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SPECIAL NOTICES.
CENTS'-DOG, KID, ClOTHBACK,
GOAT, CALF AND BUCK DRIV
INQ GLOVES AND GAUNT
LETS.
LADIES' BUCK, KID ANDCLOTII
BACK DRIVING GAUNTLETS.
DOYS'-KID. SHEEP, AND
BUCK GAUNTLETS.
WORXIHGMENS'-BTJGK GLOVES,
GAUNTLETS AND MITIS.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
iupt 173
FKUIT JJCRS
-AND
JELLY OLA&SI3&.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
7 FAINT STBET.
CHILLICOTIIOIIIO,
nVITB th (Mention of merchants nd fur
naoeinea to th large alock of the above ar-
tulsajuat received. We will sell at t very
lowtat Igures to the trade.
Ml promptly atte.ded :o
Order solicited
JHUI
n .i RnwFRR
RESIDENT DEMIST,
McArthur, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
f the aaturat teein.
J. P. TOWE.LL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer, to the WerclianU and Furnuoe
xneu of Viitfon county, a superior ttock
f Dry Quods and Notions, on terms
he most favorable. ' I'Jeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
TnE BOAHD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will -tueot ut the
Union School House, in MoArihur, on
the 1st and 3rd tatardayiof March,
.April, May, September, October and
Koveiabor; and the 1st Saturday, in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex-
animations to commence; -at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
toral oharacter will be required in all
ties. A fee of 50 nenta is required
ky law from each applicant.
II . K. BAK.v ES CVo Hoard of
J.S. II DUN, V School Ex-
v L. O. PEKDUE, Cl'k, J auiiuers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
'
for lh Relief and Cure ol the Erring Rod Un
forluuateou PrincijJii o Christian
PUilaallir!?.
Ssssys on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lies or Age, in relation to Mitnliige Md Social
Evils, with saailaty aid fat the afflicted
Sent free, in aeideJ envelopes. Addreaa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, BoP, W.:'ul
phia,
W ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115,1,0. 0,F,
REGULAR Meetings oltnis fcn
nwnnnieiil Will heree-tter be
Vy gh.-ld uii the second mid Ituit
Wm WrJtuauluy evculua of ciuJt
Bnih. rSttriareaa i llr ncaiiipineuu
vlii mav be vintiug am aVyi nre invited to
attend. AlkVitf W1LI, C.J.
Joan T. Htrrt, 8.
McArthur. Keb'v 17. 1874.
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WOOLEN MILL.
DHL0N, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIB ORS.
HAVING lilted op our machinery in first
p.aa atyle, we an prepared to do
OAEDINQ, SPIHNIHQ 4 VEAVIUQ
on ahort antioe and in the moat worxman
iike m.nner We-have on hand and for aale
jtl onrUctory.affood aupoly of .
WOOLEN GOODS,
Bach as -
Jeani, Flannels, PUnkets, &c,
" which wa wlil aell cheap .
The Kighwt Market Price in Cash,
" Paid for Wool.
HOUSTON, DILLON 0,
link Allensrule, ymtoa C-, Oi
THE VINTON RECORD.
Oftloial Organ of .Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tax paying lima has come.
An advertising people are
always a thrity people.
The wheat crop is favorable
for the coming year.
Weatuer prophets are pre.
dieting a long cold winter.
Fay your small debts, and
olber people will pay theirs.
Tax paying proceed wilh
the usual briskness.
Aoaqb lor the times a half
loaf is better than no bread.
Next Thursday Is Thanksgiv
ing.
Mrs. J. 0. Swktland, is Im
proving in health.
Wm. .MATUBWd, who lives
near town is very sick with the
dropsy.
DonT bo a loafer; don't keep
a loafer's company; dou't hang
about lpufing places.
L.D. Jparnes has been ap
pointed Constable vice S. Ii.
Winters, resigned.
A PAX ot horses, attached
to a buggy belonging to lltnry
Clark, ran away, last Wedues
day, breaking tho tongue.
When your neighbor borrows
your paper, tell him to sub
onhe for it one year on y
$2.00.
If you want to buy the very
best 8e wing machine, call at
Billinghurta's Photograph Gal
ery and see the Victor.
Many a manulacturing man
would like to be sure of a larni
to (all back on iu these
troubles times.
Tijk old Will residence, back
of the Record Office is receiv
ing a new roof. A riiuch need
ed rspair.
, ie i
Dennis Collins a miner iu
the Orange Furnace bank,
was killed Wednesday, the
12th inst. by a piece of slate
falling in on hi in.
J. G. Swetland, Sr , whose
injury we chronicled, last
week, died on laut Tuesday
evening about 8 o'clock from
the effects of the injuries be had
received.
Til eke will be services at the
M E Church on Thanksgiving
Day, the 27lh, at Lalf past two
o'clock. The sermon will be
dalivered by Rev. Mr. Johnson,
of the Presbyterian Church.
Now is the tune to fortify
against an impending siege of
Jack Frost, llava your coal or
wood houses filled and iut in
your supplies of pork and other
desirnble provisions for the
coming winter.
Hon Harvey Wells has pur
chased Bundy's larm of 1000
acres at a cost of $100,000,
(Bundv reserving his residence
and fifty acres of land) and in
tends to build a little town at
once.
Pb F. Adney ieit on Friday
last lor bis new field of collegi
ate labor, Washington, Penn
sylvania, where be will assume
iu Washington and Jeflerson
College the Li Moiu Professor
ship ot Agriculture and correl
alive Branches.
Miss A. M. Uaynes was mar
ried to Mr. 13. A. Siagg iu Cliil
licotbe the other day. The de
giro prevailing among women
at the present ' day to assume
masculinity is taking various
shapes, but this is the first oue
ol the Bex .we ever hour J of
who wao'ed to B. A. Stagg.
Lancaster Gazette.
Tijebs was considerable not
ing and rowdyism iu our usu
ally quiet village, on last Mon
day night. The welkiu was
made hideous by reports ot fire,
arms and the demon-like
shouts of drunken men. Many
ot our deuizens' were aroused
from their quiet slumbers and
thought that bedlam had broke
loose. -
Goods at Panic Prices.
Dan. Will & Bro's. have just
received their entire stock of
goods hought in the East for
Cash, by A. Will, ot the firm, an
experienced buyer, and they
are determined to close out the
entire stock before January 1st,
preparatory to invoicing. Come
one come all and buy at t'anic
prices. Positively a decline ol
15 to 20 per cent, on all clases
of dry goods.
Amor Vincit Omnes.
Ova old friend Qeorge W.
Taylor, foreman of the compos-
ng room of the Scioto Gazette,
Chillicolhe, atid an obdurate
bachelor, for lei these many
years, couldn't stand it any
longer, and has, at last, gone
and done it, after a courtship
of, ever since before the war
lie was mained last Thursday
morning, at 4 o'clock, to Miss
Lizzie jMcUugue of that city.
Welcome! Welcome.lhrice wel
come to our ranks. George.
Accident.
Ma Joux Simmons,' an aged
man, a farmer, living four miles
south of Uamden, iu Jackson
county, met with a bad acci
dent, last Tuesday. lie was
hauling rails, while driving his
team he spoke to the horses,
when they jumped sideways,
throwing one side of the wagon
on a bank by the roadside,
throwing Mr. S. out of the wag-
an, injuring him internally in
such a manner that it may ter
minate seriously.
Transfers of Real Estate.
John W. Sain to li. A. IN
Sain, quit claim, 346, acres
Swan township and in-lots 23
(.nd32, Mt. Pleasant, $800.
Caroline E Johnson to Rich
ard Ii Sain, quit claim, 316
acres, Swau tp , $1,000.
11. A. N. Sain to Isaiah F.
Sain, quit claim, 346 acres,
Swan tp., $1,200.
lieury Clark to James D
Robb, 240 acres, Elk and Swan
I p., $9,600.
Henry Clark to Samuel A.
Robb, 80 acres, Elk tp., $2,909
John Bell, Administrator ol
II. C.Moore, deceased, to Ezki -
el KittclilF 160 acres, Harrison
tp., $1,485.
Job a J. Smith to Jas. B.
Campbell, in Jot 7, Ilamden,
$850.
Sebastian Gcctz to Jus. B
Campbell, in lots 10 and 11,
Uamdeu, $1,300.
John C. Bishop to O. F.
Hawk, 76 acres,Wilkesville tp.,
$1,400.
Isaac Haas to Sarah L. Cox,
90 acres, Swan tp., $3,000.
Ezekiel Ratcliff, executor, to
Ezekiel Ratcliff, sr., 101 acres,
Richland tp, $1,465.
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE HASTINGS PRESIDING
Criminal Docket.
Sprous
nollied.
State against Thomas Plum
mer nollied.
State against Hugh Hendrix
nollied
State against John Boley
nollied.
Slate against J. B Drake
plead guilty and fined $10 and
costs.
State against Jobn Simih,
charged with larceny verdict,
not guilty.
Sta'.e against Miles and Rufus
Gilpiu, charged with hone
stealing plead guilty and sen
tenced to lour years in the pen
itentiary. The Grand Jury found ten
bills and reported the jail as
needing some material altera
tions to secure better ventilation.
Civil Docket.
E. RatciifT against James
Pierce et al verdict for piaiu
(iff $5412.
Samuel Camp against Eliza
beth Camp, petition lor divorce
divorce granted and alimony
ol $275 allowed delendanL
U.J. Summers against Geo.
S Clements, in delault judg
ment $455.05.
Julia A. tiobo aeainst H.
Remy judgment $244 50 and
sale of premises ordered.
John Miller auainst Catha
rine UchI judgment $17460
Thomas Johnson against F.
Shades judgment lor plaintiff
of $168.
A large number of motions
and' demurrers were argued
and passed over by the court.
Ax the election of officers of
the McArthur Young Men's
Christian Association, the fol
lowing officers were elected lor
the ensuing term:
President, Morris Evans;
Vice President, Robert Sage;
Secretary, N. J B)wers; Treas
urer, G W. Pilcher; Auditor,
('has. Dunlap; Budget Reader,
Le Des Martin; Teller, J. T.
Payne; Chaplain, John Corn-
well.
lie that lutth no imi.-do iu his soul,
Aud is not moved by concord of sweet
sounds, '
fit lor treason, stratagems and
spoils.
Let no such ui:u be trusted.
So spoke our lavorite En
glish bard, and we believe he
told the truth; for, we never
knew a notoriously vile person
that was a lover of music. It
no doubt, has a reQning influ
ence on the human race. This
puts us in remembrance that
our handsome-looking and pop
ular young friend J. S. liuhck,
agent for the firm of D. 11. Bald
win & Co., of Cincinnati, is sell
ing organs in such numbers as
they were never Bold before.
tie also sells pianos and other
musical instruments. Nearly
every day an organ is sold
From this we inter that the
state of Vinton county society
is being raised to a higher
grade. If anybody wants au
organ let them apply to Mi. 11.,
who lives at the llulbert
House, but is ottener found
somewhere on the road deliv-
The editor of ihe McArthur
Enquirer is informed that the
Record is not devoted to black
guardism, especially is it not
templed to introduce the silly
Kiivl that appears in the En
quirer. Wo do not intend to
use that kind of weapon, either
nildiisive or delonsive,' but we
t-mploy a far more .ellective
one ihe clean iruth.t
We do not court any contro
versy wilh the Enquirer or its
nominal edilor. A man whose
history is written in the court
records of Jackson county as
having, 4 by his consent and
procurement" given away his
wile's viriue,is too low fora de
cent man to have a coiifroversv
wilh, or, to notice' We feel
u good deal as' George Wash
ington did about the skunk
the more you fool wilh it, the
more slink you'll got. '
it the aloresaid editor is not
yet satisfied wilh Ins black
guarding, we will introduce a
lew plain truths for bis benefit
iiexi week.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John MuGhee aud ltuuhul N. Cum
mins. George McXaineo and Debora F.
Tlukhum.
Justice N. Smith and Eliza N. Wy.-
mnn.
DIED.
In McArthur, on the 7th lust., of
dropsy, Charles A., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alois Mutschler. Agtrd 5 years
and 0 mouths.
In McArthur, on the 14th Inst, of
typhoid lever, Mrs. Koncta, wlt'o of
John Wyatt. A gi:d 25 years,
In McArthur, on the 18th lust., of
consumption, Miss Eliza Carson.
Aged 40 years.
In McArthur. on the 18th Insi,, of
typhoid fever, Sarah, daughter of Mr
and Mis. A.C. Dowd. Affpd lavears.
In McArthur, on the 18th lust-.of in
ternal Injuries, J. G. S wetland, Sr.
Aged 55 years.
Nrar McArthur, on the 18th Inst
Of typhoid fever, John Dillou. Aged
53 years.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Mr. Editoh j?lease auiiouncn the
name of Robert Sage, as a candidate
lor Justice of the Peace, at the eusu
ln! electiou and oblige
MANY FRIENDS.
Editor Record Please announce
the name of Henry Payne as a candi
date for Justice ot the Peace.
MANY VOTERS.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $2.00
Corn 40
Oats 35
Wheat 1.30al.4O
Beans ,2.0002.50
Potatoes 500
Dried Apples 1.25
Dried Peaches 3.00
Hav ton 15.00
llama, country
" sujrar cured .18
Smoked Mdes....'. 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork . 7-8
Kjijrs 20
Butter... 20
Lard 38
Chickens, live 13.1.25
Hocking Suit pur bbl.
Sacks .
White Fish
Rio Coffee
(Jotlee Sugar
ueinarara "
Cuba
Now Orleans Molasses..
Sorghum
Syrup
Star Candles, per lb....
Tallow "
Soap, country per lb....
dee so - ,
Coai. irbus. .. ,
Wool V ....
2.40
. I5a25
... 9-00
..2530
15
...12a.l5
, - 12)6
.80a 1. 00
..4050
75a.l.0O
.25
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SHERIFFS SAL2V
8(aMr Ohio, Tlntaa Canity t
Isaiah Lacy, Plaintiff,
Against
Thomas Eades, Defendant
iw vivrow roisTT totrt of
tOMMO-K PLEAS-OHDEU OF MALE
PURSUANT to the enaimand ef an order ol
sale iraned from the Court of Common
Plena of Vinton CiH.nl t. and to me directed
a Hhenfof d Couniv, 1 will offer for eale
in front of Ilia Court llouee in the town ol
McArthur. Vinton County, Utiio. on
Saturday, the 29th Day of November,
A. D. 1873.
at tli honr of 1 o'clock, t. M-, of aald day, tin
folluwing rienrrilted land. nd teuemeuta, to-wit:
litiiiitid In the County of Vinton and State of
Ohio, and bounded and described u folio.: I lie
out half of tli. iioutli-.Mt quarter of aectlon
niiu'tmr tta. (5) lou.hlp uumlicr ten, (10) and
miik". number eighteen, (IS containing eiglny
(HO)aciea lie the aanie aioie or lew: Alto the
auuih wi.t quart.r of tit. tuath-rMt quarter of
action, towiwhi; and ranjn uforraaid, containing
forty (40) acre, more ar Wim, aive aad exevpt
about on. (I) acre mora or leaa .old to Solomon
Ankroin liy .aid Thouiaa Ende and wl e.
A ppraiwd u one tliuummd (il.uuu) dollars, and
niiiHt bring two-lhird.ot tliut .inn.
To be eold u the property of Thomat Eadae, to
ntixfy an order of -ale, luurd fruni tin Court of
Common Plea, in favor of laaiah Lacy.
TbUU-t UF BALK. Cash in hand on day of
sale.
GEORGE KALER,
therilt Viiiton Couuty.
IIomubC. Joxm Alt'y kit I'lul tld.
Tbur.Ua J Oct. 30, 1.7 J. S-w
Tluiea Tor lloldlns; Court a In
Ilie Seventh Judicial
Ulslrlct.
ORDER.
PURSUANT to authority cf law, it I. hereby
oi itored tli 1 1 the several term, of the (?ourt of
Couintou Flea, an I the Diatrict Cuiirt withiu and
for lha Severn h Judicial Diatrict for the year
ID7J be b.ldut the dale, followiug, to wit s
District Court.
Waah InRton, A ril ft; Melgi, April 13- Cnllla,
April IU; Lawrence, Apul UK KcintiN April 1;
I'ike, April 'J7: Perry, Auxuat 24; Kalitii lu, An.
gunt 27; Uocltiug Angu.tJI; Allien., itember
i; Vinlou, twptouiber 7; Jackavu, Sepkiiilwr 9.
Court of Common Plena.
riaT subdivision.
Terry January 20; May 4; Seplemlier 28.
Hoiking tWiiary It!; May 25; Octol.r ID.
rairtleld ilarcli U; Jun.S; November?,
ircoKD atiBDiviaioK,
Lawrence January 27; M.ty 8; Septem ber 22;
rVioto-Mari'li2; June I; Oclnlier IV.
Jockacn February 1; May 'i.'i; October 13.
Pike liar. Ii June tt; Nuvember IT.
Vli ton e'obruary tl; M.iy 6, September 14.
TillUB SCSDIVI8IO.V,
Galllt Frlirunrr 2; April 2"; Septemtier 14.
Mali;. February ; May 11; Octolier 6.
Wa.hliiglun March .'; May 21; October 19.
Atbeiii .Match 2:); June 11; November ID.
And it I. lurttier ordered that duo record and
liubliculiuu of the foieguiug be made according to
luv.
Wltneii our hand. IhU 10th day of September,
A. I). 1871.
SII.AS II. WRIflllT,
Jl.HN J llAltl'KU.
T. A. PLANTS, IJudgee,
VMI.LIA.H IV IIAWTIMiM,
EKAS1LS A. Ul'TlllilK,
STATE OF OHIO, 1
VixToa t'oixTr; u.
1,0. W, llollHtid . ( lurk of the Court of Com
mini Plea, within and fur mid entity and flat
lieieby etrtlly the toregoing to be a tttiecopy ol
Ibe i.rigiual ordur now on tile in my ottVw.
-, WiTNitsi in)- hand and tin eal of aaid
( ") Court at McArihur. Ilii. 2 .d day of
tu. 0. September, A. t. ifl i '
J U. W. HOLLAND,
W-' Clerk
2octlH"3 3w
Legal Notice.
JOHN D. W. JONES, a nen-rexident of the
ej iui"ty or Vinton, Oblu, will lake notice that
piiiauant to nn order of tliel'onnui-.loura ot aaid
Violi'U county. Ohio, made at tlu-ir Si-pteinbi-r
Keirtinn A. i, 1M7-I. viewer, a.id a .urvnyor weru
Utrrcted to meet at the bur.of Abel Well. In .ulJ
cuuuly,on tb.
28th Day of October, A, D. 1873,
At Ihe linur of 10 o'clock In th firnoon of u'i
ilny. In vttsWRiu. -iirvey then utHofurtTtHin com.
ty n mil iK'iitioiifil foi- ly llaitiu iMifly nml otli
tm from u imiul neur ntmir uf Imm oa tin prem
ipflef AM Wfllf.ut I he foot 4 tlio hill mi tlw
WllkeavillA nmd. the ce a nurtherly rilrwtitn
itluiigtiie ahoi tt-nt and beat route through the
laiiiU of Alwl Wt'lln, or John V W. JmiPfi, ol
Miirtm DtiflVy, of Edward Fletcher and of Arnoe
Hurl ley, to a point on theJuck-on road, at tin line
bfiuefii tho lands or Miu Auioi Uurtlcy auu aaid
Edwurn rlptcher. Mi (ilnceot leriiiiiniM
MAHTIN IHKIY, Priiicij! Petitioner.
Soptmuhor 25. 187J, 4w
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Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
ANDTHUCHKoMO
mm
Ravins control of the mnanifWnt oil chro.
mo, Yo Semitfl, we are able to ollera comhin
atior. of literary and arnxtiR worn of genuine
Worth, and at prn'ea unptei-edeiited
Thin flnecopy of a piece of Naturn'a grand
eat work, is not presented in the ueiinl lim
ited etyle, it. dimenioiie, 14x20, making
picture ol very deairalde .lie in ioelf.
AS OltN.V.UEXT TO THE BOOM
graced hyit presence.
Hut a lew eoiuee of this beautiful t hromn
will be allowed to go to the retail eloren, and
those will beaold it their
Aetnnl KetnU Price, O.OO,
which if oide-eii in connection with our Mag
azine, both will be lurn'ehed lor
Sl.50a
As a premium the picture may be obtained
by Bending u two siibw-nptiona for the Mag
line at one doilm each, or by mibwrbinx '
the Mainline two erein advance, at Due
dollar per annum. Adilre.a,
WUOl 'S hOUStHOlJ. MA&AZINK,
Newbmgli.N. Y.
8. E.SHiTLS, Pubhaher. tsept
HAMDEN MILLS,
C0ZZENS &. JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
HAMbEIV, O.
WE have purchased and Sited Up the
above indie, and kolicit the trade ol the
farruera of this vciuily.
Special attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to plraae all ruatomera. Mr.
A. A- CUZZK.tS. an experienced miller, ha.
charge ol Ihe mill, and will not tall to deal
lairly and give general ealttfaclion.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST 31ARKKT PRICES.
. JtillT COZIENS A JOHNSON.
The Moat Desirable Bes-
dence in McArthur.
FOB SALE.
I OFFER for iale my residence on North
atreet. It coiieiata of a apleudtd dwelling
house, well ttnlehed, iu.ule and out, with
eight roonaand a good cellar. A gou othi-e
building, atable, wood and coal house ud oili
er nece-aary out-biiildiuga. 'Ihe pr-nileee
oontaiu2Vi acree, including I acre of vineyard,
all thrifty a-ariog vinea; there are a I wo thirl)
neanng apple-irera uff. .nri?, ui inwru
(mlt twenlyflva lining peach tree. beet
Dud'ieu truit, enernea, quinoe, pium.,aua
1 variety of email Iruit horlurther narticulare
inquire at the omce of thia paper, or at Ihe
1 premiaes. Terms easy.
FSllilSMSfili
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nnor
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Una just receiva d a o ew supply of
Mil
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PANIC IPfliJiiftS.
Consisting of Dry Goods, Ready-made Cloth
ing", Millinery, Groceries, fineensware, Table
ana rocKet uuuery, notions, ar.
T110S. A. JIELLOB.
FILL
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llaept W.i
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100 ,00 0
HI
WORKERS
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS 0E PRAISE"
34 PAGES,
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A ILong Needed Book.
5 CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or 85 Per Hundred
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO., i
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNATI, 0.
Ill HUT GAMS
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS.
Large Stock at Low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX INTHEMARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
BBASS KETTLES
POR CELA1N KETTLES,
And every article Used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
Mouse FurnishiEig(ood$
at the lowest figures at IILTIIN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office 31jul
a
I I
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
t in agent for the tal. Of
Smith's American)
(ieo.Hnod & Co.'s,
Spnng's, and
honingci4 & Co.'s
O B Or .A. HITS.
km aio agent for
f. C. LIGHT &.CO.'S,
J. F. II4RRt & 0.'S
AXU tlRADUUKY'SriAftOS.
This list includes all the different grades of
Itianoa and organa made, some of them be
t ng exoellent instruments at very reasonable
prices.
Daring the vaeatlon or Ioner, I will offer
thea instruments lower thae they Pan be ob
tained elaewhere. I invite my frtenda and the
pilot ic generally to axaminw the) stock and
rrice ordealerain the oil and elaewhere. a
can atlord to and will aell cheaper than par.
lies who are at a heavy expenae in traveling
about the country with wngnna.or are paying
vnormoh- renta and Insurance for palatial
etoree Not twing al thia expenae I will give
piiri-haaers the benefit ol that fhet in making
sales.
Give me a call at my residence, and I will
guarantee aa'isfartion in prices, durability,
tone and Viish of all ib-trument. sold. All
inatrnments warranted to every respect fof
ve years
. IrUniatemt Chare hes mod Sanday
BckooU supplied at lowest rata. "
ITI. U. BARNES,
High 3t., tw. doors weak of Market, .
Wub. Mc.HTni'B,0.
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