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McArthur Enquirer
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r. W. BOWKN, Editor and Publisher.
McARTHUB, OHIO, - KOVEMBER 13, lffia
The Ohio Election.
OFFICIAL TABLE OF THE ENTIRE VOTE
CAST FOR GOVERNOR IN 1873.
COCKTIBS. Sr.3 s?
. ?3 ??
Arliims JVM 11
Allen 1TVS si'iM
.Ashland 1(1,1) SWI
Ashtabula ..... :..' !2ll . ;'.H:-
Athons 8,16 HV"
Auglnlr.o.. ... N1 1!S!
liolmout. . .1. Sn4 IIMI
Itruwn 17fo 27Mi
, Uutlcr WW 4118
Carroll 1547 11ST,
hampaign SWU lfi'1
Clarke I'M,
Clermont &U03 31i3
Clinton Sv"3 lais
, "Columbiana SfH1 il
Coshocton......... Va'I ftMft "
Crawford..., ISflt VhVU,,
Cuyahoga !'
larke Sir Sl'JH
. DoManeo.' ltd . I ill,,,
Delaware .'. m lXY
Krie itfft-
rulrflclrt ;83'.
Kavotte lA'i ll!."
Franklin.... 4I IU"l
Fulton l-li; j "iiit
Uallia as?) 1 if..'.
f. tiuMtKft '.. tun rn
Wl0ll0 ii: Ifi'ii
(uernsey ll'.i'.)
Hamilton loni H4
Hancock l.M l-Vi'
Ilrdin IMS IKtfi
Harrison...: jua.s Hit T
Henry l".i lrs-J
Highland SW1 '-'ill
Hocking t'l I.Vm
Holmes 'Jin !M1H
Huron ('.-; l'.i
Jackson WO ISIS
.Tefferson S-ti.'i kvji
Knox ail'1 af.i
I.ako I'.Wl Kt'.l
Lawrence 2-;'i) I'.Wl
Licking SVi'i HM
Logan iw.' 1-w.
Lorain .
Lucas 42ot !Tt
Martiton ltwi ' HMI :
. Mahoning 8WI :Wl
.Marion..,..' 1240 I'M I
Medina 3087 1U
ttols S64 iitm
Mercer WJ lH'.'l
Miami 21'iu 2-r.O
Monroe Ill Sui'l
Montgomery b'MI KVH
Morgan HKIk Hid
Morrow IttMT li'ii) .
Muskingum 4(Mrt 4:;t .
Noble 1HII mr
Ottawa 17 J MSI
Paulding !''. R'l
Perry 1'0 9M
Pickaway 17H) 2.-78
Pike.... lliit l&OS
Portage. i avjn
Prcblo 21M IKIrt
Putnam if... 21li7
Kichlaud 23l 311)4
Koss 8141 HTUl
Sandusky a 2710
Scioto 2.W 21 K)
Senoca fWW) 31 W
Shelby 111 JR
Stark... r.-. 4WW 4s
Summit 2457 2111 -4
Trumbull 300 1WI
Tuscarawas 5(l 3518
irnlon iUI 13(11
Yau Wert 173b 17W
Vinton . 1215 jm
Warren S2W 1B
Washington 3124 .'Wflt
Wavne 8434 3C..V1
William 18511 KB?
Wood 2(178 1H4
, Wyandot 13(4 20'J'J
Total S1S717 214523
Alien' majority, 817.
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832
181
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114
217
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110
215
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100
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COMMUNICATED.
The Jollification at Adelphia.
Editor Enquirer :
Permit me, through the cobmms
of your valuable paper, to give n
few outlines of the grcnt Democrat
ic Ijftrbacue, " at Adclphia, Ross
A. f l -r
cuuuoj, vuiu. i rcceivca a note
from ft frionfl Urine n cop flinf iiTon
. " - - - " - ' ' MVI" fUH V JA til. y
on Friday evening previous, reques
ting me to come up the nest day,
Nov. 1st, to participate in the "Bill.
Allen Ox Roast a.id Jollification."
I got up early net morning and
heard the cannon 1 morning in that
direction, and aiwv.'s being a litf
easy to give away to tempte
tusi, bauaieu my ik. ac p
far that place, but
same time that
i.i., a ,.r it
.c
1011, I
.(I Blarted
linking t the
as llie wrong
uieeting fi.r one of Grant's
blaster's to allond. I nearly
flickered out, then I would have a
consoling thought that iia Grant
ites were about pl.ijfd out anyhow,
so I pushed on. I reached the
place about one o'clock, and found
the old cannon belching forth a
death-knell to the wicked Salary
Grabbers. I watched the maneu
vering of the artillery men awhile,
and then went a few steps farther
in a largo beech grove, belonging
to John Sprouse, where I found a
very large and respectable crowd of
. t ' .1 . i :
lacues anu geuuemcu irqi;iiui u
grand dinner, Th table was about
two hundred feet in length and it
seemed to groan under the load of
good things they were piling on it,
including a roasted ox. The ox
was was cut up in nice pieces about
as larere as a bondholder's bonds
and scattered the whole length of
the huge table without stint.
Eoabtcd turkeyo and chickens by
the dozen, in Bhort, everything good
were spread before us, ana when
every thing was ready we took up
our march in the rear of the Adel-
phi Brass Band, and marched two
ubrenst until we reached the far
end, and then we marchod single
lilo up each side till we were all
around the table, when we were or
dered to halt aud take dinner. You
had better think I wan hungry af
ter riding twenty miles. The peo
ple were happy and seemed to say
"Farewell Bro. JNoyesI "farewell
Salary Grabber Grant!" After
dinner was over tho fragments were
gathered up, which were several
baskets full, and given to the poor
around the town, which was one
richteous act of tho Democracy
notwithstanding they have always
been charged as being tho wicked
party. Then wo repaired to the
Town Hall where wo heard some
Jubilant spoecheo from Hon. Aacu,
Mayo aud others. It was a grand
success, and the people seemed to
rejolco n though tho dead were
alive aud tho lost found and once
more on tho cood old way to glory
At night they brought out the fire
works, which was one ol the grand
est and most lungniliccnt nights
ever . beheld. Tin; whole town
seemed to bo In a blaze of lire, and
' at tho same time the ciir.iioii roar
ing and tho band playing and the
rocket hissing in tho air, and the
people rejoicing generally. , All an
ticipated better times; everything
passed off harmoniously. May
tho good people of Hocking, Picka-
, 1 D.M-tn l(. ,i .voml . of. iJint
NOVEMBER ELECTIONS.
I?
Democratic Revival Still in Progress!
TIDAL WAVES BREAK ALL ALONG THE SHORE!
16,000 Democratic Majority in New York!
20,000 Democratic Majority in Maryland!
Virginia Democratic by 20,000 Majority!
Wisconsin, Wheels into the Democratic Column!
Minnesota and Old Massachusetts Republican!
Democratic Party Not Dead, but Sleeping!
It was dead
So thev said
And would not show its head;
Its life-blood was gone its snirit had fpd
And its corpse to the to.nb would on !mdav bo lod
Its requiem sung and its eulogy reds;
"ucmocracy's dcatV
Were the words at th hn;i-:i
Of the sketch "in memomm,"-No. tears wore ali
tor tneir siuizcss waa feigned, tho' th!.. .
red, 1 " "v"
And heavy as lead
From watching tho bod
Of the Giant a sleeping, a dying and map,!
Oh, tho fuu,
When 'twas rlmio
And the raoc has been run,
io see mo old war horsehow easy Irc won!
Bjiin ontlhirj thread of life
Yet he came in ahead bv tn ih i .....
As fresh at tho close as wVn !
Democracy's B dU
(Youl i ii. .
i"! i!ei 1P iQe gloo'ji of a black horrizon,
Hut tor br-i,40 A ,.. . :,, ... . '
hev V ' o"1'"'i3a luaiiiv give ill ui nunc.
.aid "it was cead" but you see how it run!
An the, cunning old son
Of a mighty big gnn
Was only just napping a little for fun.
New York elects the Democratic State ticket
by about 16,000 majority. Legislature Repub-
ican by a small majority. Democratic candi
dates for county offices and Judges, elected in
New York City aud county, by 29,000. Hon.
S. Cox is elected to Congress, to succeed
James Brooks, deceased, by 6,500 majority.
New York was Republican in 1871, by 20,000,
and last year by 53,000.
Wisconsin, which has been uninterruptedly
Republican, since 1854, elects Taylor, Demo
crat aud Liberal, Governor, by 12,000 to 15,000
over Washburne, Republican, who was elected
two years ago, by 9,391 majority. Grant had
18,575 majority last year. Legislature Dem
cratic majority of sixteen on joint ballot.
Virginia elects Gen. Kemper, Democrat,
Governor, by 20,000 majority. Legislature
Democratic. Grant carried the State last fall
by a small majority.
From official aud unofficial returns from all
the counties in Maryland, excepting one, in
tho State, indicato the following as the com
plexion of the next Legislature : Senate Deni-
crats, 23; Republicans, 3. Home Democrats,
62 ; Republicans, 22 a Democratic majority
of CO on joint ballot. Woolfohd's majority
for Governor in the State, is about 20,000.
Massachusetts, last year elected Washburne,
Republican, Governor, by 72,274 majority;
this year it is doubtful it he has a margin of
12,000 votes. Gen. Banks is elected to State
Senate, by Democrats and Liberals.
Returns from ninety districts in Kansas,
showing tho election of G3 Opposition members
and 27 Republicans. There are ten districts
to be heard from, but they cannot materially
change tho result as to the opposition majority
ou joint ballot, the Republican majority being
already overcome by the opposition, with somo
votes to spare.
In one Cougressional District in Michigan,
the Republican member elected to Congress,
died a few weeks' ago, after drawing Beveral
thousand dollars under the Salary Grab act,
for doing nothing. From tbe latest returns re
ceived from the election in tbo district, tho
Democratic candidate is 25 ahead and seven
townships to hoar from.
In Minnesota and Kauses
.i , ,i .. i i ( ..i i. i ., . n
the Grangers
NEWBURGH, Macon Co.,
Illinois, Nov., 1, 1873.
Edixou Enquiuku:
The election in this State goes
off next Tuesday.. The farmers
are making an exciting canvass.
They wage fierco war against the
ruling corruption and extravagance,
against patent and railroad swin
dles, etc. They have full tickets
in the field, and in this county have
obliterated the old party distinc
tions. Their candidates are nearly
all farmers; professional ofllcc
seekers being left in tho lurch
Their opponents arc only a few "In
J 1 . i nil
uepeuueius. lueir leaders are
inexperienced, but they are deeply
in earest and fully understand the
importance of what they are doing,
I was at one of their meetings to
day, and I 6eud you an extract of
a speech reported by J. K Wilkin
sov, a young raaii from Vinton Co. :
"There are certain things we
C 1 11
miiiuTs anti inoorers can cio, wc
are voters, we cast good honest votes
Euyh represents tho honest convic
tion of the man who casts it; and
each is powerful to tell on the af
fairs of tho land. There are other
things still that farmers and labor
ers can do. They can in effect ac
complish and control nearly eAcry
thing. They have made the coun
try and developed its wealth; gold
aud silver are the representatives
of labor. This country has been
changed from a howling wilderness
to the most productive the world
ever saw, from a home for wild
beasts to a garden of civilization,
and the laborers have done it. They
are those who first occupied this
country, who cleared tho forests,
leveled the roada and bridged the
rivers; and they tho class whr,
won this country's independence,
and protected and defended it
throughout her wh'ble history. They
arc tho class that hava mp.de all
the improvements, and have done
U0aT' it nvaiir flnnor t.hnt hna luinn
-V " ' J """o
accomplished. In view of these
facts of their importance, aud that
they are more numerous than any
other class, they deserve protection
at tho hands of the government.
But, when we take into considera
tion the fact that wo are tho voters,
it is our privilege to protect our
selves. Every thing we desire wc
cau accomplish, if we work together
to that end. Presidents arc of our
manufacture; Congressmen and
Legislators arc men whom we place
in position, and if they don't do
our bidding wc can set them aside.
Hence, if we do not accomplish our
salvation it will be apparent that
we don't have the necessary intelli
gence, and that we are not worthy
of the protection we claim."
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Eliza Hyson, l'lRlutlCTfl, I
TS.
Frank Cluyminc, Heft. J
Bcforo J. V. Black, J. P., Madison Town
shin. Vinton Countv. Ohio.
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JDDITOR'S ANNUAL REPORT
EXHIBITING. TUE
mm aljplre
VITVTOIV COUNTY, OHIO,
FOB TIIE
Year ending September 3d, 1873.
STATE FUND.
Receipts not
Disbursements
Balanced.
. , . $10.1)W1 10
. . . . lU.Otf 10
BRIDGE FUND.
Receipts net $(1,041 (17
Disbursements 6.86J 75
Valance in Treasury $2,158 92
POOR FUND.
Recolpts-net ' $t,uj 40
Disbursements 1.815 59
Biil.vu'o In Treasury $117 81
Ul'ILDlXO AND IXFIRSIAIlY FUND.
RocolutsVnct. .i : . . -
ixl)urtnieuW.
llalauce in Treusuvy .. .
$1.1.M0 01
. B,4i!4 15
$11,331 8C
SCHOOL AND SfjIIOOlu HOUSE FUND.
Receipts net $35,759 20
Disbursements aa.564 'J2
Balance in Treasury... $9,205 07
ToivuH.Vf ml Township Foor Fund.
Receipts not $4,57 01
Disbursement 4.200 45
Balance lu "Urauiy $873 25
TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND.
Ruoeipts--not $1,147 28
Disburso'.ncnts 1,14'i (W
Ral'.ncc in Treasury .
$4 29
..Interest Section 29 Fund.
"Receipts net $332 09
uisuursemunts w
llalauce In Treasury
$72 48
Principal Section 29 Fund.
Receipts-net $I7 20
Disbursements 340 4
iialauco in Treasury
72
Principal Section 16 Fund.
Receipts-net $1,485 06
Disbursements 1,445 68
Balance in T.-crsury. .,.
$20 28
Interest Section 1G Fund.
Receipts net $1,N3 83
Disbursement (to School Fund account) 1,603 88
jiaiunceu.
CORPORATION FUND.
Receipts net
Disbursement
Balanced.
$702 41
702 41
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND.
Receipts net $444 74
Disbursements 125 00
Balance in Trcuiiiry
$11 71
SPECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND .
Receipts net
Disbursements
Bulanee in Treasury.
$0,!7 78
. 0,137 M
$159 87
Deposits tu Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes.
Receipts gross $23 77
DisbursanieiiU. Treasurer's per cent 24
Balance in Treasury
$23 53
COUNTY FUND.
Recelpls-uut 10,86S 77
DISBURSEMENTS
Amount transferred to County Poor Fund
Amount paid wituesee before Com. Pleas Court
urann oury
" " " Justices
" " Probate Court...
' " " Cor. Iurpiest
" Petit Jurors
" f.rand Jurors
" Justices State cases
" JusticcB opening Elee, Returns.
" l.'ousta olos and assistants
" SherilT ,
" Deputy Shoriff 1
" Auditor
" ( oin. Picas Clerk
oininiHHloners.
Amount paid
Jailor, Kiistainiug prisoners
Pros. Attorney (salary)
Council for Commissioners
Att'ys appointed to defend crim-
insU
Att'ys anpointed to exainiue
Com. Report
Judges of Elections
Clerks of Elections
burveyors of ltosds
Viewers
Chuinmeu
Markers ;
School Examiners
Township Treasurers settlement
School Fund
Probate Judge
Township Assessors
Pros. Atl'y, per cent on lines and
costs
Accountant examining Treasury.
Physicians
Att'ys assisting tn prosecuting
State cases
Auditor appraising M. C. R. R.
aud tiling Assessors returns. ...
for making Com. Report, t years,
lor indexing in llccoulor'solllce..
for indexing in Clerk's olllco
for Printing for County
for Stationary aud Records for
omc.es
" for ltond damages
" (or two sots Swan A Critchfleld
Pro. and Aud
" . for Taxes refunded
u for expenses sale See. 18 and 29...
" to redeem lands sold for taxes. . . .
" for Matting for Court Room
" for building County Privy
" for pub. Delinquent List, 1KT3. . . .
for Mdso per County ollleors, re
pairs in Court liouso and Jail,
fuel, Ac
Poor Orders deposited with Co. orders. .
Interest paid on orders
t
$ 800 00
540 40
343 30
182 00
2 70
2 26
1,838 85
802 55
234 04
8 75
819 U6
705 06
1M) 58
2,050 74
540 05
582 40
434 00
m m
145 00
805 00
45 00
211 00
124 00
87 80
80 00
11 00
8 00
190 00
!5 70
858 92
612 50
8 80
4 00
86 87
75 00
48 25
90 00
A50 00
500 00
l,4tfl 80
420 41
64 60
80 00
8 81
22 75
15 60
1K1 5H
28'i 82
D8 50
K) 28
lltt 00
182 08
Total Expenditures $10,704 14
Balance $181 63
BALANCES.
County Fund
linage t'uuu
Poor Fund
Hullding aud luflrmary Fund
School aud School Homo Fund
Township and Township Poor Fuud.
Township Knad Fund
lutorost Section 29 Fund
Principal Houtlon 2U Fund
Principal Suction 16 Fund
Teachers' Institute Fund
Special Township Fund , .
Deposits to redeem lauds
.1 181 CA
. 8,108 92
. 117 81
. 6,221 86
. 1,205 07
. 378 25
4 29
72 48
72
20 28
, . 819 74
, . 159 87
1 53
$11,859 45
STATEMENT OF TREASURE WS FEES.
Per cent, ou Collections on Dun v1'180 j
Poor Fund collection of B. 8. troy ..... . . ...... 4
I ollnctlon from W hitlatch A Sharp, B. A I. fund B 4"
" " luturest Section 29 collection i 167
" " Prinolpnl section 10 concciion
" inUirest Section 1(1 collection
Principal Section 20 collection...
' Finos and costs from Clork amlHliorilT
" Costs Stato vs. Qulnn and Hendricks
" Show Licenses
" Teacher.' Institute Fund
" Jury Fees ......
" Fines from Justices : ,:
" Amount deposited to redoein lands
14 60
1 94
8 50
9 82
127
6 00
XS!
4 28
24
Total .
. $1,18 97
Alditoh'b Office Vinton County,)
Mc Arthur. O.. Oct 28, 1873. f
I Wiiliam W. llici.PORD, Auditor of Vinton County, Ohio, do
i, v, "'tis h ji . j . . rrre,.,t Hlatement of the Ito-
!tmVlr?,vpendlt.. th. year ending Sep.
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iucee,'aeiis at rotoHl foif $7 50.
"UOUSEOOLD PETS,"
A beautiful picture in eighteen colors, 13x17
inencs, sens at retail tor uo. fi ou eiiuscrl
bei-si wbo do not eueer clubs for other nrnmi
urns, can hare oithor ono of tho above numed
oiiromos.
"DE SOTO DISCOVERINO THE MIS8IB8IPPI,"
Is a splendid picture In twonty-ono colors,
slzo 19x27' inches, and sells at retail for $15,
$3 will nav a years subsbrlntion. and entitle
the subscriber to this last named picture. For
iuu piirucuiurs genu lor specimen copies.
Never before wore such favorablo torms of.
fcred for securing u handsome premium of
gii'iu vaiuu.
Tho Enquirer Almanac & Granger's Man.
unl for 18.1. Will ho sent lien In
scribcr rotel ved since April 15, 1873. Address
FE11AN A MoLEAN,
nI3ew. Cliicinuali, O.
qjTIIE SUN.
WEEKLY, SEMI-WEEKLY A DAILY.
THE WEEKLY SUN is too widely known
to require any extended recommendation;
but tho reasons which will, wo hone, u-ivn It
in any thousands more, are briefly as follows:
It Is a lint-rate family ndwsnapbr. All tho
news of the day will be found In it, condens
ed when unimportant, at full length when of
iiiomciii, nim uiwnys presented in a clear, lu
telligible, and Intcrting niauner.
It Is n llrst-ratv I'auiilv miner, full of Intci-.
taining and instructive reading ol cvory
niuu, uiit uduiiiuuug uoiuiug iiiai cau oneuu
tho most delicate and scrupulous tnsto.
It is a first-rate storv uaner. The beat tnli-n
and romances of current literature ore caro-
lully selected aud legibly printed lu its pa
ges. It is a flrst-rate ngriciilturnl naiicr. The
most fresh and instructive nrticlus on uiri-1-
culturul topics regularly ajipcar in this tie-
p.-trinieiir.,
It is u ii independent political pnper.helong
ing to no )iarty and wearing no collar, it
Hunts for nrincnile. and for tho eloc.tlnn ni tlm
best men to otlico. It especially devotes its
energies to the exposure of the great eorrup-
iiunn i nut now wcskcu anil uisgrace our coun
try, and threaten to undermine republican
institution altoirctliur. It bus no fear of
knaves, and asks no favors from their sup
porters. It reporls fashion for tho ladies and tho
markets for the men. I'siiccinllv tlm I'lililn
markets, to winch it pays particular ntteu-
lion.
I- inallv, it is the cbeaucst miner uublisliod.
$1 per year will socuro it for uuy subscriber.
It is not necessnrv to get up a club In order
to have THE WHUKLV SUN at this rate.
Any one who sends a single dollar will gel
the paper for n year.
n v iiuvu uu iraveilllg itgi'llis.
THE WEKkl.V SI N. Eiirht-baiies. (lltv-Hlx
columns. Only $1 a year. No discounts from
Ibis rate.
THE Skmi- Weekly Si-n Same size ns the
Daily Sun. $4 a year. A discount of 0 ner
cent, to clubs of 10 or over.
The Daily Pun. A largo four-nnircs news.
nanerof tiYt'Utv-i'iirlit ciimmmuh. I j mil v irii.
culation over 130.0JO. All tho news for 2
cents. Subscription price 69 cents a mouth.
or tti a year. To clubs of 10 or over, a dis-
Addi-css,
THE SUX, N Y. City.
count of 20 per cent.
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)EOPLE WHO TAKE TIIE
T I M H S
OET the
"Vorth of their Money
THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY TIMES, the
most iR'imliir (air.lly newspaper, of n uatlon
nl character nud repututiou, is about entering
tho thirty-Hi t year of its publication. Tu
iiioho wno are not personally ncqualute.i Willi
its inci its.lt ueedoulv be said. Its editorials
are hpiritcd: its corie.ipondenco extensive:
Its news varied, anil Iroin every quarter of
the globe; its. agricultural department lull of
practical information; wlii'o its stoiles, lile,
sketches and miscellany are adapted to both
young and old, and its reports of the mar
kets, ol'livo stock, giniii, groceries unci dry
goods are always the latest unci most rcliu-
THE PATRONS OP 11USBANDKY
The new oriranlzutlon of tho farmers will
And In TIIE TIMES a friend to tho objects
sought to bo secured by them, and in its col
umns tho more important doiugs of the
"(irauges."
WHAT IS SAID OP TUE TIMES.
We can't do with THE TIMES, after having
rend it eight years. Send It to 118 Applutou
St.. Lowell, Mass. L. A. Folsom.
We nave doubled our list ol lust year. Can't
c o witnoiu xti r; 11.11 us. u i uoiiitn inn un
old Dvuiocriit. 8, C. Ilyler, Montezuma, O.
I do not know of any miner that is devoted
to all the Interests of the huniaii family, as
much as T1IETIMES. II. T. Trunsue, baud
Cut, Pa.
TIIE J I.ubs Is very popular here, for one
reason, mid that is, your outspoken course
A....t... .i.n ...I u. . itr....
Hrt"i"' .uu Baling niuuivio. it . il. ) uu,
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I have been a constant reader of TIIE
WEEKLY TIMES for lliK-o years, anil I can't
wen no wiinoiit it now. r. r. Aiaxwuu, nay
Snrliiirs. Miss.
I think it is tho best paper in thu world. I
like the wiiv you talk In regard to Congres
sional frauds; and 1 uiso like your support of
tno patrons or liueu.inaiy, J. c. i.yon, via
b.v .Innp.tlnii. rour...
Every Patron of THE WEEKLY TIMES is
riresonted, free, with a copy of tno "Times II
ustiated Hand Hook." nu clegiintlv llliisliii-
tcil voiuinn oi.iih! scientiiic ami-iuisceiiaiieoiis
art clos. liistrutud with near v 100 ot the II
nest engravings. It also contains a diary for
tho year 1871.
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T
HE SATURDAY EVENING
POST.
A Veautlful Cliromo to every yearly
Huosoriuor.
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A Weekly Contributor.
The Batl'huay Eveninu Poht has bcou the
great Literary Weekly for half a century. It
publishes Serial al ter Serial ol Lovo uud Ad-
Veiitiiro and yet noes not ncgiui'i snoruirsiu
riiui nii.l sketches. It (rlvcs a short Historl
cul Sketch weekly. Mux Aduler (tbe great
ILumorlst,) Is a rogiilur contributor. "Zlg,"
tffe sploloiit of our lady writers, also contri
butes regularly. Ollvo King, Daisy Eye
bright, Ella Wheeler, Ac, Ao., are fioqiicnt
coirespnilcuts.
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T L nlianiitv the work of Sinclair A Co.
ah. ,r t lm .iliinat. Rod most celebrated firms in
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BkmembkbI Thoprlco of The Post Is fifty
cents lower to Club Subscribers than the
prices of tho other llrst-clasi Weeklies, and
yet give eacn 01 uivm tHimim wunM.oa.
n. ... 1 1 . 1 1M ,.l...n., I I , L a Mti.
ir,nmsAiwsy iu ..nw, ....w
(with Cliromo.) $8 00, four copies (and foul
Chromos,) $8 06, six copies (and soven Chro.
mos,) $13 00, eight copies (and eight Chromes,)
$1600. The sender of this last club will be
entitled to a copy of Tin Post and of the
Cliromo gratis. .
One copy ol Thi Post, $800,) and ono of
Artiiuh's Hom Magazine, (nbo.1 with the
Premium Pictures of both periodicals,) will
lo sent lor $4 60. Ton cents extra must be
sont for mailing pictures.)
fiajrTun cents must bo sent for every Cliro
mo ordered, to pay the expenses ot mailing,
or 25 cents if the Cliromo Is desired mounted
on card-board or muslin.
Sample numbers sent gratis. .,
...Al'llr('l'i'fli T"K "ATUItOAY EVEN-
Hei Goods, New Goodsi
A.T PANIC PKICES.
Come and oxamino them and satisfy yourself that I sell at tho prices
I advertise. Having just received a LARGE STOCK, bought dia
tho panic for cAsn, when cash was SCARCE.
I Positively defy competition, and Challenge any
Merchant In Ohio to Compare Prices
TIIE OLD CRY OF
No Trouble to Show G-o'ods" is
Too Thin!"
It is trouble to show them, but wo cheerfully and will
bo glad of the opportunity, for when you
see my goods and prices, you are
sure to buy.'' '.
HAVE TWO ;
WHEELER and WILSON Sewing Ma-
chines,
Which I Will Soil at J0 OOIUach, Ifcegu.
lav Price ifjS5 OO. . Warranted
J?exiect in Every
Kespect.
Best Black mixed Waterproof, - - - -
Good " " . . . ...
Best Gold " . . ...
Good " "
Good all Wool Flannel, - - - . . .
Best Brown Muslin,
" Prints,
" Coffee,
" White Sugar,
" Brown " -
And every thing else in proportion.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
IIAMDEN, OHIO,
$1 15
1 00
1 15
100
33i
- 12
10
- 28
12
11
rat
Earns
warn,
lliTJtnr-vrmaw i .. . ... tuna,
.... -V-1
Til. ruj.. ii-i.i'- -
JOSEPH S. ,HUHN,
has removed his
HARDWARE STORE
To the Dodge Build
ing, X2ast of the
rost-OlIlee,
"VVhere he
closing1
out hiu
STOCK 'OF HARDWARE.
At Grsat BareainSi With
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK, aVie:of
ins ohlt exovj um with
Patented Feb. 2 and Sopt, 21, 1869. - MAKING A SPECIALTY OF
Stoves, Tinware,
-AND-
House Furnishing Groods!
His stock of Cooking, Parlor and Heating Stoves is not surpassed by liny store outsldo tho
cities. IOveky stove w a nit anted. You will Hud a full stock of every thing in the House
Furnishing Line. And in coiiujctlon with bin slock, Mrs. llI'HN has put in a neat Stock of
ulahs iiml (jriihssw auk In tlie Huino room. Slaking one ol tho most complete House Fur
nishing niorus in i no county . do not lull to give tnein a can uciore purcuusins; eigewneru
iii they will uot bo undersold.
Spouting and Hoofing dune with iiciitncKs and dlsimteh. All kinds of FRUIT CANS fur
sale, ami the host SIC ALlNli WAX In the market. 114 sur to call ou him before purchasing
JUly W, 18l-tl. .o. liuitn.
ESTEY COniGB ORGANS.
NEW
The Finest inth eWorld!
AND BEAUTIFXIL STYLES,
Send for Illustrated Catalogue
to D. H. BALDWIN &
CO., 158 "West Fourth
Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio,
DEALERS IN DECKER BRO.S,' AND VALLEY GEM PIANOS.
Orders for Sheet Hasic and tt Boote Promptly FIM,
Send Six Cents for Sample Copy of
"GEM OF PRAISE,"!!
34 Pages!!!:
Or Choicest Salbath School Music; COO per
Hundred
J. S. .UULICK, Agent.

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