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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
IflcArliiur, Ohio. '
Particular attention given Co lb treatment
of In natural teeth. ....
No Bdsinkss Dorr o Saturday
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchant and Furnace
men. of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. 19eptly
A. SPENCER NVK. J.8. MACK2Y.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPURTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 1'AINT STRET. .
CIIILL1CO THE, OHIO.
3toctl87l
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 Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the lei Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. E.v
' animations' to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 gents is required
by law from each applicant.
M. It. BARNES Ch'n ) Board of
J.S. MMN, VSchuol Ex-
L. 0. PERDUE, Cl'k, I aininers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
rortuuuteou Principles of Chriatian
Philanthropy.
Essnys on the Error, of Youth, and the Col
lie. of Ate,ln relation to Marriage and Souiul
Evil., with aanitniy aid for the alHicteJ
Jent free, In e'aleJ envelopea. Address,
HJWtRD association, BoxP, pi.:'ni
phia, I'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
vemuu TEGULAR Meeting ofthia En-35r&1&-
IVcampment will hereHltcr be
s$f held on the lecond and In.t
'7rfMT W'edneaday evenings of each
nontli. Patnurtfhx n Uier encampments
who may be visiting out aw ' are invited to
attend. JoHN P. UV'IHLE, C. P.
Juux T. RaprBi 8.
Mi-Arthur. Feb'y 17. 1870.
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THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PURIFIER
' It is not a quack nostrum.
The ingredients are) pnblished
on each bottle of medicine. It
used and recommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
FnJ htratattd It will positively
core
SCROFULA
end kindrtd iiuam. RHEUMA
TISM, WUITB SWELLING, GOUT,
GOITRE, BRONCUITIILNBR VOUS
DBB1L1TY, I HCl PI BUT, COS
BVMPTlONmi all dieeaaee ariaing
from an Impnra condition of the
Blood. Send for our BoeiDiua Al
aUHAO, la which yon will nudcertlfl
eatee from reliable and t nut-worth
FbTBlclasa, Ministers of the Goepel,
.and other.
Dr. n. TfilMa Carr.of Balti.
.more, nn he baa naed It In eaai e of
Borofola and other diseases with
Brook eatlaf action.
1r. T. C. Pah, of Baltimore,
recommend, it to all person suffer
ing with dlseaeed Blood, saying It Is
superior to any preparation he ha
ever naea.
Bct. Dafcaeyllall.of the Bab
more M. K. Conference Sooth. ay
be has been so mnch benefitted by
it nee, that he cheerfully noons
mend it to all bis friends and ao
Chrawe? Cm.. Drnfslats, rt
Oordona-rlU, Va., say it Barer baa
railed frre latfafaetion.
SaaaadO MeFaddew, Hap-
treeaboro', Tenn.au a,
wTaneaaejay ltwred
him
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THS BOSADAIJS IK OQlTrTTOTIOW WITH OUtt
wflleure OMU and rerer.Urw OomplattA Dy
HEhir Blood Purifier Bend for DeaoriptiTe
Ctrotuaror Almanac
Address, clements it Co.,
ayTjC ,
EXPKR.ENCS will teach any man that
it U advantageous to patronize tlioae a
af .
.ftWiJfiAavr,tisJi. Jjswspapers- . .
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOO AL MATTERS.
Mr. hiU Mks. Kuckhuld utve
been visiting friends uad rela
tives here daring the past
rreelr.
We learn that Mr. Cozens,
formerly of the Wilksville mills
has purchased and proposes to
run the Jlamden Mills.
Barsett Book laid upon our
table a handsume boquet last
Saturday, lor which we 'tip
our beaver."
A farmer with a load of cab
bage plants disposed of hi j
stock on our streets, one day
this week as fast as he could
hand them out, at twenty five
cents Der hundred, and the
demand was still for more.
The following is a list of
letters remaining in the post
office at Dundas, Ohio, June
1st, 1873:
Mrs. Martha Drake, J. M.
J. IASMINGER, P. M.
As exchange is sarcastic.
It says.' "The man who thought
he could do business without
advertising has been compell
ed to give iti. His first adver
tisement was headed "iSlierifl'a
sale.'
,
A man named Schmidt was
stabbed in a drunkep fight last
Sunday evening at Vinton Fur
nace, by a mail named I3ron.
The knife entered between the
seventh and eighth ribs on the
left side, barely missing the
heart. ' Dr. Rannells dressed
el
the wound, the patient is doing
well and will probably recover.
Farmers wbo are in town will
do well to examine the new
patent gate at George SUson's
place It is certainly the best
farm gate we ever saw; better
and costing less than an ordi
nary gate Examine it.
George Brunton has purchas
ed the right for this county,
and will furnish gates or sell
(arm rights.
' Tiios. Fee tfad an ox weigh
ing 1,400 killed in a peculiar
way last week. It got a small
hickory bush twisted in its
horns, and in its efforts to get
tree ' twisted itself until the
bush held it down to the
ground effectually, until it
wasted i'.s strength and died
of exhaustion before it was
discovered.
Jo?. S. Huiin wants all his
old friends to call on him at
his new quarters, two doors
east of the Post office, where
they, and the public generally
will find him willing and anx
ious to give them extra bar
gains in general hardware, as
he intends closing out that
branch of his business, and
confining himself to stoves, tin
ware and house furnishing
goods, ot which he keeps a
Itrger assortment than ever
a:d sells at lower prices.
A freiout comlmctor, whose
name we did not learn, was killed
ut Vinton Station, yes'erdy
mrning. His trin stalled on
the grnde west of Vinton, and
he went back to flg any ap
proaching train, fell nsleep while
waiting it in such a position
that he was struck on the heart
by the engine of the coming
train, producing injuries from
which he died in a slwrt time.
We learn that he resides in
Chillicothe, and leaves a . wife
and two children.
As will be seen by the pro
ceedings of the Constitutional
Convention printed elsewhere
the McArthur Court ring has
met with another defeat, this
time in the contesting of Mr.
Wells' seat in the Convention.
The committee composed ot
DeTiocrats and Republicans
reported unanimously in iavor
of Mr. Wells, and only thirteen
Democrats in thn convention
were mean and little enough
,Q voje against the report,
ctef arnong whom WAS Rll'h-
, . ,. n, .
art Llewellyn rlantagenet
Rhinederpest Baber. We don't
ktfow the namesof the other IF
, ,,,, rew or we would glV
,
L.sm U An "firiilapa
HAMDEN.
Our neighboring Tillage of
Ilamden is brushing op and
moving straight forward in the
way of material improvement.
Mr. Oh me r has lately laid out
an addition to 'the town ot
thirty lots south of the depot,
which he is disposing of rapid
ly and at low prices to those
who wish to build. Mr.'L. 8
Payne bas laid out an ad
dition oi twelve lots on the
west of the village, and
Ephraim Robblns, eight lots on
the east.
John Workman and Ran
som Fox are building new
dwelling houses in Ohmer's ad
dition. James Ray has just
completed three new houses
for rent. Wm Burtenshaw has
moved his old store rooru and
is laying the foundation ior a
new and handsome 'business
house on the old sitn. A new
Methodist parsonage, dwell
ing houses for Thos. Bjrret,
Mr. Cobb, and Jesse Geary are
under contract Other houses
are under contract, but we
could not learn the names of
parties building them. Other
improvements are In progress
indicating the prosperity or
the town. John Wilcox is re
modeling bis dwelling house,
paint brushes are being liro't
in requisition, there bas been
a general brushing up, and sev
eral hundred shade trues have
been planted, nearly all of
which are living.'
Prominent among the good
features of our neighbor is the
American House, kept by those
princes of landlords, Messrs Fox
& Gartright. The American is
a favorite with the traveling
publio for its fine accommoda
tions, and cleanly, homelike
fare, for which due credit is al
ways rendered to Mr. Fox's ex
cellent lady.
S. F. Cramer is growing fit
ter than over on a good trade
and plenty of work in the sad
lery and harness busiuess. In
creasing iron and ore business
has materially increased his bus
iiiness, and he proves himself
equal to the occasion and pre
pared for all the trade that may
come io his line.
D.wn on the corner we
found our old friend R. S. Wil
cox and a store full of custom
ers, all being made happy in
new suits of clothing, boots,
shoes, dress goods, and sub
stantial lor the inner man, as
well. Mr. Wilcox has' formed a
partnership with John Ogier
under the firm name ot R. S.
Wilcox & Co, and they are
driving a thriving business, be
ing compelled to run three
clerks most of the lime, be
sides giving customers their
personal attention. Their store
room is large and handsomely
finished in black walnut and
white pine, varnished in the
natural colors of the wood, pro
ducing a beautiful effect. But
what pleases the publio the
most is the well filled shelves
and counters, embracing ev
ery' variety of goods from the
plainest to the most rich an I
elegant, with all intermediate
grade to be found ia the mar
ket. We found them selling
the best brands of calico at 11
cents; best brown muslin 12
cents; best Rio coffee 25 cent-;
A coffee sugar, 12 rents, and
other goods proportionately
low. buch prices can not fail
to attract trade and prosperity
to the firm.
In noting the evidences of
prosperity in Ilamd?nwe al
most lorgot to mention the
new stone coal furnace near
the town' on the larm of Mr.
Dempsev. It is in rapid prog
ress of erection, and the de
livery oi ore has commenced.
Altogether our neighbor has
reason to teel proud of her
present prosperity, and hope
ful ot the iutare.
Wm liRVT billed tweii'v two
t-quiirtrls a few morniug since
in about lour hours.
Jons J. Martin, now mail
agent mi the steamer Potomac,
between Portsmouth and Cin
cuia.aU i now ruralizing in bis
native bills of Vinton.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Sheriff of Vinton County)
to Humphrey Clark, 10 acres,
Richland township, also in lots
33, 16,34, and part of io-lot 15,
Allensville, $720.
Benoni Gray, to S F. Cramer,
part of In-lot, No. 4, Hamden,
$100.
Wm. Ogier, to J. T. Ogier,
part of in lot, 15, Hamden,
$1,300.
Daniel Sullivan, to Davis
Duncan, in lot, No. 34, Zaleski,
$65.
Z'letki Company,- to Ste
phen Sebbard, part of in-lot
known as the Philips lot, in
Ztleski,$50.
Ztleski Company, to Davis
Duncan, in-lot No. 33, Z-ileski,
$150.
Ztleski Company, to Tros
tees M. E. Church," . in-lot,
No. 110, Ztleski, $1,200.
R. S. Wilcox, to Harrison
Campbell, part in-lot No. 8,
Hamden, $250.
Martha Dewberry, to Abel
Kent, of an acre, Hamden
$700.
Charles F. Uershoff, to Wm
M. Smith, 0 acres, Madison
ton-nbbip, $'240.
A lecture delivered recently
at Cleveland by the President of
the Brewer's Association of the
United States, is attracting con
siderable attention. He takes
the ground that beer is the
healthiest drink made or brewed
by man, giving both physical
and mental activity, and cites as
proof the German nation at pres
ent, and the golden age of Eng.
lish literature when ale was the
national drink of that coun,try
Impressed. with the facts conveyed
in this lecture, or something else,
J. G. Sweatland k Son have con
cluded to experiment on enerva
ated humanity in this section,
and have built a mammoth re
frigerator large enough to hold
a barrel of ale, two kegs of beer
four dozen bottles of mineral
water, and five-hundred pounds
of ice. If there is any virtue in
Gambrious' . favorite beverage,
it surely Can' be' extracted from
such an icebergas this.
A Grange of the Patrons of
Husbandry has been organized
in McArthur with the following
officers:
U. U. Swaim, Master; Wrr.
Lyons, Overseer; J. M. Denni
son, Chaplain; Enos Winters,
Secretary; Ephraim Hunter,
Steward; S. R. Bay, Assistant
Steward. We are glad to see
tlili organization on the part of
our farmers, believing that they
will be benefited by meeting
together and .consulting and
discussing their mutual inter
ests. A movement is also on
loot to institute a Grange in
Swan townhip.
Jodqb Thunnan and Hon.
Job E. Stevenson are to deliv
er orttions at Chillicothe, on
the 4tli.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
William F. Uapeg and Martha K
Wyrr.an.
Ezekiel Bobo and Margaret Brown.
Ervlll M. Johnson and Eliza John
son.
George Geer and Mary Jane Adams
Curtis Booth and Josephine Bagley.
Henry W. Saxton and Barbara E.
Fletcher.
McArthur Market.
per
6u
60
....1.40al.5)
...2.603 00
1.00
Com .;
Oats ,
Wheat
Beans . ... .
Potatoes
Dried A pr-les.i. ......
Dried Peaches...,...:
Hhv V ton
llama, country
sujtar cured...
Smoked sides
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15.nn
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. 7.8
.10
.. 12
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. 20a.2a
. . 8.50
15n23
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19
..12a.iS
40(350
Shoulders ...
Pickled Pork.,r.
Krs
Butter
Lard
Chickens, live
Hocking Salt per bbl.. . .
Sacks .. M i.
White Fish .
Rio Coffee
Coffee Sugar..
Detnurara
Cuba ' .'...J....
New Orleans Molasses. .
Sorehum . t..
Syrup ., 75a.I.00
Star Candles, per lb.? 25
Tallow - 15a20
Soap, country per lb , 6a6
CtefM " ... .20
Crmi. hits . ...
Wool , 40
SWEET POTATO f PLANTS.
TH E Dodemign"! wirhea Ut 'mforro hi ens-tomrr-
and In puMie generally that he
ha double he amount nf tweet pole
too, in bed. to .projt, to what he had K)r
tavrly put out and bnue to be alle to hirni.h
pUnaa through the aearow toall that may fc
vnr him anth a oil, lor Vt cte. per h-mdrerf.
Place of reakfeoee K mile -rh of HcArw
tour. . LIVIWIMAN.
laoaylSt) .
CLOSING
MA1DWAM.
JS-EPM-S.-eWfflLW
nAS REMOVED his Hardware Store to the room formerly oecupied by
K. D. Dode. and proposes hereafter to deal exclusively in
STOVES, TINWARE,
-A.isrr
Mouse Furnishing floods
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S IURDWARE, ETC.
and will offer pood bargain, to cash buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your interest to come bifore purahasiuir, olsewhoYe.
Special attention invited to my large stock of bait
WOOD AND COAL COOKING STOVES,
Tinware and ITouae Furnishing Goods, nf whioh I keep a larger and better
stock than ever bef-re, and ohenper than can be obtains I elsewhere.
KKemeinber the place. Two doors east of Por Office, MoAnhnr, Ohio,
lzjun JObEPH S. UUUN.
MUIOTIOI
S. C. SWIFT,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
My Spring Stock in every department,
BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, HOSIERY,
-AND-
SMmOLL
Is now
WALL PAPER,
In all late styles and quality made aipeoialty. Sold in quantities to suit
Customers.
S.
Just Meceif erl
lias just
SPRING STOCK OF WALL PAPER
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant pattern ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can le found elsewhere in the
oounty.
TRANSOM PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, Now, elegant, cketp.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M Ferry k Co., Briggs k Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for tine.
At SlSSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of the red, white snd blue barrels.
OUT SALE
-0F-
WARMS
comptot.
O. SWIFI1,
Chillicothe, Ohio.
received his
BEST BRANDS.
THEl PARLOri COMPAXIOX.-Ev-
eiv l'iy witnrf cue I Every mxn want- me t
fent nn rei-eiotof ten croli. Andre.a L. t.
HYDE a CO. M Bevenlh Avenue, New York.
lm1873ain
THE NEW ELASTIC TltTSH. An
Important uwatioa, li rrlaina the rupture at
all timra. and under the hirdect exerelae or
i-ererr-t rtrain. It ia worn wilhi-ohrllort, end
if kept on eitfht and day, i Aectaa permnoent
pure in a lew weeka. bold cheap, and arnt hy
mail when reqimtrd. eir-ulare i.ee, whi o or
lered hv leueraentto the Klatin l ru-a Co.,
No. 68U Rroadwry. N. T. City. Nnbnrty naea
metal Mnn truaaea; too painful; they dip
ofl too frequently. Iinym
WAdES
FOR ALL WHO ARK WILLING T WORK
Any person, old or Touna:, ot elth-i ees,
can make tr.im flu to Sju per week, at horns
or in rnonection willi other Imaineaa. Waul
ed tiy al . futable Ut ruber' city orcouutiv,
and any aeaaon of the vvar. 'I hiaiaa ra'.e
opportunity r those who are out ol work,
and out of money, to make an independent
living. No eapttal being require.. Our
pamphlet, "How to Hake a Living." wiving
fill instruction-, arnton receipt nf lcenia
Addreea, 4 HL'RTOS A CO.,Mornana,w ,.
ebeetar Co., M. N. . , . lmyam
Lamb's Ointment.
TBI8 highly popular artiol I unequalled
by any other application lor the cur ot
eaetaO. Brm, Ckf tto It ilk, ar Twetera
Jnm efAer awuea; Fnik H'tniad. er Urn , .
fw Bom. m thw cti Sane ar Cloara;
CaafeW Hnwit, BHm DiMtt, Bprtuu,
Bit Wtrm, Ml kkmm TrtUr,
Abmmm, BoiU, Bmrmt, bmUt,
Prion..
Drmmmf BUdtn, On, Ot.Hil.iaa. Certaaile),
BwcUmft,.
It will he found very elfleacloaa in the eo re
ef Neuralgia, nor Eve., Fees Ache, and all
inflammatory Swelling.
Prfe 6S cent, par aoz.
H. C. CADY. Sole Proprietor,
CINCINNATI, O.
-fl"L0 If illy ULTJ66S;sV
rMsbls7tnt . .
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
Holloway's0intment,
TH R grand principle that operates in these
wonderful medicine., ia the pnnier that
hey posse., in purifying the turgid blond,
..id erpelhng tht, corrupt humor, from the
system.
HO. LOW AY'S PILLS consist of a careful
and peculiar admixture f the finest vegeta
ble extra herb, and medical gums, pns
se.aing not a grain of mineral in their com
bination, they never expone those who me
them to any dantrer, at any tune or aeaaon.
No other need hesitate to prescribe them to
her children, and the moat delicate constitu
tion, can use them with aa great a benehtaa
the rao.t vigorou. and poweifuf frame.
HOLLO WAY k 00., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane.NewYork
Ralloway'a Pills nd Ointment are sold at
U cent., tii'i cents and It pel box or pot, A
great savinma mad by buying ma large aiier
AnovU'iMw
SCALLS FOR SALE.
Tf AT "R "BATIK'S
STOCK and Ore Scutes a good a new, for
-ale at very low price. (Jail on
novtt H.C.JONES Attorney.
The Beck wltli 20 Family Sewtaf Mae
chine, aa 30 Daye Trl.ill many advening
a over all. Hntislhclinn guaranteed, or 10
lefanded. sent eomplet,with full directions.
Heckwitb Sewing Machine Ce, S8J Broadway,
I. T. . lmyam
am,., nm-m
D. M. FERRY'S
AND
BRIGGS b BRO'S
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRCOSTORBOF
W0LF,PEARCE&C0,
North Side Main EL, two Doors
West of Karket,
McARTHUR. OHIO;
Sseds Warranted to be of
the test Variety and
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction.
TBYTHBM
BEST IN THE MARKET,
EVERY FARMER
Should call at the
FAltMEKS IMPLEMENT
MAOHIHEEY AKD SEED STORE
OF
A. PURDUM & BR0.
Where tht-y will find full ttook of the ver
AGRICLLTLBAL I11PLE1IEXTS,
Comietinx of the
Lncnaterand nuckcyeGralrc
Drills, Oue-liorse lluck
cje Urllls Tor Corn Land.
The very best in the market, Tba
Backers Improved nnd American Ptti
Cutter, torn bbcllcre, iielavrare Farm
YVngone. Fnnnina Mill., Farin llella.
the faiooa Union Cham, tho Urest
Agricultural Steamer,
For conking food for atock. Every farmer
and .lock raiser acouia nave one.
FWscythe SoalesI
For iroceriea, warehroae nd bvrmers. A
large assortment of FA KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such as IIOE9, RAKES. FOtiKS, SQOVElS
and FLOWS op all kinds.
also s full assortment of
Farm, Vecetaele and Garden Seeds
In ahort areenlareatibltthed Inrmer'saccom--mortntion
.tore, where all are invited to call
and eiamlne our atock,-
AT SO. IT, PAINT STRrjhT
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO.
FARIT1S FOR SALE.
TRE ftufn oft which 1 notr reside in Jack
ton townahip. Pike Co., O. , near Sharon
ville, and ronlainniK nearly fix hundred ere
Also my farm in Liberty township, Rosa Co .
t., and containing about 260 acres. Iwill.ell
either or
BOTH FAling AT A BABOAIX,
For further information call en or write tor
me directed to Otriega, Pike t o , O, The
flrt farm is Id one of the most deairable "Itu
afionK id the (nwnahip The farm in Liber--ty'tnwnshin
ia Very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry.- MASON JONE4,
87rebl87a '
HORSEMEN
Wlt find the Record dfflce supplied irithT
tin largtat aaaortment of Horae and Jack
cuta to be found in any office in this section,
of the State.
Bills Printed on Short Notice
HATS.
Spring and
Summer
FTJLTLi3sr!E
-OF-
FEATHER-WEIGHT UATS !
A T
MINE A R'S H AT STORE
. IPAINT STREET
2SHLLICOTHHS.
TiATANTEIi, agenta sud peddler for our
vv Preaaand Strainer Preaaea and atrain
inma, jelliea, herba, vegetablea, Urd, tallow,
meat., cheese, .Ac. Over (0,noo aold In a
few localities. Sells quick. Every fcmily
want it. ewing Machine and other eatab
lished agenta are trading Ihi. very profitable.
Circulars fiee. Littlelteld and l3ame,
Washington street, Boston, Mass. lmajHw
BUX-TON FLIRTATIOX 8IOXALS.
Sent on leceipt ot S6 cts. Unique printing;
and publishing Uouae, 36 Vesey itreet, New
York. lmr.ni
HI
J 0B WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PnOMPTLY
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