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NOTICES.
p J. F. TOWbLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Jlercbarjt and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, superior stock
of Dry Good and .Notion, on termi
the most favorable. IVeptty
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEIVI1ST,
' AlcArtliur, Ohio.
' Particular attention giran to lb treatment
. Ct lbs oturml i lb.
Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton Count; will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st .nd 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
minatioDS to commence at ten o'clock,
. A..M. Satisfactory evidence of good
'moral obarneter will be required in all
fcases.: A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from eaob applicant
- M. R. BAlt.Ed CVn ) Hoard of
J. 8. HUH N, VHohuol Ex-V
"L. 0. PEKrUE, Cl'k, j . aminers.
Howard Saultary Aid Association.
CForlbe Belief and Cure of the Erring nd Un
fortiiiiateoiiPrinclple.of Chrialtao
Philanthropy. ' '
Sseays on the Errors of Youtb, sad the fol
' lies of Age, in relation to Marriage sad Social
I Krile, with eaoiiaiy sid for the afflicted
t feat free, la seeled, envelopea. Addreas,
' Howard association, bos p, Pi.:'m
phi. Ps. .
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F,
Q KOUl-AB Meetings orihls En
' . IV'smpment will herealler be
, i&S''3f '""'i" oo (he eecend and Inst
"fr" Monday .veniugs of each
swanta. Fatnanha ol oilier encampment.
. who may be visiting out own are invited to
attend. PAKlbHoRTOH.CP.,
, Juus T. Rahs, 8.
McArthur. Keb'r 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rpH E 'Chewera' Choice, it now Inking the
JL lend oi ell other Hrand.. Bright in color,
pleasant in lute, tough snd leaiing in chew,
this tobacco po.aeai.ea every quality to auit
Uhewers, sad tells by the 10 pound bucket
fully luo cheaper per pound, iIihu any other
brand of tbe tame grade and pernio leae
quality, luo bucket of this relehialed brand
havo been .old In ( fill I u olhe alone within
the laat two month., and trade atill incrva.
Ing. TryU" BCHdSKrEK KKAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agent anrl aell at lowtal Factor) Prices,
tttmar 11)711
QUE ENS WARE
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT blltET.
CIIILLICOTIIOIIIO,
I V1TE the attention of menhanli and fur
uaaeinen to lh large aloi'k of the nbor e ar
icleajiiat received, We will aell at t very
lowt.t figure, to the trade. Oidrra solicited
sod promptly attentive) o. jMiul
tijat'TliTcii is
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER
AT.TORMSY AT LAW,
RE L tSTATE AGENT
SlcArlliur, Vliilon , O.
realHusxite'
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAIN 8 IN LASTS 9
A BABE CHAMPA TO BUT A HOME
rl'HE following li.nds will be sold low oo
A. reasonable term. a. to patmenti
576 ACRES OF LAND
Putnam County, West Va,
Wlliilla 2J MlLiU Of EA1LR AD
24 Al Ilea From Mate Capital
County BoadEantlhronira Trace
FINE FARM1MU LAND WITH
PLENTY OF HON ORE.
. (.,'-. ' i
"TtTELTj watered. About 25 sere, -leared.
. Vr Quod trains boa an-1 oiil-huiliiinga.
Tiinlwr-popiar, walnut, oak, sh, hickory
and locu.L
. , Title Perfect.
The entire tract or ona-b.ll a HI be sold
VERrtOv.
. -i rrrns fair. Call sooa.
-isjiriSli ' , B.C. JON a3.
i-OrtArRE4 h3e timber land, near the
lxUMAC. R, R. The umber will more
itban j)iy for the land il put up in in market,
Title perlect, For lull description call upon
-or write to u.c. JtiNKjt.
trl VUITBIN milsrf the M.AC. R
i II K The larm onnuina Ml ai-rea
i kiriy aorea cleared, hair improve
n.eDla. a good coal bank oprnand
worktcg. eo( beat coal. Furssiccueap.
120 Acre in Harmon Township.
GOOD timber land, well watsred snd near
the railroad.,.
. Title perlevt. . .
' WiU bt sold low. ' ' 18dee
B.0.JONK8.
D-. Uavid F. Oaird'a
nyjOr'CE is hereby given that the anbeerib
'Xt er uaa been appointed and qnalifled aaad
,minislra m ou the mImm of David K. Baird,
lata of Vidioo county, deceased, and that all
pareona ileoied to aaid eataeojare r.qiiated
tto cnll sA'OOo and eetle their acconuie.
' - - J'lLIA L. IIAIKD. :
i luttA fill Sth, 1871. - "
Mm
AT iiAMDEN.
a y s r , . i i , r f V r .
HAVlNflspenedaBjtrTard tBamdeii,
war prepared to furoiah Bnck ol lb
bra. qualtt, pa ears Of in wagon at aa low
Tries, aa ma be obtained elsewhere. All or '
lera should atHte wlieUier kr OiuWiitjj, pay.
Injr, or chiDidev t.ri. . Ad. i.k ... '
Uamdeo, heeu'a kills P..O.. Viutva is., 9.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offiolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
LOCAL MATTERS. A WHIRL WIND OF BARGAINS
Reductions That Are Reductions.
THE ORIGINAL CASH STORE
—OF—
—OF— D. WILL & BROS.'
A Glorious Opportunity for the People
to obtain Special Bargains
in Dress Goods, Boots and
Shoes, &c., &c., &c, &c.
Closing out Preparatory to an
Early Fall Purchase.
D. WILL & BROS.
Mua Maby Oi.llakd, aa old
lady seventy five years of age,
raotber-in-lriw of Alvin fll allur
ing, was killed at Richland
Furnace, last Sunday by the
express train going west. She
with a number ol perhons were
standing on the piriform when
fhe train,, w Inst led for ihe tun
nel. About the time it got
through the tunnel one of the
number crossed the track; Mr.
(Jollard attempted to follow,
The bell was ringing, and the
tram io full view when he
started, and the engineer
sounded the whistle immedi
ately, but she was too slow, or
became cnnu,ed, and wai
struck and killed instantly. A
Coroner's jury was impanneled
and iuund a verdict io accord
ance with the (acts above set
forth.
uUAWKKYK"tTo8en't send any
Duffle and his communication
is not accepted "ObnerverV
would have appeared last week,
but it Was written nn both
sides ol the piper. We con
sider it neceesary to use but
one side ol the paper in pre
paring our own copy lor the
printers. The necessity is in
creased when il comes to cor
respondence w hich requires re
nsion at our hands before i:
Mjipt'ars.
Miller, 0 1 the Athens Jour
nal, made us a call lust Tues
day. Ile'claims to have bro't
the splendid rain of Monday
Hiid Tuesday. If he can dem
onstrate that fact to cur pen
p!e be will nevr tail to be
remembered by tlieui iu their
ptayers.
CmcAQi has had another
.real fire. The loss this time
was from four to six million
dollars.
Mr Fditor Allow me to
make a correction or two in
my last article on the wine
question.
In speaking of the polygamy
of the patriarchs and of bolo
mon 1 used the words "sanc
tion" when 1 meant to s,ayuper
mission " I do not wish to have
it go uncorrected that tiod ev
er sanctioned" polygamy. Ir.
deed 1 ha word is too good a one
19 be used in crnneclcon with
either polygamy, slavery or the
use of wine. Let me withdraw
it then Irom the article, and
where it occurs substitute '-permission"
or "permitted." V'uu
will read then, athe wine per
niilted,""The Jews held n'aes
under the permission of God,"
'The patriarchs had polygainv
under the permission of, Uod."
In the case of Solomon I do
not, know (hat we can say that
polygamy wan even permitted,
though I do not read that it
was condemned; while the fact
that his wives were strange
women of the nations, with
fthotn God bad commanded the
Jews not to intermarry was
mentioned with , .disapproba.
lion, and assigned as the cause
ot Lis heart being turned away
alter. other Uods iir hid old age.
Il is best, perhaps, to drop the
case of Solomon from our list
and mention j'only the cases ol
the patriarchs ' Abraham and
Jacob which were permitted
without, a word of disapproba
lion. These corrections how.
ever, majat'p'o change fn, th
UgWKU,,drr' h P. jJopssjjjy, .
From Zaleski.
From Zaleski. ZALESKI O, July 18th, 1874.
To the Editor of the Record: 1
As you don't seem 10 say any
thing in your columns ' about
our little town very often, I
thought I would' write and let
you know we are still on the
land, if it is a dry land lor the
want of 1 rain I .mean. Our
crops are like they are in the
reil of ihe county wheat good,
oats and grass light, Mr. Dan
Will of your place having the
best grass I have seen, which
he is getting up in good ordei.
Din. understands farming as
well as the dry goods business
for which he is'so well fitted.
Our pastures are almost dried
up. Cjrn will be light. The
Zileski Company is getting
their hay up in good Old r un
der the supervision of O. W,
Wilson, giving employment to
several hands; there are plenty
of men willing to work if they
caiyret it. The hands in the
car"' shops Are still working six
hours time as they call it.
Mr. U. Rohertson and U. Gas
kill have started out with their
tlireBhing machine and are do
ing good woik. It is a new ma
chine. I would advise all to
try them that can, as they are
well mounie 1 and do their work
quick and good, which is a good
item in the way of horse feed,
mutton, chickens, etc. New
potatoes will not hurt tbem
this year, nor give them any
unnecessary trouble ot eating.
They can eat them like tbe boy
ate the pills:, by not biting
them at all.
The steam grist mill ander
the management of F.C Sands,
is doing good work: tor our
larms and the public in genera).
Frank is a clever toy, but small.
I think he will still do betUr
as he grows larger.
' Our sporting men are having
a good time in view for the 25ih
ol this monih at tbe raoe course
near the M. & C. R R shops,
at winch time the muscles of
fast Iiories will be tried, and
likely soun money change
hands among llior-e that like
that kind ol tun.
The labtest time w e have had
on the tracriwas made tlii
evening, by a horse 'Lel'ngin
to Mr. 'Hull ol Hope Station,
Mr. Hull was driving through
our town in a cue horse wagon
His h(se became frightened
and ran away throwing him out
and burl i n a; him consiilerallx.
The wagon came apart, and the
two Iron? wheels still being at
tached to (lie horse, he took Ihe
track near the Zleski Compa
ny's office. This track (hat I
speak ol, is not the track man
aged by F. C. Sands and others,
but by Mr. R Thompson for the
purpose ol running coal care
irom a con I bank one mile back
irom the M. & V. R. R. to lh.
main line. Just think ot a
horse ttikinir down, an inclined
track,-with the fore wheel of a
wagon to. him, at lightnine
speed. He kept the track well
lor a new beginner at the
trade, and struck the platform
running on what is called the
lip, jumping a chasm ol ten eel
in the platform, the' wheel'
dropping down 'and ibrowina
the horse on fhe piatform at the
east end of the tip. Four fee
further would have made a tip
of him which would have been
forty feet perpendicular. Jusf
think of a horse floundering
about on a platform -at an alti
tude of fortv feet in the air. A
crowd-of. men soon gathered
and got the animal ofi without
much damage except some cuts
A.
A Ci'W belonging to Wm.
Gold was killed at Vinton
Station one dav last week.
DIED.
At his residence, BoleiT Mills, Ju
ly JJdr 1874, Aukild, A. Flobkmcb.
aged 44 J ears, 11 months. Bis last
Illness was lotiff. wtcli much suffering
yet endured- with great patience, and
at tits request prayer and' songs' of
praise were to him a source of great
delight. His remain , were taken to
McArthur for tiiLerinent, July 8th.
where many frleotls had gathered to
drop the tear of affection and sympa
thy , with the bereaved family.' He
leaves "a"wlfe and' live 'children to
mourn hb absence from the circle.
, . n , -. , . - r ' i
v AdTerttseamts iasertetl fair frleesj
Transfers of Real Estate.
Zaleski Company-to Patrick
Thynne,4 acres, Madison town
ship, $250.
Wm. J. Ueuipbill to Marga
ret Barnhill, quit claim to 80
acres, Richland township, $425.
Nelson Richmond by Audi
tor to Rebecca Silts, mineral
right on lands in Clinton town
ship, $16 80.
Wm. O. Cline to John Lovis,
2 acres, Wilkesville township,
$300.
Elisha B. Greene to Wm. S.
Williams, Trustee in trust, for
Buckeye Furnace Company,
36 acres', Wilkesville township,
$739 1 0.
Michael McClory, to same 148
acres ' Wilkesville township,
$2,500.
Pitnck UlJckinto Thos. T.
Jui e Trustee in v trust, 10G
acres, tVilkebVille township,
$2120.
John Alltosfl by Auditor, to
Jis. W. Bell, 47 acres, Harrison
township, $5.47.
Chas. J. Hess to E. it. Moore
& J M. Welch, 640 acres, sec
tion 7, Brown township, $90,
000. Jacob White to" Harrison
Fedigo, 80 ."teres Brown town
ship, $1,800. '
E. H. Moore & J. M. Welch
to Lucius B. Coe, 500 acre?,
Brown township,. $15,000.
Chas F. Herreshoff to Math
ew Jack, 40 acres, Madision
township, $240.
Chas. J. Hees to E. H. Moore
& J. M. Welch, 648 acres in
Brown and Knox townships,
and other lands in Athens Co.,
$50,000.
Catharine Catlin to Sanford
B. Ullom, north half of in-lot
No. 104, McArthur, $100.
Sarah E. Evans et al, to John
Stewart, in lot No. 41, Uam
den, $1,000.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John J. Edgarson and Martha J.
Wilson. "
BIRTHS.
In McArthur, om the 18th Inst., to Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Peacock, a son.
Ia McArthur. on the 18th Inst., to
Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Brntiton. a jpoh.
Ix Richland townnhlp, July 20, to
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nixon; a daugh
ter. '
McArthur Market.
flour, 'peV hck. 81.Z5
uoru aic.al per SitlsU 70
Corn ..-j . -52
QH(g - 4S
Wheat".'.'. .. '. .J.lOal.iu
Iteans :.. V752P
Potatoes 2.10
Dried Apples 1.80
Dried Peaches 3.'"3
Timothy Seed pertiish.... 4.00
(Inver " 675
Onions " " .... .78
May tnn' .. ...... .12.00a(5ui
llama. country ..f... .12)
suirarcurcd ' . .1
Smoked idea . .10
Shoulders 8.10
Pickled Pork '. 8.i0
EW 10
Butter .. 20
tiefae " 20
.Lard 10
Tallow .08
Chickens,' live 15a.25
(locking rfalt per bbl.. ....... . 2-15
Sucks " 18a25
Vinejrar. cider 40
White Fish , 7J)0
Mackerel .. .10
Kio Coffee . 30
Tea . . .; 1.00al.25
Coffee Suirar...: 12H
I enow kj " 11
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1.00
Sorjrhum " ....... 4n50
Syrup , 78a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb -25
Tallow - .;. :, 16a20
Soap, country per lb 8a6
Keathers . .. , ...... 66n76
Hairs . 2)4
'OKI. i?r bus J!-
Wool 1 lb .45
Teas .' Teas!!
'; ' ESTABLISHED 1840. .
THE ORICINAU
AMERICAN TEA CO,
' JV0.43 VESET BJBSE1,
P. O. Box, 1287.
New York
HUBERT WELLS, President.
pei0e list of teas.
OOI-.OnG.
Black, 40, 60. 60. best 70 cts. . : . per lb,
MIXKD.
Green and Black. 40, 80. 60. best 70ctB,
JAPAN.
TJncolored, 60, 70, 80, 90, best tl-00.
lAfPKHTAL.
Green. 60. 70. 80, 90. best $1.10 per lb.
Green, 60, 80, 70. 80. 90. 1.00 best $1.05
n T T tnI PO WD TCR
neii. tl 10 best Sl.30.Jl . . . . per lb.
hnelish Hrfokiatst
Black.m 70, 80, 90, beat tl.00. per lb.
u H - We hv speciality of Garden
Growth' VOUNO HTBN and IMPKBIAL.s
ln, .ndtMW)N, Extra ohoioe. II .tw. .
. Oar Teas aieputnp is one ouod pack,
.oe.. with the kind an I price printed on ea. h
gA WAHTEB to net up iluha to
a. II our leaa to laniiliea, hotele, boanling
ho uaea snd others. Irr writing lor Senna or
SenZs orders, be particular to sddieas lb
PrW,dent of th. JiKLlA
: j a ,u Ko.43ViBt.. eVorkt
We are coinpetted ti r.aueat Itrs, as olhsr
paroes biutl4 3-.:s
H. A. H IOJ INS. J. H. MEIM XIN.
uitiGsfis ueifLG ar,
viNCPACTURZaa or and dea bs in
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE,
' Scotch Granite!
And all Kinds of Konnmenti and
Tomlitones,
McARTHTJR, OHIO.
SaprlOTl
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
kinds of
FDRNITUIIE,
suited to this market,
I will manufacture
to order anvthiner de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w'M
hearse when desirctJ.
P llUS IIORTOIV,
Corner of High and Loonst StreeU
McARTHUR, O.
TmarHr.
Ratersourerl permaneally,
"heap, qiiick. witnout auf
erini(. The only true an
idote. H. fl.ArmatronK.
XIA M. 1)., Berrien, Michigun.
flbor AAA YEAR made
,thS2500
HJp-OUU our hplendid
COMBINATIOIf PEOSPEGTUS.
It fully repp-snnta aampls pases anil atyle
of lolli K ol M interratins and faal aellinK
bonka l-.pal ihini ever tried tir eanvaaaera.
AOEXTS1 WANTED. You will mM it
ll ymi 0)i not aenil tu Hliiatmied pnater and
lilieral Ternia: or, aendfl S4 for Ihe beautiful
proapeotua (ih only outhl needed,) and is
curs territory at lines Addreaa
VilLIt PUSUS, laS CU., ClNOINMATI, O.
r, A LECTURE
At,
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jnit pnbliehrd, In s Scaled Knvelepo. Trice ill
raula. A Lecture on Ihe Nature, Treatment
an 1 Radical Cur of Spermati'rrhaia, or BVmln
al Wrai. ileal, Iiiviilnulary Kiutuion., eViual
Dahllity, aid Impedluiriita tii Harrlaxe, genar
al'y ( Nvrv'oiiiinetM, Gunnuniptlnn, Epitope? and
riti; H.nlal and Phyaical Incapacity, mnlllnK
liom Klf ahtiae, Ac By KOB. J. CULVfcU
WIXL, M. D., An hor ur th--'Oreen Bu,k " 4o
The aorld-rennwnad nut her, la 'hi. admirable
?cturc, clearly pruvp from hi own eiperience
that l!:? swhil oonarqnenoe. of aalf al me may
enrctlially remuved without uiedlcltie. and
wilhou: danjerom sur'lcal oppe.atlun.. bmiglfe,
rn.lrumcnt., ringi, or esnllsb P';"l f ?
mudr 01 cure at ooe cerialn, vrTecmil, uy -e.ery
auflerer, no ,2i sr what his condition
may be. mav enre hlnnelU'.sapl, and prlvatr ly,
and radically. This LinreJliproeatKnto
thouaauite and thouiaiidi.
Sent, nnder aeal, Ui any addraaa In a plain sraled
envelope, un reoilpt of ll cnt, or two uoataite
alampa. AIm, Dr. Slllibre's BKMDi FOB
PI LK8. rend fur circular.
AudraM lh pnhllahore,
Oil Ml. J. C. Kl.TNB A CO.,
127 Bovrerv. Ke Turk. Hoat Office Box 4.6S8.
TEA. AO N'l WANTED.
TEA AOENT: wanted in town and country (o
aell TEA, or get up Hub order., for thclar
geat Tea Company in America. Importer.'
priuea and incliicements to agent, hend for
i ncular. Addreaa, ROllKB I WELIJ, 4
Veaeym., N. V P. O Boi 12H7
TktChruiitin Vuum, Henty Ward Bwher,
Editor, ol Dot. 26th lat, saya; "Partifs wish
log IO get up rlubs, and ail who can get or
ders for tea, ahould write him foi a cirvufar."
Tht A'ew York Wall) Tribnu. ol Sep-. 3d, rays:
All 'Urangea' should write Knot. Well, lor
rirvunr "
tkt Seht. of Kept. JO., ssys: "Robt. Well I.
thorougnly reliable." . S3,ipr
B. Ta 'BABBITT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash,
OR LYE,
. i
Of double the stresgth of any olhsr
SAPOIMFYIXG SUBSTANCE.
f hTe recently perfected a near method of
f acking my Puth nr Lve.and am now paca
ng it only in balla.the coating of huhill
aponllt, and doea oi Injure the soap. It is
Racked in bosea conlaibing 4t and 4 one lb.
all, and id no other way. lurection. in
Vngllab and Cerni.n for making hard and
soli enap with thi. Pntaah acenmpant eao
pacs.g. B. T. BABBITT,
64 ta 84 Waehington St., N. Y.
S3nprlS74
STATil CP OHIO,
'"' 1
Insturance Department
- Conoamis, Fsbrosrjr Uth, 174.
WBERE8 the New England Mutual Life
Inaurance Company located at Bo.lon, ia
he State ol Mansachuartt, has Died in this
ortke .worb etntenit-nt bj the proper offl
cere iheraor. ahowlns its ouudition and busi-
bea and baa eon plied in all uihrr reapects.
with the laws or ihia mate, relating to uie in.
aurance doicoaniea, onmniSed by act of Con.
greaa, or by or under lha laws of SDV other
btaie ol we unitea Mates. -
Now, therefore, In purrnaoea of law. I,
William F. Church, superintendent of lu.ar
ance ol the Blale of Ohio, do hereby eeriiiy.
that aaid I'ompanT ia authorised to transsot
I appropriate bumaes. of life Insuranc e in
inia etHte in a-ooraaooe wnn law, aurini tne
corrent year. The condition and onai ness of
aaid company at the data of eurn atatement
(Deuen.beraiat, 1(173,1 1 ahown aa follow.: . '
"Sxregate amount or adn.itM-d aa
, heia,iotludlng the aum ol f t,2M,.
m premium sole nod '
Inana hflH ha the eoBiuini on
policiee in IbriW) ll,8T04l H
Afnrerateaniotnilnf liabilitlea.ln. .
eluding fll. 101.61 uu fr re In '-' '
.urance reaerys 1I2,7M 1
Amount of in. ome for th pieced -.
tag J ar inoaah 1,481,875 M
Amount of pri'miotn no'e of In- --
come for th preceding year 0 jlj SS
Amount of expenditure, lor the
preceding year in caah, ' i,7,T Si
Amount of premium note expend
. diturca for the preeeritaf fear. M7.S1S tt
(L. 8.) In witnea whereof, I hay hereon
to aubaerib- d my name', and cauaed the seal
pf my offlceto, bs aftieil Ihe nav and year
above wnwes. yr js. unurti;ti, -
.'.c..: . ' '. ;' Hupsnutendebti
osT. Bar,attle4rthur9 ,
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Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, to'ol
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
im Fniibii Gools
Of ever
Grate and Enameled Front. Drasa and Porceaa.w
Heine. Wooden Ware ol all Kind!,. Manufactuser or
Tin, topper and heet Iron ware, both for wholasal aod' AUU
trade. Order solicited from country dealer. ' ' '
S"SP0UTT5O, ROOFING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY.
atjrSpecial Induoements offered to those who will buy.a full Otitiit
for Houseiteeping. '., 1 - .
Call and ootupure prices before purclmsine el wher. -IfiafT'
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And Cloth, Caovaas and Papdr
In Inrga stock add great variety very
tomers without extra charge.
SEEDS:
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D, .M. FERRY ;
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seeds ,
Assortjd varieties of each Including everytliiog grown in a flower or rcj b! i
garden. ; ; .
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Paints, Oils, White Leafl, Vtti -nishes
and Brushes just :
received, atSlSSONV ',
VALLEY
THOROUGH WOROIANSHij'
BEAUT
Pine Material Used
PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTETJCTlOi
GREATEST DURABILITY
THE LOWEST PRICE .
A hicher recommendntion of these
desired than tbo numerous testimnniulg
given them the eeverent trinl. ' Nothing
toueh, while the qunlily is universally admirea. Uvery Valley Ueta i notut ,lr
warranted lor Ave years but is guaranteed to give tall re
aallalacl Ion or to lie returned at our expense. ' , , ,r.
tieod for illustrated catalogue with rausio.
D. II. PA LDWIN & CO., -v
; Dealers in Pianos and 'Orgaisj'" ')
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0.,
J. . II U LICK, ' '
A Rtiit for Vinton Coiity .
' ; Hulhert House, McArthot ...q.
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25 PER CENT
t)n all Styles
WE'OFFEE KOKK BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE i tit tEC
1TERY m WARRANTD5YEARS j
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from tliose who have used them a' ml
can be superior to their liIit, drrt to
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