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J. K. TUVVtLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
Z offer . to the (ercbaoU tod Furaooe
meu or Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Quods and Notions, on termi
the moet favorable. , laeptiy
5: U.S.&6wERS,
; , McArtUur, Ohio. .
.1 Psrttoular attention given to Ihe treatment
of the natural tMlh. - ,
Notice to Teachers.
v THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County ,-will, meet at the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
t ;tljQ;iV tod 3rd ftiturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the lit Saturday in
w- a a .
January, neoruary, judo, jiuiy, au
guel and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
jrAl Satisfactory evidence of good
t, Woral cbaraoter will be required la all
bases; A fee of 50 oenta it required
f'by law from eaoh applicant -
'i-.i' M.R. BARNES Cb'n ) Board of
- J N HIIHM -V8nh..nl R
Y 'A:P.fKHfUg, grk,i ; amineri
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
. Hull. i-i:lv:;
'For (be Relief and Cure ot the Erring Un
. r.fortuuateonPrlaotplesof Christian (,
PhitanttirtM. - ,4 ,
V. :'! on the Errore of Yoqlh, nd"tn foN
I Hie of Age, in relation to, Marriage and gonial
'Evile' lrfth aanjtsiy aid for 'the afflicted
"Mot tree, in aeaiod envelopes, anurous,
"HOWARD AS8W0UTI0N, BoxP, Pt.:'ael
j, phia.Pa. ,; ,., i .; . ,- i
i' i
ri
!MARtHR ENCAMPMENT
!'..
nil i
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
.' TkEUULAR Meeting ofthUKo
T.licn)pment will hereafter be
lipid on the eecond and last
Meaday ovevinaa of each
., ttnsnth. Patriarchs ol stlier envainpmeui
...who mar Do flailing out wn are mvueu to
-aiieoa. rMeauitiuUr
Juh T. Hares, 8.
McArthur, Peb'y 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
aHB'Chfwt-re1 choice, Is now inking the
. lead oi all other hranda. Brmht in culor.
"pleasant In lale. tough and laatine; in chew,
thie tobacco poaaaanea ever quality to auit
cnewers, and sella by the 10 pound bucket
: fully luo cheaper per pound, lhau any other
. ur.aa 01 in. same arane ana urniite lees
quality. 1U0 buckets of line celebrated brand
have been sold In t:hillicoilie alone within
' ithela.tlwo month., anil trails i-till ma-rea.
log. "Try II" BCHJiKfKK KKAMKK
ChillieothM, Ohio, are the Munufacturera'
, -agent anil .ell at lowtal Kavturt i'ncee.
Ulnar 1b7
QUKtCN jSVVARE
WYE &MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
- 67 PAINT blliET.
JIIlLLJCOTIIAOIUO,
InVITE tho attenlioa of merchants and nir
iiaoemea to III" large atoi k ol the above ar
luleajuM reiteived. We will .ll at t .e very
lowcet Biiire to the trade. Urdere solii-iird
and promptly attended o. a4,ul
' TUAT vTliTcU IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH AWERTISIN6.-
PRINT AND PEOSPER
ATTORN t. V A'l LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT
' BlcArtliur, Vluton Ca.O.
-Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS If? IAKD3
A BABE OHAMOxiTO BUT A HOME
rHB (fillowing li.ml. will be sold low on
. Ariaaonable term. aa tojatmenli
576 ACRES OF LAND
utnain ! County, West Va.
XlillXi2eAlliu.b0i'&AlLi Aii
i4MUei From Mate Capital
.'oontj Boad Buns 'Ihroutfh Trace
PINE FARMINti LAND WITH
PLENTY OF I80N ORE,
' nj ELL watered. About 15 sere, lenreil.
If buud mine hnun .n 1 out hu lining.
. imiivr-pnpiar, walnut, eak, ah, hickory
nd locuat.
Title Perfeot.
The entire I mot or one-hull will be sold
EKr !...
I erma lair. Call ooo.
taprlH74 H. C. JOtl tS.
IOAACRE4 of has limber land, near the
IZUm aU. K. K. The- timt-er will more
than pay for the land II put up in the market,
Title perleot. for lull description cull upon
or write to H.C. JtiNK.1.
ITTlTfllll Smile cf lh H.1C.R
lain
lll!Iloriv acree cleared, rair imnrove-
i IV i ne larm conwina euac
nieDt. A good coal bank open and
. storking. i feet beat coaL Fur sais cheap.
120 Aorei la Harrison Township.
f"lOOO limber land, well watered and near
the railroad
.Title perlevl.
Will bt sold low.
ltdee
B.C. JONta.
V. David F.Oalrd's
1 l -Jlatc. .;
, ' .
NOTICE is hereby given that the subscrib
er baa been appointed and qua lined as ad
niniatra nx on theeatala ol Lvid Y. Baird,
late of Vintoa county, deveaaed, and that all
peraona indented to an id exiale are n-quated
to call at ouce and settle their aocounia.
i' JULUL. HAIKU.
Jiated fair 6th, 1174.
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, awMt le MMeaHra,Tis Gsooasewiu; or
' IHJiAUTHOKlTAliVB HlStUKY-
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By J. rariaiii, euitor Wenern kural, i :.H-ago.
Complete and reliable. Writu p m Jtmrj,
171 oriaiaal porlraita; lw other eugra
einga. aarj'bia great work is Jew to frict aad
eaLuaj s tteMaaaa. ror terms, temtur), eu
ddreea fc. Ak NUAK"KU CO., Publishers,
ITT W. 4th st, CiMionati.
04 UTIOM. Inferior works, awre ampilaHom,
are being pn.bed. lie sot te impoaed on.
Mr. Pemana's work la lull, auWatire, and
salarsiS by HaTeat leaders. Jitm ftW la,
THE VINTON RECORD
L Official Organ of Vinton Contity.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALli.
The Viitom Rboord newepaper and
job office is for sale 4 a bargain to a
cush buyer. Apply to br address
JOHN T. KAPER, MoArthur, 0.
Sweet roTAXuKS bave come.
Barret Hock returned Irom
Missouri laat Wednesday.
Db. Job. DoDDttiDQE will leave
for hfamilion, Mo., abodVthe
20th of ibis moath. I
-
I 1
Mr. and MrI. Wk. Gold con-
.
(empUte making a yibil to St
dalia, Mo, .Next week". '
Eld: W. a Tuoms'jm, f Nel
HOnville, : will preach at the
CiiriBtiaq churoh next Suiiday,
uioruiug and eveniuflf.
'Thk -Jicksou SinnflaroJ savs.
Uarvey Wtfif and Misi Dide
M. undy.'jroungest daughter
of lion. II S Bundy, were mar
ried aooiie two mofjlhs ago;
. . . .ri 1 1 if
At-the racadti Z leski, last
Saturday; Johnny Bdker, owned
by John Uvgglii8, and the Tur
ner uiare, won the first race;
the liadcliff, owned by S. Bhip
iey, the second;: the Johnny
Baker won the third.
Thk McArihur Y. M. CJ. A.
will hold a meeting at the M.
E. Church, on Monday evening
next, to consider Hume propos
ed changes in their organiza
tion. Ail membsrs are re
queued, and Ihe public gener
ally are invited to be present.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the post ffice
at McArihur, Sepl. lt, 1874:
Mary Ann Jones Elizabeth
Keliey, Charles Mntin, Mar
tret Fhilby, Ellen King, Susan
Quinn, Mary Winder.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Jkuiel A. Felton has just ar
rived in m the city where he
has been providing hi line 1 1 in
supply his iiu,meniU8 u?lcm
ern, and the' puUie generally
iih a new q'nij' splendid stoci.
of goods lor'i jhe' enhuing' fall
ni winier. The goods an
now urriving, and in order tn
Ke' a good pick, folks lud bet
lerrush up and see them.
Tub following id a lint of let-
er remaining in the poHioffl.-e
tl Z.leski, Sept. 1st, 1874:
. K.ibeii MicxIer.Elisha Tew
ell, Willitm Kose, William
Feiiei,'Johu Fer , Mattie Grim.
Maggie McMahou, Come Ueii
liricksv John Uuichius, Steven
Ci.ff, lienry Tediow, Delu.
oeurlus, Blitnclyt Wilson.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
At At hens alter tt e close t f
ohu liobiiiatui's circus last
Thursday night, J. W. McWhor-'
ler, whose, family lives at Z
losKi, was shot and iiutanih
Killed by a young man named
Wilson, who resides at Nelson-
ville, in that county. Tlieia-
ues were eniire BirangerH, ami
t he murder wholly without
provocation. Wilson was drunk
at the time. .
Tub Porst mouth Times eay
of the delegates to the Con-
uressional Convention which
nominated Mr. Bundy tliat4,lhe
delegates, dispersed withou'
ilisplaying the slightest enthu-
ni-tm." That 13 to say the dele
gates behaved decently, trans
acted their business and went
quietly home without, getting
diunk and "raising Cain." Ve
are glad to record this com
meudation ot the convention
irom our Democratic cotem
porary.
Evan Wixuahs, Wm. Arthur
and ifavid Thomas were drunk
and disorderly on an pxcursinn
train taking passengers from
John Kobiusou's circus last
Wednesday. They attacked
Arthur Blankinhip a . passeu
ger who was attending to hi
own business and wa accom
panied by his wile, when he
turned upon tbeui culling each
one severely am' Williams
probably fatally.1 Blankinship
acted in nell-defense and was
hot arrested,. T "' 1 .r7'!'.r ; ':1
AaarawflaWtf4
. . .ii !i j I,:;- ? at
Burglaries.
McArthur was visited last
Monday night by burglars,
Four dwellings were entered
The honsr of ). P Ward was
entered from the kitchen win
dow in the back part of the
bouse, Irom there the burglars
got into the sleeping room ot
Mr. Ward, and alter a thorough
etploratiou o( that part of the
honse. and'examlng the pockets
of Mr. Ward's clothes found
nothing but a piece of "Bright
Navy,, but the perpetrators
not using that kind of tobacco,
declined to appropriate it. The
house of John S. Lla wk was Vis
ited but nothing taken. The
residence 61H: A. Martin was
entered and a gold watch and
about five dollars in money be
longing to. Cliarles, son of Mr,
Martin, taken. The residence
oi j.. a, t? el ton was gone into
irom a back window and . Mr.
Felton'B silverwatch'and about
(wenjUiye" dollars In money
taken out of Mr.''s. clothes.
No other places were visited,
It can cot be surmised whether
there was more than one iudi
vidua! engaged in" these burgla
ries or.not. The footprints of
one were noticed at the1 resi
dence ot MrJ Martin. '
Mr. Felton obtained a war
rant on Tuesday morning and
went in search of the thief or
thieve?, and on Tuesday alter
noon brought to town a man
of suspicious appearance, wh'o
was questioned and put in jail
a short time, but it being the
general opinion that he was
not the one sought for, he was
allowed to go. The perpetra
ttrs of these burglaries are sup
posed to be followers alter
John Robinson's show.
Uamden was visited on
Sunday night, but, we uuder
stand, nothing of value was ta
ken. .
Chilliccthe was visited but
nothing obtained. AtJacksoi-1
hey went into the residence ol
Alanson Riibbii)8 and stole bin
watch and a loaf ol bread and
aome butter. They also enter
ed R. E Colvin's residence and
took his watch and some seven
loihirs in money. 1
Other places will probably
ot visited in this neighborhood,
and it behooves the people to
be on the alert.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Nicholas Atliuan.et al to
Samuel J. Jtflreys tt al, 135
acres, Vi n ion township, $2,500
Elizabeth Ailmau to Samjei
I Jtflreys tt al, dower iu sauie
auda, $60.
E(jhraiin Rolbins et al to R.
M. Steel, ln-lol 126, E. Rob
bius' Addition to Haniden,
til 25.
U. M. Sieel to Robert Spang-
k uberg, s..me lot, $U00.
R.W. L inner, AUtn'r to Ihos.
U BrooKB, 83 acres, Kuox tp.,
500.
Titos.' D. Brooks to Wm. J.
Brooks, G'i acres, Kuux ip,
$500.
Win. J. Brooks to Herbert
Beckle), oauie laud, $700.
lutis. JJ. Bruuks to Lucy
iirouk,2U acres, KuoX tp ,20t.
C 1. Uerreslioll to Ja. 4c
Ueo. Aikiubou, 80 acres, Matli
sou I p., $480.
V. A. Zimmerman to J. L.
DeVau.l & Noah Hawk, qu.t
claim, acres, Wilkesville
ip,$200
Juo. T. Raper to Nicholas
Uigins, iu lots 107 and 108,
-Uc Arthur, 11.115.
At the last election of the
McArihur Ladies Temperar.ce
League, the following officers
were elected lor the ensuing
term lor six mouths;
President, Mrs. Prescil.a
Payne; Vice Presidents, .Mrs.
Isabell Perdue, Mrs. Lydia A.
Brown, Airs. Sallie - Barnes;
Secretary, Mrs. Laura Woolen;
Assistant Secretary! Mrs. E. L.
Baird; Treasurer,. Mrs. L ' M
Rannells; Chorister,' , Ualtie
Holland; Assistant Choristers,
Miss Martha Cornwell,' Mary
Cornwell and Annie Paint-;
Leaders, Mrs. Sarah Ambr sc,
Mrs. Isaac Reynolds, Mrs. Case;
Executive Commute, Mrs-. Sa
rah Sisbou, Mrs. Ann Cornwell,
Mrs.-Mary Pierce, MrsvN. E
Johnson,' and Mrs.1 'Jane Pow'd,
McArthur Market.
riour. per aarw ilbq
wins tieaj per OUIO. , , .70
wrn ,7........ 75
OaU , j
"eas l.OOallo
' 17Ri00
PoutoM 75($1 00
Dried Apples , . 1.30
unea reaches ., s.to
iimotnyueea per bush.... 4.00
t lover - .... 8.75
unions .... 1.50
Hay Wton . 15.0Oa2OOO
Hams, country ; .12U
' - suirar cured... . .18
Smoked (tides 12W
Shoulders 12U
Pickled Pork 8.10
Jfjfm J0
Butter ik
item ." ....V..... .20
Lard i
Tallow .08
Clttckens, live. .....,.. ....... 15a.?5
llockiotc dalt per bbl 111
Sacks ... '....;.. 15,25
Vinegar, elder .30
White Fish.. 7jso
Mackerel ..i. .10
Rio Coffee ' 9
Tea. .. 1.00al.25
Coffee Sugar..,,.. i
Yellow, c 1 i ; J. . ..... .l .. : '
New Orleans Molasses
80nt. 00
norghum ...
.40&0
75a.l.00
syrup
Star I'amltea. iu. lh
.25
Tallowj.i l... c.vu.......;.15a20
Soap.couatry per lb 66
V v. .a. . . . . .
Feathers .
65
Ram
i:nni. peir but.
Wool p-.
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MARRIED.
aXONEHTKEETi LE.MENTS. -
At the Central House, In Columbus.
by tl.e lie?. Mr. Tart, Mr. Bichard
STONMTasrr, of Columbus, to Miss
Rachel B.'Cxitcirrs.of afoArtbur,
Viuion County. Ohio. No cardb.
DIED.
At her late residence In Vinton
county, Jackson township, on the 25th
August Mrs. fctarah.J. Anderson, wife
ol Thomas Anderson. She leaves a
family of Ave little children to mourn
the 1"S of a ktnd mother.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Thomas Appleman and Clementina
Amanda Klnnev.
Anderson P. Gibson and Clemen
tine Bowen.
George W. Harper and battle J
Duster.
Lafayette Wolie and Harriet L.
Pofflnberger.
John L. Wolf and Aclnath living,
John Drlseoll and Kate Elizabeth
flennesey.
William Jackson and Susannah
Taylor.
Bnzil D. James aud Elizabeth Part-
lett.
William AtwooJ and Marr Jane
Leloer.
Josenh C. aicGilllvrar and Alice L.
iniioit.
Simond's, Photographer, t'hillicuthe
gives onrelul attention to musing oup
les ol other p:oiures. riotures may be
nitide as lariie as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and. made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures coiced in the best
styles in oil, water colors, ..-.Ton, pas
tel or luK, at rates H) sun all oiromin
tnrioea , - '
Uuurdiait'a Setlleiueut.
Probate Court. Vinton Couify, Ohio,
XOTICE is herebj given that William F.
Felton. aa (iiariliHi- of Charles St. onjr.
micor child of Jarril fttronu. deceased, ha.
hied herein hi. account vilh said minor lor A
nal aettlement, and that the same ia set mr
learins on Ihe Bib dav of ftentemher. neit.
(A. L. IST4) at S O'l'lul-K, A. HI.
n B. vj a iu, rroDote Judge. .
Auffust U.1H74. 4t
SKEEIFFS SALE.
Slate of Ohio, 9Hnlon Co.,
Bennett M. Clark, plaintiff,
Against
Cornelius Karns, et al, defend in ta.
In Vinton County Couit of Common
that. An Order of bale.
PURSUANT to the command of an Order
of Hale (nailed fiom lh Court of Com
mon Pleas of Vinton county, and to me di
rected aa HhenrT and Special Mfttr Com-
miaamnerot aaid coun y, 1 will otti-rloraale
at Ihe door of the Couit Hou.e,in the town ol
MeArtbur, Vinton oountv. Ohio, on
Saturday, the 12th Day of Septem
ber, 1871.
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M of (aid day, the
following dercribed landaand tenement, sit
uate in Vinton "ounty, Ohio, and bnundrd
and deacribed a. lollows, to wits The north
eaat quarter of Ihe -outh-weat quaiter of eee-
hall of the aouih-eaat quarter and the norlh-
lion iniriT-niree i;hj tnwo'nip twelve, (ix) oi
ranue eventen (17) containins one hundred
and twenty (120) Km more or leas and lying
md tx-ing in Ihe diatrivl of landa subject to
sale al Chillicothe. Ohio.
AbDiwaed at four thcuxand and eiahi nun
dred dollars i4,suu) aud muat bring two
thirds olthat mm.
To be sold aa the nrooertv of Corneliu
Kama, toaatialy an order of aale.iasued Irom
the Court of Common Pleas in Isvor ol Beo
oet M. Clark.
TKHS OF BAI fre.h.
eKOBfiE KALER.
Hhfrirt of Vtnlon County sad bpevial Mas
ter t ommiraioner.
J. M. Hot.iiLivsAT, Attoroey for plaint IS.
August 13, i?4. ew
Sheriff's Sale in Parti
tion.
State of Ohio, Vinton County
' XV. N. Hartley and wi lb, Plaintlfla,
ASAiaST
Johile 0. Boss,etU iMfendsnts.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Plea Writ UrOer oj Sad in Par
tition. . ,
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DURSCANT to Ihe eommand of an Order of
X Sale ntaued from the Court bf Cbmrrmn
Pleas of Vinton Count v. and to toe directed
as bhenfl of eaid county, I will offer for sale at
the dour ol the Court House, in the town of
McArthur, Vinton Oountv, Ohio, on
Tnu)sdaTthe 17th Pay of Septem
ber, At D. 1874,
at the boar of I o'clock, P. If. of said day, the
ibllowina dMwribed lands situate in the coun-
ty of Viuion aad Slate oi Ohio 1 The weaS half
of ihe aontheaal tjuarter, and the seal IraHef
the soum-weet quarter oi aecuoa iweaiy-eev-en,
til towaahip ten, 11") range ninetren. (is
eontaiuinc 11 a-rea more or leas, and Ihe
wsat bailor Ihe Dorlh-eeet quarter and the
eet half of Ihe nortn-ve-t qaarter of a'tion
thirty f. Or, (31 town-hip lea. 11 range i.ioe.
teen, lJ -utaiiliig liiO seres, mole or lese;
cooielning ib all 3-A acres, mors or lea.
tppraiaed at .is huunnred and forty dol
ktn. lSt40 and muat bring two-iioitda ol that
urn.
TERMS OF BALE: in hand, balance is
one and two year eeuured by n ortgags oa
the promises sold.
eEOKOE KALER,
bhentt Vinton Loooty.
E. A'. Bsattos elal. AUornsitkir Plaionfla.
. August IV A. 1. 14. i. - w
B.A.h(MAm. J. H. aEliSLKIN.
UIGCiaMa. UEI.tL t5,
afANDFAOTUEERS OP AND DEA R3 IX
ITALIAX AMEBIC AX MARBLE,
Scotch Granite.
And all Kinds of Ifonnments and
Tombstones,
McAHTHTJR, OHIO.
tapriJTi
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri-
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FUBNITUHE,
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 onhand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
P til I NORTON,
Corner of High and Loonst Street:.
MCARTHUR, O.
TmerlST.
oq-:
7 I.lts
r3 ga- as
goal's
JNliW FIRM.
Thennderaigned having 'orm.d a co-part-nerahip
under lbs firm name of
McOOMMON & EVANS,
Call the sttention of the publio to their lull
stock of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
rest Guard und OperaChatne
Solid Silver and PlatedWare
Lauras and Morrla' Improved Specta
e
cies.
FINE CUTLER) GOLD PENS, AO.,
And everything kept m a
FIEST CIAS2 JELHT STOEE,
Wedding rings snd hair lewelrv made ta nr.
der. " '
Kepa-ring of watches, clocks, snd lewelry s
penally.
No charge for engraving eooda hnnuhl i t
their store.
For correct time take it from their chrono
meter the only one in the city.
Next Door to Warner Houss, 6fl
Faint Street. Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. Mf COMMON,
W. E. EVANS. .
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Stoves, Tinware Glass and Quecnsware, lock
ing Glasses, arid all kinds of House'-
Furnishing Goods. ' '
J". B. HlJ'ffi,
RETAIL
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
-, Of every
Gratea and Ehameled Fronla. Drass and ofCCld(Iii
KelllcM. IVuoden Ware ot nil Kinds. Rldnufactuter of
Tin, Copper and tieet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited frout country dealers. :
i-8P0UTTirri, Rooraio asd eepaibinq done dkMtiX.
1-8 pecial Inducements offered to those who will buy it jfeHJOutS
for Housekeeping. . . n
Call and compare prices before purchasing elsswhere. "Jfilipr4
La
r .
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper
W.HKBilW
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In lurie stock aud creat variety err
tomers without extra charge.
Jf E &
1). M. TeRRY'S
Celebrated Flower and Carderi Seeds',
Assorted varieties of each Ibolodinar evervtliinz rrown in a flower or vezetaba
garden.
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Paints, Oils, White Lead,
nisiies and Brushes just
received, atStsSON
m
THOROUGH WOHKMANSIIl
USE AUJT X
Fine Material Used
'
PEEFfiCt IN TONE AND CONSTRUCTION
GREATEST DURABILITY.
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THE LOW UST PRICE:
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A hiV'ber recouiraendation of these excelliint Instrtifnents ceold oi fce
desired than tbe nuaterous tcstirHonials fynm those who have used them tnd
(jiven them the severest trials. Nothing can he superior to their IjVht delirjate
touch, while the quality U nuiversally admired. Evt-ry 'ViilloyGem is'not bW
warranted lor Ave years but is guaranteed to glv enfft
satisfaction or to be returned at nur expense. . ' , ,.
Bend for illustrated catalogue with mania.
B. ii. Baldwin & co.?
Dealers in Pianos and Organs, ; '
15S WESTF0URTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0'
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Aaent fur Vinton Coiify,
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