THE VINTON RECORD.
. MoARTHUIi, OHIO,
THUU8DAY. JULY 2, 1874.
The Circleville Railroad.
;t We drore across the country
last Saturday to attend the rail
road meeting at Circle ville that
evening. So much has been
said of the practicability of the
route that to add anything would
Beem superfluous. We found it
all that it had been represented.
We know of no place where a
road can be built cheaper. .
Our Clfcleville friends who
have examined the route have
frequently said that it could be
built as cheap as a road up and
down the Scioto Valley. We
think item be built cheoper, as
there, will be no large bridges and
the grading will be as easy as fur
a road up and down that valley.
As far as Bloomingville the
proposed road passes through
great teds of mineral, and the
bills are covered with forests of
timber which will yield vast quan
tities of lember. Beyond Bloom
ingville tbe country becomes
more open, the fields of wheat
were bending their heads with
grain ready for the harvester,
whose quick working machinery
was seen upon all bauds. We
never saw finer fields of wheat
We stopped at Adelphi for
dinner and to rest our horses.
The people of that village are
alive and anxious for active oper
ations on the road, and ready to
respond with their share of sub
scription as soon as clled upon.
The universal question was "Is
Circleville in earnest, and if so
why don't they quit talking and
go to work?" We called on Rob
ert Patterson, but he was not at
home. Our old friend "Boss Dil
lon we found pegging aay, as
happy as a shoemaker. "Boss"
says be hauls his coal by wagon
fifteen miles, pays 15 to 25 cents
per bushel for it, and like every,
body else wants the road built
The catering at Circleville was
held in front of the Court House
and was well attended considering
the extreme heat. Speeches were
made by PreBt, Langley, Cpt.
Jones, J. C. P. Smith and Alfred
Williams, setting forth the advan
tages the road would be to the
two sections, and a committee ap
pointed to wait upon the subscri
bers to the Farmers' & Miners'
R. It: Co. and lave the stock
transferred to the Circleville &
McArthur Co. About $90,000
was subscribed to the F. k M.
Co., and it is thought there will
be ',tio difficulty in having the
stock transferred, as both are
substantially the same projects-.
The committee was to report to
another meeting appointed for
While in Circleville we talked
to a great many people about the
projected road, and we are satis
fied they, as well as the people
along the line of ruad, appreciate
the 'importance of the road to
them and are ready to subscribe
We 2.re encouraged at what we
have seen on our visit. The
mineral and agr.'cu'tural country
through which the ro3l passes is
unrurpassed, and all the project
needs now to insure success is
that an' active, intelligent com
mittee of reliable men, under the
direction of the incorporators.
Should immediately proceed to
take subscriptions and right of
way, devoting &?'iT oodivided at
tection to the matter for two or
three weeks or a tfonth. If such
a committee can be hrf have
no donbt ol the success of
projected road. There has been
enough talk; the people under
stand the advantages of the road;
the time for action faas come.
Thb President has approved
the act to ex'.end the time lor
filing claims for additional
bounty under the act of July
28, 1866; the act to admit iree
ot doty articles intended for
the international exhibition ol
1876; and the act relating to
the Soldier's Home at Ilarrods
SmKB Blaise haa been re
nominated by bis old district
Mr. Babjcb, ol Franklin couu.
ty, who was a member of the
Con. 'Con. and voted against
the new Conatitution on its fi
nal passage, publishes in the
Columbus Jouanal a lengthy
address to the electors of his
county in favor of its ratifica
tion by the people. The ad
dress concludes as follows:
I voted agiunet the Constitu
lion on its final passage, not be
cause of any objections to its
general leatures, but on ac
count of the judicial apportion
merit as affecting Franklin
county, because the wishes of
ii.y constituents had been ig
nored, reserving my individual
ripht to vole at the polls. Ex
amination and reflection have
fully satisfied me that no mere
local or temporary objection
should control the elector in
voting lor the new Constitution,
which Is a great improvement
on the old.
The Convention consisted of
51 Kepublicana, 48 Democrats
and 6 Independents, no parly
having the control, and the
nearly unanimous vote for the
Conatitution demonstrates (hat
its provisions have only to be
thoroughly understood by the
people to secure its ratification
by a large majority.
The high price of efffeejunt
now is the result of a combina
tion of speculators at Rotter
dam and Antwerp. These hon
est fellows sent out circulars to
all parts ol the world giving
supported testimony to the
Bhort coffee crop, in the mean
time buying and holding on for
a rise, it is aiuucuit, However,
for a gang of Dutch conepira
tors to contest a point with
Providence. The yield of the
fragrant berry everywhere this
year is reported to 'be enor
mous, while speculators have
800,000 bags of coffee packed
in their lotts at Antwerp, with
more to arrive. Some of these
good men have already given
up the financial ghost, sJ .j,e
eyes ol gom oJ the others "is
- and tha r.hanrtpp. &ra that
the price of coffee will soon be
down to where it of right be
Gallipolis & McArthur R. R.
Most persons are quick to
embrace every opportunity for
improving their business facili
ties and enhancing the value of
their property. But Logan,
and Docking county, seem to
be entirely content witn the
present state of things. We
draw this conclusion from the
apathy with which our people
treat the chances to secure the
above named road. The bene
fits resulting from its comple
tion to all classes of our citi
zens, are almost incalculable.
The farmers along the line ol
the proposed road would sub
scribe liberally, but they natur
ally look to the business men ol
Logbo to take the lead. Who
will move in the matter? Lei
us consult together lor our gen
eral good. Let us have this
road and thereby make Logan
a place of importance.
Jons T. Aliiakder and Wil
liam Fitch, known as the cattle
kings of the West have begun
a suit against the New York
Central and Hudson Ilivtr
railroads for $250,000 and$100
000, respectively, lor alleged
breach of coutract whereby
they were ruined financially.
They allege that a reduction ol
the rates of transportation be
cause of competition ruined
tuem by lowering the price ol
cattle in the East.
A Legal Curiosity.
The directors of a school dis
trict in our county recently
discharged their teacher, in the
midst of his term, lor repealiug
10 One of his pupils the follow
O yor Uk bm a great way off,
llie ivtrwlci'tf dil with the whoop-
tru. 2j.-. iu irii-1 Jhat I ever saw.
asVuckiuV TMf Jbrough . straw."
And al the pren iax oi
Ibe teacher for his wafee, de
cided that the directors were
legally justified in so doing, li
the iool-killer will come around
just now we will insure him a
Tm B. & O. R. Ri trains ran
from Baltimore Pittsburgh,
290 miles, in ten boars. -
The Currency Question Settled.
Congress has adopted the
conference committee, fixing
$332,000,000 as the tuaxlmum
circulation ot legal tenders.
This amount can not be re
duced without action ol Con
gress. The reserve on circula
tion is abolished, and the banks
are free to loan all their re
sources except the reserve on
deposit. The Cincinnati Qa
zette says: "The abolition of
the reserve and the legalizing
and keeping out oi the 30 mil
lion greenbacks is equal to an
nflation of 60 millions. It
does not create any more paper
money, but it provides for the
constant use of money previ
ously created, that was locked
up in bank vaults or in the
United States Treasury. It al
so provides for taking 55 mil
lion national bank circulation
from the East and giving it to
Western States that have not
their proportion per capita;
but it is stipulated that not
more than 30 millions of this
shtll be transferred in one
The President bas signed the
bill and it is a law. btocks
have advanced in New York
from three to five per cent.,
and relief is predicted by finan
Transfers of Real Estate.
Hope Furnace Co. to T. R
James, 20 acres, Brown town
John Pettit to James Petlit,
160 acres, Jackson tp., $1,800.
Zaleski Company to James
Finnegan, in lots 157 and 158,
Zaleski, O., $200.
Le wis Webb to Columbus
Swearcngen, 40 acres, Vimon
Timothy Q'itfara to R. Q.
BDSC!l, 40 acres, Richland tp.,
John Camink tt Rebecca
Shoemaker, i of r60 acres, Rich
landtp., IrUe Carson to S. W. Slier-
VJood, 163 acres, Elk tp., $6,000.
Rachel Fee to Chester Coe,
quit claim, of 640 acres, Knox
Joseph Smith' to Aaron Ste
vens, 41 acres, Harrison tp.,
Aaron Stevens to Susan
Smith, same, $300.
Robert Aiken to Mason Zieg
ler et al, 20 acres, Richland tp.,
Caroline Ullom and husband,
to W. 5$. Sage, part of ou-lol 11,
McArthur, $200. -
The unscientific reader may
easily find the comet thus: On
a clear night, between 10 and
12 o'clock, look to the stars
known as the Dipper; the two
lowest stars in l he bowl (far
thpst from the handle) point to
the Pole star, the one nearer
the Pole star being called
Dubbe. Under Dubbe, at a
point forming an equiltteral
Irianele with ih Pole star,
will be found the cornet, the
tail extending above the nu
cleus, and inclined toward the
Baltimore has exported thl
year 3 000 000 b'lRhelsof grain
double ihitt of Iho.1 vear.
TO BRIDBE BUILDERS,
Nnn-0 K i hereby len that abated propo
anla -wal 1 bp rfr eifrd at the
Vinton County, Ohio.
3 O'CLOCK, X. Ut.
Monday, July 27, 1874.
tor the buildintt ot
0a C0TaD B ids. wit. Hroat Ainann
Aetoea Hig Kareoon Crrek, in Wllkrille
lownsnip.oear na-nea' Mill, on tha road lead
ing trom BaroeV Mill to Vinton
Va Ceeem. Bridat tmlh Mm JfvlMa.
In 8n townahip near the leaidaoo. of
ueorge w . Jonneon. flnd
oa roTiaai idob wit. aroai aauTatara,
in Bwnn townahip. near the raeidenea of Him
eon Morgan, on tne load leading from rl
mouth to Bioornini(Yille.
Plans) and Specifications
are uu nie lor in.i nun al Uie auuilor'a
iifllre. And lha Uuubtjr Commiaaionara' do
arrmuj iutii . r
Proposals On Any Other Plan
Than Ihoaa on fll at the Auditor', office, at
me opuuo oimaiierai out proposal a on otber
plan, are required to be accompanied with
plana and epecinratione, aetliu. forth tha
oi.mber rpaua, the length of each, the nar
lure, qnainjr and aiae of the maienale to he
uad in the ereuimn of the name, ihe atreogth
of th? atirclure when completed, the ae pa
rtite coat of (be baae and auperatructnre, and,
alao whether there la any puien right on the
propored plun, and, H to, on vhat part, if not
on lha a hole ll ropoal muat be accom
panied with . bond, I. donble the amount of
aucb bid. with at leaa't two good auretiea.
Ine Comnneeienere, boaareT, reaarfe tha
right to reieot ajf or all btda.
Vf order ol Ibe Commieaiooe-e.
W. W. BBl.FORD, ,
" ' . Auditor o4 Viatoa uoaaty'. i
Ashlaad, ib Bees ef Heary t'Uy, and
vm irmm'fimmta caw..sny, ll,e .Ilea 01 lAtHT.
eial eoileeea. 811 eolietea in operation, with
their separate faculties, JO profeors and In.
etruotora, with an ataiaga of mora than too
suiaenie eaco ihiido alma Ilia war. rata
taryloar. tiood boarding from 13 to ft per
eeV beaeions beg o eeoond Momlas In hep-
lemner. For eatalOKue. or ulnar intornaUoa
unreaa. enclosing iamp.
J. B. BOW.'IA.N, Betent, Reataekjr U,
Lexluf tea, Ky.
ONE MILLION ACRES
Splendid Michigan Lands
Tha Grand Baidt and Iniiena Kailroed haa bean
nnisnea wo nirtea long, and lie entire land
In Farming Laada tm Aetna) Setlera, for
,w suaiviauaia or leivuiee,
SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874.
lOO.Oflo terra hava hern' lold already. Tha
lands ara well timbere', making tha brat
rhiiI of farm. Htrong ami ot great produc
ing Dover Easily reached by rail or water.
Ceod Varhoto. Railroad runt thioiwh the
grant Michigan i one ol lha least svfceterf and
n out prosperous ft tee In tho Wait. Ita
eckoole are unequalled. Ha bnanrial standing
No t. No difficulty in transportation. Pewe
and prosperity ara In it bordere Lands from
14 to 8 per acre. Time" sum-lent. Interest
I ar cent. WM. A. HOWARD,'
Land Commissioner 'irml Unpins, Mujh. .
P. H, PIE&cB.Boo'y l and Department.
THE PEVOF, M'G CO .PR'S NEWYOFK
The Standard Oil Cm
Jab. Alletea cV Ca., A. Ilayward,
UttlbAliO. BAN B.uMI18cu.
SAFE. BEYOND ALL CHATTGE.
The Finest Illuminator in toe World
Can ba burned In Ilia ordinary lerohene
Lamps, and hould ba nd by all h wish
lha raat light that fan ba had. While aa anle
or aifer llian rJeadlijiht i il, will burn with
greater brillikoi't and without odor, without
inuke. and tu tha lot drop In Ihf lump. If
you ara uinii common Kcroaene do untax
pora your lite to the nek of a K roxene act I
dent one moment longer, but gi t UeToe'a
Brilliant Oil, whirh imnfe ho row I alluliaaua.
brad jar tmmlar I Ou omndfrm at atoM.
leianra houra nr
vour entire time, at
tlier mi. A alanaiu nui iioinplute outfit ,
Iree to thone who will aot aa our afr.Vdia No
capital required. We mur.1 haie 'n ni'nt in
ery loan. Writ, at once. .,,, Mcr, ,h
agency Addre-i rtlden. l ,ii Co . 8 N
Howard 81., haltimore, M.i.
pSYCO M A NCt , OR W1TJL CHARMING"
X how eitfieT eei mav facn ale and b-...
ine una iij anw tinna of an
cho.ae, VaMaoily Thia eimple me
".UTSrj.eiit all chi) poaHeea, free by V. f.V ."Si
'.an tira. le. rireame. hint, tr . """"I'yP'-
book 100,(100 rold AdHr.'j;" t.f'l
CO Pubhahera. Philarte',
ana T WILLU
STiViSnf.'u Tr ".. Ml!I.Tal AMD
new iTnietrl? j "M0 monln "",n th
' u' "''.n lUhiKionaa, aida and dicliona
ft' and cheapeat. Extra term. Ou'Ht
Wiite at nnoa and aeiira wnrlr. Ad.
"Iraia Zl idW.ICR MoClKIY. Cincinnati. O
Thannderaigned havlni formed a co-part-
nernhip uodor the firm name of
McCOMMON & EYANS,
Call lha attention of the publio to thair lull
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Vest Guard und OperaC'halne
Solid Silver and PlatedWare
Lazarna and Morrt.' Iuiprored 8pecta
FINE UUTLER1 GOLD FENS, AC,
And everything kept id a
Wedding ring! and hair Jewelry made to or
Kepa-ring of watches, clocks, and lewelry a
No charge for engraving good, bought
For correct time take it from their chrono
meter Ihe only one in tha city.
Neit Door to Warner House, 56
Faint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. MfOOMMON,
GET THE BEST
FHAVE renrned mypoal bank, and am
prepared to till ordera Ibr cnl in quantities
to suit pun-haoers. I will sell .ai-hexp as
roai oi tne same quality can ne omened eme-
eiiuB T. W IN ThKS.
Sheriff Sale of Real
tfUDD ui. cioaa, 1 IU1DHU,
nas M. Ljtle, tt al, Defendant..
Olf AH OBDER OF SALE.
State f Ohio, Vlnte. Canty. ....
John M. ISIoao, Plaintiff,
XT'lT'.CE i. hereby aiven thi
at 1 will oiler
I the door of
Xl for aale at pu' lie auction a
inx roun houbo in ine town
Vinton CouniT.umo. ou
Saturday, July 18, , A. D. 1874
ship nine, S rsnge eighteen, 18. Al-o the
noith earl quarter of ihe nrrth weatquarter,
and Hie north west quarter of the north-earl
quarter ol section ihirtv-ont, 81 in township
and range alureea-d Also the aomheart
quailerol the m.rlheaat quarter . f aechnn
thirty-i S i. township nine 9 ol range nine
tee i , IS. Alao Ihe oortlfweat Quarter of the
veted tu J. M. Lyile bv Ucorae lH-ltin.on and
wile ty deed aatad Oi totr it, 1871 and ron
lainiog two nun -edsnd einhty twoW2 acres
mora or lea. aave and eu ept twenty an seia
ol the noith end ol the eouih-weet Hnarter or
the aouib west quaitei ol section thirty, 30
township nine, 9 lange eighteen 1A running
paralle east and wet. .
A ppraired at one thousand eight hundred
and Ihiny.ioui dollars, 11,84. and muat bnug
tothirds of that aum.
1 bhMaOFbALh. Ca-hon day of aale.
To be sol" m the property ofThea M. Ly
ile, et al, lo eatisfy an order of aale in lavor
of John M. Mloan, ir sued train thetounof
Common Pleaa of Vintam county, Ohio, and
to me direrted as rbentt el sn. county.
Given under my band tbia Uth day of June.
A. It. Mi. -.
' . Bhentt Vinlo. tiaunly.
Done Neatly and1 Fromptly,
i i.. i
at one orelocK, P. M. of aaid day. Tha un
divided Bte-amh' 68 ol the lollnaing real
eatata aitusied in the coi.niy of Vinton and
btateoi Ohio, and in Rii hland and Harri...n
townships and bounded and oerenhed asfol-
Iowa, to wit: The south half of the north
wet quarter ol sectionlhniy one. 31 in ion
north'Wett auarter of aei'iioo thinv on, xi.
Alao the aouih-wtel quarif r of the south-
weal quarter of section thirty, 30 towm-hiD
nine, range eighteen. 18 ae and exrept the1
north-wwi quarter of tha north-east quarte'
of sei-Hon thi.lyoi.e, 31 lownehip nine,
EXCELSIOR STOIB !
DK. W. C.CLINE&S0N.
WilkesYille, Vinton Co., Ohio,
f I AVE fitted up their uew and commodious (toro-ronm la ajiperb etyla spur-
t neither time or money to ren.ler it equal io Architectural Kyle to any
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former atock of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye MuO, Patent and Fami'y Medioinei to repletion, to
which they have ad led full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobacco
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash.
THE BROKER'S OFFICE
will be oonducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pa
In connection with the Medical
for the better treatment of all clironio and suriical Ciseaes and deformities
under a oorpa of directors who will employ nothing but Srstolass medical tal
ent as operatives in the Institute.
Patients can bo acoommoduted after
lodging and nursing at ratea far below what can be afforded at similar insti
tutior.s in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any-
Department will be established a
the first of October with boardinir.
ateVs 5 O .2
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9 . I yT Q ak fj
Fresh for the Spring Trade
WOLF, PEAECE & C0S
E0IIED Al D RAV; 0IL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
iVc AI I ( OLOKS,
Color s Ground in Oil,
Paint and Varnish Brushes,
Alao t full Hue ol
PLREFRESU DRUGS &CUEMIGALS
Everything at the very Lowest Fri
19m ar 1874
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PROF. D, MEEKER'S
PAINLESS OPIUM CURE,
The only aucoexaflil remed? of the prenenl
day. Cj.rea wiihnut pain ReMore tne neri
" r.THtem to a healtht oondili in. Hand lor
'.per on opium eating, rneqnnue8 and
cure. P. O. Box 476, Laporte, lud.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Esiop Fuulkuer, deceased.
ri'HE undcraigned hia been appointed and
1 qualilted aa adniinianatnr nl the eetate ol
Kemp rauixner, ut or vin'on county, aa-
ated this 25th dny of May,
4w tl WARD H. WALLER.
MORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTON, Leader,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
XT A VINO lately purohaaed a new and hand-
A. A some tmna wauun, ana are prepared to
furnish ood munio on application, to all
pointa in this or siijoining counuea. Adilrena.
aa above. 4jun4in
ThU Sexim Mvhimtfwn Ihe best mtuhclioH lo thi
iff, itpaidjor aiod rndify, and u Ihe heel oJ all lo
eeu. ij mere i nn uamtmc agent in fmir Cowa,
apply lo uuMloiHj a. M. U., A XorK.
LADIE8 8ENO for elesnnt Fashion Book
NEW SPEING STOCK
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
Blew Styles of
HATS. BONNETS, RiBBONS
IN ALL NEW SIIADEd,
Also a large assnrtmtt)tof
Bhaching, Preiiig. Frmrdeirg
ana bii kiuqi oi juminery
Work done to Order on
th' rt otice,
Give us a cull. We will (el1 lower
J. P. & C. A. DUN'KIj , ,
Main at MoArthu O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
FRANK IIELL91AN. Agent,
At bis ne plane of buslueaa,
OOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBION
"" has the "'' '
Spring and Summer Clothing
1TER braught to this market, embrapm
jull the iHtest and most tkHhioDable styles,
eui in scoor.lanoe with the latent lahiona.
When you want a nobby suit dou't fail to call
onr rault. He alao ClTIt? and "
Makes Garments to Ordei
and haa a full line of .
HATS AND C APS, &C.
All rlnthini marked down to the LOW.
EST riGUHES. 6iem2,jl.nJ Ji,
apr , , i FRAVK RELLMAN.
- . AGENTS WANTED!
To tell, rfirel to asaians,TBa Oanraoawni.; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTOKY :-
OF 'J H B
By J. Periam, enltor Western Rural, fk-ago
Complete and reliable. Written ay to Janaarn,
1874 "rlviail portraits; iimi other ensni-BK"-1
"f'geeat work la Urn in price and
eei ty y Ueasaadi. i or terms, territory, et.i.,
??7rtr4I?.-.t1.ACN,nNoilnFn;?,U " "b,L
Oi VTWtr.- Inferior eorkis enere eonrfUaHom,
arebeini KOshed Tin nm h ....f.w ...
Mr. Pemam'a work 1. f..n .i-LL. . 7.
noreed by the great leadera. Hone other, (a.!
is cm effectual a remedp
FOR FEVER Et AGUE
as tha Sulphate In the same dnaea, while it mffeei
th eas4 lest, la mora pejatacs .w,
fUn.t Ar AerinHra Ctrenlar with T'tHmoniaU
tf fhMirns trom ail parte of the country.
ff Sample peckane for trial, J8 eenta.
Prenared bv B1LL1NUB. CLAfF CV- JUnoihaa
luring Cbemleta, Boston, Haas.
A DAY GUARANTIED trsls ea
WELL AUGER A DRILL la geetl
tarrltory, Esdorsed by Oevsraare
flOWA, ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
fltuiecuftu. W.OOJJ.n.Lnli.Ka, ,
Save Fif ty Dollars I
The New FLORENCE
VAl.l M 30 Aive J "" "CAmt-
SAVED, SSO, by bujlngthe Flareaoe.
frary machine wamniei.
tjptenl Ms lo dnbe and dealer!,
S-md Air euwfort tela
Tlorenct S. tf, Oe , Florence, Tte.,
Or 83 Ontario Btreet. VleeeUnd. Or
OQ a -4
r a n T-
Wanted- A Partner.
AfrlLENT or aetlve partner lo Invest IMO
in an eatalillshed bus nesa in McArthur.
RiiinesB nava. but rvuiiirea more eai'ilal
th"n I am able to command. Adr'resa MRT-
Fti or make parsonsl application at inia
MAY 20 th.
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CAS 13 PLUCES.
In large atpply.
of all kinds.
Black and Colored Silks
, Mohairs and llpaccas,
Dlack& Color dUreuadlnes
C A II PET I KG S,
A large atock of
BRUSSELS and lA'GK.tljr
Mattings Window Shades
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Cottage Color Paints,
l.OOto 1.50 per Gallon.
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,
'Jeouno i On,- - - - - -60opargJ.
LIQUID SLATE ECOF PAINT,
Kim Paoog ji.2j )ier gal.
PATENT PETROLEUM LINSEED OIL,
W"rka in nil faints as Boiled Linseed, only
60j. per ual.
E.O. KELLEY B PATENT SPEM OII1.00
FILTERkii ROCK LUBRICXTINGOIL, 0
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11 MAIDEN LANE, SEW YORK.
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