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Particular stteutlon given to the treatment
$f the ostursl teeth.
No Business Down os Saturdays
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants nd Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
OsVDrj Goods and Notions, on terms
'the most favorable. 19eptly
A. SPENCER NYE. J.S.MACkEY.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
rockery,China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
as and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITETHE COUBT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STRET.
Notice to Teachers.
iTUE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meot at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Es
animations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidonce of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant.
M.U. HA U.N Ed Cli'n
L. 0. PKUDUE, Cl'k,
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For Iho Relief nnd Cure ot the Erring nod Uu-
4 - Ibrtuuuteou Princlplxaori'hrmtiim
Essays on the Error of Youth, and the fol
liss of Axe, in relation to Marriage sad Soclul
Evils, with sauitsiy aid for the nfflicled
ieat free, In seale.l envelope. Address,
IOVYAKD A4jC1ATI02(, BoxP, H.:'vmI
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
T EGIU.AR Meetings ofthts En-
.CV lV-ampmeiit will herentter be
6o4rJlit-lil on t lie second anil last
"xlit Wednesday evenlugs mt each
mouth. pHtnmvhn m oilier eticampmeule
-who may be visiting om -own are invited to
inland. JOHN P. JjUNKUS.O.P.
Join T. Raph, 8.
MuArthur, Kfh'v 17, 1870.
r.'eT'.. i .-v m t m a ft x aT-
" - - " - -
THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND 13LOOD PUBIFIEB-
NJ It is not a quack nostrum;
III The ingredients are published
L M on each bottle of medicine. It
r: 1 Is used and recommended by
s, BQ B 2
1 F in f I FbysioianswberoTeritbasbeen
I KTnJ Introduoed. It will posiUTely
A I and Undrtd diteam. RREtTMA
W mm Vl.J'SJf, WHITBSWHLLISO, OOUT,
DEBILITY; INC I PI BUT COS.
BVHPTlONmi all dtoeaaea srUisg
from an Impure condition ot the
Blood. Send for our BoeiDiue Ai
II am ao, in which ma wlH BJidoerti fi
esta from relUble end trnrt-worth
PbTtlcUn, Uialiten of the Ooipei,
Dr. n. miCrr,of BaIU
mora, uti bebi wed it In cur of
Bcroful end other dlaeete with
Dr. T. C. Vmgk, of BtlUmore,
recommend it to all peraone raffer.
ingwith dieed Blood, eajring it U
nperior to aujr preparation he hi
eTBeT. Dabaer Dalt, of the Bab
timore M. E. Conference Booth, cava
be ha been to mnch benefitted by
Ua nee, tbst he eberf ally recom
mend it to all bis friendaand ao
. qnamtaaoe. ...
Crarea aV 0t Drnsriata, at
OordooTill Va., mj U never baa
failed to give eatlaf action.
aeaaelG HeVauMen, Voiw
freeeboro', TenBeaeee, awfi it ear4
him of Bheumatism when all alia
THKR06APAUB TW OOWnSCTIOH WTTH OUH,
m cure Chill and Ferer, Liver Oe?aWt, IT.
SriTetc. We guarantee Boiaawpertor to
SerBlood PMifler. Bend for DtacrloUT.
Areolar or Almanatv, ,
Adore, CLEKEaTS kOO,
IB. Commerce BL, Battin tr, Jfi
junembez to aak yon tot Boauuua.
Dr. BovrB3,Denti8t, McAi-j
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, Mny 25th, 1873, train
will run ae follow: No. 3, 4, A and
run dmlji allotber train dailr.Suiiay ex
cepted. OOINO IA8T.
No.. No. 3. No. 1.
Station; P1.I. E1. rant L. Cm. Ex.
anolnnil...10 stipm 1 00pm 1 OMtn
Uhlllicoihe. t I6m t Oupm 11 4m
Hichlml Fur.. 3 0m S 4Hpm 12 tiptn
nninuvn H a imai
MsAruca....... 3 Hum
Vinton ...m. m 3 nTnm
Zaleki.M. 3 toam
Hope Furnace.... 3 olani
No. S. Not. No.S.
FaatL. fit.l. Kx Cm. Ex
..... I UUam 11 lUam lu 3Unm
Hooe furnace. lu ft.'nm 1 &loin 1 bim
lileKl........U itimii 3 01pm 1 loam
finton......... It Hum 3 lopra 1 Hnni
MoAaTMOE 11 IBmn 3 2opm 1 2lrn
Utm'len ..11 3").ira 3 3lpin 1 3iun
fichlacd Fur.... 11 4Am 3 '4pm 1 45m
Chillicolhe......! Mpm 4 4Apm 1 4iam
Ctorinnati . oopm S aopm S 2Uam
NO. 1 will ilon between Cincinnati and Bln
climer, at C. At 8. Junccioo id Lovelund on
ly; et ot HlHni'heter it will atop al all n.
lion eavrpt Karmer', Hnrner'e, Moontille,
Mineral, New Knulunri. big Kun, Cutler. Lit
tie nocking. Fiemini(', and Tunnel. Nil. 3
will litop ou WtU)ro I rn.in.1 at O. A 8.
Juocl ou, Loveland and OroenHeld only; on
Kuteru Uiiion at Humdea, MuArlh ur,
Zaleaki, and all alai ion aat ot A then Thie
train will nUo top at Kiux'a, iuvhun, Mio
villeand Mineral City onign:il. NOH. A AND
6 will top at 'l, 4 Junutiiin, UoveUml,
Ur?enHolili Chilluoihe. Ilnmdrn. Allien and
Scott Landing only. NO. 3 will make all the
mp ueiween riuKarrDiirg and Hhinnliexit r,
except Tunnel, 'lemiiiK'e, L.H tie Hocking,
Mineral (Jlly, KiiiK'a, Inhiim Vinton Fur
nace and Farmer'; between bluonlieater and
Cincinnati, at Loreland, C. AH. Junction and
Cmminaille only. NO. 4 will t.p at H.
pre, Vincent , pew fcngland, all alHtion bes
tween Allium an i Haindeu, and wet of Ham
den, at tiliillicolhe, llreenlield, Lovelau t,
Maditonville, C a. Ji'n'.Uou andCutuinini.
PARKERSBURO, MtRETTV AND ZALE3
Kl A(X!OM LAIIJN.
The Parkeraburg, Marietta and Zilejkl Ac
eoiiiinoilalinn leavea Zileaki nt 0 lu a. m.,
arriving nl Parkeraborg at 9 30 a. m ; r
turning le,ivea Piirkraburg w lu P. M.,
arriving at Ziileaki nt 6 M f. II. Tin train
atop at all M ilium.
The Zulciki Freight going eaH Imta
Cliillirotlie at e On a. in t lUvaville 7 V; Hu-h-Itnd
fi.rnnce, S OA; Haindeu, arrive 8 .1
depnrt U (XI; McArlllur, U 3d; Vinton, lit OA;
Ziiieiki I" -V). doing weat-ZideaKi,4 0" p.m ;
Vinton 4 . M-'tilhur & mi; lliinidcu, arrive
ft .10-dep.'irt 0 no; Itiidilnnd Furnace, U an;
Knyiville, 7 (XI; Cliillicnthe, S 3V
Train on the I'OK I'rt. MOUTH BRANCH
will leave llamden at S 15 a.m. and 3 43 p m
arriving at Poromouih nt II 20 a m.and 0 16p.
m. Returning train ill leave Portainoiith at
8 IS a. m, una 12 3.1 p. ni , arrivmgat Uain
ilen at II 15 a. in. and 6 45 p. ni.
Tram oonnoct a: I.ovelund for all point on
te Little Miami Railroad, and nt the Indianap
nl in ami Cinoinniiti Railroad .functi n for all
point Waat; at Athens, with the Colmnhii
- the A
W. PEABODY, General Superintendent.
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
CHARLES W. BAENETT, Proprietor
1T7ILL run regularly to McArthur Station
1 r to meet an train.
Hack leavea McArthur peat offlca ai 10
nVlouk, A. M , to meet Fnat Line Weat; at
I) M t meet the Cincinnati Ktp e go ng
it; al go'oiock P.M., In meetlhe it. Lnni
E(prea going weat, al S P. M. fur Faai l.inn
i.t. Will meet the I'arkeraburg, Marietta
tml Zile.ki Aoenimnadittiuo on application
in perron or by letinr.
order left at the poatofflce, lie Arthur, or
bundae, prjinptly attended to.
Proceedings of the Vinton
County S. S. Union Convention.
T ie following la a synopsis
or t he IS. S. Convention, held at
IIaniden,on the Olh and lOlh
ot M iy, 1873:
After the usual opening ex
ercises, tlio topic, l,The Model
Superintendent," was first ta
ken up; we regret that space
will not permit ui to allude to
the many pertinent and prac
tical remarks from the numer
ous speeches made. Next the
topic '-Model Teacher" was pre
sented ty Ilev. Parmlee who
was folic wed by several mem
bers in short, spicy speeches.
The question elicited 6ome
earnest discussions respecting
the proper qualification ol the
teiclier. Capt. Witherspoon,
a non-professor, but a tlior
oughly live S. S. man, took
strong grounds in favor of
enlisting that element in our
S. S. work. lie became so
earnestly engaged in the sub
ject, that he ascalted down
by a mo'ion to adjounn; which
At S a. m., we were all in
place, and after opening ex
ercises, the following commit
tees were appointed, to report
On Resolutions: Rev. E N
Nichols, Dr. S. 0. Teters, Cap
tain J. S. Witherspoon.
On motion, the topic of last
eveniug was ogaiu taken up.
10 allow the Gapt. to finish his
speech, which was interrupted
la.-t evening, by a motion to
The question box was nex
opened and a number ot im
portant practical questions,
such as most often perplex our
S. S. tenohers were read and
Next followed the discussion
ol the question, "Shall our S.
S. adop'. the international uni
form series of lessons?" It was
ably opened up by Capt. With
erspoon, on the affiriniiive, and
Mr. UlaytotJ, on the negative.
They were followed by several
other, every one of whom fa
vored the adoption of toe se
ries of lessons.
An election of officers for
the ensuing year was then held
reBultlBg as follows: President,
J. 8. Iluhn; Secretary, II. W.
Coultrap; Treasurer, II. II.
Swaim; Corresponding Secre
tary, J. S. Iluhn.
Executive Committee Rob
ert Thompson, R. S. Barnhill,
Dr.S. C. Teters, R. M. Steele,
Dr. Uorsline, J. S. Wither
Delegate to State Conven
tion J. S. Uuhn; Alternate
Dr.S. 0. Teters.
The following were elected
Vice Presidents of their re
spective townships, to wil:
Win, Walker, Wm. Vest, 11.
II. bwaim, W. S. Crow, Charles
W. Taylor, Robt. Thompson,
Clark McPherson, R. M. Steele.
The other townships having
no represontativea, no Vice
Presidents were elected, but
will be supplied by President
Next, came reports from the
schools represented, ten in
number; most of the reports
were quite encouraging, es
pecially those of the Ilamden
Furnace and Locust Grove
Schools. The former reported
an enrollment of one hundred
and twenty scholars, an aver
ape attendance of 90; No, of
volumes in library 530; No.
semi-monthly papers taken,
100, out of debt and money in
the treasury. The latter al
most up to this; it is the school
that took the banner last fall.
We woulJ publish all the re
ports if space would admit.
The Coruimtteo ou Finance
reported as dllows:
Resolved, That each School
in the County be requested to
raise one doll&r, and forward
to the secretary as fund for de
fraying the expenses of the as
sociition, and to pay the trav
eling expenses of a delegate to
the Slate Convention.
Committee on resolutions re
ported the following :
Resolved, That this conven
tion earnestly solicit the co
operation ol the irienls of the
Sunday School to aid in oriar
iz.ng, sustaining and making
more efficient the Sunday
Schools ol this county.
Resolved That the Vinton
Record and McArthur Enquir
er, are requestod to publish the
proceedings of this Convention
Resolved, That the lienrly
thanks of the members of this
Convention be tendered the
kind people of II am Jen for
their hospitality to members
and delegates in attendance
To this should be added one of
liea i ty thanks to Miss Payne,
who was faithfully present to
enliven and sweeten our labor
with the melody of song.
We closed with a children's
meeting, which was feelingly
and ably addressed by Mr.
Long of Jackson, who came in
near the close of the Conven
tion to infuse a new enthusiasm
We shall long remember this
Convention, and shall never
forget the kindness ot the citi
zens of Ilamden; both the
Jackson and Fox Houses open
ed their doors .o the delegates.
tVe had the pleasure of en
joying the hospitality ot the
latter, and can freely recom
mend it as a pleasan'i and ev
ery way desirable place to stop.
The time and place of next
meeting was left with the Ex
ecutive Committee, also lire
grand union pic-nic to be held
sometime during the summer
or lall was left for them to ar
H. H. SWAIM, Pres.
J. S. HUHN, Sec'y.
Adam C. Douquty, son of
Rev. R. Doughty, of the Mc
Arthur M. E church, when
jumping on a train on the C.
& H. V. R. R., last Thursday,
slipped and fell between the
cars, the wheels of the rear
car passing over and crushing
both legs. He died from the
elect of his inguries the next
day, his parents reaching him
before lie died. The deceased
was air employee of the road,
and was twenty three years ol
Three weeks from next Sun
Any 8 P. Deever will deliver
an oration at Bethel Sabbath
School for the benefit of the
J Sabbath School children.
The New Time Card.
Tne time curd published in
another column may be re
lied on as correct Sever
al errors occur in the tablo
published by the Enquirer,
which makes it wholly unrelia
ble. Persons who wish to visit
any point on the road should
first be sure the train they are
about to take stops at the de
sired station. None of the
through trains stop at all sta
A new train has been put on
the road between Zaleski, Ma
rietta and Parkersburg, which
will enable persons having
business on the east end to
reach any desired point and
return the same day. By leav-
ng McArthur on the Fast Line,
11:19 A. M. and returning, ar
rive on. the Fast Line, at 6:11
P. M., persons may visit Chil
licoihp, and have four hours
for the transaction of business,
and return the same day. At
intermedials points, except
Ilamden, if they wish to reach
home thesame day, they must
return on the Cincinnati Ex
press, at 1:03 P. M. The Cin
cinnati Express east, and the
St. Louis Express west carry
the mails. The time card ac
commodates local travel from
points in this county better
than any heretofore issued by
the company, and we doubt
not will work to the interests ol
the ro?d as well as that of the
Adjourned Meeting of the Bar
to Take Action the
Death of John Mayo.
At au adjourned meeting of
the Vinton County Bar, held
at the Court Iiouse, last Thurs
day, to take action upon the
death of. John Mayo, the com
mitlee made the lollowing re
port, and copies dl the same
were transmitted to the wife
and parents of the deceased,and
ordered to be printed in the
Vinton county paper:
The members of the Bar of
Vinton county havo astern-
bled to pay their tribute ol re
spect to their deceased broth
er, John Mayo, Esq:
These meetings of the Bar,
painful in every case, are rend
trod doubly so in this instance,
when they commemorate
life so brilliant, so promising
and so brief.
Admitted to the Bar at the
early age ot twenty-one, he at
once commenced the practice
ot law, and with no other re
sources than a well stored
mind, an indomitable will and
untiring energy, he succeeded
in establishing himselt firmly
in the practice in an astonish
ingly short period of time.
Mr Mayo was a young man
ol great promise, possessed of
firm convictions, decided ac
tion, find discernment, and
quick perception?, he bade
lair, ut no distant da', to take
his place among the loremost
members of the Bar of South
We aro justly proud of Mr.
Mayo; we take pride, not in
the lawyer, only, but in the
man, for his private life was
but the counterpart of his pro
fessional one. In him the Bar
has lost one of its brightest or
nanieots, society one of its
most useful members, the
county one of its best citizens.
and we, his brethren ot the
Bar, can here only oiler our
condolence to 1iis family and
friends in this their great be
reavement, and droplhym
pathetic tear over the loss oi
him, once so universally re
spected, now so universally
J. A. Feltok ia keeping
things lively in the dry goods
-trade, tie baa just returned
from the city with another full
stock of Summer Uoods for
both ladies' and gentlemen's
wear, lie reports stock and
prices such as will make glad
the hearts of all who wish to
buy. Now is the time to make
your purchases, and Felton's is
the place. Go before the stock
is picked over; for the public
to ever permit goods to remain,
long on his shelves and coun-.
ten. ... ,-.
Wu.,D. itcLaugblla awl Ke
breca X. Cotterll .
John W. Price and Mary Klchcr.
Pearly Arbauzh and Lucina Davis.
Michael Parker and Mary . JIc-Cormlck.
Flour, per sacv., $2.50
Corn , .60
Wheat , 1.75nl.8i)
Dried Apples 75100
Dried Peaches... 3.00
Hav V ton 15.00
llaius, country i
surar cured 15
Smoked Sides 10
Pickled Pork 7
Chickens, live 20a.23
Hocking dalt pur bbl 260
WWte Fish 7.00
Coffee Sugar 15
Deuiara " 12.1.15
Now Orleans Molasses SOal.OO
Sorghum " 4050
Star Candles, per lb 25
Soap, country per lb 6s. 6
f 1 PCM .
Coal, per bus..... .7 (II
Uojfs, dressed y cwt o oo
Di. Boweks, Deutist, McAr
C. J. BIUJNGHURST,
and dealer ia all kindi or
A. 3L.B TJMS
PR A. MBS-,
caretiillT d'na, and the small eat picturea
eularged to aoy aito, and
Finished in Oil,
or any btherelyle- that may be denred, at the
Larae and tajoty' flnlaked Phatarafrfce
eaa be made from old and faded,
Pictures of all kinds-' framed
t Order, .
1 . i ...
'nrf all work jrnrrauted to giro satisfaction.
D. M. FERRY'S
BRIGGS & BRO'S
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUG STORE OF
North Side Main St, two Doori
West of Market,
Seeds Warranted to be
,. the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
BEST IN THE MARKET,
Should ealt at the
" FAUMEKS IMPLEMENT
MACHISERY AND SEED BT0BE
A. PURDUM & BR0.,
When the; will Snd a full itoek of the ?erj
.. . Oooiittinjc of the
-Drills, Oafbene Buck
eje Drills Tovttom Ltmd.
' 'The Trj best in the market. The
Backeye ImpreTee1 mmi Aaierleaa Fee4
Cattere, Cera gkellere, Delaware Farea
Waaeaa. Faaalac IMIlla, Farm Bella,
the faaaeai lalea Caara, the tireat
For vooking tood fcr 'einea. Ererjr farmer
and Honk raieer ahould kave one.
Far groceries, warhrne and farmen.
large aaaortmentof r"a KM
Soak in HOGS, RAKES. FORKS, SHOVELS,
and FLOWS of all kinds.
alto a (till assortment or
Fwm, Veretaeh and Garden Seeds
r. . r.miiaFcatihlii.hed'larfriar'a aceom.
motti-fln etore, where all are rovited to
and examine our atoca-,
' it NO. 17, PAIMT STREET
raO ESMMOT IS
S. O. SWIFT.
Vy Spring Stock in everj department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
la now complete.
la all late atylet and quality made a apecialty. Sold in quantities to autt
S. O. SWIFT,
A large stock, and the richest, most elegnnt pattern i evor brought to this mar
ket A laiger slock, atrd better quality thai can be found elsewhere in tba
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cbeap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shaded,
and Curtain fixtures.
GARDEN fcFLQWEU SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed eardens of D. "Si Venr & Co.. Briees 'k 'Pro., ant
the old reliable big packages from Shaker
WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for us.
At SISSON'S DRUG ' STORr Sipn of the red, whita and 'b'lae -lmTrDr,r-'
The parlor companion. -et-
eiy iH'ty wniu. tne I Every in;m wanta one I
Sent on refeiot of ten renin. A'tilreae'L. f.
UYOE A CO. 1X5 Hveath Avenue, few York.
BON.TOX FLIRTATION 8IGJEAL8.
Sent on iecni,t ol 25 eta. Unique printing
and publi ailing House, Sa-Veaey street. New
The Deckwltk 20 Family Sewlnc 31a.
eklne, oa 30 Day Trial) many ailvaniax-
ea over all. BaiiHaciion gnaranieea, or no
lelunded. Senteomplete,with hill direction.
Hrckwith Sewing Machine Co., SGi-limiilway,
THE NEW ELASTIC TBldS. Am
import iawaioa. It retains the rupture at
all times, and under tne naroeat exercise or
aevereat atrain. It ia worn withcVTnlort, and
irken't On niiiht Snd day, fftectsa permanent
pure in a few weeks. Hold cheap, and snt by
mail when ren'inued. circulars dee, when or
dered by letter aent to The Elaatln Truae Co..
No. 683 Hroadwry. N. Y. City, tiotmdjr OSes
metal aprina truaats; too palnfnl; they alip
or) too frequently. lmyim
FOR AU WHO ARE WILLING TO WORK
Ann neraon. old or 011112. of elthM aei.
can Vnake from tlu to f.iO per week, at home
or m connection witn otner nuameaa. waul
ed by al . Billable to either city oreountir,
and any -seaaonof the year. Thia ia a rare
opporttnilty for Ihoae who are out of work,
and out of money, to make an independent
bring. No capital being require,. Our
pampKlflt, "How to Slake a Living," giving
fill mairuetiona, aent on receipt of lu cents.
Addreaa. A. BURTON A CO..Momsiana,West.
cheater Co., N. N. linyam
THIS highly popular article is unequalled
brany other application lor the cure ot
A4 ia Iht Braut, Catlap 1 a er Tumort
from, ottur can; Fnik Womwil or Braiw.,
Fmr Barm, or othtr old Sort or Ulcert;
Chapped Hand; Siriia DioMt, Ppnint,
Ring Worm, Ball RHoum Tetter,
Abocma, Boift, Runu, Sulfa,
Droning of Blidtrt, Ooraa, CaifMafaa, Caroaaeba,
It will tie found very enVaclon in the cure
ef Neuralgia, Sore Eves, Face Ache, and all
Pries 60 cenvs per box.
H. C. CADY. Solo Proprietor,
-SOLD BY ALL DRUG G8TB.
tBE grand principle that. operates In these
woaderfal medicine., ia the poaer that
they pomeaa in purifying the tnrgiil blood,
kod expelhDftflie corrupt humors frem the
HOI. LOW A T'8 PILLS ennaist of a ea refill
and peenltar admixture rf the, Driest yegela
ble extra -Is, herbs and medical gums. Poa.
aeating not a grain of mineral In their com
bination, they never expose those who oae
them to any d.niter, at any time or season.
No other need heaitaie to prpacribe them to
herchiblren. and the moat delicate eonetitn
tirnia eao uae them with aa gfrat a beneht as
the rft st vigoroua and pow-eifui frame. .
HOLLOW AT k 00., Sole Proprietors.
76 Maiden Lane.NewYork
Holloway's Pills snd Ointment are sold st
S5 cents, Ct cents and 1 1 per box or pot. A
great savin 1 n made by buy 1 ng tne large sixer
SOAIxLS FUR SALE.
F1 A TTJrTANK'B.
STOCK and Ore Scales as good as new, for
tale at yery low prtee. Call on
novll H.0. JKE3 Attorney.
FARMS FOR SALE.
THE Hum on whlcit I now reside la Jack '
aon townahip, Pike Co., O., near Sharon. .
ville, and eon raining nearly nx hundred aeret
Also my farm in Liberty loagahip, Rosa Co
O., and containing about Sao seres. I will sell
either or ...
BOTH FARMS AT A BARCIAIS.
rur luuiipr mnn.i.,iv. t ail w t, u a otikf ,u
me directed to Omega, -Ptke Vo ,'Ot The.
Drat farm ia in one of the moat datfraMo aim
ationa in the townahip The farm id Liber
ty'tnwnahin i very convenient to the depot
al Ixitirtonderry. WASON JONEa.
WILL nd Ike Record eoeoli4 ailw
tha lamratusaorttntnit of HoVaeand Jafk'
cuu to be found in any office ia this section
of the Stale.
Bills Printedon-S'hcrt Notice
FEWUER-WEK3IIT HATS !
MINEAR'S HAT iT0R!5
7ANTEI), agents Snd peddlet-s Ibr ear
I' Preaaand Htrainer Fresses and strains'
tarns, jellies, herbs, vegetable, lard, tallow.
lira .a, cerav, c. VT.r w,i" euai ,n a
few localities. Bells quick. Every family
.w, 1 r. 1 u . .m 1 1 1 11 .ng vuir, vn.v.
liahed agents are finding this very profliable.
Circulars fiee. l.ittletteld and Dame. HH
Washington street, Boston, Mass. ImsySw
NEATLY &, PROMPTLV
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