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Particular attention giren to lb treatment
of lb natural teeth.
J. P. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer, to the Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. 19eptly
A. BPENCEB DTK.
i. 8. MACkET.
NYE & 17IACKEY.
IMfURTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.Chlna & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,"
Oas and Coal Oil Fixturet,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STBET.
Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOARD of SobooTExRminers
for Vipton County will meet at 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 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 BARNES t'h'n ) Board of
I. R. BARNES t'h'n Board of
I. S. IUIUN, VSohool Ex
j. 0. PERDUE, Cl'k, J aininers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
. For lb Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
fortunate on Principles of Christian
' Essays on the Error of Youth. and the fol
'Ilea of Age, In relation lo Marriage nod Souiitl
'Evile, with samtaiy aid for the afflicted
lent free, In eealeJ envelopes. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pi.:'4l
. phi.p. '.
NO. 115, 1. 0.0. F.
5, ,T EGUI.AR Meetings ofthii En.
iJflSrjfV. Avmmpinent will hereelter be
"SSf nl'''1 nn cond and lt
WarliwwIkT eeUi ' each
snanta. Hutrmrvli n ether, .fiiuHinpmruiM
'who imbv be tinting out vQa are.inviteil to
attend. .- JuUN P, HJ'JKLE, CP.
Jumx T. Rnte,-8.
Mi-Arthur,.rVb'v 17, 1870.
TEE GBEA.T ALTERATIVE
AMD BLOOD PUBIFIEB.
It is not a quack nottram.
The ingredients an ."pnblished
on each bottleof medicine. It
to used and recommended by
Physicians where rer it ha. been
introduced. It will positirely
jj MtX k Barfrifi.
TSJf, WHITS SWULLiyO, OOOT.
DBBIUTY, INCIPIKST COJT
fl(WiO.Vpd all dfeeeaei arlelng
from ' aa Impure condition of tho
Blood. Send for oar BoeADALis At
Iujiao, in which jrou wlH nudeertia
ottea from reUeble end Inut-worthy
PtiriicUna, Ulalstori of tbeQopel,
end oibers. ...
Dr. B. fflloMi Cartv BelU.
mora, nti be bM need It In OMKiof
BorofoU and otber dteoues wlta
tr. T. C. Pwt. of BelUmore,
lnj with .dieeU 'Biood, eejto it U
saperior to any ompanUOB be has
Bar. Vefeaer Ball, of the Bat.
Umore tLAvOonferanoe oath, ew.
be be been eo maeh benefitted by
Us aee, toce be cheerfully recom
mend it to aUlus (friends and eo
timlritinnet " t
Crarea e tnsiisfal, U
eordonerine, V nj ll aeror bea
SaaaawlO HeaTaelaoa, How
freeeboro'. Tenntene, mj It eared
him of Blieaauelim trbaa aU elea
TT. vwHkwwwivinw WITH MTV.
m em Chflh ana Fever, TJve ComeWnt,
-to. we guarantee BoeAOiue eup.
. . JLddree, CLMZITTS a OtX,
I g. Commerce BL, BMmtrl, Hi.
9Bmber to aak jour Dreggui 1 or Bosuu
ExPRRiBNci will teach any man tliat
it is advantageous to patronize those
THE YINT0N RECORD.
Official Ofjiii f Vinton County.
Grand Fourth of July Celebration,
Grand Fourth of July Celebration, Pic-Nic and Dance at
Arnold's Grove, M'Arthur,
Complete arrangements hare been
made by the nndersigned Committee
for having Celebration worthy of the
"Glorious Fourth." Everything will
be done by the Committee to make
the affair one of the most pleasant and
agreeable ever held in the County.
The Declaration of Independence
will be read by James M. McQillvray,
Esq., followed by an Oration by lion
II. C. Jones.
Prepare for a full day's Campaign
and bring your baskets well filled.
Refreshments of all kinds can be
had on the Grounds.
Music by the MoArthur Brass Bund
will be a leading feature on this Grand
Turn out Everybody.
Ho;. A. J. Swaim,
t. a. m curat,
L. D. Martin,
J. A. Fbltok,
W. D Gold,
Mr. John Coulter was made
the victim of a swindling agent
a few week since. A roan piv
ing bis name as Brown called
upon him, aud after considera
ble talk prevailed upon hira to
take the agency for the sale of
pruning shears. Mr. U. does
not read writing, and the agent
produced what he represented
to be duplicate contracts, one
of which he signed, and gavj to
Mr. U., and 0. signed, by
nuking his mark, the other,
which Brown or whatever his
name was,-pocketed. It has
since turned up as a note lor
sixty dollars, . D. Dodge
having bought it. It was pre
sented to the Vlnlon County
National Bank lor sale before
it was offered to Mr. Dodge, but
having reaiou to believe the
note was obtained by Iruud,
they dc'ineJ to purchase.
Wm Matthews, and old citi
zen living about a mile north ol
McArthur, had his leg broken
Just -above the ankle, . last
Mondny. He was .wheeling
limestone (rota a quarry, pass
ing over a board to make the
see ut of a steep little bluff.
Loading his barrow too heavy
it pressed him back until be
lost. his balance, and (ell, with
the barr'oW'Upon htm, injuring
him as above. Dr. D. V. Ran
nells was cal!eJ,-set the frac
ture, and he is now doing as
well as could be expected.
Tub he has bnen another in
surrection in the metropolitan
tstablisnment of our cote in po
rary of fhe 'Enquirer and
Christian Witness. A woman
at the bottom of it, as usual.
Mr. Adams, the foreman, con
cluded there was too much
business ol one kind or other
under the same roof, and de
parted, leaving a piece of his
mind as a token of remem
brance. It is sad to think that
the publicher of a religious pa
per can not keep his morals up
to a pl(.ne fit lor association
with a jour printer.
Mr. Cdas. W. Barnett's new
express has arrived and will
prove a welcome addition to
the facilities for travel between
ihe Station and McArthur. The
line is now better fitted lor
the accommodation oi the
public than ever belore, and
as well as any line in the State
We hope Mr. Burnett's enter
prise will be appreciated by
our people, and he may meet
with increased receipts in pro
portion to his moreased facili
ties to accommodate.'
The McArthur Crass Band
gave a general serenade lo our
citizens last -week. By the
way, we understand they con
template giving -open air con
certs one evening in each
week, a treat "hich no doubt
would be duly appreciated.
Ihe ladies give a festival for
their benefit next tuesday eve
ning, at the Court House. The
Zaleski and New Plymouth
Bands have been invited to be
Dh. Uowebs, Dentist, McAr
SCHOOL ELECTION EXTRAORDINARY.
The School Board has come
to a hitch in the matter of em
ploying a Superintendent for
the ensuing year. There are
two applicants, M. R. Barnes,
who has been Superintendent
for seven years, and II. W.
Coultrap. Mr. Barnes has been
getting 1800 per year; Mr.
Coultrap offers his services for
the same position at $600.
One member of the Board,
Paris II or ton is in favor of con
tinning Mr. Barnes, John P.
Dunkle, is ia favor or Mr.
Coultrap, and the third one,
Mr. Bothwell, declines to de
cide tho matter, and they have
agreed to submit it to a
vote of the people, on next
Monday afternoon, at the
school house, between the
hours of four and six o'clock.
tVe doubt the propriety of
such a proceeding, but inas
much as the Board iavites an
expression in the manner indi
cated, we hope there will be a
The two gentlemen whose
names are presented are well
known to the people of the dis
trict. While we have no per
sonal objection to Mr. Coul
trap, we think it is patent to
a great majority of the people
that the interests of the schools
will be best subserved by re
taining Mr. Barnes. lie took
the schools when they were
about equal to no schools at
all, and has managed them suc
cessfully during the past seven
years. Mr. Coultrap has had
no experience whatever in su
perintending. As to the matter
of salary, if Mr. Barnes' seven
years experience witn our
schools is not worth the differ
ence, it is hardly worth while
to have experience. . Besides
the salary paid Mr. Barnes in
below the average paid Super
intendents in the State, and, as
H well known, is less than he
has been ofiarred to take
charge of oilier schools, which
oilers he . declined, -having
bought property here and de
cided to make McArthur his
But the matter of salary is of
no moment, lor we have no
doubt men could be found who
would undertake to superin
tend our schools for $300, or
even less. The best interests
of the schools is the matter to
be consulted, and we hope
there will be a lull vote with
that one object in view. .
The Fourth Urand Exposi
tion at Cincinnati will be open
for the reception of articles
from Wednesday, August 4th,
lo Saturday, August 30th.
Open to the public hom Wed
nesday, Sept. 31, to Slrttttday,
Oct. 4th. Articles competing
lor premiums must be entered
on or beldre Aug. 30tb. Ho
article can be entered unless
previous application has been
made by the printed lorm We
would like to see our Com
mission ers place on exhibition
specimens of our ore and coal.
It would attract The attention
of men of capital who are en
gaged in handling thosfl min
erals to our county, and would
no doubt prove a good invest
ment to the people of the
Farmers should not fail lo
examine the patent farm gate
for which George W. Brunton,
McArthur, is the agent in this
and Jackbon county. It is Ihe
best and cheapest gate ever
designed for a iarm, costing
fi ty per cent, less than Ihe old
fashioned gate, and is more
durable, lor it can not 'sag.
Examine it when you are in
At the last examination" ol
teachers, the following named
parsons received certificates-:
For twelve month.-" Barnet
For tise month. Mai tie
Steece and Utir tlif Cla.vpool.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Ed Drake is at home 'tfn a
short furlough, lie is em
ployed in keeping books for a
manufactory of lairxing im
elements in Xenia.
Jas. and JousLyli, whose
departure to Nebraska we
chronicled last week, have returned.
The McArthur House was
partly re-roofed last week. It
was a big job and looks like
Wheat harvesting in this
county commenced last Friday,
in Wilkesville township, on the
farm of Mr. McCormick.
A little daughter of Wm
Shriner has placed us under
obligations tor a beautiful bo
quet, which brightens our
Mr. O. W. Uilman shot a
saud-hill crane, last Tuesday
morning, which measured six
feet lour inches, from tip to tip
of the wings, and five feet" in
Passengers on the M.. fc U.
R. R. to and from Uhil
licothe, will be carried, 'on
the Fourth, at halt fare, to at
tend the grand celebration.
Samuel Ulllom's house' is
nearly completed, and will be
occupied July 3d. It is well
finished, of handsome . acd
convenient design, and is an
ornament to our town.
Persons desiring anything in
the line of Denistry, will do
well to consult Dr. Bowers.
Ills operations are in poiut oi
excellence, equal to any of hit
Wolf, Pearce & Co. are just
in receipt ol a large lot of fine
an 1 standard stationery goods,
blank books, initial paper and
envelopes, reward cards, etc.
Also a fine assortment of fan
We were in error last week
when we stated that a team
which belonged to i. G. S wet
land and driven by Mr. Ward
ran awsy, causing the breaking
of a buggy spring. 1 The.' dam
age was caused by the wjjeel
dropping into a 3eep rul."'"Nol
a very creditable report as to
the condition of our roads. .'
The Committee have com
pleted arrangments lor a good
time at Arnold'8 Grove, McAr
thur, on the Fourth, and the
prospect is that there will be a
good turnout, and a regular
Good music will be furnished
by the McArthur Brass Band,
police arrangements are per
lected to secure order, and re
freshments stands for the nc-
ommodation of those who do
noi wish to bring baskets.
lion. H. C.Jones will deliver
Ihe oration of Ihe day, and J.
M. McGilIi ray will read the
Declaration oi" Independence
So turn out, and make a holi
day for yourselves and families.
Euos Winters and Axle J. Hunter.
5Cha9. N. Hunters and, Emma Win
ters. George W. Mix and Mary Jane
Bunkratz Beti and Mary Plnney.
In Elk township, ffune Hit, to Mr.
and Mrs. .tames Mjfirt'tt. a daughter.
Flour, per sacK $225
Oats s '60
Beans ... '. 2.603 00
Dried Aprles 75
Dried Peaches 3.00
Haras, country , J2U
Biizar cured n
Smoked sides 10
Pickled Pork 7 8
Chickens, live 20a.25
Hocklnz dalt per bbl
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish 8 00
Rio Coffee 25(430
Coffee Sugar , 15
Uemarara " ia.io
New Orleans Molasses SOal.OO
Sorghum " 4050
Star t 'andles. per tb .25
Tallow - v. . . . .15a20
Soap, country per lb. oa6
Coal. vt bus . . ... vf'
Wool V 45
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
VpH E dndersigneil wishes to Inlbrm'his ci
A'tomers and me public generally that he
has dnume no amount oi swrei iroia
tees. Id beds to iwirodl, lo what he had or
merly pat out aol hopes In be able to furnish
plants through the season to all that soar
or Inm with a call, tor i ct. per h jndred.
Plao of residenee IU miles !-onth of llnAr
thur. LEVI WIMAN.
MK, OTXUXD MM,
I have a full line of
sizes with good round
sticks at low prices for
S. O. SWIFT,
I tm agent for th isle of
(ico.Wood & Co.'s,
Shoninger St Co.'s
1 Km alio Kent for
II 4 CO -V & CMIIR'S,
F. C. LIGHT & CO.'S,
J. F. II4IIRI4& CO.'S
Thit 11m incluilea nil fie different Rnulei of
piHnon and organ m'l, 10ml nt them be.
Mug excelled I instruments it very reasonable
During the Tasation or longer, I will offer
hei inntrnmente lower than Ihey fan he cb
tained elsewhere. 1 Invite my (remit and Ihe
publ io generally to examine Ihe mnck and
rpricev ol dealers in the oil ana eUfwhere. as
1 can ellord to and will icll cheaper limn par
lies who are at a heavy expense in traveling
. aboul the country wiih wagnnaior are paying
enormoii" rents and ini-uranee for palaiiHl
tores Not lieing al this expenxe I will give
pur haer the benefit ol that fact in making
Give meaeall t my reililence, and I will
guarantee sa'.isfaetion in prices, durability,
tone and Inish of nil lu-truments sold. All
innlruineuts warraoied in every respect for
' '''"'-'Ministers, Cliarchpe and Sunilny
Schools supplied sit li.westrate.
-o;L M. R. BARNES,
'High 8C, two deors west of Mar'tet,
19jun McARTHUR, O.
J0IEFIHI . MHJlffl
HAS REMOVED his Hardware' Store to the room formerly occupied by
R. D. Dodge, and proposes hereafter to deal exclusively ia
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, ETC.
and will offer good bargains io cash buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your interest to come feafore purohasiu? elsewhere.
Special attention invited
OOD AND COAL
Tinware and House Furnishing Goods,
stock than ever before, and cheaper
Remember the place. Iwo doors east ot fost umce, aioAnnur, unio.
12jun JOIsEPU S. UUUN.
SPS1E STD GK
A larjje stuck, and the richest, most eleirant patterns ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can be found eleewhe'e in the
county. r '
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, okesp.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M- Ferry & Co., Briggs '& Pro., and
the old 'reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
White snd Colored Paints
to my large stock of bet
of which I keep a lareer and better
than ean be obtained eipewiiere.
OF WALL PAPER
OF BEST BRANDS.
mixed to order ready for use.
D. M. FERRY'S
BRIGGS & BRO'S
Choice Flower and
ATTHB DRUGSTORE OF
STcrth Side Main St, two Doors
West of market,
Sseds Warranted to be of
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
BEST IN THE MARKET,
Should call nt the
MACHINEET A&V BEED ST0EE-
A. PURDTJM & BR0,f
Where 'they will find full stock of he very
ConsittiDft of the
Drills, One-horse Ituck
eye Drills for Corn Land.
The vtrj best id the market. The
Buckeye Iniproreil and American Feed
Cnttera. Corn Hhellors. Delnwure Farm
WaKnns. fanning .11 1 1 In, Farm IlelU.
Ibe famous -Union Churn, ibe (rrt
For oonklnK food for etocK. Every fsrmer
nd stock'Uiser should have ui&.
For oroi'erles, warehrufes and farmers. A
large assortment of Fa KM
Such as HOES, RAXES. FORlCS, 9110VEL3,
and PLOWS of all klnds.
also a full assortment of
Farm, Yeretaele and Garden Seed!)
In short areBiilares1bliied former's necom
modation store, where all are invited to call
and examine our stock,
AT SO. 17, PAINT STRfetl"
I AIMIS FOR SALE. '
THE Hum on whien I now reside In Jack
son township. Pike Co., O., n.nr Hharon
ville, and ronfaininK nearly six hundred seres
Aisomiy farm in Liberty township, Ross Co ,
()., ami containing about 21X1 acres. 1 willsdi'.
BOTH FAIIMS AT A BARGAI.
Forlurlhsr infprmation call on or write lo
me directerl to Omefrn, Pike Co , O, The
first fiirm is in one ofhe most desirable situ
ations in the township- The farm in Liber
ty'tnwnahin is very cosrenient to the Heprt
al I.on.ionderry. MASON JONa.
WILL find Ihe Record office supplied with
Ih? Iarm l assortment df Horse snd Jack
cuts lo be found m aoy office in llus section
Bills Printed on Short Notlco
FEATHER-WEIGHT HITS !
MIX EAR'S II AT STORE
THE grand principle that operates in these
wonderful medicines, ia the pnaer thxt
they possess in purifying Ihe tdrgid- blood,
sod eipeliiog the corrupt humor, from the
UOLLOWAT8 PILLS consist 6f S careful
and peculiar adoiizrure of the ftnest vegeta
Die extraris, neros sna meaicai irunia. roan
sealing not a (rain of mineral ia Iheir com
bination, they never expose Ihost who use
them to any d.birer, at any time or season. .
No i-olher oeedheeiotteto prescribe them to
ber children, and the most delicate eonstnu
tinns can use them with as great a benefit aa
the most vigorous and poweifui frame.
E0LL0 AT & CO., Sole Proprietors
78 Maiden Lane, New York
Hoiloway't Pills snd Ointment are so'rd at
tSeente, S cents and tl per box or rot. A
great savins: is made jt buying the larpstitt
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