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'THURSDAY- -T'fElC 28, 1 807,
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Democratic State Ticket.
'- '.". ' Oocerimr, '
'Alleii G. Tliiirmnii, ef Franklin;
, . Lieutenant' Oiirtriun;
Dunlol S. I'M, nf Holmes; ,
!i. i. ' f.'futt, Trttifurer,
! . I C Fulton, ol ( raw funl ;
.-. ', ;:; Mat Ati-.liti'r,
John MeKhvco, of Hutlcr;
- '. ' Frank M. Hurtl, f Knox;
' , : 1 1 .' ).rem Jtlttye,
", TIioinnM M. Key, of Hamilton;
1 ' ' (famptri'llcr ( the Tremury,
William Slioi'Hlan, of W illiiuns;
i. i . 2ttfiher JJmmlof 1'ul.lie Work,
'"'Arthur Hurlus of Cuyahoga.
. i Subscribers receiving their pa
per with an UX" marked opposite
their names, will, understand that
;the time- for which they have paid
has expired. .
The Spirit of Improvement.
' Wb have often wondered at the
seeming stupidity of" men of means
In. riot taking advantage of circum
etancesr and, by judicious iuvest-
. meat in nianulactories, realize, at
.t nee, nii-ro on their money, than
they do in years by their present
Jmodb of speculating olf of poor
. . If the erection of a woolen lae-
,tory or iron furnace at McArthur
would, ia a few years, enrich the
- proprietors, arid at the same time
afford profitable employment to
many industrious, worthy mechan
ics,' would it not be better for the
'capitalist and property -holder, than
to invest a corresponding amount
in mortgages on property, that, in
consequence of 'a lack of public
."enterprise, is everyday depreciat
ing la value ? It seems to us that
it would. '
J ' Scarcely a man can be found
who has invested capital in manu
factories that were calculated to
develope the resources and build
(up any section of country, that has
not only been the pecuniary gainer
thereby, but has been really looked '
upon as a public benefactor. Look
at Mr.' Jamks Emmiit, of Waverly,
in this State, and you will see the
results of a libeial spirit of enter
prise!. He; has, in the a8t ten
years, expended more money on
public, thoroughfares and bridges
,alorfe, than would have been nec
essary to have put ir. sucessful op
eration either a furnace, foundry
or woolen factory at McArthur,
and all this hejiasdone gratuitous
ly.,, Did he suffer in consequence?
Not a bit of it. His property, as
' the natural result of his liberality,
haa more than quadrupled in val
ue, and his business has increased
in the same ratio.
, Now, the point to all this is : we
haye the undeveloped resources in
a 6tone's ' throw of McArthur for
running a first class furnace, foun
dry. or rolling mill, and we have 'all
the needful water power for a wool
en or other factory; we have also
sufficient capital in our midst to
establish all these needful enter
prises. i The only question now re-
will you do it?
The citizens of McArthur and
.vicinity, met at the Court-house,
on Friday evening, 22d inst., for
the purpose of taking the necessa-
'ry steps toward building a' railroad
, between McArthur.Station and this
? place. - ; r - .;
, ,.The,JJmee'f,lng was organized by
calling 'Win. Mark, Esq.j . to . the
:chair, and appointing; J. S. Hawk,
Esq, Secretary. ' 1 ' ;
Tie committee "appointed at a
( previous meeting to. confer ; with
the Directors of, the ,M. & 0. R. R.
at their meeting in Chiliicothe, on
the 20th instl: through their Chair
man, Mr. Joseph J, McDowell, re
ported as lavorahle aa.could be ex
pected under' alL the . circumstan
ces. The object of our citizens was
explained to the Directors to be a
ilebirs .to . connect . themselves .by
rail with the Marietta and.Vlincin
nati railroad, at McArthur Station.
From the interost exhibited, liber
al opinions expressed, and courtesy
extended to our committee by the
gentlemen comprising the directo
ry of the M. & 0. 11. R., and the
fact that Mr. Cutler is the right
man in the right place, his known
devoledness to the true interests of j
the JU. & L. li. 1(. company war
rants us in saying that ' all ' will be
done by the company consistent
with its interests, to buildthe road,
at no distant day, to Logan. Of
course, to do that, the road will
be lirst extended from 'McArthur
Station to McArthur. To do this,
our citizens must lend a large
helping hand, in the way of mate
rial aid. The road has had a very
heavy burden since Wm; I. Cutler
has liad control of it. The finish
ing of the road from Loveland to
Cincinnati, and repairs along the
lino has been a heavy drain on the
Our meeting appointed the lol
lowing centlemen' a committee to
take such action as they may deem
expedient, to further the proposed
road to McArthur: J. J. McDow
ell, Dr. A. Wolf, T. B. Davis, Dan.
Will, and N. Richmond. Where
upon the meeting adjourned.
The Capital of West Virginia
Has finally been located at Mor
gantown, Monongalia county.
Morgantown is situated on the
north-eastern : boundary. of? the
State, on the Monongahela river,
and near the IViinsylvania State
line. The great argument against
locating the capital al, Parkersburg
was on account of its being on the
border. The prime object was to
have it Jocafed as near the'"' geo
graphical center of the State as
possible. . Clarksburg, Ruchaniion
and Weston were looked upon by
the people of the State as the prin
cipal contestants for the honor of
its location, they being the nearest
the center. Why the people have
cut loose from their former idea of
giving the capital a central loca
tion, and placing it away olF out of
the way of either railroad commu
nication or good mud roads, and on
the undeveloped Pennsylvania bor
der,is more than we can well com
prehend. We can hardly believe
that the question of the locatiou of
the West Virginia State capital has
been finally . settled. . Some town
in the center of the' State will
eventually be made tlie permanent
seat of just ice of the Stale.
We clip the following article
fiom the Cincinnati Enquirer of
the 2 2d inst: ' ; , .
We do not know that there are
many things which, by the provis
ions of the Railroad Bill now be
fore the Legislature of Ohio, are
commanded, that it would not be
proper enough for railway compa
nies to observe. ' Upon this" point,
however, we have no opinion to
express. The objection to the bill
is that its provisions transcend the
legitimate province of legislation.
Because a railway company is a
corporate body ; because it derives
from legislation the right to use a
corporate name, and to sue and be
sued collectively, it does not follow
that there is any lawful power in
the Legislature to dictate the mode
in which it shall transact its busi
ness, or direct its internal policy.
A railway company is, in the eye
of the law, a private corporation,
as such, while it is subject to the
same rules of business conduct as
an individual, is entitled to the
same freedom in the management
ol its allairs. - - ' -
The bill to which we refer was
reported in the Senate on Wednes
day, by the Special Committee on
Kadroads. it is doubtless the es
sential product of the investigetion
which 'has been going on, during
the recess, into the manner in
which the railway companies of
the State, nn'd particularly! the
Hamilton' and Dayton, the Dayton
and Michigan, and the Atlantic
and Great' Western .condact their
private affairs.' Tit contains thirt
two sections, nearly each of which
commands or forbids the doing of
something,' having teference to
railway management : disobedi
enca to whicVis punishable crim
inally by-fine or otherwise;1 'The
main object of . the bill is to pro
hibit railway 'companies from mak
ing contracts -with other companies
for the wholesale transportation of
freights t . lower rates, than,! are
otherwise charged; a provision
which has the exterior appearance
of equity, but which cannot be en
forced -without interfering ,wjlh the
rightful- free-agency of 'the'parties
aflecte3;'"irthe object is""tosup
press or break down express com
panies or fast freight lines, the
question arises, what business has
the Legislature of Ohio to make
laws to break down express com
panies or fast freight lines f If
such companies or lines are im
moral, and therefore against pub
lic policy, let them bo prohibited ;
but if they are not, it may bo ask
ed: Where did the Legislature of
Ohio acquire the power to do that
indirectly ' which it mav not do di-
Our remarks touching illegiti-
mate legislation apply with equal
fni-A tn nnnllior hill nlsn hnl'nrp
the Legislature, to create the office!
of Commissioner of Railroads ana
Telegraphs, whose duty may be de
scribed briefly as a supervision of
railway and telegraph companies,)
with power to intertcre in their
management, prosecute them for
real or imaginary breaches of the
law, pry into their dealings with
their customers and the public,
and with incidental black-mail fa
cilities. We do not know why
there should be a' Commissioner of
Railroads and Telegraphs, any
more than a . Commissioner of Ho
tels and Lager-beer Saloons : nor
do we know where tho Legislature
obtains any more power to appoint
a fellow to pry into the booksj pa
pers, doings and dealings ot a rail-
road ' company, than it- has to ap
point a fellow to pry into' the
books, papers, doings and dealings
of the merchants of Pearl or Fifth
street, Cincinnati. ' ,
It is true that these bills have,
as yet, neither of them beoome
laws; and it may depend upon the
railway and telegraph companies
whether they ever pass through
the final forms1 of legislation.
Railway companies and telegraph
companies : have,1 or ' at least - are
vulgarly supposed? to have, a good
deal of money arid, as experience
has many times demonstrated, than
money there is no material more
efficient to expedite or retard the
wheels of legislation. We should
be doing great injustice to the ma
jority of -the members of the two
Houses of the General Assembly
of Ohio if -we- should insinuate a
word of suspicion of the purity of
their patriotism,the detotedness of
their loyalty, or the splendor of
their public - virtue ; but when it
comes to a ' matter of dollars arid
cents, there is no question of these
holiday attributes; .It has been a
good deal the custom at Columbus
to bring the railway Companies of
tho State to an annual or biennial
reckoning j and many a ruling eld
er from the Reserve has conscien
tiously gone home at the i end of
session with pockets considerably
heavier than his : per-diem could
explain. We may not be borne
out by the theory of our Govern
ment, which purports to require
and enforce great purity of official
conduct ; but in respect -to the
practice, there is not, among men
of experience, much difference of
opinion.' Other things being equal,
the heaviest purse will win I and
although the public conscience of
it . 1 i i . 'i ,"
mo average legislator 'is suoume
in its rejection of -venal induce
menf s,the springs which move the
private one nearly always admit of
juuiciuus luuricuuun. u, - mere-
lore, the railway companies, or any
ot them, desire to prevent the pas
age or the' bills under, considera
tion, or either of them, let them
take money in their hands. Money
is potent. Money, with delibera
tive bodies, is almost omnipotent.
It is a wonderful aid to reflection.
directing the sharpest and quick
ening the slowest intellect, and irii
parting' to ;the - moral faculties 'a
vigor such as'cari.ber awakened by
no other known agency.
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; Tue ' Culvers in' Cocvr. On
Monday last 0. 'V. Culver, Lucien
H. Culver; and John Walker appeared-
m' court to answer the
charges against them in connection
with the bonds o! the Venango and
Petroleum banks'. The cases were
not reached until this morning.
There being ; no -evidence - upon
which to sustain the charge, the
jury, under the instructions of the
court, rendered a Verdict of hot
guilty" in all' the' cases'.
:'. Thus ends the last of -the 'cases
by which 'Mr.- Culver 'and his
friends have been so much embar
rassed. '' ;'':? " -' ') ' r.:
We copy1 the' above ' from ' the
Harrisburg ( Pa. ) . telegraph! r
Mestrs;' Culy ei'a we're formerly from
Logan, ; 0., and many of heir
friends will be glad to hear of their
honorable acquittal. '
The following dfcpatch appeared
in the' cabid ( newB yesterday; but
(a it may have escaped the atten
tion of, many -.humane people, we
bring it Into this prominence :
11 London, Fedruary 20 Noon.
Her. Royal , Highness. thePrincess
Alexandria, isl quite ill to-day1 with
u Ihe couutry will breathe freer
and easier when the. enterprising
news reporter on .the other side re
ports the convalescence of HerRoy
al Highness. It is to be regretted
that bed id not state whether Her
Royal Highness'pains and achesare
of the inflammatory or of the plain
and vulgar character, ..
" P. S. Since the above was in
tvne the cable lias given : the de-
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""oi.iw u u . , ,;
M brU:r.v 20-t.yenmg.
The Princess Alexandria has
been oonrtned and safely delivered
: of a 8 , ,
I A tllO ReV. Sir. Reedier WOllld
sy, That's what's the matter."
Passage of the Police Bill in the
. Tho Police Bill, which has pass
ed the House of Representatives
of Ohio, only applies to cities of
the so-called second-class, such as
Columbus, Toledo, and. Dayton.
The ellort made to include Cincin
nati failed. Tho sole object ot this
bill is the paltry one of taking a
lew police olucers liom the Dem
ocracy of the city of Columbus.
Cincinnati being in Republican
hands, was omitted from its provis
ions, despite the efforts of the Ga
zette to have it included.' , It was
simply a fear of the political con
sequences likely to result from the
action of the German element of
their party which prevented its ap
plication here. This is another in
stance of- the disposition of the
Republican organizatioa.to legis
late so as to perpetuate power and
patronage in their own hands, and
take it away from their opponents.
It is very seldom, however, that
there is so small and contemptible
manifestation of it. Only think of
the representatives of 3,000,000 oi
people, passing a law . having no
other object ' than to change the
poliliiacharacter of thirty or for
ty . poiicenieh from Democrats to
Republicans!, It is seldom, too,
that. .t,he unblushing effrontery of
such' legislation' is so, openly dis
played, asi it is, in j this instance,
where the refusal to include . Cin
cinnati at once makes plain its ob
jects and intentions. . This kind of
legislation is' on a 6mall scale what
the refusal to admit the Southern
States into . Congress , is on a large
one, j It is a ,'chip , off the same
block, founded upon the same prin
ciple: of a perpetuation of party
party being made paramount to all
other considerations. In order to
accomplish this, every other con
siderations are disregarded, all
sense of decency violated, and ev
ery indiguity, or. outrage.; perpe-
irareu.' , , ...
We aro greatly mistaken if this
attempt to oveiturn local self gov
ernment and build up centralized
despotism, for a party purpose, does
not, m the end, re.act -with force
upon those who have "been guilty
of it.' No good can come from such
action, which . always returns to
plague the decigners and inventors
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
i Five thousand unemployed sail
ors are now in New . York, and
more persons looking for work
there than for five years past. .. -'It
is stated that W. H. Stevens
has discovered a deposit of gold at
his place in Chesterfield, eight
miles lrcm Richmond, Virginia.
It has been tested by a mineralo
gist. - ; ::.
Judgo Warren, 'of' Connecticut
Court, has decided that corporal
punishment 'of a- scholar by a
teacher in' the 'common schools is
unlawful. ' : ' r ! '" ' '
Some one in London, has invent
ed a machine for' toUihg bells. 1 If
is wound up on Saturday night, and
commences and ends its operations
at the exact moment on Sunday. ,
The , longest war on record has
been raging in New Zealand, from
18-J4, to the present . time. - Fortu
nately, tie Newi Zealanders have
no special army correspondents."
-i There is ho government in the
world whose crsdit stands so hith
in the European market as that of
Chili. The Minister of Finance of
Chili made application in London,
recently, for a loan of ten millions
of dollars, and the application was
mediately i answered by an offer
' eigiity-livel millions,-, and!
ramble for the stock at : one and
quarter premium. I a v-.'.oori.!
'Ah: old 1 woman at New Buffalo.
ichigah'a few davs iince' bn btr
tfcath bed, confessed her'euiltv
cbm'plicity- in a murder . 'committed
ttventy-six': years' ago; at Water
town, New Y6tk."''Vi '
', P-'I K ST
IT. Ju . O. -A.. ,
OF McAKTIIUlt, . ' .
Will be given at the M. E.
Monday Eventag, March 11, 1807,
Orations' i v '
t2TDooropn at ( o'lock; Evrcuet f om
muijve at half pt nil. '
AdniiHsion25c; Family Tickets 50.
HEAL. ESTATE. ,
riHE STATE OF OHIO, VIXTOX CO:
. . -, . '.- i .. i i n ' I i'.
hubert lliickner. Admr. of Willis Leach, iee'd,
jiluirlilT, v. SItij Leach, widow et ala-i the
feir-al-law of dee'd, dofondauts. - Order ol
In inimnance of an orin of tale, grunted hj
tl.o l'rubate Court, within nd for the laid
connty of Vin'cn, and directed (o me, I will
odor fur sale, free nJ uoetcuin bored b) doiir,
al pnblio auotico , ou -
Saturday;; lTarch, ; 30, ; 1807,
botwoen the hours of ten o'clock a. m. aud fonr
oVIc p.m. of anld dy, upon tht premises,
the flloit)( demriked real estato situated in
tho township of Oililo! ,1h said county, to wit:
In lot number fourteen ( 14) in the town of
llamdcn, In arorenaid townahip and oonbty.
Said in lot Ho, M, appra!ed at ti'0, and
must bring two-thirusof that sum.
'forme 1 1 Sule: Ont-thlrd in hand, one-tliirA
in one yea,r, and one-third in twa year a from
the Jny or sale, with interest; the. deforrod
payments to be secorod by mortgage upon the
Admr of Willis Leach, deceased.
E A. Bratton. att'y fprpet'r. feb-j8w4
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from whntover causa originating and so matte-
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diuretic '.!,.;. i
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BOOT AND 8HUEMAKEK, Logan itreet.oht
door South of Mrs. Dodeo's Millinery Es
tablishment. McArth ir. 0.. manufaotnres to
order all'wo'k in bis line, ii i i ; :
Repairing also done with icatn'ss and dis
patch.' Satisfaction guarantoed ' stid prices
moderate. - feb23m i. .
ChilliaothfJ O.'' .'.' ,
J . A.;ScoTTj ri-.r Proprietor,
Formerly pf McLure Hons, Wheeling, V. '
MZSj , . M. J otnan, Clerk. ,
Administrator's Sale of lteal Es
tate, uy order or rrobate Court
At" V fnton f'mintv Hhln ' - - t
Fatrick Henry Ouino.i administrator of the
1 estate of Uivhael Daucherty. deo'd.va. Marv
Daugherty et al. In Vinton Probata Court.
Petition to sell land. ;,: " ', f'-,!U'l
IN put .uaaee of an order of the ProbaW Orart
nl Vinton sAATinv Vt! a . AiL
w . . HWH vvHHfj) vur' H 1 " M "v4 vu a ilO C bal
day of Febroftty, . d; 1867, 1 will off for sale
m ..klf -..'! . . . 1
Monday, ,MarcKih, 'A. D. 18137,
hntw.An Ma Vi at- r.t 1A n 1 - I . M j .
. . Ilu u , y , .vvbiv,.., ui. ,uutu-
clock p. m. of said day, nponr the premiMs, n
vuo luwu.mp oi nineavuie, toe lollowing des
cribed real estate, situate in the county of Vin
ton and Statu Af lltitn ll-- Tk. i..f
of the aouthwaat oasrtarof Seotion No; I Five 'j
teen ( 181. containing aevsntv-fbnr aorsa. Al.n
thirti-four acres off of the eaav half of the
wHa awva vu vs uv aatajsj . uaa 1 1 VI :iu
south-Oiit quarter of Section No. f9U (-.. Tr
nu, ciijui.io;, Aingaiiv, oixteeo lointne
tonnty of yintdn and Stat of Ohio', ootoUlning
thirty7four aore. Appraised- ai 4751 ,00,, .,!
.Terms of sale One-third cash, in hand,' one),
third Insix -raoiltbs. and tb' remaining ore
third in twWVe months, from th jday f s14,
with interest; deferred paymenta "aec'nrad by
mortgap upon the premise! sold. ' -' ' -v'
t(! ; iir'.i.t. FATRICK HENBX OUIKH.'r ri'
W .AdZL Michael JMgbty,daordw
f ,f-BrttB Mayo, attya, - - - tfebSUw?
uin-r, is m-reuy given, uini wuu
Aicrviunia, ftiaiximii or THirice, a.
cKlimis. unnor liotr et i'ntrlcK u. MC-
Kinilii. deotasCd, li.ls filed his account and
vouchers, lor ptirtlnl settlement, hn the
Probate Court of Vln.top coltnty, Ohio, and
thft tlteSaiq will bo lor bearing-pn th8
?2d day of Jlarch, 1807, at one o'clock, t. M.
, Jcscth Kalkr, . ,
f0b.a.'C7-3v ' rrobato Judge.
NOTICR is fcereby pTcn.thM "Jaraea
Mc-Glllivra)'v guiirdiatT of Sarah .
Mxon, Boston A.NIxon.lllrani D. Nixon,
and Elilui A. Nixon, minor lielrsof Oeorg
Nlxou, (Icceiiscil, Jins Uletl his nccountf and
voni-her.' ftr ' pnrtinr settlement, in the
Probata Court of Vinton county, Ohio,
nml that tho ennio will Ik- fur hearing, on
the ?Mi day of March, 1807, at 7 o'clovli, r.
m. ' Joseph Kalku,
fcb.l8.'(!7-3w ; Probate Judge.
Hondiiiinrtci'H N." Y. S. Volunteer
aa Broadway .N. V. . .. . ; 1 1
In Aid or the I Mituteand
Orphan tuonn :
VOLUXTEER SOLDIERS & SAILORS,
A Grand Military . -
Promenade Concert and
Wl'J bo given at'tho Now York ttate 'Arsenal,
, coruur of 7th Avenue aud 35ili Street, ,
Thursday. r'e April 4, 1807, at 7 o'ctott.
''PUIS luatitutlou, iiiucdo I for tko'pnrpoae of
JL gratuitonaljr educ aitfr ibe Pom orioeMt
ed ctoldiers and Soimen of the United Bute,
was rumiivod I ant spring Hum Deposit, Dela
ware, N. V., to lis p'e ent location, corner of
Fifth Avoni-o and bovonty-sUth atree,N Y.
This InslitiKo is in the fi.unli year of nic
ccafgl operution; It is not a mure b-.m. of the
tricnd.efH.or orlinary orphan a.ylmn. but a
Mil Hirylnitltnto, .whore the sons of offloers
and privatos slmll n-t t el degraded, bnt be
kept upon the su-UI lovol ilKr fa; hers placed
thorn previous Xt the war.,
Tho N. V. S Voliintoor fnstltnte, seeond on
ly to West roint,wili bopjn to the reoeptlon
Of Pupils or Cudos from uuy State Asylum, in
the Uoiuu, upon complying with the published
requirement, and ConniinUon of the Inatltuta,
mukin it In foot a N etional inttituta for all
deserving Its advantages. . , '
Among many other, Cadets hava been
honored with the foil 0 distinguish d 0
durroraxnt: Mnjor Goneral Joseph Hooker. '
do John A. Dlx, '
do II. E. Davies,
Colonel Trafford, 71st ttegl . -.
do Cox, 22d.
do Mctiregqrv y
250,000 TtcketsatOne Dollar
, ; each; arid 250,000 'Presents:l
leing one to each Ticket Hol
der. ;. '.'.,: -v ','",
$12 5 , O O O.,
Presented a follow:
1 Prize $10,000 in Gold:. ...... 1 ..
If a Jlortse and lot on iSiitoit
ATcnne, Brooklyb, free
.O1 twe lots Jit Harlem, free
, -oi incitrnoranoc. , .
1 ;. . - Urtenbncks $100 each
.. Cottugo House and Lot, 30
jiw HpiviKtiu location in
Greenbacks $10 each .
.. ' City lot In Harlem ,
.. . litfnthi David i pluyltisr
, , the Harp before Saul... .
". . Set diamonds ring, ear
, . rings and pin, $500 each. . .
, . " Grand Pliino t'liickering
. . Fine Pianos, $500 each . .
Valuable blooded, horse. .'.
Ladies' saddle horAe.-. . , . ,
nay norse io nanus. ,
Seta of harness $80 each... ' 800
superior sewing machines
,,. $100 .each. ,. , ,;, r. v 1,000
- Family sewing Mnsehtaes "
, $75 each i .: , .: .. .. ..-. . 7,600
Seta ot cottage furniture
$00 each 600
' Gents' lever gold watches '
$200 each....,..:........ '8,000
' liadlcs' do $130 each. 1,950
Gents' fine gold guard
chains $100 each.: :. 1,000
Ladles' gold guard ohalua .
, $3Qj;acU-.. .JfA
Silver plated tea sets $75. . 1,875
.Suits Gout's clothing to or
der $50 each 1,000
Ladies' dress patterns to
, ' order $50 each., .1,0Q0
- 1,-, - Gents' saddle nml equip-'!
ments. . . .,-. . , . ; . . 100
1 . . 1 Ladies' saddle and equips b -,'.-!
;' ine'wts.:'. :.,r. . .' .150
"1 ",r. Handsome J totf " buggy '" "
. Brewster's beat 400
200 .. Photographic albums. ... 1,000
700 . . copies Ills.' War $7 eaeh.' 4,008
500 ,.,- Gold pens, pencils &c. . . . 3.000
1500 Spoons call bells &e ,. . 6.500
The balance to consist of works of k
prominent authors; engravings;'
musical lustriinicnrs; work boxes; .,
. music boxes; opera glasses; 4c" i'
amounting ta. .:. 34.223
Making In the aggregate 250000 pres- '", .
' ents vtlued at.. $125,000
How to Obtain Tickets.
Orders may be sent to us enclosing the
moucy from, one to $25 Ju a registered
letter ht onr Tisk 'with' stamp for return
postage. Greater amounts should be sent
In drafts or by express at the following
club rates. tSTSeud by post-office order
5 Tickets to ono address 80 ;
"io' : 0O
Address all orders and communications
to , KENNEDY & CO.
:' . f(j29 Broadway, New York. v
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"! Sricut NoTiti To iho MlliUrV,o
ganization Influencing the larirest 8le of
Tickets frill be presented a handsome Rebl
mental Standard. Parties purchasing
tlcketr xriU 'pksasendvter get nrwhim
Iteglmeht At'thif (TesTre te credit their
p!iiij;, y;Tf;?i ,',.
MONEY Fit EE AS WATER.
16,000 Active Local and Travelin
Agents, Blale or Female, of all age, ar
wanted to solicit trade in evcrjf City, Towii
Village, Hamlet,1- Workshop aud Factory,
throughout the 'entire world,-; for the most
saleable novelties ever known--fiOO Fear
Cent. Profit and ready salb whekiVk
offrbkd 1 1 Smart men and women eaa
make from $3 to $50- rpeir dayj and do risk
of loss! A 8may 'capital requlred'of rrotn
$20 to $100 the more money invested the
greater the profit. , No Money required la
advance we first send the articles and re
ceive pay afterwards! I If you actually wish
to make money, rapidly and easily, wdM
for full particulars and' addressca .V'- f
MILNOK & CO (Prom PaHs, '
- "T : . i . : 210 Broadways New York.
iKewrapaper copying "kill ,'r11y
dealt witkr 'v : - - JM-Wy .