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T SPECIAL NOTICES.
J..F, TOWfcLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merohi.nU and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a luperior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. lyeptiy
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEiYllST,
ItlcArthur, Ohio.
Partiesular atleution given to the treatment1
or in natural teem. . ,
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Eismlne'ra
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday 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
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Jby law from each applicant ,
. M. R BARNES Ch'n 1 Hoard of
J. . HUHN, V School Ex-
1. V. rtKCUE, Cl'k, J trainers. .
Uoward Sanitary Aid Associa-
- tiou.
(For Ihe Relief nd Cure ol the Erringnnd Va
-, . ortilutou Priuoipleaof Chri.tiao '
' ' Philanthropy.'
Eauy od the Errors of Youth, and the foW
iie of Age, in relation to Marring ead Social
" Kvili, with aedllai j aid for tha afflicted
Soot rrea.' in eeuleJ envelope. - Addrensj
' HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'ul
phis. Pa. ' ... ' . .
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
i NO, 115, 1.0. 0. f; .
.w-yLu, TBUfYAR Meetings ofthie Bit
, iiisampment will herealtar be
'S&'f'JFheld, on tha second and Inst
, , "wav Mesday evenings of each
, aaoath. Patriarchs ol oilier encampment
.who war bo milling om own are invited to
'
aiynd, PAKlbhOKXUN.C. P.
Jumh T. B.pii, B. . ,
. MuArthur. Fell's U, 1870. ;.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
r'HE 'Chi'weri.' Choite, la now taking Ihe
A lend oi all other Hranda. Hnhl In color,
pleasant in Inete, tough and Irhiiiiit In i-hear,
this IoImcco poawtfea every quxlity to unit
cnewers, and fell" by Ihe in pound bucket
fully lUe cheaper per pound, lhao any other
bmnd of Ihe same grade and t.erhip Icaa
quality. 100 bucket" ofthia celoiiiaied brand
have been noli Win t'hillieothe alone within'
thalaet Iwo month., and Inula alill inrnBk".
lug. "Try II" BCD JOKr KK A KK.AMh.rl
Cliillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufncturera'
agent and eellatkiweat Factory Price.
Wmay 187a
QUEEN H WARE
WYE &MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
07 FAINT blliET.
CIIILLICOTIIE,0IIld,
IiVITB the attention of merchants and.rtr
iiaoeineo to ihe large moi-k of Ihe above ar
i cle' Juki received. We will eell at t e very
lowest figure to Ihe trade. Order solicited
and prnniptly attended o. X4Ul
T1JAT 7lTlCU IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PftOSPER
nr U. JONEIS,
ATTORN KV AT LAW.
BEJL ESTATE AGENT
AIcArtluir, Vinton , O.
RE A L7ES'r I TE 4
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAIN 8 IN LANDS.
A RARE CHAM OTO BUT A HOME
. M HE following li.nda will be Sold low on
X n aaooable term aw to iat went i
576 ACHES OF LAND
IN
.Putnam County, West Va.
. WlTiilK 2J MlUS or EAlLBvAD
34 Miles From Mate Capital
Comity Road Runs Through Traoc
FINE FARM IMS LAND WITH '
. PLENTY OF RON ORE,
. t ' : -
watered.. About 2A acre, -leered.
- TVUuod Irame hnua an outbuilding.
,. Timtier-popwr, walnut, oak, ah, hickory
and locuat. ' .
""' Title Perfect.
The entire .tract or one-hall will be sold
Vert lot, '
itimafiir Call soon.
. 2apry7 H. C. JON 3.
' lO AACREl ol tine timber land, near the
- 14 UM AC. R. R. Ihe umber will mora
than pay for Ihe land II put op in the market.
Title perfect. For lull deeoripuon call upon
tr wviut.to H.C.JiiNF.s.
JotA 7 ITfl IN Smile cf the M.C. R.
vv K The farm eontama 0 acrea
tuny acres cleared, fair improve
" Menia" A KO"d coal bank open and
vrorkinx. 4i feet beat coal, for a.a cheap.
- ' " i j i
120 Acres in Harrison Township
GOOD timber land, well watered and near
Ihe railroad. - . t.
'1'itle perla. l.' . ' - i -
. Will tx aold low. ' VSdee
f f H.O. JiNSS.
D-. David F. Daird's
l-statc. .
NOT'CE ia hereby given that the unbeerib
er haa been appointed and qua lilted aad
miniatraim on theeatate of Uavid F. Baird.
- hue of Vinton county, deceased, and that all
Kraona indebted loaaid ex tale are raqjivated
call at once and tette their aoronnie.
. , 4"LIAL.HAIR1).
V l)atadlilth,1874.
mm
AT UAMDKN.
HAVING opened a Bn Tardat Hamden ,
we are prepared to fdrniah Bnck of tha
bMl quail ti on
on rare, or in waapn at aa low
PM srifliiJajviato .whether tur bujldiiiiua
ln or chitnnev brii a. AdHra T
Hcu aa part be Obb-lned aewner. ail or-
i aa cao oe
THE VINTON RECOftp.
Ofllolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Narrow Gauge.
One of oar citizens inter
vie wed Col. Yeoman last week
on the subject ot Narrow Gauge
Railroads. The great point
with the Narrow Gauge roaJ,
as' claimed,, is its cheapness.
The Col. tears we have not
money enough along this line
to bui'd a broad gauge road.
There may be something In it.4
Not that we have not money
enough along the line, but will
our people pay out the money
Tor the road? That Is the ques
tion. The Colonel, however,
insists that our oeople at Mo.
Arthur, and especially some
correspondent who have not
had an eye to anybodylFbene
Gt, but rather wrote or appear
ed to write from feelings of
spite, do not understand Dr. D.
V. Kannell'a .position in the
Railroad matter.
Col. Yeoman says Dr. E. at
all timed- insisted . on ' running
the NarrprW Guage Koad ihro'h
McAribur, becauie It was the
belter route, as he Ihnuyhtj
and because be desired to bene
fit the place.. Many ol our peo
ple had an idea the Dr. was in
i.-vor of a ' route .down Salt
Creek, past Allensville, and
have felt he was doing . our
town an . injury. It appears
tins has been a mistake. Co.
Yeoman's statements are in
accordance with what Dr.
Rannells haa told us repeated
ly, and we publish u as a mat
ter of justice to him. While we
have, published none of the
communications relered to, and
hare nothing to take back, We
are glad to do the'Dr. iustice,
and to set him right belore the
community.
i
Ts law makes it the duty oj
the village authorities and the
Township Trusteed, when the
public interests require it, to
extend the village road district
eo as to include a portion of
the roads adjacent to town
Such an extension ia now be
ins agitated, and it is believed
it is now demanded by public
interests. The work done on
the streets lor a number of
years has been in a manner
worthless a dozen or Iwo
boys scratching around ihe
streets, "putting in time," while
the roads entering the town
are all in a bad condition and
in need of vork. The town
and country would 1 alike be
benefitted by enlarging the
road district.
' Therb will be a grandanntl-'
license Mass ' Convention , at
McArthur, on Thmeday July
23d at 10 A. M. Rev. T. K.
Dissette ot the Slate Corumit
tee and other prominent speak
era- will be present. ' Every
church, Sunday school and
temperance organization in the
county in requested- to send
delegates. A .msss meeting
'ill be held in the evening on
ihe threeta. , ;
, ' By order of the State Committee.
Narrow Gauge. REV T. DISSETTE, Pres't.
Home Affairs.
' rVw wish to make our local
columns full and complete, and
to this end information is ear
neBily solicited. II you do not
wish to write an item yoursell.
ftt p into the Vffiee and give us
the facia verbally or on paper.
If you know of any little occur
rence or fact which will be oT
interest to our readers,' ' or
which shows the enterprise and
proVperiiy of our county, pl ;ase
call our attention to it., ln this
way many thinga which esoape
our notice may be chronicled.
s' Billy Siai John's pug nosed
dog, lias been the cause of an
other' battle. Jap Dillon im
posed' on i Billy, as i John
thought,, whereupon John at
tacked Jap. with lorre of arms,
etc., but A!,. ' Drake jh te, rtered
and separated the coptestantr
betore the battle had made
t . 'J J'- ..... .
much progress. . .:. u
t. t ...sa i hi .
Thi Odd Feiiows of- Ports
m on i ife 'golpi'io build
130,000 ojfe"nouBe! and hall-
"A story is current that a baK
witred man named lIBekiab
Walz was buried alive near
Hamden some two or three
weeks smoe. As the story goes
VVaJa was. supposed to have
died on the old Fox farm. In
removing his remains 'to the
graveyard the driver thought
he heard a noise in the coffin,
but was afraid the people would
not believe him, and would
poke fun at him, and said noth
ing about it until some days af
ter. The body was then
exhumed when it was found
that the grave clothes were
disarranged, the. body turned
on its side, the hands and feet,
which had been bandaged, had
been wrenched apart The
story looks a little 'fishy," but
we have been assured' of its
truth by quite a number, who
insist that it is an "o'or true
tale. ' '
Last Tuesday Paris llorton
Whs doing some scientific turn
mg o ia newel post for a bouse
at Hamden Furnace, running
the machinery at a high rate of
speed,'when the post flew out
of i lie lathe striking and break
ing the bridge of his nose. He
is still turning away .as usual,
but caring lor that nose as ten
derly as if it was the only . nose
he had. We' dropped down
there on . Wednesday after this
item, and we must say that that
nose, festooned a it is with
beautiful geometrical figures of
sticking plaster, put on In the
most highly approved .style of
scientific surgery, is the Jiand
some8t nose in the village.
Col. T. R. &TANLKV, formerly
a leading citizen ot this place,
late Colonel of the lSthOhio
Volunteers, died at Chatanoo
ga, Tennessee, J uly 8h, of par
alysis. He was buried on the
9th, in Ihe National Cemetery
at Chattanooga. Col. Stanley
served his country In several
public, positions, and was a
man of eood judgment, activity
and. enterprise, and was quite
popular among all classes at
Chattanooga, where - he has
made his home since the close
ol the war.
Tuk following are part of
Ihe officers ol the new Grange
at Wilkesville: Wm.Y Rowle,
M.ister; iliram Booth,-Over
seer; Q A Davib, Chaphinj J.
Booth, Secretary.. We did no
learn the names of the' other
officers. The Grange organized
with twenty members.
A movement is on foot to or
ganize, a Grange iu Hamden
also. ' ' - ' '
TiiBChillicoiue Board or Ed
ucatiou baa decided to dispense
with llie-'male Principals o. the
puhlio schools., lhis inuitern
Prof. John W. DowJ out of ser
vice. (lis pupils and the
eachers under his charge have
.presented him a ue solid sil
ver castor as a token of their
enteem.
:1Thb Filth Aiiiiual.Fair of the
Ross County Agricultural So
ciety will -be held at Chilli
cnthe, September 2d, 3d, and
4tb.- We have a lew c pies ol
the premium )st which we
will distribute to persons who
wif-h them and will call at this
office to. receive them.
Tnos. A. Mellor has leased
the Bau;hmau House and will
take possession the drst ol Au
gust. ' We predict Tom will be
a sucuess as a landlord; for tie
is popular, loves the good
things ot this life a .id will fab
doubt serve them op in Myle
for the benefit of iua futflts. t
Tub new' United - Brethren
Church, three j miles west of
Wilkesville, on the W.lkesviile
circuit, will be dedicated b
Bishop Weaver, of Day Ion,
Ohio, on Sunday 16ih of Au
gusL All ar invited to at
LEWIS E. SIMMONS,
Pastor in charge.
TE, N. Bahnhux bad en far re
covered from "the injuriea're?
cived last week as to be able
to'te about on crutches.
aii '
B. DBAtncia at home cm a
short visit. , He is now engaged
is ; JchieHler'h ' lif Jlhe" Xenia
p'fjsibffic; ':v:'"i'-l,,-':' "'
TA 1 VI 1 O X i :')-'
Tub Ironton Register reports
the editor of the Record armed
a - - -
with a pint bottle and a six
feet pitch fork buuting for the
big snake. That's a canard'st
We don't want to see any fif
teen feet snake until bey ire
captured and boxed or lassoed.
Frank Wells stabbed Fra
zee King, with a pocket knife,
near WilkesVille, one day last
week, making four or five-serious
wounds. A warrant was
issued for Wells, but he could
not be found. We did not
the origin of the difficulty.
There was a smash-up of two
freight trains at Moonville, on
Tuesday, by "Which eleven cars
were wrecked and a fireman
killed, whose name we did not
learn.
Mr. Sherwood says there is
entirely to much snake hunt
ing on' his farm. It has be
come an annoyance, which he
requests the public to cease.
Lost a gold pen, sliding, or
telescope holder, of gold and
obony. The finder will be suit
ably rewarded by leaving it at
this office..
Wm. BaiTghman is on his wav
hm from the West, and is
expected to arrive at Zileskl
to day. ' '
Tue Marietta Register says,
"The pyramid is growing.
Democratic counties are show
mg a feirful stray of dishonest
gains, under Godman's sciuti
ny. We had Fairfield and But
ler with their frauds of nearlv
$150 000 each. Henry, with
her 2,500 voters and her 500
Democratic majority, comes
out with a greater deficiency
still m proportion t'o lief popu
lation; and now t lie showing of
Democratic Holmes is to 4he
tune of over $23000 by the
Auditor, in the school fund
alone. Whoop 'em upt let us
have it all."
BIRTHS.
In MqArthur, Juue 8th, to Mr. and
Mi s. M. It. Barnes, a son,
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Samuel Eastman and Julia Ray.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per acn S1.75
Uoru Meal perbtfth '. 70
Corn . .00
Oats 45
Wheat .' MOiil.-JO
Brans -...1.75. 00
Fotatoed 2 00
Dried Apj-les 1.50
Dried Peaches 3.'i0
Timothy Seed per bush.... 4.00
Clover . ' .... 0 7S
Onions . .... .75
Hay ton . 12.00itt5 nn
llains. country 12U
, sinrarcureu iu
Smoked lde ;. . . .10
Shoulders 8.?10
Pickled Pork 8.i0
Kjrirs 10
uutter .. au
Ci eiae u 20
Lard 10
Tallow 08
Chickens, live . ls.i.25
Hoeklne Sttlt per bbl 2.15
Sacks . " 15ii25
Vinegar, cider .40
White Flab 7JiU
Mackerel 10
Rio Coffee . ' 30
Tea. . ..... r..l.00al25
Coffee Suiar : V2i
Yellow C " 1 1
New Orleans Molasses 80al.0O
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup . . 75H.1.00.
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow - 15a20
Soap, country per lb 6
reamers ooiwo
Hairs .u 24
iai. ir hns 7
Wool .45
Teas ; Teas ! !
ESTABLISHED 1840. .
THE ORICINAL
AMERICAN TEA CO..
XO. 43 VESST S1BEEI,
P. O. Box, 1287. Hew f ork
koBERT WELLS, Pre.ldent
PEIflELIST OP TEAS.
O01 ONG.
Black, 40, 60. 60. best 70 cU. . . . per lb.
MIXRD.
Green nd Black. 40. 60. 60s. best 70Cts.
JAPAN.
Tjncolprtid. 60.70.80, 90, best tM
lMPKHIAL;
Green. 60. 7a 80. W. best $1.10 per lb.
YOtf'O HYSON
Green, 60. 60, 70. 8a 9a 1.00 best $U5
Gma$110 beat $1-30 ...... pe'iO'
Black.Ov 7(, 80, 90. bert $1.00
per lb,
fj. M.-,Wa h.va Piytj
n. ,k v.uiMa UTS IN and I '
UTS IN and ittPKIMAUs.
apseianiy or uaraen
V.i ii iiii... Kitra rholea. SI .OU
. Our Teas ais put uu in o pouod psek.
'. ..!. ik. an I pne pnated on e h
JEaTa WAHTEB to art up rlob. to
.all our leaa to lnil'". holela, boarnliog
hoaaaa and other. Is writiaa for terms or
!"!ir5.be parttcnlarfo addieas lb.
PrdJotof WSaiSfii 8l .is
' Ho. 4S Vesey el., flow Tori
w. ara eotnpeMad to temiost ia, aa othar
yaruo kava imitato aim aams.
1 1 AC
. H. A. BIOOINS. J. H. ilEIN BIN.
HitiCsss & iici vle nr,
MA.NCFACTUEER9 OF AND DEA R8 15
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE,
Scotch Granite.
a
And all KirMa of Monnmenta and
TomlEtones.
McARTHUR, OHIO.
8aprl874
HERE NQW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3a full stock of all
kinds of
FDBNITUHB,-
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anvthirit? de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Co
.... .
hns and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w'l
hearse when desired
1M1SIS IIIIKTOA,
Comer of High and Locust Streett
McARTHUR, O.
7marl87-.
Eatara curail permananllT.
nep, niin:k, wiliiout aur
armi(. The only true an
H. O.Armlronn,
Berrien, Michigan.
82500 ToEutalprA"i,2500
COMBINATION PEOSPEOTUS.
It fullr rcprcspnin aam'pla pagta and atyle
of himli a ol 6" intrrnna and fnat calling
book" Kt hlnir aver triad by canvaftaera.
AOEKTS WANTED. You will miaa it
If you do not Henri lor illiitttt nnalar and
hliarnl irm-: or, aaodtl as for Ihe bvauliful
proapeclua (lha only oulht neeilwl,) and ae
enra territory at iina Andrea.
Vallii Pv.li.i laa Co., CiKPinaATi, O.
A LECTURE
rTO YOtTXG MEN.
Just pntillrhfd, In a Bralfd Knvelepo. Price all
null. A Lwlure on Ihe NKliire, Treatment
an ' Radical Ciire of Sperisati'rrhffia, cr. a,.niln-.
l WVaHien. liivuliiiilary KinlMluna Srxu.l
DeMllty.-atd Imieillmfiii. f Marrlnire, gener
ally ; Nervoii.ne, Cunniinipllnn, Kiiley and
File; Mental and Phyiical Inraparlty, rmiiltlr.a
I mm vellaliiiae, o lly KOII. 1. CULVk.lt
VYKLL, M. 0., An hnrufth-Oreen Buik " 4o
Tha anrld-reiiowurd anlliur, In hi. admirabla
lecture, olnrly pn.vea from hi. own experience,
that the awlnl cinM-)iience.. of self aline may
Iw eflevlually reniuved arlihoul mediciiie. and
without dnnirrc'in aurkul oppeiatlona, butiaip.,
In.triinient., ringt, or cordial., ohiting out a
oiudeol cur. at unca cerialn.fflecrtiil, by which
eiery .nfli-rer, no mat er what hi. condition
tiay b. niHV enre hlmarlf rheaply, and privately,
and radically. Tun Leciurelllpruveaboonto
Ihoinuind. and IhoiiMtid..
Sent, nndcr ae.l, In any addrm In a plain aral.d
eiivlip, vn recli.l ot ix cil, or Iwnpoiiana
lMnp... Al.o, l)r. 8lll.br.'. Rk'alEDY. FOll
PI LKS. eeiid for circular. '
Aodreas Ihe pnbllehor.,
VIMS. J. O. KI.INB CO.,
127 Bow-erv. New York. Port office B.v 4.08H.
TEA.
AG N'l S' WANTED.
TEA AOENT.- wanted in town anil country to
aeD TEA. or srMuirlub order..
lor tne lar-
gral Tea vomiiany in amern-a. inipimrra
pricea and Inrliiremaiila lo agent.. end for
i-irt ular. AddreeN, HoHhK I WELU, 4J
VeeeySt., N?V P. O Box 127
TlfCkrUiun Imon, Heniy W.rrl Beecher,
Editor, ol Oot 2AOi lai-t, aayi.; "Partifa wi.h
ing lo et up elude, and ail who can (let or
di-re for tea, ehnuM write him for a cin-ular."
TlfSne York WtiHi Tribuu. ol Sep1. 3d, eays:
cjn-ul ir "
All 'l.raimea .nouiu wme nooi. nenaiur
thorougnly.reli.ble." 3-pr
lit genii", orfept.so.i aaja: -kooi. wane ia
BABBITT'S
Pure; Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,
Ofdoalo ihe ttreajrth of any Wher
8ArOlFTIG SVDSTAKC'E.
I have recently perfeoVd a new method of
n it mil in halle. the coatinc ol hi
ark n? m Pnlseh or !. ana am now paca
n
ill
annnliv . and rioe. not In lire the aoap. 1
Car ken in bo lea containing zt ana ons id.
.ii. and in no other aaV. Dirertiona In
Knallah and Cerm.n for makitig hard and
SOU aoap Wlin inia roiafn mrnmpnn, mj
pacKaga- DiitDADDini
US IW 9 n...i..D.4 i.
S3aprl74
BTATii OF OHIO,
Insurance Department
Cosubtos, February lilji, 1S74.
. ' . -1 . .
WHEftES the New Encland Mutual Life
lunuraneeCompantJoi-aled at boaton.la
,he Utata ol MseaatBuaeUS baa Hied in this
oAV a a .worn ett,tem-ni bv the proper oftl-
cere thereof, allowing il. oundition and bjiai
aeea and haa eon plied in all oiher reapsvta.
with Ihe law. ofthi.Hiale. relating to mis in
.nrkBiui i-nn-.it.niea. orinniaed bv aol of Coo
greaa, or bv or under tha laws of nv other
biieoiinevniiiMau.it., .
ow, thereiore. In puwoance of law I
Wilbam t. Chun b, .upennteauenl of lunr.
mnrm nl Ih.MI.I. of Ohio, do br.tV "
twat Mid t'ompanjr is auihoriaen to Iranaaot
I . annronnate buMses. of Ufa Inadran.S . u
una ei. t. In a'rordanoa with law, during ihe
eorreul year. Tha condition and onai seas of
Mid company t lha data of eurh atatement
(Hecon ber Slat, 173,) I. ahoWa aa follows:
p&rregata amount of admil'ed as
eis,including lha sun otlACfll,
t3 ii id premium note, and
loan, held by lbs company o
puliuies in foma, 11,870,119 81
argrefwte anioflntof liabilitiaa. In
eluding til 101.619 utl fnr re In-suraa,-
reaervs - U,S3S,T99 It
Amooot of in. oma for las pieced
ingyarineh 1,481,875 M
Ao'ounl nf prmiom po'e of It-
soma for tha - preceding year.SOSIS 6J
amount of expenditures lor aba
preceding yasr in eah, 107,67 88
Arooontof premiorfc sole expen -diturws
forths prsoediot vosr, SS7.S10 It
(L. H.) In wiuisaa whereof, I have hereon
lo eoWarb d my as ma, sad .esaesd the seat
of my office to bo affixed Ihs nay and year
above wntWo. . I Wal. OdDHOH. ,
i , -. , l.. ' BoperiMlendeal.
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Craiea and Ennmeled Front, Ilrasn and PorcelalljL
IteltleN, Wooden Hare ot ail Kinds. Manufacturer t
1'Jn, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for wholesale, ind retail
trade. . Orders solicited from country dealer-. ' ' ,
I-SP0tTTN5, HOOFING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY: .
qrSpeoial Inducements offered to those who will bay a fall Outfif
for Housekeeping:.
Call and com pure prices before pnrchnsing elsewhere. Ifiapr
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'And Cloth, Canvaas and Pdper
Jn large stock anil 'great variety Tory
turners without extra charge.
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D. M, FERRY'S
Celebrated Flower and Garden SeTecfe.
Assorted varieties of each including everything grown in a flower r vet's takla1
garden, ' . ; , , . ,..
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Yai1
nislies and Brushes j list .
received, atSlSSON'S.
VALLEY
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Fine Material Used rn Manufacture.
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PERFECT IN TONE
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A higher recommen'datinn oC there eicellen't fnstrnin'enla eon id not c
desired than tbe numenms testimonials
given them tbe sovereat trials, Nothing
touch, while the quality is universally adrnirea. fcvery valley Uem IS not only
warranted lor Ave Tears but is guaranteed to give fentlftf
satisfaction or to be returned at rur expe-nso. -'
Send for illustrated catalogue with fnusio. ' ',
D. II. BALDWIN & CO,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs -
158 WEST FOURTH ST.i CD-CINNATL il)
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. Agent for Vinton Tonlf;
Hulbert House, McArthur Q:
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BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE:
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