Tomn'itniFj f haxdeh
AID VIS TUN tOCNTf, OlIHf I
I would raptetfulljf announce that I
hare opened JVew Millinery Store, in
'the room lately occupied by Mr. Bur
tentha in Ilamden, Ohio.
. BUaeking, fretting and Coloring
done to order. Ttimmtd Good kept
in etock, combining the lerj Latent
dA Bett BtvU.
I am prepared from tzptrience to
We entire eatisf action in toe JutineM
of Jfanfeti Making.
All tutting done, to ofdsT and a fit
arranf in all (nitaaceA, Of the pood
will tie paid for. - "
By impartiality and strict etention
in Butinett 1 shall endeavor to please
all customers, and will be very thank
ful fqr.jall ht patronage extended me.
MRS. LIZZIE NOBRia
J: P T0 WfcLLy Portemou'thOhlo,
offers to tie! llercbantijmd Furnaces
ineu-ef Vinton county, a superior itock
of Dry Ooodi and Notions, on terms
the-mortfatoralk-''. '' l&pciy'
N: J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
Particular atteutiea given t he treatment
of tha natural teeth; . v . i
QUEEN ft WARE
NYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT SI RET.
CHILL1CO THE, OHIO,
ImVlTE the attention of merchants and fur
naoeinen to lb large mock of the above ar
teles just received. We will mil Hi t a very
lowest-figure lo Ihe trade. Orders solicited
ad promptly attended .o. 24jul
Notice to Teachers.
TUB HOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in McArlliur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of Murch,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Suturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character W '. be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each. applicant
M. R, DAU.vES CVa ) Hoard of
J. 8.11 U UN, V School Ex-
L. 0. FISKL'UIS, Cl'k, J aminere.
Howard Saiittary Aid Assocm-
For Ihe Relief and Dure ol the Erring and Uu
fotuiuateon Principles of Christian
Essays on the Errors tjf Vouth, end the fol
lies of Age, In relation to Mur rings and Social
Evils, with sanitaiy aid for the afflicted
lent free, In eeitlej envelopes. Adtlrexs,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, PI.:'Viol
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
REGULAR Meetings ofthia En
carmiment will herealter I
nK Uif . . .1 .... ,....
Btw Monday eveuluua of rack
month. . Patriarch ol lher -encainpmeul
who may be uniting om nun are invitol to
attend. PA HIS liUKTUN, C. P.
Johx T. Rarite, 8. '
M(!ArthurVb' IT. 1870. ... .f.JV
The Favorite Fine-Cut
HE-'Chewera' Choice, ia now inking the
. lead ol all other Hranrie. bright in color,
pleasant in taate, tough and lanim? in chew,
inn tobacco poesea every quality to ami
chewers, and .ell. by the 10 pound bucket
fully loo cheaper, per pound, thau' any other
brand of Ihe same grade- and perhaps lens
quality. 100 bucket of Ihia eeleluated brand
have been sold In t'hillicoihe alone within
the last two montha, and trade ft i II incren.
Ing. Try It" bCHKtKK KKAMKK
Clullicothe, Ohio, are the Munufacturera'
agent and aell at loweat factory Price. .
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
HAVING fitted up our machinery in drat-clai-a
atyle, we are prepared to do
0 AIDING, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most woraman
like manner. We have on han J and for sale
at oar factory, a good aupuly of
1c Such as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we wlil aell cheap
Ihe Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid f' Wool.
HOUSTON, DILLON O,
"Allenaville, Yintou 0,0.
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON;
WB have nnrchated and fitted up the
above mill, and noiicit the trade ol the
farmers of thia vanity.
. )T.:i - -
Special altention Riven to - -
And care given to please 'all customers. Mr.
A. A. COZZENS. an eauenenceu miller, has
aharge ol the mul,aud will not lail lo deal
fairly ana give genera satiuauuuu.
Flour. Meal und Feed
j a..t ; v - .... .
Mm hand aai foa-aal al '
LOWEST MArfktT rRICLS.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
I The boiler of a portable saw
mill, belonging to Letris & L)a
vis, located on the premises of
Alexander Steel, near Wilkes
ville, exploded last "Thursday,
wounding Mr. Steele, bis son
John, and the engineer and a
workman aUbut the mill'whose
names we did not learn. From
our. information it appears the
boiler was old ai d not consid
ered very sae, yet the engineer,
who was very anxious to get
through with ihe job on hand
that day, was running an extra
ordinary pressure of steam,
having laid a weight across the
safety valve for the purpose of
Increasing his head of steim
just before the explosion oo
currrd, lie has been severely
punished for his foolhardy act;
for he was go badly; scalded
that, it is doubtlul if he re
covers. Mr. Sieel an'd his son
were not much 'hurt, but the
workman 'at tifie mill was se
verely injured. Dr. Cline has
charge of-the wounded. , The
mill was a complete wreck.
A correspondent at llichland
Furnace re'ques'sVs to inform
him whether or not lion. Har
vey Wells is drawing his pay
us a member of the Constitu
tional Convention while abient
Irotn that body, We inter
viewed Mr. Wells on this sub
ject some two or three weeks
since, and herewith give the
correspondent the benefit ol
our inloinution. Mr. Well
has not drawn his pay einco the
convention has been in Cincin
nati for the euflijbnt reason
that no appropriation having
been made by I lie Legislature
there was no money available,
for that purpose Part of the
time Mr. Wells has been ab
sent with leave and part ol the
time without leave. For the
time he was absent with leuve
of the Convention lie is en-
tilled by law to his pay,' but
says, however, that he will not
draw it; for tlie;iime he was
absent without leave lie could
not draw it it he wished. We
judge from our conversation
with Mr. W. that he is about as
tired of the Constitutional Con
veution as are the people ol the
Tub following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Poet
Office at McArthur, U.. March
. Achsee Atchinson, George
Ur'own, Iliram.T. BoIen.Col 0
Clemmons, Theodore Cooper,
IL'Daughi rt.v, McDonald Eby,
George GittinuR.Jane Uonnold.
Mike K-lley, B-nnet Leach, J.
C. McDowell, Lvman Moler,
Laban Sampson, ReasonTliomp
son, Joseph Thomas, Martha
Wfst. . -
Boiler Explosion. J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
In our Coun report last week,
in the case of E. D Dodge
against Geo. W. Sisson for
damages tor alleged killing
and wounding ol sheep by de
fendant's dog, the types made
ussay that judgment was given
for plaintiff. We 6hould have
said lor defendant. An error
also occurred in the date ol,
the birth of Euns Winter's
twins. It should have been
February 20th, instead of Jan
uary 20ih, as reported.
A large temperance meeting
was held at the Pmsbylerian
church last Sunday to hear the
report of " the Representa
tives who were present a the
Stale Convention Irom McAr
thur. Rev. Mr. Johnson j,ave
a very interesting account of
the proceeding and short ad
dresses were made by Revs.
Pallister and Doughty.
The following is a list of let.
ters remaining in the Post
Office at Zaieski, 0., March 2,
Seita Searlp.William 0 Rose,
Phillip Jacob Wascb, Peler
Beruh, E!gesshy Brewer, Jas
Q. Clark, Maggie Ferel, Dtrius
Ferrel, Robert Fauly, Llume
Garneit, Siuifcon L Gray. f
Boiler Explosion. J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M. J. G. WILL, P. M.
The temperance . situation is
about the ssme as that recorded
last week. O'Keefu'i. saloon and
Bowen's gin mill are the only
places that hold . out. The la
dies have not tried the efficacy
of prayer on Bowen, lut bars
been constant in their attendance
on O'Keefe. On Monday even
ing the largest . force which has
jet turned out upwards of sixty
ladies held service in O'Keefe's
until after 10 o'clock. The daily
meetings will be continued as
usual until the trade is abated
." Ws learn that the ladies of
Zaieski have come out victorious
in their war against King Alco
hol, having obtained ' pledges
from every sa'oon keeper, and
closed all the saloons. A fresh
consignment of liquor which ar
rived there last week was receiv
ed by the ladies at the depot and
escorted by them in solemn pro
cession to its destination, while
all the bells of the village tolled
out a knell as though for a fu
neral. ' ' 1
Mr, Workman gives up Ihe
Ilulbert Llouse to-morrow, and
will return to, his old home in
Columbus, where, he intends
embarking In the hotel busi
ness. He leaves many friends
made in his year's Jt.iy among
us, is a clever, prompt business
man, and although laboring
under many disadvantages has
proved himself a huccessful ca
terer to 1q public taste.
Of Interest to Editors.
We saw O. Myers at the Con
stitutional Convention some
time since. He Iihs committed
to memory fifty additional pa
ges of Hudson's History of
Journalism for the next edito
rial convention, and is (he hap
piest boy. in the world.
We acknowledge the receipt
from F. W. Helniick, 278 Wt.
Sixth St., of the charming song
and chorus "Will You Some
tunes Think of Me?' words by
C. C. Stevens, music by M.' LI,
Melson. Price 35 cents. Also
"Success M izurka," by Charlie
Baker. Price 30 cents.
JeR'-me W. BoWfcN pawnbro
ker, ami dealer in gin and De
mocracy, publisher of ' the"
Christian' V it ness, has not yet
been waited upon by the la
dies' Temperance League.
Why is thus? Why should he
be left to go unheeded to de
A c irresp ndunt at Wilke
ville writing us on business in
foims us that Joseph Straus
bauiih bus opened a coal vein
on his (arm about two miles
north of Wilkf sville which it is
believt d will be a good coal
lor smelling purposes. ;
H n UARVtY Wells informs
us ih it he Iihs succeeded in r
gauizing three new iron com
panies which will build two
new furnaces each on the Aus
tin Laesley and McGee farms.
Tois will make things lively in
the neighborhood of -Wellsion.
vVe publish a communication
from ,ipn" on the first page
this vveek which was received
loo U e for insertion last. Ihe
fact that Dan is a Democrat
lends the letter additional in
terest. Jasper Holland favored ut
with a call this week. He is
now living at Cambridge Cit,
I ud., and as he wants to-be r
from the old home he lelt hi
subscription for the Record ai d
Went awav happv.
Tub Enquirer Christian-Wii
nets gin mill is on the east end
of Main St., opposite Mutscb.
ler's bakery. We thought per
haps the ladies were not ac
quainted with its locality;
. Mr3. Judgb Mayo was elect
ed one of the Vice Presidents
ol the State Temperance A1-'
litincp, which was organizrd
last week, at Columbus.
Michakl Snyder, of Aliens
ville,' has surrendered in ad
vance. . He has heard of the
ladies' temperance movement,
and has given up the business
in advance of the praying baird
i ' 1 a
' AdTertisemeBts ljtatrted Uil mice
At -the re-organization of
the Woman's Teiuperance
League the following officers
were elected:;-President, Mrs.
D..V. Rannells; Vice President,
Mrs. U. P Ambrbsej Treasurer,
Mrs. G. W. Sisson; Secretary,
Mrs. W. 1L Baird; Correspond
ing Secretary, Mrs. J. S. Uuhu;
Leaders, Mrs. Ti A. Martin
Mrs. ' B. F. Quick, and Mrs.
Manin Wooleyj'Jhorlsters, Mrs.
M. R. Barnes, Miss Uattie IlolJ
hud, and Mary and Marina
' There will be a temperance
meeting at , the Presbyterian
church at 9 o'clopk, to morrow,
Friday morning. The Ladies'
'League especially invite every
man in. McArthur who sym
pathlies with. the cause thoy
are endeavoring to promote, to
close. up his place of business
at the. time designated, and
meet with them.
, Tub ' annuil meeting of the
M.Y. M.' C. A: will be held in
jr,ho M.' E Church, Monday
evening,' March 9ih. All are
invited:U: ' ' 1 ' '
'' Tub town ordinance against
tippling houses is now in lull.
force and effect iii McArthur.'
. i i -ii i i
, 1, Congress the Senate Mil
i arv Committee have agretd
upon a bill to equalize boun
ties. It 13 proposed to give a
uniform bouniy of eight and
one-third dollars per month to
each and every offijer and pri
vate ho served at any time,
either in the regular volunteer
services, between April 15,
1861, aud. April 13, 1867;
bounty payments already made
to be deducted, and the bene
fits of the above provision to
be extended also to widows, or
other heirs of deceased soldiers.
At the end of a five weeks'
session of the legislature, about
250 bills had been introduced,
about 500 pe-chei- m ide, nd
o e 1. 11 1 a-sd. The )a lei was
to llow Gov. Allen the pilvi-1-ge
f using a stamp for the
purpose of affixing his name, v
Over one-half of the weekly
journals olSoulherii Ohio have
dropped politics altogether and
have takeu up tlie cause of
Tub Indians of Minnesota
and Dacota are again on the
Wg will send the Record and the.
Cincinnati Gazette to subscribers one
year for 13 25 ,
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dunkle, Mc
Arthur, Feb 28, a daughter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Michael Boblctt, Feb
ruary 25. a lHi;jhtor.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Trilchard,
Vinton Station, Feb. , a son.
Mr. and Mr& Allen Cunningham,
Vinton Station, Feb. . a daughter.
Ma. and Mrs. Richard Saddler, a
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Morgan, Elk
township, Feb. 27. a son.
' Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Frazee, Elk
townshln. Feb. 28. a son.
Arthur Salmons aud Sarah Mur
dock. George W." Erwln and Nancy R.
Jamps A. Skinner andLuclndaJ.
Ma thew V. Ueuderson and Nancy
Wm. Arlerlge and Jane Chllders.
Flour, per sac. f2.00
uru ileal per bush 60
Beans 2.00 i BO
Potatoes 75 100
Dried Apr'.es 1.60
Dried Peaches S.'iO
Timothy Seed per bush .... 4.00
Clover " " 6.75
Onions " .... .75
Hay ton . 12.00al5.iK
tlauis. Country .. .12)$
sugar cured .15
Smoked sides... 10
Shoulders ; 7-8
Pickled Pork 8-0
Ueese " .20
Lard .......... J8
Tallow , .08
Chickens, live ..: .'. 15.t.25
Hocking Salt per bbl... ...!,. . 2.4
Sack . " . I5a25
Vinegar, elder...'.- .40
White FJsh 900
Mackerel'. :. .10
Hio Cofl'ee ; ; .33(235
t'oflee Sugar. 12$
Yellow C . ., H
New Orleans Molasses 80a 100
Sorghum ....... 450
Star t antlles, per lb'. . . . . '. . . ... .25
Tallow - 16a20
Soap, country per lb..... 5a6
Feathers. . w ......... ... ... 65x75
Kags. . 2i3
t oan nr bus ' .. ; . ..tj8
Hogs, dressed, 1.50 a 500
H d. JONES,
ATTORtiET AT LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT,
llclrtbur, Ylnton Ca, O.
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
BEAT BARGAINS U IOD3.
AEAEE chahoeto buyahoue
ri'HB fhllnwma karls wilt ba sold lowoa
A n aaoaaois Htrms as w pajmaais i
r) A ACRE! ol fl:a timber land, near tha
IZUaaC. R. R. Tha timhar "III more
than pay for the land II put up id ihr mrkrt,
TiUe perfect, for full description rail upon
or writ to H.C.JuNtd.
71TBINHB"Uof ,h M. 4C.B.
I IT R. The farm cooUids SO eeres
tort jr aorcs cleared. Fair improve
" nieut. A good coal Sink op.nand
workiog. 4J feet best coal. For sale cheap.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watered and Dear
Will be sold low. 18de
H. c. Jones.
UOCKY MOIJMIX SILVER SPRUCE
' The most beautiful tree in America,
11 Mountain Sunflower,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
Bocky Mountain Specialties, .
For descriptive catalogue and price list ol
. seed, aUiltess, ,
.( Ciavsa. Coioaaog.
Sycial Balm lo Varerrtnea ead Zmlr,
Manhood! How Lost, How Bestored I
Juat piiniiaaait. a new edi
tion of Dr. Calverwell'e
Celebrated Exaay on the
raduul cure taithout njeiil-
cine) of -rsasnToamiiiat, or xeminal Weak
npiwi. Involuntary nominal Lnanea, iHpOTtacr,
M-ntal aud Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta
to Marriaxe, elf., also. Consumption, f riuir
sv. and tn, induced by sell-ludUlxeoce or sex
eVsrrriP in a sealed envelope, only 6 rents.
The celebrated author in this admirable t
aay clearly demonatrates from a tHirty years'
aucceanfiil practii-e, that the alarming oonoe
quencea nfselt-arue may ha radical y cured
without Ihe danxeroiia tiae of inlet na medi
cine uf the application of the knile; pmnlina
out a mode of cure at oniemniplc, certain and
ettei'tual, by meana of. which every sufferer.
Do mnl,r what his condition may be, may
ultra himself chfKi.lv. Drivan-lv. ami ladioall.
eTThia Le lure should be ia the hands of
every youih ant every man in the land.
went,un'li r seal, in a plain envelope, to any
add.'eas, potipoil 00 receipt ol six cents, or
two post stain pa.
Al.o Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
CIIA9. J. 0 KUNB A CO.,
137 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 4,1106
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
meat market in
the Vmlon coun
y tail, and will
n hand all the
varieties and the
.rrl meat to be
Imind in the
I will aell at
fuir iince.4. ena
iiv fiur dt-aling
hope to merit
'he public pat-'
a. l: ukow.v.
Choice Winter Appies.
IlEKRY J. BAILEY'S
No. II Main Street, Near Paint,
yer Orders promptly Sited.
T. De Witt TalmattAia editor of the Tlu
CAnViiiii-iif It'orl;; O. H. Hbnrgeon, special
I'onlributor. 1 hey write for no nlher paper
m America. nree maKnincent enrnmos
I'ay lariier commiKaion than anv other Da
per. vllKipjlvai ALL RE4DY, ..o
lai-tnnanii'tii. IVo Bftiioulini. O e agent
eceutly obtained 380 aubscrirtiona n
cigmy nour apsoiuie work, cample cop
its aud circulars sent Iree.
. r ... .
U. W. AlJAMS, niihlisher, Chambers
J. S. McCOMMON,
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Sbreckengaual's Old Stahdj
HAN OPACTUBBB AKO DEALER IH "
Fine Gold Jewelry.
' ... ' :
American and Foreign Watches.
U. 8.W. ,
H award ' ,'..'
Englith J . .
O. nta Chains' ' -'
Killsua . "
Herb I bomas Clucks,
Or Id Setts
Jet. ( '
Biwele s '
Fin. aud Stutls
- t'afT Bntious
Hair Jewf try
I Ids Cutlery
A enta for
HIBIE.& TODD'S G'LD PES.
A FULL LNK OFfiOnpS 8P1TABLE FOR
LBEIDAL & BIETBDAT PBESENTS
; tinods made to onlcran l repairing done by
earenil workmen. No eatra eharge lor en
i gravirg goods bought at Ibis establtsbmeot.
1874 PROCLAMATION; 187f'!
THOMAS : A. MELLOR
TJflE BRItDK S2 OBM
Will keep on hand throughout tha
DRESS GOODS, : V
QUEENSWARE, . . ' i
FINE GROCERIES, , .l.. 4.
And a thousand other .
Articles of Comfort Utility arid Ornament;
which I will sell lower than can bo obtained -
elsewhere in Vinton County. '
Examine my stock aud price's before bujlng. t .. v
TI10S. A. MEL10R.
II I0U WOULD CONSULT TOUS
INTEEEST, ' ' .
LOOK AT f His OFFER.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cash!
WE OFFER NONE BUT THE
bEST INSTRUMENTS MACE.
EVERY OM W ARRAXTD 5 YEARS
A $190 organ tor $140
200 v 50
V 220 " 170
'250 " . 183
" 400 piano 300
BOO " 37
" 600 " 450
Ministers, Cbarehra and Sabbath
Scboola furnished at wholesale ratefc
M. II. BARNES;
- - . ..f . r
(resent year a large
and well asseHia - '
west of Market,
Ueatlns School; Uousei,
Churcbes, Lodge Roonit,
Court Houses and
His cleinly, it is economical; It Is health
lul. It keeps up a perfect circulation of ai r.
warming all parts 01 the room alike. It took
the firxt premium over all competitors at tha
Vienna Exposition. Circula-aand pamphlets
containing engr ivmiraand full particulars fur
niahed on appli.-ation, or one ot tha stoves
may be seen in operation at my store. You
are invited to call, and see for yoprselvea.
No. 9, Main St.,
Sole apent for Vinton and Roaa counties, and
jibnl. In nil Ih. .iin.il .i.nrnaa.1 f 1. I-m..Jk
" ' ' v - i - ... mis V""ti"B "Mil
Heating 8tovea, House Furnishing Goo1h,
and manulacturer of all kim'n.nf Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Urdcre from tha
country lor Kpoutiag, Poonng, eto., will al.
ways receive immediate attention.
Fourth Grand Gift Conoert
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY 0I1 KY.
RAWING DEFERRED TILL
Tuesday.3l8t March Next
to complete tha aale of thkets and make a
1,200 Cash Gifts will be distributed
by lot among the Ticket Holders.
1.IST OF eifTfl.
One grand cash gift $250,000; one grand cash
gilt, 100,1100; one grand cash git. Sfl.utiO; one
f rand cash gift, 20,000; one grand cash gift.
10 grand cash gilta.lO.vOOoacb, lOO.uoil;
20 cash gilts, UOO ench, ISO OHO; M cash gifts,
i.imu eai-h. W.ocO, Su ca-h gifta, 800 each,
40,i"; liiocash gilts, Mm each, 40 000; IMpaatr
gittn. SHU (a. li, 46,JO, inVcash gilta, 200 ew h,
60.1100; SVA Cjtah gift", UK) each, 3-',SO; 11,1a 0
Mshgirta.tOeach.S&u.'OO. Total l2.iKiO.iits,
all cai-h, smountmg to tl,SOO.0uo.
The cnances for a gift are as one to Ave.
.The concert and iiatribution of gifta
will vonlittl) aavi iMjiM'roailf. takt place on lUdaf
mote fixed, w et her a I the lickrla re m.i ,.r
not, and the 1 i .cx gifta ail paid 10 proportion
to Ihe number of ticket sold .
PB1CE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, SV); halves, OS; tenth", Or
eerh coupon, f ; eleven nole feKetn fnrf .Vs
tickets for It. i: ll.i vh' letickeu tor
f6.uj-, 227 hnie iickM- for ll'V""'. Bo die
count j-n leea than 6tai worth ol tickets.
Application" for acenciea and Older for
'tickets vhonlH K adHre-t to
TUOH.aS K. BBAXLETTE, '
Agent Hulihi- I itirarv Ky. n i Manager 01 ft
Concert, Putrlio Library BuiIdtBaj. Lotuo
I have just rrianu-
facturedand am now
offering at lowest pri"'
cesa full stock of all
suited to this market;
. I will manufacture?
to order aiMhini :de-.,
sired in mjr hue;
A fuU stock of Cof-; f
tins arid Burial Casesf
always onharid. Wit-
attend funerals' wi
hearse wteri desir
ruih noli ton; .
OornerofHfgn and Loons t Streets,', "
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE :s hereby givea that all persona,
are forbidden to hoot or shoot on tha.
f 'remises of the undersigned. All not heed
ng tins notice will be prosecuted.
a. h. tur vet, '
R. 8AI.1H, !
H. MOFFHINEfl. . j
13novSra A. J. WORTH AN.
MISSES, . !
Fur TrimmingsK ,r " T
swan's mm f ;;
PAINT tftEETY .-
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