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SPECIAL NOTICES.
i J, F. TOWfcLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
tffen'to the Merchant and Furnace
mou o f . V jn ton county, a superior' stock
of Dry Goods and Notions,' on terms
the most favorable. " . Iveptiy
;: Un J. BOWERS,
TKesiuent den i is r,
jlc Arthur, Ohio.
' ' Particular attention girro to the treatment
the-nmural teeth.
i ' ' I-
Notice to Teachers.
'f lli: r.OAKD 'of School Sgaminers
ffor Mut'on County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd r-'aturdaye of March,
4pril, JJ-sy-, "September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January., February, Juno, July, Au
gust anti December, in each year. Er
uiimftions (o oommence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
,'ltaoral oliamcter will be required in all
'ctfMs.' ' A fee of SO eents is required
'y law from each applicant '
., II. R BAU.vES Ch'fl I Hoard of
J.N. M)UN, - :V School Ex
l..,..h. 0,FEKL'UE, Cl'k, aminers.
tfuward 'Sauititry AM Assooia-
IHr'l tlOII.' - - 1 1 .
4
Voi rfto lteVerftrfj Cur or the Erringund Un
r"04.' fenimUoii'Priooilof Chritin X
. ii Philanthropy,
,!.. Jteeaf a 00 tli Errors of youth, and the fol
!e.a(Aiiinreltioa to Marriage aoil Sooial
""tltvlle, with Manual y aid for tha afflicted
"Seht free,' la eealed enrelopea. ' AddreAe,
. MOW4KU ASSOCIATION,, Box P, PU'tMl
".M'AltTHR : ENCAMPMENT
!'
::no. tts. i.ovo;f.
' ' T) EUU l, R Meetinge of ihla la
T rf"ylVampment will hereafter he
i, i3"Hld n the arcand nd lout
hwr JHeudaT evenlu of mch
Month. Hainutvha l jilu-r euvanipmrni
who inly be, rifling 0111 "n are inyited to
"attend; " PAKlb liOltTON,0. P.
Joa T, Rarra, 8.
ItcArtnur. trb'y 17, 1870. , , .
f
;The Favorite Fine-Cut
v'HS -Hlhewera' t'hoiuo, ia now taking the
JL lead o. all other lirnnde.' Bughl iu cm. lor,
plaaaanl iaiatta, IoiihIi and lalnif luchew,
Ihia lotMovu poiu,raeH every qiuiliiy 10 anil
A-Kewera, and fella hy the 10 iiund bucket
furtv litu cheaper per pound, ihuu any other
brand of the aame made and urrhipn leea
, quality, lull bucket nfthieveleuiaied brand
bare been aobl in I'hillii-nthe alone within
"the laat two month, mid trmiu mill tniTeaa.
fn. "try It " BCHdiKfKK KKAMtCK
" r.bilhcothe, Ohio, are the Mxnufacliirera'
1 'atnehta ami fell at lowi-M Kactori Kneed.
' Wmay Ifl-t .
WYE &MACKEY.
' OPPpSlf E THE COURT HOUSE,
, 07' l'MNT yiltET. 1
'MmLLlCU THE, OHIO,
Y'VlTE'lho attention ormerHiantaand rur
Aiowf men to th lura" Hlo.-k ot Hie above ar
. ti'lenjip'l rei'eived. We will aell at t e terv
luwful Rfiirea In the trade. Urdtra aohi'itrd
an,( jirouiptiy uitemltU .0. it 1 11 1
.AGENTS WANTED!
To aed, dlr-ti to couMMiri.TH Gai'KuaEt.i.;or
yJlEAUIHOKl'lATlVE HlS'lORY
OK 'I II U
.FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By J. Pe'rinm, follnr Western rtnnd. filrairo
' Complete ami rt-lluhle. Wrilltm'np lo Xiaanry,
1K71 S iTijinl i,rtrlla; loo othi-r eiiK'a
tViiiK.. . mrhi4gral work la lorn in pries amd
.tMaiw; ''''. . or lonn, lerrnory, et.t.,
.. ,l,lrea K. t A N, f"U V CO., Publiahcre,
177 W 4th -t, Cinrll.liMtl.
. CAVTIuS.1 Inferior worlra, aiere otmpilalio..
lUtraliiiK pin-ani. tio not l.e uiind on.
. .Mr. I'trriam'a work ia lull. Wrikr, and
tiduraed.bv the nival leaili rx. A'oaa Ik
' 11 C. JONKS,
AT101MEY AT I.AW,
REH ESTATE AGENT
jllcArtbiir, Vljiton C. O.
"i:cil ESTATE' :
.'. Bought, Sold and Exchanged
' OEEAT BARGAiA8 IS LAUDS.
A EAEE CHAHcFtO BUT A HOME
" THE Mlnwina li.nda will be aold low on
... A naaonablelermaaa Uuvmenti (
m AGRES OF LAND
" ' ""' .' -IN--
;Psrtnam County, West Va,
WTHIH 2i MILLH OF BAILS J AD
)01!14 Miles From Mate Capital
" Coutfy Eoad Bnns Through Tract
FINE FARMINU LAND WITH
PLENTY OF HON ORE,
WELL watered. About ii anret steered.
Good frame. hua aurt out buihlinaa.
Timlx-r-popur, walnut, oak. a.h, hickory
wd loouat,
t - . Title Perfeot.
The entire tract or one-hall' will be sold
VERT Lo. - -'1
ftrme (air, jUll (ooo, r ' .
vi ) ;i i i . :
. "lOARfe tint timber land, aear lb
1 Zvat A C. R. R. I he Umber will more
It.ao pay tbt the land II put up id the morket,
"Title perfect. For lull deecripunn oall upoo
aM arrileiM - ii. C. JONK.S, -
. TTT 1TH II Smile of the M- A C. R.
laiaiO II K The larm oootama eu arrra
ISf i lortT acrea cleared. Kair improre-
meata. A aood coal bank open and
workiDR. Vi feet I
; beat coal. Fur aa cbeap.
'ltO Aires in Harrison Towmhip,
tOOD'lirhriet ladwell watered and Sear
I tha railroad.
i'lUe Derfect.
Will be sold low. idea
B.C. JOHEB. ,
. -aaww aewaw wmeq3 tnfjnt
iiai Klo joi aennw eiaurroj
Xainoa etri jo twd in xwj aMtv,f
rt Ma
Wii y fpmm dot ayrnwrau ew i -wiri w
aea a) efiqa twaup aunni eqi ui rqdns eqi at
nnQV:U3A3d 'aOd..
HpMtMVirmtM&nir ' ,
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THE VINTON RECORD
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOIl SAIE.
The Viktom Rkoord newspaper and
job office is for; sale at a bargain to a
cash buyer. Apply to pr address
JOHN T.RAPEft'MoArthnr, 0.
WE COME AGAIN.
r
' Our cliickeu ih not sick he.li
only wrong end up. It look
as though "thftl's what's the
matterw. wit b the' elecljon Ve
have carefully etodied the re.
runu an( . can .' make . nothing
out : of them, We aref', not
drunk, n?ir;!even drinking, but
we assert boldly, without i"ear'of
eontradic.tlpn that ,thcv are
Aar'to ready's tVe believe
somebodybas played ft' jnke on
the Cincinnati Gazette-' ' Y ,
Poultry.
Bnwen, has -certainly gone
into this poultry husiness he
Hdvfrltflesbi? chickens tn h'
week's Enguinr.1' Ve dou t
see what lie's, rpaking a dNpIay
about, 1 il',bd,; hasn't chickens
fur sale.
Probabilities—New Democratic
Ticket.
For Infirmary Superintend-
kntJoUa J. Shocked of Mc
Arthur." ' - ., ',.';
For Deputy Sheriff kirnw
h. Lnz, i McAfihur.
For Auditor (next year )
N, Ricliiiiond, of McArihur.. ,
' tor Clerk of Court of Com
mon' Pleat. So many pledges
are out; so. many promises
made that we are not cxac'ily
certain Alio will lie nominated.
THE RESULT IN VINTON
COUNTY.
.';!''.,' BECREf AUY iF STJAXB.,
William Bell........ . ...1657
A. IV Wikoil ....1V...1272
Bells majority
385
RLPRL8KNTA'riVK IN
C.NGKtSr.
JoAn L. Vance. .1G36
ll.ztkiuli S buinly. .1275
Vance's innjority. .....'.;'. 361
BHKHIEP; '
Cunningham IT. 11 usion.. .1500
Otiorge Kaler 1424
Uustou's najrtr,ity...;. ...... ,82
, .. I TKKA8VBVA ,. j
Joseph P. Whitlabh...:.:..A606
KuUrlS. liaiuLill 1319
' WiiltlachV 'majority !... .'281
7!vma X: Murray. .' 1713
Uharies U. lay jwr....a.e.... 1202
Murray's, majority.,.. ....511
: C0MMI3I0NER. ' ' ;
Henry Titert ..;1538
John VV. Urowu,....t..:.....13ti4
,Teters' majority....... .'..234
coroner: '
John Daugherty..,.........l6i&
George K Aikiusuu ..4272
Da u g'ner l y 'a m a jori t y .:.'...'.'..37 6
"
. IMFIUMART DIRECTORS. ; .
Frederick Cradlebav'yK'.. .1712
IhoTfiki Kinney. ..i:.;....162S
Wesley jJaytle9......t.:....i.l5H3
Thouiaa AUce-...,..... 1142
Kraritls birong...;;'.'.'.r..'....1303
John Dowd......4..l....'..1293
Democrats' in; Italics Bepub
licbna in Roman.1 ' ' r i.
' Bundy U deieated in the dig,
trict by ('a,bout', 1,500 majortiy.
. i , ..,,'.,,(' . . .'
nultlivan, for . Ul'hiniUSlOlier,
u39;'. 'wne',IiepuilcKii for
irosecuiHig Ailn.ey.aSiJ.u
'" This lis ft magtiJnYeuti victory
'io iLe County Republican ami
l'i'Vf'""'"l ' " '-: I" "-I'lr!"
Mr Bukdy ieadi Uhe Slale
ticket by.j.t t.wt?ptyfour , T.qtes;
The truth ts: greats taany, Re
Lublicaos " became., alarmed
about ihe Civif Kiishts Btlt
scratched' Buiidy 'd ..'iname' ileflf
their ' ticket 'and .'voted ' for
Y a u c e'-b'u t ' M rx B u ij'dy 's s t r b n g
bold upon the people of Viu
tbn,' the iigh:regayhey bad
for him overcame this, and gave
him this twenty-four, votes as a
complimbht to bis iotegrily: , 1
- In Ross couuiy,, tit . entire
Republican ' and ; Independent
ticke' ; was' elected," with ma
jorities asJ,iollbw e'i...; ! :;n' ;"
..'..Macei, Iodfiiendut6r Slier
ifl.;6b& Fioydj linlfpt-ndfui: lor
?oiiitiHi0ner. 117: 'Jones.' Reo
n d e p ? n q e n t . . i c tt e ' it aj wilt be
isei ti by comparing ii wiin ijie
Dmorratiirj i majortty ( the
Result.
andlpwR vine 'and f treel and
"- Ohio haSone D-emoeralio
by about dfteen thousand. 'In.
diana the-' same by about! 10,
000. ".'" '. ...
4 I
' Ohio sends to lb, next Con
gress, thirteen Democrat! and
seven -Republicans. ' It ,tbn
other States have - gone as
strongly Democratic ttr inext
Congress will be;. Democratic.
this is national, politics, and
telUiapon'the '.t''ir.fcty'; the
natipni;for. bUfer"'or fOf worsej
If on half' the pledge! of the
party tre fulfiHed, weVwill ceV
t,anly b1 popereyt8,:ati'd
happy people j iui very short
time, Vdt Jwe regard the. suc
cess of Ihn Democracy rather
as the triumph of a (etf poljt
cal leaders.1 who have been op
erating upon the prejudice rl
the people, 'to secure the loaves
and fishes, than as the' triumph
of principle. 1.,y, . ... .
The Civil Rights hill a
heavy load ffor it lie party to
Cjjrry. fLlpd. It passed, and be.
tiome a: laJ, Ihe'ioartr could
have ,arred it i easijy, fori
there js nothing . wicked
in Ihe priociple of the,
hill and -the effect of it
would 'not tie '. felT in Ohio, but
ponding.tjie pa$atge of Jhe bill
it is;h,edup is "the raw lieat j
and bfoedy'boneaT.pf all ithpt
is wicked ia it 8 inception and
terrible in' fts 'effecls." "We re
gard If kind 6i thln!ehad
ow, or justice, to, .the . colored
men. at best, We believe that
it ,wa8 A9 great , mistake of a
great man; that it ne rer should
have been introduced into Con
gress and should, not become a
law. It contains' nothing realy
equal to the necessities of the
times, in the South. SJurder."
arson , and '" all " the ; h'enious
crimes known to the law .to
committed.iu the .various parts
af the South, and the villains
who'fommit "tfinse crimes go
unpunishe,d. ; First, because
the crimes are committed
againRtMhe person and proppr
ty ot black men. Second, be
caufe. in: . many , places the
"White Man's League" which
is but another name for 'lKu
iv top powerful io- be
pnni6hed by the local, authnrt '
tis.' Thirdly,., bPcause , the
uVYhite(JUanj's League", is a pV
liticrl, piratic tl body ot men,
and they ib 'control elections
n mjby plaee.s-.tha tbe fiiBfipra-
elected are not in lavor of see
ing"' the Negro have a fair
f hance lit b'e fft c e of; Hey-No w
the ClviJ Rfgbts Bilf.Woujd.lw'.
as ".."sojxfifiiBg..,;. btBsK." ,;Wlw(t
;iV(mld;,'it arp'ounV to!... Pre8;Vf
p ro vi d e h a t .; a' ivfti t e. ,v a gkbirmd.
siiall not shoot" ft colored, man
witir impnhily, or ..bufn; his,"
h o u 8 e w i t iP u t fe a . of jri "u tl 1 :
.nefilK The wlrole tml'U is He
i it . i , ., ,. ,,
President should see'to it that
ihe liyfs and property pf menf
r.euardless " bt.fra.c'e; color, or
previous conditirinJ'.ol! .pvi
taden.re" protecleflj andif the;
ioojki auihorilYcanY enforce the.,
la w'or reluse to do 'to lTif.TJniied'
States troups . Bhonld ' btj.erp;
ploy ed. .:jbe d ft) , Rlgh'.s Bi 1 1,
say a I he colo(ed , ni an may tide'
on railroads, stay at hotels, "nd
io church J and' rest in p.tibj
graveyards, just as white flJtfi
do.' Better first see to 11,' iiint
he Isf pernitued-'tay fn hjs
own cottage wfi-liout riiiyiiig It
burned ov-r ,hirJ"heHd thai he.
is uerroitted' W jj;'tef tile Jiib: :
ways w.ii hput bein g shot dOw
like a dog.i - Better gee to. it
that tb' cttldre.di'maj) isT.al low
ed .to, worship Ood ,bej!t;Ri fb Ws
try -1 p, Y ef pa. It; w .of thero , pu t
ot tne graveyarH,'maiare oeiug
dally and nightly eeut -lolt by
ihe bullet ot tbe assassin, , We
do'nof .believe.' t be Civil Riglit s
Bill, tends to social t quality
W
e know it -doertfol nlorce I
ihe laws we have. Whatwe
want is enforeemenf o th4 law
against crime.- Il -Sumner hud
introduced - in i Congress, a bill
makinfc,,jt .a perjitentiary ,of
lense to organize ariud bands
of cut throats and villains and
(,'rill tliJmVror- ihe! jiifrpbses oi
ipurder and spoilation, it mit-ht
lie unpopular,1 iilh' pb'dti .'pep
ple, tor the -fight would have
been ' irrdeed one of- principle -and
lUPfaiiure el'"t.h p'art'yi la
'$t jn!g it . ould ha ve , been the
failure of the "principle r that!
"man ia capable of self gov-i
erhmenT." zr I i
bTherirre nrirytTorCnTraphagsn,
nf'nthe civilized wnrtii' tliaf
.ouidperrhwsub - ectpbe.
''.."' - tS
murdered and oppressed, and
their propertjrdestrojed .as the
United Stales government per
mits it in theb'ouih, and .it we
can i pot: stop the deliberate
shedding of blood witlun the
limits ot our national jurisdic
tion, the sooner we quit trying
to be a Republic the better.
The . great trouble with the
Civil Rights Bill is that it
amounts to so very little in the
right direction: ' 1 .
'l?Ef:UBfiR'TUE Bid SnOW iS to
be in McArthur on Friday, the
233:tnvti':i Tbivshow rt a' grand
comb"nati6n.,1 ' The " ' animal
world has furoiihed a repre-
sentative . from . every region
and -clime of the ' eartb. The
sunn south, the frozen north
meet ,MclU)t. her. In this grand
Zuolbgfcal-Uomblnatiorr'. We
do not faV6r"litlle' traveling
ilapwijhatieljb'rn
girl and -c!og dancer," but
when men of enterprise, en
ergy frd faTjieansv bring; tcrour
veiy doors the beasts and birds
ot'lhe- fat off 'climes, we feel
ike saying cp.rne, come and
bVirig your family." "The' f?ircui
XJompany.-traYeliog with -tliii
' L a ! a. ' I ' ' ' ' ' L i
Krauu menagerie ii one or the 1
Quest ow .on . the-eontinent.
rhe clowns do'not deal in old
saws and dead jokes,, but are
Iresh and gush'ng with original
wit,' beside they are educated
in the art o( entertaining, and
do not, shook mpdeity by their
coarseness, as Is th'a mariner oi
ome: iowflfeUows, JAClowr;
allMllt I . n a ..bmmh . t .
ouuuiu uo a uiau ot irotiiiii
taste1 aiid reflntment, that is
just ihe manner of man that
pninti'hiVfacd and" does the
lurirryifo tlfe-reai sbo'w that
Is Coming, . i' ' . r,
Sober Words.
run nearly 300 votes
oeuiua me estate ticRel; not
withstanding, Le; and his clan
ul aarnirers ran tbe. entire
campaign1 on dirty lies about
Kater'some ofwhich are a (lis
grae: to any " party or nieu. i
We bave jtnaderno personal
war on' Huston nor have', we
told any lies about him during
the campaign. We do not be
I ) eve , tnan has any right to
teil a'.base mHircipus lie about
"candidate, simply because be
lb a candidate;:;. We know that
dirty fehdiyds were manu
.frtC.jur,tt4juli town, and dirty
men'ere seut out into the various-parts
of the county to
pat' them- in' clKcnTMlon': v Ka-
Jer is i beaten by just such low
villainoos practices. Themin
Lwh.o bideB in the bushes' by the
road;rndeaTid8teps put and de
tq ji.63(ipr;B$ftu'e' or' your life
1l-t?tltIeiliaC worthy; ot co ii
iP'e.tliipJijfed'-Xilhi the de
'ad' yttttkvi- who will msnii
facluFe; "al inalu'3'r,'and go out
into , "the' bu'ehea in 'ihe back
-lb wiish i ps, to poison i t be'mindi'
ot-ipe people.--" 'i i '"'
:l rl.i ..nf i .!. if ,,' f . , ,
- GKf'eicW.'
'an iccTdeuBhi. ehirig, while
MijtUftfMrff. irJt-;bi3: express;
the'horse '"became- unianage-bieaiv-Mr.-biKsoiv
in attempting
'iil'aV'..i,i.l.'.j ...j iif i
broJSe.Md'rifrVt 7rm' Jnear the
wristv' Dr. Coleman was called
toiadresslihe Iraciure. Mr. Six
son was. at bia.sor'e afterwards,
an is. 'selling'-.drugs as usual
tbi morning ; .. , . ;
'1'iThb lollop iug is a list of fet
ters remainine in the Post Of-
'Doe- at Za'leski, O.J Oct. 1, 1874
tfElisha Fulelj- EHrabeth Pal
mer; tieinrirbVoBknh, Eliza
beth ; Smith;; - Mary -Josephine
HopkA rAnnie-. MaTtinj Annie
JpapbirriAv. Bobbin's. '. - i '
Sober Words. J. G. WILL, P. M.
-,. A LiST-ol lei'.ers remaining
at 'the" Poet, pfSce'.4un4aG
on the 1st day of October, 1 874i
Anton Creslianskie, JosephMen
S. IS A MINGER, P. M.
,To DAT:,one,v Jhe borsei in
Air. tliggins' two Dorse buggy
;bt"dtftn.e;tTtn,aargeable ; "and
broke ,he Jt,ongue , ,T T T r ;,
niauNO s, hurographer. C'liiliiO'the
gives careful sttutjoa to making oup
ius ol' other pioiurea.' ;rwtures nay b
niade as lurue as liPffffonr th tiniest
lecket picture,-and piade in jevfery sy
satisfuotory bj earstuj .ni judicious
iloriii). Photographs front nature or
from other pictures oolced In the best
styles in. oil, Walter" cplors, vtoq, pe
tel Or ink,' at rates to suit kill'rreurii
atanoea, 'inut jnU--.i: ;,
MARRIED
MrvCHilsraa Joa-'
sm and Asuia H.aWa by
' JOHKSiOJi' lE'.tPHaGAN. A
tbe; resldelitie of 'the1 brWe's rather
c, ; ....
t
, t-TT? R T? NOW f
i L4-'-L '
I . have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
lands of. (
suited to this market.
. I. will. manufacture
to order anvthini? de
sired in my line.
( A -full stock; of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
atfend' funerals with
hearse when desired.
P IKIS lli'IITO,
Corner of High and Loonst Btreeti
. Mc ARTHUR, O.
Tmart87.i ; , . i
H. A. B1O0IN3. J. H.BEINLEIN.
IIIGGsKS k IIEIXL.,
J ANCFACTURERS OF AND DBA R8 IN
ITALIAN AMERICAN M RBLE,
Scotch Granite, ;
And all Kinds of Monuments and
' ' " Tombstones,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
SaprWi . ; r
NEW FIRM.
T.innrtt?rinnr hnvlnj formed tt co part
ners m ji iijuit iue nrm imme qi
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call the attention nr the publio to their lull
atocK or
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
J'est Guard uud Opera Chatne
SolldSlivcr and PlaledWare
Ijasaraa and Morrla Iiniiroved Bpecta-
clea,
FINE OUTLER1 GOLD PENS, AO.,
And everything kept n a
','"'-'. ! ,.'
riEST OLASJ JEVLET ST0EE.
Wedding ringa and hair jewelry made to or
der. , .,,
Kepa-ring of wnkhea, clocke. aod lewelry a
aperially. ...
Nouharge for engraring goods bought ft
their atore. ,
Kor oorreot tuna take it from their chrooo
meter tjie ooly ooeto tha city.
Kelt , Door to Warner House, 66
' Paint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. S. MrCOM MOM,
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HURRAH FOR THE CHEAP STORE
W r now rseeiring oars'tfSo'ril st'dok : of ., '". " ,
FALL AND; WINTER; GOODM,
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boogn at iaakratit sale. ' ; i t ' . ., "
. Neier before have we been able to offer sucb Ihabccincnts to thi trad a i
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. . The piles of inoas daily sold prota these facts, that w4 sell mcrsocds-'
that we sell' Koods cheaper that v .'.,..
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telling wore we can afTord to acll chcapcjti
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than any store io Vinton ermnty . ,' ..'..'.! . . i.
We sell the beat brand of flannel ever said In this country, framoU"
equal any hotne tusde fluntiel; try it and you will be convinced; ' We haw?
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLldtf.
Men, youth and boys of all siiea and spes will find a complete eatBt kt bfar
store. Clothing, Hoot and-hori a specialty. The quality and sljje
are unsvrpasaed. Tbe pri es oC our t!oods are below all competition. . In fact,
no matter what yon want to boy we nan assure jo, our superior advantage f
baying alone for csah enables os to sell you abetter article forte's jnonsj
tbao you can purohase in any aiarke t. . ; , ...
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DR. W. C. CLIN E & SONi
Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohid;
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HAVE fitted up their new and eoramodious store-room io superb style) ,spa.r
neither time or money to render it equal in architectural sty 1 6 t( any -room
in SoQthero Ohio, and ka replenished their former stock of Dr tig 8,
Paints, Oils, Dye Staflm, Patent sod Family Medicioos to repletioh W
which' they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee NotionsTobioed :
and Jewelry which they will soil at lowest possible prices for oash.
THE It HOKE It'S OFFICE.
will be conducted, in the establishment as heretofore, s Monies loefnoi aid f a-"
isoounted.:: '
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In connection with tbe Medical Department will be established a 1
Metal aoi Hi-
for the better treatment of all ohronio and su gica) diseases sn4 daforfpities
under a corps of directors who will employ nothing but OrsNclass'medioal tal
ent as bperatires in the Institute. ., ' , '
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with boarsin,
lodging and nursing at rates far below what can be afforded at s'mifarlriir'ti
tutions in the cities', and as gobd medical attendants as can hei procured at ja
wheie.
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware Look
ing' Glasses, and all kinds of .Eoiise
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rurmsning uooas.
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Grate and Enameled Front, Drass and Poreela'l:
KellleH, Wooden Ware ot
Tin, Copper and heet Iron
trade. Orders solicited from country
tSPOUTTNQ. ROOFING AND
t-Speoial Inducements offered to those who will buy a full 0ft 1
for HonseKeeping. . . . , .
j Call and compare prices before pnTchasink "felsswhe'r'a; jjlsjr
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THOROUGH WOltKMANSHLP
BE AUTT K OF;FIOTt: i
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Fine Material Uped In ManufactV !re
PERFECT IN TONE 'AND 1 COKSTfiTTCi ION.
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GREATEST DURABILITY,
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. A bisher recommendation of. these excellent, instrnmputf , cojj
desired than tbe numerous testimoiials from those wno tutie used theraiand
jiven them the severoat triala. 1 Niithinit ran be superior to.th jit liirfit deliente
tounh, while the qualifv ia universally admired., Every Valle j Qeu tg'not on
warranted lor Ov? yt-ara but ia uranlte'aia ye-enUiV
aatlnlacllun orto he returned at our etper.iae. "." '' ' : . i J"
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EEPAIEINQ DONE CHEAPflj :.
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