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otter to ur AlerobanW tod Furnace
meu DfjYjntonouDty,aupejvr tock
of Dry Good and .Notions, on termi
. h aiosl forbl. ' Iveptiy
J. BOWERS,
, RESIDENT DUNS 1ST,
TrlcArthur, Ohio. , .
i, Particular attention given to lb traatment
r tat natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOARD of School Examiner
for VintOQ County will meet at the
.Ujtn ffiool Hoiiije, in McArihur, on
'.hVlsY add Srd Mtturday of Morcb,
April, May, tieptetuber, , October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
JaBuary,'" February Juno", July, Au
,gut and December, in each year. Ex
.Vaminaiiooa to commence at ten o'clock,
'' A, NUitSutiafactry evidence of guiud
' Jnoral character will be required in all
cases. ; A fee of 60 cent i required
t . 4) f law from each applicant. .!
i'i M. tt.-BAll.Ni3 Ch'n ) Board of
,-JLJS..JUUUN. V School Ex-
' TL: v. rKKtUE; ctic, j ammers.
01. !
1
trWftWW1 .apltary;All Aasoia
tlon. " .
or th fceliefaad' Our ol th Erring and Ua
,iV o' fcrlanaUoa MbolplM of Chrlatian ' I
ir.jiMi ii', Fhilaihropy. ? '
' ' " Euyi o li ITrfoTi of Youth, and tit Sri
i .uiteeef Age,' relation. JUrriag od 8olal
with 'lanltaiy- aid ftr Ui afflioled
SLiUA, freaV , 4lJ Weop',,','Wia),
.' iBOWAEU AcXMUATIONi P, Pl.l'tuel
Ukil t. ' t I
sfWXSte;',ENCAHPMNT
, iJeVi TJ EGDIiA Meetinge oftbla En.
It'JT' lX'Tuppmetif will hereafter e
.luMeavtbur. feblfW.We.. U "
TKeTavorit6 Fine-Cut
XHE'tahVviera'tlhoii:, I now taking the
lead ol all other hraorte. Bright in color,
pleasant in taate, IoumIi and luting iu chew,
thia tobacco poaaeaae every cpiMlitr to unit
ebawrra, aod !! by tha 10 uiuiid bucket
fully lOo cheaper per pound, Ihao anf other
a bread of the same grade and per hi in leaa
' uali(T. luo backet of thia relemaUKi brand
I hate-been aold In Chillifolhe atone within
. tkalaattwo month, and trade mill increaa.
Ing. f'i'ry It bC'H JiFrEK KHAMKK
Chillicoihe, Ohio, are the) Manufaoturar'
I tagenw and veil at lowaat Factor) Pnt-ea.
I i rimaf 187a .
jQUEKNHVVARE
MHYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
, ' 67 PAINT blllET.
: CniLLlOOTUE.OUlOA
IiVlTBtha attention of merr-hantaend fur
aaueinen to the large aiork of t he above r
teleaju't reoeireil. We will eell at I e very
' lowat Iturea to the trade. Ordera anlu'itfd
' -nd promptly attemivd .0. 84Ul
TUATWillCUIS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING.
JEINT 'AND PROSPEE
JThonsands- of Lives and Millions of
.1 i.. Property Saved
'Y UjlS6 TIE' AjMEJIICaN
SAFEIVKEROF LAMPS.
. "Tue'e nmp are mi.de of braea and will
-.ever break. -
The biirnere hare a falety lube allxrhment
or eecnpe of aaa. and. will never riptuue.
! ' Tetimni- are made ol mica ibio
tfl ana eo rahed and tlirv nif Ihfi nlj bunp
camihevv made lhat jfll umbrtak by hem or
,.eld. " . .
i - Mlaaa chtmnev are nnfead expanaiv
4bia la (ha nmHral uuiiinlaini.
liver aeventy-flve uiiIIioihi of glai-a lamp
. chinioey are broken io ihia cuuu4ry every
. jear. '
Price of hand Inmpa, Ri'Diplete, with mica
' himae)s, on dollar, rrmeof l.ronae paclor
i r aland lamp, tao dollar mix In any url
- of tha Uniti Mlatee hy Hm (i receipt ot
' the money by mfil. loo agt-oir aanteu io
, aetl the la. pa and inn a chimney in eveiy
euj and town, to whom a liberal iiwouiit will
be made. Bend lcramile lamna and cirun.
lara jNTiair -aH particulara. They ajieak for
thameeltea and nell on riarht. Addreaa,
... ...AMtaUN I'A'KH LAM P CO.."
o. S4U Pearl atreel, ew York.
AILENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
'lILLON.HOTJSTON&CO,
PROPBIB ORS.
TT A VINO Stted up our machinery in firat--'
Jlclaea atyle, we arc prepareil to do
OAEDIHQ, 8PINHINQ St WEAYINQ
enahort nniica and in the moat aornman
, , lika manner We have on band and tor aal
at our factory, a good aupulyof
GOODS,
Buchaa
' Jeans, Flannels. Blankets, &c,
a .k
' ' -1 ' : which we will aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
JHOtBTON, lilLl.ON i 0,
Sob . Allenavillet Vintou 0 . 0.
-aH AM DEN MILLS.
POZZENS A JOHNSON.
jBpPRIETOBS
IIAITIbEIV, O.
WE have parchaaed and Stled up tha
abtur aiilla and aolieit tba trade ol in
armar tl Ua vaii. . ..
4 Special attention RiTen to
.CUSTOM WORK,
And ear given to plea. all eaatomere. Mr.
A. A. (JO.ZZKN8, an experienced miller, baa
.charge ol the mill, and will not tail to deal
fnity and give general eatiautction.
HourHear and Feed
Oa band aal for aal at
rXOvTEST MARKET PRICES
t Satir' J CUZZENS AJOHNbO
... """ innar iTnunia ,wi ww
' jtk. Halrmrcha ol .Mlwr. eocampmeute
. 'woo in if b .rUthing on) ,ovmi lire invited to
attend, i PAKlbHoRTON.O.P.
Jul TRrt. 8. ' ' ' 1
iNsxx Tuesday is the regular
- ttockaaledayt i '
s-'.2u ii ix-
THE VINTON RECORD.
Omolal Orgia of Vintoa County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Mk. 8bt, oar Mursntl, re
quests n to i7 that ordi
nances of the 'tillage have
been duly passed and publish
ed to prevent drunkenness,
the use of vulgar, indecent or
profane language, tbe playing
of ball or other games, on tbe
streets,' or conduct disturbing
the quiet or order ot the vil
lage,' the firing of guns or oth
er firearms, the throwing of
dirt or other filth into atreets
or alleys, and injury to side
walks by ridiug or driving on
ihenr, or otherwise. These are
some ol the 'Ordinances most
irequently , violated, ll is the
duty '6f.(' the Marshal 1 to arrest
persons offending against any
ot the provisions ot these' ordi
naocei, ou slghtaod he wishes
tue publlo'to be notified - thai
he ill enforce these' aa well
aa all other oxdinant es, with
out lear, favor or affectionl- All
p'ersvns and especially our
loud mouthed and unruly boys
will Jo 'well to 'heed ibis
notice, '' By doibg.rio ihey will
save hetuielves Jrbmfliie and
imiirisoMnavnt..-
v ' " '
. ,., - i;
Teh tJourt .ol U nam in Pleas
ipr thioaty will doijvenu,
Tuesday, Jilay fiih.v The lollo v.
trig named per'song have bean
drawn as juror:
GRAND JURY.
. Jchn Oou'lier, Win. Sailers.
Leonard Arbaugh, John M.
Thomas, ., Thomas Ankrom,
James Hutt. R. (J. Waller, Syl-
vahas' Ratcliff, Hiraru Wilson,
S. T. Weed, Isaac Keeion, John
Eals. Abraham Bryson, John
Bray and James llaghes.
PETIT JURY.
Fredrick Ora llebaiigh. Win.
Fulier,sJaines Myers, Jeremiah
SBowen, ' Jacob Boiie,So1niMen
Shipley, Abraham Arganbright
F. A. (lawk. B. F. Johnson,
Sebastian Spicer,"lii08 Reed,
John Truiner.
At the last examination of
teachers, the following nam id
persons received cenificatfs:
For 12 Months. Ua Bdird
and Sarah M. Loj:s(1iiii.
For 6 Months. Emma E!lis
Ann Iiulchinsnn, Mollie Lent,
Charity Darbv. Eliza Haines
. ii
worth Dana Onzail, Elizu Trim
mer, Fanny Florence, Mary
Uoldren, Caroline Martindill,
Anna Ualbreath and Lizzie Allison.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Notikk of contest of elec'ion
on the grounds ot uon real
deuce has been served upon
Win. &ry, who was elected
Rlarclial, at the late e!eeun.
U. S CUypnnlfv, we under-
stand,' has caused the inatier
to be brought belore the court.
The trial will take place Io
morrow netore the fro bate
Judge. From whit we can
learn it will amount to noih-
ng.
Leaser Spraoob is building
a new and handsome wagon
lor the McArihur Brass Band.
It will seat fourteen persons.
Bernard Denker, of Uaiudrti.
isdoio'g the panning. It will
befiuiished in a week or two
and will cost the boys about
$200.
Wi understand Mr Chas.
Miller of Uamden has agreed
vtitb the ladies of that village
to discontinue the retail liquor
business oo rertain conditions
which we did not learn. Nor
could we learn that the propo
sition was accepted. Our Ham
den correspondents have failed
us this week.
Ma . J.C EvASe.ol Delaware
who addressed the- Ladies
at the Presbyterian church
some three or four weeks since,
has sent the League at halt
dozen camp chairs to be used
in conducting the temperance
campaign.' , ...',!",
Tbk newly elected corpors
lion, offi-ers were sworn into
office last Monday eveuing.
Tle new township officers were
installed on Tuesday morning.
i " aji ' La-1
AATtt.aaawU tamrlW aJ aUrfrl.
The Odd Fellows of Hamden
on Temperance.
The following resolutions
passed by Hamden Lodge No.
517, I. O. O. F, have been
handed us for publication:
Inasmuch s the ladies of
Uamden are engaged in an
effort to abolish. tbe. sale and
use of Intoxicating liquors, and
ai the influence of intemper
ance has' attained so trfghtful
a magnitude iu our country,
and as the spirit, as well as the
laws of oar order, regard in
temperance as one of the vilest
evila; therelore,
'" Kesolved, That we, as Odd
Fellows, pledge ourselves to do
all in our power to counteract
the influence ol litis evil, and
that we' tender our heart-lelt
sympathy and support to the
ladi s of llautdeu ttnd vicinity,
in their movement to, suppress
the' evils 61 intemperance iu
our midht.
Kesolvld, That the Secretary
belaud is hvroby" iusiructed to
rauiult! a copy ol these reso
lutions to the President ol the
Ladies' Temperance .League ol
WM OGIER, Sec'y.
HAMDEN, 6th, '74.
HAMDEN, 6th, '74. From Wilkesville.
WILKESVILLE, O., April 8th, 1874.
..r.r.. r .. r.i r i . - .
v iih)sv i agam uuiurtu-
nate iu the way of accidents
two, more cases of, brokeu
bones! One, a son ol Mr. J no.
Levis.' liis brother was help
ing him on a liorse, threw hiui
over tfie horvi and, lalliligjon
bis arm,:' broke it. , ;Tlie other,
a young man-Vy the name; of
Thomas Sprouse, iractored his
collar bone . Caused by a fall
while scuffling. Dr. Cliue, who
has charge of these cases, re
ports them doing well, also
slates that be has dressed and
treated some twelve brokeu
bones since last July.
A grand exhibition t was
given on Tuesday evening in
the town hall, by" the home
taVeut scholars of the Acad
eruy, . assisted, by tbe "Lik
Chain Minstrels" ot Wilkes
vtlle. It was considered by
all to be a complete success.
The hall was so lull that all
could not be comlottably seat
ed, but everybody seemed to
enjoy ihe perlormancj. They
have be best wishes of all lor
N. C.
The lollowltig is the report o
the Hamden High School for
the month ending April 10,
1874 The 'left hand column
shows the grade in studies the
right in deportment :
Anntft NcKlniitss 100 100
Mamie Can-act 99 100
Murv Thoraus. 09 100
Molly Craljc . 99 100
Matlle Bucley 99 100
h. t. Cninpbfll 98 100
Kaniile Johnaon 93
Aniiii.tln llve-kitc 06 100
Ornha Mi-Kiiinlss 95HIUu
Mary Knjrjtles 95 1M)
A null' r'ornter 95 100
Claru Fiiliie 95 100
Flora Baker ... 95 1U0
Mamie Hnmly 93 . 1U0
Nellie Cozzimis. absent at ex. 100
Kmiim Hekltt ' " " . 100
Therena Davlsson " H ' 100
Kuth Ka? , - u 100
Hattle Cramer 100
A mile Norn .-. 100
Joint lloffhine 100 100
T. H. C'ralir ... 1"0 l'0
Alvlit McKinntis 99 100
IIiiKlt C.;nifron 97 100
Homer Robbing 97 100
Henry Henderson 95 100
W. D. Paine 95 100
George Smith 91 100
AT the last meeting of the
M. Y M. C. A. it .was ordered
that tbe following queslion be
discussed at ihe next meeting.
Monday evening,' the 20tb, at
their Hall :
Res Iced- That the ladies'
movement in the temperance
rause is hetier and more ef
fective than any that has pre
N. J. BOWERS,
Secretary.
Note the change in tha days
the hack runs to and from
Wilkesville and Hamden as
appears in the advertising col
umn.
C0RRE8P' RDbNTS like "N. C.,w
who give us items of locrl in
teres! w hich occur in the coun
ty are always welcome. .
TUABE3 to Hon. H. S. Bundy
and Uen.'Sberwood,T .members
ot Congress, lor official docu
ments. ?r. ;
Judgi, IlARPta fined, John
Price, of Portsmouth, $75 and
sent 'him to. jail . 30 'days for
selling .liquor iu . violation ol
the law. r 1 , , , - I
Something New and Valuable
for the Good Housewife.
' Mr. C. C. Cralt is introduo-
log to tbe people of this ceun
ty -a novel and usefrjl,-little
steam cooking arrangement to
be used on an ordinary cooking
stove- It consists of three
drawers, one ranged above the
other over a reservoir of boil
ing water. ; The steam iscojj
municated by means of valves
to the contents of the drawers
which are designed to bold
fruits, vegetables, meats, pud
dings or whatever it may be
desired to prepare lor tbe ta
ble. : .. ,
,The advantages ot this little
mat bine are many, and among
ihem not the least is the
healthlulness of the articles
cooked, in it, as well as the
cleanliness aud the freedom of
the kiichen from steam and
disagreable oders of cooking.
One, or half a dozen articles
may be prepared at once; the.
cooking l8rdonu thoroughly in
one (bird sstiingthanbj the
ordinary raeihod,' without pos
siblity 0 burning or s;co)rching;
it occupies no more room on
ihe stove than would one ordi
l ' I'l ' i 'I'..'
nary pot. It is'perfectly pim
ple in cbii Jlruclfon, and what
eve;y woman will wish to be
assured ifcere js do more
danger of its , explosion, than
there is( of lh,e jeiplosion of
her tea kettle. ; it is a really
useful article- and will prove a
great -labor-saver. tQ overy wo
man who gets one. Mr. Craft
is at the McVey House, will
remain a t-hort lime, and will
take pleaaure in showing the
cooker 10 ihe ladies who wish
to examine them, and give
them the opportunity to test
1 hem practically before purchasing.
There is a lady of Sagadahoc
county, Maine, who has a head
61 remarkably fine hair. The
average length is seven feet
five inches. When unbraided
and falling loose, it trails for
quite a distance on the floor
She has refused ;a large offer
or the hair, oa which she
naturally prides herself next to
her bead.
Toe United States Senate has
passed a bill to fix the maxi
mum of legal teuders at 94 )0,
000,000, and to add $4,000,000
to the bank circulation, mak
in p that $400,000000.
BIRTHS.
At Vinton Furnace. April 9. to Mr
and Mrs. Samuel Devault, a soli.
lit Cll'tton tp, March, io Mr
and Mrs. Ella England, tw ins, son
and daughter.
la Elk tp, March to Mr. and
Mrs Georjfl Chapman, a son.
DIED.
In MArtliur. 011 the 14th lnet of
tH'iii I giiiitfreue, Mrs. Sarah A. Kane.
Agftl 09 years.
MARRIAGE LICENSE.
Valentine A. Zimmerman and Jen
nie Hawk.
, Simeon P. Deeverand Mrs. Cynthia
DiinUe!
SWUET POTATOES
v
AND
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
rinHB underaisned wiahea to iniorm hia old
1 euat'imera and putilie generally thai
he einecu to be preiiared to furnirh th
with aweet potaioralnr ared at three uollara
ner biikAel and plan), at US centa per bond ed
through Ihe coming aearon. Reairfence
milea aouth of llnArthnr Addreaa Monhur
ordundaa. , t.Kvl WYMAH
McArthur Market.
Flour, per nacx $2.00
t oru Meal per bush i5
Corn 0
OaU 40
Wheat :..1.80al.40
Beans X0U2R0.
Potatoe 75
Dried Apples 160
Dried Peaches 3.'0
Timothy Seed per bush.... 4 00
.lover 675
Onions " .75
Havton . ..ia.00al5.oo
Hams, country .12
" ansrar cured....... .la
Smoked MUes , . .10
Shoulders 8U310
Pickled Fork , 8.i0
kkks ;..v '
Butter.... ; 80
Cieese M 20
Lard..' 38
Tallow i... . .08
Chickens, live 15i.25
llocking Salt per bbl 3.40
Sacks . . " 15a25
Yinpirar. cider 40
White Fish 9-00,
Mackerel IO
Klo Coffee 83 33
Tea 1.00al.25
Co flee Sutrar 12
Yellow n ll
New Orleans Molasses 80ft 1.00
Sorghum- " 405O
8yrup .t... 73a.l.00
Star t'nnillea. nr lb .33
Tallow - ,.. ' .15a20.l
foao. country -er lb. ' 3x6
rentnerSV, Mr. ... . ...t.twwiu
Kaffg I
CtJ,verba . ' ' k !
Hogvdxvjsc,,jui....t) a ol
NE'V ADVERTISEMENTS
NOTICE.
FARMS TO RENT.
TIT E have a btrte qnaotitv of food hrm lead
' urn which a aeeoad grqwib of limher haa
been -allowed toeeme ua, which wa wiah Io
put under rinllvatioe, and are prepared to
rem 10 fcnne 1 fifty or eiity ecrea each, upon
aatlWaetory terms nnna appliranon at eui
ofnee.- BANCKUFT a RAI'ER.
Vinton furnace.
i
'
i
WIIIESYTLLEAHD HAMDE5
HACKLINE.
I WILL run hack from Wilkeavill to
Hamden and return eiarv Tueaday, 1 hura
dav, and faiuMar for ihe aiTommodatiod
of eaaaengera. makin cloae connection with
the mail Iraioa on Ihe M. AC. R.R. twill
aleo carry expreaa package ahipped t or
from pointt by the Aoania Expreaa Co.
aepT HA V MILliEK.
NEW YIM DAY-BOOK.
A Pemocratie Weekly. EataMiahed M
It anppnrta white aiipiemac, political and
aocial. Term, Si it year. To clubs nine
enpiea for f 9 Aecimen enpie. fro. Addreaa
kay-hihik, new Tommy.
CD FLORENCE CD
Tin UrMltd S if &4
FLORENCE SEW I NO MACU1NB CO.
againat the Binger, Wheeler A Wllaon
and Orover i Baker raa. Involving ever
$200,000,
Aaaily dftidnl ty lae
Aiama. Vmai , Ua ( mud filtlm
in favor oii'iefLOKEXCi;, which alon
lae AUmfotf . Hijk Prl at.
THE NEW FkORENCE
X) la. ml) maakint Uul ma Wrhwrd oad Jw
nnl or Io rtoal md ItL
.AmjilMt 1'a.oawl IH4 ; .' '
Sol tea t'aB Oair teott Time TO
t'liCBS and D&JU.KHH.
April 1874. riamn, Mam.
J. C. COLi;,11A., Tl.D. .
Haa permanently located in ,,
MoAl.;THTJl., Oa.'
for th pracUo if ' .
MEDICINE and SURCERY
to which he Will devo hi entire attention.'
OKKK'E in Lwvie' Huildina ud alalra. oudo-
pun v iuiiiii vuuutj owns, ,
itiainaaua ,
H O. JONES, ,
... . ATTOETATLAW,' ,J,
REL ESTATE: AGENT.
BlcArtltur, Tlnton Ca, O. '
realIestite
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAIN3 19 LAND3.
A BABE CHANGE TO BUY A HOME
il HE fellowing lt.nd will be aold tow on
J. n a.onabl terran aa to na men ta.i
.OAACREt of fls limber land, near the
1ZUM0. R. R. The limher will more
OiMn pay for the land it put up id the market,
Title perfect. For full dekuription call upon
it. v, .lunbs.
WITHIN mile of the M. A 0. R.
R The lrm containa u acrea
tony acrea cleared. Hair iniprore-
working. a4 feet beat coal. For laie cheap.
nivum. n kuimi Dual latum uirunuvi
120 lores in Harrison Township,
r OOD timber land, welt watered and near
tthe railroad.
rule perfe4.
Will b. aold low.
Itriao
H.O. JONES.
KuChY liOLATIA JilLVtll SI'liLCE
The moat beautlfuMre in America,
Round Caotua,
. - Mountain Sunflower, .
Painter's Brush,
" ' Pike's Peak Columbine,
. . , j . OTH . -
- Rooky Mountain Epeoialties,
For descriptive catalogue and prlc Hat ol
eed, audiea.,
, LANOIS & FOGAN,
Dim via. CoLoiiB j. '
peciat Balm Io Kurtrrymen and ciaerv.
TEMPERANCE SONG B00I,
TUF MUSICAL FOUNTAIN.
A COMPLETE collection oftEMPERANCE
MUSIC, containing fifty aiirrng aongn, all
harmonitcd for three or foirr vnit-e.. Jnt
th book for the Temper me Unvement, now
ena-pi.-lna pnhlm attention. Pri' -Son by
mail, ot I'anl. Per ilonri, U Puhllahed
by JOHNCHUKUU CO., Cincinnati, O,
Stlfeb Wa 4t .
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs!
HEDGE PLANTS !
Nursery Stock! Pruit&Flower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
B L 0 0 M I N G Tf N; MUB--EBY,
ILLINOIS.
too aerea: Kd Tear: IS arreenhouaea. eat-
Apple, l,oiio l jr.. la&i 1 j. Ui; Hy. S40,-4y
eataloguea, vi eenia. eijaii
J. S. McCOMMON.
JEWELER ""SILVERSMITH
OppokiU tha Emmitt Bouse,
Sbreckegaut's Old Stand
CHHUC0THE, OHIO,
HAtCFAOTUBia AXD DliLIB ! . .
Fine Gold Jewolrya
Agents for
American and Foreign Watcnes.
Elgin Watch.
tj. a. w.
Buward "
TValtham
Bprlnjttol'
SWw' .
Inglllb
Otnu' Chain.
Mllaoa "
Opra
that.lla
Setb 1 bona. Croak.,
Wlleabarf "
T.rry
. Grid ttta
DiaMnd "
Pearl "
Jet
Oamet "
MccklaoM
Bracele a "
Pin. and Stml
t'nfl Bniioa.
TbinblM
. Hair Jewelry .
' Spetiactea
Shver Ware
P'aied Iter.
rinaOatlery
A nt far
mil & mn gold pexs.
A FULL LfitEOFOOODfl 80ITABLB POK
HOLIDAY,
BEIDAL 6t BIBTHSAY PEESENTS
unonjiooranitrepainogdonebt
warerul workmen. No eir charge for en-
grair ape boo.h t tai aa1aWiahni.
ii i '
n
it : i
, And Cloth, Caams aod Ppr
In large .lock and. fjtt variety rery
tomera without extra chare., .
low.
- AND
D. M. FERRY'S
Celebrrted Flower and Garden Seeds.
Aaaorted rarietle of each inoluding everything growa la a flower or vegttakla
garden. - . i
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Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nislfes and Brushes just
received, at SISSON'Sa '
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THOROUGH WORKMANSHIP.
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BIEATUTariOF
Material Used
PEBFECT IN TONE AND C0NSTEUCTI0N.
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GREATEST DURABILITY.
THE LOWEST PRICE.
A higher recommendation of theae excellent Instrument coo Id not r
deaired than tbe nurueroua testimonial from those who have need them ani
given thtm the severest trial. Nothinft can be tuperior to their liht,)delicaHr
tourh, while the quality ia uiiirewally admired. -Every Valley Gem Is not only
warranted lor Ave years but i guaranteed to five atlrw
aatlafucf Ion or to be returned at our
bend for illustrated catalogue with music
D. n. BALDWIN & CO.,
. ' Dealers in Eanos and Organs,
168 WEST F0TJETH ST., CINCINNATI, 0f
J.M. UVVIVK,
Agent for Vlntoa Conljr,
IIulbrtIlouse,MoArthar O.
1874 PROCLAMATION . 1874
THOMAS A.
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THE J3 RICK 82 ORE,
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Will aoep on hand throughout th prssent yaf a large an4 well U-nktl
stock of
JEWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS,
TTOT.THERY.
QUEENSWABE,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
And a thousand othsr ,
Articles of Comfort Utility and Oniament,
which I will sell lower
elsewhere in Vinton County.
, Examine my stook and prioes before buying.
TII0S. A. MEL10B,
it you Would oon3ult youb
" lUTEBIST,
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
25 PER CENTDISCOMT
On all SCi lea for Cashl
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Ala R. DARNES
High St., tw door weat of Marvel, ,
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