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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
Itlc Arthur, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
vjfthe natural teeth.
No BOatNESt DuRR ON SATURDAYS
J.K. TOWELL, Portsmouth! Ohio, oflere
to the Merchants and Furnacemen of Vinton
county, a lupenor .lock of Dry Good, and
Notions, on term the most favorable. John
tullelaiin.. Traveling Agent.
Sept. u j.
A. SPENCER NYE. J.8. MACKET.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMrXtRTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 FAINT STBET.
VIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
atociim
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARl'fci School Examiners (or Via
on County will meet at the Uuion School
bouse, In MeArthur, on the 1st end 3rd Satur
lay ol March, April, May, September, October,
and November; and the 1st Sutiinlny inJnnu
Sry, February, June, July, August, and De
cember, in esc h )ear. Examinations to com.
taence at ten o'clock, A. If. Satisfactory evi
dsncs of good moral character fill be required
a all case.. A lee of SO cents it required by
aw from each applicant.
M. R. BAKNES.Ch'n, ) Board of
J.H Hl'HN, J. Hehonl
L. O. fLKl'UE. Clerk, ) Examiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
'For the Rellerand Cure or the Erring and Unfortunate
ou Principles of Christian
Philanthropy.
Esssys on tlie Errors of Youth, and the fol
'lies of Age, in relation to Marriage and Social
Evils, with .anitsiy aid for the atHicled
Uant fr.e, in sealed envelope. Address,
OWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.iladel
tfhia. Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1. 0, 0. F.
rrt.r-'' I Vi.ariiiiiiiniit will hereafter tie
' -eVc li.. 1,1 on the Bernini and last
r.fitrt Wednesday evening of encli
vuonth. Patriarchs ol Sllivr encampments
who may be visiting om in arc in viil to
attend. JiiHN P. DU'iKLE, C. 1.
Jons T. RAPra, 8.
MeArthur, Krh'y 17, 1870.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FUKNITUUE,
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.
PARIS IlOItTON,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
McARTHUR. O.
- 7marlr.
hi nnn reward.
It I irr n ' Mind.
A I I I'Ueedmg, itching or nicer-
ll I I ilei piles, thai Le King's
liXll Jl'l"Bni.ly fails to cure.
t J . w w It is prepared to core the
piles end nothiEi slse. Bold by all druggists.
JPricall.M. .
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
(J. W. Holland has recovered
from bis late illness and is
again on Ibe streets.
John Jones, who has been
very ill with erysipelas, is not
expected to recover.
The Mite Society at Qeorge
W. Sisson's, last evening for
the benefit of the Christian
church, was well attended.
Froceeda $13.
Flies and Musquitoes are
looked for about "the middle
o'the May." Eng.
They ill get to the Enquir
er office before that, as they
are always attracted by any
corruption.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. buocKEY
were called yeasterday to St.
Louis, Michigan, by a tele
graph dispatch, staling that
their son Crittendon was sick
and could not live. Lie has
been absent only a few days,
having went to Michigan with
his uncle Mr. C. C. Porter, who
resides there, but was here a
visiting his friends and rela
lives in Southern, Ohio. .
Lusus Naturæ.
Mrs. Allice Mutchler had
born to her twins yesierday,
one a girl the other a boy.
The girl is a perfectly formed
and healthy child, and the boy
is in every respect except that
he has no roof to his mouth,
can not nurse or swallow when
led with a spoon without great
difficulty. The wholo upper
part the mouth present a hoi
low cavity. It is one of the
unexplained freaks of nature
The destruction of forests is
to be deplored, on ec&iiomicul
und climatic grounds. If trees
were abundant on cur West
ern prairies, we should have
fewer tornadoes, and those less
violent and extended in their
ravages. Oi course limber
must be felled, for it is in con-
slant demand lor building pur
poses. Yet there should be
a carelul husbanding of resour
ces, and trees should be plant
.....
ed in place of those cut down,
wherever the land is not need
ed ior agricultural uses.
Ho for Jackson County.
The lii-dinles ass thtt stays
in Jackson the distinguished
"Skule Master" who bets on
three card monte the lame
'aced blackguard who seDds lit
erature into Vinton to beat
Wells affi lavits, etc. Ailshire,
we believe lliey call him, will
accept the thanks of Mr.
Wells for '.he eflhient service
ho rendered in the late cam
paign. .The affidavits were
good. We liked them how
about beating Mr. tVells at all
hazzards, Mr. A?
An economical correspondent
writes to us to ask if Dio Lewis'
plan for living upon fifteen cents
a day is really practicable. We
think it is. Dio's programme is :
'Matmeal mush for breakfast,
crackod wheat for dinner, and
nothing fir supper. A friend ol
ours, Brown, tried the experi
ment, with brilliant success, and
he is now as hearty and he ihhy
a man as can be found. He
would spread his hoard in the
morning with muah, and after
the family had eaten eight cents'
worth, Brown would prance
them around to his aunt s or
his sister's to fill up with a good
meal. When dinner-time came
seven cents worth of cracked
wheat was disposed of, and then
Brown would dig out a leg of
mutton pocured from a butcher
who had a weakness for giving
credit. At supper-time Brown
would hustle the whole family off
to his motherin-law's where
they would lay away a substan
tial foundation for the next
morning's mush. The Browns
all consider the system particu
Iarl brilliant; but the mother-in-law
aud the aunt and the
mutton butcher have less en
thusiasm. They cherish a secret
conviction that the mush theory
as applied to household economy,
is a lopsided and demoralizing
fraud.
GLORIOUS
VICTORY!
HALLELUJAH!
HALLELUJAH! Vinton Co, Saved
HALLELUJAH! Vinton Co, Saved OUT OF THE WILDERNESS!
Complete Surprise and
rout of the Allied
Forces of Copperheadism
and Liberalism.
and Liberalism. VOX POPULI VOX DEI!
WELLS' MAJORITY 360
When the news of the defeat
of the conqueror of the civil
ized world, the hero of one
hundred battles., among which
were the hotly contested fields
of Austerlitz, Wagram and
others reached the capitals of
the different governments of
Europe it astounded the na
tives. Hut the defeat of him
whose name had been a terror
10 nil Europe on the sanguin
ary field of Waterloo in 1815
was scarcely more momentous
and surprising than that of the
so-called Democracy and Lib
erals of this county, last Mon
day. The people have struck
upon the second sober thought.
The 'King" is broken. The
Lord reipneth. Truth crushed
will eventually rise. The offi
cial vole of the county on Del
egate lo the Constitutional
Convention is not yet an
nounced but as near as we
could ascertain before going to
press Mr. Wells' majority is
360, which will not deviate
much from the official report
We have procured an abstract
of the votes for Corporation
and Township officers, for Elk
Township and McArthur,which
we give below.
TRUSTEES.
Vote. Majority.
James B. Johnson 176. ..36
Sumuel B. Ullnm 162. ..22
Henrv llerrnld 171. ..31
John T Foreman 140
Michotl Hall 115
Samuel B. Hudson 122
CLERK.
Anthony W. Asbury...l77..,63
Thomas A. Murray.... Hi
TREASURER.
JelnVI A.F-Hnn v.164.,.32
Josephs. Iluhn 132
ASSESSOR.
Jnspph Kaler 172. ..46
Francis M JDowd .126
CONSTABLES.
Run ford B. Winters. ....172... 31
Jams Myerg ....141
Eli Reynold f 52...11
Alexander C. ond 119
FOR COUNCIL.
Andrew Wolf. 44
Owen Dowd 116...59
J-S Will ...64...13
Fens Horton 76. ..19
James Arnoll 83. ..26
Alexander Pearce 57
William D. Gold 54
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
O. W Holland..- 145...25
Isaac Reynolds.... 20
DELEGATE TO THE CONSTITUTIONAL
CONVENTION.
Horvev WaIIs 140...17
Ulyses S Claypoole 132
ROAD SUPERVISORS.
E. B. Htrrold, G. A. Cram,
E. Rnbinett John, Thomsfc.
Iunac Wicnff. Jacob Bone,
Epkraim Hunter. Harvey Rob
hinp, Charles Waters. Alrom
Hofhine8. John Lowry, C B.
Pilcher, Henry Johnson
Republicans are in Roman,
Democrats in Italics.
.Tnlin T Pnrsman tiavinnr fKa
"highest number of votes of the
defeated candidates for Trus
tees, Is according to lav a
Judge of the Election. .
An effectual process for
cleaning the hennery of ver
min is to fumigate the build
ing with snlpbur. The quanti
ty will be determined by the
size of the building. Where
it is not attached to the barn
or sheds, from one two pounds
will probably be sufficient
Wm. C. Williams, Democrat
ic candidate for Mayor, of Chil
Iicothe, O., is elected over
Waddle, Independent, by 275
majority. For Marshal, Sam
uel S. Veail, Independent, Jis
elected over 'Jonley, Demo
crat, by 78 majority. In the
triangular fight on Constitu
tional Convention candidates,
indications are decidedly favor
able to the election of Uon.
Milton L Clark.
Whiskey and Polities.
A djstinguiseed Democrat
in our town, was heard to say
after the election, "you can al
ways buy Democrats, but the
dogged Republicans can't- be
bought." u 13 k a trap with
whiskey,'' he said, "and, you
can catchj half the Democrats
in the county."- ThU we con
sider tolerably high. The lead
ers of the Court House ring
will learn that the disgust of
sensible Democrats in Vinton
county, is not brought about
by Republican whiskey, but
comes of the corruption and
unlawful conduct of the of
ficials of the county. lufirm
ary, humbugs aud such.
Whiskey and Polities. [From the Chilhcohte Advertiser.]
Wm. E. Buser.
Persons to be convinced that
business is not lagging in Ohil
licothe have merely to step
into the establishment of Wm.
E. Buser, furniture dealer,
Paint Street. A building a
hundred feet deep and three
ories in height, literally pad -ed
with goods from cellar to
garret, is the sight that
meets the eye and cause3 sur
prise at the extent of a 'rude
that will warrant an outlay ol
capital such as is necessary in
conducting his business. Just
a this time, as they are filling
u;j with a stock for the spring
trade a visit will repay any
one, whether wishing to pu
chase or not. To witness the
amount of ingenuity displayed
in producing the many differ
ent styles ol lurniiure made to
suit the various taste of the
public, the elegance and skill
of workmanship necessary to
satisfy this advanced age o
civilization, will interest any
one who may take the pains
of visiting these rooms Not
only the finest goods, however,
are kept ior sale. The cheapest
and most common articles are
included in their assortment.
Everything needed, from the
commonest kitchen furniture to
to the most costly parlor uphol
Htery, may be found in profu
sion at his establishment. An
other fact will strike the visit
ors at his rooms, and that is,
the extreme low prices at
which all articles are sold. To
be convinced that lurniiure ol
every pescription can be ob
tained as cheaply in Chilli
cothe as it can be had in any
city in Ohio, all are recom
mended to call and examine.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Joseph V. Leay and Rebecca Salts.
Abraham Kitchen aud Sarah M.
Linn.
Cloyd A. Wlllcy aud Sarah E.
ttay.
. Wll'iam S. Johnson and Mary E.
Appleman.
BIRTHS.
Is MeArthur, o't tbe 8ili insU, to
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trimmer, a
dituzhtcr.
DIED.
In Cliilllootlio, 011 StuidHyi the 0th
Inst., Mrs. Jacob Wolfe. The de
ceased whs one of the early settlers
of Boss county, and is the grand
mother of Mrs. John T.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $2.50
Corn 50
Outs 60
Wheat U5.il.80
Beans 2 503.00
Potatoes 1.00
Dried Apples 75100
Dried Peaches 3.90
Hav tniT 18 00
Hams, country. . .". .12
" gujrar cured 15
Smoked Sides 10
Shoulders
Pickled Pork 7 8
Kfffts 10
Butter 25
Lard 08
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocking ShU per bbl 2.50
Sncks ..." 15a25
White Fish 7.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 10
Demarara " 12a.l5
Cuba - 12W
Now Orleans Molasses .80a 1.00
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup 75a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow " 15a20
Soap, country per lb 6a6
Gkefge 20
Coai. bim ,7g8
Hogs, dressed f) cwt 8 0
ROSE GROVENURSERY
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APPLE TREES,
IKAIt.
CUEKKIES,
PEACHES,
QUINCES.
A URGE STOCK OF ALL THE LEADIXG VARIETIES ON OAXD,
Boses, Green House and Bedding Plants.
NEW AND RARE PLANTS!
A"IjARG13 AND FINK ASSORTMENT.
Early 1'tftluble riant. Tomaloe, Cabbage, Celery,
Cauliflower, Sweet Potato Plants.
Ordera Solicited and Promptly. Attended to.
April 3. 1873. 4t
H ESALEIOTIBI
S. O. SWIFT
CHILLICOTHB, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in eTery partincnt,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
AND
miML WARE.
Is now
WAIMPAPEl
In all lato styles and quality ma le a specialty. Sold in quantities to suit
Customers.
S. O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
Jnst Received
Has just
SPRINE STOCK OF WALL PAPER
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant patterns ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can be found elsewhere in tbe
county.
TRANSOM PAPER,
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cheap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M Ferry k Co , Briggs & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village.
WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Faints mixed to order ready for use
At SISSON'8 DRUG Sf Olttf, Sigh of the red, White end blue barrels.
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CUR HANTS,
ICASltKttltlES.
ST It A WHERRIES,
UOOSEltKltKIES,
UltAPEVlNES.&C.
WM. MoKCLLAR.
Chllllcothe, Ohio.
complete.
reoeived his
BEST BKANDS.
EVERY FARMER
Should call at the
FA It ME US' IMPLE5IENT
MACHINERY AUD SEED ST0EE
OF
A, PURDUM & BRO.,
Where thejr will find a full stock of the terj
beat ol
AGRICl LTLR AL 1HPLEMTS,
CbDsielinfr of the
VAbaMernnd Bur keyeGraln
Drills, One-horse Buck
eyeurllla Tor Corn Land.
The Very best m the market. The
barkeje ImprarM find American Fred
fatten, tern libeller, Delaware Farm
Wa on a. Knnnlitc Mllle, Farm Bells,
(he famoaa Union Churn, the Ureat
Agricultural Steamer,
For cooking food for s toe it. Erery (armor
and a lock miaer ahoulil have one.
Forscythd Srales.
For groceries warehrnaea and farmer. A
large asaortmenl of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Suoh aa HOES, RAIE9, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and FLOWS of all kinds.
also a full aaaortment of
Farm, Veretaele and Garden Beeds
In short a remilar eaUbhhhed btrmer'a aceom
mortation store, where all are invited U call
and examine our to:k
AT NO. ll, PAINT STRfifcT
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AM'
Holloway'sOintmeiit.
TB E grand prinoiple that operates In these
wonderful medicines, i the pnaer thst
they poiea in purifying the turgiu lood,
aud expel'ing the corrupt humora from Hie
aVBtem.
H 01 LOW AY'S PILLS eonaiat of a careful
and peenlisr sitmixnire rf the flheat vegeta
ble extrs'ls, herbs snd medieal glim a. Pn
seaaing not a grain of mineial in iheireom-
hlnatinn, they never expose those who uae
them to any danger, at any time or seaaon.
No 1 oiher need neaiiale to prescribe them
her children, and the most delicate concilia
tion" csn use them with as great a benetit as
the most vigorous and poweilul frame.
HOLLOWAY 4 00., Bole Proprietors.
78 Maideh Lano.NewYork
Hollnway's Pills snd Ointment are sold
ti cenla, t2$ centa and tl perboxorpot.
great saving is made by buying the large stars
taovlsixlw HATS !
Fall Styles,
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MINKA RS II AT &t .OR
PAINT STREET,
CTTTLLICOTHE.
tioct 1871
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American Hand Corn I'lantef
Sent by eipress on receipt of fl CO si ANN
CO. manufacturers. 81 lxilis. Mo LILeral
terms to dealer bend stamp for circular
WITHEEB Y.EUGa 4.SICHABDS0H
MAMJKAC1U HERS )T
Wood Workin- MMhinery 6en6rally
8peciaItlrai-Voodvt-erth Plaalaa,
Tonanrlnaj and Craavrla Maehiaes,
Jiichardaan' fatenl Imprwvrd
Teaaa Marhtara, .te.
Central, cor. Union St.,OECESIES
MASS,
L. B. WlTHERBT. O.J. RUG9.
8. M. RlCttAttrSOft.
Stationery, Portable and Blast'
ENGINES.
8aw Mill, rlouring Mill and Ulast Machinery
a. r. BLAND T, Newark, Ohio.
WORKING CLASSIC8 iR..eTk
iiamiiieea. netpcrisnia employment
mm. rtuw n, . . . 11 1 n . ' wit. n.mi.l ....... I.. ...
full In'tructlona soil a valuable psokage ol
giioiia aen irrfi dj man aaureas wicn s etns
lurn sump, M. lUUflU UU.. It Corllaod
.,N V.
HtnUO'1 dl " wautedl Alt
' i"i wviiaa paupiv, m i
either a-x, v ungoroid, make more money
wu, in r urn in invir mynrm niomenis, or ai
Mima, than anything elite. Particulars free
liiroasa. SI'INnEN A CO., Portland, Maine;
HORRIBLE.
t suffered with Catarrh thiiiv dava. and araa
cured hy a am pie renieiy. Will send receipt
iiuawgeiree, 10 sii smiciea. ttev J. i. ntSAU)
brawar IT.Hyraciae, N V
OPIUM
EATERSs
We rare the habit per
manenMy, cheap, quick.
.nflermg or in
convenieKe. ' Tmm:.t
your suae. Adnreas a. u.
A HaalnUrt", H. J.
Herneo, Michigan, P. Oi
Hux ,
GEANDEST SCHEME OF THE AGE
$500,000
CASH GIFTa
$100,000 for Only $10,
Under authority efsbeelal ligialallve act of
M'iroli 10. IKTI, the Iruntees now annnuncetha
Third nrand Gilt Concert lor the beneltt ol Ilia
Public Library of Kentucky, to coma on in
Library Hall at Louisville, Ky., on
TueNrfay, April Wli, IStS.
At this concert the beat muiieal talent that
ran be prraiuiod from all parts ol 'ha country
will add pleasure in tlio enleriainment, and
len thounnd enan gilts, aggregming a vsai io
tnl of half a million doJIra currency will be
diatriliuted hy lot to the ticket huldcrs, a4
follows:
One grand cash gill fiuo.taw, one grsnd caelt
silt 6".ik(i. one grand cnsl, gift 25,000, una
grand ca-h gilt u.itr), one grsnd cssh gift.
one grsnu casn gin in.uuu, one grsnn can
ga,(H'ii, V4 caall gills of tl,IKKeiich 24.IMNJ,
Mieaxh gifia nf5itleach S5.IKHI, 80 nli gilta of
iJ eaeh 3J,fii, lUUcsah gilts of 3'l esch 0,.
Illll, IJll cnsll g'lta of WHi esi'll 311,110(1, 690 esah
giasnl HKI efti h A9,liO, d.iaaiciish fcllts of 10
each ).WM). Total, lO.tiiu gilts, all cni-li,
f.VH,IHHI.
To provide means for this tnanlrleent tort
cert, one bundled thousand whole tiikelsou
ly will be irsued.
Whole tickeis, f 10: halves, It; andnmrtersi
ti-W. Kieven wliole tickets for tltiO 'o dis
count on leaa than fltK) orders
The ohii ct of this lliir.l gift oon ert, like the
two heretofore given with such universal sp.
proviil, is the u)nigemeiil aud endowment of
the public lihrurv nl Kentucky, which, hy the
special act authorising the concert for its lien'.
eti', is to Ik forever Iree to all cilisens of ev
ery Htnte The drswing will be under the an
pervision or the Truatees of the library, as
sisted by the mott eminent citixena of the
United flutes The aalo of lii keta has already
progressed so fur that complete success is as
uiei,ahii buyeraare therefore notified I hat
they must order at once if they desire to par
ticipate in t he drawing
Die' manauement of this nndettsking has
neen cooiioiiieii oj me irusiees io urn I nus
E Hrunleite, liite (,'overnor of KenNickj,to
whom communications pertaining to the Gift
Concert may be add.'eaed
K T DUKRETT, Prea't
W N HAMiOMaN, Vice Prea't
JOHy 8 CAIN.fec'v Public l.ibrarvof Ky
I'AKMER' liROVEHS' BANK. Treasurer.
As the time for Ihe Conceit is ciore at hacd
(April 8ih.) pirties wsnting tickets shou.d
send in rheir orders Immediately If they
would avoid Ihe rush ami delay absolutely
nnmoidatrle in th few days preceding the
drawing. All orders for agencies, crrculara
ami information will mret with prdmpt aliens
tion. THUH. E. BKAM l.fiTTK, Agent Publio
Library Kentucky) Louisville. Ky.
JBfpy Goods
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WHOLESALE
itn
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE) 0.
WM hate on Sale by the 20th Utt.
a full line of
Dry Goods in bis Wholesale Depart''
meat.
Including the moat popular brand, of
Fancy Calicot,
Shirting Calicost
Brown Muslins,
Bleached Maslins.
Bro, & 51, Sheetings,
Tickings & Checks, .
Domes tio Ginghams,
Denims, Stripes,
Drillings & 0amjricsi
Table Linens .
Crash & Huck towels,
Jeans and Flannels,
Irish Linens, &c &e
Buyera are solicited, to examine his stock
which will be ottered at prices as low as in
other markets.
New supply of Brussels, IngrsiQ. Venetian,
ilemp ind Cottage at
LOWlEStL?
MARKET PRICES
8ct
R. B. KHART.
Seeds, Plants, Trees, prt paid If
Mail.
My hew priced descriptive rslslogne of
choice nower snd gaiden seeds. sorts of
either for f I; new and i hmce varieties ol (Vint
and ornamental fees, shrubs, evergreens.
roes, grapes, tilliea, mall fruits, house anil
bonier plan. a and bnlbs; one year grafted
fruit trees for mailing ruit stock of ankiads;
hedge plsms, Ac; the most complete assort'
ment in the couniry, will be eeni grafla tosoy
jilnin sililre-a, with P. U. bnzM True Cspet
rod Cranberry lb; upland or lowland, tl pes'
Iiski; SI per 100; prepaid by mail. Trade lis
to dehlera. beads on commivsioa. agent
warned.
B. Iff. WATSON, Cld Colobjf
Nnraeries and Seed Wajrenohs,Plyo
month Mass. Established 1842.
SCALES IIt SALE.
FATRliAN K'8
TOCK and Ore Scalea as good as new, for
J:de at erj low price. Osll on
novll
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