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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT PETIST,
Mc Arthur, Ohio.
Partia dlr attention given M ""ol
flkeaalaral taeio.
No Breiwwa Dona o SitttDATi
J. r. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnaoe
tneu of Vintoo county, a superior itook
tf Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. 19eptlj
A. BPENCEB KTJt. J. 8. NACkET.
UYE & 17IACKEY.
IMPORTERS AID DKALER8 IN .
Crockery.Chlna & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixture,
OfPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
7 PAINT STRUT.
CIIILLICOTIIE, OHIO,
StociliTI
Notice, to Teachers.
TI1B BOARD or School Eiamioers
Tor Vinton County will meet at the
Union School Home, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the lit Saturday in
January, February, June, July, An.
gust and December, in each year. Ex
ruinations to commence at ten o'olook,
A. M. Satiefuctory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
ases. A fee of SO cents is required
by law from eaoh applicant.
M. R. BARNES Cli'n Board of
J.S. IIUUN, VSohool Ex-
L. 0. PK KDUE, Cl'k, J awiners.
toward Sauitary Aid Assocla-ttou.
For the Reliaf and fur of the Errtngaod Un.
fortMuataon Principle of Chrietiaa
Philanthropy.
S.eaya oi Ilia Errere of Youth, and the fol
llM of Ago, Id relation to Marriega end Social
Stile, with nanitaiy aid for tho afflioUdi
ieat frea, in eealeJ envelopoa. Addreaa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Ph:'oal
xhia, Pa. ...
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1.0. 0. F.
V)- TaEGUI.ARMeetlngeofthlaKn.
MrVa Aieamprneiit will herealter be
mrn Wednesday eveplnge of each
anaatb. Patnaroha atlier eDcaininieiiu
who tnav b tinting om own are invited to
attend. JdllM P. IjUNKLE, CP.
Juan T. Rtru, 8.
MnArlhur, Kab'y IT, 1170.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
iindsof
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
iearse when desired.
PARIS MORTON,
Porter of High and Locnjt ptjeeti,
MeARTHUR, O. '
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Stuck sales next Tuesday.
Wu. Skt bPi returned. Qe
lold "Flying Darter" during
his absence lor $500.
John Mayo Is on his way
home. Bis health has not been
materially improved, we are
sorry to Bay, by his trip.
Francis M. Dowd was elect
ed Street Commissioner at the
election last Thursday, the
voto standing, F. M. Dowd, 59;
Robert Sage, 52; Q. W. Pearce,
6; J. J. Shockey; 5.
Court convened on Tuesday,
Judge Hastings pertiding, and
op to the time of going to press
had' been 'engaged in calling
the docket, setting cases, and
hearing motions, the Qrand
Jury is still in session.
Bomb person who has no re
spect for the property of oth
ers, and very little self respect,
made an assault on Job Lucas'
barber pole one night last
week, tearing it down and
breaking it to peces. The pole
was valuable, having cost
about $25, and the loss to Job,
who is a poor man, is consider
able. The fact that Job is
poor, is of a race whose rights
and privileges are not yet as
securely settled as those of the
whites, adds to the mean
ness of the act.
Tue following is a list of let
ters remaining in the office at
Zaleski, 0:
William Hagaman, Caroliue
Smul), Rebecca Lightfoot, Cla
rissa Lofters, Win. McAthren,
S. B. McUarty, Catharen
Daugherty, Annie Ceal, Ade
line Clark, Geo. or Sarah
Banks, Robert Alexander,
Geo. Miller, Crist lleobst, Geo.
Ualvren, Win. llallren, Wauh
ler llenri, Johannes Hossen-
J. G. WILL, P. M.
Information has reached
here that Penrley G. Brown,
formerly of this place, a son of
Green Brown, ran away irom
his home in Noble Co , Ills.,
leaving a considerable amount
of indebtedness, and taking
about $20,000 which had been
entrusted him to buy stock by
parties in St. Louis. lie was a
married man, his wife having
been Miss Nellie McNeal, of
Frankfort, Ross Co., was
we understand, in expectancy,
or had already received, a con
siderable fortune left by her
grandmother.
At the meeting of the Coun.
cil last Monday evening, F. M.
Dowd was qualified as Street
Commissioner, and the Mar
shal was instructed to list all
the dogs in the village for tax
ation, and notify persons to re
move ash piles from the front
of their houses. We hope the
same order will be made to
apply to other things than coal
ashes." Some people make a
practice of throwing all the
dirt and brush that accumu
lates, in cellars and yards,
into the streets and al
leys, thereby keeping the
alleys impassable half the time
Lantz & Pearcs have on
sale the Eagle Pruning Tool,
manufactured by J. Williams fc
Son, Chagrin Falls, 0., which
deserves the attention of every
fruit raiser in the country. It
is the most powerful and per
fect instrument of the kind we
ever saw, cutting a mere twig
or a limb 4 to 6 inches- in oir-
cumference with equal facility
without bruising the tree in
the least. It will cut as close
as a limb can be sawed, leav
ing the wound on the tree per
fectly smooth, thus facilitating
the healing process. Not only
does it leave the wounds upon
tho tree in a better condition
than any other instrument, but
the work is so easily and neat
ly done that the time ancl ; la
bor of trimming is decreased
at least one-half,, The saving
in time alone will soon pay for
one of the tools. Call and ex
amine it. It has rp equal lor
the purpose.
Don't forget the Sale at
Henry Clark's, to day.
Thi following is a list of let
ters remaining in the postofflce
at Dnndas, May 1st, 1873:
Malen Belcher, P. Brannen,
Charles W. Kerr.
S. Isamingkb, P. M.
This Radical Legislature has
cost the people $15,00 per day
for the past seventeen weeks!
That is the cheapest Legisla
ture ever assembled in the
United Slates.
Mr. Tomunso5, who is
weather-wise and knows all
the old signs, and wonders, too,
for that matter, says we will
have no more frosts this Spring
that we have as many frosts
in May as fogs in January;
that we had a frost on the 5th
inst, and that is all we are en
titled to under the rule.
The entertainment given by
the young ladies and gentle
men of McArthur, last Thurs
day, was the best thing of its
kind ever offered to our people.
The audience was both pleased
and surprised at the perfec
tion of all the arrangements,
and the bistrionio ability dis
played.
Capi. Peabody has been pro
moted to Superintendent of the
M. & 0. R. R. The Captain
commenced m the ranks, and
by faithful attention to duties
in every position has fairly
earned each promotion. He
has beeu on the road a num
ber of years, knows everybody,
everybody knows him, and ev
erybody will be glad to learn
of his promotion.
Mr. W. 11. Lankester, former
Assistant, and a gentleman of
experience in railroading has
been appointed to fill the va
cuncy occasioned by Capt. Pea
body's promotion.
Wb understand that the ac
tive state of the real estate
market of which we made men
tion last week ' was brought
about principally through the
iufluence of Benj Johnson and
J. W. Rannells. The - parties
purchasing are men of their ac
quaintance, with whom they
have traded for year?, and are
principally stock raisers and
dealers, who had sold their
farms in Hocking, Perry, etc
for coal lands, and intended to
go West; but learning that
good grazing lands could be
had here at low prices, they
have made purchases here,
through these gentlemen. Par
ties who want to sell,, and are
willing to take a fair price for
their lands, will no doubt find
purchasers by placing the mat
ter of sale in their hands.
Transfers of Real Estate.
y
J. S. Witherspoon to Isaac
Kinkeade, 2 acres, Swan tp.,
Zaleski Company to Francis
Shades, 2 acres Madison tp
$280.
L W. McKinni8 to John P.
Ohmer,9 acres, Clinton tp., $1
364. :
Nancy M. Winn to David
Hawk, quit claim, undivided
half of 168 acres, Swan tp
Wm. Ogier to Dan. Foley, jr
in lot 2, llaraden, $1,050. ;
1. M. Smith to Harvy Bishop,
88 acres, Jackson tp, $2,000.
Sheriff .Vinton Co.. to Mar
tha Pearce part in lot 80 Mc
Arthur, $110.
Dan. Booth toLneinda John
son, UOacxes Harrison tp.
$600i,u : . "
Charle Cull to Margaret
Welsh, quit claim, in lot 13,
iiaysville, $75.
Margaret Welsh to J. .
Thacker, quit claim, in lot 13,
RayFville.Sm
J a. Thacker lo J. B. Mc
Cormick, in lot J8 Raysvllle
$600.
M. U. Walker to I. H. Mo
Cormick, acre, Harrison tp.,
$40.
Alt old sailor, who had
great aversion to lite 6n lanf,
said he was like a lobster, as lt
never came ashore ithQut tie)
risk of getting W -hot water.'
"Behind the Scenes in Washington."
Inirtou."
The National Publishing
Company, 170 Elm street, Cin
cinnati, now have in preps and
will soon issue a work entitled
"Behind tho Scenes in Wash
ington: Being a graphic ac
count of the Credit Mobilier
investigation, the Congression
ional rings, political intrigues,
workings of the lobbies, etc,
showing how the public money
is squandered, and how the
votes are obtained, with sketch
es of tbe leading Senators,
Congressmen, Government of
ficials etc., and an accurate de
scription of the splenld public
buildings ot the Federal Capi
tal." It is the aim of tha au
thor to make it a faithful pic
ture of life at tbe Capital; to
show the workings of the Gen
eral Government as they go on
from day to day; and by pre
senting a plain statement of
facts, to enable the' teader to
understand for hitnielt how
much truth and how much
falsehood there is in the re
ports with which the land has
been rife of for so long a time
past. A simple statement of
facts is made and the intelli
gent reader will judge of them
for himself. It is believed that
tbe legitimate curiosity of the
people concerning these things
will find ample means ot satis
faction in these portions of the
work.
Wb publish the list of letters
remaining . uncalled for in the
Zaleski office that is we come
as near to it as we can from
the copy furnished. Tbe per
son who furnished the -copy is
evidently a good writer, but it
is written in such a hasty,
careless manner that.it was
impossible to tell more than
three or four of the names
with any degrne ot certainty.
Especial care should always Le
tikenin forming every letter
i i names; for there is no chance
to guess at it by what precedes
or follows.
The Legislature adjourned
on Tuesday.
"Husband I don't know where
that boy got his bad temper. I
am sure not from me. No, my
dear, for I don't find that you
have lost any."
"Behind the Scenes in Washington." MARRIED :
In McArtbur.Ohlo. at the rexldence
of the bride's parents. May 7th, by
Key. E. Doughty, Mr. A. N. Cunning
bam. ot Dalton, Ga., and Hiss Sullle
Redd, of McArthur.
The bride and groom ftart to Dal
ton, where Mr. C is engaged In bus!
ness accompanied by the best wlsliei
of their friends.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Abram J. Knlow and Hannah eas
ier.
Stephen Stephenson and Sarah E
Le Alexander N. Cunningham and
Sarah A. Redd.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur, April 26, to Mr. and
Mrs..Jas,Tt Workman of tbe Hulbert
House, a daughter. "
BIRTHS. ZALESKI, O., April 24, 1873.
Editor Record: Please an
nounce through your valuable
columns that tbe village of Za
leski ' Company's Coal Mines
situated in Brown lowp ships
dubbed by eome'Coal tlpljow?
and by others "Bnngbole will
from and after this date, be
known as the village of Coal-
ROBT. THOMPSON,
Manager Zaleski Co.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacv.... ,..150
Corn , .60
Oata SO
Wheat IJBalA)
Beans :....103.00
Potatoes - .16
Dried Apples 75100
Dried Peaches v.... 3.'K)
Hay ton . '. , 1800
Hams, country ,
" sugar cured .13
Smoked Sides -10
Shoulders 70-8
Pickled Pork 7-8
Kggs..... -W
Butter -25
Lard J&
Chickens, lire 30-S
Hocking Salt per bbl tJ
Sacks . 15a25
White FJah i TOO
RloCoffea .."..SS30
Coffee Sugar 18
Deraama " 13a.lS
Cuba i. 13
New Orleans Molasses. 80a 1.00
Sorghum " ........ 4050
Syrup i 76a.l-0O
Ktari'andles. ver lb -28
Tallow , - .loaao
Soao. country nerlb w
vcevse
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tooas.peflos.-. .-.- '.78
Baft, dressed J cwt .-. r; oe
ROSE GROVE NURSERY
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APPLE TREES, CURRANTS,
PEAK, ItAHBRItUIES.
CilERRIES. STRAWBERRIES,
PEACHES, GOOSEBERRIES,
QUINCES, ORAPEV IN ES.SC
A LARGE STOCK OF ALL THE LEADING VARIETIES OX HAND.
Roses, Green House and Bedding Plants-
NEW AND RARE PLANTS !
A'LARGEAND FINE ASSORTMENT-
Early J'tgelnble Plant: Tomaftt, Cabbage, Celery,
Cauliflower, Sweet Potato Plant t.
Orders Solicited sind Promptly Attended to.
April 8, 1873.-4 1
MOLESALfilOTIOIS
. O. SWIFT.
OHILLICOTHB, OHIO,
Mj Spring Stock in avery department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
-AN
Ia now
WAIilLPAPEl
In all lato styles and quality made a specialty. Sold la quantities to suit
Customers.
S.O.SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
Just leceifed
. I. fflW
Has just received his
SPBluSTOCKOFWALLPAPER
A large stock, and tha 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 aide lights, New, elegant, obeap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From tha celebrated seed gardens of D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggs k Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Tillage.
WHITE LEAD OF BEST BRANDS,
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for ate.
At 8ISSON'S DRUG STORE, SigYi of the red, white and bias barrels.
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WM. McKELLAR,
Chllllcothe, Ohio.
complete.
EVERY FARMER
Should en at tha
FAltMERS IMPLEMENT
MAG&IBEBY 1B& SEED STOEE
-or
A. PUBDUM & BBO.t
Whora they will Sad a fall ateok of tko vary
boat ol
AGRICl LTIRAL IMPLEMENTS,
Coaai.tiBC T tha
Iiacaaferaad UnrkeyeGrnla
brills, Otie.lierse Buck
eye urllls for Cera Land.
Tha vary boat ia tha ajarkat. Tha
Baekoye IiBPrTe4 aa4 Anarteaa Fa
Cattera, C.ri 8hallara, Delawara Faraa
Waftit. Faaalac Afllla. Faraa Baila,
tba faaMaa VmM than, Ua GrWt
Agricultural Steamer,
For oookiof food for Wxs. Kvary (armor
- - aad atook raiaar ahonld haa ooa.
Forscytha Boales.
For-arotavraa. nnliwn aad tarmara. A
tarta-aaaortmaat of FA KM . -
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Saab aa HOBS, RAKES, FORKS. 8R0TXIA
and PLOWS or au. ends.
ala a toll Maertaaat of
Farm. 7arUalsLnd Qardsa Seeds
la thorl a faeala. aat.anihiatarmar'a aeeom
modanoa atoro.' atiar aU aiakvitod to aall
and azuafaa ear nftoak,
At IKX 17. Tim STBlkT
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
Holloway's Ointment.
THE grand prineipla that aparatra in Iheaa
wond.rful madieinaa, ia tha aoaar that
thfy aoMoa ia pnrifyia( tha torfia Mood.
kadT axpal'ing tha eorrnp. humor from tha
aytem.
i H0LL0WAY'8 PILLS eonaiat of earafnl
and prrnliar adaizmra t tha SnaatTCtrta.
bla rxtrar-ta, hrrbo and madieal (oani. Po
aeaaing aot a rin of mint rut in their Ma
hinatinn. they ne.er expoe Iho.o who oea
them to ny danrer, at any time or eeaaoa.
No i other aeedheviiaia to prreeribe thorn to
her ehildren. and the moat delieala eonetila
tion aaa aaa them with aa great a btDahtaa
tha moat rif oroaa and powoinil frame.
HOLLOWAt 4 CO., Sols Proprietors.
78 Maldeh Lano.NewYork
HoltowaT'a Pilla aad Ointment ara aald at
Staenta, S)fBta aad St aarbai or pat. A
great aaTina; ia mada by baying Uta largo eiaaa-
SaotU'ttw
JOB "WO-EeS:
poae KeatlT and Promptly,
I
'ATTMornoaj.
C. J. EILLlli GHTOST,
FBOTOGRAPZZIIIl,'
' aad Sealarhi all kirxla af - '
PICTURES,
ALBUMS
PICTURE CORD.
aad ;.'
copying
earahilN doaa, and th araallaol p!lai4
anlarg ed to any alaa, and
Finished in Oil.
WATER COLORS,
or . .-
INDIA IKK,
r aoj othar atria that may b deaired, at tha ,
LOWEST RATES.
Larsa ui a ml t lUh4 rfcatarafca
u fee nad (Vaai al4 at OUW, '
cratche ptetarw.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order, .
and all work Varrantad to jrlra aalii&otlan.
Imay 1I7S
D. M. FERRY'S
-AMD-.
BRIGGS & BRO'S.
Choice Flower and
AT TBE t)RD0 STORK OF
WOLT, PEARCE & CO
Korth Bids Main St, twft Boors
West of Market,
MeARTHUR, OHIO.
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give . :
Satisfaction, . '
BEST IN THE MARKET,
J. S- lMcCOMMON, '
JEWELER -SILVERSMITH,
Opposite tbe EmmlU Housa; '
narecsieBrasiat fltaaid
HHLICOTHE OHIO,
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llftJriOTDSBE AXD DIAIIK IS
Fino Gold J ewolry
Atanta for
American anii Foreign WWli.
Tfla Wlcha
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BwtM .
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Oente' Cb air1
Mlllaoa "
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Veih TbowjM Cloeka,
WiUnberg
ferry
'Oolil S.IM
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Jet
Otiraet M
KrckUMaa
Bnwalera '
Tla. and Stada
Jut Battoaa
Tbiablea
HairJowelry
Speetaele. -Bitter
Warn
Plated Ware
FiaeCallery
Agea'ta for
MlEiE & TODD'S C(1D M
a rutL that of soot b'cita'bi'b fo1
BRIDAL 4 BIBTHDAT PEZSESW
UoOda mada to orderand repairing dbhabV
careful workmen. No axtra oharga for ei
graving mode bought at thia aatabHahaiaati
S jaa 1S7S ly
SCALED FOU 3Ltfi'
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fWWaa aarr low arte, oan
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