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N. J. BOWERS,
, '! McArtliur, Ohio.
particular attentioa giren to the treatment
f the natural teeth. . . - , .
2Xo BoiiSBa's Dom o . Saturdays
iK.TOWKLL, rortamouibi Ohio, oflen
to the Mercian ta and Furnacemeo or Vinton
-county! aupenor stock of Dry Goeds and
Notions, 00 terms the most fhvorable. John
fcillelsan. Traveling Agent.
A. SPENCER NYE.
J. 8. MACKEY.
NYE & MACKEY.
' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
v Cutlery aud Plated Ware,
Oas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
: OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT Wit ST.
Notice to Teachers.
'XBt BOABI'WHOO0' Examiners for Vin.
; ton County wilt meet at tha Uuion School
, Bouse, toMoArthuron tha 1st and Srd Sntur-
:iay of March, April, May, September, October,
'. od November; and the lit Saturday mJanu-
ory, February, June, July, August, and De
' ,Hember,lnesch year. Examlnatione 10 com.
.meoca at tea o'clock, A. M. Satisfactory en
", dence of good moral character will be required
all oases. A fee of SO cents n required by
1 aw from each applicant.
. H. R. BARNES, Ch'n, " Board of
. J. 8 HUHN, , V UehonX
L. 0. PERDUE. Clerk, Examiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa-
. tion. Jt,
'For Ihe Relief and.Cure of the Erringand Un-v-
fortttuate on Principles of Christum
.V ' Philnnlhropy.
' '' 'Bssays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol-
. 'llee of Age.iu relation to Marriage and Social
Evils, with saultaty aid for the afllicted
Mat free, in sealed envelopes. Address,
. OtfARD ASSOCIATION, Bol P, PLlladel
NO. 115. 1,0, 0, F.
J";V .S-llCampilie,i. win imirnnei w
Shield on "' second and last
Wetlneadnr evening of eueU
llionlb. Patriarchs .11 ither encampment
-who may be visiting' 0111 on ore invile'l to
attend. JuUN P. MJNKLK, C. P.
Jons T. Raprs, 8.
McArthur, Keli'v It, 1870.
I have just manu
factured and am now
flffering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
suited to this market.
.1 will manufacture
to orcfer anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
Corner of High and Locust Streets,
piles and nothing else, bold by all druggist.
,. Q : ffl
ffl O C .
P -S :
l e 2"v?""
nvco, cw. .
m nnn reward.
it 1 1 i rr n' r""e f h''ni'
k'l -I I l ileedinR, itrhiRK or ulcer
"f rll I I M nitfw, thai-DeHing'a
I I lei 1 J file Remedy rails to curr.
HT 1 - IS la prepared to cure the
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
The Ring Baying Votes to Save
their Failing Fortunes.
We have heard lots of blow
ing iu the Enquirer about buy
ing votes, but it has all'been
iu general terms, and amounted
to nothing 1 that any person
could take hold of or refute.
We have alwajb taken these
articles as a kind of a cry of
"stop thief," and this woek we
are in receipt of a letter from a
reliable citizen of Wilkesville,
whose name we are at perfect
liberty to give to any person
desiring it, making specific
charges of attempted bribery.
Here is an extract from the
letter: , .
WILKESVILLE, March 30.
Ed. -Record: The price of
votes has risen rapidly 6ince
last fall. Then certain candi
date:! talked of buying "a whole
township" lor four gallons of
whisky. But upon last Satur
day evening, Charles Mulhol
land, a Justice (?) of the Peace
of Wilkesville township.offered
five dollars and a quart of
whisky to a certain citizen on
condition that he would vote
against Ilarvey Wells.
We give notice to the friends
of Mr. Claypoole thai if they
will wait a couple ofweeks we
will have plenty of. votes to
spare at Ihat price. At pres
ent, however, VOTES ARE
We learn further from other
sources that the "certain citi
zen" referred to above is Mr:
Eleven Mite, of Wilkesville,
and that '-'Squire" Mulholland
is a relative of Mr. Claypoole.
We are fully satisfied of the
truth of the above or would
not give it place in our columns
Honest Democrats are called
upon to record their opinion
next Monday, on this kind of
Elk Township Republican
The Republicans of McAr
thur and Elk township met at
the Clerk's office, on Monday
evening, and put in nomination
the following tickets:
Councilraen one year, Par
is llorton. Two years Jacob
S Will, Andrew Wolf, Owen
Trustees Simuel B Ullom,
James 13. Johnson, Henry
Treasurer Jehiel A. Fellon.
Assessor Joseph Kaler.
Constables Sanford B. Viu
ters, James Myers.
Justice of the 1'eacc Isaac
We have heard inquiry made
as to whether Mr Claypoole
would resign the office of Pros
ecuting Attorney or not il
elected to the Constitutional
Convention. Ue would do just
as he pleased about that; the
salary is a right comfortable
thing to haw, and we never
heard of Claypoole letting go
of an office as long as he could
retain his grip.
Ueorqe Hunter'8 residence,
near McArlhur Station, was
burned down last Friday dur
ing the absence of the family.
Furniture, clothing, everything
a total loss. No insurance
The fire is supposed to have or
iginated from falling coals from
a fire which was left burning
in the grate.
Mn T. E. Kanaus, of Zaleski,
has submitted a proposition to
our citizens to build a furnace
at or near McArlhur,' he tak
ing $8,000 of the stock. We
understand the amount requir
ed has alT been secured except
13,000. We will cive a more
full account of the enterpise
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the post of
fioe at Zleski, April 1st, 1873:
Benjamin. Ansel, Wm. Beck,
John Truman, M. J. AlcManns,
O. Petterson, Laton Ross, Mar
tha Ross,. M. M.Ross, Nancy
Read. Auna '"-Rook, Dallas
Scblotterback, $..Y. Webb.
TOWNSHIP TICKET. J. G. WILL, P. M.
TWO THINGS NOT TO BE
See that no illegal votes are
polled. See' that all legal voles
are polled. This will secure
Mr. Wells' election beyond a
. IIdgh Hendricks was arrest
ed oa Tuesday on the charge of
larceny, in the same case on
which John Hendricks, his
brother, is now coofined. Ue
was tried before 'Squire Cozad
yesterday, and committed to
answer at the next term of
Half a dozen dogs attacked
a flock of goats belonging to
"Raimells & England on their
farm west of town, one day
ast week. The goats showed
fight, and resisted the dogs un
til the arrival of Mr. England,
who shot two, the rest escap-
Proposals for the building of
three new bridges are invited,
hy the Comrnissioners,in an
other, column. Petitions for
and against the same will be
received at the Auditor's office,
on the 29 til inst., when the
contracts will be let.
We hoar that several new
teams and plenty of tools wre
takeu out to work on the rail
road on Saturday, from this
city. This is approaching our
desires. Men, 3iU3cu, mules
and money .will move moun
ELSEwuEnb' we publish the
ticket nominated by the Re
publicans ot Elk township. Ii is
composed of good timber, and
we have no doubt of its elec
We think that one ollice at a
time is about all Mr. Claypoole
can attend to. He .nay be able
ti draw the salary lor two, but
doing the work satisfactorily is
Major-A. O. Mitchell is an
ndependeut candidate for Jus
tice of" the Peace in Richland
township. . If elected he will
make a good officer.
Tub Democraiic Enquirer
i a not said "McArlhur Ring''
iwe during" this campaign.
Funny! but true. ' ;
Nixf Tuesday is Stock Sale
Day. : If you want to ' buy or
sail do not lail to attend.
Du. Hatfield, discoursing ol
"Dishonesty in Public L fe,
saiJ of tha men who voted for
the million ondahulf stef I:
In the luture, whenever one
of them presents himself as a
candidate for the suffrages ol
the people, let good men ot all
parties combine to teach him
that this is an offense the
American people will never
i.jrgive or forget."
Postmaster Jones, of New
York city, says he resigned his
office to be freed from respon
sibility engendered by defal
cations of subordinates.
We have made a discovery.
U. S. Claypoole4 is a preacher.
We have known him a 'long
iime,and ihat is the Ia6t thing of
which we would ever.suspected
him, but wejearn that he offici
ated at cne of he- McArlhur
churches a tew Sundays since.
We wonder ilBtiwen wasn't
bitting CIaypoole a. back-hand
ed lick: in Jus notice this week
of Mr. . Doughty's sermon " on
the Ministry.' 4 :
! 'Truly. though this discovery
presents the campaign to. us in
a 'new and beautiful .light, and
we observe the mosf delicate
feat of -light and hea vy baiano
in it rhas yet been our good
luck to 'cla'p our two eyesjipbii.
Claypoole . expects to , wiggle
into - the Constitutional .Con;,
vention with' the church o'n obe
shoulder! aud the; whisky ring
on the orher XJeoree Hnfland's
friends jn one vest pocket aud
.Ueorge Cook's in tbe other; the
tax-payers .in one 'breeches
pocket and the Court House
lax-eater's ring in the otheK--
He is trying to carry each in
ignorance of the other's pres-
rerice: How to do it Is the prob-
fe(rf which itow bothers him.
(I H -J
Qet oat 'every ycil'e.".
If Every Republican
In Vinton county does his du
ty, goes to the polls on Mon
day and voles, Mr. Wells, elec
tion is assured. Let no man
fail to vote.
Wb clip the following In re
gard to the nomination of Mr.
Wells from the Ross County
Register. The Register is an
independent newspaper, es
pousing the cause ot neither
party, but saying just what
may be true of individual can
didates: 'The Republicans of Vinton
county made an excellent se
lection in nominating Mr. Har
vey Wells as their candidate
for the Constitutional Conven
tion Aside from his intellect
ual qualifications for the place,
Mr. Wells is a young man of
much force of character, one
who has the ability to form in
telligent opinions and the
backbone to adhere to them
under all circumstances. His
posiliveness in upholding mea's
ures he deems right and prop
er may lose him some votes
among those individuals who
expect a candidate to be of the
mealy-mouthed class, but this
trait in Mr. Wells' character
will serve, among intelligent
men,' as un additional recom
mendation of him to the posi
tion fur which he is a candi
We hope to be able to re
cord Mr. Wells' election by a
At the Republican Conven
tion at McArthur, on Saturday,
22d inst.., the Republicans
nominated Ilarvey Wolls, ol
Wilkesville, as their candidate
for delegate to the Constitu
tional Convention. He is a
young man of good judgment
and sound integrity, such as
will reflect credit u pon his con
stituents if elected, as he no
doubt will be, as he is acknowl
edged even by the Democracy
to be a belter man (or the po
The Cliillico! he correspond
ent ot the Cincinnati Gazette
"The Republicans of Vinlon
county have nominated Har
vey Wells, a youns man of
simp, excellent judgment, and
fine talent, as their candidate
for member of the Constitu
Joint F. ltobblns unci Martha Mc
Siiflbrd Klnnison and Chnrlotte
Flour, per sacn fSioO
IJi'uns 2 503.00
Dried AnHes 75HI0
Dried Peaches 3 0:
Hums, country 12W
urar eureu io
Smoked Sides . -10
Pink led Pork 7 8
i.i . 1.1 I y
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocking rfiut per bbl l-M
Sucks ..." lnn2a
White Fish 7.00
Kio Coffee 2330
Coffee Sugar., 10
Demarara " 1211.10
Cuba - 122
New Orleans Molasses .80h1.0U
Star Candles, pur lb 25
Tallow ' .15a20
Soap, country per lb 5a6
Ctecse " 20
Com. ver btiH 78
Hug, dressed f cwt 6 DO
Mary A. Pehgh, pltf.f) In Vinton County. O.,
v. Icourl Common Pleas.
John W. Sain, deft. J Bastardy attachment
rpHG said John W. Cam, Defendant, of the
Ablate of Indiana, will take notice that Ma
ry A- lieflgh, ile eodHiit, of hid county or
V'lnton .i"' onlheMth day of February, A.
D lM73'riie her "Oinplaint. maile before Isaac
KeyDlds, J P. of .." V,n,VcS11n.d
transcript of the proceedinjct be0 LJ;
tice of the Pesce.Vn ua.lardy, in
of Common Pleaa. against Ihe bid d.tendnt,
and which pro'eedings are now peudinK UJ
said Court, lor Ihe purpeae of having trial
and final adjudication tnereoa. charging ja
said complaint among other limit, ihm Ihe
raid lUintilt ie the mother of a b"tard child,
Ihat lh raid delen lanl accused therein i tha
fHihei of said child Thai the nid deieodnnt
ao charged, atiaionded from this Mate, with
intent to delraud complainant, and that eaid
acciied i a nonr-reMdeni uf iheSule ol nhio,
and thatvn order of attachment hs lieen ia
sued and eerved therein; aad br virtue of
raid order of attachment Geo Knler, .-herift
o( said county of Vinton aiti hd thefdlow.
ing real eataie niuated in aid Vintoncnuntv,
an the propertv of .aid defendant, John W.
cain, to wit: The one undivided tenth part
ol the North Wet qu irter of section number
three, in township nuniler twelve, of range
numlwrneventeen, containing U3acre, (ex
ceiit 14 f an acre ott the suuth Hdeor said
K W imrlir. .heretofore. o d hv Phill'P
Kain.)klso Ihe one ur.'ljvided tenth pr i.f
m-l ta ninrinr aa anu ,in int. mwu u, i.ew
Ml Ple.vant. Viubm county. Ohio, as re
corde1 In plot ol sid town, that eaid pro.
ceediig will l e (or bearing at ihe next term
of mii iiniirt. or a,, noou'lhereatter a counsel
can be heard, and that, flalntitt will ak f.r
an order or decree tor ealeor SAi'i realty, ana
proceeda or so mncn inereoi nnt ri'wiin
11,1100 as may beoecesearv to satistv pwiniin
claim heieia. MARY a l-EKK-U.
Hi Bkattos A Hc.roK, Att'ys for pit'S,
March 14th. 1873.
APPLE TIIEES, CUKUANTS,
P ISA C II ES, G M SEI E It RI ES.
A LARGE STOCK OF ALL THE LEADIXG VARIETIES ON CUD,
Roses, Green House and Bedding Plants.
NEW AND RAKE PLANTS !
A I j A It O K AN D FINK ASSORTMENT.
Early Jgrluble riant. Tomatoes, Cabbage, Celery,
Cautltoteer, Street Potato riants,
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
April 3, 1873. 4t WM. McKELLAR.
. O. SWIFT
. CHILLICOTHB, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS', STATIONERY, H0SIEEY,
miMLL- WARES )
la all lute styles aud quality nia'la a gpscialty. Sold in quantities to suit
SPRING STOCK DP WALL PAPEB
A larjie stuck, and the richest, most elesrant patterns ever brought to thin mar
ket "A luiger stock, and better quality than can le found elsewhere in the
TR ANSOM PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cbesp.
Holland Paper and'Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celohrated seed pardons of D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggs & Pro., and
the old relteblebig packages from Shaker Village
WHITE LEAD OF BEST . BRANDS.
"hito and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for use.
At SISSOX'S DRUG STOKE, Sipn of the red, white and blue barrels.
Should call at the
MACHIUEEY AKB SEED STOEE
A. PtfRDUM & BRO.,
Where they will find a full slock of the very
Consisting of the
Lacanterand ilurkey eGraln
Drills, One-horse Buck."
eje v rills Tor Corn Laud.
The very best in the m.riet. The
nn.bv., T.uhenvcd nnrl American Feed
. altera, t orn rneiicr, uma.rc r......
u'stn".- Fnnnlng Mill) r'nmi llflla,
the famous Union Churn, the Great
For cooking lood rc.r smo. r.very mn"o-
and siin'K raiser snouiu nave uu.
Fnr ornceriei. wartHrnis and farmers, A
largo assortment of PA KM
Such as HOES, R4KE3, FORK", SHOVELS,
auU FLOWS OF ALL KISP3
slso a full assortment of
Farm, Yjeetaele and Garden Seeds
In ehort areguInrei'NblhedtKrmer-saecom-inooation
store, where all are invited to call
and examine our atock,
NO. IT. PAINT STREE.T
CHlULICOTWr ... CV!0.
THE grand principle Mint operates in these
wonderful medicines, ia the pnv.er that
they poaaesa in purifying the turgid blond,
a.id expel'iag the corrupt humors from the
HOLLOW A Y'8 PILLS eonsist of a es refill
and peculiar admixture fl the finest vegeta
ble extracts, herbs and medical gums. Pns
sessing not a grain of mineral in their com
blnation, they never expose those who ue
them to sny dant'er, at any time or season.
No i other need hesitate to prescribe them t
her children, and the most dehcaie consftu
lions can use them with ns great a heiieht a
the m i-t vigoroui; and powctiul frame.
HOLLOW AY & CO., Sole Proprietors
70 Mafden Lane.NewYork
nn.lnwnv's Pills and Ointment hre i-nld a
We nt-. rente and l per o.n or pot.
great saving is made by buying tne largetisei
MISKA R'S II AT ST OR
American Hand Corn Planter
- " 1 1 1 "'
Sent by express oa receipt ol ft 60 MANN
t CO, manuAwturara, bi Loan, Mo Liberal
terms to dealers Hod a lamp breirenlar
MAM'f AOTU RERS OK
Wood Workine Machinery Generally.
SpeclaltlrM-Weedwerib P leelea.
Tencarlna aad .iroOTiag Marhleea,
Ktcbardaeee falaet IatprTe4
Teaea Machluea. tie.
Central, cor. Union Bt.,WOBCESTEB
L. B. WlTHERBT. O.J. BU08.
8. M. RICHARDSON.
Stationery, Portable and Blast
Sa Mill, Flouring Mill and Blast Machinery
H. a F. BLAND! , Kswark, Obie.
KiisrHUtevd. Kir:UU rmploymanl
home, day or ,enin; noeapiul required;
full inrlrucllons ana a Tsluable package et
good, sen Iree by mail Add rem with cent
reiuro Mni, M. YUUN'O c CO., 1 Corllaad
inOf)'" dJrl A genu vsntedl All
JlUUc,,e, of wori,loi pw)p,, 0f
eilhar e-i, ' un or old, make more money
at work lor na in ibeir spare moments, or all
llielirae, than anvlbintj ei.e. Partioulara free,
AddrosaO.b l'lNsEN CO., Portland, Uaiaa,
I suffered with Catarrh thirty Ays, and was
ourrd by a am pl mnedy. Will srnd rareipt,
oiie Iree, tosll attlifted. Rer J.T. MIAll,
br.wer ITU, Syracuse, N V
We cure tha habit per.
manrntly, cheap, quick,
without euflenni or in
your vase. Addrensd.U.
ARNSTKUNH, M. J).,
Herritin, Michigan, P. O,
GEAHDEST SCHEME 01 THE AfiB
Under authority of fpecial Ifgi.latife act of
M irch 16, IKII, tha lamloea now announce the
Third (Iruiid Uill Concert lor the beneJt of tha
Public Litirnry of Kentucky, to come oft in
Library Hull ftt Loui.ville, Ky , on
Tuesday, April 8th, I8T3.
At this concert the beat musical talent thai
in,, U. ,.ro'uiod from all parts ol 'ha country
will add pleasure to the entarlainment, and
en tlmu-imJ rash gilt. imrinUag T to
tal ol' tihir a million dollra mirranuy will be
dmtrihuted by lot to the ticket holders, si
Une grnnd cash gid 1100,000, onn (rand cash
silt olMHiO, one itrand ca.h Kirt 'i!,uw, ene
grand ca-h frill on grand cs.h gift,
r.ne (imnd cash a' ft 10,01X1, one grand ca.h
Hft 6.tH'(. 94cn.hKha or 11,000 each M.OUO.
Wi rarh gifla ofiiu each 1,000, SO cnh Kifta of
4iki eni'h WW, loo ch gnta of So each 10,.
(Hill, 16H cash ft'lta of 20u such 'M,iU, 6UO caab
XiRanl Iiki eui'h 09,11011, O.IHK) cni-h gilts of 10
rni'h oo.ooo. Total, 10, duo yiHs. all ca.b,
To pronde mean for this msanificent eon
cert, one hundi ed thousand whole tickets oo
y will be leaned.
Whole ticket, $10: hlr,S; and qnartera.
Kieven wlmle tickets for lloo No dia.
j.iiuit on leva than lino orders
'I lie olii cl ofthiii ihir.1 gift concert, like the
two heretofore given with such unieral ap
proviil, in the ciilnigement and endowment of
the public lihrnrr ot Kentucky, which, by the
epecial nut MUlli'irising the concert for ita ben
eti' , is to he forever Iree to all cititena ol ST
ery State The drawing will be under the su.
pervi.ion of Ihe Trnnteet of the library, aa
ited tiy the mo.t eminent citmens of Ihe
United Butes The nlo of tickets has already
prourcsed so far ttmt complete .uccchs is a
nucd.nnd l.nver. are therefore notilied thai
they m lift nnler at once if they desire to par.
ticipnte in the drawing
I he management of this undertaking has
hren coiiinntteil hy ttio trustees to Hen Thof
R Hninletie, Ule Governor of Kentucky, to
wliom cnmnmnii'ntinna pertaining to the Gift
Concert may be nddveiNed
K T DIIKRETT, Pres't
" W N UALI(MaN, Vice Pres't
IOHV SCAIV, Pec'v PuMic l-ihrarr of Ky
'AKMER.-1'a liKUVEtS' BANK, l'reaturer,
Ac the time for the Conceit Isclote al hand
( Vi-il Mth.) pirties wtinting lii Keta hould
Bend In their orders immeiliiilely If they
would nvnirl Ihe rush and delay ahaolutely
un ioidHt)le in th. few days preceding the
drawing. All older, for agencien, circulars
and Infnrmxtinn will m. el with prompt atten
tion, 'f Hub. B. b It AM LETT G. Agent PubliO
Library KentucKy, Louia.illo. Ky.
Paint and Second Street.
CIIILLICO THE, O.
Will have on Sale ly the 20 th intt,
a full line of
Dry Goods in his Wholesale Depart
ment Including the moet popular brands of
Bro. & Bl, Sheetings,
Tickings & Checks,
Drillings & Cambrics.
Crash & Huck Towels,
Jeans and Flannels, .
Irish Linens. &c., &o
nuyera are solicited to examine his slock
which will be offered at prices as tow as sa
New supply of Brussels, Ingrain, Veoetiaa.
Hemp and Cottage at
Soet R. B. I'lAST.
Seeds, Plants, Trees, prepaid by
My flew priced descnptire catalogue ftf
hcice Sower end garden seeds, tb sorts of
ithcr forji; new and choice varieties nffruat
mid crnninental fees, ahrilhs, evergreens.
nes, gnipes, lillies, -mall fruits, house and
mirdcr i.lan.a and- tuiliis-. one year gmftad .
r'lit trees for mailing ruit stock of art Kinds;
uedge. plnnis. 'S the -most complete asnrt
nenl in tnecoiin'rv, win wthj;i,-
:liiin aiblress, with P. O. box True Cape
i-od Ciauberry fo: irpland or lowland, J8 pe
nam; fl er 100; prepaid by mail. Trade In
to dealer, beads or cxtnniieion. Agents
"'b!11 M. WATSON", Old Colony
Nurseries and S ed Warehouse.Ply
.1. m... T"n4m I IfAOL '
muuiii iuaa DtajMJVvw,.
A T-T? "BANK'S
OTOCK and Ore Scales as good as new, far
pesJe.eA vary lewjijaa,. .iisji