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SPECIAL NOTICES.
S. C. SWIFT,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BLANK BOOKSjSTATIONERY
AMD
WALL PAPER ,
DECORATIONS,
For Churches and Halls
MOTIONS. 24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
FRUIT JRS
AND
JELLY CLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 l'MST ST11ET.
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO,
I"jV1TB lh attention of merehanta and fltr
iimsetnen to the lare alork of the above ar
trie just received. W will aell Hi t ih very
lou t at figures to the trade. Urdera si.lieileil
nd promptly attended ;o. 2Ul
njT6wers,
RESIDENT DE1YI1ST,
ITlcArtliiir, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
of the natural teelli.
J. F.TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers totlio Merchants and Furnace
tueu of Vinton county, a superior stuck
of Dry Goods and Notions, oa terms
the most favorable. 1'Jeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
TI'E fiOAHD of School Kxaininers
for Vinton County wilt meet at the
Union School House, in Me Arthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, Uctolcr and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cueea. A fee of 50 cents is required
liy law from each applicant.
M. It. IS.VU.NE3 t'h'n Hoard of
J.S 1IUUN', .School Ex-
L. 0. FKKL'UE, CTk, J amincrs.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Unfortunate
on Principles of Christian.
Philanthropy.
Kawiya on the Errors of Youth. and the fol
lies of An. I" relation lo Marriage nnd Ho. il
Evil., with aaaiiaty aid for the a ill ic led
lent free, la aealel eovelopoa. Addreas,
HOWARD A-JHuCUTION, Box P, l'l.:'mdl
I'liia. I'u.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1, 0. 0, F.
.. Uf, T E(il!L AR Meelin of tliitt En
.SytftS?'. lV-anipinent will hereafter I
SJ:hHld iu the HiT.iml mid hint
Wcilncailuy t'veuiiiHN !' ravh
mouth. Hulniiit-lin i 9ther rmaini'iuniia
wnu nmy be viaitmg om own are invited to
attend. A A HON WILL, 0.1'.
Jhhx T. Rrrn, 8.
MuArlhur, Ket.'y 17, 1870.
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WOOLEN MJLL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & 00.
PROPRIETORS.
HAVING fitted up our mar-hinery m first-cliu-a
style, we are prepared tu do
CAEDING, SPIHHIIfQ &EAVIBa
on short notice and in the most worKmsn
like manner. Vie have on hand and lor sale
at our factory, a xod supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Buchaa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will ell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid lor UooL
1.1 l fit J U l t o,
&IUU AIIuh IU', V u C',0.
$72.00 EACU WEEK.
gcnU wauled ffrthcre Bunnesa atriot
? Uyiliuialo, I'm in iilura (iv. Ad'HeaJ.
VOhiii.ewUuia, Wo. SjUly
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Railroad—Work to Commence
Immediately in this County.
By letter Irora Tres't Langley
we learn that Mr. iloward, tbe
Engineer of the Uallipolis, Mc
Arthur & Columbus 11. R. was
to start Irora Uallipolia yesler
day ior the purpose or locating
the roid north of the M. & C.
K. II., and that tools, etc., Lavo
been ordered here, and work
will commence as soon aa Mr.
11 . completes the final location
of the road, which will be on
or about the first of September.
Speed the day.
Subscribers to the stock who
prefer lo work out the amount
of their subscriptions will be
afforded an opportunity to do
to, and should make prepara
tions accordingly.
The communication of "11"
arrived too late ior this week's
paper. It will appear next
week.
J. S. lluLit'K, agent for the
Estey organ, has a second hand
melodeon, which he will sell or
rent on favorable terms.
T u ere was a lurge and pleas
ant picnic, last Saturday, near
Llarkless' mill. The picnic at
Ash U;tv o on the same day was
a failure.
A new Grange of the Tat
rons of Husbandry is to be in
stituted in Swan township, in
the Albans neighborhood, next
Friday.
Wm. IJays passed through
here on Monday with a load ol
ore from his farm in Jackson
township, lie was taking i
to Vinton Furnace to have it
teUd.
Tiie McAnhur Brass Bind
will go to Athens Willi tho del
egation from this place, On the
23J. The Zaleski and Mt.
L'leasant Bands are expected lo
go also.
Eveky id u ii, woman tind child
that comes to the show next
Monday should be sure to call
at Felton's, see It is new stock
of goods, buy, and be made
happy.
Ed. Mayo was here lust week
in the interests of the popular
establishment ol Smart & Kil
vert, Chillicnthe, with whom
he is now engaged as traveling
salesman.
Andrew and Charles Lorr?,
alter an absence of thirteen
years in Iowa, are here on a
visit, having in (ho meantime
married and accumulated a
handsome property, and nu
merous little responsibilities.
George YVaxlku has shipped
several car loads of stone from
his quarry near Vinton Station,
to Missouri for furnace hearths,
a purpose for which it is well
adapted. S one for that pur
pose is very scarce and valua
ble. Bart. Dougherty was arrest
ed lor "going through" a saloon
at Viuton Station, smashing up
things generally. Lie was ar
raigned before 'Squire Payne,
waived an examination, and
gave bail for bis appearance at
the next term of Court.
We have on our table a fine
specimen of fire clay taken
from a vein twelve feet thick,
exposed by a cut now being
made on the line of the G., Mc
A. & C U. R.near the county
line of Vinton and Gallia. We
have a very fine specimen of
mica also, from the same vicin
ity. The Trustees of Pine town
ship, Perry county, have sued
tbe Trustees of Brown town
ship, Ibis county, for $1,153
damages, for the support of a
man named Sweeney, who was
hurt by the premature dis
charge of a blast, while work
i -tr in a tunnel near New Lex.
ington. Depositions were be
ing taken at the Court Uouse
this weelt, D. W D Marsh, of
New Lexington, appearing for
the pldintilf, and 11. C Jones
t for dfcltudftOls.
Transfers of Real Estate.
C. G. Bartholomew et. al. to
Abijah Johnson, 8 acres, Madi
township, $1,500.
Abijah Johnson to John N.
Greene, 8 acres, Madisou tp.,
$1,300.
Geo. W. Scott to Timothy
Shay, Jr., 2 acres, Brown tp.,
$280.
Clarissa V. Fletcher to John
Dillon, iu-lots 31 aud 47,
Wilkesville, $700.
Jacob Cledimons to Robert
Aiken, iu-lots 145 and 146, Mc-
Arthur, $550.
Owen Dowd to Sanford B
Dowd, 20 acres, Elk tp., $5.
Sheriff of Vinton County to
II. O. Jones, 80 acres, (40 acres
in flocking Co., aud 40 acres in
Ehgle tp., Vinton Co.,) $76 67.
II. O. Jones to J hn D. Wolf,
SO acres, same as above, $100.
David Springer to John
Mates, quit claim, 40 acre?,
llarrison tp, $40.
ti r
A little company of our
popular amateurs will give a
concert eome time this month,
at McArthur, tor the benefit ol
one of the churches of that
place. Mrs. W. V. Liwrence,
Misses Li n a and Ida Row, Mary
and Dr. Dunlap and Mr. Hol
land will participate. The Mc
Arthur people can anticipate
a rare musical treat. Chilli
cothe A dvcrlt8er.
'the coucert is set for Thurs
day evening of ntxt week, 21st
inst. Do not fail to attend".
Free Show.
J. A. Fellon has just return
ed from the city where he has
benn purchasing a new stock
of goods suitable lor the sea
son. They are now arriving
and the storo will present the
finest show to bo 6een in Mc
Arthur next Monday. Bo sure
to seo it whether you see Vun
Auiburgh or not. Admission,
iree; i.o trouble to show goods,
and ex ru iuduceineuls offered
to purchasers.
The popular topic iu Athens
aud the region round about
just now, is the speeches of
Senator Mor on and Governor
Noyes on Ilia occasion of the
Republican Mass Meeting lo
be held here on Saturday, Ihe
23d of August. The probubil
ity that this will present the
only opportunity for citizet.s
of this and adjoining counties
to hear Senator Morion will,
we anticipate, draw together
the largest crowd ever assem
bled in this part of the State.
Athens Messenger.
The force at work on the
railroad the past week has
been . largely increased. There
are now in the neighborhood
of 175 men and from 75 to 80
teams, scrapers, plows, tic, at
Gallipolis Lelger.
We are informed that John
D. Brown has given up his sit
uation in the Jackson schools
in order to accept a situation
Jackson
Herald.
The State Board of Equaliza
tion of Ohio recently complet
ed the valuation of railroad
property in the state. The to
tal valuation is $78,213,550,
against $68,312046 last year,
an increase of $9,901,504.
Tue banking-house of Wil
son, Andrews & Co., Catletts
burg, Ky., closed their doors,
last Tuesday, rather deeply in
volved. The claims of the suf
I'erera will' amount to $50,000.
This is the kind of blanking
that the Democracy are hank
ering alter in the place of our
present reliable national sys
Ironton Register.
The Cleveland Plaindealer
(Dem.) says the platlorm of
the Ohio Democracy shows
they are not Free Traders. On
the other hand, the New York
World, equally authentic, says
"the nomination of Mr. Allen
is an unequivocal declaration
in favor ot the Democratic
doctritif of Free Trade." Thio
is another proof that Demo
cratio principles are suited to
all times, circumstances and
Ohio State Journal
Advertisements Inserted at fair prices.
Van Amberg's Golden Menagerie.
Next Monday tbe people cf
this section are promised (he
great auimal exhibition of Van
Amburgh. Wherever, this men
agerie his exhibited the papers
have spoken in unmeasured
praise, and warmly recom
mended it to other parts. Van
Amburgh claims to have a
vastly superior 6how, and an
nounces that ho has no. circus
whatever connected with his
wonderful exhibition. There
are performances on the tra
peze, tight rope, acrobatic and
other perlonuance8, but the
stale and everywhere the same
tricks and nuisances of a circus
are said to be entirely discoun
tenanced by "Van Amburgh's
Show.': It claims to be one of
i lie largest, finest and rarest ex
hibitions of animals which has
ever passed through McArthur
Bloody Assault.
Mr. Henry llollliines, who
lives at the coraer of Main
and Hickory streets, was as
saulted and almost killed last
Tuesday evening. A party ol
railroaders composed of Ed
ward Barrett, Joseph Hall and
Cbas. U. Manning were com
ing up street, and seeing the
door of Mr. UofThine' house
opened, walked in and com
menced to raisd a disturbance.
Mr. Iloflhines remonstrated
with the m, and alter an hour
or so, they started lo leave.
Mr. llnflli'nes accompanied
iliem to the door, and as he
turned back to go into a room,
some one of the men hurled a
brick with great force after
him. The brick struck him
near the crown of the head on
the occipital bone, chipping
out a piece one-half inch in
length. The blow knocked
hitn forward on his face, which
wis ery much bruised by the
fall. Dr. B. F. Miesse was call
ed in to dress the wounJs. He
removed a piece of Ihe skull,
and although tne wounds are
vary senou, yet it is,probable
that Mr. Uoflhiues will recover.
Mr. Hall was arrested and lodg
ed in jail, nnd warrants are oui
fur the arrest ol the others.
lioss County Register.
The bump of veneration is
notvtry largely developed in
the cranium of the editor ol the
Cincinnati Volksblatt, judging
from the lollowing :
"A dispatch from Chillicolhe
gives l tie assurance iuat Air.
Win. Allen 6tauds ready to ac
cept tbe Democratic gubrna
torial nomination. Mr. Allen
is 70 years old, and uncle ol
Senator Thurman. Allen lor
Governor, Thurman for Senator
Noah's Ark lor iho platform
and Methuselah for Lieutenant
Governor then will bo the tat
est programme ot the Bour
bons.'
Dh. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
lhur.0
1 am much pleased with the
Estey Cottage Organ which
purchased; it combines sweet
ness and power in an unusual
degree, and is a favorite in our
family circle. Bishop Simpson
For the parlor its sweetness
is remarkable; for the church
it has a power more organ-like
than anything we have seen.
Methodist.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John Walker aud Nancy McYVll-
lliHIIS.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per suck $100
Corn
Outs
Wheat 1.30a 1.40
Boans 2.5U3.U0
I'otatoej 1.00
Dried Apples 75
Dried Fetiches .. 3.'t0
llav ton 15 no
Hums, country i
sujritr cured
Smoked ides
Shoulders 78
Pickled 1'ork 7
Kgrizs
Butter
Lard
Chickens, live 15.1.25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.50
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish....; 9.00
Kio Coffee 2530
Coffee Surar
Deiuurara " 12.15
Cuba 12JS
New Orleans Molasses 80al
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup 75ti.l.0O
Star ( antllos, pur lb
Tallow - 15a20
i Soup, country per lb
!Li.et "
' Coal. jHr bus. 78
'Wool fib
18
10
8
10
15
38
15
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25
20
.40
II FRUIT CMS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT J All S.
Large Stock at Low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
BRASS KETTLES
POR CELA1N KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning' and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
Q&ouseFuiveiisliii!gClood
at the lowest figures at IIUIIX'S, 2 doors cast of Post
Olliee. 3ljul
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THE WEST!
X). ZEE. BA-LIDWIILSr 5c CO.,
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ft QrinH Estey Ops !
Their awcetnetsa, power and rarioty hove ma.lo them the pcpultr oritii Iho worM over.
THE SIX OCTAVE ORGANS!
With beautiful oh.ir.iea, prrat Tflritty. extra rinii rf key honnl, allon-inu tho iliylnir of
l'iiino Jlut-ic, mukea tlit m tfptdul furoritea turparlur uu.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN FORM. IXUOMPAUIBLE IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAVORITE VALLEY GEM!
The Demand for these excellent medium priced Pianos is such that
nearly eveiy Piano is sold before arrival from the Factory.
LOW l'KICKS l'OK CASH.
Instruments Rented no the Rent 11111 Pay for Them.
ssTEASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS?
Our tjent, Mr. T R. HITMOK, will tnke pleaatire in railing upon all pnitiea Intemlina to
plli'-liHn. They will It nil Willi him lirllnr mild -emeuU than eli-elieie. Wu reuiiuienil him
to IIih iMinhilence ol the people ot Vi:it"n Count v. Ii'jiil
PIANOS
1 11 :n agent for the a.ile of
Smilli' Ainericaii,
Gco H'ouil & Co.'s,
Spank's, and
O GrJ 1ST .
am also agent for
STBaNWtY'S,
iiico & rum's,
F. V. LIGHT & tO.'S,
J. P. II4UKK & O.'S,
AD IHl.t DHU ltl'S 11 AOS.
Tlii lin includes all the ilifferent urailex of
pimin. ami orgitn mitile, aotne of them ho.
nif exeellen t iuatrumonta at very rion.ilila
prieea.
Imring the Tnsition or lonjer, t will oi!"r
lhee inxtrumenia Inwerlha' Iheyean hecl.
taine.l eleh.'re. I invite my fr en.ln ami Iho
piihlic generally to nxainine the Klnek anl
frieei ol dfiilera in the cin 'ino eUewhere. in
ean atlunl tnaml will aell eheaper tlwn pir
tii" who are al a heavy expene in Inivel ii
ahout the country wuh wajnna.orare payini
enorniou" rent, and ini-unin.-a for pnkiiinl
atnreii Not lieing at thiaexpene I will une
pun-haaera the twuelit ol thitl fact in making
Uiv me aeall it my reahleriee, anil I will
ftimranteo H'ifiii-tinn 10 pni-ea, ilunihihly,
tone ami 1niah of all m-trumenta aolil. All
in-lninieuU warrauted in every respect for
five yeara
MlnlHter. diarrhea and Sunday
School eupplieil at luwcat ratea.
Bigh St., two doors west of Mar'tet,
19jim McARl'HllK.O.
Just MeceiYed
lias just
SPMSWCKlILLPffl
A lare a tuck, and the richest, most elegant patterns ever brought to tint mar
ket A latger stock, and better quality than can le found elsewhere in the
county.
WANS?! FAPEH.
Special designs fur transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cheap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
garden Slower seeds,
From the celehrated soerj pardons of D. M. Ferry Is, Co., Brigs & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village.
WHITE LEAD
White nnd Colored Paints
..SLSSOX'S D11UG STO"1 Si -
AND ORGANS,
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received his
OF BEST BRANDS.
mised to order ready for una.
rJ .'.vf iiu nnd blue barrols.
HAPJSDEFJ LVilLLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON,'
PROPRI KTORS
H.l.lIZi!:Y, O.
11TK linra ran hii.nl anl fi toil up iha
It ul mill. . mi mjIic.i 111 j iMJe ul tuti
larmera ol taia v-uoil)'.
Special allcutiun Riun to
CUSTOM WORK,
Ami care -iv.ii to .. a-r all ruMorm r. Mr.
A. A. CuZ '.K.VS, mi aiierif-nreil miller, ha
rhare of the mill,! mi will not lull to deal
laiily auj ni-Hi-iior.u aati.litction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an 1 fur aale nt
LOWL&T JMB'.IiKT l'LlEtTS.
Tuil7 COZZENS A JOHNSON.
S, FCRA m e
IiADEN.O.
M . N l if CT l' r E!t AND SEALER JJI
IJiii lien, SskMIcn,
Hi WIIcn, Hall era,
1tlii), s, True -o
Chains. Haines, and all
Other Ar.icle3 cf Saddlciy.
My lrienN ami te punli.1 L' -noraNv are inviN
el lo i-iill anil X 111. uu- my aim-it 11ml "i-i-e.
m.iiii. khiiiI lumi'-t wnrk, iih lh
tot atoi-k, aud .ill al li e vtry luat nt pricia.
R IC P Al II I N G
nnd ninmifiicttirm:; itnm- to or lor, and till
Work Warranto' as Represented.
JOHN lit GCEHNEH,
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Italian and Verrr.cr.t U'-cibh
AMI
rani mm mimis
ALL KINDS OK
GRAVE-YARD VOHK
Ni-ally iiixl primii'llr e.ti 1.K1I.
Mulberry St., Ict'a Ecr.cii L'klUi
Chillieotlie, Ohio.
1 ftinrritiln l invc.tn ni!; ititor-nti.
I fxiM'iiU nil Uu- linn' (irn.'jn-, i.-t- t !, 1 1 . r
111 (! Hll'l 'MM l. I In- INK, i-i yt.l t. I't-l M'-i
ui-liiiit! iiny w.rk ti tnv I. in jsr-- 1 1 1 : t - I t
vx utii no w orlt, xtui'U unl j.;ct , ion- 1 1 ; a U
in tr nirntH,
1 pHtoim!ly Mi)ci inlc nil the ciiM-dtl r-t ( I f
up (if MiiiifN nnd inuiunm niH liiii';ht a; Iny
oltit I thiiit'ht.
H lni mix ;it t!.l lio ynii tvill a fr on 1
to Sin per coin, jniiil to nmut, 'Jl,t'i;;
I1J9.I JL KJSL . I
DIPOllTKii
and dkai.i:;: ix
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials
Watch Llalicrs:
Tools, Etc.
(lid Wuti h t'naci. nnd old tioUX nad Silver
boiiulil.
ORDERS SULICITKD.
2laprla7:l
The Favorite Fine-Gut
rfllR'H'liowfTH' riinicp, itt now tfikintrllm
1 U i.l oi nil cllu r UriMi'N. HnM in t'Kr(
ii:ihHnt in in:-to. toiili nii'l IitiiiL' in tlir-u-.
Hi i 4 tntiai'co piM"! fvt ry ii:liiy lo t-nit
cli wrrn, nn.l t 1 1 liy I Ik Ih i-hiiii-I I'lirUi-t
Cu II v in; ('hi:ior per minl, ilum uny oih r
hrainl of Hip Htitir umiI hihI ji rlni's U.t
tpiltiity. OMi'ni'l lif lIlM (M'lctil lllftl hr:.nt
hiVt Ih (M tolil in t:li:liru(ho itloim willmi
lh I"'! iwo nmiithv iin-l Iri-'j t :tt Mi'Tfii-',
mi. -irvit" M'ii.i;i'nu a kkuiki;
IiiIIk'oiIks 'Inn, itn Hie M:tii'ir.n ltU'ut
iiifititi uti'1 ul lowot Kautor I'ikl's.
ilJm;iy lbTai
SIIErJFF's"SALE.
Stnieof Ohio, Vimou County:
fc'auiucl CI. Criliin, l'laiut'.ff,
Against
A. Arganbright & Wife, Defendants.
IV TIATOX fOVXTV OI HT P
con.HUN A--oit nr. it ot s vi.t;
1-t'ltsITANT to the I'l.nini-in.l of an nrih-r t f
aide iiit"i (rmn O'e ronrt of t-.niun)ii
IMe-t- of Vinton t'.iiiniy, an-l to in ilTi'i-ied
aahhenfol fritd I'nini'v, I e-ill .itl.-r fur ni
in frmii of the Court Iloue in the Iowa of
McArthur, Viutou Count-, Ohio, on
Saturday, tie 30th Day of August,
A. D. 1373.
it fl, Krttir- ,.f 1 ..Morl- t M . i.r sntil l.iV. tl.A
tollowittff (lefrU"il lnitltt Jin! It m in-n't, (o-u it;
mill tHin Iho I'.iimtv ir niti-n aii1 Mute ir
Ulllil, I1 1)1 IhM.ll.ie.l Ht.il Ii-.KTilri il im f. II H I-
CinHiir at Iheiiiiilti it torii-riif iVrt!m Ar.
t!tiil)rilirBiir -('y on ttic wi it tuiu.1:iry n int .
I inn f-ixlfin. l.) llit't nt'illi with -.iii! -i'CliHi
line Rt'Vciitt'ii (.li.iitu tit Mm iitrili v"t (.Miliar f
Hit ill Htn-t llt llii-il. ; 1 1. Ilnlhv m t witli t
imrlh lino or mini mi:in n, fDriv-ct-lit ) mi? t
a Mt.ikr uu lht Ni-t on linu, llutitu n -n'li t Un u
ileum rust eighty tS'i, clutim n it int. v i-t')
link to 4 c rti- r n tlit nti Ii iIf of ill c h,
tliHire ca-t time miit'ii.l t lv ( I j lli.k. t'
n make, lit nc vuiitlt tiPy-firlit M) cliuin hl1
Ally t.'tn) link iu n M,.k, il o w.--tw-.iiuly
f tyix (1) hl.-a to i he ncuili on ft c rtR-r tl.
M.irtli Ar .Hhtu ini.iV nny. il.nct wiUi ihti
rant hoiimliiry of tlo'-ii.l M .nlii A n: i lil'i i;1.i'p
surT'-y to Ihe phue of Ixiuiui. nmt c n uinin
one lintiilrol mnl thirty t i::o) m h tnore orlt'M.
AitrHitHl i' T Ai'iitv twit tuititrel ami v'iily
Ave (2. it) dolluM, attd must lirinj two-tlurd'svC
th it urn.
To be told m tho protn-rty tf A. Argmbriiilit .ft
Wife, in rtfy mo oiilt-rof ioil fi.-m tNo
Court of Cotuiiiou 1'W-ui la lvor of, iniul U,
ThUMH OF SALC Cash in lianU on day oC
MihuiI Vimou Couuiy.
R. C. toxi. Att'y lot I'Ui tiff.
July :iUt, 6-V
STOCK and Ore &:le aa koo.I aa new, let
mle at very low price. Cull on
novll H fl. JDNKrt itorney.
w mm
Ikie to Uu last Taa shoa-rualicr.

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