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THE VINTON RECORD
.mca:kthuk,:ohio,
TlIUKSpAY.JUNni8. 1874
Third Term.
.Ther hat been ft deal of talk
. ia the Independent and Demo
cratic journals of a third term
for President. Grant. We have
not-heretofore noticed it. for
the reason that we thought the
President was a man. of too
much good sense to entertain
the idea of any such a possi
bility, and that Euch reports
were gotten up by the opposl
tion to bring reproach upon
Aim in the eyes of the people,
and were too transparent to de
ceive any person.
We are still loth to enter
tain any other opinion, but
last week the Washington Na
tional Republican, which is re
putsd .to be the official organ
of the administration, publish
ed an article which has attract
ed considerable attention, and
is generally regarded as a
"feeler." Such being the case
we will undertake to say what
is the feeling of our county as
W3 have observed it to exist.
The . Republican says that 'if
the presidential battle of 1876
were to be fought this year no
candidate upon any platform
could, defeat Grant" And
again, "it is dmittted on all
Bides" he would ube re-lected
for a third term almost with
out opposition, and in spite of
all the traditions of our poli
tics."' 'That may be the indica
tion of the Washington at
mosphere; in the country it is
different. There is a very re
spectable portion of our peo
ple ho are opposed to more
than one term for a Pre&ldent;
there is an overwhelming ma
jority who are utterly opposed
to more than two terms, and
have that limit as firmly fixed
in their .minds as though it
were'a part ol the organic law
of the land. To them a can
didaoy for a third term would
be regarded as little less than
revolutionary, and regardless
of the respect or affection they
might have for the person.
would arouse aa. opposition
which ' would overwhelm the
man or party which departed
from so firmly established a
precedent. The Republican
mistakes the' temper ' of the
American people, $t least as it
is reflected in this locality,
when it givei utterance to
euch predictions as those above,
and in doing so we can not but
believe it wrongs the President
by attempting to deceive him,
and cultivate an ambition,
which,while it might be honor
able enough in the President,
would be regarded by the
people as verging, upon crim
inalty. We hope to see Prest.
Grant, as the leading represen
tative of one of the roost im
portant epochs of American his
tbry, retire irom office .en
shrined in the hearts of the
people, the .type of all that
was brave, patriotic and honor
able of that most memorable
epoch, not dwarfed, by an
over-reaching ambition or sour
ed by disappointed hopes. This
be rnay do despite bicf political
opponents. May he be equal
ly fortunate with his friends.
An attempt at a third term
candidacy would be disastrous
to his heretofore honorable and
successful career. We beg ot
the . Republican that we hare
no more such . twaddle from
the ', President's friends leave
that for his enemies.
in
on
Th Jackson Standard and
Pike County Republican are
lookingjfor a Democratic paper
which-is not laboring in the in
terests of free whisky., .They
have failed to find it, and have
about given qp the search in
despair.' ' ' "
a
for
Labor quantitiea of pig iron
aie lying at the various fur
naces in -La wrence- and. Jack
sbn: counties awaiting an ad
vance' in price. ' ' '
he
Vsnj Lodge, No. 668, L- 0.
O. F. was instituted iq Nelson
villein. Friday ;evening, 6th
inBt, under very favorable an?
apices. .
we
of
i.f
The Editorial Convention.
The editorial . reunion at
Chillicothe was an . enjoyable
affair throughout The attend
ance was large, .the press and
denizens of toe Ancient UJf tro
polis entertained the guests in
the style which has long since
made therai famous) jfotVttieir
hospitality, and all went merry
as the proverbial marriage belt,
It is but' doll Work , and
hopeless Usk to make the types
tell ot two days of solid mirth
and enjoyment. '.There is too
much of good feeling and bap'
py recollection to be transfer
red to paper." Poets might
gush over such an occasion,
but the editor is too ' modest
and withal ton common-place.
While the brain whirls with an
ecstacy of pleasure his pen be
comes, paralyzed 1 with' the
crowd of thoughts, and he must
always end where he" begins
with an apology for the lame
ness of his description. ' When
he furnishes the tact that there
was two days ot feasting, fun
and frolic, the rest must be
supplied by the lively imagina
tion of the reader1.
Among the places of note
visited was the 'stock (arm ot
Hon. L. G. Delano, Prest. of the
State Board of Agriculture, six
miles from Chillicothe, on the
Circleville pike. ' Alter exhith
ting his fine horses which by
the way, it would pay the far
mers and horsemen of our
county to examine Mr.'Dela-
no invited the prty in to what
he styled a lunch. If tbat is
Mr. l).'s lunch we would like Jo
drop in on him sometime wheu
he has what he would call a
u6juare meal."
In the evening the military
and fire department displayed
their proficiency, much to the
delight of us rural folks who
do not indulge in such iuxur
ies. After this carue a banquet
at the Masonic LI all, five long
tables running the whole
length of the ball, loaded with
all that could please the eye
and tickle the palate Mar
luff attending to the edibles
and McKfillnr, ot liooo Qrooo
Nursery, furnishing the orna
mental, in myriads of blooming
flowers and handsome boquets.
About four hundred ladies and
gentlemen were present, and
toasts, responses aiid . feasting
were the order until the "wee
sma' hours."
The programme of, next day
included a visit, to Fruit Llill
and Adena, the homes of Gov
Allen and Gen. Jamei T.Worth
ington. To those who have
had the good fortune to enjoy
the hospitality of these gentle
men and '' their' ' respective
households the comfort, ele.
gance, and beauty of. their
&rand 'old homes and beauti
ful surroundings it need nof
be told this was a - season . of
enjoyment. Whoever has
"done" the Ancient Metropolis
without a visit-to Fruit llill
and Adena, with their event
ful history of nearly a century
clinging about them, has1 lived
vain. '
We almost forgot to' tell that
the man who has' been espe
cially marked .or'hrs 'piety,
IIon!Rlcbard Smith; of the
Cincinnati Gazette; lectured
the rural roosters oil metropol
.tan subjects. ; He looks' efer
inch A Deacon, and bis remarks
Mere ia the main well received;
but as he diu' not go back into
the dust ol ages past he tread
the corns of son;e"of the
brethren who have; Buck prr
tuberances. ' ' ! ; " ;'' "'''
Come to think of it fhere was
business meeting 'also. The
necessity .'of selecting' a place
the next annual meeting
rendered this obligatory or we
are afraid it would have! been
neglected.' .McArthur.was the
lucky place. "To our brethren
one and all .we wish to say. that
our citizens are gratified at the
selection , and invjte them. U tp'
withxianex June. WbU w
haven't, as much city s some;
other places to show our guests
haye, a correipupding ' in
crease ef ponntryj and McAr
Ihjir. isj determined-not ;tp; ,be'
outdone in hot pi t ah ty by cities
greater proportions. -
r o:i'jl tiuw kt'.iiWJ.
Programme for Commencement
Week at Ohio University.
Bity. t , .
vjSuridaj, Juno 21, 10;30 A. M
Baccalaureate address, . Presi
dent Scott.. i t ' .:.
v
Monday, June 22,-7, P. M.,
prize contest between the
Athenian and Pljilonjatbean
Societies. JlllZL
""TueBday' june, 23, TP, M
Address before the Literary So
cieties by Rbt.:0,U. Payne,
D. D.d il ht u-l 'i ' i .'.'' a
1 1! Wednesday", June 24,' 10 A.
M-i - Annual i Meeting; of the
Board of .Trustees; 2 P. M., An
ual Meeting of the Alumni As
sociation; 7-Pj M:, Annual Uni
versity Address1;' by Hen.' Will
Cambaok.'"!; I'1''"
-i Thursday, June 25thj 8 A'. M.,
Orations 6f the Graduating
Class; Master's oration, by Wil
liam D. Lash, A. B., of the class
of 1871. : i ; ' r.
Brete Harte in a new Role.
Brete 'LI arte w ill have a'eto-
ty for children, in St. Nicholas
tor J lily entitled, "Baby Sylves-
er, and ol course, there will
be a'creat deal of cuiiositv to
se hbw he will acquit himself
Iri'lhis new field of jiteratarel
'lJaby ; S.v'lve'ster", was ' Jhe pej
of a mining camp: no woman
within forty mjles., lhe atory
is illustrated by W.L. Sheppa,rd
and J. (J. Heard. St. Nicholas
is the best magazine for chil
dren .published, t and empo's
he best lalent of the.counjry.
William CuIIen'Irj aqtj.the pq
et, is also one of .the 'contribut
ors to the: July'number, ,,
Tub. .Jackson Herald 'says,'
Lot Spurrier who- was killed bii
the railroad some weeks since,
has brought suit againBt Gu9
tar . Geigerj Jonathan McCoy
and Uenry Oolbacb, charging
them with 'selling liquor to de
ceased; on ' which be'became
intoxicated and' was killed on
the railroad.. Damages claim
ed $5,000 in each case.' I ' :1
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u : ;
Clifford yr.lluiciJDi3, .aged
18 years,., son. of. j iVell9 A.
Uutcbins, of : Portsmouth, died
at Gambler, Ohio, where he
was attending college, on the
6th. ,., , .
Mother Stewart was' in
Jackson and Portsmouth- last
week 'speaking in behalf of
the temperance' interests of
thope cities'.' '' ' :; ""' '
.tevi C. Barber , an -t pld eiti
zen ol Portmouih, died in that
city, on the 6th in the T7,lh year
of his age.,-, 1
The Southern Oliio Lupatic
Asylum contains 450 inmatec,
more than ball of whom are
females. " "' ' ' ' ' ! '" ! ""
i:. ' '. -! Vt 7.!. '
;Thk ' Assessor's returns 'for
the tenth ward of Columbus
show 142 new houses bnilt last
year, valued at 1 20,050.
Marietta, and. Jackson,; are
lo hpve celebrations on the
Fourth of Julv.. . 1 .
Tue Irontopians are study
ing Latin and' looking (or Col
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Sheriff Sale of,, Real.
John M. yioan, PlaiDtiff, ; 7
Against
Thomas M. Ljtle, et al, Defendants. j
v 1 ;; our ajt nRitrn nmu v
The State f Ohhs Tlntoa C'enaty,
XT 'CE n hreh Kites that t will ofler
ll for nale at puMio auction al. the door of
lh Conrt Hu In' the. town ol Meiirihof. '
Viotqn County. i)hio, on , d
J1 !!'. i. ' ) II ' ll'ri '
Eatnrday, luly,;, A,, D, ;1S74
f onalcltxa, P. M. pf paid' dM Ths an- i
dl fined flre-aiilhe -6 of the following real '
ealiUa altnated.in the (i,nryf Finlon audi
h(at dl Ohio, and in Hichltud and Harrieon
lowaahiPKMd tionniled and rtv.Mrihnrt Atl. ;
Iciwa, lo wit: The aouth hair of thn norih-
WTtfr neolip Ihirtj pDe,31 in lan
pnip Di.'''. i"iiic viKinevn. 10. A190 mt
Doilh eae. quarter of Ihr nerth went quarter,
nd the nor.'h went quarter or the north-eaet
quater ol aeff.'OO ihirtT-on. SI in lownahip
nd rants ator''!. Alio the aouthart
quatteroi h nor.'h"at quarter ft clina,
lliirtjr. 34-in townai'.'V nine or mnge nine'
Uea . l. Alao the north -weatquaater of the
Dorth'Wett quarter of aerlipn tiiiriV Ode, 81.
Alao the aouih-weel quarter of the aouth
ireHt qnerter of avetton thirty, SO townllp
Dine, ranee eighteen. IS mit and erent the
north-went quarter of the north-eaKt quarte-'
01 pvt-iiua ii.w'nie.,at lownenip nipe. v
nBgeeii(hteen, Is oeinK ths Mtne landa eoh
ed tv J. M. Ljtle bv George Ineliip-oa and
wrte hy 4cd dated Oelober U, ISTI end otf '
taimnb' two h u IV red and Aluhtv ln QM9 aa.M
more or leaa. aa and except twenty to aeie 1
off the noith end ol Uu aouth-aeal quarter of
the aoutn weat querKrol eectioo Ihirty.SU
towu-hif) nine?, range euthtetn, la rutinitif
penile eaot and we-t.r . , f
A'prelaed'etoneihOfla' eight' hnndreid
nd thiriT.lour dollarn, Il.Maod mut briug
IwoMhlrdaef the unh "
. TtRMdUFbALKCaehdhdayof tale.
To be aoln aa ihe property oTboe. M. Lyv
tie, et al, to aeuafy ea enter of mIc ia ktfor
of John M. Bioan, i-aued roin the 1 wart of
Common Plt'of"ViDtot county, Ohiv,Vnd
to me 'irected Hieritt el aeid eouoti.
Gi-ea atHter toy hand ttMi ISth da f Jake.
a., v. io. .
fMit f';n oaheiiflvinunviua)
una II. 187. im
aliitU LUo;07f.iii7 U'iUX JSSltOfi
UaN
rvtr ttt "m r n t"r yvitt tiri m ifir'Wtin4-"1?
de.wj;ceiije&sok;
XinwilkesvillerVimh'do., Ohio,
HATE fitted up their new lp4 oommndiou ator-rfemjii superb style pnr
neittier time or money to ren.ler It equal in arcTiitepturnl' style to any
reotairt Soaibero Ohm; and hftte' riplenshed 'tlielr former stock rof"torngsJ
PatatRj Us, Dye Stuffs, FutenUnd Family Medioihes td replotionl to
wblcb (bey tavs ad led, full ant complete line of Yankee Kotioni, Tobaocii
and Jewelry which jtbey will sell at lowest possible prices for casbv j 7 ; r
THE BROKER'S:: OFFICE
Will be Conducted in the establishment
per discounted!1 ' ',''1:l ;"!;
in connecuon wnu me Aieatoai
for the better' treatment of all ehronlo
Men
under a corps of directors who. will employ nothing but firsUclnss medical tal.
pot as. operatives in the. Institute.
1 atiens can be accommodated
lodging and nursing at rates' far below what can be' aflforJVd at similar In'stU
tutiofis 'in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any
as heretofore. Monies loaned and v'
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vepariment win oe estaoliBbed a
and aaical .tiiseanes add deformities
: .1 ,.. . ( , ... f ti . ,
alter the first of Qotober with boarding,'
wneie. . 1 v
Prest for the Spring Trada
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RED LEAD
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Colors Ground in 'Oil- -Pantand
Varnfsli Uruskes,
JUST RECEIVED.
Dye Stufls,
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Stationery;'
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. Eotrything at the very LOtcesl rri
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PROP,. D. ..MEEKER'S
PAINLESS OPIUM CURE.
Ths only iiei,ewful.rimedT ot tbe prepnt
diy. : Onrpnilhoiii 4lnJ ReKtarw'th'nr
ton-. ystim Ion hrlthy conditi in. Head (or
pxpsr; on 6)iiUmtuii(,: ctn.-KU(bii tad
cure. P. O. Box 476, Lnporte, lud.
IVolicc of ;lppoiitiiicii(.
Estate of.Kciop Fanlknor( deceased.
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'pflE uncfersiKnfH hut been appointed and
J quhtlrri Hiluiiniflrnlor ol Hie eotate of
Kemp Faulkner, late of Vittlon couDiy.de-Oqai-ed.
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1'Hlefl this 25th duforitnV.UM. '' '
"). ;', .. ,,EWAKbU. WALLER. .,
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KORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H.W. HORTON, Leader,
McARTHUH,,,:OHIO.
TT ATING lutslv nnrched a new anrf hand
Utome band waunn, and are prepared lo
turn it.ri kooiI mumn.on npplicaiion, lo ml
poinia in cms or adjoining couiiliea. Addreaa
aaHliove. t . , -1 .1 4jun4in ;
Tail Sewing Machitu gita Ihe lf uUuaclion lo
urar. tr pudftirlmut ""diliianii it Vie bat a 4'i 19
V "ere ii no "uomntu" ojn( la your town,
LAOIES HV.XO for elegant Faeblon Book
NEW SPRING STOCK
MILLINERY
' 1 . AND r. .'' , .1 j
LADIES; FANCY GOODS
Kciv SI3IC8 of
HATS.BQNNETS.RiBBONS
IN ALL NEW SHADES; .11
Jute Uraldsj
Embroideries, ; " ;t ! '
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. Trimmings, . '
Lapcs, j ,
" ' 1 i Jewelry , .
Corsets, ' tie.
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f Also a large assortment'of
Ccnttemen's Jl'ccMlcs.
"; '-''- .. -r ... ;i
Bleachtng, Pressing, Bfmodeing
.and ail. kinds of Millinery .,
. Work done to Order on
" ' "'sh.rtNotioe, .-
Give os'a c'alL We ill iel' lower
tnon ever. ' '4- .
; J. P,.C.,A. DUNKL, k . ;
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SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING-
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FflAIeK IIELLMA1, Agent,
1' )i,'Hi;ne'loeofbulneBi, ', .,;
COErs BXOOK, OEP08ITE UBIOU
HOUSE..,.,.! ...
CHILLICOTHE,' 0.'
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lc.est
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OF
Spring and ?4rimer Clothing
EVER fraught lo lhimarkff,-mbrmiag
nil Ihe latent and tnuat raidiionablH aiyles,
eui in accordance with, the lateet iiubiODit,
When j6u wanlauobhy "Hit clou't (ail lo eel
UaBB GaEMWTSj rTO". .OflDEl
4 land baa afull hneof "
Cents'1 UridefW'edr
li ATS AftCAPSi Aci'
!lrli'Jl'P tnwlsed.dpwn to. Wie LOW
EST KKM. Qii nie a twll and 1 wll
rr "Vf!V Aej HELfcM'AV.1'
t - ' ARtNTS U4NTmi'
To eTIWeViVii'epeaieia,TK(GiiocNDestUtt
m AUJIIPRITATIVI HI10RI. P
faemee's movement
By i. Penain, eoitor WfHern Rural, TMeSM,
Corfrpleut aatt Sellable. y M VW,;
1874 , 8 f.riaiaal nortraila; Imt other eegra
TibgaJ rtiiw great wrMiWHla vVmXraJ'
ing V MmvH rorterma, terriKirj. el.i..
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Chronio,-r Lardie Kim," a beau
lifi.l Croaaand Klowerpie..e, which
sella in art aturea for $6 orv(ie,
'tiHx!ii riH'hes.l mounte.l.'eiteil.
armahed, teady lor framing. IM. ' .
llwrftlr.: !..' . 1 9.HO
ppiciaxa i;oriswa poet paid on rtceivt ol 10
eenlt 1 , .tn . . II ; ;". !
avMoney mnat he aent by poatal money
order, check draft, or regiatri lettferv 00
trum u te tue eenttere rit. Aodrea
J.B. FORI! dcCe., Peblbhen, 1 .
87 Park Place, New York.
GOOD, AgTnt? WANTED
The , immenae circnlallon .of the Christian
other uuli'.icHtion uomtmroa with It fur nwli
laxmna ln rjunc UD.OTacMvmaniiwn.r Hn
and ptorllHlile returns. The public! eagemea
ior arm. omwe a new fiory, :iie popularity ot
the imper, he frien.llv unport'iy thunaan.ls
ol old Mihacrihere. Ihe art.ilio premiuma for
"."p..,, ngn.iouinii ar.a rompiete
inrlrurlione to tiegiiinera, aaaure reneaj.d
auccemio agent..aoli oftef active, intelligenl
A II who' want ,mlt, . ipdepetueuti hi.ginpe
write at once lor lerrna. or aemt l'i for i hrn.
iF-riiiifl uuunuH o-iai.cRa in miH mnn.
mo outfit to J. II KURD CO... New Tofat.
boaiou, Chicago, Ciqcionatl or Han Francisco.
: . r- -1-1, . ; tii i 1:01
! .a'c'ij ;'; "i Hi. -,.;:" b
The nrxterWIcned'haTinir formed a Co.rmi.ti.
0 hi p under the firm naiua of -
McCbMMON,:&';liVANS,
Call. ihe atlentien er the pubbbl tp their! lull
a wc a 01
1 I v I ,1.. . . , ., r .
Ldiey andf! Gents', Gold and
' r v. Silver: Witches; .tl.i:.:
1 ,,, , - . ,. 11 . , if
WeslGuftrdund CperaChalne
II-. Kir rt.jl I.-li' T O'.if:! ...1.
Solid SIlTer and riatedWare
Jazaraa and aiorrla InpreTed. Speeta.
t'ii' -elea, tfr...... j.
riKS OOTLERi GOLD PEN8, 0.,' "
. I T'. i. ii 1 in,'
! )' .-And jeaerj'hiDgieptin -i
ni3T OLASHk ' 1WIST ' STOKE,
Watidine rlnea and kale bai
th$r5 .!,rf,!," f I-
. frtirn theif1. ohrone
the city. , ,
ill 11 1 " ,i . f 1 I . r-
Next, D.oor.tqvWarper -Houie, '66
Di.i nv:il:..Al 'ah '
lit
s r i i J.. M. :MrC )M'Mr ! :
'(X.v4s'V4?W.;ilfni
-;usi.'ii ta,'&4 iliJwjtaiix
WE
- .
OUIIJIflE
ia as effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
as the Sulphate to the aame rtneee, while U afftetM
ike hteUL e, it xm palatable and rnacA cheaper..
Send for deacrtprlTe Clrenlar with TiHmmteU4
thynlrtant from all parts ef the eoantry.
' try-Sample nackageefcr trial, V ctnta.
Prepared hr BH,UN0t).CLdiPkVO4ManBnui
turiiig CbecuiaU. ilMloa, Uaaa. ; ,.hni
$25
A DAV GUARANTEED atlas
WELt AUGEH A DRILL la eed
territory. Eadortad by Qovtrwora
f IOWA. ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
euijjMfi. v.aais,0i.Louu,H4, .
Sa ve Eifty:l)oltaY;!
fit- V ' f iS-tvt r
The New FI0HENCE
J.T.I.'
PRICE, 120 Below la
odur''jlreittau
SATED, 50..by baying the Ploreaoe.
Every nuicMue warranted.
Special terme ta tlnbe and dealert.
... tjendfor drcvlatl to the
Hflimlf. ifTo .; Jura.i. JTaaKTif'T .
' Or 83 Ontario Street, OrMnd, O- --.
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Ml?!
.k.iiiS.
AVaiitcd- A Par (n ey
i . . , - i'.., . we,.. . . '"ft
AfllLENT Vr acllre partner lo Inreal K0O
In an etflrtbllched bua neae in MoAjUiur. ,
HiiKineaM pn?a, hut reqitirea more capital.,
than I am able to command. Addreat rART
NKit orfdaakypeTHODiil apjilicajjon jt ljji
MAY 20th.
ciiiLLJCo Timr 6T
CASH PRICES.
tut 3 y; O -tla ? 2 Io:l W ' "
DOxAIESTIQ QPQPS
.. ... . I 1,0: it.1,u-J -iftA
in large sjpply.
DRESS GOODS:
.of all kinJa.
l'i fiJ.
U.'il
Black .and Colored Silks
1FQhalra and Hpacca$' A
IIIack& Color dGrenadlnes
CAIIPETINGS,
large atock of '
UtlUfSELS and wan J IA
OILCLOTHS,
Mattings &Window Shades
R. D. SMART.
Cottage.Color Paints,
1.00 to tl.50 per Calloo.
ENGLISHJROOAlWf;jS
ClaoDNp ix Oil,.
mUin nap l
LIQTJirj ELATE EOOP PAiflT, ''
r i .1
Fiat Paooi )--: ,-( -i . !,2J uer gal.
PATENT PETROLEUM IINS8EP OUj,
Works In alf Painti aa Boifed tlnaeed", only
machinerVoils,1 L
M- KELLET-S PATENT 8PE"M O1L.I1.00
ENftlrtBOIL, - - - j - L.-' - i 75
FILTEBHu ROCK LDBRICATING OIL. 60
8end for card ofoloraad circular, ,,
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,'
' ' ' " '"' 8oleAgeon,
118 MAIDEN LAME, NEW TORE. '""
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