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-itm Elder. -
nVU&iJtJnwr-Ollver Batter,
j." fiwrter-Win. U -Taylor. . ; . i
Wood Measurer John J JtoMjr.
(1tr AMor-UwlH. B"tf,r
Htreet ( 'oni m innlontr I mT 11 HiMr.
Chief Fire lxtpartnvntl. . Unifan.
Police Board-Elder, Hibberd, Conklln.
Chief f l'ulli AU-xanUex iiorney.
Hoard of Public Improvement Roberts,
'eonlmTtasa o Finance tHckman, Hlb-
lli'lnii-r'sge. Conklln, MarlaM. .
Mmtfinil Alleys Nyt, Horn, Roberta.
, r'lre UeuKRicnl-RnMt, Ualln, Page.
Feblieefanou. IJuiln, Marltt, Conklln.
Markets and Public BulldiUBS-MarlaU,
Wait, Page.
(Jas UghtVnklln,Paew, Hlbtjerd.
Printing anU HiaUonery Wstt, Moberts,
Dirkrusn. . .
Railroads Hibberd, Rosa, Nye..
Iodic of the Wayne fount r Ureal! Court
John F. Kilitx-y. ..k- w... ,
PiwentltiK Attorney of tha Wayne Clr-
Ueaaty Joseph I.. Hmltn.
AwM"' Parker.
VStT-R. H. King. .
' Tnwuiw-Joseph U. lemon.
Deputy -O. V. fmoli.
Reeorder--Jmw B. Jones. , ,
Deputy Jsnies W. Wilson.
' County Commissioners-- Andrea B. Wlg
gits, William Brooka, Jonat haa Baldwin.
Ceunly Aaawaurr Uttey W Anderson. -
. Bum Thomas, lUcna-mnd. . ..
John W. Marti u, Cheater.
Thomas McOlr, Charles Heaman aid B. I
All persona are positively forbid
trusting 'William B. Davis, on my
ooouat, asl will not tej any debt
ot his contracting having already
offered sufficiently from that
souro Salscribers to the Pal
ladium are especially warned
against paying him anything on
subscription, in fiture. .Those who
have already paid him, will please
end me word, so that 1 may credit
them on their several accounts
especially par subscribers at Cam
bridge, Dublin, Hagerstown and
Bkkj. W. Davis,
' ' Publisher Palladium.
March 14, 1874. , v i
David Updegraff, is regal-ia-inff the
people of Dublin with a "higher-life"
effort. . , ,
Dr. Hunt, (colored lecturer,) the
other night at Phillips Hall, threw
out this gem: "Civilisation, will stick
to a darkey; but slip off of an Indian.",
The Post office at Olive Hill, has
been recussitated Jas. T. Russell, is
post master.
Quite a revival of religion has been
going on at Concord meeting house,
in the neighborhood of Newport in
this county, among the Methodists.
About 68 accessions to the church, is
the result so far.
Brutus Bell and family are about
leaving the neighborhood of Olive
Hill, and moving to Missouri. A large
number of old neighbors paid them
a parting visit on Tuesday night last,
an J bade them farewell. ' Mr. Bell is
in the eightieth year of his age.
Wo are informed that Father
Hundt, is the author of these "ill
digested" indignation resolutions,
we noticed last week. For "doc
trine, reproof, and correction,'
refer him to Pius 'IX. "
During the past week, death has
been busy. Ex-President Fillmore,
and Charley Suuiner, ,U. S. . Senator
from Massachusetts, are both dead.
The former died on the evening of the
8th of March, and the latter on Wed
nesday last, the 11th inst., after a brief
We are pained to record the de
cease, also, of Thomaa A. Springer,
State Printer of California, and Sew-
ell R. Jamison, of Brownsville," Ne
braska. Both of whom w learned the
printing business In the Palladium
Office. Mr. Springer went to Califor
nia before he was of age, and located
at Jackson, Amador county, where,
for several years, (until he was elected
State Printer, over one year ago,) ho
published the Amador Ledger. , His
age was about 52 years. Sewell R.
Jamison, also learned the printing
business ia the Palladium-established
the "Broad Axe of Freedom and
Grubbing Hoe of Truth," that after
wards flourished here wider the name
of "The Broad Axew the material
of which was subsequently purchased
by Isaac II. Julian, f the Radical.
Mr. Jamison established, with the aid
of J. E. Burbank, and published a
paper at Weiicna, Nebraska, for a
short time, and moved from thence to
Brownsville, Nebraska, wherelte was
appointed Register of the Land Office,
in which position he served for about
four or five years.' .. His age was about
43 years. . ' :: ".f:.; ' ,;, ..... ::
' "HMsVa Brayer.-
The most forcible exhibition of
"casting pearls before swine, is found
in the form of a prayer, by A. Tul-b-dge,
in the "Daily Independent" of
Thursday morning last, is reply to
the efforts of the ladies to persuade
ktmtoquit the ruinous business of
aanufactaring drunkards. His effort
at "rending," is abortive," however,
"d is so peculiarly asiuioc, that , tha
yrman ; pioatncitioo: Dallidsta
Bray-er, suits it to a grist's eyebrow.
raSS?X!i?Mara endeavoring to
atabhh anelTe. at "Nwroo. -
TcsruuscK nniio.
050,000 to be Raited!
Baetel Evil t
On Wednesday night next, March
18th, the citizins will meet at Grace
Church, for the purpose of sustaining
by their presence and their purses,
the war on the lkiuor traffic. Whilst
the good women are using their relig
ious and moral powers of crsuading
liquor-sellers to quit their evil work,
let the ui co use all the legal power
they can bring to bear upon botn the
octal evil and drunkard maoufactur
ing those twin crimes that are i
curse and a reproach to any people.
InpiHirt tm law II .
, Mrs. It. Drory, the Inventor, will
remain at the Phillips House one
week longer, to teach her new and
perfect system for cutting all kinds
of garments, for ladies and child
ren, also, gentlemen's shirts; more
bias trimming can be cot by this
system in ten minutes than in any
other way in tores boars. Honrs
for teaching, from 1 to 9 p. m. -Agents
wanted. Linings cat free of
charge. Tiadifis, call and see it
No charge for explaining.
March 14, 1874. , ; y ; jl ;j : "
The first of this week, ' we took a
friend by the hand, who informed us
that he had 'all the money he wanted
This was so rare a caso we bad to
have a "shake"" : :
The Cambrige Tribune is resposible
for the report that George Johnson,
late judge, "is off to California, look
ing CP a new opening. Hope bell
see it, if it is'nt too far "up." '
' We ask the special attention of our
German fellow citizens to a well writ
ten and candid article from "a native
of the German empire," which we find
in the Cincinnati Gazette.
The situation of the 8aloonatics,is
pretty much the same as we stated
last week, excepting they are losing
their accustomed impudence and
effrontery, whilst the Women are
increasing in numbers, ferver, and
The 40,000 lbs. Safe just purchased
and put into the Richmond National,
is now resting quietly iu its little bed
ia the Bank. It was originally built
for the Vienna Exposition; but was
found too onweildy It was manufac
tured by the Hall Safe Manufacturing
Company of Cincinnati, and its origi
nal price was $7,500 but the Rich
mond National only paid $6,000 put
up as it now k in the Bank.
Our friend Thos. Newby, was in our
office oa Tuesday last, and informed
us the car shop at Cambridge is now
engaged on a contract for 350 cars, and
business is Spring-ing up lively, as it
should always at this season of the
year. Friend Newby. is prospecting
for a placer, as Clerk of the Courts at
the forthcoming Republican nomina
ting election.
j ul. 1 1 i .' ir
On Friday night oi last week,
Lyceum Hall contained one of the
largest and most determined crowd
of citizens, of both sexes, ever be
fore assembled within its walls
determined to do all in their power
religiously, morally and legally, to
suppress the liquor traffic. That
mooting contributed much toward
encouraging the women to go on
in the glorious work of freeing our
city from liquor sellers; and, ' from
Saturday morning until we went to
press last night, saloon after saloon
has been visited the proprietors
labored with and besought to give
up their wicked and criminal work
of debasing humanity, with no ef
feet apparently, until yesterday eve
ning, their persistency was crowned
with success, and Augusts Woeete,
whose man trap was on North Ma
rion, (opposite the Phillips House)
surrendered, and poured out his
liquor! Pray on sisters you are
on the side of God and humanity!
At Pittsburgh, March 12, the meet
ing of the Women's Christian Tem
perance Union in Allegheny City
this afternoon was the largest yet
held, some 1,600 being present.
At Col umbos the Crusaders spent
tho morning in visiting private
bouses and obtaining signatures to
the citizens pledge, and the after
noon in regular work.
At Wheeling the ladies temper
ance meeting, was one of the largest
ever witnessed in this city. The
ladies hope by the influence of their
prayers to prevail upon the City
Council not to grant any licenses
hereafter. .... -. -.,
At Dayton," four battalions of
women moved up the main streets
to-day and invested about a dozen
saloons, attacking some not hereto
fore visited. ' One promised to quit
the traffic. To-night, three largo
temperance meetings are goino; on
in different parts of the citv.
In Newburg the work la being
prosecuted with satisfactory results.
One dealer captulated to day.
At Hew JfnilideJphia the excite
ment ia intense upon tha surrender
of one Earnest Schmidt, yesterday.
At Uieaveiana ana ower points.
the women's temperance movement
continues without abatement
Prayer meetings are held dairy, '
Many of our friends are aware thai
the Woman's Christian Association
was auxiliary to the Home for Friend
less Women for nearly two years after
its organization. Since the first of
last December it has been an inde
pendent organization, working for the
poor of the city and ministering to
the spiritual and temporal wants ot
such as need assistance.
In this report, we endeavor to state,
as nearly as possible, a summary bi
our work that the public may be in
formed what it is, and give us their
more generous supiort,and that our
fricuds may know in what way wc
have disposed of their donations
placed in our hands. It is their co
oi'eration that has made our Associa
tion a success.
This report embraces our work
from, the first of December, 1ST3, to
the first of March 1874, being the first
Quarterly Report the adoption
of the revised constitution, and elec
tion of officers for the current year.
We omit giving the names of donors
to the Association; our reason being
that it has been the request of many,
that their names should not be pub
lished, as they gave on the principle
"Let not the left hand know what the
right hand doeth." We have endeav
ored to do our work according to that
Divine injunction," and although we
have consulted together and investi
gated, as far as possible, the real situ
ation and need of those who have ap
plied to us for help, we have been
careful to act in the spirit of Chris
tiaa sympathy and confidence, treat
ing those who cam under our care,
as we would wish to be treated in the
like situation. - '
, When we commenced oar work this
winter, we bad but a few dollars in
the Treasury, and three cords of wood.
While wc were considering how we '
could obtain , funds to carry on our
work, a donation was offered us very
unexpectedly, for which we were in
deed thankful, and which, with the
donations we have received from time
to time, has enabled us to relieve the
wants of many individuals and fami
lies. i Much of the second-hand clothing
donated to us, has been almost as
good as new, and needed little or no
repairing before being given out.
The wood that has been donated,
Was of the best quality. Every tiling
which we have received, has been
given so freely, and in such a true
Christian spirit, that it was not only a
blessing to the poor, but a benedic
tion on us.
Our appeals for wood have been
generously responded to. -We have
received, twelve cords ef wood as do
nations, ten of which is included in
this report two cords having been
given since the first of March.
, . We have had generous donations of
meat; from one butcher, on New
Year's day, fifty pounds; and from
one of the pork houses, at another
time, a hundred pounds of fresh spare
ibs; from one friend in the country.
ten pounds of sausage, and from
another, ten pounds hog's head cheese;
and smaller quantities from other
: Number of families assisted, 44;
number of families supplied with
wood, 17. Many of
have been - assisted i
Number of pieces of
these families
several times,
clothing given
out, 117; shoes, 15 pairs; meat, 292
pounds; flour, 273 pounds; corn meal,
110 pounds; crackers, 9 pounds; su
gar, 26 pounds; tea, 2 pounds; coffee.
20 pounds. Also, in addition to these
articles, potatoes, hominy, beans, rice,
dried apples, soap, etc.; butter and
canned fruit for the sick.
We have supplied the following ar
ticles to families: One stove and pipe;
several yards second-hand carpet; one
bedstead and . feather bed, and five
pieces of bedding. ' '
Homes have been found through
our efforts for eleven persons.
While we thank all our friends for
their assistance, we mention millers,
bakers, butchers, grocers, and dry
goods merchants for their timely do
nations, and the Township Trustee,
for his co-operation with us.
Our thanks are due to lumber deal
ers for shingles and boards, and to
hardware merchants for nails used in
repairing a house. And also, to those
gentlemen who did the work of re
pairs, free of charge, to the amount of
We are under obligations to the Y.
M. C. A., for the privilege of holding
meetings in their rooms. To Mr.
McWhinney for receiving our wood,
sawing, and delivering the same gra
tuitously. To Messrs. Nordyke &
Crocker, for taking charge of provis
ions belonging to the Association;
and to the editors of each of cur city
papers for publishing notice without
We endeavor, as Christian women,
not only to relieve temporal wants, but
to carry out the principles of our As
sociation, and let faith and works go
hand in hand. ' We are comparatively
few in number, but strong in unity of
spirit and harmony of feeling. Divine
precept and experience has taught us
not to despise the day of small things.
The story of the woman who hid the'
leaven in three measures of meal, is as
much an example' to-day; as when it'
was spoken by Divine lips. We have
labored in weakness, but to the best
of our knowledge and ability, trusting
to the Lord for the increase, and a
wider field of labor os the way opens
before ua, believing that we are doing
the work which the Master commands
us.to do, and that there will be hearts
to remember sa kindly when we are
"And fhotstepa aoand aoothar day
Tboucn feet nave turned to dnat."
Elizabeth B. Honcras,
... ." President
HL x V . AcsTTit, Secretary.
Richmond, lad., March 1, 1874. , -
At a regular meeting of Richmond
Typographical Union, No. 168. held
on Wednesday, March 4th, 1874, a
committee was appointed to prepare
a proper , tribute of , respect to the
memory of the late Marshall G. Henry.
Whereas, It has pleased an A 11 wise
Providence to remove from our midst
our late worthy era ftaman, Makshal l
G. Heukt, who has been identified
with every effort to promote the good
of the professioaZ' Therefore, be it
Resolved, That ia the death of our
brother, the erafthss lost a tried and
true friend, whose place will be , hard
tafflL'f" -"l' '-.-r . ' --
Resolved. That we deeply sympa
thize wth She wife and fanuly ef our
late brother, is their oercveiuenU ;
Resolved, .Thar the Secretary'" be
directed to fetttish a eopy of, these
resolutions to the wife f the ' decea
sed, and also, to transmit a ow to
the Secretary of -A,'iicinnati 5Vp
graphical Union, No. 3.- w - V
. i v M. Gaooiia.
H. Sjfow,'
v - R..'Dominrm.
KlCBVoan, Iad March 14, 1S74.S
- " " " - (f
' Uiaiaa fewnalnt ataaajr. , - -j
First quarterly report or the man?
gers of the Ladies Benevolent Society
of Richmond, for three months end
ing February 29th, 1874:, ' r ;J
Caab received on aubai-rf fipn..!ni
" '. SrueBaneBiberaaf aoaMv
from lowuslnu
Hukrt coll
lledion at tbe
annual meeting of the aoetetjr,
Total ; I.- 7-'Jl.'. : St si
Caah paid oat far pravlakinatethlntv
Caah paid out tor wood,.
I, .I, , ,i, IIB j n N
, . 15 50
Balance in
-1137 7S
' We have had donated to us, new
foods, 125 yards; number of garments,
5; pairs of hose, 36; pairs of shoes,
15,- 1 quilt, pieced by . little girls; 2
crocks sausage meat, about 28 pounds:
50 pounds "corn- meal; $10 worth of
meat, and 1 looking-glass. .
The following articles have been
distributed;- !! :!.: V
; Yards of goods, 33: number of gar
ments, 112; pairs of hose, 12; pairs of
shoes, 23; $10 worth meat; I crock
sausage meat, and 25 pounds corn
meal. - t ' .;. : '
'- We would tender our thanks to the
friends of benevolence, who have so
generously contributed of their means
for the relief of the poor, and would
say that we have endeavored to judi
ciously distribute the aine, and nave
thereby relieved the wants of many
worthy persons who are unable to help
themselves during the winter. ,
- Respectfully submitted,
" Mr9. D. Thompson, President
Mas. T. C. Vickrey, Secretary.
For the Palladium.,
Fbibnd Davis: When any old ac
quaintace, who many of us haye known
for near a half century, departs this
life, generally a goodly attendance of
old settlers pay the last tribute of re
spect in attending tho body or c&sdtel
to its tomb in a cemetery. ' .:;
On the occasion of this, the present
week, brought together many such to
interchange greetings'. The writer
met with acotemporary friend whom
he had not before had the opportunity
to take by the hand since his tour to
his old native State of North Caroli
na, hist fall, where he emigrated from
when he was but a few years old, to
near this city, where he Las resided to
the present date over sixty years.
He says he saw but few plaoeB at the
old homestead that ho could recog
nize.' One was the spring ' where he
took a drink. , Tho log house bad
given away to a more modern mansion.
He saw some of the logs of the old
house, etc He was shown the graves
of Nathan Hunt, Mahlon Hoeket,
t and others of some note among the
I Friends. The former visited .White
Water meeting in 1815.. He saw many
highly cultivated farms. The lands
formerly owned by - the noted Nathan
JJjUnt is now a model farm, well stock
ed with . fine cattle and: agricultural
implements. He rode in a car where
he was the only white man.; The
emancipated African descendants con
stituted the remainder; of. the passen
gers, on their way to Friends' Yearly
Meeting. He rejoiced at the ultimate
result of the great, rebellion, though
personally to him a great sacrifice ia
the loss of aon.' i
In his tour he visited the City of
Washington, where he met with some
acquaintances.especially his old friend
D. P. Holloway, who took great pleas
ure in showing him around the city,
though the day was rather , unfavor
able. Called on the President, at his
house, but found him absent on Cab
inet business. He thinks ; the Pres
ident is comfortably fixed. Doesn't
believe he is sack a horse-jockey as
some of the papers try to make him
out, but was told he keeps good horses.
and took good care of. .them, and is
of ten seen driving along the street in
a plain rig by himself.'- , " -
Tor the Palladium.
Ma. Editor The opponents of
woman's suffrage often urge the ob
jection that if women were allowed
the ballot they would vote JUST as
their husbands ro, an J so there
would be no material differences ia
the political status of this country,
but she never believed it, for in asso
ciations with women in business many
years, we have found where they were
ia positions to develop their self-reliance
and individual responsibilities
they were not prone to follow any one
in marking out a line of conduct for
themselves. This conclusion has, in
numerous instances, been strengthen
ed by the fact that women would sign
petitions for the passage of a temper
ance law when their husbands were
opposed to it, and have done it in the
presence of their husbands, remon
strating at the time. And a woman
said to the writer, a few days ago:
"When the man brought the whisky
paper to my husband to signal thought
there was something wrong, by the
way ha talked to him, and I told him
not to siga it, and fee didn't until the
man met him sap town, away from
home, and coaxed him to pat his
name to it; but as soon as I foand h
out I did aot ghre him any peaea un
til he took it off;" and she was not a
woman's rights woman. ' And we lux
sard nothing in asserting that if those
who ssk men to sign their permits to
sell whisky would go to the houses
and tell the women what they wanted,
there could not be names enough got
in sny ward in this city to entitle a
man to open a saloon. But I am a lit
tle curious to know what these objec
tors will do in the case of Mrs. Skin
ner, of Valparaiso. The Mayor of
the eity, in his official capacity .issues a
proclamation admonishing the women
to desist from their visitations and
prayers in saloons, saying it is the
duty of all peaceable citizens to en-!
force the laws, etc., etc. Then we see
a counter proclamation of the women,
one of them, the wife of "the Mayor,,
saying "they believe they have a right
to purs ua Je men to cease to drink in
toxicating liquors, and also to cease
to sell it;" and it is their solemn pur
pose to "go forward in the work to
which they, believe God has called
them." Notwithstanding Mr. Skin
ner, the Mayor, says they must quit,
Mrs. Skinner, his wife, says "God has
called her to the work, and she will
obey God rather than man."
' This is a pretty knotty question for
the objector to settle, and yet it is only
a type of what is being enacted all
over the country in the temperance
work, as well . as other branches of
moral reform; women are settling the
question of duty for themselves; and
one " of the inevitable tendencies of
"the crusade" will be to teach those
engaged in their excellent work, that ,
some men can be convinced of the
sinfulness of their cause in selling
whisky, and will quit because it is
Right to do so, while others will need
the strong arm of the law to compel
them to respect the public sentiment
that demands 'their acquiescence.
And we hail the present movement as
an unmistakable evidence that when
woman sees that her duty lies in, the
direction of the ballot to consummate
the noble work she has begun, she
will not hesitate to go to the polls to
deposit her ".ballot for temperance
laws any more than to hold -street
meetings, to convert ; those who! so
much need the teaching there impart
ed; and if each -one is true to the
higher law within, there Jwilfhe no
conflict, but the course pursued in
either case will result in the greatest
good to those directly concerned.
I ' k;-. m.fvt.
i Richmond, March 9, 187441 sM
! Gnmg It, fuals:
1 Jacksonville, Illinois, Grangers
have a grocery store.
! Three Granges . were recently
established in .. Franklin ' County, r
Kir i " $ "-J- " ' " - j V"- '" v '4
-y-. ' V . - jf - - (-'
! Daviess County; ' Ky.,' has forty
arranges iuu iwu tuumaou unu j
trera.' -Ww- it . . 'J-'SrA.
ri J a. 41. J r" !
i The . Grangers of Evansville, ,
Wisconsin, have formed a . mercan
tile association. ". ' .
The Patrons of Jasper county,, ,
Mo., are preparing to establish a
manufactory at Carthage.
The Washington county, Ne
braska Grangers . propose to erect
a : 920,000 grain elevator at Bell
Creek. '
The McLean county, 111., Gran-
gers will enter the next political ;
campaign with a complete ticket.
The Patron Order is flourishing
finely in California, and all the
Granges ars organizing County
' ;The State agent of the Granges:
in Indiana lias reports up to Jthis
date of 1,450 Granges in Indiana,
an average of sixteen to each conn-
,y. ;'.,.,.-.,,: ,.;-;v
j The Grand Rapids Mich. Eagle,
says; the Grangers propose to pur-
chase the Manufacturing Company's
works in that city, and to run them. '
' (A correspondent from Washing-.
ion',;, county, Oregon, writes that
they have eleven Granges in the
county," and that they are' accom
plishing mUCl gOOd. . , ; ; j,, .- -
The Patrons of Husbandry in
Boone county, Mo., are organizing
a stock company for the manufac
ture of agricultural implements,
with a capital stock of $50,000
- Hebron Grange, in Adair county,
Iowa, has resolved not to purchase
plows or any other agricultural im-J
plements of those manufacturers
who signed the resolutions of the
Chicago meeting on the 2d of Oc
tober hut.
At a meeting of the State Grange
of ' Kamas, resolutions were adopt
ed requesting their State Legisla
ture to pass a prohibitory liquor
law, and declaring that no persons
who retail liquor shall be admitted
to the Order. - ;
The Kansas Farmer, of January
7th. says that there are now upward
of 750 Granges in that State, with
an aggregate membership of over
30,000 They admit as charter
members only intelligent, practical
farmers, of good moral character.
-' The National Grange f Circular
for January shows an increase of
1,566 Granges since the 13th of
December. The total number to
date is 11,264, with a membership
of about 800,000. Ohio has : now,
337 Granges. Iowa has the largest
number, 2,000, and Missouri next,
" P. W. Prudent, of Berne, Adams
county, Ind., writes us that Gran
ges are being rapidly organized in
that county since the middle of
January hut by Deputy Bees, of
Mateniea. . .The new organizatioiia
are fast getting mto mt
working order.
! Evansville haa ahoi - works in
which ahot ia mada by a new pro
ceaa invented by one of its citizen.
Tha process ooaaitU of compete..
Ion, and does away with tha fall
tower heretofore employed.
"ct tjonnicdon
Wholesale arid
Southwest Corner, Main and Af arion St a.
V" " t"mci3 An, March 13, 1874.
Floor Bra: ' ':
Wheat ull, be onehanaart. at SI 51 .
Cora dull at emc . . , , . . .
OataSuatSMcL 1 -
K taawMiawl at U Stl ay ' 1
Rark-y nontinal.
Kggslge. . . -"
' Ktovrdall and naehanced. '
. Wheat, demaasd acUva and aaarkatam
at n Sll 84. . ,
Kye Snu at MP.
Barley Hrat tl 43&1 SL vi
J ,,4
fOtrreeted' weekly by W. W. BrlajK an
Thoai Sieator. The former aives na the setose
of grain, and the lattertbe prices of othet
proa pes ana groeenea.j
Wheat per bohcl
Corn per hstliei
Oate per bwihel..
Hay tier ton..;
Butter per pound.
4gs per aoaen.
fotatr piw tasaliel..
,s so
j. J.
Flour uer UXJ noun
H ama. surar cured..
Hheklera per pound
nldcs per uouud..
ura per (nana.
Tee Bucara, white.
vtsllow and
New Orleans Molaaaua per sjtlUta 1 ttl
orown .
" IS to lb
FVvtium MoIwwm per gallru 7&
Byrops per gallon to U U
On the 11th Instant, at tlie resldenee o
WlUlam ThisUethwalte, by Kev. K.UUlaaa,
Sir. John H. Rallsback. and Miss Julia B.
Winters, all of this county
On tbe lltlt instant, at the residence of
WUltam Thiathletbwaite. by Rev. K.Oil-
ain, M r. Marcus IX Hoggatt and Miss Mary
Hcott,allortbiseounty. f s tJ ;,f
Very aoddnly, at her real dnee. In tnla
nty, at jubcuod wi n Mniunuu auu
Kin ley afreet, on Saturday lost, Mn. Kllsa
ttetb Jonea, motlier ot Arthur Jouea, ia tha
tjdtli year of bermje .
She had, for aoiue time, been afflicted
with apoplectic By mptonia, nnd on the eTn
lngof Batnnlay,her an Arthur, retaining
home to aoppet having ksft hut mother at
noon Id twual health foand heron the floor.
LdaSd. The opinion ot the pttyatctan la that
r . J . . .. . ...... ut..
waa univerKally Tipertl hy hprnrighbora,
and waa an earnest aud futtbful follower of
Hin BUM! tVU UVBU ..UV a.w. .
the Master.
On Hetnnlay niahtlaat, 7th of March, In
the vicinity of Mldaieouraigh, Sirs. Harah
Bark, wife of Theodore Hurk,ae-ed 27 years,
youngest daughter of William Barton.
4 .
Will fee eatanreel all CJm Bills t
amM m fcefare the SwUi ' af tke
--was -
Office hours, 7 a. k. to C p. m.
Open Saturday evenings till 9 r. sr.
Oonsumers can save 10 per eent by
prompt ' payment of bills, and by
that means only. 1 ,;'
A. K. Cisekc ek Cat.
3(ri Maia'. Street opposito Mr.
Bennet's Livery Stable Have 150
childrens' wagots for you to choose
from Prices 'ranging from 91,00
to 5,00 leas than yon can toy else
A. E. Cracker k Cav
Have a beautiful Una of Hamburg
Edgeing's which are better goods
than you can buy elsewhere for the
money call and see them. " ''
mw BwCBi mt SUel toves)
Is very compleet, neraly all No's
and shades of Best make at 303
Main Street, call and get a pair.
. i i r
The lal striate.
i Of M. B. Ballard at tha Depot,
contains every thing that can be
applied to - aUeriatq pain and ieure
the human family of the various
diseases to which it ia subject.
Sartaai Y Clark,
- Are selling Sugar , and Coffee
cheaper than any house in the city.
Call at their. Store under Phillips
cetlsM s n '
At a meeting of Farmers' Clubs
and Granges of Wayne county, the
undersigned was appointed Iveneral
Business Agent for the organization
of the county. ! Parties having busi
ness with the agent will address me at
Richmond. I will be found for the
present at Morrow 'a ttrocery Store,
n it ayne avenue. .
t El am I. Baoww, Sec'y.
SaUee Ss ;Tx-Prrs,-. q" iT I C
The time for paying city taxes
will expire on the lGth inst After
that date, the penalty will ' have to
be added It is hoped that all will
avail themselves of the opportunity
to save this extra expense.
Wat P. Wriso, City Treas.
Cadre Slew 1 :i-! !
L We are, this day, opening an en
tire new line of Dress Goods, Eng
lish Chintz, &c ' -"
J. Fobjotkb, 270 Main-st.
We are now opening the largest
line ef Corpcta ever opened in this
market; comprising Body Brasacla,
Tapestry Brussels, Ingrains, etc
Also,' a full line of Lace' Curtains,
Boiler Lace Curtains, ( something
new), Lamberquins, Ac Ac Please
eau ana ana toos sve out iwct.
J. Foaxna, 270 Main-si
At No. 17, North Franklin atreai.
will be found the hut styles of Mil
linery Goods, Bonneta, ko. Call
and learn jov caroexs at tha old
land of Mrs. S. A. JM Davia.
Eetail Dniggists.
The largest nnd prettiest stock
of Spring Prints in the Market) at
. J. Foaxjnm, 270 Ifatavel .u
Of French China, at Nye's Queona
ware, 2!T Main st Z '
Coal and Wood Yard on Fott
Wayne Avenue, to get your Fire
Brick, Cement, Plaster, and Lima.
Wanted, 50,000 feet of Walnut,
Poplar, Ash, Sugar, and Cherry
Lumber, in exchange for Furniture
at the "Richmond Furniture Coaa
paay's" Rooms, No. 12, N. Franklin
Alsiay Bay Texas- Trsaki
At J-a Starr Son's Trunk Fac
tory. No. 241, Main ai, where they
are made, and avoid "middle men.'? J
Repairing promptly attended to. -
Our stock of Brown and Bleach
ed M ratlins, is complete. Examine
our 12 J cent Goods ? ; V - '
f J- FoaKSER, 270 Main st ,
Cleaat riaxaeeel le 1 nasi. ?
. Carpenter and Newland, at 223
Main street Barnes's old stand, are
prepared to Loan flaxseed on the
most favorable terms. ' ' ' '
nr. Taylara Drag Stare.
In the Huntington House build-.
ing, is open day and night for the.
accomodation of the afflicted. All
the medicines fresh and pure,- and
prescriptions put up by experienced ''
hands.'..: ' . ' ''
iiu- .
, There Is no pain wbleh tbe Centaur Un!
nent will not nlleve, no swelling it will
oet8ubvlue,and no lameness whlekltwlll
net care. Tula is strong language, hat It U
true. ,Where the parts are not gone, I Is ef
fects arr marvelous. It hoc produced more
ctues of rheumatism, neuralgia, lock Jaw,
palxy, sprains, swelling, enke-twvasta,
scalds, burns, salt rheu ra, ear aeae, ete Bo
on the human Tram a, aud ot strains, spaTia,
galls, etc upon animals In one year than
uave-alf other preuttled remedies sinoa tha
world began. It la 'a- feounter irritant, an
all-healUaa; paJnellever. Cripples throw
away their i s sssh ss, the laaae walk, poison
ous bites are rendered harmless, and the'
wounded are healed without a scar. . It Is
no hnmbajf. The recipe Is published around
each- battle. It is spiling as no article aver
before sold, and it sells because It does Jan
want it pretends to do. Those who nowaof.
fer from rheumatism, pain or welUna; da
serve to sutler If they will not as Ceataur'
Liniment. Mora than 1,000, eertiScalea ol
resnarkable earea, fnrlodlng froaert limbs,
ebronla rbansnatisM, gout,rannlnsrt.asurs,
eUL.have been reestyed. We wilt Bond m
circular containing, urtiacates, tbe recipe,
etct, gratis to any one requesting It. One
bostleof tha yellow wrapper On tsar lin
iment is worth ana-hundred doilars ftjrspsT
lnedar awtsuledr borssa and asirlea, or Utt
screw-worm la'sheep.4 Mock, bvwnrs, this
liniment la worth youx atteotleeu, pa Xsrn
Uy should be without Centaur JUnlaoen. r
. KOBE A CO- Sew Turk.
la. mora than m substitute for
Castor Otr. . It is the oUy safe arUcle la ex
1tflne wMeh ft certain to ssslmllaU tha'
tod( regulxta tha awVrckt, enra wfrid-eorie
and produce staxai ! stoepv: It eoatataa
tteither mlnerala, ssurphiae or aleobol, and
Is pleasant to take. Children -need not err
and mothers may rest. . ' 1 -.
CpviAins Rkun All an aonneetneats
f aandidataa, la tbe PsIladtasB, for Nora
inating Election, or otherwise, MVBT be ae
com pa tried" By the cash, at tbe rata of 12. , .
! . nuoaf'..'T ". :4V-'
Errot F4t.i.ATrrxT Yon win please an
noince tho name ot Thaddeos W. O. Ill s
fett as a candidate for Auditor of Way na
county, snbect to the Hepnbllcan Nom
1 tutting Election.. Ir ' . - - , ,
! BHExiFr. 4 -- 1
Mr. EptTnsa-i-rnease announce the Bains
of Joel J.Flxxkt as k candidate for Ktoerffl
of Wayne eonnty, satjjeet to the RennbU
ean nominating eawtlini, - I , .
"'....' i .... nfjjnr. VoTxss.: n
Please announce the name of Koajus
JoKkx, as a candidate tor Bberin of Way na
eon aty, subject toUte Republican nomina
tion. cTr -HAitTPlIirm ',
We are aothorlzed Urannouneo Jaxks II. -
uomsjw, of Franklin township, as
didate for HuerilT of w ay ne euoaty , saliiatt
to the decisiaBof tha RcpubUesa Kosnrna-
U ng election. .
we are anthoriaed to annoonee W. II
SAStst, a candidate for Recorder of Waynst
rot waynar
f the Ue-
county, sawect to the aleelsHin
pubHcan Nominating election.
STATE OP INDIANA,". Vj T''!-i-:i
WaynaCoontyr J 1' . '- ' - -
John C BriakmyerTa.CharWa Lai re at
ai. i . . ...
Be It known; That on (ha ial
JrWattar, bw
1874, the abowe
Taylor, Rand Trw,hUAttorMg,iMlx
tne ornea or im cierKer the Wars
kef the With
ourt, bis com pla'ntaaminat said TTigsaiilssL I
l the above entitled csaae. toaether wrish
the affidavit ef a wamaatent petwavx Usat
said iiefenoaata, asifupn
polil uatenbelnjgr, Abraham fa stir
cos uoeo. Mean u XieBjS
Raid DefeaaaSts. Adovbn Biajallal. Tm.
poid Opneahatmar, Abrahaan Senear.'Uar.
ewey of amid comfiiUint rnslaii it i n.ijt
Uiat aniens they appear and aaawwr'or ae
"'" -''"T f-IMmi If It i Ball laasa.
nwvu nay s tarn nexiX
the next 1 arsa ef ,
i.imn, so na
Hoosa In Richmond.
tfa mattars ana
ni. Liars, an
SSJQ atsnrBtafaf af
P slleawiubajaaaaa trna.andbsa
their alawnas
Wtwa, tbelrw.MnqttsewaIof I
,a i j voart, at tucamoma, tass auk aaB ef
raoTuary.is?. -
w mtn, mm m
r V" v -V-
1 i-w-v-k i-SfW
sat !!
. natfy Helloale Citft IHrlaaiUaai
: tn the 'asryl
K I f Tone ntoaribnled In '
' SSrd aen..laBiatal
; To be draw a Monday, Mas afs aSOv. lsT.
est esAss capitaX phise.
$10,000; IN GOLD1
One Prize,. $5,000 in Silver!
Five Prises W.00O each in Greenbacks!
Five Prises $500 each ia Greenbacks!
Ten Prises 111)0 each ia Greenbacks!
Two Faanily ferriages and Matahed Hones
with Hllver-nnHinievl Hameaa, worth H,-
6tM. ,
Two Boggles, Horn, sea worth each.
Two Flae-toued Huawwaud Itanoa, worth
& eaeh! .
Ten Family Sewing Machines, worth SHW
eaeh! ' i-. ; ' t . t
ISuetlold and Silver Urvcr Hunting WstcU-
es (In aU worth from f to Saw each!
Uold chains. Kilvar-ware, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Number oUifts KyWI Ticket Umited to
WAmU Wanted to sell Tickets, to
whom liberal IVeioiuius wiU ae paid. ,
Magle Tteheta. ai Mix Tllketx. SII
Twelve Tteheta, tS Twaatya e,
' Circulars ounlninliig a full list of irix,a
ltcriptlon of the tuunuvr of dram Inn, and
4her iuforniation In rrfcrenee to the IMntrl
laitiaa), will be seat to any ane ordering
I btiu. All tellers must be addressed to
; Mla office, 1U . UK, BVax a.
101 W. Fifth street. CINCINNATI. O
'.-5w , . ' " '
rum ako avai nan.
. ...i
The undernlirncd has JnstreerlTed htrew
KALI, KT1 OF HATH of all kinds,
la which be invites the attention of all who
Wftttthl tuduluu in the iHtext fashkMia.
ar-Cail at the Hat and i ap Htorr tt
IUcbmuntl. M:irvh 1, . -lv
JN". Freshman,
; A D V K TtT I 8 t N O ' A O R X T ,
OFFEIIH bis :rvlws to alerebantH, Man
nfacturet, nrwl liuxioeKaMea gem-iaily,
fur tlkt Iiiiwi lUm of tlM-lr CHntu, tiniioiinre
metita, and ttJiU-wninU of all kinila, ttl
ttte various itewsiaiM-rs througlioul the
Faculties r excel led.
Rend for Lists of Kewsmera, with price.
rtml i McthoiliKt llook Ctincern Building,
ornery iW WcJ(, fourth sU,Ciuclnnail,i.
pkivatc iKTiTrna.
' Foi1 the Treatment of
ty, Estllepajr, asel stea.riacy.
BCteieuus. nev. . xi, iswruun
llto, Hon. Bellamy Ktorrr.
f '
- For further Infnnnittioii and Circulars, -
Bddreas:,4;. j ju, .-,!,: I in jf-Vi
I . .... - ' t
. ' M'P tit II
t r
- Cfatelaiaiall. ofcia.
SS STewt 4wtT:t; C lBeteaiatt, o.
( .it.7i, WTI'1 '
Itecelvcs on Deuosit, under guaranty, -
i i-j. -J -'. i'J !.- . i
; V
I And slloiherVslaable Papers.
flt JPUriJlY A Iul RKXTi HAKh'Sln
their mala vault, at renaanabte rates.
: vau ana hsid ks sm vaaiagea, "
. I . . H. PEACHY.Fraal.lent.' ;
8. P. BlfHor, Hecretsry. . . -tw, .
tSonnsetor at Isv in Patent Cass, an .
J , - -t BoliertoT el Patents.
Formerly Examiner in V. 8. Patent office
MMW . ...... , r ... .
AAd so arOsiXmoeb dtawomfbrt.
And so avoid all tbow dta
t t , .-! from cold.
a that arine
'An oancaef Piwventia is wwrth a pound
of Cure." .... . : ,
I pmcmbs arx? aril a mad id ne rbat will
prevent yon from taking; I 'aid, without fnll, ;
II JWt .III At, .PI t.lJK K Ull r' k.( ' 1 1 ,
For partiealars, addsesa jJj0H HM1TH,
U. U-. Sprlbglioro, Warren Cotsnty .O. ,
I Ftrty miu-s
tig Cincinnati.
This school has been long established, and
la well known. Education In every depa rt
asent la Omrtmgn. .T)ie next session will
eommeoee January 2sihr and close June 4.
Wot a CataWu containing fall Informa
tion, apply to '
Jfri. MU. If ATTTKWH, Pr.-t.
e. Hon. Is. A. Hwem, Prtt Trnstees.
1 . ,- . . ii.-. .. ... i . i
Ooieral , Cosusisiea' Heschast,
ft-" at" 7 X
w A JITEIi iieans, jsattrr, Chaassy Un,
Prsjltry, Ureen, and
WTmM, Hops. bt.i ,
Bv vliiuaiaaT a us a siaiallsn to aia'
wrrected from the Wayne Circuit Court, I
ViU stMt aA-'Pobtle Hale, at tbe Court
boase doav the asty f FMrbrasai. War ne ,
awhnty, Indiana, on theziat oay or Jnareh,
betaasaat tne awe ox as erawicx. a.
Los a2kMr ttusafaVla YS-b L. Crav
lo sa aa vmm aui mv an ua n
asm wran n.rtc,ta arta.y said ex-
Bay -r tm bm af Patnck -.
Said sale srlttinas asilef trow
stent laws.
Wat. B. Ti:i)V.
" BnarlrTaf Wayne Ooontv.
Lwis IXBtnbos. AU4raylMr Pta-innr.
U-lr pr 17.
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