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.IT SPECIAL NOTICES."
ppj. ..TUVfMX., PosVmwua, Uhicy
olers to the ' Merchant' alid Fornace
aeu of Vinton toumy, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notion, on termi
' the MOM favorable. ' Iveptlj
HrM. J. BOWERS,
., KLXIDET DliN 1 1ST,
' McArthur, OJiio,
V Fmieular aUrunoa jn ra to tbe Unlml
the natural laeih. ,
Notice to Teachers.
THE ROAltD of School Kiaminers
for Vinton County will meet at the
..Union School Home, In McArthur. on
' to let and 3rd haturdays of March,'
April, May, September, October and
November, and tbe 1st Saturday in
January, February, Jun, July, An-
gust and December, in each year. Ex
sulnatione to eomnienoe at ton o'clock,
'" A..M. - (Satisfactory evidence of good
r amoral character will be required in all
.csaei. A fee of 50 cents it required
t. iy law from each applicant. .
VI. It. BAttUES (Jli'n ) Board of
. J.S. UUUN, -. .School , Ex-u
L. O.'f EUL'UE, Cl'k, J aniiners.
,i::iA,. ..
.xtlowwtl Sanitary Alii Aaaocia-(Ion.
or lhHllradCurofh Erring ad Ua
,h:-: (oHnimtaoaPriallaaoruhr((Ma 1
.-. i ... i :. v i. I Philanthropy. ' '
' , V S.eaya on the Errors ot Touth'.'and the fcl
-' ' tiee of 44 in talatioe to Marriage nail Social
"'EViU, wttli aeoiiaiy .aid tor the', arMcM
aA.Seo frae, la aaaleJ envelope. A'Uraae,
' 'HOWARD AlfkKJUTlOfl,, Boa P, PVs-mI
,(., . I I f - "'( t l ' j
.: M'ARTHR. ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0,0, F,-
REUUI.AR Mevtinvtorthla Ka
i a 1 1 1 hi 1 1 1 hruf!M he
- . A V'- III I' 1 1 . - -
'OrSle ' "U- Il aera-ui Uet
4 fi .J I ...ill... mf MRli
Uuh..!. U.lh,.A.Ii. nl UllitaP MlH'MIUIIIllli
j. wbiSiiitfV b vielliug om own ana inviioH u
attiiid.. - PAKIbllUKlUN.C.P.
Juax T. Rra, 8. ., , . .
'-' .HtfArihur. rWv 17. 1870. '
JEe Fayori(e Fine-Cut
i 'II E tln-wt-rn' fhiiiea. is nua Inking Ilia
I lA a. .11 .ilhtip ItpunHa. ktitfhl Itl tonlor.
civrrj. and t) ihv in uiid hm-ket
llW WurheHiier (iff pnunil, Ihxu an oilier
rSun-uo iinHPt-ai-ex fiery qiwluy lo -nil
HrJiitU r In. am- nrHiir aim irni iri
'giikliiy. luo hui hrlk ol ihia i-rlelitaiM lirKixl
' htir wan anlil In rhillii'olhff aUnio wilhin
UmliiHlwo muulh., ami Irnoa -nil inrrraa.
' III I Tryll" bCHdiKrKK KKAMKK
, Olhllicoiliu. Ohio, ara tha Mmmrnt'dirara'
agent ami cell ul lowtut Hacturj Prtcea.
. JI-maT U74
; WYE & MAC KEY.
"OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
' " 67 J'AIKT yilikX
'QlIlLLlCUTIIEmiO,
' ' "t VVITE trio atirniKin of invia1alila id fur
, JLuauvinan l lh lar" "lo- HaMllaMoo ar
irla-jui-l rocaivail. W will ll hi t fery
I lonvil Biirra in I lie trails. Order, aoliviu-d
' anil iroinilijr allfhiuii .0. iaiul
AGENTS WANltDl
TUEA'tmoKllAllVli UlblUltf
, UK iJlU
iFARMLh'S MOVEMENT
H i. rariam. ?ulr Weftern Rural, Odieaiia.
.CumAr ajnd at-HaMa. WrUUm tf lo lut1,
. iti7i. H 4iriaul iNtrtrailHi loi ullittr eiiKru-
'Min. 4T I'hia great work la arfoaaatt
. ait ijm a AaluWf. .'ir lrm, Marniir , ei.n.
H.liiTt-ji. K. NAKKI'CO.,l,ullllh(ra,
Hi W 4lli at, 'Cincinnati. ii .
CA UTIuH.-lMiHot worh-, af oanjuVofioai.
'Kf" l.t-iut( UIimI rio ool I mil iiHd on.
Mr. ferriain'a wi la lull. aaAoriiill, and
'aduraail liv tna Krrai leailrra. rVuat' offer k.
Jrl C'. JOKES,
rv.i i :: attobet atiaw, .-i .
HEL ESTATE 'AGENT
,;, -McA-llmr, Vlittoa C.0.
-r.V.:BEALr.lTE :
Sought, Sold and Exchanged
' CHEAT B ARGaT&S IN IASTD3.
' A EASE CHAM Oil TO BUT A HOME
Vl H E ' fi'llowinii li.niia trill b aolii low on
'"A raaonableterinaa lo jaiment i
576 ACEES OF LAHD
Putnam .County West Ya.
i TOUXJ 2X MIla-B PJ JAILR ,AD
11 '. . mi- Jo . .J t .
- . I , a, . , ; r '
'iil niiai a?r.im iftf rnnltal
u ,i 1 1 1 n
Comity load Buns 1 trough Trace
1 FINE FAKMINU LAND WITH '
PLENTY CF IUGN ORE.
... ... ...... . '
J RLti trad. Aboiit ii ara '1arl.
IrUoud Iraina tiou an-' oiit-lniillina.
TiruWr-"Plar, araiuut, oak, ah, niukorj
uv.ocB,-)il.: . ...
. .. Title Perfeot. '.' -
' Th aotira ifacl i'r ona-bair will be i'old
VEKr !..
tma lair- CaB aoo. f ' '
t i.ur..7 ;,r .. - ,..:'! H,0. J0M as.
,, ...... i ii i : '
tOArRB ' ,n imhr land, haar tha
IZUm AU, K. B. Iha tinitwr will more
T.an (a Ibr tha land II put of io tha market.
Title iierfecl. For lull ilaacriiitinn oall imoa
orwritala B. C, JtiNRH.
j5AtriTnin x "''' ,h M.c.R.
'lTBI YY K. Tha larmconUinaWiaeraa-i.
ISllurty aorea claarcd. rair ImproT.
in acta. oal hank ojieaand
-WorhioK. fct beat oal. vPraairarap,
' 'J I I i I j .
129 Acres ' in Harrison Towns&ili,
GOOD timbar land, wall watered and neat
ilia railroad,
'l itla parfei t. i
WW b aold low. fc . 1M0 ;
. i Mii
an Howoaj IwiaaaHa taHtH
tajaeaar of iJTID -BONnTja it lWj
-auMM-rWJojeafcxyai atdmwgJEI
Inuooo an jo tyad u am wavHJ f
aMaauayja)JtJuaJUaAdjaaapJuilu8 :
f atfat iMlPw waauo aura aqi m katudias a aa
nOV 9 113 A3 j aod
HnirjinQ-oiiorJio
KaTTvl
THE VINTON RECORD
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALE.
The ViVToN Bicoap new-paper abd
job office it for aa!e ala baryaio to a
euab buyer. Apply to or adJrea
JOHN T. HAPEK.MeArtbar.O.
Nixt Friday li ClirintblttS. 1
?-
AK injunction hai been Bled
to restrain payment olBoweD.
- .'aaaa : J
,
r TI3 is the lat uioaih of the
present year. We give tins' in
formation free gratis. '
Tur liappiest man in town
The man who pays liis subscrip
tion. ' ' '
.The phybicimis say McAr
thur ia very healthy this'' wiu
ter.
Capitalists lnm PbiUdel
plua'Were in town lasf Monday,
tor the purpose ol examining
our ore lands. i
' Trig prolenai'inal loafers are
rpady lor, the winter campaign
around the comlnrtable stoves
of ofjlces and Mores.
Tub '-coming idhi.7, will prob
ablv be alona In tbe night,
with an oOtsider" and a dark
latitern.
Till Lidiex' Temperance
LoBgue meets Friday afrnoon
at half past two o'clock, at Mr.
Isaac Reynold'. ,
have been, hiving quite
a touch ol winter (or the . last
tew days, nd as a consequence
overvoats an' in brisk domand.
Now ia the tune to let the
public know what yon have in
the line of Holiday Goods.
Don't wait until it is too late
Tub surest and quickest way
In drain a . farm, Is to put a
mnrtgaffp upon it at a high rate
of interest.
aaa-i
Wk would like In have a cor-
reepnuOnMn every townsHp
in the couuty. Don't all speak
at once.
Bi.wek thinks ' bis Diinstiill
cock iff a fine bird, but it has
too large a bill to suit i lie pen
pie reaches loo deep into the
county trea-iiry.
Wk can furnih the RkCord
and (r'rdey's Lid.v's .Book in
el ud ill if a handsome chrnmo--
"The Rescue" lor $4 40 per
.v ear. ', .' ' -. '
The examinations in ' our
schools commenced yesterday,
1C i'Ii inst. . The patrons and
friends ol the schools are invit
ed to attend.1
i WiliN you come lo pay your
taxes, remember . that we are
jirst as willing:; to receipt lor
subscription as the TreaBuret
is for .1 axes.
f iib todies ol the Presbyleri
hii Cherch will hold a Festival
to-morrow, evening, (Frtdav)
lit the (Join t House. The pub
lic generallv are invited. .',
' Now is lite time lor our 'mer
chant to come in with their
ClirUttiiaS And New ; Year ' ad
vertisements Can't expect to
sell unless tW people are fold
where tovntnu. : -.
i . .taw.
.v, Mew. - Hubatribeirs are still
comiiig in, and yet' there , i
room for a tew more. HardJy
a day, pa-sea Vu I ,'we ,Bre cre
ed with words of t'heer reitard
in'g the tneiits pi the ReckBD
..l',,,! i i . ' '. .'.
: Country schools are filling up
rspidiy ?vHh '..j'big I scholars"
whni laying aida ihe labors of
the, l.farm,',' ! start ,'; ul on . their
winter's schooling and annual
trial of iheir teacher's nerves. ' j
f.T.l:i ! aw.ai 'n.aii .1 :.-
' Some people1' who have no
business ot tbojr own ; to ttllehd
to sppear to be verv !much itltel
eiterj.iri' f eguliitirjg that of otbefSi
From: all 'SrJoh !l buy bodies
0 d p o? lio rtl , He f i v"e r tj B.r n-',
Va an. .(og ; hoilse,' ai)oqi.a
mi0- arid- three quart ers'iroim
i;-.'t n't i.!'.-- f I r ' " V' ; vi
, iqwu, oil Ihe yreiDiei) o,h. V-
Uodge burnt ilowii last Tuerf
'uieii bad' bUlH a fire ill ii7and
-I -Mil J (I'l-Kl 1 'I I ' !i-,(l-..lf - i'
iknh beefA parpusiiig, ,her 7for
SorjaenitlieVUtl nTiafftlgnj ana
Proceedings of the County
Commissioners.
The Ci.mmiaioners of Vin 1
ton county began their iDecem-
ber iMSiion Qb Monday 7th inst.
A fall board not present till
Tuesday afternoon ' when Mr.
Kliy arrived:
'ThOoUowIng roads were) es
tablisiTed on final reading of
I be reports of views and sur
veys.: ' . : ;
Road trom NelsonVllle road
by Ooalmonl lo Alliens road,
miles east oi Zaleski, in
Kiiox township, T. Rannells,
principal petitioner. No dam
ages assessed.
Road in northeast part of
Elk townnil principal pel I
iioner, llolden Tripp. Oam.
ages - allowed, 1231 25, lo be
paid Oiit 'of the county Treas
ury. I
Road to the soutliWest Irom
Mortrthur, VVm. F. Felton prin
cipill petiiioner. Damages al
lowed. $1,051, half to be paid
out ol the county Treasury and
hall by the petitioners.
ij Views were granted on the
following petitions: :
Rotd ,irnai ;. McAribar to
Gold's Nursery, view lo take
place Decemter 29 h, 1874.' ;
Vale road, view on 12. h day
of January, 1875.
Unm Sw'aiin, John Dowl
and John Daugherty were ap
pointed viewers on both the
above road. , i ,
: The chief bills that were pre
Sfnted and allowed: i
'Lifayette Ravnor, 'lor re-
p tirs and painting to (Jourt
Unus', $150.
J. . y. Bo wen, for printing
and atlvertiing, $C35 85. The
latter has one item of $352 lor
one insertion ol Oouiinisdinnera
report. An outragous charge
and taking the item as it reads
228 squares, in connection with
the highest published rale in
his paptr it would only be one
dollar per square, making a to
tal oi $228 ' J
We understand it to have
beeu allowed ai a session when
nitty two of tlio (jiHiiinissioii
ers were present. Mr. Teters,
who opposed the same being
absent. This ought to be look
ed to, :,'
t
Transfers of Real Estate.
Jtiliii M. Thomas til Majida
Irlia Maule, quit clairtlj lo hall
ot ln-toi Mil." 11, Uaiiiden, $60
John Ti Fureinan, et al lo
Joseph M F'irf m tii, S8 .iCfi-s,
Elk township, $4,000.
Josfph M. Ftr-man, el al to
John Foreman, 44 1-10 acres,
Elk township, $3,000
Itilla Farley t Julia A. Sim
mons, 15 acres, Knox township,
$200. ' ; ', . ;
Emma J. Ross and Utlsband
to John F. Robbins, qua claim
to ot 160 acres, Knox town-1
ship, f 352 50. '
, Leww Sims to Henry T. Bray,
77 acres, Jackson ! towuahip,
750.
Win. Smith to Uenry T. Cray,
2 acres, Jackson township, $20
' UeryT. Bray to John R.
Pat ne, 80 acres, Jacksoli town
ship, 11.600. '
Zitleskf Company to Patrick
fclannigaii, el al, 104 acre-,
Brown township 82.616. ..i .
Geo. R Ball to Austin .
Hush, quit . claim to 40 acre-,
Knox township. $30.
John E McVey by Sheriff io
J. M. Ruiiigf v & Co tparl oi
in lot No 37, Mti Pidasajt.
$244 67.
' John Lpwellert to John U.
Bennett, 65 acres, Knui tdwrj.
fiii 1500 . ,.".!..
VVk take, plousufe. in. direct
ing attention id the ailverMe
ment of the Cincinnati Uazette.
which appears in tiiother col
nmnl It offers unilRdally stfong
indudements to subscriber-."
ThS' Gazette' is 1 too ' Well
known to need ariy, irttrdduc
tlon lor 1875. It is R publican
In pHuclpIe, but exp'oieB'-wrong
fa all. parlies, without fear or
favor"; ..i i ' '
( oeen ior years oeiore. increas
Vb'rifrV'WgiaaVe aktjdMfiglUnpt. .is vvecewary . for
Tuk City, Uoihea oontam
witolfr otilduTiiSadve'riisemerriu
o burglar prof sales. :Thi is1
a significant UcL It goes ten
shuiv that there , is (fiore steal,
ing d nef nw thaMir (Jifcr):1has
tbe seenrity of property.
.n.iuio tiir i A
From Richland Township.
of the Record.
- Ed. , ; Vihtos ; IIjcobkAs
yotl occasionally publish ar
ticles describing tbe immense
mineral resources of Vinton
Bounty, but like tbe acts, and
wisdom of Solomon the half
has not been told. I think
proper to give some account
of a region souih-wesi of Mc
Arthur which reems to escape
he getlerAI notice and: is rich
in iron nfe and coal, as1 a sam
ple of which I will mention a
few cases on the '.and owned
by Sedge Nxoo there has been
upwards ot bile thousand tons1
of the best iron ore taken out
i.i . -
the two past'Reasons for which
the higest price was received;
a short dlstatic from that, near
the' centre of ftichlshd town
ship, on land owned by ft.herl
Alkei AEqn there has been
well up lo one" thousand tons
taken out since last harvest of
first rte ore Aomraanding the
brghesi'pricej this' same land
produced fifty, bushels, of corn
to the acre the last two years.
Likewise this region abound
with the vefv' best stohe Coal,
and continually finding hlnre.
There are three veins tiiat are
flow worked, part of the two
lower veins it is thousht will
nuke iron nn l is thought be
i qiiai to the Jackson coal.-"
Likewise it abounds wi'h ex
cellent iimbei, and the local
situation: is good being seven
miles and a govd road to llnnV
den, and four miles to the
Richland furnace and railroad,
and an excellent road to Chil
licothe in which direction
a large amount of this coal is
now going for blacksmilhing
and niher purposes.
As printers object i to lengthy
articles. I . will stop for the
present, but may relet to this
subject ngf-in. .' -i,
RICHLAND TOWNSHIP.
A tdiff slole a wagon load
of crn from Mrs. S. P. Dillon
who lives just above from on,
, Saur Kbaut pot pie is the
latPdt Logatl fashiont
' HoW to treat a wile Treat
herMo a new dress.1
A yawl boat One filledwilh
crvfiiL' babies.
:n."
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
dowph W. Leach and Hester Ann
iWlaiid.
TJcnJamlii F. Dozer, and Amanda
Rayi
Andrew, J. Smith and Amiiida Jane
Entsler. ' ' . , ;.
LbUe'ii Roblnett and Amanda Ellen
Seymour. ..
Henry Philip's and Elizabeth Field
er.
MARRIED.
8M1TH-KUT3I.EK.-At the resl-
Meitce ot the bride's fclllifcr, Henry
Eutsler, tlfcrtf- McArthur, bli tile 13th
lnt b itev: Wm. Wallace. Sir. A.J.
SwIth aiul MUs Mary Jakk EutsLkh.
btith of Vinton comity. The printer
was kindly re nlrihbered by some
ha .dsorhe we hatug cuke. May they
live luug and lie' rnarlfoil S.
. fiauNB , rhotojjrapher. Chilliouthe
gives oareful attention M iliaking tsop
k4 of othbr t:(iioreH. Pictures may be
made aa lurae as lift from th tiniest
h'tjket picture, and Iuiide in rivefy way
satisfillitiiry by oarelul Sod judioiuUa
Odloring. Photoffnifiliifniih tiatoteiir
from other pictures colced iri tlie' best
atylea in oil, witter colors, vT'iri. f"ts:
tel or iuk, at ruts' to 'hit all t-iroum
'tancaa. .
McArthur Market.
..
Flour. er kui'K
uirtt Meal per bush ... .
l.oO
.70
uorn ..... ,
Outs
Wheat ..M.i-.....,.100a
-50
bVatiS ;;.;;;fi.li.l 7A 160
t'otittde'S ............. ..;:'.. 75gt.UO
Drreil Apples l.M
Dried Peaclies .. , 8.25
Tluiotliy Seed perbttsh.... - ' 8 50
Clover " - " 675
OlllcdlS .! I't'i..'.! too
Hay V trfrt ; :..15.00u20.00
Uatus.ctfdiitty. .UJ
Biiyar cured 18
Sinoltwt Sides. t .-( a .12'
shftntders ' .12J
Pkskled jeork; . n . v x. . . . 88 lu
Kggsv.. .20
Butter ji. ..(;. 26
ttefse " .20
Lard
Tallow
ClilCjienS, live
Hocktira SAlt per Vbl.,
SiieU . .......
YfhVtfiir-. cfdet.. I...;',
White Fish ...:
mi
MaCkerel .
Kio Cott'pe
Tea . . ...,...;v.,:i.0al.M
cofte susrw... ;.;...iJ.. :. tsx
rellow ; ",'! .;;...,.c.j.;ri.:.;,i
New tJirlea'ir'J Molasses. ,&0a 1.00
Sorghum ' , " '. ".J"50
siyrupu t;. i "taai.tao
Surt'aAdMs, per,lb.j;..H...'..' ! -80
Tallow - . ,. , , .2, ,.-.,. f.,,l9W
Tallow " . , v-.f.f'.,i!-
rxtsjaittijr pfib.?.-.l::i.?.-'M
VfStrtWMWHsoi w!..yj. .owl. eajfl
uu..o . . . . . .. .. ... ( 4l
...J. "Tll-l-a "ll Iji-YJ
HERE NOW!
i M
, I! have just mailli
factured and am now
offering at lowest.pri.
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FDRNITUHE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthinir de
sired in my Hue.
i ; V
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
.i'rlKIS Ili'KTON,
Corner of High and Looiut StrceU
.'v' MCARTHUR, O.
, 7mar17: ' i ; v
H.A. HIOGINS. , J. H. HEINLKIN.
illtatilKS & llfifKLE.v,
MANUFACTURERS OK AND DEa RS IK
lTAIXlk AMERICAS MARBLE,
Scotch Granitei
And all Kinds of Monuments and
', Tombstones,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Sapr.l7l
:Mw FIRM.
Thanndanlnad hmlna 'ormad a co purt
perehi nuUgr the Aim uama of
McCQMMON & EVMS,
Call the Attention of tha publio lo tbair lull
, atock ot
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
feilCvard und OptraVhaine
Solid Sliver and I'laledWare
La Kara and Blorria' Ianprarcd 8peelav
.. I clra, r .
" Fine CUTLERS GOLD PEN'S, 40., ; '
I And aTaryihtndkrplin a !
FIE3T CLASS JEWELRY STOILE,
- Wadiliag rinca and hair Jawalry made to or
dff. Kepa'rjng of walchea, clooka, and ffeftalrf A
apaomlly , .
No I'harrfe for enj(rmg (toodJ houuhl at
thairainra.
for correct lima take It from their chrono
meter the only one in tha city.
Kext Door to Warner House, Stf
Faint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. H. MeCOMMON.
AV.E. EVANS.
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iV - ,x A'vvHw 3JM. ::' IM' .'.' ',:.., .mm'.
HURRAH FOR t HE CHEAP GTORG
;- - r. . , i of
i r. .
!II -62 Jr Tf, TOT
UU V VV
Va arc bow reeeWing oor Seoond stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
boupht at bankrupt sals,
Never before have we teen able to offer each indacekeats to tb bait ai
nrjw.
The piles of gooda daily sold jtroe these facts, that wk' sell mors Hood-2
that we sell goods cheaper that .
Celling more we tan ailbrd io tell Cheapen
than any store in Vinton county.
We sell the beat brand of flannel eer aold in this cbbntry, warranUel
equal to any borne made flantiel; try it and you will be convinced. We bite
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION.
Meri, youth and br-y of all aitea and tpet will find a eooiptete eutfltat oar
a'ors. Clothing. Iloota and ffhoft a specialty. Tbe quality and atjla
are unavrpsaaed. The pri es of our troods are below all competition. In fact,,
no matter what you want to buy we can assure you, our superior advantage of
buyinp alone for cah anahlea na to sell you abetter article for less mongy
tban you can purchase in any market . .
R.S.&J.W. WILCOX,
HamdcnVO;
EXCELSIOR DRUG STOBEI
DR.W.G.CLINE&SON.
Wilkesvii!erVint()n Co., Ohlb "
HAVE fitted up their new arid dhrdmodious'store-roora In superb style epard,
neither tiule or money to rerj.ler it equal ia architectural style to any
room In Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former etdak of . Drugs?,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffr, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, tot
which they hare ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobaecol
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible pricee for oosh.
Tllli BKOKEH'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishmeut as heretofore. Monies loaned and pi
per discounted; . . y ' ' .- ',' -. , 1
In connection wilh the Medical
111
ical d Sup!
for the better trehtment of all chronic ahd sd gleal diseases and defoimitiesj
under a corps of direotort who will employ nothing but firsUoIass mediosl taty.
ent as operatives In the Institute. . . . ,-.
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with boaraVfljfj
lodging and nrirsing at rates far below what can be afforded at similar insti
tutions In the citiesi and as good medical attendants ds eah be prooursd sjj.
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Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Looking-
Glasses, and all kinds of House
Furnishing Goods';
T':S...'KXJ:3a
RETAIL DEAttiri IN - ' ' ' '
uj ;;'M W!m S
lamps And lamp fixtures
Of every
Grates rind Enameled Fronla, Brass and Porcelain,
kettles, Wooden War ol all Hinds. Manufacturer ff
Tin, Copper and s-iieet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade." Orders solicited from collntry denlers. . . ., .
i-SP0UTTNG, ROOFING AND
i-SrJedi41 Inducemeuts offered
ior Hrjuaekeenin?.
; Call arid couipure jfiriccS before purchasing elssr.'here.
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GOTOGaV.SlSSOES.
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Department will be established a j
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description . i. T
EEPAlRINCr TjONB vHEAPET.
to tLos'e who will Dtiy'a fall Outflj
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