Particular slteutioo given to lbs treatment
of the natural teeth.
J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchant and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. lOeptly
A. SPENCER NYK.
J. 8. MACKEY.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutler' and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
G7 PAINT ST SET.
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO.
Notice to Teachers.
TUB BOARD of School Examiners
Tor Vinton County will meet itt the
-Union School House, in MoArthur, 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 tun o'olock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
(moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
hv law from each nnnlicant.
M. R HA U.N Ed CVo
L. 0. PEKL'UE, Cl k,
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
for (he Relief and Cure olthe Erring and Un
fortuuute ou Principles of Christina
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
llas of Age, in relation to Murriiige and Sooiitl
EviU, with sanitsry aid for the afflicted
Sent free, in Muled envelopes. Address,
IIMVAUO ASSOCIATION, Box P, Phl'iucl
NO, 115, 1, 0, 0. F.
w2i"x, T? KOIII.AR Meetings oHhis En
.rfnSEv'i lV-ampmeiit will herenlier lie
irfSS Id "ii the second and lust
',Jirmf Wednesday evculims of eucli
month. 1'ntnniviiH n other eni-aiiipmeiiis
win. .uy be visiting om own -re invite-i to
attend. AARON WI ,i , CP.
Jukx T. RApr.a, 8.
McArthur, Keb'v 17. IOT0.
THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PUBIFIEIL
It is not a quack nostrum.
The ingredients are published
LA oneochbottleof medioine. It
ijwQ 1 Is used and recommended by
r Tt 1. Physicianswhereverithasbeen
Introduce It viu positively
and Undnd iitetuen. RHEUMA.
TISH, WUITBSWULLISO, QOUT.
OOITRR BROSCMTISLtiBR VOUS
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT COy
BUMPTIOXmi all diseases arising
from an Impure condition of the
Ulnul fLnit npnnr RWIAniT.fa ATm
Iluiao, In which you will dud certifi
cates from Tellable and trust-worthy
Physicians, Ministers of the Gospel,
Dr. R. Wilson Carr,of Bel,
more, says be baa used it in can a of
Scrofula and other disease with
g Ifr. W V. ras, 01 naiumont
I I recommends it to sll persons suffer.
I I Ing with diseased Blood, saying it is
I I nperiorto any preparation ha baa
I vk I aver used.
Bew. Dnbaer Ball, of the Bab
timers H. E. Conference South, aaya
. he has been so xnuca benefitted by
It. use, thst be cheerfully rsoom
mends M to all bis friends and as.
Craves sic -, Dranlsts, at
GordonsTllle, Va say it osver baa
railed to tre aatisf sctkm.
Basaael G HcFasld'ea, Hor
frsssboro!, Tsniwssee, says It cured
him of Bheumatism when all else
jaOffATAT.TB THOOlTNEOnOH WITH OTJtt
mm euro Cbffls and Terer, lire Complaint, Dys.
XjtTito. We guarantee Rosalias superior to
JuerBloodVnriaera. Bend for DeacripUTj
f iuilVrrr Almanac.
Address, CLEMEHTS fc CO.,
i 8. Commerce 8L, Boltttnora, Jf4
' Expbriencb will teach any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
wbo advertise in newspapers;
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Qrgsn of Vinton County.
Grand Fourth of July Celebration,
Pic-Nic and Dance at
Arnold's Grove, M'Arthur,
Complete arrangements have been
made by the undersigned Committee
for 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
agreeable ever helJ in the Counry.
The Declaration of Independence
will be read hy James M. McGillvray,
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 Hand
will be a leading feature on this Grand
Turn out Everybody.
Hon. A. J. Swaisi,
T. A. Murray,
L. L). Martin,
J. A. Fulton,
W. D Gold,
-morrow is the ninety-seventh
anniversary ot our nation
al independence, the day
Americans delight lo celebrate
and parade llieir growing
greatness. Ample prepara
tions have been made for a
pleusant basket pic nic at Ar
nold's Grove, with orations, mu
ic, dancing and relreshniPiits.
To I hose who wish to leave
home the 0. It. LI .oflVrs
excellent facilities, carrying
passengers between all points
at half fare. All trains slop at
ull stations, and an excursion
will also run from Athens to
Ohillicothe, passing stations as
follow.: Hope Furnace 7:59 Z i
leski 8:11, Vinton Furnace 8:21,
McAilhur 8:31, liamdeii 8:41,
Kinhland Furnpce 8:58, Jiyer'a
9:06, Raysville 9:16, Ohillicothe
9.55. Returning, this train will
leave Oliillicothe at 7:00 P. M.
Passengers can also return by
Fast. Line, leaving Ohillicothe
5:00 P. M, wnich on this day
will make ail the slops.
Burnett will run his hacks to
and Ironrall the trains, and to
and Irom the Grove. Orders
for passengers lor the excursion
traiu should be left with him or
at thd post olllce to-day.
Tub store room occupied by
Parker Rankin, tailor, and
John Oomwell, jeweler, and
perhaps adjoining property
came near being destroyed by
lire last Sunday. Alter the
storm on that day Mr. Rankin
went up to his place of busi
ness to see if any damage had
been done. Opening the door
he found the room full ol
smoke and on further examin
ation found a Are burning in
i he floor, it having eaten in a
Hole about six inches sq ire.
It Is supposed that the Are
originated Irom the falling ol
burning soot through a hole
led id the chimney for draft or
ventilating purposes, Mr. Rm
kin having had a lire in the
stove on Sa'urday to heat his
irons. But for the storm
it is probable he would
not have visited his shop
on Sunday, and the con
sequence might have been a
disastrous fire, sweeping away
the business portion of our
Tue election which was held
last Monday to give expres
sion to the feeling of the school
district as to who should be
selected as Superintendent, re
sulted in the almost unani
mous choice of Mr. Barnes, the
present Superintendent, he re
ceiving 99 out ot 103 votes cast.
Mr. Goulirap withdrew his ap
plication shortly before the
election, but it was not gener
ally aud lully known to the
public until shortly before the
i.uo announced for closing
the polls. A very heavy rain
iell during the hours announc
ed for the election, which bow
ever, did not prevent the aver
age vote of the diitiiol being
There will be a meeting of
th iVinton County'Agricultural
Society on the 12th, to elect
officers for the ensuing year.
Rufu3 and Miles Oilpin were
committed to jail last week on
the charge of stealing two
horses, one frou Wesley Wil
kinson, Eagle township, and
the other from Noah Miller,
of Ross county. The horses
were stolen on the night of
the 9th of June, and taken to
Noble county rrhere they were
traded for other horses, the
Gilpin Bros, receiving some
boot money. Wilkinson fol
lowed and captured them, with
the horses for which they bad
traled, just below 1'arken
burp., brought them to McAr
thur, where they were arraign
ed before 'Squire Holland,
plead guilty, and were sent to
jrtil to await the action of the
Grand Jury at the next term
Mr. Miller is now on a trip
to Noble county to recover the
We saw an ancient docu
ment last week, a commission
granted to James 1'ilchei, now
deceased, as Ensign of a com
pany in the 2d Battalion, 2d
Regiment, 1st Brigade, 3d Di
vision Ohio State Militia. The
commission is dated at Ohilli
cothe, May 10. 1812, and sign
ed by Return J. Meigs, Gov
ernor, and James McLean, Sue
retary of State. On the back
of the commission is endorsed
the oath of office administered
by Stephen Pilcher, J P.
A portable euw-mill belong
i"g to Moses Sadler, and sta
tioned on the farm of Mr
Blackson, about four miles west
of Mc Arthur, was destroyed by
fire on Monday evening of last
week. All the tools used about
the mill and about three thou
sand feet of lumber were aUo
destroyed. Loss upward ol
1,00C; no insurance.
Dr. Gorslenh bas entirely
recovered from the effects o'
his accident on the railroad,
and contrary to general ex
pectation will have but very
little, if any, discomfort or
lameness from his wounds.
His card appears in another
column, and his success in the
past is as good a recommenda
t on as a physician could do
sire. A Hamper correspondent
drops us a local this week and
promises us more in the future,
all of which we will gladly re
ceive. We invite persons in
the other villages of our county
who want to keep up the name
and fame of their respec.ive
hamlets to do likewise.
The supper given by the la
dies for the benefit of the McAr
ihur Brrss Band was boih
pleasaiit and profitable, netting
about $50. The Mt. Pleasant
Band was in attendance, and
was deservedly complimented
on its proficiency.
Tuomas FoLty, an elderly
man who lives about two miles
northeast of McArthur, had
the lower bones of bis leg
broken in a fight in a saloon
at Vinton Station, lust Satur
day Patrick Tiney was the
nami ol his assailant.
Tub following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Post Office
at Zaleski: Jane McG da, Win.
IL Light foot, Elizabeth Lewellar,
Dr. Tinker, Ida Pengilley, Thos
Penp illey, J, R. McGaev, B. C.
Gillilap, R. W. Atlson.
J. G. WILL, P. M.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the Post Office
at McArthur, July 1st, 1873:
Liza Runghtsell, W J, Brunlon,
R. Hathaway, Maudy Mitchell)
J. N. McLAUGHLIN.
Some person ''raised'' all Mr.
Tnmliusoii's onions one night
lastweek. They didn't leave
him enough for sett. He ha
been around trying to smell
out the tniet', but thus far with
Bids for the building of a t ew
covered bridge, in Harrison tp.,
near the residence of Jonathan
Eay,iwill be received at the
Auditor's office till July 28th.
Advtrtistnient in another col
Transfers of Real Estate.
Harriet Oase et al toSimuel
H. Trimmer, 40 feet off north
end in-lot No. 73, McArthur, O.
Seneca W. Ely to Wra. R.
Madeira, undivided half of 530
acres, Elk township, $6,000. .
Nancy Blake and husband to
John P. Dunkle, quit claim to
60 acres, Elk township, $200.
George Randerson to John
Anderson, 80 acres, Richland
Paul Arnold to Jacob Clem
ents, quit claim to one fifth in
terest in 141 acres, Elk town
Josephine Saxton and bus
band to Jacob Clements quit
claim to one-fifth interest in'
144 acres. Elk township, $700.
David S. Bobo to John Mar
tin, 40 acres, Kuox township,
John Martin to M. J. Dick
son, 40 acres, Knox township,
Geo. W. Jackson to II. 0.
Wilson, part in-lot No. 3,, Uain
den, 875. ' J
J hn R. Shore to Davis Dun
ce n, in lot 32, Sifford's survey,
Zaleski, O., $109.
John R. Shore to Caroline
W reenter part of in-lot No. 8.
Kenck's addition, ZtleskI, $650
Lemuel S. Paine to Thos.
T. Ricketts, in-lot Nos. 64 and
65 in Paise's first addition to
Joel A. Waldron to Charles
Swepslon, 2 acres, Richland
Margaret Bobo to Eli Rey
nolds, north half of in lot,"No.
125. McArthur, $30.
Ephraim Robbins to Francis
M. Whitlatch.in lot No. 124,
in E. Robbins, addition to
Jesse Gary to Martha Dew
berry, south half of in lot No.
Oicar F. Hawk, to Peler
Boise, 1 acre, Wilkes ville
township, $22. '
David Johnson to Isaac B
Cartlicli, 30 acres, Swan town
ship, $300. ; j.r
The State of Ohio, tpohn
Lawler, 110J acresvWilkeville
township, $414.37. ' '
Wm. B. Duncan 'to Thomas
Sharp, 172 acres, Vinton town
David Stoakley to Rufas P.
Stokelev, 157 acres, Jackson
Jacob Clements et.al to
Trustees, Elk township, 10
acres, Elk township, for Ceme
A. O Wadsworlh to Philip
G. Griffin, half of 200 acres,
Harrison township, $1,500.
James Knighton to Philip G
Griffin, halt of 200 acres, Har
rison township, $1,500.
Benj JounsoS sheared a
three year old Merino Sheep,
the fleece of which weighed
Boley's balloon caught fire
and burned up, last week, at
Londonderry. We understand
he is constructing a new one.
Persons desiring anything in
the line of Deniitry, will do
well to consult Dr. Bowers.
His operations are in point ol
excellence, equal to any of hie
James VV. Burtuu and Columbia A.
John Lowry and Jienny Simpson.
Natbiin Sims and Mrs. Mary Tripp.
Luther M. Biinre and Mary L. Sry
Flour, per aact : 200
0:tts ; . . R0
Wheat .v. l.dOaUo
Beans 2 5U3 0(I
Fotatoeii ...... , 100
Dried A pries 75
Dried Peaoris...w. .. '3.''0
limns. country..., -.126
sugar cured .17
Smoked sides 10
Hnkled Fork . 7 8
Kfrjfs ; -It
Chickens, live 20u.23
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.5
Sack . " 15n25
White Fish....... 0O
Coffee Smrar ,. 15
Deiniirara " ...I2n.l5
Cuba - .- 12W
New Orleans Molasses...... .80iil.0O
Sorehum " 40050
Syrup . i.. ?5a.l.0O
Star Candles, per lb -25
Tallow ' kl5a20
Soap, country per lb.... '. 5a6
Cnai. has. .. .. .....
SILK, BLUIXGJXD JIISLI.Y,
I have a full line of
sizes with good round
sticks at lowprices for
S. O. SWIFT,
I am agent for the sale Of
(..co.WooiJ &, Co. 's,
Shoniiegcr JL Co.s
I am alao agent fur
F. C LIGHT & CO.',
J. F. II 41(1114 & C O.'!,
This lil innltKlessll tlie riifT-rent rri'le of
lUHnnv and ortftnt mml, some of them bo
INK excellent instruments a't very reusoouble
During the ussntinn or loruor, I will offer
thea instruments lower thin lhpyi-an he ob
tained elsewhere. I invite my fremN and I ho
public generally to nxitrmue lite lnck and
rrieet oI'dHHlers in th cih inn eliewhftre. at
can sllurd tnaml will veil cheaper limn pur
lieu who are at a hevy expense in traveling
about the country with nitons, or are paying
enormous renlo and Insiirnin'o for pnUlhtl
steren Not being at this expense 1 will give
pnr hnsors the DeuetK ol thut fact in limiting
S-Uive meaenll it my residence, and 1 will
gimrnntee aii'lsfurtion in prices, durability,
tone and Viish of sll iu-truments sold. All
instruments, warranted in every respect for
Minister, Churches and Sunday
Schools supplied at lowest rates.
- M. It. BARNES,
High St., iwo doors west of Mur'iet,
19itm McARnilTR, O.
JOSEPHS S. MUMI?
nAS ItEMOVED his Hardwaro Store to the room formerly occupied by
K D Dod 'e, and proposes hereafter to deal esclusively in
Mouse Fursiishhig GSood
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, ETC.
nnd will offer gnod bargains to cash buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your interest to coine before purohiwij? olsewhere.
Special attention invited to my large stock of best
WOOD AiD COAL COOKING . STOVES,
Tinware and House Furnishing Goods, of which I keep a larger and better
stock than ever bef"re, avid cheapor than cun be obtained ehewhsre.
B&.Keraeuiber the place. Two doors east of Post Olf.ee, MoArthur, Ohio,
ljjun JOSEPH S. UUUN.
Has just received his
SPUING STOCK OF WALL PAbER
A large stuck, and the richest, most eleiraut patterns ever brought to tuis mar
ket A linger stock, and better quality than can be found elsewhere in the
Special designs for tran3oms and side lights. New, elegant, cheap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From tire celehtated sped gardens of D. M Ferry & Co., Briggs & Pre., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD OF BESOitAKDS; ." .
is : .
, 'White and Colored Paints miied to order ready for uso.
At. SISSON'S DKUQ STORE, , Sign of the red, white and Uue barrels,
D. M. FERRY'S
BRIGGS & BROV
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRUGSTORE OF
North Side Main St, two Door
West of Uarket,
Seeds Warranted to be i
the best Variety and
Warranted to Give
BEST IN THE MARKET,
Should call lit th
MACHIHEEY AND SEED STOEl;
A. PURDUM & BR0.?
Whero they will Knd a full slock of the Ttr.
Consisting of the
Drlll, One-horso II tick
eye Drills for Com Land.
The very best in the market. The '
ilnrkeye Improved find Anicrlrnn Fee
I tillers, Corn hlirllers, Delaware Karn
Wngnns. Knnnlna stills, fnrin Hells,
the fuiiioux l iilon Churu, Ibu tiren .
For conking food for stoctt. Every farmc
and Block raiser should have one.
For grocerle., wnrebrnses and farmers,
large assortment of FA KM
Such as HOES, RAKES, 'FOR'KS.StfOYELS,
and PLOWS of aVl kinds.
rilDO a fUU assortment of
Farm, Veeetaele and Garden Seed'
In short a regnlBretbIii.hed Isrmer'snccorr
limitation store, where all are invited to cu.
and examine our stool;,
A t SO. 17, PAINT STREhT
FAIIiTlS FOIt SALE.
Hi HE ftum on which I now reside In Jacl
J son township, like Co., O., near Hharor
ville, snd eonliiininK nenrly vix hitnilred bit.
Also my furm in Liberty township, Ross Cc
tv.flnfi conrtsiniog nbout 280 acres. I will ae !
BOTH FARMS AT A BAROAlX.
For further information enll on or write tt
me directed to Ometra, Pike ('o , 0, Th
first fnrm is in one of the most desirable dil
ations in the township- '''he farm in I.ihei
tyMownshin is very convenient to thedepi. i
at Londonderry. MAHOK JO.NES.
WILL find the Record office supplied witl
the Isrt stasHortuientof Horse snd Jack
cuts lo he found in any office in this secliou
of the Statu.
Bills Printed on Short Notice
FEATUER-WEIG11T UATS !
MINK A R'S II AT STORE
THE (rand principle that operates in thes .
wonderful medicines, Is the pnv.er the "
I hey posse.s in purifyinR the turgitl bloon
add expelling the corrupt humors Hum Iho
HOLLOtVAT'S PILLS oonsist of cSMfl!
and peculiar sdmixture of the finest vetrrta '
hie eztraxts, herbs and medical gams. Fiss,
seating not a grain ef sniaeral in iheiP':om
bmation, they never expose those who uk
them to any danger, at any tune or sfiison.
No i-other need hesiiale to prescribe Ihc-m to.
her children, and the most delicate- nonstila
tinns can use them with aa great a benefit a
ths.most vigorous aodpow.Lful fraae. .
H0LL0WAT & CO., Sole Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lane, New Yorl
Holloway's Pills and Olntmsot are sol i
i6 cents, 6'2HoenU and pr box or pot
, great aavingis made by buying the large siv -6noTl72i
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