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THE VINTON RECORD.
MoARIHPB, OHIO,
THURSDAY, MAY JW. 1873.
Ohio Valley Editorial Union.
The sixth annual meeting of the
Ohio Vlly Editorial Union will be
held in f ircleille, on Tburtday and
Friday, June I2th and 13th, 1873.
A full attendance oi the mombere of
the preee ie deeired. in order that the
meeting may be both pleasant and
WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't.
W. S. McCOLLISTER, Sec'y.
Col. Adnet, formerly ot the
36th Ohio Vols., has called our
attention to a communication
Jrom Capt.Otu.publiBbedin the
Commercial last Friday, bear
id; testimony to the honor and
personal bravery of Gen.Comly,
now editor of the Ohio State
Journal, formerly Colonel of
the 23d Ohio Vols. The com
munication is in anBwer to
ome base insinuations of per
sonal cowardice published in
the Cincinnati Gaiette, and
originated some two years ago
by Furay, one of the Gazette's
regular correspondents. Col.
Adney's . regiment was brig
aded with the 23d, and he feels
outraged at this slander upon
the fame of one ot hit old
comrades, and with just cause,
too, for the Gazette has per
sisted in repeating the slander,
and refused to let Gen.Comly's
comrades, who alone could
know of his character as a sol
dier, be heard in his defense.
To those who know Gen. Comly
the (lander will go for just
what it is worth, nothing at
all.
It originated in a war of
words between the Gazette
and the Ohio State Journal in
which the Journal pinned the
Gazetto to the wall, when the
Gazette retorted with the insin
uations alluded to. To these
Gen. Comly with a soldier's
delicacy in such a matter
made no reply. We presume
he could have got certificates
without number to attest his
character, but knowing the ut
ter falseness of the charge, he
judged that such a course
wonld be worse than useless.
and has contented himself to
write one or two manly articles
in reply, more in general than
special terms. In this situa
tion ot affairs we are glad to
see Gen. Comly's comrades
come forward in his behalf, and
Ihe Gazette in refusing to pub
lisii their communications, be
trays a spirit of malice un
worthy ot its refutation and
influence.
We are in receipt of a letter
Trom Uallipolis the evident in
tent of which is to influence
the course of the Record to
wards Mr. Langley, as Presi
dent of the G. McA. & 0. R. R.
The burden of the letter is
personal dennnciation of Mr.
Langley, which is carried so
.far that it is its spirit abroad
'which retards the work upon
-the road. We are kindly ad
vised that we have been de
ceived, what we should now do,
and '.hen the writer, to clinch
bis argument, tells us what Mr.
Langley should have said per
aonally about the editor of this
paper. We don't care whether
Mr. Langley used the language
ribed to him or not. So far
as we are personally concerned
be is at liberty to think and say
with perfect freedom. What
we Lave said in Mr. Langley's
favor was 'never prompted by
personal feeling to Mr. L. as
an individual. He has been
elected as the representative
i an enterprise of the greatest
importance to the people of
1 section of country, and it
ijf with bis trust in this capacity
that we have to do, and though
are were personal enemies we
would accord his a defense so
fang as we believed him offi
cially entitled to it. The road
is what we want, and it looks as
A hough it could be obtained
through his agenoy. Should he
fail he, never will have cause
losay (feat the Record has as
sisted in, placing ebstacles in
the vrkf of his success. We
wish jre could say as much for
thjs- author of the letter and
4pme oi his friends.
Air rrtlacaeitf Ueertea at tklx Price
Wi are always a little sus
picious of your over-virtuous
individual. Ilon.W.R Roberts,
Democratic member of. Con-
?
gress, wnose conscientious
scruples forbade him to accept
the extra compensation allow
ed by Congress, i hU
Irank to send through, the
mail a dirty, obaeeae, swing
ing circular, advertising' a
"love charm that will not" fail
to act in soy case, male or fe
male," etc.
Judge Van Trump's legal
mind wouldn't permit him to
take the back pay. The Judge
rode into Congress several
times on the hack-ridden hob
by ot opposition to Und grants
to railroads. We hve before
observed that the Judge was
alwrys conveniently "paired
off" with some person in a dis
tant part of the country when
vote was to be taken on
these schemes, and did not
vote. He had the misfortune
to be "paired off' again on the
back salary vote. Perhaps it
was all right, but the record
would look better if the
Judge's tongue bad not been
muzzled so otten on important
legislation. We think just
about as much of a man with
. m J
a plainly Daa recora as one
whose record can not be dis
covered.
We notice some of our ex
changes exhauf ling themselves
in praising Hon. Charles Sum
ner because his conscience
would not permit him to ac
cept the back pay. It occurs
to us that the Hon. Charles
has been somewhat damaged
in reputation within the last
few years, and has a natural
anxiety to recover. It also oc
curs to us that he did not make
hid nfittlement until sometime
after Congress had adjourned
and the people were heard
from; that he was a Senator in
good repute in 1866, when a
bill similar in its provisions to
the one now justly complained
of was passed. If be ever re
fused to accept his "back pay,"
at that time, the world is ig
norant of the fact.
We would not say one word
to detract from the reputation
of those Congressmen who,
lrom a sense of honor, did not
draw their back pay, but we
would beg to be excused from
considering that one fact in a
Congressional record as a proof
of superior virtue.
N. B. Since the above was
in type we notice a rumor that
Judge Van Trump has re
considered his first determina
tion, and drawn his salary.
A Bhown township corres
pondent suggests that the
principal use of the celebrated
Hope Furnace dry road bridge
is to give Isaac Keeton exit
and entrance between his held
and woods pasture without the
trouble of building, and there,
after opening and shutting two
gates, which would otherwise
be necessary. A handy ar
rangement, we confess, but
$175 looks to us like a good
round sum to be contributed to
so small an amount of private
luxury.
TheG., McA. &C. railroad
company has now at work be
low, about seventy men and
fifty to sixty horses and moles,
and expect to increase the
force as soon as the weather is
settled and farmers have com
pleted their Spring planting.
The Berlin & Pomeroy Co. is
pushing its project, which
crosses the G , McA. & C. R. R.
about twenty-three miles this
Bide of Gallipolis, books hav
ing been opened at Cincinnati,
for subscription on the 10th.
The State Journal wants the
convention to place a provis
ion in tha constitution to for
bid Members of the Legisla
ture from riding on iree rail
road passes. Has the Journal
searched the pockets of the
members of the convention?
The remains of Chief Justice
Chase will be taken to Cincin
nati for final interment.
j
D. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
thux.O.
Mackley makes a long ram
bling reply to Capt. Wilson's
letter in which he admits the
truth. of . the demand for 5500,
but says the money was for
other?; (hat be would permit
the publication of the letter
referred to,but it would involve
ether persons. He does not
hcsiUte however, to involve
tinrwhole Republican press of
thedlstrict by in sin u alio g that
they ail received money cor
ruptly, except himself; that he
received a roll of bills which he
virtuously returned because bis
motives might be misunder
stood, when Captain Wilson
told him that all the other pa
pers of the district had re
ceived money in this way. We
are not afraid ot our motives
being misunderstood in any
money which ever passed be
tween Capt. Wilson and our
selves He has paid us (or ev
erything be got of us in the
regular course of business just
as other people have, but has
never tendered, nor did we ex
pect money for editorial support.
The Democracy of Vinton
county are certaiuly a patient
people. The organ of the
Court House ring specifies a
certain section Clinton town
shipwhere it says the Dem
ocrats were made drunk, and
bribed to vote for Wells by
whisky, and then it makes the
general charge for the Demo
crat of the whole county that
they were bribed with money,
and even names the sum at
which tbey were purchasable,
$1,200. We say it indicates a
good deal of patience on the
part of the Democrats that
they have quietly passed these
slanders without notice. The
ring and its organ though will
be likely to hear from them
this Fall, at the polls.
The Wilmington Republican
says: "Hons. M. L. Clark, of
Roas, H. F. Page, of Pickaway,
Mills Gardner of ' Fayette, John
A. Smith of Highland, A. W.
Doan, of Clinton, T. F. Thomp
son of Warren, and T. P. Towns.
ley of Greene, make a combina
tion of Republican strength that
will be felt in the Constitutional
Convention. What other sec
tion of our State can present bet
ter material?''
Point to a State where Liber
al Democracy ,has obtained
foothold, and we will show you
a State lacking in prosperity;
its administration of justice a
mockery; its people lacking in
thrift and industry; its school
system defective
The Scioto Gazette says of
John Mayo: "He was a young
man of great promise, and bad
he lived, bade fair to become
one of Ohio's most prominent
and talented lawyers."
"Prof." Boley made a bal
loon ascension at Nelsonville
last Saturday and lit in the
Hocking River. He swam out
without injury.
Advertising does pay. A
Hampshire county farmer, who
advertised his farm, claims to
have fed out one hundred bar
rels of oats to the horses
persons who have been to see
the place.
McArthy and Robinson,
who escaped from jail in Iron
ton, are under arrest in Cin
cincinnati, and will be kept
until officers from that county
come for them.
Sixty to seventy-five men
were killed by a fire and ex
plosion in Drummond colliery,
flora Scotia, last week.
Forty-three townships in
Ohio are named Washington,
ail on account of that little
hatchet.
Wm. Pball and wife cele
brated the fiftieth anniversary
of their wedding, at Pomeroy,
last week.
A BASO of Gypsies the gen
uine article, dirty, ragged and
filthy is making Logan
stopping place.
A horse fair will be beld at
Athens,June lltb,12th and 21st.
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE HASTINGS PRESIDING.
The Prosecuting Attorney
entered a nolle in the case ot
the State against Benjamin Mc
Cawber on indictments for
stabbing with intent to wouud
and kill.
Mary Olds vs. Joseph Wolf.
Motion for a new trial over
ruled and plaiutifl ordered to
pay costf. Exception taken.
Trustees of Knox township
vs. John Stanley. Dismissed
for want of prosecution, and
plaintiffs ordered to pay costs.
State vs. fcdwin Quinn. Tried
by jury and found guilty ot
cutting with intent to wound.
John R. Madeira vs. Seneca
W. Ely and others. Sale of
land by Sheriff confirmed, and
cause continued for further or
der in distributing of proceeds.
John P. Coe vs. Win. and
Rachel L U. C. Jones and
Wm. Mark made parties to de
fendant. Suit on mortgage.
Judgment for Coe, first lien on
premises $705 86; Jones, sec
ond hen, 207; Mark, third lien,
$205; and order of sale to is
sue in ten days in default of
payment
Alfred Burtenshaw vs. Hope
Furnace Co. Leavo to file
amended answer and cause
continued at cost of defendant.
Richard Timms vs. Commis
sioners of Viuton County.
Heard on demurrer to answer
of defendant, and demurrer
sustained, to which ruling de
fendant excepts.
State vs. Thomas Plummer.
'fried by jury for burglary,
charging that defendant broke
open a railroad car at Uamden,
and stole therefrom a box of
baking powder and two6acks
of flour. Jury were unable to
agree, It being understood that
nine were for conviction, and
three favoring a verdict of
guilty of larceny.
Gros venor & Dau a vs. Abrani
Wilber and S. B. Downard.
Judgment for 214.75 and costs.
At the tjrue of going to press
the case of the State against
John Hendricks for burglary is
in progress.
Wj want ten copies of last
week's Record, May 15th. Any
of our subscribers who have
papers of that date, will be
properly paid for sending or
leaving them at this office.
D. V. D.'s communication
will appear next week.
Two small, rocky islands in
the Behring Sea, says the Lon
don Globe, will soon have paid
back to the United States
Treasury the whole sum ex
pended upon the purchase
Alaska. When the cession
this territory was granted by
Rustia, people smiled at the
bargain made by the Ameri
cans. It was asserted that
Yankee shrewdness had de
serted Mr. Seward in the mat
ter. He knew better, and did
not buy with his eyes shut. St.
Paul's and St. George's islands,
belonging to the Aleutian
chain, have since been leased
to the Alaska Commerc'.pl
Company for seal fishing at
yearly rental of $55,000.
tax of nearly three dollars on
each fur seal skin taken and
shipped from the island is also
imposed. As 100,000 skins are
exported yearly now to San
Francisco and New York,
fruitful source of revenue is ob
tained from these two barren
rocks. This territorial enter
prise of the United States
therefore a great success, and
will probably help to develop
the idea so rapidly growing
America that colonial posses
sions are useful from many
natural points ot view.
How is tbia lor matrimonial
matters in Noble county Ohio.
One of the county papers iurn
ishes the item:
"Thomas King, a resident
Marion township, is seventy
five years of age, married to
third wife, and the father
eighteen children, the oldest
about forty and the youngest
one year old. His last wife
the youngest sister of his eon's
wife: henee the father and son
are brothers in-law.
A Newspaper.
The following article in re
gard to the country press is
from the Republic, a Washing
ton magazine. It is brim full
of wisdom and suggestions :
"A town without a paper is
a nonentity; it is a sleepy hoi
low without a poet to usher it
into fame. As soon as a vil
lage becomes ambitious to at
tract its share ot emigration
and to secure to its citizens
their share of political influ
ence, a paper becomes a ne
cessity, and a good paper has
frequently brought insignifi
cant villages to the attention
of the entire country.
'Strangers always judge the
enterprise and business pros
pects of a villago by the char
acter of its papers. If its ad
vertisements consist chiefly of
patent medicine and other for
eign advertisements and mort
gage and chancery sales it is a
notice of ''hands off;'' but if its
columns are well tilled with in
teresting reading, local items,
and live home advertisements,
the verdict is at unco this must
be alive place, just the home
for an enterprising and edu
cated man.
"One of the chief means to
secure immigration to new
places is the sending of the vil
lage paper to acquaintances
and friends in the East If the
most enterprising citizens ol
our Western villages were to
subscribe for several hundred
copies to be sent to former
friends, they would secure a
steady flow of most valuable
immigration."
The Cincinnati Gazette is
constrained to admit that the
present tariff on iron does not
control the price of the article
in this country that every
particle of it might be remov
ed without lowering the price
of iron in the Ohio Valley one
farthing. This is a notable
admission for the Uazette,
which has hitherto taught the
doctrine that whatever duties
are levied upon the foreign
article are at once added to its
price and which the consumer
will always have to pay.
A girl of twelve and a boy
of fourteen are about to be
married in Galveston, Texas.
Vegetation was never known
to be farther advanced there
at this 6eason of Ihe year.
An editor of many years ex
perience said that the man was
yet unborn, who could write a
local item and be perfectly
sure that nobody would be
offended.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
The Favorite Fine-Cut
qiHE'Chewera' Choice, is now taking the
J. lead ol all other Hrands. Bright In color,
pleasant in taste, tough and laslin; in chew,
this tobacco possesnea every quality to suit
chewers, and sells by the in. pound bucket
fully too cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps less
quality, loo buckets of this celebrated brand
nave been sold In Chillicothe alone within
the last two month', and trade still tncrea.
lug. '-Try It" SCHjEFfER A KRAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
2'Zmay 1873
S. T. BOCCESS.
RESIDENT DEX IIST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can tt tit times be found tt hit office.
TEETH FXTRAOTED
Absolutely without pain, and perfect salety,
oy ne use oi
LAUGHING GAS.
22may 1873.
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To tell our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture of seen es la the late civil war.
Send stamp for circular.
VI. I. HOLLAND 4c CO.,
8pringflld, Maes., or Chicago, 111.
Dissolution of Copart
nership.
of
a
of
NOTICE is hereby given that Ihe eopart
nershiD heretofore enstini between N.
Ktchmond and 1. 8. Huhn, nnder the firm
name of Richmond A Huhn was dissolved oa
the 6th day of lsy, 1873, by mutual coutent.
All business perlaini g to trie late nrm will
be settled by J. a. iiuho. who remains at the
oldstand, All renons knowing themselves
indebted to said arm tre hereby notified to
call upon him tnd settle their accounts. All
accounts not settled on or before the 1st dav
July, 1873 will be promptly put in the way of
collection. N. BICH.MO.iIi,
4.0. nuun.
The undersigned would ask t continuation
of that liberal patronage her tofore given. 1
will tell low lor mat, hut t will keep no honks.
b. KbHIN.
Bo do tot ask fcrciim, 1
JBiy Goods
MAY "itii, 1873.
m
Paint and Second Street,
CUILLICOTIIE, 0.,
T now reclving the lergeat and motUttraol
live stock ht has ever opened.
Especial Attention
IS
Invited to his Superior Asortmen.
OF
DRESS GOODS,
i ii
New Fabrlci and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
IS OFFERKU
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
IACE SAQUES and LACE POINTS
BIBBOITS.
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PARASOLSand COKSETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
CA-RPKTIlSrGr
la new Pt(erni
011ClotliS,Rugsand Matting
AT CINCINNATI PPICE3.
K. B. SMART.
SHERIFFS SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Mojo, Dulladway & Mayo, Plaintiffs,
n train st
Abrara Wilber, Defendant.
ix vivrox county rorirr OF
COMMON 1'LE.tg-OKDEIt Of SALfc
DURSUAST 'o the command of en or.ler of
1. Kile imiied from the Court or tjnmmon
PIm of Vintnn County, (ml to me directed
fheriPof mill tiouniy, 1 will ollr for mle
in from of the Court llouoe In Ihe lou ot
MoArlhur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Monday, 16th day of June, 1873
ot the hour of one o'clock, P.M. of mild dy
the following Uc-ribcj hinds end tenement
to wit: Coinmencmir t the north weslcornel
of the north east one-half of the norlh-et
quarter of neciion No. ao, townhip No. in,
of mnue No. 17. ihewc runnina tonlh wilhin
two rod of .loi-iah Wither' lloue,thenceeat
to the ManeiLa A Cincinnati Railroad, thence
running norili-calerly to the aoiith went cor
ner ol 11 rid i(i t Wlule'i Int. thence due north
to Iheitrction line. thence due wet to tho place
of beginning, containing two acre, more or
ie, with all of the privilege and appurten
ance thereunto bcl.muln, being Hie enine
property auld by Abrani Wilber to Hebfutinn
ijpeti
Annralped at thirteen hundred (I.SW) dol
lars und mint hung two-tlurda of t lint aiim.
To be Mild a the property of Ahrnm WMIier
to ntul'v an order of gale, issued from ll'
Court of Common i'leai in lavorof .Mayo, lm-
II idway A .Mayo.
TERM OF SALE.-Cmh in hand on day of
sale.
GEORUE HALER,
blientt Vinton County.
J. M. McfSii.Livtit, Att'y fbrpl'ltr.
May 15, 1873. 5w
JOHN M. GCEHNER.
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble.
AND
SCOTCH GBAXITB MMEXTS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Keatly tnd promptly executed.
Mulberry St.,let'n Second & Vatei
Chillicothe, Ohio.
1 superintend all my own work in person.
I execute all the finer designs, use the beat
material, and can not he unilesnli. P.rann.
wishing any work in my line tre Invited
examine wo, sincK tnu prices, t,etore mak
ing contracts.
I personally supeiintend the careful setting
up of atoms and monuments bought at mi
establishment.
Hv buying at this shop you will save from
i percent, pain 10 agrnls. 24apr73
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
13 OSEOF
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. ll WEST h tt.
QINOINNATI.
WHIM J JOIs)
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
rpH E undersigned wishes to Inform his ens.
.Homers snd the pnblie generally that
m uuuuiv .no- mnount oi sweet poft
toes, in beds to snrojt. to what h had
merly put out tnd hopes to be able to furoi.h
pianu tnrougn inn season to til that may
VOr him With t call, lor i.' eta. nor h inilnl
Place of residence miles ronth of McAr
Iamayl873 4vr
FA It ill FOR SALE.
.ya AotA .'I'HE Jencinga Farm,
T J Is' on" "n't norih .wesl
Of Himien. rimin,n
containing 180 acres
balance in limber.
houe, barn, smoke !
containing 180 acres, 130 acres in grass
farm of Hon. T. M K
uaiaace in timoer. a new two-story frame
ry out-hooe8 tre among the improvements.
Ihe farm lies well, it well watered, fencing
An, ...r.llii.n ....I.J I.l. ... .
iuu-e, um, iraoKe-nouseana omer necesst-
v... v.'.iiitcku wm, i. in goou
Pair. For further information innnireof
isep . K. a. WILCOX Hsmdea, Ohio.
AGENT! everywhere to tell our new
n An a w.u in sell our new and novel em
broidering machine-, send lor illii'trated
to the Mi-Kee Manufacturing Company,
B.SMART
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cular, TJNITED STATES
INTERNALJEVENTJE.
NOTICE TO SPECIAL TAXPAYERS
The law of I'ectmber . require.
J P,ioB engaged ' ;" 'Tn!m V.H. to.
employment, wide" ",1r, nim ",bU W"
try
or i
SPECIAL TAX,
to proenre and place conspicuously In hi
Ublishmeoi or place oi business,
.A STAMP,
denoting Ihe payment of Mid Special Tag be
lore eoinuieoomg business.
The taxes embtaced Within Ihe provision
ol the lew boe quoted are the follorfiiig.visi
Rectifiers 1200 00
Uralun, rei.ill Honor 25 W
Dealers, wholesale liquor. .... 1UU W
Dealers In matt llciiiors.wbole-
gale 60 m
Dealers In innlt liquors, retail. 20 00
Pettier In leaf tobaeeo.. 25 W
Keti.il dealers In leaf tobacco. 500 W
and on sales of over $1,000,
fllty cents for every dollar lu
exeess of $1,000.
Dealers i'i manufactured to
bacco 5 00
Manufacturers of ctliU 50 CO
mid lor each still or worm
manufactured....: 20 00
Manufacturer of tobacco 10 00
Manufacturers of cljrnrs 10 00
rudtllcrs of tobaeeo. lirst class,
(more than 2 horses,) 80 99
Peddlers of tobacco, second
claxs, (2 horees) 25 00
Peddlers ot tobacco.thlrd class,
(1 horse) 15 00
Peddlers of tobacco, fourth
class, on foot or public con
veyance 10 Off
lire were of les tlianWO barrels 50 00
Brewer of 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any peroon who bil flul to comply wltlt
I hi- liireoiiix riuireiueuui win us auujeu.
ftvrrr )Klriee ......
8ieoi.nt ptrert throughout the ITnlledl
Stiitcn ere remi n.letl Hint lliey mm' make p-plii-nnon
to the Ollff tor lor Deputy Collect
oi) of theit reopecihe ilUlricle end promt
tho proper i"Unp for Hi SpeehU-tnx Veer,
uoiniiienA'inK May 1) 18M, wlllrolU wmling for
lurther ponce. B. K. COATEs,
Collector Internal Revenue, lMh UiBtnct, 0.,
rorumouin, u.
H.C. Mai.it, Depnly Colfsotor, Jucksoor
C. II.. Ohio. Imy4
20, 000, 00O ACRES !
Cheap Karros
The cheapest I.nnd In market for sale by (he
UNION PACIFIC EAILEOAD CO.,
In the great Platte Tultey.
3,000,000 Acres in Central Nebraska
Now Tor sale In tracts of forty acres and up.
wnr.ls on live and ten years' credit at 6 per
cont. No advance intercut required.
Mild and henlthluUlimate, fertile soil, an
abundance of good water.
THK BEdl' MAIIKET IN THE WKST!
The great mining regions ol Wyoming, Color,
ado, Utah und Nevada, being supplied by the
fai inert m the Platte Vulle;-.
SOLDtr.Bli ENTITLED TO A IIOMfSTEAD Of ICO AtttK,
THE UEST LOCATIONS FOR COLOMES,
FflEB HOME3 K'tK AIM Millions of
acres of choice government land cpen for
entry umlnr the Homeidend l.niv, near this
great railroad, with good markets snd all the
convenience, of an old setib d country.
l-ree pasxes to pu reliance of railroad bind..
fctinniil map, shutting the land, nl-o new
edition nl'descriptive pamphlet with new map
mailed free everywhere. Address
u. r. im vis,
Land Cotnmimmttr, V P. U.v
OVAIM, Nehsaska.
Wholernle Agents fot Ohio and Indiana.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OEQANSe
X.SPAXG'S COXCEUT ORG S.
MEW.EHS S11PPLIEP AT MANUFAC-
Tl'REHS' I'lllC'E. Catalogues sent free.
J. K. IIAIttlS A CO.,('oliinil.iis,(nio.
USt the Kesiner 8,ish Lock Mid Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS!
No spring to break, no cutting cl tush; chenp,
luniijie, very canny applied; holds sat hat
any place desired, snd a self-fastener when
ihes.iHh Is down, rend stamn for t-irciilur.
'irculnr mid ix coppcrbrons'd locks snt to
iiy .vmr ui in v. N , posipmii, on receipt
ol 5lh'ts. r,jt.rii imliici mem-to the tmde.
Agents wanted. Address K lilSiNdKK SA-'K
I.Oi K CO., No 418 Market St. ilerrixburg,'
(A lixtttulithed IS:j.O I
"'WELCH & GRIFFITHS.
Miiuuiiu-tiirer ol haas,
5 RITPKRIOK 'I'M A LI, H IHF.IIR
, EVEKY MAW WAKlt AXTI.O.
rILtS. BELTING & MACHINERY
fflT-JilBbR.tl. IHsrOUNTS.i
' rrice ii is ana oin'iimrs tree.
CO
WELCH & GRIFFITHS,
nosion, mass, ana 1'eirolt, iillrb.
OMESriO';
Sii
IgfMl uniileit Menu lui ,'.'H.xn, miHICKS
UO.VIE.STIO" SEWING MACHINE CO, N Y
HOW TIS DONE, er tho f eret ont.
Mustsci e en't Whiskers in 42 dnvs. I nn
grest SECRET and 100 others. Gaml lets'
Trn-ks. Curdiolngv, Ventrilnnuiam. all in ih
'KIHIN A K "H. ok of Wonders." Mailed
foi 24 cents. Address I). 0. CUTLER, Car-
huge, Illinois.
MMCV'V'"', "Pid' with stenoll and key
ITIUitt I chec't outita. Catalogues snd
particulars FREE 8.
nanover bt , Boston.
,iKi,.rn riiBR O. M. HI.I.NCia, 11T
WORKING CLASSnlar.Zw.e'k
guaranteed. Respectable employment at
home, day or evening; nncapiul required;
full inMructlont nnu a yslusble pseknge ot
" 'nl ,r ny nitu Address with A cent
return stamo. M. YUUNd A i:o is r.n..j
9t N y. '
$5tO$20r,'r wanted! All
"""''"elasses of working people, ef
at work for us In iheir spare moments, era
-.iuci ungnroia, mage mote money
lite time, than sn vlhing else. Particulars free.
Address O. tSTlNsEN CO., Portland .Maine.
II
REWARD.
For any case of blind,
bleeding, itching or nlcer
ite piles, that DeKing'a
i II II M file Kemedy fails to cure.
J It la nrennrrl In .nr. Ik
piles end nothing else. Sold by all druggists.
r ftC'Ct 91.00
W.A. TOLLET,
8 M A ID 13 N LANE, IV.Y.
IMPORTER
AND DKALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolSjJtc.
Old Watch Catet aad old Gold and Silver
bought. ,
ORDERS SOLICITED.
21aprl873
Expbriencb will teach any man tliat
it is advantageous to patronize those
who advertiss in nevrgpnperr
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