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THE VINTON RECORD.
McAKTU UK, Oil 10,
THURSDAY. JULY 3. 1 873.
Hon. S. H. Bundy for United
States Senator.
A private correspondent sug
gests that we run up the name
of Hon. U.S. Bundy for United
States Senator. No more pop
ular move could be inaugura
ted. lie has a wide acquaint
ance, no man is more highly
respected by the people, and
if it was assured that Mr. Bun
dy's friendb would present his
name for that office, it would
v add to thn strength of the Leg
islative ticket in every county
in this section of the State.
Railroad Matters.
In answer to an article which
we published two weeks since,
in which we said, on the au
thority of Sir. Langley, that he
is and ever was ready to re
ceive and expend $50,000,
which Logan proposed to sub
scribe, on the road between
Logan and McArihur, the Re
publican says:
'The above 'square answer'
is rather a lame affair;
there is a little too much
much braggadocio manifest
ed in the thing to build
railroads. As to Mr. Langley'e
ever being ready to receive
Logan's subscription, to ex
pendit, &c. It he will let his
mind run back n little he will
probably remember, when
Judge Case and Mr. n oust on
met him in McArthur, having
Btarted to go to Gallipolis to
make some arrangements for.
assisting in building the road.
The Judge representing the
Logan interest and Mr. Hous
ton the interests of Columbus.
In the interview there Mr.
Langley not only seemed in
clined to give no satisfaction
as to plans, progress &c, ot
the company, but told them
that the company had enough
subscribed to build the road.
Being bluffed in this way they
returned home, feeling that
though Logan may 'need the
road' she could probably get
along without it. J udge Case
assures us that notwitbstand
ing the former ineffectual at
tempt to aid the enterprise if
Jlr. Liangley, or any other per
son for the Company will come
up with the proposition so
trdggingly made in the above,
put into tangible shape, Logan
and Columbus will again move
in the matter, and doubts not
(hat the same amount hereto
fore proposed can be raised.
Logan has the stamps and is
billing to put them down, but
if you want the use of them,
you know where Logan is, and
she will welcome you, and
treat you with courtesy. We
have 'enough public spirit' for
anything that is right."
We know nothing of the in
terview above referred to, but
we are satisfied, there must
have been some misunder
standing of the objects of the
visitors, or they would have
been received with open arms.
If the Boesel law had stood we
have no doubt that sufficient
money was provided to com
plete the roadbed without any
aid from Logan, but even in
that case, we have never known
of any disposition to shut Lo
gan oat, and we hope the
Board of Directors will now
take prompt measure to es
pecially Invite them in.
Bis Davu Mackley is happy.
The meanest act of which a
man can be guilty has been
proven on him, and be rejoices
that he ean now slander bis
neighbors with impunity, as he
can not be damaged by any
thing they may say in return.
It is surely a kind providence
which thus, as we see, watches
over and consoles even so de
graded a being as the BigBIack
mailer of the Salt Creek Valley.
Lew. Creek, of the Hocking
Sentinel, is suspected to have
left, home with matrimonial de
signs, a young lady of Perry
county being the victim. And
(his after all the blowing he
has done about Logan's hand
some girls.
JtssB R. Uhant, father of the
President, died ot paralysis, at
his borne in Covington, Ky.,
last Sunday.
Tub Democrats of Wpyne
county have nominated Mr. E.
B. Eshelman lor the Lower
House of the Legislature.
Tab principal attractions at
the Chillicothe celebration are
orations by Senator Thurmtn
and Uon. Alphonso 11 art, and
a chorus of 1,600 school chil
dren. An effort is being made at
Columbus, in the Constitution
al Convention to make a new
county by taking townships
from Highland, Ross, Fayette
and Clinton, and making
Greenfield the county seat.
Since the Standard has gone
to the dogs for comparisons
and otherwise it reminds us
to say that the only thing that
now appears to worry Mackley,
is that when he offered himself
for sale, to wear Oapt. Wil
son's collar, etc., for $500 is
that Oapt. John told him he was
not in the dog trade, couldn't
buy, and didn't like the breed
no how.
Colonel Harlan, Special
Agent of the Tost office De
partment, arrested at Uayden
ville, a young man named E.
A. Hill, who is charged with
robbing the Postoffice of that
place of $19 in stamps. Hill
was brought before Commis
sioner Halliday, and commit
ted to jail in default of $500,
to answer for bis appearance
July 3.
A Columbts dispatch of June
27lh says:
Last evening Samuel Flem
ing, a railroad engineer; Jacob
Huston, a sporting man, and
David B. Webb, a passenger
agent in this city lor the B.
& O. R. R. lor the last five
years, hired a hack, bought a
great quantity ot . fire-works,
filled themselves pretty well
with lire-water, and proceeded
to celebrate. They drove out
of the city a number ot times
to fire off their fire-works, re
turning each time to lay in a
new stock and take more
drinks.
At last, when about six miles
Irom the city on the National
Road, they got uproarous, and
lighted a torch in the hack.
The fire-works began to ex
plode, and a terrible scene en
sued. The horses ran away,
with the rockets, bombs, &c,
bursting with heavy explosions
inside the tuck.
The hack was entirely de
stroyed, Huston badly injured,
and Webb dreadfully burned.
The men were brought to the
city. Webb has since died.
From Hamden.
From Hamden. HAMDEN, O., July 1, 1873.
Ed. Vision Record: Having
been prpsent at a surgical op
eration of vast importance, and
thinking it might be interest
ing to some of the many read
ers of your valuable paper, I
have concluded to give you a
brief sketch of it. The patien t,
Isaac Sowders' wife, had been
afflicted with necrosis of the
thigh-bone for thre9 years, and
bad lost, entirely, the use of the
limb. Dr. U. L Gorslene per
formed a very skillful opera
tion, removing decayed bone
and other offensive putrid mat
terwhich resulted in almost im
mediate relief to the patient.
I was informed yesterday
that she had recovered perfect
use of the limb. I write this
merely for the benefit of those
who may be, as she was, given
by as being in
S.
A hiavt raic storm passed
over McArthur on Sunday, do
ing some damage to wheat and
washing hillside fields of corn
badly.
Wool is selling at 40 cents.
Buyers and sellers are both a
little shy of the market.
D. BowxbsI Dotist, McAr?
thur,0.
THE LOVE-LIFE OF A DEACON.
How Wicked Fairies Moyed
His Heart to Destroy Sweet
Innocence.
Under the above head the
Cincinnati Chronicle relates
the following Vinton county
romance:
Once on a time not many
months ago, io one of the
counties of this good common
wealth, there lived a man who,
I in the exemplary ways of his
intercourse with friends, neigh
bors, and strangers, in the
broad charity of his heart and
his inflexible practice of the
golden rule, was idolized by
matrons, maids, and men.
To the young, whose inexpe
rienced years drew about them
the world's vices, and whose
daily walks were ever on the
verge of the quicksands of in
sidious pleasures, this good
man was a minister whose ad
vice, culled from an inexhaust
ible supply ot ancient proverbs,
and poiuted admonitions of
Holy Writ, always served to
sustain the weary in well doing
and restrain the teckless in
their evil deeds. In his com
munity he was an elaborate
figure-head among a hundred
excellent men. His virtues
were his greatest joy.
That such a man should es
cape the love ot the fairest of
the women would be impossi
ble; yet seemingly his heart
and mind were wrapped in the
brightest tissues of moral at
tributes, and it was not until
the sweet simplicity of the
pretty maid's budding inno
cence drew him into an intoxi
cating sentiment of selfish
love. She was an orphan, and
ielt ulone to battle ith life.
But her friends were many,
and when the good man of the
community evinced an inter
est in her welfare, which soon
became the gossip of the town,
garrulous housewives fed for a
month or more on the brilliant
prospects tbatsuddeuly opened
up fur the beauuiul orphan
girl.
There were envious women, it
is true, who, failing to blind
the good deacon with their
own attractions, foretold of
unhappy days for both, but
aside from these everybody
had something of pleasurable
interest In the love-life ot the
maid and deacon. Time pats-
ed, the courtship, some said,
should come to an end, and the
wedding; be celebrated with
sounds of merry rejoicing and
chimes of the village bells.
The deacon appeared to be in
no hurry, until one night, about
two weeks ago, he slipped the
town and came to Cincinnati
This proceeding in connec
tion with his love life was the
only feature in which he
evinced a hurried interest. His
neighbors missed him, and so
his beautiful affiance, but while
the former were willing to con
sole their disappointment in so
great goodness by slanderous
stories, the latter, who bore
the brunt of the deacon's de
moralized retreat, followed in
his footsteps with fixed deter
mination ot preventing a more
disastrous rout of her own
good position in life. She came
to Cincinnati also, and discov
ering the hiding place of her
lover, who was once the orna
ment of his people, had a war
rant for his arrest issued. A
deputy sheriff on Ziegler's
staff found the deacon, and
threatened him with jail and
bread and water if ha would
not at once consent to marry
the woman whose love could
atone tor all deceit.
The deacon, however, was
obdurate. He used some very
vigorous English in announc
ing his refusal, but when the
unmanageable deputy ordered
him to move on to the jail he
summitted. This was late at
night, but the business
being of an irresistible
pressure, it bid to be dispatch
ed without further delay. A
messenger brought out the
marriage license clerk, who
furnished the necessary papers.
Elder Stratton was then called
upon, who pronounced the
benediction to the marriage
vows of John Frank Higgins,
the good but sore oppressed dea
con, and Maria Alloway, the
beautiful maid, happy In her
victory over an obdurate man.
The next night Higginson
was wanted by bis wife, but be
came not. He bad a&ain ex
hibited a lively interest in his
love-life, and thought to make
a final dispostion of his wife by
a new departure. But Maria
loved him more than she could
tell, and again called her friend
the Deputy Sheriff, who caught
Higginson just as he was step
ping on a train at the Ohm and
Mississippi depot He said be
wanted to go West, but the
Sheriff said he should first bid
his wife good-by. To this ap
peal lrom the official, protest
was upeless, and Higginson re
turned, finally reeolved'fo'take i
his coupled condition at its
best.
Persons wishing to purcnase
organs can not do better than
to buy of D. II. Baldwin's en
terprising agent, J. S. Hulick,
who has the unrivalled "Estey
Organ." Call and see those sold
by him to T. Kinney, S. Notes
tine, Mr. Cornel), Miss Winkle
men, Zalcski; Mr. Sain, Mt.
Pleasant; T. B. Randall, New
Plymouth; S. P. Deever and E.
Wagner, biverly.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
thur, Ohio.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
OP THE CONDITION OF THE
Vinton County National Sank of
McArthur, 0.,
AT
MAHTriurj,
In the State of Ohio,
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
JUNE -U 1873.
UO01CM
Loans and dlJCOUnti.M....tUl,47n 8A
Overdraft! ...............-. .., Vtl 61
U. H Bonds to secure circulalioD....VO.O(JO uu
urmlure and 6xlures. 1, Ml
Cur mi! expenses. ............ ... 1,81 13
Premium paid 12,1U4 17
Due from Re 'renting ami
Reserve agents 115,339 48
Due Pin other Nst'l B'ks &)J so
luxe Banke nnd ban kern 3,M 80 28,876 68
Cah Items (ino'gttt imps) 05 38 -Rills
ol other Nal'l B'k 150 00
KrwMion.il Currency (in
eluding nickel) 142 91
Legal Tender notes 14,04 00
Coin h4mmi.mwh .27 00 14,400 20
f 290,049 04
1U1IMTIM
Capital stook paid in
...tioo.ono oo
Surplus IUD'I ...
l.ouv w
Miscounts n.t,..i B
Kxehange .. 17 44
In'erest ..M.3,M2 70 9,0.1'J CO
National Rank circulation outxland'g 90,000 00
Individual Deposits 118,704 67
Due to .National Banks l.Jll 78 90,U1S 34
209,049 04
STATE OF OHIO,
County or Vinton, as.:
I. James W. iielav. Cashier of the Vinton
County National Bunk nt McArthur. Ho sol.
ainly awear that the above statement n true
to tile best of mv knowledge and belief.
jAMtsw I'M. A y, la-nier.
Subscribed and sworn to heiore me this 7th
day of June, 1H73
juss.ru iALfcK, notary ruuiic.
Correct A Heat:
ANDREW WOLFE,-)
CHVKI.M BROWN, V Directors.
DAMKL WILL, j
3jul 1873 11
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
NOTICE Is hereby given that sealed propo
sals will be received at the Audilor'a OlhYe.
iu McArihur, Vinton couuly, Ohio, until 3
o'clock, P. M., on
MONDAY; JULY 28th, 1873,
. For the building of one
Covered Bridge with Stone Abutments
Across Middle Fork of Bait Creek, In Harri
on township, near the residence of Jonathan
Ray.
Plans and Specifications
are on file for inspection at the Auditor's of
flee. And the county Commissioners do
hereby invita
Proposals on any other Plan
i
Than thou en Me st 'lie Auditor's Office, at
tne option of bidders, but proposals on other
mans are required to tie accompanist witn
plans and specifications vetting forth the num
ber of spans, the length ot each, the nature,
quality and sise of the materials to be used in
tne ereetion of the same, tne strength of the
structure when completed, the aoperale co-t
of the baaesnd auperatructure and also wheth
er there is any patent light on the proposed
plan, and if toot what part, if not on the
whole. All propoaala mut be eccorr panted
with a bond, with at lean two good securities,
in double the amount ol auch bid.
The Commiaainneis r ess, ye the risht to re-
nerve any or all bida.
or order of the commissioners.
W. W. BELFORD,
Auditor Vinton County.
July 3, 1873. t
AGRICULTURAL.
THE members of the Vinton County Agri
cultural Society are requested to meet on
Saturday, 12th Day of July, 1873,
at 2 o'clock, P. M. at the Court House, in Me.
Arthur, and proceed to elect a Board of Pi
rectors and other officers for the ensuing year
bkn"ni uixsurt, rresident.
J. 8. Hon, Bea'y.
$72 00 EACH WEEK.
Agen's wanted everywhere Bitflneas strict
ly legitimate. Particulars free. Address J.
WORTH, 8t. Louis, Mo. 3ji Uy
WANTED.
We will give men and
women
Business that will Pay.
ftem H to 18 per Hey. ean be nnrsned In vonr
own neighborhood: it is a rare chanee lor
thosaout pi employment or having leisure
time, girl and boya frequently do as well as
men. rarucuiani iree.
J. LATRAM A CO..
3jul6w 102 Waahington St.. Boaton, Maes.
PHYSICIAN'S NOTICE.
PHYSICIAN'S NOTICE. G. L. GORSLENE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
HAMDEN, OHIO.
All calls promptly attended to by day or
ighl. Terms reasonable. 29my
THE VERY BEST PLAN
By which you can obtain life tnsnran is the
low premlumi all cash, stock plan. It furnish'
es the largest amount of insurance for a given
sum of money. The contract ii plain and
definite, without eomplica.ion, mystery or
uncertainty. The policy is always worth iu
face, the preminm never increase. It M the
most satisfactory and economical plan for the
insurant. The Travelers Insurance rmi,.
ny, of Hartford, Conn., grants life Insurance
npon this excellent plan. Iu eeurttv is nn
questioned. Apply to any agent, or send lor
a airaulsr.
$5tO$20r,'r dyl enu wanted! All
either 1. T ungnrold, mske mote money
at work (or ns In Iheir spare momenta. , all
the time, than anything else. Pertlcnlars free.
Address O. BT1NSON A CO.. Portland.Maine.
WORKING CUSS,S;.wlEk
guaranteed. Kepec table employment at
home, day or evenine; no canitsl required;
fUll Instrnetinna ana valuable naj-kxm
goods sent free by meil. Address with six
cent return stamp. '. rOl'NO . CO., 175 re
ara sump,ja. lUUKO. CO, ITStfreeowich
M.f V. I.
A BOH.V YOl'H HOMES with the new
MChroiiiit "AHe" and "Asleep." belli
like wildnre. 1 he pair sent lr 60 cents.
lame discount to agenta. Address W. F. Car
peoier. eoximro. Max.
It A Per Week lat'ASIl to ssents. F.v
4)4Uervlhing luruxhed and expenses paid.
n. m , ... m w. viieiiui W, 01 1 IT 11.
jntiri.
limit Rtipiilly with stencil snd key
ITIUnt I check nmhls. rala'oguea snd
full particular FREE
raiaioguea snd
S. M. Epsscia, 117
iiann lver et.. Boston
.We cure the habit per.
manently, cheap, quick,
niiiioui auneriog or in
onvenience. Ueerribe
yoitrcaae. A'ldrexnS. U
AK.MS1 KN;, M. l
EATERS
Berrien Spriug, Michigan
We will insert an adrertiement 01 one inch
space one mouth in 79 flrat-clnss Ohio
Papers for
Pnrlist nf papers in other Ftsles. addres
ue.u. r. KUWKLb A U1 41 Park Mow, fl.Y
SEND 23 CENTS Full THE
ADVERTISES GAZETTE
A book of 144 pages, show!.. a how, when snd
wherein advertise, and containing a list of
nesny -i,uuu newpnpera, witn mucn oinr in
formation of intereHt to advertlanra. Addreas
UEO. P. HOWELL ifc CO.. 4 1 Park How,
new lorn.
SHERIFFS SALE
State of Ohio, Vinton County
John P. Coe, Plaintilf,
AGAINST
William snd Kachel Lee, Defendants.
7;i Vinton County Court of Common
rieae. An Uraer oj bale.
T)UR9UA NT to the command of an Order of
1 Bala iHued from the Court nf Common
I'lena of Vinton County, and to me directed
as bhonllof said county. I will offer foi sale at
Ihecioiirol the Court House, in the town o I
McArthur, Viuton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 19th Day of July, A. D.
1873.
at the hour of I o'clock, P. M. of said dny, the
following ilescrmeil lands aim te'.ement, sit
uate in Vinton county, Ot.io, nnd bounded
and described na follows, to wil: The south
west quarter of the southi-enst quarter of sec
tion IS, to.vnhlp 10, of range II, contnimng
forty and forty-seven one humlreths (10 47-luu)
seres. Also the south-west quarter of the
north-east quarter and the north-west quar
ter of Iho soiith-oa.t quarter ot sei-tion 18,
township Hi, range 18. containing eig,.ty-nne
and (if een humlrelha (HI 15-leo) acres. Alio
the east half nf the south-wei-l quarter of sen.
tion IS, town.hip In, of range 18, containing
eijjh'y t8l,l acres more or less, all ofsaid lands
be. nn in the intrict of lauds subject to sale nt
Chillicothe, Ohio.
Appraised at eighteen hundred 118(I0 dot
lara and mut tiring two-lhirds of that sum
To he sold as the property ot Willmin and
Rachel l.ee, to satiny an order of sab, immed
from the Court ol Common I'leaa in favor ol
John P. Coe, and also to MUisfy a judgment in
favo,' of H. C. Jones lor J -"7, and hIpo a ni'lg
inent in favor ol Wm Murk lor tivi which ui e
dvhred to he I. ens.
TKIIMS UPbAI.K: Cash mhnndon the day
of sale. UKOK4JE K A I.Kit,
bheritt Vlniuii i.ounty.
Cass, n. RaosvtNoa, Attorney for I'liiintitl.
June 19, A. !. It7:l. o
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER ASD SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Slircckcngautkl's Old Stand,
CHHIICOTHE, OHIO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Firio Gold Jewelry.
Agents for
American and Foreign Watches .
Klgin Watches
V. S. W.
Howard "
Wsliliain "
8.llnslleld '
N Y.
Eu las
Kngliih
O. nn' Chains
Wilson
Orsra "
CUttlln
Mi Thomas Clucks,
WitenOorg "
Terry
0 Id Setts
I)inn,oiid "
Pearl "
Jet "
Gurnet "
Nrcklao'S "
Braceht'S '
Pins and Stuils
Cuff Dultons
Thimble.
Hair Jewelry
Ppectscle,
hilver Ware
P aled Ware
Fiue Cutlery
Agents for
SAME & TODD'S G: V) FEXS,
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BSIDAL c BIRTHDAY PEESENTS
Unods made to order and repairing done by
careful workmen. No extra charge for en
graving Bonds bought at this establishment.
2 jso 173 ly
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO,
PBOPEIETOBS.
HAVING fitted op our machinery in first
clna style, we are prepsred to do
OAEDING, SPIMING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most wornrrnn
like manner. We have on hanJ and for sale
at our factory, a good supulyof
WOO LEA GOODS,
Suoh as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Fnce in Cash,
Paid for Wool
H0U8T0N. DILLON 0,
5juu -AHensTille, Tintou 0 ., 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
IN pursuance of an order nf the rrohate
Court of Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otter
for sale at public auction, on the
5th DAY OF JULY. 1873,
at 2 o'clock, P. M., at the Court House at
M'ARTHUR
the following described real estate situate in
uu county, vis.:
One piece or oaicel of land.beine: nart mid
dle north-east quarter of section tliirtwhiee
(:) towni-hip eleven, (II) rsnge seventeen.
(!7 containing seventy-six acres more or lesa
and appraised at I'AxSO.
And one other piece or parcel ot land, being
the north weft quartet ollhe norlh-east quar
ter ot section number thirty-four, (31) town
ship eleven, (il) lange seven teen, (17) except
Ing two and a hair acres in the south. east
corner; containing thirty-nine acres more or
lesa, and ajipraised at (720.
TERMS OF SALE.!
One-third in hand, one'thirl io one year,
and one-third in two tears from the day of
sale, with interest. The payment to be se
cured by mortgage on the premises sold.
LKVI WVMtN
Administrator, with the will aunexej', of
John Wyman, deceased,
June (, U73.
Ii
S. F. CRAMER,
HAMDEN O.
MANOR 4CTUBEB AND DEALER IN
IlarneHS, Saddles,
UrldleB, llallers,
Whips, rpurs. Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Oth er Articles of S addle' y.
My friends and the pnolln generally are Invit
ed to call and examine my slock sad pu
ces. I make good hone-t work, use the
best stock, and sell at the very lowest prices.
REPAIRING
and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warrante as Eepresented,
C. J. BIIUNGHURST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer ia all kinds of
PICTURES,
ALBUMS
FRAMES,
riCTUKE-COliD,
aud
PICTURE-NAILS,
COPYING
carefully done, and the smallest il.'turts
eularged to any sizo, aud
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA INK,
or anyotherstjle that moy be desired, at the
LOWEST RATES.
Large and finely flulxhed Photographs
ean be mude from old aud 1'uded. or
scratched pictures.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
and all work warranted to give satisfaction.
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 Gases
alwaysonhand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS UORTOIV,
Corner of High and Loonst Streets,
McARTHUR, 0.
7mnrlST.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
TH E "Chewers' Choice, is now taking the
lead ol all other Hrands. Bright in color
pleasant in taste, tough and lasting in rhew'
this tobacco posHesxea everv aimliiv tn
ehewers, and sells by the IU-pound bucket
out "-- t.-iifi'fr per iu uu, mau any other
brand of the same tirade and i.erh.,,. i ......
quality, luo buckets of this celebrated hraml
iiiivt uri-u on,., ,,, liiiiiiM-uine atone within
the last Iwo month, ami trade still increan
lug. "Trvlt" SCHEKfElt A Itmu
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manuracturera'
agent and sell at lowtst Factory Prices.
S. T. BOCCESSa
It IDEM' DEMIST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all times be found at his office.
T F. h. T II V X I R A IT E D
Absolutely without pa'n. and with perfect
salsn, hy theusauf
LAUGHING GAS.
22may 1873.
1,0 00
AGENTS WANTED
To sell our.new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture of scenes In thelale civil war.
bend stamp. for circular.
W. JT. HOLLAND s CO..
Bpribgtield, Mass , or Ch.cago, III.
FAKiTI FOR SALE.
j. rpHE Jennings raim,
nn. mil nn.i k .
i "in . ii mrm ui non. 1. M. nay,
containing 180 seres, 1:10 acres in grass aud
balsnce in timber. A new two-ntory frame
huui-e, barn, smoke-house and other necessa
ry out-houaes are among the improvements.
1 he larm lies well, is well watered, fencing
snd everything connected with it in good re
fair. Kor further information mo'iirenf
2sep . 9. WILCOX Hamdea.Ohio.
Bvy Goods
MAY 8th, 1873.
ROBT.B.SMART
rami ctiiu wvvi m viw
DaInv AMal CAIAMrl Cf VflA
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.,
JLive stock he has ever opened.
iiiiw m t nv lii in rvrm inu niMkatincii
tspeciai Miceniion
IS
Iayited to hia Superior i:jrtment
OF
DRESS GOODS,
wm si a . . . s
New Fabrics and Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
IS OFFERED
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
LACE SAQUES and LACE FOISTS
BIBBQISTS.
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PARASOLS and CORSETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
CARPKTHSTG:
In new Patterns
Oil Clot !i3,RiiM and niattlas;
AT CINCINMATI PPICE3.
R. B. SMART.
TIIE PA It LOU oniMMON.-Rv.
eiy limy wsn.s cue I Every man wanta one I
t'ent on receiut of ten cents. Address L. K.
UYliE A CO. Hlj 8cveulh Avenue, New York.
I mn j 1873 am
lilt: NEW KLAsili; TKl'NH. Ah
(inuoriii.il inrntUm. Ii retains the rnplure at
all limes, and under the hardest exercise or
severest rtrnin. It is worn withnomlort, sni
if kept on niuht nnd day, t Heels a permanent
cure, in a few weeks, bold cheap, and sent hy
mail wien req'ie.ied. circulars hee, when or.
ilered bv letter sent to The Klustin Truxa Co.,
No. tlty Hrnsilury. N. V. City. Nobody usee
nielnl spriuu trusses; too painful; they .lip
oil too frequently. Iinyim
I?OR AU. WHO ARB WILLING TO WORK
Any person, old or young, ol elthi sex,
can make 1mm W to S's) per weeli, at hom
or in cnnucciion with other business. Want
ed hy si . Si.ltahle loj-nher city ornoiintiy,
and any senson of Hie year. This is a rare
opportunity for those who nre out ol work,
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No oipital being require., Our
pamphlet, "How to Make a Living," giving
fill inelructinn', sent nn receipt ofliicenis.
Address, A. HUH ro."4Cy.,Morrisiiinii,West
Chester Co., N. N. lmysm
john m7gcehner
WM.-JM
YH 'V. W's-Wh.-cy'
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marbfe
AM)
SCOTCH Gi..ME MOMIEHS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Ncutly and promptly executed.
Mulberry Et.,bet'n Second iWatet
Cliillicotlic, Ohio.
1 superintend all my own work in person.
I execute all I he finer designs, use I lie beet
mslHiinl, and can lot he iimleisold. P, rins
wishing any ork in my linn are innled to
ex in i ne work, stock nnd prices, belore niak-.
ing cnniriicis.
I personally suiieiinlend the cnreful selling;
up of slums and monuments bought at ins
etailishment.
H luiviiig at thi shop yon will save from 13
to 2o per cent, paid to sgi uls. 24api 73
W.A. TOLLEY,
8 H A IDEA LANE, N.Y.
IMPOtlTJKR
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolsEtc.
Old Watch Cases anil old Gold and SIlTcr
bought.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
24aprl87:t
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
li ONE OF
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIREP,
MANUFACTORY No. 110 WEST 4th st.
CINCINNATI.
Y7ANTEI, agents and peddlers for our
T Press and Htrainer Presses and alrain
lams, iellies. herhs, vegetables, lartf, tallQW,
few 1UM.IillM Kali, n.ii .1. ' 17 e : I
........ i.iun. hiiiiiiv
wanta iu "ewing Machine and ether estabt
iienei, nsenu. are nnning inis very prontariie.
Circular fiee. I.ittlelield and Dame, IW
vaninpton street, hoi-lon, Mass. Imw
ROM.TOW ri lUTlTlL.i,ir...
Sent on reeeiut ot 2.5 cts. Unique printing
ml niihli.h II .... ' . ' .
Tork. in,,..
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chine, 80 Uays Triiilt many advantag.
e over all. Hatieraelinn r 'a ran teed, or fit
lefunded. Renteomplere.with ftilt directions.
Heekwith Sewing Machine Co., sea Breadvtay,
K- Iayam
The R..kwlik son c . m-

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