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,0BL1SHID ITIBT THOBSDAT 0iWO,
j. w. owt!, iditob in raevaiavon.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY
OFFICE In Dodgt't Building, over SretlanJ $
Btore, corner Main and locuet Street, Eatt
of the Court Ilotu.
For Terms, Jto., see 4ih Page
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO:
THTTBBHT,
. OTTOEE SI, 1887
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
lias the largest circulation of any pa
per in Vinton County. Advertisers and
others will please make a note of this.
Notice to Campaign
Subscribers.
"We vrould like to have all our
campaign subscribers renew
their subscriptions for a year,
the terms being only $1,50,
"We Tvill continue to tend the
papers to all until we are no
tified to discontinue them.
F.verv campaign subscriber
can afford to pay the small sum
of $1,50 a year for hi county
75
paper,
or
cents for six
.months, or $1
& yar at Post
Office wher
got up.
lubt ferrt
Look at the Vote! "VVe moan the
Tote for Judgo Thurman, the Demo
cratic candidate for Governor. The
table we publish this morning con
tains the official vote of all the coun
ties. Judge Thurman's vote in the
State is 240,622. This is .not only
27,016 more votes than were ever
civen to any Democratic candidato for
any office in the State, but only one of
the Governors elected in this State
prior to the present election received
a larger voto. Judge Thurman's vote
is 80,054 larger, than the vote which
elected S. P. Chase Governor in 1857.
It is 56,065 larger than the vote which
elect Wm. Dennison, jr., Governor in
1859. It is 33,625 larger than the
vote which elected David Todd Gov
ernor in 1861. It is only 47,752 less
than the fraudulent voto which elected
Brough Governor by 100,882 in 1863.
It is 16.989 larcer than the vote which
1 Qf.fi
eieu.uu uuiiuiiti wa uyyui uyi w
-by a majority of 29,936, and it is
.' - . -
56,307 larger than the vote wbicn in
1862 elected the Democratic candidate
for Secretary of State by 5,560.
A most gratifying and encouraging
increaso is this in tho Democratic
vote, especially is this so when tho
fact is taken into consideration that
the Republican vote is at least 12,697
less than it was last year, while the
t nF Vir-fT. Tiflrfiflfl -.tyi1. in Arl Tract
8,3G2 more than the voto combined of
both parties given at any previous
election in Ohio.
Now, Democrafs, is there not stim
nlous enough in this grand vote a
vote that has given ns a majority in
each branch of the Legislature, through
which we shall elect a true and tried
Democrat to represent thointerests ot
White men in the United States Sen
ate to cause us all to adopt the deter-
mination to labor unceasingly for tho
comnloto political redemption of Ohio
and the Union? Ohio Statesman.
I
j
I
To be Contested. II. M. Onddr
donk has served notice on H. C. Jones
that he'intends to contest his election
to the Senate Jones' majority being
only 10 ! Let our friends in the sev
eral counties in the District, if they
knowof negro or illegal votes having
ben cast, Bend the facts to us or to
Mr. Ondeedonk, at Gallipolis.
For Fine Perfumery,
to Sisson's Drug Store.
The good work undertaken by the
"Washington Library Company of
' Philadelphia, for the endowment of
the Riverside Institute as a National
Home and College for tho orphans of
those soldiers who were fed at the No
ble National Refreshment Saloon of
that citv. crocs bravely on. That their
noble obiect may be roost surely ac
complished, they havo issued five series
of fine steel-plate engravings, one of
which is civen with every snare oi
stock sold, at prices much below their
retailue. ' In connection with this su
nerb inducement, every shareholder
is guaranteed a present In the great
distribution of $300,00U wortn. juany
of them are quite fortunes of them
selves. We notice that one is worth
as high as $40,000, another $20,000,
another $18,000, ono $10,000, one $5,
000. two $2,500 each, and a large
number ranging from $1,000 to $50
jfcb. .Bead Advertisement.
To the Public.
It is hardly necessary for us
to say that the well known es
tablishment of Dan. Will &
Bros, have perfected arrange
ments of the most thorough
character, by which they are en
abled to keep always on hand, as
they have now, a complete as
sortment of the most suitable
styles of all kinds of Goods at
lowr figures than any other
House in the county.
Go and see and you will see
that we are correct.
OFFICIAL VOTE OF OHIO.
THTBMAS. HATIS.
A!oml
Allen
2300
1982
2624
2446
1377
1701
7.718
3971
4260
4886
1289
2169
2113
8737
1628
2919
2619
3497
7436
3243
1855
2311
19E9
3940
1643
7255
1148
1902
CS0
1857
2052
18437
2509
1770
1660
1544
2885
2129
2988
2273
1821
2202
2811
830
2258
4441
1237
1807
2858
1633
2002
1944
1688
2185
2323
2810
3477
6282
1953
1801
4071
1873
1200
606
2090
2870
1770
2317
;187
2020
3691
3837
2834
2535
"8584
2393
4821
1274
2189
8483
1687
1408
1634
1905
8718
3704
1801
1800
2183
1737
2161
6061
2698
925
3412
'2407
2800
1634
Ashland
Ashtabula
Athens
Auglaise
Belmont
Brown
Butlor
Carroll
Champaign
Clark
Clermont
Clinton
Columbians
Coshootou
.1023
3290
3246
2634
4237
2102
1864
9673
2588
1009
2727
2480
2056
1733
Crawford
Cuyahoga
Darke
D. fiance
Delaware
Erie
Fairfield
Fayette
Franklin
Fulton
Oallia
Geauga
Greene
Guernsey
Hamilton
Hancock
Hardin
Harrison
Henry
Highland
4600
1902
2001
2654
8615
2549
19961
2172
', 1770
2112
955
2881
1179
-957
3683
1851
2969
2814
2392
2009
3138
2516
4095
3844
1515
2898
1377
22t
2773
698
8352
1111
. 5602
2408
2240
4315
2009
808
671
1680
1882
973
3342
2422
972
30C8
2889
2201
2327
2739
1350
4669
3942
4525
2746
2128
1408
1302
3638
3722
3313
2199
2420
1600
Hocking
Holmes
Huron
Jackson
Jefferson
Knox
Lake
Lawrenoe
Licking
Logan
Lorain
Lucas
Madison
Mahoning
Marion
Medina ,
Meigs
Mercer "
Miami
Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan
Morrow
Muekingu
- L 1
o'
Ottrwa
Paulding
Perry
Pickaway
Pike
Portage
Preble
Putnam
Richland
Ross
Sandusky
Soioto
Senecft
-stark
Summit
Trumbull
Tuscarawas
Union
Van Werl
Vinton
Warren
Washington
Wayne
Williams
Wood
Wyandot
Total
240,622 243,605
..243,605
240,022
Haves....
Thurman..
Hayes' majority
2,983
For tlifchler't nerb Bitten
So Sisson's Drug Itore.
Teach the Women to Save.
There's the secret 1 A saving woman
ot the head of a familv ia the verv
best saving bank yet established one
who receives deposits daily and
hoiwly with no costly machinery to
mannp-o it. The idea of savincr is a
pleasant one, and if the women would
imbibe it at once, they would cultivate
and adhere to it, ana tnus, wnen tney
were not aware of it, would be laying
the foundation of a competent securi
ty in a stormy time, and shelter in a
rainy-day. The woman who sees to
her own house, has a large ne.a to save
in. The best way to mane her com
prehend it is to keep an account of all
cirrent expenses. Probably not one
woman in ten has an idea of how much
are the expenditures ol herscll and
family. Where from one to two thou
sand dollars are exnended annuallv.
there is a chance to save something if
. M i f 1 -! XAil
the enor is oniy maae. uei tne
housewife take the idea, act upon it,
and she will save any dollars, per
haps hundreds, where before she
thought it impossible. Ohio Statesman.
The Republican papers told ns be
fore, the election that a great many
nmnnrftt,B would vote for the amend
ment. We would liko for these gen
tlemen to tell us where the aforesaid
votes are. Of course they always tell
the truth.
For Ayer's Ittedicinef,
Cf.ll t Bision'l Drug Store.
The Road to Fortune.
Farmers, mechanics, and "ill
other classes of laboring men,
who read their county newspa
pers, generally expect to find
tho local columns, at least, fill
ed with valuable reading mat
ter which to them will be both
interesting and beneficial, but
instead are frequently "bored"
with dry "puff" of Eastern
swindling lottery concerns, &c.
"We have always avoided pub
lishing any thing of the kind.
Always having an eye to the
interests of our readeri, we pub
lish nothing in this line but
what will really benefit them.
"VVhen we recommend the house
of J. K. Will to poor men,
who wish to purchase Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, &c, and wish to
get a good article at a low-
price, we do it because we posi
tively believe they can save
money by purchasing of him.
Lost. A Draft on May & Euthen
burg, Cincinnati, O., payable to tho
ordorof J. W. Meade, for $990,00.
Any ono finding tho same will please
send it to B. v7.KE-CH,Esq.,IIamden,
Ohio. Payment on the draft has been
stopped.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE.
Wi are in receipt of this pepular Lady's
Mag aiino for December. It is a beaut if u 1
number, eulte "abend of the field." This
nagasiie, in oonseqwenee of its merit and
cheapness, had, in 1867, a larger circulation
than all other La&ie Magazimt combined. In
1888 it will be greatly i-opieved : the reading
matter mill be mcreated, and IaOU hcmbbeb
WILL OONTAI A DoVBLE-SlXI SlEEL FASIUON
Puts, elegantly colored, and a Colored
Patter in Berlin Work. Peterson" is re
ally the cheapest in the world; ana every
body ought to labiorike for it, Tho terms
will remain $2 t year to single euksoribera
lo clubs it is cheaper etui, Tit; Me etpies
for $8.00, eight copies for $12.00, or fourteen
copies for $20,00, To every ipersoa getting
up a dab (at these rates) the Publisher will
lead aa extra eopy gratis.
Speoimeat sent fif written fori to thoio
wishing to get up olabs.
Address, poet-paid, Chariot J. Potertoa
306 Chestnut Stret, Philadelphia, Pa.
Knitting Machine. James Ma-
lone, ot McArthur, is Agent lor
Lamb's Family Knitting Machine.
We havo seen this machine in opera
tion, at the residence of Mr. Malone,
and it is a success. It will knit more
than twenty articles of apparel. A pair
of socks can be knit in thirty minutes,
Our lady readers should call and see
this machine.
The Court of Common Pleas com
menced on Tuesday last. Next week
wo will publish proceedings of the
Court.
For Ture Drag and .Tied-
i cues, go to Sisaoa's Drug Store.
The distillery of Samuel Workley
& Co., of Chicago, was seized on Sat
urday, by Unitod States agents, to
gether with a considerable quantity
of high wines, which, it is claime
have been put into market without
paying the tax. xno aistiuery is so
constructed as to emorace a Becret
spring connecting with ono of the dis
charge Dines,! mpon touching which i
prime quality or vinegar issues, while
the distillery itself is actually running
high wines. It was the custom when
the revenue agent called for invest!
gation, to touch this spring and offer
vinegar instead of high wines. Other
devices tor deceiving the inspectors
are known to exist.
The Virginia Conservative glorifies
powerfully over the elections. We
give poetic as well as proso specimens
of its rejoicings:
Hark from the tombs, a doleful sound
Mine tit attend the ory;
Ye lying Rods, cone view the ground
Where you must shortly lie.
"The saw-log of public opinion is
rolling over the rotten apple oi .Kaai-
cahsrn.
The obituary notices ot the Demo
cratic party, that Ecpublica editors
have been publishing for several years,
will prove pleasant reading in the
lie-lit of our recent victories. "The
Democratic party is dead," they sonor
ously sang. Well, it has had a grand
old wake. .
Postmaster General .Randall,
whose relations with the President
have been a matter of discfission late
ly, puts himself explicitly on the
record, in a letter published in the
National Intelligencer a lew days ago
Mr. Randall denonnceB tho impeach
ment resolutions of the Wisconsin Re
publican Convention, and maintains
that if Congress had not interfered,
the policy of the Administration would
have resulted in the representation of
all of all tho States in the south by
loyal men. 1 v , ' . .
Seventv-bix thousand applications!
for additional bounty under the late
bounty act are still in tno second Au
ditor's office, awaiting the proper evi
dence to secure their settlement by the
Pay Department. , .
ForStriclly Pure White
Lead at Cincinnati Prices,
Go to Sisson's Drug 8tore.
Notice.
ALL persons (ire hereby w!irne not in irusv, em
ploy, or harbor my two sons, Richard Bolar Riul
Aichibald Bolur. Those offending tijninst this no
tice will be prosecuted ty me Recording to law.
Atlensville, Ohio, October',!, 11WT 3w
j. i. ill i nit in (a:.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
One Door East Dan. Will it Bro'a Store,
TIMES OF HOLDING
COURTS
In the Seventh J udicial District
of Ohio, for the Year 1868.
The State of Ohio,
Vinton County, j
GEORGE LAN! Z, Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, within and for aid County and Suite
aforesaid, do hereby certify that I he following order
i truly taken nnu correctly cop eu rrom ine journal
or kiu Lotirt, lo-wit: ,
ORDERED. That the Common Fleas and District
Courts of the sever..! Counties of the Seventh Ju
dicial District of Ohio, for the year 1808, be fixed
3 follows:
DISTRICT COURTS.
"Washington, April 9; .
Meigs, April 13 ;
Gallia, April 17;
Lawrence, April 20;
Scioto, April 23;
Pike, April 27;
Perry, September 1 ;
Fairfield, Septembcr'3;
Hocking, September 7;
Athens, beptember 10;
Vinton, September 14;
Jackson, September 17.
COMMON PLEAS COURTS.
Firtt Suhdivition,
Perry, February 11, May 12, Octd
ber 6.
Fairfield, February 18, May 19, Oc
tober 13.
Hocking, March 9, Juno 8, Novem
ber 2.
Second Suldiviiion.
Lawrence, February 11, May 12,
September, 29.
Scioto, March 10, June 2, Novem
ber 10.
Vinton, March 10, June 16, Novem
ber 17.
Jackson, February 25, May 25, Oc
tober 13.
Pike, Eebruary 4, May 4, Septem
ber 22.
Third Suldiviiion.
Gallia, February 7, May 1, Septem
ber 25.
Moigs, February 17, May 11, Octo
ber 5.
"Washington, March 2, May 25, Oc
tober 19.
Athens, March 23, June 15, Novem
ber 9. '
JOHN P. PLTLET, 1 Judge 1
SILAS H. WRIGHT, Judicial
E. A. GUTflRIG, Dittrictof
W. W. JOHNSON, J (Mi'o.
September 16, 1867.
Ia Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
my name and affixed the al of smd
IL. S. Court, at McArthur, tlin I8th day of Oc
tober, A. I). 1807.
GEORGIA LA.NTZ, Clerk .
Ooteber 31, 18C7-4W
TO 00H3UMPTIVE8,-Kcv. Edward A. Wilson
will send (lice ot charge) to all who desire it, the
piescription with the directions for t aking and
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured of
lung affection and that dread di.e consumption.
His only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hopes
every sufferer will try this prescription, as it will cost
ething, and mav prove a blessing. Please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. Ml South Second Street, Williamsburg, K. York.
MaT2,lU7 -It
AWAYWITH
SPECTACLE
OLD ETBS MADE NIW
MetVy without doctor
iedmnet. Sent post
paid on receipt of
ents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
116, Lexington- Avenue,
Corner East 28th Street,
New York.
AWAY WITH
IM COM FORT ABLg
TKDSSE8.
Comfort and curt for
Ruptured.
Sent post paid on receipt
of 10 cents. Address
Dr. X. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 28th St New
Tork.
CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION
For tbi MasriedI :
Sent Free in sealed en
velope, on receipt Of
ents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
(author of Medical Com-
jnon Sense Book, : 400
pages, $1,60, sent by mail.)
Ho. liu Lexington Avenue
Cor. of East 28th St, N.
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r 81 Nassau St., N. Y.
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A Trt atise on Dofness, Catarrh. Consumption and .
fo ioer; the r onuses, min oi V,
1 1 .mate cure. By .Pnpil ot the Academy of Medi
cine, Paris. Sent toany address for 10 cents. -Letter
horn Kobt. MoMurdy, I) DLL.D.. Grand
Prelate of Grand Encampment oi u. o.,
the "National Freemason:" ,.,., . .
Nnw York. bept. ii vs.
rolGraci Church Hoepilal, . Alexandre, V..,
dur.na the War. 1 frequently, aimoei aiu.7, m
S. Tieited this Hospital. d had every mean,
of knowing his reputation for ",1c,I.cnV1"lVmMen
It was of the most credible character, and is success
in the treutment ol patients w remarkable. kow.
UcMUUiY.
ORGANIC VIBRATOR.
I, (tl. I.,, mr iunn IinrOPUtfl) C. rcmoveo iii3-
ing noises n the head, and enaf.les deal peons w
ii .., ..hr..l, unH nub icafsemblie-. llns
instrument mil often produce results al.no. u'
lous, and indeed in most cscs of long anditi dea -i,
ir,n relinvn in a shott time. It may be au-
J.!d "!'!" TrfLSr.ISi.. a. 31 East Wash-
uton Place. University Buildmjp, N. ., 1
except Tuesdays, when lie will be at nis rooni
rmc Street, Plniaueipnin, ra. i
FALL AND WINTER
JDJEZTZ. GOODS I
AT
E. D. DODGE'S
CHEAP STOEE,
IN
MAIN STREET,
McARTHUR, O
I HAVE just received a large and well selected
stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, 4o.,
which ere purchased in the Ens-tern citien Toroash,
durid the decline in prices, winch I win sen as
LOW AS THE LOWEST.
I have all the latest styles of
TVpsq Goods ani Plain and
Fancy Goode,
White floods. Loses, ltmbroiderios,
Table Linens, Towelins, Bliawls,
Balmoral Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Hoslf ry,
Gloves, Muslins, 4o. &o.
A lice end complete ast-ortmtnt of
MEN & BOY'S CLOTHING
33oote cto JSlaoos.
. ...ii .-.. r oil kinrlanrNDTIONS.
I will not be undersold by any House in thi8market.
Oct. 10, 1107 ly E. D. LOLGJ-.
$1,000,000 in Watches
FOR BALK ON TUB FuPDLAR
Q1VING ErKKT PATRON A
...,. nr. -..!.
TT !.. uiior.i nj U I I'll
jnauUHOino auu 5"u'u "
T i i a11m
For the low Woe of Ttn Dollars,
WITHOUT REGARD 70 VALUE Ij!
. i e i ..:HrnAwn
And not W8 paic lor naiess penwuj omwimjri
100 Solid Cold Uun'g Watches $2r,.to $1.0001
100 MarioCa iOold watches, 200 to
100 Ladies Walches, enameled, 1O0 to
200 Gold Htm'e Chrun'er W 'bis.250 to
200 Oold Buo ir.g V.u. Levers, 2H0 to
300 Oold do Duplex Watches, 150 to
300 Oold do Am'can Wat'hes, 100 to
600 Silver Hunting Levers, 60 to
600 Silver Hunting Snploxts, 75 to
500 Gold Ladies Watches ou to
1.000 Oold Huttiig Lepines 60 to
1.000 Miseollaaeous Sll'r Wat'he SO to
100
CO
75
2 500 Hunting Silver Watohes
25 to
5.000 Asoorted Wa'hes.all kinds 10 to
tGr Ever Batron obtains a Wateh by this
arrnniemant. costinar but 910, While U may
bo wortU $1,000. No partiality showi.JBI
csfaJ'e l inhaled
Holders are entitled to the articles wimeu on their
?.rtTfi".es upon payment of 'I en Dollars, whether
it be a Watch worth l,(KX) or one worthless. 'Hie
return of ay ol our certificates entillee you to the
arlieUs nanuu upoii me paj '"'"
,i. .ik rl ax no nrticle valued Irss '
named ou any certificate, it will at c ne ts
that this is
No Lottery, but a ttraighlforward Ugitmate
. r ... " i . ,,i;,il
iramacHwn, - r
tun by ine mou janmwm i
A single certiflcato will be sent by mail, post paid,
upon r..ipt uf.-. cents, for SI. 11 for $J, : and
elegant niwuiutn for 5, en end mote vjtwhle pre
uuin for SIO, nod 100 and most sui ert. watch for IIS.
To Agents, er ihose wiaUiuu emHoyMient, this is
rare upportuniv. I is a legitimately innducied bus
iness, duly aulhorised by the Gnvemment, and open
to the most careful scrutioy. T is!
WMGllT, BHO. f CO., Jnfrtirt,
j.mj 161 Broadwag, Acw Tork.
Largest Bok Agency in tliw Vast.
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ea
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tured. Will not corode. They are endorsed by some
of the best business men in the country, men who
1nr.u. uh.t a irnod nen is. Trsveling scents wanted
to introduce the GOLDEN PEN throughout
West, and also other saleable ,artic'es. Two slies.
No. 1 for general use; No t, extra fine points, lorla
dies' nse. They are put up in neat slide boxes, 'each
box containing 13 pens. Price 26 cents per box.
Hent, post-paid, to any address on receipt oi price,
Money remnnea, nine y u"
Adress M. V. B.COWKN,
i not give satisfaction.
aFaetbe. Indiana.
Jur e 'i7 U7-Sa
C-A-UTIOIN".
ALL persons are hereby eautloeed not to purchase
any one of six Promisory Notes four of them
lorTwo Huhdred Dollars each, with interest;
due October 1st, H67; one Octoberlst. 18D8; one Oc
tober 1st, 1869; one October 1st, 1870; all of which
are dated Ootober 1st, 1848, and drawn In favor
George H. Piles and signed by Eli Nelson. Tke oth
er two for One Hundred Dollars eaoh, with interest;
one due October 1st, 1800, and having a credit upon
it tor about Twenty Dollars; the other due October
let, 1870; both of which are dated October 1st, 1N6,
and drawn In fevorol George H. Piles and signed
William Rawiings. .
Baid Notes having been lost on the Bin day of Oc
tober, 1887, near Pratlsvllie, in Vinton eonnty, Ohio
and my Interest thereon ej$"$
OUU
300
800
250
200
260
160
250
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PHILADELPHIA
SUBSCRIPTION ONE III LAB.
9300,000 Presents to EoWiilti''.
One CasKProsentof MO M.
OofrCash Present of $20.1 IU
One Cash Preient of $U'.(,).
One Cash Preseot of 1 U
Two Cash Presents of ?2,it0 s.t
Read full Schedule of rrtsenU 1'tl.m.
Each certificate of stock is aceonpaE:i:
BEAUTIFUL STEEL I L. K
ENGRAVING,
Worth Mors si Retail than lie CmI
Certificate,
And also insures (to the holder t
Present in the Great Diatributit
The Washington Library Comp&uy
la chartored by the Ptate of Pennsjltenia, i -cnnizedinaidoftlve
Jliverside Institute
For Soltliert' and Sailort' Orphan,
Ucorporateil by tho State of N. 3.
April 8, 1807.
THE mVEttSIDlTlNSTlTUTE,
Situate at Riverside, Burlington county, New
Jersey, is founded for the purpose of gvuix
ilouBly eduonting the sons of dfcenstd SoUi
iers and Seamen of tho United Slates.
The Board of Trustees consists of the fol!oiri
well-known citisens of Pennsylvania and IVcw Jrse) :
Hon. William Mann, x L.
Distrirft Attorney, Philadelphia, Fa.
Hon. Lewis R. Broomall,
Ex-Chief Coiner U. S. Mint, and Reeordu
of Deeds, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. James M. Soovol, New Jersey.
Hon. (V. W. Ware, New Jersey.
Honry Gorman, Esq.,
Agent Adams' Express, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. E. Coe, Esq ,
Of Joy, Coe & Co., Philadelphia.
Tskascrt DtfASTMRNT, Washington, D. C, April
18, 1807. Office of Internal Revenue: Having rrceiv
ed satisfactory evidence that the proceeds ot the en
i... nriuA conducted bv the WnshinKlon Library Com
pany will be devoted to charitai.le uses, perniifsion
is hereby granted to said compacy to conduct, such
entcrpn.e enempt from all charge, whether from
special tax or other duty. E. A. ROLLINS,
r Commissioner.
The
Wnalilngfon
Coninanr.
Library
In order that the benevolent object set forth inthle
1 ein.il ar mav Do successiiiiiy accompli. neu, xia.e is-
lar may do successnuiy accompli. neu, xia.e is-
riea of Fine bteel-nlate EneravniKS, which
- - .. ,.-.! .
, sued i
are nut on subscription at prices mucn feiow ineir
are P"" Corti'aPateg olSit0tik in t,e Washington
; Library company will be issued, stamped with ihe
i ,,, U1 11 "'"""j j
None others are geimine.j
Any tlU"A "
lug ine same iu w. .uv. - -
inimediulely a fine Steel Piute Eugraviu fr, at
ohoice from tho following li-t, and Odo Cer.
tiScateof Stock, insuring Ono Preseuli
our published schedule.
Oni Dollar ingratingi.
No l-"My ChiM! Aly Childl" No -310
"They're Savsdl" No 3 "Old Seventy-six j
or, the Early Days of the Revolution '
1 Anv rerson puyin2 Two Dollun will
ceivs either of the Steel flutes, at cluice, sod
Tw Certificates of Stoek, thu l.couit-g un
titled Two Pr.ants.
Tiso Dollar Emramnat. . '
Ne.I-"Wasliington's Courtship." No. -"Hl
inlUi' Last Intel t:ew with Ins Mother."
I Three Dollar Engratiuge.
: Thi.e eorujeaf. of etock. b.coming n,tl.d
1 hree nesems.
Four Dollar AfrMm.
Any person paying Kour Dollars shall receive o
Rrt ,nd liesutilul meet flale of 'The Krils ot CM
nni-i
Fin Dollar Ergravingi.
Any persoe who pays five Dollar, shall rsoelve
the large and spleinlid steetPlaleof "'ihe Siairian
of rocaiionwe, ana rivecenincaiee m now, law
, tling thnn te Kive I'resei is.
'I'll engravings and cartificat-s will be delivanl
to each subscriber at our Local Agcncia, oi art
y mail, cost paid, or express, as may be ordered.
TE WAISIMttTOM LIBHA4T 0?4T
Will ewasd Tiie Hundred Thoutead Dollata
IN PRESENTH
To the Shrenoldr.
0 Wedsosday, 8ih of January di,
At PEitladclpkla, Tr ,
Or at the Imtitute, RiverMe, N. J.
BCUEDULS 01 PBS8SNT.
1 Cash Present
1 Cash Present
1 Cask Present
fto.coa
20,000 '
10.000
,000
l,00f
1 Cash Present
1 Cash Presents of $2,600
1 Handsosio Country Residence,
Stable, Grounds, Ac, Uernmn
town, Philadelphia
1 Double Hesidence, three-story
' briok, Catiden N. J.
1 Coal Depot, Offices, Sheds,
Ground, ii)i huaiuens establish
ed, Ne 1311 Washington Avenue
Phiadelphia
1 Country Residenee, Riveraide,
N J. wilh Oround. Fruits, io.
1 Three-story eottiige. lot, Ao.
25 Valuable building lots, K.ver-Me, f 300
each,
1 Elegant Turnout .'anily cnrriage.span of
horses, llariie-s, complete,
10 Va liable Building Lots, Iiiver.ide, !30C
each
1 Heautifiil silver-gray horse, 16 hands
high' sired by the celebrated imported
Arabian Horse, 'fialirili;" also, a light
Poad Wagon, weight 140 pounds, with set
of superior single harness, ic, making a
first-class establishment,
30 Pianos, iiOO each
2U Melodians, 2i0ea5h
8 Rosewood sewing machines, 1 200 each
ltCt
H.(X(
10,004
6.000
i.coe
.m
a,uoo
6,000
lo.ooo
4.600
1,000
10 Family sewing machines, oiuu each
gmaonines, iuo each 1.000
60 Fine void watches, two hundreil dollurs each 10.000
100 Oil Paintings, by leading artists -aggro
gate value 10,000
S Camel's Hair shawls, one thousand dol lars
each
i Camel's hair shawls, three thousand dol
Inn each
S Handsome Lace shawls, 25" each
10 Cashmere shawU, fifty dollars each
20 silk dress patterns, seventy-five dollaio
each
60 city building lots, V76 each
The remainder will consist ol silverware,
Musical Boxes, Optra Glasses, Pocket
Bibles, and different articles of orna
1,000
6,000
760
60S
1,100
1,760,
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ment and use, amounting to
:;t,eo
Total, J 300,081
AU tho properties given clear of incumbrance.
llow to Obtain Sharei and Engravingi.
Bend orders to us by mail, enclosing from oro tw
twenty dollars, either by Post Office orders or ins
registered lettor, at our risk. Lurgvr amounts
should be sent by draft or express.
10 shares with engravings $9 89
25 shares with engravings 23 60
60 shares with engravings 46 60
76 shares with engravings 69 00
100 shares with engravings . 80 09,
. Local Agonts wanted throughout Iho Uni
ted States.
The Association havo appointed aa ReceU
vers, Messrs. GEOR0B A. COOKE & CO.
whose well know integrity and business ax
perienoe will be a sfhoient guaiantco that
the money entrusted to tbem wilt be prompt
ly applied to the purpose stated.
Address all letters and orders to
GEO. A. COOKE & CO., Cinkeri,
S3 South Third Btreet,
Philadelphia, P.
Reeelvers for the Wuhingtea Llkiran ft.
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