AT POPULAR PRICES,
And suitable Goods For
S. C. SWIFTi
24 Paint Street,
" OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 1'AIXT -STIIET.
CHILLI VO THE, OHIO,
I N V1TR tho attention of merchants and fur
uu.in.a to ) larte aloek of the above ar
a.le.jiisi received. We will sell nt t n very
l.wtst figure, to III trHiict. Order solicited
promptly attended o. Htiil
JILMDFAT 1 1ST,
Particular attention given to the treatment
Mae mural teeth.
i. P. TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
tfcri to tlio Merchants and Fur mice
Meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
f Dry Quoili and Notions, on terms
las most favorable. . 1 'Jenny
Notice to Teachers.
. THE HOARD of School Kxnruincrs
for Vinton County will meet nt the
Union School limine, in McArthur, on
Itt and Sid Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
KottmUr; and tlio lt Suturduy in
Januarjr, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each yeur. Ex
aatinations to couiinenpe lit ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidenco of got.d
Moral character will be required in all
ates. A fee of 50 Rents is required
by law from ench npplimnt.
U. It. I SAUCES Cli'n ) lioiird of
J.H. lllillX, UScliuol Ex-
L. 0. t'liUL'L'K, Cl'k, ) aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. Fer the Relief and fine ol the. Erringnnd Ihi
f.rliiuateoii Principles of Chriatiun
Bnaya on the Kirora of Youth, and the fl
lias of Aie, in relation lo Marriage and Hocinl
Kill., with sanitaiy nil for the ntlliclcd
Sent free, in .ealel envelope. Address,
JIOW.VKD ASSOCIATION, Uox P, I'l.r'vul
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
KiilTI.AK Medina nf this En
Sfff7-' lt.iiiiiiini'iit will lii-roelli-r lie
KTt. lii-lil "ii I lie set-mill mill Uimt
UvV ediirailuy t-y-niuuH of -m-li
ru.nlb. I'strmroha Uu;r eiuuiiii-niiiit-rli.
mar be visiting 0111 nn are inM'ci to
iiixL MIJS vVlUL, CP.
if T. HP. S.
M.-Arihur. I-Vi.'v 17, IVO.
SHE sFF sale
State of Oi.'o, Ilocltvg Co-,ss.
The First Nutinnitl Hank of Loan,
Thiimnn .1. I'rewcr et. al , Defendants.
is iioruixicorxTY corivr or
CO.HMOX ri.KAN.AX HXlXl'TIOS
rlT'tfUA NT In the command of an fxwii
tinn i-siicd from tho Cnnit of Pommon
I'leaaof llni-uinif Cnnnty.nnH to inn .hier-ie I aa
fihori of Vinton Connie. 1 will niter for n1e al
the door of Iho (i.mrt llnise, in the town of
1 cArthiir, Vinton Co-ntv, 0'nn, on
Monday, the 5th Day of January.1874
At the h.mr of 2 o'clock P. M. of snid
day, tha following described Isn.l end
tenements, to writ: p-irt ol section No. nine
teen. (19) township No. eleven (1 1) raniis No.
ixteen (in) Coir nicneine al the nnrth'et
corner of aeetion Ko. nineteen (111) anil run
ning with the aeetion l-nn cal tMcnlv nine
() chain anrt seventy five and a half (7V4)
iinka tu an apple free one inch in ilinmeter.
out Ii r9 eaat 9 link to a beech 2 inrlie. in
ritameier. north Sl"w.-iit J link, thenee annth
61 ehaina an'ialinka to a red onk 14 innhee
in diameter, eorn-r tree, i-heMinut 2 nn-hea
rllnmeler, north 31 weal 8 ink, thence wl
Zti-hain and Iinka to the aiition I n.
thenee north on llie aeelinn lino lit ch;iinand
ni Iinka to the nortn-wel pnrner of faid
aeetion, (he plnee of hettinninr, eontirning ISH
It'lOC Korea, no the .nine more or Ua.
Appmined at ix thousand hve liundred and
ten no'iara iimiu w) ana muai urini:ivo
third. (I tnnt sum.
To be sold aa Ihe propettT nf Thomaa 1
Brewer to aatiefy an exei-ution luaned from the
Cnirt nf Common Plea, in favor of The
Fir-t Nutionnl Hunk of L0Kn, Hhio.
TKRMrt OK 8AI.K : rh in hand on (he
day of wile. (.KORtiK K A I. Kit,
fheriil Vinton County.
December 4th, 1873. 6vr
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO,
n AT INS fitted up our machinery in first
elai-e alyle, we are prep. red to do
OAEDIKG, SPINHIHQ & WEAVING
n ahnrt nolire and in the moat morKrran-
like manner We have on nun i and lor sale
at our factory, a xood aupuiyof
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which we will aell cheap
The Highest Market Fnce in Cash,
rum ior w out.
UOUHTON, DILI. DM A 0,
Alleoaville, Viotuu C O.
EHtate o f Jolin Dunkle,dec'd
Probata Court. Vinton Count, Ohio
UToriCZii hereby uiveu that Beneon Dun
iN kle.u guardian ol lolra ihiM.ilM.-eaeed
baa ililed hi. actounta licinn lor final aelile
meot,and that Iheaaine la set lor hearing oa
the Joib day ot ueueuijerra,. u. ustt, at in o
deck A. M. U. B. MAYO,
Peeember 4, 187. ww
Ath .tiistunBts ravened al fair HF
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
Wanted a girl 10 do gener
al housework in a small family
Enquire at t h i 3 office.
Grand Uat lluut.
It was agreed by a number
of citizens who met at Dan.
iVill & Bros last night tbat
bey would commence an ac
live war against the rats about
their premises by means ol
poison, traps and hunting, on
Monday, Dec. 22J, snd contin
ue it throughout the week, in
Tiling the co operation of all
the citizens of the town. Ar
rangements will be made to
give a premiumn to the person
securing the greatest number
of rut bcalps. It is believed
that if the citizens generally
lake hold cf this movement
vigorously it will result in a
saving ol several hundred dol-
ars worth ol property which
Ihei-e mischievous little pests
waste every winter.
Somk excitement was raised
ast week by "mysterious rap-
pingu" heard about the resi-
ence of Mrs. Wm. U. Baird-
A loud noise, as of pome per
son pounding on the wall, was
leard lor several nighis in suc
cession by the family and by
persons who were there lor the
purpose of testing the matter.
hey were unable lo detect the
cause of the noise, and on Sat
urday night a lurge number ol
citizens visited the house to
lelp ?o!ve the mystery, but he,
he, or it failed to perform. Mrs
ii iird is no believer in spirit
ualism or any other supernat
ural manifestations, and is
greatly annoyed (hit she hus
been unable to detect the caue
of the noise. At present, how
ever, quiet In a returned.
At a meeting of Elk Grange
'airons of Husbandry last
Saturday Ihe following officer
were elected fur the ensuing
vein: Wm. JN. Enirland. M
1. 11. Swaim, O; D. V. Ran-
nellH, L; linos Winters, Sec;
ilnrve.v. Rabbins, Tres ; Jutiifs
Dennison, Chaplain; Geo
Wriizel, S; Samuel R. Bay, A.
S;Mrs. D. V. Rannells, L. A
S; Mrs. Wm. N. England, F.;
Mrs. S. B. Ullom.O.; Mrs E. T
WmleiP, I'; Ephraim Hunter,
There will be a meeting
next Saturday evening lo mak
rungement8 for a festival
and installation of officers
whi'-li will take place on Fri
day evening, Dec 19.
The road from here to Mc
Arthur Siution is almost Im
nassible. It is to 'be hoped
i hut the laud owners along the
ine ot the new road will not
interposs to delay its comple
tion; tor ii there is any road in
this world that is harder to
travel than the road to heaven,
it is the one froiri herd to the
Stbtion. It nut only wastes
the time, money and horse
llesh for all persons who are
compelled to travel it, hut it
has given our town a bad name
throughout the State, and art
ed as a dampener to riiscour
nue persons whd would other
wise have settled here and
made their home with us.
Wk'd credit the following
good thing, if we knew to whom
the credit is due, but in lieu of
the credit we' dedicate it to
Mackey, Clarke, and Ihe rest of
iho "boys:1' "The drummers
came down like wolves on (be
fold, their toes were all frosted
their noses all cold. Their
weather peeled bugles soon
shone through the town; they
gobbled the money and salted
it down, then took a few orders
and lit out ot here, with iln-ir
heads full of business and skins
lull of beer.
I t the last examination ol
teachers the following named
persons received certificates
For 12 Months. D.V.Dowd,
T. M. Buskirk, O. W Uudion
J. W. Walker and B F. Alban
For 6 Montht.U. G. Clay
pool and L O Walker.
Ed Record. Wilkesviile has
been aa unfortunate oomma
niiy in the line of accidents
during the last few tnonlbs.
In July last Mr. Agrippa Wells,
well known throughout our
county, fractured both bones
of the legs near the ankle
lie has now recovered, with a
perfect limb, which is remarka
ble considering his age anil the
character of Ihe fracture.
Within the last few weeks,
Mr. John Davis, aged 90 years,
and Mr. Uarry Branch, (aged
66, have each fractured the
head of the femur or thigh
bone. Dr. Win. O. Cline, who
has had charge of all the e
cases, reports that he has
dressed eight fractured bones
einee the 20' h of July, all of
which are doing well.
REPORTER. Irrelative Standing of the Pupils
in Hamden High School
in Hamden High School for the Term En Jug Dec. 5,
John Hofflilne 00
Tlioiims ritig 09
Alvlu McKlimU IH
Allle L. Ki.bbtiis OS
no er liobliins 1(1
A aa ion Itolb .8 19
,r.i 1 iiiiieitiu Wi
V. Kiiebel. r5
W.l). l'alne 81
Ot'orgw Smith 84
Anna McivliinU uu
Emma llekett 08
Nellie Cnzzens OS
Muuuii' t'arrael OS
Amanda P'uiik. Ou
Clara Wiitkina 00
.Mary Tliomiii 00
llattio C'r.tnii-r 0-'
Clara l'alne 03
Flow Laker 01
Orpliu MiKimils 01
Annie NorrU. . w
Amanilii lleskctt , 00
Fauiiio Joliuson 00
R. M. STEELE. Principal.
I'resT LASQLty is in town.
and reports railroad mat ten in
gcod shape Mr. Snyder and
Mr. Watkins of l'hitadelpliia,
aro also here, looking after the
interests ot the proprietors ol
the Vinton Furnace property
1 1 ouneclion with the U. McA.
St 0. R. R.
A Ukutifcate of Inc irpora-
tion ol the Vinton ooai anu
ron Co. has been filed in the
ecorder's office. W. II. Lang
ley, E. L DeWitl and It. U.
lofTman are the incorporators;
capital btock, 50,000; principal
office, Vinton Furnace.
We copy the lollowiug epi
taph on olJ Thirty-five rer
Cent, bv request:
Ht-re lies old tltlrty-flve pt-r cent.;
The inure lie made the more be lent.
The more lie got the more he craved.
The more he. made the more lie shavi'tl.
(J reat Uod 1 can sucli a soul be saved 1
Suerilf Kaler started to
Columbus on Tuesday, having
in custody Miles and Rulu
Gilpin, sentenced to Ihe Peni
tentiary lour years for horse
Mr F E. Adams, who has
been employed on the Enquirer
during the past year, has gone
lo Linndate, Cuyahoga county,
to take the management and
editorial control of the Enter
On Tuesday night there were
thirty men in town from New
York, who are about lormiug h
C ial com ratty to operate it
Wellston. They came down 0
see the furnaces at this place.
The hack will make but one
trip to the" Station until there
is an Improvement in the con
dition of the road.
Conundrum Said a boy:
"That chap, readers, is riiy
brother, and this girl is his sis
ter and yet she is no relation
of mine." Answer The boy
Elder J. P. Ewinq will
preach at the Christian Church,
onSiturday evening, and also
on Sabbath morning and even
Harvey R-buns has been
swoin in as Trustee, vice James
B. Johnson, moved out of Ihe
township. A good appoint
ment. Dan vers Pierce, John Hul
bert and 11. o. Sutherland are
visiting McArthur, their old
Boys, get ready for the grand
rat bant week after next. The
one Jseouring the most scalps
will get a fremiuto.
"Mother Let the Angels In,"
is the title of ii charming riew
song and chorus by R.S. Cran
dali; published by T. W, Uel
mick, mu8io dealer, 278 West
Sixth St., Cincinnati.'
Brick aVomerot wants us to
say tbat he is still in New
York, publishing his Democrat
at $2 per year. To which we
will add that the paper is well
worth the money, notwith
standing its abominable poli
Vick's Floral Guide for the
first quarter of 1871 is on our
table. It is gotten up in the
finest style of typographical
art, contains 500 illustrations,
inl is an invaluable compan
ion to lovers of flowers. Ii its
now published quarterly at 25
cents per year. See advertise
ment in another column.
Mary Mapks DoDae, success
ful editress of the children's
department of Hearth and
Home, has accepted the posi
lion ot editress of Scribner's
new magaaine for children, St.
Nicholas. With Scribner &
t'o. for publishers and Mrs.
Mapes for editress St. Nicholas
is bound to be a family favor
ite, for the older ones as well
as for the little ones,
T. B FetkiisoM & Bros., Phil
adelphia, are getting out a neW
and cheap edition of tVilkio
Collins works. "Basil; or, the
Crossed Path," the eight vol
ume, is now on our table.
Wiltde Collins is one of the
most popular authors of Ihe
ige, and the typographical ap
pearance of this edition of his
works, notwithstanding ils
cheapness, is excellent, the
type being large, paper heavy,
and the press-work equal, per
haps superior, to many higher
Attention is directed to the
a Iverlistmeiit of Grossiua'
latent School House Stove,
lor which J olid Ivellhofer, No
Main St., Chillicoihe, is sole
auent for Vinton and Ross
counties It is the best stove
we know ot for the purpose
or which it is advertised, as ii
heats all parts of the rooms
alike by forcing a circulation
of the warm air, so that those
who sit cl ise lo the stove are
not kept uncomfortably warnl,
. In le those sitting in remote
parts ot the room are suffering
with cold. It is simple in con
"truclion, will outwear a dozen
irdinary stove, is economical
in the use of coal, and, above
all, will promote both health
and comfort. It has been adopt
ed by the schools of Cincinnati
and other cities and towns, and
took the flrtt premium at the
Many of the papers are ob
jecting to the appointments on
ihe House committees. We do
not xee that the appointments
ould have been bettered mu h
w ih a just care for the inter
ests of the people.
TliE teleerapn brings numer
ous sensational dispatches on
the Cuban question, but every
thing in reality appears to be
moving along quietly to d sat
Prrstley Tripp and Floretta Slny;
Sanford B. Ullmn and Allle Winters
Oscar Vanbtbbur and Margaret VV 11-
Levi Goodrich rtnd Nancy Zieglcr,
Flour, per sacit 12.00
Outs...; . 4U
Beans .... 2.00(32.50
Dried Apples l.'io
Dried Peaches .. .. 3.'M)
Uauis. country 12)4
' guiTitr cured 15
Smoked ldes -10
Pickled Pork 7-8
tJliickens, live 15.i.23
llocklng; Salt per bbl 2.40
Sucks ..." 15a25
White Fish 9
Klo Coffee :. 2530
Demurara " v..l2a.l5
Cuba - 12J
New Orleans Molasses 801.00
Sorgflutn " .4U50
Star Candles, ner lb..
Soap, country per lb. ........... 5a6
Oat. per bus ... ... . "8
Hogs, dress, 8.00
- A WEEKLY PAPER TOft
DOLING FED PL
ra'HR COMPANION anna to be a favorite in
J every family loo ted lor earerly by the
young folka, and read with intereat by the
older. It" purpone ia to intereat while it
amuaeai to be indieioua praeijeal, eenaihle:
and lo hive really permanent worth, while it
attract, for the hour.
It ia hnU'iiomely .illualrated and hn for
contributes aome. of the moil atinictive
writers in the country. Anioi;g t hee are .
Kdward F.aalratnn, Dr. I. Hayri ,
ProLJamre De.Ylilie, I.ouiaa I,'. Monltei,
l.ouiaa M. Allrotl, '-Sophie May,"
Ktbrcra II. ln,vU, '. A Mephena,
('. V. t'lnmlera, ILntb ( healerrlelcl,
H. H. Kobbinn, ill A. Ilrunlasa.
It- res ling ia adapted lo old and young, Ii
very taried in ita character; apritjlilly and en
terta ning. It Rivea
gtorlea of Advcu- Itrllslana Arlielra,
lure, (iinrira of Home A:
Letter of Trel, Nrhonl I.ITr,
Kilitoriula mionCur- Tulea, I'oriry,
ri-n Topica pteliictlona Tor Dec.
Iliatorlrnl Artli lea, Inmiilioii,
Itinurnphicnl Mkef Anecdutea Paxzles,
cbea, I-'HCIaniicl turlileuta,
8UHI-ORIPTION PRICK, sum. Specimen
copiea aent tree. Addrer,
PERRY MASOr &C0,
11 Temple Place. Boston. Mass.
Tillies lor Holding I'ourfii in
Ihe feeveuMi Judicial
1-)l'RSrANT toaiillimltycr lnw.lt la hereby
. unlil-eil Ihit the aeveriil leinM nf llie INill.'t nf
I'ii'Iiiimiii 1'lea.ian I the IliHtrirt C-urt wilhiu and
fur tlm bVvenih Jmliiial llislrict fur Ilia year
1ST! be held at the dun-, rulluwiui;, lo wil .
WathlnRton, ArlI9; Melga, AprlllS- Gillla,
April In; l.awreiu-u, A if il at; Seioln, April -3;
1'lka, April '.'7; Terry, Annual -J4; Full t)i lit, An.
tuat 7; ItiK-kiii Auiiuiit :il; Ailiena,4-pttiilnir
J; Yluliiu, .seileuiUr 7; Jackaon, Svpltiiiber I).
Court ofConiuion Ploaat
Perry janinry Si!; May 4; Septenin'r 28.
lliK-klni? Ki-ln nary Hi; May 2fl; Ocluler 19.
I'aliltelil Jhirili U; JmiuH; Nureinbertf,
T.norenee Junuarr 27; Mav S; September ii;
Ki.ito-Marrli'2; Juno I; Uclnlwr 19.
JiirkaciiKi-liiuiiry TA May ri; O. lober 13
Pike Mur.-h at; June it; Noveinlier 17.
Yli ton February V; M.iy 5, Septeiub.r 14.
Oal'l Febriiury t April 27; September 14.
Alritra l-'etiru-iry -j:1; 3lay 14; October ft,
Wai-hliigton Mairh '; .May 21; (iclolwr 18.
Atliciu Miireh 2J; Juno II; November 111,
Ami It l lunlier unlend that due recnril and
piiblliutlou oflhu foieguiug bo made according to
SVIInoas our lunula tltia lot Ii day of Si-pttu.ber,
A. 1), 157'. . .
HII.AM II. WIIIOIIT,
Ji.ilN .1 IIAItl'Kll.
T. A. PLANTS, VJiiJji-a,
II.1.IA 11 MIASTIM.S,
1IASTL'8 A. UUIIIU1K,
statk ok Ohio', 1
ViNToa Coi'xty; aa. J
1,U. W. HoilKiid , lerk of tli Court of Com.
moil Plena within and for aaid cunty and Mat
beieby C'rti Iv the foregoing to be a true copy ol
the original onlar now on tlio ii my oltlee.
itnf.84 my liniol anil Uu kh1 or aalil
Court at Mi-Ariliui'. thii li d day of
September) A. I. It7:l
O. W, HOLLAND, ,
Worth and Beauty,
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
Ilavinir control of the mrtanilloent oil ehrn
ino, Yo Semite. e life able lo ollera Niiiibin
Htim. of liternry andariiatiR wor of genuine
worth, ami nt pru-ea uiipiei-eU'iited
Tina (Inecopy of a pieee of Nuture'a grand
eat work, ia nut presented in ttie uaiial lim
ited etyle, ite dimension, 14x2(1, making a
pii'ture ol very deniriiMe "iae in ttaelf.
AS OltXAMEMT TO THE ROOM
uraeed hv iti preaenee.
nil, H ii-w i-i,,iei. ui mi. iienmiini . iinini"
will 'hi allowed to go to the retail atoms, and
llioae will be aobt at their
Actntil ltctnll Price, 8(1.(K),
which if onle'eii in connection with our Mug1
initio, both will be ftirn'ahed lor
As a premiimi the picture may he obtained
ly aenuing ita io aiiiiai-ripiinna ior i lie mug
eitie al one doilat ench, or by auhacrbing lo
the Magntine two veura in advance, at cue
dullar per annum, aii'tieaa,
WOOI 'S HOUSEllOLl' MAGAZINE,
S, E.SHt TES, rubhsher. 4sept
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
II AM hi: , O.
IITR have ratchafed and fitted tip the
y V above nulla and aolicit the tiade ol the
burners of thia y-cinily.
Fjiecial attention given to
And care given to pleaae all customer.. Mr.
A. A. COZZKI8, an experienced niiiler, haa
charge ol llie mill, and will not lail to deal
fairly arid give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
Oh hand an I for sale at
LOW EST MARKET PRICES.
tuilJ COZZEK3 JOUNHON.
The Most Desirable Ees-
deuce in McArthur,
I OFFER for tafe fny residence on rth
atreel. It conaiais of a splendid dwelling
house, well Itniahed, inside and out. with
eight rooms and a good cellar. A gona office
budding, stable, wood and coal houseandotli-
r naooaaarv oiii buildinua. The premiaes
.nni.m aprea. indtidinu I acre of vineyard.
I ailthrillv Hearing tinea; there are alao thirty
C'8 , hearing apple Ireea-beat varisty of grafted
fruit, twenty-rive lanng peach trees ueai
bud-led fruit, cherries, quincea. plums, and
variety of arrtalf Iruit rorftirther particulars
inquire at Ihe oflice of this paper, or al the
premises. Terms easy,
deewmin 8. 8. fJoLLISOII.
SCALIS FOR SALE
STOCK and Orefiwales as good as new, for
aale at tery low price. Call on
Expbribncb will teach any man tba
it is advantaueous to patronize thosi
As usual is making his Headquarters at SIS
SON 'S, where will be found an endless varij
ety of Holiday presents, suitable for all ages
and conditions men, wemen and children.
Main St,, second door west of Court Housei
Nothing is so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting
Nothing will Give so Much Pleasure!
and Profit to the Young and Old of
The Family as one of those
D. H. BALDWINS CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
153 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0.,
GENERAL WESTERN" AGENTS.
Organs (lelivciTd to any part of tiie County'
li ce ol Charge.
lias just rocoived
fall m mm
Consisting of Dry Goods, Ready-made ClothJ
Ing, Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Notions, &c. Call on me.-
'Jlim A. MELL0R.
I am sgent for the sale of
(.ro.Wooil & Co. 'a,
SlvoiiiiigCl A: Co. '8
0 IR, Or A. FS:
am also sgent for
F. C. LIGHT & CO.'S, .
J. F. IliKKI & (O.'S, .
Axo im tDiiiKi'sPiAXOs;
This list includes all the different grades of
piano, and organ made, some of them be,
Ing excellent iuetrumenta at Tery reasonable
IMuing the Taxation or longer, I will offer
these inalrumenta lower than they can beob-.
tnined elsewhere. I invite my fslenda and the
public generally to examine the slock and
price, ot dealers in the citi inn elsewhere, as
1 can allnrd tnand will aell cheaper than par.
ties who are al a heavy expense in traveling
about the country with aagnna.or are paying
enormous rents and insurance 'or palatial
stores Not being at this expense 1 will give,
purchasers the tasucflt ol that fact in making
tiitemeaoall at my resilience, and 1 will
guarantee aa'isfaction lo prices, durability,
tone sod Iniah nf all instruments sold. All.
in-trnmenta warranted in every respect for
Ministers;, Chnrcbe. and Saada
School, supplied at luwest rates.
n. r. ii v i: es,
H igh St.,
Toilet Boxes, w
Etc, Eld., Etc:
J,V Ill hlCIt,
Ajrciit for Vinton Conty,
Ilulbert limine, McArthur, O.
a new 6upply of
two door weal of StarJet,
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