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' SPECIAL NOTICES.
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
ITIcArthur, Ohio.
Particular .tteution gien to the treatment
f lh natural teeth.
Ko Business Dosh oh Saturdays
J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer, to tha Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. 19eptly
A. SPENCER NYB.
J. 8. MACKET.
MYE & MAC KEY.
IMrWTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Oas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT STUET.
CIIILLICO TIIE, OHIO.
lloetim
Notice to Teachers.
TBI BOARIHIScnool Examiner tor Vin.
on County will meet t tha Uuion School
Qouse, In MeArthur, on the 1st and 3rd Satur
iay ol March, April, May, September, October,
and November; and the lit Saturday in Janu
ary, February, June, July, August, and De
cember, In eoh j ear. Examinations to com
mence at ten o'clock, A. H. Satisfactory oti
dene of good moral character fill be required
n all ease. A If e of 60 cent is required by
aw from each applicant.
M.R.BARNES, Ch'n, 1 Board of
J.H HUHN, School
L. O. FKRl'OE. Clerk, ) Examiner..
Howard Baultary Aid Associa
tion. for the Relief and.Cur of the Erringand Un
fort uuate on Princi pies of Christian
Philanthropy.
Sssays on the Errors of Youth, and the foW
lies of Ago, in relation to Marriage and 8ocial
XtUs, with sanitaiy aid for the afflicted
4eat free, in sealed envelopes. Address,
OV7ARO ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:':a.el
pliia, Pa.
IvVARTnUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
eamut, "REGULAR Meetings ofthis En
SVrSjxfi IVcnmpment will hereafter be
4v?!rl3? '""'' on ",e accond and last
"mift Wednesday eveniug of each
manrfa. Patriarchs n other eucampnieui.
who mar be rieitinff om n are invited to
attend. JOHN P. liUNKLE, CP.
Juun T. RAPta, S.
MoArlhur. Keb'r IT, 1870.
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I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
kinds of
FURNITUIIE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full istock of Cof-
,ns and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
Jhearse when desired.
PARIS MORTON,
Jorner of High and Loousv Streets,
Mc ARTHUR, Q.
flrmarisr.
REWARD.
For any case of blind.
leedinu, itchir.E or nicer.
,ti pile., thai llrHing's
Pile ItemaHy rails to cure.
f 1 It is nrepartd lo cure the
piles and nothing e.ss. domi cyan oruggiaw,
Price fl.OO. '
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Eld. A. f. ij'aosT will preach
next baturday evening and
Sunday at the Christian church
Mrs. Pkrry Allender, of
this township, died on Wednes
day morning after a protracted
illness.
Mrs. S. B. Winters and Mrs.
Patrick O'Keefe are both very
ill, and doubts are entertained
ot their recovery.
Bowen is sick, lie wants
the Sheriff's advertising. He
will have to wait till Pilcher
is elected.
Attention is directed to the
c.rd of W. A. Tollev, in another
column. Mr. Tolley is well
known in this section, is a clever
gentleman and a liberal dealer.
Our dealers should give him
their orders.
The Llulbert House sign,,
which has stood on the corner
of Main and Market streets for
twenty-five or thirty years, has
been cut down, and a sign ol
a more modern pattern painted
on the house.
George F. IStiscucomb, who
was lately an employee ot the
Enquirer, is now at Platts
mouth, Nebraska, publsihing a
daily paper with the motto,
"Tall oaks from little acorns
grow."
We never saw the road from
MeArthur to the Station rough
er than at present. It is pos
ilively dangerous to navel
over it. We would just abcut
as leave take our chances in a
Modoc peace commission as
make the trip over in the hack.
Henut Clark, one of our
prominent citizens, has sold his
farm, advertised his stock and
implements at public sale, in an
other column, and is about to
start for tbe West. Mr. Clark
is a clever gentleman and will
leave a host of friends at his old
home.
The lies which were set up
on Mr. Wells with such nicety
by l Ii e Enquirer and given out
on the eve of the election had
their legitimate effect at Mr
Wells' home 105 majority. If
the Enquirer could just have
had another blast at him he
would have got every vote in
Wilkesville township.
The Odd Fellows of Logan
will entertain their brethren of
this district, at Logan, on Sat
urday, April 20 the 52d Anni
versary of the institution of
that order in America. Quite
a number of the brethren
from this county have express
ed their intention of being
present.
BarnetT, the hack driver,
gave it up in disgust yesterday,
and carried the mail to the
station on horseback. If Me
Arthur expects to keep up
communication with the out
side world we ought to have
a passable road or secure a
good strong policy on the life
of the driver and his pnssen
gers.
Work has commenced on
the bridge situated on the
ope Furnace and Hope Sta
tion road at the farthest point
Irom water known in Brown
township. Since it has come
in order lor the Commissioners
to bridge mud roads instead of
impassible streams, why should
not the road from MeArthur to
to the Station be bridged? It
needs it worse than the Hope
Furnace road.
The report current here
for several days that work was
o be suspended on the O.
Mc-A. & C. R. R. on account of
an order of Court in the suit
now pending in Gallia county
against the present Directors,
is without foundation. Mr.
Karnes, who was in attendance
at Court, states that th case
will not be heard until the
next term of Court, and in the
meantime work wiflbe pushed
with renewed vigor.
Some of the citizens of Br wn
township insist on knowing the
name of the stream over which
that hillside bridge la being
built on the Hope Furnace
road. It is being built over a
hollow where there never was a
bucket full of water at any one
time, and within a quarter of
a rnile of the point where the
old State road crosses Big
Sand Creek, which is impassa
ble at every rain. The Com
missioners pay $175 for their
little toy. We heard a relia
ble Brown township Democrat
flay yesterday that he would
have fixed the road at that
point for them and kept it in
repair twenty-five years for
fifty dollars. The people are
only out $125 on that little
transaction.
Tub Jackson Standard says
the election of Mr. Wells is to
be contested on the grounds
that he is not a citizen of Vin
ton county. Tbe Standard is
probably misinformed as there
is no grounds for such a con
test, and prominent Democrats
here know nothing of it. We
called on Mr. Claypoole to as
certain the truth ot the report,
but he was in Chillicothe at
tending to business in connec
tion with the next term of
Court.
By the careless use of a pro
noun last week we might have
misled some to think that Maj.
Mitchell paid Shriner $10 to
withdraw as a candidate for
Justice of the Peace. 'Squire
Wortman, also a candidate, is
the man who is reported to
have given the money, and was
the one referred to, .tnd then
Shriner withdrew in Mitchell's
favor. Juit there, as the boy
say, is where the laugh comes
in.
No sooner does an enterpris
ing Ohio farmer find himself
comfortably settled on a snug
patch of ground, all his own,
with corn worth forty cents a
bushel, than he at once decides
to pull up 6takes and "go
West." But before he does so,
it might be proper for him to
consider the fact that Iowa has
been burning her corn this
winter at the rale ot fifty thou
sand bushels a day.
St. Bukkley, the music deal
er, of Chillicothe, will be here
next Tuesday, and attend to
tuning and repairing pianos
and orgaim. Orders may be
left at this office.
Our hardware men are los
ing money by neglecting to ad
vertise their heating stoves.
The third section of ihe Pos
tal appropriation act of the last
session repeals all laws permit
ing the transmission by mail ol
any free matter whatever, from
and after June 3(th. Under
this law quarterly prepay
ments of postage will be re
quired on all newspaper ex
changes and county newspa
per?, the same as is now re
quired ic the case of all sub
scriptions, namely: five cents
per quarter for weekly newspa
pers, thirty cents per quarter
tor papers published six time
per week, and thirty five cents
per quarter for daily papers;
prepayment per quarter or per
year to be made either at the
office where mailed or at the
office where delivered. In oth
er wortis tbe same rule will be
applied to all newspapers by
whomsoever sent or received.
Wm. Schultz, a butcher by
trade, residing in Waverly,
drowned himself one dry last
week. The rash act was com
mitted while laboring under
depression of spirits in conse
quence ot the excessive use ot
whisky.
A company, with $200,000
capital, has been started in
New York to sell farmer's milk
to the inhabitants. The rela
tive value of this article as
compared to cow's milk and
goat's milk is not stated.
Thk Ohio'Constitutienal Con
ventlom will nave about seven
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Republican majority.
Annual Convention of the Vinton
County Sunday School
Union.
The Annual Convention of
the Vinton Connty Sunday
School Union will be held on
the 0th and 10th of May, at
Damden, in the M. E. Church.
The Vice Presidents are re
quested to notify tbe various
schools ot their respective
tOrtnships, and have each
school send in a delegate. Am
ple provision for the entertain
ment ot delegates has been
made. We hope every school
in ithe county will be repre
sented. The Committee report the
following
PROGRAMME.
May 9th.
Afternoon session, 2 o'clock
Devotional exercises.
Annual address by H. H.
Swaim.
Appointment of committees.
Ueneral conference meeting.
Reports of committees.
Adjournment. ,
Evening session, 7 o'clock
The mode! superintendent,
by H. W. Coultrap and Dr. S.
C. Teeters.
The model teacher, by
Charles Taylor and Geo. Rickey-
Question box opened and
answers given.
Adjournment.
May 10th.
Morning session, 8 o'clock
Devotional exercises.
Children's meetings and
monthly concerts by RThomp
son and S. S. Iluhn.
Discussion of question: "Re
solved that our Sunday School
should adopt a uniform series
of lessons." Affirmative, It S.
Barnhill, Negative J. S. With
erspoon. Question box opened and an
swers given.
Adjournment.
Alternoon session, 1:30 Re
ports from delegates.
A model Bible class taught
by Prof. M. R.Barnes.
Election of officers.
Miscellaneous business.
Atlj jurnment.
by order of Ex. Com.
J. S. HUHN, Sec'y.
ZALESKI O., April 24, 1873.
Editor Record: Please an
nounce through your valuable
columns that the village of Zu
leski Company's Coal Mines
situated in Brown township,
dubbed by some,,lCoal Hollow"
and by others l,Biinghole," will
from and after this date, be
known as the village of Coal-
ROBT. THOMPSON,
Manager Zaleski Co.
Harvey Wells, Republican,
was elected in Vinton county,
us a delegate to the Constitu
lional Convention. His ma
jority w3 355. Hurra lor lit
Logan Republican.
can.
Mrs.' Reynolds, wife 'of the
absconding Sheriff of Athens
county, is dead. The trouble
caused by the crime and dis
grace of her husband probably
caused her death.
The Bellbnt Furnace, at
Iromon made during the month
of March, 1,364 ions of No. 1
pig iron, besides large quanti
lies of castings. ?
BIRTHS.
In MeArthur, on the 16th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Patilck O'Keefe, a son.
In MeArthur, on the 19th, to Mr.
awl Mrs. Sanford B. winters, a on.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sack ,
Corn
Oata
Wheat
Beans
Potatoes
Dried Apr'es
Dried Peaches
Hav V ton .
Hams, country
" sujrar cured
Smoked Mdes
Shoulders
Pickled Pork
Kjffrs
Butter
Lard ,
Chickens, live
Hocking Salt per bbl
Sacks ..."
White Fish
Rio Coffee
Coffee Sugar
Demarara "
Cuba
New Orleans Molasses . . .
Sorghum "
Syrup
Star Candles, per lb
Tallow -
Soap, country .per-lb
Llefse
Cfai. par Bits
1 Hogs, dressed $ cwt
.. $2.50
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503.00
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APPLE TItEES, CUUUANTS,
PEA It, UASBEltltlES.
C1IEHRI ES. ST It A XV II K R HI ES,
PEACHES, GOOSKHKItlMKS.
QUINCES, GHAPEVINES.&C
A LARGE STOCK OF ALL TIIE 1EADIXG VARIETIES OX HMD.
Roses, Green House and Bedding Plants.
NEW AND RARE PLANTS!
ATIjAROE AND FINE ASSORTMENT.
Early ftgeluble Plants, Tomatoet, Cabbage, Celery,
Cauliflower, Street Potato Plants.
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
April 3,1873. 4t
MESALEIIOTH
S. C. SWIFT.
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
-AND-
miMFj
Is now
WAILILPAP11
In all late styles and quality made a specialty. Sold in quantities to suit
Cuatomors.
S. O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
Just Received
Has just received his
SPRING STOCK OF WALL PAPER
A large stock, and the richest, most eleirant patternj ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can be found elsewhere in tho
coucty.
TRANSOM PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cbe ip.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggs & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD OF BEST BRANDS.
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for use.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of the red, white and blue barrels.
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WM. McKELLAR,
Chillicothe, Ohio. ,
WARE.
complete.
EVERY FARMER
Should call at tha
FAlCMEKS' IMPLEMENT
MAOHIBEET AHD SEED ST0BE
OF
A. PTJRDTJM & BRO.,
Where they will And a hill' slock of the verjt
best ol
AGRICl LTLRAL IMEIIEXTS,
ConsittiDg of the
Lacanferand JIuckeyeGraln
Drills, One-liorse uucu
eje Urllls for Corn Land.
The very best in the market. The
Bnckeye ImproreH and American Feed
Colters, torn Knellers, imamrtr.
Wagons. Fannin; Wills, Farm Bella,
tbe famous Union C'barn, tbe tireat
Agricultural Steamer,
For cookinn food for atocic. Ewry farmer
and stock raiser should have one.
ForscYth Scales
For uroecrie". warh.ros and farmers. A
large assortment of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such as HOES, RAKE8. FORKS. SHOVELS,
and PLOWS of all kinds
also a full assortment of
Farm, Yepetaele and Garden Seeds
In short rfnlrrtwblnhedb,rmer'saccom.
moaation store, whefe all are inviled to call
and examine our atouit,
ItT NO. A.tKiST 5T REtT
CHILLICOTHE OHIO.
HOLLOWAH PILLS
Holloway's Ointment.
TB E grand principle that operalea in these
wonderful medicines, is the poer thm
they posne.a in purifying Ihe turgid blnnd,
aiid expePing thb corrupt humor, from the
ytem.
HOLLOWAT'8 PILLS consist of a careful
and pwutiar admixiure rf the finest vegets
M extra -Is, herh and medicl gnnia. In
ae.xing uot a grain of mineinl in theircnm
hinntinn, they never expone those who tin
them to any danirer, at any tune or season.
No , oiher need heailaie In pre.crib them to
her children, and the moid, drhcnie r-nntitu
tinnM can use them with aa great a benefit n
the most rifioroua and poweifui frame.
HOLLOW AY & 00., Sole Proprietors
78 Maiden Lane, New York
Hollowav'H Piflssnd Ointment are sold si
ii crnls. (AX rente and tl per box or pot. A
grentnaviniHs-made by buying tue large sisei
6nofU724w HATS !
Fall Styles,
M1XE A tVS HAT ST0RF
fA!NT -STREET,
OHTTL.L.ICOTHE.
Itocl 1(72
American Hand Corn Planter
. a
8nt by express on receipt of Ii SO HAfN
A CO, maiiuiaclurers. fet Loui. Mo Liberal
terms to dealer Hsud stimp foreiniiilar
WITflEfiBY.EUQa 4EICHARD30K
MAM'MCIU BERS UF
Wood Working Machiaery Centrally.
Speclaliirat Weed worth P I a a I a .
Tangerine: aad t.raeviaff Maraine.
AtkfaarB I'.uu Iu)e4
Teaaa Alarhiacs, -lc.
Central, cor. Union St.,W0EOESTEB
MASS,
L. U. WlTlIERBT. O. J. RUGO.
8. M. RICHARDSON.
Stationery, Portable and Blast
ENGINES.
Saw Mill, r louring Mill aad Blast Machinery
U. A F. BLAND Y, Newark, Ohio.
WORKING CLASSIC15 &JZ
Biiaritutri-J. Ke(:tlila employment at
home, day or eTrninr.; no c.piUI required!
full io'triiLlloo. arm a T.lu.bl package ul
good, ten tree by mail Address with cent
return .tamp, M. YOUNG CO., It CorllaaU
Ht N r.
H(?tftt3lVer d,J' Agents wanted) All
either trz,? ting or old, make mote aaon
at work lor us in ibeir spare momenta, or el
Hie lime, than any thing ele. Particular, free
Adilrv.ta. 6I INSEN CO., Portland, Mia.
HORRIBLE.
I 111 ffprftil With f'alamL llilrletJ na mmA m m
curd by nm pie rvinetiy. Will tend receipt,
i.iHMrirrr, to an mniit'ieu, ner J i. BE,AUt
Lrnwer 170, tiyracuHe, N Y
We euro tha habit per
manrntly, cheap, quick,
without sufleriae; or in-conft-nier-ce.
Leacribo
IllA'ARMSTKuNn, M. f ) .
your ce. Addre.sa.tl.
EATERS. ISoxT' M'ohi"-'p-0-
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Einmitt Houss,
Sbreckeneauit's Old Standi
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
MANUFACTURER AND PSALIt If
Fino Gold Jewelry.
Agents for
American and Foreign Watches.
Elgin WatchM
U.S. W.
Howard M
W.KU.m
Btiiliignuld "
N Y.
Sl-s
Engllih
O. nu' Chains
Millwu "
iHmrm "
ClKtelin
Seih Tliomas Clock.,
AVit.nb.rg
Ttrry "
O ld Setta
:lH.n,ond "
Pearl '
J.t
CnrnFt
KicklaoM
BracaU's '
Piu. and Sturft
t'uS Buttons
TbiaiblM
Hair J.w.lry
aiwclacl..
Kilrar W.r
P'altd War
IT In. Cutlery
As.nts for
U.IBIB & (OLD HXt
A FULL LNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & EIETHDAY PEESENT3
Unorid mnde 'o orderand repairing dot by
carotul wnikmrn. No rtra charge U t en
sjr ivmg gnnda bought a', this establial ia.nv
2 hu 1K7J ly
Mry Goods
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WHOLESALE.
Ml
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILLICO TUB, O.
Will have on Sale by the 20 f. (ntt.
a full line of
Pry Goods In his Wholesale Depart
ment. Including the ino.t pqpulaf brands of
Fancy Calicos.
Shirting Calicos.
Brown Muslins,
Eleaohed Maslins--Ero.
dc Eh Sheetings,
Tickings & Checks,
Domestio Ginghams,
DeniuB, Stripes,
Drillings & Cambrics,
Table Llner.s.
Crash & Huck Towelts
JeannbnrJ Flannels,
Irish Linens, &c &cw
Buyers sre solicited to ex-tmine Ills slock
which will he oflered at prices aa lowaaia
other market..
CARPETING.
New supply nf Hru'sels, tngraln. Venetian,
Hemp and Cottage at
LOWEST
MARKET PRICES
SALE.
"FA TRT. AST It'S-
STOCK and Ore Sualea a good aa new, lor
wieal vary low price. Call on
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