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SPECIAL .NOTICES,
J. K. TOWLLL, Portamoutb, Ohio
offclto thai iiebaaVand Furnace
aeuof V in too ooanty, a superior ituok
of Dry Ouodt nod Notions, on terms
. 'the Bot favorable. lweptiy
li: J. BOWERS,
CfcMUElT DEN . 1ST,
jncAriiiur, 111110
Ptrtteular attention gi? i to lb treetmeat
IM UtBTN Mil.
Notice to Teachers.
Wnn nn i itTt s . aw
iui ihjakjj oi scnool examiner
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArlbur, on
the 1st arid 3rd Katurduyaof March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the let .Saturday in
January, February, Juno, Jul, Aa
gust aiid December, in each year. Ex-
amfoationa to oommenoe at ten o'clock,
A. id. Satisfactory evidence of good
tooral character will be required in all
. ' A fee of 50 eente U required
Hbj tew from eaeb applicant
U.H. BAtt..E3LVn ) Hoard of
"J . HUUN," VHohool Ex-
L. O.TISKbUE.Crk.J, aminsre.
toward Sanitary Aid Aasocia-
?v ;J( : . SUM. . '
Tor Ik Relief tad Cure of (he Erring aad Ua
t fortunate on Prinoipleaof Uhrietiaa
""'"' " "Philanthropy. - . ' '':
Tttf oa the Brrore of Youth, and the fol
lie e,f in, la reUUoa la Marriage aad Souial
Xnuf !ih sanuaiy aid for theaffliotad
4eot free, id aeal.J ea.elopaa. . Adiireaa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, F,:'al
phi. Pa,'". 1 ,
Kl'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
f; NO. 115, 1.0, 0, F.
TyBttUI.AR Meerln.bflhl.Ka
E . . . .
xv
kuamnment will hereafter be
on ine eeeaa aa im
Meada evealaaa mt eack
aaeatlu. Patriarch ol oilier eoiampmenta
wbQ may b Timiinf on i .own are invileil to
. . 1 m r. . . . . . . ... n ..... . r-i t
Juaa T. Rtri, 8. . .
' MvArthur. r'eu'y 17, 170.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
't'HE&hewera'.t houia, Id now tttkinji tho
X lead o. all other hranrta. bii(ht lu color,
pleasant io taate, IoUrD and lealnitf in i hew,
thia ioimcuo poaaeaee eery quulily to nit
rnrwrri, and arue nj me i pouna ourae.
fully lue haer per pound, lhau any other
brand of Ihe Mme grade and perhiii. Ira.
quality. ' lull hui-kela of Ihn i-eleliialed hrand
hate been aohl In hillii-othe alone within
Ihti Iriat two' month', and Iran Mill itx-rea.
Ing. Try It" 8CH jKKr-KK A KRAMKK
Clnllii-otlia, Ohio, are the Manufavtiirera'
earnta and eell at low tat I-actor j Pnuee.
Umt ISM
Q'OEblSMVARE
NYE MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
CIIILLWO THE, OHIO,
IvVITEtho attention of merrhanlannd fur
iiMirtnwo to lh lare alO' k ol the Hbiie ar
" tutea juat rweiied. We will nail at I fery
lowa( ftnrea In thelrnile. Uidrre aolixitt-d
and vruuiptly atteudrd o. utiul
I.-'.','', AUENTS WANT ED!
To tell, tirtt la miutmtn,Tt Oa"CDPl.l.i or
THKAUlHoKl'lATlVJi HIS'iUKY
OKJHK
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By J. Periain, rnitnr Weatern Rural, Chli-igo
Cnmplfle and tvliabla. tt'rioVe up to January,
1.7a.' oriuiaal tortraitai liai uther euijra
wiiiKa. rhl" great work la Ion fa ftict uad
Mitrnf bf ihoiunndi or tfrma, trmtory, et.i.,
Miaa K.. rf A NAK Kl A CO., Publmhvra,
117 W 4th at, Cincinnati.
t'i VTIOH.-iol'trior worlra, mm nmpilollom
relating iiahed I'O noi If iiii.na on.
Mr. Parriaro'e work la lull. ea'AonVufin, and
eauloraed bv the nrnl lea'lwa. Hom oHur It.
H'-C.'JONESi'
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I.
ESTATE AGENT-
.McArlbur, Tluton O. O.
I- REAL EST1TE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
'GREAT BAEGa"IT8 IN IA5D3.
.A EAEE OH AH0TQ BUT A HOME
41' RE ff'llnwma lunda will be aolu low oa
X naaoaable term aa-to iTment i
576 ACRES OF LAND
ltiiam . County West Va,
irnnis 2; miub of eaile - ad
34 All lea From Mate Capital
CouatyEoaaEnnilhrou(fh Tract
PINE PARMINut LAND WITH ;'
f LEKTY OF UGN ORE!
"T ELL watered. About t acre leered,
f V Good Irnme hnaao ea- oiit hail'llnga.
Tiiaaoc poplar, walaua, oak, aab, hickory
uatid loeaei, ir
Title Perfect.
The, entire tract or o,ne-ball willbaaold
VEBP LoA. - A
1 erma fair. Call aooa.
taprl7 j . f H. 0. JQH3.
te(cRi of kse bother lead, near CM
iZUal tO. R. L Tho timber will more
han pay for the land II pnt op in the market,
Title perfect, for fuU oeacnptioa eall upon
r write u a.C. JiiNKrt.
Jgaj4 VVITBIR SmilOPf the M.AC. R
lain! II K DO larm eowiaiDa euari
Jlil'l lorty acrea cleared. Kair toiiroe
1 iiieole. A ko1 coal hank opto and
working. .H' tat eoal. . FvreaierBeap.
f
120: icrei in Eavrritoa TowBibip,
'. X . i. v.-
GOOD timber Uad, wall watered and near
the railroad.
Title pert.-.
wait. ,.d.ow. mxSR
tovwt
'm jirn 'flOMITTlfl aa ixnaiu
aaeK aoaia)edefiaregl
Inawoe ewi f avrad r omq eaave4 J
a) en'l'aop eaaae eqi m eaeodnit afl aa
anov v udadj uoj
HNirjino-onoriio
rHIPEIl
I AiaiFUrrkaslUI'ralM,aMUal''aluk.l
1 p-iat riaHt vttana rliM. Taa araal
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the Vinton' record
Oftoial Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALE.
. Tbe Vi to Baooxo newpaper and
Job office it for aafe at a baricain to a
eaab buyer. Apply (o or addre.a
JOUN T. KAPER, MeArthnr, O.
It ia awful imiky,
CoURT cotmued last Monday
Jude Dull :d war proHidiojt.
Tuubsday the 20ib of this
month it thanksgiving day.
The festival season is at
bund.
The bird and rabbit banters
have commencejl operations.
Stasd off tue cruers, ' and
give tho ladies half a chancu
lo pass.
- Jack Fa st throws hia white
muuile over everything -each
Fattks up. your , turkies as
Tbaiiksgiviug ib drawmg rap
idly uigb. .
Ouh Nimroda ehould be very
careiul bow they Iuudle their
uooiiug irons.'
H ' t atjn ii-
Christmas ja vominU It be
gan lo aiiow m tno west last
week.
Mr. Ed. biiiTu, a large oper
atoriu Iroutu corn, IubI $20,-
000 by the burning ol bis sueOu
aud new crop, at Circlevilie.
CuKAPtB (ban ever a new
rtuvk ol gooda at Fellou's. Go
and tree lor yoursell and be oon
viuced.
FiRts are rdging iu the woods
in i ha western part ol Ohio,
and doing great damage lo
limber. .
Tub A) and . ujuqiiio have
adjourned their cot'certa un
til ibe summer season of 1875
says the Marietta Times.
A private mglil-WMtch has
been mi (j loved by our buxi.
nes9 m n to ptlrol the business
p rlion of town.
The odor ol Brooklyn hanct
itv is so slrong thai when the
wind Is (mm the east, New
J-rey peopje but down ilieir
windows.
Will our irtends all over the
county send tin theii npighhni
hood newt? It they do o, it
will assist ua in miking a good
readable paper the coming
win'er.
A' coLLISli K took place at
Mr Arthur, last Friday between
the li)Pomntive8 Wolf and
Brown, on the Baltimore &
Ohio Swch No serious re.
suit the" Wolf had her bead
lielit slightly d immed.
Tub Indiana man who work
ed three davs In a harvest field
and received therefore a Utile
iiter of pnpp, has come to the
condomon that it is not more
currency we need but a better
enrrencv.
Sheriff Ealer, arrested Orin
Buckingham, a lonntlo lat
Monday. - The Sheriff had a se
rious time with the culprit as
he displayed his combative
qualities, and be had to he
tied. He was taken the neit
day to the Athens Asylum by
the Sheriff. .'
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Tue following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Post
OfBce at.Z.leskl, ,
Wro. D. Hill, Wm. Orpun 2.
James Whiteco, Mary. Infis,
Sarepta IJutthinson, S G..ff.
Sarah Hickleberry, M. M. Eorp,
Joseph HiJl. Sarah McCallister.
III
LOCAL MATTERS. J. G. WILL, P. M.
'Tbe Vinton Krcord has cone
where the woodbine twineln.
Ma Arthur Enquirer. ' 1
Our, knowledge of ' botany
makes us aware of tbe fact
hat the Woodbine is lound ev
erywhere throughout the globe
and that is jus,! where Ibe Vin
ton : Record hat gone, dot$ yot
arid will qo; loug alter J erome
WiilesanBowen shall 'sleep
the .. Wli ra. ('Ever bduy
lakes h" in Viulon county and
ibroughoiiV' the ''earth.'1, I-ti
told , tbe;.:lrulh- this
v timer-tWiil
titjo'iccldtntalivi
-;.r; 4 .tW
FIRE.
The destructive elearen! baa
been raging quite extennively
in this couuty as well ai other
parts of tbe Stat.; The forest
all over the county are on fire.
Arnold's Wood north east ol
town, now owned by Jacob
Clements, caught ' ;fire last
Wednesday bight from some
brush that Mr.' Clements was
burning on the place.', 'A nurb
ber ol neighbors turned out and
worked to prevent the spread
of tbe fire which was rapidly
spreading! eastward and ' de
stroying fencing and .every
thing in its course. But little
progress was made in checking
the spreading flames until
Thursday afternoon, .when a
large ;party went from town
and in conjunction with a large
number ol o ber citizens who
were there, by aimont superhu
man eflorls succeeded in ar.
resting the ' further' spread ol
devouring element. .11 ad this
fire bad its own way It would
hive spread eastward and de
stroyed a number ol houses,
barns and other,, buildings,
fence, orchards, corn, hay and
olher property. A heavy smoke
is at present hinging over the
whole country, like a, heavy
log, objuring the sun; it comes
from these Ores. ' Farmers
fhnuld hot burn brush at Ibis
time, and everybody should be
very careiul about bundling
fire, and . not hnudle it wore
han pnasjble as .a neglect ol
ol Ibis caution. my do an in
calculable amount of damage.
We learn that a large fire,
in Eagle townahip, near Benj
m in M Walker's, swept across
is (arm, or a larg ponton ol it,
and did damage of $1,500 lo
.12000; ii'juring bis orchards,
viueyardx, &c. The bouse ol
Mr Walker cume near being
destroyed in; the. sweeping
Amies. . .
. The Ireight west '"thuraday
blew out a few. spurks and
burned a "string ol fence" near
Vinton Station.
The Eigle Furn tee Woo ls
ctiusrht tire last Thursday, and
have been burning ever since,
hundreds ol acres ol valuable
timber have been destroyed, as
also a large amount ol lem-ing.
The residence ol Redman
M(K'izie,near Uuriley's Mills,
in Wilkesville , township, wan
Consumed b fire, lat Friday
morning, abou 1 o'clock. Alt
the lurniiureave a bale and ta
ble wan destroyed. The fire
had m-ide considerable head
way before it was discovered.
A siuhII child had to be drop
ped out of the second storv
window, and the' father catch
ed in his arms, and (hen, the
brother, a young man was com
pelled lo jump out, lo epcape
the flames. The fire is believed
lobe the work o an incendiary.
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Transfers of Real Estate.
Uezekith Kizro to Samuel
Uutter, SO acres, Eagle town
ship, $700.
Wm. C. Cline to Eleven S.
Mitfht, ol in lot N.. 71,
Wilkesville, $250.
Eleven S Might to Betlie R
Taylor, f 'f in lut No. 71,
Wilkeeville, $225 '
John Bell and S. R. Darby to
Sarah Cozad,3 acres Richland
tp., $300.
M. S, Snyder to Daniel Co
nd 2 acres in Richland :p
and in lot 46, Allensville. $200
Benjamin Stevens to Jolui
P Cue, 50 acres, Maaison ip.,
$1200. j
KichardTimms to Owen Er
viii, 1 acre, Clinton tp., $100, .
S. U. Quick to David Lantz,
part ol out-lot No.. 11, McAr-
thor, $100.
Eluha Humphrey to Stephen
E. Seymour,- et at, quit claim,
40 acres, Harrison tp $60. ' -:
Charles Hunter to Eli. Key
nold, easf half of in lot No. fl2,
McArlbur, ,$300. j -xy
Margaret J.'B ake, guard. lo
A. O. Wehley, 120 acres,' Knot
tp, $1,200," . -.:. a'.'rr
Leauder Devore to MaTinda
l)"Vofe, -tn-lottf Nos! 28 and 29,
Prat idTille, $200. . i :u.v. u
Z'leski Company to 'A. II.
Kiiinev, 10 .80. acres, Madison
ip $9.72... , .
; J-aXKourtedyby Sherw tw
& Co., 40 acres. Midisou
Improvements.
The spirit ol improvement is ,
rife in our midst. We note the
following: ' t' '
J. J Shockej is building a
new dwelling boufe'e on the lot
south ol bis grdcery store, -:'
J. A. UigglUt is building an
addition trj his bouse.
Rev; iS. B Matthews is bu'iij.
ing at) adiition to bis house.
David Lauis is building a
new dwelling house. . , ;
John Junes bis painted and
renovated his house through,
out,
O. B. Pilcher is bjiilding.a
new dwelling house on his
farm, a mile aud a half north
east of to wn.w , i".
Rev. John Gold has laid the
foundation lor a new dwejling
housenearly opposite the re-
id-ijCH of rVuliam Uold, on the
uu,r,8e,ryaroa"d, east of loan.
That Justice of the Peace.
Enquirer insists on call
ing attention to the fact that
Gunning beat Turvey lor J. P.
in (Jlinlon trv ivnohlrt at Ihn I .. 4. a
election,
t &TTY:
M ajonty , ....;.;.i2
The Democricy had on State
ticket aiiiy majority.
Bell, received .....;.;;153
Wikoff, t 135
' Uunning ran. juat 42 behind
his ticket and Turvey ltf ahead
ol In 8. Now what there is to
blow ab'ut we don't see;
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Official Vote for Congress
the Eleventh District.
r ,' ... Vance ' Bundy. Locke
Oallia... 1847 1860 62
Hocking 1632 810
Jackson 1994 1 917 - 69
Lawrence.. 2456 2428 73
Srioto ..2872 2206 35
Vinton...i 1636 ?1275
-f ; 12437 10496,239
, Vance over B ind.v, 1941
' Locke was the Prohibition
candidate. .
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The Neisonvitle Mlnei soys:
The mines in tbe Hill east ol
town are sliil on fire. It ii
probable that the fire will burn
until the coal in ibe hillisex
liauated, mid then will spread
o oiheis unlet-s measures arc
taken to prevent it. Several
instances ol this ; character
have been noted in ihe news
paper's; one'' mine in Pennsyl
vania having been burning for
the last thirty years.
TliB Co-operaiive Mining
Company, at Nelson Mile, have
during the present mnnth im
portantly increased the daily
average yield of I heir mine.
The company are busy driving
iiew entries at their works
wli.ch. when completed, will
enable 'hem to add an addi
Mot of one hundred miner to
their present effective lorce.
l
Athens Messenger.
Archibald Mayo, of Chilli
cthe has resigned the office ol
Prosecu ing Attorney, , and
J idge Gray appointed W. E
Evan. E-q, the newly elected
Prose a ing Attorney, to serve
nm hi unexpired enn.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
David Burgpou and Satnantba Jauc
Speakmao. -
. Oeurge W. Doralny aud Emzi Ann
Dixon.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sack. j. fl.50
tjoru Meal per bush .70
Corn .50
Oats 40
Wheat ....,.1.00nl.lu
Beans ... ......l.ifi 16(1
Potatoes 60ff75
Dried Apples ; : .75
Dried Peaches ., 2. U
1 1 mo thy Seed per bash.
Clover -; .-'
Onions . .
Hay Vlonj
,, 375
v i
1-00
15.00a20.00
llama, country 12U
1 sugar cured....,.,.. 18
Smoked sides 12
Shoulders ;.v......M........ '.UK
Pickled Pork. .'. 8.1
fcugs v. '.!. 5 i J5
Butter... 25
Cteese .20
Lard IB
Tallow JD8
thickens, live lSa.25
Uocklng dalt per bbl 2.00
Sacka "-1 -15ai5
Vinejrar. cider .30
White Fish........... 7."j0
Mackerel ....... 10
Rio Coffee 88
Tea. .. 1.00al.25
Coffee Sugar.;. ;v. '-UK
Yellow C ,: 11
New Urlnans Molasses.,,... .80al.OO
Sorghum ' " ' ....... '4(i50
Syrup i': .hl.il .......j 75H.1.0O
Surfandlea, peT lb...., , 20
Tallow . ,15a20
Soap. Country' Dr lb :.;'J.C..'.'.l 6a6
Feathera fc!..,J.:,-i.i.li.'Ju.t rl
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I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of 1 .
FURNlTUilE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvtliiniT de
sired in my liiie. ;
A full stock of Cof-
HI
fins and Eurial' CAse's
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse wheif desired.
Corner , of High and Locust Street.
McARTHUR.d.V
Tmar17. -
H. A. BIOG1N3. J. H. HEINLF.IN. '
iiivg.ks h. iiciiLe, :
ASbf ACTURERS OFJIND DBA R8 1S
1TALIAX AMEiUC X 51 UBLEe
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
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NEW FIRM.
'Tlienrt(!ariirnart harlna rormf'd a co-p.ft-aer.hip
under the Arm name of
McCOMMON & EVAL'S,
Call the attention of the pqblio to Ihtir lull
atock of
Ladies' and Gf fits' Gold and
Silver Watches, '
fstCimrd mid HpiraChain
Solid Silver and 1'laJedWare
Ia3Larus and Morrla IaaproTed Speela
k - clra,
FINE CUTLER) GOLD PENS, AC.,
' And everything kept id a
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HEST CLASS JEWLEY STOEE.
Wtdiling rinxa and hair Jewelry made to or
der. Kepa'ritig of watches, olocks. and lewelrjr a
pn'mlty . ,
.NoHhnrgo for engraving roods .lioiuht ,
their store.
Knr corrpi-t time take it from their chrono
meter Ihe only one in the city.
Next Door to Warner House, 66
faint Street. Chniicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. MoCOMMOS,
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HURRAH. FOR THE CHEAP STOrL
We are now receiving
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.;,
bought at bankrapl eai& ' . ." ..'
. Never before bTe o been able to bfier aacb inducements (6 tLe tr4de i
now. , : . r
Tb pilei of food daily lold prore theit facta, that we sell more food--that
we tell iioodt cheaper tliat ; .
Celling more we fan n fiord to self iii9ptr:
than any rtnre in Vinton eonrjty . ' ,
We Hell the heat brand of flannel are ailit !ri (hia pAnntr w.'arai.4 '
equal to any heme made flanbal; try it
CLOtniNG FOR
Men; ynnth ahd Hoya of all aiiea and
a'ore. (Joihing, lloota niitt boe a epeoi'alty. The quelity -and tvU :
are onvrpaed. The pri ea of oar trrtoda are below all competition. Id fai -
no matter What you Want to but we nun ensure Vnu. our aunerinr aitaanUira r.l '
huvtnjt alone fur caah enahlea ua to
than you can purohase ih any market
R. S. & J. W.
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IOR DRUG
DR. C. CLINE & SON;
Wilkesviile; Vinton Co., Ohio
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HAVE fitted up their uew and coramndimU aUre.room In luperb style apir
neither time or money to reu'ler it equal in aroliiteetural ityle to nv
timm in riouthera Ohio, and hare replenished their former etook of Drugs.
I'alnts, Oils, Dye Mil IT. Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, t '
which the have ad lud a full and complete line of Yankee Notion. Tobaooo
kod Jewelry whioh they will sell U lowest putsible price for cash;
THE BROKER'S OFFICE v
will be oonduoted in the establishment
per discounted.
In connection with tbe Medical
Mb id Mu
lor the better treatment of all ohronio and au gioal diseases and deform iti en
under a corps of directors whu will employ nothing but QrsUcIusi medical tcl
ent os operatives ib the I nstittife. -Patients
oitB he aconrnmiidiiled after Hie firat kt n..iri,, :,!. t,.'.Cai..r.
lo' -'-12 and nuraing.at rates fur below
tution in the cities, and as good medical
wberc
Licves, linware, Glass t?nd Qiieensware, tool
aaa Glasses, and all kinds of House
Furnishing Goods.
RETAIL
a - ,v.i.HaKr v 3 :
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
Of every
Crates and Enameled Fionia. Ilrasa and Porcelain'.
Kettle). Wooden Ware ol all Hindi. Manufacturer of ,
Tin, t opper and heel Iron ware, both for wholesale Sod retail
trade. Orders solicited from 0"untrv dealer. . . ,
teSPOUTNG, roofing AND EEPAIEING CONE CHEAPLY.'
s-Spocial Indttcenleutg offered td those who will bay a full Outfit ,
for Housexeeping. . , t
Call and itiiuipure prices before pnrchnsini; elsewhere. - lftapr '
li ' VALLEY . El flU i
TllORODGll WOKKMANSUlj
BE Am W IF FINBSffii
Fine , Material Used In Manufacture.;
PERFECT IN TONE 'AND CbNSmUCliON, c
GREATEST D UR ABltlTYa
e e
THE LOWEST PRICED
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A-higher recommendation of thea( etcellent instrument aoalJ ff I jm
d paired than tbe nuoiemos testimontahi fmtn those who' have Used tn'ajrj tfr4,
iciven them the seven-at trial. ' Kotbinc etn be superior. to their light, 8eK ihe
tuaoh, while the qualitv isnniveraally admired. . Eoiy Valley Gri ii hot piy
warrantcd lor live yrars but ii guaranteed to git cvlre'
atlalactton vrto be returned at our expense. ' V i'" 11 1 :'a
; Send for illustrated eatalosoe with musio, , "
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153 WE3T FOURTH ST., CJNCINNA'S rt1 rl
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our lecoad atoek of.. ... ""' ' ''
and yoa will beconrihoed. W bat .
TOE MILLION. ,
ace will find a ooniDlete outfit ll our "
aell you abetter article for Itaa mone
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WILCOX
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as horetofore. Monies loaned, and pa - "
Department will be established ai '
what can be afforded at similar instV-
attendunta as can be procured Any-
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DEALER IN
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