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TO THE LADIES OF HAMDEN
AND VINTON COUNTY, OHIO:
I would respectfully announce thatl
have opened a New Millinery Store, in
the room lately occupied by Mr. Bur
tekskav ia Eantden, Ohio.
Bleaching, Presring and Coloring
done to order. Trimmed Goods kept
ia stock, combining the very Latent
and But Styles.
I am prepared from experience to
gira entire satisfaction in the Butintus
of Jfanfart Making.
All cutting done to order and a fit
stxrrraakd in all i"itace, or the goods
will belaid or.
Br impartiality and strict atention
In Business I ehall endeavor to please
all customers, and will bo very thank
ful Tor all the patronage extended me.
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
tuat wuicti is
PRINT AND PKOSPER
J, F. TOWEI.L, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to tho Merchants and Furnace
meti ef Vinton county, a superior stock
of frj Good and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. lyeptiy
rlaculnr atteutlon glrcn to the rrc.lmcnt
cf lb. natural teeth.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT yinEr.
InVITEtho attention of merchant, and fur
naoelneo lu lh lurn .lock of the above ar
t closjui-l received. Mfe will sell itl t m very
lowt.l figure, to Ih. Irile. Urdcr. .olicited
ad promptly attended o. itL,Ui
Notice to Teachers.
. TUB HOAKD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd ruturd.itYs of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, und the 1st Saturday in
Jauuary, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each yeur. Ki'
aininatious to commence ut ton o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory eviJcuce of good
moral character will be required iu ull
cases. A foe of 50 cents is required
ty law front each applicant.
M. It. KAU.xES t'h'n Hoard of
J.SJ. IHJHN, School Ex
L. O. tUllL'VE, Cl'k, J twiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
Far (h. Relief and Cure ul the Erring aud Uu-
fortuaatoen Priucipleaof Uirietiaa
Em. jr. e the Error, of Vuuth, nn, the Col
lie, of Age,iu reMiou lo Marriage and Social
Evil., with -amiaiy ml for the afflicted
4rat free, lu e:il I envelope. Address,
M.WAkL) AiHOOUTlUN, Box l n.:'l
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
J&SFitZi ricniiipnioiit will hereafter he
iivif '""to" " the coud and Intf
Monday evening, of eaU
waoatk. Palniinii nl oilier eni-Hinpmeuta
Klin m.v b tutting oiii awn nre inyiled to
attend. PA 1118 llUM UN, C. P.
. Juan T. Rapvb, 8.
McArthur, Ki-b'r IT, IMO.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
riHE-'Chewers'Choice, i. now Inking Ihe
J. lead nl nil other Hninrte. Hrljjhl in 1'iilnr,
pleasant in laele, tough and Im-iiiir in die,
thi. tnhaeen Mil.- every quality to unit
chewer., .nil .ella I.) Ihe In pound bucket
tuUy loo cheaper per pen ml, ihnu any oilier
brand of Ihe winio grade nnd perlHi.s let..
iihIiiv. liai huvkt-l of thi. celelirnied brand
have teen (old in t.'hillicolhe alone willun
tha last two mouths, and trad, ft ill incrcas.
Iiift. Trjll" bCHAJKrEH A KKAMKK
CInMieoilie, Ohio, .re tho MiinurnRtiirvrH'
av.nta .D'l nell at lot Kact"r Pine..
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
HAVING Sited up our mnohlneiy in Brat-elu-.
fljle, we .re prepred to do
OAEDIHQ, SPINHING 4 WEAVING
on .hort .otic nd in the nio.t workman
Ilk. manner We have on han.l and lor (ale
tour Uciory, flood luppljrof
JearK, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
hloh we wlil sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
nOUBTON. 1'IU.ON O,
liaa Allenmille, Viutau C . 0.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
' HAITI Ii EN, O.
TT8 have p.rchated and Sited up Ihe
f V I
above mill, aud wlioit tha trade ol the
(aroiera of I hi. vomit.
Special attention given to
; . .
Aid ear fivea to plea.e alt enrtomr. Mr.
A. A. UOZZEltS, an experienced miiler, ha.
hart. of tia mill, and will not Uil lo deal
lairljf and jp va general .aliaution.
Hour. Meal and Feed
Ob band aal for aale at
M1TEST MARKET PRICES.
fuUI COZtESS JOUNBOMr 1
THE VINTON. RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County;
CdKBE.-posDtSTS in neighbor
ing villages should t mail their
letters 83 we will gef them on
Monday if possible. We can
Bome times give them room
when received on Tuesday, but
seldom if received later, until
the next week, and by that
time it is often the case that
they are old and have lost
their interset. It is a matter
of surprise to us that there H
no person in some of the ad
joining towns who has enough
local pride lo see that they
are regularly represented in
Ihe columns of their local pa
l-er8. It draws attention to
their village, and lets the out-.
6iuei world know they are up
What Those who Have Ceased
Selling Liquors Intend to do.
Uurutte lie ad iniendj tu cur
ry on his hotel and livery sta'
ble as usual. The room former
ly occupied by the saloon will
probably be converted into a
lamily grocery: .
Patrick (TKeele is thinking
of opening a boarding" house
find leed stable, continuing the
grocery department of hit.
We called on Mrs. Wiesen
hurger on Monday, and lound
the bar torn out and the room
irenhly scrubbed. Mrs. W. in
formed us that she would open
a family grocery, starling alter
her stock on Tuesday. On
further conversation with her,
bheexpresied her satisluction
at her action iu closing out
the saloon, that she fell belter
satisfieil already, and was con
iident the could make a living
at her new business. She is a
widow lady with a large fam
ily ol email children to provide
lor, and we hopo ihe good peo
ple of Vinton county will ki
distribute their patronage thai
she may not be lorgolten and
have no cause to lose her con
tide ace which she now expres-see.
At a meeLing ol Klk Grangi
of the Patrons of Husbandry
last Saturday the temperance
movement was brought to then
attention, and the following
preamble and resolutions, were
unanimously adopied, aud read
by Mrs. Mayo, President of the
League, at the union pni)or
meeting last baturday evening:
"Wuekka, the ladies ol Mo
Arthur are engaged in an el
tort lo abolish the sale of in
'and, whereas, we believe
the saJe of such liquors is a
great source ol crime aud sul
lering.as well as a gross viola
tion of law and mi rals,
"Resolved That we lender to
the lain s our heartfelt eym
pally and support, and bid
i hem Uod-speed iu their el
"Ilean Ived, That a copy of Ihe
resolutions be forwarded by
the Secretary, to the Ladies'
Temperance League of Mc
A similar resolution was pass
ed by the Odd Fellows, at their
last regular meeting, a copy ol
which is given below :
tViiEREAs, the use of intoxica
ting liquors has attained such
frightful proportion inour coun
Whereas, the spirit, as well
as the law of our Order, regards
drunkenness as the "vilest ol
Resolved, That we pledge
ourselves as Odd Fellows to do
all in our power to counteract
the evil in our midst, and lender
our heartfelt sympathy and
support to the ladies of McAr.
thur in their their movemenUlo
supprrB8 the evil.
Resolved That the Secretary
be instructed to transmit a
copy of this preamble and reso
lutions to the President of the
Ladies' Temperance League ol
The ladies huve conn to the
unanimous conclusion that the
saloon keepers ol McArlhui
are not the hardest hearted
nor meanest set oi men in the
world by any manner ol means.
The following is a -copy of
the "consumer's pledge," and
the names attached thereto.
Let thosft who think of solicit
ing them Jto drink, remember
that they are asking them to
violate their most sacred word
of honor. i i i . . .
We,- the' undersigned, citi
zens of McArthur, O., do here
by pledge our word and honor
to not drink or make use ol
any" iotoxicatlng liquors what
ever, (unless1 lor medicinal
purposes) for the space of one
year from the date hereof.
O.W. Holland, ll. O.Jones,
11 P, Ambrose, A.-II; Dowd,
0. P. Ward, Nelson Richmond,
H. Redd, B. F.1 Redd, George
Lanlz,!0. D Hawk.H. W. Unr-
lon, ' Win. J. Rhnnells,' J. P.
Dunkle, L D. Barnes, L. Ray-
nor, S. B Ullon:, Al. F. Drake,
IS B Ulark:'janisMaIohe,Sr,
0 S. Kanii'ells, Jacob Shockey,
James Ward, E. Uolland.iC.N
McARTHUR, O., Jan. 30th, 1874.
How They Fell and What They
are Doing in the Country.
The temperance movement
in4MoArihuri8' attracting the
at($f.tion and. receiving the
support of the phristjan people
of the whole county, and pray
er meetings iui ,jts interest are
being held regularly at many
of Ihe churches. m the county.
Those who have infjrmeduus of
these facts also inform us that
nothing but the almost impas
sible condition ol the roads has
prevented the ladies of several
communities from coming in a
body to congratulate and as
sist their sisters in McArthur
in their good work; and that if
the roads get so they can go at
all, they will be with them yet
in person, as they are in heart
and sympa h,y.
One day last week, alter .Mr.
Redd had signed the -pledge to
tell, no more intoxicating
liquors, a prominent citizen of
tiwau township came iu to take
dinner with him. Horace, who
km.wB the duties of land-lord,
made . himself agreeable and
told Lis guest he ,was glad to
welcome, him to. his house.
Yes, Horace," was the reply,
"this is the first tune 1 was
ever in, your house, bull heard
you,h;id coiue out oil, the side
ot tho Lord, and I thought 1
would come and break bread
with you. You may expect
The lollotting is a list of let
ters remaining in the posteffice
at Zileski, Feb. 2d, 1874:
Nancy G. Oigan, J. Pennel,
Hamilton Walker, Nancv Mar
tin. U. II. Casler, D. Y Benja
min, Patrick W. Burke, Girtv
Blacklord, C. 0. ClarkT Harry
L. Crouch. Martha Nelson,
Samuel G. Hull, Jennie Jones,
S.iniuel Lvnsv, Margaret Love,
S. J. Miller, ik a uuel. Gray.
are Doing in the Country. J. G WILL, P. M.
Dr. J. C.Coleman, of Btd
ford, Iowa, has moved to Mc
Arthur, at the solici'ation of
some ot our citizens with whom
he was previously acquainted,
and will Mteud to the practice
of his profession. Tha Dr.
comes well recommended, and
we bespeak for him a share of
the public patronage, II is card
will appear next week.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Post-Of
fice at McArthur, 0, Feb. 1st,
Mrs Jane Brown, Thomas
Creamer, Miss Mary Cooney,
John Dodge, Benj. Dye, Mrs.
Jennie Lowry, Samuel Mur
ray, E. Vickers, J. Woods.
J. N. NcLAtQHLIN, P. M.
Next Tuesday is regular
slock ale day. Those having
anything to sell will most like
ly find a good market if they
bring in their stock. . The last
two sale days the demand was
greater than the Rupply.
Ma. O'Kekfe requests as to
say that we did not report him
correctly lastweek, His condi
tional tender of $25 was not for
the purpose of "prosecuting" any
person for selling liquor, present
uor future, but to help pay the
present expense of the ladies. ..
We suggest that the ladies
see that the sign on the north
end of Mrs. . Wiesonburger's
bouse be erased and another
one' painted,' adapted to the
change ol business. The one
now there is a fraud, looks bad
from ' the public - square, and
naturally makes some folks
feel dry every time they see it.
Rev.Mr. PiirzJ ol ZaleskJ,
was here on Saturday and Sun
day to relieve Rev; Mr. John
son, who bad well nigh worn
himself down in assisting the
ladies' temperance novemen(
Rev." Mr. Biggs, of Chillicothe,
isinow. here and will " remain
during the week, : 1
. ... 13 I j,i m
, "The Council, on Monday eve
nirig, passed two ordinances
one to suppress gaming, and
the other to allow (he Marshal
a salary. , the later, by provis
ion of State Jaw. can Dot go
mio enect, until alter a new
election is' held, which 'will be
at the regular April Hectjon,.
Tue marriage of the Pake of
Kdinburg to the .Graad Duch
esa Marie Alexandiovria.daugh
terol the Russian Cztn, took
place at Si. Petersburg 6nlbe
23d ins(. ' i ' .
If there is nothing in this
week's paper but temperance,
the reader wilj understand that
nothing else is talked or
is a new, tin cup at
the town pump on the corner
near the Court House.
Eld. J. P. Ewino will preach
at Ihe Christian church next
Sauday morning and evening.
Raynor has moved his bay
windows to the east side of the
Hakpeh's Weekly, says,
Since Secretary Fish look of
fice he has had to deal with
two very difficult foreign ques
tions tho Alabama trouble
with England, and the pro
longed Cuban complication; he
has managed both with such
good temper and address that
he deserves the. most cordial
gratitude of the country. Had
his patriotism teeu oi the Don
uybrookrFair fkiud we should
have had war with both Eng
land and Spain."
There is a pump on First
street in Dayton that gives hot
water, it is a enrumon iron
draw pump, in a well drove 24
fret, three years ago, snd till
August last furniehed excel
lent cold water. Since then
the water has become hot, and
has been used steadily for
washing and scrubbing. It is
started with cold water, and
steams up in clouds. There is
no sulphur smell. It is clear
and docs rot, reach the boiling
Portsmouth talks of build
ing i largest glass works in
th United States, competent
persons having selected that
city as site well calculated
lor that business.
Jacob Applcman and FlorenceKliue
David McQmrie to Ellen Tower.
Wlllluai Harden to Eleanor Bock
hold, t .
Flour, per sacK
Corn Meal per bush ,
Corn ;., ,
Timothy Seed per bush . .
Onions " " ..
Hay ton ..
Ilams. country ;
Pickled Pork........' ...
Hocking Salt per bbl.....
Vinegar, cider.. '.
White Pish .'. ..
Yellow C "
New Orleans Molasses. . .
Sorghum - " ....
Star Candles, per lb
foau. country per lb
Kaifs.. ........... .
Coal, par bus
TY .1 1
. . . G073
, B5u 75
.... 02a 03
.i50 a -6 QQ
H. O. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE AS EN T,
Mc Arthur, Tin toa Co, O.
RE 1L ESTATE,
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BAROAlis 13 LAITDS.
A BABE CHANCE TO BUY A HOME
'HB following land, will be .old low on
X naaonable term. a. to pajmvliuj i
1OAA0RE1 ot Sua timber land, a.ar th
UUH.C. K. R. The umbrr will more
than p for tli. land it put up in th. m.rkrt,
Till, perfect, For lull d.ncription mil upon
or write to H.CJOKES.
WITHIN X mile ft th M. C. B.
H. 'I he l.rm uooUui. u mtps
forty aorf. cleared. K.ir iiriiroe
menl.. A uood coal Snnk on.nHml
workioK. i't ftet be" C0RI- Fur ' c,ieaP-
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watored and near
Ihe railroad. 1
Till, perfect. '
1 Willbt Mid low. IS'l'C
GE0RGIANA GRUMMONH widow of Icha
bod urominoD., dntied, ho re.idea in
theaiaie ot I't'unaylvanla.and Mary E. Metclf
and William N. Kruiiimnna who reside at
Uamilton, Ohio, Emma sultter and .1. Jrnn
who reside at 2ne.vile, Ohio, Sarah M. and
11. Thfroii. Uruniinona .ho rraide .tCoahoo
ton, Ohio, J. N. (jrummon. who reKiUeaat
Cmcinnitl, hio, . H.' Urummon. whom
aid., at Lonport, lmliana,- ;.tlianne
Gnunmon. who le.irte. at Hournorille, Ohio,
Mamie ijrmnmoni who reaiilva at Znne.rille,
tlhioand .Ive Orummon.. who reaide. in tho
Hut. of ProuHyliHiiia, hpiriit law ol luhabod
Grlimmnna. dpenved, will take notioa Unit
a ilea Itudcliff. ailinlni?!rator of the oh tale of
li'habod Urummon., dec.ai'.'li on lb 7lh
day of xecembrr, A l. 1HT3 Hied hid petlliOB
iu the Probate Court, within and lor the coun
ty ol Vinton xnd Male of Ohio, alleging: that
th. peraonal aawt. of Ha id decedent i. imulfl
I'ivnlto pay hia ri.bi. aud ih.oharxe. of ad
ininUterina In. eatate. That be died .eiteil
in fee aiinple of the followmx dnarrilied real
ealate (itunte in the county of Vinton and
Htateofohio tu ail: Lent) ilu aorta oH ihe
weal half of Ih. norlhwest quarter of the
."Uth-weat quarter of aection twelve, lit town
ship ten, 10 rane nineteen 19.
Alao, 'he north-east quarter of the .out li
en -t quarter of .ectiou eieren, 11 towiutiip
ami runB .foreaaid
The pi ay r of .am petition is for an order
authnriiiiiK the aale of .aid premiaea for the
payineut of the debts and charxea aforei-aid.
.aid petition will be lor henriot on Ihe 7lll
day ol February, A. I) IM74 or a. aoon there
altar aa leave cu be obtained.
Aitminiatrator of the ealate of Ichabod
January 16, 1874. 4w
KOCKY M0lXn S1LVEB SPRUCE
The moat beautiful tree in America,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
Bocky Mountain Specialties,
For deaenptiye ralalogu. and price lint ol
LANDIS L FOGAN,
, Daavia. Colobido.
fyeclul Ituln to Aarwrymcn uad Dtultn,
Manhoom How Lost, How Restored I
.mat Diinhaaaii. a new edi
tion f Dr. fulverwell'e
Celebrnleri K.aay on the
rudicul can (wilbniit nimil-
cine) of ip.aatToaaHi.it, or eeminal Weak
neaa, lnrolnntiiry Heminal Lnaaea, lapoTCNCY,
Mental and eiiVMcal Incapacity, Impedimenta
to Marrtaae, eie., also, Oskumptuim, Kfii.ap
ar,.ud tilt, induced by .elMudulgenee or KI'
T"l'rice in a aenled envelope only S rent..
The celebrated author in thia ailniirnble ea
.ay clearly demnnslrat. from a thirty yer.'
aueceHi.ful practice, that thealarminn conse
quence! nf ai-ll-abnae may b. radical y cured
without the dHniieroua uae of internal medi
cine or the nppfientlon of Ihe knife; pointing1
out. mode of mre at onceainiple.certain and
cttcctunl, by menna of which rvery aufl.rnr,
no mailer what hi. condition niny be, may
cure htmaelf cheaply, privalclv, and radically.
ftThia Lerture ahoiild he in the h.nda of
every youth and enery man in th. land.
lent, under aenl, in a plain envelope, to any
addex, pntixwl on receipt ol .ix cents, or
two poac atampa.
Aleo Dr. Culrerwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price AO cent..
CIIA4. J.O KUNK A CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Olflce Box, 4,308
Daily Meat Market
I HA VK open
ed a dvly
meat market ia
the Vinton eoun
y Iail, and will
ti inind all the
rarietiei and the
ieil llital to be
lound in the
I will aell t
fair prices, and
hv fuir tlrnlln.
hope to merit
lie public pat
A. I BHOW.V
Choice Winter Apples.
Assoited Va retes,
II mRY J. BAILEY'S
No. II Main Street. Near Faint,
urorileri promptly filled.
T. Pe Wit Telmee t. editor of tha Tkr
CUrMian at Work; C. H. Sburavon, special
contributor. They write fir no other papei
in Ametica. Threa mngniticent chrnmo.
Pat ar.er eommisaion than anv other pa
per. vIIHWJIWS ALL READT. io
sectarianism, no section. Iim. O e agent
recently obtained 'MO .ubeorirtion. in
eighty hour, abaolute work. Sample oopv
e. .nti circular, sent tree.
11. W. ALiAM, publisher, 10i Cbambersl
aireet, fttw York
i dun I.
IBERFBT warn the public agaln.t buying a
note on me dated October Stth, IS73 br
afxiut that km., and c.lling for eleven hunt
dred dollars f H in one year from dale The
sid note, secured by a iiii.rt..:e on my farm
wa. given to one Harrl-on Priest, on or
sbotit ihrt itthday of Octottr la.t. Hut aiuc
that lime sut mortgage nnd note have Imlh
been lo-t. or purbnued ironi ihe hnnae of Ihe
tne Mid Harn-on Fnesl I hereby antif. Ih.
fi ider or Ih. present holder that mid note
has been frittsfieil .nd canoeleil, aud wtrn .ny
peraoaagainav buying tut aam.. i
t E. W. BLLI3,
Blfl. W,CooAr,AUy. 4w ,
TJIOMAS A. MELI0Rt
THE B RICK
a jl js .s-M-:JiT
Will keep on hand throughout tba
; " "' And a thwsaod other X'.'i,
Abides of Comfort ,
t i i -r- mi .lii.i
wiicn i win seu lower man can 00,0011
elsewhere m ymtori
.iuamine my stock aria prices lororo Duyina;.,. ; , .', . ', XZ
25 PER OENt DISCOUNT ;. :
at f A. -.9
vii an 3 11
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
EVERY 0E YARRATD 5 YEAUS
A $100or?an for $140
208 ' " .j0
' 220 ' 170
" 2o0 ' 183
" 400 piano " :;(io
' finO " " ..373
" COO " " 450
niial.tcra, Chnrche. and Snbbath
School, furnlabed at wholc.ale rate ,
ITI. II. BARNES, 1
JJih St,, two door, went of t'ar'tet,
:Vi i'l r.j ilu
-1 1 i-ili. ti. mi
present rear a'larre and well tpaortei
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Utility and .Oriiameii
1. A.U' r. 1 ''I!. It-l!'-
County. - ;; :-
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J lUJo. A.
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i. aiyaiaaaMM m
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1 i.. '1.n1 .aAT
;l mi ljtet
' ir..- f r
ics lor vsu; f K n 11 r
i ii a a v.
none but the
i -i. i. i t at ; 1 1 )
: 1: tyLjji.
Heating Scbool Ilounes,
Churches, Lodge Rooms,
Court Houses and
Ills cleanly, It is economical; It II health
till. It keep, up a perfect circulation of air.
warming all part, oi the room alike. It took
the Hrat premium ovei all competitors at the
Vienna Lxpoeition. Circula . and pnmohleta
containing engravings and full particulara fur
nished on application, or one ot the stoves
may be .eeo la operation at my .tore. You
are invited tu call, and aee lor yopraelvea.
No. 9, Main St.,
Sole agent for Vinton an.l Rose counties, and
I..L. all I... .......I I ..... 1
iicniT. iu nil lit. muni ..ii.f .n, uutiitiux KDU
Healing Htovea, House Furou-hmg Goo-is,
and manufacturer of all kind, of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordtra from ihe
country lor Spouting, Pooling, etc., will a.
J. 8. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH (
Opposite the Emmitt IIouso,
Sbreckengauot's Old Stand,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IK
Fino Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign Watches.
Beih 1 bomu Clock.,
. Trrjr "
Plrrs and Slu.l.
MAB1E. & TODD'S Gf!Vl) PEXS.
A FULL LfNE OFRO01.3 SUITABLE "OK
BBIDAL & BiBTHDAY PBESLt8
Goods made lo orlernrtil riiirii done 1 1
careful workmen. Ntt Uttr cnsrKe lor eu
gravli g goods bought al Uu .tabliaiiawot,
I have just manu
factured and anv p.
offering at lowest pri '
ces a full stocfe of aU,
kinds of (
suited to this market .
I will manuiactur 6
to order anvthinfi? d evI
sired in my lme;V-1
A full stock of f ;o
fins and Burial Ci ise's
always onhand;- fflV
attend funerals lwJ1
hearse when' dejjircd;
1akis noitTt; iv, 4
Corner of Higa and toons it Stre'etcJ5
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE;, hereby given all - iwrant
are forbidden toTiunt or .ho' tl
proiniaea of the undentgn.d. All iieeJ
log thr. notice will he proaerui.
- wii. cK.ifc.;: ct
A.H.I utr. I
13nnvm A. J. WOBTMAN. ,
Fur Triromingsi ; v
; SWAN'S aOWN! !
M li A US 1IA r S TpR E
PAINT RTREET, ,I:
UdM 1873 - . -W '