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special .notices.
J.,K, TUWttU orwuwuih, Ohw,
offer to tlie Merchant atid Furnace-
Bab of Vinton county, t superior (lock
of Dry 0kU und Notions, ob terms
Ibe nost favorable. ' Iveptty
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDE!' Dlifl tl&T,
' IflcArtluir, Ohio;
Particular atteutton gie o to the treatment
0 lb. natural teeib. .
Notice to Teachers.
TI1E ROAltD of School Examiner
for Vinton Count will meet tit the
Uniop School Ilouae, In lc Arthur, on
the' 1st and 3rd h'aturduysof March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January," February, June, Jul, Au
gust and December, in each ear. Ex
auiinatioiis to 'oinninenoe at ten o'clock,
A. M. tfatieliiotory evideooe of good
moral! character will be required In all
eases, AJee of .50 ttfjits js required
tylaif Irodi euoh applicant. .:
11, 11 BAU. ES Cli'it I lloard of
J.A.lUiUNT jnohunl . Ei
L.' 0. f EKL'UE, Cl'k, J Buiinere. -
tlowu'rd Sanitary A hi Ahsociu-tlun.
'Forth KeliarVad uureol the Erring and On
--'fortiitte'onVriuelileoof Ohriattaa ' '
" .thlliintliroij.
iaaay. on lb Krrora of ioiith,an.l the fbl
'tin of Ak, i relation le Marring aa.i Social
IfiU, with aaditaty :aid for the afflicted
Scat &,' iu MHla I nvrliH. . Atnrea,
flttWAItl) AiHoOl li'lON, 'Bui P, i.:'vnl
Bhia.l'a. ..'';''..'. .,
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
N0..115, 1. 0. 0. F.
I Kl.lll.AH MeetinuenlihiaRn
b::miiini.iil. wiU nerealier la?
n,i sruul and laat
V . Alouday eveiiiuua at' each
7Httf Slay
-moata. fair iin-li' 'inter cucainpiiit-ut
vimi niuv bi.yiHtii.i( ooi n are, iiiviieu to
attend ; FAKltliUUlU,(!,P.
J.ihh T. Hurra, 8.
Mi-Arthur, Keii'y 17, IH7U.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
'MI'E V irwi-rK' i limce. la now mkii u t tie
I lead n, hII other lirioula. Itiiuhl in ciilor,
pleaeanl in laete. t'H. (ill mid Ib-ihii- in die,
Una luiiacco pueeea-.eM every 4ii -l'i) to anil
enrwere, ana eeite it ine 10 pi'iinu iiuruet
fully loo iivH( r it iiimiiki, iiiim any other
, brand of the eatiie arile Hint t-rli !- I'
-rpialiiy. Hio hui'Krln nl tin celeOiiiiea hrmi'l
)me tieeu mill in i hill'i mliH n In n within
th IhbI two iiiuiithe. Hint liiintf i-lill ini ieu.
lug. "try II" r-CIUiKl-J-.K t KIMMKK
Chillu-oilie, llhio, are the Mniil.u-tiireia'
-agent unci fell at loweel Factory V rn.ee.
Miliar 187a
QUEbiNtiWARIi:
NYE &MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 1'AIHT yiliET.
CHILLI CO TUEtOIIlO,
IVITE ihOBtifniiou olniciclinnlaind fur
iiuoiiuii lo ill InrM .to 'li oi (tit noovc ht
do jnt riN'oiveil. tV will nell al t r voiy
lown.t Aiiirr I" the Irmlv ttidrra KnliritfU
Bit iirouiully Ktteiii'nl o. 24,ul
Til A I WHICH IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH AWEBTISIKB.
PEINT AND PROSPER
.Thousands oi Lives uud Millions .i
froptrty kaved! , ,
HX II? 1X0. 111E AMERICAN
.SAFL1YKLKUSENFLAS1PS.
The lump, are nude cf binnt. and will
a.rrr Mi'uk.
1 he I'Hriif m liavo a nali-ty lulio mlm hineirt
for tli fwiupyiif iia, nun will hfver exlmie.
'I lichiiiiiif):. ara maitf 4l initaa or iiiti
K ( ihi-kI nnit v I he 1 ul lm
cbnnneyi made thai mil uotbrmk ly heat or
eold. . .
laaa nhimnev arc nnwlc onrt rxpeiiaite
thia la the univrvHl eouiilniiit.
ar avvpiiiy-fltv inillloiia of pin- lump
ehiiuimy. r brokun iu tin. vuiiuny etory
J.ar
Price ol hand lampa, i" n'j'H. with mica
ehmmrya, one in llur I'n of l ioi.n-imiiur
or tnd lamp two dollHrciil lo u pall
oflha Limit-. 1 Main l. iXirr on rH Piptm
Ilia inoiwt liy limit inn i.jiiiif Bliit-il 10
aall Ihnar la pa ami mi a cliuiiiicya n ihv
eit) and Uu tn whom a hla ial iiM-ount alii
Da made, aeml lor miiii le laioi a alW- I'iniii
lara tli vi 'k' all pariU'Uhm. Ihey aptnK lor
thoir.f l- and wil on iaht Aii'ilieKn,
AMtHKaN 'A' K IV l.aM (..'
bo. iMO Pearl aireet. ew tork.
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MiLL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO,
HAVING Sited up our machinery in Aral
clae atyle, w a rr prepared do
CAEDINQ, 8PIIHIH6 & WAVIHG
on ahori uolne ami ill Ihe nmat orhii'BD
like manner, We hnvci n linn I and lor le
at our lauiory, a X""d supuiy ol
tom-h aa
Jeans, Flannels, Elankets, &c.
ahli-h we will eell cheap
The Higheat Market Price L Cash,
Pirl t. Wool.
BOleTON. MUdMn,
Sou Ailenntilie. ViiHou C , O.
riAMDEN MiLLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
- .' - ,
PROPRIETORS
WE have puic!nuu and filled up the
ahove mifla ami eoheil the trade oi the
larmera ot tbl. yrnuity. -
Special attantion Riren to
CUSTOM WORE,
r . . 1 . 1 ' . '. -
Aid ear giren to pleaae all eurtomera. Dr.
A. A. COZZib, ail Hrinitea nnller, ha
charge 01 the niin.auu will not tail lo deal
lairly aodju'egeaaral aalitlaciiou.
r '
Hour, Keal and Feed
On hand an I for aale at
lojfEST MARRLT PRICES
loilT " J UZZbKS A JuH NfcON
PkoCTKR, the antrououier, lee
Cared 100 times ia -thU coqutrj. ,
VINTON RECORD.
Ofnolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
( t'oUHTooiiVeiiea at McArtUur
urxt Tuesdu'y, Utty 6tb. '
Barkett UooK etatted on a
short trip to iho Weal ou lue-
day' 1llILi:
Samuel R. Bay bas taken an
to liuriBell a wile since liis re
moval lo the (Vest, a daughter
of Mr.'Wm. Bra v.
Is passing over the M. & U.
IL li. last week we noticed tbat.
the wheat along the whole line
of ihe road was lookiDg ex
ceedinglv fine. '
- Tiik tfint.eriii'e niovemenl
in our place remain, as UhI re
ported, no atreet work being
dune, but: the . daily prayer
niei'iingti at the church be nip
coni ii ued.
i " t
Two projects are on foot for
buildinc a railroad .tram Jim
pi tee' to Oirc.Jeville and Uoluin'
bun. . One is to be narrow
truiij.-e" roii('; the other, lie ordi
nary t:UH gef Tite con tea i ants iie
wax im waritiii behtll ol their
renpeciive routes i They huve
nut advanced far enough yet
io dveloi iivietiiioituT .
4
, TiiE lllrln, and cold of Tiles,
day appear to have been Ken
ral lliniugli Ohio and Indiana.
Ice- lot rued here abmit . at)
Hulith tl an in h in lliichnetts,
w liiclt Hbniit as cold a it net
tins late in the, aeason. Die
Iruil crop Hppeitrs nut to haVr
been .materially injured nol
wubtilaiiiling the -x ienio cold
New Arrivals.
0 Duwd & iJunj are leceiv.
ing their second slock of new
nd well selected c'olhini:,
buotit and shoee. and genl'f
lurnixhing gooda, which were
bought at the lowest cksIi
pnueo, and will be sold correa
pondiugl.v. li you Waul a good
suit give t lie til a call, or anv
thiiij: in I heir line of goods.
New Music.
We havo received ihe. fol
lowina choice new pieces, e
lecled (rum the puiilicatiuil ol
! Jului (Jliurch & (Ji'.,Ciiiciniun
iluriiia the pint tit unlit. Tuey
will be Hem to any address bv
the publishers, postpaid, on re
ceipt ol price:
When May was a Lissie,
sung and chorus, ty WttlUm
A (Jiirixty. Price. 30 e nl.
Vinletf, song, b Fredrick
W. R. t. I'ri je, 35 cet'n.
Go Work upon a Farm, h
song for to-day, words by Sid
nay IJurburi, music by 'Dolus
Price, 35 cents.
Transfers of Real Estate.
' Ziieaki Cttoipaiiy lu Alt X in
dt r Tlitniias iu-lot 155 Zleki,
m 'J
. Zileski Company to William
Sprout, in-lut 221, Zileski.
350.
' Marv V. JuhnFnn to Richard
Cltiinnts, iu-lot 5, McAnhur,
1 200.'
Julio Brity to" John R I'lvn-.
67 acres, Swan township, $1,700,
D M. CMayt.m to W O Sid'
man, in lot 1. McAril ur, $300
11. C. Ilttyiies to Wiisuii Ily
a't. 194 itcref, Eagle tp.. $1 500
Wion Hyatt to A A. Wilds,
194 itcreR. Egle tp., $1 950.
W'ii.. II. L ngley V AhMgiue
in Cankroptcy to IVter A
Senile, 40 acres, Viit'ou tp.
$470 '.
Peier A Satin, to E. R. Me
t bee, at a I, same, $800.
'IS 0. Uriswi.lil lo Martin E
tx 60 acreo, Harrison tp,33J
Martin Eaex to Eli Graven,
et al, 40 acres, Uarrisun tp.,
$16650.. ;
Auditor of Vinton C'uiinty to
J lin A Fulton, 80 acres, Ur
iieonlt p.,f5 22. . . '
Allen Kuttinson In -William
kalbarne, in lot 160, Z .leski,
$000. " ; .. " .
Win.1. ' Allen, . Governor, to
Ivurv ' Thacker, 100 -acres,
Witkesvlle tp.,- ' ' . '
Win. - Allen, -. Governor to
Benj Uawk. 101 acres, Wilkes
yiite tp. t: -.
Tbk Annual Convenlinn of
the Ohio State", Editorial Asto.
cialioo will convene at Colum-
tbus Friday, May" 29ib.M " N,.
Wg ordered a number of trees
ami pilots last week from F. E.
Phoenix, :. whose advertisement
our readers have no doubt notic
ed in the RaCoRD from time to
time.1 They came through ill
two days in as good condition as
though they had jutt been taken
from the ground.- The nursery
is among the'largest in the coun
try, contains 600 acre and 13
greenhouses, aud ia - ordering
from Mr. Phoenix for several
yers past we Lave had occasion
to congratulate ourselves on the
g-wr condition in which each or-'
der was received, owing to care
ful packing and shipment. .We
commend the Blnomington Nur
sery to the patronage of our
r ad-r. 'Iho climate of . that
prt of Illinois coirvfppnds with
t ur climate hers, sn i(t m not to
be . negligently; considered, , aud
our. experieui-e loaches as that a
better claps of goods and fait er
prices may Le obtained, than of
iravoling 'agents ftho infest 'he
country palming off inlerior trees
aud plants. . . ,' .',
A Book for Grangers.
The Rational Pubii-liinit
Company4' of' Uinotiinatlliave
juil is?u"d a . book entitled
"Tlie 'LHstury of the Grange
M'tveineii ; or, The Fanner1
W,ir atruinst Munhpulies,'' be
1112 a lull and authentic a
count of the struggles til the
American lamien against the
extorliutia ol the. railroad com
p iiiies, with a history of the
rne and progreM 'if the or ter
u Patrons ol Husbandry, ii
ubjec's,' present cniidiiiun and
pninpet; s, lo w Inch is added
nketcltes oi the leading gran
gers, by Edward Winsiow Mr
liu, author ol ''Behind the
Sceu 'S in WdHhiiigiun,'r etc.,
etc, illustrated vilh 60 fine en
gravings and portrait of lead
ing gra.igers."
From advance sheets, we
judge the work lo be one
Aiiich Alii meet w it h, ready1
-aie. The sniiject is hitudled
in igoroiia style,-and the case
til the Farmers Va. Monopolies
is stated in a very 6trongmat -iter.
The book has met with
hearty endorsement Iroin many
oi the leading Ura tgers ol the
country. T A.Tiiompsoii, Lec
turer ol' llie fiaiional Graue,
writes to the au -liar!
'Owing to the magnitude
and popnlariiy ui the Older u'
Pa I run (i of Husbandry now
ll'ere ia a great deman I lor in
(urination" concerning 'he 0:
dtr Tina you ln.e. met in
v"ur UiUir i the Orange
Moveiiieni'' in an admirable
maimer. The work is oppor
tune and merits au extensive
circulation. It c!i nol tail to
educate Ihe public to an ap
lr ciaiion o; the uecess'ty and
justice of this gn-ai movement.
I leel iliaiiMiil that vou hive
rV'-d ihe cause ho etlicien y.v
Another Fresh Arrival.
Oi the l itest styles and most
deeirable qii;ilitie of all kinds
0 dry goods has just been re
civet! at the cheap t-ah store
J. A. Feln n. Wagt n loads
01 In xes full fd goods have for
the past lew da) 8 been unload
ed al his Biure. It you want to
get a good pick from a larue
assort mem. now is your chance
at Felton's. Go at once and
pick yourself out'a nice dress
pattern. Ot calicoes there aie
all conceivable colors and fig
ures, really beauti ul lo behold,
while of the other kind l
go'ids there is an immense as
sorlmeni ol neat and tasty
styles, h lull supply ol all the
staple goods kept, on hand as
we I as a pood assortment ol
gentlemen's lurnishing goods.
Call in and see the stock.
Tuts touching piece id obit-
uaiy literature we clip Irtun
the editorial ctdutnna ol the
Eiquirer:
"The State Senate, last
night, killed the rt districting
scheme aiid placed it beyond
tli ; Lope of . redirection. A
fitting finale to the on profit a
lie tssiou ol a. Lfislature
whose chronicles may be bound
and laid upon the .shell o
Time under the appropriate ti
tieof.'Folly.?M ... ......
Hoh. Jons G. Th MPS'K, HOW
Railroad Commissioner, ha
resigned his" position ia the
Sly Senat.'-
Democratic Abolition of Offices.
- , cea. -
The-' Columbus Correspond
ent of the Cincinnati Curette
hays: "We bad much alk at
the beginning of the i. late ses
seion of our Democratic Gen
era Assembly about .the re
form that would be inangura
ted . through the abolition of
unnecessary and useless office,
and at one ol the first sessions
ot the Democratic legislative
caucus, it was determined that
the offices of Railroad Com
missioner, Gas Commissioner,
Insurance Commissioner, and
Controller should all be done
away with. But the Demo
crats 6O0n discovered that all
these offices 'were;- eagerly
sought alter by their own hun
gry, partisans; that even wiih
them there were not enough
to go around, and the ludicrous
conclusion ol the whole matter
was that not only did they nol
abolish a 8: ngle one ol ihe
above flices, but actually ere
ated several new ones, and
made the Salary bill, to be
tooled by Ihe people ol the
State, latger by several thou
sands than it had ever been be-
lOre." I - . r-; -
The Murderer Bender Arrested.
etl.
ToPhSA, Ks., April 27. -The
old man arrested in Sail L ke
and supposed to be Bender ha
been brought to this city mid
has been viewed by trundreda
ot curious peolpe.
There is no Uuiibt that he 1
the truH Hemier. lie is being
held here until persons from
the scene ol the bu'eheries can
t ome here to identify him.
Por Goverimr AUpn wa
pe tered wilh only 3079appli.
cants lor positions in the penitentiary.
NORRIS.
1 take pleasure in notifying the pub
lic that I huvejiKt ndiUJ to mv Stwk,
a new viply all kinds tf Spring
Millinery Quod, combining the Lnttit
and Bert Stylet whiult I will sell at
the vert L iwett Canh Pi ice Pimible.
Pleiign cull ami exmuine my stuck lie
fore iurjhuainf elsewhere. Blenching,
Pressing aud Coloring done to order
Thankful for piut patrnnngH, expect
liy liberality in price nnd atiriulit
deiilidgH. to rocder aatiKfua'iiin to all
who nitty honor me with their euati in
Place of biiaineaii, the old Burten-thaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden, Ohio.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John Muntoii mid Mary Fflxim.
Jacob W.VYstitnl Mlrrlam fiffill.
W itliani Henry Bolcn and Eliza
betli Kct'ton.
Aiir. W. Thompson and Josepkpne
Decker.
Clifts. W. Hudson and Ditha Murtin-1I11.
DIED.
Nkar McArlliur. o i the 2Gth Inar.of
coiisiimpiioii, Mrs.Ciiioliiie Wolf, wife
of E. I). Wuli. Agetl 49 years.
BIRTHS.
In Clinton township. April IS, to
Mr. and Mr'. Johu Krazee. a sou.
In Clinton township. April 20. to
Mr. and Mr. Luther Iturnes. a son.
In (.-'llntoii township. April 20. to
Mr and Mr. Win. p.-nrre. a som.
SWEET POTATOE3
AND
3 WHET POTATO PLANTS.
'pilB underit;nd wih t o m orni hie oi l
1 eil-tumera aud the piibli r iKiietally lht
iieeipee.u in l,o prepared In liirnii-h ih-m
with awaet put aloe-Inr aea d at Ihrie nollaia
ner biicnel and plania at tl i-eht per t-umi e-l
ihrnotih the column -ea.on. I-enn'eme
odea a.iiiih of jiuarthur Adftreae Mo nhur
nrliundao. l.t-VIWVMtN
McArthur Market.
r-liair.'per am-t; $2.00
torn Meal per bush. 7.)
tirn .60
uu 45
Wheat 1.30ul.4it
itcaim lot
t'otittoed 75a 1 0J
.tried Apr-tea '. 10
Dried Peachea 3. 0
Tliiiothy Seed per bush .... ; ; 4.00
t Hover " "... 6 75
Diiions " ... .7
lay ton . 12.00al5'Ht
ilaiu. country ... .12
" sujrar cured .li
Smoked -lidea v......... .-. .10
-thonldera 8.(310
Pickled Fork . 8.iU
W . . - J
Mutter S5
lefM tt .20
Urd 10
fallow JOS
'liickens, live 15.1.25
Hocking .Halt per bbl 3.40
sack 15a25
Vlneitsr. cider
.Vhlte Flail 8 00
Mackerel 10
itioCotte '.3!33
Tea .... .....l,00al 25
I'otlee Sttrar 4
Veiiowu li
.New Orleans Molasses 801.00
lornhum - " 4060
Syrup 75a.l.O0
Star Canillea. ner lb .23
fallow - , .'. 15i0
soap, country per id.... no
Feather 65a 75
Kaua ....... 2X,
Coat, per bus .7218
Bofa, dres4, .,4),00
NOTICE.
farms' to Kuxr.
TVTE hara a larfaqiiantitt of fond farm land
a which a aecoud uroaih fiimir lia
ben allowed to noma m, hu O a. wih 10
pia oniler cuiiualior , and are i-repared to
rent ia forma oi Shy or aixiy acreaeiM-h. upon
aalieUiclory lernia iiioo application al out
oWca. BANURuFI A KtUhU,
Vinwiq r'urniao.
WILKES VILLI ABB HAMDE5
HACKL1NE.
IWllj run a hvk.-frnm Wilkea.illa to
Haniden and return ei.ry 1 1 e.riay . 'I hnr
day, and Saiur-UiT tor in ai--oniiiioliino
of naaaenxera. inakinn clnae ecniic-tion with
Iho mad train, oath M. A 0. a R. I will
alan tmrry expreaa pacltagea eh pped to or
from point by lha Adama Ripreae Co.
enT IA tO X ll.l ER.
NEW YURK DAY-BOOK.
A femoeratH- Weekly. ratatlihd l ftn.
It anrpona a hite anprem y, poliia-al and
orial. Ter a. Uyerjear. To clnh. nine
eot'iee for $8 ffpeefmeri enptr free; Ai.dieaa
AV H'luK. New VorkCity.
CD FLORENCE (2
IL iRENCE nEW Mt MACill.NE tO.
aiaiua Hi .Singer, W c Jt Wilaoi
.nd Ororer 1 It.vltei- Co. , Inro nnx over
$250,000.
f.jl.ia Ih decdM tarlK
Fpmu t'.ian of lit I wttit Mala,
inlarnroi- e t'I.OI(C4'K, a-hn-h alone
ha Orvkm taa.Afuaotwty JUjk Pri m.
the new Florence
fl IA. oay aamAia. Ikil 4m fariwurd ad 'r
. Mini arla iiotta 4 IrfL
Sold ma Cm Out rn.i, Ttaaa to
Xl'Ua ai d DEA1.EU8.
A,Utn Hurnct Ham.
tiai permanently ocaied ia
McAK.TI 1UH.O.,
(or tht rrnetlcc of
MEDIC NE and SURGERY,
10 whii h hd will devo'e hia entire attention.
uFef'K in I avia1 Hiiinhng up alaira, oppo
en Viiiinn County Bank.
Ra-imaca .
II C. JONES,'
ATT0RNET AT LAW, .
REL ESTATE AGENT
aicArtlitir, vinton . O.
KEAIillisTriTE'
Bought, Sold and Tzchaiiged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAOl
A BABE CHAH0 -;T0 BUY A HOME
'I HE lollnaina linda ail' be "ld Inwoa
1 n naonnble term- aa lo raiment t
fOAAChK t flie timlicr land, near Hie
liVjMAO. K. K. 'Ihe UnUr aill in. .re
limn pay for Hie land it put up in :he iiierHct.
I die peri'evt . for lull deM-riptit-n call cpnn
or write to II. C.tllNF.H.
AmA y lTfl IN mile ft II e l AC B.
fuiiiKfffl M K 'I lie laini contain. Mi Mcrea
IfJJ Iciriy aurca clraied I air in piove.
ii elite. A iioi d coal nk d i rmnil
aorkiDK feet beet enr.l. 1-or aa.e hiap.
120 Aores in Harrhon Towneh'?,
Gu in timber land, wall watered and otar
the railroad. v
I ule prl. I.
Will be aoldlow. iSdes
B.C. J'iNW.
!.(ilKV i.0l" I'l NILVLK SlItLCE
The moat be iiilllul tree hi America, '
Bound Caotus, '
Mountain Sunflower, .
Painter's Brush, '
Fike's Peak Columbine,
asp OTitra
Book Mountain Specialties,
For r!eTi tive cnlnlogiie and price liat ol
feed, auilieaa,
LANDIS & FOGAN,
I'tXVrN. C'OI.OkiO .
Fptclal Balm lo A'arxryiaeN aad Wera,
TEMPEBANCE SOEO BCOK,
THF MUSICAL TCUMAIV.
CUMPr.ETEollei-llnnofTKMPFINri!
l Ml'HH!, i lain nn rlilv aiirr us onn, all
harn.nmii-d lor three or lour fd ea. Jn f
lh laion fur the 'I eiuper nee ioeuieiil, n:w
enuliia-InK ,nlilic altmlinn. Pri-e :1A c h
mail, pnl ,.huI. Per iliiK-n, II no Pni-li'lieil
by -l'l. N CHUKCH UD CiiitlnnMti.il.
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Trees! Flowers! Bulbs I
HEDCE PLANTS !
Nur;erT Stock! fruitiriower Plates
Address F. K. PKCENIX,
BLOOMING UN JTJB.EBY,
ILLINOIS.
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Apl'le, I.I1 t r. ttl.; n y. y. S4';4' t
4 caiHlOMiiee, HO tinia. atjuiSin
J.S. Me COMMON,
JEWELER AKD SILVERSMITH
Uppoaite the Emmitt House,
Sbreckengnukt's Old Slnhd,
chiliicotee, onio,
MalOfAOTUBiB. AHU PIALB1 II
Fino Gold Jewohy.
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American and Fcrelqn Watcher
Kl.la Watchra
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Beth lhoDit. Oluakat
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Tirry
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lla.M.d -Pearl
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Kccklaeea"
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, Pin. and Sluila
tuff Dnnviia
Thiaiblea
Hair Jewelry
l")i artel
Mirer War
' t aied V art
Ha.CUtUry
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IIA6IE & TOOL'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LXWB OF GfKipfl BlIlTABtB FOB
HOLIDAY,
3 EEDAL BIBTBDAT PBESIHTS
tinoda made lo orderaod repamna done by
eareful workmen. No eatra rhareor en
graTitc good boaght ot ibw tooabUablMai.
And Cloth," Caarass and Paper
W.BNBaW.
In large stork and treat yariely tery
lamer without utraebare. . .
S E E
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D. M. F
Celebrated Flower
A.i)rtnd rarietles of euub inolu llni evervthini' grown ia i flower or TezeUkle
garden.' '
Paints, Oils, White Xcau, ,,;Vaiv 'A
uislics and . Brushes just
- received, at SIM ON'S. ;
THORODOll 'WilltKMANSIllP.
i
DIE AUT V: OF--FIH3IS IB.
Fine Material Used . In Manufacture
FEFiFECT IN TONE
in
GREATEST DURABILITY.
THE LOWEST PRICE,
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A tii i; tier recotnmenilittion of three ixellent instrnmentii could not hi '
dealt eJ tlniii thn ntiineri-u teitiiiioiiiiila fridu tbtiro who have IS'1 tin m and ,
veu thi'in the acvi-rcat t iula. Notliitit! cull he anpeiior to theii 1 .lit, dilioat
tniii-li, while the quulitv ieUi ivcranll.v iiduiireil. Every Valley (ieni la not only
tviiriiiiif ! lor live in in hut in pitiiiruiiiccd to give eulire . ,
Mtlllaf ai'llou or to he ri;ii-n-l at our ex-'Cnuo.
' ijetd for illu.trutvd outitliiiim with tiniHii!..
D. II. BALDWIN &.CO.,
Tt-l. i. TV t n
ueaiers m rianos ana urgans,
153 WEST FOUftTII ST., CINCINNATI, 0.,
j. . ii 1 1, at ii,
Agent for Vinton foaty,
Hulliei t House, MoArthur O. '
1874 PROCL A
iff
)MAS A. MELL
1111
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THE BRICK 82 ORE, "
E AL E KE,
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Will keep Or) liand throughout the present year s lart and' wall assartai
stock of
JEWELRY,
0 TI0N3, - .
DEESS GOODS,
MLIINEEYr
QUEENSwARB,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
And a thounnd rthef
Articles of Ccmfort Utility and Ornament,
wMch I will sell lower than can bo obtained
elsewhere in Vinton County,
Examine my stock and prices before luying." -
THOi A. MELL01
S3
IF YOU WOUiD O0J13IILT T3UB
' INTEBEST,
LOCK AT THIS OFFER.
25 PERCENT DKCOUHT
On all Styles for Cash!
WB OFFER KONB BUT Tril '
toST INSTRUMENTS iYACE
IYERY 0E WARRAXTD 5 YEARS
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4( 0 piano 306
5 0 " " -575
t 000 ' . ..... 450 -'
lUalatera, Caarckea aad Fabbatt .
Vaaewla farahheil at wholesale ralea.
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