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SPECIAL NOTICES.
HOLIDAYCOODS
r; 'AT POrH'LAR PRICES, -
Add Mailable Good For
DECDMBBH TRADE
WHOLESALE. .
84 Paint Street,
jdjllLLICOTJIE, 0.
QUEEN SW ARE
... ... . . AII0 ...
II O L ID AY O O O D 8,
NYE ''&MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
. C7 - FJilNT STBET.
CniLLIC0THE)0ni01
INVITE tho itlentioD of merrhnnl and tar
naoeineo to th larue 8i'k of (he aboye ar
tulmjnut reae'ted.-' we "HI eelta fm ry
low at figure lo th trade. Orders solKited
aad promptly attended to. atjtil
N.J. BOWERS,
KESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
McArtht.r, Ohio. , .f
Uui(oD giren to th treatment
of ia natural teeth. ,
J.JDOWKLL, Portsmouth phio,
offers Ao tbs JlerclmtaU anFurna
meu-of Vinton county, a superior slock
of Pry Goods and Notions, oif terms
thf 'most Jaiorable.
lueptiy
Notice to Teachers.
Tiy! BOARD of School Examiners
for )f in too County will meet ut the
Union School lluuse, in MoArthur, on
site 1st, and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April May,' September, October and
Kovembar, .and the 1st Saturday in
Janaary, February, June, July, Au
gust and Beoeuiber, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. (Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
case. A fee of 50 cents ia required
by law from each applicant.
M. It. B. K.vES tli'n Hoard of
,'J.S. IIUUN. VSohool Ex-
L. O.mUMJE, CTk,J
aiuiners.
Howard hunitury Aid AhsocIu
tlon. For ihe Kellefand Cure ol the Erring nnd Un
.' fortuuateo l'rinoidof LhrUunu
Philanthropy.
Sssays od the Errors of Youth, ami the fol
Hm of Atie.in relation to Murrmge mid Social
Evil, with aanitaiy aid tot the attlicled
Sent free, in aoaleJ envelope. A l.lre,
HOWARD AS80UUT10X, Box P, I'l.'.'wl
phis, P.
kvarthuFencampment
:::N0. 115i I.' 0. 0. F.
V.4' .TJ EOUI.ARMestinjxi-nftliiiKn-lVmiiiient
will herfKliPi
xA-'Si-'ld on Hie M'l-vud olid Innt
,Aw Wrdnrsdny eeulna of fn-li
month, dttnaivli m )ther . i.iii'tnrin
wlio niY be iiling 0111 owh ere invile'i to
ttnd. AAllyN WILL, O.l'.
J.iim T. Rrr, ,.
'M.Mrthiir, hVti'v 17. 1870.
SHERIFFS SALE
State (f Ohio, Iloclivg Co., 88.
The First Nutionnl Hnnk of Logan,
Ohm, I'luintiff,
Axainst
Tbnmaa J. Brewer et, al , Defendant.
ix HotKixat'orxTY coi'bt or
i . . , . .'.";
OMMOX 1'LKAS AN tXKt ITIOX
PUBHUANTtntlieomiTin'hd of en fxwn
tioa poud frnin the Cmrt of I'nnininn
Pleeeof Hocking Countjr.end to mediieciH
Sheriff of Vinton County, I will orter for Hole el
the door of the Court HoH, In the town of
1 eArlliur, Vinlun Co-ntv, Ohio, oo
Uviday, the 5th Pay of Jannary.1874
At 4ht hour of 1 oVIook P. M. of mid
dnj. the following described lundi. nnd
lenAmenis, to wit: purt ot .'tmn No. nine
teen. (19) lownnhip No. eleven (tl) rnnite No.
sixteen. (Id) Corr.mK'i.i)r l the non li-wet
eorner of eeetinn I'O. mnetien (IM) end run
ninnwiih the aecllon line mat twenty nine
(MVehftine end eeveoty Hend a hull (7&i)
linin tuaa apple tree one im h in itienieler,
eouth ) eat f link, to a lr h i inrher in
diaiheler, nortn 1 w.'t 3 lintrn, then-e ennlh
SI cbiuiwaodSilinke to a rad onk 14 inrhea
in diameUr. eeroer tree, rhrtnul i inuhee .0
diameter, north SI0 weet S link, llienre wl
i;hain and T6X link Inllie ewtion line,
thenue north pa the section line 61 rhiDand
87)4 links to the nnrtfc-weM corner of eaid
aeiiuon, (he place ol beginninx, containing I8l
1410T- eorea. oe Hie Mine more or li-a.
Appralved ileix Ihouiwnd tirehnn.irerf aad
ten dollars (S.i.610 Oo) and muit bnn:tu
third tt that sum. ,
To be sold aa the property of Thome J.
Brewer to eati.fy an eiecutionJeaued from the
Court of Common Pleas, hb faor or The
Firt Nltonel Hunk orLngiut, llhlo.
fKHMH OK BALE : rnnh in hm.d on the
' sheritl Vinton Couuty.
DeoemSer ltli(,1873. tw
THAT WHICH IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
FEINT AND PBOSPER
.UtHfcBAL complaint 18 being
made by the people that the
SupetTisorj io 'Elk. towiibhip
liavUajljd'tr da any ..work- ou
Xhe'ioait, no'l withstanding a
tax has been levied fur thai
purpose. The grumblings and
mutlerifttriml ibial Jui ject
have, become almost aa deep
s-the nud itself. v ;
i j i v . t.J .
Pbof. Adnlt, of Washing
ton and Jtfleroon College, is
here ependiuj; tbe holidays.
X Mja i M
Wk are under obligations lo
Gideon's or sutiie other hand,
for, a acreage Jast weel ( .
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Railroad.
The foreign lher railroad at
this point wai increased this
week to nineteen tiams. There
is a force working just south oi
Vinton Furnace, but we did
not lern ho large. We un
derstand though it will be con
siderably feiiorced next week
by teams from (he furnace.
The company is doing rapid
and good work: at this point.
Quite a number have paid
in their sobsricptioni so as to
avoid the. paying of interest.
Those who have Tnot ijone so
are reminded that this is, the
last day allowed Iree of inter
est, unless the Ba,uk allows the
three day s of grace as on p rites.
Alter tr, l, two and a balfijcars
will be collectable and we pre
Rpme will be eh'fbrced by Ik.
The easiest and best time til
settle is nou To those who
contemplate eyadiilg payment
by law, if such there be,
have only .to say, tfiht th'ey wjll
oniy succeed in making muiec
essary posts upon themHelve
and the company, and have in
pay it in the end. There is no
way to get Iree ot It. any more
than there is ol a note oi hand
or any other, debt. The validi
ty ol the company's organiza
tion and its consequent ubilil
to collect its dues has been
well tested in the Gallipoli-
conns and there Is no occasion
for our subscribers to repeat
any of those foolish experi
menls. 1 he lair vay is to
walk up and pay it off like any
other honest debt. Your lei
low-ciiizens who have paid
their money have a right lo ex
pect and demand that you pa.
yours without putting them to
unnecessary cost to collect, and
the work to uiirece.'sary delay.
Eifh one subscribes and pays
on the laith ol the whole, ami
all must loe the mark. Now U
the lime (hat. it can be paid to
the best. advantage to the sub
seribr and the company.-
lUR.'tJ. B. Ullums house oi.
the corner ol Mill and Jackson
streets is a fine looking, wel;
fiiiifilietl building uud speuke
well for Mr Uilom's workman.
ship as well us his emeriiie
It is two d( lies high, louiuin
Rfven large rtoms und two
hallfi, ol modern and laMv de
sign, hip roof and bracket cni
niy It is now complete ex
cept the Iront dcor and tran
soms and is a lasting advertise
ment ol Mr. Uilom's ability I J
do good work.
A NtLEoNViLLh, butler lus
been on the rampage here lor
a while past, lie rented a
room Ironi Dr. Doddridge, pay
ing a month's rent in advance;
gave it up before he had occu
pied it, hi ught out Job Lucae,
.made some improvements in
(he furniture, then 'Molded his
4eut like the Arabs and silent
ly stole away." We understand
he is now showing the Atheni
ans'' how to keep a barbe.
8 hop."
TllE following are the officers
elvot of McAathurLn'Ige Ho 865
I. 0 O. F.: S. li Uliom, N. ;.
VYm. J.Ranuells.Y.U ; A. Will.
P. U. C. Jones, It. S ; J. b.
Will, Treas; John P. lAii.kli.
Trustee. They will be installm
next Tuesday evening. Mr. D.
V. Uoilmau, of KiDgstoD, the Dit.
trict Deputy (J rand Master an
be present.
Mr. McCollum, an agent o
the Tension department, w..
here this week inestigatii r
matters connected with tin
department. Kumorhas it th.
the pt Dsioii oi a widow ol
de6ceastd officer of the am.
will be cut off in consequent
The agent however was n
cent as lo the probable rest
of bis visit. .
A man named Wro. Adan
an ore-digger working tor .
Gaskill, hud bis bead bath
cut by a stone thrown by Ai
drew Dye, on the day belt
Christmas, at the Vinton S
I lion grocery,, . ; ' k
Festival.
. The ladies ol the Presbyteri
an Church will hold a festival
at the Court House on Friday
evening, Jan. 2d. when they
a ill smile their prettiest to
those of their friends .who fa
vor them with their patronage.
Tickets,- including supper,' 35
cent3.
Wt will send the Record
and Wood's Household' Maga
zine, -one year for $280, and
make each subscriber a pres
ent of a handsome chxomo of
the celebrated Yr Semite Val
ley.. Wood's is the best maga
zine for. the price in the coun
try, and the chromo is a fine
picture, i Specimens of each
maybe seen at this office.
Tlia McArtLuj Brss Band
gave a public serenade in front
of, the (jpurt House, on the after
noon of Christmas, attracting au
dience. The band has become
one of the permanent fixtures of
Mc Arthur, and is making com
mendable progress under the effi
cient leadership of Mr. Henry
ilorton'
One of the Enquirer's print
ers "enrldhed the coffers of the
own ol McArlhur in the sum
of $12, for the fun of bitting
oneot his fellow workmen over
the head with a rhooting Btick,
las' week. Boys, it won't do;
shooting 'sticks were never
made to pound off each other's
heads off!
Miss Asms Rickey's school
children hud a Christmas tree
at Vinton Station, on Christ
mas Eve. The tree was a very
line one, bore about $125
worth of presents, and the dis
tribution was a very pleasent
affair, attended by most all the
people of the district.
Tub following are the officers
elect of Alt-Arthur Encamp
ment No 115 1. 0. U F.: Paris
ilorton, C I'; M.R. Birnes, 11,
U.; A. W. Ulli.ni, S. W.; J. S.
Will, J. W.; John T. Raper,
Scribe; John P. Dunkle, Treas.
I'liey will be Insialled on
Wednesday evening, Jan., 14.
TiisitK will" be ah entertain
in en I at the School House
Hull lliis, Thursday evt-ning,
lor the benefit ol the M. E
Siindiy School. A small ad
mission lee will be charged
ind ail Hie children In attend
.nee will receive aN v Years
I mem.
It should be retnenibi'red
by all ond people that the
pliih'soplier J. N.. the disinter
ed .'dvocate of truth will de
liver an address at McArlhur,
to-morrow, (Fnday,) evening
Turn out and hear him.
Henry. Ui8iiexbeau the lit
tie barber who has been in the
employ ol Job Lucas for the
past two years, died at Air
Lucas' home last Saturday.
He was a native ol Albany,
Athens 'Jo.. 0.
Hon. Milt Med y got on the
train at Cincinnati one night
lor Chillic'othe and woke up in
timp to get off at Uamden.
Yet Milton wauls lo be Speak
er ol the Democratic House oi
Representatives.
Extra copies of the Record
containing Rev.U.A. Pallister's
tetter to the memberb of the
Christian church at this place
vill be found on sale at Geo.
Sisson's and at this office.
Saiiukl Lomky was at home
ast week on a visit and an
lounces himself well pleased
nth his new borne. He is liv
ugat Springfield, Mo.
. (
Souk land negoteatious are
ow on fool which, if success-
il, will result in the erection
l a furnace at or near Mc
rihur in a 6hort time.
Tbk bos and girls have had
i opportunity to try their
t-w skates during the pabt
eek.
A sew water wliel is being
ut in the mill just south ol
. Aurill send tha Record and the
iicirnati Gaaette to lubaenbus 91M
j for 13.25. ....
Swan Grange,
lThe following are the officers
elect of .Swan Grange. No. 107.
They will be installed on Sat
arday, January 3d, at 1 o'clock
P. M. , The members of Elk
Grange, and the public gener
ally are invited to attend, at
Mt. . Zion church: Fredrick
Frick, M.; Edward Walter. O.;
S. $ Albin, L.; Hiram Johnson,
S.; John S. tVitherspoon, a, S;
Mathias Shurtz, C Chsrles,
Sburtz, Treas; James Faulk,
ner, Sec'y; Fenton Jobason, G
K ; Annie Rinehart,C; Marga
ret Frick, P.; Caroline Norrjs,
F.j Mrs. D. E. Witherspoon, L.
A.( 8., Wm, Earnhart, G. W,
Rmehart, and J. D Murphy, S.
Com.
Tbk Cincinnati Gazette
re
ports a very large holiday trade
in Cincinnati and attributes it
to the unusual amount ot holi
day advertising. . Here the
trade was unusually ' dull; we
believe in consequence ot our
merchants making no effort to
make or push it by letting peo
pie know that they were pre
pared to cater for holiday
wants. The stores generally
bore- tho 1 appearance of Sun
day. Sissons's was the only ex
ceptioti; his store has been
crowded ' to overflowing for
two weeks past, day and night.
Moral if you want trade to be
brisk you must stir around
briskly yourselves, aad let the
people kuow you have some
thing to sell and want to sell it.
Rev. J. B. JobsstoM was in
stalled as pastor of the Presby
terian church at thin place on
Tuesday last. Revs. ii. W
Biggs and Prestley of Chilii
cothe, R. K. Campbell of South
Salem, John Buret t of Pisgah,
J M Gibson o' Jackson, and
Elders Bell of Uhillicothe, and
J. 1. Jolinst n of'Uillsboro
were present and assisted in
the ceremonies. '
At the last regular meet
ing of the Y M. C. A. of Mc
Arlhur it wa.s decided lo hold
a series of . prayor meetings,
during the week of prayer, in
accordance wkh the -dUirsest-ions
ol the American Evangel
ical Alliance, the meetings
to begin Sunday evening,
Jan, 4 h, 1871 and to.coniinue
one rveek. They are . to be
held in the lVabvleria i
church, i Nonius Evans,
Pres't.
N. J. BOWERS, See'y.
Does it Pay?
One ol the Auenis ol The
I'hnstian ai Work, T, De Witt
Talmagc's paper, iccently ol
lamed 380 suliHrriptions in
about eighty hours absolute
work This was great success
to be sure, but Ihe agent had a
fane paper und auperh chromos
to back him. There is room
for more agents of the same
sort. Samples nnd terms tree
Office 102 Chambers street
New York. See advertisement.
JoSEPU II Hit, rpposite the
Court House, Chillirtothe, is pre
pared for the Holiday trade.
tie keeps the largest stock of
toys, fancy rakes, candies, etc,
to be found in the city at whole-
Sale or retail. Parties furnished
with everything required, Oy
sters cheuper than eisewhere,
served in every style, or fur
nished in quantities at Baltimore
rates. Give him ynur orders, or
call on hiui wheu you are in Cbil
licothe.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sack $2.00
Corn .50
OaU 40
Wheat 1.30al.40
Beans 2.002fi0
Potatoes 6075
Dried Apples 1.60
Dried Peaches 3.W
Hav ton 12.00al.00
Uams. countrr i
sujfar cured 15
Smoked Aides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7
Kirirs .20
Butter
Iard
Chickens, live
Hocking Salt per bbl
SHcks "
White Fish... '..
Rio Coffee
Cofiee Sugar
Dftnarara
20
58
15-t.2S
, . 2.40
I5a25
9.00
333.i
..12a.l5
Cuba - .. Vl
New Orleans Molasses 801.00
Sorghuui " .'. 4060
SvrVin 75K.1.0O
I Star ('atidlea. ter lb .25
Tallnw - loa'iO
1 l. country per lb... 66
0l.fK.rV) '
. Cwil wr bua.'V. .. .. ... . .?
I Hoga, dressed, V.4.60 a (
McArthur Market. NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
NOTI1R is hereb al 'hat sealed props
al 'ill tM r eivd at the
AUDrr'SOFFICE,
M'AHTHUR
Vinton County, Ohio,
Until
3 O'OLOCS, P.
. , on
, Monday, January 28, 1874.
! for the building ef
OmOovstsa fisiDsa wiTaStom Aiuraiirr,
Aeross B a Raeeoon, 6reek, In Madieon town-1
hip, at the crotmnx ef iheli.ileekl and Piirk
ard Mill road, near the Kalenki Bttam Mill.
Alao... , .
One Obrtred Bridge with flMns Abotmenta.
Acroaa Big Rand Run la Prowa township,
near th rerfdene of Isaac Keelon. r;
Plans and Speclflcatlona
are on file for inspection at Ire Auditor' Of-,
nee. And th County Commissioner do
herebt In rile
Proposals oiv A,ny Other pirJ
Than those en file art ike Audi to r'e urTir-e. a
th option of bidden: hut propnal na other
pinna are required to be acompnnied with
plana and epecifiratioo. Mttina forth tha
number ot pan,, the Ijngth oHi h, th na
ture, quality and eise of the nialrneie lo he
ud m tin erection of the am the ipvogt h
oi the atruoture wiien ompk't'dlthA'iiate
co.t of the tiexe and tiuperhtriieture, and hIi.o,
whether lbr is an; patent rmht on Hi pro
pnet plxs.aod If ao, owwhal irt, If sol oa
the whole. All proponale ni'mt heaccnmpHii
ied with a bond, in double ihe amount ol such
bid, with at leant two g od snieiiei.'. ,
light la reject an; or all bid.
me uummiminneri.. noweveri reserre me
Br order ot the 'Jommieioner.
W. W. BELFOBn.
Auditor ol Vinton Count Y-
;an.l,lfl74.
RAILROAD ELECTION
NOTICE.
To the Stoctcholkn of tha GnUipotii,
McArthurdb Columbia Railroad t o.:
VTOTIOE Is hereby gen that the annual
L election cf eeven (7) oirectnrH for naid
railroad ooinpan; will be htlJ m Gallipolia,
Ohio,, on
. i - -
Wednesday January 21, 1874
Commencing stnine (n) o'clock in the fores
noon and cloving at four i4) o'o.ock'in I lie af
ternoon of Imid'zlst day ol January, lU7t. ,
S i. CAiioTi
gecrelarrof the OallipoliS , Mc Arthur, A Col-
iiiiihii- Railroad I'uiiipaujr.
December A, IH73.
QEFAT BARGAINS InTiAKDI.
. VAW FOR SALE,
AmA T1TB INK mile ef the M.AC. R.
iicif uK The latin contain fO Hcrce
Hij-il turty acre cleared. Pair iniprove
uienl. A good con I hiink optnand
working. 4 feet bent coal. For a.e cheap.
200 Acres in Ja-kson Townhlpt
tAAtOREH improved. Fair hnuae and el.i
llUble. HHigool timber, good orchard
I7A graded apple, 100 peach, Au cherry and
pear iree.
I will take lljifl for Ihe tract; II 00O In
hand. Liberal term on deferred payments.
Ti'le perlect
Tnis land must sell.
120 Acres in Harrison township,
Gout) .timber land, well watered and near
the raft road.
rule perfe.'t.
Will be sold low. Ifldeo
H. 0. JONErt.
LADIES')
MISSES,
AND GENT'S
FURS
Fur Trimmings!
A NO
SWAN'S DOWN I
A T
Ml.s'K A K'S HAT STORE
PAINT -STREET,
OH I LL1COTHE.
IHdeo 1 873
400 BAUUELS
op
Choice Winter Apples.
Assoited Varieties,
AT
IlE.MtY J. DAILEY
FRUIT STORE,
No. II Main Street. Near Faint,,
CHILLICOTIIEt 0,
WOrder promptly filled.
18dec1K7J
SHERIFFS SALE.
State or Ohio, Vinton Conntft
Will, Brown & Co., Plaintiffs,
Against
A. C. ftowd.et al Defendants.
iw vixtow rorsTT rornT of
COM MUX eLGAH-UllDEH Ot'SALU
"tlURSUANT to the commend of an order of
X aale Ii-nued Irom the court ol t'ommon
Plena of Vintm County, ami to me dir -ted
aaRhenfof raid County, 1 will onVr lor rale
in from of Ihe Court Houi-e In the towu ol
McArthttr.Vlnton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the, 24th "Day of January,
A. D. 1874.
at the honr of 1 o'clock. P. H., of Mill day, the
folluwln; nmcrlued land! and tenemt-ti!. to-wtt.-In'
lot ho. TH In l hi ton of UcAriliui . Ohio.
Appralwd at one hnndred (IIW) dollar, aad
mint bring two-lhirdsoi ihnt uui
To be uld Ihe uroperti of A 0 Doad, t. al
to Htlafy as order of a!, Iniifd fn m the Court
of Com mo Pteaf In atror of Will. Brown t Co.
TtRM or SALE. Cash in band on day of
ale.
GEORGE KALtn,
eherili Viutnn county.
HoarjO.JohTS Atl'y ki rial tiff.
Tbanday Dec. KA. 11)74. t-w
Notice.
XT C. JONE, Adm ioiatrator of tha tte.
li oi m
ana B Jonea, .leoeaned h
acconnl and yo'icher tor nnal
and the same will he for h-oring
day of January. Ie74. at tOoVIo' I
H. B MAYO, P-.Qbi,
ueceinuerxo, un.
Guardian's Notice.
Probate Court. Vinton County Ohio
W
NOTICF! la Keiety glyen lhat
b.'hnns,ae (tnarditn id Wary J.
retta I., fu-nor, minor, ha filed hi
fTiarle
and Ig
nore, ha filed hiaaionnt
with said m inr Vartial eeillrni.nl.
that the heanha thereof ia eat for the Sd
Of January) i
A. IJ. Ie74. t II o'clock, A. M.
Dee. Ut IRt.
n. I. NATO, Probata Jufl
and
day
i
If YOU WOULD COSSULT YOUB
'-' IBTEBEST, '
LOOK AT THIS OFFEH
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cashl
WE OFFER NONE BUT TBB
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
H
O. d
A
O
Xfl
est
$190 organ for.
200 " .
220 " "
3 SO " "
400 ptatio '
MO ' "
600 " "
U. '- - i Mlaletel-S, Chnrrhe and Sabbath
- ' ' ' Schools furnlsbtd at wbokaale rates.
kga " ' 1 '
S v v r , ,W. n, BARNES,
Rn ' '" HUb,9t., two doors west of Market,
fjf) .-''?' ISdW-. -. i UcARTIll'It, 0.
' Holiday (Sodds 2
-AT-
THOS, A. MELLOE'S,;
THE BRICK 82 ORE,
25 A JL IE 8 KM)
In looking for Holiday presents do not forget that Mollor bai just roceiv?.f
a new stuck of goods especially for tbe Uoliduy Trade.
JTiWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS.
IrniLINERY.
QUEENSVARE,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
And a thouannd r.tlicr
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament
JUST RECEIVED EO. TUB HOLIDAY TUA.DE.
Examine my stock and prices before buying.
THOS. A. MELIOR.
ISded 11171
OLD
Combsij
Ilrushes,
Pi'ifiinirry,
Toilet Soaps,
Jewelry,
WatcheSj
Chainsi
Lbckcts,
Bracelets,
Kings,
Tins,
Sets,
Portmonies,
Albame,
Gift 13ooks,
Poems,
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As usual is making his Headquar tev3 at SIS
SON'S, where will te found an endless vari
ety of Holiday presents, suitable, for allagea
and conditions-men, wemen and children.
Main St., second door .west ctf Court House
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Nothing te so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting,
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Nothing will Ciye so Much Pfedfiuro
and Profit to the Young and Old of ' ,
The Family as one of those ;
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D. H. BALD WIN & CO,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,' . ' 1
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0., :
tiENERAL WESTERN AGENTS.
Orgnns delivered Uny part or the County
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