
iiicn ui uur couuiry. sunu mo nil I ucn.
Addreas:
T. "W- BOWEIT,
Pub. Euyulrer, McArtlmr, O.
BETTER THAN EVEH.
The New
Leaser
X VI ML ULUg
1373-
TT:
r AMILY PAPER,
Instructive and ontortnlnlnjr as tbo fyfr
has been In the iiat, we hope ond intend to
make it still innrn fiiiit.riifltf v ninl Aitt.ii!-,!.-
iiiR in the future. Our experienro ia greater
himu uvruwiuru, biiu our nuiumon lo niak(
the Ltilgtr the best paper of the kind publish .
ed in the world, ia undiminished.
It la thn Aim nf Mia I .,,..- .A ,...ul...i. -
taste for reading in the rising generation, a.nd
"v "w mj miiiu, uy viie cuaniciur oi )ia con
tenta, to contribute constantly to their nioral
and Intellectual improvement and irron-Lli.
An epicure might ns well undertake to write
down what ho would have for dinner every
day for twelve months to come, ns lor us to
attempt, at this time, a entulogiiu of all the
muni . 1 1 1. . ik.t ... i f i ... ' i .
bw' ..iiiko .unii win uo Hiirowi ooiore the
readers nf Hia Iium in iuto ..H ..1.1 .....
scriberj will bear us witness that all the
prouiiaca we nave ever inailu havo ulwnvs
been more than fulfilled. We never let slip
an opportunity to obtain any really good and
stand in our way. And in this respect, ns it
ture 1,89 W "10 fu"
The Ltdqer Is particularly devoted to the
IntereaU and welfare of the young, A vast
number of quostioni about lovei-s" quarrels
nropoBltlons of marriage, plans for house'
keeping, and the best means of lirfghtoiiinir
the future of youthful muiiied couples, are
answered in its columns. '
One great and guiding prinelplo with us It
to Inculcate the sentimuiiU ol aoif-reapect and
self-reliance, aud thus to strengthen and rcn.
der more manly the character which are Junt
flHHll 111 Intf form tn muliivn tl.v......l. ..11 ... ,
v .ii.uiigii ui, uicir
lhe Ledatr Is nlwaya full of life. Nobody
dull" coin,''u'n' lllHt uvcn a '"Kl number is
It has the largest number o groat aud dis
tlngulNlieil wriTers.
j1,',6""'111" "i" purest, awectcst and most
delightful stor eg, striking nurratlves, am1,
Instriif.t va Hi,.,niil,l,..ia i.i !
sketches. : 01 "'""t.cui
Jt has the most popular and carefully pre
pared collection of acientillc fact v
Mnlivnf Dim mnuf. .llutf,i..lul....l
of th t..,tVv i ; 4 r;" "wy man
All our favorite old writorswia cor.tluur tn
uio aeen iook-oik lor any new deuelgr ."","
of rtul rising genius. ..nients
OTB TERMS FOR 1873.
MOW IS TUB TIME TO SUUSCIUBE.
party who 'sei.,1. f .1 ,"l1"-.
le., all sent at one tl7. . 01 Wl
copy w nrjS;K2L"g 1'
ti'lT osubserlp.
CanalaiuTi..r POfwl than one ywir.
id Itlon 'to n,',Rf ""'! twenty cents iu
Fau '1'erl'ii, to pay tl.e Amer-
oan conv- Wl'en 'jrBfUr money order
w It w n 7. .. m""' '? w" "0 pieiorreu,
monV.',1' Pro''"! ' possllillity of li,e loss 0f
all u i 1 110 1"0?'"0 " tho l,jvr to
vr J. L i ' vunnuy is oiuy twenty cents a
LSI: tk'l? flimrter, payable at the
mZtZ iS ,reJ'l'r isaeiivereil.
.,, We employ no traveling a gouts. Ad
dress all communications to
fVl ,i,,,,,KUT ltONNKrt, Puhllahcr,
torqerof William and Hjiruce au Hew York
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Solomon bhlploy, plaintiff,
vs
Ilattl.l TI Bl.l..''i ..,...
r V ir, ... " ""'l '"ieni ant.
Before John T. Jllack, j. ! of Madison
Towoshlp. VJnlon counlv Ohio. V WBU"OD
f.n.fcS,fnAr2,:,"n0,,U" "vu.ctlon
Jitne, 1HT8, at 10 o'clock, a. m
Juin-ll-aw. HOI,OM03f HIIIl'LKY.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
nltfAgl
rc L mi r.,.ron, no
i iT.V.- 1 "","i an persons not
f - "v www vi nrr ixmtraoung.
mtM, im, 8w
MUI1I ALLMAN.
WKDISJ'ESPA.Y,
New Advertisements.
G-randPJcnic
AND
COTILLION PARTY.
At Alloiuvlllo, Ohio, June 14th, 1873.
occasion muUmvrouVuVod ,CCt0J for tho
Tn BKST OP Huaio.
nofresbinenuorall kinds on tbo itro.imU.
everybody ami too , m'u,"1UA- ton,
Prof.J.H.BOLEY,
ttrTbi,'9T,'apW0Wl111
MAMMOTH UALLOON.
CLII.TON 8NVDKR, )
T. J.iUiouKH. ( Mnagcrn.
"niormay uo expected,-
J. If. Dni.wv
. IJUIjKY, 1
Dakbv, S
1 1111 A II, )
nun i'tl
WILLIAM ilOllllJ
Committee.
NEW ERA JN JOURNALISM
The Great ! Achievement of the
Nineteenth Century.
THE DAILY GRAPHIC.
All the News arn Full of
l'icturer-j.
Tun llAII.Y CillAI'llir. I t mi,. t
paper, published in xvw york wltc, ig
acbieving the most ree.iniknble Jonrnalistlo
success ever chronicle!',, u Is an eight-page
evening paper (three editions daily.) elcgaut-
a.Sr.i"iteil' u"l,C0l:",''ctcdby the ablost edlto
rial talent attaiir.ihle . .
J0""!'"!'6 T hb Daily Gbapbio stands
lu the first rank, ,i COntius regularly
The. Very Latest and Full
est JVe w s from all Parts
of tho World.
ItS GTrCnt Je.flf.nrA winalnl. Ii. llin ft.... l.l- 1
Is not only jt newspaper, hut an illustrated
nevspaiM-,r as well. Four of its pagos are till
ed With iboiin inn, 111, .r,.,,.lt....l7 ..., .l
itorlnls,. general aud local news, items, gossip
aud co-.TosiKindeuco on the fi-eshost and most
imcrrflung topics, i lie remaining four pages
consi it of .
SPLENDID ILLtJSTEATIONS
Oxeontod in tho moBf laultless and arlstlo
at 10, nun portraying accurately aud fully all
leading events within twenty-lour hours after
their occurrence. Those who have made
Journalism a study, and fully appreciate the
great enterprise manifested in tho collection
anu puuiicuuon oi news tiv tho aid of tho tel
egraph, atonra presses, and tbo developement
ot our Jourualistio talent, have been
fond of advancing tbo theory, that the
nest advance in that field would re
sult in a newspaper furnishing regular
issues pictures of all current promiueut
events. That theory ia a theory no long
er; tbo newspaper of tho future is the newspa
per of to-day. and that paper is Tiik Daily
(.iRArmo. The processes which render this
marvellous achievement an existing fact are
tbo result of the most enrcful study and an
endless variety of experiments, gradually per
fected during tho past twelve years. They
depend upon improvements In lithography
and the application photographic camera. By
their aid a picture is engraved and made
ready to print in from twenty minutes, to two
hours, lostly and elaborate plates, works of
art, scenes of interest, are reproduced and
pictured forth with eiiual facility and the
must scrupulous fidelity. Illustrations of
leading events arc engraved and prepared for
the press even before the accompanying writ
ten narrative or description leavcB the hands
of the compositor.
For the proper practical working nf so groat
an enterprise, X11K UUAPillt! COMl'ANY
was formed has
A Capital of $500,000 in Gold.
months and months before the first issue of
The Daily Graphic, the most extensive
preparations were made, and to-day THE
Ult Al'HIC COJll'AN V has
The Largest and Most Complete
Newspaper Establishment in
the United States.
In tho great work of illustrating the events
of the day an extonslvo crops of the best
known and most accomplished artists uio con
stantly engaged. .
The Daily murine aims to beln lu strlr
est sense a newspaper. Striving alwavstr, be
hint niwl fintiif'ni it ,iia,.,,.u..auir ..!.... .
w .................. .... u.Dviiaavflaii uiivnuuu O) 111.
depcndently and Impartially. It is nr.t the
organ of any party, aoct, or creed. It is al
ways high-toned, and conti.',,u nothluf , to of
lend any taste, its corumu give it An Im
mense advantage i;vor tll0 f, s,i(me(1..
papers, llio aig;Ual subscriber get's
A PICTjRIAL EISTOEY OF; THE
YEAR, '
vo'lumo of twenty-four hundred pages, con
stunting a vnluablo record of events and a
gVaphic panorama of our time, and progress,
it possesses not merely a local interest, but is
a pnper lor every render of the language. It
10, cuipuniicaiiy,
The l'apor for the Household.
Tenns, is per year, or3for three mouths,
Address,
Tub Daily Graphic,
. a and 41 Park placo,
Jun H-Sinc&w. New York City.
New Music ! !
PUBLISHED BY
J. 1 Peters. 599 Broadway, N Y,,
And mailed, post-paid, on receipt of marked
price.
VOCAL.
1'KICK.
Bacrod Song ijy
Abovonnd llclow.
T,,..l. ui on
vu biiu uju iiuiiiu. ouny unil tUO-
rus Htowart.
Ilea ntlful Form of my Dreams. .Stewart.
Da-fling, Weep no more. Bong and Cho
rus Hays.
Do not Ween so. Sister dariinir.
Tlnnlr 4 n .!. l.l T, . . ...
35
Rfinrr Ilia.......
1 Jon't forget to Write mo. Song and t'hol
, , ru cox.
rolil wo our hands. Song or
' Duet llnildlnii.
Cono to tho Heavenly Harden. Hong
Chamberlain.
f you were I, would your 8oiig..Hhattuck.
Kiss mo, Dnrliiiir, ere we part. .Htewart.
85
SO
110
30
40
25
ao
m
85
40
40
115
-10
40
as
Little Illiiid 'eil. Hong and Chorus.
JIacy.
Little Dan. Bong and Chorus-. , . Hays,
lrd, forever at Thy Hide Dunks.
Meet me, Bessie, In the Dell . . . .Stewart.
Meet mo, Dearest, witli a Kiss.. ..Dunks.
My Ihiv across the Host. .1 Hays.
Oh! (live tne a Homo in the Mouth.. Hays.
Oh, 811111I Hong and Chorus...,. , ..Hays.
Only Tor Vou ! Ballad Del ion x.
Our Little l'et. Hong and Chorus. .Hays.
I'apa, stay home. Temperance Hong.
Hays.
Have one Di'lghtCmwn for 1110. . . Hays.
We pray you Hlng that Kong. Duet.
Dolphus.
Wilt thou Weep when I nin lxwr
Walker.
85
INSTRUMENTAL.
l'OI.KAH.-Hunboain, ll.y Kinked, 85 ets.i
Hello ofHaratoga, by Victor, Hi eta.; Hay
Flowers, by Simon, 85 eta.
M A.IJUKAH. Awiikenlue of the Birds, 50
cts, Happy Thoughts, by Wulker, 80 cts.;
Laughing Wave, by W llson, 50 cts. ; tfnubeam,
by iVachcr, 40c,ts.
GOLOIU Charlie' and Freddie') by Ken
kcl, each 85 cts.
HHoTTIHCIIES. Fatal Glance, hr Yonnir.
20 cts.; May Morning, by 8chmldt.50cta.; Hun-
iicnm, tiy j 1 am pei,o cts. : anu w line's ty jtin
kel85cti. '
MAIICHK8. Hello of Saratoga, by Baum
baeb,40ctri.;Mollie'aby Kiukol,85ota.
WALT.KH. ;inrltn, tioorgio's, Lottfo'a,
Bailie's atifl Maggia'a, by Klnkel, each 85 cts.;
Drops of Dew, by Allaril, 40 cts; Sunbeam, by
Musn,85cts.
KOCH II ANDH. Amnrylis. 50 cU; Joctm
Polka, 85 cts.; Lovo'a Chase Uallnp, 85 cts.;
l'raiso of Woman l'olka-Masnrka all by
Dressier.
8A1ON FIK('K8.Dnnco of the Hayma
kers, Wilson, 75 cts.! Ivove'f Caresses, Kln
kel, 40cts.; May lllosioma, Kinkel, SO ctv;
l'lainte do Fluura,Tonel,40 cts., Whispcrlug
llreetes, Wilson, 50 cts,
Any of the above mnllnd, post-paid, on re
ceipt of price. , ,
Address,
eft w, J. L. 1'ETEBB, K) Broadway, N. Y.
OA FiAT T A T)C Worth of
(roods
advanoetl to a
gonts to coniineuca buslnest with, and large
commissions allowed for selling. Addreaa, J.
0. CONOVKIt, ColUwnter, Mich. M-Sui-eW
JTJKlil l;!,
u
R E M OVA L!!
Stoves, Tinware,
-AN
House innmisliiiig Goods!
Bo sure to call ou mo before you purchase) elsewhere. I am making
a specialty of STOVES AND TINWARE, and all kinds of HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS. I olTer good bargains in
HARVEST TOOLS,
BUILDERS MATERIAL,
SADDLERY, '
CARRIAGE GOODS,
and all kinds op Genekal Hahdvaki:, tiB I wish to sell out my entire
stock of this class of Goods, and put my capital into the STOVE AND
TIN TRADE. Come late, come early, come any time, ftnd you will find
me at the Store, ready to givo you a bargain. I will positively sell Low
for Cash or Country Produce.
jffBring your old Stove and trade it for a NEW ONE. While at
tuo Post-Olllco step 111 and see what 1 liave. Miall be glttd to see every
body. . i . J. S. 1IU1IN, ,
Agent for the CHampion Mower and Reaper.
. June llth-tf.
THE POPULAR MUSIC
D. II. BALDWIN, .
158 West Fourth Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS,
Incomparable in "Wiorknianeuip, Matchless in Tone
The Fav orite Valley Gem Picmos.
TLe only popular medium-priced Piano ;
AND OTHEll STANDARD PIANOS.
THE UNRIVALLED ESTEY ORGANS,
: For Parlor, Church or Library.
THEY POSSESS POWER,
AND ARE UNEQUALLED FOR DURABILITY.
ALSO
Second-Hand Instruments
Of all styles and prices. Second-Hand Instruments taken in
exchange
JS2'" Low Prices for Cash.
renu will pay for them. Send
J. S. IIULICK is our traveling
dress, McArthur.
luniunniimTT fivnTmnnimium
TV. A. MEL LO R,
Is still at SI11S. Dor.AN'S Oli.U STAND,
niul wi 11 Hclot'tLMl stock of brim new
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
TOOKTHKB WITH A C'HOICK LOT OK'
CL0THIN&, BOOTS, SHOES.
Tho stock ii nt present lnriro and bolter ii-worted tlmii at any previous time, llyers can
rely upon llnilint' (lie Intent and nuweHl tlilnipi out.
3DH.EISS
OV KVKKY IMAKISAUI.B STYLE
Clothing forMenii n d "13 o y s
Cut la tho vry latest stylo uml mno ii of
lilliu nM illiictf Goods
Tho display liicludos every novelty In slia.le and atyle, which wore carefully solecUd by
SI I'm. .Mm, i.o k lbr this trade. ,
CALL AND SEE THE GOODS! ASK TIIEIK PRICES!
In offcrliiK this Mtock of (iooil to llio puVilio I liienii BUSINESS ami shall conform to tho
nccositltles of tho times make small yrotlts the motto, nud try to give every puruliaMir, whether
he bring
CASH OR TRADES,
the worth of Ills or her money.' (Jomo nnd see, nnd (rut good goods oeluelod (coin a large
; variety, at the lowest prices going. . , .. (
Writ" Country nrodtii'o alwavstnkon In ox change for goods' nnd tlifl htifhosj prices al-
xJhn,,, , .v , V V V. tmellok.;
18T3.
D-
cheap at -J.
S. HUHN'S STOKE,
In iliclodgclI.iilliiig,
Two Doors East of lie M-Oie.
HOUSE OF THE WEST.
well and thoroughly made,
SWEETNESS AND VARIETY,
for new ones.
Easy payments, or rented so the
for circulars.
Agent for Vinton county. Ad
'
D. H. BALDWIN.
11 J. I
on Sutimil Street, ZnlulKi, 0., wltli liugo
HATS, CAPS AND JEWELRY.
CSrOOIDs
AT UNUSUALLY LOW l'HICKS.
good nmlorinl, will ba soli! nt a yor small
pOTATOES!
Sweet Potato 1,'laiits !
Etrly Tomnto and Oabbags Plants.
. Cultivated and for salo by
A. Li. WOOD, Webster, Iron Furnace V. O.
, , , Scioto County, Ohio.
Furnished Until July 1st, 1873.
Having Incrcarad my fiicllltlCH for tho pro
pagntlou of Yellow and Ketl NniiHeniond
Hwoot I'otnto l'lnnts, I will fiirniHli noon
thrifty plants at the following prices, of either
variety i
800 for $l,2fl, $3,00 per 1000, $18,00 pur 5000,
$,00 per 10,000. Tomato rianU, Via. per dot.,
il.lk) per 100. Cabbage J'liuits, $1,00 per 100,
$7,60 per 1000.
In ordering from me yon may rely on re
ceiving OOIII) THBIFTT PLANTS,' put lip III
damp moss so as to carry 8000 miles if neaes
nry, and arrive In gnnd condition. Any re
sponsible person Is authorlzoij to a ct as agent.
In oriluring give plain direction fi)rlilpiuetit,
also l'oHtolllco address in full. Lnrg e ninotinU
should be registered. Address all o.'dor to
A. L. WOOD, Iron Furnace V. O..
lo-lin-e i Scioto coum'.y, Ohio.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
WIUIaiii Baiigliinnn, plaintiff,)
'vs. . ;.
Peter llurg, defendniit. )
Before Johu T. Black. Justico of tho feacf
of Madison township, Vinton county, Ohio.
On the nth day of May, A. 1., i87l,ald
Justice Issued an order of attachment ia the
almve action fnr the sum of $ttl 'Al. Bald action
Is set for hearing July 7th, Itftil, at 1 o'clmtk
V. M. ... WILLIAM BAUU1IMAN.
MayS8,rl8. . 8w . ,-
J3
B miNTIVO of every tcscrlplion nesj
j aud pi-oiuptly executed nt this oflico.
Insurance.
INSURANCE.
McARTHUIt AGENCY
Of Columbus, ;
Ih oue of the best managed
Insurance Companies in Ohio.
Rates as low as any No.
1.
responsible company.
'Losses promptly adjusted
without litigation.
II. 0. JONES, Agent,
The Home
::n:.i..Ai
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Kgbcrt Bowon, plaintiff,' ' '
vs. .... ,
J, If . MeChomiey, defendant.)
Before John T. Black, Justice of tho 1'eaee
. . .... i, Vli,l,.ii niiiiul.V. Illllll.
On OieSHth dny of April. A; I ., said
Justice Issued an order oUitnelimeiit In tli
above ao. UD lr Hie um i ""
ii. .t SJ hnarlnir June With, MIL nt I o'clock
V M 0 mihws BOW EN,
Ma'yS,18T9. Sir
Legal Notices.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Vntlnala linciliu rrlvim flint Kfimsil If. Dflf
by, as guiinllan of Henry V. r
anil Terry
Willi H it Wl
111(111)111111, Hill) IIU'll llirt Hi vuni
r 1.. tlit.tl uiirtlitttmnrr Mini
tUinliuar-
1 ntH") 1" '! nvJVBi "I
In if of tho enineiHMut for ,ti( UV.
ilay.ol Juno,
Oil)! Utiuu IH UK 1
II. 11. MAYO, l'robio Judge.
Mny-si-4t.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE.
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE. Probate Court, Vinton Co. Ohio.
Nutio'm tf lieivliy' given' that
tiivgoi'v. an giiiiniiiin or i;.u.:i ,iano
in i tun, 'linn II i. id lit' ttj ill llin airiiunt
otiltl waul fur llnal seUleiiit'iil, and
t tho
Juno,
hen ring llioroof to net rorinu in nay
A. II. IMI. II L IIII'CIOIK A. 91.
' .11. B. MAV
Juno5. ItfT3-4t. ri'oUiile.liHge.
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Kotlce ia liorohv fflven tlint seslnil nrnnnsnla
will ho received nt the Auditor's Oflico, in
AlcArthiii'. Vinton county. Ohio, until three
o'clock, p. v., on
MONDAY, JUNK 83d, J 873,
1 for the building of
Two Open Bos Bridges,
with stono abutments, nt llio following places,
to-wlt: . , ,.
. One Across Cassill Run,
in Knox township, near thn residence of Wil
liam Stanley ; aud
, . One Acjioss Flat Run, .
near tho rcBldcnco of Levi Uohlnett. Con
tractors to furnish nil the maturinis.
Puns and Specifications
are on fllo for Inspection at tho Auditor's Of
lico. All' bidders for contract or contracts
arefcoulrcil to (lie with Ills hid or bids a bond
in double the amount of such bid or bids, with
good and responsible surety or sureties, to tho
ncceplanco ot tho ConiiuUsionors, for the
faithful coinplotluu of hiicIi work.
The Commissioners, howovor, reaorvo tho
right to reject any or all bids. '
By order of the Commissioner.
W. W. BKLFOHt),
"'- Auditor Vinton County.
May 28, 1678. 4w
PUBLIC NOTICE.
IV'DERBAS, my wife, Margaret Hanesworth,
has left my lied and board without Just cause
or provocation, I hereby forewarn all persons
against harboring or trusting her on my ac
count, ns I will pay no debts of her contract
ing after this date.
IMA AC K. HANESWORTH.
May 1873. 8w
T OR'S SAL E
ADMINISTRA
OF REAL ESTATE.
In pursuance of llio' order of the Probate
Court of Vinton County, Ohio, I will oner for
sale, at public auction, nu the 8th day of July,
A. 1).. Ittt.'i. at one o'clock, n. in., uimn tlie
prcmixes the following described real CHtate,
situated in Vinton conntv, Ohio, to-wit:
. The South-east quarter (fl, E. ,'4') of Section
Mo. tenth (10) of Itungu No. nineteen (10) of
Township No.' nine (111. Kxoeptiug 65-1O0 of
nn acre of tho South West comer thereof
said tract containing 100 acres, more or less,
AppruiBsd at $'J,V17.00.
Terms of Salo. One-third rash In hand, one
third In one year, and one-third In two vcars,
from day of sale, tho deferred payments to
fll'llW llltnrllHl. mill llll KPi.nrr.ul liv'nifii'f t.n
on premises sold.
,IUI1 IJI.I.I.,
Administrator of the Folate of II. C. Moore,
ilecenneil.
J. M. MUOII.MVRAV, Att'y.
June 11, lBTI-w-i.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Mary Lcedom, Nancy lll.'.ke, Kliza Kdgiag
lun, Let In llodd, ill i Ii ii ilolio anil I'baris
HiiliD, who are non-resident of the State of
Ohio, and heirs at law of Sarah Hobo, de
ceased: .
Will take notice that Henry Hevnohls, ad
nilnlstralor of the estate of Sarah IioImi, dee'd,
on lhe lUUi day of May, A. 1). 1H7.'I, llled his
petition in the Probate Court, within and for
the County of Vinton nnd State of Ohio, nl
lcdging that the personal estato of said de
cedenlis lusiilllcent to pay her debts nnd tho
charges ol'inliiiiiilHluriiig her estate: That slio
ilicil .sciMl in lee simple of tho following de
scribed real estate, situate lu said County of
Vinton and State of Ohio, to wit: The south
west quarter of the .northeast quarter, and
tho west half of the southeast of the
northeast quarter, of Section number
twenty-eight (Va.) of Township number
eleven (11,) of range number bevcutecn (17,)
containing In nil ii It v seven acres, more or
low The prayor ut said petition is lor a stile of
said premises, for the payment of the debts
and charges aforesaid.
Said petition will he for bearing on thn 90th
day of Juno, A. 1. 1H7H; or as soon thereafter
as leave can beobtained.
IIKNKY ItKYNOLOS,
Administrator of Sarah Bobo, dee'd.
V. S.Claypooi.k, Attorney.
May 1.3, 1878-flw
NOTICE
TO NON-RESIDENT LAND
OWNERS.
To Douglas Putnam and Joseph
Dana.
Voir are hereby notified, that at tho June
Session, 1H73, of tho ConinilHsloners of V In Inn
county.Ohlo, Uiibeu B. Mclionagloaud others
filed pctitiou for a county road ulong the fol
lowing described route, in Knox township,
Vinton county, to-wit:
Commencing whero Jasper Bobo's east lluo
onus the Hobo road, anil thence south Willi
said lluo tn the fiwt of the hill; thence the
nearest anil best way across the lands of Jas
per Hobo and lunds nf Putnam, to a slako nt
tho corner of the orchard fluid of It. U. Mc
Uonagle's lands; thence across unlit lauds
near tlie stable to a stake at tho lower corner
of the hill Held; thence the nearest unit host
way across land known ns tho Dana land, to
Intersect the rond formerly laid nut from Coo's
Mill to the I.cutner Bridge at the cud, of III
I'nni Wilson's lane, and there to end.
That viewers and a surveyor of said road
wore appointed by said Commissioners; and
that said viewers nnd surveyor will meet nt
tlie point whero said ltnad commences, on
Monilny, tho iWth day ol June, A. D. 1878, at
10 o'clock a. Jl., to enter upon tliedlschnrge of
thelriluties. UUliKN It. MdOON Ati LE,
Juno 8, lH73-4w. Principal Petitioner.
Medical.
WITH Iti Rloomy attendants, low
spirits, depression. Involuntary
emissions, lose of acinen, spsrma
torrhcrs, loss of power, dlsiy head,
loss of memory, anit threatened lnt
poteuee, nmt Imbeelllty, find a soven.
eljcn euro in HtiMPllltuvf lIOMi:,
OFATIIIO 8PKCIFIO, No. TWUNTI.
TBISBOVEKEION KEMUDY tones
up Uis system, arrests tbs dlselunvus, and im
parts vigor and energy, life and vitality to the
entire man. They have omwl thousands of eases.
Prioe, U per pneksgs of live boxes and a largs II
Tial, which ia very important Inobstinstt or out
casus, or il par slngloox. Bold by ALL Drug-
Sets, and sent by uiall nn recebit of prim . Address
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A LECTURE
TO . ,
' ' f-
Young Men.
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A lecture on tho Kattiro, Treatment and
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The worhl-ronownert anlhor, In this admira
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abuse may he offectiislly removed' without
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no matter what Ills' citndtiim ipny be, may
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This lecture will prove boou ti; tlm)sani
and thousands. . , , , ,
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