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THE VINTON RECORD.
" -UoAHlUUK, OUIO,
tllUHSDATtllCQ lO, 1874.
, .Tea TUtoa Itacord Bawspapar em
Job qlct l Kir tale at ft bargain to
cish boyti. Apply to or addreu
JOHS X.BAPKR, MoArtb.r, 0.
A Treasury Leech—After the
The honeit and virtuosi J.
W.tUowen. who it Wont to
frown through Ihe columns ol
Ujft democratic Eiqtirer t
Congressional salary grabbers
and other rogues, who live
thousands ot miles away from
Violon , county, and at the
same time smile at home rob
berles, appears at the doors of
the Commissioner's office this
week with a modest little steal
for his own individual benefit,
la the shape of a bill of $412
.50 for publishing the ' Com
missioner's Report By the
customary price all over the
State of Onio the space occu-
pied would cost just $209,
or just $203.50 less than the
bill rendered. What rogue
couldn't abuse salary-grabbers,
praise Democracy, and assume
virtues they did not possess at
that rate of stealing? Is it any
wonder the county can never
reach its indebtedness and its
orders are hawked around the
streets at a discount!
The Comruissioners bad not
passed upon the bill at the
time we go to press, and we pre
sume with the light tbey now
have upon it, it will not be allowed.
G., McA. & C. R.
'.President Langley has pub.
liabed a statement lor the in
formation of the stockholders
of the G.,McA..&0. R. R,
Jrora which it appears that it
will cost $81,143 to complete
the mad bed trom Gallipolis to
Vinton Furnace, and the whole
cost of the road ironed and
ready for the cars will be $12,
077 per mile. To iron and
complete the road to the Gal
lia county line will cost $124,
240 in addition to what has al
ready been paid.'. Hard times
and want of money is what is
now delaying the project. We
have no donbt of the final com
plation ot the road, but it will
require addilionrl subscription
from the people along the route,
which, by the way, they are
abundantly able to make.
' A full statement ot the af
fairs of the company will be
published in January.
Rayhor's itemized biil for
painting the cupola of the
Court House is said to stand
IIiup: For paint and labor, $64.
For ' placing .one full cr&wed
dunghill rooster on the vane,
$100. The bill for paint and
labor was reduced to $60, and
the full amoant for the rooster,
we understand was allowed.
IIesbt. Twtebs, ;the new
County Commissioner has ere
ated consternation in the ranks
ot the Ring and among tbe
Treasury leeches who have
been Bucking at our poor ex
Jiausted Treasury. . He strikes
square from the shoulder,' and
is already the terror of the lob
Thb StraitsViille .Coal Com.
pany, Ed. S. kartin,' 8u'peri:
tendent, is preparing to seriJ.a
sample bloc if of the great Vein
coal to the Centennial Exposi
tion. It wilFmeasure four feet
square by eleven feet high and
will weigh nearly twelve tons.
Niveb in the annals of - his
tory has thieving been so prev
alent "throughout the country
as now.' Not an exchange
comes to our table but is fall
of accounts of petty thieving
and robbery., f
Dos i sit TstiU and eroak
about the bard winter that's
coming.- Husband . four, re
sources and systematize your
charities, and it may not .pro t
so hard after afl. .
A has who "salts down bis
csyuWGoneral Penny packer.
Cosawss met -Jast'Monday.
Railroad to McArthur.
A' correspondent writing to
the Circleville Uerald and
Union, speaks as follows t
I notice In your issue oithe
20th ins!., under bead of
'Interesting to Circleville11 an
item from the Columbus Jour,
nal, with your comnieuti there
on. : ' " "V
Ydrj im certainly correct In
saying Uiat -ihe country along
the proposed line of the Circle
nlle aud A! c Arthur Railway,
from a short distance beyond
Adelphi to the M. & O.ItR,
it ridh in iron andeoal, , ,
Then you speak of President
Langley directing the Gallipo
lis road to Logan, and say it
that is done, it will behove th
people oi Circleville and Pick
away county interest to direct
their line westwardly and make
its southern terminus Uamden
Let us see about this diver
(ton matter : there may be
something iu it and there may
Take your line of road from
Karhes,Gr6ve,"where do you
propose to make the point from
which the divergenCo shall
West of "Potter's Ridge?" II
to, where do you propose to en
ter, to penetrate the "richest
timber, coal. and iron fields of
llocking and Vinton counties?"
If the point of divergence is to
be Gxed east of Potter's Ridge,
how do you propose to avoid
the plain direct route laid out
by Nature down the Valley ol
Alban Creek (tributary of Rac
coon) via Kdrnos' through Me
Arthur, to the 31. & U. R til
road; thenco to the river? "Pot
ter's Ridge," (so called) divides
the waters ol Salt Creek Iron)
those of Raccoon. It u to
western line ot the coal and
iron field. The Conglomerate
comes in on the west of tbe
Ridge, in fact a great portion ol
the curiously . wrought cliffs of
Queer Creek are formed in the
heavy conglomerate, overlyinp
which is the heavy Sand Rock
that underlies the coal, and
iron. ' ."I . ...
This Ridge is- penetrated by
the M. &, C.-Road, near Rich
land Furnace, at tbe south line
oi Vinton .county, about 3
miles west of tbe Rmge Linn
between Ranges 17 and , 18.
Thence it bears north about fit-
teen degrees east, crossing said
Range Line, near the south
eastern corner or ben tort
township, Hocking county, In
fact the south-eastern corner oi
Benton township, and Ihe
north-eastern corner of Jack
son township, Vinton county,
on this ridge, within a stone's
throw ol the low gap, at the
Potter Kiln, where your road
crosses the Ridge. This Ridge
will fumiab fine timber and it
can be marketed on your road,
if the road should "diverge" on
the west side and go down
Goose Creek, (a tributary ol
Salt Creek,) but the coal and
ore would have to be carr'ed
over tbe Ridge to get ft) the
road, as ,1 here is no coal or ore
west of the Ridge. 1 say no
coal;; there is occasionally a
point "rising high above bis fel
lows," that has a little coal
crowning his otherwise worth
less summit even west of this
ridge, as if the sweeping flood
that bad carried away tbe for
mation or prevented H, bad not
arisen to tbe summit of .these
peaks; but as a coal forma
tion it is unreliable. Nut onlr
is tbe Ridge the western edge
of tbe mineral deposits, bat the
valley on the west is far less
favorable to the construction ol
railroad. -And,' lastly,- you
must cross this Ridge at. tbe
uearest point, to Adelphi, ind
follow the coal and iron field"
down through Mc Art hur, inter
secting the M. & C. R. R at
Vimou or al Duuda?
Nor is tbie all, the simple
fact that the finest ore in tbe
whole field lies, in Swan and
Jaekjson townships, in Vinton
county, should te some induce
ment to any intelligent compa
ny to get into tbe mineral belt
t far north aa practicable.
IrOttIng that we wilt soon
have the trains Vanning from
Circleville via McArtbor to the
H. C. J.
H. C. J. The Lowry Family Reunion.
We copy the following ac
count of a family re union, at
Roseville,vM tukingum county,
from the ZmesvilU Signal.
Jeremiah Lowry la a brother
of Mr. John Lowry, who lives
near this town: (i. -,
Ed. Siqwai Dear iitfi-A
few evenings since, 1 called
the "residence of Jeremiah
Lowry, Esq , of this place, and
found the old gentleman and
bis lady surrounded by a group
of eleven children, ranging in
age trom 21 to 45. years and
gathered together from almost
every part of tbe Union.
. Believing that a few person
al reminiscences of the mem
bers ol this family might not
be uninteresting to your many
readers. I have succeeded in
obtaining the following facts
About a year ago, the idea
of a family re-union occurred
to one of the brother, then
residing in Virginia, lie at
once communicated with bis
parents in reference to the
matter, and waa surprised "to
learn that two of the brothers
living in Roseville had con
ceived the same project at the
same Identical time that be
had himself. From this start
ing point tbe reunion was
consummated, Friday, Octo
ber 16. '
Jeremiah Lowry re now in
hs 70th year, nd.J from bis
present hale, and hearty ap
pearance bids fair to live many
years to come. '
Uts wile, Susan, now in her
66lh year, is still active and
vigorous, being able to attend
to all of her household duties.
Albert J., the eldest son, is a
fine looking, large and well
proportioned man. ' lie left
his home for Caitlornia in ihe
year ; 1850, at the age of 21
years. Arriving there alter a
long and tedious journey (ovei
land), be went lo work in the
mines, which business he fol
lowed nine years. Subsequent'
ly he held Ihe poslilons of
Depuly Sheriff under Sheriff,
Deputy Provost' Marshal, and
Deputy County CIerk, In Eldo
rado county, and is at present
Postmaster and agent of Wells,
Fargo fr Co, at Placerville,
Calilornia. 11 arrived at tbe
home of his father and mother,
Tuesday. Oct. 13, 1874, alter an
absence of 24 years On hU
way home he was j ineJ ' by a
sister at' FairfieldIowa, and in
company they reached Zinee
ville, where another niater Irom
Virginia was wailing for a train
to convey her to Roseville, ana
although the two parties ar
rived here on the same train,
they were not aware of each
other's near prevence until af
ter leaving the cars. 1
AuMin is a resident of (his
place, and is known lar and
near as an ingenious, skillful
workman, capable of succeed
ijig in ny mechanical art he
turns his attention lo! He is
what is popularly known as a
genius. ' ' , ' '
Lyman, the next son, resides
at Gore, Hocking count;, Ohio.
He was a regular in the U. S,
army for 6 years, being a meni
berof the 8ih D. 8. Infantry
He served in ihe army of the
Potomac ' under McCIellan,
Meade. Burnsides and Grant.
Milton liTes in Virginia,
where he has resided lor the
last six years. He served in
the Federal army during the
rebellion. . ' 1
Mry Ellen,. ( the eldest
daughter, and wife ol James
Curtis, formerly of your city,
now resides in Logan, Ohio. .
W B. Lowry is a resident of
Ibis place., He was living in
Tennessee at the time the Re
bellion broke out was pressed
taken to camp Cheatham, then
under command pt the rebel
General of the same name. At
tbe expiration of three weeks
he eflecled bis; escape, and
without money or friends made
his way home on foo. He en
listed directly after in the
Union service, and remained
ant,l ihe e!o.e ol tb. w,r,.er7
ins unaer; General. Shield.'
Oiltnor, Boiler andj ott en.
UTwaTi n'te e n eV eernVnT t e -1
fore Ft. Wagner, and present
at the sunender of Fort . Sum
ter. jUe was a prisons 'six
mohlbv In Libby.Prlsop; after
wards he had charge of the
same prison, and was keepei
of the samef man jwip Jormer
It had charge of bim-
Kate, the wife ot(Rober
Forgrave, lives in , "afr field,
Iowa. . . i ) v i !
, Sarah Jane, who, hai been
residing in Virginia, left on the
22d instant . with, h,er .brother
i.lbert, . for.. California, where
she intends to remain wiTb
view to the iroproveraept of
her health, , Walter ( i a . resi
dent of Keyser, Mineral coun
ty, West Virginia. Ue enter
d the Union army at life age
of 16, and served 4 years. Was
a member of Captain Hamil
ton's company, 32 1 O. V. I;
was wi'h Grant at ; he surrend
er ot Vicksburg, and in Shr
roan's march to the sea.. Was
severely wounded in front ol
Atlanta. . ... .
Adnlpbuj B. is the youngest
son, and tbe only one of, the
boys not married.; He alto
terved as a soldier in the Union
army during the latter part of
the war. As a musician he
has. some celebrity, being a.t
present Ihe leader of the Ath
ens Silver Bmd. a which place
he resides., During the even
ing that I spent with them be
enlivened the occasion, ;by bis
inimitable performances cn
the violin, Guitar and Silver
Horn.' , ,, ; , ;;
Ualtle, the youngest child,
who was aarrieU within, tbe
year lo a son ol the' Rev: D.
Smith, of theM,E Conference,
resides in tliir. place, i-, ..i vt
The .children ; began to ar
rive on Tuesday, the 13 h inst.,
and by Thursday, evening. they
were all here; and reoiainrd
together for a week, when they
began to separate for distant
homes. During their stay one
of tbe .boys, Walter, became
the happy father of a bounc
ing boy, making in all. in this
family, 34 grandchildren, only
2 of. whom aife dead.
Mr. Lowry availed himsell of
this oppoitumty to distribute
hi large library amongst his
children, giving to the eldest,
and each in bis rum, accord
ing t age, tbe respective first
choicer '' '
On Saturday the, whole fami
ly repaired to Ztnesville, and
were photographed in a group
by one of your artists. : ;
The many happy scenes and
pleasant memories reviewed
by this gathering I shall not
attempt to describe, but cer
tainly such meetings as this
occur but seldom in a liletime
Wb will furnish the RecWid
and the Ohio Stale Journal to
subscribers at 13.25 per year
postage prepaid. The Journal
m kes a specialty or State
news, and is in every respect a
good paper. ; '!'-..
Tbe Fortsmouih Gazette has
diaronMniied puhlieation. :m .
,r nr. , uwo
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. ill SECOND 8TRKCT,
rOKTSTlOLTII, ! OHIO.
Watch and Clock ma
terial,1 Spectacle Etc.
Watch kepaieiso hjtipZ
: ' , i i , - ., ;
rtracad wsrkmra Liberal dneoant U lh
i .. . i .
Shrader & Betz,
south Bnr. SKOonn bthekt. bktweh
i PAISTAkOMirUttSBItr, -
law eoaauaily an haad aad anasiwiara ta
, ord' r , .
ELGGIE, CRRIAGES EXPBE&S
: YAGl).S, 4C," 1
' , SHERIFFS SALE.
Site of Ohio, riniott County
Jot! S,StUnd,l al, Lefcndnkli.
h TinUm County Court of Common
l uu Am uraerof Sale.
Pt'RMMUT io'fhV Mmman4 of an Ordr
bd1 lactied ftom tit Cturt nl lU.mmnm
Btwnll of Mid'eountjr, I will oiler toi mIk al lh
ooroi mvoqrt Houm.io lit lows ef MoAr-
'"'i irawi iouoif, unio. on
Safuday,: ths ' 2d Say of Jsnnarr,
at ! taoaroM oVIoek, f. WJof miH day.lha
rnllowioc dM)ribd Unit and lniraii, lo
wii) in Lm Mm. io hnqdiMl and MTanir
Iwo, (tit) two handrrd and artrniylhrra UV)
nnuiH uo fTrniy-iour in ma t.
of MoArlhllr. Ulll.il aim In.lnl Kn la
huodrad al MTtniy.flra (37M and aa mnrh
oil ol I ha north aide ol In-lot No. (J7u) aa will
cvrrvwonci aim in am. una of the
arri, twinaT about iwo ihinla m nl' ini No-
two rnindrland Menty an (170) ba il)am
morw or Irai, aa d ac-nbad in ilfad nr'I'hnmak
B. I'atiaaBd. wila to Jol G. ewrlland, dated
BoTt-mhr 10. ISTJ. '
ppraiaad at rour imnrtrrd and flfljr dollara
mm num. itihh iwo-iniria oi mm puid
To be a,. Id aa Ihe .ro ,r'y of 4uel. 8wH
Iand,t al. to aaliifv an nrrfpr nt mul
from tli Court ol Common Plea in laror af
TERMS OF bALE: Cmh in haodop thauoj
US WHIP. ft ' '1
i- ' I ' t ehfr'rt Vlmon i omdiJ.
Joaia Cnorrap, Atlorneja for plamlilf.
IXoainberU, IDTf . , ' r (
eat and fc-arleaa nrwananer, of nH hrourl eol-
nniBa, fwcwiiy uefianeit for lhalaimer, lha
moaiiHnia, ine merrhanl and lha rofelonl
man. iftid their wli-a an rhihlren. We aim
la wiKko the Weekly Hum ihe bent family
uewei.nper id Ihe ilrl. II la lull nt enter
nd ln.tr",e.edne 0f etere Mli,
but prima nnlhinnio ofTen.t l'a mni orunn
loua and deiieala bt.te. Prion. SI. 10 per
year, poaiage prepaid. The cheaiei p.per
niinivurq. irr It.
Try it. Iddreaa TaaSna, New
AGEXTK WANTEDJModnli and nipiomm
. Kor HOLAIAH Awarded
Addreaa for c rcu Ur a. J. noliMAu CO.,
M 4 rch atreet, fhiladeipuin -
SCOTra LIVER niu are ll the go,
UeuMu.a ihe ti a poepie like ihen ao.
TO HAVE GOOD KFALTH
' 'lha lirrr must be kej.t in order.
ARPORD-M LIVKB INVICiORArR
haa hecome a ample iamlly medio ne. Pnrelt
veLttahle C.linrficiinil Ionic fnrall derni(.-
men! of liver alnmarh and Ixiwtle, Will
rlear the complexion, cure sick headache, Ao.
bhun imiian inn, , '
Try Saafard'a Liver Invlgorator.
iSVCOMNcy, OH HOVLCHARMINO"
Kow either aex mT faeoi aia anrf ni
the lore And nfteetinria of anv nerann the
cho'e, inalantlT Tina aimpfe menial
cfnla; toiielherwllh a Marnaire ,;tiiilt.K)iit
qmrement all nan poaaeM, free by mini Inr9
inn "raeie, nreame, iiiuie to min A qurer
hook lUO.ftOO eold Ad.'reoa T WILLIAM A
iU riioiianera. rniMiit-ipnia.
V HOST. IXTKAOIiDlXAIiY
Terms of Advertising are offured for
. Newspapers in the State of
Send for Hal ol rapere and rcheduloof ra'ra.
. : Add rem N , . '
Geo. P. Bowel & Co.. Advertising
HO. PAEK E0W, HEW YOEI.
Rant to Kmto ortaif Pun.
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READERS OF THB
IN PRICES FOR.
rrHE GAZETTE ia the creal newapeperof
1 im cuui-r. annwn ana rieu i.y eeriodT
Thounanda ol prni ln al hrmera contribute
to lie enrxMiliurxl e.dun'.na annnnlly. . .
Aaa rommerclal paper it la elandard au-
Uinntv. . '
l (iea all tht Bewa of the day
WnOCAN AFFORD TO BIS WITHOUT ITT
lots the following Club Sates i
Sieirte enpiea. inclmlios poetaire, f J no
Clnba, bet'D 1 and feopiea, mil. poale'h I Ml
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All u " 1 SS
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Terms of the Eemi-Veeklj for 1875.
Siairtepie, Incliiili g poalage. 14 On
Cm-a, ift'n Sand llloop iojI. pot 'h DM
Claba of 14 aa-1 over " S DO
J ' ; HO HOEEP0STAGE.
it H hi otMerrad from the almre lhal we
haa made a larife rediii'Iinn inn.ircluh pri
ce, anil alao. lhal pnatate, whK-h liaa hereto
fore lieen iid by (he -ufwnber, i enl per
annnm on the Weeklv. and 4" eent per an
num oo lha Bmi-wrekly,.will ba prepaid by
Addition may be made loclnheat any time
during Ihe year, at the diin price, the aub-
feiiption. continuing full rear from the time
me addition thai) have been made.
Hraviaaa Oonee rT race.
Snader raw In 4gn.
. CI M.INNA1 1 GAZETTE CO
, Paint aud Second Streets. .
Baa received at Caal Pricm a full uaortma ot 0
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DEEE3 GOODS IH LAT'ET STYLES
Domestic Cotton and Woolen Goods
.1 . -". ' .1 ! i.'i i i, ' : .:
;l ; , ; Of all ktndf,
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Fluntt 'tlt. Blanket t, StUiwls,
i jean. Latmrre. , H'a-
ii terproof lolft.
: Superior vjuahtiea of
1 ' . , i., V ; . I
Black Silks Alpaccas and Mohairs.
1.000 Pieces of Qro G-ain Eibbons,
- all ilk at 2 to 2.) cenU per
: ' ' ' Yard. . '
SPLENDID SASH RIBBONS.
TO W CEJTT8 JEI XD.
?. 1 .' ; . ..... 1
" M sewatoe of Carpeting.
BETJS5E18 3 PLY ASD ISGRAUf
''i l". 1 b. b,.'ajit;
g I' .5
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Fretih Drnrs. Pnlnts. Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffd, and Pure Liquors lor Me
dtcliml purpotee. . . ..
Perfumery, Fine Toilet Soaps. ITalr
011. Poinaile. tlnlr. Nail, Tooth. Fltsh
and Clothes Brushes, Combs.
School Books, blank Books. Copy
Books, Pen. Ink, Paper snd Pencils,
Envelopes, glates. :
Fine Cut, Plujr, ( liewlnjr and Smok
ing Tobacco, Cleans Pipes.
Lanterns, Lampe,Clilmueys, Shades,
tool Oil. '
A full line of Gold.Cural. Jet, Topaz.
Anirtlijut. AgHtc.Oaraietttkts, Brace
lets, finger mill Earnings, Necklaces
Sk'tve JJutt jus.
Needles for all kinds of Sewing Ma
chines. MuhIchI Instrumenti, Tuning forks
Vlollu and Guitar Strings.
Clocks, Watrhes and Keys.
Toilet and Work Boxes, and an end
less variety ol Toys. .
t 1 nm nl?o ngent for nit the Maga
zlues, Perludiculs, Literary and Unity
Papers, which I lurnlh from three
duys to a week In advance of those
furnished by mail.
All of the Above, and a
Thousand Other Arti
cles, to be had at ,;'
HAIX r.TM'AI.Ti:iB .,
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Cheap farm. paite pamphlet free. Ooun-
Bap. 20 tenia. J. K. M VCIIA, Caaton.Md.
A New rSnewriPtleej Book.'
HI3T0ET OP THE Ur YOEE
Tne Peerele, M taleiiea ami Romance of Pn;
on Life in Ntw Yotk, vniherrd by Charlea
Button, Warden of the Tomb.
Lnrge 8vo., 6.r)0pp., Illuntrated. 13 50.
Thia a not. alnrlly a enanlinnnl work, and
(recommended h ihe heal men aa a monti
reformer Hoya rending it will not Ji arn lo la?
Itlierea. bin Will lern Imw lhieea erfler.
ahe alory of John Mahoney written by him
a ll ia worth the prn-e ol Ihe nook. The beat
eellinibook eer puldiahed, an any all our
anenla Kxelnaive territory itiren. An ai;ent
wanted in eery town
UMTEK 8 TATK-t PUMWHINO C'.(
Sw 13 (J Diter-ily Place. N. V.
To aell fiB. CHASE'S HEC1PKP; nR, )N
KOUMVMION Fi'P KVKRYHOI'T. in etery
eonnty in Ihe 'Tnilrd Mntea and I'ananaa
Enliiriied by the publialier In (MH pane. It
Con lain overg.onO iiniiael,ild rectpee, and la
atiited to all clnaaea and eundilionForenciety.
i wond r HI bond awl a honaenobi new-naiiy.
II aella at aluhl. Giteaieat indncementa erer
ottered to hook aaente. Bainnle epiea ent
livmnil boat raid lor 12. F.n ln-ire territory
iciven , Santa more tuan double iheir mon
er. Addrea, HH. Cfi AMR'rt I'K M PKINT-
I NO UOUHE, ANN AH Hi) It, MICH.
II ALL'S PATT IltTHKIXO I.OVK
VKKV (,HF.A1 I.Y IMPHOVKli m rorm P
ihe elawa, and Ihe more complete ahield
tt of Ihe part- H'1'je.'l to wenr, li metal
patea. mokintf them wenf fit Imrt at lomg. end
do Ihe work feeler and eaaier lb. in any other
huaker Made nf Ihe er heat rail leather,
in lour aiaea. f iht bt) h it handed -amidee;
aenl prepaid on receipt of price' Half ffloreli
S1.2-S; Full l.lorca, tl ft' per pair Libera
diMonnt in qtinnliliea ' v-k rour merchant
or addre-a UaLL HU-K1NO oLUVE CQ.
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Hill ill" to every a'itienher, wheilier ewifle
orina.luh, who pa, a in advance for 'S7A,
and reiiuia direct in ihia office, a copy of
"The Keaciie," the Imndaumcat cliromo aver
Ollere I by a puhli-her.
Termf:i erannum. for circiilarconlain
Inglerma for clulw, etc, addieea L. A. OU
U?Y, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sell Your Old Barrels!
OLD ntBEELS BOUGHT Will give
11.10 lo SI Mraih lor all ood iruorhoundoil
b'treia ilelivered at theae oma - to be paiaV;
nriooua. uarnonann niitn ie-1 ourning oil-,
lubrica ing oila will beaohi at ihe loaeat mnr
ket pr v
EXCELSIOR Oil. WOBKS ,
W. &. Oiri hR, l-ropneior.
Freedom, Beaver Co., Pa.
ACENTS WANTED FOR
PROF, mim GREAT WORK.
On Maebeed. 1'eaae.Bheed aad their
JHataai lwtorrlatieet Levi. llaLavi.,
fewer, etc. Aiu-iiia are eeilioe trom It to
26 ropu-e a day. Hand for epei-imen agea
and terma to agenta aod aeei w hy It aella fal
er than any other book aildreea .NiTioaAL
Pvaueaiaa Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; Uliicago,
111 , or-bt. Loula, Mo.
i'.;. u- ; : ; i 1
A WEEK guaranteed to male
and femaie agenta in Iheir local-
it v Coaia fiiiTUlNQto try it.
Partknlare liee. P.-It VICK-
Kf A CO.,Ai:uata, Me.
THE MA80N4HAMLIH OEQAB OU
Winneia ofTHRER IIIOHEAT WED
AU and DIP1.0HA OF 1IUAVM at
Vienna. 187.1. nd eerie, ltfoT. now nnv-r the
riNICNT AKNOKTMK.XTol the BCMT
CABINET UStflARH ID the WOnLD,
including new eltlra with rerent improve
menta, ay" felwvtt fir ant, aa fnrmerlv, but
al-o on NEW PLAN OF EASY PAT
HEISTS), 'he timet lavorHl le ever ohVred.
1-HiiAN- KFNTED WITH PltlVI
I.KCIU OP PCRCHAHCM elmoateny
part of tht couoiry. Klrat pamaot SV.W or
llliatraied Cataloirnee and eireiilam,.wlth
fnS partMuUr! aeot free oa reqiet' Ad
HASoar AHAHLiir OatoAirco, '
( hoaton, Mew York, at Chicago, j ,(
c Advaeateeaaewie Iwaverteal as fair prie ..
PENS, INK. INKSTANDSi
.1 ' t f'l n ,v , vr ' v-r
And all other articlea required jpoplU.Je.e
received aod oflerad al, , , 4 , . , .
, . k ; i at.
, : ; :- : 1
i ' ; ; "i 'A 1. IC
Plain, Fancy faltlal
Fa per and Kavclape fr
l eicnt Paper and niank
of nil DcMTiptioivt, .
Full Mippljr and 1
1 . .
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AT , ,
.3 fi ' 1
Corner of Main and Market Btrestt,'
Mo A RT HUR. 6.
C. J; BILUNGHUESr
PHOTO GR APHER.
and dealer in all kieda ot , , ..
A L B U MS ,
...... "4 ' , . ' . T, .1'
PICTUKE- jNT AILS,
careloll, dune, and ihe raaileat uieture
enlarged lo any me, anil
Finished in Oil,
I XDI A i nk; 1
0 any other atyla that may be deatrad, at the .
: -j- .- r - 1 ,- . ,.
I.arse end iaely aniahcaT Pkateirrapbe
tun be aaarie fraaa eld aad faded, er
acralcbed picturea. ,
Pictures of all kinds framed t
aod all work warranted te (ita.ialltlaehew.
I may I all
THAT WU It'll IS-
PRINT 'AND POSPERB.
FALL AND WINTER
FR4K IIELLN AIV. Agent,
Al hta ne pliice of koaliitia,
COEY'8 BLOCK. OPPOSITE TJfllOS
" Or4 ' - j
Spring and Summar Clothing
EVER brauxhl to thia marital, embraeiD(
nil thejateal and moat laahioaaUe al)lea,
'in in ncuordanea with the leieal la.hiont.
When you want a not. by auiMon'l fail te eall
on KrauK. He alia CU'I and
Makes "Gakments to Ordir
and haa a lull line of ,
HATS AND TAPS, AC.
II etnlhlne- marked down to the LOW'
ESJT riOVKXM. Givemeae.iandlwil
apr ' . . . , FRA1K HRLLMAH. i ,
M&nhooai EowXoBi How Eeitorsd I .
- ioat Bnbttaaert. a oe.
MfyJfg 'Jt'on-' f. Dr. CeWerwell'e.
cine) of -riaatvoanin., or eamiaal Weak'j
nea, lnvoltihtary 8entinaf Loaaea, laporne.
Wlltal and PhVuinal 1 n...n..il v I. ..m
lo MHrriaite, etn alao, Coaacarrioa,, Kwaav .
ar, and at, indnced by aeUiudoUeecbai etax i
dri'riee in a aealed eavelopa. oplf (Mate.
The celebrated author ia thia adnnakle ea
My clearly deainnatralea from a tmrtr yaara , j
mreaafiil praet-a, that Ihe aletnrrj ennae
qneneea ofeeli-abuee may h radical t eared)
without lha dangerou ua. of internal medi
eine or the application''' the anil.; poianaay
ola mode of i urea t-"eimide,crraiB aaaf
efloPtual, hy meana of ehioh every auflrrer. i
o mailer what eondt.ioa may be, ma
enre himaelf cheaply, arivaielt, and aWlt.
aw i hie Let lure ahould4 ia iha haada ef
very yonlhand every r.aa ia the lend.' .. i
4enl, nnd.r aeal. id a plain envelope, to any '
dd.-eea, a oa receipt el all rente, or
Alao tlulrerwell'a ;,Marriag.Gide,,V
price AO oenla.
addreaatba pnbliahara, . . ., ,,..,
. , ' ' CHAS.J 0 RlilNR CO--'i--t
IIT Bowery, New York. Poet Ufloe Bex, 4,lt
$5 hi20n'.r.dT home. Term a free.,
? ., riAddraaiiJOt(C BriStos
, Central HoMse.i,,w
VOEnmr 4 HmiCKXropdltorK')"l
H. High Stjbyt'a Spring OJle0i
; aOLTjiiBXJsV ""o!
r- i f ..ii -; jq Ti nA
The elwta luinae V.A J A .' I r I
tlahed, eenlrally loeaud, eonyenteni to the "
depot, aad lha table aopphed with the ew- K
Ike market aflnnle. The prnonetore Invite
iheir trienda fa Viatoa eouaiy te give them A ' ,
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