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THE VINTON RECORD.
MoAKl'llUIt. OHIO,
THUUSDAY. MAY 159, 1873.
Ohio Valley Editorial Union.
Thn sixth annual meeting of the
Ohio Valley Kditurml Union will be
held in Circlefille, on Thursday, aud
Friduj, June lllth and 13th, 1873.
A full attendance ot the member of
the prea is desired, in order that the
meeting mj bo both pleaitnt and
WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't.
W. S. McCOLLISTER, Sec'y.
Republican State Convention.
The Republican State Con
vention which assembled at
Columbus lam week was a
large and enthusiastic meet
ing, every county being fully
represented.
Gov. Noye9 was renominat
ed by acclamation. lion. Al
phonso Hart was nominated
for Lieutenant Governor; for
Supreme Judge, short , term,
Judge White; full term, Wal
ter F. Stone; Treasurer, Isaac
Welch; Attorney General,
John Little; Comptroller, W.S.
Wilson; Member of Board of
Public Works, Philip Herzing.
THE PLATFORM.
First, reaffirming the previ
ously declared principles of
the party; second, declaring
confidence in the administra
tion of President Grant; third,
calls for a rigid economy in
the administration of the State
and the Nation, and the limita
tion of taxes to the impera
tive demands of good gov
ernment, and the mainten
ance of public credit; fourth,
claims the public lands for the
people; fifth, asks protection
for those engaged in mining
and other hazardous forms of
labor; sixth, that -the produc
ing, commercial, and industrial
interests of the country should
have the best and cheapest
mode ot transportation possi
ble, and while capital invested
In such means of transit,
whether by railroad or other
wise, should be permitted the
right of a reasonable remuner
ation, all abuses in their man
agement, aud excessive rates,
and oppressive discriminations
against localities, ; persons, or
interests, should be corrected
by law, and the people pro
tected irom eucb wrongs and
all improper and arbitrary use
of the growing power of rail
roads and ether corporations;
Bbventh, we heartily applaud
the active measures ot the late
Congress in lerreting out and
exposing corruption, and we
have seen with profound re
grer, in the development made
thereby, evidences of political
and official corruption and the
abuse of responsible positions
by men of all political parties
to lurther personal ends, and
we demand pure official con
duct and the punishment ol
unfaithful public men, who,
having betrayed the confi
dence freely extended to them,
shall not by any partisanship
of ours be shielded from the
disgrace of their acts; and we
denounce all Credit Mobilier
transactions, whatever be their
form; eighth, that when re
trenchment is required . to
lighten the burden of taxation,
and to continue the reduction
of the public debt, the increase
of salaries is unwise that we
condemn without reserve the
voting for or receiving the in
creased pay for; services al
ready rendered,' and we de
mand that the provisions of
the late act of Congress, by
which salaries -.were increased,
eliall be promptly and uncon
ditionally repealed; ninth, that
we cordially welcome to our
shores the oppressed of all
countries, and remembering
with pleasure that adopted fel-low-eitizens
have always prov
ed loyal to the flag of the Re
public, we favor such-modification
of the naturalization
laws as la materially shorten
the timeot probation before
voting.
Rev. John Dixom was nego
tiating for the purchase of the
stock and good will belonging
to the firm of Oilman, Ward
otitiev flTeiaeqto
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE HASTINGS PRESIDING
Lemuel tiutt and others
against Samuel Graves and
others. Sale of lands ou par
tition confirmed.
Joseph F. .and Rebecca
Dawk against Jacob 13. and
David tiawk and others. Suit
to correct a mistake in a deed;
defendant ordered to give cor
rected deed.
. E Filmore & Co., against
D. M. Jobe. Decree for $225,
and order for sale of mortgaged
premises.
J. M. Rumsey & Co, vs. John
. iicVey. Sale of land by
Sheriff confirmed.
Mary E. Webb vs. David W.
Martin. Bastardy.' Defend
ant plead guilty and ordered
to pay plaintifl $250.
Win. Mark vs. James Lock
ard. Suit for attorney fee.
Verdict for $129 86.
S. G. Griffin vs. Abraham Ar
ganbright. Decree for $S09 69,
and order for sale of mortgaged
premises.
Humphrey Clark vs. Nicho
las Pfiler. Sale of land by
Sheriff confirmed.
Richard Timms vs. Commis
sioners of Vinton County. Pro
ceedings of Commissioners
establishing road found to be
in manifest error, the same re
versed and set aside, and Com
missioners ordered to pay costs
We. Mapes vs. Win. Mark,
James Miller, and J. G. Swet
land. Judgment by default for
$386.25.'
The caso of the State of Ohio
agaiast Johu llendricks for
.rand larceny was tried twice,
l lie first jury failing to agree.and
the second finding a verdict of
guilty. On Monday morning
before final adjournment the
Court sentenced him to two
years' imprisonment in the
Penitentiary.
Edwin Quinn was sentenced
at the same time for cutting
John .Ilaverty. Considerable
sympathy is expressed for
Quinn by the public generally.
There is no reason to doubt
that he did the cutting, but he
and the whole party were on a
drunken spree, and the rest
were about as much to blame
as he was. The real crime was
the drunkenness the cutting
was the result. lie should be
punished, no doubt, but it
doesn't look like an equitable
distribution for him to get it
all and the rest go free.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Julia A. Bobo, executrix, to
E. D. Wolf, 62 acres, Elk town
ship, $3,100.
Sheriff Vinton County to W.
R. & John Madeira of 512
acres, Elk, $6,086.
James Mctfee to David Rid
dle, 20 acres, Eagle tp.,$160.
II. F. Austin to R. S. Wilcox,
i of iu lot 26 and 1-16 of an
acre, Iiamden, $700.
J. D. Murphy to Julia A.
Simmons, 3 acres, Swan, $150.
L. E. Simmons to J. D. Mur
phy, of 31 acres, Sw&n, $350
L. E. Simmons to J. D. Mur
phy, 4 of 80 acres, Swan tp ,
$150.
Elizabeth Brown to Barnet
Aiken, 78 acres Richland tp.,
$1,200.'
R. J. T. Brown to Benjamin"
Brown, 40 acres, Jackson tp,
$140. '
L S. Paine to Michael Ealb,
in-lots 115 and 116, Hamden,
$215.
J. P. Ohmer to Michasl Kalb,
1-5 of an acre, Clinton tp., $1.
Sheriff of Vinton County to
H. C. Jones & J. A. Felton, in
lot No. 5, Hamden, $751.
H. C. Jones & J. A. Felton to
R S. Wilcox, in-lot No. 5, Ham
den, $850.
Quarterly Meeting will be
held at the M. E. Church, in
this place, a week 'rom next
Saturday, being the 7th and 8th
of June.. Presiding Elder E. II.
Dickson, will be present and
officiate.
Ons of the jurymen on the
Plummer case requests us to
say that the jury stood seven
tor conviction of burglary, to
five for larceny, instead of nine
to three as at first reported.
Jacob Clkmknts and wife
GREAT STORM IN IOWA.
Loss of Life and Destruction of
Property.
I
The Tribune's special dis
patches from Washington,
Iowa, dated May 24th, give
full details of the terrible cy
clone, which swept over a por
tion of Washington and Keo
kuk counties on Thursday last.
In the line of the storm every
thing, except here and (here
a mile or two, over which the
whirlwind seems to have jump
ed, is desolate looking. Scarce
ly a house, barn, shed, or gran
ary is left. The exact start
ing point of (he storm is not
known, bill it is believed to
have been In Keokuk county,
probably a few miles west ol
Lancaster, which town, it is
said, is totally demolished.
A reporter of the Tribune
took a ride over the route of
the hurricane this morning,
and was astonished at the ruin
wrought in an hour or two.
The first firm visited was that
of John C. Cunningham, which
is about sAven miles northeast
of Washington. Neither the
house nor barn was visible.
fhey had been torn to pieces,
and only a few fragments re
mained, nearly all the timber
having been blown away.
Pieces of boards were sticking
out of the fields, some of them
imbedded in the ground two
feet, and so tightly that they
couldn't be pullod out. Dead
stock was visible everywhere
horses, covp, pigs, and chick
ens; here and there were pigs
impaled to. Ilia ground, whi!
frequently chickens were en
countered without feathers on
them. Three hunlred head of
stock were killed outright.
In the dwelling, when the tor
nado approached, were Mrs,
McCoy, daughter of Mr. Cun
ningham, Mrs. Carringe, and
two children of the former.
They went into the cellar for
shelter, but remainedvthere
only a short time, being lifted
up and carried some distance
and thrown to the ground
Mrs McCoy had her head cut
and was badly brusied. Mrs
Carringe was rendered insensi
ble, but was not seriously hurt.
The children were uninjured.
They were found lying in a
heap beside the cellar walls.
Eiist of Cunningham's, near
the Highland township line, is
the farm of Mr. Davidson. His
house and barn were destroyed
and himself killed. Hansel,
who was with him at the time,
was fatally injured and died on
Friday morning. All of the
latter's clothing was torn off
his body. North from Cun
ningham is the farm of John
Babcuck. His residence, barns,
out houses, and granaries were
demolished. His family were
fortunately absent, and he
himself escaped uninjured.
The apple orchard, one of the
finest in the country, is now
wi'hout trees. They were torn
up hy the roots and hurried
along. A grove ot honey lo
custs was also carried away.
Trees eighteen inches thick
were snapped as clay pipes can
be. Some of the stumps re
maining look as if r saw had
been used, so smooth and clear
was the break.
The next farm was that of Da
vid Caneer. Here was the same
desolation as at other places, only
leas building material was ob
servable. Of the houses, barns,
and sheds scarcely a vestige was
left. Mr. and Mrs. Caneer and
Alex. Gillison, a neighbor,, were
in the bouse, and sought shelter
in the cellar, and escaped with
slight injuries.' A- short dis
tance from Caneer's stood the
district school house, which shar
ea tne late ot an tbe others in
the path of the cyclone. Miss
Smith, the teacher, and twenty
pupils were in the school house,
when the storm, struck it and
carried it away, leaving them in
the roadway, with the exception
of a daughter of Henry Rttbmcl,
aged 11, who waf taken op by
the wind curied a quarter of a
mile, where her mangled and
nearly nude body was afterward
found. Miss Smith ani'six of
singular thing is that the mud
was blown so hard into the faces
of many of the children that it
can not be washed off. Some of
their faces look' as if they had
been tattooeuTwilh Indian ink or
powder.
Near the school-house stood
the dwelling :of Henry Walters.
It was blown to atoms, and Mrs.
Walters instantly killed. When
found she had. one of a pair of
twins in her arms. The little fel
low was bruised and cut, and died
tho following morning. The oth
er one escaped, so one can tell
how. Three other children of
Mrs. ffallerswere in the school
house, and were seriously (two it
it is thougbjatally) injured.
A quarter ff a mile south of
the school-house is tbe farm of
Alexander Gibson. None of the
buildings are standing His house
was the finest in that part of the
country,' and everything about
his placo was of the best. All
his orchards are valueless, his
farming implements are gone,
and his stock dead. Sixty fat
steers, some" of them weighing
1,400 pounds each, were carried
off by the wind, and carriod
twenty rods into a slough. None
of the occupants of the house,
seven in number were killed, but
several of them were seriously
injured.
The houses of Thomas Walters,
William Caldwell and George Gil
christ were all demolished. At
Walters' house Mrs. Walters,
the grandmother of the owner,
was fatally injured by a flying
board. A man named Baker was
driving a team of mules attache!
to a wagon alon a road, and nb
serving the cloud coming jumped
from his wagon aud took shelter
ulongside of a hedge fence. The
wind struck, both him and the
team with UH force, ami carried
man, mules and wagon into adja
cent fields. 'Buker says he went
like lightning for about a quarter
of a mile. ' ' .
' Thecycfbne cctine' within twen
ty feet of James K. Marbourg's
house, but it did no injury. His
corn crib and outhouses were de
molished,, tie wind passing be
tween the house and barn,
scarcely touching the latter.
There was little hail in Wash
ington, but: specimens were ex
hibited here which were brought
from beyond Keota and near
Lancaster. One piece weighed
seven ounce?) and was nine iu
ches in circumference. Several
pieces stilly larger than this aro
said to have been picked up.
Among the marvelous stories
related is one that a flock of
sheep, one hundred and fifty in
number, were grazing in a field
when the cyclone approached.
Instinctively the animals huddled
close together as if for mutual
protection. The storm swooped
down upon them, and bore them
into the air, where, as an eye
witness says, they looked like a
flock of immense birds whirling
around and around. They were
thus swept along a distance of
half a mile, when they struck the
earth. All but forty of them
wero mangled and torn actually
into fragments and scattered
along the )ath of the storm.
. At thejast examination of
teachers the following named
persons received certificates:
For 12 months Sarah M.
London and Mary E. Howe.
For (J months. Ann Dillon,
Julia Wells, Margaret E. Geer.
Rebecca Trimmer. Jennie Curry
and Anderson G. Ross.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
The McArlhur Court House
ring is trying to shun tbe re
sponsibility of contesting Mr.
Wells' election to the Consti
tutional. A Convention. They
never like to father their
meanness publicly, but the
people who elected Mr. Wells
are not so blind that the ring
will be able to deceive them.
Theirs ' has resigned the
Presidency of France and
Marshal. McMahon has been
elected his successor.
Half of the Modrcs have
surrendered to Gen. Davk
Capt. Jack and about thirty
1 i i r narUni
See time table for Baneit's
hack line, at head ot local
column. Arrangements have
been made to meet all trains
at McArlhur Station, and the
P., M. & Z. Accommodation at
Zileski on application.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Dr. G. I. GORSLENE,
PHYSICIAN
HAMDEN, OHIO.
All ulli promptly attsndsd to by day or
Bight. W'ny
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS,
NOTICE is hereof given ihatstsled propo-Mil
-Vill ba received at the
AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
M ' ATFI TJR
VlntotYCountv, Ohio,
Until
3 O'CLOCK X. 21.,
-ON
Monday, the 23d Day of June, 1873,
for the building of
Two O pen Box Bridges
with nielli abulmcotii, At ins M lowing places,
to wit;
One Across Cassill Uuii,
in Knox township, near the residence ol Wil
liam tjlanlev, ana
One Across Flat Run,
near the residence ol Levi Rohineit. Con
tractors to furnish all the materials.
Plans and Specifications
arc on Ale for Inspection at Ire Auditor's Of
fice. All bidders lor contract or contracts are
required to file with his bid or bids, a bond in
double the amour t of such hid or bids, wi'h
good and responsible surety or sureties, to
the sccentnnce of tho Commissioners for the
failhtiil completion of s'ich worn.
I ne uummisswners, nnwever, reserre tne
riftht to reject sny or all bids,
by order ol the f;oiiiinisluners.
W. W. BELFORP, .
Auditor of Vinton County.
May 29,1873. iw
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
kinds of .,.
FURNITURE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS llOKTOiV,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
McARTHUR, 0.
7rnnrlsT.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
"Chen-era' Choice, Is now taking the
. lead ol all other hranris. Bright in color,
pleasant in taale, tough and liwiinif in chew,
this tobacco possases every quality to suit
chewers, and sells by the lo pound bucket
fully loo cheaper per pound, than auy other
brand of the same grade and pernios less
quality. 1UO buckets of this celebrated hrsnd
have been sold In Chillicothe slone within
the last two month', and trade still increas.
tug. '-Try It" 8CH)FrlK k KRAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
22may 1871
S. T. BOCCESS,
KESlDJtiVr DLVIIST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can al all tiroes be found at his office.
TF.fciTH FXTRADTED.
Absolutely without pain, and perfect eaiety,
by the use of
LAUGHING GAS.
22may 1873.
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To (ell our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture of scenes In the late civil war.
Send stamp, for circular.
W. J. HOLLAXD dc CO.,
BprmgAeld. Mass , or Cnxsgo. III.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the copart
nership heretofore existing between N.
kichmond and J 8. Hnhn, under the firm
name of Kiclimond It Hnhn waa riissoltei 00
the 1th day or Msy, 1873, by mutual cousent
All business per mini (to 1 he late Arm will
be settled by J. a. Huhn. who remains at tho
old stand, All rerxona knowing themselves
indebted to said Arm are hereby notified to
call upon him and settle their accounts. All
soconnts not settled On or before the 1st 4
July, 1873 will be.promp.ly put in the way of
collection. ft. B1CHMO..U,
4.o. an an.
Th M ..k . m.II-
01 ua ii'wi.i pri)nis;e nerrioior given.
in ii ii. nm 111 r Mi,.niuq win rasa
JBfry Goods
MAY 8th, 1873. -
m
Paint and Second Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.,
I
9 now retiring th largest snd nost attract'
ive stock he baa ever openea.
Especial Attention
13
Invited to his Superior Asortment
OP
DRESS GOODS,
1 N
New Fabrlca and Beautiful Styles.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
13 OFFERED
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves
LACE SAQTJES and LACE POINTS
BIBBOITS.
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PARASOLSand COESETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
CARPKTING
In new Patterns
OlICIotbS.RugTaad Slatting
AT CINCINNATI PPICE3
It. B. SMART.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Mayo, DuIIadway & Mayo, IMuiutilTs,
npiinst
Abram Wilber, Defendant.-
IX vixtox rovjiTY rorRT or
COMMON 1'LEAN-OltDKIt Of BALK
PURSUANT to the cnmirmnd of an order ol
s.ile Iwiiied Irom the Tonrt of Common
I'lens of Tintnn County, snd to me directed
sa HheriPnr rnld t.'onnir, I rill offer for sale
In front nf Dm Court Mouse in the towu ol
MuiUUlitr,VlntuP Cotiniy, oh.io, ou
Monday, 16th day of June, 1873
at Hie hour of one o'clock, P.M. of said day
the following described lurid and tenements
to wit: Commencing al the north went u irnei,
ol the north ent one-hxlf of the north-east
quarter of section No. an, township No. 10,
of rnnge No. IT, thence running louih wnhin
two rod of .foxinh vVilher's House, them e east
to the MffrieHn A Cmcjnnnti Kauroad, thence
running north-easterly to the south went cor
ner ol Bridgi t White's lot, thence due north
to the section Ime.thence due we"tr to the place
of beginning, containing two arres, more or
ess, with nil of tie privileges and appurtt n
ances thereunto btdonglos, being ine same
property sold by Abram Wilber to Behnstinn
Uoets
Appmlocd at thirteeo hundrod (1,300) dol
lars and must h-tng two-thirds of that sum.
To be milil as the properly of Abram Wilber
to sufsl'y an order of sale, issued from the
Court ol Cummon Pleas in la. or of Mayo, Ijii
Ii ulvrny A .Mayo.
TERM OF BALE. Cash in hand on day of
sale.
GEOR KALI'R,
cheiitt Vinton bounty.
.?. M. MVfliM.iTBAT, Atl'y for pl'lff.
May 15, 1873. Syr
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
l. A. . ej,-lr: Ay .v. SV..
1 .. Vs-
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble.
AND
SCOTin gil moxlhexts
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second & Watei
Chillicotlie, Ohio.
I superintend all my own work in person,
I execute all the finer designs, use the best
material, and can not he undersold. Persons
wishing any work in my line are invited to
oxsmine work, stock and prices, before mak
ing contracts.
1 personally superintend the careful setting
up of sione and monuments bought at mj
establishment.
Rr buying at this shop yon will save from 15
to 20 per cent, paid to agmls. atapr73
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
I3 0SEOP
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WE8T 4th St.
qiisrpiNisrA.Ti.
I6may 1873
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
THE undersigned wishes to Inform his cus
tomers and the publio generally that he
has double he- amount of sweet pota
toes, in beds to sprout, to what he had ior
meriy put out and hopes to be able to furni.h
plants through the season to all that may fa
vor him with a call, lor Vi cts. per hundred.
Place of residence Ihi nnlea foiith of McAr
lhur. LEVI WTMAN.
16mayl873 4w
FAItM FOR ALEr
Amu Jr'HE Jennings Farm,
21" r"i:I 2 J 0De m,,e north -west
aqWsltjl frAof Hamden, adioiiing
m swfarm of Hon. T. M. Bay,
ciiuMining 180 acres, 130 acres in grass aud
balance in timber, A new two-story frame
hou-s, barn, smoke house and other necessa
ry ouUhousea are among the improvements.
1 he larm lies well, is well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re-
fair. Fur further infoxoisiioii inquire nf
isep. . . R. 3. WILCOX Hamdef), Ohio.
AK5TI every s here tn sell our new and
WASH ED to sell our new anw novel em.
nnnm n omati
ttUDl.D.iMuM
l ,t I
UNITED STATES
INTERNALREVENTJE.
NOTICE TO SPECIAL TAXPAYEBS
The law of liecimher II, m. require ev
ery person engaged in an) busineis,avocation.
or employment, abicb lenders him liable to a
SPECIAL
TAX,
to procure and place eon.picuonsly In hia SS
isuiisiiiucni or piece oi ousmeas,
ASTAMP,
denoting the psyment of said Special Tax be
lore coiiiinenoing business.
The taxes tmbiaced within the nrovisiona
ol the law above quoted srn the following,
Rectlflers . $200 00
Dealers, mail liquor 25 00
Dealers, wholesale liquor 100 00
Dealers In mult liquors, whole
sale 60 00
Dealers In malt liquors, retail. 20 00
Dealer in leal tobacco 25 00
Ketuil dealers in lenf tobneco. 500 00
and ou sales of over $1,000,
fifty cents for every dollar iu
excess of 91,000.
Dealers l'l manufactured to
buceo 5 00
Manufacturers ofitllls 50 10
and lor each still or worm
manufactured 20 00
Manufacturers of tobacco..... 10 CO
Manufacturers of cljrnrs 10 00
l'edillers of tobacco, first class,
(mure than 2 horses,) 60 00
Peddlers of tobacco, second
class, (2 horses) 25 00
Peddlers ot tobacco.thlrd class,
(1 horse) ... 15 00
Peddlers of tobneco. lourth
class, on foot or public con
veyance 10 00
lirewers of less thnnuOO barrels 50 00
Brewers ot 500 barrels or more 100 00
Any person who shs'l fail to comply with
the foregoing requirements will be subject to
severe penalties
Biieciul-tsx pnvers throughout the United
Stales are reminded that they mus make ap
plication tn the Collector (or Deputy Collect-,
or) of theii respective districts and procure,
the proper slump for the RpeciaMax Year,
commencing May I, 1117.1, without waning for
mriner nonce. n. r. t;i.M I r.,
Collector lute i mil Revenue, 11th District, O.,
Portsmouth, O.
H.C. Milled,, Deputy Collector, Jackson
C. II.. Ohio. lmjtw
20,000,000 ACRES !
Cheap Farms.
The cheapest I.nnd in msrket for sale by the
UNION PACIFIC EAILEOAD 00.,
in tne great eiatte valley.
3,000,000 Aores in Central Nebraska
Now for sale in tracts of forty acres and up.
wards mi lire and ten years' credit at 6 n-
cent. Ho advance interest required.
nnin ami neiiiiniui viimaie, lenile soil, sn
abundance of good wuter.
TUB H EM r MAHKKT IN THE WKRTt
The great mining regions ol Wyoming, Color.
;ido, Utah snd Nevada, being supplied by the
formers iu the flaite Valle;-.
JOLD1EH ENTITLED TO 1 IIOMrgTEAD CT ICO 11EE.
THE BEST LOCATIONS FOR COLOK1E9.
KtlEB HOMES Knit ALU Millions of
ic re of choice government lands rpen for
entry under the Homestead l.atv, near this
great railroail, with gnori markets and all the
convenience- or an old setihd country.
rree prices tn purchasers of railroad land.
Mectinnnl msns, showing I he land, al-o new
edition ofdcscnplivepsmphlatwith new map
niniicu iree every nere. auuress
O.K. IIAVIO,
... Lawi C'ommiMiossr, U P. f.,
''' Omaiu, Ntsaassa.
Wholesale Agents lot Ohio and Indinna.
3MITH'8 AMEEIOAN ORGANS.
X SIVAGS GDATEKT 0KGAS.
I'EtLEKS SITPPL'EH AT MAM'FAC
TT RE US' DtlCEH. Oitnlngues sent Ut
.1. K. HAHtIS A Ci.,i)oliinil.ns,Cnio.
UdEtho Kesinjsr S.oih Lock uid Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS !
Nosnrlngto breik, no cutting cl sjsh; rheap,
dimitile, vt rv ensilr annlieri: hnliia
anyplace di-sired, snd a self-fastener when
ijie sasn Is d"n. Ki nil slsmp for circnlsr.
Circular ami mi cnpnerlirnnsnd looks sent lr
.iuiin.es in uie u.s , poslpn.l on receipt
ol SUcle. '.iliersl iiuluci inent-to the tiaile.
Agents warned. Address KElglNi.bK SA II
l.l'l K ., No. 418 MnrketSt. Harri-bnrg.lH
rr ritiii.iisiicd is:io i
wWELCH.fc CRIFFITHS.
sw M'iiiiinirtiiierol "
Rt'PERIOIt Til A M. 01 II FUd
0 EVEIIY HAW W A It II A N T I'D.
r ILtS , HELTING & MACHINERY
rLlBERtL 1'lsi'OUNT.S
Wrrriue lil and oirculars free.
vtttst ri-rr o nnvTinvsini.
r lloston, Dines, and Detroit, Mich.
tg. ... niiKifil se,i iu, . .. .iu.i.r. .,i,Mre-S
'UOMESTICSEWINU MACHINE CO, N Y
HOW TIS DOME, or the Secret ont.-f
M iihIhci e sn Vt hiskeri. in 42 dnvs. I'nis
great KECKbTand Kin others. Oaml lets'
I'ncks, Cardtolngv, Tenlrilnnmsm, all in the
OHIi.INAI. "Il okefWondeis." Mailed
fo 25 cents. Address l. U. CUi'LER, Car
thsgc, Illinois.
AfXZyMaitT"tid, wltn "ocll "id key
IVIUnC I chec't omits. Cstaloguea snd
lull particulars FREE 8. M. Bpsscii, 117
117 Hanover Bt , Hoston.
WORKING CLASS msle SiiO a week
guaranteed. Respectable employ melt si
home . day or tvening; nacspiul required;
hill in'trncllons ami a valuable pscksge nt
goods sent Iree hy msil Addres with cent
return stamp, M. YOUNG CO., IS Cortland
Ht Nr.
$'5tnt20l'r H"1 wanted! AU
Jlouolasses of working people, of
either a x, V ungnrold, make moia money
at work for ns in their spsre moments, or sit
i he time, than snvthing elre. Psrtlcnlsrs free.
Ad.lrossO. 8TIN8EN CO., Portlaod.Maine.
REWARD.
For snv esse nt MtnA.
'deeding, itrhirg or ulcer
ne.i piles, mat Kebing a
iMIIM file Kemeny rails to cure.
1 w L IN nrenareH tn inr Ik.
piles snd nothirg else. Sold by all druggists.
Price $1.00.,
W.A.T0LLEY,
8 MAIDEN LiANE, IV. Y.
IMPORTER
AND DKALER IN
Foreign and Americaa
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Wot nli IVTat Aria 1 a
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc.
Old Watch Caaee and eldGeU u Silver
saiht, r
ORDERS SOLICITED;.
21aprl873
Expsriincb will teaort any man ttiat'
It i aJvantttgeong to patronite tbotft
u nnn
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