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SPECIAL NOTICES.
DECEMBER.
HOLIDAY GOODS
. ATFOPl'LARPR'CEB,
And suitable Goods For
DECEMBER TRADE
WHOLESALE.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTHE, 0.
FRUIT JJRS
AND
JELLY ii L ASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 rAINT STHET.
CIIILL1C0 THE, OHIO,
INVITK Iho attention of merchants and fur
iiM.inea to the. Urge mock of Ihe above ar
tules jut received. We will Hell at t m very
Wwot figures to Ihe trade. Orders solicited
ad promptly attended .0. H4Ul
N.J. BOWERS,
KESlDEiVr DEN 1 1ST,
McArthur, Ohio.
Particular attention given to Ihe treatment
f the aslural leelh.
J. P. TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
fieri to the Mercliuntu and Furnace'
m.u of Vinton county, a superior stock
f Drj QooJa and Notions, on terms
Iht mutt farontble. luepliy
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in .McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd r-nturiliiys of Aluroh,
April, May, September, October and
Jsoveinkr; and tlio let Sattirdny in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in cucli year. Ex
.minatioim to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral oliuracter will be required in all
.es. A fee of 50 cents is required
hj law from each nppliuunt.
M. It. IIAU.nFS Ui'n Hoard of
II. s. 1IUUN, I School Ex-
L. 0. 1'EKL'UE, CTk, uminere.
Howard Sunitai-y AM Assochi
tion. Fer ihe Relief and Cure ol (lie Erring mid till,
ferlunitteou Principles of Uliriatmn
Philimiliropy.
X.aays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
ll.s of Age, I n relation to Marriage mi l Ho. iul
Eil, with aanitmy aid for Iho nlHicled
Sent free, in sealed envelope. Addreaa,
H JYV IKU ASSOCIATION, Box P. I'l.'.'tudl
phis, I'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
mmm Tf EGliliAB Meetings orthis Hn
lVampment will hereafter be
!J55 held mi the accond and lout
"in-.ritr Weiliicntiiy cwiiIiiks of mii-Ii
mouth. I'atriariiii m Hlr tiii'timi'iiit'iita
n !ie mihV lie viftitig mil -mwi are invited to
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ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PBOPEIE OBS.
HAVING (llted up our rrnehinery in first
clwa ulyle, we are prepred to do
GABDIHG, SPIN5INQ 4 WEAVING
d ihort ootiee and in the moat vorirran
like manner. We have on hand and for tale
at our factory, a good aupDlyof
WOOLEN tiOODS,
Buch aa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we wlil er) cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid, for Wool.
lion
HOUSTON. DILLON A O,
AllenaviHe, Vinton C , O.
A firk yesterday iu San
Francisco, destroyed the At
laulio Uotel and several other
buildings. Charles Allen, a
guest of the hotel, was burnt
to death.
THE V1NT0NJEC0RD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOO AL MATTERS
McARTHUR HACK LINE.
McARTHUR HACK LINE. CHARLES W. BARNETT, Proprietor
WILL run renin. rly to McArthur Station
to meet alt traina.
Hhi-Ic leave. Mi AHhur pout office a; 10
oclock, A. M., to ateet No. Weat at
IP. M. to meet Ihe No 1 Mail going ea.t. Will
meet the Zale-ki Accommodation on appli
cation in perron or hjr letter, leaving McAr
Ihur at i ana 4 o'clock lor Ihe teipeclive
Iraina.
lirdera left at Ihe po.t office, McArthur, or
Uundaa, pr Jlnptly alifndedto.
0roy CHARLES W. BAKNETT.
M, & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
On and after 8tinday,NoT. S, 1873, tram a
will run as followa: Noa. 3, 4, 6 and 6
run daily; all other trains daily, aunJava ex
cepted. GOING EAST.
No. I. No 3. No, 5.
PUtiona. Mail. Cm. St.L.Ex
Linainnaii.. i.tm to ao.im 4 ipm
Ohillicothe II Mim i :u,im 1 37nin
Itiuhlaud Fur....l J Uipin 3 ipin 1 :ilam
Harade. Ii 'ilpo a aipm i 4am
McAaTMi'a...........li iUpin 3 4upm t Mam
Vinton .l'i eupm 3 6.io 3 U7nin
lalMkl.... .... I imMiM 4 Ol.w 3 laain
Hoik Furnace.... 1 Itpm 4 llpin 3 24am
J'ar.tburm. 4 Jpin 1 utipm )lim
GOING WEST.
No. 3. No. 4. No. .
Station: Mail. St.L.Ex. Cln.Ex.
Parkeracurf ....... 7 luain It) aoain K 3upin
Uupa r uruc....lu au;n 1 I4pin 1 i,m
2iIki... ...... ..10 tiHio 1 2.1pm 1 Slam
fioton. ............ 10 Mare 1 3ipm 1 aiiin
MoAaTHi'a 11 vtitin 1 41pm 141am
Ham.l.n II Inira 1 6u,n 1 6uain
"ichlHcd Kur.... 11 aOuin t ti5pm 1 uoam
Cbillivothe ....ID 4'.ini 3 iu,im 3 lawm
.liticinnui .....6tl&pm 7 laipin 6Jain
NO. 3 ANI 4 will atop at 0. A 8. Junction,
Lottliiiid, U ei-nflulil, Uhrlltjollie, Hamden,
Athena, ami boot! a Litndinx only. NUM. o
AMI U w.ll atop nl C. A b. Junction, Madiaon
ville l.oveli.Dd.ijecnheld.Cliilliculiie, Hum-
len Allien 1 and liiutt'a I. nil ling only. NO 8.
1 A.U 9 arill iiuko all elope'
Z1LE-KI RKK.IOHT
The Zuleaki Kreijrht y,mnn et leave.
Chillicotheato 3ua. ai.; kuvaville 7 15; Kicli
land Fi.ruace, 7 6'i; tluimlen, arrive 8 3A
depart S 4h; McArthur, IA; Vinton, 10 M;
2aleakl H it. Uoini went Zaleaai, 'i 00 p. m ;
Vinton 1 3ii. M-AHhirit M; lliiniden, arrive
3 a-dpart 3 35; Kichland Furnace, 4 IV;
Huyaville, 4 45; Chillicoihe, 6 1M.
Irani, on the t'OK laMOU'l'H BRANCH
will leave Humden at 7 H5n.m. and B 43 p.m.
arrlvinx at I'oitninoulli at 10 Ala m. and u 45 p.
m. Kiurmnu;tmiiia aill leave 1'nrtaiiioiitii at
I on a. m, ami X uu p. 111., ai riving ut Hum
it en at II uu a. m. and 6 05 p. m.
Tram, connect a: Lovelnnd for all point, on
Hie Lottie Mnoni Kuilrnad, nnd at Iho Imliiinnp
olia and Cincinnati Railroad Juncli n for all
point Went; 111 Athena, with the Colummla
H. V. K. K it l.irker-.hur. with Ihe B. A
O. K. K. W. W. PEAIHWY,
lienernl Superinlena'ent.
Mk Fkank IIkllman, mer
chant tailor, of Chilli jothp,was
here last luesd i.v, on tusiuess
Dr S. S. Dollison, dentist,
formerly of this place, is in
town.
1 i.-w
The weather the past week
has been uy!y indeed. Cloudy,
rainy and uiudtlv.
Tue ro-ids aie in a worse con
ditiou now l han they have been
for three years. They are al
most impassible.
A LLTTfc.li I'ruin tin: Imniortal
J.N says that bo will nddress
the people ol McArlliur on
Thursday, Dec. 11. All for
Truth.
...
Tue vote on Justice of the
Peace last Saturday resulted
in the re-e'eclion of 'Squire
Payne, thn vote standing
IJenry Payne 79, Robert Sace
72, A. W. Asbury 63, John
Jones 2, Blank 1.
Lectukes at rooms of M. Y.
M. C. A , Dana Buili!inr. on
Tuesday evening, Dec 9 h.
Subjects, "The immortality ol
the Soul" by Dr. N. J. Bowers.
"The destiny of the Soul" by
Uev. G. W. Pilcher. AU are
invited.
- II-
The lollowing is a list of let
lers remaining in Ihe post office
at Dundas, Dec. 1st, 1S73:
J Adams, Latlie Dixon, Rip
ley Exline, Jefferson Frazee,
Jane Kirkendall,'S. L. Leach,
Lizzie Kirkendall, Waldo Mur
S. ISAMINGER, P. M.
Tuk following is a lit of let
tern remaining in the postoiQce
at McArthur, Dec. 1st, 1873:
P. D. Barnhouse, Matlie Da
vi?, Eliza IJonnold, John W.
Jones, Annie Jones. Annie II
Jones, Henry McVey, Mary
Wyman.
J. N. McLAUGHLLN, P. M.
The Commissioners of Rf 89
county have 'let. the public at'
vertising under their control
to the lowest bidder, th Ad
vertiser getting it. at one cent
per square. Under such a con
tract it would cost the people
of Vipton county $1 to 1 50 to
have their Commissioner's Re
port published, whereas they
now pay $100 to $150.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining iu the postoffice
at Z ileski, Ohio, Dec. 1st:
Dan. Wort man, Samuel Hull,
Geo. Mawharter, Eisle Bach
manus, Eln Blacklord, J. V.
Casey, Charlei Cashnober,
John Guthrie, Kato Foose, Ar
thur Bradley, Geo. Gakel,
Mary VVhittinghar, Eliz Frau
er, Christian Yetten, Francis
Shades, William Castel.
J. N. McLAUGHLLN, P. M. J. G. WILL, P. M.
County Commissioners.
The Commissioners, during
their present session, have al
lowed the establishment of that
part of the new road from Mc
Arthur to the Station which
lies between McArthur and
Levi Wy man's, 1,612 dimages
being allowed. E P. Botbwell
and Dr. Doddridge gave notice
of appeal from the establish
ment of the road and lor insuf
ficient damages.
The petitions for the Philip
Warner road and the Martin
Duffy road were not allowed.
Notice of intention to build a
bridge on the Z.ileski and Pack
ard Mills road at the Zdleskl
steam mill was ordered to be
publishea.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Zaieski Company to IJenry
Uahn, in lot 31, Water's addi
tion, Zaleski, $100.
Cristopher Graham to Eliza
J. Titus, part in -lot 5, Llauiden,
$1 200,
N. 0. Wilcox to Elizabeth
Brown, in lot 14, Allensville,
275.
Zileski Company to Allen
Robinson, m-lot No. 122 and
part of in-lot 123,Zaleski, $110.
E. A. Ilulbert to Olive A.
Ilulbert, in lot 89, McArthur,
love and affection.
Mary Stocks to Jesse Ray, 3
acres, Knnx 'ownslnp, $150
Charles Rudcliff to John
lUdcliff 108 acres, Knox I p.,
950.
Azariah Timmons to Wm. P.
Anderson, In-lots 7 and 8,
Raysville, $65
Wm Collins 9i. d wife to Uri
ah Waldren, quit claim toJSO
acres, Richland t. $S5.
The double headed concern
at the other end of the street
gives indications of being on
its last legs, and is grasping out
for a little more trade to sus
tain its tottering limbs. It
promises to publish Sheriff's
advertising tree in Ihe Enquir
er if lull price is paid in the
Witness. We have observed
that publishers generally know
the value ol their column, and
we think the Enquirer's esti
m ite ol its value is just the fig
lire to a dot, notwithstanding
its modest claim of forty million
readers.
IIenky C'lakk, who, until
Utely has lived near McArthur,
has removed to Pickaway
enmity, near Circleville, where
he has purchased a farm.
Ben. Uoqa.v replies to Tom
Allen's card, saying as soon as
his health improves lie will
fight, linn or anyboJy else fur
$1000 lo $2,500.
Court, is still in session,
Judge Hastings presiding. The
docket is pretty well cleared
up, and Court will probably
uiljourn on Saturday.
A eat lately started a bank
in Marlinsburg, West Virginia,
cabbaging his currency from a
bar-keeper's mooey-drawer.
When a run was made on the
bank, do you suppose that rat
suspended? No, sir! tie quiet
ly absconded, leaving sufficient
assets to pay filly per cent, ol
his indebtedness.
The shoes of a Louisville
da nsel hurt her at the the iter
and s'le slipped them i ff, but
was so swelled with em i i n at
the play that she cou d'nt get
them on again. She sent
Charles out for a new pair, and
when asked what size, replied,
blushingly,"0, something large
and airy; number nines, it ytu
like."
William. Sky of Ihe firm of
Lantz & Sry engaged Jin the
oysterbusiness, has bought out
his former partner's interest,
and is now carrying on the bus
iness himself. Bill is prepared
to do the handsome, serving up
oysters in any style desired,
raw iiied or 6tewed. Like the
'Flyin' Darter," Bill is bound
not to be beaten in his line.
The printers ot Chicago, by
a vote of 209 to 51, hive re
duced the price of composition
ten per cent., and also aban
doned the claim lor extra pay
for holiday work.
From the Me go County News.
Murder ot Winfield S. Plummer.
mer.
On of last
Tuesday evening
week a sad and latal affray oc
curred at the residence of Ller
riman Plumtuer, Esq., near the
village of Rutland, in this
county, in which Winfield S.
Plummer was murdered by a
colored man by the name of
Luke Powers. The facts as
near as we can gather them
are as follows: Mr. W. S. Plum
mer had this colored man liv
ing on the farm, which he con
trolled and managed lor his
father, who is somewhat ad
vanced in lite. This Powers
had become obnoxious to the
lamily on account of his per
sistent gambling, and other
misdemeanors on the premises
bud Mr. P. had ordered him to
leave the place, which Ihe col
ored man refused to do until he
should have received a small
amount of money due him
from Mr. P. On that evening
he called at the house and de
manded a settlement, in the
midst of which some high
words were passed, and Plum
mer ordered the negro from
ihe house. The man started
out, Mr. P. following him out
on the porch, where, provoked
by some expression of the ne
gro, he caught him by the col
lar, and raising a poker with
the other hand, again ordered
him off. At this junction,
the negro stabbed Mr. P. with
some sharp instrument, inflict
ing a wound in the abdomen,
uiiil way between the hip bone,
and the umbilicus, measuring
one inch and quarter in length
when he turned and tUL
Joseph Iltuy, opposite the
Court IIuse, Chillinothe, is pre
pared tor the Ilo'iliy trade.
He keeps the largest stock of
toys, fancy cakes, candies, etc.,
M be found in the city, at whole
sale or retail. Parties furnished
with everything require!, Oy
sters cheaper than elsewhere,
served in every ptyle, or fur
nished in quantities at Baltimore
rites. Give him your orders, or
call on hi in when you aro in Chi'-licothe.
The Spanish Position.
The position ot Spain on iho
Virginus question is staled as
lolows:
1. That the Virginius is not
an American ship, as she ws
owned by Cubans and register
ed in the name of Patterson
residing in New York.
2. She ha forfeited even
this false registry by subse
quent sale to other parlies,
3. That she has frequently
sailed, during the past two
years, under flags of other
countries.
4. That General Ryan was
not a citizen ol the United
States.
5. That the Virginius, at
the time uf the capture, was
engaged in an unlawful ex;e
dition against a friendly pow
er.
The number of hogs killed
in Ii.dianapolis in November is
109,683, about 60,000 more
than in the same month last
year.
The residence of Theodore
Hocke, No. 375 Woodland av
enuf, Cleveland, was almost
lot .lly destroyed by fire Sun
day morning.
Work on repealing the salary
gr ih has begun.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacit $2.00
Corn , 5
Oats 40
Wheat 1.30nl.40
Beans 2.0O2.li0
PoUtorM oUfflOO
Dried Apples 1.25
Dried Peaches 3.'j0
Ha? ton 12.0Oal5.OO
Hams, country 12
" sugar cured . .Id
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders lOiS
Pickled Pork 7-8
Kjrgs 25
Butter 20
Lard 38
Chickens, live 15.1.25
Hocking dult per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." I")n25
White Fish 8.00
Rio Coffee 2o30
Coffee Sugar 13
Demarara " 12a.l5
Cuba - 12U
New Orleans Molasses ..SOal.OO
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup 75a.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb .29
Tailow " -. 15a20
goap, country per lb 6a8
Cteeite 20
1'na.i. per bus . .7 3
Hogs, dressed, 40 a 6 00
II on John P. Hale died at
Dover, New Hampshire, Nov.
19th at 9 P. M. Mr. Qale has
been in political life almost
Constantly for the last forty
years. lie has served three
terms in the United States Sen
ate, Was the Freesoil candi
date for the Presidency in 1852,
and lately filled the position of
of Minister to Spain Mr.
Hale's talents were of a high
order.
FALL AND WINTER
cxjOTsziisra-
FRAKK IIELLMAN,
AI hl neX place of hualneaa,
COETS BLOCK. OPPOSITE TJBION
HOUSE.
. CIIILLICOTHE, 0.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OF-
Fall and Winter Clothing
EVER br. light to Ihia market, embracing
nil Ihe lateat and moat faahtoiiahle etylea,
em In Accordance with the lateat faahiona.
When you want a nnlihy auit duu't bill lo call
on Frank, lie alae CU'l't and
Makes Garments to Ordei.
and haa a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &C.
All rlnlhing marked down lo Ihe LOW
EST FIUI'KKN. Give me a call and 1 will
warrant aatiafnction
VPT FRANK HELLMAN.
TlmeN for Holding Courts In
the Seventh Judicial
District.
ORDER.
)X
PURSUANT to authority of law.lt la hereby
ordared III 1 1 the aeveral term of the (Imirt of
C-iinioii Pleaj an I Hi. District Curt within and
for Hi. Seventh Judicial Dl.lrlct for Ihe year
1874 l bald at Ihe datoa followiuij, to wit ;
Dlatrlet Court.
Waih lliglcn, A rll S; Melgi, April ID- flallla,
April li'l Lawreiira, Apill UK Sctiitn, April 23;
I'iha, April II 1 1 I'tirry, Annual '24; Falirkld, Au.
glial !i7 lliicklliK Aiiatimt :il ; Aihena.tembor
3; Yiuliu,eptuinb.r7; Jackaou, September t.
Court of C'ouiuion rieu.
HUT lUiDIVIIIOII.
rrrry-Jannary ID; May 4; 8eptemher it.
Iliaklng-r'aliriiary III; May '; Muter 19.
t.irncld-UarcH V; Jiiii.H; November.
iOIKD iiinivmoa.
Lawrence January 27; Mv A; September 12;
' H. ,.lii -March t; June I; Uctnher ID.
Jackarn Fcliniarv 1; May'iA; O.'tulier II
Pike March ai; June ii; NnvemUer 17.
Vli ton February !l May 6, September 14.
thibd atinnlvldokt
(I iPIi February April 27; September 14.
JMlU KebrUiiry May 14; October 6.
WaidiiiiKti ii Match ; May 21; tirluher !9.
AiWin March t-l; June II; Nnveinbrr 16.
And il la tun her ordered Dial due record and
piiblii'iiiinn iiflha roii'gulug be made according to
lav
Wlliieraunr liuiida Ihla lUth day of BrpleiLbert
A. 1. lei
SII.AS II. WHIOIIT,
JiiHN J IIAIII'KR.
T. A. 1'I.ANTS, Uudfoa,
Mil. 1,1AM K.IIAKTIMIH,
U.TUS A. (A Til Kit,
STATE OK Oil ID, 1
VixrM I'iu-ntv; (
I.O. W. Holland . t l.rk of the Court of Cum
niou 1'ieaa nithiii ai d fur aald c, tuny and Stat
iieieby orlily the f.irciliiK lo lie a I rue copy ol
the .rig'tiMl urder nuw n nie tt my emce.
VitTir.a4 in v liniid and tin .eal of laid
at McA rt Inir, inn -i id day ol
September, A. I). IN7 I
u. VI. iiuubAnu,
Clerk
2.KIIH73 3w
viiTir.a.
f I Cniin i
-j L. 8. Seplem
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
ANDTHlCCHROMI)
Yfl-SEMITE.
Having control of the magnillcent oil chro
mo, Yn tieinito, we are able to orlera comhin
alior. of literary and arnetiR Wov of Ren nine
worm, and at prices tinptecedenieu.
Thia fine copy of a pieee Of Nature', erahd
eat work.ia not prevented in Ihe Usual lim.
lied atyie, tie dimenrione, I4x2ii, making
picture oi very neairaoie iie in uaeu.
AN ORNAMENT TO THE BOOM
graced hylta presence.
Hut a few coiuee of thia beautiful Chrome
will be allowed lo go to the retail atorea, and
tboae will be aold at their
Acton! Retail Price, tO.OO,
which if ordered in connection with our Hag.
ine, both will be furn'ahed for
$1.50.
Aa a premium Uie picture may be obtained
by aeiiJinx ua (wo .ubacriptiona for Ihe Mar
line at one dollai each, or hy subaorbing fo
ihe Mainline two eara in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Address,
WUOI'S HOUSKUOU) MAGAZINE,
Newbuieh.N. Y.
8, E.8H1TE8, Pubhsher. 4aept
HAMDEN MILLS,
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON,
PROPRIETORS
HAITI If EN, O.
TTE have parchaned and fitted tip the
II above miilaand solicit the trade ol the
larmera of thia v cinily.
Ppecinl atteotiorj given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And oare given to please all customers. Mr.
A. A. CUEZRNS, an experienced miller, a
charge ol Ihe mill, and will not tail to deal
Bin anu Hi uriR-ini .ivini:ivi.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
tullT C(Jf ZENS A JOU N80N.
The Most Desirable Ees-
denoe in McArthur.
FOR SJLLE.
I OFFER for tale my residence on Morlh
street. It consisla of a splendid dwelling
house, well rlnirhed, inside and out. with
eight rooms and a good cellar. A goon office
building, .table, wood and coal house and olh
er aeceerarr out-bnildinge. The premises
contain 2 acres, including I acre of vinei ard,
an tnntty lajanng vines; mere are aiso tnirty
hearing apple trees bev variety of grafted
fruit, twenty-five hearing peach tree. beat
bod ied fruit, cherMea, oilinees, plums, sod
variety of small frdll For furiti.r particuier.
Inquire at the ofhee of thia paper, or at the
aremisee. Term eaejf.
B). . LIVULllOUil.
hbhbaTIisi
Nothing is so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting,
' JlIXJD
Nothing will Cive so Much Pleasure
and Profit to the Young and Old o f
The Family as one of those
11
ESTET
II.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0
GENERAL WESTflUtf AGENTS.
Orff.in. delivered to any part of the County
free ol Charge. J. . HI MCIi.
Agent for Vinton Coiily,
Hulbort House, McArtliur, 0.
mi
a
-kT r
lias just recbited a taoW supply of
FALL AND in C
-AT-
PANIC PKIC1ES.
Consisting' of Dry Goods, Heady-made Cloth
ing, Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Notions, &c. Call on me.
TU0& A. MEL LOU.
II sept 187S
TI FfiUIT CMS
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS,
large Stock at Low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick duBt quality.
BBASS KETTLES
PORCELAIN KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
Moue Furnishing O ood
at the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office 31jui
CaSJ
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
I am agent for the sale of
Smith's American,
-oo Wood & Co. 'r,
iSpaiifj's, anil
honingcr Sc. Co. '8
OR G-A ISTSi
am also agent for
. STEISWYS,
DACON & CARR'S,
F. C. EIGHT ACO.'S,
J. F. II 4 R UK & ( O.'S,
AU URADOrUY'SPIAiVOS;
Thia list laclndesall the different grades of
tuanos and brgaq. made, some of them be.
ing excellent instrument at very reasonable
prices.
Daring the vacation or longer, I will offer
theae instrumeots lower lhar Iheyean be',b.
tained elsewhere. I invite my frlenda and the
public generally to examine the Mod: and
r rices ol dealers in the cifi and eleVrhei-e. as
can srlord to and will sell cheaper thar parj'
ties who areal a heavy expense in traveling
about the country with wagons.orare paying
enormous rente and insurance for palatial
stores Not being at this expense 1 will give
purchasers the benefit ol that fact lb making
Mies.
Wive me acall at my reaidettre, and T will
guarantee satisfaction in prices, durability,
.tone and .nish of all inatrUmente sold.. All
instrument warranted in every retpeet tot
fire years
Ministers, diarrhea and StaaeTaf
Schools .applied at lew eat rates.
n. Hi DA RIMES,
High St., tw door west of Marvel,
liu WcARTUUR, O.
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