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A YEEKLY TELEGRAPH
" ' ABHTABUA, OBIO.. ,'
1 Saturday Morning Dec. 27, 1873.
" t rStphon A. Douglas, says that Mr. Tor
' mrr waa tbs moat exact pattern of a male
-politically considered extant
: tvjadge IInpv ot Ban Francisco, anti-rail
r ' meA Mnrllrlats for Utilise! States Senate for
'. rarThs new Constitution of New Jersey
makes chorcU property laxabla. It provides
i. that all oroDortT belonging to ecclesiastical
i bodies shall be taxed upon me same uasis as
tyThe death of Prof. Agassis has indirect
ly brought another calamity upon the family.
Mrs. Alexander Agassis, his. daughter-in-law,
has met her death from exhaustion produced
by faithful watching at the death-bed of the
elder Agassis. ,
tyNewspaper sentiment appears to be s
unit upon two points that the debate on the
salary bill was a disgrace to the nation, and
- that It will do the members of Congress good
1 to go home and see how entirely they are op-
J.i posed to public opinion.
rTbe Forty-second Congress is the lar
gest legislative body that ever assembled In
the capital, and it has a larger number ol new
members. ' Let us hope that It will be further
-distinguished by its honesty and. strict atten
tion to the people's business.
tarThe Directors of the Michigan South
ern & Lake Shore Railroad have authorized
a second mortgage for $23,000,000, which,
when placed, will make the total debt of tbe
road $100,000,000. Only $4,500,000 ot the
new bonds will be issued Immediately.
tVHenry W. Genet, another member of
old.Tweed rlac, has been found guilty, though
sentence has not yet been passed in his case.
-The charge against Genet was that of procur
ing by misrepresentation, Mayor II all's signa
ture "to a false account for work done on the
tWA. dispatch says the Americans in San
tiago de Cuba are continually in fear for their
lives and bitterly compluin that nothing has
been done to redress their wrongs. It la not
safe for an American officer to go ashore
lone In Santiago. All along the river line
Spaniards are erecting new batteries.
U"Mr. Ho we has Introduced a resolution
into the Senate authorizing the President
. appoint five Commissioners, without pay,
examine the economic, moral, criminal, and
scientific aspects of the liquor trafflo, and
report to Congress its effect on crime, social
Tics, pauperism, and the public health.
tyjapan is beating us In the march
civilization. She has not only already re
quired the owners of dogs to put certified
i checks et a tax receipt on the dog's collars,
bat the city council ot Jeddo orders all chil
dren to be labeled with their parents' names
end residence. The plan may be regarded
"lost" art .
rjfA new bill has been Introduced into
the Bouse, providing thai the money accruing
for the sale of public lands shall be devoted
to the educational fund for the benefit of
people. It Is to be hoped that tbe measures
is In opposition to the Agricultural College
subsidy which came so near being pushed
through the last Congress. ,
gyrus election oi an. joow oi iai., io
U. 8. Senate was the signal for great rejoio-
' ing throughout the State. Judge linger, anti
railroad candidate, but a Democrat, holds
lead on the balloting for the short term, and
la believed, will be elected. Mr. Bual'mr stands
second in favor, and Mr. Cole third. The
last named ere Uepubllcaus. 1
. gar"Mr. Bites Is no longer the President
- Ban Domingo, Mr. Ignacio Bousales is
v noanoed as his successor. The change is prin
cipally Interesting to the gentlemen who
taken stock, in the ambitious Sauiaue
Company. , We shall probably hear very
little more of annexation, or even of "protec
tion," la the Case ol ban Domingo. '
t3It is understood that the Ways
Means Committee is not likely to take any
" tlon looking to the relief of the Treasury
the holidays. The majority of the com
mittee are said to favor a temporary converti
ble loan rather than auy Increase in taxation,
believing that the anticipated revival of busi
ness In the spring will do much to relieve
gjrOa the 12ih of January, 1874, Hon.
Wis. B. Allen will be Inaugurated Governor
of Ohio. It Is Just twenty years since a Dem
ocratic Governor has been inducted into
i 4 high position. Hon. William Medlll being
last, he was succeeded by Gov. Chase. Since
that lime until the preseut, the Republican
party has held uninterrupted sway.
, tyThe appointment of Prof. Agassis'
" as hi successor to lbs Presidency ol the
School of Natural BUtory onPeuikess
Island is a matter of sincere cougratuUllon
all who are interested in the success of
nrolscL The name of Agassia ' will continue
'. to be associated with the institution which
, late Prof. Agassis organised, and Mr. Alex
' ender Agassis 's fitness Jbr the position
already been demonstrated.
tyCuban advices report that the prejud
ice against Americans in the larger cities
the islands la se great as to make it danger
' ous for American resld ents to go out unpro
tected. This Is probably exagerated, but
is a dangerous country at the best
Its present condition, and the American
idente there probably bay a lull share
t: the jeopardy .incident to a residence on
bland. -, .
. ' tJr-Tha Baltimore and Ohio .Railroad
instituted a system of reduced fares on
line under their control, getting back
something below ante-war rates. The
tea very decided one, and there Is
be a like cutting down on western and
era roads. The policy will probably necessi
tate an expression from the Pennsylvania
Central, and we look for earnest hostilities
Commander Garrett and Scott - .
OTIIarry Genet of the Tweed Ring
vleted a day or two, since, has sscaped
custody. This escape taken In connection
, the fight of Sharkey, the murderer, has
directed suspicion against the officials
in charge. A ft w mon lb ago, Mr. Tweed
probably have asked i " What are yon
to do about it T" Four others of the BJ
. . the Cuurt House Commissioners, were to
.. been tried on the 28rd, but preferred to
their ball rather than put in their appearance.
There remains but one of the old Ring to
tried, among those who were exposed.' In
meantime it Is presumed that Mr. Genet
; gone yachting. Ex-Mayor Ball's case was
. ' ", trial the 83.-d, sad it I freely predicted
will be freely convicted on'the ground
" ordinal neglect of duty, , though It is
. ' generally believed that be received any
' money stolen under 14 Administration,
The new Constitution' of Pennsylvania was
carried at the late election by a , majority of
84,120. . . 1
.v Mayor 1111 has had his trial and been ac
quitted of a willful, criminal connection with
the New York ring thieves.
The last link In tbe Mississippi Central rail
road line betwesn Chicago and New Orleans,
was supplied on Tuesday last by the starting
of a transfer slesmer from Cairo to connect
with the Kentucky shore.
The West Virginia Legislature, at Charles
town, is deeply ; Involved ajrala with the
Btate Capital question. Wheeling people are
anxious to know tbe result before Charleston,
On tbe Kanawha, Is snowed In for the win
It Is snnounced that the price of coal next
year has already been determined on, and that
the market will open at ten cents a ton lower
than It opened last Spring. This deduction
is not considerable, and will not affect the re
tall trade. The amount of anthracite coal sent
to tkfe-water bv tbe principal routes up to
Dec. 13th, was 17,575,220 tons sgalnst 16,747,'
067 tons for the same" period last year an in
crease of 828,153 tons, or about five per cent,
Tbe New York Jniunt says of Mr. Gar
field's chairmanship of the Appropration Com
tnlttee, that "it makes certain that the est!
mates of the departments will be rigidly sera
tinized, and tbe expenses kept within proper
limits. Mr. Garfield, In tbe last Congras,
stopped a number of old leaks in the Treasu
ry, and Instituted more searching inquiry into
the disposition of the public fan Js, with a view
of chocking extravagances, than ha been
made by the committees before."
Tbe iJomsumption of Prairie chickens, will
show to some extent the amount of game that
eaters Into the food of the expenses of tbe
country. Tbe number of these birds sent to
Eastern markets, last winter from Sioux City,
was about 23,000. The number sent from tbe
same point tbe present season thus far, la 85
000. and the season not vet being over. It
estimated the number will be swelled tp 60,
000. The rullne price is from $3.90 to $4
Mr. Wittbaus, a passenger on the Vllle du
Havre, has published a second letter, In which
he throw the entire blame-for the collision
on tbe officer in charge of the deck at the
time. He also say that the officers and crew
acted in the most cowardly manner after tbe
disaster, and that every rescued passenger
was taken out of the water, while many
the officer and crew did not even get ' their
feet wet. 1 The evidence of tbe crew of tbe
Loch Earn confirm tbe later statement
"Hon. Henry W. Genet" Jut convicted
New York a a participant in the "ring"
frauds, wss elected last November as one
the regular candidates of the Democratic par
ty for Assembly. His term of service, not
withstanding his election, would have been
spent in the penitentiary, but that he has man'
aged, through the lenity or connivance of
sheriff who, under tbe escort of a deputy, al
lowed him to go and .see jbls wife to make
his eicape. Five thousand dollars has been
offered fer his spprehenblon.
' " .
Fatting Hogs on figs, is an Idea in husband
ry that strike one in ibis latitude, with sense
of criminal abuse of nature's gifts, and yet,
a Ban Diego Call paper suggests the cultiva
atlon of this luxurious fruit . for feeding
wine. The argument Is IbI, that tbe fruit
good for the unclean beast, 2nd that an acre
of figs will fatten more hogs than an acre
corn, ana ua, tne ease ana laciiuy or raising
this , feed. A. fig cutting, stuck into
ground, in six months will bear fruit, three
crops a year, and the growth of tbe tree
three years is equal to that of an apple tree
twelve. For fruit California, certainly la
Japan. News from Yokohama Inform us
a recent change of Ministry.' The Immediate
occasion of the Ministerial crlsU was the
Wlth'Corea, The antl-forelgn party favored
tbe establishment or an imposing army ecd
grand fleet, with the purpose of restoring
ancient condition of Isolation for the King'
dom. But the Mllkado elded with the foreign
party, though they were in the minority,
after removing the ' Ministers who were
posed to him, filled their places, from among
tbe members of the Japan Embassy, who
been traveling among the principal countries
of the world during the late years,' and
are essentially progressive In ' all their idea
of government and International intercourse,
Thh Bbiutb Commutes on Retrenchment
seems not to be altogether misnamed. It
reported a substitute for tbe House bill repeal
ing the salary grab law, The Benate bill
vldes (1) for the repeal of all Inorease in
alarles of Congressmen and Congressional
employes, and for fixing their compensation
at what it wai before tbe passage of the
of last March t (3) that all heads of Depart
menu shall receive salaries of $8,000 a year
and (I) that the Secretary of the Treasury
have authority to cover back into the Treas
ury all Inorease of psy yet Undrawn, or
has beeu or may yet be returned. Tbe bill
certainly a nearer approach to the demand
the people than anything that has heretofore
1 Womu PuaAcnsas. It will be remember
ed that the Presbytery of Brooklyn, about
year and a half ago, took official cognisance
of the fact that the Rev. Sarah F. Bmiley
preached In the pulpit of Dr. Culyers, church.
Alter a debate lasting two or three days,
resolution was passed reaffirming the declar
ation of tbe General Assembly forbidding
to assume olerial duties at miscellane
ous gatherings. The churches have faithful
ly obeyed tbe rule nntll a week or two
when the same reverend lady preached In
same pulpit on two occasions.' The result
tl.attha Preabvterlan world of Brooklyn
again excited and talking or calling the
together to take action In the premises.
As this I the second violation of the rule.
become an Interesting question what will
Praabvterv do. The reaffirming of
General Afcsembly's rule ' haying had no
What will MM grave body do t '
M . - '
Recent revelalloue in lbs wlue trade pf
inn omrht to dumel the delusion that there
any suob thing as "good old sherry." .
Kii aherrv proves, on aaalsys, to be
atrocious compound of nuetrallred add
Elbe water, potato spirit, capUllare, ana
leal flavoring matters. . What have been
posed to be honest brands ooosuse they
Imported direfl from Spain, are found
about half alcohol. Alcohol is aaaea in
to keen U durlne the voyage, more Is added
It arrival in England to fortify it, the
mel" used to color it is about balf spirits,
the "dulce" or sweetening matter, is one-third
spirits. A lsrge quantity of plaster-of Paris
ths final addition. The brands thus
are tbe better kinds of sherry. As for tbe
that Is sold by . the. drink, it U described
poisonous - dram of alcohol, sweetened
aurar. and mixed with a flavoring of
common Spanish or French wine. .
Plow Makbkb ani Plow Uandlkkh. A
new controversy has broken out In tbe West
a dispute which Is a branch ol the one which
the Patrons of Husbandry are carrying on
against everything so tending to decrease the
tbe farmer's profits. This Is described as a
war between the "plow-makers" and tbo
''plow drivers," and It has broken nut chiefly
In Iowa, and Illinois. It appears that the plow
companies have resolved In Illinois to sell no
plows to farmers' club or grangers, except
ing at retail prices. This effect Iowa as well
Illinois, and In the former State the manu
facturers of harvesters have taken somewhat
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State Grange has resolved to buy no more
plows of either of the makers or their agents
while In Iowa tbe State Grange has determin
ed to go Into tbe business of manufacturing
harvesters for itself. This controversy is a
good deal similar to that couducted In behalf
of "cheap transportation. '
Atty -Gen. Williams' opinion In tbe Virgin
lus case, recently given, is based mulnly on
the law of 1703. He decides, after full In
vestigation, which is given in detail, that tbe
papers of the , Virginlus were procured by
false swearing, and that the vessel was really
the property of certain Cubans, who had pur
chased ber lor an Illicit traffic. He decides,
tbcrfore, that (be Virginlus had no right a
against the United States, to carry the Amer
ican flag. He holds, nevertheless, that while
carrying tbe flag, she was as exempt from In
terference on tbe high seas by foreign Pow
ers as if she bad been properly registered, on
tbe ground that neither Spain nor any other
Government could assume a Jurisdiction be
longing exclusively to tbe United Slates. This
decislo n relieves Spain from tbe obligation of
saluting the American flag, under the terms
of the protocol, and it makes incumbent on
tbe United States to prosecute the Virginlus
under tbe laws of this country.
State's Evidence. E. A. Woodward.
Couuly Auditer ol New York City when the
Ming ruled, has conseniea io lurn state s evi
dence. Ho has returned to the city and giv
en himself up to tbe authorities. The Dis
trict Attorney ana ills assistants, while ad
mitting that Woodward is in the city, refused
to disclose bis whereabouts. Negotiation's -be
tween Woodward and Attorney General Bar
low have been In progress for months past
It is asserted that Woodward has been prom
ised immunity from punishment on condi
tion ot bis giving testimony in all the Kluir
casus which yet remain to be tried. He will
first be usca as a witness uuring tne trial ot
ex-Mayor Hall to begiu this week. It is as
serted on trustworthy authority that. Wood
ward is prepared to turnisn all tue missing
links In the chain of testimony against the
persons accused of fraud ; and that bis con
fession will be especially valuable as giving
information regarding tbe division of the plun
der. It is further alleged that he will Im
plicate some persons against whom no proof
of crime bos heretofore been developed, in
cluding two or three persons now holding
bigh offices. Hull may have an opportunity
ot airing bis wit In States prison.
Surrender or tub Pkisonebs. The
Trilmni Key West telegram gives an ac
count of tUa surrender ol' the Virginlus prison
oners to Lieutenant Commander Braine ot the
Juniata. It appears that the Spanish author
ities to the last moment kept the poor wretch
es in Ignorance ol their prospective release
and with base Inhumanity led them to sup
pose that they were to be executed. Priests
were with them taking, their confessions and
dying declarations aud imploring them
looK to uou ior paraoo.
TliMv wttrp lulrnn nni
A ti JK ? a ?.
of prison in despair, but on their way to the
slaughter pen, as tney supposed, tneir eyes
lull upon tne duniaia nyiug me nag or the
United States. When they realized this truth,
S scene occurred which beggars description.
Their enthusiasm knew no bounds. They
were speedily transferred to the deck of the
Juniata and gave vent to the most extrava
gant but touching demonstrations of joy, em
bracing eacu oiuer, some crying, some Kissing
and others audibly offering thanks to the Al
mighty lor the deliverance from the horrors
of their dungeon and tbe prospect of an Ig
nominious death. Va the night belore tbe
surrender, the officers and orew, of the Ju
niata were stationed at tne quarters, ber suns
being turned on the olty, the Spanish volun
teers haying been excited to an open riot
tbe rumor that tne surrender was to take
On the srrlval of the party at Santiago, or
ders came to the ship from Commander Braine
for the paymasters to issue all the blankets and
peajaokets in his aepariment to tne prisoners
who were hardly fit to be seen In their rags.
This wss speedily done. But as there was
still great destitution, every man on board
give their own blankets and wearing apoarol.
Every heart waa touched by the pitiable con
dition of tho prisoners. Tbe poor fellows
that thoy were barbarously treated.
The surrender took place at Morro Castle,
six miles below Santiago. A. receipt was giv
en for the prisoners.
I.lat nt Patents Issued from the United States
PaUiut Offloe to Ohio Inventors, for the week
lng Deo. Slh, laI8, and each bearing that, date,
this paper by Oox Cox, Solicitors oi Patents
wasnuurton, v. w.
Stove and Smoke Houses J. N. Deardorff,
: Chain Machine F. Leonard Cleveland.
Refrigerator B. Lorena and H. F. W. Ben
Benoh Plane Q. W. Uubber & A. HIckln
Paper Bag Machine J. P. Raymond, Cin
cinnati. Carriage Top Joint O. W. B. Sterling
W. Pohlman, Batavla.
Manufacturer of Glassware A. A. Baggs,
Salver A. 11. liagfs, urlugeport.
permutation Lock II. Gross, Cincinnati.
Sash Balance 0. Ilarbaugh, Eaton.
Permutation Look 8. Miller, Gratis.
Spark Arrester II, 0. Parmalee, and S.
Watering Column for Hallway Tanks
N. Poage, Cincinnati.
Leather and Creasing Kollor S. 15. liandall,
Uunrd for rreventing leakage Around
Chimneys J. F. Bchu y ler, Tostorla.
Btove ripe Bhoii w. u. mepuenson x
W. Btephonsou, Yellow Springs.
The Senate Finance Committee have
heard the argumonts of a delegation
Philadelphia druggists agaiiiHt the
ing of tho Internal Revenue bureau,
the effect that all prescriptions rilled
apothecaries ana markea in writing
to the amount of the dose, must have
internal revenue stamp upon them.
commissioners, it is believed, will
the error of this meeting, and
out of it.
There have been presontoJ in
House thus far this season over one
and twenty-five bills, looking
the granting of pensions of widows
nrtilinns at aoliliitia of t hn Iiit.a war. . I
class of claims come before Congress
aooount ot tbe law which rreHonbes
limitation of time for tiling of the
A bill will be introduced in a few
in tbe House looking to an extension
time for filing of such claims before
rousion omce. , . , ,
, At the recent meeting of County
mlssloners iu JeSviBon, says the
nel, the new Commissioner, ,E, 0.
appeared aud was qualified. The
bonds of. Mr. Eingsly, Coronor
W. IL Crowoll, Auditor elect, E.
mond, Iufirmary Director elect, and
L llari, Sheriff elect, were presented
the Board, eicamlned and approved.
The greater portion of business reported
is upoo report of viewers of rpads. . !
Mkmoiiiai. to Lincoln. Kov. New
man Hall is building in London, on
grounds contiguous to his clumdij a tow
er mo-e than two hundred feet high, at
cost of about $25,000, in memory of
Abraham Lincoln and emancipation.
One-half of this mim has already been
raised in Engluml, nnd one-half has been
nearly all contributed in this country.
It is believed that not more than $400
or $500 of the wholo amount is wanting,
and this will bo forthcoming in a few
days. The whole amount necessaiy for
the completion of the Memorial lower
. . . ... T
couiu nave ueeu eiwny nuwuiii jjwuuuu,
tint n h conccivea tne iuea oi niuKinif n
an international work, and thus half of
the expenses will be defrayed here.
Hailroad statistics pnblished by the
Ohio Railroad commissioner, made the
following showing. The whole number
of casualties upon the railroads of the
State for tho year ending June 80th
were, passengers killed, sixteen; passen
gers injured,; sixty -eight; employes kill
ed, ninety-two; employes injured, two
hundred and seventy-three; others kill
ed one hundred and two; others injured,
fifty-seven; total fatal, two hundred;
non-fatal, three hundred and ninety
J. MANSFIELD &. COMPANY,
PRICES REDUCED GENERALLY 1
Buy" a good msn'a Hnlt, dark well made. Two Dollars
DUYB a goua it urKinif rmiiaiuou. i en uuiiBra
buys a Black Bttaver Ovnrcoat. 18.U0
buys a Boy's Ovarcoat.
that the Clothing at 59 Public Square Is Warranted
represeuted and. we are not Undersold.
OUB REDUCTION IN PRICES
Is rnlnoue. provided It Is to continue any length of I
time, but prices must advance in all kinds of Merchsn- I
dlse, as ther are being sold much less than the cost of I
production. However we suaii continue oar
nntll alter the Holidays.
We are below the
on aiany of our goods.
For B0 and 78 cents, and our ONB DOLLAR
can't be beat.
, For a Wet Day. ;
tfTDon't forget to call at S Fubllo Square, Cleve-
i laud, O., before purcha sing, 1M4
HIIE PUBLIC are undoubtedly aware
-. ol tue necessity, mat every Tanner ana mae Buy
er has long felt, for a radical chamhi In tbe method of
buying hides ; and believing, (with other similar
Associations now being organised throughout tbe en-
lire WDM, UltJ lime nuw cumu iur lajMnuuTi jewiuKj
In regard to this much needed reform, the und a ret pried
TriniiMrtt and 11 iiver met at Warren. O.. Not. S4tb. 1H78.
tanrl ftrint.ttiri thn fnlluwlnsr rule which are aubmltted for
your oouuideratlon and apprwalnd If fonad to accord
with yr views.you wllf pleaee sign the 'Certlncata
ol Approval" hehow, and send by return
mail, to the
"rteoruiary or Tannersana mae Buyers
that vour name snd influence may be added to tbe Asso
ciation, in an addreea to the Farmers ant Butchers
throughout this section of the country. , , .
Wanna, Ohio, Not. Uh, 18TS.
in rnnfnrmltv to the rates adoDted bv all" Eastern
and Western markets, the undersigned Tanners and
Hide Buyers, throughout the Hheuango and Manonlng
Valleys, will from and after Dboshbir 10, 1818, accept
Oreau Hides. "TamalDOKLT." I. . Fbbb FKoaHOBHS.
Skulls, Bmiws, Tail-bomi, ucd all otbsb tacjud
A deduction ofoaa Cure ran Pomro. will Js suds
rrnm .11 hlfl. hrnnirhh to na kot trimmed asabove.
A reduction of osi thibd of the market value will
be nude for out, wabbuiii, on boll airo sia
Tildsh a Ehoufs, Rock Creek, O.
Wiloox Co., " " '
Krkhl, HiusTia Co., Olrard. O.
Wi. Stbwabt a Bon, Coltsvllle, O.
H. Kxoblooh, New.Castle, Fa,
A. O. MoNab, Sharon, Pa.
J. D. Smith, Liberty, O.
Wm. II. Fhabibh. Liberty. O.
Johnson Qhovbs, Bookneld, O.
Wm. O. Tdttlb, Oreeneburgn, O.
L. O. Bbab, Warren. O.
C. V. GoBPFmuHL Ravenna. O.
M. Mabshal Sob, N. JsAsou, O.
a. u. shush, tsaconaourgn,
&BB, N. Falls, O, '
its. Kinsman, O.
k-'arren aud Miles. O
C. J. UOBFFIMtlBB
B, K. C'hhut, W'srren aud Nlles, O.
J. Yah Flbbt Sob, Youngstown, O.
8. L. Hunt Hon, Warren, U, ,
J. B. Hamsdbll, Brlstolvlile. O.
O. (i. Uaht, Gustavus Ohio,
Fibstbb a WioauBB, Warren, O.
IIohbuiam, Bscs, Pobd, Warren, O.
CSBTXFIOATS OF AFFBOVAU
This Is to certify that approve the action
if the "Tanners and Hide Buyer's Association" at
of tbe "Tanners
meeting hold at Warren, O.. Nov. Slth, W78 and will
adopt the rules made at said meeting, on and after Doe,
"Unquestionably ths best sustained work of ths
ki&d lu ths world."
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A complete set of HAHI'KH'8 MAUAZ1NB, now com-
uacB numoers can ue sumiuou at suv lime.
nrlslnir 47 Volumes. In neatolotn blndlns. will be sent
arising 47 Volumes, In neat cloth binding, will be sent
by express, frelgiit at expense of purchaser, for $
pur volume. Dingie volumes, oy man, posipaia, se
Cloth oases, for binding, ot) cents, by mail, postpaid.
The postage on Harper's Magaxlne is M oents s year.
Which must be psld at ths suhacrthnr's post-utaoe.
UAKPlUt A 11KOT1
tin urn, ue
FARM FOR I S, A M, S, BONDS.
rPIE Subscribor will exchantre t Farm
X of SOS acree, situated In", Monroe, W of a mile north
of Kelliwgsvllle. on the main road, for 110.000 la L.
A M. S. bonds, at their face. Perhaps a good customer
might be accommodated a trifle lees. lt4 acree of
Dmu is Oleareo, aua so acres oi epienuia umoer, a
orchard, aud the buildings are, a large dwelling
woodhouse, a large cueu.e-house, lanre stock aud
9, latvs sw tuia
irs. Title Indisputable.
oarns, wttn ail outer om OHiioiug
Klngsvljle, Hoy. rTth, 1ST;. 41H48
RIOH FARMING- LANDS
I ; v.ux vuxav i
No Fluctuations I Always Improving in ValueJI
Tht FsoUA 0 Vu ttewnfry u mtuU by Ma Ativan
IS) JlH A'HM. r-
NOW IS TI1K TIME I
UIIK.r.1 ...... . .t l.-J. nM Ik. n
neut, in Bastsbm Nbbbasiia, bow for sale eo.
IAfi smr btfor. (As awiU( at prlcea that DJUf
Five and ten years Credit given, with Interest at
Tbe Land Grant Bonds ft the Company laxsw sX
for lands. . They can now be nnrchssed at a large
"Full bartlculara trtven. new Aulde with
Maps Ulled (iee,4ij addielng O. r. DAVIS.
'. ; ... 1 -
1 8 OCT., Double Reed, 0 Stop Organ,
iwWv and tn Sue order. Ooet, (ns. will be
for Slou kauln eaU aud aalanoe iu small ni'.nUilr
payments. F. O, Abba IS.
Stoud-bAad planoa lor rant, inquire of
'ISaait I F.C. FAfliXTT.
Wo Sell .at Cost.
Wo Sell at Cost.
FOR CO DAYS.
FOR 60 DAYS.
FOR CO DAYS.
Our Stock of Dress Goods
Our Stock of Dress Goods
Our Stock of Dress Goods
We Sell at Cost.
We Sell at Cost.
Our Stock of Shawls.
Our Stock of Shawls.
Our Stock of Shawls.
IPOr 60 3D3rs.
2Tor GO Days.
Wo mil Sell at Cost
Our Stock of Carpets.
Our Stock of Carpets
Our Stock of Carpets.
Wo (Sell txt Ooot
For Money in a Minute
For Money in a Minute
For Money inta Minute
GKOCKIUES, FAMILY BUITLIES, Ac
JIow, Yon Can Do It?
Save Your Money t
Don't bo Salted any longer
TlIE old style of Buying and Selling
Groceries la Tlayed Out with as. CASH Is the only
Principle on which to do Business, as within
last few weeks we bars worked a wonderful and
marvelous change. Hundreds of people a month ago
thought that GROCBRIB 1 oonld be sold at
every day scores of customers are addod to our
aether nnd ther can get moro Goods for less
This Is no Advertising Humbug.
The fact la paten
to all. Common sense tells how ws can afford to an"
Wa Sell Only For CASH!
This Is an advantage which NO 8TORB IN A8HTA.
BULA can offer you. If yon buy of a credit store, yon
must pay credit prices, yon must pay the bad debts o'
dishonest customers, the expense of extra help and
book keepers. Interest of long standing debts, and ruin,
ous prices of old slow style of doing business.
WE ARB 1IERE TO BTJ8TAIN THE CASH
SYSTEM AND ITS ADVANTAGES
among yon, and tbe aid yon extend to ns will sustain
in vonr midst comnetltlon that will keen ti rices down
break, np extortion and high prices, and sell yon good
goods for leas money than yon hava been accustomed
I to pay for inferior articles.
We Mean Business,
I snd ws guarantee to Save yon Honey. The reason
must be self-evident to every reasonable citlsen.
It Is not In keeping with good sense or
economy to waste money In these
hard times by paying
high prices or
WE SELL ONLY FOR CASH
AT THE LOWEST PRICES,
I and on ths broad principle of, alike to all, with
goods at Small Profits.
t"No Extra Charge tot ths Delivery of goods.
J, St. FAULKNER eV SON,
Haln St., Aahtabnla, Ohio.
December lStb, 18T1
Books, Stationery, Newspapers, ItagasineS, Plot
Picture Frames, Glass, Baby CsrrUgsi, eta.
The Ever Eeliable Sineer
USold on the most ecommodatlnj
ng terms.'oy n.
qHOVBR, Klngsvllle, Ag't lot M.
K. Aabuoua vo.
ffllQl day mdam4Md to Agents l
tplO Bdlutam Co., 6 St. Paul St.,
T1TT1 T0 TTkT HINOl CONE buiuhk
X IRESII3Xl SUN CHIMNEYS made
PLUMS st ATWWOOD. produce the largest
oiVb. used on aov ooei ol lamp. For sale by.all
b T-SYCIIOMANCY or Soul Charm-
JL lng." How either sex may fascinate
Iejalu the love sno anwuuu. oi uj ra,
Instantly. This simple mental acquirement all
rjossese. free, eyauan, m uh, nuwn w..
kaVrUae Ouide. iVyptlaa Oracle, dreama. Hints
irfi..r A Queer book, loo.ooo sola. Aoaresa
WILX1AM CO.. Publishers, PI
MEN. Girls, and Boys wanted to
our Trench and American
Utmu. Ac. in their own localities. No
r. Q. VICKEKY A) CO., Augusts, Maine.
J pages. Sent by mall for c. Address OIO.
BOWKLL A CO., 41 Park Row, New York. ,
' A BSOLUTE Divorces obtained
V rvuirti of riillkrent States, for desertion.
No publicity required. No cbanre nntll divorce
Addreisil. aODBK, Attorney, 1M B"dway,
rw The Engnei
f j cent lecture,
iryf J person to repl
f r I An English pi
7 reenltea from
The Fngltek inSdel, Mr.
pit to his argument,
rvenlted from the Invitation.
collier twee ana spov "r?
aa follows: "Maieter Bradlaugb,
me aad say mi ,
till one of these
T , -i . ... .., this wmv.
i.,i (nadel. and ased to
i mt me about atteadlug the
r-meebuget nut cue oay
pit e large eoo vi vuw wm
a Jim's bead, Jim thought
was allien, aua on i mou,
did holler and ery to Ood P'
turning to air. uraoiaugo,
kuowiug look, he said,
oan, tnere'e nowt like cobs
cual an knocking tbe
skL.w oat ota man."
1ICS. . - "'
Doa't be deceived by the ery of "panic
that's old, now J bat Just call at the "old" putt
I ee. th Holiday Qooda. for all age, at , -
v .. XhX. -aV. JjXOXb
HATS, GAPS, eja
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
LARGEST STOCK IN NORTHERN OHIO.
A 8PECIALTT MADE OP PINK CLOTDINQ
BOYS' CARDIGAN JACKETS, .
In OTERCOATS I hava s full line ol Mens', Touth
and Boys,' of all Styles and Prices.
EDWARD G. PIERCE;
FOR THE HOLIDAYS I
FROM this date nntil Jan'y 1st, 1874,
.1 offer all goods in my large stock at
. IS Per Cent. Dlteoant, .
GEORGE W. DICKINSON,
Ashtabnls, Rot. Mfh, 1878. ' ' ' " ' : ;'"
Now Is ths time to bay s FTKB WATCH and .
CHAIN, SILVER TBA BET, s Splendid KING, an
Blegnt Bet of JBWKLBT. or anything in ths Jew
elry Line, CHEAP.
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