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DALLAS, AVJUL, IS 1874.
A CEUS TV OL I) I) A CllEL 0 IV S
IDEA OF LO VE AND 'MAURI
; AO IX . ; '
BY W. A.U
Cupids arrows poisoned oro.
II8 darts aro fatal things ?
, Tor WWhck- is tho end of life,
Ami lae has fl-ieting wings.
Cupuf sroiTos and capiivntes,
Tho heart entranced w bound,
Wedlock come?, &J1 jo.v departs,
No pieasurj more U found.
J am resolved to lire idone,
And 'oro a cele'o.ito to be,
That I same happiness way find,
And pleasure too may see.
No scolding wife or crying babe,
'To turn my mind astray,
But a lasting happy solitude,
Until my dyiug day.
That person to whom, in time past,
wo were wont indefinitely to alludo by
the title of "Cleilt of the weather" is
no longer a myth ne longer a weak
attempt at sarcasm oa tho part of one
fhom intolerable heat, or gtiffeninjr
eoldor a reign of mud and wceepin
skies had driven to desperate imagiu-
Within a few years daily reports of
the state of the weather at different
parts of the country, and predictions
"with regard to tho changes that may
be expected in this or that section h ive
become a part of our every morning's
news. Tho daily ncw.-paper which has
any title to tho respect of the reading
public has its special iteccm.mo.Jatiot)
for the reports uf the Si -tnl Merviee
15 urea u, and ever. busine-$ man an ho
turns over, his p;pcr, while dUcuvia
his breakfast, glances down the el
xtmnst to sec what ' Probabilities has
to say with regard to the character of
the day. Ou its "promis or foreboding
lie deems it safe enough to rJv as to
whether he shall take his utsil nil i
under his arm to tho loref or shall
permit his daughter Emily to accompa
y the proposed excursion party j
whether he shall order tin correspon
dent at Detroit to ship a carg;o of wheat
by way of the lake, or 'lgLrf st to his
wife that in the cxpeoU'.-rm of a fine day
she may permit the washing for the
household to be done. II r.v much of
Bavins, of economy, of health, of luppi
ness -depend upon the adaptation of
human affairs to the weuiher we are
just beginning to learn through tho
varied and increasing n-.es of the infor
mation supplied by this new institution
To be sure, the predictions with regard!
to the changes rc not always entirely
verified by the phases of meteorology
in all parts of the country, but. consul
criog the recent establishment of the
service, and. the inexperience of mo.-A
of the obsetvors at the many stations
it has beca found ueccssary to rppoinf,
the accuracy of "proUbilititW in
general has demonstrated the valueo.
the service to the people. The intelli
gent and pru'eat farmer will not now
eow his grain or mw his i$rjsj in tlii
f.cc of au approaching north cast rain
The intelligent ship master will not
1 oist anchor and move out to sea when
ho knows tho '"cautionary " storm
eignals have been ordered for the
region of coast be intend to sail down
Verily, here is science to some purpose
science made practicable for the uses
of a whole nation !
Tho Rev. Henry Ward Ueechcr
makes this seo.iblo reply in tho Cftritt
fan Uiifon to a query as to whether if
was widked to dance : "It is wicked
when it is wicked, and not wicked when
it is not wicked. In itself if. has no
more moral character than walking
wrestling or rowing. Mad company
evil dances, untimely hours, may rnakt
tho exercises evil; good company,
wholesome hours, and home influences
may make it a very great benefit.
A theif went into a Milwaukee jew
lry store, where a woman was the only
clerktand ran out with a gold chain.
Tho woman chased him, yelling 'Stop
thief 1" at every jump, but people on
the street thought it only a family row
and did not interfero. Probably, bup.
posing the fleeing man to be a huibmd
in peril, they rather lympnthized with
htm. Tho woman caught him at last,
however, and in his pockets were found
many stolen articles,
riiiii ntiuBws oi Oiuwi.vrioN
A Now York journal has the follow
Sir Ifenry' Thompson's paper on j
. ' , 1
Cremation, says u JiOndon piper, lias
attracted much notice .in Germany,
having been translated twice, besides
obtaining warm support from till cmi'
nent physician, Dr. Kopl Moreover,
the practical Austrian have taken the
idea up an one that has really parsed
beyond tho stage of discission.. The
Communal Councils of 'Vienna and
Grata have adopted a proposal to cstab
lish in their cemeteries the necessary
apparatus for ereroation. "tho use of
which shall be ptional an! open to all '
A veritable sgitatipn wn are told,
arisen in both places, though whether
the excitement is all in favor of the
firerv furnace, innovation, or whether
tho attached supporters of tluir pietur
estjite churchyards arc indignaut that
these venerable depositories of all
that is mortal should be deprived of
their precripiivo tights, ices not seem
very clear. .Wo cm onty wiJi sucee
for an expf rinu nt whuh will be carried
out for our benefit, though not at our
cost. Where tha light I; -arfed Vien
nese would bum thv.ir ; :!':. s r
descendants without a si;, h c-r murmur,
and afterward tranquilly fot; template
the beloved remains iu a jar neat!
labelled and inscribed with all- tho vir
tues of the lamented deceased, tloi
in. vt tr id'.ft I . ii lt!i !Uil AlHi'-rlCiillS
Ww'i'd Kk;! to priK-.-'ed by Casy f
i I . .!..?-.. I
staiije., Wliot ii uuncccssarv sen, iu
Mrs. Grundy s unaceountable strong ;
firelfosiS. , Hut wl.cn th furnace system
beeottifs f:th:otrahl.; :m the 0 .iiti.ienr !
of i'nrp; tt will spread by derce, f
n th,. taurt advarmd sprits atuun-
u- will no! J;e sow to ddy prejudice" i
bv nobly l otiCtthiii their WOl ks tu
all ;!gs, their b dies the eousuuiiug i f
Certaitily-one of tlie most graphic
and pr,.b-ib!y. ooc f tho mot areurate
Ucseripti-tis ol tlie perE'ti-ii a r n t.-r j
iiabits of 1 uuee l!t?Krek, is ttic
r ., , . , f
followtng, by a pentlennn . w.io h -s
recently taken lock's, of -the man : ';
'The mightiest stntrsai in the
world is a tall, bald man, with some j
white hair. He wear- - a mt.itarv j
uniform to plesise old William, but he j
best likes looker drapery, lhe. man is I
v.ry upright, very strong, very atTablc,
and so wonderfully elaMto in his mv-
mi nts lb tt hi- mi-ht b, mi Indt ru' b r j
man- He h.;k in rbut health fi!
. , , .. , "
.1 HI HI i.' 1 t,t"iji, BIIH Ilf5l4 itil tmf-
begins to noitev piinful f:prms and
contractions of the lace, which bvni :
overeseited nerves. Jti in:iiri r he i
.... , ,
a rolicktijg, ovtrbviring Jioan, U jjv,
'children, ami friends st.ni in ?w- d
him. He will net even Um tt
remons! ranee, still less to contradiction,
H. i i ,
e, tridca over Iih en -niies ami
acijuaintanecs, nodding f the latter as
he puts his frt upon the former The.
mm is of gi nt appetite for work ai.d
food, lleofsold sau-jgfs and hu k
, , , ' ti .
bread, served without a fnbWloth .
for bre.ikbut. His dinner is of miht)
meats in pilenty, wui-hed down or fioa'cit
in large goblets ot strong; liuriitly
He smokes and works and tijk
pcrpetually. HU home is like n
volctno in cotHtant eruption. His
secretaries can not stand his work
long ; they are obliged- to give in from
sheer exhaustion. Prince Ili-marek
is very funny when ple;ted, vt.v
formidable, .very rash, very impudent
at all times. He h not a far-sighted
man, or he, would not h. n o rushed ioto
a religious war so abr:i; !', H.. j
rather an astonish ed itfJU vvdio h;n
become mighty in spi'e of errors, often
because of errors, and who believes
that everything can be done by c ur ioc
an I opportunity. Ho is, so to say. a
mm who has stunned himself with his
own noise, and who keetis on bawl in"
because it seems to bewilder other
people and do nnko everybody shut
his ears and give info him." . ,
4 t the Fthrunry fenn of rrob.Vte Court for
.tne county ot IMk and State of Oie,
e uiwierrigKeri i8 .luly appointed Admin.
ratur o( tlic.eetato of hio in.la For.l, deceased.
All persons holding claim ag iin.-t said eftato
must prwi-nt tlio sfluitiiluly verified to me at
uiy roHidr.f' near Independence within six
month from the date hereof, or auoli elniuis
will be furcver barred. And all person
fcnowinr themselves .indebted to said cMa
muyt make iit,t,,(iit payment uniess f
indebtedness in credited by nwte.
February Jth 1871
Jo it Fonn
VTotieo hereby given that OrUnlo At?or--i
ru.iii w.is sNtldntod cxmitor of tho. estate
) ,1.1 , Coooer i-co.tsd at tho February Una
t,t fd Count c-un f r U'otk County . orpu
AU -parsons having claim or d.;n-".U gaut ;
j,, !IItfhlreby notified to VrmL then j
to tho undersi:-..od at hi re-sideneo thro.? mitori
N Eof Uothol ia .:.id Couuty witbiu six mouths
'fron tbs date of tbi notice
March 7tu IS 74
In the Circuit Court of t'm State of Oregon
for iVik Cou.ity :
Martha E.Sfwrry, 110".
J. M, .s erry, Ieft,
To J. M. Pin-rry, said Dtftndant i
nume A tho Siato .f Oregon, yaa nro borvbv
Muinootiu 1 to ujijo-ar in aid Court by tbe
fin-fday of tho Mav term tlu'roof A. 1. 1S71
au l atiswi-r t--tupJuiut nf sail . 'ltf.
you, or dwrte for w.ut thwr jot will !m Ukeu
a-ii.-t you. And 'if you fail to answer -said
oiUdaint, tao J I II"- will n U t j tho Com I tor.
a U.--re diiMilvi.; the bond a of uiatriinony ex
jtai beiw'vii yuu and j'it'.. upd lor other
rci'tt Mi ma;-led ia tho conn-bunt.
J. L. COLLINS,
. M 2 1 ft w i'fi'. Atty
Pi 7 heie a? Vl vira C.ittr ;u Executrix of the
f v ta t; of JCattnu de ,5.5.4 d, h filed
i..-r ai-i ,'tii ivr fi.!.i! gottb-meitt of said est ite
Nr-e ) kervby given that on tWiday tbetth
d-iy of Ai-nl. I 1 b set -f r h-arin; jt't-j'.'eti'.ns
t ,ad n'-oiUiit be-jiij ni4 at my oiuoo in the
C.-a.'t !IvUH t Ialia . i faid County, at the
U -ur of Sen oc;ck A M a m on ai 1 i y
J Jl MY Kit
. xiir-i i'Di.K nt;.M V
I ' t'ONl'UMlUM
7.V-Ti;at t -, ran; welfare an I.
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t !' .d iuu.in4 vx;-r,t on-,
,;..r tt i-.w-ir-r! oi un$ ftsMi' !hiirptr, !
rh..-io.o5 .-.-t U t -.t ib i r..wr..n -
- VJ ia1 m,Jf,u I
i y cviruj t a-
3. Thai - k--y the auth..jtty -f any partf
ti l.iad o- ? Krtop-'ft
1 by j
h -wt ai'ot ' .
t. That r i !-! n the prnMic wblrb
Vie lat !'.;
'Vi: f; 11 ",.ru, .,,vt' 'r
. ibtft. i-sj-u, u4 ia a4t t .iio ?
i'!: i?i-vr? bid ioa! i t.tnd ,p St mii s
!.rr, !1M , Ul;6t fl, s ,,; , ,t , (and-I
"- .it -oaid w' i-j-ity oi b-4a j
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ft. 'Him m vt d !y 'i p. t ih." f t
tl.f i, . b. trA? --t bj b-
.vn jn , ,..tt: , s.,ts.., ,.? Mu.trn.$. Hf -
, ? s.i b' '-i n-.f.,-r .n 1
;:,,( .. f i;v; l.i , lb At b !?. i.'
n trtM.- prjor. d tbt b,.
..r p,t-ni.ry c ud r,n,n for
' v i r ; i n b u-.U
; :i s ...j :'.iulUcnt to the -Uie i-
S. TKt tin? a-l i-. n of tt;. bt LinLttfire i
11 r '. " ' a t t...i
J t.-r t th? f;tat'.ftnd . aj? ..' ! t
i ..d-u .iUtv itr-l IHadi' by I'-.JiTr'f, wUh-'u j
j u,t ti.. i,fi c, 4 t,Moi 1 i y b f.:-.pi.. f
! 'f1 "bl 1 " h T TTT?vn 7
t dt't and Jo Ijp ot ihc tupr. me Curu
j . That iti a ieiou i nc?! nn l in ba
I taio br t (IU er who bivt tr,. j ( d of,i.-e a
i ,.Miy t( uhhy tht-li.Uture t, t tu5i
p iy i i o i.
pfa"'ii-c of Tel
t r o -i.il
r;i fii.'i oilier i:i '-s u-s
' p- ?i!a- b oxiir i .ttttval t:ivfoti.!ii.
H Ti.;U ili.f''' i!f.(rf' .Ue,ii" wtm dj
I will nnstwato. id i-J thot.) Mht b i; p ji
t 5 ., , t uuo.-tb-dr wn wr, r'
12 That wo nip pp sed to by?a Witf
nlTtn ' ncro polif iian. wbo mak o'ttv-'-.-, u.g
a b-iM's: - ; tlsat wo H.aot bui.'j m-n .
i.gi,-e, ttiat no loan t-liouhi be ito.fv I wjth a-r-pO'itt'
ofaw wiio b;t mt .ltt. huoMlf
.iiib . ot Micuriui? r'jit ttbi living in
i mi !. ; .r.ibb? es-iiby !ii xit; th.it the iua
b funiivt !ri"e bi oho buUHy, will b?
iiUt-y o prove a bid oGWvr and a puidio de
Lb That we assort the d ieirino that no
monopoly i tiy-o l the control of tin (Jovtrn
isitoit; tht tho Htatrf Js tight to rvutate
l.iir and froijlos or ruiiroad, wbi :h tiro wind
iy io it. Hoi-n, and that Congress n and
'U;bt t'dj tbeauic in relatiuit t. inUrbLite
r;nh oad :.
It That the mot important interest of ib
Mute in Afrriculturejind thtit our tiirtueraare
urpiy inu'it'ele ! to cap irnportiti'o and
t improvement of our river and harbors and
wo iiroo!tly rei'oiiiiiivnd liberal approjriatioua
by Cuiiri's! for tbo sumo.
16. 'i lmt we have but little faith in the c
linn of present pditicul purttes to provida or
promoto cheap truni'pojta'ion of our surplus
lt 'i'bftt we earnestly desire the ot tension
through tbi:" cotiity of the )'f( .S'o i:til, tad, ,
nod tuoub wo assert the rijjht ot the Ktatn
to riolAte tares and f.eibt ou railroads ex
clufivt Iy operated in this Mate, yet wo Would
depricate nod .ppn i.y legislative ncliou in
rchition to tbe p.ima utile.- uch lares and
freiithts should, been mo oppressive and tin-
17. That tbe agotria and ppecial ndvocatef
of the iia rt.-'i -jt of imin-'poly mot large monied
corporations ure net tit peisons to repredont
u. in Congress,
IS. That we are deeply impressed wiih'tbe
belief that tho great danger thtt now threatens
tho national prosperity nod even imperils the
existence of our freo institutions, is the over
grown iitiluciieo of gieat political rings and
inouicd'jnotiopdlU'tt wbieb sock to control, aud
are loan abirmiu extent, eon trolling tlie n
liotiartlejrislaturuaud pre-til tiling every do
parUiJontot tbutioverninent to tbo aeeotnr !i:di-
ment o:f seltish ends.
19. ;That wc ate . emphaiiciilly opposed to
tbe purchase by (ho Mule ol I bo Locks and
Canal at Oregon City. "
20. That we sympathize, and will co operate
with all attempts for I be moral and Intellect
ual Improrement of the peojde, and we regard
tho tcmeranee'societtes ot tbo land, whioh are
working for the advftneeujentof tbe cauao ot
temperance, as deorvin-j of tho consideration
of good men everywhere. '-
"i'sal wo nro in favor of a Lpeal Option
Hud Civil Damage Lhjuor Law,"
1 Ceiid :ii Jul lo Wise I
The tJNTrF.!l3r'jKCDi6njAWSao1 ,'alwaya
rua ly to wait onjtheir Custom tra .and sell at
C o i n 13 1 i s i 11 Gr,
IWY UU'K. X UIJilU.NU,
SQ3T5 & SH3E3
4 Nt OT?!TI
vrti.-e r-r iir
ncLi:?" too nt
n XV ? u i b r a 1
Ut il.tct) l I j do tb-
i squire thk ,ih
lV 11 iNt OVC 1 V 1 K V
? ProdtlCC l.ilril itn cioiN.
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T II K S U X.
WEEKLY, JE.! I-WEEKLY, AND DAIL
Till Wi'KKLY srXb too wiit!y known
to rt'tjurtj any tsti tukd omincn ltin : but
1 1 !? r ni which hiive alr;tl.v givin It fifty
it-.. a, it:, jruhiH- -ib-r, and w hiidi will, we hope,
jjii pit iuay d;oaiind more, aro briefly :u
it p.iw :
It i a fifft ra'o tifivrepspcr, All news of tho
d;rwirtho foond in it, condensed when un
(. .ffv't, .t fi1l lonjrth when f nowm-nt, and
,! .iv-j,fi' i?i ..it rl. nr. i-,!.-o jjfibNj -and
It !.'"': f,rf ,-ft ? '". i ; 'd y r. v 5 'i r . f-!S f v.-
t-rtvinivi.j ftr.i -t ru-t t roA in.;; of every
knd, but rontninin? i.oHi4;i j.t can offend
lue most delicate and ? ro . "u - iastc.
Tt i n filt rate tor" paper. Tho Wst talc
and romances of current literature are carefully
Hclcctcd and legibly printed in its pages.
It i a SrFt r;i'c nsricultoral rPr. The wot
frch nod instructive articles on agricultutsit
topics regularly appear in tbit department.
It isnn indpendnt political' paper, belong
injrtono party and wearing no collar. It
fights for principle, and fe.rtho election of the
best men for office. It espeeiady devotes
its energies to the exposure1 of the iroat cor-
rup'tons lIKll now iiisriot" ami n- Jtv our
e(iintry and.threaten t undermine r publican
insttitutiotis "altogether. It b.ts no (car of
Itnavcs, and asisljno favors frvuu their
i i . i.
It reports tho fashions for ' tho 'j 'ladies and
tbe market for tbo men, especially the cattle
markets, to which it pays particular attention.
Finally, it Is tho cheapest paper published.
One dollar a ye-ir will secure it for .ny sub
icriber. It is not necesarv to ffet up a club
in order to have THfc WEEKLY SUM at this
rate. Any one who sends a single dollar will
get the paper for n year.
Wo have no traveling agents.
riII5 tVBKKY SUV EtSht pages,
fty-six columns. Only 91.00 a year. Ko
.ItseounU from this rate.
Til 15 ..HUMI.WEEKY SlfN.Pame
sio itfi tho dally sun. iSi'i.OO yeaT. A dis
count of Zii per ecnt to clubs of lt or over.'
TIII5 n I IjYSUN. A lar?o rour-page
newspaper of twenty -eitht colemns. Daily
circulation over ItM))i. All the news fer
.cents. Subscription prioo HO ennts a month
$(J(H a your. To clubs of 10 or over, a
couato f 20 for ccut.
SALEM ADVEUTISHM K.NTS.
TO THE PBOft'Ltt Ol'
I'OMi COUN TV
Arc Duff cpeua Fine and Selected stock
of Goods comprising . .
DHY GOODS OF ALL DESCIrtlONS
LADIES CHOICE DRESS
LADILS FAICV GOODS AND
;LADIES,j MISSES, CHILD t
MENS HATS. .
OnNTS smd BOYS CLOTHING OF ALL
V j .".,
DESCKII'TIONSand PRICES to SUIT
THE TIMES, also a LA10E and well
ASSORTED STOCK OF
WINDOW BLINDS, and; CURTAINS.
ORCEniE (OTiWAUEir fact" any
thmg peruinin t II iatf Kami: ins goods
Hiving Imu'ht our $X-.c'i in .San FraneisJo and
Apw nk in person tu hold out Superior
ii. j it-.-me ii in io iiunuai'r.',
CALL and KB for yourselves.
Mar S 73 .1 m
CAP: T is A L i: A
jo. n ii:oi itnrro;;
ILis jutit received a l.iri? in voice of
WIHE. . ,AfiD CIGAR
Hi brand' cmbra tb choicest varietmn.
"" ?ur a !
oivi; Kin A CALL
1 1 L HELM KI EIT OFF
Tims piece? of every deription repaired
and guaranteed for one year.
Jewidry neatly repaired, work by mail
promptly attended to. Guaranteed clock and
watches for sale.
II A 1, AS
OF THE "
rUBLlSHKD AT FINDLAY, OHIO.
THE AMERICAN PATRON is the leading
paper published in the Order of
PATKOXS OF HUSBANDRY.
THE AMERICAN PATRON is a Live Lit
1 Tary Journal for the Farmer's Fireside, teem-
j wilh interesting reading matud- for every
inemucr oi tue nouscuoni.
THE AMERICAN PATRON has tin ably
conducted Editorial Department, dea ing
each week strong blows at monopoly in elery
form, clearly elucidating the great principles
which underlie the agitation kuowa as tho"'
In Opera Buitding.J "
O II. S.TIITII, ritop.
4 Tlte;nejstlality of
WiriES, LIQUORS & CfQARS
always on hand.
Qf th.o latesaadoitjmprovcd
SALEM ADVEHTISEMENTS- "
M MHMIE FIBE HSIUEIE
APPLY TO TUH OLD
y 1 ii vjj in 1 a u r xi a a 1
Vlmt, It has complied luJJy with the Oraj zu i
' Second. Ita contracts in Oregon are backed,
under a re-intfuranoo contract, by Its own rx&
the united trnxeta of the Homo Ids. Co. of Ne
York and the North liritisb And Mercantile Int.
f.m inn v of London, a rrrri9
otiuruig trj bst pecunty of any Jt ire Insurance
f 1 ' rr rn n '
Company or Association in the world.
Third. It tan carry arge risks, as its poli
cies are relniiircd by the abore mentioned.
Cojnpai ies, bo thai tho PinKNIX lone can
carry the nauio lino that all three companies
would take aericrately. ,
fouriri 11 requires nm one eet or doo-
111 v vt i7fj , b.4vic7 fetjv .v... j w t
IVinn.)..!.. uitl..iil li. ir.tfKla r f 1iAlir
with eeptrato Corporations.
; On these solid merits, yii;:.
CapaiTy to carry the largest risks,'
The amplest possible security,
Tho eimplest adjustment in case of loss, and
The prompt and equitable payment of ail jasL
The Phoenix Insurance Company solicits
,. yur patrona're.
Fob 15:73 W
S. OiLBET. C. VZrOVQK
- ' ' y -
A. N. :'CSILISI2RT & CO.
Dealers in IJOOTsi and SIIOE, now
ffer ti tu pabaa XESV G00D3t NEW
THEIR STOCK CONSISTS OF 4
full liuc of . . .
MINES' and v :
AUrlueed wth great care frota'the" best"SSi
I'raro scj aud E.iteru ManufcturefndJwitLi
due nScrenco to the Oregon Trade..
7 E ALSO KEEP ON HAND A FULE
happlv of Lkather eouipmiug th IWeat
F nth J;rr ni wbii h we offer to the trade a
We mamifirturc HOOTS and SIIOE" -
to irt-r, all sty le Material aui'
oikni aiit.lp utitiria!eu., u,
jrent f r ths Celebrated ?txoeit SbwTxo
m tfntKr, of which 2,0t0 more wera sold
in 1S72. than- ay o4ber machine rnanufact
!,i d. jobi at S.n Francisco prices without
!r ibt. itid on monthly itotjil'ments to made,
pa. met t easy. Every machine wai ran ted for"
, five ear"
. ."v. ti t is n ti r & co,
Cutaiuci clat Street, Saltm, Orepun'.
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J; . PATTERSON
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AGENTS FOR "
of San Francisco; and
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New Vork .
OP H03UE SLO&K
SALEM .... OH Ii CON.
We buy or sell only on commission charglng
a per eentage for tbe Amount which tbe prop,
erty is sold or traded, for our service, du,
when tl,ie contract of sale or trado is mido "
We will introduce nurv'hasers to the owners of ."
tbe property, art leave them free to make th
lest bargan they ean, without any interference '
on our ,art ' '
Ye pay all advertising expenses, depending
on our commission, wheu a salo or trade
made : ,
We show all property, whero within reach, r
!'ivo letters of introduction to- reliable nartiea.
living near who will show.it . t
Ail tellers or iLuiry pruiuijuf . iuhjt ai t
swered-' ,,' f
We have many applications fromjood, pront , y
paying men.who will pay f2 par cent for monii; !i
and give fu ft eits personal or real estate seeuri.''
he papers. Ac. Parties having money o Toa
will do well to apply to us before placing it el
where We charge the lenders nothing for o,
services ; the borrowerpay as Entire Satisfac
tiou given regarding tbe securities.
Aitention ! called to description of properl.
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