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:THE VINTON RECORD.
MflARTHtlR, OHIO,
THURSDAY, MAR. 10, 1874
Tub Enquirer of last week
contains an indecent, libelous
personal attack upon the edi
tor of the Record, which shows
by its vile language that it
could have emanated Irom no
other head and heart but last
.'all's disappointed aspirant for
the office of Probate Judge.
We don't blame him tor writing
it he has no better sense.
Nor Bowen for publishing it. It
is just about such an article as
' he the diseased remains of a
Jackson county bawdy house,
would crave; ht matter for the
appetite of a man morally con
icted by a jury of his coun
trymen, as appears by the pub
lio court records of the county
whence he came, as a trader in
his former wife's virtue, and a
procurer of her ebamel And
since his removal to our town,
publicly charged as lo time and
place, as the instigator of theft,
which he has not dared to de
nyand with this, is the pub
lisher of a "religious newspa
perl"
W do not feel called npon
to defend ourselves from the
aspersions of such a black
guard or his friends; for the re
spectable people of this com
xnunity have not forgotten
these lacts in the history of his
misspent life, as he carries his
marks of stume in his hang
dog countenance wherever he
goes to remind them of it, and
dare not look a decent person
in the face. We regret the ne
cossity ot parading these dis
gusting fads before our read
ers, but as his paper h con
stantly filled with abuse, not
only of ourselves, but of re
- spectable citizens who are at.
tending industriously to their
own business, we are compel!
ed to hold the mirror up to na
ture, so that those who do not
know him, may know of him.
Volcanoes in North Carolina.
Special dispatches to the
N. Y. Tribune to-night from
Raleigh say there were many
rumors there over the state
ments that volcanoes had bro
ken out in the western part ol
the State.
Dispatches from Salisbury
say that the conductor on the
train from the West says that
while loud noises had been
heard about the mountain,
which bad frightened many
citizens; no smoke or fire had
been seen.
. Passengers from the West
on this rooming's train confirm
the report of rumbling noises
on the surface, and the general
upheaving of Bald Mountain
in Western Oarolnia. People
living on and ner the moun
; tain are moving, and a volcanic
eruption is expected.
Reporters leave this evening
for the mountain.
During, the year 1873 the
production of iron and steel
rails in the United States was
50,000 tons, and the importa
dons were 185,702 tons, mak
ing a total supply of 1,035,702
tons, which is much less than
for the preceding yerr, when
it ! i
ine raiiroaa movement was
more active. It is thought il
prices of iron can be kept with
In reasonable limits that our
market would take in 1874 for
consumption two miJ.ion tone
of rails.
Me. Jay Gould has caused
another ripple in financial
circles. lie has managed to
get into the Board of Director
of the Union Pacifio road, and
it is said has enough interest in
the concern to control it.
Judos Brad? has granted the
motion of the counsel of Wm.
IL Tweed to make the Clerk's
record of his sentence conform
to the language used by Judge
Davis, thus substituting county
jail for penitentiary.
Th Upper Sandusky fund
auxiliary to the women's move
ment has reached (50,000.
Bui one drinking place is left
la Win Chester, Adams coioty, O.
An Arraingment of the Liquor
Traffic.
The Ohio State Journal,
which has heretofore resolutely
opposed the woman's temper
ance movement, no sooner sees
it "under Us own vine and tig
tree" than it makes this fearful
array of facts in justification ot
their action:
"Whatever may be said as to
the drinking of wine, le or
malt liquors whatever may
be said as to occasional drink
ing of those liquors which are
technically and judicially de
fined as "spirituous liquors' or
"ardent spirits," or "distilled
spirits1 there can be no doubt
that the habitual drinking ot
spirituous liquors, or what are
called ardent spirits, has never
been known to produce any
beneficial results It has uni
formly been productive of evil.
It has desolated homes ren
dered wives widows while
their huibands survived, and
children orphans while both
parents were living. It has
been the comrade and accom
Ipjjce il not the cause of a large
poriiua oi me pnupeutsm auu
xrrme wnion nil our aims
houses, jails and prisons. The
effect upon both men and wo
men is a serious pecuniary
loss, and a degree ot mental
and physical suffering, which
casts a. dark shadow over their
lives. It prevails now to such
an extent that uearly every al
ternate family is constantly
sorrowing on account of it.
'It affects both mind and
body, but mostly the mind.
Reason is dethroned by it; the
passions are inflamed; the good
that is in us is temporarily sus
pended, and the evil made ao
live, and in manv instances
uncontrollable. Temporary in
suniiy is a common result irom
it. Courts once regarded il as
an aggravation ot offenses; but
now it is often an excuse lor
crime, and the cause oi acquit
al.
"Notwithstanding the ab
sence of any good, and the
presence ol bo much evil as the
result of it, it has continued to
prevail. Various expedients
lo suppress it have been re
sorted to. Laws of various de
scriptions have been enacted,
societies have been organized,
and ihe courts have been ap
pealed to, but all to little pur
pose. It could have been sup
pressed by the execution ol
the laws, but Ihe obstacles
which have been interposed
have rendered the laws use
less. Those who are known lo
be guilty walk the streets with
boldness, and have reason to
feel secure. When damages
have been sought lor ii juries
resulting from the habit, ou
courts hv madd strange de
cisions, and so construe the
laws as to render them prac
tically inoperative.
"The question now presented
is whether il shall overwhelm
society, or shall be suppressed.
Although the persons who are
almost the sole agents in form
ing and cultivating the habit
of drinkng distilled spirits, do
it in violation ol a statute, and
are criminals sul ject to a pen
alty of fine and imprisonment
3 1 il 1 in defiance ot law and
morals, they continue to fill our
homes with victims, our alms
houses with paupers, and' our
jails and prisons with crimin
als. They believe ihernselves
safe irom any action of the
courts, and are therefore de
fiant. Is it strange that women
should make an effort to pro
tect themselves by personal
appeals to the law-breaking
deajer in spirituous liquors?
Is it coarse and improper for
tbem to make an effort in their
own behalf, to dry up the
source of so many of their
woes, by begging and prayiug
these unlawful dealers to de
sisl! There seems to be some
thing peculiar in this babit,
which renders those who are
instrumental in producing il,
the subjects of favor, and
screens tbem from responsibil
ity. "One would suppose that a
band of women, one of whom
has a husband bereft of his
reasouftnoLLier boo, a irftiv
dering vagabond another a
brother, whose affections are
gone, and whose presence is a
terror another whose fath
er makes night hideous with
his cries, all as the results of
Ibis habit, would be perfectly
irresistible, when imploring
those who cause and confirm it,
to cease doing evil and learn
to do well. But there are
hearts which seem as insensi
ble to such appeals as granite.
'They are influenced by the
desire of gain. There is profit
in the forming and cultivating
of this habit The profit is in
creased by the danger arising
from acts which are criminal.
"The landlurds and dealers
require a compensation for
this risk. In this city the risk
has been small and the profits
have been great. Our court
has been distinguished for its
leniency, and those who are
profited by such leniency are
grateful, and whenever they
are able, and it is proper to do
so, they testify their gratitude
"The habit of drunkenness is
fatal to the peace of society.
The laws and courts can not
be relied on to suppress it; at
leaBt in this and many other
localities. If the women can
effectually check it, by lawful
and decorous means, they will
secure a lasting benefit to us
all,, but more especially lo
themselves."
The Journal adds some
words of caution to the women
to not violate the law them
selves, but as they are very
careful without caution, we
omit that paragraph.
The Wicked Flee When no
(Wo) man Pursueth
Several ladies engaged in
the bale of of tickets to the en
tertainment to be given for the
benefit of the Ladies' Temper
ance League, bent on Bales
started down to .wait upon
Bowen. Mistaking their mis
sion to be that of prayer tor
ihe suppression of his gin mi
he broke out the back way and
relused to be interviewed. "A
guily conscience," etc.
W. S. England i9 District
Deputy of the Matrons of II us
bandry and will furnish all in
formation desired about the or
ganization of Granges, etc., on
application by person or by
letter. It ib the desire of the
Granges already organized
that other Granges and a Coun
ty Council be organize 1. Mr
England's address is McArlhur,
and he resides on the first farm
west of town.
Attention is directed to the
advertisement of J. P. & C. A
Ounkle, the enterprising and
popular millinery firm. They
have just received the first in
stallment ol Spriug goods, and
are preparing lor a larger trade
than usual, hoping to command
the increase by good goods,
good work promptly done, and
by lower prices than ever.
The ladies are making prep
arations for an outporunng of
the masses, tomorrow, and
ihey are going to have it if
the weather should not. prove
very unlavornble. Extensive
prepartions are' being made
il so for a grand decoration of
houses to give oortovn a hoi
day look and fpeling.
HI
Just as we go to press we
learn that the ladies of Bam
den are organizing againt
King Alcohol. A meeting wa
ne d on inpsday evening
which was addressed by Dr
By ers, of Columbus. A fun
ot $1 500 was raised in a few
minutes by the men to back
the cause.
MR. J. w. Holland has re
signrd the office of Justice of
the Peace, and a new Jusiic
is to be elected at Ihe regular
spring election, to fill the va
cancy.
Everybody and all their
friends will be here at the Tem
perance Jubilee to-morrow.
Come, and bring your friends
and family.
Tbi decrease in revenue from
liquors in eleven Ohio and Ind.
' districts has been $353,720.
'toew Music.
John Church & Co., 68 West
Fourth St., presents an attract
ive list of new publications for
this month. We have received
the following, all choice pieces;
"Round the World Waltz"
and "Dancing Rondo," by II. G
Sofge; price 30 cents each.
"Oh Yes; We All Will Be
Dar 1" a rattling Ethiopian mel
ody, by the popular author,
Walter Bray; price 30 cents
"Yes, I've Loved Thee Long
nd Dearly," song and chorus,
by T. Frank Allen; 35 cents.
"Fawn Footed Nannie," song
nd chorus, by 11. R.' Palmer;
lustrated title page; price, 40
cents.
We learn that a company
has been organized and the
contract let for the building of
new furnace on Cornelius
Karn9'' farm, North of McAr
thur. This farm is in the very
heart of the iron ores.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NEW SPRING STOCK
o9
MILLINERY
AND
LADES' FANCY GOODS,
New Styles of
HATS.BONNETS.RiBBONS
IN ALL NEW SHADES,
Jute Braids,
Embroideries,
Edgings,
Trimmings,
Laces,
Gloves,
Ladles F'cy Goods
Jewelry,
Corsets, Etc.
Also a fiue assortment of
Gentlemen' 8 Jt'eckttea.
Bleaching, Pressing, Remodeling
and all Kinds or muunery
Work done to Order on
sh'rt Notice,
Give os a call. We will sell lower
than ever. '
J. P. Jr C. A. DDNKI.E,
Main ut MoArthur, 0.
Fresh for the Spring Trade
AT
WOLF, PEAEOE & CO
IPAJZHSTTS,
BOILED AI D RAW OIL
pure;whitelead,
RED LEAD,
GRAINING COLORS,
TURPENTINE
VARNISHES,
Colors Ground In Oil,
Paint and Tarnish llrusbes,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line ol
PLBEFRESII DULGS &CUEMICALS
Dye Stum,
Stationery,
Notions, Etc.
Everything at the very Lowest Pri
set.
WOLF, PEAECE & CO,
lDmar 1874 '
INGHAM BRO'S
KEEP CONSTANTLY Ob BIND A
FULL SUPPLY
OP ALL SIZES OF
WRAPPING & MANILLA
PAPERS,
Paper Bags, all Sizes.
CAKPET
PAPEE,
AND
BUILDING
AND
ROOFING PAPER!
NEWS. PAPER
All ordinary sixes constantly on
bund; UDD blAbii made to order on
short notice.
CAP, LETTER and NOTE
PAPER and E1TVEL0PES
A Full Supply. :
Cash For Rags.
Address, ' ' .
ISGHAM & BROS.
ChilUcothe, Ohio.
ISmajlir
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTIHIIIN-G-
:o:
FRANK IIELLM A, A Kent
At bis ne fine of bunion.
OOETS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOH
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTIIE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Rtook
o r
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER braught lo this market, embracing
all the luteal and most fashionable style,
rui id accordance with the latest fashions.
When you want nobby auit duu't 6ul lo call
od Krank. He als CUT end
Makes Garments to Ordek
and hai full line of
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS, &C.
All clothing marked down lo the LOW.
f.HT 1IUIHIN. Oive me a call nod 1 will
warrant satisfaction
iinnr FRANK BELLMAN.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Y17M. EARNfcHT or county, Nat or
aeph liortdndge, on Ihe llih day or Mutch
II Penney vania. will tan nou.ee Mat io
Hit, tiled ma petition in me uoun ot lommon
'leas In it mi for Vinton count. Ohio, against
him and Andrew Cline, Lyman I oler, 0 M.
Wilnn, Ben) Hteven and I). Woods, netting
forth that Bind Uodilridge has a vendor' hen
cn the following lands situate in Vinton Co ,
Ohio, to wit: The west hair or Ira 'lion no.
even, tnwnohiu No ten, range Ho. ix-
teen. 16 ex.ent eiliht sere nit the north-west
corner thereof, which eight acres is partio
larly described in deeds from Wm. 8 to Josl
h Wilson ejd Joseph Doddridge to W.
Thorn for the payment of two nntea of four
hundred and forty-five do'lara and fifty cents
(S44S.60) each and interest at S per cent since
nay ", lari; ine nrst piyanie April mia ann
the second April 1. 1H74, and praying a finding
n' the amount, due on said first note, and an
order that said land be aold lo eat isfy said
amount and that Ihe residue of the proceed
be oioiignt inio uonn to await ine maiuntyoi
said second note, and atii'h other relief aa is
equitable. JOSEPH nODOKlDGE.
4 .d. TOGUibbiTBAT, Attorney. ot
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, ffc lo cotmoneni.Tni GaooaDswxii; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
OF 'IHE
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By J. Periam, editor Western Rural, Chicago.
Complete and reliable. Written as lo Juaaary,
ib4. nnmntii portraits, its otner engra
ving. " This great work la low l pries and
Kiting by IhmuaMb, ror terms, territory, eta.,
aditrexa K. rtAiiKA"KL uu ruousncrs,
177 W. 4th st, Cincinnati.
CA VTWN. Inferior works, nwr eompilalkxu.
are being pushed. Vo not be imposed on.
Mr. Perriam'a work is full, aulknrilalir; and
endorsed by the great leaders. Hont othtr it,
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is herfhy given that i. H. M.
Houston as aiiminiidrntor of Barah A.
Pnrrish, dfceuaei, has fllt-d herein htaao
counts with said estate for final aetllemint,
and that Ihe aame la set for heanng on the
2Ulh day of March, instant, al II o'clock, A.M.
H B. MAYO, Prjbale Judpe.
March S, 1874. 4t
Haa permanently located in
MoAR.THUE, Oa,
(or the practlce'of
MEDICINE and SURGERY,
to which he will devo'e his entire attention
OPKl''K in 1 'avis' Building up stairs, oppo
site Vinton County Bank.
Riixintsca
NEW YUSK DAY-BOOK.
A Democratic Weekly. EHahlifhed U&O.
It supports white supremacy, political and
social. Terms, overyear, lo clubs, nine
copies for ts. Specimen enpirs free. Address
DAY Pili'B K-f V n;,v
BUY J. 4 P. COATS' BLACK
THREAD for your MACHINE.
AIa,1H,sxaaaa
WAN ftu AlihNUr
jxt Kcligion and health united aq))dirfpr.
mium to every auhscriher nothing like it in
the country a rare ch'tnee pn'liculan free.
B. B. rliisRell, Publ'r, Boston, VJass.
PORTABLE
?0nA FOUNTAINS
10, $50 $75 AND $'00.
iood, Durable and Cheap
SHIPPED REAI'V KO R USE.
Manufao lured hy
'. W. CHAPMAN A Co., Maa.-
aon, lnd.
UrSend for a eatalo u.i
BATCHELLER'S
Hand Corn Planter,
The best, cheapeat, mont durable and popular
planter made, manuianiurpii unuirr mv
prrviHinn nf Invf" or; 36,000 now In uae.
AUENTS WASTED. For rlanterg or
circulars, addreaa U.K. a A'I'OH ELL, E K, Bier-
ling, 111.
THE CREAT WEST.
HENI' FOR TH B
Hand-
11 Book.
11 inves all the latent information to emi
grants. '
Pricaixtr pnta. .
8. J. MctORJIICK.Pnbllaher, Portland,
Oregon.
LOOK HERE1
bate you neen our tew catalogue ol photo
graphs. Btereoacopie Tiewa, lan'y pioturaa,
Ac, Ac, r If not tend two threeceot atampa
to our addreaa and receire one bv return mail.
(JUIKHY MILLER,
Boi 164 AutiUHla, Maine.
An EXTFRMIXATORS
d Insect Powder
For Eats, Mice, Eoaohs. Ants Bed
Bngs, Moths, &o.
J. F. HENRY, CURRAN Si CO., N. Y
Bote agenie.
LADY,& GlNTLEMEN AGENTS
" WANTED.
110 a Day Kiiaranteed. Profit lama.
Home ol our agent make f 2 a day. Bead
tor cimuler to ahdhiw M. Hlaei, Pre. Can
ton Mannlacluring Co., Canton, O.
a illnnrnWill outl Truth triumrhanl!
mil rill r n'11.1" old nd oung mle
" "ana lemaM, mane more twin
er wiling our French and American Jetcthy,
Jfoobanu (hnw than at an; thing elae. Ureal
eat inducement to agent una purchasers
Catalogues, terms and full particular aent
r . I . .1.1 '
irev tu Ml. auuirw
P.O. V1CKERT, Augusta, Maine.
T)8YCOM A NCY, OR SOUL CHARMINO"
JL
how either sex mar bacti ale and gain
the lor and enaction of any person they
eh Quae.
nuiremenl ell can Dosttess. free by mail lor
nstantiy una simple memu ac
cent; together with Marnave uide,Egypt-
ian Oracle, dreams, bint to ladies A oueer
book 100,000 sold Adores T W1L
LlAfll
CO Publishers, Philadelphia.
Hi
UllLilTU
REMOVAL.
Spring Opening of Millinery.
Mrs.E.B.PUCH,
MILLINEE,
II aj removed her millinery establish
ment to the room formerly occupied by
J. Q. Swetland, in
Davis' Building, Main St.,
MoARTHUR'O.
where she will keep on hand every
thing to he found in a firstclaee milli
nery establishment The
GRAND OP ENINC
of Spring Stock will commence
MONDAY, MARCH 16,
when all the
NEW STYLES
of the season will be on exhibition.
The Indies are respectfully invitod to
call and examine my stock, and I will
make it to their interest to leave their
orders.
Mrs. B. B. PUGH,
MILLIONS OF ACRES
Hi Las
IN N BIIASKA,
NOW FOR SALE YEHY CHEAP.
TEN TEARS CREDIT ONLY S PER CENT
Da-lftin PamphltU. wUk Miomtt itaftnlFrm.
THE PIONEER,
A handsome illustrated paper, containing the
Uonuattad taw, mailed tree to all parts
of the world
Address . P. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U-1 R. R.i
Omaha, Neb.
SHEE IFF S SALE
Maggie M. Cowgill, ot al, Plaintiffs,
Against
George Morrison, et al, Defendants
ON lat ORDEK OF HALE IN PARTI
TION. State of Ohio, Vinton Co., ts.
TN pursuance to the command of an order of
Xsale In partition, issued from Ihe Court o
Common Pleas, of Vnton county, Ohio, and
to ine directed as Sheriff of said county, 1 will
offer for sale at public auction on
Friday, Maroh 27th, A, D. 1874,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said
day, the following real estate, situate .in
the county of Tin'.on, and Hints of Ohio, and
bounded and described aa follows, to wit:
the north esst quarter of Ihe north-east quar
ter of section thirty-one, 31 and a part ot the
north-west quarter of section thirty two, .12
described as loliows, commencing one 1 rod.
north of a black locust tree about 8 inches in
diameter which lands on Ihe west side ufthe
county rosd near John M rrison's home,
thence west taking two rows of apple tiees
on the snuih side of the apple orchard to the
said section line, thence rou'.li with raid sec
tion line lu the soul h-west corner of Bind
quarter section, thence east on the line ol said
quarter section farenouuh Ihr a line running
northward the aame course that the lane now
runs near the house to strike said lime, Iheuce
nnr'l ward to strike the course ol mid-lane
straight to the plane of beginning, said Hist
mentioned tract coniaininx lortv-two and
eighleeu hundredths 4'i lH-lim acres and said
I istmentioned tral-t containing thirty Ave
acres, mrre or less, all ofsnid lands being and
lying in town-hip eleven, 11 ol range seven
teen, 17.
Appraised at one thousand nine hundred
and twenly.flve dollars Sl.D.'oand must bring
two tnirus ot tne appraised value.
TERMS Or" SALE. One third cash, one
third in one year and one third in two years.
secured by mortgage upon the premise
soiu.
To be sold on an order ol sale in Partition
wherein Maggie M. Cowglll etal, are plaiutihV
and lienrge Morrison et al, are defendants
biven under my hand rhu 24th day of reD'
ruary, 1874.
UIUKUE It.lLLK,
fheritlof Vinton Uouuty.
February 26th, 1874. Aw
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
For 1874.
200 PAGES"; 800 Er-GRAVINOS. and COL
ORED PLATE PublieheJ quarterly at 2ft
cents year. First number lur 1H4 ust ic
sue i. A Uerman eHitirn at same price.
Addreaa JAMRS YICK, Roihener. N T.
RYANS TKUB FLUTK.
Cnmn ete instructions and laige oollection
ot new muiio.
WITH OR WITHOUT A MASTER.
This work leacliea in concise and simple
manner how to play upon this instrument,
beginning with the flirt principles, and grid
ually carrying the learner forward by cotirae
of progr ssivt lesson, such can not fail, il
rigntiT used ot malting a good performer,
the shortest poasil le time. Published
JOHN CHURCH A CO., Cincinnati 0.
TEMPERANCE BONG BOOK,
TI1F MUSICAL FOUiNTALV.
A COMPLETE collection of TEMPFRANCE
M U8IC, containing fifty stirring songs, all
harmonised for three or fourvoir-es. Just
lha book for the Temper ince Movement, now
engrossing puhlio attention. Price 3Ao. by
mail, post paid. Perdoien.ia.W. Published
by JOHN CHURCH A C., Cincinnati, O.
xfifeb 4t
Trees! FlowersI Bulbs!
HEDGE PLANTS! .
Nnr8erY Stockl Fnilt&FloweT Flatei
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
BLOOMIN.GTCN HTJEEEY,
ILLINOIS.
too acres; 2d year; IS greennoues. 4 cat
Apple, 1,000 1 jr.. S26; i y. tit; 3y. 40,-4y.(i0
i catalogues, SO cent. SljuJ2m
Notice.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
ti
IN pursuance ot an order ot the Probate
Court ol Vinton county, Ohio 1 will ober
for aale at publie suction on
Friday, the 20th Day of March. A. 2.
1874.
l in o'clock, A. M. at the Eagle Mills, in Ea
gle township Vinton county, Ohio, the loilow.
ing described real extale situate in the eoooty
or Vinton and State of Ohio, to wit: twenty
acres off the west half ol Ihe north-west qua"
ter of the anutb-weat quarter of section num
ber twelve, 1 township ncmber ten, 10 range
nineteen, It. .
Also the north east quarter of the south
east quarter of section number eleven, 11
town hip and range aforesaid.
Appraised at three hundred dollar. 1300
and mu-t bnnr two-thirds of that sum.
TERMS UK SALE. One-half in band, and
one-hall in one year from day of sale, with in-
mortgage upon the premise aold.
iiarrea payment 10 De secured by
MArtMM nnn. Ik. ..mm.u I J -
Mlt.KH Rtrirr Tse?
Admin
Administrator of the Estate of Ichabod Gram-
' bob, deceased.
22fet
CflEAPEST PUCE IX TIIECOUXTt
si
AlwaysKeeps aFiiULineof
Fresh Drujrs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, and Pure Liquors lor Me
(llcliitil purpo.es.
rerfnmery, Fine Toilet Soaps, Hair
Oils. Pomade, Hair, Nail, Tooth. Flesh
and Clothes Brushes, Combs.
School Books. Blank Books, Copy
Books, Pens, Ink, Paper and Pencils,
Envelopes, Slates.
Fine Cut, Plug, i hewlnx and Smok
ing Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes.
Lanterns, Lanipi,Chlmncys, Shades,
Coal Oil.
A full line of Gold,Coral, Jet, Topai,
Amethyst, Agate, GarnettSets, Brace
If is, Finger and Ear Rings, Necklaces
Sleeve Buttjns.
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma
chines.
i
Musical Instruments, Tuning forks
Vlollu and Guitar Strings.
Clocks, Watches and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxesj and an end
less variety ol Toys.
1 am also agent for all the Maga
ztnes, Period Iculs, Literary and Dally
Papers, which I furriTsh from three
days to a week in advance of those'
furnished by mall.
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to he had at
MAIN ST.. M'AnTHtn, O.
I UEAPEST rLACElXTHECOtXTY
SCRIBNER FOR 1874.
Ti unexampled favor accorded to this
Maga line by the public enahlea us to enter
Uhnn the coming ye-r with Ihe means of ma.
king it more attractive and valuable than ev
er li ore to its large and increasing .iiimb r
of render on both aide of Hie Atlantic The
aerial story ol Ihe year,
KATHARINE EARLE,
by Miss Tralton, la charming love story by
a gifted writer, whinh I dualiued to wide
popularity.
There will be brilliant novelettes and the
het short atones, by Haxe Holm, Urate
II arte, and oiher delightful story-tellers.
A series of sfrikin snd union.- tioenis.wilh
illustrations, "OLD TIME Ml SIC"
b) Hem. F. Taylor kuoan lot ln brilliant
com riliiiiions to the Weltrn Presa will king
lo its again ihe muxic of iheHpinning Wheel
The Fliiil, 'Ihe elane Coach, 'ihe Mill, tus,
Potlrnita and biographical sketches lit
American authors; papers on Lairy Farming
and stock raifing in turoi e, on no"enold
do-oration and furniture, bexides more than
Hitv other illustrated articles are now in pre
paralion.
THEBPLESMD SERIES
the i.KLiAr sou i ii.'
the trust Impoitantand expensive aeries of
illustrated paper ever undertaken by any
mugnsine will be continued through the year.
In the I'ei-ettiber number we cuinplete Ihe
pnpera ou Louisisna. The next in order will
be the Lone Mar Mslej'lhe Mnnnlain Re
gions of the rtoulh; The Iron Regions of Miss
souri, Ac, Ac 'I liese, with the essay aud
editorial discussions ol literature, cienc
and art, sketches ol travel, occasional poems
and elchinga, will make up a magazine of
Christian Literature designed to be
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
The Iiecember number (now ready) has aa
able article on Ihe Resumption of Specie
Payment, by Ir. Atwater, poems by itrete)
alion of the two serial stnriea, shorter stones,
splendid Illustration of New Orleana, the
Parit of Ai,.enca; etc.
Editorials by a lar e and able corps of wri
ter... Topics ol the Time bv Ur Holland, tar
which he repliea to tiorre Religious News.
papers;" a laughable etching, o Ao. Aa
enldrti.ning number.
The Hnnday Ho. ot ST. KICHOLAft.
eur splendid New Illustrated Mngaiine for
t.irU and Boys, Ihe finest ever issued, will be
aent to all the sulwribera of Bcribner'
Monthly lor Is' 4. Also the November (nd
December numbers of rit. Nichola. lent free
to those who subscribe for both msgasine.
The July ounibnr of ecribner'a Monihly con
taming the inlreductury snic e or The Great
South senea, sent to subscribers to8crihner
who request it when making their snbaonpa
tions.
Beribnev' onthly ti 00, t. Nicho
1 3.U0 year, or 17.00 fur both.
BCHlbHi R A CO., 654 BlOiBWiT, N.Ti,
29janl74 '
Thousands of Lives and Millions of
Fropertj Saved
BY USING TDE AMERICAN
SAFETYKEROSENFLAMPS.
These lamps are made of brass and wilt
never break.
The burners have a astety tube sttschmeot
Tor the escape of ass, and will never ex ploae.
ihe chimney are made of mica-or lain
gl asa ao called-and they are the only lamp
ch mnevs made that will not break by beat or
Gl
this
Glass chimneys are unsafe and expensive
US i H lh. nnii...l . . I - . . '
tiver
" wui.ciaM vuiiiiiihiui,
rer eventy-five million of (las lamp.'
.nowa m m k. n 1. . ..... . '
chimneys
year.
" uiunou iu bins cog
country every
Price or hand lamps, complete, with mica
chimneys, one dollar. Pnt-e of bronte parlor
J '"d lamps, two dollar set t to any part
of the Uniteo Bute by express os receiptor
the money by mail. INK) agents wanted to
sell these la i.ps and mica chimneys in every
city aud town, to whom liberal discount will
oemad. bend for sample samu and ciren
lara giving' all particular. They apeak for
themselves and sell on sight Address,
AMfchlCAN t-A'ETT LAMP CO..
Ha. 240 Peatt street, New York
Can. Boom.. B. B. Borrun,
BODMNS
LEAP TOBACCO WAREHOUSE.
Established 1861. 67,M,1 and 63Ws Front at.
Foot of Huapsneloa Bridge, CINOlNN ATI. O.
CA. Bi.DBi t o., Propnetora. Daily auc
tion and private sale of leaf to banco. Ban,
nee truUy commission. Liberal advance
made on consignment.

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