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N. J. BOWERS,
Particular atteutioa ivea lo tha treatment
w hi aaiurai imu.
No ButIMM Don OK Satubdati
J. F. TOW ELL, Fertameatb, Ohio, eSere
U tha Merehaata aad Puxaecamea of Vialoa
any, eupenar (took ef Dry Ooodi tad
Helloes, Urmi the aioat hvorabla. Joha
A. SPERCEK MYK. J.I. MACk.IT.
WYE & MACKEY.
lMrWrEK8 AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.Chlni & Glassware,
Cutlery nd Plated Ware,
Gat and Coal Oil Fixture,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT STREZ
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOAEI'U School Examiner for Tin
County will maal at tha Uuioa School
Houm, la Mo Arthur, oa lha Ut and Ird Satur
lay of March, April, May, September, October,
ad November; and tha Ut Saturday in Janu
ary, February, Juno, July, August, and De
aenitar, iaeaoh year. Kxamiaaiiona to com
taaaca at Ua o'clock, A. M. Satisfactory e.
done of good moral charaotar will ba required
' all oaaaa. A fa of 60 oanli ta require d by
from each applicant.
M.R. BAKNKS, Ch'a, 1 Board of
J.H HUHN, V School
L.O. ftRl'UB. Clark, 1 Kxaauaere
Howard Sauttary Aid Associa
' For lha Relief aad Cur of tho Erring and Ua
Iiuya oa tha Errora of Youth, and tha foU
llaa of Aga, la relation ta Marriaga and Social
Brill, with aaaitaiy aid for lha afflicted
fast free,' la sealed eavelopea. Addreae,
OWARO ASSOCIATION, Box P, Plaladol
NO, 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
ajrZ-- !L IVoempnient will herealter ba
k'2jF lll on lha aceawd and laat
ftM Wednesday veulnas mt rack
nth. Patnarulis oi ttlior uismpnimis
who may ba Tiailinc out own are invited to
attead. JoHN p. IdJNKLE, CP.
Jo T. Rarta. 8.
MuArthur. Keb'r IT, 1170.
. .. rr
I ' I 3
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Loonit Streets,
For any ma of blind.
Heading, licning or Ulcer
ita.i diIm. thai Uabina's
I ctla RamadT fails ta cur.
It la Bnnarad lo cars tka
ilaa a ia nothis aUa. Sold byall drugguu.
THE VINTON RECORD
Offiolil Qrgin of Vinton
An Irish woman, who Lu
uceu aupprjBQ.ea la a ca,e
which was let lor on of the
day't hich was taken up in
the trial of the McLane Mitch
ell crim. con. case, made her
appearance in the Court House
while one of the principal wit
nesiei'waa being examined
The testimony of course was
not fitted fur eara polite. She
stood it until she thought pa
tience had ceased to be a vir
tue, when she arose and ad
dressed the Court, as she
moved backward for the door:
;Sir, I thought this was a court
of justicel Te are nothing but
a pack of dirty blackguards!
Here her temper overcame her
English and she went lor the
Judge in the most emphatic
Irish, which, owing to a delect
in our early education, we are
compelled to forego the pleas
ure of reporting. Judging from
the demonstrations though It
would not 'have been very
healthyfor Uis Honor if he had
been within her reach. A for-
wurd movement on tho part ol
the Sheri.T, however, closed tin's
racy scene, but we have no
doubt that courts of justice
have deteriorated in the good
Tub following is list of letters
remaining in the post office
at Zsleski, O., March 1st, 1873:
N. P. Cunningham, Davis
Curran, Thomas Cooney, John
W. Hawley, Archibald Uozae,
Miss Rebecca Trimmer, Thom
as Willia mt. Miss Sruli E.
Stewart, Miss Rose Scott, Mib
MattioFarris, Samuel M. Ken
edy, Charles U llamtricka Hi
las Conner. J. K. Will, P. M.
Jonathan Urine, Jh., and
wile celebrated the fifili anni
versary of their marriage by a
"tin wedding:," at their reni
dence, on Mondny evening
on which occasion thev enter
tained a large number
friend, and were the recipients
t the customary uiementoe-
f such occasions.
. A special 'colonists train
will leave Cincirnati, April 2J
10 oclock 1J. M. for Omaha
ncReis irom Uincinnuti to
Omaha and return, good until
May 5ih, will be sold for
$29.75. For further inftrmnt;oii
address D. B. Cady, Cincinnati
Alkrbd'Uilman, a young on
o( O. W Oilman, while playing
about the Ire tklust table, Lis)
Monday, knocked the cfiffee
pot off, spilling the contents
upon his person, severely scald
ing his neck, breast and stom
Mr. JoUN W. Ukkren now of
Nodaway Co., Mo., is back at
his old home on a visit. He
i'tes the western country very
well, but, we believe, has still
strong partiality lor Buckeye
One of Jackson's frail oiki
was arrested here last Thurs
day on the charge of keepinsr a
brothel in that place. Alter
ta'dng her to Jackson we learn
hat she gave the (fficer the
The vote of Hon. T. M. Bay
against the amendment to the
Uoesel railroad law is severely I
commented upon by his friends
this township, who are vital
interested in the bill.
Thomas Sharp, an old gentle
nan who resides nast of Tratts-
villo, slipped and fell from his
porch, last Sunday morning,
breaking iwo or mure of his
Hon. II S. Bond?, L. D. Mar
Mid his mother started to
Washington last Friday to wit-
ness the re-inauguration of
Mr. James Workman, of Col
umbus, has rented the Uulbert
House, and will take posses
The name of Eli Shock e
Inadvertantly omitted from
roll of honor of the Mc-
Arthur Schools, last week.
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE WM. K. HASTINGS, PRESIDING.
Ia the case of the State
against John Hendricks, the ju
ry found the defendant not
guilty of burglary, but guilty
of larceny. A plea in abate
ment was filed, oa the grounds
that the indictment did not set
forth the offense properly.
Bound over for re appearance
at the next term of Court in
the sum of 1500.
Lorana Bundy vs. 0. Elenry
Bundy. Petition for divorce
for wilful absence. Divorce
granted, and petitioner award
ed the care of the children.
Joseph btewart vs. Wm.
Holes and Wm. Doles, jr. J udg
ment for $1,828.94.
State vs. liiram Josephs, in
dicted for larceny. The jury
returned a verdict of not guilty.
Oeorge Engle vs. M. & C. R
R. This was a suit for dam
ages for the killing by a train
of plaintiffs horse. Verdict
fir $75, amount claimed.
a numoer ot minor cases
were disposed of, and Court
adjourned on Tuesday morning.
Transfers of Real Estate.
C. E. Hawk to Michael Uawk,
2 am s, Wilkesville ton?liip,
Katcliff & Smith to Eliza.
beth J. Childers, 2 acre, Ea
gle tp., $100.
Ephraim Bates to Martin
hsex, 63 acres, Richland,
O. W. Kanode to D. S. Bubo,
40 acres, Knox, $450.
D.S Bubo toEiisha Ilaining,
40 acres, Knox, $450.
Eugene Wright to W C. Fos-
ter, one-third of 1G0 acrs, Km.x
l p., $700.
Abner Cooley to W. O. F a
ter, one-third ol 160 acres.Kni-x
Sheriff of Vinton county lo
James Ballard, 160 ucres,Knox
t p., $2,900.
E. D. Dodge lo Mary J.
Sirouse, in lot 12, uamdeii,
W. B. Ulz to Eliz ibe'h U'z,
101 acres, Harrison tp, $900
Tub partnership heretofore
existing between J. W. Wilcox
and J. T Ogier, liamilen, in
the dry goo N and general gro
cery and produce business has
been dissolved. The business
will be carried on in the fu
ture by Mr. Wilcox. Ua an
nnuiicps that he will keep no
accounts, but sell strickly lor
cash or barter, and give his cus.
lomers the benefit of the lnes
he would incur -in doing n
credit business, ty reducing
the prices ol all goods 10 lo 15
per cent. Cash customers will
make money by keeping this
fart in mind
Mrs. S.'V. Dodok, of Z tleski
has been confined to lur rom
for three or lour weeks past bv
suililenwrencli-given her riht
lee whereby the leaders were
injured in a manner that it. is
feared she may be permanently
disabled. Her husband, in
drawing something from his
pocket, drew out a number of
coppers which tell upon the
fl.mr. The whole family began
playful scrabble for posses
sion of the pf !i!iie, and in the
scraml le Mrs. D 19 fH, of
wan puehet over, resulting in
the injuries above described
Tub Ross Co. Register says
one of the Chillicothe garden
ers prepared his hot-house re
cently, and the first vegetables
which made their appearance
were six fine, active potato
bugs, who gave indications ol
being ready lor duty at a mo
ment's notice. The gardener
was not pleased at the pros
pect. The thermometer went down
five degrees below zero yes
terday and the day before,
causing an abundance of com
plimentary remarks upon the
wisdom of the groundhog.
The McArthur Y. M.O A.
entertain their friends at
heir Hall next Tuesday eve
Dr. Bowxes, Denlist'McAr
The need of a wholesale dry
goods house has long been felt
by our wholesale boot and
6hoe, grocery, notion and liq
uor dealers, and we are happy
to announce that Mr. R. B.
Smart is about to supply the
demand. There has never
been any very vigorous at
tempt made to build up this
branch oi trade, and as a con
sequence Chilliobthe has suf
fered. Merchant's in adjoining
towns have been compelled to
go elsewhere to purchase dry
goods, because Chillicothe was
not prepared to fill orders. Mr.
Smart has had long experience
in the dry good business and is
thoroughly conversant with
the demands of this mrxket.
He has fitted up rooms and is
now laying in a large supply
of everything kept by a first
class wholesale dry goods
house. In looking through his
rooms one day this week we
found them packed with mus
lins, sheetings, jeans, cloths.
etc. Merchants in adjoining
towns will do wall to giye Mr.
Smart a call before purchasing
their spring goads, and our
word lor it they will find as
large h assortment and at ns
low rates as the tame quality
of goods can be put chased
An economical individual
htii'led in a letter at i lie post,
office to be weighed, li was a
little over lli half ounce. Our
Iriend took out his pocket-knii'e
and whittled off the corners,
lightening the letter lo a half
ounce; then attached his three
cent stump, and went his way
rejoicing. '-Ecoiu my is wealth."
Bisunp Haves, of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church, spent a
recent Sabbath at Richmond, Va ,
ami .preached in. the United
States Court room, his brethren
of the Southern Church refus nj
to permit him to preach in their
Is MuArtlinr. Marcli lt. to Mr. ami I
Mrs. 1'lclmid Crtitg, twits a son
In Elk township. February 23th, to
Mr. nitil Mr. J. K. Dixon, a dati'Miter
weight l pounds.
BIRTHS. MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Thomas J. Sluriiioii and Elizabeth
iUuliKL llUOUhS Ka.NXLKLS, WiiluW
of lion, d.iinnol J.. KaiiiK-ll.-'. died ut
her residence ia Mc Arthur, O., Feb
ruary 17ih, uged 07 yea is. The de
ceased was a native ol Smith Carolina-
born near Columbia, hi the valley ol'
the Conga ree. She was of Uevolu
tionaiy antecedents, tier 'grandfather
young David Hughes, u member of
Marion's command, being ruthlessly
slain while on a stolen vUit to Ills wile
a. id boy, by u party ol Cowboys, At
tho ugo of th lee, Iter father moved to
Louisiana, settliujr in E.tsi Feliciana
ParUIi. There she passed a liapoy
jtirlliood on her lather's plantation.
In the fall of 1323, ut the u,re ot six
teen, bhe inai i it d Iter husband, then
serving Ids second term in the Loulsi
aim Legislature. The early pait of
of her married life was spent off Port
Hudson. Her husband lulling in
health, they went north, stopping for
ii short time ut Pails, Kentucky, fi
nally settling for a home ut Cumber
land, Guernsey County. Ohio. In 149
Ihelr l'ome was changed to Swan
township, Vinton County, Ohio. Here
ou his larui, dieJ 'her husband, ut the
ugeot sixty-live, in October of 1850.
There were bom to her. ten children,
flvt- living, live dyinj; in childhood.
Her lite was spent in winning
friends uiul loving thum. WMi her
most devoted love for her children she
bus-left those who remain with only
the beuutifu! memory of (.hat love to
cherish a sweet shadow of the reality
to join the beloved husband and
children who years ago .mVeeded her
1 that happy country w here m itht r
eiekiifss nor sorrow enter.
For thirty-five years, deceased was
most devoted meiiiber of tlie Pres
byterian Chinch-zealous, in ell her
good works. Certainly no woman
more richly deserved the name of
Mother in Israel.
Uams. country. 12)$
sugar cured .so
Smoked -ddes . . .10
Shoulders ,.,v ?a.8
Pickled Pork . 7 8
Mocking Suit per bbl . 2.i"ii'
Sucks ..." i. lon-25
Lard , .i'8
Beans :.; 3.0032 oU
New Orleans Molasses..
Syrup . . ...;...
Star Candles, Der H
Soap, country, per lb,. . . .
Coal, ver bus
Hogs, dressed cwt. . . .
. . 7.011
BLOTTERS, DAY, CASH, JOURNALS,
TIME, BANK, INVOICE, LETTER.
BLANK NOTES, DRAFTS ADD RECEIPTS,
PAPER AND ENVELOPES.
Standard Inks and Stationery,
Always keeps a full stock of
Pure fresh Prims and Medi
Pure Wines and Liquors for
Medical Purposes, the very best
that can be obtained.
Physician's Prescriptions ac
GEORGE W, SISSON,
South side of Blain St.,
Sign of Red, White and Blue
Should cull m tho
MACHINES! AND SEED STORE
A, PU11DUM & BR0.,
Where they will Bivl n full aloek of III very
Consisting of tha
Drill, Oiio-Iioi-m Hut ti
tle rills Tor lorn Laud.
Th -ry best in the market. The
Buckeye IiiiroTel and American Feed
Cullers, Cum Midlers, llelawnre Farm
WaaiMia. FiinnliiK Mills, Fnriu Hells,
tue lamous Inlon m urn, lUe Cireat
rur uonkinx looil fr.r
nl sluitk miner i
For (rroeene-, wnrthr
urge surtmrui of r'A I
Kur uonkinx loml for stocx. Every limner
auu sluitK runer br.oulu have une.
For (rroeerie-, wnrthnues nd farmers. A
lurge urtmrm of KA liM
Such as HOK", RVKES, F'I!KS. .SHOVELS,
UUd rLOWS ( F ALL KINDS
MxO Dill Assortment or
Farm, Vepotaele and Garden Seeds
short s reunlirsfl hli-lioil tnrnipr'niiupntn
iiiO'inti:n More, vlipro sll sre iuvileil lo viijl
suil exsiulne our stock,
AT .NO. 17, TAINT STREfcT
Tn R irnnrl pilnciple Hint operates In thrae
Vnndeiful imedicines, is the pov.er lhn
ihey poi-se.s in purifyiiiR the liirsiu Hiod,
aod expei'iiip; Hit corrupt humors tram the
110 LOWAT'S PIM.S consist of a careful
and peculiar silmixime "ftlie dnesl reseiH
ble extra -Is, herbs and medi-il Kuni. ,,,
scs.inic not a rain of mi-,fl m ihp'iri-oni
hinstion. ihey never i'Xio,e tho-e who ni-e
them lo any ilsm-er, nt any lime or season.
.No oiher need tciiaie lo nreserih- (hem to
her children, end the most delicate constio;
linns can use lllii-m with ns (iient a beneht as
them mt vigorous and poweiftu Iratne.
H0LL0 AT 4 CO., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane.NewYork
llo.lnwny'H Pills snd ointment are sold at
2S cints, li:4J$ ccnis s-nl (I per box or pot. A
limit .avium made by buying tue laryesijee
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTIc'h t hi'rel.y given that I.eri nnbinet,
auardian id Jonathan B. and Mary L.
Jone. minor-ha. Died his accounts, -ever-atly;
with said wards, and that the snme are
set tor hearmi on the SihnsTot Foliruarv
A, D. 1S73, at II o'clock, A. M. '
11 . MAYO,
JQDarylS, HITS. '
WE CIVE AWAY $10,00
inetery sahcr'ilr to nir Fircsiiln Cnenrl.
The le.Mlum Kiimily Weekly nr Amerien.
Li rue Vsv eiuht -n(res. Ii-ieuiiil. Bemill
lully illii-lmieil. Full of leluilile, instructive
ii n I Intel em inn rim una iiiHtter, news sml
mi!-i?llny, horl eontinu-il lorie, sueti-hes
nml inii'tieii! :.MIter, ul .inled to I hp Wsnts
Hii'l , lies of every uisil. every woinun, ev
ery ehinl. VVhettip'r livmK in city orcoumry,
sml we (ii lo pmih vt-iiily sub.-cribcr u copy
of our niHjjiMticfiit oil tluoiuo
Tpnteil in oil color. 1 1 timei from sixteen
Mme, size IHx'il ini'hes. The Mi-jeet is lite
.!. r..iiuisiie siki plertinij. Ilennnotlie
irom tlie original ininlinK. nnrt is tenll)
worth 410. It exceed 11 bemny, site ntirt nl.
lie nny putln-stion. Nn one liiin- red tollur
picture cwi n.ve more t lesM.r,' or lie n mml-
er ornsment in nuy KniM-holil It ,110 I
nun nee. mvi He ilon t n nibsiribers to
unit six miieihs lor It, I. lit mil tend it 111
onee, oriicnn he h.id ol our sent. hnlicri
lierspsynn delivery of n.liin s. Nowaitinx.
I'letun s now reiiuy, sod de.iveredbv uot
once. It wo have
in your neinhhoihood, we "nnt one. We
nl only (uod urine suents. either loenl or
-HiivasiiiK.-H' wo nlnio.t )tie rwsvs VmIuh
ble outfit, slid I irrtii-'i Die lie-.t imyiiiK nuency
111 Ainenes. (live exi-hieive terrilort nml ili
hest tools in n ork with Our aiieiiis'hsviio
iiiiiiien. -uieeess Hinl mnkioii limn $: to SIS
pet nny, one iiveni took In sitl seriptions n
one dny, oiIipis repoit Irom In lo sft r
day. hieeiinen copies ot pspi-r, hi.l pnitivti,
hirs. (erms, etc., sent Iff to nv sihlrei-s.
wr.ieiu once lo our f ireside hrietid. Chi-
en to, II. oteli
GET THE BEST.
50 Cts."'" p,v fnL,",' chllH, f"""!-
,n 1 1 """''ln"n hW. for one )eflr,
'fntltl'lll llui.irsle.1 in,..rr... ih.,.i. uJ.
S1.0(),Vhl l'nv lnr nM, rrieiid. nnrt
J ' "lie i:lirono. The 1'nn. ies woith fi
SI GO"'" I'-yforllie We. Hv hnplltiirie.
; n Spsj!Pinper'lheuesl iu lliewrrld
fir children mm youth, nn.l a tine vhromo,
ihelVlln l.iHes.p k-e Ii
$2.25"i)l!0,1'1"(y1lor WW 0"A bslh
hromo I2xis im . . 7- "V"
nh.nei. w. Mi-' , -i""irMoruiiig, nn
$. I -j ,'" fnr roth psper snd the hree
i. Ih worm 111 sll six.
"in Ok hers are so. Ii us i.ureut. sn.l to.l.
ers lusy ssMy reeoinend 10 llieir i hi.lrn or
pupil-, snil the ehromos sre nf the lioice-l
i.iii,i. olhln llienn lie found fori hrd-l.
. Pl,"e y bcre ou w this.
AiieiilK V suied.
MIXKAR'S II AT STORE
SCALDS FOR SALE.
STOCK and Oie Sesle. as good as new. ft
sale at very low price llnll nn
H. 0. JONES aitorney.
Probate Court Vinton County, Ohio-
NOTICE It hereby ai.en Hint John Jack,
man. ffllsnllan nl llni- .1 tu-ni a
A , Jlnrnaret L , Heater O .'and iravil'ta
Jac msn. has fl ed his ai-cn'ints with ajd
aards .evendly f,.r 1nl seil!pmet, witll lhB
first nnme. . Hemy J..an. lorlmrlinl eltle
menlwiih Ihe ot he-s: nn.l H. .t n.
Sirrl V "lh df "f March, A. JJ.
..(,VI.UI-Kt. H t
c. B. MAYO, PioUte JudaJ?
r-brnarr IS, 1871 t O'-. I
A WCOUKCEto ttionabllo Ihfl Ki.y I ivi
niiun nurq iiiiiinK. Dilute'. nn u.
ill 01 (.ncolnc a brunblora. adunn- ih. 1.1.,
itm aj Irsih etocK.
We w:llkeepeonil(Dllj on hand a full l.nco
Druffs Medicinis Perfum
ery, Notions, &c,
Which will -til at tneh rates nn will cow
msnd thepsiroLsge of il.e public.
You are Invited to
GIVE US A CALI
North SiSc HL&in St, two Toin
North of Market.
8tot of Ohio, Tin ton IConuti
Marj HuttonJ otlters, Pluiuiii!
Samuel Oravcs.anil others, Dofesdunt
l VilM Cosy C)rt aCsmnua Petn. C.-.,':,
flat" is Partition,
PUFSUANT to the coihrh-ind of nn Or l
Side In Hnrtition issue, 1 imm 11.. 1. ...
Common Pies of Vinton County iu. Iu
directed hs iherirt : mid county, 1 nl ., '
for asl ut the door ol tin, Court ll on-e, in
lowu iif Mi-Arthur, Vmtou Couuiy, tiiiu, 0-
Saturday, tha 8th day of March, A.l
Ihehrturol lo'olonk, P. ( ofsild ,l',r, l .
following described lunds snd leucine,
Tho esut hulf ol th north. wer n . r
lOi'll'-n NO IWvlve. II 1 In.rn.l.,,. V.. ,.,
and Mi-ue No. niimieon, (nil Vinton r . i.-
iun, coiitsiniii)r seventy eiulit und ixu I
bundreiiili. (Ta bl) Hi-res.
Alld Ills WO! hiillnr IhA iin.il, . A
"r"M;'lon 'wive. (I ij Ki.1 nhip J,,! i .
tJnd rsnie No. iilnw.eii, (In) In s,u i p.,
ty, excepting tlie loilmniin tim-i, sold to ,
orar.-s i.y kaid .iosi -1 I iimve. : coinnifu
al Ills solllh west nirnir i.f llu
quarter of m I siHtinn No. teve. (IJ) vi.
.del luy(HO) rod-, ihsnee n-rlli t-v
WO (.21 ,.. lll,. Sillilllvunw,
creek. Jorty (t.i) rod., ihen-e iiotih th.i .
vi.ij rous, inem-x west lonvlhiee (1;. r
to Ihe west hue ol s.l I ,. i in.. ..........
I'jciu e to Hie senniy-.Mio (71) rods in .
.., .- ni!) ,.,,uini,n iirn.jlL.
sun limy (4 ) !, ,,, e,H
AI.0 lllllAln..!, IHO ....... ..I, .1 : ,
Ihs lorlh part mii.I (r.i.-t, bemu mnei,
(IB) m-res At lha West side ot'.ii. 1 1 ... t i
cilttinit "If ' tlieaiore.riid tr.c, lenvnp- r,
add Irscl twenty. Hveiin tthre,..'oui i," i
su;ps. here laini in I tlrsl im.-i,
snd slxt. tour h-indri'dlhs . i, .r,..
said hin Is 1-einn nn I Iviuv in Vin'oo
jy, ihio. The entire iVmci ronl:,,,,,, ,.,
innnred and lour aud th.rly nmu hund o .
('I :r.i aere..
Aoiirsised nl one thonsnnd sir li,,,i i
ninety emht ilolisrsj (fi, tuu.no) suli,...i i
wi K-t He ol Jane ii,ve.. wnj.v ,.;
eph ilrn.ei an I to he sold on order in i
on on Inniiiiidii'iiili n or .. um, .....
ers mcdii-l .l.iseph(Jrnveniiit.,liei ., .
tnirio a writ ol n.irtition iasued iv.iui i
uuit of Loinmon I'less or Vinton i n,,
Ohio, in anuhi.as.anil muataell lonwo-C,
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third cash tn linnd; oncllindn
yenr. one. thud in two year, neierred
ineiits to be seiured by iiinrtitSun i r
prminwo,ond to draw six per cent n,'
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tr . 8heriH of Vinto . l.'iiiintv.
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rebruxrv 6, W.
J. S. McCOMMON,
Oppoaito the Eramitt lljuse,
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(ioods made to ordernnd rcpiainnit'rtona W
careful workmen. No eatra cnsrj.'p. l -r
gravug goods bought at Una eaUU1ii.iii: ,
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