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SPECIAL pNOTICE
.I.U Whp. Ppttamouth, Ohio,
offers;' to tb i VercnaBti and Fubso
Ben of Vinton coupty, a. superior stock
of Dry Goods' andNotlone,fon terms
the ut Ciorab!e, .... , , , laeptij
rjJ.BOWERS,.
KLNIDP VI' DEN 1 1ST,
McArtltur, Ohio. .
Particular attention give to tbe treatment
of the natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
Tor Vinton County, will greet mt the
Union School Kuusa, in MoArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd riaturduya ef March,
Jtpril, May, September, October end
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
guit and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to oommenoe at ten o'clock,
A. M. , .Satisfactory evidence of good
taonU character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 eenta ia required
by law from each applicant .
i ll. B. BAR.NES Cu'n 1 Hoard of
..J.HUU, ..... .. School. Ex-
'lif O. PEKWJEt. Cl'k, J aminera.
il ' s
. ;-i-.JU'
Yjoward Sunltary Aid Associa
tion.
for tho Rdief and Our ol the Erring aud Un
f'0 feKouaWou Principle of Chriatiaa ;;.
. v I. iirv. -. Philanthropy.
pJtMBTi on tha Error of Youth, tad th foN
-lMr Age.ia rejutiorj I Marring and 8oclal
-BtII. tfllh auliniy aid for tha atHietad
.tfaat fro, ia aealeJ envelopea.' Adilrea,
JtOVTARO AJSOOUTION, Bos P, Vlflatl
.phi. Pa.', ,J ;" j.; :
M'ARTHR i, ENCAMPMENT
WO. 115,1, 0.0. Fi
'
tll ' , 1 1 it i f ' I . n u at - - r . 1. 1 -
r 4WVWU I J bUUIAn meeting. n una ..n-
f- Ti. XVcampment will hereader be
3 rli'ld on Ilia eecond and laaf
, Tttim Monday eveninga mt cmeh
jeaoalfc. Patriarch or fiber eocampmeuta
ho mar b uniting om wn are invlteil to
attend. ' .. : . PAKlbliUKTOn.C.P.
Jum T. Rpa, 8.
'McArlhur, Pfb'y 17,1170. ' . ' -
The Favorite Fine-Cut
riftHE-'Chewera' ihoii-a. ia now taking tha
A lead oi all other Brand, bnijhl in color,
fleaaaul in laate, tough and lanm- In chew,
hi tobacuo po(.ee every qunlity to unit
chewere, and Ml" by the 10 huiiu bucket
fully luo cheaper per pnund.ihau any other
brand of the aanie KrHile and irhijn hu
quliiT. 100 huckelKOfthiat'eleliiaied hrund
hare been aol'l in Chilliroihe alona within
thelnnttwo munthr, anil lrnn t ill ini'rvaa.
Illg. '-Try If bCHiEKhEK KKAMKtt
Vhillicothe, Ohio, ar the MannfMCttirera'
gent ami aell at lowtit Factor) Pncea.
' Ulnar 1ST
NYE &MACKEY.
;0PP0SITE THE COURT HOUSE,
'i' 67 PAINT &1HET.
CMILLICO TIJJEJ, OHIO,
INVITE tho attention of merchant and nto
n'aueinen In the lurgx lo'k of Ihe above hp
t i-lea jiml rweive'l. We wUI aell at t .e ei j
lowt n.iren In the trade. Orders ailk'ittd
and promptly attemird o. 2itii
THAI WHICH IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING.
PRINT AUD PROSPER
Thousands' of. lives and Milium of
'"';"' Property Saved ' .
BY UMNO THE AiMERJCAN
,
SAFETY KEROSEkFLmiPS.
..
. i . f .
' Tlie.e fnmpa are im de of bra .and will
never break.
The burner have a aaletjr tub attachment
for lh eacaae af am, and will never eifHoiie.
' Tha chiinne)). are maUe ol miua or min
gl aaa po i-al!d kihI tUrv are 'the i.nlt tainfi
oininev made IhatwiU outbreak by Ileal or
old. " v s
Gtaaa'chimneva are unH(aanaipeiii
(llia lath ttaiverMl oiiiplaiua - '
over evenijr-Hve n.iMicina of glalama
ehlmney are broken In ihit cuuutry evergr
Jear. i
, Prioa of hand laaipa, ei.mplele. with mica
ehiinne), otia dnllar. fnc of hronie mrlot
or atnnd lamp. to dollari ent (n n) paii
of the UiiiU-.i btatealiji XireM r riplui
the money by mail. IHOmtni. aantwl to
aell Ihee4a -.pa and mien chimneys m reif
ity and lowu. to whom a liberal uinouiin:
b mad, bend lQriii.le laHma and cirati.
lara giviog all particular. 'I hey apeak lor
theOiele and eil on nhr, AJilrem, .
,. AEblCAB iA"LlY LAhPCO..
. -i. .rt.,io.2O.Peailalret, ew iork.
; r ALTCTSViXLEv , ;
WOOLEN mill:
jiMotHOusTOiNr'TO
, PROPRIE ORS.
iir.-3Utedl : ;1 cr---.-.,
HAVINGIW'd np bur machinery in Brat
elaMi atyle, we are prepared to do
CAEDlSQ, StlSNlilfJ & WEAVING
on thort notiee and in the mint v.ornrrn
like manner W have nn hani and lor aale
M our laclor'y, good aupoly of
....(i : . , ' - .'t . . .
. 'i ' i ' .i l Such a . i i ,
' Jean., Flannels. Blankets, &c,
which wa wlil aell cheap . i .
rbjj Hignest Market Fries in Cash,
PWfor'WooL.' . t -aOtSTON,
I' I LION AO,
DO Allrnavilla, Vmlou 0 , 0.
riAiyiPEN MJLLS
J50ZZEN S 6 J 6 H M SON
nAiniEi, o.
WE have rmrchaaed and SUed up the
abov nulla and aolmt tha arada ol tha
larmara f'Vnw rcinuy.-
i 8peoial alteotioa pvan to
j BO UKiaj k i cai w firaiv aiu -vviuum
A. A CuZZKNB, an vipenrncea miller,
brg ol Ui miil.nud will nol tail to deal
uurij ioa ffiT geoerw uiuutviiuti
r-p a
Flour, Heal and Feed
On hand an 1 for aala at
JUI17 COZtNS a J(l'hr.rb0l
tared lOptfunea.itj 1800
T.f - v. j
TIJE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
j TliK PoTAT') bu Odd cvuie.
1 'Spring weather has come.
: Thb lorebts ire green.
Farmers are planting corn.
- . f
FA8TUHAQB is getting good.
. Now is, the lime to plant
your late potatoes.
Tug " telegraph Irom MoAr
thur to Viatoa Citation is be.
iug built.
Tiik mail going east ii now
closed at 11 o'clock; (he mail
west is closed at 10 o'clock.
I YVb present, ou the outside ol
to-day'a paper, Eotue of Mr. E.
F. Bothwell's views on the
wine question. , "'
'A small " "bund vof . rowdies
egged the residence ol Eliza
beib Blaakehsuip last Tuesduy
liigbl. ' .-.: , ;...
Tub late favorable weather
has , caust-d tbe vegetation, to
grow very rapidly, aud gardens
nre looking up.' ' ,
Fruit trees are loaded with
blossoms, and tbe prospect now
is lavorable .for ao abuudani
crop. , . v
Dr. EDrr, ' ol Portsmouib
will preach and hold service at
the Episcopal 11 all next Sua
day. ' : ' . , .
Prof. MrCUAEL who conies
Weil recowuienddd is in our
midst teacliiog penmanship,
dee specimen at posloilice.
The Temperance Mile Soci
ety held at the Presbyterian
church IttBt Tuesday evening,
was , well attended aud reaite.
ed$9 27.
. Eld:' J. J. Moss will preach
at the Christian church iiexi
Friday and Saturday eveningn,
and Sunday morning and eve
ning. 1 ' 1 1 . '
J. W. Bo wen, . publisher of
the McAnhur Enquirt-r und
Clir.s iau Witness, has been
imlicled by the Urand Jury lor
libel, on complaint ol David
Shivel.
Tun lolloping U a list of let
ers remaining in the poslol&ce
at Dundus. on May 1st.
JN. Cuiiniii;hain, Wiley Munk,
P. Kedd, J. A. Snyder.
. , : . S. ISAMIKOhR, P M.
A vtk nl tliHiika has been
tendired Mnjor W. W. Pea
body Oener.il Superintendent
of the' M. &U. R It , by the
Ilamden Temperance League.
in coiuideration or the' mativ
... i
favors received at his hands
Tok new baud vagon is a
ireilii to McAnhur,,! It is now,
finished ready lor the, boys .ito
tufii out. in. 'It is, beauiifiilly
painted, being adorned with
landscapes', 'scrolU and flour
lehes, and on (be sides ia the
uscripii'on; ''Llortoii'sCo'rnef
Bind.' There is scarcely found
a finer looking' band Wagon" ,
At the last,, exaiiiinaiion ol
achers the' following named
person received cerlificatea:
ForVi rrni,li J.T.TJrown
lor 18 months JUT. Swi.'zri
Fur 12 months A. .V.Satl,
Lizzie fiarllett, T. M. Buskirk,
Man je Si eeVe,' W.S Sage,"."..','
fori months Jennie Dunn,
Mary Uow JjlU , Wells. ,fv';f,
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk,
-i A SOMADKJ Wped ol the genus
k n o wn a mon g 'lie "y pograph :
ical iraternity as "tramp" vis
ited its last Monday and asked
for our , hoepitalities which we
fi ran tectum it .w are lorgivenv
nr it this time,' we desire no
nioie visit's iroin such loathing'
filthy specimens ol animated
pat,ure; ' The "Bfqresa'irlolgejol
went to Athens to -afflict tho
people. This) class !' start' but
over the ) country about this
'lime ojj the. ',y ear. Wandering
Irom place to place,! telling
pi tii til at orjetj ,atou t, i heir;de;
litut ion.:' Their aorrowlul roo-
diiion is brought on; by(the use
of -intoxicating . drink-: Tuey
ill !,wp;ji usiXrttiet itftJitib 0
get money sufficient, lo get ot
crunk ieqqitV,
Revenue Taxes.
'Are perrbns liable in special
tax under the. lieveuue Laws,
at dealers in Spirit nous and
Malt Liquors, and tobacco and
Cigars, and snuff, must pay the
tax on or . belore the lOrh ol
May, or be lulject to 50 per
cent. penalty. - -
H. C. MILLER.
Deputy Collector lor Jack
'eon abd Vinton counties. :
P. O. Jackson C. H. Ohio.
Railroad.
Several geutleraen aie can
vassing for subscriptions to fin
ish oar railroad. We have not
learnd tbe exact results of
their labors, but are assured
that they 'have met with flit
tering success, thus hr Lei
our citizens get , in earnest
bout this matter. Don't stand
there with your fingers in your
inoutb; Ihe railroad never will
be built in that way. Put down
the subscriptions, payable
either in mopey or; in .work.
Standing around and croaking
will never build a railroad . 1
lakes bone and . sinew, and il
vou have no raoney you cat
put a little of the-uforenien
tione'l requisite on the railroad.
Money or work is. what in
wanted now. So let us have
one or the other and we will
put Ihe'sailroad through ofl the
"Fast Line."
Transfers of Real Estate.
Henry He.Miolds, guardian,
tti David Evan, '40 acres, Rich
and township, $470; '.
J Thomas Salts to Amanda Mc
Kibben,'40 acres, Richland tp.
558. ......
Peter Penilergrass to Mary
Dawson, 40 acres, Mudisou tp.,
$140 '"
(leorgeKnox to James Tak-
ei, 32 acres,, Viufpn tp, $400
Andrew Clark lo John 'H
Giargj q'lit ."claim," SOVacres,
Swan tp., J1.200. . '
Parker Carpenter to Asbford
Posinn, 262 acres, Brown tp.,
$5 240,r;;r-:'; .-
Douglas Putnim. lo James
Sickels 80 "acres; "Madison tp.,
$1,280. -' ' ' :', . ; 5 ' : '
James Sickels to John D.
Snyder, 80 acres, Madison tp.,
$1,100.
Jiui A. Payne to Hiram .
Swaim, 20 acres. Swan fp., $500.
Benjamin tlawk to Electa R.
Mi-Ghee, et al, 101 acres,
Wilkesyilletp, $1,000. : w
Ztleskl Company to Antony
Scliut lee, 2 acres, Madison' tp ,
$200.'
The Narrow Gauge Incorporated.
' There ha been- filed,, at the
office ol the Secretary of State
the certificate ol incorporation
ol . the Hanging Rock (narrow
gauge) Uaiiroad Company', by
J. U. Anderson, Edward Smith,
John UroCe, A. llamilio 1, John
M Pugh, Harvey Wells, David
V, Ranneils, .Andrew Wolf, J.
It Filson, W. JJ Rannells, Fa
yette Brown, Char lea L Rhodes
and William Moiiypeny. The
road wilt extend Ironr Col.qm.
bus through l lie counties ol
Franklin; Pickaway. Hocking,
Vinton, Meigs and Jackson.
: TIm corporal ofsvare citizens,
some of Cuyahogasome of Vin
nn. one ol. MeiiTf. and tome ol
Pickaway county Tbe road is
designed t'o run within one had
mile ol the corporate. limiuol
Circleville, and r. within .one
quarter of a mile oil Wellston,
Jack8on,counly. The Cleve
land ''parties are' exietlsively
eugaged in the" iron1 and coal
lrade.r rr T r,-, i
Thb Los Angelos (Cal.) Star
says -Old Bill' Allen I ol Ohio is
aid . to.be , no .slouch in the
matter of high living," and the
Star commends his advice to
the crusaders, withsome ' el-
lusioo. The. Star says on its
own hook: Anend at our e)
b6WYayrrhe tfiifea It-jiiifts as
reprehensible for women to get
.T . , . . ... -f 'y- , , etnir V-
fignt by lacing-as tor-men 'to
get tight by whisky. B.ith in-
TrrtfthefyiterAWellj'lir
of oar particular bnsiness any
way: ' Men generallj' get light
because its -pleasant, women
geJ liiht e6rseUi becauvith'ey
biBk ill n'e'e.-We k,"OW( we de
serve' whalhii foVthif piiflTbiit
we don't nitikn 'iny hairfi by1 It.
The Narrow Gauge Incorporated. O. D. Journal.
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE DU HADWAY PRESIDING.
Bbrrouuhs and Robinson vs.
BenonI Uixson.. Judgment for
defendant for $347.50.
' , Abraham Wilber vi. Sylves
lerWilber. Dismissed at plain-
tjflfscost.. , ,
s&i9 ol 6hio ts'. Foley &
Pjeasant. Selling liquor to J.
P. Obmer.' Pleasant plead guil
ty and fined $10 and costs. ,
State ol Ohio s. Foley A
Pleasant. Selling' liquor to
John Stevenson, a minor.
Pleasant plead guilty and fined
$5 and cost .' J
State of Ohio vs. Foley &
Pleasant. Selling liquor to
John Udlkey, a minor. Pleas
ant plead guilty and fined $5
and cost. i -
- Sarah J.. Ambrose vs. Pat
rick O'Keele. Dismissed at
plaintiff's cost. ' '
. Sarah J. Ambrose vs. J O.
Swetland, Dismissed at Plaln-
tiffs cost.
' Hannah Seal vs, Theresa
Wisenberger. Adair law Ver
dict for defendant.
Johile O Ross vs. traber &
Aubrey. Action to set yflside
tax title. Judgment lor plain
ufl-0.' : : ... ;
JohileG. Ross vs. M.B. Mo
Kinois. Action to set aside
tax title. Judgment for plain
tiff.w- ' : -
Johile Q. Ross vs. Joaeph
B.vers Action to set aside tax
tit je.- Judgment for Plaintiff.
Eli Reynolds vs. Harvey
Robbins. Judgment by de
f.tt.llv $117.77.
John P. Ohmer vs., Charles
M I.er. Settled and dismissed.
Thomas Johnson I vs. Francis
Shades. Judgment for Plain
nff, $20833. "
John Fee vs. Ellas W. Sharp
and others. Judgmeut by de
fault, $1 121. , ...
St at e oi Ohio vs. A. J. Boy er.
Attempt to commit-rape.
Verdict not guilty.
One hundred and seventy-
live witnesses before the Grand
Jury and. sixteen indictments
louud.
The Grand Jnry examined
the county jail and reported
ihe same in good and clean
condition, and tbe prisoners
well carea lor.
GRAND JURY.
John Coulter, Jackson Wort
man, Leonard Arebuogh, John
M. Thomas, Thomas Ankrom,
J a hub Hull, Robert C. Mallar.
S..lvanus Ratcliff. Uiram.Wil
son, S. T. Weed, 1-wao Keeton.
John Eals, Abraham B'ysoi,'
John Bray. II G. R'-bbins.
PETIT JURY.
Cradle baogh, Wil
liam Fuller, J.ime8 Mvors, Jer-
emiuh Bowen, Jacob Bone, Sol
omon Shipley, Abraham Ar
ganbright. F A. Hawk, Sebas
tian Spicer, Eons Reed, John
Trainer, B F. Joh nson,: absent.
BIRTHS.
In McArtliur, on the 10th int., to
Mr. and Mrs.Kev. J. B. Johnson, a
son.
BIRTHS. NORRIS.
I tale plctfaore in nntifyififc the oub-
lio that I hnvcjiHt ailde i to inv Stock,
anew mpply if all kind of Spring
Millinery Qiiot,,ciimttining tha liuktt
and Beat Style), which I will aell at
tha ver Lowttt Conk Price Poesibh.
Please call and exrn)in my stock be -fure
purohns-inif elaevrhere. Bleaching,
Pr twin a and Coloring done -to order
Thankful for pat patnnage, I expect
hy liiieranty in prices and upright
dealings,, to render antiadc'ion tn all
who niat honor me with their cuatt.nt.
Place of bnaintus, tho old Burtenahaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden, Ohio.
McArthur Market.
Floiir. per nacK ." . .... . . . . . $2.00
corn Meal per bush......... .75
Corn ' .60
Oats.... ,. 45
Wheat ...1.30al.40
Beans 2.002ft0
Potatoed .75100
Dried- Apples........ UO
Dried Peaches.:.. .. 3.00
Timothy Seed- per bosh.j . . , 4.00
Clover " ' 6.78
Onions ' .75
Hay ton . Ii00al5.no
Hams, country .12U
, sttifar cured..... : .-. Ah
Smoked sides., ......'. , .10
Shoulders . .J. 8-10
Pickled Pork . 8. tO
Kgga . . r. . . 1 JO
Butter . ; i : .Y. . . SO
cterse .- '.::-, ..JO
Lard .:.;..',...,! ..'..w. -W
Tallow. ....:...... ........ t.V .08-
Cliickens, live .'.'.Vill&.3
Hocking Salt per bUl...!... . 140
sacks -. :!
Vlneirar. elder.....;....'........- .40
White Fish.'.......;..: i.'.'..'... ..J
Mackerel .10
Klo Coffee. '.-''L 80
Tea ,.t. . ...... .KOfial S
Coffee 80 ear. j .. ..j ....... u. ... 12)$
r. "a . - j ........ .
xriitiw.v . ,1 a
New Orleans Molasses... M . 80al.00
aorghutn-i ji " -m . 405O
Syrup f v....,,. . 75a,1.0O
Star i'andles, per lb.. ' -;25
Taiiow 't.'. vi c. . ,.j.r. auaao
U.(A VvulfWj v, .w. .i, ..i.r.pj i ""V-
Feathers ,..,.. .,;. .. a75
1 Coai. fief bus. .i I.... v- ! T8
I Hofcs, dressed IM a 500
NOTICE.
FARMS TO-' RENT.
WE have a lart quantit of food Atm laad
un which aei-ond (rowib (umber ha
bees alluwea to coma Ut whic-n wa wieh to
put under rultlvatiot; nd are prepared to
rent in hrm ol fifty or wily acre nt h, nnoa
atietactory term npnn aiipliraiion at out
office, . BAKCKurl' A RAI'ER,
Vinton Furoac.
WILKESVILLEAHD HAMDES
HACKLINE.
IWlLti run a hvk rrnm Wilknville to
Hamden and return etary Tueedy,1har
lav, and Baturilay Air iha acrommodattoa
( paaaengera making rloo connection with
tho mail Inuoa aa tha M. A C. R. K. 1 will
alao earry exprena backagea .hipped to or
from point by the idama Expreaa Co.
pf . . ISAAC MILLER.
NEW YURK DAY-BOOK.
A Democrat Weekly. Etahliabed 1W.
It aupporla while eupreuiacy, politirai and
ooial. Terwa. II yer year. To c-lub, nio
eopie for Ii. Specimen copit fre. Addrcaa
kAY HOOK, New TorkCity.
CD FLORENCE Q
Dm Loi-eUettl Soil if kt
FLORENCE SKWIU MACHINE CO.
axainattho Singer, Wheeler A Wil.on
and Orovar k Baker no , Involving ovr
S25O.0O0.
It fimllf dtcidtd b) tht
SvpravM Court ( ( nimi (-
in (avoroima A LOKLt'K, which aloo
baa Brvtm Ou AtoMpsI, itf High Pri m.
the new Florence
la eay aMaAiat Hal Mm aachaiird aad er
Mrd or ta riyAt ai d Ufi.
Jtimptml I Inapt- lit
Sold rna I'ah Om.v tucial Tuna TO
(XUBS aad DBALEKS.
JyrU 1874. , fkjma. Utm.
J. C. COLi;tlA., f.D.
Baa permanently located m
McAH,THUR(0,i
lor IhS practice of
M t-CICNEandSURCErlYi
to which ho will devo'a hi entire attention.
OKKl' Kln liavia' HundiDg up alaira, oppo
lie Vinton County Bank.
RinioxaoB
H O. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT,
SlcArtbur, Tlnton C. O.
UKAL EVl lTE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IK IAKD3.
A BABE CHANGE TO BUT A HOME
ri'HE fullnwing Ihnda will be aold low da
A rtaaonablo term aa to payment i
-IQAACRE4 ol fin timber land, near tiia
M-Jiaj. n. h. me tinnier win mora
than pay for the land il put np m the market.
Title perfect. For full detenpnon call upon
orwritato MrC.JoNFS.
JJ. riTlTHIN milef Ihe M. A C. B.
Uit.n (V K The farm contain fO arrra
lllal lony aore cleared, raif improve
"menja. A yond conl hank opiaand
working. 4 feet beat coal. I ur iai a cheap,
120 Acres in Harrison Township
GOOD timber land, well watered and near
the railrdad.
Title perle. t.
Will be aold low. ISries
H.C.JONES.
lloCM'liULVISILYtllSriilOE
Tha moat beautirul tree in America,
Bound Oaotns,
Mountain Sunflower,
Painter's BruBh, -Pike's
Peak Columbine,
AD OIHta
Book Mountain Speoialtiea,
For deacriptiv rafafogue and price ilit oi
feed, auuiesa,
. LANDIS & FOGAN,
- Dm via. Colombo.
fijwuil Salet lo Smeiymen aad Drafort,
y TEMPEEANCE SOKQ BC0I,
TI1F MUSICA.L F0UNTALV.
A COMPLETE pollcetinn of TEMPERANCE
MU8IC, enntaimng fillj aiirnng aonga, ail
harmoniaed for three or Tour vnbea. Just
Ihe book for thaTemnennce Vlnvement.now
engrna.lng puhlio allcntion. I'rice 36 c by
man, pot paid. Per rtoaen.lJ.TO. Puliluhed
by JOHN caUKCU CO., Cincinnati, O.
20reb 1872 4t
Trees! Flowers! .Bulbs I
HEDGE PLANTS 1
Hurserv Stock! FruitiFlower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
BLOOMING Tf N S HEREBY,
.S.J: ililHois. , . "i
SOOncrea; Kd year; IS greenhouea. cat-
appie, I.UM 1 jr.. rio; t y. too; aj. i',iy ou
4 catalogue, SO cent. , ; Sljuiim
J. 3. Mc COMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
Oppobite the EmmiU Boua
Sbreckeigant's Ol Ststiid,
CHUUCOTHE, OHIO,
IAtDAOTrjBKa AMD DIAtE IB
Fine Gold Jewelry.
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Amshean and 'Pofeiajn' Watches.
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Gold Srtte
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Oaa Bat ion
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Hair Acw.lry
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Sllnr War
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Uim TODirX 'GOLD PEXSi
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ittl Irak bFGbobs suiTiBlt for
BBTDAL 4 BIETHDA Y PRESEST3
GcoSa made to orderand repainnt doaaby
eareful arorkmen. na extra ehevM Iap .
. gravieg good bonibi at Hut nabilibmnk
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la Urge stock aud great varl tery
tomsra without extra charge, .
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D. M. FEE R ll Si
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Celebrr ted Flower and Garden Seedtf.
A snorted varieties of eaoh including everjthing grown in a flower or r3tAU
garden. . . .' ,f.
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Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vai?
nishes and
received, atSISSONU
11 VALLEY MM FBI
TIIOUOUGH V1 1 1 K MANS 11 11',
Fine Material Used in Manufacture.
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PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTEUCTlGlf
GREATEST
THE LOWEST PRICE:1
A higher reoommendatlort of theoe excellent ihstrumetita cobld hlft ,i
deaired than tba nuniemus testimonials from those who have tied (hem; and
ijveo them the S8eret triak Nothing can be Superior to their )ixlitdeiioato
tnooh, while the quality ia universally admired. Ever Valley (lira is ndt bnlf
warranted lor five yeara but is guaranteed to fly ntlrt)
atlsfactlun or to be returned at nur expanse. ,
bend for illustrated oataloue with musio. ' '
D. H. BALDWIN & J0.;; .; ;;;
' Dealers in Pianos and Organs, '
158 WEST F0TJHTH ST., CINCINNATI, t'; -
J. . IIULICK, : I, a
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1874 PROCLAMATION .184-
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THOMAS A. MELLuv
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THE BRICK Si ORE,
Will keen on hand throuchnut tha
atock of
JEWELRY
0 HONS.
QUEENSWARE,
Articles of Comfort
which I will seU lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in Vinton
uwaiag my .tons ftua prices berore
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'. iTtOtT WOUID CONSULT YOUa,, .. . "
RJ '. . IHTEBEST, - -ol bCj
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LOCK AT THIS OFFER. - i - O
' .25 PER CENT DISCOUNT 5 :r;ll!; TXl
:V' Ota ail Styles fblr Cash. " :- wLs
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if.'-.. , A. $190oraaa for,.'. '."..'" '.tiin ' " -vr.s.
r! ..... , ; f 400 piano
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knew 800
piano
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iod Cloth, Casus and Paper i , ..If
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low. Will trim wall paper for bit aH
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Brushes just 3 i
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DURABILITY:
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DRESS GOODS; ,.
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FINE GROCERIES, 1 '
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. AfttJ thousand other ' ' "' " 4
Utility and Onnirnti
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at wk'itoaaj, rate).
CAUSES
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