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,1. W. BOWKjif? I itur una PtfVlLhet. Ohio will be seventv-one November 29. On Jll-thel,firtt "Monday iu . Jauuary, '187-4, she' wfllTiiaVo, a bra'ii new Dili 'j l .j, ;iviM3 Saul that the President, . i,..i.t. .u:.L ir . itill recommend' ft free banking 'JI!ystm:Hntcacl of the National 'IJ 1 i.t'i ,QfPSY :v enough for one day! .tJ'iiThe i Democrat of : Wisconsin ("have "redeemed that 'State and ' ' elected ihelr GpmWhv 8,000 ...lmyonty. . . K aU .'. 'it . .. . CI T-v i vi; o omtzxM. .. uemocrais wore elected,Jniembers of' the Senate 'ahd Hons'o' of Representatives t at Up last ' clcdjon in lassa.- cbugejts., , The .world does miH - ll - fc 'Foin hundred men were dis- cbafged bn the western divis "lon of 'fii'e Panhandle road. h- :tee-u polPttS and Lqgaus , j ,pQrli,.QU.Tuesday,-on account of scarcity., of funds. 1 -, ..M.l0E Ls(l- tlie sSihCuba ..emocranc cauui:iate . .for the: .Legislature from Cava- noga-couniy, is tlio youngest ' pndson of Adam Poe, the eel- .eDraieu iuuianiigniervouiea ...d4W idrt ' ' The Democratic Estate Exec- " utive ComuiitteQi Ohio, fired . 100 gin3 on the" Capital Square at Columbus, last week, in hondr of the Democratic and Conservative victories at the elections.' . ,': " TIo.v. S. S. ' Cox, ' has been .V elected fo Congress from the Sixth Xew York District. We . are delighted io see our old ' iriend reiurnod to a field where ' his labor i made profitable to , the whole country. . at 1 Don't it ou'nd odd to spSak ..of a Democratic Governor of ...Ohio? , It is twenty years last . October sino Ohio elected her ' last Democratic Governor, be fore the election of Allen. Wil Uam.Medill was the last of the old guard. Ue was elected in October, 1853. of 'We hope and pray that the Legislature of Ohio will make a new Congressional apportion ment. The last Legislature gerrymandered the State in such a manner that the Democrats - only elected three of the twen ' ty-one members of Congress. the we . . - It is believed in Mexico, and .even in the United States, that Tom Scott's kborcrs on the .Texas Pacific Railroad, after the completion of said road, are to be organized into an army to conquer the, , northern' States of Mexico. Tiie Republican papers have not" yet got through with ex ' plaining the causes of their de feat in Ohio, and, Btrango to : say they have not yet touched on' the true cause. It was the rascality and corruption of their leaders. '. : ed and , That was a good point made by Andy Joiikson - "The tax payers never suspend 1" How true I "Merchants, bankers, bro- kers, and others often find it inconvenient to pay their debts a and ; "suspend," but the tax l. payers , .must -always toe the mark."',v'v-; - -; and - ten Some - pf.ho blessings of this Radical, goyernmoht are thus forcibly ,,por(rayid byacotem-l-iLtV-WKr s!ye i ; "Thous- i'ji'An U1)0II hfjusands are being throvn out of employment Meanwhile tho -Radical Con j grosBmcn : are'? drawing their doubled' Balaricp, taxes are ey I '''ery where' increasing, ;' and GHAUT" is '''receiving $25,000 m'oro per year than the " Prosi- dent roccivctl iri the days ol prosperity"; i '. and and : liiin :J 1 THE CUBAN TROUBLE. The Spanish Authorities Shoot American Citizens. announcing. - the exe ' The stoamerVirginius; fitted out in this country tor filibus te'ring in the interest of the Cu ban patriots, was captured by the Spaniards a few days ago and several of the crew, inclucl in- American citizens, were condemned to death and shot Their names were Uernabe Ve 150.NA, 1 UDRO LESI'EDES, JESl'S Del'sal, and Gex. Rvan. The crew of the steamer forryreight in number, were cap turejl, and executed on the 7th and $th inst., by the Spunish authorities. The uows of the execution of tho Vitamins crew creates considerable excitcmeu throughout the country. Among those executed was Oapfc. Jo SEni:.lviiVMOBK, commander o the fsti Amer, a native of Florida, a$;edo4:G. Ho entered the Naval A'kmy at(Annapolis,in 1S11, reiiiluue.dcidiii . the navy until ISGI, when', he resigned, and entoied the Confederate service Jle leaves at Havana, a wife and seven children, the eldest boy -; being a cripple, and. the youngest aged four years A dispatch from Santiago do Uution of Captain Fvmoke Lf.thB, Cuban patriots, savs that iw,,!n Ar.PAnn. wbn was am0H? tho latter luimber offei. the Spanish authorities a iiiiflion dollars if they would spare his life. The Spanish say that Alfako came to assume the presidency of the so-called Cu ban republic. A dispatch from New York City, dated November 12, says : "Orifers have been received the Brooklyn Navy Yard to. get the sloop3 of war Kearsage and Juniata ready for sea at once. At noon to-uay, under equally pressing orders, the torpedo boat Admiral Porter was launched and will be made ready for active operations in a few days. All officers about the yard - are-greatly ' excited over the news from Havana. Tho principle discussion to day at places where merchants congregate, was the slaughter the Captain and crew of the steamer Virginius, and the feel ing of indignation was univer sal. Not a voice was raised in defence of tho act, all asserting that the killing. of the crew was unjustifiable, and demanded prompt action on the part of tinited States government. The Evening Post says edi torially : The report irom Cuba publish this morning in its very brevity makes the ed BLOOD RUN COLD. Are we living in the times of Alva? Have these butchers no fear of the indignation of the civilized world ? or do they mean to provoke us so that we shall have no alternative but to topple their infamous and im potent provincial government into tho sea, and take posses sion in the name of outraged humanity and; lustice. The feeling ot our citizens was rais to fever heat hy the exec'u tion of the four leaders. It will now rise to boiling pitch. Cuba her friends will hereafter need neither money nor men." of on The ravages of the yellow fever in Momphis was ' very graphically depicted by a Mem phis gentlemen, at a meclinir held in St. Louis to devise ways ineaus of relief for the af m ' I- flicted city. Out of a popula tion of fifty-live thousand, but thousand remain there. There are to-day in Memphis thousand widows and or phans dependent upon charity, these unfortunates must bo assisted with money, fuel, food, clothing this winter. A Connecticut thief who stole a fanner's watermelons, sent tho seeds back In a letter, requesting r.o pian t iiiom lor next year. That thief must bo one of the followers of Salary Grab and In creased Salary Grant. lie surely wanted' to "secure pros perity and peace for the' Amer Republic." ' the tho General News. Two Savings Banks olTUtsburgh suspended last Tnenday. Thirty days did not yaw tlii ui. '"Mrs." Komekt Lick, Mits. Edwin M. Stanton, ami Gen. IIukdee, died during the past weok. ! The London JCiiterjirise snys the corn crop of Madison county, Ohio, will bo fully oue-thul short. . JosEru Rua, h well known citizen of Madison county, Ohio, died on the 0th inst. of lockjaw. Tub Columbus & Hoi king valley railroad is substituting iron for wooden bridges between Logan und Lancaster. Siiadkacii Timmons, residing near Londonderry, lloss county, Ohio fell dead while chopping wood, lie was ohout 0! years of :i jc. Jacou Dump- has sold his interest in tho carriage shop of Dump & Cuinmel, at Kingston, Ohio, to James Bitler and Joseph Brown for $1,200. Njjakly every train going north l'roiu,Lima,i Ohio, has a cargo of eunters aboard, going to tho blae swamps deer hunting. The Fiudloy, Ohio, ' Mauufactur ing Company intend to build over one thousand of their celebrated N Y. Fanning Mills and Baggers this sensoji. On Thursday of last week, nine fisherman were drowned from a sail boat oil' Simcoe Island,. in tho St Lnwreuco river. Bight Rev. John Kakly, D. D. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the South, died last Wednesday at Lyjiehburgh,' Ohii gcd 88 years. Two railroad trains came in col ision near Durham, England, on Iiuirsday lnoruing, and several per sous were killed und injured. . EusToftho very linost quality lor the manufacture of glass has been found at Mokawk Village, Co shocton county, Ohio. A Wisconsin thief has actually robbed the henroost of the Chief Justice. This is considered to be not only larceny, but contempt of court. Chicago papers are pluming themselves upon tho filling of an or der in that city for fifty thousand bushels of corn for parties i n Glas ow, Scotland. By the explosion of a tubular boiler in a carpenter shop in New York City, last Wednesday, seven persons ware instantly killed. Andy Johnson is out in a long communication denying that any petitiou for tho reprieve of Mrs. Surratt, was ever presented him. William Alfued and Arthur Burrs and Co., general metal mer chants of London, have failed. Their Liabilities are placed at four millions of dollars. A new comet has been discover by Professor Cozzias, tho cele brated astronomer of the Marseilles Observatory, Franco. The super stitious fear another European war. John Smeltzek, indicted for the murder of his sister-in-law, Barbara Smeltzcr, was tried, in tho Fairfield Common Pleas, tho past week, and was convicted of manslaughter. The steamer Atlas sailed from Joston for Liverpool, taking over two hundred Mechanics, looking for work in tho old world. This is the promised financial prosperity the Ghant Party. The steamer Ismalia, that sailed the 29th of September for the Mediterranean, is lost. The vessel and cargo are valued at half a mil lion. No passengers were on board. The crew has not been henrd lrom. If tho truth wero known It is strongly possible that tho United States Treasury has a false bottom. Tho last five years of Republican control ha been marked with so much corruption, that there is little doubt that great robberies have occurred under the eyes of the President. Tin: Defiance l)otiwrl says: Tho Canada shlp-tiinbermen are ur riving in great numbers. A Thou sand or more will bo at work this winter in Defiance and adjoining comities, felling, scorelng, hewing and hauling heavy oak timber. At Celina, Mercer county, tho Unitod States Marshal arrested a man named Laughbrldgo for re ceiving more money as a fee for collecting bck pay and pension than law allows In such a case. Serv ed him right. Tub caringa of tho Columbus fe Hocking Valley Rallrond for ten months ending with October, 1873, amonntcd to 1847,825.53, und for thesamo ten months In 1872, to $081,273.79, being an increase of ernings for 1873 of 200,551.81 over tho same months In 1872.' i .4 Spanish Barbarity. Tho Spanish autbor'liiies in. Cuba In order to gratify a heartless npir it of revenge, havo committed an act which is calculated to cmbroi them with at least one,. and probn bly two, powerful countries. The Virginius, registered as all Amer can vessel, and whose right to bear tho American flag has never been officially withdrawn, was captured by a Spanish gun-boat near tl shores of Jameca. Four 'of- the passengers taken on bo.-id the Virginius, one of whom is aii Amer ican citizen, or a subject of Great Britian, have been shot at Santiagi do Cuba. Setting aside all epics tions of international policy, the precipitancy with which tho act has been committed merits tho sc vercst reprobation. As if ellV-ciua ly to deprive the prisoners of any prospect of the clemency which might bo held out to them by a dU passionate discussion of the case. these defenceless men wore hasten ed into eternity within four days of their capture. The proceeding is barbarous, and will certainly call forth tho iudigiiatioi-of cjvilizftd nations. At Washington tho affair has attracted attention, and. a ses sion of the cabinet was held to con sider tho affair. Tho Jackson Standard, of . the 13th inst., says: The Democrats had what they call a "Rise Up Bil Allen Dance," at City Hall one night last week. It is said that in the first round they had sonic' of the soldiers of the war 1812, who were between 80 and 00 years of age. Additional Locals. A Woud ix Time. While we have no reason to anticipate such suffcriug in our own .town this win tor as will uo doubt be experienced by the larger cjtieu, yet we deem it important that charitable associa tions should begin to look about and see upon whom in our midst it may fall. Thank God, we have no high, fieeziug, consumption-breed' mg garrets, where widowd and or phans die in the darkness and chill of midwinter midnights.biit we will have some who will need our char ity. Thore may be some who were st.ioug men last winter that nre now invalids, with large families de lending upon them for support,and even though McArthur, Zaleski, Hamden, and other villages in Via ton county are yet small, they all contain families whoro lit.llo chif . i. I. . 1 . i i i .... ... uicu must oe cioineci ana lea. it is the needy poor that must be Iooke. alter, the widow and the invalid, is tney always have done, 'but th-.-y need the co-operation of .all kind hearted citizens. ' We would like to see im assoeia tion formed of the you:igand active men anu women who are willing to spend less in the dance this white and more for the need v. Uavin;' Slich a SOCietV. the Mtimnnfu ' ' contributed, it would do good, ibling us to care for those who, by physical indisposition oi helplessness, wero unable to help themselves. Money is dreadfully scnrcL- in Jackson, and wo must 'denend to a considerable extent upon our sub- scriocrs to am us. We havo to imv money, or its equivalent, for all our paper, ink, labor, rent, insurance, etc., and unless our subscribers pay us promptly, wo will be" 'compelled to strike their names from our list. Vc have dropped a few this week. and will bo compelled, reluctantlv. to drop others, unless they pay at once. uacKson standard. Money is in the same condition wiln every business man in this town, with the one exception, to wit: Antonio Cahi-ako B.utrLi:vjoit. Nioussjsss, a very lively and intelli gent dandiprat, who works in tho interest of Grant's poor panic for six dollars per week and boa ds limsclf, and digs a well on Sabbath ays, instead of attending church. Cihllicotiie can boast of as iroo'd an eating house at tho depot as any city iu tho Union. Posscngers all say that at Chillicotho they "arc sure of a good, clean and substan tial meal. Tho Meiiki.k Bios, are deservedly popular, and are entitled to tlio succeHS und reputation they havo gained. Chillicotho Adver tiser, And wo might say thiit tho Eat ing House is one cause of the In crcaso of the travel on the Mari etta tt Cincinnati Railway. Wk have unintentionally omitted to say that our friend, Alton. Noit itis, formerly of this county,- but now of Clark Furnace, Stewart county, Tenn.,' was hero a few'dnjH ago, on a brief visit. 1 To was ac companied by his fomUy. We met liin on the train, while ho was oh 10 way homo.and ho seemed hbdilv dcuBcd with his now. homo WUH Il IU J.UMUCHHOC. 'I' II K. C. SwiLYdt Hra. Madi,, nd., write us under date of Novom. bcr 12tht that tho Registers ii...v agreed to print for the Ilulherl ouso and McArthur o,1H. ii, ds town, will bo delivered in abmt two weeks. i Goo help tho poor. The winter, 'titn'o i:f'upOii thcmamV labor and thc: necessaries of lil'o are hard for them to get at this' season of the year.1- We predict a "greater ' suffer ing among the poor class this winter- than has befallen then! for yours. Financial' liien' arc predict ing thai money matters will still continue to grow worse, and that hard ti mcs has but j list commenced Lawkicnck county don't like the voung none ny rike county on Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Vinton county will take the Pike county side of the discussion What did Lawrence want a Judge for, when one resided iu Scioto, next door to them? Terms $2.00 a Ydbp, In Advance. THK OBJECTS Off THIS HERALD OF HEALTH, Farm and Household Holp. Di'vulol Id tho (llll'usionof licaltli-ii-o.-vin;c knouU'itxu iiiuoujf (ho people; to Al'H cullimi, HortliMiltiin, Slock Hiitl Poul try liaising; ffruitl'tilturu; tho Ho vclopsnuut ol' Sult'-Sustaining Homo l'loiluctions; Oomuij. tiu Kcononiy; Uuful In I'm million I'm- tliu Hi. mo Cirilc; Triiu SriiMice ami rio 'i-osA it imparts that Knowli'tlKO which will lirliiji l'rollt to the I'uriii, Thrift, lliulili and linppiuuis to tho I'liiuily, ami inaku "Horns the spot of earth Hiiprcmely blest, A dearer, sweeter spot than nil the rest." This MngiMino lias been receiver! with the must fluttering evidences of popular favor, und no publication in tlio South hag been the recipient ol' iniivo marksot appreciation from thu press and people. The sponUueons and alniusl unanimous uxiirchsion of the Picks Im. that "lliis work lills a want lonif felt in Jour nalism. " Thus eaeouruKoil, tho publishers win II Kiiaio mi piiinJ nor oiuiiho to niako tliix K MiiK!i-'ii(i of the Soiilli. Tin: .Maira One peculiar and distinguishing feature of this work is its llealih Department. We have made iii-riinyoineiits with Dr. J. Stainiiack Wilson to edit the Health Department and ii.. ...:ti f,....,. n. i. . ..... . iu i in, i.uiii iiituiiii in nioiiiii, team ine j.uws of Health and the science of living o as to avoid disease and to secure health, happiness and long- life, by obedience to those laws. In addition to this, Im will give, under the head of "Homo Keniedies," safe anil reliable di rections for the domestic, treatment of di sease; and these will bo founded on his lnii(r expeiicncoamlobseiiution. Dr. Wilson Is a regular plivsicinn, and is well and favorably know n to his professional brethren as a con tributor, for the past twenty j-eurs, to ilicllrht .Meilicul Journals of lliu country. He is also known to tlio people us former editor of tiie iieniin iiepmtinc.nf' of "(iodey's I.ndy's Honk," nnil a.s the author of "Woman's lloinn llimk of llenllli," published hv u. Without enlarKinjr lurtheroii this point, lite publishers feel no hesitation in savinir thnt Hie leiisoiis learned monthly in til i. AlaKa.ini; ill be invaluable to everv hniisi'liobl in con. t.iiniiij; knowledge more iinportant than anv other knowieilife that ran bo obtained in no it.ier way, ami aH tliis at tlio most trilling .'est. In older lo make the work still mm e useful. we have a ffarui and Household Department. 'I bis will contain the most choice ihouirbts of Hie best writers on Agriculture, Horticul ii I.'....:, ii..:..:.... i ... ' ...... .ii. i.-, i i uit i.nirMMK, i.uiiiuni.ie r.l OIIOIIIV, OlOOk ami J'oultry Haisinj;, our Imltistrial Kosour- eniuriiiiiiinv und instructive reading for the etc, wiiu short Sclent flo Articles, and I mine circle. Jn short, the Him will lie to make the laini and Household Dcmirlincnl of this work n treasury of useful knowledge mm a welcome guest in every lainilv; all of which may bo obtained at the small" cost of i.UUayeur. Address SOUTHKU.V PUBLISHING "CO., Atlanta, On. Railroads. PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS R. C, 4 M. V. DIVISION. Time Table To take efl'ect at 8:45 A. M., Mon- nay, ovenioer teiij. . . (10IN0 KANT. Kxp. Acc, I.eavo t incinniill.... 1U:U0h. in. 4:00p.m. " Morion- l'':15p. 111, 0:10 " " Inrksville. ... la-.fl " f,:40 " " Wilmington.. 1:10 " 7:08 " " Hee-ville 1 :3 " 7:H0 " " AV u-iliinv ton. . . S:ll 8:011 " " New llolliind . S:3ll " 8:33 11 ' Williaiiisport. S:.ri" " 8:M " " circlevlllu.... 3:1 " U:lfl " " l.ancasler 4:30 " 8:30 a. 111. " . Lexington. 5:ill " fl:7 ' " I'idnaiii. 11:30 " 111:30 " ' anesville . . .. 7:()S ' Pi MO p. m, Arr. Diesden .Inn. . 8:0(1 " 1:35 " Leine Pillsbiirg . .., .'I:lt)a.m. 8:10 " Air. llariisbiirgh., PJ:S0p. m. B:00.m. ' liaUiinore. .. 4:10 'j 8:40 " " Washiiiglon .. BMJ " 10:10 " " Pbiladeliibia.. 4:KI :10 " " New York T:t " 1-2:30 1). 111. " lloston ri:50a.m. 11:80 " OOIXO WEST. Kxp. Acc. Leave linadeii .Iiinu. 8:10a.m. 4:iKlp. 111. Zanesville (I;00 ' . 4'53 " ,. Lo.xingtoii. 11:50 ' 5:58 " lancastnr 11:00 " T:1S " " ( irclcvillu.... p.':00 111, 5:0a.m. ' WillianiKpiirt . l..':sh! p. in. B:M " " New Hollanl. KM :7 " " Washington .. 1:13 " 11:42 " " Kecsville 1:50 " 1:S1 " Wilmington... a:10 " 7:45 " " larlisvillo.... 2:3i " 8:11 " " Morrow S:58 8:40 " Arr. I'iiuiuiiati 5:00 " 10:50 " ('. (',. WAITK, Hiiperintendent. 51. IiIownts, Master Tiansportation, Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R. Short Lino to tho Lukes und tbo North wost. TWO LM'UKrtS 'I It A INS O.VILY, As follows: Depart Dcnart. Athens . 0:3Uu.m. ii:15 p, 111. Arriva Ai.lve. Coliinihus 10:10 a. 111. ':50 p.m. Cleveland 11:35 a. 111. 7:10 a. in, illsbiiriih "7:ilO " S:l5a.m. Indianapolis . .. 0:i0 " :55 " . nicago a.m. 8:43 Xenia .. 12:35 I). 111, 8:44 n. m. .Springilebl 1:1:15 p. 111, . 8:10 p.m. Dayton una " :S0 " Cl.io connection iniiilent La.'iesstcr for t'lr. Seville, anesville mid nil iioints 011 the Cln clniiuti and Miisklnguiii Valley Itallinad. Direct coiiiieetioiis inline at ( oluinlius 101 Dayton, sjiirinirllelil, Indiaiiaiiolis. Chicago and all point West, Also, for ( levelaiul, lliiiTil.! l'ilUI,,.,rll ,,,i,l nil ,u,it I-,,.. 'I'liko the iiocking Yallev and Pan Hundto mute toChicugo ami tlio .Northwest j It it thu shortcut by sixty-six miles, giving passengers the hem lit of ipili ker time Mini lower ratci than by any other line. .1. W. DOIIKKTV.Klip't K. A IH'KLL, Ueii'l Ticket Aifent. 1 Medina! Dr.-'.'- .'.. :, ; 1 be tal.oi c :Ssysleiii,v.::!i-b 1 .1 - io net f-iei". . ' f'JITlandi of I!-.:- ; -. I . ill.. .ui. : vf Ui'.i'lCK-t.:,!- which lac.'ii ::,e 1 nnil;)(-',-, .'.' , iinge3a!idr!.:;, .', r 1 .1 Qmnen r xi..l,i.n. f- JTl1CCe!l. -'l'i- neitrcaMirr'i-... , aoiTei'i ; : ?"tl'' M Jlcr t : lo' -l" 1 1. r.t'i. . S ciiiiiiiiiciiro, 1 KS Iniitl-umeiiLf' . KaaasEasf':'' : -..-mmmW.. ivi4Vf.:t-Ji.k. J . ATTACHMENT NOTICE. inamiol It. Iiirvl.i, I'l'T.iir . .. airnliii-' -""l"r lalllfH II lllltr. Del'en.boif , v !. '.., J- I'- of Itlclil.nd .ip, , IIIMIII COIIIIIV, Ullll), '..I tbiiHth dav of Novinnlii.i. A ii imn ..i.i illstlcc Issued an Onler m nils.. I,, i,.,..t i.! n... liiiuvn in ti. in for the hiiiii of $75 tti. Nahl causo ..!'"I!.".V""'' !'"' l'"''lll" Ix-nrlnK until tie .iiii.ii j.eeeiiioci', A, I', 1K,:, ftt 10 o'clock A.M. LMAM'LLll.JAItVIH, "5-l. PluluUlT. .. h. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. ICntalo of Jacob Altaian, deo'd. The undci'slgneil has been mnwilnivl n,i iinalined as Ailiiilnlstiator of the estate of acoi) Aiiiuan, Into of Vinton County, dee'd Dated tlie Hit Ii day of Novinnher, 1H78. ' ANDltKW I(AD( lIKFK, Sr., M5-4.I. Ailuiluidtmlor. i ctiril flew Ac3vcit sement3. --'V"- L-O! TilK COMING YKAIl!!! A Snajipy, Wi l-.i-Awake, Populiii' .Miii'iiai. IVoplu dedi iu; a iirsl-class Family, N'sws, I nun. mi ana t ...'nd.. ivi.ii .Newspuper, one us. talilisiie.il over bir! -iwn veins, having a mi tioniil iciiiilalioii. aiol a largo circulation in Ouio :i ml a l.iacon! Males, should III oiiceuiukc up their clubs for Tllli CLK VKI.AND ViT.KKI.Y PLAIN DK A I. Lit. l'or the ipiaiiiity and variety of its reading inalter it lias no superior anywhero, and as ( leveland is one of the best market points iu Ohio, great intention is paid to a careful re- iew of the Live Slock, lliiltert'iaia, Choose and others markers. In fact, evoir eirorl. will be ma deln keep Till-; PLAIN !)'' ALLlt up wiui tne tine s, .1:1. i make 11 II welcome vlsi lor lo the IIO.M1-: AM) nitESIDl'. l.ie jiir 1;V1 w ill be a slirring one. Tho II uancial events of the day, tho nioceediiiL'S of Congress a'i i 0,11 Maui l.egistiiture, will be given in reliable anil eoinlenscd form, Tho nirmni, the lie in.'.s.i Men, the Meclninhi and tlie Aiin-an will Dud la I I I K PLAIN DUAL- Klf sa. !i iiii'oriiiatioii as will hoof Interest to tneni; ami a lai ve spa.'u is devoted to General jmis -c, 1. 111 ., , i... . r;. , . !;.r Inmilv rtmilinir. e i-Kve ...1 ir:ivcling agenls. Send lor ;i.'ril:i.li co'ic. Wiifunuwily ro.piil liio influence of our 0111 men. is ami pa.rim- hi exteniling ourclr c.ulalioii. 0 append below our terms: t Kit. ms to Tin; .vi:i:::i.v i-i.aik DKibutt. Single copy, one year, - 00 -.iiiHie copy, ii iiioniii., - . . 1 au To CI. fits. t I11D1 o; 11 vo. Oil: 11, i 75 1 11:0s im ten. cat n, . . . . 1 60 two.) t r twenty or hr.nv, iae.li, - J SI5 TKIlJls 01' I) AlbV PLAIN DKAI-liR. Daily, by mail, (10 00 mius of r,:i-i:i.iii.y plain UKALUit. .1 cekly, Ly ma:! - - - f 1 50 Clubs of leu, . . 4 00 An cura :'!iv is ilhnce.1 t.i ')o.r'i,ii ..t for I' Illll;: 111 leu or llhlrl'. lit it m nncll. I-ai. eie.0.,01 ineniy o;--..i.iro al l 5;) each, thu Tr ivkl. I'l.n.i Dealer w ill lie sent to the irnt. ter-up cluli; and for ch.lisoi' fifty or more, at ?1 i"i, th.) Daily will I1.1 sent to the Club Aircn-. I.' M ; ri.-i 1 ve .& ni.'i.'w rumi-lici'sol die 1 l -e!an. Plain Dealer. 107 i'i.n:.vw. ..eiieeii mi lovelianil, Oio ft-saciuTO.TOA'jiswir.ti: in 1 11 m mmm mm mm A KTIIIT'S ILLUSTRATED t HO 51 K MAGAZINE. Iii'lllt. i lleei tel. e:r.'iir..t ntul iii.nirHn.ul,!. tliu-iloMK" lakes rank with the best nenoilJ ieals ol lb- dav, II is tlio cheapest first-class Alagatine 111 the comilry, and more thorougli Iv i leihilled with lll.l 1 . i.. 11,..:. ...?l..1 ii.'ok.m.ic me mail ;:".v otner. nPIPSJSSSWilY PATT55" 1. nil. ill , W . W 111- ........o .ui.oi a iiri.i inline 1 lie anil cliarac- k 1, ii.is .in in ucie 111 every iniiiioer. W MnnWJ H BTIIIMO AnowNHal iiuwii w u II I in U 1 story by T, tliiui a, win no louiiiienevil III tho Jim uary ntuniie: of the lio'lK ,Mu.tzi.ve. ti "MY fliUI 5 AftSn I A aeries of nil Uliihv HKU B jiloasHiit, . ........ i..-, iii.-i,, ,..'iikii,iu iin,i goon, to be ' 1 in ii'-.' .i iiii.iiry lllllilDcr. RTTCD!nv X'wi I iialtcrnsfbr la. I I I I Ii I U II U dies ami cblbli'ioi'i iieses aie given hv s iccial ariangeiiieiit cv- i. iiiuom, jiy uiu.iii.s 01 ineso patterns, ev ery w oman may now l.e bcr own dress-m. Ki'l. tut osjmT HiM sHiiDi.i) MAtsA. I 111. CnCHI KIM-: el Aiueriea gives ...... t 1 i .inn.; nil i:ic price, IIIHI II grUHUir VR. rioty, suited to every liiiinlier of thofamilv, vo:in not I u!ii. i 1, 11 ,1 ..n ,.1 !..,, :. ....,.' lished. ' w Vw FLORAL. script, ny a la will lie jjivou V v bole hook on Flower Oil. tlire. from nil oei,.in.-il nmnn. script, ny a ladj of ivlliniuieiil and exiierlenec will lie jjivou liurm;; sM, "PF5Pr I!K 1;NT" is HOL'SK" a I kHUb niiigiiilicsjiit stwl ungravlnir.tlie Lngll.-ll cum- ol'ubieli sells I'.ii. il.l Ii ba.,1 ...... ,wv,UI. ftlllj.'-.-Ii OCI . 09 RA A ;VKAIt is ibe in-lee of "Ar Vfc w Tiii'ii's i 1.1.1-srn a-i i:ji home Mao. Aiuxi;." It is l.irsale In Newsdealer. I'lau os, tnl.liit'ti'ivniis, S: w';u-Machines, Hooks, Sc., almost given aivay as Pi-eiiriiuus Ibr sub-si-nlieis, Semi roi-l'.eiiiiuiu l.iHt, Canvass, lug Agents wanted everwliere. 15 a KN'l'S will iiriiciiie 11 : iieiiieii specimen copy of il.l.rll.'ATKD llOMli A It I lit US Al AI.A.IM-. ' .'..-liil fol 1,1,1, T AlITIirnsso', rbiladelplila, Pa. pl-;TKi;".()A'S .MAGAZINE. . Great Offers lor 1874 ! ! r". l-'ise :,.llar Mi r.,,li-,,; Kngruv ing as I r: flu. am u .-v. . , person g'ji'.ii.g vt .-. ' 1'. ''..' I'l!!-:.l'r--- AMI J;;V, I'l.TKi sosV M ai.aim: bus ibe best Orlgi- i-i .-.nine- ,.: .., y ,, c. I,,;!-, Ml,s th eeipls, llii In-. I siecl ..i-i . ii. i. . -in ,-1 ,i tin best Ite- 10 III Vl.lJ.. AC, ,t,-, Hv- i'. It Kivcs inoro t'f no In. It will t . c! i i.iiiulii..s eiy laiinl.' n-.i-'i. ,,. la, for Ho- im ii. -i' i',i,n :;r coiitain, in ; .-a , in i; UNi; TIUH'MAMi I .-.: 1 ;:1 1-I)t-T1.I..N t-n.l.M.i l M l.M, 1-1. ATlsj! TV. IXVi: I Oi.illll.ll l.l.lil.tN i-attkiixh! TV. KI.V).; .MAM.loVll COI.OIIlii) KASIIIONg 1 Mh lll'XI KI.II WODllCl Trt! TW1..N1V-I Ol il l Ailr.S OK JU Sli:! It will !i!-.i give lire Original fopvright Novelties, l.y Mi,. Ann M. Sie.plicns, 'Prank Lee lleiie.lii i anil nibe:.. of Hie In. a authors, of America. Also, mail.- a !u:edreil slimier sto rics, all in iiu,il. h.- .'in,, i b Coioriiil Fashion Plates An- a). cad ui'uil o.heis. 'I'hesu plates are engrave i on tied, tvl.:c the usual , 'I'll: Ji.i (Aluai,- in advnhce) fJayear. U'lKAT i:i:ii-i"i lo-.n to 1:1. r us, Two . opie. r.. f j.id; !,,,.(. niplcs for 50. itb a e,.,,y ,.f Hie n;,i -rli uic...it int (SI s 10) "Sot Lust hi t ri;:;;: ;i;k,uk" to the person geltli.g eji the ( lab. ' l-'oiii- c,i, des !'.,. sii ,vi: ,-ojile, !'( tl 00; leu copies for 111,,), -'a ith nn evlia i-oiiv ol Ibe M,ii:a.:iio for ii: y, t, r i.-s. i. ils a prtMufuin, lo Ibe per-. i, i t;i.',iu i,,i ,i:e ( lull. 1'iyec i,,ii- lorsi"; Li-rbt epic, lor Pi 00; Helve . upli.i r,i- n iki. Willi both mi extru copy ol I In- Mu:;iui:i;-. a,.d ibe pi-ciiiliini lust .etiiil. lolhe peis.oi .- 11.. j, i:p Hie l.liih, . A'ldi'Cs.. ii.i.ji,. i n.',i!i.i:s.i. i .,.;-.,i;1;s. :;iii'. Ui; si mil M , i'iiiliiil.-lpliia. Pu. .. ripoeinii-iis ,.eni i.itu if written fm, JTjivjrliiK Wir;.iiiiii.i I'M-i.tisos "ent to any ici-mii. o le m in loi :i Till. AU:A I'-Tllt'K LMjriiu.ii for 53 tMvAw. T JIK SATI'I'DA Y KVKNING ros'r. A I'l'ltiitlful Chroino n every yearly HiibMcrlbor. max ad i: i.i : ii, t t ( i ; it k at n vm RIht A Weekly onlrihiilor, " ' 'I'm; sati hiiav Kvl-mvo i..u,i. i . greiil, l.iteiurv We. l K i. i.ii '"?.."? pitl'li -lies serial nil. r fs-fini of Am :y ' It ''iil'iri -jiinl vetdne, not ncgUet Alt- r-n, li nr.,. , I'lyCS H KhO' ..nnv... cal M.cii h weeklv. .Mux Ail.iir.- I Hlslorb lluinoilst,! iv'gnbir e.Uii-. -'" (tlio great inn spi.-liv.t o inn- .iil,v y .minor. ', Imp s reituliii-lv. illiV - -. ilers, also con briiibl, l-.lbi Wiicijle' tf iMtig, DiiDv Kw cuiieiipnilvplt,, -i ' -i M, lliu frequent ''ONfi fiv ' iul's jjAri'y it,. . .JL-ll 1 1 L V I III. l-lll' I ill U Ikilil. f . , .. . wnu i . i i ' . , "i. .,,,1 ,, y,, . . .mii-ii im i inns i i-i-ii i,iiiu-, nruis III .iii'iuntry, A ei,i, of ibis I In-oino will I... ., .m il ji n an) suieiiniK r tor im4. Lkjiumiihii I Vbr p,i, ,' , , ThkI'ostIs fifty cciiIh lower i.i ( I up :i'w;.'iimrs tlian thu ,..i,.n.H iiie.iiiiier iir,.i iftK Woi'klliw, Olid . 'oiinio uchIiIcsI J KIOIS -Alivai' In iiil.'ii,.,.,. n.... (Willi 4 111-oino,) -jiihi, r,mr eopie, (mid four tliriiiuos,VM(io kix copies (ami noviin (Jliro. . ,1 l'xm ' "I'les (ami elghtCliroiiios,) I(I X . '1 lie semlei. this oluk. trill 1)0 entllleil to a copy of 'I hk j'oht nnil of (he Ul in, f Ine coiiv of Tin' 1'iiii-r.. In no ,..i ...... . Aieriii,iil n;,uU ...V...V..: , ' !.,''"." Prom iiiii P etiinis 1,1 -i.itii , i.i(,..,iJ .. ,,; .. I UUI '!.." ".. Will nu,,, . i ,-l'IHM IIVI.I'II iniiar I.i, urn i-n iiiiiniii,. pir.iurc.'.j fjV'IVn chilis must ho sent for every Cliro mo ordered, to ion Ibe evniiiisi.s of i.w.iii.,.. 0rS5ceilllfth(..( ll,. ouoi desli-nl ui.linti" cai'il-bniiid or nnislii:, , isniiiiile tiuiuheis sent gratis, Ai ilress. 'I'lIM s.eiruniv 'rrcu IN(J I'OHT.BIO, AValniitHi., I'blladulpbla. " A7"K koiiiiiMiimtnully on IiiiiiiI nt lliUof. yV n miij .lily iif HWM.ol-KH, uiion Wlili'h H cu I'll ui liny .lcM:i-litloii , priiitii'l o low tliHl till inn v iiii'iiiil in v.i i. on the KiivuM-uiii iihim) by lliimi,, nt r AT PAMC PRICES. ' Coin :iiil t'x.'iiniiio tlifiii mid satisfy yourself thai I sell at tho prices I advertise. Having j list reeeiveil n LAKGK STOCK", bnul)t din lig the panic fiif eA.iii, avIicii r-.sir wii.- S(!ARCH. I Poiitively tlcfy competition, and Challonga any Merchant in Ohio to Compare Trices THE OLD jSTo Trouble to Too r It in trouble to show thein, but we cheerfully, mid will bo glad of the opportunity, for when you see my goods and prices, you tire sure to buy. IT A WWMUjHU and WILSON SgavIii ( li 1 " Whicli I Will Sell at lav lrico nt&5 Ierrect in Every Respect. Best Black mixed Waterproof, Good " " " Best Gold " Good " " ". Good all Wool Flannel, .... . Best Brown Muslin, - " Prints, 1( Coffee, ' White Sugar, - ' Brown " - - . And every thing else in proportion. JOHN W. WILCOX, HAMDEN, OHIO. 1 Baiis Ml JOSEPH S. HUHN, has removed his HARDWARE STORE CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK, IllS OlILX CIOVS KASI WITS SLIDING OVEN DOORS. Patontod Fob. 2 and Sept. 21, 1869. Stoves, House rurniAliiTio' tt-nAd FuruiHlil.,itLI..V. Ami in i-uiiiiactlon wlUi oiakh miifguKKSKH Aimi.i tlio -iiniu nii.ni. tilKliluK Htm-Bs in tlio l (unity. 1d nut lull to as tlioy will nut ,u miJor 1,0 1 1 f Hpoiitliiff anil ltoofliitr ,l,H. wm, i,eutiu8 nml illMmti-li All lrlntU vi.im-.. . va -Bulo, una t he bpht S CAIJNH WAX In thu mm lint i r . . A f ot FKUIT HANS for elHwl,ere. TiviMluniU'iiHt i.t IU""re t"0 him before purchiiMnic July 80, 187:1-11'. 'VILIj MEET TH J3 jVI A 11 K E T !" S. C 3 STAPLIu NOTIONS Jiosii;iiY, , UIDI21tWAlvLT, ; NEW STOCK, SHAM, W AUKS' AT WHOLESALE I - . . . . .. .-. : "Will Meet the Market in Prico and Discount: , in Hoods CRY OF Show G oods" is Thiii!" VE T WO I OS Ma- n n g . Ml OO Each, lte?u- OO. Warranted ( $1 15 1 00 1 15 1 00 33$ - 12 10 . 28 11 To tlio J3oclffo Build ing, East of the Iost-Cfllce, 'Where he in closing out him SFOCK OF HARDWARE. At Great Bargains, With a View of MAKING A SPECIALTY OF Mne Tinware, AND . . Is " V, Mm iili M l&ut ' '" t,!"i" l,7t ,;., nr. i. ..'T.?.?. nt Htor.k of uiilt thSin i Ti-i li bef r Z? ',u,.te ""xlim.r "r: ' IIHBllliy ClHVWHL'IO J.8. IIUIIX. WII ? 1. S. O. Swift, CIIILLICOTHK, 0.