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HI c Arthur, Ohio.
Particular attention giren to the treatment
of the natural leetb.
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 NYE. J. 8. MARKET.
NYE & MACKEY.
IMrWTEKS AND DEALERS IN
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Ware,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
07 PAINT STRET.
Notice to Teachers.
Til E BOARD of School Examiners
'for Vinton County will meet lit the
Union School lluuae, in McArthur, on
'the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
-cases. A fuo of 50 cents is required
'by law from each applicant.
M. It. BAtt.VEd Cli'n ) Hoard of
J.S. Ill) II X, V School Ex-
L. O. nSUL'UE, Cl'k, J auiiuers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For Ihe Relief nod Cure or the Erring and Uu
fortunate ou Principles of Christian
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and the foN
Ilea of Age, in relation lo Marriage and Social
Evil, with aanitaiy aid for the afflicted
ieut free, ia sealed envelopes. Address,
HJWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'uil
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
T eOUI.AK Meetings nrtriis En-
SV&liHd on the second ami lout
- Xlj:Hmpimltt will nereiHier im
Wednesday evening of euuli
month. Patriarchs n stner eiiiiiiii"iiieuia
wlm may be visiting out .own tire invile'i to
attend. AAUU.N W1L.I , CP.
Juiix T. Rpr.a, S.
Mi-Arthur, Kt-b'v 17, 1870.
Tt (J O -1
THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
It ia not a qnack nostrum.
The ingredients are pnblished
on each bottle of medicine. It
la tised and recommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
introduced. It will nositively
and kindred distal. RHEUHA.
2'ISM, WHITE 8 WELLING, GOUT,
GOITRE, BRONCHITISJiER POPS
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT CON.
SUMPTWNni all disease arising
from an impure condition of the
Blood. Bend for our BoaiDiua Al
kuauo, In which tou will And oertlfl
catea front reliable and trust-worth
physician, Uluiatert of the Gospel,
Dr. n. tTilMB C.rr.of BalU.
more, aaya he baa need It In ca of
Scrofula and other diaeaee. with
Dr. T. C. Paab. of Baltimore,
recommend! it to all penone suffer
ing with diaeaeed Blood, earing it la
superior to auy preparation, be baa
Ber. Daaaer Ball, of the Bab
timore M. E. Conference Sooth, ear.
be has been so much benefitted by
ita use, that be cbterfolly raoom.
anenda 4t to all bla frieodaand ao.
Crmrea tc Drntmiata, al
GordoneTUle, Vs., say It Beyer baa
failed to glre aatiaf action.
freeeboro'. Tenneeaee, aaya It cured
blm of Bhemnatlira vhaa all elaa
IH1 BOAADAUS TS OOITrTECTIOa WITH OPR
rDleare Cnule and Few, liter Complaint, Dye.
mala, etc We guarantee Romdius superior to
SberBlood Arillera. Ben4 tot DescripttTJ
Addreaa, CLEMENTS k CO.,
S S. Commerce St., oUfmor, Jfd.
Sonember to aai your Dniggiat for Boeiruijn.
. Exprrikxcs will teach any man that
it ia advantageous to patronize those
woo advertiss ia newspapers;
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
Jamk A Uark, C'aiuariue
Mitchell and Lunetta Willett.
of Hope Furnace, were
brought here on Tuesday on an
order lor commitment to jail to
answer at the next term of court
to the charge or riot. They
ruade application lor a rehear
ing ol-'.he case before the Pro
bate Court, and it is set ior
this morning. We have heard
but one side of the matter, but
from what we can learn it ap
pears that the parties are all
neighbors on the Dope Fur
nace property, and have not
got along together very har
moniously; that Silas Mitchell,
who, by the way escaped ar
rent, was going home in com
pauy with Carr, when one of
his children told him that a
neighbor named Yates, who
brings the charge, had abused
Mrs. M. during his absence.
Mitchell, who had been drink
ing, became enraged, started
for Yates' house, and com
menced stoning it, Carr, mean
while, with Mrs. Mitchell and
Mrs. Willett, who had been at
tracted by the noise, trying to
prevent it. Yates brought suit
against all of them lor not,
they were ordered to be com
mitted, but are uow awaiting a
A team driven by our Prose
ecuting Attorney ran away last
m eek, smashing I be buggy, and
marring the beauty of that of
ficial. We couldn't get the
straight of the 6tory exactly,
but are informed thut when
near Prattsville the Fust line
on the O., McA. & C. R. R.
came ihunderin' by. The horses
took fright, and ran as far as
Vinton Station, where, just as
he was getting them under
good control, a large stump
ran out in the middle of the
road, under one of the wheels,
upset and smashed the buggy.
iVe don't von li (or the nccura
racy of this report, but give it
as we heard it.
Tue Fourth was duly obj
served und enjoyed by the pic
nicer at ArnoldV Grove. The
weather during Ihe early pa.t
of the day was very pleasant,
but the party was broken up
suddenly about three o'clock
by a furious rain storm. O. T.
Gunning read the Declaration
of Independence and Lion. 11.
O. Jones delivered the oration
of the day, which, judging by
the eiicoDiums parsed upon it
by those who heard it was a
fine production A pleasant
dancing party at the Court
House prolonged the day till
the "we Bina' hours."
At the last examination of
teacher?, the following named
pnrsonu received certificates as
For 18 months. Miss Amy
For 12 tnontJi. T. II. Craig.
W.J. Hawk and Thomas Kel
ley. For months- Frances Car
nal, C ra Greene and Horatio
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
A family oi movers passed
through here yesterday on
I heir way to Meigs county,
their old home, from Southern
Kansas. The head tf the fam
ily did not seem to have been
favorably impressed with that
part of the country, and de
clared that the wind blew all
ihe hair off of his children's
heads last winter, ana he would
not live there if he owned the
In the last twelve months
Stephen Kline, in addition to
.tttemling his crops and gather
nig them, oi his farm of sev
enty Hcres, has mined, hauled
o (own and delivered 9 575
tmihels nt coal A ;real part
nl Hie coal was hauled in the
winter, when mud was neprly
tixle-deep. This he has done
himself, without hiring a hand
except lor two days during
harvest, and it is what we call
a good solid year's work.
Ed. Drake finished his vaca
tion, and started to Xema yes
terday. Ellas Clements has returned
home got enough of the
Toe loss by the Ute ttorms
in our county has been very
light compared with that ol
other sections of the Slate.
George Petty, a blacksmith,
aged about forty-three years, of
Uamden, was drowned at Pike
ton, last Saturday. Lie was
supposed to have been labor
ing under a fit of insanity.
Persons desiring anything in
the line of DenUtry, will do
well to consult Dr. Bowers.
His operations are in poiut of
excellence, equal to any of his
Benson JJtjnkle sheared a
yearling wether last week,
the fleece of which weighed
when pertectly clean, eight
and a half pounds. The sheep
was a Cot8wald, and the wool
measured twelve inches in
I; you wish lo buy an or
gan or a piano at from ten to
fifteen per cent, less than you
can buy the same instrument
elsewhere call ou M. R. Barnes,
McArthur, Ohio. Would, refer
to Robert Thompson. Zileski;
U. W. Sisson, II. II. Swaim,
Miss Cynthia Dunkle, Miss
Anna Rickey and others in Mc
Arthur; Prof. VV. II. Allison,
AllensviKe; Nelson UofThines
and the Misses Craig, Dundas,
and a host of other. See ad
vertisement in this paper.
Transfers of Real Estate.
J. 11 Bean lo F A. Bean, ou'.
lot No. 6, Pratigville, $73.
F. A. Bean to Ciuderalla
Do6s, out-lot No. 6, Prattsville,
Zileski Company to'IIannah
Kasler, part in-Iot No. 217, Zj
leski, 150 by 141 ft., $120.
Humphrey Clark to William
Wyatt, 104 acres, Richland
L. W.Jones to John T. Craig,
20 acres, Madison Ip , $150.
Madison Geer to Jacob and
Henry Geer, 8G acres, Wilkes
ville tp., $635.
Madison Geer to Jacob and
Henry Geer, 18 acres, Wilkes
ville tp., $25.
Armenias Geer to Jacob and
Henry Geer, 37 acres, Wilkes
ville tp., $S00.
James E Quick to Samuel 8.
Lee, part out lot No. 11,136 by
110 ieet, McArthur, $100.
J. F. Woodsids, the first,
igeut of the Vheeler& Wil
son sewing machine in this
county, has returned to this
fi Id again as a cent of the
same company for (his, Athens
and Hocking counties. Mr.
Woodside has been the most
successful ardent ever engaged
in the business in this county,
having, perhaps, sold more ma
chines than all other agents
together. He represents a ma
chine which is unsurpassed, is
an excellent operator, and has
the faculty of impartiug his
skill to others, a most necessa
ry accomplishment, which has
not only helped him iu the
sale of many machines, but
has insured the satislactiou ol
his customers. If you want a
sewing machiue which is as
near perfect as human art can
make it, Woodside ia the man
to furuish it, and show you how
lo run if.
The Postmaster General has
decided that two postal cards
containing a written commu
mcation and tealed tngether,so
us to cancel said writing, must
be treated as a letter, and held
tor postage. Should they reach
lie ffi -e of delivery through
ma lverian -e, they should be
treated as ivholly unpaid, and
riled up at double letter raiets.
lter postal t ar l have reach
ed I heir destination lliey may
be fjrwarded to another office,
at Ihe request of the party ad
dressed, without additional
charge for postage. '
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
A Good House.
Elsewhere appears the ad
vertisement of D II. Baldwin
& Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. We
take pleasure in calling atten
tion to this advertisement. It
is one of the oldest and most
reliable houses in the west,
both as regards the quality of
instruments sold aud the
prompt and honorable manner
of doing business.
They sell the Decker Broth
ers' Piano, which, as is well
known, is the beet piano man
ufactured; while the "Valley
Gem" has a repulion ot which
many older manufacturers
might well be proud. We are
assured that the demand for
this piano is greater than the
production, and Messrs. Bald
win & Co., can not get them as
fast as they need them. Being
a piano made where the cost
of making is much less than
in the east they can be placed
upon the market much cheaper.
This with their excellent ton?,
action and wearing qualities
has made them popular.
Messrs. Baldwin & Co. also
sell the Estey Organs whose
unrivaled power, sweetness
and variety have won the con
CJence of the people wherever
sold. Their durability has giv
en them a popularity which
has no equal, and though mak
ing an organ every 20 min
ules, they can not keep pace
with the growing demand.
Messrs. Baldwin & Co. have
sent Mr. J. S. Hulick to our
county to exhibit these organs,
and we assure our readers that
they may deal with Mr. Hu
lick in lull confidence that they
will obtain the best terms and
prices that can be had. We
hope Messrs. Baldwin & Co.
will secure a good trade in our
county, and parties will do
well to deal with a house
whose long business career
and solid reputation furnishes
a guarantee for ihe instruments
Mr. Hulick will be found a
genial and courteous gentle
man. Let all see him aud deal
Tue Episcopal Diocese of
Maryland has had a net gain of
1,297 communicants, the total
number being 15,000 with 143
clergy. The recent, convention
repealed the canon forbidding
attendance at theatres, and on
horse-races. Bishop Whittina:
ton, absent on nccount of sick
ness.sent his written protest
against this action, but the mo
tion to reconsider it was defeated.
In Cliilliuthe. July 7th. to Mr. and
Mr. John W. Dw3. a (laughter.
At McArthur Station. June 19th of
rheumatic tcver, Charles L. Nunc uni
ts it. njjed 11 years, 1 month and 3
Sylvester linbu and Mary Dudley.
David A.Rutcllffand Mary Melissa
11. U, TICKETS.
Philadelphia. Hew York,
NlS W 1 OKK A ND RETURN,
CINCINNATI AND RETURN,
ATKEDUCKD It AT S.
S. C. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street.
' lOjul 1871
Flour, per sac 2.00
Oats ' ' 50
Dried Apples 75
Dried Peaches .. 3.'
Hav V ton ... ........... 15 o"
llarus. country 12 i
- siijrar cured 1?
Smoked ides 10
Pickled Pork 7 8
Clilcki'MR. live 2ua.2.i
Hocking Salt per bbl
White Fish 00
KioCottee . ..25(g30
Collee Siijrar 15
Demurara .. lia.lo
New Orleans Molasses 801 OU
Sorghum " 4U50
Syrup . . . . .' 7ea.l.00
Star ( 'andles, per lb .25
Tallow - . .loa-H)
Soup, country per lb. &i0
LLersa - .10
t Oai. hu . ... "
I Wool k . .40
THE POPULAR MUSIC H0USE0F THE WEST!
3D- H. BA.XjX)WIISr & CO.,
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ft Unrivalefl Estej Ops!
Their sweetrjetes, power and variety have made them the popular organ the world ever.
THE SIX OCTAVE ORGANS!
With beautiful erur.gea, treat variety, eitra ronge of key hoard, allowing the playlnr of
Piano Music, makes them especial favorites ior parlor use.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN FORM. INC0MPAR1BLE IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAVORITE VALLEY GEM!
The Demand for these excellent medium pried Pianos i such that
nearly every Piano is sold before arrival from the Factory.
LOW PRICES FOU CASH.
Instruments Rented ao Ihe Rent Will Pay for Them.
iEASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Our Agent. Mr. I. fl. HULICK, will take pleasure In culling upon all paitlea Intending to
purrhaie. Thav will And with him hetter imlu-enienta than elsewhere. Worecomenrt him
to the co rind. nee ol the people ol Vinton County. '0JUI
I am agent for the sale of
Smith's American, .
.co. Wood & Co.'s,
Shoningcr & Co.'s
1 am also agent for
IliCO & CAKIl'S,
F. C. LIGHT & CO.'S,
j. f. Htum & co.'s,
AXU URAUIICUV'S PIAXOS.
Thia list inoluilee all the different grariae of
pmnnr and orgnn. mml, some of them he.
inn excellent Instrument at very reasonable
During the vacation or longnr, I will odor
thee inntrnmcnta lower than tlipyian he ob
tained elxewhxre. I invite my friend and the
puhlio generally to examine the mock and
f rices ol dealers in the oit and elsewhere, a,
can Hllord to and will eell cheaper lhan par
Una who areal a heavy expeue in traveling
bout the country with waon,or are pnymg
ennrmotio renin ami inxuraife for palatial
eturpn Not lifing at thiepene I will give
pun haaera the benelit ol that fact in making
(iive me aeall at my residence, and I will
guarantee eatlnfactinn in prices, durability,
tone and Ininh of all lu-trumenta aold. All
instruments warrauted in every respect for
Minister. Chnrcbea and Sunduy
Schools aupplicd at lowest rates.
ITI. It. BAItJN'ES,
Hij(h St., two doors west of Mnr'tet,
JDjun McARTHl'R, O.
JdBSlEPM . MIU1HIN
nAS REMOVED hU Hardware Ptore to the room formerly occupied by
B D Dod"e, and proposes horeufter to doal exclusively ia
Mouse Furnishing Goods
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S HA.RDW ARE, ETC.
and will ofTer good bargains to cash buyers. Come and see me. You will find
it to your interest to coma before purchasiuir, elsewhere,
Special attention invited to my large stock of beat
WOOD AND COAL COOKING STOVES,
Tinware and limine Furnishing Goods, of which I keep a larger and better
stock than ever before, and cheaper than can be obtained elsewhere.
Ba.lteniember the place. Two doors east of Post OIBee, McArthur, Ohio.
12jun JOSEPH S. LIU UN.
Just Meceif ed
Has just received hid
A larjte stuck, and the richest, most elesiant patterns ever brought to in is mar
ket A luiger stock, and better quality than can be found elsewhere in the
Special designs for transoms and side lighte, New, elegant, obe ip.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens nf D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggs & Pro., and
the old reliable big paokages from Shaker Village.
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for us.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of tb rod, whit aj4 blu UrrU.
OF BEST BKANDS.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
VvOTIflE is hereby given that sealed prop,
ll al will be received at Ihe Auditor's Office,
iu McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, until 3
o'clock, P. it., oo
MONDAY, JULY 28th, 1873,
For the building of one
Covered Bridge with Stone Abutment
Aernes Middle Korknf Halt Creek, in llarna
on township, near the residence of Jonathan
Plana and Specifications
are on 111 e for inspection at the Aaditor'a of.
Dee. And t lie county tomnuaaionera do
Proposals on any other Plan
Than those on (lie at 'he Auditor's Office, at
the option of bidders, but proposal, on other
plans ara required to be acuoinpa?,ed with
plaits and xpeciHcationa -filing forth ihe nun
ber of spans, the length ol exch, the nature,
nuality and site of the materials to be used in
Ine erection of the same, Ine eirenfcth of the.
structure when completed, Ihe aoperate cost
ol the base and superstructure and also wheth
er there is any patent light on the proposed
plan, and if .o on what pari, If not on the
whole. All proposals mut be am-onrpanied
with a bond, with at least two good securities
in double the amount ol such bid.
The Conimismnneis rese.ve ihe right to re
serve sny or sll bids.
Uy order of the Commissioners.
W. W. HELFORD,
Auditor Viuton County.
July 3, 187S. 41
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted evervwhere. Business strict
Iv l.gltimate. Particulars free. Address J,
WOKfH.St. Louis, Mo. Sjully
Should call at the
MAOHIHEEY AUD SEED ST0EE
A. PURDUM & BR0.,
Where they will Bud a full slock of the very
Consisting of the
Drills), One-burse IIutk
eye Drills: Tor Corn Laud.
The 'very best in the market. Tb
Buckeye Improved and American Free)
I'liltera, Corn ShHIcrs, Delaware Farm
W nitons. Kannliiai Mills, Farm Hell,
the fainoaa Union Churn, the Ureal
For cooking food for stncK. Every farther
and slock raiser should have oue.
For groceries, warehrnses and farmers. A.
large assortment of FA UU
Such as HOES, RAKES, FORKS, SHOVELS
and l'LOWS of all kisd8.
also a fUll assortment of
Farm, Veretaele and Garden Seed
In short a regular esUhlished farmer's accnm
modati on store, where all are iuvited to e
aud examine, our stock,
AT SO. IT, PAIST STREfcT
FA1M1S FOR SALE.
TnE fajm on which I now reside In Jack
sou township, Pike Co., O., rear Sharon',
ville, and containing nearly six hundred ecres
Also my farm in Liberty township, Ross Co
., and containing about S80 acres. 1 will sell
BOTH I'AKTIS AT A BARGAINt
For Inrlher information call on or write te
me directed to Omega, Pike Co , O, The
tirst farm is in one of the most desirnble itrr.
ations in the township- The farm in l,iber
tv'townshin is very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. M ASOi JOvNfct.
WILL find the Record office supplied wkh
Ihe Inrgf st nssortinent of Horse and Jack
cuts to be found in any office in tins sectMav
of the btale.
Bills Printed on Short Nolle
FEATUER-WEIGHT HATS !
MIXKAR'S HAT STORE
THB grand principle that operate ih these
wonderful medicines, ia the pter that
they possess in purifying the turgid blood,
ad upel'ing the eorrupi humors from th
HOLLOW AT'S PlLL9tnsistof a careful
and peculiar adesixinie cf the Baest vegeta
Me extns-ta, herbs and medical guma. Posh
aiing not a grain of mineral in ihelr com
bination, they never expose those who nsa
them to sny dsnger, at any time or season.
No i other need hesitate to prescribe them to
her children, and the most delicate constitu
tions can use thein w'h as g"M a beneht aa
the moat vigorous aud powcifui frame.
HOLLOWAT k tW.. Sol Proprietors.
78 Maiden Lano.NewYork
Hollnwav's Pills and Oin'rreotsre sold at
SS cents, 62 eenls and f I Pr box or pot. A
rat saving mad by bujini the large aiaee