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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WHOLESALE.
FALL OP 1073.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
STAPLE NOTIONS,
AT LOW RATES AND LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIPT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
ts.pl 1871
FRUIT JARS
JELLY GLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PA 1ST STIiET.
CIIILLICOTIIE, OHIO,
IlVlTB Ihe attention of merchants and fur
nmmei ( lha large alock of the above sr.
tolas just received. We will sell t 1 le very
low.i Sgures to lha trad. Orders solicited
4 prompllj attended M. ztjul
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEMIST,
McAi-tlmr, Ohio.
Particular attention given to lha treatment
f Ik aalural teeth.
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
fert to the Merchant and Furnace
eu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
lha most favorable. lUeptly
Notice to Teachers.
TI1B BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
.April, May, September, October and
November; and the lit Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
Moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 60 cents is required
by law from each applicant
M. K. BAR A Erf Cu'n ) Board of
J. 8.11 U UN, V School Ex-
L. 0. FEUL'UE, Cl'k, ) aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. get lha Relief and Cure ot the Erringand Va
forluuateou Principle! of Christian
Philanthropy.
Issaya on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
ll.i of Age, in relation le Marringe and 8ocinl
Evils, with aaniiaty aid for the atttictej
S.nt fraa, to aealeJ envelope. Address,
HJWAUD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'iudl
phis, I'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
T)K'l"'AB Meetings of this En.
SSt. J.V:ampment will hereslter he
hcld on Hie second and last
' I i . - ..-.I.
who may be uniting on i mn are invited to
attead. AARON WILL, CP..
Joan T. Rams, 8.
McArthur. Feb'y 17, 1870.
ALLENSVULE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PBOPEIE OES.
HATING fitted up our machinery in first
elate atyle, we are prepared to do
GABBING, SPINNING & WEAVING
n ahort notice and in the most workman
like manner. We have on hand and lor aale
I our factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN HOODS,
Such aa
Jems, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool
fell KM It. I II ION AO,
lina AH'Dkville, Vinlou C , O.
SCALES FOR SALE
TT A. I RB AN K'S
OTOCK and Ore Suales aa good aa new, I
for
Oeale at very low price, uati on
sjdtU B.G.JOffg Attorney.
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Vinton County.
RANNELLS GOES A GUNNING
The Bay Pony Distances the Baldfaced
Roan.
The People Give the Rev. Petroleum
V. Nasby an Appointment
at Hepsidam!
"For they shall gnaw a file and flee
unto the mountains of Hepsidam,
w ucre inn uon roarecn and tne whang
doodle niourneth for its first-born."
We have elpcted Ihy for Rep
reaentative and Rannells for
Prosecuting Attorney. The De
mocracy elect the balance of
their ticket. Below we give the
majorities in tne county ;
Allen lor Governor 245, Lanlz
for Senator 237. Bay for Repre
sentative 46, Dutladwav for
J udge 574 lianneh for Prose
cuting Attorney 122, Bellord
lor Auditor 288, Kelly for Com
missioner 176, Craig lor Sur
veyor 56. Whole vote 2,800,
ol which 19 were cast for Col
lina and 5 for the Prohibition
candidate, the net result ol
which was to run Allen 15
votes ahead of his ticket in
(he county The ballots 6how
that the 24 votes wasted on
Collins and Prohibition were
all Republicans. The whole
vote last year was 2.786, and
the Democratic majority was
216. The vote shous an in
crease of but 14 v,)tes over
last year, notwitbs anding 3
new lurnaces have started in
the county since ihit limp.
The average gain lor the Dem
ocratio State lid et since last
year is 14, corresi on ling exact
Iv with the nurea-ed vote.
Enough Republican') staid at
home to have elected Crow,
made it a very tight race for
Commissioner, and reduced
Allen's majority considerably
below 100. We did very well",
but if the stay-at homes had
turned out we would have done
better.
Below we give the majorities
by townships on Governor, and
the District and State tickets:
BROWN TP.
Allen 37, Lintz 30, Lyle33.
Dulladway 137, Gunning 33,
Bel ord 34 Kelly 33, Craig 33-
whole vote 214.
ELK.
Noyes 30, i'lillson 33, B.iy 80,
Cherington 1, Rannells 97,
Bellord 2. Morgan 40, Crow 37,
total vote 370, 2 votes for Co!-lias.
JACKSON.
Noyes 8, Philson 8, Bay 19,
Dulladway 12, Rannells 24, Bel
ford 43, Morgan 11, Crow 14
total vote 200.
RICHLAND.
Allen 106, Lantz 103, Lyle 80,
Dulladway 141, Gunning 72,
Belford 140, Kelly 99, Craig 44
total vote 442.
VINTON.
Al'en 92, Lautz 91, Lylo 47,
Dulladway 90, Gunning 39, Bel
lord 76, Kelly 97, Craig 67 to
tal to te 140.
SWAN.
Noyes 67. Philson 65, Bay 79,
Cherrington 64, Rannella 88,
Keck 71, Morgan 66, Crow 61
total vote 185.
MADISON.
Allen 60, Lantz 64, Lvle 30.
Dulladway 122, Rannells 9,
Bellord 18. Klly 7, Craig 23,
total vote 320, 11 of which were
lor Collins.
CLINTON.
Allen 24, Lun z 12, Bay 42
DuHadwav 58, Rannells 34
Belford 10, Knlly 20, Crow 2,
lotrl vote 291, 3 for Collin, 5
tor Prohibition.
EAGLE.
Allen 21, Lantz 22, Lyle 19
DuHadwuy 69, Rannells 4
Belford 34, Kelly 21, Craig 11,
total vote 124
HARRISON.
Allen 33, Lntz 38, Lyle 20,
Dulladway 38 Gunning 23.
Bellord 53, Kelly 36, Craig 28,
total vote 156.
WILKESVILLE.
Noyes 37, Philson 37, Bay 56
Chenneton 35. Rannells 40,
Keck 92. Morgan 39, Crow 40,
total 271.
KNOX.
Allen 9, Lanlz 9, Lyle 1, Du
Hadwav7, Gunning 7, Belford
41, Kelly 19, Craig 4, total 91.
i
The Ring alwys take care of
the main chance. The Auditor
and Commissioners handle the
funds, and when they thought
last Saturday that Belford was in
danger, they dropped everything,
and their emmissaries went ev
erywhere in his behalf.
Wk will now sing the
hime"
BlQugh ye tne.trumpeU Nought" (
BALLOON ACCIDENT.
The Fearful Death of an
Aeronaut in Iowa.
From the Wapello (la.) Republican, Sept. 26.
One of the most frightful
scenes that men and women
are ever called upon to wit
ness occurred at this place
Thursday, Sept. 25th, at about
half past 5 o'clock, p. m. the
spectacle of a man descending
from a great height with great
rapidity, with the certainty
that in a moment he will be
dashed to pieces.
John U. Boley has been
malting ascensions in Illinois
and in this State recently in a
hot air balloon. The manner
of inflation is as follows: lie
digs a trench some twenty.
five leet long, and two or three
feet deep and wide. This is
tilled with dry wood and other
combustible matter, and cover
ed over. - At the mouth the
fire is set, and a large barrel,
with a sieve in each end to
keep out cindere, and covered
with cement to prevent burn'
ing, constitutes the chimney
at the other end. Over the
chimney the mouth ot the bal
loon is placed, to cbtch the
heat H8 it rises. The mouth of
the balloon is secured to a
strong wooden hoop mx or
eight feet is diameter, and to
this hoop are fastened the
ropes that descend to the bar
upon which the teronaut
stands in his giddy flight. De
did not use a basket, as is
aual. During the process of
inflation the flames come up
into the barrel, and frequently
ten or twelve feet into the
body of the balloon. When
the balloon is full, and just be
fore starting, it is customary
to have some trusty man en
ter the mouth of the balloon
and place a cover over the top
of the barrel, so as to prevent
danger from fire. 11 is cousin,
James R. Ibpence, whodavels
wilh him, usually performs
this duty. Occasionally Mr.
Boley has started without this
precaution, but it is hazard
ous, and once before his bal-
oon caught fire, burning slow
ly without LliiZing, and be got
down in salety. Thursday Mr.
Spence was unwell, and could
not stand the intense heat of
the balloon, and the ascent
was attempted without the
precaution ol covering the bar
rel. The bickeumg eceuetbat
lollowed was the unfortuuate
result.
The wind was blowing brisk
ly from the south, and it was
not prudent to make the at
tempt, but the Prolessor was
to receive some pecuniary aid
from the Agricultural Socity,
and oue or two ol the Board ot
Mauagers had given their as
bent to the appropriation only
on the ground that one ol the
ascensions should be made
that day. llence the induce
ment, lu part at least, to brave
the peril. Mr. Boley was a
brave, conscientious man, and
he lelt that he must redeem
his promise to make the as
cension.
No sooner had the balloon
oeen let go, than, to the hor
ror and dismay of every one
it was discovered to be on fire
near its mouth, and the Pro
lessor, instead of standing on
his bar, was holding to li with
bis hands and dangling below.
It was a tearful sight, that
sent an indescribable shudder
through the crowd. There was
no outcry, but a sort of smoth
ered groan that was more ap
palling Women sank to the
ground, or hid their eyes, or
burst into tears, and men held
their breath in awful suspense.
Mr. Boley did not appear to
no'ice the fire until he had
gained an altitude ol a bun
dred feet or more, and then it
was too late to let go. Be
sides, bis assistants say that
i he balloon was not fully in-
dated, and no one of them
thought it would rise so high
But up it shot, and he heldjon
to his frail support, the flames
every moment catting away
i he canvas above the hoop,
and thus hurrying the instant
that would launch him into
eternity, Ibere were long
ropes attached to the top of
the balloon that had been used
during the Inflation to control
it, and one of these swinging
out over the sphere came near
him several times, and he at
tempted to grasp it. Could he
have done so, he would have
had other means of support,
besides his weight on this
would have inverted the bal
loon, turning the burning end
up, and though he might have
descended with uncomfortable
rapidity, it is probable that the
volume of canvas would have
saved him. But he missed his
grasp and lost his bat in the
effort, which came whirling
down in advance. A moment
more and the canvas parted,
and he came darting through
space, feet foremost, like an
arrow. Who can ever forget
the sight that witnessed it?
The fall occupied but a few
seconds, but they seemed all
too long.
lie fell in a stubble field of
low ground nearly a half a
mile from the starting point,
coming down on his feet wilh
such force as to drive them in
the ground a foot, and break
ing the bones of his legs in
many places, and thrusting
their ragged ends through the
flesh. The body, bead, and
arras were not visibly injured.
The upper end of the balloon,
shortly after be lelt it, turned
inside out, and fell, a burning
mass, a quarter of a mile away.
John li. Boley was born in
Alleghany county, Pa. lie
moved to Allensville, Vinton
county, O., leaving that place
last June (25ih) lor Aledo, 111.
Ilis age is abcut 31. lie had
made twenty-eight ascensions
before coming west, and has
made twelve since. He leaves
a wile ana four children in
destitute circumstances. Ilis
wife has been staying in Ohio,
and the three oldest children
are now (here. Recently she
became so uneasy about him
that she felt she must come
soon or never see him again.
She was here and entreated
him several times during in
flation not to make the ascen
sion, as she felt he would nev
er come down alive and at
least when everything was
ready she bade him adieu and
told him to kiss the baby
lor the last lime ller present
iment seems to have been too
true.
Ilis remains havd been taken
to Aledo III., tor interment.
las following is a list of let
ters remaining in the postof
fice at Za.leski,0., Oct. 1st:
John II. Calkins, Lucia
Shorne, Geo. Lowoerry, 8am
uel Murray.Elizabeth Mackain,
Geo. Miller, Joney Gainer,
Vint Fergursou, Mary Baker,
Fanny Bwers, Geo. 8. Clem
ents, G. M. Carter Joseph Se f-
J. G. WILL, P. M.
The best thing of the cam
paign is on Claypoole. He went
to Richland m election day to
Uach the Richlanders their po
litical duties, didn't get home till
the polls were closed, and didn't
get to vote.
Good girl wanted immediate
ly at the Uulbert House tor
dining room or chamber work.
Wages $2.00 per week. Ref
erence required.
Pbilsof is elected Senator in
this district.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacx $2.00
Corn it 50
Oats i .-.-..., 40
Wheat 1.90al.40
Beans 2.5U3.00
Potutoed 60(360
Drlod Api-!es 75
Dried Peaches 3.'j0
HavWtmi .. 1500
Uams. country
" sugar cured 14
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7-8
KCF
Butter 2o
Lard i8
Chickens, live 15.25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." 15n25
White Fish 9.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 15
Demarara " 12a.l3
Cuba - i
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1. 00
Sorghum " ....... rf400
Syrup ?6a.l.00
Star Candles, pep lb 25
Tailow .l5a20
Soap, country per lb..., 6a 6
Gtefte 00
Coal. iar bus. ,T8
Wool? .44
SHERIFFS SALE
State f Ohio, Vinton County
Franci Shade., Plaintiff,
aaaiaar
Qeerge W. Miller, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
rieae An Order of Sale.
PURSUANT lo the command of an Order of
Sale iMUed from the Court of Common
Pleaaor Vinton Count), and to me directed
aa Bhenfl of aaid county, I will orter for aale at
the door ot IheCourt Houee. in the town ol
McArtbur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, tie 1st Day of November,
A. D. 1873,
at the hour ofl o'clock , P. M. of said day, the
following deeorihed lands and tenements to
wilt twenly.flve feet oltof the south side of
inlnt No. fourteen, (14) in the town of &,le.
ki, Vin'on counlv, Ohio; said premises be
ing twenly.flve feet front by 160 fret Heep.
aa.d premisee bring fully desrnlied and laid
down on plalof said town made by Lewis W.
Sifloid topographical engineer on the 26 in
day of December, 18ti3.
Appraised at one hundred and ninety riol
tare i lieu) and must bring two-thirds of that
sum
To he aold aa the property of George W.
Miller to satisly an order of sal. , iwued from
ais Hhadea.
ineuourtoi common rieaa n favor ol rran
TEKMSOFBALK: Ca.h in hnd on the day
of aale. ttKOHGE KALEB,
Mieritl Vinton i ounly.
. A. Biattos, Attorney forPlaiotifl.
Octobers, A. 1. ITH. tw
Timet rr Holding Courts In
Ibe Seventh Judicial
District.
ORDER.
TsUBSCANT to an I hod tv et taW. It Is hsrrbv
X erdwml Ik it the several terms of the (Toart of
Cu'iiBiun Plrsj an I lbs District Cunrt within and
Sir the Savsnib Judicial District for tbs yrar
174 a bald at the daan fullowiuf, to wit .
OMflet Court.
Wilh Inf ton, Arll; Mslgs, April 13- Oallln,
April IH; Lawrence, Ap.il to; Scioto, April 23;
Pike, April VJ; Perry, Annum it; I'.irftVIa, Au.
gun. .i, uuttuiiK niigiisi.il. Aniens, 7rpiuiuer
3; Vinton, ftepteaiber 7; Jacksun, Septcnibsr 9.
Court mf Cemaioa Plena.
fiasr icsDiriirok.
Perry Jannary 1ft; My 4; September IS.
Hocking KeUruary IH; May ltd; Octuler It,
'airfield-March Vj Jun.o; November.
aicoKD icaDivistoi,
Lawrence January 17; May I; September 12;
Srlto-llsrch2; June I; Oetober 19.
Jackscn February !M; May tS ; October II.
Pike Mur.'li 31; Jane il; November IT.
Viidon February v; M.J 6, September 14.
THlaDSUSDlVISIOS,
Osllls JVhruarr i April IT; September 14.
Jnlgt-rairuary My 14; October 8.
Wathington-March .'; May ill; October 19.
Athene March 23; June II; November 16,
And II is lurlher ordered Hint due record and
publication of Ibe Ibiegoiiif, be made according to
law
Witness our hsnds this 10th dar of 8eptcn.bort
A. D. 187 1.
SI I, AS H. WRIOIIT,
Jwlll J II A Kfli 11.
T. A. PLANTS, VJudgee,
WILLIAM K IIAHTIMUH,
1RASTUS A. UUTHUIJS,
static or onto,
vi.Toa tjot'NTT; as. )
1,0. W. Hollmid , Chirk of ths Conrt of Com
mon Pieas within and for said ciunty and State
heieby cerlily the foregoing to be a true copy ot
tue brigiuai ornsr now on nie in my emce.
wiTNiai my nann and Iht aval or said
Court at McArthur, this S Id day of
September, A. D. I8T.1
O. W. HOLLAND,
-v ' Ulerk.
loctl873 3w
Legal Notice.
JOHN D. W JONES, a nrn-reeidsnt ef the
couty of Vlnlun, Ohio, will take notice that
puisiisnt to an order of iheConimbelon.ra of said
Vin lull county. Oblo, made at tbelr September
seMlun A. U. 1873. viewers and a surveyor wrra
directed to meet at the bar. of Abel Wells In said
counly,on the
23th Day ot October, A. D. 1873,
at the hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day, to view and -urvey the ri Ute of a certain coun
ty road peiiltoned for liy Maitin Duffy and oth
ers from a ioint neat a pair of bars on the prem
ises ef AM Wells, at the font of the hill oil the
Wilkesvilie road, the ee a northerly direction
along the sho test and best rotara throuth the
lands of Abel Wells, of John D W. Jours, of
Martin Pufley, of ICdxard Fletcher and of Amos
Hartley, to a point on the Jackon road, at lb, line
beiaeen the lands of said Amos Hartley and aaid
Edward Fletrheh the place of terminus
MAIITIN litKFY, Principal Petitioner.
September 25, 18T3. 4w
Worth and Beauty.
Wood's household magazine
ANDTHitCHROMO
I
Having dflhtfdl of the mngniflcent oil chro
mo, Vo Hemite, we are able In ollera combin
atioL of literary and nriixtic worn of genuine
worlh, and at prices unpieredented.
Thia fine copy of a piece of Ms lure's grand
bat work, is not presented in the usual lim
ited style, its dimenxione, I4V20, milking a
picture Ol very desirable .lie in itself.
AN ORNAMENT TO THE BOOH
graced hy It- presence.
Hut a few copies of this beautiful I hromo
will be allowed to go trt the retail stores, and
those will be sold at their
Aclan.1 Retail Price, tG.OO,
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
aiine, both will be furn'.hed for
S1.50.
Aa a premium the picture may be obtained
by sending us two subscriptions for the Mag
line at one dollnt each, or hy aubscrbing fo
the Maganne two years in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Address,
WOOI'S HOUSKHOLiD MAGAZINE,
Newbuigh.N T.
8; E.8H i TES, Publisher. - ' 4ept
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
IIA1IIE:, O.
TTE hsVe purchased and fitted tip the
Tv above mills and solicit the trade ol the
farmera of thia vanity.
8pecial attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given lo please all customers. Mr.
A. A. COZZKM3, an experienced miller, has
tharge ol the mill, and will not lail to deal
lalrly and give general aatiefavtion.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand anl for aale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
TuilT COZZENS k JOHNSON.
S. CRAMER,
HAMDENi X
MANUF ACTURER AND DEALER III '
Uarncas, Saddles,
Urldles, Halters,
Whips, flurB, Trace
Chains, Hamea, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the pnolte generally are Invit
ed to call and tixsmine my stock and pu
lses. 1 make good hoheel work, use h
best stock, and aell at the very lowest prices.
REP AIRING
knd mahUlactu.rmg done lo order, and alt
''Work rVarraiited U Represented
1
100,000,
SUIDAY SCHOOL
WORKERS,
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS OF PRAISE"
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A Long Needed Book.
jPDMCE & CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or 35 Per Hundred
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNATI, 0,
T I FRUIT CAIS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS,
large Stock at low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap aa the brick dust quality.
BRASS KETTLES
POR CELA1N KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
linet
Also a full line of Hardware and
Moue Furnishing Goods
at the lowest figures at HUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office. 31jul
PIANOS
t an agent for tha Sal Of
Smith's American,
(.Co Wood & Co. '8,
Spang's, and
Slvoningcr & Co.'s
O IR, G-.A.IsP'S.
am also agent for
STEITVW VS,
'D4COH It CARR'S,
t. C. LIGHT it, CO.'S,
j. F. II4RRt & CO.'S
AND IIRADUlltl'SriA.OSi
thia lint incluilea all the different grades of
pianos and orgnns made, some of them be
ing excellen t Tustrutnenta at very reasonable
prices.
During the vneation or longer, I will ofler
these instruments lower tha" they can be cb
iairled etew)iere. I invite my fr'endt and Ili4
public geherally to examine Ihe stock and
fricea Ol' dealers in the cit ann elsewhere, al
can ailord to and will sell cheaper lhn par
ties who area! a hflnvy expenne in Irdv'elinr?
about thecounlry wilh wngnn..or nre paying
enormon rents and insnrnnee for palatini
stores Not lieing at this expense I will give
purchasers tlit) benefit ol that fact in mnking
SAles.
Give meacatl "t my residence, and I will
guarantee sa'ixfnotinn 10 prices, durability,
tone and Ininll or all ihtrnmenta sold. All
instruments warranted in every respect for
fire years
Ministers, Churches nnd Bandit?
School, supplied at lowest rates.
M. It. BARNES,
High St., two doors west of Mar'te't,
Won MeARrnrR, o.
pa
AND ORGANS.
Pm
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Eh
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O
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p
JOHN M. GCEHNEH,
DEALER IN
ItaViaA and Vermont lWarble
ANJI
S6CTCD trUMlIIOSllEKTS
ALL KINDS OIT
GRAYE-YAhD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry Stbet'n Second &atei
Ctaillicotiie, Ohio.
i execute all Ihe finer designs, use the beet
mswial, and can not he undersold. Persona
wishing any work In my line are invited to
1 1..I4 .11 .b In ..,,
examine work, stock and prices, before mek
in. conlracla.
1 personally eimeilnten'd the careful setting
op or sion s anu monuraeni. oougn. a mj
e.tatililkhmenr.
Rv buying at thia ahop yon will save from It
to xu per cent, paia to a in, xiapni
ElxrBRiBMOB will teaoti any man tlia
it is advantageous to patronise those
who a4i.8S in nswspaperr ..
i8 MA.DEIV LINE, X.Yf
IMPORTER
AND DKALERlft
Foreign and Americaft
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
toolsEtc.
Old Watch Case old Cold ksngarew
ORDERS rJOLICITiib.
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FAEM FOE SALE.
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working. 4H feet best coal. For ai e, rheap
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LIME! LIME!
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I fresh lime from my k-lra, 1 1 mile ;'hf
McArthur, at one dollar per barrel at the kilo,
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