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r-y SPECIAL- NOTICES.-
I . s V, - .. . i, i n t
, 4. F. TOWUL, Portsmoath, Ohio,
of ere XttWC Here'bab.ts' and Furnace
Meu of Vinton county, a taperior stock
of Dry Goods and Notion, bo terms
toe most favorable. 1 IVeptiyr
- n,: j. bcTwers,
KliMllEftT DEN 1 1ST,
.'.i "Jflc Arthur, Ohio. "
ftrtieolar .tumlon giren to the treatment
toe oeturel teeth. 1
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOARD of School Examiner.
(or Vinton County will meet ut tbo
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd (Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the lit Saturday in
January; ; February, June, ' July, Au
guaVand December, in each year. Ex
amiaatioos to oomuienee at ten o'clock,
A. 11, . Satiafuctory. evidence of good
'moral diameter will be required in all
eauet. A fee of 50 cents ia required
j law from each applicaqt
. U, 11 BAK. E.S CVo Hoard or
-J.S llll UN, Ihcbuol Ex-
L' O. PK'U'UE, LTk, J aminere.
Uowurtl Saul tar y Aid Association.
for the Belief and Cure ot the Erring and Ua
)(' fortunate on Principle, of C'briatiaa
.-i ,. " -. Pbihtattiropy. ' '
' Satire on the Error of Youth, and the foW
Ilea of Axe, la relation to Marriage and Booial
IrlU, with aantLiy aM for the afflicted
Ua free, in eoeleJ envelope. Adilreaa,
MvlW.tKU AiHirOUTIOlf, Vol P, Pl.:'viil
phia. Fa. ,
M'ARTHS. ENCAMPMENT
; NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
RKOUI.AR MertineanrthlaCn
-amnment will hereafter be
' 3Ieada.iT .vaalaa. el" each
-mmI.I on the meaJ Bad Mat
taenia. PmriHivlM ol tlier iKitni"ii-i
Xlio may be fluting 0111 jmo ere mvill to
altend. PAKIblluUTUN.C.P.
Jumh T. Rrra, B.
MuArihur, Krl.'r 17, 1170.'
The Favorite Fine-Cut
i ' 'Ab" 'i:hfwrr' i hou e. ia rio lakiiig ilie
1 lend o nil ..thcr Hranrie. bnght in color,
"I'UftW in "aele. totrnli and laviinir In rhew,
WyWpU'C" pone eer qiiHlitjr to milt
I'tlltrm. and fll I.) the 10 uiid Inn-k el
tiUv Wo i'hetr per putind, lhau anjr other
wnd of the tame nr.de and irlni lea.
vualur. Km htiekel nfihieceleiiiaiea brand
hare (wen anhl In t hillirolhe alone wilhin
elie IkkI two tmmtha. and iraif atill inrrraa.
Ing. -try It" bCHdCK'tK A KKAMKK
tilillliiollie, Ohio, are the Manufacturer.'
jtent ami ellallowat factor) Privea.
wmay l7 '.
QUEfcCrsjsW ARE
MYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
'.'..''. FAINT yillKT.
CIULLlVO TIJOIIIO,
I oVlTB rttA atientio. of merrlianle and fur
nnueirte'n to til Htrgt) etoi k or the auuve ar
t ule jhm rw-eive. We will aell at t .e ery
lowf rluim w Hr. rrrnre. Urdvra anlicited
nd uromptiy rfrttMiotl :o. lUl
AfttNTS WAN1ED1 ,
To aenYiftrotr n tMiiair,Tm GnDNoawiu or
THfcAUlHUKllAilVE HIS10KY
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By J. Periain, mitnr Wetern Rural, Chicago.
Complete and relml.lo. Wriltem mp rfar,
17 ituiniil iKrtraii, na utht-r eugm
niK. " I'hH great work la lorn in jiricw ad
I i fa bf tkimttmit . r terma, lermory, el!
,.,; K. HANAjr'Ul'CU.Pulililirri
171 W Hi i,t, Cineionati.
C.I UrIDH.-Iliftrior work m contyilnfcxu.
arlnrg piifhrd I'O nni If ii""d on.
Mr. Perrmm'e work ia lull. mAarUulUt, and
endoraed h I lit- ijreat leailnra. A'oae eflxr it-
H C JOKES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. . V. .'
REL ESTATE AGENT
SlcArlliur, Vhaton Ca, O.
REALtis'r ITE'
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAI!D3.
A BABE CHAKOiu TO BUT A HOME
1 BR hillewny h-mle will he poll, low on
J n aaoonblf tenn aa to it meul i
576 ACRES OF LAND
is
Putnam County West Va,
WIlulS 211118 or EAILRjAD
a4BIIle From Mate Capital
County 'fcoad Eunalhrouih Trace
KIN 8 PARMIMi LAND WITH
PLENTY CF I4CN 0HE.
. , . ' '
WA, watered.- About IA anrea -leered.
Uood iraine hu an oiiA tmilrtinjt".
TinilM-r-Hipur, waluut, oak, ab, hickory
! and loco at.
Title Perfect: .
' The erttrt'lract ir vaa-balt will be told
VEKr l .
irrmahir. jCalVeooa. ' '
laprl74 ' J ; H. C. JONfcS.
' lOAACRKi ot a :e timber land, near the
IXUmAO. R. R. The unila-r will more
tt.ait pa T t""1 " Pai n 18 ,h mrl'rt'
' Title perleat. For lull deecniHion eall mpob
orwnteto H.C. JtNFt.
JUA iTTITfllRXinilecf the M.C.R
fTvT.l Y K TbeJarmcontainHaiarrea
iflIiori aorea elaared. Kair improre-
u.enle. A ond coal sank opi nana
werlWiiir. 4k
, feet beat coal, r or eaie rrap.
120 Aerei In E&rrlon Township,
lOOD timber land, well watered and aear
VJtJie railroad.
Title perfe.'!.
WMIbt aotdlow.
IRdee
H.C.J"N-
nW'fl".!''
tnaooe eq avU ir wm ewwpwrf
enaaaNKj qn oa.p lfJ'
eJenq a "Vf i'il r? J
3P.OV toBAadj&Qa
wmino-oiiomo
.ilk rwtaa. fJat. aMlptal i-r bu
CUaarl fa" wltW Jl!?
WJ Ve 4 ' V '
THE VINTON RECORD
Official Organ of Vinton County;
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALE.
The Vibtoh BacoBD newspaper and
job office ia for tale at a bargain to i
caeb buyer. Apply to or address
JOHN T. K A PER.il cArthur.O.
.--Oi t
Miss Mamik Likir. of Lojrau,
is visiting Irlends id McArthur.
' Tui Ladies' Temperance
League meets Friday alteration
at balf past 2 o'clock, at Mr.
Corn well's.
Whiskey is netting the up
per iiaud in McArthur agiin.
The wave of reform has reced
ed almost to the bottom limit.
KfiV. M. J. AiAXWaXL will
preach at the Chrutiau t'hurch
Sunday morning and evening.
Subject! Christian Assurance
and IJetttity ol the Church. '
Tuk revival at the Dunkle
School Mouse under the direc
tion of Rev. Mr. Z'mmerman, o
the, United Breihren Church,
still continuei. Korly persons
have joined Hip church.
Oxb day last week the resi
df nee of Phillip Sill, in Jack
son township,- ras enteied,
while the family were absent,
ant about forty dnl'ars were
stoleu out ol the bureau draw
er.
As the last breath of sum
nier goes away and the bright
aulumnal weather draws lo a
close, Ihern is nothing so sad as
the t'loomy roiintetctnce of a
"summer loafer," when a cold
brerze finals up his pantaloon
ivg and asks him what be in
tends to do thi winter.
At (he teacher's examination
held December 5 1874,cenifi
cales were issued as follows:
For 24 montht. George E
Cooke
For 12 months. Annie Me-
Kniniss. Mollie Wei's and Le-
rov Lacv.
For 0 mouths. Sadie L Pil-
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk.
To Farmers and Stockmen.
We' ask atlention to li e d
vertineoif nt ot the Ohio Far
mer in this Hsue of our paper
Ii is among I lie oldest of its
kind in the country, and lor en
terprise, re 1 in bi I i t v and valua
ble pructlcal knowledge, il has
no suie)iur. Ii in a large, laste
tully printed weekly paper,
that will be warmly welci med
to every farmer's home il
reaches.
Union men ings have been
held this week, participated in
by the Chrisiiuh and Presbyle
riar Churches. Considerable
interest has been developed
and the services will be con
tinued during this week and
nex' Preaching 'his' (Thurs
d) evening in the Presbyte
rian Church. Services Ml the
same place on Frid ty eveuinit.
All are cordially invited to 'at
lend ihese meetings. .
ATTKMl'iS is directed to
ihe advernsemenl of W. A
Ttilley. Mr. Tolley has opened
a 'first-class , estalilishment
in PtniUDi uth, keeps a
good slock, does good
work. He Lhs been d
ing business in this seciion
oi tlie State lor a number of
years,'and has woo a i envia
ble reputation lor lair dealing
Orders or work entrusted ' to
him will be faithfully aud lair
ly filled.
Exhibition.
Mr O J. Billinithurst will
give aScioplicon Exhibition at
the Court House, next Monday
evening. Wc attended a pri
vate exhibition given by Mr.
BillinKburst, lart : night, at his
Gallery, and were delight lulij
ent' named, f The , eilubition
consists Ol beauWIul scenerv of
i ; .-
. CllirS, UlldhCapeS, public bulld-
! historical' scenes irotn the
Bible, and comic carricaiures.
Also a lecture on tbe proper'
ties ot light.' . i
I r i. .. .! .. .
. . .. . ,
TBI lteB' Irixb fashion U a
home rule ! baL hni i', no
I crown. ; ,;
1 :- tf ;.i ft
1
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Grade of the Zaleski Schools.
Grade of the Zaleski Schools. CLASS A.
' Ubbie Gist 93, Jos. Gwatkin
91, George Qrabb 90, Hannibal
Jones' 82. Marvin i Kasler SO',
Maggie Kinney 87, Mary Kin
ney 90, Glen Osborn 91, Mag.
gie Mack 93, John ' Mack 03,
Michael MacR B0, Luzern Scott
90, Mary Shearn 93, Betsey
Sands 93, Willie Warm an 83.
Grade of the Zaleski Schools. CLASS A. CLASS B.
Gflorge Albaugh 85 Mamie
Bonner 90, Amanda Bibo 81,
Florence Barker 80, McOrten
Dowd 80, Robert Dtbb DO,
Delia Freeman 80, Thomas
Finnegan 70, John Gwatkin 88,
Signl Green 90, Lawrence
Hays 80, Wm. Upsor 82, J..hn
Hays 83, Maggie Uaverty 90,
Annie Haverty 90, Ltwrence
Kinney 88, John Lesley2 88,
Jnhn Morris 78 Henry. Minis
ter 89 Frederick Minister 90,
Mateska Morgan 90, John.Oai
man 70, George Repck 90. E'l
za Sherron 88, Henry S'ocklin
85, Willie Stocklin 88. Katie
Stocklin 85, Dennis btillivan
85 Irabcoti 88, Carrie Li White
83 Mary tVanee 83, Mary Sib-
lald 85. EMa SibbaM 88,'John
Birke 80, Frank Wtlnroiwh
75,Tim.ihy Sullir-in, 80 Mich
aei Sullivan 83 Idi Puiz 85.
Explanation.
We have received a letter
from the man who had 'he key
to the Locust Grve Church
and we have also an explana
tion ol Ihe matter.b.v Mr Mil
lion. It appears that the man
who had, fhe key was noire,
sponsible for the non openlr g
of the church. It is an un
important matter, and we re
lieve the man ol the key en.
tirely from the responsibility.
We do not publish hie letter;
neither the orthography, use ol
capitals, nor grammatical con
struction ol lb letter would be
an y credit to a modern school -mnsler.
'
Wk call attention (o ihe ad
verlisemenl of Shrader & Beiz
in our advertising columns.
The senior partner ol this firm,
Mr. Shrader, is a buperior work
man, both in Ihe carriage paint
lug and trimming business; he
is well known and has an es
tablished reputation lor gool
workmanship. His painting
does not crack or scale off, but
will endure as long as the body
lasts on which it is put. Tim
is a responsible firm, and all
work turned out is warranted
perlect.
m
A party ol young gentlemen
hired some horses to attend u
meeting, last iunday night.
Coming back they whipped
up and ran Hie horses at an
unmercilul speed. One of the
youths had the virtues of (he
horse whip tried on him by the
livery keeper who believed in
the principles of Bergb.
SheP Oilman! (O. W GiU
mail's dog.) terminated his
earthly career last Saturday.
His owner passed sentence ol
death on him in the morning,
but being too tender hearted to
eXecuVe it, he procured ihe ser.
V.Ces bl Lvl WilrJoS, whose
Organ1 df Desihubtivehess'1 i
very large, as. executioners Af
cordingly, Levi, provided wlih
a shot gun, discharged a load ol
buck shot into the condemned
one, near ihe door of ihe Steam
Mill, at twenty minutes past 11
AM. The charges against
Sbep were,.-Extreme old age,
general '. " wori hlessness . - and
symptoms ol hydrophobia.'' He
had been a good sbepberl dog,
until lately and was a unlver
al favorite with the juveiiiles
He was nearly fifteen years Id?
which is an extraordinary age
for a dog, the average not be
ing over ten.' : ' ' '
' Charlik Ross baa been found
again, ihi!i,J)me at Chester, ill.
The supposed Charlie 'Will be
heliffor ideniifiralinn.. ,- M
DIED.
;' la.MoArthut'. Nov. 39itif 6f tlroMji
Alice Alveretta. infant daughter of
T. W'. and Mary L. Beliord, Axed 1
year, a motitlw and 6 days.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
ft Thomas P
Mareball and Rachel
611.
'f' , ' , -.WnllberiMvlo
Uo,n.d O. 8mth ad Tatj Ana
Sperry.
i r ta
Thi loilowing,lact and fig
ures may be ot interest U oar
teiders,-' .s there are' two at
three Boilding and Loan Asso
ciations in oar county :
The bonus question really re
solves itself into about tbe fol
lowing form: "How much less
than $200 cm 1 afford to fake,
paying interest, on 1200 lor it,
($12.00 per year,)iihout tnak
ing my interest too muob lor
tbe use ol what money I gftf'
Those who redeem shares in
the first year of the Associa
tion, may ascertain very nearly
the value of Ihe share, at sev
eral fates of bonus, from tbe
following statement ,
If the business closes up in
7 years, the member will have
paid in regular weekly install
ments, $13 per year, or $91
His interest at $12 per year,
tU. -And
be will have paid in
$13. which lias lain idle, that is,
without interest to bim, lor 6
years; a like amount for 5, 4, 3,
2. and 1 year. The unpaid or
lost interest : on his advance
payments will be a:6percsnl.
$16.38; making his total pay
meuu, $19138. If the busi
ness is not closed up so soon,
ol course he will pay more as
by the lollowing table:
Ijn Sjn. tjrr lOjre.
Pay menta
Iut paid
Int. iuet
91. VO IKH.UO iia.eo llao.oo
etoo
lk3t
tt.UI
lltlO
1.4
11.00
Ml
solo
Tutala flDl.31 , ItJJl 15io tM 10
Subtracting irom Hie total paid,
the amount, actually received,
($200, less tbe bonus) shows
what was paid lor tbe U6e of ihe
money, for the time it was held.
The annexed table shows the
result ol ihig operation (or
euch of the above periods, with
the per .cent, ol interest acluat
ly paid tiiereby, at ten differ
ent rates of bonus. -; ,
NUMBER OF
r r YEARS.-:
09
10
'$50
$55
$60
$65
$70
$75
$80
90
9 7
10 4
111
11.9
128
13.7
14.8
15.9
$85!
$90
1100
18.&I
The above rates percent are
true wihin 1-20 per rnt.; any
thing, less than 5 -100 being
dropped, and 'anything over
that being called 1 10
'7 8. 9
3 9 60 7.6
4 4 6 6 8 3
52 7 3 9.0
59 80 97
67 88 105
7.6 9.7 11.4
8.5 10.6 12 3
95 116 13.3
10 6 12.7 14 5
13.0 16.3 17.0.
tMMoNn 8, 1'htirographer, t'hillic4lia
gives eareful atiemion to making enp.
iea of other ploiurea Pictures may be
made as lrg e as life from the tiniest
li-cket picture, and made in e'ery way
aatiafactory by careful and judieione
coloring. Photogntplia from nature or
from other picture eoiced in the bet
tyles in oil, water colors, k-T'"'..p-tel.
or ink, at rates to auit all rireum
ititncpa. '
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK ........... 91.50
corn Meal per bush... ' .70
Com v . .60
0ta ,. 40
Wheat .l.OOal.10
Beans '. 17A.1G0
Potittoea 75ojl.U0
Drloil App'es 1.80
Drlctl Peaches ,". . . . . ..2.25
Timothy deed per bush .... ; 3 50
Clover - ... '-6.75
Onions ' ..... 1.00
Hay V ton . ..; 13.00n20.00
Hants, country .......
siijrar cured...
Smoked sides .......
Shoulders
Pickled Pork
Kjtgs.....:..
Butter.
Ct ease' j
Lard ... ;
Talltlw .,.,.i
Cliickensi live . . ..
.,12
.12)5
8.lo
.20
25
.20
' 15
. .08
15...25
8.00
15a 25
Hocking 4alt per bbl
SHcks
Vlnf
fgar. cider. ........... : . 0
White Fish ........ . ... '7.50
Mackerel . ..ii ; 10
Kio Coned .
Tea : . . ..1.00al.26
Coflce Sugar 12)i
leilow tj ' it
New Orleans
is MolaSSfeS 801.00
40(250
Sorghum
Vvrno
Star t 'arldles. per lb -30
l itHoW . - ... ; . . . . .Maac
SOnp. country per IP. ......,. 58
Feathers ,i . . .. ,......; -m- '-
Kajrs i)i
Coal, ir bus. 'm
tn
', i arUft i in "
', v GET THI'- J3 KST. ,
dmt - ' -'
f aa-S a
feAfeT.lSHEO W,r ... TBI IT TO 1tT,
TM OttdFAItJflER.
The larjf-at, most Interesting,
vnterpriainK and valioible .
Farmer'H Paper Publisliea. '
the onto vanamt i. 10-'
wrrklj pmpM-4 VTted tm Ac.
rlealtwre, Hwrdcwlcare, Lin Aleck. I'at
f, Pwaltry, Ailarr, Nw, flrfaW.
Readlna, Dwe.eetleJEeww.a.y, a t fcetr.
Mlacellawy. wttb tb. Iar.ee and afcl.-
Crw. ef rcarwlae C"iHfce V- r
wle.ed aa aarlewHaral. paper fa thi.
enaeu-T, awatar aa abl. aad eseeri aeed
wtZ& wm'"'-''
warytkia ww. tm e
r"?,M !' " i: !'4' V
Kead the Teirrtis.
all who will wmIl for aa
, Ven ree,. '
Siade rabeenptioB. MlMuee, poatag paid.
la elab" M 10 or ever, pwaji r". f ' .
W. 'ant wood acenU .Terrwhere.ann enw
... . a 1 1 W asill aaukalw tnm mm
.Ui JlAvi. f.i
lt
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'
HERE NOW!
W J
I have jiist manu
factured and am noTV
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FURNITUHE,
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my l&e.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PA It IS II UTOIY,
Corner of High and Loonst Street;
McARTHUR, O.
Tmarltr
H. A. BIGGINS. i. B. BEINLKilB.
IIIGGaNS tL I1EIXLE9I,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEA RS IN
ITALIW AUERICW MVnDLE,
Scotch Granite.
And all Kinds if Monuments and
. Tombstones,
McARTHUH, OHIO.
Jopr.874
NEW FIRM.
The oniferaigned harln formed a eo-part-nrhi
p under the Brat name of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
jCall the atlention of the publie to their lull
Block of
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
FYs Guard ttnd VperaVhahu
Solid Kllrerntid PlaledVTare
lAsarae and Ilt.rrie' Ia.pr.ved Speeta.
clea, ,
'KINS CUTLER i GOLD PENS, AO.,
And ererythtng kept ia a
riEST CLASS JLT STORE.
Wedding rinn and hair Jrwrlrv made to or
der.
Keprrlng of walchea, elocka. and rewelrj a
prciaiiy .
No charge for angra? ing fooda bought at
ineir aiore.
For correct time take it from their ehrono
meter Ihe onlj one in the eitjf.
Next Door to ' Warner Hoots, 66
Faint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. McCOMMOK,
W.E.KVANS.
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HURRAH FOft THE CHEAP3 CT6niI
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;':?. ' - "We art new rewiin our ssooad fteek of " ,.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
. , ' , ( ej...
borhtatDankraptaaie
Never before have we been able to efTef toeJi iadbMttefits to theDail. If
tow.
The piles of goods daily sold prove thesl facta, tshl till iore'giJd4r
that we sell goods cheaper tbat w.
ellihg luore we rati afTbrtl 0. theafct;
thin h store In Vinton eottnty. . .. i
Wa tell the beat brand of flannel ever Mid In this coubtrf, smnteeT
equal fi any botne made flahtel; try it and jod 111 be convinced, lfi have'
CLOTHING FOR THfi MILLION
Men, yobth and boya of all sixes And aes will find1 4 cV)iHptefe.tht4. it M
a'ore. Clothing. ItoOia hnd hOS a specialty. The quality ind style"
Sre nnivfpaeaed. The pH?es ot our coeds are below all ebinpetiQcrn'. lo Act t
no batter what yob want to buy We cab assure 70a, ovf Superior advantage 61
boy ing alone for ctpb enables ns to sell yob abetter artfole for less BOtt
tfaao yon can purchase in any market
R.S.&J.W. WILCOX,
!lnmlcfl40
DR. . C. CLINE
Wilkecville, Vlntort Co., 6fU6 -
UAtfi fitted up (heir uew and com modiorii store-room in supbfb'etyfe spafr
neither time or money to remlef if eusl id architectural style' (0 an
roOtri in rlodthero Ohio, and have replenished ttielf fomttfr a(6'8? of tfr's.sa
Paints, Oils, Dye Stotft, Patent and Famllv Medicines t' repletion, to
which thev have ad led a foil and complete1 lifie of tankee Notion. -fofiaoeo .
and ilWeify whieh they will sell St lowest possible prices for eaabj
TnE "-BROKER'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishment aa beretofbre'.' ttotrles loaned and Ja'"
per discounted ' ' ' ' "
In connection with the1 Medical "department will be esiaiiistied a
Medical nl Mi
for th better treatment 6f ail chronld and ad gioal dlaeaaes a bd d'eformltle
under a corps of directors' vfh'o will employ nothing but nrttxlast medical tal
ent as operatives in the Institute. ; : . ..' ' - ;
Patients can be accommodated after tbe flrdt of October with boareVot; .
lodging and nursing at rates far below what can be afforded at similar Insti
tutions lo tbe cities, and as good medical attendant) as can be' procured any
wbeti. "
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Qtteeiiswarej Loot
ing Glasses, and all Kfiids bf Housd
Furxiisliingf Goods
cJS. HtJ H M;
RETAIL DEALER IN
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LAMPS AND LAMP FtXtUiiES
a
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Of erhrv
, Grate arid Enntneled rrofalA. Orslti ii Porcelaiii
Keltlea. tfUodesi Jfmre. 61 all Itltldji. Maaataictaier mt
Tin, Copper and beet Iron wrife.botb for wholesale and retail "
trade. Orders solicited from oimntry dealers. in'
la-SPOUTTNQ, B00FI5Q AND EEPAIRIUrt DOSE CHEAPLY.
ISMoial Indricejheiitt offered to those wild will bar a foil Outfit
M Horasekeeping".
Call and eompnre prices belnte ptircnssinjt eiswnere. ;. i"pr
11
VALLEY
THOROUGH WORKMANSHIP
1B1B A1LTTF MJlllHJ
1rSo Material Used in Manufacture
see
i EEFfitiT IN TONE
GREATEST DOR ABlLITYL
THE LOWEST
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1 h.ghef MwomnVerldatioi of tbeae
A IIIKUCS tDWUII.IWIIe....M wa www , , , .
AlmtJt im. mr, 4mmtfnnntmli fmm lhM-1 WHO bat llMd.fheftt in-tT
(then them ihe aevereat triala. Nothinjt can be swriorj the Utrbt,
totitiii while the quality ia ai.lveraallv admired. Every Talley Gkm k v)
warratifed 6r ffve years bttt taarasile tU atltrv,
aallafacllwia or to be returned at nor
Send for llhistrsted eafaloene with
Dealers
15S WEST F0UETH
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ii
driacrintion
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6 i)
AND COif SraUOTON
eioeiieni risfrwfteBta eonrf o!tl
expense.
mono.
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111
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price;
l.fl.MtfiwiN&iCO.i1
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in Pianos and OrgtiiisV ? 4 .
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