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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEMIST,
McArthur, Ohio.
Ptrticulnr atteutiou given to (he treatment
of the natural teeth.
iSTo Business Donr ox Satchdays
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace-,
tmeu of Vintotk county, a superior stock
vt Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
he most favorable. lOeptly
A. SPENCER NYK.
J. 8. MACkSY.
TJYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
KJrockery.Chlna & Glassware,
Cutlerj' and Plated Ware,
Vas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 1'AINT STRET.
"OIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
3loctW7l
'Notice to Teachers.
TUB MM WU pi School fcxarainers
'fur Vinton County will meet nt tho
'Union School House, in MoArthur, on
1 the 1st nnd 3rd Saturdays 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
animations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral diameter will be required in all
cases. ' A fee of 50 cents is required
'by law from each applicant
M. K. HAR.NES Ch'n
Hoard of
J.S. flUIlN,
School Ex
L. 0. PliKUUE. Cl'k,
aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
'for the Relief nnd (Jure of the-Erringsnd Uu
fortunate ou Princi plus of Christian,
Philanthropy.
SsHnya on the Errors of V-outh, nnd the foU
' lies of Age, in relation lo Marriage nod Soeiul
Evil, with aauilaiy aid for the altlieteJ
Seat froo, in sealed envelopes. Address,
UIOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, PkVtual
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I M' ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
.mswiv, T EdllLAR Meetings ofthis En-W?&-k
IVnmpinent will herealler be
v"Jh'ld on the second nntl last
frirtW" Wedneaday evcnliitiirof each
until. I'Htniintli i oilier eiH-aiiipiiienis
who inuv be timing our own urn invited to
attend. 'JOHN 1. DUNKLE, C. P.
Jiu T. Re, S.
Mi-Arlliur. Keli'v 17, IS70.
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HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and. am now
offering at lowest pri"
xes a full stock of all
.kinds of ." .V;
FDIJNlTlJllE, .
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
fsired in my line.
A fulllstock of Cof-
-fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
.attend funerals with
;hearse when desired.
riRis horton,
Comet of High and locust Streets,
WcARTHUR, O-
7n)arlr.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Orgsn of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Mr. and Mrs. John liens
were thrown from an express,
last Sunday, while on their
way to church, and badly in
jured. One of Mr. Huhn's ribs
was probably broken, and Mrs.
Ilulm severely shocked and
bruised. It appears that they
were seated on the back seat,
and Joseph S. Iluhn and a
grandson, Wm. Hawk, on the
front seat, driving. Passing
over the street crossing near
the Presbyterian Church, the
horses made a sudden start,
tilting the seat back, throwing
the old folk 8 out, and the seat
on top of thorn, with injuries
as above. It was perhaps half
an hour before Mr. IJubn re
covered his consciousness, but
both nre now slowly improving,
and no serious results antici
pated. This is the second ac
cident of this kind we have
been called upen to chronicle
in our community. It seems
to us that the commonest kind
of care would prevent snch an
accident, yet we venture to say
that there are but very iew
expresses in the county where
the owners are not exhibiting
i lie same carelessness which
(is caused this almost fatal ac
cident. Ad long as such is the
case we expect still to have an
occasional item of this class to
chronicle.
Another name is added to
the rapidly increasing list of
old citizens who have died
this spring. John West, aged
sixty-four, died at his residence
in McArtliur, on tho morning
of the 17th. lie went to bed
in apparently good health,
having done his regular day's
work, and made arrangements
to work the day following.
About daylight, however, his
wife was attracted by his hard
breathing, and attemptod to
arouse him, without success.
Medical assistance was sum
moned immediately, but lie
died in a few minutes, without
uttering a word, probably of
heart disease, brought on by
the infirmities of age and over
physical exertion. He was
an honest, industrious, worthy
citizen, was u member ot tho
Christian church, and leaves a
wife, and two children' grown,
Wm. and Eliza West, both ol
whom reside at present In
Nodaway Co., Mo.
At a meeting of the 13 ir held
at the Court House cn Wednes
day night of last week lo take
action upon I he death of John
Mayo, II. C. Jones was called
to the chair, and J. M. McGil
livray, appointed Secretary.
On motion of 0. T. Gunning a
committee olfive was appoint
ed to draft fitting resolutions
expressive of the sense of the
Bar and report to a meeting'to
be held this evening. The
chair appointed the following
committee: O. T. Gunnine
Gen. Grosvenor, Porter Du
Uadway, J. M. McGillivray, E.
N. Burnhill.
Milt. Lowry met with a pain
ful accident, last Thursday,
while harrowing Judsre Craig's
lot. In turning a corner with
his harrow it tilted and dropped
down on his heel, one of the
teeth cutting it about half off.
After dressing his wound he
started to his work again, but
was overcome by the thock
and loss of blood, and fainted.
Mrs. Craig discovered him in
the act of falling, and cared for
him until he was removed to
his home.
Tub potato-bug is the first
crop fully matured in this sec
tion. By the way, we are in
formed by those who have tried
the experiment that an ooze
made by boiling may apple
root in water, sprinkled upon
the plants two or three limes,
will not only kill the bugs, but
prevent others from taking
their plac in the potato patch.
Try it, and as the bugs will not
bother -sweet jrotatces, plant
ipHentifuIly of them.
Mr.- Sisson informs, us that
an effectual antidote for pois
oning by strychnine has been
discovered. It is bromo chlo
ralum, and may be obtained at
any . ot the drugs stores. In
experiments npou animals it
has never Tailed, and the two
drugs being mixed and the
test applied by chemists no
trace of the strychnine can be
found.
' M
Oca old editorial friend,
Walter 0. Hood made us a
call this week. lie was on a
short Visit to his relatives, Mr.
Thos. K Davis and family, Mrs.
Payne, and Mrs. Jacob S. .Will.
Mr. Hood has been in bad
health during the Winter and
Spring, but is on (be mend,
and expects to be at the meet
ing of the Ohio Valley Edi'to
rial Union, of which he is Pres
ident.
A tram belonging to Bundy
Snyder ran away with a wagon
lo which they were attached,
last Monday. After making
the grand rounds of the vil
lage, distributing its load of
farming implements as it went,
they brought up against the
fence at our home, without
further damage than "piing"
two or three columns of pal
School examination is now
in progress. The Grammar,
Intermediate, and First Pri
mary will bo examimed and
closed this week. The Second
and Third Primary will be ex
amined uext week, and the
High school the week follow
ing. Parents and the public
generally nre invited to attend,
A littlk advertisement in
another column says, "The
cheapest writing instrument is
una of John Holland's gold
pens," a fact to which we can
attest by experience. Circu
lars sent free on application
and old pens repaired, and
made as good as new.
Tub Council did little on
Monday evening save disouss
the dog ordinance, and order
l he Marshal to return the
amounts collected from per
sons who had listed their
dogs with the Township As
sessor as valuable property for
taxation.
There will be a change in
the time card on the M. & C.
lit 11. uext bunday. We have
nut yet received the new time
labia, but learn that heartier
we will have 'two mail trains
each way every day. This is
in pursuance of an arrange
ment of which we gave notice
several vteek since.
Tub boys have plowed up
and made a ring on the lot
north of the water mill, and
have mules und horses in prac
tice for a circus performance
When the exhibition is to come
is off in the unknown future.
Col. Douglas Putnam, Jr,
formerly ol Hope Furnace, now
Superintendent of Ashland
Furnace, -Ky, has broken
ground lor what is to be one of
the finest residences in that
section of country.
No arrangement has been
made in McArthur for Decora
tion Day, May 30th, beyond a
general understanding that the
day will be properly observed
Mr. Flack, editor of the
Christian Witness, is here on
business connected with the
publication of that paper.
A company of eol liers passed
we3t on the M. & C. R. R., last
Thursday, bound for the seat
of the Modoc war.
The first postal card made
its appearance at our post of
fice last Saturday addressed lo
Dan. Will.
' Tub man that advertises is
the man that realizes. If you
are in need of anything see
our advertising columns.
How are you, free trade?
Iron is $15 per ton higher in
the English than the American
market
Ed. Ma;o returned from the
South on Monday.
A Good Thing.
We have seen a good many
patent farm gates, but we nev
er saw anything worthy of the
attention of farmers until our
attention was called to a gate
lately put up at Georgo Sisson's
at the south-east corner of our
town. We invite the atten
tion of our farmers to it. An
examination of it thre in
practical use will result in its
universal adoption. It is "both
cheaper and better than the
ordinary gale, is evenly bal
anced and can not tag, and is
so simple in construction that
it can be made by any person
po88sessed ot ingenuity enough
to make a common pair of bars,
and in as little time, ana at as
little eipense. George Brun
ton has purchased the ; right
for thi3 county, and will furnish
the gates or sell farm xigbts
at low rates. Examine it; it
will commend itself as one of
the most useful and ecooomi
cal inventions ever offered to
farmers.
Tub backward Beason has had
a very perceptible efToct upon
the markets in the East. . Buy
ers have been chary tf their
favors, and holders have be
come somewhat demoralized in
consequence, and prices ruling
low, so that 'we see not only the
farmers but the business men
are affected by the cold spring.
In this state of the market,
Dan. Will & Bro.'s, ever on the
lookout lor a '-soft thing," have
dispatched their accomplished
buyer, Aaroti, lo the Eastern
markets, and a full line of fan
cy and staple goods is now be
ing received. They will doubt
less be able to offer some rare
bargains ; for we know there
has been no lime so favorable
this yeat for buying goods in
tbeir line. Give iliem a call,
atid examine their stock and
prices.
Attention is directed to the
card of Dr. B.iggess, Dentist,
Jackson. The Dr. has prac
ticed his profession in this
county, Is still 'conveniently
situated to many of the citi
zens of our county, and may
always be depended upon in
matters pertaining to the teeth
Will & Co., of Zaleskf, be
it remembered, are this week
in receipt of a new stock of
goods fresh from the Eastern
markets. They lead the trade
in that section with cash buy
ers, and are now able to offer
extra inducements to their nu
merous friends and the public
generally.
Dr. French, Finney Strong
and Herbert Holland were vUJ
iting'Hhe old stamping ground"
during the past week.
ZALESKI, O., April 24, 1873.
Editor Record: Please an
nounce through your valuable
columns that the village of Za
leskl Company's Goal Mines
satiated in Brown lownshtp,
dubbed by some'CoarHoflow"
and by others "Btinghole," will
from and after Ibis date, be
known as the village of Coal-
ROBT. THOMPSON,
Manager Zaleski Co.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John TV. Barrett and Eliza J. Prlc .
Daniel Cooper and Sabra Wilson.
Andrew Burst and Eliza J. Wilkin
son.
Wm. It. Jackson and Eliza Stepher.
son.
Wilson F. Swyers and Cornelia
Tope.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacx (260
Corn 50
Oats 50
Wheat 1.75al.80
Boans i503.00
Potatoes 100
Dried Apr'.es 75100
Dried Peaches 3.W
HavWton lo-OO
Hams, country 12U
suzar cured .15
Smoked aides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7 8
Kgjcs -10
Butter 20
Lard W
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2-50
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish ' 7.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar; 15
Demarara " 12a.l5
Cuba - 12
New Orleans Molasses. ....... 80a 1.00
Sorghum 4050
Syrup 75a.l.O0
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow - 15aJ0
oap, country per lb..; 6a6
f I pra 20
Coai. per bus ' ,7S
Hojs, dressed f cwt
.. 5 00
C. J. BnUNGHTrRST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
nd dealer in all kiodi of
PICTURES,
ALBUMS
PBAMBS,
riCTURE-COliD,
and
COPYING
careful!, done, and the amalleit pioturea
enlarged to any iim, and
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA INK,
or any e thr t jl that taay 1m desired, at the
LOWEST RATES.
Larae and -finely flnlshed Photncranhe
eaa be made from aid d fatted, er
eeratcked plctnrce.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
and all work warranted to give lallifaelion.
lmajr 187 J
D. M. FERRY'S
AND
BRIGGS & mO&
Choice Flower and
IT THE! DRUG 8TORE OK
W0LF,PEARCE&C0,
North Side Main St, two Doors
West of Market,
McARTHUR. OHIO.
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety aM
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction,
TEYTHEM
BEST IN THE MARKET,
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Opposite the Emmitt Ilouse,
Shreckengaust's Old Stand,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
MANUFACTURER AND DBALEt IN
Pino Gold Jewelry.
Agent for
American and Foreign "Watches.
Elgin W.lohc
U.8. W. '
Iliward 11
W I (li.ra
8illnglleld
N . '
81.
Engllih
Grnia' Chain
Mllwn "
Optra '
th-telln
Belt) Thomas Ctucka,
Wit.nb.rg "
Terry
Or Id Belt!
Diaoioud "
Ve.rl
J.t "
Unmet
NickUori"
Braeitl.il '
Tin. nod gtoiti
ruff Btitiona
thlnililu.
II1r'Jewclry
rVciaelm
Sliver Wire
P'.ted Wure
Tine Cutlery
Agenta for
VINE & TODD'S ((IE MS
A PULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PEESEHTS
Uneda made to ordlrand repairing done fcy
(ireful workmen. No eatrach.rge for en
grarlrg mode bought at this establishment.
S jin 1873 ljr
EVERY FARMER
Should eall at the
FAltMEKS IMPLEMENT
MACHINERY AND SEED STORE
OF
A. PURDUM & BRO.,
Where they will And a full stock of the very
best ol
AGRICILTLRAL IMPLEMENTS,
Consisting of the
LacaMernnd BurkeyeGraln
Drills, One-horse Buck
eye Drills Cor Corn Land.
The very best in the market. The
BncVcye Ianprored and American Feed
fatten, Core 8uellere, Delaware Farm
Wat one. Fanning Mills, Farm Bells,
the famoaa Colon Centra, the Great
Agricultural Steamer,
For conking food for stoeic. Erery farmer
and stock raiser should hare one.
Forscythe Scales.
For groceries warehouses and farmers. A
large assortment of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
8ueh as HOES, RAKES. FORKS, SHOVELS,
and FLOWS of all kinds.
also a full assortment of
Farm, Veretaele and Garden Seeds
In short a mmlare.tvblithed termer's accom
modation autre, w here all are invited to eall
and examine onr atock,
AT NO. IT, PA'fNT 8f REtt
CHILLIQOTHE, OHIO.
KB
M0LISMI10TI0I
. a SWIFT,
OHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
My Spring Stock ii every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
-AND-
If now
WALIiPAPffilE
In all late styles and quality made a specialty. Sold ia quantities to suit
Just leceifei
I UU B
Has just
A large stock, and the richest, most eletcnnt pattoitH ever 'brought 'to this mar
ket. A laiger stock, and better quality than caa be found elsewhere 'in tbft
eounty.
TRANSOM PAPER,
Special tlesigbs fbr traoaoihg and side lights. New, elegant, cbeap.
Holland Paper Und Canvass Window Shades
and Curtain Fixtures.
garden Slower seeds,
From the celehrnted seed gardens of D. it. "Forty & Co., Briggs & Pro., ant
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village.
"WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Paints mixed to ofSer ready for use.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sijin of the red, white and blue barrels.
complete.
Cuatomers.
S. C. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
W mm
received his
BEST WXtA
THE PARLOR OO.IIPANION.-Ef.
eiv laily wnn.. tne 1 Every man wants one I
!eot on rei-ei.it of len cents. Adilreea'.L. F.
HYDE A CO. m Roventh Aterine, New York.
tltiHyU73 am
BOX-TON FLI KTATION SICl ATS.
Sent on teceipt ot 26 ctx. Unique iriDtlug
and publishing House, 31) Tesey street. New
York. lmyam
Twe'ftcckwlrli 2t)Fnrnlly Sewlne Ma
chine, on 30 Days' Trlult many mlviinlRif.
en over all. Hatinlaction guaranteed, -or tiO
telunded. Bent complete, with full direction.
Heckwith Hewing Machine Co., 8C2 Brendway,
N.Y. lmyam
THE NEW ELASTIC TRUSS. An
imporMnl intention. It retnins'the rupture at
all times, and under the hardest exercise or
severest rtrnrn. It is worn withoomlort, und
ifkepton niicht itnddny, rdectsa permanent
cure in a few weeks. Sold cheap, snd sent by
mail when requested, cirodliira liee,Vhen or
dered bv letter sent to The Elaatin Truss Co.,
No. 683 Broadwry. N. Y. City. Nobody uses
metal spring trusses; too painful; they alip
oft too frequently.. lmyttn
WAGES.
tfiOR At'L W HO 'ARE WILLING TO WORK
V Any person, old or youtiat, of either sex,
oan make from llu to jO per week, at home
or in connection with other business. Want
ed by al . SLltnble to either city or countiy,
and any session of the year. This is a rare
opportunity for those who are out of work,
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No capital being requireu Our
pamphlet, How to Make a Living," giving
fill instructions, aent on reveipt of 1 cents.
Address, A. BURTON A CO. .Mornsiens, West
cheater Co;, N. N. lmyam
Lamb's Ointment.
THIS highly popular article Is unequalled
bany other application lor the cure ot
Agut U Ht Bread, Colin? of tht Milk, or TViston
from other cuhmj; FreJi iVtmmU or DrvMei,
t'trer gor. or other old Bora or Ulcere;
Chapped Hnnde, Skin Oieeaeee, Bpraiae,
Xing Worm, bait Hhoum Tetter,
Abeceuee, Built, Bnrne, BoaUe,
Felone,
Dremimg of BUetert, Corn, CMMauu, Carhuclee,
Sucllinge, drc.
It will he found very efficacious in the enre
of Neuralgia, Sore Eves, Face Ache, and all
inflammatory Swellings.
Price SO cents per box.
H. C. CADY, Sole'Proprletor,
CINCINNATI, O.
-SOLD BY ALL DRUG GS 78.
S)rebl8?)m
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
Holloway's Ointment.
rpH E grand principle that operates in these
JL wonderful medicines, la the potter that
they possess m purifying the turgid Mood,
a.fd expedng the corrupt humors from the
system.
HOLLOWAY'8 PILLS consist of a cereful
and peeulrar admixture cf the finest vegeta
ble extra-Is, herbs snd medical gums. Pos-.
sessingnot a grain of mineral in their com
bination, the never expose those who use
them lo any danger, at any time or season.
No i other need hesitate lo prescribe them to
her children, and the most delicate constitu
tions can use them with aa great a benebt as
the most vigorous and powerful frame.
HOLLO WAY & 00., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane.NewYork
Holloway's Pills snd Ointment are sold at
ii cents, 62 cents and II per box or pot. A
greatsaving is made by buying the large sites-
SnovH7x4w
SCALES FOB SALE.
OTOCK and Ore Scales aa gom) as new, for
Oeale a
verv law Driee. Call on
novll
H.CTJCtttEa Attorney.
FARMS FOR SAIA.
rptlE fiurn on whioh I now reside In Jadk
1 son township, Pike Co., O., near Sharon
vjlie, ilnd'crfdleining nearly six hundred acre.
Afso biv farm in Liberty tnwnshin. Rosa Co
., lihd containing about S80 acres. I will evil
either or
BOTH FARMS AT A BASOAr
Forittrlhar information call on or wrile1 to
tne directed to Omega, Pike Co, O. The
Srst farm is in one of the most desirable ilu
tlnns in the township The fsrm in Liber-
tyllnwnshin is very convenient lo ihertepo
a! Londonderry. MASON JONES.
27febl73
HORSEMEN
WILL find the Record office eunrltod "flit
the largcstassortment of HorearirUnk
cuts to be found in any otnes In Mirs seot'.uu
of the State.
Bills Printed on Short Nolfce
HATS,
Spring and
SutTTtfifer
PtTLL, 'LINE
-Of-
FEATftER WEICIIT iiiS I
-AT-
MINEAR'S HAT STOliE
PAINT stftEEt.
CttlLLICOTSlE:.
24octt87a
WANTED, agents Snd peddlers 'fht 'out
Press and Strainer Presses and efraioa
istne, lellles, herbs, vegetables, UW, tallow,
mpats, eheese, Ac. Over to,(XKJ sold in a
few localities. Bella qntck. "Every Irfmily
wants Ik slewing Machine slid other estab
lished agitata are Onding this veryjirofltabl-.
Circulars fiee. Liltlelield And Dame, WM
Washington street, Boston, Haas. IrriayAw
J OB WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
AM?
THIS OFFICE
Dr. Bowrs, Denlist, McArJ
thur.O. r . .
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