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THE VINTON RECORD.
Mo A urn uit, 011T0,
T1IUKSDAY, JULYS, 1873.
The Responsibility of the late
Accident at Vinton.
If the commonly accepted
accoint of the accident at Vin
toa Nation be true, that the
front train was in motion at the
rate ol eight to twelve miles per
hour, when it was struck by the
rear train running at a rate ol
speed about three times the
utmost limit allowed by the
rules of the road, then Uoodhue,
the engineer of the rear traio
was criminally careless, and
Ehould have been promptly
held to answer for the taking ol
the lives of tho two men,Brown
and Uackawaie. It was the du
ty of the Coroner of this county
to lave investigated the whole
matter, and if uuy criminality
was attached to any persons to
bind them over for trial. lie
was present at the scene, but it
appears that he .did not recog
nize too fact that he had a duty
to perform as a sworn officer oi
the law, until he lound one ol
the men bad money about his
person, when he thought he
Wuuld take charge of that.
When the people elect officers
for the good they expect them
to do, instead of their connec
tion with a ring of politicians,
the public will be better served
We give railroad engineers
generally tho credit of being'
extremely careful of the lives
entrusted to their keeping,
but there are reckless ones
who will get employment on
the best regulated roads. The
company discharges them as
soon as found out, but if they
knew, in addition to this, the
Slate would investigate every
accident accompanied by loss
of lile, and punish them accor
dibg to their crime, there would
be fewer accidents from the
reckless running and gross vi
olations of the rules establish
ed for the government of trains.
From Hamden.
HAMDEN, OHIO, July 20th, 1873.
Ed. Kecord: I noticed a passage
in the McArchur Enquirer of Wednes
day, July 16th, regarding the improve
ment of the village of llamden. 1
feel myself compelled to refute a
point, which wa stated to be a fact by
the Enquirer. Mr. J. P. Ohmer is
considered us the main person who has
improved our vil.'ago, although he has
been a resident of the sumo only a
short time, while citizens of llamden,
who have lived here for years, and
have done everything in their power
to enlarge the village, have not been
mentioned at all. It seems to me as
if the reporter of the said passage had
been bought by Mr, J. P. Ohmer. It
is possible, that a surplus of pies or
ginger cakes, was given him for pub
Halting such stories. If we examine
the improvements made by J. P. Oh
raer and compare them with those of
othut parties as Mr. Fox, II. C. Wilson,
t'has. Miller and others, we will
soon learn how foolish an idea it is to
mention J. P. Olimer's name in refer
ence to our improvements. I would
liko to know what reward tho reporter
iu question has received. I may need
liiin sometime, and would like to call
upon him if he keeps his charges
moderate.
I admit, that if J. P. Ohmer could
improve llamden by talking and gas
work it would be twice as large as it
is at the present time, but actions and
not gas can improve a place, and there
is the poiut where Ohmer and his re
porter are failing, Ohmer not having
means enougii, to carry out his tnotro
politan ideas, lie i eencnlly filling
his stomach before he nils his moutn.
If ho were such a powerful man, as
the Enquirer by the reporter repre
sents him to be, why did he not stay at
Cincinnati, where he was, where there
are nunureu ci cnuncea w one jiero.
He learned that hi8 Raa work would
nut give satialiictiun ia Cincinnati,
nnd therefore he left to try his luck
in llamden. 1 can not deity that he
bus built two email frame houses near
our depot for the purpose of carrying
on hiai business, but we can not call
that much of an improvement. It is
too email a matter
Another part is, that he hte pur
chased a piece of land, with the inten
tion'of lujring it out in town lots and
celling them lor building purposes.
It seems to me that 1 could buy land
myself on such conditions, and then 1
would not only have the benefit of sell
ing it with pro6t but would see mysolf
published ia the McArthur Enquirer
us a man who improved llamden.
In tb above described manner Mr
Ohmer has improved Hainden. J leavt
it to the judgment of everybody, if tht
proper name for his actions would b
improvement or not. For my part 1
do Bt call it by that name.
It is possible that our reporter it
culluig the placing of a stable right oi
the foot path from, the depot to the vil
lage an improvement; indeed it is ai
improvement in so far as the not very
aromatic smell which arises out of tht
stable, where horses eta., are confined
is keeping strangers at the depot ruth
er than expose themselves to the smell
'J'bisstablo is nothing but a perfect
pttifltince. and it characterize Mr. Oh
[From the Athens Journal Correspondence.
Which is it. A Freak ot Nature,
or the Work of Man?
Learning from report that a
somewhat remarkrble stone
work had been discovered in
Brown township, Vinton coun
ty, Ohio, we $tarled, a few
days since, in .company with
others Irom Moouville, west
on the track oi the M. & 0. R.
R., for the designated spot. Af
ter admiring with the genuine
zest of tourist, the wild and
rugged scenery of the Rac
coon, which winds its tortuous
course from near Hope switch
to Moonville in graceful curves,
ns if under the direction of a
skilled landscape gardener, we
came to the desired locality.
it is situated about a mile in a
southeasterly direction from
Uope switch.
At the Grst view of the ob
ject of our search, the ques
tion that heads this article sug
gested itself to our mind, and
we were slow in coming to a
satisfactory solution of it. But
upon a closer inspection all
doubt vanished and we be
came satisfied that it was the
work ot mau; but were unable
to form a conjecture of any
probable object the builders
could have had in view.
The measurement here given
is all guess work, intended to
merely give a general idea of
the object.
Conceive then of a cave
200 feet in length with a huge
mound of small rubble stone
built in it, and occupying some
40 leec of its center, the stones
all laid in mortar, 25 feet wide
at the bottom and 12 feet high,
or as high as the mouth of the
cave, and filling it with the ex
ception of a narrow passage in
the back part, sufficiently wide
to afford a good view of the
face of the back wall, which is
laid with coarse sand flag
stones two inches thick in red
clay mortar. This wall con
forms to the inclination of the
cave, which leads to the con
jecture that It was at first built
up to the rock of the cave, and
has eince been gently moved
forward. We were told that
the front, when first discovered,
was faced by a similar wall,
but it had been torn down by
hands as wicked as our own.
The inside was compactly fill
ed with small stones laid in
light colored fire clay, with the
exception of two or three quite
large rocks which were proba
bly in position when the work
was begun. There is a hole
near the bottom and center,
which has the appearance ol
having been excavated by
wild animals.
In connection with the stone
mound and extending from its
eastern extremity, and at right
angle with it, is an oblong
earth mound, perhaps a hun
dred feet long and thirty wide
at the base and forty or fifty
feet high.
This may have been, and
probably was, the refuse earth
Torn the quarrying of the
stone. No indications of this
operation, however, remain.
Untold ages must have elapsed
since these stones were piled.
At what period, by whom, and
for what purpose defies con
jecture. But were we inclined
to venture a guess, it would be
that these mounds of stone and
earth were raised by men, who
. . . 4i. t:nni n n
habited this continent, at a
period anterior to that of the
earth mound builders'.
Government Losing its Own
Patronage.
Pension agents iu large cit
ies have been instructed to for
ward their quarterly returns to
the Treasury Department by
express instead of by mail.
Postage on this return from
Boston amounts to $135, while
i he express charge is only $3.
rue same return forwarded
rom New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, or Cincinnati would re
quire over $200 postage.
An enthusiastic railroad
neeting.was held at Wilkes
ville on Saturday July 12, in
he interests of the Berlin &
Pomeroy railroad. Several
peakers, from different coun
ties on the line, addressed the
meetir" "
Vinton County Sunday School
Celebration.
The annual celebration of
the Sabbath Schools of .Vinton
County will be held m Arnold's
grove, near McArthur, on Fri
day tho 19ihday ol September,
A D. 1S73. A programme of
the exercises which will bo pre
sented on I lie occasion, will
be published in due time. The
Executive Committee propose
to award to the township which
shall send tho largest delega
tion to the celebration, accord
ing to its population, a prize
banner that ;will make any
township receiving it. feel
proud. The banner awarded
to the Locust Grove school last
year, will be returned and pre
sented to the largest individual
fcliool present on the occasion.
These banners are themselves
worth striving lor, but the
township and school that shall
win them for having excelled
in the sabbath school cause,
will have earned a noble dis
tinction. It is hoped that ev
ery township and every school
in the county will be preseut
to participate in the celebra
tion. Good speakers will be
secured for the occasion, and
the Executive Committee will
make an effort to secure the
services of the McArlhur, Mi.
Pleasant and Zileski brass
bands. For further information
iu regard to the arrangements
for the celebration address the
Secretary.
By order of Executive Com.
Celebration. H. W. COULTRAP, Sec'y.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Ephraim Uobbins et. al. to
David Booth, in-lot 127 in E.
Rollins' addition to, Uaaiden,
$125.
Ilandy Smith to John II.
Ooddard, 1 acre, Eugla town
ship, ?30.
Jacob Hawk to Joseph and
Rebecca Hawk, 329 acres, Elk
and Swan Ips., 50.
Geo. M. McWhorter to John
McWhorter, SO acres, Madison
tp., $1,500.
John D. Talbott to J. K.
Caldwell, SO cres, Eagle tp.,
650.
Marcus II. Walker to John
Humphreys, acre, Harrison
tp., 25.
Sheriff Vinton County to
Isaac M. Lantz, in lots 205 and
20G, McArthur, 52GGS.
Robert Hewitt to Joseph
Hewitt, 40acres,Swantp,$8O0.
Humphrey Clark to Ntihan
iel O. Wilcox, in-lots 16, 33, 31
and north half of 15, Aliens
ville, $700.
Casper Larrick to Benjamin
Larrick, 11$ acres, Swan tp.,
230.
Jas. II. Mitchell to Allen
McCue, 40 acres, Brown tp
$600.
The Sciotn Gazette says that
there are over one hundred
trains each day on the B. &, O
R. It. Preparations are being
made to build a double track
over the entire road from Cin
cinnati to Baltimore, to uccotn
modate their immensely increas
ed business.
The grape crop of this county
is mostly destroyed by the rot.
We believe there is not a vine
yard in the county that has
escaped. We have similar re
ports from adjoining counties.
Experience will teach any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
who advertiss in newspapers
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Oa b JDUJKLT,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER
IMPORTER OF
Diamonds. Watches and Fancy Goods
CI11LL1C01I1E, OHIO.
TIJIHJLU respectfully say to tha cilisena
makiai ana ol lha largest la lha Bute, uu
I V vmlon un. inai n naa emarjfau ma awca
buaioraa baa incrvased avery year op to the
Ik- for past favora.aad are determined to keep
uraaant lima aod we leal maaklui u in u
a lariM .lock ol otrrv thiol u.u.l'v lound I
a ttral-claas Jrwitlrv Blora. aod will keep the
(In.. i stock of a-old and solid ailver, tl.o
heal I'latea liooda, aa low aa any house in
Wet
We keep all the different brands of Amer
.an WaU!haa howtrd. U ii l tod Hlatee. fclai
Walthain and Korinatield Manufactured, outh
in cold aod atller caaee. Also a larce liue
GOLD UPOBTED WATCUES,
from tii lo I3O0.00, al.o ilvr from SIS
SIM, Wliaa veiy reliable lull Jeweled
bilver Wateh Irom IIMotiO.
A full line of all goods iu our Hoe. or made
to order by eI(eri.Bed aoikninu. Kpeir
Ink will receive prompt attention
Plaaae drop ia aitcf
FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE,
' 1' UK RELIANCE FIRE COMPANY f
J. Callllcedae otter for sale their engine in
good Marking order, together with hose
carriage and aoveral hundred feet of hoae.
Kor particular cull on oraddrea tha Sacra-
tfum J. H. NUGENT,
Chillicothe, 0.
ENOCH MOUOAN'S SONS'
B A. IP O X, I O
ta a siibutuU fr snap for all household
purposes, except washing clothes.
S A. T? O Lj 1 O
lor cleaning your house will save the labor ol
oue cleaner, Give H a trial.
3 A P O L I O
for wlndiwa ia bolter lima whiting or water.
o re mo ing cuimius and carpel.
S A. IP O L. I O
leans paint and wood, in fnct lha entire
house, belter tban soap. Mo slopping, bavea
labor. You can t afford to ba without it.
S A P O L I O
for scouring knives la better and cleaner limn
bath brick. Will not suralch-
m A T O T, T O
id better that. oap nnd unnd for polishing titv
aVaal-.l kttnklanat Wlthtnlll (aOlalt ihi n ff.
S A P O L I O
polishes brnii and copper utensils better than
acid or oil and rotten atone.
S A P O L I O
for washing dishes and glassware ia invaluable
Cheaper than aonp.
S A P OLIO
removes stains from marble mantles, lablea
and statuary, frotn hard-lluibbed walla, and
from vluu.iand pone lain.
srf A P O L I O
removes stains and grease from carpets and
Uier woven inurica.
There la ane article knewa that will
da bo aiauy kinds of work stud do U aa
well aa eta. llo. Try It.
HAND SAP OLIO
a new and wonderfully ettective
toilet soap, having no equal in
this countrv or abroad.
HAND SAP O LI O
aa an articleforthebalh'reech
as lor the loundation" of all dirt,
opens I lie pores and gives a
healthy action and brilliaut tint
to the akin.
IAND SAPOLIO
cleanse anil beautifies the skin,
lusiamly reinotiotf anv stain or
blemish Irvio boiu bauds and
lute.
IAND HAVOLIO
Is wiitinnt a rival iu the world
for cunug or preventing rough
ness and chappiug of either
hands or face.
HAND fiA POLIO
removes Inr, pitch, Iron or ink
stains and grease; for workers
in machine stiopa, mines, Ac, ia
invaluable. Kor making the skin
white and soft, ai d giving to it
bloom ol beauty," it mun
aurpaed by uuy cosmetic
known.
HAND SAPOLIO
..,... la , K nnna n.r ,.al. Snd
evervliody hould have it. You
will" like it.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THESE GOODS
Bay It erer merchant If henna It er
will procure It for yon. If net tliea write
fur our prntipklet., All about Satiolio,"
and It will be mailed Tree.
ENOCH MOKOAN S SONS.
20 pm:k VLAVB, s. r.
eowly!7ul
Notice to Teachers.
riTlE Board of School biamincrsnr the
1 Independent School District of Znleki,
Vinton Countj.will uieolut tUe school lloiiae,
on
TUESDAY JULY 29, 1373.
bnii-lHciorj evidence of goo I moral uharucter
renuiren.
Kilbr.H r I H'l nu.i.t:!! !!, I noara oi
I r. THitMlS HASTI.NOS, School
T. O. HOOK, Clerk. I Exainr'a
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
UAMDEX, O.
XYTB have purchnsed and filled up the
II almre nulls and solicit tlie trade ol the
formers of this vciuity.
Special attention Riven lo
CUSTOM WORK,
And csre uiven to nlense all customers. Mr.
A. A.CUZZKN8. sn experienced miller, has
charge of Ihe mill, and will Tot latl to deal
lairly and give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand anl for aalent
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
Tull7 COZZENS a JOB N80N.
JUST RECEIVED
A fine lot of
PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY,
IMTIAL PAPERS,
FINE CHKOMOS
AT
LOW PRICES.
FANCY CANDIES
of
the
the
of
to
'
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line of pure
jresh Drugs, Medi
cines, Chemicals,
Glass, Futly,
P aints,
Oils,
Varnish'
es and Dye
Stuffs, Verfvm
erv, boavs, Toilet Ar
ticles, Notions, Jewelry, etc.
A large Lot ot Notions at
very low Prlcea.
WOLF.PEARCE&CO,
North Side Main St. ttfo Soon
West of Market,
MCARTHUR. OHIO.
lrtjul 187
Dm. boWKBS, Deulist, McAr-
Notice to Tresspassers.
NOTICE la hereby given that we forbid ell
peraona trea.paasiug on our premisam
any manner whalwever. Any person found
on oui pre mi ham aithout permiaaion will he
prosecuted to the lull extvni ol the Ixw.
JOM1HAN WINTERS.
lTjullsn Iw HAKVKV KOUB1NS.
Legal Notice.
NOTICg iaht reby given thnl an application
will be made to tha (governor of Ohio lor
the pardon of Edmond tjmiin, ronvicted al
the May term, A. I. 1873 of the Vinton conn
ty Court of Common Fleas, of cutting with in
tent to wound, and sentenced to hard labor in
the Uhio Penitentiary for the term of one
year.
H.C.JONES A E N.HARNHILL,
Alt'ya for Edmoud tluinn.
Road Notice.
OTICti is herehygiren that a petition w II
be nreaented to I he Commiasionera of
Vinton County, Ohio, at their next .ioo to
be held on Monda", September let. 187J, pray
ina; for he etalhhment of a county road
along the following routs, to wit' Bemr.ningnl
Ihe south end of Market a treet, in the town of
McArlhur, in said county of Vluton, Irom
I he we aoutn about t decree weal, on a
line with said vlreet through lha lands and
premises of Fira P Bothw.ll, Jonenh Uod
iliidjif, hv. r Hinl, Harvey Rohl,in, and
the heir of fiirah Bobo, deceased, to a point
in the center ol lha la -'tion nnd. north of
the residence of Levi Wyn an, thence south
throtiiih the hind and prem ises of Levi Wy
man to a stake AS links went nf an apple tree
near lha touln line of eitid Wvman'e prem
ise.; thence oulh about 8 degree, east to an
oak tree on Ihe prenneof Ivy Hixon, near
the .nuih line of Bi town-hip, and nfr the
south lineol the lands of aa'd Ivy liix.on;
Ihence south about It degreea weal lo a while
oak tree near the residence of John Baits,
and IhroiiKlt l he premise of the heira ol Ste
phen Halt., deceased, as id Inst mentioned
.nint being tha tenninna ol said road, and be
Ing in Clintou township Vinton county, Ohio.
MANY rETlTlOMCB.
July 17,1873.
AnORW VOI R HOMKN with Ihe new
Chn.mo "Awake" and " Asleep." Sells
like wildtire. The pairaent lor 60 cents A
large discount lo anenta. Address W. F. Car
penter. Koxboro, Mass.
t h fi PrT w"k ,n CANII to agents. Ev.
iJ)tJerjlhinn lur-iished and expenM paid.
A. tXiULTEK CO., Charlotte, Mich.
MflMCV'"'"'' "")"''" th 'tencil and key
lYlUnCT check omnia. Catalogues and
lull purtivulara KRKE. 8. M. Bpxacm, 117
Hnnniver e)t Boston.
We cure the habit per.
imanently, cheap, quick,
without Mattering or in
convenience, fescrtba
yourciise. AddreS. O.
AKMl rii'Wti, M. l,
Berrien 8nng,Mii:liiKJn
EATERS.
We will insert an advertisement oi one inch
space one mouth iu 7 J tlrst-clnaa Ohio
Papers fur
For list of pnpers in other Ftales. addres
GEO. H. ROW ELI. A C '., 41 Park Row, N.Y.
r.EM) FOll THE
ADVERTISR'S GAZETTE
A book of 144 pngea, showii.g how, when end
wnere to auveriie, anu containing s usi m
ncailv :),tJu newp.ipera, with much olhr in
formation ot intercut lo advertisers. Address
;.:. P. KOWEI.tcV CO.,41 Park How,
New York.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emiuitt Huuse,
SlirecUcngaiiNt'd Old Stand,
CfflLUCOTHE, OHIO,
MANLFACTURIill AND DEALER IN
Fino Gold JewohTe
A rod In for
American and Foreign Watches.
Klfc-ln Walclm
I'. . W.
ll-ward '
Wll hum "
h.ii.ii-lirl.l '
N Y. "
Hui-s
KnulUll
(i. nis' Chains
Killaoo "
t'pra "
Ikittlln
rVth 'I honias Clix-ks,
Witfiiberg "
Ttrry '
O ld 8etls
Ilio.oud "
IVarl "
JhI "
tlnrnct
Xuk laces "
ItaCrld'S M
Tins anil Htiiiti
1'iiir ltnt:ous
Tliimhli-s
Hair Jewelry
Plclili-lfl
hilver Ware
I sled Wats
iuc Cutlery
Agents for
SADIE & TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITAIILE FOll
B2IDAL k BIETHDAY PRESENTS
ttftodd mnHA to onJpr nn'l repninnjr done hv
rftrpful workmrn. No p&tni Phr( Inr en
gnmrig vnotlM bought at thin erthibliMimeni.
ALLENSVTLLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON. HOUSTON & CO.
PBOPRIETOES.
HAVINfl filled up our machinery in drat'
claa style, we are prepared to do
CAEDINQ, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most worKipnn
like manner. We have no hand and lor sale
at our factory, a good supuly of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Buch as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we wiil aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
ruiaior wool.
HOUSTON, DILLON O,
Aileosville, Viutoa 0 , 0.
Sjun
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
Ul'iAL ESTATE
IN pursuance of an order of the Trohale
Court of Vtn'oo County, Ohio, 1 will otter
for sale at public auction, on me
5th DAY OF JULY, 1873
at 2 o'clock. P. M.i at the Court House at
M'ARTHUR
the following described real estate situate
said eounlv. via.:
One niece or paicel of land, (wing part mid
die north-east quarter of section thirtv-three
(.til tuwrn-hiu eleven, (II) range seventeen
I7) containing seventy-six acres more or less
and annraieed at ti.jtau.
And one other piece or parcel ot land, being
thenonli el quartet ol the norlli-eaetquar
ter ol -eclion number thirty-four, (31) town
ship eleven, ( I) innga seven teen, (17) except
ing two and a half acres in the sotuh.eaal
comer, containing thirty-nine acres more or
lers, aod appraised at I7W.
TERMS OF SALE.!
One-third in hand, tme'thtrl Is one year,
and one third in two years Irom the day
sale, with interest.
cured bv Inorliouie on 111 . relnl.es sold,
III" .Jiiiu,i w ri SO
Administrator, with the will annexed,
John Wymau, deceased,
J" -: "
L,e.v 1 w 1 siani.
nmiM
mm
Ua
S. F, CRAWSER,
PIAMDEN. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Uarne9, Saddles,
lirldlei, Halleri,
U lils, rpur, Trace
Chains. Hames. ahd all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the pnnlie generally are Invit
ed lo call and examine my stock aod pu
ces. I make aood hone-t wprk, "'
last slock, and stll al the very lowest pneta.
repaIeing
and roanufactunna; done to order, and all
Work Warranted as Represented,
C. J. BILLINGHURSTj
PHOTO GHAPHEH,
and dealer in all ktnda of
PICTURES
ALBUMS,
FRAMES,
PICTURE-CORD,
PICTURE-NAILS,
COPYING
careful!, dne, and the smallest pictures
eoiargi-d to any sua, and
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA IX K,
or any other at) Id Iliat nmy be desired, at the
LOWEST RATES.
I.nrce and finely fltiMicd I'Uotoairnphs
rnu be iiiude Irom old uud ludcd, or
arratrlit-d picture.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
ami nil worlt warranted lo filvo jntisfnellon.
Imay lt7J
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
dndsof
FU15N1TUHE,
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.
runs iiokto.N,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
McARTHUR, O.
7marlli7.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rlHE-'Chewera' Choice, is now Inking the
I lead ol all other Kranrls. Hriht in color.
pleasant in taale, tough and hixtlni; in chew,
this loliacco nossesxea everv atlalitv to suit
chewers, and sella hy the in pound bucket
fnllv luccneaper per pound, than nny other
hrsnd of Ihe same grade and iierhips leas
qilKlll v. lull buckets nfthia celeliraled hrsnd
Have iwen soiu in i.iiiincmiie atone within
the last two months, nnd trnda still tni-rena.
lug. "Try It" BCHiKKfKK A KKAMtiK
Chillicoihe, Ohio, are the MMiiiifHcturera'
stents and sell at lowest Factor j Prices.
wmay ism
S. T. BOCiCESS,
UCMUllM' DISGUST,
Jackson, C. H.f Ohio.
Can al all times be found at hia office.
T hi bT 11 FX'I UAOTE1)
Absolutely without pnin. snd will) perfect
aaieti, oy me usa oi
LAUGHING GAS.
ttmay 1873.
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To sel 1 our new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE.
A true picture of scenes In the late civil war,
oena stamp- lor circular.
W. 1. HOLLAND A CO.,
SpriiiKfteld, Mass, or Chicago, III.
FA It IU. FOR MALE.
''HE Jenmnos ratm.
1 one mile north -west
of Hamden, adoinin
farm of Hon.T. M. Bav,
eonuininc 180 acrea, VM acrea in grasa aud
of balance in timber, A new two-torv frame
- I nOUf, I
harn. smoke house and other necesss.
ry out-hones are among Ihe imprnvemenls.
1 ll A arm 1 1 ml w I wll wntrri. I.nnin.
of and everything connected with it in good re
. I pair. Kor further Informsilon inquire of
' K. 8. WILCOX UwacUo, Ohio,
atklEji
Dry Goods
MAY 8tB, 1873. -
m
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILLICOTim Om '.
IS no reolnnit lh lnret and moat altracti
ive stock he liaa ever opened.
Especial Attention
Invited to his Superior Assortment;-.
DRESS GOODS
New Fabrics and Beautiful Styles;
In His Department
ON
Second street,
ia OFKRRKU
A large Stock of Hosiery & Gloves. .
LACE SAQUES and LACE POINTS '
BIBBOITS;
LADIES and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PARASOLSand CORSETS
LaceGoods and mbroiderici"
CARPKTING- !
In new ratlerna,
Oil Clot liS,Itui7iind Itlattlns
AT CINCINNATI PPICEH.
R. D. N.lf Att a'.-
TIIK PAHLOIt ( O.tlP.tSII0SI.-Kv:
eiy iaiy Wrtn.a t.iie I Every man wanta one f
fent on rei-end of ten cents. Ad.lvrsa 1 ,!';
UVlJE CU. lt5 Heveutn Avenue, ew York.
I mil l 1873 nin
tiik xew i:i.asti: tiiinh. Aft
imjiurhiirf iwrstiou. It retmns the rupture at
all niiica. nul unci or In h:inlc.t exercise or
severcxt rlrain. It is worn wilbcouiHH't, ami
if kept on niuhl and day, hVctn ermanvn
cure in a few weeks, bidd cheap, and aent hy
Inuil when rei'teled. circlihira hee, when or
ilcied lv Idler sent In I he Klaslin Truss t'.n:.
Ho. lia Hrnadwry. N. V. City. Nnlxwlyui.es
mcliil i-irinii triihHes; loo puiuliil; tin y slip
nil ton trc..ieiilly. Imytia.
FOR ALL WIIOAKK WILLING T' WORK
Any person, old or youim, ol ellh-i sex,
ma luiike Irmii Sin lo 81 per week, t hoinn
or in cniineciinii with otltcr luiKine.-ts. Want
ed ty al . fi.liiiMc In cither city orcemitiy.
an' any seainn of the vviir. 'I his is a luift
iip.iortiiliily for Ihni-e who lira out ot work,
snd out c( money, lo innke nn independent ,
Iiviiik. No cufiiriil heuiK reipiireu Our
pnmplilet, 'How lo Mnke a Living," uivinit
I ill inelrtii lmn, sent on receipt of I" cents,
AdilrcHv, K IH'lt lUiSi Ci.,.Morri3.-i'Dii,Wcl
Chester Co., N. M. Imjiiai
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
,7?v-ii!.:Vr,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marbld
AMI
SCtTCII GHAiTE JHSM'liEMS
ALL Ivlxii.S OF
RAVE-YARD WORK
IVutly iiinl pruiiiptlv exu utiil.
Mulberry St.,l)et'u ccoi.d 4 Voter
Cliillittilliv Out.
1 snpcrii lend iirl iiiy own ivarR ill prrnn.
t xpci'Ic nil tlii-ihi f liCKiun-. ie I he tie.-t
nriti'i ml. imil run ml ho niuteiMild. I', rum
x mine w r!, rti'Vk ami i.iicts, Lcloie iiink .
imi'iih nny worlt in mv line arc inviled !
nu ciMtirm-i.
I per-oini!lr snpciinti ml Ihe P:.n-f'ul sfttuiir
up id -inn a nnd inulinuu'iil, bnul.t Hi In;
Mil' I Mllllflll.
Hv liiimix nt tin' shea van will Mire from lj
' pcri-eut, pmd to nu tits. Vlnpi73 .
11.11. 1UUJJDI,
S itlAIDUK i. am:, .y.
1MPOHTKR
AND DKALKKlST
Foreign and American
WATERS
JEWELRY,
TUTrt f nil TVT af Aninla
SI V V M AlA UIVVAXUtAB)
vvatcn Makers'
Tools, Etc.
f Hit Wtitcli CascM nml nlrl (iold abd Silver
uiiniilil.
ORD15K8 SOLICITED.
J!l"prlH7S
The Beat and Cheapest
WHITING INSTRUMENT
UOJBtrF
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS.
Circulars Sent Freew
GOLD PEINTS BEPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY .No. 119 WE8T4tbkt.
OIKTOHSTNATI,
I5may 1873
T1TANTEH, ajents snd peddlers for our
lame, jellies, herbs-, vezetablea, lard, tallow,
meals, cheese, AV. Over 60,fou sold in a
few localities. Bells quick. ' Every fomily
wants it. ewinx Machine and other estab.
In-tied agent are finding this very profHatyp.
Circulars fiee; l.ittlelleld and litms, lint
Washington street, Boston, Mass. ImajSw
nON-TON F1.IKTATIUH 810NAL8,.
Sent or, leoeint ot V ct. Unique printing
and publishing Bouse, 36 Veaey street. New
York. lmvam
,
Tbe BerRwIiti 120 Pasall Rewl Ma
chine, en 30 llaye Trlulj nisny advantag.
am n ... . all kma.lui.ln.i. n J .li.
- lefunded. Kent complete.wilb full directions.
I Perkwith Sewing MaohiBSCo,. W2 Breadwsv.
1 lmyas7
B.SMRT

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