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THE VINTON RECORD.
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THURSDAY. JULY 10, 1873.
Elder S. II. Bisoma.v, who is
well known in this place, pnjs
our county a well merited com
pliment, in a communication to
the Wilmington Journal. He ia
writing from Vinton county,
where be has been on a preach
ing tour. lie says:
"Although Aliensville is pro
verbial for rowdyism, wo had
crowded houses every evening
and goad order throughout, and
we hope to do much good. This
county is governed, at present,
entirely by a whisky ring, and at
the last court, a grand jury couM
not be empanneled that would
find an indictment against a
ingle liquor seller. Very differ
ent from neighbor Jackson,
whose jury indicted every seller
in the county, and whose Court
at its last term, assessed and col
lected $1,600 in fines."
True, that is a little rough on
Vinton county, but what could
be expected with a paper at the
county scat controlled by such a
man as Raper? Send on the
Elder Bingman should be
sure that he writes the truth
before he attempts to enlighten
the people of the Stale thro'
the columns of the press. Al
iensville is not "proverbial for
rowdyism," and will compare
favorably with any village cf
like size ia Jackson county.
Formerly it had a bad name,
but of late years there has been
a very perceptible Improve
ment. The officers of our Court
are George Kaler, Sheriff; S. li,
Winters, Deputy Sheriff; Geo.
W. Holland, Clerk; V. K. Hast
ings, Judge, all temperate
men, as Mr. Mackley knows, if
Mr. Bingham does not, and not
under obligations or the con
trol of a whisky or any other
ring. The Grand Jury at the
last term of court did find in
dictments against several
liquor dealers, and they are
now(under bond for their ap
pearance at the next term, the
cases having gone over for
want of time to try them. If
there is anything else in the
extract) from Mr. Bingman's
letter, it may be true.
We have no disposition to
pry into the vices of our neigh
bors, and hold up and extol our
virtues at their expense, but
from what we have seen we
are convinced that Vinton
county keeps pretty well along
with the average of the world,
especially that part of it situat
ed in Jackson county. We
know there are more whisky
shops within pistol shot of the
Standard office than can be
found in the whole township
in which Aliensville is situat
ed; and, unless we are mi sin
formed, Mr. Mackley spent a
part of Jus youth in dealing
out dog leg whisky at three
cents a drink. But whisky
statistics are nowise uncertain
now, and we blusb for the mor
als of Jackson county as we
publish the facts, which on ap
plication, the Collector has fur
nished. Here is what he says:
PORTSMOUTH, O, July 5, '73
retail liquor dealers in Jackson
Co, and thirty-two iu Vinton.
Jackson is a head of your coun
ty in this business.
B. F. COATS.
True, this is a little rough on
Jackson, but what could bo ex
pected with a paper at the
county seat controlled by the
JSalt Creek Blackmailer? By
all means let Jackson have a
fupply of missionaries.
Tee steamship City of Wash
ington, from Liverpool, June
24tb, via Quecnstown, for New
York, struck on Gull Rock Bar,
Port Lebear, 70 miles west of
Sambro, at 2 p m. Saturday in a
dense fog. All the passengers
and crew were landed safely.
The ship has about fifteen feet
f water in her bold, and is like
ly to become a total wrock.
The passengers, baggige and
f pare .stores were saved.
Gold discoveries are report
ed on the head waters of Big
Laramie River, in Wyoming
Uen. Urosvksor has been
nominated lor Representative
by acclamation by the Repub
licans of Athens county. The
nomination is equivalaut to an
election, and is a deserved
compliment to the General's
faithful, arduous labors in be-
hall of the Republican party.
He has the will and the ability
to make for Athens county a
most creditable and influential
The balance of the ticket is
Prosecuting Attorney, Chas.
Townsend; Auditor, A. W. S.
Minear; Treasurer, Win. S. Wil
son; Sheriff, Nehemiah Warren;
Commissioner, John F. Welch;
Recorder, Josiah B. Allen; In
firmary Director, W. S. Hyde;
Coroner, Esaias Dailey.'
A Chillicotue dispatch to
the Cincinnati Gazette of the
The receipts of the 4th of July
celebration were over $1,400,
which will be turned over to
the Monumental Association.
A man named Monroe, liv
ing in Huntington township,
this count , was killed by the
(ailing limb of a tree while
passing along a highway on
the road home, after the cele
bration of the Fourth. It was
during the terrible b'.orm Fri
day night last.
The Republicans of Jackson
county present a good strong
ticket this fall: Thos. J. Harri
son for Representative; Sam
uel P. Baldridge, Auditor;
Aaron Kirkendall, Treasurer;
Asa A. Farrar, Recorder; Sam
uel Gilliland, Commissioner.
They deserve to be elected and
will if the Republicans do not
suffer themselves to be defeated
by a .so called temperance
The Straiuvillo branch of the
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad is re
opened, and. is again ready for
business. This relieves all fear
of Columbus suffering for want
Some parties estimate the
damage to all kinds of property
in the Hocking Valley, during
the recent storms, at about $1,-
000.000- This is doubtless a
great exageration, but the very
estimate indicates the extent of
the injury. Grave fears are en
tertained for the Eafety of such
of the crops as were spared last
week. Big crowds of workmen
have been sent down the valley
to repair the Hocking Railroad.
The road is in excellent hands,
and everything will be pushed
with the greatest vigor and en
ergy. The Second Auditor of the
Treasury has just completed
the settlement of the account
of Jacob Thompson, Secretary,
of the Interior under Buchan
an's administration, and acting
at that time as Trustee of the
Indian Fund. It is shown that
there is a deficit of $821,000.
The statement is made that it
has not been possible to take
up these accounts until recent
ly, owing to the fact that all
previous accounts were re
quired to be settled before
reaching Mr. Thompson's exse.
The stocks ot the United
States and of certain States,
held in trust by the Secretary
of the Interior, amount to
about $5,000,000. The annual
interest, nearly 281,000, is
transferred or applied to the
benefit of Indian tribes own
ing the securities.
Gov. Davis, ot Texas, haa an
Interview with the Secretary
ot the Interior and the Com
missioner of Indian affairs in
relation to the release of Sa
tanta and Big Tree, whom he
holds in the Texas Penitentiary.
Without coming to any con
clusion, the whole matter was
poeiponed for a further conler
ence in August, to take place
in Texan, between the Indians,
Gov. Davis, aud the Commis
sioner ot Indian aff.iirs.
Judoe Greene, of Columbus,
has decided that that portion
of the Sunday law which closes
houses where Ohio wine, beer,
&c, is sold, to be void.
Entering Coal Lands.
The Commissioner ot the
General Land Office has just
issued regulations, under the
act providing for the sale of
Uuiled States lauds containing
coal, approved March 3 last, aa
follows: Any individual twenty
one years ot age and a citizen
of the United States, or who
has declared his intentions to
become such, may enter by le
gal subdivisions, any area not
exceeding 1C0 acres. Any as
sociation of not less than lour
persons who shall have expend
ed not less than $5,000 in work
ing and improving any coal
mine or mines may enter not
exceeding 640 acres. The price
per acre is 10 where the land
is situated more than fifteen
miles from any completed rail
road, and 20 per acre where
the land is within fifteen miles
of such road. In conflicts when
improvements, &c, have been
commenced subsequent to
March 3 last, or shall be here
after commenced, priority ol
possession shall govern the
award when the law has been
fully complied with by each
party. A mere possession, how
ever, without batisfactory im
provements, will not 6ecure
the contract to the first occu
pant when a subsequent claim
ant 6hows his full compliance
with the law.
At Greensburs, Indiana, July
4th, Wni, Aderholder shot and
killed George Leisure. The
parties were brothers-in-law,
and a feud has existed between
them for several years. They
were both out squirrel hunting,
and met in tbu woods, and the
quarrel bemg renewed, Leis
ure drew a knife, when Ader
holder fired, killing Leisure in
stantly. He then surrendered
himself to the officers on li i s
way to town, stopping to ask a
man to see that Leisure's re
mains were promptly taken
The recent disastrous rain
6torms which have so generally
prevailed In the West have
done very considerable dam
age to a portion of the public
works in Ohio. The Miami &
Erie Uanal, so far as is known,
has escaped, and navigation is
uninterrupted. The Ilocking
Canal is badly damaged, and
navigation will be suspended
for a number of days. A por
tion of the dam at Lockville, on
the other canal, southeast of
Columbus has been washed out.
Small breaks on the Ohio Can
al, between Columbus and Cir
cleville, are reported. The ex
lent of the damage is not yet
fully known, but is believed
will involve a loss of nearly
$50,000. A large lorce of men
will be at once put to work,
and navigation opened at the
earliest possible day.
A priest named O'Keefe, at
Callen, Ireland, brought suit
against the Cardinal Cullen for
suspending him from the 6a
cred office. The result of the
trial sustained the priest.
Frank II. Walworth, who
shot his father, and who has
been convicted ot murder in
the second degree, was sen
tenced to imprisonment for
Two gentlemen, two ladies,
and a boy were sailing in a
boat at Chippewa, July 5th,
got into the rapids, and were
earned over NiagaraFalls. The
parties were not known. Some
pieces of the boat have been
found. . .
About 9 o'clock last Monday
night a patent gas machine at
the Danforth Locomotive
Works, Patterson, N. J., was
exploded by a watchman ap
proaching too near it with his
lantern. Two watchmen were
xeriously, and one dangerous
ly, burned. The damage to
the building is trifling.
Christine Dawson, a widow
on Friend street, Columbus,
has been beaten out of 300 by
two smooth tongued sharpers,
who left her a wuit'iless watch
for her money.
Da. Bowers, Dentist, Mc Ar
thur, Ohio. -
A dispatch Irom Stauley's
Yellowstone expedition, dated
aCamp, Seventy Miles West of
Bismarck, Dakota," June 30th,
states that the health of the
whole command was good
The Indians were offering no
serious resistance to the loca
tion of the railroad through
their hunting grounds. Abund
ant coal of good quality was
lound twenty seven miles west
of the Missouri River on the
surveyed line ot the road, and
the country thus far traveled
by the expeditionary force is
an excellent one, well grassed
Of latest, most fashionable aud elegant stylet,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
I make it a point to do all my work of the
beet muterinl, and eland wood 10 none la
l unlily of finish or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no nppieutice
boya abeut my establishment, and I ran not
tail to please any person who wants the brat
turnout made in the country. I refer with
pride to my omtomers throughout 8outhe.rn
Ohio ae to the character of woik coming
Irom my factory, and guarantee all my eua
tomers perfect autiatietion.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Ilcpalrlngr, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a atock of
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses.
left with me for sale, repaired and almost as
good aa new, some of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
A Una lot of
PLAIN & FATICY STATIONERY,
Also a full line of pure
fresh Drugs, Medi
ery, JSoaps, Toilet Ar
ticles, Notions, Jewelry, etc.
A large Lot of Notions at
very low Prices.
North Sida Main St. two Soars
West of Market,
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. W. at the Court Fouae, in Mc,
Arthur, and proceed to elect a Hoard of Pi
rectors and other nnVera for the ensuing year'
BEN' INI HIXJON, President.
J. S. Hubm, Hej'y.
We will give men and
Business, that will Pay,
from 14 to 18 per day, can be pursued In your
own neighborhood;, it is s rare chance tor
those out ol employment or having leisure
time, girls and boys frequently do aa well as
men. rarticuiara tree.
J. LATHAM 4 CO.,
3ul6w 292 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
PHYSICIAN'S NOTICE. G. L. GORSLENE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
All calla promptly attended to by day or
oigni. t erms reasonable. zamy
THE VERY BEST PLAN
By wliich you can obtain life mauran n is the
low premium, all cash, stock plan. It furnish
es the largest amount of insurance for a given
sum of money, the contract is plain and
definite, without complica.ion, mystery or
uncertainty. The policy la always worth Its
face, the premium ne.er increase". It 1 1 the
most a tii.f.ictorv and economicel plan for the
innirant 'I he Travelers li "nrrnce ('i mpe
n y, of Hnrlfurd, Conn., gianta life insurance
np"n this excelleut plnn. It ecuritv t nti
i ue-tinned. Apply to any agent, or send lor
ntOfV ' "to.1 Agents wanted! All
J10U,.H 0f wnrkiita fswfde, of
eiihei a x, v ungorold, make moip money
at work tor us in their spare uiMI.WtsWir all
the time, than ant thing else. Psilictil'irs free.
Address (i M I.n'miN :U lymbtail, Maine.
WORKING CLASS XttZ&:&
guaranteed. Kespeciuiil emplnpWAntiat,
home, day or evening; no i-anitnl required;
full instruction and valuehln packag. i
goods sent free hy mail Add rem with six
cent return sump. 4. IMUNQ A CO., 175 re,
turn sump, U. KuUflO A CO., 17l(jreeuwich
A OH. YOI H IIOHKMwith the new
A Uhromo '(," ami Asleep." Pells
like wildnre. The pair sent fcir 60 rente. A
lane diwount to aenia. Address W. F. Car
enler. roiboro, Mass.
f Per Week la CASH to agents. Kv.
4TJf rjlhiuK lur-nsbed anl uiirntet paid.
a i!,ii;i.Tirp pi, ft.. .!... li...,.
u .... wv., iu w, IU 11- 11.
If miri Jfif. BavUla with etenoiland ke
lYlUflC T cheek muni. Catalogues ami
inn particulars mac, a. a. Spinets, 1)7
U sooner tt.. boston.
We cure the habit per.
manenlly. cheap, quick.
Million! suffering or in.
your cane. AddressS. u
aiiwiunKi; m it
We will insert an advertisement 01 one Inch
space one mouth ia 75 Bret-clou Ohio
$5 8. .
For list of papers in other Fteles. address
GEO. P. ROWELL4C'.,4lPark Kow, N.Y.
SEND 23 CENTS FOR THE
A book of H4 pages, ahowL.g how, when and
whereto advertise, and containing list nf
nearly s.uuu newpapers, wnn mnrn oin.ir in
formation ot intprext to advertisers. Address
GEO. P. ltOWLLI. dcC O.,41 Park How,
State of Ohio, Vinton County
John P. Coe, Plaintiff,
William and Kachel Lee, Defendants.
In Vinton Counly Court of Common
Pleas. An Order of Sale.
PURSCA NT to the command of an Order of
ijiile issued from the Court nf Common
I'leas of Vinton County, and to me directed
aa bhcrirl of mud county, I will otter fot mile at
thedoorol theUourt House, in the town ol
McArthur, Viuton County, Ohio, ou
Saturday, the 19 th Day of July, A. T.
at the hour ofl o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and le' enients, sit
uate in Vinton county, Ui.io, and bouuded
and described as follows, to wil; The south
went quarter of Hie southi-enst quarter of sec
tion 18, lonhlp 10, of range 18, containing
forty and forty seven one huidretha4U47-li)
acres. Also the south-west quarter of the
north-east quarter and the north-west quar
ter of the suulheaat qtiniter ot section 18,
township ID, rouge 18, containing eignty-ona
nnd Hf een hundrelha (81 lS-ltsi) acres. Also
the east hlf of the south-west quarter ol set;,
tion 18, township U, of range 18, containing
eighty 8o acres more or less, nil of said lands
be.ng in the district of lunds subject to sale at
Appraised at eighteen hundred p8n0 dol
lara and must bring, two-thirds of that sum
To tie sold ns the property of William and
Kai-hel Lee, to satisfy an order of sale, issued
from the Court ol I omiiion I' lens n; favor ol
John I'. Coe, and also to satisfy n judgment in
favor of H. C.-lonea lor S47, and also a mdg
ment in favor ol Win Mark lor $2ui which are
U?chtred to be I. ens.
TEUJIS OFbALK: Canh in hand on the day
Of sale. UKOIMJE li A I.Kit,
Mit-nll V iniuii i.ouiity.
Cuas. n. Obosvenob, Attorney for I'liiintitl.
June 10, A. U. 187:1. 6w
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH.
Oppoaito tlio Emmitt IIuuso,
ShrccUengausl's Old Stautl,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Fino Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign Watches.
V. s. w. '
N V. "
ti tits' Chains
(teth Thomas Clucks,
O Id Setts
I), acla s '
Pins and Studs
P aled Wars
J1ABIE & TODD'S CCLD i1ES.
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENTS
Goods made to order alvI repairing done by
p reful workmen. No eAtra charge lor en
grnyirK unnd bought at this eatu blilimt;iH.
z jsq ia a ly
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
AVINO fitted up our machinery in first
cliu-s style, we are prepared to do
0AEDIHG, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most workman
like manner. We have on han l and for sale
at our factory, a good supply of
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
raia ior wool.
HOUSTON. DILLON O,
Sjun Aliensville, Vintou O O.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
IN pursuance of an order of the Frohate
Court of Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otter
lor sale at puouc auction, on me
5th DAY OF JULY, 1873,
at o'clock, P. M., at the Court Bouse at
the following described roil estate situate in
i-aid count, via.:
one piece or parcel of land, Iteing part mid
die norih-ennt quarter of secnon thirt-tlnee
(:i:l) township eleven. (Ill rai.ge seventeen.
(17) containing setenly-pix acrea ni"re or less
and appraised at ti.tii".
And one other nic e or parcel ol land, being
lh. mm h ael qiiHitri of Ihe north east quar
ter ot -ecimn nuniiier iiiiriy-ionr, I J I inwn
snip elenen, ( 1) iarig seven leen, (17)e eepi
log two ami a nail acre in tne t
corner, containing thu tv nine acn . i or
less, and appraised at 70.
TERMS OF SALE.
line third in hand, one'thir 1 In one Tear,
and on. third in two jeara from the day ol
w,e, wttn tnit-iesu me paymenis to r ae1
cured ey niortgaue on me .reiiiiea soi i.
LKVI y MAN,
Administrator, with the will annexed, of
John Wyniau, deceased,
.June 6, n.
S. F CRAMER,
II AM DEN" O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IS
lirldleN, II a It or i,
Uh I pit, frpurn, Truce
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlcy.
Mv inend. and the Dunlin irenerally art Invit-
..I In oull and feSHlnltie tllV slock and mi
ce. make good honest work, use the
best stock, and sell at the very lowest prices.
and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warrante as Represented.
C. J. BILLINGHUHST,
and dealer iu all kinds of
careful, done, and the smallest tl.-turi
enlarged to any use, and
Finished in Oil,
or any other style that may be desired, at the
Large anil finely finished rholograpbs
ran be .nude from old aud luded or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
and all work xnrrauted to give satisfaction.
i umy ibj
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
CC3 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.
P UIN 11 OK TO A,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
7 marl 07.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rM!E''Chewer' Choice, ia now taking the
I lead ol all other Krands. Kright in color.
pleasant In taste, tough and lasting iu chew,
11,18 ."''.'-' J '''' ''' ' "el, tuii,y w suit
chewera, nnd sella hy the in. pound bucket
fully luc cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of Ihe same grade, and perhips less
quality. 1UO buckets of this celebrated brand
have been sold in Chillicothe alone within
the last two months, and trada still increaa.
lug. -Try If bCU.KfEK A KKAMtCK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
S. T. BOCCESS,
KESIDU Vr DUN 1 1ST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all times be found at his office.
TF.fc.TH FX 'I It AOTED
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
saieiv, oy me usa ui
To sell our.new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture nf wenea in thelate civil war.
Bend sump for circular.
W. J. HOLLAND dc CO..
Bprn.gHeld, tints , or l:ti cagn, III.
I'M. I HI for vm;.
'I Jennings r,
pistil T'jys 1 one mile north .
JJ Pjimnt HHnvlen, adini
'HE Jennings Patm,
L. farm-of Hon T M Hsv.
containing Ian acres, lull aer.-s in grajM aud
balance in timber. A pew Iwo-atory frame
nou-e, imm. smoke house and other neoesaa
rv nut'hnitMta are among ihe imnrovemenla.
1 lie "arm Ilea well, is well watered, fencing
and everything connected with it in good re-
fair, for further information ino'iireof
2sep B. 8. WILCOX Ham dea, Ohio.
MAY 8th, 1873.
Paint and Second Street,
4 now reviving th largest and most altraol
tie stock he has ever opened.
Invited to his Superior (Assortment
New Fabrics end Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves.
LACE SAQUES and LACE FOISTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLCYES
LaceGoods and Embroideries
In new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICE8.
B. B. DHABI.
THE PARLOR OUPAXIOX.-Ev-
eiv lniy whiimi cue I Every man wants one f
t-ent on receipt of ten cents. Address L. K.
U 1 Ut, UU. iu& Neveulh Avenue, ew York.
1 may 11)73 am
THE NEW EI.AKTI4) TKINM. a'
imporiaM nwraiua. It retains the rupture at
all tunes, and under the hardest exercise or
severest rtrain. It is worn wtihnoinlort, and
if kept on nijiht and dav. fleets a permanent
cure in a few weeks, bold cheap, and sent by
mail wren reo'iented. cin-uliira bee. when or.
ilered bv letter sent to The Elastin Truss Or..
No. USJ Rroadwrv. N. Y. Citv. Nobndv usea
metal spring trusses: too iminful; lliev .no
oil too frequently. Imysm
I,"OB ALT WHO ARK WILLING TO WORK
Any person, old or voiinii. ol ellh-i sex.
can make from Sin to $."o per week, at home
or in connection wiiii other ousiness. Want
ed liy al . Pi.llaMe to either ciiv nroounlir.
atidnny season of the war. This is a rare
opportunity ter those who are out ol work,
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No cipitiil being require,. Our
amphlet, "How tu Make a Living," giving
ill inMruc tion. sent on recemt of 1 cents.
Aililrens, HL'HTUN A CO.. Morrisons. W e-l.
Chester Co., N. N. Imjani
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
-is. i- . mi
Italian and Vermont Marble
SOT GHAMTE M0M3IEXTS
ALL KINDS OF
Neatly aud promptly executed.
Mulberry St., let'n Second & Water
1 minpniitpnrl nil niv nun witrr In narann
! rxprhteHll Hip finrr i.pmon. u.m th l.t
ex niinc.wi.rk, utnek ami (ritef, Lclore rimk
ttthllllf unV Unrlf III nt Ima hp Itivtluil in
I 0onnllr Miii?ifmnH the run Ail setting
UP of Altnin Hitti liiiinuniMiilrf Liiiiuht ml tu
H llllVllli at Ihtsl llrnn Vaii evill bsa fmm lft
to 2" percent, jmid tu HiCftiU. V4hjh73
8 MAlDUft MINE, !.Y.
Foreign and American
Old Watch Caaea and old Cold and Silver
The Best and Cheapest
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS EEP AIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. ll WE8T 4th, si.
Y7TKI, agents and peddlers Sir onr
Press apd "trainer preseea and strsina
lams, tellies, herbs. veiietnUes, rd, tallow.
msta, cheese, Ovr en.issi aod is a
few looililie Hells quick. Every (amity
wants It. ewing Machine and other elsb-
b-hed a itent' are frnding this eery prontabl.
Circular fiee. I.ittlerleld and liame. U
'hlntn street. Ho.ion. Mass. Imaiaar
Sent on leceint ol Vt cts. Unique pni.ting
and publishing House, 36 Veaey street, Nevr
The Beckwlth 20 Family Sewlaa Ma.
rkine, aa 30 Daya Trl.,l many s.lvsnis.
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letunded. Rent eomplete.with full directions,
i Peckwith Sewing Machine Co., MS Breadwsj,
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