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abRATTOnT' - KMTon.
THURSDAY APK. 25, 1807
Democratic State Ticket.
Allen a. Tlmrnian, of Franklin ;
Daniel S. Vhl, of Holme.';
C. Fulton, ol Crawford;
John McKhvce, of Butler;
Frank M. Huril.of Knox;
Thomas 51. Key, of Hamilton ;
Comptroller of the Tmisnry.
William Sheridan, of Williams;
Memher Board of JV-fie Works.
Arthur llujfhes of Cuyahoga.
Subscribers receiving their pa
pers with an "X" marked opposite
their names, will understand that
he time for which they have paid
Is pursuance of a suggestion of
the Democratic State Central Com
mittee, the Democracy will meet
in the different Townships in Vin
ton county, at the usual places of
holding election, on
Saturday, 4ih day of May, 18C7,
for' the purpose of organizing
"Democratic Club" under the in
struction of the Democratic State
Central Committee, the better to
defend and disseminate the great
principles of the Democratic Party,
and to present to the people, strip
ped of the sophistry and misrepre
sentations of ourpolitical enemies,
the grave issues upon which they
are called to decide at. the next
Let there be a full turn out.
By order ol the Democratic State
D. B. SHIVEL, Sec'y
Ex. Com. Vinton Co., O.
Cease, Vipers; Ye Gnaw a File!
In the last Mud-Machine, some
low, scurulous blackguard, under
the cognomen of "Unprotected Wo
man," seems to be seriously trou
bled about our charges for services
as an Attorney. Well, we have no
objections to have it understood
that we work at our business for
pay. This the brainless ass of
writer, calls stealing. Of course,
it was not to be expected that any
of this Disorganized clique could
distinguish between stealing and
making an exhorbitant charge for
services ; which was evidently the
the intention of the writer. But
let us see. Ue says some woman
got "a bad ten-dollar bill passed
on her. and when she was told it
was lad she relumed it to the person
or whom she qotiU and fie did not
take it lack" Indeed I She return
ed it, and he didn't take it. How
did she return it then I Now, we
don't recollect of ever collecting
back a ten-dollar bill lor any wo
man, from any person, since we
have been in tho county, and we
here assert, that we believe it a lie
manufactured of whole cloth. At
the same time, five-dollars might
have been a reasonable fee; it de
pends on what was done in the case.
As to the case of Mrs. Dowd, we
charged over 150, and then did
not get near pay for our time and
labor. This case was commenced
July 18th, 1S64. We drew the Pe
tition, prepared the case for hear
ing September term, 1804. Pre
pared and tried the case at the
February Term, "18655 'onie
six executions issued; two sale set
,sid, after contesting them; final
confirmation of sale March Term,
1867; motion to retax cost in case
of Pratt vs. Dowd ; motion of Key.
nolds on priority lein, and general
fight on distribution, with $194 'of
costs taxed in case, most of which
was after the decree; besides, we
pay an assistant attorney's fee out
of it. - Mrs. Dowd don't, or did not
complain, but stated it was satis
factory. The fact is, if wo were the writer
of the article in question and
could not find anything else to
charge on a neighbor, wo would
hide our head in shame, before we
would get down to such a mean,
low, dirty business. But every
person can,' and does see through
the. motives of the corrupt, lying
clique who act and control this so
called Democratic Enquirer. It is
on a par with lies they have cir
culated all over the county, in re
gard to our business and political
acts. We ask the Democracy to
receive these tales, from these of
ficials and demagogues, who will
misrepresent all men who do not
endorse their acts, no difference
what they may be, with due allow
ance. We here say the Democracy
of Vinton, that we don't work nor
vote to elect men to office to act
the rascal. And, further, so long
as we have any control of a Press,
and tongue to talk, we will expose
every Democrat who betrays the
trust we place in him, much quick
er than we would an opponent.
As to these personal matters, we
care nothing about them, especial
ly when they come from such
sources of rascality and corruption,
as does the article in this sewer of
filth and footed morals. The citi
zens of Vinton know us to well to
be deceived by these demago
gues, of our own party.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Judge King, of Missouri,has been
impeached, and will be tried on tho
third Monday in May. Gratz
Brown is one of his counsel.
Ex-Governor McRae, of Missis
sippi, advises his fellow-citizens to
reconstruct themselves forthwith
under the Military Bill.
The delegates elected to the Con
stitutional Convention in Michigan
stand 75 Republicans to 25 Dem
Copper has been discovered in
the whites and yolks of eggs.
The tendency of the Mississippi
River above St. Louis is to form a
new channel, which will leave that
city high and dry.
A day or two since we received
a dispatch stating that the First
National Bank of Selma, Alabama,
wa3 robbed of about 8100,000.
Private dispatches say that the
1 'redden t of the bank has since
Pears are grown in California al
most without care or cultivation.
London has an "Everlasting
Club." The fire never goes out,
the wine always flows, and the ta
ble 13 always set.
Indigent freedmen are decreas
ing, in Richmond, Virginia.
A dozen cases cf infanticide have
come to light in New England with
in the past two weeks.
Tho London Times declares that
it is ' the intention of the Queen's
Government to withdraw at no
distant time all British troops from
the American Continent."
False ears of flesh color india
rubber have been invented for
the use of ladies with large ears.
They are used in front of the real
ears, which are drawn back and
concealed under the hair.
Heavy floods have occurred in
A college for women is to be ad
ded to the educational institutions
of New York, by a new charter
granted to the Trustees of the Rut
gers' Female Institute. This new
enterprise, when established, will
give to women the advantage of a
full course ot collegiate mstruc
Fenianism is very quiet at pres
ent on both sides of the Atlantic.
Correspondents in Ireland, how
ever, report that the people of that
country anticipate another and
more extensive Fenian rising, and
that the British commander is fore
ed to keep fully prepared for ac
tive operations at any moment.
The Bankrupt Law Will go into
operation on June 1.
Colonel Mosby was serenaded by
his personal friends in Richmond
French scientific mm predict
that the summer of 1867 will be
cold and wet like that of 1857, and
they base the perdiction on the
fact that immense masses of ice
have broken or about to break
away from the extreme north, pro
ducing cold and vapofi
In Washington, thus far, the work
of registration shows five thousand
tl ree hundred and thirty-six white,
and five thousand three hundred
'and seventeen negro voters, Two
wards yet remain to be registered.
The Cheyenne Indians. in Colora
do have committed fresh outrages
in burning, stealing -and-killing.
Three of the United States Express
Company have been scalped. Gen
eral Hancock ii in pursuit of them.
The Richmond (Virginia) Ex
aniinei thus returns its thanks to
General Butler. It
"Wo have to thank Hon. Dr.
Major-general Benjamin F. Butfer
fur a copy of his controversy with
Bingham a controversy in which,
if any one wa3 bottled, it was not
the oblique-visioned gentleman
"An infallible test success in a
controversy is temper. The man
who scolds and storms may always
bo accounted beaten. Tried by
this standard,Mr. Bingham was de
cidedly floored by the Knight'of
the Powder Shin. We thank the
honorable member, and wish him
God speed in his exposures of the
murders of tho Star Chamber! It
is a deed of charity that may cover
a multitude of sins."
Ose singular fact in connection
with tho death of, Mr. Lincoln is
that no coroner inquest was ever
held on his body, no legal evidence
taken as to the. manner of his death,
nor was a single person, accused
of eonnecfion with it, ever brought
into a court of law; nor is there to
tip's day any legal testimony what
ever as to the manner of his death,
the cause of it, or who killed him.
We take the above from the In
dianapolis Journal (Radical )
Break up Hell Itself.
An old preacher in Western New
York, who was being persuaded by
some of his churchmen, during the
political excitement in that State,
last fall, to join the Radical party
"No my brethern, I can't join
that party, because all the Aboli
tionists in the country are in it; and
Abolitionism, my bretheren, has
done a wonderful eightof harm
among the people. It has hurt
many shepherds and scattered
many flocks. It got into the Meth
odist Church and broke that up. It
got in among the Presbyterians and
split them . in two; and it got into
the Government and broke the old
Union to pieces. And, my breth
ern, I don't know of anything it is
good for but to break down and
break up. And if you have any
enmity against tho old boy, I ad
vise you to send Abolitionism into
his dominions, and it will break
hell up itself in less than six weeks."
Truth from an Unexpected Source.
The Rev. Henry Ward Bukcher,
in his last Sunday discourse at
Plymouth Church, took up the sub
ject, and a fruitful one it is, of Leg
islative and Congressional corrup
tion. It is a theme which, in tho
olden time, would have been dis
cussed elsewhere than in tho pulpit,
but now, as all our preachers have
become statesmen, and instruct
their congregations principally in
the science of political economy
and in the movements of parties, it
is quite apropos and proper. , Mr.
Bekciier says : '
"The men at Washington and
Albany sold their country; they
sold their humanity and their honor
and the trusts that were put upon
them by their constituents. They
were debauchers of the young; they
were the traitors; they had lifted
the sword were not half so much
traitors; they that despoiled the
old banner and trod it under loot;
they that fired ' upon the Govern
ment of the United States, were
not half so much traitors as those
vermin who were crawling under
the foundations and destroying by
corrupting the vital power of the
The "men at Washington and Al
bany" thus portrayed are Mr. Beecher's
political friends and allies.
He knows them, and his testimony
is the best kink of "State's evidence.'
Nevertheless, we are convinced
that when next fall's election rolls
around, Brother Beecber will be
rallying Plymouth Church to con
tinue this corrupt dynasty in power.
The negro has got out ot the
woodpile, and is trying to get into
Mrs. Swisehelm announces that
after suffrage ,is given to women
her sex will not work for half-pay,
and that vice will not furnish wo
men the most profit: able employ
At the recent election for Mayor
of Paris, West Tennessee, James
ttuthne received but one vote and
To restrain from running at large certain
animals, within the incorporate limits of
the Incorporate Village of HcArthur.
Sec. 1. Be it Ordained by the Incorpor
ate Villaae of McArthur, That it shall be
unlawful lor any person or persons, being
the owner, or Having tno cliargo ol any
horses, mules, cattle or sheep, to- eull'er the
same to run at large within the corporate
limit of tho incorporated village of Mc
Arthur: provided, always, that the ordi
nance sha'll not apply to milch cows found
nt large during day time.
ec. i. That the Marshal, finding any
animal mentioned in this ordinance nt
large wlthiu the incorporate limits of said
village, contrary to its provisions, on view
or information, shall take up and Im
pound the same forthwith, giving notice
thereof to the owner, if known, and if not
known, by posting notices describing such
animals therein, in nt least three public
places within the iucorporate limits of said
village; and if tlto owner shall not appear
and claim his property, and pay all charg
es for taking up, advertising and keeping
the same, w ithin three days from the date
of said notice?, the said animals shall be
advertised, by posting up notices in three
public places w ithin said village, for ten
davs, and sold to the highest bidder.
Sec. 3. That the marshal shall, alter de
ducting bis fee and costs, pay over the
balance arising from the sale of such ani
mal or animals, to tho Treasurer of said
village, w ho thall keep the same subject to
the order of the owner or owners of such
animal or animals, lor six months trora the
sale thereof. And if the owner or owners
of any such animal or animals do not call
tor the monev arising from the sale of sueli
animal or animals, within the time specified
in this ordinance, the said money so aris
ing will ueeruu to said village.
Sec. i. That the marshal shall be enti
tled to charge and receive from the owner
or owners el such animator animals so im
pounded, the following lees, to wit: For
taking up and impounding each animal of
the horse kind, er mule, one dollar; each
head of cattle fifty cents; each sheep 25
cents; advertising any animal or animals,
seventy-live cents and also reasonable pay
lor keeping the same.
Sec. o. 'that the singular or plural num
ber of tho word "animal"' and "animals,"
shall apply to both, and the word "person''
and "persons" shall apply to both natural
and artilicial persons.
WILLIAM MARK, Mayor.
Attest: K. A. Hi'Luert, Recorder.
April 22, lt07.
CAPITAL, - - - $1,000,000!
Enterprise Iasiiunce Go.
DiitEoroiis: Thomas Sherlock, Fres't; R. M.
Bit-bop of K M. liiahop & Co., Tlieo. Cook of
Burkor, Hurt & Cool , Joseph C. Butler, l'ren't
Laluyotto Bank, L. K. Hull, of Addy, Hull
Co., t. it. Window, of Winslow & Smith, C.
Kale, of C. Utile & Coleman, Adolph Wood, of
Adolnh Wood and Co. John Bhillito. ol John
Shillito a: d t o., . D. Bullock, of A. D. iiul
look and Co., D. T. Woudrow, of Woodrow,
Meura and Co., Allen Collier, of John Swasey a
Co., h. A. Harris, Mnyoi of t.inclnnati, James
(ilonn,of Wra. Glenn and Sons, W. Byron
Carter, Ais'tSo'v, W. P. Stralton, Surveyor,
W. B. Cawilly, Vie 1'rei't, W. M. Richardson,
Cnsh on han l,
Hon I Estato,
U. 8 Bonds, 7-30,
I remiums Due,
Bonds, Mortgogcs,and Secured N te,985l321 18
ft ,169,460 30
All other Claims,
- t,M 95
- . - 1,140,5.2 95
Vinton County, State of Ohio:
Court of Common Pleas.
Allison Cox, Administrator ol Wm, Cox.dec'd,
The Vinton County Oil, Mining and Lumber
'TMIE defendant, Tho Vinton Conmy Oil,
X. Mining and Lnmbor Company, nou-reu-donta
of the Stats f Ohio, will take notice
that the laid plaintiff has filed a petition in mid
court against the aaij the via on County Oil,
Mining and Lumber Company, defendants, the
ubjectai.d prayer of which is to recover the turn
ol (t iiS8 'J5)aix hundred and eighty-nix dol
lars and tweuty-flvo cents, with Interest there
on from the 3!at dy of December, 1865, for
work aLd labor of aaid William Cox, deceased,
and for money expended by auid William Cox,
at the ppecial instance and request of aaid de
fendants, and for the nse of aaid de fendanls,
and under a contract made and eutored into by
and between said William Cox, deceased, and
miu uciouuBDut, ana .nut an attachment has
teen it-sued tnermn ana a l'ortable Sawmill and
Kipgmg, the property of said defendants, at
tached. The defendants are notified to arwsar and an.
war (-aid petition, on or before tix weeks from
this date, or in. lament will be taken according
ly. BROWNS & WILDES, ind
apiZ5w U. C. JONES, pmVe attoruies.
Vinton County, State of Ohio:
Court of Common Pleas.
John li.Brjyder, Plaintiff,
The Vinton County Oil, Mining and Lumber
rr HE defendants, Tb Vinton County Oil,
X Miuiug and Lumber Company, non-reai-dents
of iha State ol Ohio, will take notice that
the said plaintiff has filed a petition in aaid court
againat me aald Ida V inton (jonsty Oil, Min
ing and Lumber Comp.ny, defendunts, the ob
ject and prayer of which is to recovor the turn
of (t27 86 1 tix hundred and twem T-eeven dol
lars and thirty-aix cents, with interest thereon
from tnesiat day or July, 1880, for work and
labor ot said John U. Snyder, and for mono
advanced by aid plaintiff at the Decil Wan
and rrquoot of said detendanta, lor the nse of
said detendan a, and under a con tract made and
entered into by and between aaid plaintiff and
aid defendant, and (bat an attachment baa
been issued therein and a Portable Sawmill and
K'gging. me property or eaid defendants, at
tacned. in defendants are notified to appear and
answer saia petition on or before elx weeks
irom. misaan, or judgment will be taken ac
cordingly. : II. C. JONES and
' BBOWNtt a, WILDES, '
sp!2Bw Flff.'f Attornin.
ROM HOPE rUKflAUS, on the did
Lai rnW hriahi hrlnrl l. lin.
mm. lUJki I ' - 'D"- -"
ed back, white, under the bell md two
tmalt white pot over the eyes, very near
caUing. Also, one yearling HEIr iSK
brindle.rr.uch same ai cow, with large white
spot in forehead. A suitable reward and all
expenses will be paid to any one returning
or adtisine the undersigned where she may
be found. ISHAM BONDURANT,
aplSw3 Hope Furnace.
IVansemond Sued Polalo
DR. A. IT WOOD,
Webster, Scioto County, O.
HAS for sales large quantity of Nanse
mond Sweet Totaio Planls, early To
mato and Cabbage Plants, &.C., which lie
will st-II as follow, Swer-t Potato Planls,
600 62 00, 1,000 63 60, 000 $15 ,00, 19,000
$28 00. Tomato Plants, best varieties, one
dozen 35 cents, three dozen 81, (no hund
red t'2. . Cubboge plant?, very best varie
ties, pei dozen, iO cents, 3 dozen 50 cents,
100 $1. Late varieties, 100 thirty-fire cis.
1,000 $3 DO. All ordeis promptly filled.
on short notice. Plonts sent by trains
either way. Money sent by mail, if maileo
by the postmaster, in sums oi less 'nau iu,
at my risk. In ordering plants, be particu
lar as to directions , writing names and pla
ces plainly. If you send by Express, direct
to Webster, Sciuto county, 0., if by mail,
to Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio.
Havi-.g been long engaged in this busi
ness, ami havii made myself thoroughly
acquainted with it, I can guarantee that I
will render satisluction to all who may fa
vor me with their patronage. Orders solic
ited, and 1 w ill commence filling them on
the 1st or May. A. L. WOOD,
Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio,
Administrator' Sale of Keal Estate.
IN pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of Vinton county, Ohio, I will
offer for gale at public auction, on Saturday,
the 25ili day of May, A. D. 1667, at one
o'clock P. M.. upon the premises, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in the
county ol Vinton and State ol Ohio, to wit,
In lot No. Fifty-two (5i), and the south
halt ol In lot No. Thirty-three (33) as
numbered and designated on the recorded
plat of the town ol McArttjur, in said coun
ty and Stite. Appraised at In lot No.
52, 61750.00 South lulf of In lot No. 33,
Terms of Sale One-third in hand, one
third in six months and the remaining one.
third in twelve months from the day of snle
with interest, the deferred payments to be
secured by mortgage on the premises sold.
EDWARD U. DODGE,
Adm'r de bonis non ol the estate of James
Joseph J. iVIcDowell.Atl'y, &c. apl9w5
I N pursuance of an oider of the Probate
1 Court of Vinton County, Ohio, made on
the 17th day of April, A. D. 1867, in (lie
case of II. C. Jones, Guardian of Edwin
and Walter O. McDttli, against his wards,
the undersigned will, on the 27th day of
May, A. D. 1867, at two o'clock P. M , on
the premises, offer at public 'sale, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in Yin
ton county, Ohio, to wit,
In lot No. ( 178) one hundred and seventy
eight, and (28) eighteen feet off of the east
side of In lot No. (177) one hundred and
seventy-seven, in the town of McArthur,
us aaid lots are known and designated upon
the recorded plat of said town.
Terms of Sule Oiio tliird cash on tho
day of sale, otic-third in six months, and
one-third in one year, from day of sale,
deferred payments to be secured by mort
gage on tho p;emises sold and to bear in
terest at the rate ol six per cant, per an
num. Appraised at 6716 66.
II. C. JONES, Guardian
of Edwin McBeth and Waller 0. McBeih,
State of Omo, )
Officb of the Sec'y of Statb.j
I. William Henry Smith, Secretary of
State of the State ot Ohio, do hereby cer
tify that the following is a true cony of a
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly ol tuc Mate ot unio, on tneiitn
day ot April, A. D. 1807, taken from the
orijrlnal roll on tile in thisotllce.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto sub.scribod my name and
seal allied the Great Seal of the State
Ohio, at Columbus, the Cth day of
April, A. I). 1SU7.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State.
Relative to an amendment of the Consti
tution, providing for the extension of the
elective franchise :
Resolved, by the G titer al Assembly of the
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the mem
bers elected to each House agreeing' there
to,) That it be and is hereby proposed to
the electors of this State to vote at the next
annual October election upon the nppovnl
or rejection of the following amendment,
as a substitute for the ilrst section of the
fifth nrticle of the Constitution of this
State, to wit :
Every male citizen of the United States
of the age of twenty-one years, who shall
have beeu a resident of the State one year
next preceding the election and of the
township or ward in which he resides,
such time as may be provided by law, ex
cept such persons as have homo arms In
support of any insurrection or rebellion
against tho governmant of the United
States, or have fled front their places ot
residence to avoid being drafted into the
military service thereof; or have deserted
the military or naval service of said gov
ernment in time of war, and have not sub
senuentlv been honornblr discharged from
the same, snail have the qualifications
an elector and be entitled to vote at an
ED. A. PARROTT,
Speaker of tbe House of Representatives,
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867. apr8m6
Wettoerflfleld Onion Set, -
And all other fretji Garden Seeds,
nta tWsiwi'f'Drnf twr,
Something to Wear!
Mis Flora McFlimset one of the fair,
KiiUid a great muss because she'd nothing
such woeful condition we're sure all must
To be without clothing and live in a city J.
But If she had known our Irlend KICH
MAN up street,
In clothing superb she could have fitted Ujr
Not exactly the gnrb that her sex are wool
to w ear :
But better even thus than that she shoulcf
To the gents of our county we would say,
one anu rut,
For your clothing, full not to give IUCII
MAX a call:
In price he'll suit you in style ar:d in
other establishments he "layi Irs
the aliade '."
His slock of hnU enp?, boots, shots and
gaiter, all told,
In this marker, so cheap, ne'er before hart
He has h unks and valise?, cravats and neck
And all vUc lit his line that -good tnste
could ilct ise.
Then tlve him n call, nor wait to be tohf, .
That his good were all purchased with sil
ver and gold,
Which enabled him now to out-sell th
In coat, pants or hat, even down to a vest.
Remember the place: In Davis' Block,
Ju.st one iloor eatt of our friend John S
Hawk. 1IENHY RICUMAN.
-1EORGE LYNCH Is no iflod that
JT Lynch did, on the 22nd day of April, 1
1867, file hor petition in th office of tbe Clerk
cf the Conrt of Common Fleas, within and for
the County of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
charging tba aaid ticorge Lynch with adultery
with one Hiza Cooley, and inking thif aha
may be divorced from the aaid George Lynub,
which petition will atand for hearing al tba
next term of said Conrt.
apl25-67w0 By D.B . tibivel, Atty
Hie World Astonished
AT THX WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTR0LOG18T
Madame II. A. 'PE1UUGO.
She leveals secretsjno mortal ever kotw.
She restores to happiness those who, froai
doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in lov
loss of relations and friends, loss of mone,
6tc, have become despondent. She bringa
together those lung separated, gives infor-
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restores lost or stolen property, tells yoa
the business v.ou are best qualified to jur
sue and in w hat you will be most success
ful, causes speedy marriages and tells yo
the very day you will marry, givej you trie
name, likenefs and characteristics of Hit
person. She reads your very thoughts, an
by her almost supernatural powers unvtils
the dark and hidden mysteries of the future.
From the stars we see in the firmament the
malefic stars (hat overcomo or predominate
in the configuration from the aspects and
positions of the plane'. and .he fixed sUrs
in the heavens it the time of birth, she de
duces the future destiny of man. Fail not
to consult the greatest Astrologist on earth.
It costs you but a rifle, and you may never
again have so favorable an opportunt'v.
Consultation fee, with likeness and all d
sired informational. Pariies living at a
distance can consult the Madame by mail
vtth equal safety and satisfaction to them
selves, as if in person. A full and explicit
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swered and likeness enclosed, sen' by msil
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strictest secresy will be maintained, and all
correspondence returned-or destoed. Ref
erences of the highest order furnished those
desiring them. Write plainly the day of
the month and year In which you were born,
enclosing a small lick of hair.
Address, M.ioahe H. A. PERRIQO,
mai28y P. 0. Drawer 293, Buffalo. N. T
TO THE LADIES!
BEGS leave to inform the public, that
the return of Spring finds her prepared
aa usual, with a fresh ami complete stock of
fine and fashionable . . .
Herfassortment is very full, and will he
constantly replenished through the seasoa.
It consists, in part, of
BONNETS. HATS, RIBBONS,
Flowers, Feathers, Dress-
Trimmings, Corsets, Lace,
Barege, and Tissue Veils,
Belt and Velvet Ribbons,
Bonnet Sillcs and Velvets,
Crapes, Laces, Head-Net,
Dress Buttons, &c.
She purchases her Goods exclusively for
Cash, thereby securinfflhe best gooda at the
lowest prices, Hav'n.gin her employ sev
eral experienced assistants, she will be able
to execute til orders for new work, or re
pairing, at khort notice, and in the latest
PROMPT PAYMENT DESIRED,
Either in Casbor Country Product
Call and see her new slock. . mar28
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stitutions, 6f both 'sexes, ea HelraboldV Ex
tract Euoho. It will give brisk aad enerfttit
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