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THE VINTON RECORD.
UoAltl'llUlC, OHIO,
T1IUKSDAY, JULY 17, 1S73.
Tuoss fires at the Drum
mond Colliery, Nova Scotia,
are said lo be still raging.
Proposals for political plat
forms will be received at the
office of R. Bnnkerhofl, Mans
field, until noon, July 29.
Miss Linda Gilbert got a
verdict for six cents damages
In her libel suit against the
Chicago Evening Post.
Ross county is harvesting
the best wheat crop that has
been raised in that county dur
ing the last decade.
Eleven Baptist converts
Lave been in prison in Kiew,
Russia, for almost a year on
account of their faith.
A Cairo pouud keeper has
resigned because the Common
Council objected to bis writing
Hon. before his nam.
Three Russians, represent
ing 500 of their countrymen,
are looking around Northwest
ern Iowa for a suitable place
lor a colony.
The Lancaster Eagle says
that nearly all the apples in
that region have been blasted,
and that the crop in conse
quence will prove a failure.
A woman at Union UilI,N.
J, has been arrested for habit
ually pouring boiling water on
the sidewalk for the purpose
of scalding the feet of bare
footed children.
Tub Young Men's Christian
Association of Boston cleared
over $40,000 from their recent
Grand Bazar, which gees to
ward extinguishing their build
ing debt of 00.000.
Tub Episcopal Church in this
country was not disrupted in
consequence of slavery or the
war. At the last General Con
vention delegates took their
seats from every Slate in the
Union.
In London true bills have
been found against the Bank
ot England forgers, George
Bidwell, Austin Bidwell, Geo.
McDonnell and Edwin Noyesi
and the trial will take piece in
August.
While Phoenix Fire Compa
nyyof New Orleans, were try
ing their new steamer, Satur
day, the brass nozzle of the
hose flew off, striking John
Dagle, who was holding the
pipe, killing him instantly.
Last Sunday, at Shiloh
Church, near Hopkmsville, Ky.,
Mrs. Emily Owen, wife of a re
spected citizen of Christian
county, dropped dead at the
altar while m the act of par
taking communion.
The Catholic School in Chil
licothe has been closed in or
der that the several teachers,
who are "Sisters of Mercy,"
might go to Cincinnati to act
in the capacity of nurses, in
anticipation of an immediate
spread of the cholera.
Joseph G. Wilson, member
of Congress from Oregon, died
suddenly at Marietta, Ohio, on
the 2d inst. He was engaged
to deliver an address before
Marietta College, but was ta
ken with paralysis, and died
almost immediately.
About 9 o'clock last Tuesday
morning, a brick wall that was
being built as an addition to
the Woolen Mill at MiddleDort
fell hurrying two men beneath
the ruins, who, fortunately
were recovered alive, and with
out fatal injuries, after remov
ing about six feet of the debris.
The Fourth Auditor, of the
Treasury is about to distribute
prize money to the officers and
crew of the United States
steamship Sycamore for the
capture of the Alicia. This
was one of the early prizes of
the war, but owing to litigation
tho case has only been recent
ly decided and the money thus
made available to the captors.
Mexican Soldiers.
After
meetings, a permanent organi
zation, known as the Mexican
Soldiers' Association, was made
at Uhillicothe, one of the first
of the kind in the Uoited
Stater, by electing R.J. Ear
ner, President, E. A. McFad
den, Secretary, and 0. Aid,
Treasnrer.
Any officer or soldier" of
the Mexican War can become
a member of this Association,
or any person .who upheld the
war as just and right, by send
ing their names to the Secre
tary, with a fee as they may
feel themselves able, for in
cidental expenses, &c.
The steamer Tigres3 sailed
July 14, lrom the navy yard on
her voyage in bearcb of the
Polaris. During the morning
the supply of coal and water
was taken aboard, and in the
afternoon a quantity of cloth
ing. The baggage was placed
on the 6teamer, and at 5 o'clock
the Tigress cast loose from her
moorings and headed up
stream. The men on the re
ceiving ships, Vermont and
Corvette in Brooklyn manned
the yards, and cheer after
cheer was heard from both
crews, returned with a hearty
good will from the decks and
rigging of the Tigress. The
expeditionary vessel then
steamed slowly in the direction
of Ilellgate. As she passed
the government battery one
farewell shot was fired. The
Tigress then steamed along
East River, accompanied by
the navy tug Calupa, on board
of which were Mrs. Greer, wife
of Capt. Grner, Mrs. Capt.
Chandler, and several other
ladies. Many ladies and chil
dren watched the vessel from
the navy yard dock until she
was out of sight.
A Boll Attempt to Rob a Bank
A bold attempt was made at
Marysville, California, last Sat
urday, July 12, to rob the bank
of Decker & Jewett. Frank
Whipple, one of the three rob
bers, entered the bank, and
presented a pistol at Jewett's
head, saying, "Don't move."
Jewett fell down, and made his
way ;to the place where Chief
Clerk Bingham was writing.
Whipple leaped over the coun
ter. Bingham instantly shot
Whipple in the neck, when a
general desperate fight ensued.
Several 6hots were fired and
pistols clubbed. tWhippJe fi
nally turned and ran out of the
bank. Bingham and Jewet
fired at him simultaneously
double-barreled with shotguns,
when he fell, mortally wounded,
on the sidewalk. Whipple said
he had two confederates, John
Toney and W. Winsky. They
escaped. People and officers
are in pursuit. Whipple was
shot through the body in many
places.
The death of Charles Good
rich i3 no longer a mys
tery. He was shot by Min
nie Waltham, alias Kate Stod
dard, on the night of the
21st of March. Arrested on
Tuesday last, she yesterday
made full confession of her
guilt to the police authorities
ot Brooklyn. The search for
the murderer has been unre
mitting. Not only has Brook
lyn been searched, but New
York, .Philadelphia, Boston,
Baltimore, Washington, and
countless number of smaller
places.
Dispatches inform us that
Vice President Wilson has be
come a paralytic invalid, and
his life is of most uncertain dui
The disease may not ut
terly destroy his usefulness as
a man and public servant, but
it will undoubtedly limit his
ambition and activity. With
careful nursing and a cessation
of exciting toil, he may possi
bly enjoy for many years a
kind of honorary post in the
public councils.
A collision occurred near
Moonvile on the M. & 0. R. R.
oa last Monday, which resulted
in the destruction ot the
locomotives and the death oi
a brakeman.
A terrible, and premeditat
ed, murder was perpetrated
at Lancaster, Ohio, July lOili.
The principals in (he affair
were two men engaged in the
samo business, that of sinking
drive well?, and who were bit
ter rivals for the patrouage of
that vicinity.
The murderer, Hugh Doher
ty, claims that his victim, Geo
A. Schleicli, was using an in
fringement ot the patent ho
was selling, and tho two have
collided on several occasions
on this score. Tho particular
provocation of the murder was
a successful underbid by
Schleicli on a job in the imme
diate neighborhood of Doher
ly, who considered it as secur
cd by himself.
This so enraged the latter
that yesterday lie thieatened
the liie of Schleicli should he
attempt to work his contract
Of this threat Schleich is said
to have been notified last eve
iiing by Dolierty's wife, who,
toward the further prevention
of trouble, had hidden her hus
band's pistol, but was co npell
ed to produced it through fear
for her own safety. Undeter
red Schleicli, with an assistant
and his tools in a wagon, was
about to commence work on
last Tuesday morning, when
Doherty came from his house
with the pistol in his hand,
and, approaching the other,
fired two shots. Schleich jump
ed from his wagon to shield
himself behind his hone, but
was chased around by the mur
derer, who delivered three oth
er 6hots, one of which pierced
his victim's heart.
Dolierty's pistol being now
empty he went into his house,
returning in a few minutes
with the weapon reloaded, but
was with difficulty and soma
attendant danger prevented
from Bhooting again at the dy
ing man, who soon expired
having uttered but one word
water," after receiving his
death wound.
The ladies of Vienna do not
keep themselves housed up
and out of sb'ht as is the
practice of those of Paris
In Paris a really fine dressed
lady is seldom to be seen upou
the streets. If those who do
dress well in parlors or in their
carriages venture out lor a
promenade they put on plain
black dresses and assimilate
themselves to the masses. In
Vienna, however, fine dress
ing is the rule of the street,
and you frequently see ladies
in complete velvet or satin
suits, with trails sweeping the
pavements. The weather has
been bad for spring dresses
and bonnets, cold and raw
with intermittent rains, but a
gleam of sunshine brings them
on the street, and they make
a grand display on all the thor
oughfares. They are also de
cidedly handsome, and borne
of them beautiful. A lady of
youth and personal attractions
must, however, never walk
alone on the streets, or she is
liable to be joined and proba
bly insulted by the crowds of
smart-looking Austrian officers
who are always ogling the la
dies, Two ladies together can
go anywhere with impunity,
even enter the cafes or gardens,
and take their refreshments as
safely a3 if they had a male at
tendant, but singly they must
not venture anywhere. This
is better than in Paris, where
ladies can not go on the streets
unattended by a gentleman
without being liable to insult,
no difference how many of
Vienna
Letter.
A good metaphor sometimes
gives a very effective idea.
Describing the plague of grass
hoppers in Iowa, a newspaper
says: "At some points between
Sibley and Worthington, the
air seems filled with the flying
plagues, and their white wings
present the appearance of a
brisk enow storm." There
should be some way ol fight
ing and extinguishing these
little invaders, as locusts are
arrested to some extent in the
East.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice to Teachers.
THR Board of School Examiners fr in
Independent School liiatrict of Zalaaki,
Viotoo County.will tueetat thetchool House,
on
TUESDAY JULY 29, 1873.
Examinations to commence at 9 o'clock, A.M.
-satisfactory ey.dnm-e of good moral character
required.
RDBfcRT 1 H0MP0V, Oh'n.) Board of
IT. TIIOM S H tSTINUS, y School
T. D. BOOK, Ulerk. I Exunr'fl
Notice to Trespassers.
NOT'CE l hereby given th. we forbid ell
prrtani lrfiuiu oa our precise in
any manner whatsoever. Any person foil nd
on oui premises without permission will be
prosecuted to the lull exient nl the law.
JONATHAN WINTERS.
17jull873 iw UAttVKV RUUBl.Nd.
Legal Notice.
VTOTI08 lhrehv given thai en application
L will be mvle to' the itovernor ef "hio lor
the pardon of Edmond Qimio, ennncted at
Hie May term. A. 1. 1873 of the Vinton couns
ly Court of Common I'leaa, ofoutliiig with in
lent to wound, and aenlenc-el to hard labor in
the Ohio Penitentiary for tint term of one
yeir' D. O.JONES E N. BARNHIM,,
Att'yafor Edmoud Qmna.
HAMPEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON,
PROPRIETORS
H.litllfEIY, O.
TE hare purchased end fitted up Ibe
above nulla and solicit tho trade ol the
(ami era of Ihie rcinity.
Special attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to please nil customers. Mr.
A. A. VOZZKN8, en experienced miller, ha
charge of the mill, and will not tail lo deal
lalrly end give general satitl'autiou.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hond nnl for sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
Tutl7 COZZENS A JOHNSON.
Road Notice.
N'OTIOS la hi rehygiren that a petition vrll
Be presented to the Commissioners of
Yintnn County, Ohio, at their next session to
be held on Monda", September 1st. 187:1, pray
ing for he establishment of a county road
along the following roule, to wit- Bemrningat
the enuth end of Market etret-t, in the town of
Mctr'hur, in mid county of Viulon, lrom
thence soutn about degrees wM(, on a
line with eaid street through the lands and
premieeaof Firn I' Hothwell, Joseph Iod
dihliie, Pavid P. Baird, Harvey Bobbins, end
the heirs of Sarah Bobo, decenaeil. to a pcint
in the center nt the .lesson road, north nf
the residence of Levi Wvn en, thence er nlh
through the binds an. I prem i"es of Levi Wy
man to a stake 4 links west of an apple tree
near the south line of said Wvman a prem
ises) thence south about 8 degrees east loan
oak tree on the premises of 1 vy II ixon, near
the south line of Elk township, and near the
anuihlinenl the lands nf ea'd Ivy llixsnn;
thence south about degrees west to a while
oak tree near the residence nf tohn Falls,
and through t he premises of the hens ot Sie.
phen fall, deceased, esid last mentioned
,oint being th terminus ol said rnul.nnd he
ing in Clinton township Vinton c-untv, uliio.
MANY PETITIONERS.
July 17, 1E73. 4t
J. ROUZER,
' ' Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Of latest, most fashionable and eleg;.nt styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTIIE, 0.
I make it a point to do all my work of the
best material, and stand recond to none In
nualily of finish or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there are no appicutice
boys about my eHablishmenl. nnd I can not
lail to please any person who wants the best
turnout made in the country. I refer with
pride to mv customer throughout Southern
Ohio an to the character of work coining
from my factory, and guarantee all my cus
tomers perlect satisfaction.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock-
Repairing, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
1 have constantly a stock of
SEC02STD HAND
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
left with me for sale, repaired and almost as
. good as new , some of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
lOjul 1873
JUST RECEIVED
A fine lot of
PLAIN & FAUCY STATIONERY,
INITIAL PAPERS,
BXiA.3JTK BOOKSj&C.
FINE CHKOMOS
LOW PRICES.
FANCY CANDIES
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line of pure
fresh Drugs, Medi
cines, Chemicals,
Glass, Putty,
Pain U,
Oils,
and Dye
. Stuffs, Perfvm
erv, ooaps. Toilet Ar
ticles, Notions, Jewelry, etc.
A large Lot ot Notions at
verj low Prices.
WOLF.PEARCE&CO,
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Karket,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
lOjul 187'J
AGRICULTURAL.
THE member of the Vinton County ArvI
oultural Societv are requested to meet on
Saturday, 12th Day of July, 1873,
at 1 o'clock. P. M. at the Court House, in Mo
Arthur, and proceed to elect a Board of I)i
rectors and other offlrere for the ensuing vear.
BtNUM HIX90N, President.
J. 6. Hunt, Bez'y.
ADORX VOIR HOMES with the new
Unmnio "Aae" and "Asleep." belle
1 1 h wuunre. i ne pair tent r ou cents, a
lame discount to eitenui. Addreea W. K. Car
penter, roxboro, liu.
C nPrr wk I" CASH to agonte. Ev,
HJTUTjlhinx lur-iifhed audeiprnses paid.
A.CUUM'EK CO., Charlotte, Mich.
Mfl K1CV -""'' BoWy with stencil and key
IVIUmuI check uiiihl. 1'ete.ioaiies and
lull particulars Kit EE. 8. M. bpiacll, 117
Uanmver M.. Hostorj.
OPIUM
We cure the habit per.
Iinanenlly, cheap, quick,
without siittrring or in.
convenience. Liercribe
yniircase. AddressB. O
, AKMSTKfNt, M. I).
EATERS
Berrien fcriugi, Michigan
We will insert an advertisement ot one Inch
space one month In 73 firat-claaa Ohio
Papers for
$58..
For list of papers In other Ftates. address
GEO. P. KOWELL AC''., 41 Park How, N.Y.
HENO 83 CENTS FOlt TUB
AOVERTISR'S GAZETTE
A hook of Ml pasea, ahnwl..g how, when and
whereto advertise, and containing a list of
nrarlv S.oou newpapers, with much olhr in
formation ot interest to ad rertl-.ra. Address
;:. P. HOWELL L CO., 41 ParkKow,
titw York.
SHERIFFS SALE
Stale of Ohio, Vinton Count!
John P. Coe, Plaintiff,
AOAlSsT
William nd Hachel Lee, Defendants.
In Vinton Cvunty Court of Common
Vitas. An Order of Sale.
1 PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
Sale issued from the Court nf Common
I'lens of Vinton Count), nnd to me directed
as bhcrilt of said counly, 1 will ulh-r foi sale at
Ihadnorol the Court House, in the town o I
5k Arthur, Vinton County, Oh io,ou
Saturday, tie 19 th Day of July, A. D.
1873.
at the hour of 1 o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and te ements, sit
uate in Vinton county, Ol.io, nnd bounded
nnd described as follows, to wil: The aouth
wut quiirier nf Hie south-east quarter of sec
tion IK, ionshlp 10, of range 18, containing
forty and forty-seven one huiidreths (tu 47-H")
sores. Also the south-west quarter of the
northenst quarter and the north-west quar
ter of the soiith-ciist quaiter ol section IS,
town-hip 111, rauxe 18. containing eigi.ly-one
and lifecn hiinilreihs (si li.lisi) at rr. Also
the east half of l he auuih-wel quarter ot sec
tion 18, townsliip lu, of range 18, containing
eighty 9u acres more nr less, ell of said luwle
he.ng in the 'iiMnct of lauds subject lo sale at
Chillicoihe, Ohio.
Appinii-ed at eujhtcen hundred 18no dol
Inrs and must bring two-third of that sum
To he sold as the properly of William and
Rachel Lee, to sntisiy an order ofsali , issued
from the Court ol Common I'lcas ir. favor ol
John I. Coe, nnd also to satisfy a judgment in
lave,' of It. C. .Innes lor -!. and also n itnlg
ment in favor nl Win Mark lor which are
d?Hitred to be Urn.
TKKMS Of fcAI.K: Cash in hsnd on the day
of sale. UEOICUE KAI.EH,
Micrit! V iiiiuii i.ouniy.
CdAS. II. Rbosvssor, Attorney for Plaint ill.
June 19, A. 1'. 11-7.1. 6
T.S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER SILVERSMITH,
Oppooito the Einmitt House,
Slireckengaut's Old Stand,
CHILLICOTIIE, OHIO,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Firio Gold Jewelry.
Agents for
American and Foreign Watches.
Klirln Watches
I'. jt.W.
Howard "
Wullliani '
PuilngtWdd
J. Y. "
Ki-s "
Engllih
(i. uis' Chains
Mll.m "
(ipt "
Ch-itilin "
frill Thomas Clucks,
Witeuberg "
Terry
fl Id Setts
l)luu,oud "
Pearl "
Jet "
Garnet "
Ne ck laces "
ll.uc.-U's '
l'ins and Stuils
Cuff Uutions
Tliuiitdea
Hair Jewelry
Rtwclaele,
hilver Ware
P'atml Ware
iuo Cutlery
Agents for
SADIE & TODD'S GCLD FEXS,
A FULL LNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BRIDAL & BIETHD AY PRESENTS
Uoods made to ordernnd repairing done by
careful workmen. So extra charun tor eti
graving eoods bought at this establishment.
2 jan 173 ly
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
HAVING fitted up our machinery in first
class style, we are prepared to do
CAEDING, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most workman
like manner. We have on hand and for sale
at our factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Such as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we wiil sell cheap
The Highest Ilarket Price in Cash,
tor wool,
HOUSTON, DILLON A 0,
sjun Allensrille, Vinton 0 ., 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
IN pursuance of an order of the Trohate
Court of Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otler
lor sale at puotic auction, on the
5th DAY OF JULY. 1873,
at 2 o'clock, P. M., at the Court House at
M'ARTHTJR
the following described real estate situate id
said count,, via.:
One piece or parcel of land, being part mid
dle north-east quarter of section tiiirtv-lhree
(33) luwnsnip. eleven, (ii) range seventeen.
(17) containing seventy-aix acres more or leas
and appraised at 12,280.
And one other piece or parcel ot land, being
the north westriunrtel of the north-east quar
ter 01 srvnun ouinuer iinrij'ioiir, ot) town
snip eleveo, 01) lange seven teen. (171exceni
Inn two and a half acres in the south. east
corner, containing thirty-nine acres more or
lees, and appraised at 7o.
TERMS OF SALE.:
One-third in hand, one-thirl In one year,
and one-third in two years from the day of
ale, with interest. The payments to be Be
en red by mortgage on the premises sold.
LEVI YVYMAN,
Administrator, with the will annexed, of
John Wvman, deceased,
June , 1173.
S. F CRAMER,
PIAMDEN. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
IlnrneM, Saddles,
Urldlm, Halters,
Whip), purs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the puolio enerMy arelnvit
ed to rail and examine my slock and pn
ces. I make good hone.-t work, use in
best stock, andatll at the very lowest prices.
REP ATI RING
and mnnuC.ctunng; done to order, and all
Work lVarranteJ as Represented,
C. J. BIIXINGHUEST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and denier in ill kinds or
PICTURES,
ALBUMS
JPIRjA- imiies,
riCXUKE-COUD,
aud
PICTTJBE-NAILS,
COPYING
carefullv done, and the smallest pie tun s
enlarged to any site, and
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA INK,
or any other etjle that may be desired, at the
LOWEST IIMES.
I.nritc and finely finished Photograph
eon be ninile from old ttud faded, or
cratt-ketl pictures.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
ami nil work warranted to give satisfaction,
lniay 1873
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3a full stock of all
kinds of '
FUBNITU11E,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PAKIS IIOKTOA,
Corner of High and Looust Streets,
McARTHUR, 0.
7 marl 87.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
'pHE-'Chewera' Choice, is now taking the
I lend ol all other Mrands. Bright in color,
pleasant in taste, tough nnd lasting in chew,
this tobacco possegsea every quality lo suit
rhpwers, and sella by the lo-pound bucket
fully Hie t-heaper per pound, than any other
brand of the name grade and perhaps less
quality. 1U0 buckets nf this celebrated brand
have been Bold In Chillicothe alone within
the Inst two months, and trade still i norms
Ing. "Try It" HCHjEKrEtt A KKAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Munufacturera'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
22may 1873
S. T. BO C CESS,
KES1D1 Vr DU 1 1ST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all times be found at his office.
T F, IS T H FX'I IUOTED.
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
eoieiv, oyineas9ut
LAUGHING GAS.
22may 1873.
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To sell our.new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true pic tare of seen es in the lale civil war.
oena stamp lor oircular.
VT. J. nOLLAXD 6c CO.,
Springfield, Mass., or Chicago, 111.
FAICM FOR SALE.
Sfe (f!i a5l 1 i""""" rami.
ifi?leaeW Hamil
L one mile north .west
..s rV. farm of Hon. T. M, bay,
tnden, ndioinini
f tl TT .
containing 180 acres, 130 acres in grass aud
"""u" .iiuucr. a new iwo-atory frame
....-., Dmu.viiuuip.na o.ner neceesa
ry out-houses are among the improvements.
1 he farm Ilea well, is well watered, fencing
vT-..H.i.iwiuucuK. SIIUIIIQ J$00 re-
fair. .For further Information inquire of
sep R. B.WILCOX flamdea, Ohio.
Mv y Goods
MAY 8th, 1873.
RDBT.B.SMART
Paint and Second Street,
CHILLICOTIIE, 0.,
I
4 no reel in nil th largest snd nost attract
ive stock he has ever opened.
Especial Attention
19
Invited U his Superior .Assortment
OF
DRESS GOODS,
New Fabrlct and Beautiful Stylet.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
13 OFFERED
A large Stock of Hosiery & Glovei.
LACE SAQUEsTnTlACE FOISTS
LADIES' and GENTS' IID GLOVES
PARASOLSand COESETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
CAR PITTING
In new Patterns
Oil ClotliS, Hugs and Malting
AT CINCINNATI PP1CES.
K. B. SMART.
THE r.tltMHt OMPAMON.-Ev.
eiv luov wains cue I Every man wants one I
bent on rwemt of ten cents. Address L. F.
11 VDK A CO. MS Kvveulh Avenue, New York.
1 ma) 1873 am
Till KEW KLASTK! TRIMS. An
Impariuut imniion. ll retains the rupture at
all limes, and under the hardest exercise or
severest strain. It is worn wiihoouilort, and
it keiiton niiiht anddav. t fleets n tierinanent
cure in a few weeks, r-old cheap, and seut by
man wren requi'sien, ein-uiars nee, wnen or.
ite red hv letler sent to The Klnstiii Truss Co.,
Ito. i.BJ hrnailwry. n. Y. Oily. Nobody uses
metal soring trusses: too Painful: thev slin
orl ton frequently. Imjr ilu
WAUKH
I?inrt am. who AUG willing to work
Any person, old or young, ot eltht sex.
can make lrom f lo to J'xj per week, at home
or In eonneoiion witn oiner luisinesH. Want
ed hy bI . hultiil le to either city orcountiv.
and any season of the war. I Ins is a rare
tipportuiiiiy for iho who are out ol work,
and nut of money, to make an independent
livioK. i.u i!aiiisi up'iig reipiireu nor
pamphlet, How to Make a Living," giving
I ill instrurtions, si nt on receipt of lu cents.
Addresi, A. Ill'lt l'O.N A UU, Morris.'nna.U est
Chester Co., N. M. 1 in jam
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
''if Ki-- 4 ;
?' ri.-'Jii-l".'.
yiu&&&"
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
ANU
SCOTCH GII.1ME HOXlllEXTS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Kciitly nnd promptlv executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Stcord & Wetct
. Cliillicothc, Ohio.
1 aupeni tend nil my own work in person.
I exeonlenll ihe finer designs, use the liest
lillTinl, end can -lot he lin.le.soM. P.-ri-ona
lung any wtirk in my line are Invited to
ex-mine work, stock and prices, helore male .
intf eoiitrneia.
1 perhonally f iipeilntend the ortreful setting
up of sum's nnd monuments bought at mt
estalilisntnent.
K hiivmg at this shop you will save from 15
to 20 per cent, paid to sgt nts. V4Hpt73
W.A.TDLLEY,
8 MAIDEN LINE, !.V.
IMPORTJER
AND DKA1.ER IN
foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolsEtc.
Old Watch Caaes and old Gold and SlWer
ho light.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
2laprllw3
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
U ONEOF
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIEED.
MANUFACTORY No. 110 WE8T 4th at.
OINTOIN-NA.TI.-
15mav 1873
WANTED, agents and peddler for onr
Press and Strainer Presses and strains
lams, jelliea. herhs, vegetables, lard, tallow,
meats, oheese, Ac. Over 60,000 aold In a
few localities. Bells quick. Every family
wants It "ewing Machine and other eatabsi '
lished agents are finding this very profitable.
Circulars fiee. I.itiletield and Dame, 114
Washington street, Boston, Mass. Imavsw
BOX-TON FLIRTATION 8I6HAUI.
Sent on receipt ot 84 eta. Unique printing
and publishing House, 86 Vesey street. New
... . lmyam
The Beckwlth tSO Family Be wing Ma
chine, oa 30 Days' Trli,l many advantag
ea over all. Katisfaction guaranteed, or 120
refunded. Sent complete.with full direction.
Beckwith 8ewing Machine Co., MS Breadway,
K.Y. Imram

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