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THE VINTON RECORD.
THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1873.
After this week those persons who
hate requested a change of address
from tho MoArthar post office to this
office, together with those who make a
similar request this week, will find
their papers at the Record office. Three
who continue to get their papers at the
post office, with all our county sub
scribers, will have to pay five cents
per quarter, the same as though the
papers were delivered thousands of
miles away. The law is so manifestly
unjust and unfair that there can be
little doubt of its repeal or amend
ment at the nozt sessioa of Congress,
and we advise them not to pay more
t ban a quarters postage, at the time un
til they see what actios m taken.
Mr. Mackley has gone to
giving his estimates oi the cash
value of tie editorial influence
of his cotemporaries. He esti
mates the Record at less than
twelve and a halt cents
Whether its value be much or
little is a question we have
not argued to our readers,
boasting weekly of our inde
pendenoe, and parading our
virtues and heroic personal ad
vancement from a despised,
ignorant wood-chopper to the
boastful sliuger -oi ink and
filth, as does the hero ot the
charge of the five hundred
Mr. Mackley forgets 'bis posi
tion when he attempts to be
little his cotemporaries. He
thinks be " is "Still' cavorting
around from a log heap to a
country school bouse in that
high old canting, moral way of
his, and does uot realize the
fact that Capt Wilson has
stripped him to -the boS, and
he mustjwreafter travel in his
-ruecharacter .of a grasping,
tacitly ackno wledged black
mailer. A man of less brass
than Mackley would slink
away like a chicken thief un
der the exposure Capt. Wilson
hag made, but he falls to abus
ing everybody who will not
take his abuse and special
pleas on minor matters as an
answer to Capt. Wilson's
charges of blackmailing. When
he can fret up boldly betore
Cape. Wilson, refute bis charge
and challenge him to the proof
it will be time enough for him
to look after the shrotcomingi
of his neighbors. In the mean
time the public will not be
likely to forget the main circus
where the clownis, by reason
of the groat din J tie Standard
is endeavoring to make by
blowing its bazzoo and Seat
ing its bass drum around the
little Bide shows.
Everybody except Bowen is
going to celebrate the Fourth.
He has his regular periodical
attaok of political dyspepsia,
and gave vent to his feelings
in last week's Enquirer, in a
tirade against our natal day,
declaring it a played out in
stitution. A little closer di
agnosis of the case would have
convinced our neighbor that
the trouble w as not with the
Fourth, or the people, but only
his own sour stomach.
The Democratic party in
Alln county has taken a new
departure. They have resolved
ia theit regular county con
vention assembled, to deeert
sthe Democracy, and called a
Qtate convention without re
gard to party. Perhaps this
was haunting our neighbor
when he spokd tb'.i week of a
Arcs Miro and Chas. Oil
more had a little set to in tie
Court House, at Chillicothe,
last week, about the trial of a
ease. Gilmore threw a law
book at Mayo's head, and Mayo
blacked Gilmore's eye, when
the Judge came in as referree
sent them both to jail and fined
them $10 each for not observ
ing the rales of the ring.
Tbb Apollo Hall Democracy
of JNew York city are about to
form a Union with the Tarn
many thieves, as of yore, fur
the renewal of the old time
raids on the treasury of that
city. Every dog has his day,
A New Railroad Project.
We publish an article from
the Newark American on our
tourtu page in regard to a new
railroad from Shawnee to Nel
sonville, and thence to Miner
al City on the M. & C. R. R.
As the road is exclusively a
mineral road, and intended to
reach and develop mineral
lands, it would be to the ad
vantage of the company to
make Mc Arthur Station a point
instead of Mineral City. It could
be reached on easy grades by
a road running from Nel
sonville to the head of Meek
er's Run, thence over to the
head of Two Mile, down Two
Mile striking Raccoon opposite
Thos. McUee's, down the Vol
ley to lion. John Fee's, thence
there i) an easy grade to Mc
Arthur Station. The road
would be longer than the route
first proposed, but would have
the advantage, of penetrating
a mineral region all the way,
just east of the coal and west
cf the iron, with free and easy
acoess to both. We under
etand an effort will be made
by persons interested along
the route to secure the build
ing of the road in the direction
indicated, and we believe there
is enough merit in the route
compared with that to Mineral
City to secure its diversion in
They have a colored fire com
pany over at Chillicothe. On
the occasion of the funeral of
their Mayor recently the white
companies, except one, refused
to participate because the col
ored company attended. And
now they, or h part of them,
have refused to turn out on
the Fourth because the com
mittee in inviting the depart
ment, did not except the col
ored company. Our acquaint
ance with the firemen of Chil
licothe enables us to determiue
the ringleader in this little, in
significant movement, although
he has not been named by the
press of that city, and if he
has much advantage of his
colored brother firemen in col
or, manhood, name or good
sense, we never heard it gen
erally expressed by the public.
The citizens living on Main,
Hickory and Second streets, in
the vicinity of the new school
building, are somewhat agita
ted over what tbey deem the
prospect of the establishment
of a beer-garden or house of
ill-fame, or both combined, in
that neighborhood. CAilli-
Tho institution formerly held
iorth in VlDton connty, first at
Dundas, the n at McArthur, un
der the name of the Henry
House. Business, or lack ot
business rather, we are glad to
say, prompted them to pull up
S. B. Drouillard, for many
years Clerk of the Court in
Scioto county, was killed by
the accidental discharge of
his gun while hunting last
Thursday. He supposed he
had fired both barrels at
a flock of birds, put his foot
on the hammer, while he
blew oat the gun. Only
one barrel had been discharged,
and his foot slipping the re
maining barrel was discharged,
killing him instantly.
Francis Campbell, an old
citizen of Chillicothe, and the
largest tax payer in the coun
ty, died in that city on the 12th.
He was 83 years old, and leaves
property which will probably
foot up half a million dollars,
the balk of which goes to bis
brother, Samuel D.Campbell.
J)r. Williams, the newly
elected Myor of the city, died
on the saoie day from abscesses
found on b.'s longs.
Don. M. Li. Clark has been
highly complimented by the
press of the btate o.i a speech
delivered in the Constitutional
Convention last week,N princi
pally in opposition to engraft
ing too much legislation in
Sufridas says the Rio
Grande is so crooked 'a river
Little Johnny Raper, of the
Vinton Record, when he found
we bad the proof on him, hacks
out from his virtuous denials,
and admits like a little in an,
that he did get money 'from,
John T. Wilson. Jackson
Mr. Mackley craftily insinu
ates two lies in the rbove, nei
ther of which he has the man
hood to charge directly. First,
that we had denied the pas
sage pf any money between
ourselves and Capt. Wilson.
Second, that we had made
statements which we were com
pelled to acknowledge un
truthful. What we said first
we repeated last weok, and the
publication of th& articles re
ferred to is sufficient to prove
the cunning falsehood of the
above extract from the Stand
ard. Mr. Mackley expects to
divert public attention from
himself by piling falsehood up
on top of falsehood about all
of his cotemporaries. He has
not yet been man enough' to
withdraw his boast that he was
going to unfold a wonderful
tale of corruption on the part
ot all the papers of the district
except the Standard, or come
forward with the proof. We
believe that was a little game
of bluff. He thought all the
other papers in the district
were as deep in the miro as the
Standard, and he would scare
'.hem into silence. Comedown
with your wonderful revela
tions, Mr. Standard. We call
for a commencement of the ex
hibition or a withdrawal of the
Coal and Iron.
The English Coal and Iron
Trades Report of May 30th, at
Wolverhampton, states that
the iron-workers have been
able to introduce American
sheets and bars at lower prices
than native makes. It also
says "the export demand for
nail sheets and rods has seri
ously been affected by high
prices, and the Canadian and
United States markets..-cpn
tinue virtually closed against
Staffordshire iron. An emi
nent Canadian firm, Irom which
large orders have been usually
received about this time,
writes to their correspondents
here to day that it is impossi
ble to do anything with Siaf
fordshire iron at present prices,
as they are obtaining all the
American iron they require
from Buffalo, of excellent
quality, delivered on the basis
of 12 for bars, ns contrasted
with 16ior Staffordshire iron
at English outports. Similar'
testimony is coming in from
other quarters, but perhaps the
most significant evidence of
the success ot United States
competition is the fact that
Staffordshire makers of com
moo strip for gas tubing, who
have been working for some
time past at most, remunera
tive rates, have now the morti
fication of seeing American
made strip delivered in the
Black country (round Birm
ingham) at prices they cannot
The Times special from Potts
ville, Pennsylvania, says a dis
astrous fire is raging at Gilber
ton, having originated in the
forest along the line of the
Philadelphia and Reading R.
R. The fire has been in prog
ress some days, distroying a
vast amount of timber on the
south side ot Bear Ridge, but
to-day it struck with a terriffic
6hoot over Mahanoy mountain,
and fell on Uilberton, destroy
ing twenty-five houses belong
ing to the Hickory coal com
pany, and turning over thirty
families out of shelter, the
fire spread with such rapidity
that occupants could not save
their furniture. Travel is stop
ped on the township roads.
Men, women and children are
doing all in their power to stay
the flames, but as yet without
Among the stock disposed of
at the close of the lale Fair
were two imported Berkshire
lings sold by Mr. William Stan
ley. ot Cliiliicoilip, to Mr Jo
peph Jligsinsof Alliens town-
i'i. of- (i!.-
The Hocking Sentinal says:
"It is announced that on the 2d
of July the Rev. Father Tbein
pont, of this place, who will
then have attained to the 40th
year of his file as a Catholic
priest, will hold an anniversary
celebration at the Catholic
church. The Catholio clergy
ot the neighboring congrega
tions have been invited, and
are expected to be present
A solemn high mass will be
celebrated in the church, Bish
op Rosecxans officiating. The
occasion .will be a novel one
to our citizen?, and especially
interesting to the Catholic
portion of the community."
If you w ant anything, ad
vertise tor' it. It you have any
thing to TelV-advertise it. If
you do not have anything fit
to tell, and do not want any
thing," (ionl "advertise and you
will not be' Troubled by either
buyers or sellers.
A gold badge of the Phi
Delta Theta Society, with my
name engraved on the back.
A suitable reward will be paid
the finder on returning it to
H. W. COULTRAP.
Tub meeting of the subscri
bers to the stock of the G.
McA & C. R. R did not take
place at the Court House, last
Saturday, as per announcement.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
State of Ohio, finton County
John P. Coe, Plaintiff,
William and Rachel Lee, Defendants.
In Vinton County Court pf Common
Pleat. r,Jn Order of Sale.
PURSUANT fo the eommand of an Order of
Hale issued from Hie Court of Common
Ciena of Vinton County, and 10 me shrected
aa Bhonfl of aaid county. I will offer for ssle at
the door ol the Court Home, in the town 61
McArthur, Vmton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 10th Say of July, A. D.
UobwVI clmi, rVSf. eMu4laj.th,
following neseynea tanas ana le'ismem, en.
uate In Vinton county, Oi.io, and bounded
and described aafollowa, to aril: The eolith
went quarter of rhe southeeaat quarter of aec
tion 18, township 10, of range 19, containing
forty and forty aeren one hunriretha '40 47-lmi)
acres. Alao the soul h-wee t quarter of the
norlheasl quarter end tho north-weat quar
ter of the Boiith ea.t quarter ol seetion 18,
townhin 10, rsnga 18, containing eignty-one
and lif eeo huhrtrelhs (PI 16-lofi) ai-rei. Alao
the eaat half of the south-weel quarter ol sec
tion 18, town. hip 111, of range 18, containing
eighty I8u acres more orlee,all of aaid lands
ba.ng in Hie Hi trict of land subject to aale at
Appraised at eighteen hundred (1800 dol
lars and must bring two-thirds of that auin
To he eold es'lhe property of William and
Rachel Lee, to aatiaiy an order of salt, issued
from the Court ot. Common Plena in favor ol
John P. Coe, and alao to atiafy a judgment id
favor of H. C, Jones lor I2t7, and also a tudg
ment in favor ot Wm Mark for f 2U6 which are
declared to be Lena.
TEKM8 OF&ALK: Cash in hand on the day
of sale. UKORGE KALEB,
Bnentt Viotou County.
Ciai. H. Gsosvisos, Attorney fprP1'-' .
' June 19, A. t. 1873. - '
S, F, CRAMER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Whips, Spurs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the public, generally are invit
ed to rail and examine my etocfc and pit
cea. 1 make good honeet work, usa the
best stock, and (ell at the very loweat price.
a nd manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warranted as Represented.
C. J. BULINGHUEST,
and dealer In all kinds ot
carefully done, and the amalleat pio tare
enlarged to any site, and
Finished i n Oil,
. - or
or any other style that may be desired, at the
Lanre ameV inely falahed Phetaarntpha
eaa be aaaae Irani aid aad faded, or
Pictures of all kinds framed to
' " - - Order,
and aM work jrarrauted to give sallalkcUon.
5f02ry"r rents wante.,! All
Hivr.vi A:ifl,e. rf Hr.rkinK .(-i..e, r.f
r:ihi 0 x, v.iuiro:ii. rr.nke rpoie ninnev
Jilrk frr nj01'I're momenta, or all
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite tbe Emmitt House,
Shreckengaast's Old Stand,
MANOriCTUBBK AND DBALBB IK
Fine Gold JewolrTa
American and Foreign Watches,
Walt ham H
Bain 1 bomaa Cluck ,
Of Id fctte
Pin, and Stucle
Mil & TODD'S G LI TEE
k FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PEESEHTS
(nods made to orderand repairing done by
careful workmen. No eatra oharne for en
a? ravine ennda bought at this tstabliahment.
1 Jan 1B73 ly
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
HAVING lilted up our machinery in first
claea style, we are prepared to do
OAEDINQ, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the moat workman
like manner. We have on hand and for sale
at our factory, a good supply of
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which we wiil aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Puid for Wool.
HOUSTON, DILLON 0,
Allensville, Vintou 0 , 0.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
IN punnance of an order of the Trohale
Court of -Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otter
for aale at public auction, on the
5th DAY OF JULY. 1873,
at J o'clock, P. H.i at the. Court Home at
tbe folloariiur. deneribftd rl ealate situa'e la
wiil oounti, vis.:
One piei'H or paire) of Inn. I, being part mid
dle north-eoat quarter of nt-ennn liiirtv-tluee
(31) tuwnrhip eleven, (II) range seventeen.
(17) pontainiuii evenly-eix ncrea more or leaa
and appraiet at SJ.&Su.
And one other pi eve or parcel ot land, being
the north etqimrtei ol the norlh-eat quar
ter ol oeclion number thirty-four, (31) town
amp eleven, (U) lang aeven teen, (17) except
ion two and a half acrea in the ouih.raxt
corner; containing thirty-nine acrea more or
lees, and appraised al 7U0.
TERMS OF SALE :
One-third in hand, one'thirJ Id one year,
and onf. third in two yeara from the day oi
aale, with intereei. The payments to be se
cured by mortgage on the remiea sold.
Administrator, with the will annexed, of
John Wyman, deceased,
June 6, 1873.
sl ill and way, N. Y will diepoae ol luo
Pianos ana oraos of first cltis mskers, in
cutting WaterV-, at extremely low prices for
caah, or part eaah, and balance In small
monthly pa; menta, New T-ectave Drat claea
Pianos, all modern improvements, tor 1276
cah. Organs 106, 174, f 110; l-atop. f 12A,aod
WATERS' COUCERTO PABLOR
are the mol bieutiful in style and perfect In
tone ever made. The Concerto Slop is the
best ever placed in any organ It ia produced
by a third t of reeda p-culirly voiced, the
etlect of which ia tnont charming and eon -etirnng,
while itx imitation of the human
voii-e ia superb. Terms liberal, liluetiated
catalogue mailed for one e tamp. A liberal
discount to tninietera. churches, fennriay
schools, lodges, eto. AtiCNTd WANTED.
Wholesale Agents foi Ohio and Indiana.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGANS.
DEALERS SUPPLIED AT MANUFAC
TURERS' PRICES. Catalogues aent free. ,
J. F. HARtlS a CG-.,Colunil.ue,Onio.
leneral and local agents,
or the bartrsm bewibg
Machine made at Dan
la-teat and eaeieat lock,
etitcn, straight needle
machine in the market.
We jive bet.er terms than
any other company Ad-
drea JOHN A.DODGE,
Oea'l Ait, Daafcaryt t'aaa.
WALLACE & CO h TANK'S
No boiling necessary. A enp oi delictons
chocolate made with It in two minntea. No
waste. Packed in pound ara. Vanilla or
plain. One dol. in box. Dnequa'ed aa a con
fection foi lunch, spread on crackers, with a
glasa of milk at hand to drink For making
scrfia water ayrup or flavoring ice eream it is
superior to any chocolate maoe; and for
choro'ate cake, nothing else will be nsed
where this has been tried. For sale by J. T.
WARKEN A CO., Cincinnati. O.
Pleam Refined lubricating and machine oils:
Carbon and hig.i teat burning oila. Shipped
toanypart ol the I4iit ec f tales in hail or
barrel packages: Quail tv of oils superior to
any heretofore plat ed on the mat ket. Bend
rour ordera, or eend for circular and price
list.' Local agenta wan'ed in every eonnly,
good pay guaranteed. Artdreaa fcXCEIJjIOR
LUBRICATING OIL WORKS, Freedom, Bea
ver Co., Peon.
Write lor a price liat to jr. H. JODNMOIT,
GREAT. WESTERN GUN
17 "mtthfleM t , Piltehurgh. Pa.
Rreech loaHina -hot vnna. tin in t:K Don.
bleguna S In flMi Hinu't anna, f 3 to f2U.
Nines. fS to 179. Revolvers. (5 in (26. P s
t l,ll In 18. r.un material, Ashing tackle,
AO Lmt rfiaea to Inn or cfnee. Am.v
anna, revolvers, elr . hoiiibt ir Inile,! for
(norte eeiit by express C. O. D. to be exam-
laeo. oetore pain lor.
Vj A IN Kj fci IX O .
fer-naetnil eit'xl l.v a Wre-einic lr W 0
H.i I .! N . No 47 W. J-rW-'m -t . Iui.ville.
Ky. dpi. s of his .fournal Van heobt.in.-l i
a -m.T -er-i --v -si
Dr. 0, I. 10ESLENE,
All call, promptly attended to by day or
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
NOTICE is hereby given lhal staled propo
sals -wall be received at the
Vinton County, Ohio,
a O'CLOCK P. t.,
Mondaj, the 23d Day of Jane. 1873.
for the building of
Two Open Bos Bridges
with stone abutments, at the following places,
One Across Casslll Una,
in Knoi township, near the residence ot Wil
liam Stanley, and
One Across Flat Unn,
near the residence ol Levi Roblnett. Con
tractora to furoiah all the materials.
Plans and 8pcclllcatlas
are on file for inspection at Ire Auditor's Of
tee. All bid-lera lor contract or contracts sre
required to file with his bid or bids, s bond in
double the amour t of such bid or bids, wi'h
good snd responsible surely or sureties, to
the acceptance of the Commissioners for the
fsithliil completion of such woik.
The Commissioners, however, reserve the
right lo reject sny or all bida.
by order of the Commissioners.
W. W. BELKORD,
Auditor of Vioton County.
May , 1873. fir
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
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PA It IS I10RTOIV,
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
MCARTHUR, O. '
The Favorite Fine-Cut
111 B ''Chewere' Choice, is now taking Ihe
. lead ol all other Brands. Bright in color,
pleasant In laste, tough and laalinr in chew,
this tobacco possesses every quality lo suit
cnewers, and sells by the 10-pound bucket
fully Ilk) cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the same grade and 'perhaps less
quality. 100 buckets of this celebrated brand
have been sold In Chillicothe alone within
the last two months, and trada slill increaa.
lug. Trylt" oCHiEKrER KRAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agents ami eellatlowtat Factory Prices,
8. T. BOCCESS
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can al all times be found at his office.
TF.KTH FX 'I II At JT ED
Absolutely without pain, and with perfect
saletr, by the nsa of
To aell our.new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
A true picture of arenas In the late civil war.
Bend stamp for circular.
W. J. a10M.A!fD eV CO.,
Springfield, Mass., or Chicago, 111.
Dissolution of Copart
nership. NOTICE ia hereby given that the copart
nership heretofore existing between N.
Richmond snd 1. 8. Huhn, under the firm
nsme of Richmond A Huhn waa dissolved on
the Ath day of May, 1873, by mutual roueent.
All buaineaa pertain! gto lha lata Arm will
tie set! led by J. o. Huhn. who remains at tha
old stand, 'All persons knowing themselves
indebted to said firm are hereby noli Med to
call upon him and settle their sccounts. All
accounts not settled on or before the 1st dav
dly, 1873 will be prompily put in the way of
i. 8. HUHN.
The nndereigaed would ask a continuation
ofthat liberal patronage her. lofore given. I
Will aell low InreuA. hut I will keea no hooka.
Ho do not ask Ibrcaio T.
J B. HUHI.
May It, 1873.
FA KITI FOR SALE,
HE JtnnfDK- Farm,
on mi t nnrih .Maal
T HnmHea, ft'lioininj
fa sw nr Uab. T Ii U
rontHinins ISO ncrts, 130 nerr in ffnuiiud
nalnrKsA in Litn Vlav a a
, V rrw iwii-piiii liaillO
nuu-t. rwrn. Mimic hmiMnntl other n
it ii-niHifT pre ftmnnff iiia tmi)rnrmAfif
1 hi mrm wIL m .H i.faw4 roniRM
, . .. - .u- r..' ,r
(everything connected with it in go.nl re- ,
MAY 8th, 1873. '
Paint and Second Street,
8 now reel nnt tha largest end snost attract
ive aloes he baa ever opened.
Invited to oil Superior Aiortmtnl
New Fabrlce and Beautiful Stylei.
In His Department
18 OFFER Kl)
A large stock or Hosiery ft Glorei.
LACE 8AQTJES and LACE FOISTS.
LADIES' and GEMS' HD GLC7E3
PAEASOLS and COESETS
LaceQoods and Embroideriei
, In new Patterns
AT CINCINNATI PPICES.
U. R. BMAUT.
THE PABLOB CUIHPANION.-Ev
eiv larty wan.s cue I Every man wants one I
rem on rea-eini ot ten cents. Address L. F,
HYDE A CO.ltU Revenlh Avenue, New York.
THE NEW ELANTK! THIIHU. Am
important intention. It retains the rupture al
alllimea.and under the hardest exercisa or
.ev.re.l atrntn. It la worn with .niniAit ..J
if kept on night and day, fleet, a permanent
rure in . lew wee... coia cneap, ana aent by
mail when rrnieated. circulara l,ee, when or.
lered hv letter sent lo The Klastin Trusa Co.,
no. UK! Bro.dwry. n. y. Cily. Nobody uaes
metal siirinir truasaa: Ion Minfol: ih..v .im
oft loo frequently. Imyam
FOR khl. WHO ARE W 1 1. LINO TO WORK
Any peraon, old or young, of ellhi sei,
can tnnka from II" to IM per week, at home
or in connection with other business. Want-:
ed by al . CutaMe tu either city oreountiy,
and any aeason of the war. '1 his is a rare
opportunity fcr thone who are out ol work,
and out of money, to make ah independent
living. No capital being require,. Our
pamphlet, "How to slake a Living," giving
fill instruction, aebton receipt of lucenia.
Address, A BURTON A CO..Morria:ana.U est.
onesiervo., n. n. imyam
JOHN 1M GCEHNEB.
Italian and Vermont Marble
ALL KINDS OK
Neatly and prompllr executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Becond &Vatet
1 anperinfend all my own work in person,
I execute all the finer ilesignx, use the beet
niiilerinl, and can int he tindeisolil. Pi reone
wishing any work in my line are invited to
examine work, slock and prices, belore mak .
Iperaonally eupeilnlcnH the enrefut setting
up of sion s and monuments bought at ni)
Hv buying at this shop you will save from 15
to 2i per cent, psid to ag. nts. ztapi73
W. A. TOLLBI,
8 MAIDEN .Y.
. AND DEALER IN '
Foreign and American
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