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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
JUcArthtir, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
of lb natural teeth.
No B08MB3S DoHH Olf SaTCEDATI
J.F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio, offer,
to the Merchants sod Furnacemen of Vinton
county, a tupenor stock of Dry Gooda and
Notions, on terms, the moat favorable. John
iillelant, Traveling Agent.
Sept. w j.
A. SPENCER NYK.
J. 8. MACKET.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Oaj and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITETHE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT STRET.
CIIILLICO TIIE, OHIO.
atoctim
Notice to Teachers.
TBE BOARI'UScnool Examiner for Vin
on County will meet at the Uuion School
Bouse, In McArthur, on the 1st and 3rd Satur
iy of March, April, May, September, October,
and November; and the 1st Saturday m Janu
jry, February, June. July, August, and De
cember, in each year. Exnniinaiions to com
mence at tea o'clock, A. M. Satisfactory evi
dence of good moral character will be required
n all cases. A tee of 60 cental required by
aw from each anolicant.
M.R.BARNES, Ch'n, ) Board of
J. 8 HUH N, School
li. O. PERl'UE. Clerk, (Examiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. For the Relief and Cure of the Erringand Un
fortunate ou Principles of Christian
Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lies of Age, in relation to Marriage and 8oeial
Evils, with saniiuiy aid for the alllicled
Seat free, in sealed envelopes. Address,
OWAKD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.lladel
phia, Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
.... TlKCULAR Meetings ofthis En-fP3&'-
JVnmpment will herealter he
5yvsOEheltJ on the cconl oml limt
VtovV-"" Wednesday oveiiltitrs of eavU
nioutli. Patnarchs 01 aider eiicainpmeuis
who may be visiting 0111 n are invited to
attend. JOHN P. DUNKLE, CP.
John T. Rupxb, S.
MeArthur, Feb'v 17, 1870.
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3a fall stock of all
kinds of
FUKNITUKE,
i
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS MORTON,
Corner of High and Looust Streets,
McARTHUR, O.
7martr.
REWARD.
For any cese of blind,
hleadinff. itching or ulcer
ite.l piles, thai lietiing'a
,'ile Reinedv fail to cure.
It li prepared tn cur the
piles aud nothing else. Bom 07 an aruggi-iw.
Price 11.00. ....
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Officii! Organ of Vinton County.
LOO AL MA.TTE'ttS.
Fatal Accident.
Lantz, a bright lad aged
sixteen, a soa of Qeorge Lantz,
met with his death in a strange,
sad manner last Saturday eve
ning. The boys of ur village
are in the habit of indulging in
a game they call "chug," which
consists simply In "chugging"
or hitting each other with the
elbow or fist, a kind of a rough,
unscientific game of boxing.
Just after supper on Saturday
evening John was up street and
engaged with Gus. Winder, a
boy about his own age, in front
of the Record office in a game
of 'cliug." While engaged in
the game he was struck in the
pit of the stomach, and fell
lifeless upon the pavement, his
head striking the bricks with
much force. Every effort was
made to restore him, but he
never moved or breathed after
he fell.
The news of the accident
spread rapidly and cast a gen
eral gloom over the whole com
munity, with whom he appears
to have been a general favor
ite. To all it was a mo3t ter
rible shock, then how sore a
trial to his parents, brothers,
and sisters who but a few mo
ments before had parted from
him in perfect health, and to
his almost constant companion,
who, without malice, caused lil-
death. We hope this accident
sad as it if, may long be borne
in mind by the boys ot our vil
lage when they are tempted to
engage in boisterous sports.
Democratic Convention.
Tne Democratic Convention
which met hist Monday nomi
nated U. S. Claypoolo ns its
candidate for Member of the
Constitutional Convention, on
a ballot of 22 for Claypoole
and 20 for Lewis A. Atwood,
O. T. Uunnina; havii'g with
drawn as a candidate, staling
as his reason therefor that he
would not pledge himself to
abide the derision of the Con
mention as he understood Mr.
At wood, one of the candidates,
was opposed to tho principle
embodied in Ihe 13 esel Rtil
road bill, n.iI it nominated he
would not support liihi. This
settled Mr. A I wood's case, pro
vi.led it was not settled before.
The Convention was a very
tate aff'iir, five of the town,
ships not b'i:ig represented
at all, and some oi the
otlinr townships being repre
senfed by but out or I wo dele
gates, fiie absencJ tf dele
gates from leading Deucratic
townships ie regarded ns indie
aiiva of tho tamper of thoje
tonnsliip:i, yet the ring, not
abashed, manipulated tha con
vention just as though every
thing was lovely.
Teacher's Examination
At the last examination
there was a class ot nineteen,
fifteen of whom were granted
certificates, as follows:
For twenty-jour months,
R. S. Barn hi! I.
Twelve months. Dora Iloff-
hines, Alice L. Wilcox, Je
rome Goodrich, Kina Crouch,
Clara Cox, Alice Winters, J
T. Foreman.
Six months, Martha Steece,
II. B. Wella. E. H. Fletcher.
A. R. McKinnls, Helen Crow,
Annie Linn, Sallie Lyons.
Free Entertainment.
The McArthur Debating So
ciety will give a free enter
tainment on the evening of
Saturday, March 22, 1873, at
the School House Hall. The
entertainment will consist of
oratt&ns, essays, and declama
tions. The McArthur Brass
BanT will discourse music for
the evening.
The Mc An hur Brass Band
gave a general serenade to our
citizens last Thursday evening.
The members have reason to
feel a just pride io the prog
ress made by their organiza
tion. Ed. Wolf had his fane import
ed Scotch Shepherd dog pois
oned last week.
Roll of Honor.
The following is list of pupil in
tht MoArthur ohojoU.who have main
tained perfect grade io riYportment
and have been neither absent nor tare
dj without a proper excuse, during the
month of February :
Annia Arnold Anna Jones
Thoe. Austin timer King
William Asbury 1 homns Kelley
Alice Humes
Mary Lavelle
Hannah Brown
Walter Lyle
Ada Lanti
Edward Lantz
Frank Lant
Mary Lanti
Maggie LanU
Ella Lanti
John Lantz
Lizzie Lantz
Hall Lucas
William Miller
Alfred Malone
Jennie M alone
John Manning
John Oj'iin
Eliza Brown
Jeff Baird
Ena Baird
Mar? Baird
Minnie Baird
William Baird
Ruth Brattton
Ida Bratton
C'barlei Bratton
Jennie Bay
Minnie Bothwell
Anna Bothwell
Henry Bothwell
Eliza Lfotnwflll
C. Eliza Bothwell Julia Pearoe
Ella Bull Benjamin Fearce
Frank Belford
Mattie Perdue
William Belford
Alice M. Pord io
Harry Payne
Frederick Quick
Thos. Quick
Alice Kaynor
Charles Ueynolda
Alice Ueynolda
Lily Reynolds
Thomas Keynoldj
Ella Canty
1 1:.. '.u
Wif. Craig
Ida Craie
Elmer Craig
Helen trow
vVui. Caldwell
Mary Canty
Mary Cornwell
Dillie Robbing
Martha Cornwell Arohb'd Rannelli
Francis Cornwell Anna Rannell
Edward Dodge
Lena Rannells
Majjgio Voigo
Henry Dowd
Henry Dowd
Hattie Dowd
Mnhnla Dowd
S.idie Dowd
ltusa Dowd
l.ulu Dowd
Daniel Dunklo
Lewis A. Duokle
Lvdia Dillon
Lilly Dillon
Nellie England
Katie Earheart
Alice Fonton
Marin Felton
Etta Oold
Gladys Gold
Kvn Cold
llosu (Ju-Hiiiin
Mollie (josmun
Pauline Outtman
Alfred tiilinan
Henry Ross
Flora Ross
Eliza II. Rannells
Mary Rodd
E in mitt Robbing
Lewis Sprague
Mary prague
Adelift Khriner
Hilas iShriner
Homer Shriner
Screpta Sidinan
Anna Smith
Eva Sison
Harvey Sisson
Ida Sisaon
Ma Trimmer
Crra Trnuowell
Samuel Ulloin
Eliza Ullnm
George Vansky
Win. Vansky
Hattie Will
Eugene Will
Sarah Wilcox
Kate Uuaman
Laura Grimes
Hiram Wilcos
Lawrence Hollanl Martha WiloJX
Lilly Hill Elfie Wolf
Minnie Hill
A 11 io Hamilton
Haitio Holland
Ella Holland
Lucy Holland
M iggio Hurloy
Fraiik Horton
Ailice Hanning
Anna Hawk
Minnie Wolfe
Mary Ward
Ida 'Winenberg.ir
Frank Wisenbergcr
E linoninWiltbank
Fanny Wooley
Minnie Wooley
Hattie Weekly
Transfers of Real Estate.
A. A. Ci'Zzens to Jacob
Miller, purl out-lot 25, Wilkes
ville, 6900.
A. A. Cozzen to li. S. Mil
ler, in-lot 2, and part ol
WilkesviHo, $000.
Henry Uoffhinps to D. I'.
Nixon, 40 acre, Richland, 550
Coroner of Vinton County to
Daniel Booth 110 acres, Harri
son, $290
Zileski Company to J. 0
Frank, in lots 123 and 124 Zi
leski, $125
Elizabeth Liddell to Win.
Dillon, in-lot 3 and i, Aliens
villf,S150.
Win. Dillon to Louisa Cozid,
p irt in-lol 4, Allensville, and
70 acres, Richlaud township,
ai,ojo.
S. V. D.idge to Allen Robin
son, part iii-lots 123 and 124, Za
leski, S100.
Zileski Company to Allen
Robinson, in lot 1G0, Zaleski,
$J50.
Marl in Essx to Humphrey
Clark, C3 acres, Richland tp.,
5200.
All who intend to avail them
selves of the lowjratesc ffered I
special colonists train which
leaves Cincinnati for Omaha
April 2d, will find tickets lor
sale at McArthur and all cou
pon stations on the M. & C
Railroad. No better opportu
b is been oflerered to person
desiring to visit the West. For
full particulars aldress D. B.
C"dy, Southern Agent Union
Pacific R. R, Cincinnati.
We are under obligations to
George Pearce for a can of ex-
c -llent oysters the last of the
season.
Boley made two successful
a-censions witn nis oanoon
yesterday, in the afternoon and
night.
A splendid maple 6iigar sea
son is predicted, owing to the
depth of the frost this winter.
Mas. Sxowe says that women
go into the country to get
breathing spell from their ser
vants.
Artificial respiration and
the keeping up the warmth
the body are the best antidotes
lor the bite of the cobra, ac
i-ordina: to Dr. Fayrerwhohas
made many experiments with
snake poison.
Repeal of Usury Laws.
Mr. J. S. Rope's,' President of
the Boston Board ot Trada, has
given his answers to a series ol
questions as to the results ot
the usury laws in Massachu
setts. All may be sumed up
in few a words. In the opinion
of Mr. Ropes, while the repeal
was not popular 1with borrow
ers at six per cent: on mort
gages, it is approved by other
borrowers, aud by intelligent
merchants in general; it has
not worked, so'fer as he is
aware, any hardship or oppres
sion to the borrowing class;
for a long time hardly any dif
ference was noticeable, but "its
ultimate effect haa been to sub
stitute seven per cent for six in
mortgages and bank loarie;'
that rates are on the average
rather lower instead of higher
than before; spasmodic chang
es have been absolutely un
known since the1 repeal; and
that on the whole,' the effect
has been in every way satisfac
torythe loanabUcapital hav
ing been greatly Increased, so
that borrowers are supplied
with far more ease than for
merly, and on the average at
lower rales.
The Vote on the Salary Increase.
On the roll call of members
of the House, on the vote to
agree to the conference report
of the Legislative Appropria.
lion bill, the increase of salar
ies being the test question, the
yeas were 103, nays 84. Of
the yeas, 49 were. Republicans
and 54 Democrat and Liberal
Republicans. Of the 49 Re
publican yeas, 18 were South
ern members. Of the 103
yeas, 02 were outgoing mem
bersthat is to say, not elect
ed to the Forty-third Congies.-.
ItiE next Governor of Ohio
if to be a Republican will
probably be Hon. John T. Wil
son, if there is anything in the
signs of the timed. He is the
most favorably spoken of by
the Republican press, and as
Southern 0!iio seems to been
litled to the candidate, he
seems to be first best in the
way of party nomination. Mr.
tVilson has many warm friends
in this county who would re
joice to have the opportunity
of casting their votes lor him
—Gallipolis Ledger.
The Boston Journal says:
'As to the increase ot the sal
aries ol members of Congress',
we shall not debate that mat
ter at all. It is universally re
garded as an outrageous swin
dle, and hardly deserves discussion."
A Richmond man carried
home a photograph of an ac
tress which he had drawn in a
lottery, and his wife put out
one of his eyes under the im
pression that it was a local affair.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Editob Record : Please announce
the name of Harvey Wells m a can
didate for Delegate to the Constitu
tional Convention, subject to the de
cision of the Republican County Con
vention.
Wk are authorized to announce that
the friends of Mr. Francis Strong,
will present his name to tho Repub
lican County Convention as a fit per.
ion to represent Vinton county in the
Constitutional Convention.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur, March 11th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Ullom, a daughter.
McArthur Market.
a
of
Flour, per sacK S2.50
Corn 40
Oats 3o
Wheat 135
Hums, country ; .12
Bitsrar cured,..'. ......... .2
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7.8
Hocking rialt per bbl 2.o0
Sacks ..." 15a25
Kjrft9
Butter i -.i.lo.20
Lard r'8
Beans ....2.002.50
Potatoes .75
Chickens, live lSa.20
Dried Am-'es 75100
Dried Peaches 3.00
White Fish 7.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffees Sugar. . .:. .. .v. . 1G
Demarara " lai.io
Cuba ..: VIM
New Orleans Molasses 80.100
Sorzhum " 40Q50
Syrup 75a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb. 25
Tallow 15a20
Soap, country per lb 5a6
Glees - ' -20
Com. varbus ' ' . ....... "J$8
Hogs, dressed cwt 4
WHOLESALE illGi
C. SWIFT,
S
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
- AND
Is now
WALLPAPER
In all late styles and quality made a
Customers.
s.
Always keeps a full stockof
Pure fresh Drugs and Metli.
cines,
Pure Wines and Liquors for
Medical Purposes, the very best
that can he obtained.
Physician's Prescriptions ac
curately compounded.
GEORGE W. SISSON,
South side of Main St.,
Sign of lied, tfhitc and Blue
Jiarreh.
-
complete.
specialty. Sold in quantities to suit
a. swift,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
EVERY FARMER
Should call nt the
FAltiMEItS IMPLEMENT
MACHIHEET AUD SEED STOEE
OF
A. PURDTJM & BR0.,
Where they will find a full tock of the very
betitol
AGRICl LTLBAL DIPLEMEHS,
Consielmn of the
Lncnulernnd ilurkeyeGraln
DrlllN, Oii-Iiui'no Hutk
eje urlHs Tor Corn Lund.
The very best in the market. The
Buckeye Improved and American Feed
Cutter, Corn Nliellcrx, Deluwarc Fnrm
axnns. 1'nnniMH .llilln, Farm HcIIh,
the fuinous Ciiion tbiiru, tbe (.rent
Agricultural Steamer,
For cooking food for mock. Every farmer
and atonk raiser should have one.
FWscytho Scales.
For (jrocerle., wnrehiuifM end farmers. A
large assortment of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such an HOES, RAKES, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and FLOWS of all kinds.
also a fUll assortment of
Farm, Yeretaele and Garden Seeds
In short renlaresti.blihhed farmer's accom
modation store, where all are invited to call
and examine our ntock,
AT NO. 17, PAINT STREET
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
Holloway's Ointment.
-o
TH E urnnd principle that operates In these
wonderful medicines, is the poer tht
Ihey poaseis in purifying the turgid Mood,
and expel'inx tho corrupt humor, from the
svHtem.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS consist of careful
and peculiar admixture of the finest vegeta
ble extracts, herbs a,id medical gums. Pos
sessing not a grain of miiiral in iheir com
bination, they never expose those who use
them to any daniter, at any tune or season.
No other need hexilale to prescribe them to
her children, and the most delicate constitu
tions can use them with as great benefit as
the most vigorous and poweiful frame.
HOLLOW AY k 00., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane.NewYorlc
Holloway's Pills and Ointment are sold at
25 cents, Vlyi cents and $1 per box or pot. A
great saving is made by buying tne large sixes-
6uovlt"24vr
Leander M. Jones' Heirs
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
0
NOTICb la herel.y given that Levi Robinet,
guardian of Jonsihsn B. t.nd Mary L.
Jones, minors haa filed his accounts, Fever
ally, with saift wards, and thtt the same are
eet tor hearing on the 8 h day of February,
A, D. 1873, at II o'clock, A. M
H. Vt. MAYO,
Probate Judge.
January 10, 1873. tt
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Worth.
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Agents Wanted.
URIGHT SIDE CO. Chicago.
HATS!
Fall Styles,
-AT-
MIXEAR'S II AT STORE
PAINT STREET,
OUTLI.ICOTHE.
24oct 1873
SCALES FOR SALE.
AT"REANK'R
QTOCK and Ore Scales as good as new, for
kjsaie At
very tow di ce. Ga or
novll
H. C. JONES Ailorney.
GUAEDIAFS NOTICE,
Probate Court Vinton Countj, Ohio
NOTICE la hereby given that John Jack
man, guardian of Henry J W'Uiam 8.,
Jan" A , Margaret L , Hesier O , and Gravitt
8. Jac'tman. has fl ed his aecnmt. wrth siiid
wards severally tnr Innl settlement, with the
first named. Henry J , and Tor nart:al trtile
ment with the othe-s; and tlint the ame
eet for hearlngnn thth dy ofMan h, A. U
1873 at 11 o'clock. A. M
4. E- B- MAT0 P'Otot J'ldgs.
Is
NEW FIRM. '
NEW STOCK.
W0LF,PEARCE&C0,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
AKNrsrE, lhpu,'lie H.it th h
.ill'oMinli.M-" frugMore,u1.D ,h,lo
nr suit lreli M).:'
W w II keep constantly ou ntud full line
Dmcs Medicinia Perfum
ery. Notions, &c
Wliirh r will t w rte will com
mand the troi.iige of the )urr.
You are Invited to
GIVE US A CALL.
"WOLF, PEAECE&CO,
North Side Main St , two Doori
TJorthcf Market.
J. S. McCOMMONi
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH.
Oppobito the Emmitt House,
Shrcckeugaut8 Old Stand,
CHUUCOTHE, OHIO,
manufacturer and pbalkk in
Fino Gold Jewelry!1
Ajentu for
American and Foreign Watches
Klgln Walchm
V.8.W.
Ibmard "
Wsllbam '
tlpllllglleld "
h Y. "
fcnis
Knglldi
(I. in,' Chains
NilUon "
Ojieia '
I'h.lclln "
H.Mh 'I homu Clucks,
Witeiiberg '
Ttrry
O ld Sells
llilllhOUll '
l'earl " !
Jet '
linrnet "
Naklarei "
Ilru i ld
Pin. ami Sim's '
v'ufT !tnt;uu
Tliunlilni
Ilsir Jewelry
tieclKLls,
Hlver Wiira
P i'lid ar
1'lDt Cutlciy
Agents for
MAB1E & TCCL'S GOLft fESJ
A FULL LXE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
AL & BIETEDAY rSESElITS.
Goods madn to ord. rand rersinng done by
careful wmltnien. No etr charge lr en
giavirg Bunds bought at tins esNi blislisnu.
i jan 1S73 ly
fill' ria
ii- p.-
Hnj your
fionfa a D d .
Nhoesori.W. '
Wll. ()., at ,
llamlon. who
ni'nuiieiiirei '
an I deals ex i
elii'ively I a '
ttiose articles.
tineceil at
i tention given
10 rum i.iu
'looti.
Dick's Encyci.opeI'Ia of Practicai, Rr-
ciiipts and Pancr.ssxs. ContainiogMtti prac
Ileal receipt-, wriiteu in a p ain and popular
maimer, and illustrated with explnnntory
wood-cuts. Heing a compn hensive honk of
reference lur the merchant, manufacturer, ar
tisan, iiniaieiir and housekeeper, including;
medicine, pharmacy anct domestic economy.
The senpr C.r wnr! Is entirely different
from any oilier book or
beinirn cnmplele and alrm st iiidispeiK.'tln
brokof reference fur the thousand suit one)
reee pts and ai tides needed in every hniise
hold , farm, garden, etc., it includes clear and
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