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SPECIAL NOTICES.
,N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
IflcArthur, Ohio.
Particular attention giten to the treatment
i ne naiurai leein.
No Business Dobi ow Satcbdats
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
-offers !to tha Merchant and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, superior stock
f Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most f.yorable. 19eptly
A.BMNCERNTB. J. 8. MACkET.
TJYE & MACKEY.
IMrMRTERS AND DEALERS IN
rockery,Chlna & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STB ST.
CIIILLICOTHEiOIIIO.
31001171
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD or School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet nt the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
the 1st tDd 3rd Saturday of March,
April, May, September, Oolober and
"November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, Ftbruary, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
animations to commence at ten o'olock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant
M. It. BARNES Ch'o 1 Roard of
J. ii. IHIUN, V School Ex-
L. 0. PERDUE, Cl'k, aminers.
Howard Saultary Aid Associa
tion. for the Relief and Cur of the Erring and Un
fortunate on Prlucrples of Christian
' Philanthropy.
Xsaaa on the Errors of Youth, and ths foN
tie. of Age, in relation lo Marriage sod Social
Kfila, with aanilaiy aid for th afflicted
"Seat free, la sealed envelope.. Address,
KJWAKU ASSOCIATION, BoxP, Pi.:'wl
hit, Pa.
MARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1.0.0. F.
T)EGULAR Meeting. ofthie En.
jSVf"S& lVenmpment will hereafter be
L!Vf hnld 00 ,he second and last
WfnSW Wednesday evening, ef each
Hlk Patnaruh. oi ilher eiii'innieiii.
who mar M
attend.
i visiting out an are invited to
JuHN P. JjUMKLE, CP.
Julia T. Ri'raa, 8.
MoArthur, Krb' IT, IS70.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
Mnds of
FDBNITUHE,
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
jhearse when desired.
PARIS fluHTOlY,
(loner of High and Loouat Streets,
MoARTNUR.O.
7marlir. '
THE VINTON RECORD,
Ofnolsl Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The Contest.
was right last
week m announcing that Mr.
WelU'seatin the Constitution,
al Convention was to be con
tested. We made the mistake
of asking Democrats who were
not posted in the movements
of the ring. We should think
Mr. Wells' majority would have
been enough to satisfy the ring
that the people of this county
do not look to them to defend
the interests of the public
However, the contest is of no
moment to the public. Mr.
Wells ia a citizen ol Vinton
county, can establish the fact
beyond question, and if the
ring leels like squandering any
money to ascertain that act
they are welcome to the sDort.
"They pays Iheir money and
taues their choice."
Tab Court of Common Pleas
convenes next Tuesdiv. the
6th. The following named per-
sons were drawn as jurors.
Grand Jury J J. Speak-
man, J. R. Lanlz, John Hum
phrey. Lewis Devault, John
Collins L. S. Paine. G
Brown, S. B. Ullom, Jonathan
Ray, Win. Ogle, J. W. Ran
nellfl, David Hawk, Georjre
Crow, T. M. Bay, Uenry Yaple.
reUt JuryVti Ureen.
Thomas Magee.G. W. Johnson.
Joshua Wood, George Rhine-
hart, Wm. Clark, A. U. Turvev.
Jeremiah McLaughlin, M. U.
Walker, Thomas Vance. liar
rison Lyle, James Cox.
Lewis Siiuutz, ol Jackson
township, who was probably
the tallest man in the county,
measuring over six feet, six
inches, died suddenly of hearl
disease, last Thursday. lie
was out iu the field plowing,
and lailing to answer the call
to dinner, tearch was insti
tuted, when he was found dead
Uis hands were under a chunk
of wood, over which ho had
lalleu, showing that In the act
ol removing it from the way of
his plow he had dropped over
dead instantly. .
AN.ingeuious McArthiir me
chanic is engaged on the mod
el of a stuve that will dig ils
own coal. Uis oldest boy is
working at an attachment to
get up and build the fire and
put on the tea-kdtlle. It
ia believed there will be a
brisk demand for that kind of
a Btove when completed. Some
rich man can obtain an inter
est in the patent by advancing
money lo board the lamily
while the experiineat, is in
progreu.
We received a lot. of trees
and shrubs from the Blooming
ton (III.) Nurseries last week
which were a marvel of good
packing. They came through
without injury, and apparently
as Iresb as though they were
just out of the ground. It is a
pleasure to receive goods from
this establishment, as one can
always plant with the assur
ance that the articles will
grow.
Tub weather is what might
be called variegated One f
our go-ahead farmers was in
here one morning last week
looking for a bob-tailed over
coat and a pair of mittens to
wear while dropping corn, lie
sent his boy back in the alter
noon after a refrigerator to
tone down the temperature.
He says 4,the old man is bound
to get in a crap if he don't
raise a later."
Attention is directed to the
advertisement of John M.
Gsehner, dealer in Marble and
Scotch granite monuments,
tombstones, etc. Mr. Goehner
is an experienced workman,
has superior facilities for car
rying on the business, and
sells his work at lair prices.
Read his advertisement and
give him your order if you are
needing anything in hit line.
Tflfc cold weather has thrown
the farmers behind ia every
description of work,
A QBKERAL Jjloom W83 cast
over the community last Tburs
day by the announcement that
Mrs. b. B. Winters and Mrs.
Patrick O'Keefe died within a
few minutes of each other,
about noon on thalday. They
were both young women, ap
parently in the prime of health
and life, were next door neigh
bors, and both mothers of chit
dren less than a week old.
Death under such circum
stances seems to come with re
doubled pain' and anguish, and
awaken the sympathy of all.
Mrs. Cynthia J. Winters was
the wile of onr Deputy Sheriff,
daughter of Mr S. B. Ullom,
and was born and raised in
this county. She hs been
marriad but a little over a year,
was twenty-three years of age,
and was a member of the
Christian Church.
Mrs. Kate O'Keefe was born
in the county of Watterford,
Ireland, was twenty-eight years
old, and was the daughter of
Mrs. Holland, a widow lady
who has resided here with her
family for a number of years.
She was a member of the
Catholic church.
The unlooked for death of
these youn mothers, loved and
respected as they were by a
large circle of friends, casts a
deep shadow of gloom upon
the commmunity and marks a
sad epoch in the history of our
village not soon to be forgot
ten.
Wm. Ratcliff, a prominent
Democratic stock dealer ol
Jackson county, put his faith
in the stories peddled about by
Democratic politicians and pa
pers during the late campaign
and made a bet of $100,
in WilkesvillA, last week,
that Mr. (Veils did not
pty as much as $40 taxes
iu Jackson county. Themon-j
ey was deposited in the hands
of a prominent citizen of
Wilkesville while Mr. Ratcliff
went to the Auditor to get a
certified statement. He went,
was satisfied, but concluded he
had no lurther use for that
money and never returned. So
much f(r believing what you
read iu Democratio newsp;-
pers.
Mrs S. B. Ullom is danger
ously ill with lung fever, sup
posed to have been contracted
in attending to the funeral f
her daughter, Mrs. Winters.
She has had charge of her
daughter's child since the
death ol its mother, and that,
with a young child of her own,
has added to the care and ex
citement, and no' doubt hasten
ed the disease.
There has been an active
real estate market here during
the last three or four weeks,
and considerable property has
changed hands, the purchasers
being mostly tanners from
Perry county, who, by reason
of railroads, have sold their
(arms at high prices, and are
now after more farms with
coal on them.
There wore ten bidders at
the Auditor's office on the new
county bridges. The contracts
were awarded as follows :
The Wort man bridge to G.
W. Pitcher, at $1,450; the
Beck ley bridee to G. R. Bell,
at $763; the Ilamden bridge to
R. D. Edwards, of Meigs Co,
at $1,275.
A musical and literary enter
tiinment, assisted by the Mc
Arthur Brass Band, will be
given at the School House
Hall, on Thursday evening,
May 1st, for the benefit of the
M. Church. ' Admission 25
cents; children 15 cents. Come,
all
There is a general cry for
ooal. The long cold winter
has exhausted the stock, and
the bad roads make it almost
impossible to haul it at pies
ent.
The regular monthly meet
ing of the babbaih School
children will be held at the
Cnristian Church, next Friday
eyenlng.
Tub new Council has decid
ed to the ecrofne ordinance
preventing stock from running
at large, has instructed the
Marshal accordingly, and on
and after this date persons
missing their hogs, horses.
mules, cows, etc., may look for
them in the pound. By the
way, speaking of Councils and
pounds reminds us to say that
the old Council is entitled to
the credit of wiping out, by
payment, the debt of the cor
poration accumvlated by their
predecessors. We believe we
never had the pleasure of say
inga good word for them dur
ing their term of office, we are
therefore pleased to record
their faithfulness to the intei
ests of the people in this re
spect. We like to see a judicious
economy of space lo the build
ing of a town, such as is evinc
ed by Mr. Lafayette . Raynor,
in building his carpenter shop
over the pavement on Church
street, thus making available
an additional space in his "la
ter patch" for agricultural
purposes. We don't know what
rent he pays the Council, but
will notify our readers as soon
as we find out. In the mean
time we understand he pro
poses notifying the public that
they must cease to trespass
upon his shop, by passing thro'
it, under paind penalty of pros-
ecutiou.
J. A. Felton is in! the city
after a new stock of Spring
Dry and Fancy Goods, clothinf,
boots, shoes, etc. and he is now
in receipt of the same. Hi. al
ways makes selections in good
taste, and as he says he has a
dispatch from the weather
olerk stating that the weather
is now settled and Spring goods
may be considered the style,
now is the time to make Your
purchases,
Tub Jackson Standard says
there will soon be six pig iron
furnaces in blast within the
corporate limits of that place.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Perdue to W. It. llerron,
road, Jackson tp., $25,
Mary Sprouse to Chas. Millor, quit
claim, in lot 12, Ilamden $100.
Elisha Brown to It J T. Brown,
quit olaim, 80 acres, Jackson tp., $80
J- F. Bnrtlett et al to R. J. T.
Brown, quit claim, 80 acres, Jackson
td.,1280.
Isaiiih Turner to R. J. T. Brown, 80
acres, Jackson tp., $80.
Jacob Shnckey to Harriet M. Ran
kin, in lots 71 & 72, pt, McArthur,
$175.
J. J. Shockey to Harriet M. Rankin,
quitclaim, interest in out lot a, Mo
Arthur, Suppnit of parent during life.
F. M. Dowd to Eva Whitlatch, in
lot 203, MoArthur, and Jennie G.
Dowd to Eva Whitlatch, in lot 204,
McArthur, $500.
J. V. Kftler to Palmer Nixon part
of in lot 38, MoArthur, $450.
Wm. Bray to Isaao Lafullett 240
acres, Elk tp., $9,600.
T. W. Stanley to Thomas Parks,
AJn If ! a at t rf '
itcrcs, unrrmon ip.f vi.uw
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
C. Newton Ross and Sarah K. Cook.
Math Ins Reynolds and Mary Enrin.
Leo Webb and Saiah J. Faulkner.
Hugh Waddle and Annie M. McNeil.
John Ogan and Elizabeth Hawk.
ZALESKI O., April 24, 1873.
Editor Record: Please an
nounce through your valuable
columns that the village of Za
leski Company's Coal Mines
situated in Brown township,
dubbed by sonie."Coal Hollow"
and by others Biwghole," will
from and alter this date, be
known as the village of Coal-
ROBT. THOMPSON,
Manager Zaleski Co.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacic $260
Corn 60
Oatt 60
Wheat 1.75al.80
Beans 3.6003.00
Potatoes' l.OO
Dried Api-les 7510O
Dried Peaches 3.'J0
Hav V ton 18.00
Hams, country .12U
" siijrar cured 15
Smoked Mdes 1. ... .10
Shoulders 7(.8
Pickled Pork 7 8
Kjrgg 10
Butter .25
Lard 08
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocklne rfalt per bbl........ . 2.60
Sacks . . " 15n25
White Fish 7.00
Uio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 16
Demarara " 12a.l5
Cuba - 13
New Orleans Molasses...... .80al
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup 75a.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb . .-. .25
Tallow - ..: .15a20
Soap, country per lb...... 6a6
Gteeee 20
Cnauparbns ...".V...." 7&8
Hogs, dressed, f ewt 5 00
ROSE G ROVE NURSERY
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APPLE TREES, CURRANTS,
LAnc ItAS BERRIES.
CUE5I?!ES STRAWBERRIES,
PEACHES. . GOOSKKF.RKIEg.
QUINCES, GRAPEVINES.&C.
A LARGE STOCK OF ALL THE LEADING VARIETIES OX USD.
Roses, Green House and Bedding Plants.
NEW AND RARE PLANTS !
A'LARQE AND FINE ASSORTMENT.
Early Vtgttubte Plant: Tomatoet, Cabbage. Celery.
Cauliflower, Sweet Potato Plantt.
Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to.
April 3, 1873. 4t
nOLlMLEiOTIOM
S. C. SWIFT.
OHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
AND
Is now
WALIiPAPE!
In all lata styles and quality made a
Jist MeceiYed
I Vfli
Has just
SPKIG STOCK DF WALL PAPER
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 elsewhere in the
county.
TRANSOM PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, obeip.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN &LOWER 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
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for t.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of the red, white and blue barrels.
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WM. McKELLAR,
Chilllcothe, Ohio.
complete.
specialty. Sold in quantities to suit
Customers.
S. O. SWIPT,
Chillicothe, Ohio. ,
I
received his
a
BEST BRANDS.
EVERY PARMER
8huld call at the
FARMERS' IMPLE5IE3JT
LfAOHIHEEY AND SEED STOBE
OF
A. PURDUM & BR0.,
Where they will And a Dill stock of the Terjr
totilol
AGR1CILTLRAL IMPLEMENTS,
. . . Coatietinjr, of tb .
Lacaalerand flurkeyeGraln
Drills, Oue-horie Duck
eye Urllls for Corn Land.
Th T.ry best ia the mark.t. Ths
Barkers ImprarH and American Te4
Cattera, t'ar.i Shellern, Delaware Farm
Waf.ni. Fannlnir Mills, Farm Bella,
the raaaoai Vaioa Chnra, the Ureal
Agricultural Steamer,
For conking food for atocK. Every tarmor
and atok raiaer should hate ooe.
Forscyttiti Soales.
For groceries wrh-ne. and Carmera. A
large aMortmeot of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Su.h aa HOF.o, P.4KEB, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and PLOWS or all kinds.
also a fUll assortment of
Farm, Yeretaele and Garden Seeds
In short a retnlare.tkbli.hed farmer' accom
modation .tore, whera all are io'Ued to call
and examine our .took,
AT HO. IT, PAINT STBEfcT
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AN I'
Holloway's Ointment.
THE grand principle that operate. In these
wonderful medicine., I the poaer that
they po.ee.. in purifying the turglil blood,
a.id expelling the corrupt humor, from the
ytem.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS ennmst of a careful
and peculiar .rintixiure t the flne.l vegeta.
bla extnvta, herb and medical gum.. Po.
sea. inn not a grain of mineral in their com
bination, they nerer expoxe those who uee
them to any dancer, at any time or season.
No i other need hexiiate to prescribe them to
her children, and the moat delicate ron.tita
tinna can use them with aa great a benent as
the noil rigorou. and poweiful frame.
HOLLOW AY & 00., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane, New York
Hoiloway'a Pill. end Ointment, ire .old at
IS cent., Ulyi cent, and SI per box or pot. A
grentsa.ini i. made by buying tne large. iara-
SnoTl7i4w
JOB WOBZ
Done Neatly and Promptly,
ATTaisornci.
D. M. FERRY'S
-SUP- '
BRIGGS & BRO'S
Choice Flower and
T THS DRUG 8TOBE Of
WOLF, PEARCE & CO,
Sorth Side Vain St,' two Soon
West of Market,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction.
BEST IN THE MARKET,
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emnuts House,
ghreckeDgaait's Old Itand,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
MAKUFACTURIB AND DSULH IS
Fine Gold Jewelry.
AgeoU for
American and Foreign Watshes.
rirlo W.tchM
rj.aw.
Howard "
W.ltham .
Burtnallcld "
K I.
SwiW M
Engliih
Omi.' Chalas
Ntllaoa
Open -
Ca.ttlia
Beth Thontai Clocks,
Wlt.ab.rg
T.rrj
OoU tttt
Dlaatae.d "
P.ar -J.t
O.rm.t u
Krcklaeee"
BrtKxI.i. '
FIh and Studs
!utr nations
Tblmblo
Hair J.w.lrf
flpeetacle,
6ller Ware
Plated War.
flue Catlsr
Igeais fer ,
MARIE & TODD'S ICLD PENS
A FULL LNB OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BRIDAL & BIBTHDAY PBE5EITS
tioerts made to order and repairing dene br
careful workm.a. N eitra harao fne taj
grmng (ood bought al this e.Ubli.aiaenk
1 jaa 1873 ly ,
Mvy Goods
AT-
WHOLESALE.
Paint and Second Street.
CIIILLICOTHE, O.
Will have on Sale by the 20 imL
a full line of
Dry Goods in his Wholesale Depart
meat,
Including the ma popular brands of
Taney Oalioos,
Shirting Oalioos,
Brown Muslins,
Bleaohed Muslins.
Bro. 4 Bl, Sheeting!,
Tickings 4 Checks,
Domestio Ginghams, ,
Denims, Stripes,
Drillings & Cambrics,
Table Llnent.
Crash & Huck Towels,
Jeans and Flannels,
Irish Linens, etc.. &c
Buyers are .elicited to .x.mine hi. atoclc
which will be oflsred at prices aa low aa la
other market
CARPETING.
New supply or Brasaela, In .rain, Venetian,
Hemp snd Cottage at
LOWEST
MARKET PRICES
sort
St. B. SHAIT,
SCALES FOR SALE.
FATRBANK'S
OTOCK and Ore Soalee aa good a, new, for
Owle at Ttry lew price. Call en
atTll K.O.WNES Attornejf.
1 111
I Bo, yonr
fl WILSON' Wt I
1 namdea.who 9
I m.nubtctarea U
I and daala x
tnoaa article.. M
teitien gi.ea f
to Fine Calf J

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