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Particular atteuiioa given to the treatment
rtna iiiuni into.
No BrjsiMBat Dos on Satcbdats
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer, to the Merchant, and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, superior stock
of Drj Goods sod Notions, on terms
the moat favorable. 19eptlj
A. BPENCEB NYK.
J. 8. HACKET.
NYE & MACKEY.
1MiORTEK9 AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STIIET.
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet nt the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturday, of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations 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. BAK.VES C'li'o
L. O. PEUUUE, Cl k,
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
for the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
forttiuateon Priociplaa of Christian
XiMyi on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
dies of Age, in relation to Marriage and 8ocial
CEvila, with eaniiaty aid for the attlictcd
Sent free, in sealed envelopes. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bo P, P.:'vil
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
j,,, T J EUlll.AR MeetinKSofthi En
iyir'v licanipment will herealter I
K?.'r '"'Id on the second and Inst
Wednesday evening of each
month. Hatnandia m Mher encampments
who may bo viaiting out own are invited to
attend. JnHN P. L-UNULE, CP.
Johi T. Rapih, 8.
MoArthur. Keb'y 17, 1870.
. M M 1 . a
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
florner of High and LooMt Streets,
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Qrgm of Vinton County.
Al. Dbakk U at borne again
after a trip along the upper
Oliio, gelling the Buckeye
There is one man in Mc
Arthur, no matter what he
does, the people are disposed
to put up with him." Work
man is the man; he keeps the
The Gallipolis Journal says
Mr. Edwards, who was award
ed the contract for the Ilam
den bridge is a good contract
or. The people will soon have
an opportunity of judging the
quality of his work.
Tub firm ot Richmond &
Huhn, hardware dealers has
been dissolved, Mr. Uuhn bar
ing purchased tbo interest of
his partner, and ill continue
the business offering superior
inducements to cash buyers.
Dan. S. Bentlkt, who repre
sents Beach & Bodurtha, pho
tographers, of Delaware, will
visit our town next week.
Tney make a specialty of en
larging pictures, and judging
by the specimens exhibited
when here laU, ihey do good
Andrew IIiggins, of Zileski,
who had been sick with con
sumption, while standing at
his gate, fell to the ground,
dead, lie was taken to Har
per's Ferry lor burial, and
shortly nfter the funeral ser
vice, his father, who hnd ac
companied the corpse, was
taken sick, and died in a ftw
Mrs. Jonathan Winters who
resided near McArthur, died of
lung fever, on the 11th. Her
maiden name was Agnes Hawk;
she was born in 1806, in Green-
briar Co., Va, moved to this
county when quite young, and
was married to Jonathan Win
ters in 1825. She was the
mother ol twelve children,
nine ol whom are living, and
was a most estimable lady.
Mollie (Jusman, aged about
ten year, had a narrow escape
from drowning last Thursday.
She fell off ot the loot log into
the creek, near. Oilman, .Vard
& Co't. mill. The creek was
high and the current very
rapid, so that she would no
doubt have drowned had not
Mr. E. D. Wolfe fortunately
been close at hand, and plung
ed in and rescued her.
It is a little funny to witness
the workings of the stock or
dinance. Everybody is in fa
vor of it until their own slock
is empounded when nearly all
become indignant. One hos
tile individual whose horse was
empounded this week swore
in bis wrath that he would
move the county seat from Mo
Arthur if it took him twenty
years. Our citizens now have
lair warning, and can set their
stakes and make arrangements
G.M Wilson, of Zileski, had
a fine pair of dark iron gray
colts here on Tuesday; twins,
four years old, and weighing
2020 pounds. Any person wish
ing a fine match team, well
broken and as handsome and
stylish as ever trod the ground,
will find them by addressing
Mr. Wilson, at Zaleski, as we
understand they are for sale.
On some of the fine drives
abcut our cities they would
command the admiration of all
fanciers of fine stock, and bring
almost a fabulons price.
We have received a copy of
the Alia (Utah) Daily Inde
pendent published by S. Ken
ner and E. J. EJminston.
Mr.E lmin8ton,whois familiarly
knoffn hereabouts as Johnny
EdminBton, was formerly em
ployed on the Record, and la
ter as a telegraph operator on
the M. & O R. R. The paper
is neat, spicy and creditable,
and we wish Johnny abundant
success in bis undertaking.
The crowd al the stock sales
last week was about as large
is osatl, bat a very little stock
was on the market. We hav
but three sales to report,
Win. Ilerron to W. F. Felton,
two yearlings, $26. Eli Rey
nolds and Thos. Fee to. Frank
Strong, 9 bead of stock hogs,
$61. The snme parties sold
eighteen more bead in lota to
persons not reported.
Wk tee by the Enquirer that
they bave just completed a
book containing the ordinances
ot the village of- McArthur.
As it was to bave been com
pleted and delivered the first
day of last June, and the au
thorities have boen complain
ing every day of the past year
about the delay, and of being
expected to enforce the laws
of th village without having
the means of knowing what
the laws were, we deem this
item worthy of reproducing,
and one at which the people
Jonathan Brink, Sr., not
withstanding his age and in
firmities, made the trip to Al
lensville, and preached in the
Christian Church, last Sunday.
On certain Sundays for the
past fifteen years he has
preached for them, never dis
appointing them in his arrival.
The oil gentleman's physical
infirmities were such that his
friends insisted on his forego
ing his usual custom this time,
but without avail. lie consid
ered it a part of hie tasks in
the Lord's vineyard and would
not be pimuadeil to forgo it.
Death of John Mayo.
Mr. John Mayo, who went
South some two months since,
died ot disease of the 6tomach
and lungs, suddenly, at Nac
ogdochus, Texa9, where he was
visiting Mrs. Durst, a relative,
lie was confined to his bed but
a few days, and was buried
there, by the side of Mrs.
Mayo's parents, who formeily
Mr. Mayo was born at Ox
ford, Oliio, was twenty-seven
years of age, and a young man
of much promise. He was ad
mitted to the Bar at the age of
twenty one, and practiced at
the Vinton county Bar, where
he was no less noted for his
devotion to the interests of Ins
clients than courtesy and fair
ness to bib opponents. Clear
headed, warmhearted, studious
and possessed of the power of
eloquence in no small degree,
his friends confidently expect
ed to see him take a front rank
in his pro'ebsion, had he been
spared, lie leaves a wife and
three small children, upon
whom his loss will fall severely,
as he was a kind husband and
Tub Republican Convention
to select delegates to the
State Convention met last
Saturday at 'Squire Paine's
office, the Court Bouse being
occupied, and organized by
calling Capt, Jas. W. Delay to
the chair, and appointing John
T. Raper, Secretary.
The Chairman stated the ob
ject of the meeting, whereup
on the following named gen
tlemen were selected as Dele
gates: John H. King, Dr. li. L.
Uorsline, and Davis Duncan.
Alternates llarvey Wells,
Capt. W. J. Rannells andOapt.
11 C. Jones.
On motion the Delegates
and alternates present were
authorized to fill up the dele
gation from citizens who may
be pesent Irom the county,
and to cast the full vote of the
The following persons were
chosen members of the Cen
tral Committee for the ensu
Capt. . C. Jones, JohnT.
Raper, II. P. Ambrose, Morris
Evans and Jacob S. Will.
On motion the meeting adjourned.
JAS. W. DELAY, Ch'n.
JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McArJ
Transfers of Real Estate.
Isaac W. Miller to Wm. Kee-
nan, 40 acres.Wilkesville town
Isaac W. Miller to Jos. Wil
liams, 35 acres, Wilkesville tp.,
Michael Llawk to Henry
Hawk, 2 acres, Wilkesville tp.,
Jno. Cozad, guardian, to
Robert Barnbill, J of 80 acres,
Richland tp., $726.77.
Nancy D. Wnne to Robert
Barnhill, of 80 acres, Rich
Jas. R Jolly et. al., to Rob
ert Barnhill, 5 acres, Richland
Jno. P. Ohmer to Jno. T.
Wortman, in-lots Nos. 103 and
104, Uamden. $240.
L. W. McKiunis to Jos Wort-
man, quit claim, in-lots No. 103
and 104, Ilamden, $50.
Zileski Company to Samuel
L. Scott, m-lois Nos. 199 and
200, Zaleski, $200.
Samuel L. Scott to Mary
Sheer, in lots 199 and 200, Za
Persons who have been get
ting their Record at the Post
office in McArthur will take
notice that on and after the
first ot July they will have to
pay postage on it if they con
tinue to get it at that office. It
will be just as convenient for
them to get it at this office, or
at soma of the stores where
they are in the habit of deal
ing and they will thereby save
at least 20 cents per year, pos
sibly filty-two if some of the
statements of rates now being
published aro correct. Cer
tain it 19 that they will at least
have to pay as much as though
they received their papers in
California or Alaska. We pre
sume this was a matter of
economy made necessary to
supply the deficiency occasion
ed by increased salaries, but it
is hoped that both measures
will be short lived.
Tue Boeasel railroad law has
been decided unconstitutional,
which knocks the vote in this
to wuship in the head.
Our .country IrienJs inform
us that the j rjspect for peach
es in the hill orchards is fine,
and of apples we will have an
abun dant crop.
Eld. J. B.Spencer, of Ilarri
sonville, Meigs Co., will preach
at the Christian Church next
Saturday evening, and Sunday
morning and evening.
The Trustees have advertised
to receive proposals till May
17, for building a fenco around
the new cemetery.
Paris Uorton started to
Zinesville, on Monday, as rep
resentative from this district
in the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.
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 some.KJoal Hollow"
and by others "Bunghole," will
from and after this date, be
known 89 the village of Coal-
Manager Zaleski Co.
John Seymour and Mury A. Brad
ford. Zebina Cable and Luclnda Crowell.
J. Wlnfltld Myers and Mary J. Juniper.
Flour, per sacK 92.50
Dried Apfles 75100
Dried Peaches 3.'0
dav Vtan 16 00
Uaing. country 12)g
giijjar cured lo
Smoked ides 10
Pickled Pork 7 8
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.50
Sacks . . " 15a23
White Fish 700
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 15
Deinarara " 12n.l5
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1.00
Sorjrhum " 430
Syrup ... 75a.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb 25
Soap, country per lb 68
Oiii. hm .7(38
Hogs, drested cwt 5 00
. O. SWIFT,
My Spring Stock la erery department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
Id all late styles tod quality made a specialty. Sold in quantities to suit
ME T K M AM
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant pattern ever brought to tliia mar
ket. A laiger stock, and better quality tlinn can be found elsewhere io the
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, obeap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M. Ferry & Co., Brigga & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for use.
At SISSON'S DRUG STOKE, Sign of the red, white and blue barrels.
S. O. SWIFT,
Should call Rttlia
MACHINERY AND SEED ST0EE
A. PURDUM & BR0.,
Where thvr will find full slock of th very
AGR1CI LTLRAL MPLEMTS,
Consisting of the
I.ncaaf erand AurkcyeGraln
Drills, One-horse Hutk
cje OrllU lor Corn Land,
The very beat id the market. The
Buckeye Improred mod American Feed
luttrra, Cora Nhellern, Uelsware Farm
Wagons. Fanning Mllla, Farm Helln,
the fainou Unlan Churn, the lireat
For cooking food for stock. Every farmer
and sloiik raiser should have one.
For groceries ware hr lines and farmers. A
large assortment of FA KM
Sush as HOK4, RAKES, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and TLOWS of all kisds.
also a full assortment of
Farm, Veretaele and Garden Seeds
In short a reEiilreHbhhed farmer's aeeom
modaUon store, where all ara invited lo call
and examine our slock,
AT SO. IT, PAINT BTREfcT
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
TH E grand principle that operate in these
wonderful medicines, I. the poaer that
they pomes in purifying the turgid blood,
a.id expelling the corrupt humor, from the
' HOi.LOWAY'8 PILLS consist of a careful
and peculiar admixture f the finest vegetal
ble extnt'le, herha and mediel gums. Pns
sensing not a grain of mineral in iheircoin
hmatinn. they never expone those who ure
them to any dancer, at any tune or season.
No other need hexitate to pr.nb- them lo
her children, and the most delicate constitu
tions can use them with as great a benefit as
the must vigorous and poweifui frame.
HOLLO WAY & 0 0.. Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane, New York
Bollowav'a Pills and Ointment are sold at
15 centa, t&4 cents and tl per box or pol. A
great saving is made by buying tne large siirr
J amen Dunkle's Estate.
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio.
NOTIC Ei. hereby given Ihst RametAiken.
a.gusrdian of Linnia i , Roto-rt A , John,
earth K., Arminda, and Nancy U. I'unkle,
minor., haa filed his a vnnnts with said ward.,
severally, lor hnal settlement with the first
named, and lor partial settlement with the
other; and thiit said several aci-ounte are set
(or hearing on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1S78, al 1 o'clock, A. M.
H. B. MATOi Probate Judge.
April II, Wl it
State of Ohio, Vinton Conntyt
John Madorirt, FlnintifT,
Seneca W. Ely, et al, Defendants.
fa Pison County Anirt of mmon Pleal, Order f
me in ranuton,
Pt'RST'ANT to the cntnmmd of an Order of
Pule in Partition issued from the rvnrt rf
Pa.m.m Diana nf V,n,A wA fn wi M
directed a "horift -f said eoimtv. will nftvr
ror ssie er tne annr 01 ine I'onrt H one, m tne
town of McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Friday.the IGth Dwiof May. A. D. 187
at the hour nrl o'clock P. IVf . nf eild dnv the
following Isnds snd tenements, situnte in the
county rfVinton end Vfaf of Ohio, to wit:
lt. The south half of the -mtlh cf qunr
ter of section No. 24. tnwnhip No. 11, and
rsnge No. 17. consining eightv acrs more or
le. Hsid trnct heinir appraised at sixteen
hundred dollnrs (SLAW 1
2nd Also the north hnlf of the sni-lh est
nnnrterof eetmn No. 24. town. hip No. 11,
snd ranee No. 17.cnnisining eicrhty seres
more or le.. Hsid trsct tieini snprn'.eH ot
fourteen hnndred and forty dollars. fl,440.S
Srd. Also the ent-hll nf ihe nnrth-en.t
quarter ot section No. 94. towo-Oiip No 11.
and range No. IT, cnnlaininn Wl seres, more
or le. ' Appraised at twelve hundred dollara
4th. Also the north half of the ntithwe.t
atlarter of section No 91. tnwn'hip No. 11. and
nnge No 17, enntninintr eiuhtv ncres more or
l.sa. Apnrsi.ed at twelve hundred and eighty
S'h. Also the west hnlf ol the nnrth.west.
quarter ol sntd section No. 21. townhin and
range atoreaid. cnntninlni e!hiy (S"l acrea
more or less, nirsii'ed nt thirteen hundred
and Iwentv doltsrs (9 ,32f.)
flih. Al-othenorth h-ilfnf the north-esl
quarter nf section No. 23. townhin ani ranee
aforesaid, excepting ten acres off the west
end of said tract lesvmcr seventy fn) acre
more nrle. Annraiscd st twelve hundred
and elghtv dollara (1,280 )
7th. AI'O the eonlh-.eat qnsrter of the
north ent qiiarterof section No 2-1. township
nnd ranee aforesaid, excent three 31 seres
helong'nir to what Is known sa the fleorge W.
fJnalin Farm arp-aned at six hnndred and
twentynlne dollara tH2fl 1
mh. Alothe nn-th halfnf the th south,
east quarter or tection No. 2T townhin and
ranee aforesaid, eonlain'ni eieh'y tsni acres
mnreorlc. Appraised at sixteen hundred
9ih ANo the north east o'iarer of the
aonth-west quarter o'sectinn No. 2.1. lown-hio
No. II, and ranee No. 17. contalrmir 41 M
acre, more or les 4p,r"ied at aeven huu.
dred snd Iwentv dollars (72i.
KxceHIn? from ahove trncta ilT acrea off
theeratp'rt thereof heretofore mM lo one
Patrick I.eare hy W. W, and W. R. Madiera,
dated .Inne 1PS1
Zach tract of the ahove described lands and
lenement. must bn ng two-thirds of the ap
Ordered to he sold in certain partition pr.
eeedines lately pendine in the Court nf Com
mon Pleea of eeirt county, wherein John Man
diera was petitioners and Seneca W. Ely
elal were defendants.
TERMS OF SALE.
One third cash in hand: and one third In
one year and one third In tw., vesra from
dsv of sate. Deferred payments to lar in
tereat. st per cent, per snnnm and to he se
cured by mortgage c a the premi.ee ioid.
Fhenlfo' Vinton county,
OnwRa C. Josrs, Attorney fur plaintiff.
April 10, 1873. w
FARiTIS FOR SALE.
THE Hum on which I now reside in Jack
eon township, Pike Co., II., ;iear Bharon
ville, and containing nearly n hundred acres
also niy innn in i.ii'cny i". ninp, nnsei.n.,
.and containing about 880 acres. I will sell
BOTH FABMS AT A BARGAIN.
For further information call on or write to
me directed to Omega, Pike O, The
first farm is in one of Ihe moat desirable situ
atinn.tnrhe township" 'rhe farm in l.iher
ty'tnwnshii. is very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. MASON JONES.
7 re bl 87S
SCALES FOR SALE.
OTOCK and Ote Scales at good aa new, I
kJtal at very law price, uaii on
aovll B.C. J0KK8 Attorney.
C. J. BHIINGHURST,
anddtalerlo all kinds of
csrefnli- done, and the 'small est picture
d1. rtf ed to any aiae, and
Finished in Oil,
or any other style that may be desired, al tl.a
Large and flnoly Unladed Pbotnoraphw
can be made Irom old and faded, i r
Fictnrei of all kinds framed
and all nrk jrnrranted to friva salislkclion.
I may 1(173
BIUGGS & BRO'S
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUG STORE OF
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Market,
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
BEST IN THE MARKET.
J. S. McCOMMON,
Opposite the Emmitt House,
SlireckcDgaubt's Old Stand,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Fino Gold J ewtilry
American and Foreign Watches.
V. 8. W. "
N Y. "
Ot ins' Chains
Scth Tlioaias Clocks,
Pins and Stu 's
1 slfd Wsre
UABIE & TOOL'S II II! TEXS
A FULL LNE OF GOODS 8UITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIETHDAT PRESENTS
(iooda msde to order and repairing done hy
careful workmen. Na eatra charge lor en
graving goods bought at tins estublix'ua.rt.
it jan 173 ly
Shoes of i.W.
and fteala ox
clusively I n
t tention given
i io rme uiu
JtClUfVb tention given 7
T754lVl'1 ,0 Calf J
Ijaasj BTPKJfS HOliSSTtS senntiM
(I " alieal IstailttK naslla fcr ertrj
1 1 Tbsrt la wwuk la Umm "frmmi afuvk
li fdkmlKlmfr Taos p tnmit, tmf
111." 8ATMIO BRNSIt,- Uw wsaferttl I
Ji bert ektok b ahmiai ike to-nss. R
i.liipMMiertarerf.ciMtredlMRr. Csutot ma trf. A
U. M. AIXOTT, paMiskar, U W. rmk lu, CUMlaa..
I)n. Bowers, Dentist, McAr