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r -SPECIAL NOTICES.
TvT rS TJ T 5
1 Ufce pli'Mure in notifying the pub
lio that I hart jut dde I to m Stock,
pew tvply if all kind of Spring
Millinery Goods, combining the Latent
and 2? tye, wbioh 1 will Mil at
tha tery Lowest Cash Prica Possible.
Pleue call aud exiuuine my stock be
fore purohiisin(i elsewhere. Bleaching,
Pressing and Coloring done tu order
Thankful for past patronage, 1 expect
by liberality in prices and upright
dealing, to render satifuciion to all
who may honor me with their custcm.
Place of business, the old Burtenahaw
itand. M1W. LIZZIE NUUKI&
liawden, Ohio.
J. P. TOWfcLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchants and Furnaoe
toeu of Vinton county, a euperior itock
of Dry Qoodi and Notions, on terms
the most favorable,. lveptly
N. J. BOWERS,
.resident denust,
Ale Arthur, Ohio.
Particular atteution given to tha treatment
liD aamrat teem.
Notice to Teachers.
'"THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School Home, in MoArthur, on
- in a tai ana ora raturuuy in martin,
April, May, September, October and
T 1.1 . . . . I
.novemuer; ana toe let euturuny in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex-
.'aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M, Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 centa is required
. by law from each applicant.
M. U. UAU.Ei CVn 1 Hoard of
M. U. BAU.E:i CVn ) Hoard of
1IUHN, Lsoiiool Ex
J
L. 0. PEKL'UE, CTk, J , aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
.
For the Relief and Cure ol the Erring and On
fortunate ou Principle. of Christian
Philanthropy.
Eaaaja oo the Error, of Youth, and tha fol
haa of Age, in relation to Marriage and Social
Kvile, with aanilaijr aid for tha afflicted
Jent tree, in aealed envelope. Addrexa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pi.:'iui
phia, I'a.
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115,1.0. 0, F.
' oi""t'fc, TEtlll,AK Meeting oflhie En
. y'wfe alVuampmeiit will herealter be
Bjjrs.:;li-ld on the atcond and ln'et
rr Monday cveuiuaa ol each
uiautli. CatnandiH oi oilier eiK-ainpniruia
who may be uniting om n ere inviied to
attend. PAKlb UOUTON, 0. P.
Juhx T. Karia, 8.
MuArthur, Keu'y 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
ri'tHE-'Chewera' choice, la now inking the
X lead oi hII other Itmnria. hughl In color,
lraaant in lame, touuh and laximr iui-hew,
thia lobaouo uoate9i.ei every qniility to anil
i-hewera, and m-IIh hy the 10 pound bucket
fully too nheuper per pound, thau any other
brand of the anine grade and iertiaia leae
quality. Ion bucket ol linn ilein aled brand
have been anld In ( liillnuihe alone within
the text two nioutha, mid Irado .till inrrea.
dig. -Try II" htH.i;KMiK 4 KKA.VIKK
. uiiiiiiuuiiiv, wmu, are imp itiiinuiHuiiirere
agent ami aellallowtal factor) Price.
Winay 187-t
NYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 PAINT S'lL'ET.
CHILLI CO THE, OHIO,
IV1TE ihonliention of merchnnla and fur
tiaceinen to iIim Ihi-ih nio'k ol Hie Htnve ar
tuleHjiiMt rtMfeived. We will pell at t e very
low( fl)iire to Ihe trade. Oidrra aidii'ited
and pioiiiptly attpnnpd o. siliul
THAI WUlCli IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER
II C. JOlilS,
, ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
REL ESTATE' AGENT
Itlc.lrtlutr, Vinton C. O.
REAL liSI'lTE'
Sought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN" LAOS.
A EASE CHAM 01 TO BUY A HOME
ft' HE (idlowinR li.nde eill he aold low on
J. r KMonuble term na to fat m eut i
576 ACRES OF LAND
-I.N-
Putnam County, West Va.
wrraiN 2, milib or eailk , ad
34 Allies From Mate Capital
County EoadEnnsl trough Trace
.IWE FARMlMi LAND WITH
PLENTY OF HON
Dae,
WELL watered. About 26 ore -leered,
bood mine Jou and out'huililinRa.
Tuuuer-popur, witlnut, oak, aab, hickory
and locust.
Title Perfect.
The entire tract or one-ball will be sold
VEhy io. . ..
itimafeir. Call toon.
' 2aurli H. C. JOtttS.
10AACRE1 a: timber land, near the
lUM-aU. H. B. -The timber will more
tt.n pty for Ihe lend il put up in thi niHrket,
Title perleut; tor tail description onll upon
orwriteio U.C. JONK.1.
JUA V 1TB IN mile of Ihe M.AC. B.
TV K The mrni contain HO aerra
lt-l luriy aorea cleared, l-air improve
ii.eDle. a KOod coal hank oprnand
woraiDg. Ji feet beet coal. For fc a cheap.
" ....
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
"T.OOD timber land, well watered and oear
I ih railroad.
'I ltla liarl..t
WiU tit sold low.'Jf "i
' c ; S V ? a.
lSdeo
C. JOMUJ.V
txr rawiio Wtirteach auy man titat
it s advantageous to pluroDixe thoSs I
hoadrerUse iaiioff8ipert; I
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
An Old Man Murdered Near
McArthur Station by
His Nephew.
The Body Buried Without an
Inquest.
The Murderer at Large and no Effort
Made for his Arrest.
Ad old man named Elias Ir
vln, aged 60 years who lived
near John Oil's, below MoAr
(bur Station, on (be road lo
Eagle Furnace, met with bis
death from violence last Tues
day morning. The ciroum
stances, as we learn from a cit
izen of the vicinity, are as lol
lows: 1 , ,
To begin with, Irvin came
troru Rayaville some morn ha
since, having for a wi e u girl
about 15 years old. A day or
two belore the murder, in con
sequence, of a quarrel, she led
her husband. The old man
was therefore aKjiie in his home.
On Monday evening George
Irvin, his nephew, went to his
house and accused him of abus
ing or insulting his (UeorgeV)
wile. Alter the passage ol
some wordj George attacked
I lie old mn with such weapons
as lie could get hold ol, finally
getting a club and beating him
most unmercifully about his
heud and breast. Joseph John
son, Mr. Bard and their ami
lies who live nearby witnessed
i he encounter without interfer
ing, we beJieve. The old man
retired to tbe house without
washing or dressing his
wound?. 1 he nexf morning he
called to Mr. Johneo.n, as he
was going lo bis work, and
asked him to bring him a cut)
ol coffee. lie complained o.'
leehng bad, but Mr. J not
knowing his condition, alter
waiting on him, went to his
work. About 9 o clock the wo
men of the neighborhood be
coming anxious at his silence,
looked in the window, found
hiui dead and gave ihe alarm
to their husbuids who were
working in the ore banks.
An examination disclosed
the hict that his head, breast
and arms were cut and bruised
in a leailul manner, the wounds
being so serious that there is
hardjy a doubt but they caused
his death, liis relatives took
ciitrge of (lie botlv, and hav
ing been cHutmned not lo bury
him until the body was viewed
by ihe Coroner, Owen Irvin,
lather of George, and brother
ol E.ias, Blarted lor McArlbur
ostensibly for the purpose ol
finding that t.fficial. Our Dem
ocratic Coroner, however, had
long since lelt i tie county tor
the county's good, and the
Commissioners had tailed tu
appoiui any person to (ill the
yucinc.t; but whether that act
was dihCloed to Irvin, Sr.. or
not, we do not know. Utj called
on Dr. Rannells and told him
in tflVct that E ias hud been a
a big drunk the night belotv
and hud died; that be had hud
a little skirmish with a colored
man named James, and some
ol the neighbors ere insist
ing on an ii.queit, and asktd
ihe I)r to call aud emmine the
body, but did not mention the
fight with'. his son. From the
account, the Dr had no doubt
he died Irom the effects ol liq
uor, and refused to go unless
he was summoned by a Coro
ner or a Justice holding an in
quest, auu advised him to 'go
home and tell the parties who
wished an inquest that he
would bury the corpse on
vVednesduy morning, and , in
the meantime they could have
a Justice summon a jury and
exuniine'into the circumstances
if they desired. Thereupon In
went borne and elated that the
Dr. said tie died in a drunken
hi; he would be buried on
Wednesday; and it; was no use
to hold an iuquest. Toe body
was accordingly buried at the
time designated .without in
quest. ': . '
- The above is given as it came
to us Iroffl trustworthy sources
wnal ippears' atVa'n ge and , at
r-. . . .
most unaccountable to us ; is
that such plain circumstance,
should ' exist, be known to a
wbole , neighborhood, and no
legal action taken j or arrest
made. The people of that vi
cinity owe it to their good
name that the matter should
be promptly and thoroughly
investigated by the proper au
thorities.
i N. B. Since Ihe above was
in type a warrant ha? been
placed in the bands ol Con
stable Barnes tor the arrest ol
George Irvin, and the body
will be disinterred and an in
quest held this morning before
'Squiro Payne.
The "Flat Crick School Deestrick"
in Vinton County.
A decidedly interesting trial
took place at Allensville last
Friday. The facts as developed
were that school District No.
3, Uarnuon township, had em
ployed Jacob Zrbe to teach,
and alter a time two of ihe Di
rectors became dissatisfied and
turned htm off. Mr. Z'sued
I hem lor his wastes for tha bal
ance of the unexpired term for
which he bad been employed
In defense the Directors claim
ed that the order of the school
was not good, of which we
have no doubt, for the average
weekly attendance was 62, and
the room only 18 by 20 or 22
feet square, an old and dilapi
dtted log hut at that. "Far
halliiy" was one of the other
cbary.es, on winch the Direc
tors succeeded in showing that
the pupils who had brains made
fair progress, while the numb-
bkuiis were unanie to Keep
pace with them. Another
charge was that he had allowed
a pupil to declaim the "Hard
shell Bapti.it Sermon' and
had given atone time a new
version of ( Mary had a little
I'amb.'' The great unpardona
tie .in was that he haJ taught
"Bintin' by note" -a tliiwg un
heard ol belore by two of the
Director of School District
No. 3. Tijese things thev
called immnrvtl. It appears
that these two Di'.'V,or8 mad
an eflort at onetime to have
Z'-rbe's certificate revoi've.'i, a 'd
the hoard ol examiners, leaving
heard ihe case lully and rfc-fJ-aniinetl
Zerbe. gave him a new.
certificate lor 12 months.
The trial, we learn, showed a
degree of tad feeling coupled
with a good share ol stnpidity
and tyranny on the part of ih1
i 'wo Directors who discharged
Z rbe, and the jury gave him
m verdict accordingly, lor thn
amount claimed.
We know nothing of Mr. Zt
be' qualifications as a teach
er except what would be tndi
cated by his cernficale liom
ihe Board of Examiners, bu
the hurface indications are that
School District, No. 3, could
have a good school if llfey
wou!d only build a habitable'
school house, and use half the
exerlion4 to uphold'a teacher
that they d to interfere and
find captious objections." ""
Considerable excitement was
caused last week by the dis
covery bv a p-irly ol workmen
who were building a fence
around !) graveyard juot west
ol McArihtir that the gnve .l
George (Jolvin, who wa-i burie 1
March' 18 1814, had b'en
opened lately and the rrmaintt
removed. Colvin is remain
bered by some tif our older1 in
habitants, and w is a brother ol
Jacob Colvin, a tnn tio td in
i bene parts 'as an In lian bun
ter. H h.id been tbot tbinui;!
he body by the lndii-nii wl ilr
fleeing with his wife and child
to a block house. The three
were ou one horse and the ball
which p9(ed ihrongh his body,
making a wound from which
he'recovered, killed his wife
aud child. '. y '
; Uixoh ' don't know how " to
work a Court Bouse job or he
would have carried iff .the old
bricK instead nl using them to
rebuild the chimney. .He has
introduced' a strange innova
lion on an old custom, in con
sequence of which, we under
staudt.tbft' Value of County: ok
ders ha ve risen 10 per cent. .;'
A4rrtuwaieata iaMM4 ' fiilr price;
The Fourth.
Except the Sunday School
pie nic there will be no gener
al celebration of the Fourth at
McArthur this .year.
A dance at the In6rmry is
alked of by the young folks,
but js not known now whether
the building can be obtained
for that purpose Or not.
James Nappe, a young man
who lived near Raysville, was
struck by a freight train near
that place and killed on Sun
day of last week. He started
onto the track just ahead ol the
train running in the same di
rection b't the train, and was
soon overtaken, struck by the
engine and killedv
Ws were wrjngly informed
- - t s
as to the name of the imuister
that preached at Ihe Christian
church last Sunday. Ilia nanre
is Trible, not Tubbs as report
ed. He'will preach again nex'
tSundpy morning aud evening,
at the same church.'
Thb storm of last Thursday
blew one ol the Court Houee
chimneys down, breaking two
of the ratters and smashit g Sev
ern) square yards ol' the slate
roofing. Messr. S. B. Ullom
and Chester French have been
engaged making the necessary
repairs.
Air additii nal subscription
to Ihe stock ol the Q, McA. &
ORG, is being pushed quiet
ly but successfully here, and
the situation all around looks
encouraging. Every one should
give bomethlng.
A cock fijiht is arranged to
come off on the Fourth at John
Daugherty's. Alois Mutscbel
ler and Wm. Myer are the own
ers of the repective birds
which are lo contest for the
championship.
A party ol nake hunters
was out after the large snake
last week, but did not succeed
in discovering his snakesbip.
Ii is siiid some of them are
rather rejoiced at their failure
to find him.
It ls-lntended to have a pic
nic on -the Fourth, in Davis'
Grove. It is arranged to meet
at the Presbyterian Church
a.nd irom rhere goto the grove.
Let all come with Wei! filled
baskets.
Deputy Wm England organ
izeda new Grange at Wilkes
villa last Saturday. We did
not learn the uamfs of the of
ficers. S. B Ullom has succeeded
Lafayette Kaynor as builder of
hay windows in and about the
Court Houpp. It i a fat job
when properly nursed.'
Mr. Bundy whs in town vef
terJay, looking very much as
thouph another term would be
n detriment to his health.
Eev. Th s J. Davis, of thil
ndelphia, will prench at the
Episcopal Hull next Sunday
mornine. at . 10J o'clock. j . .
BIRTHS.
In McArthur. on tin 2?th tilt-, to
Mr. and Mra.E. K. Barnhill.a ditug)i
ter. ;
In McArthur. on the 1st Inst., to
Mr. and Mrs, il. A. Hlgglns, a daughter.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per naoTt JJ2.00
torn Ileal per bush..... 70
Corn . ,60
Oats. 45
Wheat 1-iOnlU
Bt-ans 175i0(i
PotatPM i ...i.. 1 .50
Dried Aprles..". .... 1-60
Dried Peacheo . ' 3.'0
Timothy Seed per bush.:'.. . 4.00
(lover " " ' .... ' 6.75
Unions ' " " ... ' .75
Hay V ton ..12.00al5iKi
Hams, country . v . ; . .1
" siijiar cured -16
Smoked Aides . .10
Shoulders 8.10
Pickled Pork.'......i 8.t0
Krjt8 .... -10
Butter ; i t 16
Ciecse :.M
Lard ; i . l ; : . i . I . ; . ( ; 10
Tallovr ; .08
Chickens, live 15a.25
Hocking 6nt per bbl 2.15
Sacks " . ; 15a2a
Vinegar, cider -.'. .40
White Fish ; 7A0
Mackerel r.10
Rio Coffee'.; 30
Tea. .. ...... .;.......;..1.00al26
Coffee Suzar .i. li
Yellow C " li
New Orleans Molasses: i.;.. '.80al.OO
Sorghum . i" , .4060
Syrup 7Ba.l-00
Star Candles, per lb... .... 26
Tallow i .- .i ............. .15a20
s"oap. country per lb... .i..,...: .66
Feathers it 657B
Haiti ' 84
t'Mif. nerl)8.'..- -1.-';A.4iV;i7
H. A. UHWIBS. 1. U. B UN UN.
JlICGiXS UEI.1LE IV,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND PEA BS IN
ITALIAN a- AMERICAN UiUBLE,
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McAHTHUR, OHIO.
Iapr.174
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
kinds of
FURNITURE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthinfir de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w'M
hearse when desired
IVAKI IHIKTOIV,
Corner of High and Locust Streets:
McARTHUR, 0.
TmarW.
WDM
Elrn(iar(tpfrmnnfntly,
cieBp, qincK, without mil
tiiik The only true nn
Klote, 8 n.Armilron.
A M. 1., Berriro, Mivlugaa.
82500AToEu)with82500
COMBINATION PfiOSPEOTUS.
It fully rpprnonl" anmile paera ami xtyla
of hi oil I f o( li mierextinii and fnal aelling
hooka Kmi ihin er tried hj ''nntHnprn.
AtlEXTS Wi.TEO. Von will mi.s it
if you iiu not eud lur ilhiKtMtert printer nrt
lilieral ierm: or, eend tl V for the hcmitilul
proapectu (the only ontm neetleil,) and aa
our territory at ome Aildremi
ViLLiv Puai.it ya Co., Ckciiihati.'O.
A LECTURE
rTO YOUKG MEX.
Juit pubftrtied, In a tkalrd Enrelcpo. Price all
ranta. A Lrctur on Ihe Malum, TreHlmrnt
an 1 Radical Gun- of 8wriaati'rrhra, er h-min-al
Wcannena, luvulnutary Kiulwluna, 8t-xual
Dfhillty, Ld Imiiedlumuu to Marriage, gener
ally ; NerTunaneas, Couiuaiitloii, Elleaiy and
Kll; Blrnfal and riiyHcal lnraiiacliy, rm'iililr.K
Horn tellabmle, 4c-UyItOB. J. tHJLVk.Il
WKLL, H. I)., Au hor of Ib.-'Green Bik " 4c
Tha orld-rennwui-d anlhur, la 'bu admlrabla
Lecture, nlrarly proTrt from hm own experience
that the awful cnnaequencei oraelfalute niny
tie eftVctnally rrmi.ved without medicine, and
withunt diinaermis aurgk-al opeatlina. bitiitiea,
luitrumrnta, rlnna, or cordial), toliitii( out a
mode ol enre-at once ceriala, rfTecluil, by Which
eiery -auflerer, no nial er what hii cnudlrliin
may be. nuiy enre himself cheaply, and urlvatelr.
and radically. Tula Leciure will prove a buon to
tbuuiuiuaa aud thotiaaiidi.
Sent, under aral, In airy addrtaa In a plain waled
envelope, on reodpt ut ell Ct?lite, nr two poilae
ataui. AImi, Dr. Sillabre'a EtJTEDY lull
riLKS. heud tor circular.
Aadreaa the publlahera,
CIMS. J. 0. Kt lNE A CO.,
127 Bowert. Ne.Yirk. foal uttice Box v. 680. .
TEA.
AO N1SVAN'JED.
TEA AO EN TV wanted in town and country to
aell TEA, nr gel up club orders, for the (nr.
fieal Tea Company in Avuenua. Importers'
pricea ana inuucemeuiH ro amenta, end for
circular. AddreH, HllHKK I WE'LLS. 41
VeaeyHi., N.Y P. O Box 127
The Chrutian (auai. tleniv Ward Rpechar.
Editor, ol Oct 2otii last, says; "Fnrtifa wiah
idkIo u-l nr i-liiba. and ail who can util or-
dt-ra for tea, ahouhl arlte him for a circular."
The Aea York Witklu TrUmu. oi Hen' . 3d. rava:
"All 'Lrangea' abould write Kobt. Wella lor
cjrcuir "
Ikt Sch, offfpt.20., aajs; "Robt. Wella it
thorougnly reliable." 23,ipr
B. T. BABBITT'S
urQ Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,
Of doable Ihe atreagth of any other
SAPOMi?YIG SLDSTAICli.
piK'King my Poiaah or Lte and am now pack-
UH l. umj 111 yniia.iia .Turn.ilif, ui M I I . u
papouii, uuci u"i miuir nip nwp. j, iv
peeked in boke'a coniaininn 24 and 48 on lb.
nulla, and in no other way. liireetiona In
knulluh mml U m m u n fnm mklilVio hunt anrl
laII . .... n u.ih Itiu lJ..,n.Vl .....I
pacKag - - B. T. BAItpiTT,
04 to 84 Waaklnatou bt., N't V.
SJll pr I M4
STATii vr OHIO,
Insurance Department
CovtmBts, FeLruSry 18th, 1874.
WBEREA9 the New England Mutual Life
Inauranne l on pany lotaivdat Bonon.ln
.he Bute ot Maeaaehuartta, haa Bled In thia
ofBif a awnrn athtenir-nt by Ihe proper offi
eera thereof, showing ila condition aud buai
oeaa and haa complied in all uiher reapevta,
with the lawa ol thia btate. relating to Lile In
aurance I'orcpaniea, orgnnKed by act of Con
gresa, or bv ur under the lawa of any other
Male ol ihe tJnited r-taU-a.
Now, iherelore. In pursuance ol law, I,
Will. am T. Chun h, auierintehuent of Inaur
ance ol the Bine of Ohio, do hereby certify,
hat aaid company . kulhonsed to trauaaut
Ita appropriate buaines. of tile inaurance la
Itiia n a mnrtimmtm imlt K lta 11 1 1 r I n I K .
eurreot year. The condition and nuaiueaa of
aaid company at Ihe date ol euch statement
(.'eeen bvr 3tt, l73.) ia ahown aa folloaa:
Aggregate amount of ailn.itted aa
- aeia.including ihe aum olfit,2M,.
MS SA in preniiuin neiet and
loana hold by the company on
...1.... 14 nth no ai
Argregat artlonnlnf liabintiea. In
rluaiof an.iui.oia w inr re in-
aurnnee reaerva llM.TS H
Amount of io. ome for the pieced .
ingy arinoh , 1,481,874 M
Amount of premium hole or In
. come, for the preceding year SOtjlt St
Amount of expenditures lortue
pteoeding yearta eabt . 1,607,47 88
Amount of premium note expen
dituree for the ireediB tear. ST810 1J
(U f.) IB witneaa whereof, I hate herenn.
to.aiibacrib- d my riatnr, aud cauaed tHe aeal
of my offlceto be affixed tbeiay and year
gbOTe wiiiUid.: WM.CrOR:il. ,
- Buperiuteaaetu.
Jen f. Keru, agent at McAjthor, O.
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Loo!:
ing Glasses, and all kinds of Eoxlzg
Furnishing Gcods. : '
3. S. HUM
ItETAIL DEALER IX
MfttHeatiiiirnrSte
m CSTT??. ' Bal
KM "' - .
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
House Fm
Of every description
Grate and Cnnmeled Fionl. llraNS and Porcelain
Ketllea, Wooden Ware ot all Kliuin. Manufacturer of
TIn, Copper and 'licet Iron ware, both for wholesale end rttuii
trade. Orders anlieited frnm cuntry denlerM. , '
l-t'POUTTNG. ROOFING AND BEPAIBIG DONE CHEAPlY.
KS-Speoial Iaducements offered to those who w'ill buy a full OuUi
for Housekeepinf.
Call and com pi re prices before pnrchrtflnir eln where. ' lGaY
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And Cloth,' Canvass and Paper
WINDOW
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In large stock aud pretit Ttiriety vory low. Will trim wall psper for ttrj cu
totnere without extra charge. 1
SEEDS..
AND
D. M. FERllY'S
Celebrpted Flower and Garden Seeds.
Assorted varieties of each, including overy thing grown iu a flower or vee&.bi i
garden.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vat--nishes
and Brushes just
received, atSISSON'S.
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Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTETJCTI0K.
GREATEST DURABILITY.
THE LOW EST MICE,
A higher recommendation of these excellent instrnmenU could 'rlt W
desired than tbe numemus testhnoiituls from those who hare used theta n,i
ptven them the severed triiiln. Nothinit pan he gnperior fo their lj.-M, a0' icat..
touoh, while the qunlirv is uuiversslly mlmired. Evry Valley Gem is rIV j'nnl -warranted
lor five jears but i gunrauteed to clve .n.
saiiNiact Ion or to be returned at our
'Spnd fiiV lllliall-ntad Aafnln....A !.t.
-V. cutnuD mill
jueaiers in nanos ana Urgans,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0..
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Agritt Tor Vinton Couty.
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LOCK AT THIS OFFER.
25 PER GENT DISCOUNT
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On all Stylos for Cash! ,.
WE OFFER NONE BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
"A $190 organ for
. 200 .
20
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- 400 piano
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Bllnlatera, CVarcaew
BchooU faraUked at
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