THE VINTON RECORD.
T II U USD AY, J U Ji E 1 0, 1 8T3.
Ia soother column appears
tbe proceedings ot a railroad
meeting held at tbe Court
House last Saturday. It will
be seen by reference thereto
tbat work will commence near
McArtburby the 15tb day of
July upon certain conditions.
We regard the conditions nam
ed by tbe Board as reason
able, and no more than would
be expected after their experi
ence in Gallipolis. They do
not want to bring a large force
of workmen here, and then
have a delay and expense in
making collections as they
hare had below.
Now is our chance to get the
road. If we all pull together
it will come. Much will de
pend cn the activity ot the
committee in starting the work
and they earnestly request
stockholders to attend a meet
ing ou Saturday afternoon next
at tbe Court House.
It is idle lor us to talk of any
person taking this old roadbed
and building a road down here,
as we bear some. V rest. Green
of theC. & II. V. R.is spoken of
mostly in this connection. We
have talked with him on the
subject and could never get
him to express any such desire.
If we want help from any out
side source we must first help
ourselves, and that opportunity
is now presented. We have
reason to believe Logan is now
ready to help. More subscrip
tions can be obtained here, and
It we all go to work confidently
and energetically we will get
A number of our Republi
can exchanges object to the
President's appointment of
John A. Bingham to the Ja
panese mission because Bing
ham voted for the salary grab.
The stream will not rise high
er than its source. President
Grant is as much, if not more
responsible for the salary grab
than Bingham. The President
could have vetoed tbe whole
matter; Bingham had but one
Vote. In the main we approve
ol Gen. Grant's administration,
but when he approved the
back salary bill he made the
great mistake ot his life, and
it is nonsense to talk about
holding Congressmen responsi
ble for their part of thu trans
action, and at the same time
assume the entire innocence
of the President.
In Stark county, 140 iron
bridges have been erected,
costing from one hundred to
four thousand dollars each, and
several more are under con
tract. In length, they vary
irom twelve to seventy-five
feet, and tbe aggregate length
is about a mile and a half.
U aviso teen absent from borne, and
engaged in other matters, we had in
tended to ibt nothing about the Wil
son-Mackloy controversy this week,
but to make a general review of the
whole matter next week. As this
week's Standard calls upon as person'
ally to rise and saj that we never re
ceived money from Capt Wilson, we
arise. But as we said four week since
tbat we had as we have from every
Republican who has been a candidate
in this countv for the past biz rears.
except one or two who are still owing
us we respectfully decline. But such
money in every case was for extra
work .that we bad gone to for their
Lenefit,extra papers, band bills, ticknts,
circulars, etc., and not paid on an or
der to stand and deliver or we would
And now, Mr. Mr. Mackley, we will
tell you why we did not pitch into Capt
W, when you said that be bad stated
to you in effect that ho bad giyen mon
ey to all tbe papers of tbe distriot for
corrupt purposes, Because we thought
your story was a little play for just that
thing on oar part; that we did not be
lieve that be ever made the statement,
and your language is so constructed
thai mt the vivrtn iim. vnn imuM 1
-on. of it, on tbe plea that you did not
. hit in direct wnirls. whil vnn AiA
j ' v JU-
.jeave tbe impression, of corruption.
We will say further, that we consider
your insinuation that you could a
wondrous tale of corruption unfold re
fleeting upon your eotemporaries, is a
base slander. We know it is so far as
this- paper is concerned, and we invite
you to withdraw yonr charge or give
your proof to the public !
We attended the editorial
convention at Circleville last
week and had a very pleasant
time, meeting many editorial
friends. We went to Chilli
colhe, thence by coach up the
Scioto Valley, a ride of twenty
miles tbroufh a delightful
country. We passed Steeley
place, a farm of 3,300 acrea of
rich lands on the Pickaway
Plains, the owner of which,
Lemuel Steeley, has lately fail
ed through speculations in
stock and grain and endorsing
for friends. This farm is at
tracting considerable attention
at present as it is understood
that it will be cut up into
small farms and be sold to sat
isfy creditors. The crops were
looking splendid. Corn in the
valley is a little late, but vig
orous; and we never saw finer
wheat in our lives.
Arriving at Circleville, in
company with Fumy of the
Cincinnati Gazette; Curtis of
the Associate Press, and Mr.
Henry Boyer, of Circleville,we
attended a meeting ot a Far
mer's Club, eight miles south
west ot tho city, at the resi
dence of Newton Rector. We
arrived just in time to partake
ot a good substantial dinner,
after which the club proceeded
to discuss the subject of sheep
husbandry, the long and short
wool partisans advocating their
cause with lacts, figures and
theory. We are unable to say
which came out ahead, a3 we
are a little prejudiced in favor
oi long wool.
Returning to Circleville, we
found ourselves in time' for the
business meeting of the Con
vention, but we took no notes
and have not yet received the
official report. Perhaps the
only thing in which the public
would be interested was a res
olution ot respect to tbe mem
ory of Col. Bond of the Ga
zette, the first President of the
Union, who died last year.
We invited the Uuion to hold
its next meeting at McArthur,
but after laying the matter
over until next morning, the
three miles ol mud road to the
Station was too much for us to
defend successfully, and we
withdrew as gracefully as we
could under the circumstances,
and Cbillicothe was selected.
A banquet was given by the
citizens at the Pickaway House
in the evening, al which all the
good things ot the season were
served up, with short speeches
from gentlemen who indulge
in the art oratorical, and bright
smiles and music from the la
dies. On Friday we visited some
historical points ot interest,
sites of old Indian villages,
and the ''Logan elm,'' where it
had been said Logan, the In
dian chief, delivered his cele
brated speech; but where, as
W. Marshal Anderson explain
ed to us, Lord Duuroore met
Uol. Lewis' troops on their way
to destroy the Indian villages
near there, and turned them
back, having concluded a
treaty of peace with the Indi
ans. Near this elm stands, per
haps, the oldest house in Ohio,
a one story log house, built
and occupied formerly by
Moses Boggs, in 1798. It has
the appearance ot being used
at present as a corn crib, and
is yet a substantial building.
Returned to the city for
dinner from this trip, and all
was preparation for borne. We
took a seat behind Will Bond's
pomes, accompanied by that
gentleman and wife and Mr.
and Mrs. Alderman, of Marietta,
and went "whirling down the
valley" to Chillicothe. We
leave Bond and Alderman to
do up the sentimental for that
trip and conclude.
We had a very pleasant re
union throughout, and found
Circleville a live, hospitable
little city, priding itself on its
cleanly streets and alleys, a
healthy business and a rich ag
ricultural country backing it.
All they need to make them
selves supremely happy is a
railroad to McArthur.
Thx longest dav of the rear
will be tbe 21st of this moAth.
G. McA. & C. Railroad.
We see by. the Gallipolis
Journal, that the working force
on tbe Gallipolis, McArthur
& Columbus Riilroad, is being
increased and the work pressed
forward as if the Company
meant business. The Company
last week, paid into the Pro
bate Court about $3,400 lor
lands condemned for railroad
purposes and received the re
ceipt of. the Court therefor.
This ends the business with the
Company with the land holders.
We wish thsm great success,
and whenever they are ready
to forsake tbe positiou of the
dog in the manger, Logan and
its surrounding interests, will
be ready to leud a helping
band. If the managers of the
Company had shown any dis
position to receive any assist
ance from this locality, and
permitted the stock raised up
on this end of tho route, to
have been expended in build
ing the road from Logan to
ward Gallipolis, there would
have been money enough rais
ed here to have built the road
from here to McArthur at It ast;
and before next winter, McAr
thur might hrve been awaken
ed from its Rip-Van-Winkle
sleep by tbe whistle of the lo
comotive. Logan Republican.
Mr. Langley is here, we have
called his attention to the
above article, and he requests
us to say tbat he is ready to
pledge himself, as he Las ever
been, to receive the $50,000
which Logan has heretofore
proposed to subscribe, expend
it just at the point designated,
go to work at Logan as soon as
the first installment is paid in,
and assurance given that the
balance will be paid promptly
to mret the monthly dues ot
the hands; that if Logan will
stand by its own proposition
he will go to work within five
weeks and give them a com
pleted railroad quicker than
they can turn round. That's a
square answer to your propo
pition, gentlemen, and a chance
to get stock in a road that win
pay n better per centage than
any manufacturing business
now prosecuted in Logan. Fix
up your subscriptions papers
with conditons to suit your
selves, come down with the
stamps, and invite Mr. Langley
to commence work. Logan
needs the road. Is there
enough public spirit to make
a move in that direction?
The force at work on the
railroad this week has been
considerably increased. On
this end forty-six teams and
seventy men are employed.
On the Ingles contract about
the same force as last week.
Dyas & Watts are working
about eight teams.
At Hanger's there are thirty
men and eight teams.
Near the county line there are
twenty-five teams and thirty
All teams except those be
longing to the company are
working out stock for stock
holders, or working, in part,
The committee on Executive
Department in the Constitu
tional Convention has reported
through its chairman, Henry S.
Neal. The only change recom
ended is that the State elec
tions shall be held the first
Tuesday succeeding the first
Monday of November,instead of
the second Tuesday of October
as at present; that the Gener
al Assembly shall provide by
law for filhrg tbe vacancy upon
tbe death or disability of both
the Governor or Lieutenant
Governor. The committee has
acted sensibly and reported
Capt. Putnam, ol the Chilli
cothe Advertiser, has been
talked of as Democratic can
didate for Lieut. Governor, but
declines. That party can, and
no doubt will, do worse than
to take "Put."
The Hocking Sentinel goes
for the horny-handed Cary for
Democratic candidate for Gov
ernorin a bora.
A movement is on foot tJ
straighten tbe road to tho Station.
Chas. Bbrnett bought a new
Rooxer express at Chillicothe on
Tuesday,' which will be here in a
A doo belonging to Mr. Hal
bert was locked up in tbe room
during Mr. II. 's absence, nine
days, without food or water, and
came out none the worse for
his confinement, but wonder
fully glad to see hu master.
Mtatt of Ohlo,riHlon County
John P. Cot, Plaintiff,
William and Kachsl Lee, Defendanti.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat. An Order of Sale.
PURSUANT lo the commend of mi Order of
gale issued from the Court of Commas
Fleas of Vinton Count;, nd to mt directed
Bhenfl of .aid county, I will Oder for sale at
tho door ol tho Court Home, in the town o I
McArthur. Viuton Count. Onto, on
Saturday, the 19th Day of July, A. D.
at the hour of 1 o'clock , P. M. of Mid day, tho
following deacrihed landi and te'iemenls, alt
uate in Vinton oounty, Ohio, anil bounded
and described aa follow., to wit: Tho eolith
went quarter of the south.east quarter of aec
lion IS, township 10, of range 18, containing
forty and forty-eeren one hundretha (to 47-loii)
acre. Alao the aouth-west quarter of the
norttr-esat quarter and the north-weal quar.
ter of I lie eoiith-east quarter ol action 18,
township It), raniis 18, containing eifri,ty-oue
and flf een hundretha (1 16-lui) acrea. Alao
the ext half of the souihwet quarter ol ace.
tion 18, township lu, iif range 18, containing
eighty 8u acrea mora) orleaa.all of laid landa
be.ng in the Hutrict of landa subject to aaie at
Appraised at eighteen hundred ll&00 dol
lar! and must bring two-thirda of that aum
To heaold aa the property of William and
Rachel Lee, to aatisiy an order of salt, laaued
from the Court ol Common Hleaa in favor ol
John H. Ooe, and alao to aatiafy a judgment ta
favor of H. C, Ion en lor l-'W, and alio a iudg
ment in favor ot Wm Mark for 1206 which are
dx-Ured to be Lena.
TEKMS OK SALE: Caah in hand on the day
Of sale. UEOIOE KALER,
Bherilf Vlniou county.
Caua. H. Gaoavixoa, Attorney for Plaintifl.
June 10, A. 1. 1671. "
S. F, CRAMER,
HAM DEN. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
lli-ldlei, II a It en.
Whips, Spurt, Truce
Chains, names, and all
Oth er Articles of S addle'y.
My Inends and the pnollo generally are invit
edto rail and examine my stock and pi I -cea.
I make good hqne.-t work, use the
ket atock, ana (til at the try lowest prices.
and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warranted at Represented,
J. S- McCOMMON,
JEWJELEft ND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Shrecketogautt'i Old Stand,
HANUFACtCSER AND DEALER IN
Fino Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign Watches .
V. S.W. "
0. nu' Cbaina
Selb Thomai Clucki,
0 Id Sella
Finn and Studs
P aled Ware
M ABIE & TODD'S U1I PEXS
A FULL LINE of goods suitable for
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENTS
Goods made lo order and repairing done by
careful workmen.- No eitra charge for en.
grating gooda bought at this eatabliahmeot.
2 Jan 1873 ly
G. J. BHUNGHUEST,
and dealer ia all kinds of
carefully dona, and the amallest picturea
enlarged to any aiae, and
Finished in Oil,
er any other atyle tbat may be deatred, at tbe
Large aaa Saely aalshed Paetea-rmpka
eaa aw mule frees eld aad faaca, er
Pictures of all kinds framed' to
and all work Yamuted to air aaliataoUon.
$'Ufl.,B2f.',r dayl. Agentf wanted! Al
ayaUWlUciawea 0( working people, of
either ayx, ?' uag or old, make more money
at work for pa la their apere momenta, or all
be time, than aotlhingelee. Partiou lata free.
Address 0. bTUfcutt 00 Portlaod.Maine,
3 e h cjot
jh d s 3 WP
a w y qj
I B 3-8
M 5 O rf
1 8 SIS
HCQ oh P:
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
HAVING fitted up our machinery in first
claas atyle, we are prepared lo do
CAEDING, SPINNING 4 WEAVING
on short notice and in the moat workman
like manner. We have on hand and foraale
at our factory, a good supply of
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Puid for Wool
HOUSTON, DILLON 0,
Allensville, Vintu Co , 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
IN pursuance of an order ot the rrohale
Court of Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otter
lor sale at public auction, on the
5th DAY OF JULY. 1873,
at 2 o'clock, P. M-, at thn Court Uoubs at
the following deaonbed retl estate situate in
aaid oounty, fii.t
One piece or pairel of land, being part mid
dle nnrth-eaat quarter of aeciinn (hirt-lhi ee
(3:1) tuwni-hip eleven, (11) range aernleit.
(17) continuing aernly-aiz acrea more or leaa
ami apprniae-l at f i,2ifu.
And one other piece or parcel ot land, being
the north weH quartet ol the north-earl quar
ter ol aection number thirty-four, (SI) towu
nip eleven, (i 1) lange aeven teen, (17) except
ing two and a half acrea in the ouih.eaKl
corner; containing thirty-nine acrea more or
leas, and appraised at 1720.
TERMS OF SALE t
One-third In hand, one-third (n one year,
and one third in two years from the day oi
sale, with interact. I he payments to be se
cured by mortgage on the i.remiaea anM.
LEVI W YM AN,
Admlniatralor, with the will annexed, of
John Wyman, deceaaed,
A GREAT OFFER ISSEfSf
481 Mieadway, N. YM will clirpoaeol lut'
Pianos ana organs of Hrat cNsa makers, in
cuding Waters', at extremely low priuee for
cash, or part caah, and balance lo small
monthly pajmenta, New T-octare Drat cla
Pianos, all modern Improvement!, lor $276
ca-h. Organs S66, 176, 1 111); (-slop, f 12A, and
WATERS' CONCERTO PARLOR
an the mol btautiful in atyle and perfect In
tone ever made. The Concerto Slop lathe
best ever placed in any organ It ia produced
by a third ael of reeds pculiarly voiced, the
elieel of which is moat charming and soul
etirring, while it imitation ol the human
voice ia superb. Terma liberal, llluaiiated
catalogue mailed for one stamp. A liberal
diaconat to rninistera. churchea, hnn.lny
school, lodges, eto. AGKNTd WANTED.
Wholesale Agenta foi Ohio and Indiana.
SMITE'S AMZEIOAN ORGANS.
X.SFAXG'S COMEKT ORGANS.
IiEALERS SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC
TI BKK8' PRICES. Cataloguea sent free
J. K. HAKI8 A CO., Columbia, Onio.
S !w i ''- and local agents,
ZZ2l irr1 nr the Hart ram Hewiaa
Machine made at Ian
bury, (Jo in. Thealilleat,
lateat and eaaieat lock
atitcn, atraight needle
machine in the market
We jive het'er terma than
auy umer company Ad-
A . TAIIV A nAAin
Oea'l Aft, Daabwm Ceaa.
WALLACE & COMPANY'S
Na holling neceaaary. A cap oi deliciona
chocolate made with it In two minntea. No
waste. Packed in pound tare. Vanilla or
plain. One dos. in box. Unequaledaaacoo
fee tion for lunch, apread on crackers, with a
glass of milk at hand to drink. Formaking
sod water ayrup or flavoring ice cream it is
superior to any chocolate made; and for
cnnro'.aie cage, noining eiae win oe ueea
where thia has been tried. For sale by J. T.
WARKEN CO., Cin'.inoatf, O.
Steam Refined lubricating and machine oils:
Carbon and higii test burning oila. Shtpoed
to any pars ol tbe Unileo Ptatea in hall or
barrel packaiea: Quality ot oils superior to
any heretofore placed en the market. Bend
? our orders, or send for circular and price
iat. Lecal agenta wan'ed in every eonniv,
Eoon nay gvaranieen. annresa r.Aur.ljBHJB
UBRlPATINaOIL WORKS, Freedom, Bea
ver Co., Penn.
Write for a price list to J. H. JOHHS02T,
GREAT WESTERN GUN
TO Pmithdeld at . Piltaburgh. Pa;
Breech loading ehot gnna, t lo 3ii. Dot).
ble guns. t to f ISO. Bingle gnna, f 3 to 120.
Bide, 18 to $74. Revolvers. 14 In 12s. P s
lola, II tofS. Gun material, Bahing tackle,
Ao. Larf 'iinnimW is eWera er etetx. Army
gnna. revolvers, etc , bought or traded for.
Gooda sent by express C. O. D. to be axnt
laed belore paid for.
9ermannlt eureri hv adHrMain ttr W
CUVVOH, No. 47 W. Jeflereon el , Loai
UOUUOft, no. 7 w. Jetlereon at., Louisville,
a large list of ease eu red. Inclose sUm p,
Dr. G. L. GORSLENE,
All calls promptly attended to by day or
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
NOTICE ia hereby given that ai led propo
sala till he received at the
Vinton County, Ohio,
3 O'CLOCK P. IvI.,
Mondaj, the 23d Day of June, 1873,
for the building of
Two Open Bos Bridges
with atons abutments, at the following places,
One Across Cassill Itim,
in Knox lownahip, near the residence ot Wil
liam Stanley, and
One Across Flat Run,
near the residence ol Levi Rohlnett. Con
Irnctora to furniah all the materiala.
Plans and Specifications
arson rile for inspection at ire Auditor's Of
flee. All bidders (or contract or contracts srs
required to Ble with his bid or bids, a bond in
double the amour t of auch bid or bids, wl'h
good and reaponsible aurely or sureties, to
the acceptance of iho Cninmieaionera for the
faithtul completion of auch woik.
The CommitHionera, however, reaerve the
right to reject any or all bida.
By order of the Commiaalonera.
Auditor of Vinton County.
May 29,18-3. iw
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
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.
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
7 marl 87.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
T-iHE-'Chewers' Choice, is now taking the
. lend ol all other Brands. Bright in color,
pleasant in taste, tough and liwimir in chew,
this lobacco poaaeanea every quality to anil
chewers, and sella by the It). pound bucket
fully Ilk) cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps lens
quality. 100 buckets of thia celebrated brand
have been aold in Chillicothe alone within
the last two months, and trade still increaa.
nig. "Try It" SCHEFrER A KKAMKH
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agenta and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
S. T. BOCCESS,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all timea be found at hia office.
TF.fc.TH FX 'I H ACTED
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
aaleiv, by the usa uf
To sell our.new book, Dow ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A trne picture of scenes In the late civil war.
Bsad stamp for circular.
W. J. HOLLAND sV CO.,
BpringAeld, Mass., or Chicago, 111.
Dissolution of Copart-
NOTICE ia hereby given lhat Ihe copart
nerahin heretofore existing between N.
Uichmond and i. 8. Huhn. under the firm
name of Richmond A Huhn was dissolved no
the Ath day of May, 1873, by mutual rouaent.
All buainea. pertain! gto Ihe late Brm will
be settled by J.e. Huhn. who re main a at thn
old stand. All rsraons knowing themselves
Indebted to said Arm are hereby Dotilisd to
call npon him and settle their accounts. All
sccounls not settled on or before the 1st dav
July, 187V will be promptly put in the way of
The onderaigned would ask a cmtinnatioa
of that liberal patronage her. tofore given. 1
will sell low lor soak, hut I will keep no hooka.
Bo do not a.k for cass r. J. o. HCUN.
May 14, 1873. aw
FARM FOR SALE.
. at ratBE Jennings Farm,
I I nnai tnilA nArfh..Ml
ot Hamden, adiolning
' nirm of Hon. T. M. K.
oontaioing 110 sores, 130 acres in grass aud
balance in timber. A new two-wtory frame
hoax, barn, smoke- bouse and other neceasa
7' out-honaes are among the improvements,
he (arm lies well, is welL watered. IrAainm
and everything connected with it in good re
pair. For Airther information mqnireof
H. 8,11,001, ttamdes, Ohio,
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street.
ft now reclving tin largest and ano.t attract'
ive slock he baa avef opened.
Invited to his Superior AsoftmenC
New Fabrics tnd Beautiful Stylet
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
LACE SAQUES and LACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
LaceGooda and Embroideries
In new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICES. '
K. D, SMART.
THE PARLOR 'O.HPANION.-Ev.
eiy ia.iy wn. cue I Every man wants sea I
Sent on receiot of ten cents. Atdreaa Li Fi
HYDE k C0.1M fiuveulh Avenne. New York.
Imj l873 am
THE NEW ELAMTIO THISH. An
important iaventioa, li retains the rapture at
all timea. and under Ihe hardest ejterctaeor
aeverral rtrain. It la worn withoomlort, and
If kept on uiuhl and dav. rrlectaa uermanent
cure in a few weeks. Hold cheap, and aenl by
man vi rien m'ietieu, rin-uilirs nee, wnen or
ilered by letter sent to The Elnxtin Truas Co-,
No. UK) Hrnadwry. N. V. City. Nobody uses
melnl spring trussea; too painful; they Blip
oH too frequently. Imyam
FOIt AU, WHO ARB WILLING TO WORK
Any person, old or yoiniK, ol ellh'i sex,
can make Irom flu to $M per week, at home
or In connection with other hnainess. Want
ed by al . ri.ltnl.le lo either cily orcountiy,
and any senaon of the war. This ia a rare'
opportunity for I hone who are out ot work.
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No cnpilal being remiirei. Our
pamphlet, "How to Miike a Living," giving
fill inetructiono, sent on receipt of 1 cents.
Address, A. BURTON a CU.,Morns:nna,Wot
cheater Co., N. N. linjam
JOHN M GCEHNER,
Italian and Vermont Marbfa
SCOTCH GIIAME M0XL3IEMS
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second es Watet
I superintend all my owryork in fersoo.
I execute all the finer deaignx, nee Ihe bert
materinl, and can ml be undeiaold. Pi raos
wirhing any work in my line are invited to
examine work, stock and prices, belore mak-
1 pereonally .uiieiinlend the cnrefiil aetting
tipor atonia and monuments bouaht at mi
Hv buying at this shop yon will wire from II
to jo per cent, paid to egmls. !l4nhi73
8 M A1D12N L4IVE, ..Y.
Foreign and American
Old Watch Caeca and aid Cold aad SUtci'
The Best and Cheapest
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEPABED,
MANUFACTORY No. lit WEST 4th at,
WANTEIi, agenta and peddlsre for our
Press and Strainer- Presses and strains -isms,
tellies, herbs, vegetables, lard, tallow,'
meats, cheese, Ac. Over ao.mu aold in a
few localities. Bella quick. Every family '
vranta it. "ewing Machine and other eeteb.
liahed anenU are ftndins this very profitable.'
Circulars fiee. I.uilerteld and Dame, 101;
Waahineton erreet, Hn.ton. Mssa. Ima
Bent on receipC o lt6.et. Unique pnntinr..
and publishing. House, M Vtupj street. New;.
! imyata '
Tae BeeksHta 2i Paailly SevrtntT Ma.
chhte, aa 80 Dje TrUU many advantai?
ea over all. M.iiBlatmM .Hiu m. ...a
refunded!. 8en complete,with fiiM directions,
Beckwith Sewioj Machine Co., t6i Breadwsy,
N. Y. Imyam
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