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SPECIAL NOTICES.
N.J. BOWERS.
RESIDENT DENTIST,
McArthur, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
vi iu uiunu leeia. ,
No Business Dorr ox Saturdays
J. P. TOWELL, Porumouth, Ohio,
tmera to the Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. 19eptly
A. SPENCER KYF..
J. 8. MACKEY.
NYE 6l MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
rockery,China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware.
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT STKET.
VIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
itioctitm
Notice to Teachers.
TIlE BOARD of School Examiners
4b r Vinton County will meet ut the
'Union School House, in McArthur, on
'the 1st and 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
aminations to commenoe at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfuctdry'evidonce of good
'moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
'by law from each applicant.
M. It. IUU.NE3 C'li'nl) Board of
J. S. IHJILV, VSohuol Ex-
L. 0. PEUDUE, Cl'k, j aiuiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
'For Ihe Relief nnd Cure of the Erring unci lln
forluuuteou Principles of Christian
.Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth, nnd the fol
Una of Axe, in relation to Marriage and Social
Evils, with aanilaiy aid for the afflicted
Sent free, in aealeJ envelope. Addrexa,
HJWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, PI.:'Audl
pliia, I'a.
WARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0, F.
. nEGULARMeellngnnfihiaEn-
IV'Hnipnieut will herealter be
?3i? ,l,-d on ' ecnd and IhnI
ww Wednesday evenings of each
fttmeh. PatnsivhH 01 stlier encampments
wlio may be visiting 0111 n are invite'l to
attend. JdllN P. iiU.'iKLE, C. P.
Juun T. Rspsa, S.
McArthur, Keh'y 17, 1870.
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THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD FUBIFIEB.
It is not a quack nostrum.
The ingredients are pnbliahed
on each bottle of medicine. It
ifl used and recommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
introduced. It will positively
cure
SCROFULA
and Hndrad iitatu. RHEUMA
TISM, WHITE SWELLING, GOUT,
GOITRE, BRONCHITISSRVOUS
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT COX.
SUMPTION tui all dfeeaeee ariaing
from an Impure condition of the
Blood. Bend for our BoatnM.m Al
manac, in which yon will flud oertlfi
catea from reliable and troet-worthy
phyaictana, llinlitera ot tbo Ooapei,
ana othera. ...
Dr. It. TVilMH Carr.of Baltb
mora, Ufa he baa used it in oawiof
ficrofnla and other diseases wtth
lunch satisfaction.
Ir. T. C. Pact), of Baltimore,
recommends It to ell psrsone eoner.
tag with diaeaaed Blood, earing It la
superior to any praparaUoa he ha.
ever used.
Her. Dabsray Ball, of the BaU
thnore M. . Conference Sooth, ear.
be baa been so mnch benefitted by
lta nee, that be ebaerfally reconv.
menda it to ell hi fritsdaand so.
mialntanoea.
Crave. eV Cv. Dnrrlsta, al
Gordonavllle, Vik, ay It never haa
failed to give aatiaf action.
Fo
tft
31
rI freeaboro', Tenneaaee, aaya it anad
raaf B bun of Bbeimatlam ben aU ala
npf failed.
IHgBOBAPAIJ8 IU OOKNEOTIOH WITH OTO
m
an
aa-ffl mnm Chilli tvoa rwrwr, xjitw vwy
fiVc. We gnavantei BoaADiua anperloi to
:!Sh.rBlood Fnrifiera. Bend for Descriptive.
V - - iMnnlalnt TWfaa
gfrmlaror Almanac
Auuraaa, vicaibn id wi
g 8. Commerce St., Alirimsr, Jftt.
I Jasaeniber to sak tow Druggist lot
ExmRiENCB will teach any .man that
it is sdvRUjtajeuuB to atronie Uoae
THE VINTON RECORD.
Omolil Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Grand Fourth of July Celebration,
Pic-Nic and Dance at
Arnold's Grove,
Ohio.
Complete arrangements have been
made by the undersigned Committee
lor Having a Celebration worthy of the
"Glorious Fourth." Everything will
be done by the Committee to make
the affair one of the most pleasant and
agreenlle ever heU in the Count v.
The Declaration of Independence
will be rend by James M. McOillvray,
Esq., followed by an Oration by lion.
II. C. Jones.
Prepare for a full day's Camnaien
and bring your baskets well filled.
Kefreshmenta of all kinds can be
had on the Grounds.
Musie by the McArthur Brass Band
will be a leading feature on this Grand
Festal Day.
Turn out Everybody.
Ho. A. J. Swaim,
Gkorob Lantz,
T. A. Murray,
Gborok Kaler,
Gkorob Kbah,
L. D. Martin,
J. A. Fulton,
W.D Uouo,
Committee.
Ohio. MEETING
Ohio. MEETING —OF—
STOCK HOLDERS
—OF THE—
G. McA. & C. RAILROAD.
There will be a meeting
stockholders of the
stockholders of the G. McA. & C. R. R. at the
COURT HOUSE
COURT HOUSE —IN—
M'ARTHUR,
—ON—
Next Saturday Afternoon,
Next Saturday Afternoon, AT 2 O'CLOCK.
A full meeting of subscib-
ors'to stock is requested as
action will probably be trii
ken which, will affect their
pockets.
The M & O. it. R. properly
is valued on (lie ttx 'iuplicate
jor this year in Vinton county,
as follows: Depots, coal binty
slieds, etc. 88.612: rollma stock.
)558,657; 23 51 miles ot main
line art I 4 IS mile of Kiding,
$191,4S9; 4.C03 feet of Ports
miiuih Brunch, $7,7G0.' Total,
$200,554. The company will
pay in taxes over S5 000 to this
county this year. So our Inends
will see I hat a railroad is a very
comfortable thing to have in a
county just about the lime the
Auditor is figuring up the per
centage of tax to le paid.
We have a letter from a cor
respondent iu regard to some
matters connected with the In
firmary larru with no name ac
companying it. We will retain
the letter until next week,
when, if the correspondent iu
the meantime furnishes hi
name, the letter will appear.
Otherwise it will go into lh-
waste basket. We want the
names of correspondents as ev
idence of good faith, but they
need not. be made known to
the public unless the corres
pondent desires.
Persons who contemplate
purchasing an organ or piano
will do well to read and heed
the advertisement of Prof. M.
R. Birnos in. another column.
Mr. Barnes tells just what he
can do for any person in that
iine. lie has the agency for
.48 fine instruments as are made
in the world, and his prices are
awy bo'ow the lancy figures oi
city dealers.
A two horse team belonging
to J. Q. Swetland ran away last
Sunday, breaking one of the
springs of the lagy but doing
iiu further damage.
An ewe lamb belonging to
Dr. D. V. Rannells, sheared 9
lbs. of washed wool perfectly
free from burrs, grease or the
le ast particle of dirt of any sort.
We aie under obligations to
Hon. Columbus Delano, Secre
tary ot the Interior, for a copy
of the Compendium of the 9th
Census.
Henbi Clark, Isaao Dunkle
and Jacob Clements returned
from the West &m:g the patt
'
tfffife
Railroad Meeting.
Thb citizens of McArthur and
vicinity met at the Court Ilim so,
on Saturday) the "14 inst. pursu
ant to call, and organized a Kail
road meeting, by calling Judge
Kaler, to the chair. II. C Jones
was appointed Secretary. The
Chair stated the object of the
meeting,' to be to take into consid
eration the propriety of raising
morey to commence work opon
the Railroad at or near McAr
thur. Mr. Karnes, Director of
the Gallipolis, McArthur & Col
umbus Railroad, stated that if
the people here at McArthur
would raise $5,000 to be paid by
August 1st. the Company would
commence work at or near Mc
Arthur by the 10th of July,
with hands and teams, and that
they would press forward the
work to early completion.
Mr. N. Richmond, offered a
resolution, which after some
amendment, was adopted. The
resolution as adopted, read as
follows.
Resolved, That we will raise
five thousand dollars by the 1st
d iy of August next, out of the
money subscribed, and to be sub
scribed, to build the Callipolis,
McArthur, & Columbus Railroad,
to be spent in building said road
north of McArthur Station, com
mencing work at or north of Mo
Arthur Station, and working
northward toward Logan and
that we will pay in the balance
of said subscription, made north
of McArthur Station, as the
work progresses or as needed in
grading sail road; provided, hail
road is located so as to intersect
the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail
road a', or east of, McArthur
Station; provided, further, that
the said Directors commence
woik upon the said road between
McArthur and McArthur Station
by the 15th day of July next.
Upon the adoption of the
above resolution, it was suariest-
ed that it was not very binding,
nnd thereupon the secretary was
requested to draw up an agree
ment between the company and
tho stockho'ldera', embodying tho
above proposition, and : binding
tlie stockholders to pay 20 per
cent, of, subscribed stck, which'
wns done-a number, of the
stockholders signing the, sgree-
' The chair, jupon motion " ap
pointed IL C. Jones, Dan. , Will,
Thos. B. Davis, a committee to
call upon -'tho 'stockholders, fo
procure -.re.ir names V-.t'o- the
the coniravt. After, the adop
tion, of a resolution requesting
(lie local pnpvrs to publish the
proceedings ot the meeting, the
meeting adjourned. , .'..
H. C. JONES, Secretary.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Isnac K. Uane8Worlh to Har
riet E. Ilaheswortli, et. al., 175
acres, Swan township, $2,000.
Isaac K. Ilanesworth to liar
riet E. llanesworlh, et. al., 89
acres, Swan tp., $1,650.
George A GdM to Agne
Boal,S0 acres, Eiglo tp., $300
Palmer Nixou to Eliza Hull,
part of in lot No. 38, McArthur,
N E. corner, 54 ft. by 73lt.. $450
Mary J. Ilariraan to Freder
ck Witty, 25 acre?, Richland
township, $125.
J II. M. Mnu'trtn, ftdminia
rator, to Samuel M Shaver 40
tires, S an tp., $500.
George M. Woodbridge to
Mordecai West, 80 acres, Knox
tp., $792.
Joseph Clark toWilliam Dix
on, i acre with will, Ilarrisou
tp,$100.
Vinton Purdy to Daniel Ry
an, 14 J rods in length by 20 ft.
in width, Wilkesville tp., $10
Abraham Cox to Susan and
Samuel Pickens, 374, acres
tlarrison tp., quit claim, $100.
Susan and Samuel Pickens
to Samuel Price, 37 acres,Uar
rison tp,$600.
Elder J. P. Ewinq will
preach at the McArthur Chris
tian Church, a week from next
b iturday and Sunday,being the
23. h and 29ib day ot June.
Mrs. John Bray used fish
brine to kill potato bug9. She
succeeded in killing the pota
toes, and the bugs are oil on a
jaunt for a new patch.
Wb are under obligations to
Miss Mary French for a hand
somely arranged boquet of
beautiful flowers.
James and Joun Lyle started
to Nebraska on Monday, in
tending to make that Stale
their borne.
' A picnic and free fight oc
curred at Allensville lait Sat
urday. Do not forget, the sale of lots
it tbe Cemetery next-Sainxdag.
YE MERRY PIC-NIC.
(The following audacious account
of an outlandish plc-nlc hns found its
way mysteriously to our offlce.i
There was a little party once,
j iHviiiuinjr uiu jro ;
Acroas the hill to a stmdv spot
Where the oily wfttera'flow.
At ten o'clock, the girls marched on
With hRl(Hta ailfl mnhrllo
... v . v . . UO,
To lay the cloth, and upreaU the feast,
ah reuuy ior me renows.
The snn rolled on the lionrs went by,
Yet not a fellow hove In sight 1 '
What could those ladles dor
A spider crept In the peach preserves,
A toad In the apple pie; (tie soul
Disappointment preyed on their gen.
And they vainly thought they'd die.
The hot snn dried their pickles up,
Ami roasted all their turtst
But what was this to the foul neglect
That broke their teiuluice hearts.
were.
And whero do yon think those fellows
All thro' the long warm day ?
They moiied of to the croquet ground
A nice cool game to play, j .
Tall Isaac coaldn'f stand the sun,, '
nu uiu njuire woman I go: 4
The Judge went alter a pulm-caf fan
auu uuurj;e sum "jx ot lor Joe."
So the girls sat down and wept a tear
j cr uiw way me game was played ;
But the big bad boys all sauntered off
To iilay croquet In the shade.
Tho girls went out in spirits flue,
But ah I most wolnl story,
The boys marched off and left the girls
4 1... . t.. I. ..I- . .
iiiuuc in muir pio-iuo giory.
A False Report.
Some persons have circula
ted the report that I have
quit making picture frames to
order. There is no truth in
the assertion. I have a good
assortment of moulding'and
oval frames, on hand, and. bet
ter facilities for making frames
than ever before. Bring on
your pictures and get them
framed. If you have 110 pic
tures, come and buy some. I
have a nice vanetvj and very
C. J. BILLINGHURST.
The cholera has made its ap
pearance in 'Cinoiiiriafi, and
several of our large cities.
While we do not anticipate a
visit to ( iir town of that mutiH
dreaded disease,, it : would-Ue"
well to be prepared. Some-of
the gut hbuses, pig penp" and
.no iiuiMiiice oeing erectea oy
the Commifisioiiers on thn iil
,.w ...w
lot, are firbt-class -breedersUi
pestilence, and deserve the at
tentien f the 'ton corrncf'.
A pleasant parly of young
f tlks was held at the residence
of.J ohn II. King last week, the
occasion being in honor :6f sii
son, Will.'KTng, who was home
on a visit. Lie started to RocJt-
ford, Ills., on Tuesday.
Hon. U.S. Bundy has bought
th Keystone Iron Furnace for
which he paid $150,000. It is
in Gallia county.
We are under obligation to
Hon. John T. Wilson for valua
ble public documents.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
H ur.O.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John D. Wolf and Rebecca Walton,
Robert W. Nlckell and Lizzie Sey.
denstrveker.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur. on the 13th Inst., to
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ward, a son.
At Vinton Furnace, June ICth, to
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Stevenson, a son.
MARRIED
At tho residence ot the bride's fath
er, in Brown township, on May 10th.
by Rev. L. E. Simmons, J. Winfield
Myers, of Nelson vllle, O., and Miss
Mart Jane Jumpkr.
Athena papers please copy.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $2.25
Corn . .Wi
Oats '81
Wheat 1.30al.4i
Beans ..i503O0
Potatoes ' 1.00
Dried Apples 75
Dried Peaches ' 30
Hav ton . 13.WI"
Hams, country 12U
anjrar cured lo
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Fork 7 8
Kjrjrs .10
Butter..... 12Ja
Lard
Chickens, live 20a.2S
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.50
Sacks ..." loa23
White Fish 900
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Susrar 13
Deinarara " 12a.lS
Cuba - 12)
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1.00
Sorjrhum " 4050
Syrup 75a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb 23
Tallow ,15a20
oa p. country per lb 6a6
Cterse .20
Oal. irbus ,7S
Wool W 45
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
THK and'eraigned wishee to Inform his cus
tomers and the publio generally that he
haa double ' ha amount of Sweet pota
toea. In beds to SDrojt, to what he bad ior
merly pat oat and nope to be able to furni.h
plant through the aeavon to all that rrmf fa
vor him with a call, terse Sta. jiar b. Indeed.
Place of Tealtleuce i nufjea nonth flfMcAj
Ihnr. i imti mvii , 11
JFJLAGS.
SILK, BQTISUXfi EMY,
I have a full line of
sizes "with good round
sticks at lowprices for
Quantity.
O. SWIFT,
Chillicothe, Ohio,
PIANOS
1 am agent for tha aala 6f
Smith's American,
co.Wood & Co. '9,
Spang's, and
Slioninger &c Co.'s
O KO-S.
1 am alao axent for
8TEilW4YS,
D4CU. & CARR'S,
F. C. LIGHT &CO.!t,
J. F. HARRIS & 0.'.,
AND URAUBVUV'a PIANOS.
Thia list mcluilea all tha different grade, of
piHno. and orgnna mail, anma of thorn be.
log excel leu t iuatrumeols at verjr reasonable
price.
During tha vacation nr longer, I will offer
thai. inHtrnmenta lowvr than they ( beob
tained ehewhere. I Invite my frenda and Ilia
public generally to axnmine Ihe alnek and
rricea or dealera in the oil) and elwhere. aa
can ailord to and will aell cheaper Ihun par
lie. who are at a heavy expenta 10 traveling
bout the country with wagon.. or are paying
enormou" renta and inHUrnnca for palatial
atoren Not being at this expense 1 will give
piin haaera tha benefit ol that fact la making
galea.
Oiva mo a call at my reeldence, and 1 will
guarantee aatiafacti on ia prices, durability,
tone and Iniah of all m-trumenta aold. All
instrumeuta warranted in avery respect for
Die jeara. r
. Mialatera, Charehea and Sunday
Schoola anppllcd at lowest ratea.
ITI. It. BARNES,
High St., two doors weat of Mar'tet,
Winn McARTHUR, O.
CLOSING
-OF-
HARDWARE.
JOSEPH
nkS REMOVED his Hardware Store to the room formerly occupied by
R. D. Dod 'e, and proposes hereafter to deal exclusively in
ST0YES, TINWARE,
House Furnishing (3ood
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S II A.RDW ARE, ETC.
and will offer pood bargains to cash buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your intorest to come bofore purohasi.nr, elsewhere.
Special attention Invited to my large stock of heat
WOOD AiD COAL COOKING STOVES,
Tinware and House Furnishing Goods, of which 1 keep a Isrsrer and better
stock than ever before, and cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere.
BA. Remember the place. Two doors east of Pot Olice, McArthur, Ohio.
12jun JObEPli 8. UUIiN.
Jtet Received
U.
Has just
SPRIG STOCK OF 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 tbe
county.
TRANSOM- PAPER.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, okeap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
'
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. .L Ferry & Co., Briggs A Pro., and
tha. old reliable big packages from Shaker Village, '
WHITE LEAD
AND ORGANS,
fa
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I I
w
w
H
GO
o
p
OUT SALE
-g. HUT
received bis
OF BEST BBANDS.
D. M. FERRY'S
AND
BRIGGS & BRO'S
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUG STORE OF -
WOLF.PEARCE&CO,
North Bide Main Et, two Soon
West of Market,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Saeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
Satisfaction,
BEST IN THE MARKET.
EVERY FARMER
BhO'ildcall at tha
FXUMEKS IMPLEMENT
MACHINEEY -AKD SEED STOEfi
OF
At PURDUM & BR0.
Where 'they will 6ni k full stock of the renf
UVBi Ul
AGRICILTIRAL MPLtMtXTS,
Conaisting of tha
I.ncnaternnd JTurkeyeGralia
uriiiH, une-norae iiuch
eye Urllls for Corn Land.
The ery beat in tlie marlret. The
Inckeye Improved nnd Amerlrnn Peed
Cntlera, Corn Mueller, Itelnware Farm
V'aKna. Fnnninii iWilla, Farm HrllK,
tbe fuiiiou I oion Churn, the I. real
Agricultural Steamer,
ror conking food for atonic. Every farmer .
and a took raiser ahould have one.
FWscythe Scales.
For groceries, wnrehrh.ea and farmera. A .
large aaaortment of Fa. KM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
8uchaa HOF.S.RAKE8, FOKK8, S'ttoVfelS,
and I'LUVVS of al Mds.
also a full assortment of
Parm, Tepetaele and Garden , Seeds
In short a'regularestiblii.?ied larmer'accom.
modation store, where all are invited to call
and examine our stock,
AT "iiO. tt, PAINT STRELT
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
1 AIM1S FOR SALEa
THE fajtn on which I now reside In Jcri
eon township, Pike Co.. O.. roar Sharonr
ville, and containing nearly nx hundred ai-rne-Also
my farm in Liberty InanshiD. Rom Oo-
(., and containing about CS0 acres. I will sell
either or
BOTH FARMS AT A BARAir
For further information call on or write trr-
me directed to Omega, Pike Vo , O, ThD
first farm is in one of the moat rJeniTaiit'e iti.
ntinnxin the township1 'rhe farm in Lier-
ty'tnwnshipi. very convenient to Ihe depot.
al Londonderry. MASO.N JONfcS,
HORSEMEN
WILL And Ihe Record office supplied wittt.
the largt st assortment of Horn and Jack
cuts to be fdUnd in any ofl'ice ia this section
or the titate.
Bills Printed on Short Notice
HATS.
Spring and
Summer
STYLES
FULL L 1 1ST E
-OF-
FEATHER-WEIG lit HATS t
A T
MINE A R'S II A T STORE"
PAINT STREET,
CTTTLLICOTHE.
24ort 187J
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
Holloway's Ointment
ni as
TH E grand principle that operates Ih lhese
wonderful medicines, ia the pner tnaa.
Ihey poiweaa ih phrifying fheturglil MnnriV
add expel'ing the corrupt humor, from I La
system. HOLLOWAY'S TILLS consist of a earemte
and peeulrar admixinra cf the Rant vegeta.
ble extravta, herba and medical gutas. Pnaw.
aeaaing not a grain of mineral in theireaei-.
bmation, they never expose those who are.
them to any danger, at any time or eeaeen..
N'o i other need hesitate to preseribe thera tn
her children, and the most delicate eoanHU:
tiona can uae them with a great a beneatnai'
the muat vigorous and powerful frame.
HOLLOW AT & CO;, Sole Proprietors.
78 Malder.ane,NewYorH

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