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SPECIAL NOTICES,
J.PTOWtLL. Portsmouth. Ohio,
nffVra- tn thri -Metehann and Ifuraaea
meu of Vinton county, superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, oft' terms
the most favorable. Itfeptiy
rhjecTwERS,
kLm ji,vr dun . ist,
iricArthur, Ohio. '. .
Parteeolaratteiitlon given to the treatment
f the natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
1E BOARD of School Exitminers
for Vinton County will. meet tit the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 'Island 3rd Saturdays of Maroh,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the' 1st Saturday in
January,,, February, Junor July, Au
gust add December, In aolt year. Ei
sttninations to commenoe at ten o'clock,"
A. M. atisfaotoryevjdenoe of good
noral character will be required in all
asea. A fee of 50 cents is required
4yTw from edoh applicant ' '
it. IV B A U.n Ed CVu ) Board of
J.S. IIUUN, . Vbohool Ex
If. ifi PEUL'OE, Crk;j - amihers. ;
V I ' ,
tUoward Sanitary Aid Associa-iuu..;
tiintioii," u ' 11 ;
jot the Relief and Cure ot.lha Brrinasnd Uo
(MMtaaa Vrtuoiioaof Chriun , ,
,,,,.,.,c- fWWhnVJ- i . " ',
. Saeeveoa tha fcrroraof Yooih.andtneoi..
. bf.syt, A relxtio'p to Marriage ami Bociar
Erila withr '.eailaty StiOf for 'tue afflioted,
Sent free, . 10 IJ-- envelope.." AdiWa,
phie, Pa; '' ' c-.i -' ,. . .
M'AHTHfli - ENCAMPMENT
l.NO. 1
'N0.q 115. 1.0. 0. F.'
i w-K I.'' Ill at) U .il.. nr.kU aTaa
4.WmOtl'1IIV,l will UPiTir '
i-U on the eeeeud sad laws
nday ' reuluas - at tack
anch. Patriarch 01 Uier eooampmeuia
who may be vieitiiig 0111 n are isviie-t to
attend-
PAKlbHUHiUN.C. P.
Jun T. rUpaa, 8.
MvArthur. Jb 17, I87(U
The Favorite Fine-Cut
ri'HE hewtrnS cjiuite. la now ixkii.gllie
J. leifd bl all other limn'tn. bright in culor,
Blraaant in taste, touiili and laiinir in chc.
thia louaaeo poKs-e ery qimtny to auit
hvwera, and arlla t the iu pound bui'ket
fully loe cheaper per pound, lhau any olhvr
mad of the aame uraile and perrmm lea
quality.; luu bUL'kvlanf thia celetMHifu lirnd
haft been aoll In t billii-uthe alone within
tlie lH.ttwo month, ami Imu mill ini'ienM.
Inf.. "Try It" bCHvtKrtK KKAVtr.lt
Clullinoihe, Ohio, are the Munufiictiirera'
i(eataanl aell at lowtxt Kautor) Price,
liiiiar UU
QUEKNrtWARE
NYE & MACKEY.
vOPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67. -TAINT MWf.
CUILL1CO THE, OHIO,
ImVITK Iho attention 6f merchanla nnd fur
naofinen to the InrMa mo. k or the above ar
luleajn.t received. tVe will .all at t very
lowr.i tiirea to the trade. Order, anlii'itrd
aad promptly attended :o. .4U
:,tuat,vviicu is
WORTH DOING
:;. !"' -is- '
WORTH. ADVERTISING.
:PEINT AND ' peosper
Thousands of Lives and Millions of
frtperty Eaved
BY 1WNG Til Er AMERICAN
SAFE1YKER0SENF LAMPS.
Tbee lmpa lire 'trii rie of'braa Und will
ever tireak.
'I he burner have a aalety tiibe attncliment
for th encHpe of u", aud will never exploaa.
'I'Se'cbiaiaejiuare Rieiie ol mica or lain
(I a, ro rahed and lliey are Ihei nh lamp
ohimnev. made thatwiH not break -by heat or
eoM.
Okiachimnev. are unnnfe act expenatve
Ihi.'i. the unncr.nl uomplaihi.
over aerenry-Ave mllliona of glavilamp
chiroueysar broken in tlM couutry every
year
Price or hand Inmpe, nunpMte. with mica
ehimneyw, one Uullur. t'ruc of l.ronae parlor
or .(and lamp., two ilnllun enl to u pail
of the Uniu-n Mtaiea xprrM on rM-eiptoi
he iimmv tT mail. 'HHi mhii aanlcil to
aell tioe la ..pa ami mi. a uhiumcya in ri V
eivy nun vuwo. iu wnom hinthi timuunn. .111
be made. Oend lor nample Ihiiioh anl circu
lar yivinf all perticuHra. 'I hey vprxk for
Ihemaelve. and sell on nnht, Aildrena,
, AMcMtiaN 4"h.lV LAtaplU..
No. S40 Peiirl atri-et, ew ortr.
ALLENSVULE'
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
FBOFRIE OB8.
V , .... ... ,. II It !,.,, - .
HAY IHO Sited up" our machinerT in Brat-,
SktiHt atyle, we are prepared I" da
OAELING, SP1KBINQ &WEAVIKQ
on .hort notice and in the moat aorarpan
like manner e hxve im li.n l nd tor aale
at our tautory.atf'iod aupuiy of ,
iy 00L UN hoods;
Jeans, Flannels. Blankets, &c,
1 which we wlil aell vheap
The Highest Market Price iu Cash,
.. . i PM r Wool
HOISTON, 1HM.UN 0.'
lun Allenavilie, Vinlou 0 , 0.
riAMDEN MJLLS.
COZZEN3 & JOHNSON.
it. 11. j i : '
IIAWIE, O.
WJB have pnreha.ed and fitted up Ihe
f T above uiilutliH Ut trail oi 10
larmera 01 VT . '-.'' Kj? I w4
Special attention given to
CUSTOM, , VORK,
; J I i.?iw !: 1 ' .; i J i
aad care civen to Dleaaa all enatomera. Mr.
A. A. OOZZENS, an experirm-ea miller, bee
barge ol the mill, and will not Ml to deal
lainy aaa xiTegouer.i aaH.iBuua. .
Flour, IkTeal and Feed
Oa hand an I for aale at
LOITESTIARKI.T I'll ICES'
hH17 C0ZAKK9 A JoHNtKJff
PocnH; he astronomer, lc
tared 100" tiaesia'this couiirj.'!
jimjuth ut s'iJMIocil
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
r
Road tax time baa come.
Tins is the neaxon
when
spades are) trumps. k :
Tub cat and dog crop prom
lees to be abuudanl ibis reason.
Warm weathei is uredad in
this section,
. Nov is the time to plant po
tatoes, peas and betns. f
j a,
ins snow was nve inches
deep 1 in
Washington City,
April 29.
A Tiffin Lonlmakt r has this
sign over his slore "Shure &
Bewts."
; Thkrb are only twelve hun
dred shades of the different col
t rs ol kid el' vt.
, ; 1 : ;. " i ! :
i ; , i
. Wk' challenge ny town xt
city in Ohio to produce a lar
ger number of worthless curs
faatitMc Arthur.,', '" . iv,;.
. .- -..
"'. Now- ieti.vnur hens oat" to
harrow up your neigtbor's Jeel-
ings and his seed. "It riiatte
garden-sass. " . '' ."
mi
' TuEitK will be a Temperance
Mile Society ar ihtj-Presbyteri
an Uhurrh, uext Tuesday even
ing. . All are invited.
: We undeistatid J. W Bowen
intends buildinsr a telegruili
line to V.inion Station.' lie
proposes to hang the wire on
irets.
Ix is said that tnoiiey con
quers all tilings. We should
hke to see it conquer a good
many sordid hearts iu this com
mutiny. ''.
Tijg town utiuiH'il ol liuevrub
uraw'uru, cnuniy. Uhio, have
patted an ordinance to punish
the .'women lor singing and
praying on the streets. '
CoVRT cummenced its session
last Tuesday. 'Ihe Grand Ju
ry is id session, and will prob
ably continue lor a day or two
longer. A large amount ol
business is on hand.
; To see a man dropping down
on Ins liauiicheR, behind the
county coal house to take a
drink out ol a but t le is evi
- . a
uenie mui "naies are not as
they.used to was."
Mk. M. R Barnes has bro'i
tis some copy books to ex
amine. The books are all kepi
neat and clean, and the pro
gress 111 penmanship commend
able. ; .
On the thirty third ballot in
ihe -Massachusetts Legislature
to elect a successor to the late
SeiiHtor Sumner, Governor
Washburn proved to lie live for
lunate man, having received
151 votes out ol 262. '
Capx. Raper and latnily ire
in Ohillico'he. They have been
Httemiing the fun rl ol Jiuoh
Wiille. ha. grandfather ol
t
Mn. Kper An account nl
the deceased is given else
where.
Can not something be dnn
with the rude noisy toys who
congregate on our streets en
pecially the public square. Ac
we now have a salaried mar
dial, let u have the ordi lancpt
enforced. Boys have no mure
1
right to violate law, order din
decency than men.
) Jbs .follow ing is m list of let
1 era remaining in the poHtrfflt-e
at wcArtiiur, Uy lst,.i8T4:
William Burr, Miss Lxnnie
Boiler, Joseph tl. Clark, Mi-s
Mary Drake, Martin Crow, Lh
ms Until, M. R. Keruey, M. B
Nicholson, Leroy Kjberts, Miss
Mary rjigler, Ahrbam Wilson
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P.M.
' A b ;x named Frank Mcecke
died in 1 Lngan last week from
e ai I n g , w lid ' p a r s 11 i p. Person
in looking Jor roots should be
very cautious about handling
this plant at it is tank poison:
killing in the .apace" of, Iwp or
ihrAe hours. In appearanve i
very much reseailile ihe com
mon parsnip cultivattJ in ou
gardfus. Poisonfiig .byjtbis
plant is quite frequeat.: .?
.it.ru-2 f; ;ca
Railroad.
There has ''been, some talk,
mostly facetious, about, a pew
route of Railroad, a oat ro w
gnage, '&c. The . individualu
concerned in this may as well
save their time, as the people
here desire nothing but the
speedy completion. of the Gal
lipoid, McArthur & Columbus
R. R. They will not listen to
any t projects' for .Jiew routes
narrow 'guage or4 any other
humbugs. Those that have axes
to grind will have to get some
other grindstone.. The' people l'
here want our railroad, tue
whole railroad and nothing
but the railroad.,;. : v..
SubscriDtions are now being
takeri to' complete the gap fee-
ween here antTvluto'h 'Sta
lion; some of the stock is fpitdo
payable in work and some in
cash. These new subscriptions
with Ihe old ones that ara'due,
I promptly paid in, will insure
he epeedy completion of the
road.
Transfers of Real Estate.
E ieu ami Ja. Ualiivau to E.
B. Puj;ll'.7HoathThalf of irt lofi
77 and 78, McArthur, $500
Ellis B PugLTtG J. M.McUil
ivrav, east halt of iu lot 93
McArthur, $200.- ': r :
Zaleuki Company tn Leo
Webb, 40 acres, Brown town
ship, $400.
Andrew Turner to Board of
t
Education, Eaple townahip, 1
acrf,Eigle p., $1. ,
Sheriff tcj George Linlz, one.
iiiiUli pHrl o! 100 acres Wilkes
illjip.,,$66r()t 3
Ueorge L m z i f) Thomas Oat
aguer, quit, .claim . to ,uame,
same. S97 94. '
J J. Hamilton to T. A.Scott,
n-iots CO'nnd 61 in Waiers'Ad
fiiunn o Zileski. S300. -
II, P,Bray to J .i n . Bray, jrf,
qui" cl.iiiu to 75 acres,"San tp..
$200. V .i : r-. ; ? ?
Win. and D R Bray lo'J'ohn"
Brav, quit claim, to .undivided
1 i . . I. .
, .i . i' ft a .... j.
nan oi la acres owmi towu-
ship. $400. " '
D.P. Curry to R V McD-mi-
gal, u idivMed hall Of p-trt of
in-lol 47. McArthur, $900... ....
Llrfrnioii Lowery'toE'i Rey
nolds in-lots 105 and 106 and
west hall of Hi-lot 92, MoArihur,
SI .000,;. . ,
John Seal to C. B. Dunkle,
in-l;il .152, MeArthur, $1,100.
Card of Thanks.
The following, by some over-
s'glu was not naiuou in unui
tins week.ED ; ;
McArthur Deamatio Associa
iion and McArthur Bran
Bandy UreUiny:
WutKkAS, i he McArthur Dra
malic Axsnciatioti, assisted b
the McAnhur Brass Band, Kind
ly gave au entertainment lor
the benefit of the Ladies' Tem
perance League through wlych
substantial aid aa given the
cause, lhe.rfore be'Jt'; ;
ItebOlved. I'liat we tend -r
ill in our Miicere thanks I r the
aid and RMnpathy givn us.
Rt80lv(U That a copy of 11 e
aanif be sent to these organi
Z .lions. " 1
Besolved, That we also send a
eop oi , i He same loiiitt.yiu
lon Ileeord lor publica'ion.-
McArthur Lodge, ,iVVr364,
O. O. I., Elk Qrdxye. No.
, 57, '. . and Swan Lodge,
LO.G. T.r. ..-v.m ;r
: Whkkeas, the above organ!
ZatioiiH n tye tendered qiito the
Ladies' Temperance League
i Heir greeting, sympathy- aud
itond-wlli lor-the temperance
cause in progress in Hir place.
and whereas our hearts-have
beeii encouraged and s'renjtft-
ene-l Ih-rehv, iherelore be it
ItegolvcdJhul we iendef' the
above ornnpiznion,' , our sin
cere 'hanks. '
Resolved) that we. send a
enpv ol these resolutions to the
above sociPiies. i nn
' Resolved, That also end
a coi v ol these resolutions to
the Vinton Record for piiblica
ion. . '.
Mr. James Myer'saniW.Carneti
Wukreas, Mr. James Myers
and Mr. W. Carnes delivered
irei o "charge, ihe. liquors ot
J-hn Jonea and : J.-SliOck"t'
at McArthur Station, therefore
be.lt, ...-.r,.
; Rciolvid. that ' the L dies'
Temperance 'Leagne lender
them a vote of thanks 4or the
interest manifested in th6 Tein
cause.
E. L. BAIRD.
Secretary Li'lies'-Tewp'-nnce
League, MfJAnhui', OhioDii
' Tf eale oj-iritXrcaltng;- H
finuri 'In Orovep.irt1 - Ohio,
ceased wita the list r day of
April.C- ; "
Z1D VI f
C.et,vaut
E. L. BAIRD. From Chillicothe.
A Kule girl .Who whs shot by
her" brother, sfbideTitlyis sitH
alive. Last evening sne be
came conscious, and has gain
ed ever' sfnoe.I The ballii iop
posed to. be la the back of ber
head.
Th boy. tPeecher mepllont
ed as having been : shofcio the
arm -a J week ago Sunday, 'died
last Monday, , from the effects
hi poison of Mood. . . ,
Thepolice are 'now raiding
the houses of Mgilt frame."-r
One kept by Kate Hayes ws
pulled, V Saturday - )iighY, fijfi
four women and three , boys
were captured They paid fineB
this morning ranging from $40
to $13 40. ,r h,m:i r ...,
the .,Pre8g ,, Asociat ion .-, of
tbi3. district, meets, here next
month, and a raeetinfr to make
4rrangements' was" held on
Monday. ' l. niz .'." '.". ;
V. II. IL Dunr,, the Uill
boro druggist,' is in the city,
loolQhg for a room inTwhich to
open a drug store,
At a meeting "held' 6nJSatur
day ' niaht, arrangements "lot
observing Me'rnorU D wjre
made. The Ross County Agri
cultural Society held a met t-
ing' Saturday. 'The committees
appointed to raise money to
purchase the Fair Grounds re
ported about- $10,000 subrcrib
ed They were given until
June 1st to aaise the sum nec
essary, .820,000 ;c
-FAUlil5lTU::i.BXf.i
I
I
'' Tup editor oi ihe Advertiser
is rn favor 'of cremation.' 'lie
wauls '0 be reduced to ashes
alter deatu, the ashes to.be
placed in" an oyster cau, label
ed, "rf. L Everet, (anli-cru.
sade) cremated May 20, 1930."
According to the theory oi the
Crusaders, however, Mr. E. w 111
not be reduced , to ashes, but
Scioto
Valley Post.
Gordon's new election bill
has becflme a law. ..It is iu
ended to stop corruption iu
conventions. ' It makes the
delegate, who receives money
or either his influence or vole
table to fine und i rap r i o :
meiit. Lie who oilers the bribe
is not O.t ly lidbfe to fine, but
endris Juiil iuelijjibfe to oaice
f elee etl.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Suiniu l ."niff and Annie S. Jackson.
Otlio Scott and' Martha Jane Hals-
ton.
Abralmm Lane and Nanuy Ann
Jliirtln.
James SI, AlcCatlilran and Lovory
June I.nne.
NORRIS.
I take pli SKure in notifying the pub
lic that I have junt added to mv Stock,
anew mjiplytf all kinds of Spring
Millinery Goodi, combining the Latttt
and Bet I Stylet, which 1 will sell at
the vert Lowest Qmh Price Possible.
Please cull aud exi'tnine my stock be
fore purjhusinit ehiewliere. 'Bleaching,
Pressing and Coloring dor)e to order
Thankful for pnsi patronagn, ( expect
by liberality in prices and upright
dealings, to render satisfaction to all
who tuny honor me with their oustcta.
Place of business, tho old tinrtenshaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden Ohio.
SWEET POTATOE3
-AND
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
rpH ft umler.iine.t wi.heat o in'orm hiaold
A customer, aud the puMi e scnerally that
heexnecu to be prepared to luniii-h Imw.
with aweet polaioealor aea d at ihrveuollare
per nuhin ana pianie at za eni per nuna en
throutth the coming eaoo. keaience
mile Muth of McArthur Addreaa Me nhur
or llllnrta-. . L.KVI WYMAN
McArthur Market.
Flourf npr iiPic . r.:
fiOO
.73
' ".60
urii Meal per bush. . ..........
Corn .
Oata
45
Wheat .......,1.30at.4O
Bt-ans ..8.lH'inO
fotatoea .. .75a0u
Dried Apples.. .-.v .150
Dried Peaches....5 S.'iO
Timothy Seed per bushi.rt. i - 4.00
Clover r ' ' ; 1 ' 7l
Onions " " .... .75
Kay V ton . 18.00ttl5."0
Hams, country 12)4
- sti)tarcured....r.-.v..-.. .15
Smrtkwt Hides .10
Shoulders . :. ...... . .', . V- 8.(310
flckled Porlc-. .-. . .-.::' . : . r .' 8. i0
Kirirs -'.;.;.;... ? JO
Buttert . .......... 5
ttetse
Lard ...
.0
....... '...V. ...' '
10
Tallow ; ....:.........;;.;;:.. .08
Chickens, live 15.25
llocklmrdAlt oer bbl... ...... .- &V40
Sacks ; wij.SV,15a25
Vlnt-Kar. cidet.... ....!. ' .40
Whliaj.riah J 9-00
Mackrrvt . ' -10
rtloCoir"(..... .....v... .8333
Tea . .. ...... ..' :i.00125
Coffee 8njrr.-;;:;...:.'.:.U-:.,
VVll.lW C t .-.Ml J if 11
New Orleaua Jolassea..i...r: 801.00
..... '4050
!tyrf - 75a.l.00
riar fannies, por . .. . -v
l'allqw
' . ' T X..O
PlXt Pressed, .'
. iui..f
toinwy . oer lb :. .' . . .
rtattters J..:i. I...W Wtia
KaifJSi . '-.i...t .-. i
t'l'Hl. uer bus .. .,, ,...rt ".sl
'i ll'-.. a;
-f .TB
lit. tool
McArthur Market. NOTICE.
WE ham a lareeqaantitt of (ondflina) had
ua which a eeroad grmih of timber haa
been allowed to eomauv. wbicb we wi.h 10
put uailer vuittvatioe, eod are prepared to
rent in bra. 01 Sfly or aijoy arrra each, upon
aali.taclory term, bona application at our
office. BAHCatirr a R.llEK
. Vinton Knrnart.
WILKES VILLE AID HAMDE5
HACK LINE.
WlW run i'hvk rrolit Wilkeavilta to
Hamden andifturn ery Tnearlay, 1 hnn.
day, and Saturda," "r me an-ommonaona
pauengera. makif cloM enneri ol lann
k. ... M. AC. K. K. I will
alao crry eaareaa pack,'K h'PPd lo or
t"
i .. KmrH. L..
apl
11H 'VI
In
NEW YUHK DAY-BOOK.
A n.mn.liii Ulaaklv. CU.tiHohed UfrU.
It fuiiporl. While aupremacy, polnx-al od
conic, for SS.
aoaiai. i er.
Terma. SJ yr year. To club. ma
apecimen copies iraa. aoureae
AY-HOOK, Mew TorkUlty.
O FLORENCE O
TV leiaaataaWMolke
FLORENCE '' HEWlNti MACHINE CO.
aaaioat the Sirtger, WI.eeiert Wilaon
apdOrover k taker Cos, Involving aver
8280,000 ,
. flimllt itridtd ba lh
t 8frmi OmH of Ik4 tmi Hat
in ntvorulinet'LOHCNC'E, which alone
haa gnkrn oW Hinfclf j Hyh Prt m.
THE NEW FbORENCE
. Ua eaVa akwAaM (Aal mw aacfaard sad ar-
.wirii vu rkjiw i e itji, . , .,
.SiiavlMf CleujlMt-1I.-4
Soto rnal'.rH Oai.v tw-i.l Tiiaa TO
i LUB8 and DEALEU8.
4ISM.- iVoreaca, JTaM.
J.C.OI,i;tlA., 1I.D.
; , Bm perroftnently locaica is . o m
MoARLTHUK.O.i
' lor the practice of
M fCIC NE andSURCERY.
to which ha will dc.o'e hid entire attention.
OKr I' K in lavia' Hniidio up stair, oppo
site Vinton County Bank.
Raniuaaca ...
II
C. JONES,
- " ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
SlcArtliiir, Tlnton C a. O.
; keal"1est ite ;
Boogbt, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS 15 LAND 3.
A BABE CH AHOfi TO BUT A HOME
l BE fi. Mowing li.nda will be lofd low oa
X rtiiaoniibieierm. aaiopavme nn
.ftAAfRKt of flsa timber land, near the
lZUMaC. R. R. Ihe timber will more
than par for the land it pdt up in the nnrkct,
Title per fee t. For lull description ciill upon
orwntato U.C..IONF.8.
W1T8 in K""' ,h' m a c. R.
R The Jnrm contain. SO acrea
liilia lorty acrea cleared. Fair improve,
n.ente. A uood coal himk opmand
working. feet)ctconl. For laie cheap,
120 Acres in Harrison Townsh'p,
ztoon timber land, well watered and near
VJtl
the railroad.
Tula perfe-.
Will be aoldlow.
1 llrleo
H.O. JONKS.
KuCKY IIOLAT'IX SILYtH SHitCE
.The moat beautiful (rea in America,
Bound Caotus, ; . i
Mountain Sunflower, , -.
r. ' Painter's Brush,' v .
. 1 a Tl . n 1 1 e
i rue s reai uoiamDine,
1'
asp orais
Booky Mountain' Specialties, -'
S u
For'deicriplive catalogue and pries liat ol
teed, add less,
LAN&rS 6V FOG AN,
I ,' , DiNvaa. Cotoaaaj. ".
Special Bnaa to Mu-MrvHMa and Daaln-t,
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. BBIDAL 4 BIBTBDAT miSEHTS
i , ,Aod, mli(r,t3order Ami repainns done h
Pnareful workmen. o eatra charge lor ea
raia aoda baofM as Skif ahakiiabanwv
TEMJEEANOE.Spsa BCOK,
TUT MUSICAL FOUNTAIN.
A COMPLETE rollnclion of TEMPERANCE
MI'SIC. conlainini flltv vlirrni .ona.. all
harmonised for three or tour voirea. Juat
lh bonk for theTeniperinca Movement. now
iiifroa-lna- niililic atlcntinn. Pri"e 35 o b
mail. pot paid. Per doewi, 3.im. Published
by JOHN C'UUKCU C CO., Cincinnati, o.
, 2Sfeb 187J
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs!
HEDCE PLANTS !
Nurserv Stock! IraittFlower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
BLOO M IN GTCN StTR-EBY,
ILLINOIS. .... y-,
600 acres; l?d jeari IS reentiouea. feat
Apple, l.ia 1 r.. 8S; 1 y. Saij y. atn.-Sy l-r"0
4 cataloKUea, W ceata. SljuiSm
J.S. Mc COMMON.
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Shreckeigatibt'i Old Stand
CHILIaICOTHE, OHIO,
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MAWOrAOTOBEB AMD DEAtBB II '
Fine i Gold Jewelry.
American and Foreign .Watchei.
Ilaln Wat'ahas
TJ. S.W.
i H.ward "
W.llh.B. '.'
SprinittrM ,
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Cuff Butioas
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Flo. Cutlery . "
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MA8IE & TODD'S GOLD FEM
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Ani Cloth, Caavsss
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larga stock aud great variety vary low.
tomers without extra chargs. - . , c
JBmm8
D, m. Fail's:;
CelebreCcd Flower and Garden Seedfii ;!
Asaortod varieties of e.ck including everything grown la a flower or Tsgatoicj . v
garden.
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Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vav
nislies and Brus?ies .Just ',-', -)
.... received, atSISSON'S.;:
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TUOROUG ! I W
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Fine Material Used
IERFECT IN TONE AND C0NSTEUCTI0N.
GREATEST DURABILITY.", !
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THE LOWEST PRICE;
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A hiither recommendation of these excellent instruments could aot t".i . ,
desired than tba numerous testimonials from those who hpve osed thsm sr4
given them the severest trials. Nothing can he superior to their lijjht, deli0v "
touch, while the quality is universally admired. Every Valley (lem is not onU , s
warranted lor Ave vcara but is Kunratileed to Klv Dtlrs
satisfaction orto be returned at onr expense. ' ;' '
Bend for illustrated eatalouue with musio. , ' . , ' ;
; ; D. II. BALDWIN & CO., i -
Dealers in Pianos and Organs, v -
100 WJCsiSX XUUIllUOl., ViXIIVAiiriXVlliU.r ,
J. . iiULiuic. V .
.u a - Agent for Vinton CdntyV ,'
i Hulbert House, McArthot O.-.
1874 PROCLAMATIOIN .1874 ;
THOMAS A. MELL0B :;
The brick More , i
. Will keep on hand throughout the present ysar a large tad well Matt ta . t
stock of . .. . ;
JEWELRY,
0 HONS,
DRESSGG0DS, -
milNERYi
QtJEHNSWAiiE,
, V, FINE GKOCERLES, , , . V .
CLOTHING
And a thousand nther , t i., . -. . ' - .': ,-,
f-' I . l! .i
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament',
which I will sell lower
elsewhere in "Vinton County.
Examine my stock and prices before
iriOU WOULD. CONSULT Y01JB.
' . .', . - INTEEIST,
LOCK AT THIS OFFER.
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