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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
lUcArthur, Ohio.
- Particular atteution given to the treatment
of th natural teeth.
No Business Dobb os Satubdats
J.F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio, otters
to the Merchant and Furoscemen of Vinton
oooty, aopenor stock of Dry Good! and
Notions, on terms the moat favorable. John
illeleua .Traveling Agent.
Sept. 14 j.
A. SPENCER NYfl. J. 8. MACK.ET.
NYE & MACKEY.
. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
-Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Qas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STItET.
IIILLICOTIIE,OIIIO.
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Notice to Teachers.
TUE BOARlM School Examiner for Tin
on County will meet at the Union School
Houao, in McArthur, on the 1st and 3rd Satur
day of March, April, May, September, October,
and November; and the 1st Saturday in Janu
iry, February, June, July, August, and De
cember, In oach joar. Examinations to com.
tnence at ten o'clock, A. M. Satisfactory evi
dence of food moral character will be required
n all cases. A fee of SO centa n required by
aw from each applicant.
M. R. BAKNE3,Ch'n, ") Board of
J.H HU11N, V School
L. O. PERliUE. Clerk, 1 Examiner.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For the Helief nd Cure of the Erring and Uu
forttmateou Principles ofChri.tian
Philanthropy.
Eisaya on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lies of Aue.in relation to Marriage and Social
Evils, with aanilaiy aid for tha nillictod
4enl free, in seuleJ envelopes. Address,
OWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.lla.iel
phia, Pa.
'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1.0. 0.f.
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TEGUIARMectinBnfthiaBn.
jrtrlcnmpiiioiit will hereslter be
76 held nn the second and Inat
-..Mi" Wednesday evenings of each
itnontb. Patriarchs oi other euvumpmeiii
invited to
who may bo visiting! otn n are
attend. JullN P. bUNKLE, C. P.
Juux T. Rap., S.
McArthur, Feb'y 17, 1870.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu-
ifactured and am now
lOfferingat lowest pri
xes a full stock of all
kinds of
FURNITURE,
.suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
Jiearse when desired.
PARI llORTON,
"Corner of High and Locust Streets.
MCARTHUR, O.
7rosrl87. .
REWARD.
I Cor any case of Mini-
'Heeding, llcnirg or men
net piles, thai t'ernng
In:.. IS J. (--.!- .....
Ll II ii prepared to enre th'
Biles and nothlBg eJe. Bold by all druggi.u
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolil Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Btepiieh Salts, one of our
old citizens, who resided near
McArthur Station, died on the
14th of dropsy. Mr. Salts was
lorn in Ross Co., 0., and moved
with bia father to this county
when he was seven years old,
and has been a resident of this
county fifty-seven years. He
was an honest, straigthforward,
man in bis business, a kind
lather and. neighbor, and for
years has been a member of
the Christian church at this
place. By earful economy he
had secured a large amount
of property, being the owner,
at the time of his death, ol
lrcra eleven to twelve hundred
acres near McArthur Station,
well slocked and rich in miner
al. We understand ho left no
will.
Vinton County Stock Sales.
Sold by A. J. Swm'm, Auc
tioneer, March 11, 1873:
O.T. Webb to J W.Rannells
29 three-year-old . steers at
$31.25 per head, $995 25.
C.T. Webb to S. W.Sher
wood, 5 yearlings, 115.
J. McVey to R. liobinson, 1
yoke oxen, $5.
J. McVey to R. Robinson, 1
yoke oxen, $33.
J. McVey to Dan'l Ward,
calves to Dan. Ward, $28
J. McVey to Chas. McKin-
nis, 4 yearling $37.75.
D. Mahew to W. F Felton,
IS calves, $100.50.
D. Mahew to Chas. Shuriz,
10 yearlings, $183.65.
L. Bolen and others sold
stock which was not reported.
John P. Dunkle, Sec'y.
We are inclined to agree
with whut a correspondent says
in another column about the
"Roll of Honor'' Teachers
have yielded to their good feel
ings, and a desire to gratify the
pupils, rather than to place the
"Roll" upon tho highest stand
ard of merit. If the names only
of those who were neither ab
eent nor tardy regardless of
excuses" and who maintain
ed a first-class grade in deport
ment were reported, the roll
would prove more satisfactory.
No new candidates aro an
nounced for the Constitutional
Convention, and those who
have been urged to present
their names have declined to
do so The primary meetings
to elect delegates to the coun
ty convention will bo held at
four o'clock this afternoon. It
is impo'tant that you should
attend and assist in the selec
tion ol tood representative men
as delegates.
Free Entertainment.
The McArthur Debating So
ciety will give a free enter
tainir.ent on the evening of
Saturday, March 22, 1873, at
the School House Hall. The
entertainment will consist of
orations, essays, and declama
tions. The McArthur Brass
Band wil discourse music for
the evening. There will be a
collection taken op to help pay
expenses.
H.i
The supper given by Vhe Y.
M. O. A. last week has been
voted a decided siiccesn by
I those who participated Miss
Lizzie Davis, Miss Annie Win
der, Miss Helen Pugh and Miss
Sallie Pilcher had charge of
the tables, and won the praise
of the hungry young Chris
tians who puniuhed the provis
ions.
Mrs Dr. Rannells lias been
confined to her bed lor the past
lortnight. Mr. John Morrison
is very sick, also. Chas. Bar
nett is down with the measles,
also Chas. Baird, a son of Eli
Reynolds and a daughter of L
D. Barns. These are the only
cases reported in town, but the
lisease is widespread in the
tdjaceot country.
A BILL has passed botl
'muses authorising the Trus
ses of Elk township to levy a
tax, this year, of $2,000, to pay
an existing indebtedness.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Elias B. Pugh to J. M. Mo
Gillivray, part in-lot 93, McAr
thur, $400.
Wm. Allender to Ueo. W.
Dennison, 42 acres, Elk town
ship, $1,050.
Handy Smith to R. B. Oroce,
115 acres, Eagle, $1,400.
N. Simington, et al, Admin
istrator to Henry FergusonJr.,
130i acres, Brown, $1,635.
Eli Hill to Eli B. Hill, 40
acres, Jackson, $1,000.
Eli Hill to Jesse B. Hill, 40
acres, Jackson, $1,000.
J. A. Castel to Susan Castel,
20 acres, Madison, $120.
Work will commence on the
railroad in this county next
month, and will be pushed as
rapidly as possible both in this
and" Gallia cour.ty. We be
lieve the management has not
yet fixed upon a time when
they say the cars will be run
ning, but it is rumored it will
be some lime this coming Fall
or Winter.
Hon. M. L. Clark, is an
nounced as an independent
candidate for Delegate to the
Constitutional Convention lor
Ross county. He ought to be
elected.
Hon. Arch. Mayo is the Dem
ocratic nominee, carrying the
convention on the filth ballot,
over such old wheel-horses as
Judge Safford, Dr. Williams,
Judge Keith, Chas. Uilinore, S.
M. Penn, and Joshua Seney.
We can't see how you did it,
Archie.
Last week the Democratic
papers were quite jubilant
over the election in New
Hampshire, but later returns
show that the Republicans
have re-elected Gov. Straw, in
creased their majority in the
Legislature, and gained two
Congressmen.
After all Marietta is not the
oldest settlement in the State,
as appears .by papers lately
discovered in the State depart
ment of general government.
We sympathize will) our an
cient IrienQ in her bereave,
ment.
DuDD3, one of the Cincinnati
Representatives, who voted for
the salary grab, is a candidate
for City Solicitor. A good op
portunity for the people to
show him what they think of
his services as a public officer.
mt
The Chi II icot lie land fraud
case, Welch, Lindley, EdgHr, et.
al., has been compromised, that
if, justice has been cheated by
the delendants buying off.
A fellow iii New Orleans is
said to have eaten a box of
cuslile soap to get rid of Ireck-
es. He still has a lew on his
lace, but inside it isn't Ireckled
a bit.
Adair, author of the cele
brated Liquor Law, has been
nominated by the Republicans
of Carroll county for the Con
stitutional Convention.
President Grant has iudefi
nitely postponed his proposed
southern tour in consequence
of the pressure of his puplic
duties.
Cuarles Miller, ol Hamden,
proposes making a trip to Eu
rope this Spiiug, sarting May
1st.
Increasing Salaries.
The' United States Senate
passed the bill to double the
President's salary, and to raise
the salaries' ot various other
officer Including members of
Congress, and what was the
worst of all, the bill includes
the two preceding years.
President Grant signed the bill
and it is now a law. We sub
mit it to any candid, honest
man, whether this is any bet
ter than stealing, only these
men can not be bent to the
penitentiary for this act.
Jackson Standard.
Wb will furnish the Record and the
New York Times one year for $3.
Any of our subtcribera wishing to sub
scribe for any of the leading newapa
pera ot periodicals can get them a the
publisher's lowest club rates, by sub
scribing at this offio.
Richmond & Unnir have
placed us under obligations for
an article of table-ware which
in appearance is nob, ele
gant, and at the same time so
cheap as to be within the reach
of all. It is a set of spoons
made of a new ware called
Sterling, which will not tarn
ish by contact with acids in
fruits and vegetables, and for
table use, aro just as handsome,
and practically as good in
every respect, as the solid sil
ver. We regard the discovery
of the metal, or amalgam,
from which they are made, as
a great boon to the people, as
it places within the reach of
the poorest, an article which
might deck the table of the
most opulent epicure. Lst
no good housewife of Vinton
county fail to examine this
ware, and our word for it, the
old pewter which sickens, and
the brass (misnamed German
silver) which sours tie stom
ach, will be forever banished.
As our Elk township peo
ple have been somewhat pro
voked at Hon. T. M. Bay's vote
on. the amendment" to the
Boesel bill, it may appease
their wrath to know that last
week he was among the minor
ity who made a vigorous effort
to get railroad property on the
tax duplicate at its actual val
ue. While we do not agree
with Mr. Bay as to the wisdom
of his vole on the Boesel bill,
be it Baid to his credit that he
has been a careful Representa
tive ol the people's interests
in regard to taxation, and has
voted against the lobbyists
every time.
Hurrah for the "Original
Cash Store."
Dan. Will & Bro.'s have just
received their first installment
of new epring goods, which
were purchased at "bottom
prices" for cash, and which they
are prepared to sell lower than
any house in the county. Give
them a call.
Every "Liberal" in Congress
except Senator Schuri voted
for the increased salary bill.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Editob Kkcohd : riense announce
trie name of Harvky Wells ns a can
didate for Delegate to the Constitu
tional Convention, gubjeet to the de
cision of the Republican County Con
vention. We nrc authorized to announce that
the frlenda of Mr. Francis Strong
will present UU name to the Repub
lican County Convention a a lit per.
son to represent Vinton county in th
Constitutional Convention.
MARRIED
COOPER WILCOX. On Mon
day, 9 o'clock. A. JI. March 10th,
1873, at the resi Juice o! the bride's
father, by Rev.R. Watson, Mr. Isaac
N. CooPKROf Kansas, to Miss Mary
Lodisa Wilcox, daughter of Dr. Wil
cox of Alleiibville, Vinton county. O.
The wedding was a pleasant aiTair,
attended by a select few of the
friends. Mr. Cooper was formerly a
citizen of namden, but moved gome
years since to Kansas where he has
met with abundant success. He
started with his bride for that State,
Immediately after the ceremony. May
peace and prosperity attend them.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Jacob S. Morgan and Emily Melis
sa Payne.
Joseph Lyons and Clara E. Cox.
Isaac N. Cooper and Mary Louisa
Wilcox.
James McCune and Caroline Whet
stone. Thomas Vincent and Sarah M.
Camp.
Isaac N. Bennett and SamanOia E.
j Strong.
Lyman E. Lorg and Esther Geer.
William Mounts and Catharine Mc-Manus.
McArthur Market.
Flour. Der sack .' $2.50
Corn 50
Oats W
Wheat 1.35
Hams, country .12
gusrar cured lo
gujrar
Smoked Sides
.10
Shoulders
Pick led Pork
Hocking ialt per bbl
Sucks..."
EJHCS
Butter
Lard
Beans
Potatoed
.... 7.8
. 7.8
... . 2.50
. . . t5a25
.15
....lsa.st
f!3
,.2.002.5O
1.00
... ISa.20
Chickens, live..
Drlwrt AnHea 7o100
Dried Peaches. 3.00
White Fish '7.00
Rin(Vfffe 2530
Coffee Sugar 10
Dpmnrara 12a.l5
Cuba
New Orleans Molasses
Sorghum "
Syrup ....
Star Candles, per lb...
Tallow .
Soap, country per It..
12
,80a 1.00
.40 50
75a.l.00
. . . -25
. 15a20
.. . fentt
.20
. ,7m
...490
DnB' '
Lteese
Hogs, dressed $ CTt
Just leceiYei
TOR W WMPT'
IIm just received hit
SPR1CST0CKDFWALLPAPB
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant patterns ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can be found eliewbere in the
county.
TRANSOM PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights. New, elegant, cbetp.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN &TlToVER SEEDS,
From the celehratod seed gardens of D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggt St Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD OF BEST BKANDS,
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for uia.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of the red, white and blue barrel.
WDl EIOTIfliS
s
C. SWIFT.
OHILLICOTHB, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
-AND-
SMML
Is now
WAMiPAPM
In all late styles and quality made a specialty.
Customers.
S.
WAMJES
complete.
Sold in quantities to suit
C.
Chillioothe, Ohio.
EVERY FARMER
Should call at I ha
FAUMEKS IMPLEMENT
MACHINERY AND SEED ST0EE
OF
A. PURDUM & BR0.,
Where they will And a full atock of the Tcry
beatol
AGR1CI LTLRAL 111PLE1IEXTS,
Conmtinx of the
Lacnuferand BurkeyeGraln
Drills, One-horse Iluck
eye orlils for Corn Lund.
The yery beat in the market. Tha
Buckeye Improrcd and American Peed
Cotter, Corn Nhellern, title. ware Farm
Macon. Vnnnlns ftlille, Farm Bella,
the fainooe Union Ckern, ike Ureml
Agricultural Steamer,
For vonkinK food for atncK. Every farmer
and atock raiaer artouia nave one.
Korscythe Scales.
For irocerlea. warericn.es and farmera. A
large aiaortmentof FAKM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such m HOES, RAKES. FORKS, SHOVELS,
and PLOWS of all kinds.
also a full assortment of
Farm, Veretaele and Garden Seeds
In ahort a reirtlare.ttbli.hedfermer'e accom
modation atore, where all are invited to call
and examine our atock,
AT HO. IT, PAINT STREfcT
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
H0LLOWAYS PILLS
Holloway's Ointment.
THE grand principle that operates in these
Wonderful medicines, ia the power that
Ihey posiaesa in purifying the turgid blood,
ana expel'ing the corrupt humors from the
system. . .
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS consist of a careful
and peculiar admixture of the finest vegetas
ble extracts, herbs and medical gums. Pos
seasirg not a grain of mineral in their com
bination, they never expose those who use
them lo any danger, at any time or season.
No i other need hesitate to prescribe them to
her children, and the moat delicate constitu
tions can use them with aa great a benebl as
the moat vigorous and poweiful frame.
HOLLO WAY 4 00., Bole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane, New York
Holloway's Pills and Ointment are sold
M centa, 62d cents aod St per box or pot.
great saving ia made by buying the large isr
6novU?4w
Lean der Itl. Jones' Heirs
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
XTTICb is hereby given that Levi ftobfne't.
guardian ot Jonathan B. ami aiary
Jones, minora haa Sled his accounts, sever
ally, with said Wards, and that the same are
Se tor nennn. nm11.r1m.7v1 rvifiu,
A, D.18M, at., o'clock, A.flM.H(AYo
Probata Judge.
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WE GIVE AWAY $10,00
Worth.
toev.rv aubacriber to Our Fireside Friend;
I tie leailint family weekly ot America.
Larue aiae elitht pagra. Original. Beauti
fully illustrated. Full of telialile. instructive
and tntere(ing reading matter, newa and
miscellany, short continued .lories, aketchea
and nractical matter. Hist suited to the wants
and wi.hea of every man, every woman, ev
try child. Whetner living in city or country,
ani we give to each yearly .iiosoriDer a copy
oi our megnincem on enromo
"CUTE."
Printed irt oil color, 16 time from sixteen
atones, site IflxiO inches. The subject ia life
i.e. exquisite and pleasinf. Itcannotne
told from the original painting, and ia reallt
worth 110. It exceeds lr beamy, sue and val
ue any publication. No one hundred dollar
picture can g.ve more Measure or De a great
er ornament in any household. It can be
had free, and we don't ask etibscribera to
wait aix months for It, hut will tend it al
once, or it can be had or our agents. Bubacri'
here nay on delivery of picturea. No waiting
picture, now ready, aoa ae.iverea dv as at
once, it w nave
NO ACENT
in your neishhorhood, we want ens. We
wantonly good active agenta, either local or
canvassing, aa we aimoti give swaya valua
ble outnt, and lurnihu tne nest paving agency
in America. Give exclusive territory and the
beat tool. to work with. Our agenla having
lmnienne lucceas and making from Is to fit
net day, one agent took to auhscnutions in
one day, others report from lu to tb per
day. specimen copies ot paper, mil particu.
lara, term., etc., sent fee to any .duress.
Write al once to Our Fireside Friend. Chi
cngo, Ml. Cleb
GET THE BEST.
ern fiia wiflp.y for the Child's Fnend,
0f Vlsemimonthly, for one year,
beautiful illustrated paper for the children.
S1 faO"11' Py fa' Child's Knend, and a
H,AVAhne(;hrorno. The Pawsles worth 11.
CI ftO"'11 pay for the Weekly Bright Side,
Vjp l.W page paper, the best in the world
for children and youth, and line chromo,
the Calls Lilies, p, tee 12
CO O, 'twill psy for both papers snd both
chromoe.
ClWiH pay for the Bright Side and
fwrlir(iir,o, Calla Lilli.s. and a large
chromo 12x18 inches, Eaaier Murning, which
alone ia worth 111.
ffi i TVill Py for both papers snd the litres
V uchromos worth in all fin.
Both papers are such aa parents and teach
era may safely recomond to their ctiildren or
pupil., ana tne chromoe are or tiie cnoicesi
kind. Nothing better can be found for Christ'
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Ageuie nanieo.
vruuur Blue. cu. VLicago.
HATS !
Fall Styles,
-AT-
MINEAR'S U AT STORE
PAINT STREET.
CXJTIjXjICOTHEX
ZtOCt 18IX
SCALtS roll SALE
FATRBANK'S
OTOCK and Ore Scalee aa good aa new, I
for
lOalp at very low price. t;ali on
novll H.C. JONES attorney
GUARDIAFS NOTICE,
rrobate Cotirt Vinton Coahty, Ohio
VTOTICE Is hereby given that John Jack.
ll man, guardian ol Henry J., W'lliaro 8
Jan A-i Margaret L., Heater O., and Uraville
8. Jactman, haa filed trie arvouirt with Said
wards aeverwlry for leal settlement, with the
first named, Henry J., and tr partial settle
ment with the bthen; and that the seme is
ret for hearing oi the Stb day of March, A. I.
1873 at 11 o'clock. A.M.
E. B. sUTO,? robsta lig.
February IS, irm 41
LEGAL NOTICE.
Mary A. Datigh, pltf.n la Vinton Conntr. O ,
Yi, I Court Common fl,
iota W. Bain. deh.J BaatanljrAatktchmeut
THE aaid John IT. Sain, Dafradanl. of Dm
State ( Indiana, will uka notice that Ma
rr A- iM'lah, defendant, of aalil ronntj of
Vinton, dial on (he S7th dy of February, A.
D. UJJ. Itr bef complaint. tneUt before laar
ReyQolJa.J. P. of aaid Vinton emintj, an l
tranxinpt of the proceeding! brfor .aid Ju
lice of the Peace, io baatardr. in the aaid Court
of Common Plea, againa! (he aaid defendant
and hick proieeijinae are no reudinc iif
aaid Court, for the purpeae of bann a trial
and Anal adjudication tnreon. charging in
aaid complaint, among othr thmga, that the
aaid plaintiff ia the mother of a bantard child,
that the aaid defendant accuaed therein ia the
father of aaid child Tbat the aaid defendant
ao charged, atiaconded from thi. Slate, with
intent to delraiid complainant, and that aaid
acciu'd ia a nom-rewdent of the Bute of Ohio,
and that an order of attachment haa been ia.
aued and.erted therein; and by firine of
.aid order of attachment Geo. Kaler, Phenft
of aaid county of Vinton attached the follow
ing real ealaie til iated in aaid Vinton county,
ae the property of aaid defendant, John W.
Bala, to wit: The one undirlded tenth part
of the North Wert quarter of aection number
three, in levnahip number twelre, of range
number aetenteea, containing 173 acre, (e
cept of an acre ott the aoulh tide of aaid
N. W. quarter, heretofore aold bj Phillip
8ain,)alao the one undivided tenth par of
tni ta number 88 and Si, m the Iowa ot New
Ml. Pleaaant, Vinton county, Ohio, aa re
corded In plot of eaid town, that aaid pro.
ceeding will be for hearing at the next term
of aaid Court, or ao aoon'lhereafler aa counael
can be heard, and that, plaintiff will ak for
an oruer or decree lor aale of aaid realty, and
nrui-retiv or ao raucn inereor not ex'eetiing
i.uuu aa may oeneoeaeary to eaumy plainnB a
lalm herein. MARf A liKKI'.H.
Ht HaATTo k Horroa, Atl'yi for plt'fl.
March 13th, 1873. Sw
Estate of John Wyman, Deceased.
TUB nnderaljned haa been appointed and
qualified aa adminiatraur. with the will
auooted, of the estate of John Wyman, late
of Vinton county, deceased.
utted tma lain day or March. A. D 1173.
3w LEVI WYMAN.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER ND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmttt House,
Shreckenfauat't Old Stand,
CHmiCOTHE, OHIO,
HANDriCTUBga ARO DIALIB IS
Fino Gold JewelrYi
Agenta for
American and Foreign Watches.
Klgln Watehas
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Howard
W.lth.m
Sniliiilteld
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