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liSirthnJr North Uo ol-Malu Btrool, Ku-st i
3. W. UOUEN, Edltt. f
. . May 8, 1872,
Greeley Still at the Head.
Every since we can remem-
Icr, Horace Greeley, of New
York, has hernial the opposi
tion to the Democratic party,
and now a National Conven
tion Las placed him at the
lead of the ticket for the
highest office within the gift of
the people. Having construct
ed the Republican party, ho is
, the proper man to select to go
, forward to reconstruct aud
'. purify it. The thousands of
honest Republicans who assem
bled at Cincinnati well knew
that Greeley was the only
man in their ranks capable of
taking the field for the pur.
. pose of putting an end to the
corrupt and wicked Grant
, faction. Greeley is a mighty
. man, notwithstanding the fact
that he has but few relatives.
Greeley will not recieve the
support of the Democratic
party; he docs not expect it;
the Democratic party is not in
the slighest manuer committed
in tliA nr-tinn nf the convention
that nominated the founder of
the Republican party. As the
National Democratic Com
mittee meets in New York
City to day, we expect to an
nounce in our next paper the
time for holding the National
The Legislature adjourned
on Monday, April 29th, at 10
o'clock, until Thursday, Jan.
The Radical Legislature fail
ed to pass a law fixing the
time for holding an election for
delegates to the Constitutional
Convention. What do the peo
ple think of the acts of the
At the October Election the
voters of Vinton county will
vote for the following State,
District, and County officers:
Secretary of State, Judge of
Supreme Court, Member of
Board of Public "Works, Mem
ber of Congress, Common
Pleas Judge, (to fill the vacan
cy caused by the resignation of
Judge AV. AV. Johnson,) Clerk
of Court, Probate Judge, Sher
ill', Treasurer, Commissioner,
And at the November elec
tion for President and Vice
The Republican State ticket
recently nominated in Tennsyl
vania gives such general dis
satisfaction among the Repub
licans that many of them do
not hesitate to predict its de
feat at the October election,
even by a straight-out Demo
cratic ticket. There are fears
already of a serious holt, as
Forney has proposed that the
delegates selected by the Con
vention to the Presidential Re
publican Convention be thrown
overboard and a new set elect
ed. He declares' that the
present delegates are not men
of the proper character, and
that they were selected by a
ring of unprincipled party
managers, benator Cameron,
who is thus alluded to, pro
poses to denounce what he
calls Forney and his associates'
attempt to demoralize the
straight-out Republican ticket
Is it not a consoling thing to
know that under the present,
State Administration, there is
a deficit of over $000,000 in
the Ohio Treasury, and that
the Legislative Committees, in
order to meet it, propose to in
crease the taxes for the coming
vearV The men in power
would not dare to do this if
the taxes were to be paid be
fore the fall election. They
expect swindled people will
awake too late to the injury
that has been inflicted upon
them. We have always
thought it would bo a good
idea to have taxes paid just be
fore the people vote.
GREAT NATIONAL CONVENTION
GREAT NATIONAL CONVENTION GRAND MOVE OF THE LIBERAL
GRANT'S WORKS TO BE CAPTURED!
The White House for Rent
Thousands of Honest Republicans in
HORACE GREELEY FOR PRESIDENT!
BROWN FOR VICE
Every and Territory Represented
in the Convention!
The ereat National Conven
tion of Liberal Republicans
met in Exposition Hall, in
Cincinnati on "Wednesday,
May 1st, 1872, at 12 M., and
effected a temporary organiza
tion by tho election of Hon.
Stanley Mathews, of Ohio, as
temporary . Chairman, ana
George Ward' Nichols, . of
Ohio, George W. Talmer, of
New York, and Joseph Tul-
itzer, of Missouri, as temporary
Secretaries. It was undoubt
edly the largest political gath
ering of the kind that ever as
sembled in the United States.
Its proceedings were watched
ed for with intense interest by
men of all political parties.
We must here remark that
when the call for this conven
tion wa3 first issued by the
Executive Committeo of the
Missouri Liberal State Conven
tion, it was stigmatised and
ridiculed by the Grant organs,
as belonging to the '-day of
small things," yet in that
short space of time it has ac
complished wonders in chang
ing public opinion among the
honest masses of that party
asrainst the corrupt administra
tion of Grant and his horde of
thieves and cormorants, and in
favor of economy and reform.
As soon as it was discover
ed that the example of inde
pendence Bet by the Missouri
Republicans was being follow.;
ed by the Republicans'of other
States, the administration, with
it3 press and entire pack of
federal officials, were set upon
the originators of tho move
ment to hound them down for
daring to favor an honest ad
ministration of the affairs of
the Nation. Should the pro-
grame laid down in tho orig
inal call be carried out, the
Democrats will have the satis
faction of knowing that a
large portion of the intelligent
and honest men of tho Repub
lican party agree with them
on principles so long advocat
ed by the Democracy.
Good feeling prevailed
among all the delegates, and
the feeling against President
Tresent Taker Grant was im
On Thursday the several
Committees, appointed the day
previous, reported. Hon. Carl
Shurz, of Missouri, was made
pel mancnt presiding officer of
Delegates were prcscut from
every State and Territory in
tho United States. Every
Congressional District of Ohio
was rcpresoeted. Tho 11th
district was represented by D.
McFarland and John Wilhclm
of Scioto; U. Aleshire of Gallia;
William Baughman of Vinton.
Before the balloting com
menced a platform was adopt
ed which no Grant worshipper
can endorse. For want of room
we omit the address arftl plat
form uutil next week.
Tho ballots for President
and Vice President resulted as
Curt I ii. , ...
Necessary to a choice
Before the call for a second
ballot Pennsylvania withdrew
Adams '. Ml
. THIRD BALLOT.
714 vote oast necessary to oholcc,358.
Aititm son .
After nil changes,
A dama i
On motion of Gen. Casement,
of Ohid, the nomination was
made unanimous. .
A wilder scene of excitement
than that which followed the
announcement of Greeley's
nomination, cannot be imagin
ed. A dispatch was received
from him accepting the nomi
nation. The convention pro
ceeded to the nomination of a
candidate for the Vice Presi
dency, The ballots resulted:
Jlrown, Missouri 217
Julian, Indiana 1(,'
t'osslim M. Uuy, Kentucky 44
W Hiker, Wo.t Virginia MJ
Trumbull, Illinois 100
J. 1). tux, Ohio
Uenurul Si-.lirtvill, Now Jersey S I
Keuutor Tijiton, Nebraska 8
Total No. votes cast .
Necessary to a choice..
Trumbull declined to be a
candidate for Vice President
under any circumstances,
.1 ill hill
The nomination of Brown
was made unanimous.
A more harmonious Conven
tion was never held, and the
expression of opinion was hon
est and genuine, and was aided
by the arrangement made that
the nominations should be
general on a call of the States.
The State Divided into 15
Radical and Five Democratic
AN OUTRAGEOUS GERRYMANDER.
Almost the last thing done
by the Legislature was the
passage of the infamous Stan
ton Redisricting Bill, by
which the State is cut up into
au outrageous gerrymander,
the most scandalous ever en
acted in this country. Taking
the vote of last fall on Govern
or, this law provides for
15 Radical to 5 Democratic
Districts. A fair Apportion
ment would have provided for
11 Radical and 9 Democratic
Districts, but now the whole
Democratic strength of the.
State is . concentrated in only
live districts to the Radicals
fifteen. The rascality scheme
is condemned by the Liberal
Republicans and' Liberal Re
publican papers of Ohio, and
the Grant Republicans who
concocted and adopted it
should be condemned and rout
ed at the polls next fall. The
bill was passed by a strict
party vote, except in the
llouse, Williams and Wicker
man, voted with the Democrats
against it. Here is a list of the
counties as they are arranged
in districts so as to deprive
Democrats of their just rep
resentation in Congress:
First anil Second Hamilton.
Population, 200,770. ltepublicnn majority, 1,.
Third Butler, Warren, Clinton, Fayette, Cler
mont. Population, 130,053. Republican majority, 1,-
Fourth Darke, I'roblfl, tfrecno, Montgomery.
Population, 146,1.')! itepitnlicuu inu.iimily, INI.
Fillli Hhelliv. Mercer. Auirlitize. Allcu. Van
Wort, Putnam', l'milillng, Uelliinco.
Population. UH,m. Democratic majority, 5,-
S33. . .
Hlxth HlKlilnnil, Drown, Ailnms, l'lko, uoss.
Population, 133,229. Democratic majority, 1,-
Heventli Bliuiuon, Miami, iiamc,unanipaitfii
Population, 121,059. Ropubllean mnjority, 8,.
KlRlilli Hanlin, Jiarion, union, Delaware
Population, 123.11U. JtepiiDiicnn majority, i,.
0011. . .
NlntU Hancock, Seneca, uanuusKy, f.rio, uu
on. Population, 13(1,697. Republican maJorlty.R35.
Tenth W illlains, Fulton, Henry, Luca,Wood
Population, 137,499. ltepublicnn majority, I,
M. . . . ...
Klcvonth Hcioto, iawruHcc, docason, uauia,
Population, 140,038. Republican majority, 1,-
Twelflh-rranklln, rie.itawar, rairnniu, i-crry.
Population. Vfl.m. Democratic Majority, 4,.
Thirteenth Licking, Muskingum, Conliocton,
TiiMMirawa. . . ,, .
Population, l8H,uta. Democratic majority, ,
Fourteenth Wyamlot, Crawford Richland,
Aiuiinnitana JinniHM. . .
Population, lHUUO. Ajmoeratlo majority, 8,.
Fifteenth Molgs, Athens, Morgan, Warfilug
Population, 141.WM. Republican maJorlty.fHS.
Sixth Noble, Jiulmout, Uuurnaey, Harrison,
Population, 131,971. Ropubllean majority, 8,.
Bcvcntconlh Carroll, Stark, Columbiana, Ma
Population, 130,290. Republican majority, S,.
Kiuhtonlh T.ornln,Moillnn. Wayne, Summit,
I'upullltlon, l'.aj,iw. luipiiDiican aiujuritj , v
Nineteenth Portage, Geauga, Lake, Ashta.
biila, Trumbull. .
p..,.i..n..n 19R.RRK. Ttemibllcan maloritv. ..
' Population, Wit). IlcpnUlcan majority, 5,.
Since -writing tho above we
observe that there is anotfiissioii
of the 20th Ward of Cincinnati,
which may invalidate the ct.
So anxious were lhe Grant
Radicals to rob the Democrats
of their just representaion, that
one waru 01 vyincinnan was
left out of the bill.
It will bo seen that the Rad
ical 1)rty have a Congressman
for . each 19,Cf00 votes it cast
last fall, while the Democrats
havea Congressman for each
52,000 of their votes.
The National Reunion and He
form Convontion which assembled
in Cincinnati last Wednesday, ad
journed on Friday. No nomina
tions wore maao, mit a piauorm
was adopted and a resolution was
passed looking to the calling of a
National Convontion. . Judgo E. V.
Kannoy was President.
Some misunderstanding ex
ists concerning the recent
amendment to the United
States ltomestead law. The
general 6pinion that an agent
can .hold a land claim for a
sailor until the title is perfect-
it. a mi .
ea, is incorrect, xue agent
can only hold the land for six
months, and at the expration
of that time the soldier or sailor
must enter upon personal pos
session, and there remain for
the full period of one year, in
order to secure a title. The
same rule applies to tho wid
ows of those who died in the
service, or from wouuds or dis
ease contracted therein; hut
their orphan children can have
a giardian appointed, who can
hold the land for them until
they become of ace. The
usual entry fee and commitsion
of thirty-two dollars for 1G0
acres of land must be paid be
fore au entry can be made.
FDiTOniAL notices are socomnmn that It
alnost lmpofslbli) tor Ail editor to express hit
hoicst'opinlon of the moriU of any -avtlcele
without bclnif siispcctrd of inteicstcil nuitlvcs.
Tlisjract, however, shall not detous f10"1 SBy'
Ir. whnt we think of a new addition to th Mn.
rfceiitlv dlrncUd. We rel'er to Dlt. J WALK
Ei'sCAUVHNiA Vinkoab BiTTKiig, a remedy
vliich U ranking Hit wny into mora families
jut now than nil th other adrcitixed meili.
icnos put tpRCtlier. There seems to be no (men
tion about Hi uotenry of Us tonle. nnd allor
tivo properties, while it msew.os tho great
Hrlft XlcclliMi to which our nttenlion him lH'cn
negative recoiiimuntiuiiuii ni cumniiniiu iini
.iw.itfwilinl nor inlneriil unison. That it Ih
si)cclllicforlndlf?estion, JliliunHiiess, Constinn
tion, and mjuy oomilnlntsor narvoua oiijflii.
wc hnvo reason to know; und we are nssureil
an good authority tint lis a gonenil iavlsorunt,
roirulatiiiK an(l pnrifving moilleine, it nna no
equal. It Iss'nleil I hut its ingredients, (obtain
ed from the wilds of California,) arc new to the
lnedleal world; and its extnwrdintiry effoe.tA
rcrtainlT warrant tlio coDeliiKlon that it Isjaeoin
pound ofagojitu hitlierto unknown. If popu
larity it any crltei hin, there can bo no doubt of
thuenieleiieyol'tlio VimkoaB Hitters, lor tho
sale of the aiticlo la iinmonso und continually
lncreuiiing. itt 4t.
mm mm mmmm mmmmmmm
Since the beginning of the
present Congress, 1,016 lills
have been introduced in the
Senate, 'and 2,569 in the House,
together with 2G0 Joint resolu
tions. The President has ap
proved of 153.
The two lads, Jesse and
JCJlysses Grant, sons of the
President, are to yisit Europe
in June, and return at the end
or the season with Miss Nelly
Lima is the first city in the
State to take action under tha
Boesel railroad bill. The City
Council, in accordance with a
request unanimously signed by
business men and tax-payers,
has ordered an election on the
25th day of May to vote aid to
the Lake Evh and Lousiville
railroad. "Work has been be
gun on this road from Findlay
South to Lima. Fifty miles of
iron and 40,UU0 ties are already
purchased for the road, to be
delivered immediately. It is
expected to be in opperation
to Lima' inside, ninety days,
and will be pushed rapidly
forward to Union City and
Cambridge City, Indiana,
where it makes direct Louis
ville connection. Elections
have also been ordered in sev
eral townships of Allen county,
i j . i Vi
lli am rauronua.
The Duluth Herald says
that 1.000.000 ties. 000,000
telegaaph poles, 10,000 piles
ana U,U0O,UUU ot logs, at lire
very least, have been cut on
the Northern Pacific railroad
line this winter.
It is said that tea ground up
fine will give out twice the
Are You Going West?
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Lino that rutin three Pally Kxprosn Trains from
Bt. LmilH to ltiiii.nn flit v. nnd tho Wiwtt anil
piiKltlvoly, the only l.lno wliloli riiim I'lillnmn'H
rmco niociioi1 nnn iy vniicniniiBi:iniijr
for movant) equipped with Miller'n Safety l'lut
form and tlio pntimt Btonm llrako, fiinn Ht. Ixttiis
In KuniiHK City, Kort Boolt, 1'arnonn, Lnwrunco,
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GOOD TIMES HAVE
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ami give entire saiisiacnn."
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Are receiving a largo and well selected stoek of
Biiers' Hrtare, Salem' Haitee, CapptGrs' Tools, MM
House 2p-u.:rnisling: Goods!
Woodcn-warc, Market Baskets, Hope, Twine,
PAEM AND GARDEN IMPLENENTS!
IRAS3 AND F0RCEIAIN KETTLES!
Wo linve a choleo
And various pnttern of
And we aro Sole Agents lor the Celebrated
Conio and sco this Stove heforo you go elsewhere.
CSTThe VACTJM OIL HACKING Always on hand l"&a
A good article of
Pure White-Pine Tar?
Constantly on huml. Wo manufacture thebest article of
All of which we will sell at
exchange for Country Produce I
We linve tiie exclusive Agency
Call nnd examine this inuuliliio.
SnL. 1ST 3STELSI
CALL AND SEE GOODS!
Combined Cook Stove !
and Pure Cider Vinegar,
USTLOW PRICES oi
in Vinton comity for the
MOWER AND REAPR.
They nro Miiporlor to nny other.
rxX ' '
OLD IRON WANTED.
WIBII tolmv. to bo delivered at my storo, in
Zaloskl, every (losorlptimi of
01J Cast an! wroiM Iran!
For wlilch I will pay the highest market prleo
CASH OIE2. GOODSI
Outlier tip your OLD IKON nnd brliift It to
myHtoro. S. SHirJLKY.
April si, ihix-ii
USE RED HORSE POWDER,
l"or all Cleneral Diseuaeg of Stock und
IfOTtSES CXTUKU W (iLANTlRRH Anron
Bnydur's, U. 8. Atltiitit Ainw.nr, Mount
XUm, Va C. Itncon's, Livery ami Kxchungo
Htablo. Sunlinry, Pn.
HOU8KB (JIJUKI) W rouwliKil woiie
Wllhclm's Dnnvlllo Ph., A. KIIIs'k; Morcliant,
WiiHlilnut4)nvlllo. I'd- . J. Nloo Kjloiiuker's,
Jcrsv Hhore, Pn. . .
HOHSKU OUIIKD OP LUNG FEVElt Ilesg
& Hro's, Ix)Winl)ur, Pa.
UUICKU U V UULIU i nomas lllllg.
an'n. Union county, Pa.,
110(18 CUltKI) OV crtOLKIlA. if. Barr'8,
II. A A. Cudwiillor's. Milton, Pn.
COWS CURKD. Pr. McCleory's, J. IP. Mo
C'ormick'ii, Milton. Pn.
CII1CKKN8 OUBICB OF CHOLERA AND
GAPES. Dr. I). T. Krhft, Wutsontown,
riu, Dr. IT. (J. IlavlH", 0. W.Sticlinr'H. John mid
James Finnev's, Mlltnn, Ph. Hundreds moro
could be el tod wIioko stock was saved by using
the lied Horse Powder.
Draffglst, ChOHiist, Ilonomnn,
At his whoHiile and retail drug nd chomtcal
emporium, No. SO Ilromlway, Mlltnn, l'onn.
A Columbus correspondent
says the latest sensation there
is the discovery that tho fam
ous Adair Liquor Law is im
perfect, inas much as the enac
ting clause of the l.-iw reads,
"Be it enacted by the State of
Ohio," finstcad of, as the Con
stitution prescribes, "Bo it en
acted by the General Assembly
of the State of Ohio." The
question as to whether fthis
error makes tho law invalid or
not,' will be tested in a few
days, in the trial of, several
cases broughtjjundcr it.
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Our arrangements nnd con
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Louis and Louisville are per
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all points -
This is the shortest and best
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St." Joseph
and to all points in Missouri,
Kansas and Nebraska.
Through Tickets and full
information as to time and
fare, can be obtained at any
R. R. Office or at our office iu
G. GALLUP, Gen. 'Knst Pan. A (rent,
W. D. HALE, (Ion. Pail, ami Ticket, Art.,
' 1 .tlllJ
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gent use of this powerful prep
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tion ensues, danger is immnient
and the knifo cannot be cm-
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life. This Ointment will re
move the disorder, without
cutting, min or peril. 25 cts.
per box or pot. ,
on tin: hi v i: op nm
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A t.ANO IIRANT Of
, ' 12,000,000
PARMISa AND HIKKhAIi LAN D3 IS AMER'OA
3,000,000 ACHES M NEBRASKA
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
QARDEN OF THE WEST,
NOW FOIt SA
TIimo lands nr In tlia f..utnil nortlnn of t' e
lTnlli.,1 Hlnt.,nn ilio 4 tat ilitira nf Norlh Lntlliulrt
thermtrnl line nf the grcnt Tomp.wtn Zonnol' llif
American Continent, und fur trriiln irniwlnp nmF
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CHEATER IN PRIOR, more nirornl.le lrm
slven, nnil more cmivunmiU to inurkct thsn vim be
rm H0MESTEAD3 FOB AOTUAT, SETTLERS.
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Soldiers entiled to liomesfeiiil of Kifteori'S.
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DbiiMi. mnllod fn'i evorywhera
Addross O. F. IAVIS,
land Commissioner, U, P. K. R tin.
ny .tfr, lull i)l iiuuili'iiiN, pinviilpi.i-e.j, niulo
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This jifl'nt Is mnile ofthe pnrent anil mos' itnmMn
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i lnr(te promrllon or Inilln Itiiblirr. wlilldi iKi lii nii
cnlly iinileil in micli n mnniier ns to form n mhiniiN,
gloiwjr, llrtn, dnrnl.le, elnellc nti.l benntifnl Pnliil,
wh-rh beioines llrialy crinenli'd to Iho babitlMico ti
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The Homo of
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tinvnahlp. Kend li.r oar o ii ninrv. .ti lth leinnfin .
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ivilh our nuw UluHiMlcd Calalii(.rii' mi ii-ceipt
Jdjj-A.-T. KlCKN'KT.I. ft Po , Aivliltnctiirnl
hunk Piih'H, i Wanvn SI., N. Y.'
The host nnd chespi'st Trellis ever innilo: pn
sily eonslnicli'd sail icirnlated. Kor ciri iihtis
uivlnif full iiiloriiiatlnn. anil fur . i rl 11 jj tcr.
rlt"iial rijrhls on kasv thiuis. inldi-ss, vviili
tsnii. T. Ii. YICOMANS, Wulv.oilli, W'iiviib
UO PJnno To., Now Ynrklai elas?2S0. Ni
Ol Agent. Xniiies of inlnuis In 4U Su.loi In
AOK'TS Wiinted. Aironls ninkftiniirc mon
ey nt work for us. than at imythliiff elM.
KiislnesH Ilirlil. and pnriiiiili.'nl : purl ii'ttlnrs
free. ii. Ptinkiin A Co., Ainu .! t'uUttkrri,
Portland, Mil I no.
AN OPENING FOR PtJSINFSP.
IX Any eiiiTL'i'l ie 11 1 hi) , by a nmll easli (inlinl ,
ean make 2,(IWI in throi'iiiontlis on mil' Itella
neti Non-Kxilwlvo Allni'ltiiiiMit for Kornsi-nn
Lnniis. A simple, olioap and niro rciiioily lor
eoaloll lnuip expliwlons. I'Ms nnv lamp, nnd
wnrrantpd tomiiku It Slisoluti'lv snfo. (n.(HKl
soi In II vt mini I Its . A county with 80.000 pup.
ha 15 WKl l.notps: ovorv lump nerds ft; every
'sniilv ciui nll'ord It i mniile for trial hy itu.il,
.lUn. Tertns ati'l eirenlni-s freo. Costs mil liiiiK
to IvcstlKiito thlsnflVr. Iiifpilroof tin) ICdltnr
ot'llils pnior, or millions tho Patentees. S. S.
MANN A CO., 3t.'l Ilnll'innii bt,, llallimoru, Md.
IMMENSE SUCCFSS.-Auknts wTkt
1 kd. nialH and leinaln, in i verj'ciMinl v in thu
iriiiteil Status ami I 'nni.iliiK to sell mtr ilcw nmt
most nscltil patent! fiinn ono to six used In
PYory family. 10(1 per font, ictinrnnlcicil. Kur
snmples nnd terms, inelo.e luopiits and ndilropsj
i'UllUUHUN & CO., IIIO If Ivor Ht., Troy, N. Y .
STAMMERING. ' Whlto OV Oittnwn,
4tyl 4tli nvoniio. New York, Itofevp.iees from
o.lorjrymen In thiaclty. Noimy until enroll.
Hoiul for circular.
For mi v nn so nf 1) 1 1 n 1 1 , 111 pp
ilinit, tehino;. orUleernted
Piles that IIK PlN'iiH l'H.K
Ukmkky rails to din'. It Ih
preunruil PMiressly lo riirn
thn Pllen. and nolhlng clsu. Hold hy nil Amg
glstH. Price l.
GIIKAT MKPTCAIj HOOK or itseliit
ltnowlpdeotonll. Hunt freo for 2 stumps.
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TIDIC"'1'0 to nverv traveler, tinder', Imv, fhr-
I Imtnior.nml for KVKItYltODY In tired of
n liKi.uiii.K timu-kecper. Usual watch nr.c,
stoel workH, HlasscrvHtol, In m at OHOIUK
Cuso, warranted to denote correct time lurtno
years. Nothing llko it. 1,(HM) sold weekly.
This vslushle Hi'tiule, in nnit esse, will Iw sent,
propalil. any where, for f I: H for '2. Try one I
Olre.ulars five I Onlor only from tlio solo ngenls
F. KING & CO., Ilrattloboro, Vt.
AVhut Ii tills Ornnd Spoctno fur ilyHpcpsit?
lhi biihbllng, sparkling, 'cooling, purirying,
rcijiilutlng draught llicy cull Turrant'e Effer
vescent Soltxer Aprtwt? well, 11 Is simply
thoohomlrnl Jho tlmlla t( tho BullKor tprliit
V liter, which, fin 100 villi's Imi. Iieun iic.iouaicd
the. fluoslCathHilio aud Altuiutive iu ulli-ii-
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