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THE VINTON RECORD.
McARTIIUR, OI1IO,
TIIUKSDAY. DEC. 18, 187IJ.
Hon. IJarvfy Wflls informs
us that he ha: sold a two-thirl
interest in the Buruly farm to
a company Irom Dayton, Xenia
and Washington, which will
immediately commence the
erection of two new furnaces.
The figures we d'd not learn,
but we know that Mr. Wells
was prepared to offer it on very
favorable terms, and that the
company have got a good thing,
for we believe there is no 6pot
in the world where iron can be
manufactnred at as low a fig
ure. Mr. Wells lias organized his
company and effected the sale
under the most unfavorable
circumstances, buying in the
heighth of the panic and sell
ing before it had run its course,
while citizens generally threw
cold water upon his enterprise,
pronounced him crazy, and
predicted that lie would lose
all the money ho had in his
crazy schemes. Tha trouble
with them is that they have
not progressed beyond the age
of a fire place across the whole
side of the house and a big
back-log fire, while WeIN is up
to the age, and out of his en
terprise with something hand
some for himself, and having
benefited the whole country
round about him, while they
are still trying to scratch out
a living by raising coi n at 50
cents per bushel on their coal
piles. There are thousands of
acres of valuable coal lands in
this section which capitalists
would gladly take hold of if it
was properly presented to
them, but it takes energy,
"nerve," business seuse, and a
knowledge of what you have
and the tact to present it, to
get capitalists interested. A
few such sales would liven our
end of the State, bring out our
undeveloped wealth, and
everything present a different
aspect. Wo have no doubt
over a million of dollars will
change hands at Wellston the
coming year, as the two furn
aces are to be built and con
tracts are now mido for the
building of over one hundred
dewlling houses in the Spring
Mr. Wells has also made a
conditional purchase of a large
tract of coal land G,000
acrts in the neighborhood
of Berlin, including L'ltrohe
Furnce, and is negotiating for
its sale to foreign capitalists
with good prospect of success
Railroad Subscribers,
Some of the subscribers to
the railroad stock have not yet
paid up their subscriptions.
They should attend to it im
mediately for the pay rolls of
the hands for the past month
arejnow being made up and the
money is needed to pay them
off. The subscription is now
two years past due, but we un
derstand that no demand will
Le made for interest from thore
who pay promptly, while those
who do not pay may expect
prompt measures for the col
lection ot the whole amount,
interest and all.
The Cincinnati Commercial
eays there will be but two can
didates lor the Presidency at
the next election straight Re
publican and Democratic and
announces il3 preference for
Eli bit B. Washburne, present
Minister to France. Minister
Washburne has tho qualifica
tions to make a popular candi
date and a good President, and
if the "Liberals" should insist,
and effect bis nomination by
the regular Republicans, it
will be the first sensible act of
their miserable existence. .
Mr. Buxdy has introduced a
bill in the llouse provi ling for
the payment of the Mnrai
Raid claims. Gen. Enoch,
the State Commirsioner, has
memorialized Congress lor tiie
payment ol the claims, and i
now iu Washington further
pressing the matter ou the at
tentioa ot Congress.
We publish
our first
on
page a communication
which
we find in the Delaware, (O,)
Signal. From the communica
tion it would appear that Mc
Arthur ii particularly noticea
ble for drunkenness, which is
not the case. We believe that
we are neiMier better nor worse
than our neighbors in that re
spect, notwithstanding our cor
porate affairs are run at loose
end.
The communication Whs writ
ten by F. E. Adams, a former
employee of tho Enquirer.
The first part of it is rough on
Bowen, and would indicate that
ho was the own child ot the
whisky ring, notwithstanding
he is publishing a religious
paper ana advertises his tem
perance principles in his own
paper persistently. Mr. Bowen
informs us though that he nev
er caw the communication, but
declined it because he under
stood it was a personal attack
on tho Mayur. So that part of it
rests a question of veracity be
tween Mr. Adams and Mr.
Bowen.
llis reason for not bunding
the communication to the
Record lor publication is too
thin, lor Mr. Adams is a prin
ter, and knows that the Mar
filial, while he 6ets type at this
oflke, has no more to do with
its editorial conduct than he
has with the London Times or
any other paper.
We copy the following ex
tract Irom an address delivered
by Gen. Comly before tho Col
umbus Board of Trade. Won
der if McAithur hasn't more
than its share of "mush poul
tices" silting around "sucking
up matter from the body polit
ic:" ' Without capital we can do
absolutely nothing. Wo can
not build furnaces, shops or
other necessary structure!:; we
can not pay lor material or for
the transportation of the mt
terial; we can not pay work
men; we can do nothing what
ever. Mbor can not supply
the place of capital. Even
with capital we can do nothing,
unless it is in the hands oi en
terprising men. A capitalist
without enterprise is like a
mush poultice, lie can only 6it
still and draw. He will create
nothing add nothing to the
wealln of community. He
sirnply, like the poultice, sucks
up matter from the body po
liticmostly decayed matter
nt that. Capital, in the hand
of such a man, serves the same
purpose that manure does it
enriches land by lying upon if,
without producing an) thing.
The capital is spread over a
piece of ground, near a town
or city, and the land is left ly
ing with the capital on it, till
it gets rich. We do not need
many such capitalists in a
manufacturing city."
Mausual Bazaine, who has
been on trial before a military
court at Versailles for treason,
in surrendering the French
army under his command to
the Germans at Melz, in 1870,
was lound guilty and sentenc
ed to be degraded from his
rank and shot. On the recom
inendation of the court the
sentence has been changed to
imprisonment for life on the
island of Marguerite. Bazine
has served in the army lorty
two years and worked his way
up Irom the ranks. His sen
tence is almost universally re
garded as unjust that he has
been cflered up as a sacrifice
to heal French pride fot the
disastrous results of the Franco
German war.
Tuere was a demonstration
of unemployed men in Cincin
nati ou Monday. We imagine
they wish to remain unemploy
rd as they demand eight hours
work and ten tmurs pay.
Iue house lias passed a bill
removing ail disabilities irom
those lately in rebellion, by a
vole oi 141 to 29. Even Jell.
Davis is now admitted to lull
cii izeiisliip so fur us the Llouse
id concerned.
The I'residi nt declu.es to ac
cept Minister Sickles' resigna
tion.
Ex-Supkemb Judge Nelson
and Prof. Agassiz have died
during the past week, Judge
Melson on the 13ih and Prof.
Agassiz on the 14th.
Brsis'ESs prospects seeraa to
be brightening very much in the
East. Mills and factories iu
New Hampshire, New Jersey,
and Massachusetts have resumed
operations within the past week,
giving employment to thousands.
Mrs. Adam, widow of Lieut.
L D. Adair, of the regular
army, who was killed by the
Indians last year, has been ap
pointed post-mistress at Ports
mouth. The appointment ap
pears to give general satisfac
tion to the people of that r
She is the daughter of Lien.
Wm. Kendall, who was post
master in that city under
Tyler. Lient. Adair was well
known to a number of the
Vinton county ex-solliers as
Captain of Co. I 20th, O. Vols.,
with which regiment he served
three years during the rebel
lion.
The Offices at the Disposal of
Governor Allen.
The following cilices will be
vacated at the different times
named:
Commissioner of Railroads
und Telegraphs, term of present
incumbent expires April 27th,
1874.
Superintendent of Insurance,
term of present incumbent ex
pires June, 2d, 1875.
Superintendent Fublic Print
ing, terra expires April. 12, 1875.
Inspector ol Gas, term expires
March, 14, 187G.
State Librarian, term expires
March, 23, 1874.
Register Virginia Military
Land.-", terra expires March, 23,
1874.
The Governor's Personal and
Military btnff he appoints at
any time.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Geo. St. Clair to Daniel B
Walters, 80 acres, Eagle town
ship. 500.
Goo. Dill to Thomas Ankroni,
39 7100 acres, Jackson town
ship, S400.
I). 1 Curry to J.J. Shockey.
part of in lo's No. C5, CO by 32,
le(t, Mc Arthur, $500.
Robert Ilnlpin to Catharine
Curren, in lot No. CC, Uamden
$520.
.'. V. Ohmrr to L.
;'n-lota Nos. 100 and
mer'a addition to
II. Tripp,
101, Oh
Uamden,
S1G0.
Jjseph L. DivauH Jo Cvrus
Devault, 32 acres, Wilkesvilie
township, 500.
Elizi J. Titus to Judson
Cia'ghea, part of in-lot No.
5, Uamden, 1,000.
Jm'son Crnijjlied part ol in
lot No. 5, Uamden, Wilcox &
Miller, $1,600.
Zileaki Company to Ellen
Galavin, CI 3 100 acres, Madi-
bon towiifchip,S5S34.
Tub Porlamouih Times pub
lislies a liat of persons who
nave been taking tbat paper
more than two years and mov
ed away without settling their
little bills. One of them lived
in Vinton county, and we feel
like extending to him the
courlises of the Times' notice.
Llis name is Jacob ('able, and
Richland his post office.
It is said by those who ought
10 know that Raccoon was nev
er as high as it was during the
lute freshet, and a large amount
of property, fences, crops, etc
were destroyed.
Sound Doctrine.
The plutlorm of the Cincin
nati Gazette for the ensuing
year, on the fourth page, will
be found readable and sound.
The Gazette is the favorite city
paper in this section of the
S'aie, We will lurnish the
VeekljG..Z.'itf and the Record
next yer ir ?3.25
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Guardian's Notice.
rrobate Court, Vinton County. Ohio.
NoTICK ia heielijr gien lhat Charles
e- ln tll, a. uiiiti nan of Mary J and I'n
reitn I.. V. Imr, inionri-, hi-file.l nnunta
with hait Virila lor pHrlia) aeilleiiifoi. and
Hint the lifjirinif thereof ia eat lor the 4d ilay
of JmdiiiiJ, A. J'. Ie74. at II u'rlu-k. A. M.
U. b. Ma 10, froutt Juuga.
ICC.1, 1873. it,
rV! WWW
;
FORTHK
S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER ""SILVERSMITH.
Opposite the Emuiitt llouse,
SIircckeMgnust's Old Stand,
ClIILLICOTIIE, OHIO,
lUNOFACTURbil AND DKALKR if
Kino Gold Jewelry.
Amenta for
American and Foreign Watches.
HOLIDAY
Elgin Watclie,
V. o. W. "
II. u n J
W ill ham
HiirliiUlli-ld "
N V. "
8wl
Kiiglbh
(ents' Chalni
Killsnn 11
Op re
Chtttlln "
S ili I liomai Clock,,
Witviilerg
Tny "
0 Ifl Sett,
I)lnniOiid "
Pearl "
Jet '
Garnet "
NicLUcoi "
Bunds ,
Pins anil StU.l,
c'ntT nm.wi
Thimble,
lUir Jewelry
K-clailei
Mlver Wre
P sled Wre
Fin. Dmitry
Agent, for
ME & TOM'S (M PEXS.
A FI LL LNE OF ROUPS 81'ITAP.LE FOR
HOLIDaY,
BRIDAL & BIETHDAY PRESENTS
(inn.l.H made to orb-rand repairing done hT
careful workmen. No extra rlinrue ",r en
gritvn v good, bought at Una establtsniiienl.
2jnn73
.'KADIS 1
GREAT BARGAINS IS LANDS.
200 AcreS in Jackson Townhlp.
I A A CBKS improved. Fait house and sta
lUVile. Ion goo I timber, good orcluiril
17 grulled apple, loo im.li, Ml cherry iiu
pear irees.
1 Hill tnke $1,710 for tl( tract; 81 f'Oo In
b in t. Mill-nil terms oo deferred payineut.
1 rle encot
Tn is land must sell.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
10i)I timber 1 md, well wnterad und neur
JI the railroa.i.
'i ille perle.-t.
Hi I -it soli loir. 18dao
LADIES',
MISSES,
AND GENT'S
Fur Trimmings!
AND
SWAN'S DOWN!
A T
ill IX E A R'S II AT STORE
PAINT STREET.
OTrTTLLICOTI-IE.
400 lMIlllELS
O F
Choice Winter Apples.
Assoited Varieties,
AT
II i:UV J. ISA I LEY' &
FRUIT STOKE,
No. II Main Street, Near Faint,
ClIILLICOTIIE, O.
"Orilcrs promplly filled.
18.eoH7;l
"TRUE TO NATURE"
This Fir.t cl Cbr.imo will I g en lo e
ery iimwri ln-r lo
0 BITS LADY'S BOCK for 1874
Whether tnin.jle MiWnlK-r fur l l.iee !!.
Ir,r in a ?lnli of mx. fur Inurteen '.lliiri,
Adilrma I,. A. CIIIII.T,
N K. nr. Ftxth and Clii-clDiit m., J lnhile I
I'hia, Pa.
Hee Terms in I,ail' Book for oirerclulia
TAKES ON SIGHTIKUTK
I raiiniMerf A-tfttti
uwl Si..int.' .in 1 Uaiia Itr.Ki-Mra'n fiimilv
new!.i-er Kien eerv nli',rii.i-r a r.ia of
the lau-et and ftne-i ll.i:0i RA PIIW
Iwo mont attriii'tre milijei-ie, ihui ti;e on
aiplit pnmteil In Mra. Ain'rann. aa ennlraaia
aii'l eominnion for her "Hid Al" nnd
"F.f A-lnp," Auint have I.rl.ME.NE
Nl'Cf'KShi c.ll it the "lei tiinin.. evr
oltereil i.iii:i-era. We liirni"h th Ji;htpt
m ml lmnilnnniet ouiflt, nnl pay ery hiiih
.oniniiMmon Km-li .nhirilier rei'eiven a iih
out ililuv t"o lniitiliil iti-inreM. a hn-h ai-a
r-!ly tor IMHlDI All: VIJIY.
The piiper luelt lun.i peerlew. aiming Imniiy
liiurnMls. lii-iii: io fo.iiliir I nut ol it Hi. i't
lia the Itttjfi Wi'i'e"iia inlftr vtrltU P.rnilny4
theliet lileinty ii'li-nt. r.'lannl KvjIi'i-lon'H
nerinl i-lnry I. jiiwt hey nmnai hni-k t-hflfitern
itfiplied to em-li fnil.wntier Mri. Mimf'i
lonu expri-leil eeqnel to ' M) Wiltand I" he.
Vina in Ihenewyeiir. An oue wihmy a (f-od
alarr or an inileienilenl , it t'. 'ft T H
hnoineaa hoiihl aeiid foreir- M' A STI. I.
enliira and leim-toj. O. rOJlU i t:u , An
Ynri-, HoHton, Chicago, Cinciunuti or ban
Kraneiseo.
tlntOO' r dayl Agents wanted! AH
P JIUWcIhh,,,, f wf.rkmg people, of
en her I, ungrrotd, make mnie money
at work lor na in their epnre inot,-,entH, or all
the lime, than an thing etna. Paiticulars free
Ad.lrcsa a. ft T I.N so N CO., Portland, Maine.
Til AT WHICH IS
WORTH DOING
IS
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PEIHT AND PKOSPEK
Tlie Favorite Fine-Cut
Ml E-'Cht-wer' ( hoii-e. ia now Inking the
7 lead oi hII other I rernla. I.'ihl in cidor,
plf-asant in tanie. toi.l, ei,d laannir ini-hcw,
this li.l.acco iiosnes-ea eveiy qm-lity to etiit
ehewera, and ells by the Id on ml bucket
lull io,- cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the t.ti,e grsrie ann ,-erh.ps less
qnaliiT. loo I'li. k.ln .i ihia i t It-biuled brnnl'
have fwen eobl in hillii-Mhe alone within
the last two month, enl trans Hill increas.
log -Irylt" bt'Hii.l-rT.K KKAMCK
Chillicoihe, Ohio, are the Heiiiifi.cturera'
agent anil sell at lowtat factory Pnceat
iiuaf 'ltl74
FURS,
'
O. SWIE
.AR1ICLE5 USEFUL
Dolls, Harps, AlligatorsWallets, Games,
Puzzles, A, B, C, Blocks, Velvet Belts,
Shell, Glass ami Paper Fancy Boxes.
YouCan
Buv For
25 Cts.
Elegant Photograph Albums, Shell Sav-
For
Banks,
in us
Paper Weights, English Pen Wipers,
50 Cts.
Shells of Ocean.
For
75 Cts.
The well-known "PRINCE TE0K" Scarf in choice
Shades for Gents. $1.20 each. The Parlor Kaleido
scope, Glove and Handkerchief Setts, Jewel Cases,Work
Stands. French Gilt Call Bells. Fancy Ink Stands, Fan
cy Boxes. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, and
Many other articles of eood value for sale at Retail
during the remainder of the present year.
Prices marked in Plain figures.
I8dec S. C. SWIFT.
'T.
AKD ORNAMENTAL
Fine Wax JJoIls, Urystai
Coral Harps, Pungents, Thread Cabinets,
"Watch Cases, Adjustable Card Hacks,
Patent Ink Stands, Misses Extra Kid,
Palm, and Cloth-back Gauntlets.
THE CIXCIW ATI (OIIIIERCI.IL.
TUB lXDEPEXDEXT NEWS
PAPER OF THE OHIO
VALLEY.
Wllh Hip I.nrcmt anil Mnat Ornrrnl and
nliiiilili' iri'ii I uiliiii oT anr JouriiHl
I'liklUhiil In ilia t'anlrnl ltilou of
Ihe Aiui-rlcun .Niillan.
In aiUilion to the tmi 'en! oiroulut ion of
the CoinmiTcul id Cin-njn.ili and yii-mity , it
ia rolil throiiRh over lline hiimlri.il axenoiea
in Ohio, ImliiinH, Ki iilm-Ky, Ti nneee. Went
irgiiiia, uu'l Soulhutn Illinois, and on all tha
ra Iroii'U in tlioe elatea, and there ia a spa
i-iiil mil for it iilonx the nvtxt livers frutn
1'iltalMii'ix to New oilcan".
The ii iriloi y oi i'iipied hy ihe pr nstil tteney
of the rcmim-rcml m thul viiihin mm ihty'a
ta liKUil liuvi-l of Cini-mnaii, and there are
renhir fiirneri' Milieu lor the C'nnimernial
in (J 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -, Ohio; Inihmmiiolii.; Krnnkfort,
Siifhrille; C'lmrlefton; l.uuiHulle Parkira
iMirin; I hiiiliiBoii).'; Vim-enne.; LufMyetiei
KvauiUH"! Kii-iiiiinnil; lH)ton; Xenia;
HMMitftii-ldi emirlt, l'ehiaare. aii ZaiieH
vilie, uliio; l.exniijloii, Mayviilr; Piiria, mid
( Miilii.niii; and rurcn of other anpaib and
floiirixhintti'itii'.'.
Ciui'iiuiHii ia the mont centrnj of the large
eilieauf the nilion.nnd on nil eiiiva M gup.
I'.Hte.l M tin Hi y nmi pio.eioua ti iniiiiiai
t e-, ia every du'ection Hie louilmTrml l.i the
lav. into iip in r.
In ii iioiitii iii i-en-e the iomniereiat if thor
oughly in'li'pi'ii-tetit. It rei-iiii zeit no ohli
g itmiii. to patty orn ini7Jlioiia. Iim nini-erit
in tnif IMI-.HHIU i 'o(iui:iriy tiiiiieri.ioiHi.aiin
mi lnru ly ppiwhitiil tliiil'ith.snilii'enliers nnd
hiil'itiiil pnrnhiirei in either polill.'ul purty
until unibiT tho-e of llit .Hrly orK-in.-!. mid its
HKr' Hiif I'iri'iiliHion ia Kreater limn thnl ot
nr. i-oiii pi'iitiirni-oiiihiiu d.
It l.iki a lii-Mitv nri"iei.t ,nthe pnlitiei of
Kuri e ii hh-ti ti-li-urnpliie riin-iniiuti-ntinii hiis
hrouulit into teiy l n 1 1 iniilc r. 1 . 1 1 ciiik null iih,
mi. I. i-urui'i. ly ( ii'Iiimiiiik nil'l siit:iiniiij( the
ti-vi'lopiiieiit ot n:ition:ihty in Ueriiiiiny nnd
1 1 ! t , II L- l all llll.V i.MIIikHiI7." Willi t lit) K
pu'.l' an emie in I nin'e mri p'un
i lit- N.ii-mlty ut' ilu- t'liiutni ri'i.il in the nena
ofthe.t.i.v. u epirn no eit nnn ll i ex-1'i-iie
nt home or nli-'iiid. to ohi .in t) tiU
Hi iititi, ty t.iMil nun h e.xp. e-, Hi. I ite..t in
lellii'Di -e, mi l lo preacnt it in t h . nio-t at
Ir.ii iivv und Kiiihi-niii' In in, Our editorial re
ln:irk upon runts, nnd ili(Miinn of the
qiientiuiii ol the ilny, ute m-unrdinx t'j onrin.
iinl. nl ptiiuieMt, li.i ti ii tr nluii.in in view
the eltir) ol t:ie tiuili in Hie inteieti of tha
people. We lio not Mtk oftirlnl It Tola or
..irliMiil . iIkimii;!!-, hm rely ill. on the timi-ui-!.
thai iiiai. out ot the rtpeut mid goad
H ill ul me iililii. at lure.
I he i iiiient lii-tni ol the a orl.l will poa.
mjih, tin- Hiuivr, i i. epiioual imeriat. The
iill.tir of Kuroi.e m-v-r uoie eriu-'l j move
rlo..i-iy than tioi. The -OMiilioutioii in our
f.iiein M-l itioni, eien i l.reateuinif w ,r, m net
coiiiuiand iroioilrnily our i-i-rioiiH i-on"iih-r:u
l.on.andlhu eei-aiou of tho Ainerii-aii Con.
lie nliout roniiiieiiL-iiiL', will nhnorh in an
iiiuiMi l Oeiree (ne iit'.eiiti'in of the eomitry,
fin the. moM vitul nnd !.eiin-hiii ir-Mtiea, linr.n
i:ial Hii'l noliliiMl, nwilt pifi-'tiiM niiliition
Ihe ih.ily ncrKMT nt aiirh a time be
eome. nluioet a iiei-i'!!ily of hie, anil .t is not
likiirdoiik to i-liuin Inr llm i.'ni'-iiiimt, l oin
liii-reial thiit it ia at once the nioM eotnplele
ami IrilKlwuithy Jinn tun i.in d in the Ohio
Valley- ihe renter of the population and the
fteat ol Ihe politi-iil .oaeroMtie lliilinn.
our rehil.on w in p..itii-iil p u lira are auch
thai we aill nut he i.iiin-i'tel ol t.-impei'inji
with the news in the int. re.t of either, i u
me.m to tell the pl.iiu tiutli. and iiiolih nil
ttie nea a, do tiiiitiet wlmni it helps or hurl.
We expei-t to he a, ilioroiiyli nnd uniiii tmi in
preneminK tin m.-i:l inti lli'-ne an iu dealing
wii'i p.ititi. hi i.iloriiiHlion
our Kent are reminded that ihia ia a
proiuis n time to nmva for ni w euh.eri
hero, ami it ii. our imprexinn Him if n iMri-iul
nnd energ. tic etlort were nui.le, there would
lie ocensioii lo inc-reaae orders lirKi-ly.
We otter no other t t.diieeinent. to ajWH
bem than ihe repnuunn of the ioinuien-ial
for enteiiri in (.Heeling Ilia neaa, ann hou.
orahla ikliii( with the people in puhliahinjt
All aipliinnts furniKhed with uneeimen rop
tea and i-ii'ilar g ving ex:u-l und full detail,
ol hoi nea iii'uriiMtiiin.
A.lerli..ini rntea irom 10 to 4n eenla per
ag.le line, aisrnrding to di.hty and poi-ition
the bel terms nft, red hv any (lrNea Jour
nal, i-har'-i'tai-and extant of i-.rcnliition coo
arlared. .. IU i.STEA ll A (JO ,
iHriMj rietoraol tha uim innati Commercial.
UNDERGE0UND
OR,
LIPE BEL0 THE SURFA0E.
BYTII0S. IK.A-A'OX,
942 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incillents nnd accident- bennl tha
light of day; atarthnx adveniiires in all parts
o! tha world mines ami mmln of working
them; undercurrents of society, giinhlin
and its horrirs; caverns nnd their mysteries,
the dark ways of wujae Incx; prisons and
their ee-rets; do-.vn in the depths of Ihe sea
atrange ato'.es of the detection off rime.
The boolc I real, of tne experience wuh brig
anda; in opium ,lena and giinhling hells, life
in prison; stories of exile-; advent irea
nv.ng Indians; journeys through aewere and
rntacomba, acciilenia in mines; piralea and
piracies; tortures of the inquisit on; wonder
lul burglaries; unuerworld of the great cities,
etc.. etc.
Bend for circulars and terms lo agents,
J. Mt. it I! It Ml if tO.,
HAKTFOKD, Co Mi., or CHICAGO. ILL.
Agents Wanted for tub
BULLS and BEARS
OF HEW YORK,
B7 MATHER HALE SMITH,
AWijr GljO CVaro VoQti Prof! Iilvttratep,
if:
Vnii nrih lo know hw Ioitnn- are
') hihI Itl; ho thrwl iiiftiimr ru-
'leM; liow nre crPMifd. how
liK'kn nre hoiikht nnl hnvl l(tHii th.9
HHk. It rHa.e .he hiiuritihtpN of tne
nr-nt iM'hnii pMilruor ul Nw York,
emliou riii nm; the pn-t 'i0 yt-His For cir
oilorfln(i tfiiti. M'll ttit I'lihiinhnrs,
W td fltyant L'eiiwm ckrvmo, mounUd
rtttiu ft ftumiitg. tottery AgtU-
j. tt. Ill Kit if 10,
BARTKOKO, COM4., or CHICAGO, ILL.
MrsHCV"""'''''" Wl,h Key
ullC I '.'I.e. k omtits. Tatsloguea and
foil paitii-ulara PR EE. 8. M. bpaacam, 117
flaoDovarHt., Boston.
j
d
I'eople vlio take theTliiics
get Hie Moriii of their
Momcy,
The CINOINNaTI WEEKY TIMES
Tha moil popular family newspaper, of a
nalionnl ch iiai-'er and repiilatlnn, la ahnut
entering Ihe t hi it v fi r-t year of its tthlica
lion. 'I n lMne who nre tod per.ounlly nc.
qnmnted ilh ita nieiila.it need only he said:
It.- edilonN are epmteil; its correiipondenee
extensive; ita news varied, and Irom everv
qiiurti-r of t ne ulolie; lt airiiMilttiial ilcliull
ment full of prauiiciil itiforinathuii wli leils
ftoiieH, life Mkeli-iiea, nn-l n i-cellany nie
adiiiiied to hoili veung and old; nnd Ms re
ports of the market, o: live stock, grain, gro
cenra nnd dry goods, are alnnya the Intent
and most relinhle.
THK PATPONMOF IIVSRANIRT.
Tina new organitalinn of Ihe farmers will
Rod in ihe Times a friend to the oLjoi-t
nought lo lie H.i-uii'd by l limn, ami in its col
umns the mom nnporuat doinga of thu
"ttranaea."
WHAT 13 SAID OK TRE TIMES,
We can't do without the Times after having
read it eight yenis. 1-nnl it lo 113 Apph
Ion si reel Lot ell. Mat b. A. Kolson.
We have doubled our lint of ht year. Tan'l
do without the Times, nlli'.ongh I am an old
Peinncrat. rt. O Iht.nn, Monl. i nnn, o.
1 do not know of any paper that in deroted
to nil tha interest, or' the niininn famdv. it
nun h as the Times. H. T. I imsi- (, Snud
Cut, Pa.
The Times is ery popular here, for one
reis.in.and that la'yonr oul-tioken course
aiim-t the salnty Menlera. W. A. Hts.,
Uailnon.Tenn.
I have been a jonstnnt render of Ihe Week
ly Ti men for 'hree years, nn-l I i sn't do well
without it now. vv. f. Mix will, Hay Springs,
M iss.
I -ear Old Times: This manes about wntv
years that I have taken yo.ir excellent paper.
nnn tne more I ruin l it the nettei I liko it.
Ltvi Ksnnxiit, Melropoh-City. III.
I ih.itk it . tlie he.t paper in 'he world.
like the way yon talk in p gird to Ihe Con
gie-sinnal lianilr', and I nlo like your s-ip-
port of the Pal ron. ol Indusliy J. C. L.o.s,
valley Junction, lowu.
Kvery
patton of the Weekly Times is pre-
renieu anil a copy OI ine
IM.USTRATEIi TIMES HAND-IIOOK,
An elegantly printed volume of bill scietn ill.
and tniseell ineous nrliilcs, illustiati-il will
nearly!' Oof the fluent vngrnttr.ga. ll nli
cnnluinn a diary for the year I "7 1. In value
nn l nttinciivcne-s it is superior to any pres
ent ever belote oHi red by new-pai r pub!
bli.-h
ers.
Ever' club agent is coinpennatrd for his
serv ee, either with nn extra paper, or eonie
de-iraMe premium
TI-.I!.M: Sini-le mibaeribrr, per year, ti
emu oi nve suo-crioern, per yecr, ea.-h, I 7A,
club of ten ami upv md, per year, each, I 60
Send for list of premiums, el . to
CINCINNATI TIMKSCO.,
Cin.-intia I, Ohio,
POSTPONEMENT,
Fourth Grand Gift Conoert
I-MR Til E 11 F.NF.FIT OK Til R
rUr.LIC LIBRARY OF KV
OVER A MILLION IN BANK!
SUCCKSS ASSUH ED
A FULL BP.A CERTAIN
Tuescay.3lst March Next
In order to meet He irfneral wih nnrl ct
pcct.ilinn of the pul. he nnd Ihrf lickel hohleia
for thu full pavineni or the magnificent tilt.
announcid lr the Fo.iy m ';ra;,d I, ill Con
cen o the Public Library of Kentucky, Ihe
... ,nvrii,ii, hi,, iipiermoie.t to postpone
... vw.i, nt ul, l IHHWIII lllllll
Tuesday, March 31st, 1874
'They have already real: red
OVER A MILLION DCL'RS
and hava a great many agents yet to hear
So 4mUt it rnlrrtaiuM of Iht tale ofemy ticbl ht
jtrt iht ,i,airmj; Intl irhnhtr all art fulii or not Ihe
c..nf .f(aifrf,,r,-,w w.ll nuniroclly Ink, place
tot ii,,; noir )l,nl, if aun rcmin hum Id ihn will
I cmi.t lrd, ai,, Ih, u, i:M ,ciU be ruin in wuuor-
iioh io tut tickets.
12,000 CASH GIFTS
$1,500,000
ill 1 cli-lnlmlcd among the ticket holders.
k j i , t"r,nt,:l m coupons,
.r,,,,. ,,,,,, iiiu-iiuuh, parts win i repre-
,u ...c uiiming iui sg wnuie ticket.
sia.
HST Or GIFTN.
One grand cash iiift. liTifl.iKn;
gifi, loo.issi; one grand cash gilt. 6o,lssi; one
gland cash gift, 9;,,uon; one grand ensh sitl.
.mki; in gmnd cash gifts, lK.tsioeach, loti.mai;
3t'ca-.h gibs, S.isi each, l.ln.msi; Mca.li gilts,
1,1'On e:.h, 50.IKHI; 80c-ash Igilts, SOo each.
4U.IKK1; inocaeh gilts, -lin each; 40.OO0; l.Vicash
gilt., 3Ki each, 4A.WKIJ 1511 ensh gills, 2no each.
mi.iimi; Si'Scash gilbs, hi each, 2,.Hri; U.ihjii
cash gilta.Su each, A5O.001I Total 12,W0gi8,
all cash, amounting to $1,500,001).
Thechtncea fora gilt areas one lo five.
Pit ICE Or TICKETS,
Whole tichels, halvea, tJB; tenths.
each coupon, 13; eleven whole tickets for li'.Hi;
al:.4.. Coi" l"T. $',U,"': "S "lde tickets
JS.onii; 2z7 whole tickets for 10,000 No die
coonl on less than flnO worth of tickets.
Ihe Fourth Hift Concert wlil be conducted
in all respect- like tha three which have el
ready been given, and full particulars ma
learneilfrmn circulars, which will be sent fre.
rrom thu office to all who apply lor them.
1'rders lor tieketsand applications foragen
eiea w 11 he attended to in Ihe orOer in whirl,
they are teciived, and it ia hoped they wib
be sent in promptly, thalthere ma be nndis
eppointmen' or delay in filling all. Liberal
terms given to those who buy to sell again
All agents are pe.emptorilv required to setth
np their accounts a id return all insold tick
eta by iheei, ,iTot Msr -h-
TUOHAN K, IIHAMLETTE.
Agent Public L.biary K, and Msuager Gil'
Concert Pubi c Library Building, Louia.
ille, Kentucky.
HORRIBLE1
I suffered with Catarrh thirty veara, and wr.
cnrd ba aimpie remedv. Will send re
eeipt, postage free lo all afflicted. Re. T.J
MEAD, liraa-er 17S, Syracuse New York.
totlOOin Wall at. often leads
..rmn. N'u risk M-nm.
pamphlet for stamp. Vimrn
Tfjiaaiaojr Co., Banker) aih.
Broken), 39 Wall it., M. Y,
ol
or
foi
bi
I
.n7llkllTl -
A GOLDFN omJHiumii
19 NOW TO
AflFNTS" KM1AWE WITH US.
frt... ---'S,.M.rI.-,Ofcto.
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
For 1874.
inn PKCKf, WO KM.KAVlNr.S, and COL-
V. i ye.r. V,r at o.itnbar f..r W74 u.l if
Atin f lili"nt aara. prlca.
Addre - J AM tS V1CK, Kochxtar. H.t.
RYAXTriTuiJ FLUTE.
Cnmrlfl'' InilrU'.-lion. and
laiK 3olleell
of nw iniifio.
WITH OR WITHOUT A MA9TKB.
Tliin wnrii Ii aclif in a conaifa and almplff
UKiiimna .lh II. Hr,l pr.noit,l. and I grjd-
ofufiura n l.ona, nut-h ara i noHiul.il
riKlilly uilnf making a ood P'f'0"1"'
ihi 1vrt ai pom! la l.ma. PuMiahed by
JnHN CHL'KCII 0, Ciniinnal' O.
CHRISTMASIS COMING.
Now is your time to
fret vour PICTUBE8
made to present to
your friend3 during
tne lioiiaays.
Go toBILLINGIIUEST
ilam.-117-l
TE B
BEST STOVE
IN TrlE
WOR 1L
FOR
Heating School Ilouaef,
C hurt lies, Lodge Rooms.
Court Iiouuei and
l'ubllc llalln,
JOHN GROSSIUS'PATENT
ll ia cleanly, it t rnonomtcal; II it healths,
till. II keeps up a perlect i'lrciilatien of air.
warming illi pans oi tlie room alike. It took
I lie tiit pi i- in i ll 'ii met a II competitors at Ihe
Vienna p. xpoMtiou. riiciiln sand pamphlete
lOninuni'g i-ngrivingrf ami lull piuticiilara fur.
ni.-hed on application, or one ol the alevea
inai be saen i'i operation at my slora. Ye
ine' invited to cull, and see fur yoprsclvei.
JOHN ICELLHOFER,
No. 9, Main St.,
Ghillicothe, Ohio,
Sole agent for Tinton and Ross counties, anil
dealer to nil the most appro red rooking and
II c iting Moves, House. Furnishing (loo Is,
and inaiiiliictiirer of all kin. Is .if Tin,Hht
Iron and Copper Wine, lirdira Irom the
country lor Spouting, Porting, etc.. will al.
inns re- eve initiieoiate attention.
U.lc. IH73
ci:i?-ir;0
O t3 -
-a Ht
- a i
a a a. a c
ADVIOE.
4 PUR of msn'a knl gloea with a bnrdef
1 v t tor was tiiKon irom a .tes in my omVe,
on S ilurday last
1 advise the taktr to return
in em
n. B. MAYO.
JOHN P. PLYLEY'S ESTATE,
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
N-01 ICR is hereby given thai H. Cl Ply
ley, administrator of the estate ol John P.
Ply Icy. deceased, has Hied his nc. mints with
a'de-tite for pirtial settlement; nnd thai
the hearing thereof is set for the lath day of
I'acemb -r nest, 1173.) nt u o'clock P. M. "
II. H llAY'i, Probate Judge.
Novtnils-r 27, IKS. - 4t
$72.00 EACH WEEK!
Acents wanted everywhere. Huaineaa strict
ly I'gitimste. parliculara fre. Addresi J
W'KTII,8t Louis, Mo J,Wptly
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of John DunkU, deceased.
THE undersigned hnk been nppnin'ed and
qnnblied ns almini-lrator of the estate
oi .IO
hn UuD4ile,
late of Vinton county, de
cess. ii.
l-'atcd tins 20lh day of November, A . fl 1S7I
:i JOHN P. uUNKLE.
Mfsji Goods
-AT-
WIIOLHSALE.
Paint and Second Street,
ClIILLICOTIIE, O.,
VfTOCLD reapecttuM invite Ihe atleoMea
I of buyera to hia stock of
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholesale
price ai lew as any
id any other market.
2
o U 2
o
r M
1T..I1T
Flare on Bale lull liaet of
Brown & Bleached Muslim,
t'nlicoes.C hecks, Stslpes,
Glngliams, Canton Flan
nels and Jean.
TOOLEN G00D3 OF ALL jHBT)3.
-Vhlte and Gray Blankets.
HOSIERY anTNOTIONa
flla fscilitis, for busineaa are unequalled,
-.nhling hia, lo otter inducement to the) "
trade t-iUKl lo any olhr honte, - Wsep

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