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NORRIS. TO THE LADIES OF HAMDEN
AND VINTON COUNTY, OHIO:
- .1 would ruptctfully antwo.no that I
art) opened Nat Millinery Store, in
the room lately occupied bj r. .flur-
Umkav in iamda, Ohio. . . -
BUaehing, Pruning and Coloring
done to orr. 7Vimm(2 Good kept
In itock, eombinin the terj Laleit
and J?m SfviM.
1 am prepared from experience to
give entire eatUfaetion in the Butinue
W Mantua Making.
All cutting done to ortfer and a fit
rarronud in all liulanoi, or the yoodg
-Vul be Data for.
"By impartiality and elrktutentinn
In iSutincit I than enaaor to please
' all euefatmeri. and will be ry thank
Nl for all the patronage extended me.
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
PRINT AND PROSPER
J. P. TO WELL,. Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchant and Furnace
men of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Drj Goodi and Notion, on terms
the most faTorahle. lueptly
RESIDE T DEN 1 1ST,
Partuiutar atteulion gi.ea to the treatment
eflu. natural teih.
PPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
- 7 FAINT UTIIET.
CIIILL1VO THE, OHIO,
IaVITB Inn tl ntion of merchant and lur-
naneinea to lh large eiwk of th bo ar
lljiil recoirad. We will mil al I i aery
loarat flguree In Ihe trade. Order (nliuited
Bad promptly attended o. 4Ul
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in .McArlhur, on
the Ut and 3rd f niurduys of March,
April, May, September, Oclober and
November, and the lt Suturdtiy in
January, February, June, July, Au
glut and December, in each year. E
aminationa to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
eaues. . A fee of 50 cents ia required
. by law from each applicant.
J4-. U. UAU.xEa t'U'u I Hoard of
J.S. mitIN, VSohuul Ex
L. O. rEHL'UE, Cl'k, J ami tier.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
. ' tlon.
For lh Relief nd; Cure ol the Erring and Va
Jbrtuoataon Priuciplna of Cbriatiaa
Eaeay oa the Error of Youth, and the
lie of Age, " relation to Marriage aad Social
Erila, with Moiinijr aid for the afflicted
lent free, in ile.l envelop.. Addrea
HMVAttO ASHOCl iTIHIf, Bug P, W.r'ludl
NO. 115. 1. 0. 0. F.
.t-,..' T KlilM.AB Meetini:enfihia En
'(&V,niiiiieiil will hermller be
r.v-zt- n-w "n me errana ana iaa
wr Memlnv eveuinaa at nirii
Baaalh. I'atnurvh t lllier mrnnipnirnl
who mar be nailing om jiui are in itff to
attend. PARIS ItUlUON, CP.
Joan T. Rami, 8.
McArthur. Fvb'ir 17, lJ0.
The Favorite Fiue-Cut
a'H 5 '-Chewer.' Choice, it now taking Hie
lead Dl all other Urnnrie. UHghl in color,
tie Mat ia tare, tough Unit laenaff III i'li.,
Hi tobacco fxi- ererv qtiMiijr to euit
heart', aaa eeH lij the W Hund hsrlret
ftillT ln cheaper per pound, than any other
ar.nqoi ine aame xrane ana norn.p lea.
tu.llt. - UU tuckeU of Ihia releMaMil Imnil
hare Waa. aolil in Chilliooihe afone Mthia
the lent two nwrtlis and trnn attH irmv.
Ing. "fry if HCHJiKrER KRAMKR
Vliillteothe, Ohio, are the MaMiiaettirerti
agent, aart nil at loaeat factory Pncea.
DIIIjON. HOUSTON & CO.
HAVING Kited np our rnarhlnery in Drat
nlaf atyle, ae ar prep.reil to do
CAEDING, 8PIS5INQ 4 WEAVING
a ahort ajntiea and id the moal aoriipan
lik maaar. We have on hand and for aale
1 our boiory.ajtoort aupulyof
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
" Vhkh wa alii aell cheap
the Highest Market Price ia Cuh,
. Jaid for Wool.
-'HOUSTON, DILLON a 0, .
ina Altea.nlle, VmtouO.O.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
flATHiE, O. ( ;
WE bare parchaud and II Med np the
above mifU aud Mlieit the trade ol in
farmer oflbi roinily.
, " -'. i
Special aluatien ritm to -
A. A. UOZZENS, aa experienced miller, ha
charge of th mill, and will not au! to deal
fairly aid giv gaatral aatufaction. .
Flour. Hfl onrl Feed
i - . . ..
Oa hand aai for kale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
tullT C0ZZENS4JQH1O0K .
THE VINTON RECORD.
OWolal Organ of Vinton County.
the ladies ol McArlhur have
beeo actively engaged durirjg
the past week in organizing a
movement for a temperance
reform, and everything being in
readiness, on Wednesday room
ing some forty ol our leading
ladies marched from the M. K
Church to the saloon of John
Jones. They asked Mr. Jones
to sign a pledge to quit selling
liquors. lie told them that he
could hot. Alter some time
spent in prayers, singing and
entreaty they left, visiting all
the other saloons where a like
programme was followed They
were everywhere treated cour
teously, and although none
signed the pledge, the ladies
feel encoui aged; that their vis
its hare done good, and that
they are bound to triumph in
the end. Horace Redd psked
time to 'Cousider the matter,
and said he would give them
an answer this tnoraiug. Mrs.
Weisenberger wanted to quit,
but had no other way of sup
porting her fatuily; she told the
ladies if they would help her
to get rid of her present stock
and get a stock oi groceries.
and would patronize her she
would quit. Patrick O'Keefe
had promised (Lew at a pie
vious inteiTitw that he was
willing to quit if. the test
would; that he w a d enter
into a bond ct $500 to sell
no more liqtor if the other
dealers would agree to quit,
and when the trade was dried
up he would subscribe $25 to a
turn to prosecute any man who
attoinpted tore open tletruflic.
J. J. Sliockey made a promise
similar to the above, we under
The ladies are terribly in
earnest in tins matter and
mean to win not by force, but
by persuasion, prayer and per
severance if it takes all sum
mer. They feel the responsi
bility ol their situation keenly,
and many left, the church on
their mission in tears. At the
saloons their (earn flowed freely
in response to the prayers, and
Mime of the saloon keepers
knelt with them and others
were directed to trars.
Human nature can't stand
this kind of a warfare long
Sooner or later the saloon
keepers will yield!or they are
not men ol ston , and they
may as well yield graoelully
and at once go at some other
business. There is room tor
all in business that is not hurt
ful to themselves or the com
Auxiliary to the ladies
movement upon the saloons
quite a number of our citizens
have pledged themselves to ab
stain from the use of all intox
fcating drinks during the pres
ent yeT.- The druggist have
also written the ladies com
raittee saying that they are
not selling and will not sell
1iuor as 'a beverage; and at
the temperance meeting on
Tuesday evening the physi
cians' joined in sending to the
ipeeting a pledge that tlivy
would not prescribe alchoholic
liquors except where they be
lieved it to be absolutely nec
essary. " The moral sense of
the community is pretty well
aroused, and while there is not
much excitement, there U a
quiet 'determination that there
rnust be a reform. .
Since the above was in type
we. learn that Mr. Jonei has
expressed . his desire to com
ply with the request of tilt la
dies, and ..would like , too see
bis' way out of the business
without too great financial
Thursday The ladies have
repeuted their progrmmme of
yesterday, and Mr. , Rt dd has
closed out his liquors to Wolf,
earce , & Con druggists, and
signed the pledge to abstain
from the business, and the
druggists have signed a pledge
drawn up by J the jRev. Mr.
Johnson more binding if possi
ble than that of yesterday, ; i
: Tpi Council had a meeting
last Monday evening at tht
call of the ladies' Temperance
League. The presented a pe
titfon for the suppression- of
two alleged gambling bouses
On investigation it waa dis
covered that there was no or
dinance for the suppression of
gambling, and Capt Delay, Mr.
Arnold and Horton wefe ap
pointed a committee to draft an
ordinance and presenl.lt to a
meeting of the Council next
A resolution was also passed
looking to the extention of
the corporate limits so as to
embrace the whole of the
school lot " ' '
This is the first full meeting
of the Conncil that has been
held since the members were
sworn in, and we warn tht) la
dies that il they mean busi
ness they must kind of see to
our venerable city fathers be.
ing on hand at the meeting on
next Monday evening. They
are a good representative body
of cilizens when they can b
gotten together. and have any
amount Of backbone. Theri
only drawback is that they are
roubled with inertia. The 1
dies must do a little lobbying
to get them up into the coun
cil room, and then all will be
well. They will Immediately
assume the dignity and decis
ton compatible wi'.h the char
adter of fathers 6f our village.
and may be depended opon to
do their duty.
Mi. Felton has notified al
his numerous customers that
hereafter be intends to sell tor
cash only. In li ia circular he
sets forth the reasons which
prompt his action at length
and promises a reduction in al
prices, and to sell lower than
any house that carries accounts
losing interest on investments
at both ends, to say nothing of
losses by bad debts. lie ha
marked down all his goods in
accordance with his announced
programme, and is also in re
ceiptor a new stock of season
able goods which, are to bo
sold at the very-lowest cash
Financial Record of the G,
Financial Record of the G, McA. & C. R. R.
the months of the
panic September, Octt ber
November our railroad com
pany has done what but few
companies in the country has
done paid off its men; and
now ihe December pay roll is
paid off. Tins is a good record
for our company and something
ol which we may well feel
proud. There are yet several
subscribers who have not paid
in their stork, and it ia mat
a I . .1. II
ler iney Biiouia neglect no
inger. The company is posh
ing the work and the subscrib
es must come up with the pay
for the mn."
At the election of Directors
lor the GjMcA.&C.RR.held
on Wednesday of last week, the
old Bo trd, except Mr. Htthn,
who decli ed, wer re eleced.
Mr, Bancmit of Vinton Fur
nace ws elected in Mr'. Huhn's
place. Near y tin full vote of
the stock was cast, and so
unanimous were ihe stockboH
ers tlmt there was, hot one
scratched or opposing ticket.
Rumor baa it that the Ladies'
Temperance League is about to
buy out Harmon Lo wry and
run a blacksmith shop, with
John Jones as blacksmith,
Jtft Bhockey. as blower and
Horace Redd as striker. Jeff.
says he has engaged Lafayette
Raynor as clerk and book-keep
J. A. Fkltoh has just return
ed from the city With a nev
stock of good. . It is to be re
meuibered that be' is now set
Ing for cash only slid offeriru
such prices as he never bfferei
before. ' ,1 ' ' ,
Will 4 Co., Zaleski, hav
just received a new stock o
dry goods and groceries,, an
r (offering bottom; prices t
.i customers. ' ' '
A artniec areata Inert ed at faJr yrfce
mmmmimv i Mivi. ii .iaa
Ti Gommissieners at their
called session on Monday let
the bridges over Big Band Ran,
at Keeton's and .over Raccoon
at Zaleski Steam Mill to Rich
ard D. Edwards, of Vinton, Gal
lit Co., the first at $500, and
the latter at 11,375, both
bridges to be completed by
LiriTSTTB R&TN0B isbuild-
ing. a kind of patent double
back action concern: on -the
west tide of the Court House.
There is a difference ei opinion
as to exactly wbat-U is,; but
public opinion is settling. jtito
the belief that it is a Jba. f hi-
. r ' 4
Dam'; WiLt ; & BWa ,Ww
stock is all in and open for in
spection and sale. They cling
to their bid motto 'of 'quick
sales and small profits, keep
good goods, 4 large stock, and
do' not allow themselves to be
undersold.. "' '
ave receivea .a wei
written communication, What
Readest Thou," etc., which" is
consigned to( the. waste-basket
because the .wrier Jailed", id
furnish his or her. name..
The Logan -papert tslrqpld
not hide their light bdeV a
bushel. We would like. toee
them stir op their people, for
the railroad, but we. can't, get
them to say a word. Wake dpi
gentlemen. 1 ' .';;'.'
Ir you want to see something
hands m and stylish in dress
good, calicoes, etc., drop in
and see Dan. iVill & Bro.'s new
stock, just received,
We will send the Record
and Wood's Household Maga
zine, one year for $2 80, and
make each subscriber a. pres
ent of a handsome chromo of
the celebrated Yo Semite Val
ley. Wood's is the best pa gat
zine for the price in the po"an
try, and the chromo is,a fine
picture. Specimens of,' each
may be seen at this pffjee', ''.,'.
ExriBiKNCi will teach any injndiat
it is advaottxeotif 4o, patrotute-'tbo
wboadrertiae in neirarmpflrr" ' '
a . " -i ,
Wi will nend the Keeord'and the
Cincinnati Gatotte (b aubacritjers one
year fur $3.25.
' ajaa i .' .
If you need any dres9 goods
don't fail to examine Dan. Will
& Bro's new stock .and prices
before purchasing. .1
At Augusta, Illinois. January 18tli
of general dropsy. Eliza Ophelia Tarr.
daughter of Anthony L. and E;Beard.
The deceased was born In VlttUm Co,
Ohio, October 3d. 1851.' nnd.coiiarqent-
ly, was aged 2s years, 3 noritis and
13ditys. - ' .. , .
Daniel P. Ankrora sod Francis Vlr-
John Trimmer and ITarrlet leich.
David Morris' and Samantha Jane
Henry Newman and Adella Eby.
Simpson Hanson and Mary. Walker.
Luther W. Breeg and Fannie Clatk.
Joseph' Power and Cynthia Ann
Gaits. v . '
George Curry and Julia Crowcli,
Solomon Guff and Mary Dowd.
Utrara B. Hawk and Sarah M. bob
bing. , -
Peter Ruah and Lucy tliitler ..;
Robert Ross and Eliza J. Mitchell.
William Clinton Shyiler and Sarah
Lyle.' ' , .' . - .
Wllllam A. Bartsroft and Leah . P.
Shrtner. . ' -. j. , tA .
Flour, per sac.... .........Iiiod
Corn ileal per bush iQ
Com .....;.,,.WV.,...i;..; '.. .60
T, "" " 40
Beans .. ; v. ... t , ; V. ; .WW 2. 0
Potatoes ut i.i fioraJs.
Dried Aprle.Vn.riir.'..i..': .1.60
suear cured .15
Smoked tildes.. .. it. ,.4. ........ .10
t eeae 20
Jird : M
fallow. , .-. J)8
hickens, live......: 16.25
locking sialt per bbl 2.40
acks . 15a26
Vinegar, cider...... 40
viute Fish ft.00
Vlackerel ....i .10
io Coffee 83(333
fea ; ..........L00aU6
oft'ee 8urar.' 15
VellowC a ... HX
iew Orleans Molasses.'....'. .SOatDO
orgtium ; 40A90
Ur Candles, per lb 25
nap, country per lb 6a8
'eathera ;r .... .. ....... (5a 75
tans ,.,....,..02 a W
Kuerbn .. .Tiaa
Hogs, dreased, 440 a 808
H. Ca atQEJ
1 ATTOMIT AT 14 W.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Mcirtkiar, TlatcH Co. tii
lllJ lL ESTATE,
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
&BZAT BAE0AJ58-trf LAJTSi
A BASE CHAI0ET0 BUT A E0E
1 1- Hi 'ibllowih lapd aill b aold low ea
X na aooabl lern a to pajmcal I
OACRB4 ol In timbar had. Bear tk
tZUMlC. R. R. Tha tmbar will mora
tha bt for the landil pal up ia Inamarkal.
tiub rfaeii For mu tMaertptioa call npoo
or an i to B.C, JONES.
WITHIN W mil of Ih H. A C. ft.
R. . Th lam eoaUia M aer
lorty aer eUartd. fair imprer-
Itl.D L.. A mJ AAI h.Ml AM.IUI
orki(. IMbatooai. rraleaw.
Acres in HarrtMa ToWuhli),
rinooo timbar had. U waltrad aad aaar
Title parfa. t.
Will be cold low, '
GEORGIAN ORUMNON8 aidow ol loh.
bod urumtnoiu, dx wued. ho mide ia
Ilia or Peooa rl rani, and Mary & Matealf
and. William N. Hrmnmona aho ild l
Hamilton, Ohio, Emm HullMr ',d J. JrilM
aho rmid at ZhomtiII, Ohio, 8 trah M. and
H . Th. rnaa Grummooa wf- , 1( at boitioo
tjio, Ohio, J. X. Qir lilgt7to raldat
Oiijoinoatl. (- .fominoB aho r
tllel- l'Cnt nuruklodian, flalharlN
Orummooa aho raaiilea at houralli Ohio,
Mamie Onimmont aho reaidea at ZaoeatilU,
Ohio and Jean Orummooa, who reaidea in th
State of Pennaylvania, heir, at law ol Ichabod
Grummona, doceaaed, will take notic that
Wile Radnliir, admioiatrator of Ihe eatale of
Ichabod Orummooa, deceaaed, oa Ih (7th
day of iieeember, A It. 1173 Sled hia patitioa
lu the Probate Court, wilhia and for the coua.
ty ol Vinton and tilate of Ohio, alleging thai
Ih peraonal ealate of aald decedknt la l3um.
eieot to pay hla (ebta add ittecharuM W fi.
rninl.l. nn hi eaUt. That hadied eeiaed
in lea imlof ttls fblloainj ecrlhd real
atat aituaUia ih county of Vinton and
State of Ohio, to will twenty Mieeraaofliha
. half of Ih iorih-wt quarlar f th
ar.uth-aeat quarter of aeetioa twalre.ia lawa
bip tea, lOraave nineteea It.
' Alao, 'he aortheaal ajaarler of Ih aeolh
ut quarter ef eecuso elT, 11 lotaabia
and raaft aforaid
Thaorayarof aaid Detilioa la fa aaa IrtrlW
aulhorniDK the aale of aaid pramiaea for lu
payuieni oj in aatHe and enargee afOraaai.
cam peiiiioa win oe lor neanag oa Ih TIB
day ol February, A. 7t er aa ooa thri
Mr aa leate cad be obtained.
. .mum aui.ijirr,
Adninlatraldr df Ink ettat of Ichabod
January IS, UJ4. 4
EUCKY M0Lri SILVER SPRLCE
Th moat beauUnil Ir ia Americkj
' Mountain Sunflower,
. Painter's BmBh,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
Book j Jfountain Cpeoialties, .
For dcMriptiye catalogue and price liat ol
. aeeu, auureia,
- .. LANDIS& FOQAN,
.. . . . DraTta, CoLoatao.
Kankfliorii Bw tost, How Bestored I
' ' " Juat pnMiaail, new edi
MiltZrVWl" of 'aWarwalla
C.faC'hr Km ob th
radleal . mtw Iwilhntil m.li.
eta, intnlnnury Setnirtal Loaa,lapome(,
jiantal aad Plnaieal l.tuiu,ii. im,i,M..,.
m ai.o, viaanaPTio, antar-
T hd Hta. induced by (elMudulaeac or ex
JW-l'rice in a aeal.d enrelape, only I centa.
The celebrated amhnr in th!. .m,Ki. ...
y clrl demnhslmte from thirty rear'
aucceaaful pr.rli.-e, that the alarming boh.e
qiiencea oraeh-abuae may be radical y cilred
without Ihe dnnireroua na of intern.! m.d,.
cine or the application of th knife; pointing
out a moiled' cure at Onre simple, certain and
etleMual, by mean of which erery auflnrer,
no matter what his condition hioy be, may
cure himaelfcheaply.privati-l., arid mliwlto.
r j hi Lecture ahduld be in the hand of
e.ery youin nnrj erery man in the land.
Ment. undfr seal, in a itlain envelon.,.
add.-esa, pnttsaui on receipt ol aix centa, or
two post atamra.
Aiho ur; iiulrerweir Marriage Guide,"
price AO centa.
OHAfl J n IT I tuff a m
KfBowery, New York, Poat Office Box, 4.406
Daily Meat Market
I HATE open
ad b daily
meat market in
'ie Vinton roan
1 rail, and will
n hand all the
rarietie and lh
beat meat to be
' lound in Ih
I will tell at
fair pnee, and
hr fair dealing
bop to merit.
he puUie pat-
' AND" .
: SWAN'S DOWN! . .
. - '
MIXEAR'S HAT STORE
Choice Winter Attnleii.
Assoited Var etes,
llEfVRY J. nAILEY'Ja
Ko. IT Haia Street. Hear Paint,
WXrrdeT prompt ly Sited. ty
172,00 EACH Witt.-
A gaol waaled aeeeiwftar.
ly WitieMl Ptqt)c(ar.lfra,
WOBtaiBtlluUikW ; . . . .
SCALES FOIl SALE
SlVal o3e aSdFaew? for
'aai gt Tr low price, .Cell On
aotU . B.e.JOVI lekrraef.
18T4 MIOCLAMATION. 184
thomas al mum
the brick &i onm,
WUi ItBep bit band iiiroaghoat the
Articles of toMoxi Utility and OriiaMent,
which I will sell ioWer thaii fean be obtained
elsewherd in Vinton County.
Etamlae tbj itook and prioe berdr'e bbjiog;
: . TAOS, i MELL0R.
nf OTJ WOULD CONSULT YOtlS
LOOK AT THIS OFFEfti
Ori ail Styles i-oi-tasH!
best Instruments made.
lEttRV 0.K WABRAXrD I VEAHS
A tl'90orah hK.
u 250 .
MlnUteiro, Ckarche and Sabbath
Seaaala faralaked at whaleaala rate.
91. II. BARNES)
Biih 9t., (w door weat of Ma'At,
VidrecTS McARTBVB, O.
present year a large and well asaoHei
And a dioaaaod ether .
ueatlnp; School llonaea,
Churches, Lbdgto litfdii),
. Court Houses and
rtll cle.nlr. Il ia economical It la rleallh.
Itil. It keena up a perlect cimulation of, i r.
Warming all pari, ot Ihe boom alike. . Itldok
rt nret nremium orer allcompetitora at Ihe
fieinha Eipoaition. Circulai-aadd Dairlblileta
coaiaininiengraringaana run bartirulara Rir
pianea on application, or one ol in .tore
may be aeea ig dneraiWn at my atore. You
ed dn application, or one ol in atqr
be aeea ig dneraiWn at my atore, T,
nvited to cull) aHi) iee for yot'rael.ea.
are invited to call', and tee for jot'
No. 9,'Main St;, -ChUlicothe,
Sole agent fc VintoW ini BoaacounUe. and
dealer in all the moat approved Cooking and
Heating Siotee, Hu,ae Furnishing (iooda,
and manuraetureror all kinrta 6f Tin, Kheel
Iron and Coj.per Ware., Ordtra from ih
country lor Hpoutiog, Hooting, etc., will al.
eaya receire immediate alteniioB.
J. B. McCOMMONi
JEWELlft NO SILVERSMITH,
Oppotitt) the Emmitt House,
Shreckeifaliiti Old ltn'4d,
' . .
I - aUyQIAOTItt aid wtiiai it '
t'ine Gold jewoltF.
American ami t orfeiga Watokei.
kigla Wateha -U.S.
Bwl' " ;
Beth Tboau Clock.
old BetU '
earl , "
Pldl and SluOia
Tblwble . .
f la Cat Wry
MABIE & toiVfiOLij PEXSi
rbLh Lrni or adobs bdItablk fob
... HOLIDAY, c .;
BBEDAL S BlBtflD AT PBESEIT8
t;rfod mad. to order and repairing don by
eareftilerkmeB;. No .lira char? Si " I
grsTlag good boofbt t Ibi MUaltonaWi.
.IjafcH - - '
HERE NOW I
I have just manu
factured and am no
offering at lowest Jpri-;
cesa full stock of till
suited to this market)
I Will manufactufef:
id order anvtliiniEf de-
sifedinmyline. 1 ;
A full stock bi Cofe
. ....... -i
fins and Burial Ca&g
always on haiidi WJ
nearse wnen deSiiodr-
Corner of ftiin and Loorjit Btrasta
Mcarthur. b. . -
Notice to Hunters.
NWCBI.h.reby.riy all ieracn; .'
ar forbidden to knnt at ht,tf kJ
pretji of the uaderalgaad. ailBotaeedi
fog rM aotio will ha jproaaeoteilii ; -Ji.
- a. . a aw.
'. .i N. HOFFBINKSl
iS-d6o?e 'Covrt, Vinioh Voukifa Qntol.
thUtof Ua-rtJ Joae.
HO. JONES and
e iatrator ot ih,
deoenaed. ha.e flled.lbeir aoonia..w '
en forSnal aetUeoient and theaania will b
february Jth, in..
about thai Um aad.feajlihg br krra knu
drtKl dollar. I.IOO yif froiX. Tht
nld sot aeon red by it .mortgage a mj hrm
waa gtrta . to ohk. M a m,Htt o Tr
about Ih. lithday o3eoba, latBal?c
tha time aald .ttytrtgan aad Bet hara both.
J?" '"TV, orpann'awl troro tk kouee af th
truveaid Harrlaoo Brieei. I kjereby aotil th
Ha bM Betiified and eaaoaied. aad warn ue -
pfod(aiDt buyiBK tbwaMne. ......
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