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SPECIAL NOTICES.
It. It. TICKETS.
MONEYjSAVED.
"Washington, Baltimore)
Philadelnhia. New York,
CHICAGO, 1.1DI4NAPOMS,
NHW I ORK AND RETURN,
CINCINNATI AND RETTJRX,
ATltEDUOKD RATt.S.
Al'PLYTO
S.C. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street.
CHILL1VOTUE, 0.
lOjul 1874
Jd. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
IflcArtluir, Ohio.
Particular attention givca to the treatment
of toe natural Ifcelh.
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants' and Furnace
nieu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Quods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. IDeptly
A. SPENCER NYK.
J. S. MAChZY.
NYE & MAC KEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
Crockery.China & Glassware,
Cutlery and Plated Wnrc,
Gas and Coal Oil Fixtures,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STRET.
CIIILL1C0 THE, OHIO.
S.loclls71
Notice to Teachers.
TllE DOAUD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will moot at 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, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commonco at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
mural character will be required in all
canes. A fee of 50 cents id required
by law from each npplicunt.
M. It. ll.Ul.NES LVn Hoard of
J. S. IIUUN, I-School Ex-
L. O. PEKL'UIS, Cl'k, J nmincrs.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
For the Relief and Curs nl the Erring and Uu
forliiiiate nil Hriuci ls of Christum
PhilHuihroy.
Sssnys on th. Krror of Youth, nnd Hie rot'
Ilea of Age, in relation to Marriage nnd Soeihl
Evils, with samtaiy aid for tlio alllictel
"Jent free, in seuleJ envelope. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Dox P, ri.:'iai
pliia, I'a.
1W ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1.0. 0. F.
H3ix, "P EUUIiAB Meetings nfthia En-0'2PeilVi'nin'iiii-iit
will herealler b
WjS.'s.-ii-'iii on i lie eccnuu ana mat
''Sjwww" Weilucsdny evenings of rack
month. PalnuivlM m olhtT eiicaiiipiiieui
who may be visiting om .own are invited to
iteud. AAHON WILI , CP.
J. uis T. Rapfb, 8.
MoArthur, Krli'y 17, 1870.
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Business that will Pay.
from f4 to 18 per day, can be pursued In) our
own neighborhood; it 1 a ran, chance lor
thos.out 01 employment or having leisure
lime, girls And boys frequently do as well at
men. Particulars free.
J. LATHAM k CO.,
3jul8w 293 Washinmon hi., Boaton, Mass.
TO VERY 3 EST PLAN
By which you can obtain life insuran w it the
low premium, Uni4i,tock ln. It furoicfi
a the larxest Amount of injiirnc-e for a siren
um of money, .'be contract la plain and
leBni, without coniplica.ion, myatory or
uncertainty. The policy la alnrnya wxnli it.
face, the premium ner iiiureHwa. It i. the
tnnat 'tif u lory and economical plan for the
tuaiirant. The Travelera J i.-im iicp Li'inpa
ay, of Uartlorcl, Coon., (tianta 4ile iimurawe
upon this excelleul plan. Ita "county la un
que.Uonel. Apply to any agent, or fend tor
a circular.
$5to$2o-r:s,fAw,toernk,r,
waule.l! All
nic people, of
-enhcae x, T ungnrold, make moie money
at wotk for n in 1 lieir vimre mou'ieme, or ell
the time, than anvthing ele. Piirtit nlxre free.
Addreae 8. bTlN'duN CO., Portland, Maine.
WORKING CLASS MAl.EtuOnwek
auarauu-ed. Ke,ectMule employment at
home, day or evemn; no rapital required;
lull indrueiions and valuablo packai: o
Koodaaent free hy mail. AkirM with six
-nt return aiHiup. A. i'uUNU CO., 176 r
turn .lamp, M- iUliNG Co., liJiareeuahb
t.,N.Y..
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Ktv. J. V. Ewifla will preach
next Saturday evening and
Sunday at the Christina church.
We had more rain on Mon
day evening, Rnd again on
Wednesday morning and even
ing. Tub notice ot petition for
ilio new road to the Station
is published in tho Record '.hu
week. The line proposed will
be nearly level having no
eteep grades, and in air-line.
Persons wishing Eitey Or
pans in Vinton county, can get
theui only of J. S. Hulick, or
at the house No. 158 West 4th
street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
D. H. BALDWIN & Co.
f ersons who have been in
the habit of tresspassing on
tli o premises of Jonathan Win
ters and Harvey Robbitis will
do well to hoed a notice pub
lished in the advertising columns.
D. H. BALDWIN & Co. Corn well's Jeweier Store.
If you want a watch repaired;
or to buy a fine American
Watch a picture, or a picture
framed, call at Cornwelh Jew
eler Store in McArlhur, O. All
work in liia line done promptly
and wnrrranted. A good as
8orlment of picture molding on
hand.
Mr. William Siiuiner has It ft
on our table two mammoth
onions, raised by his wife, one
weighing 13 and the other 10
ounces. They are ot the va
riety called Multipliers. Mr.
'Sliriner eaye ull that were in
the bed were about the -flame
size. The sets wero put out
last fall in a rich limestone
soil and covered over with sta
ble manure.
Mr. AoRiPr-A WbLL) had one
of his legs broken last Mon lay
evening by falling Irom a hay
wagon loaded with hay, At
3Ir.'V w in Hie- act of- step
ping off a rail fence on (he
wagnn,one of his feel slipped
and lie fell as stuted. Lie lay lor
seme time before lie was dis
covered and when found he
was in a fainting condition, was
taken to Wilkes ville and cared
for and is now doing as well as
could be expected.
Musical Entertainment.
The Mtrriain Sisters will give
a vocal and instrumental con
cert, next Monday evening,
(July 21,) at the School House
LJu.ll. The programme will con
sist of dmlis and solos from
operas nnd ballads, pathetic
and. brilliant.
They have given a number
of coucrls in . the lea ling
towns of Ohio and the Wes',
and are spoken ot in tle high
est terms. The iollowingis one
of the many complimentary
notices of the press:
[From the Winchester Times.]
On Monday evening, March
31, those who love music, in
and around Llihopoln, were
privileged to enjoy a rare
treat, in a concert given at the
M. E. Church. Misses Mer
riam were tho perlormers.
Miss Maggie is ccrtaialy gifted
with rare abilities. Although
her natural eyes are blind, she
has received from the Creator
ample compensation in the
cultivation and beauty of the
soul, and in such a faculty ot
music that when she played
upon the piano or the organ it
would seem as it she made the
(Instrument ti speak. Miss Ju
lia has a splendid contralto
voice, and when we say 6he
is the peer of her sister, we
have certainly said enough.
The concert consisted of a
charming variety of all that is
beautiful in music. Some
times we were borne away as
upon fairy wings, sometimes
our souls were awakened to
the grand had beautiful, some
timta we were melted by a pa
thetic ballad.
We heartily commend these
Merriam sisters to the musical
world, and we anticipate for
them, should their lives be
spared, a brilliant future.
Crops in Vinton County.
Mr. J. B. Randall writing to
the Ohio Farmer from this
county says :
The farmers of this county
have had a cold wet spring to
contend with, and consequent
ly were leter getting their
crops in than ujual, though
there is a greater breadth in
corn, oats and tobacco by ten
percent. It was dry and hot
from from May 10; h to June
12ih, the thermometer stand
ing at from 75 to 102 degrees
at noon; since then we have
had it more seasonable, with
some heavy 6torms of rain and
wind. Corn is in about an av
erage condition; oats five per
cenu below; w heat about twen
ty per cent, above an average;
pastures and meadows above
an average. There is consider
able wheat and clover cut. Ap
ples one-third of a crop; pears
good; peaches a failure; grapes
a noble prospect, with 357
acres in vineyard in the county;
sweet cherries, a failure, the
first time for sixteen years.
Our county is among the best
mineral counties in the State.
It has seven iron furnaces with
inexhaustible beds of ore and
coal, and the lower vein will
mako good iron without char
coal. We want more railroads
to be able to fully develop our
resources. Our county is gen
erally hilly, but the soil is good,
with good timber, hickory, oak,
poplar, walnut, beech, black
locust, and some pine in two
townships "
Da. U L. Uuiulene,oI Ham
den, has left our count', hav
ing formed a partnership in his
profession with Dr. Lash at
Alliens, his old home. Dr. O.
has been practicing medicine
and eurgery in our county lor
the past twelve yearr, during
wh'ch time he has met with
fni success and built 'up a
splendid practice. In the coun
try about Ilamden, where he
lias res tied, no person will be
more missed and the removal
more univcr.'itlly regretted,
loth 'professionally and as a
live enterprising citrzen. W
wish him abundtnt success
among the Athenians.
Mr. C. P. DtiNKLK had his
hanl badly injured yesterday
by the bite ot a hog. lie was
driving a lot home, wlion one
refractory animal turned upm
him, Deized him in the fleshy
part of the hand, tearing &n
ugly and painful wound.
Persons desiring anything in
fie line of Deniitry, will do
well to consult Dr. Bowers.
His operations are in point ot
excellence, equal to any of hit
profession.
Tub Ilamden AMI is ready
for business, under the superin
tendence of a good miller, Mr.
A. A. Co22ens.. See advertise
ment. Tub wheat is all harvested
in this county.
A little girl in New Or
leans has won, after a patient
labor of three months, a prize
of a silk dress, by successfully
accomplishing the feat ot mul
tiplying nine by nine and
eighty one by eighty-one, and
soon, using each succeeding
product as its own multiplier,
until the operation was per.
formed nine times. The prize
has been offered for several
years, but never before earned
It is said the work comprises
262 numeral compounds and.
90,000 figures, and the whole
covers lour or five square yds.
of paper.
The lightning played the
same game at Third Street Sta
tion which it did at Ninth, with
the additional freak of burn
ing the eyebrows and mustache
off a man blinding near the
corner of Third 6treet and Mill.
With characteristic American
irrespr esstbility, he set to work
at once removing the debris,
and hopes, in a few days, new
and more gorgeous hirsu'eness
will rise, phenix-Iike, from the
Cin.
Gazette.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
tbur,0.
The Kentucky. ; Amateur
Press Association mt at Louis
ville, Saturday. Fourteen mem
bers were present. After a
pleasant session, the conven
tion adjourned to partake of
a banquet.
Jasesville, Wis., was sur
prised on Thursday morning to
see legions of frogs come out
of the river and itart off in a
northeasterly direction. Ac
cording to one observer there
were 10,000 to the acre, and as
they covered h11 the ground in
the vicinity, the Uazette esti
mates the number at several
millions.
Tub poser ol how the milk
got in the cocoanut 'is equaled
in the entangled perplexity
moved by a lusm natures ex
hibited by Mr. Abner Cooley
at his store, it beiarg an ogg
within an egg; the outer or in
volving one somewhat exceeds
in size an ordinay goose egg.
This latter wasfourtd to con
tain another perfect egg of
the usual size. Just how this
implication was contrived will
never be unfolded, as the pro
ducing hen died from exhaus
Athens
Messenger.
There is a great excitement
over a terrible tragedy enacted
at Harmony, Pennsylvania. A
young man named John Fra-
zler, soiiio time since eloped
with Kate Faulstick, a girl of
seventeen, from that city where
both resided. They went to
Pittsburg and thence to Har
mony, where they stopped at a
hotel. While Miss Faulstick
was lying on the bed Frazier
shot her in the fiend with a re
volver, and then, shot himself.
He lived but a few hours. The
girl is still living, but can not
recover. No definite cause ia
assigned for the act, but joal
ousy is supposed to bo the rea
son for it.
Tub prophetic Brigham ap
pears by recent accounts to
hare made a serious mistake
in sending several hundred ol
his constituents away down
into Arizona, on (he assurance
that (hey could find there a
hnd of corn and wine. The
colonis's are coming home to
Utah dispirited ana thoroughly
demoralized; and as the wan
dering Israelites demanded to
know of Moses why they had
been taken into the wilderness
of the Red Sea, so these wor
ried Mormons are not slow to
express their opinion that
Brighain's infallibility is not
all that be has been claiming
it to be, and to question his au
thority to set them out on
such bootless journeys.
We know the Etey Organs
to be the best, and are willing
to place corresponding slyleB
in competition with any other
D H. BALDWIN & Co.
The Estey Organ is the best;
the best 'is the cheapest.
BIRTHS.
In Ale Arthur, on the -12th inst-, to.
Mr. and Mrs. 11 KeynokUa-dittighter
In McATthur, on Sunday 13th lust,
to Mr. aud Mrs Morris Evans, a
daughter.
In Mc Arthur, on the 15th Inst., to
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Tearce, a son.
In McArthur. on the loth Inst., to
Mr. and Mrs. Carter ilerudon, a son.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Henry C ilall and Ida Stoughton.
Samuel II. Tom aud Mary M. Brewer.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacx.. $2.00
Corn , 50
Oata 50
Wheat 1.30al.40
Beans , 2.503.00
Potatoes' 1.U0
Dried Apj-les 75
Dried Peaches 3.'X
Hav to . 15 00
Ilatus. country 12H
" sugar cured .17
Smoked Aides 1U
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 78
Ktfgs , .10
Butter 15
Lard i8
Chickens, live S0a.25
(docking Salt per bbl 2.50
Sacks ..." I5a25
White Fish 900
RioUofl'ee 2530
Coffee Sugar 13
Deinarara " 12a.l5
Cuba Vl
New Orleans Molasses. .SOal.Oo
SorehHin " 4t)50
Syrup 75a.l.00
Star ( 'andles, per It) '25
Tallow - .....loaW
Soap, country per lb.. 6a6
Cteese -20
Coau per bus .;(S
Wool fc -40
THE POPULAR MUSIC-HOUSE OF THE WEST!
3D- BC. BJL3D"WI2ST &:CO,
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tie fttti Estey On !
Their .weetnetaa, power and variety hav. made them the popular organ the world over.
TllE SIX OCTAVE ORGANS!
With beautiful eh.ir.r, great variety, extra range of key board, allowing th. playlnr of
Piano Uuaic, makea them t.pecial favorites lor parlor um.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN F0RW.INCOMPARIBLE IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAYOEITE VALLEY GEM!
The Pemand for these excellent medium priced Pianos is such that
nearly every Piano is sold before arrival from the Factory.
LOW PRICES FOll CASH.
Instruments Ilented mo the Rent Will Pay for Them.
isrEABY MONTHLY PAYMENTS?-.
Our Agent, Mr. T.fl. tlTTLICK, will tnke plenaure in railing upon all paitrei intending to
pun'haxe. Thev will fl ml wilh nun heller indii emeuts Uiaa el new lie re. We recomend him
to lh confidence ol the people ot Vinton Countv. lOjul
PIANOS
I am agent for the a.ile of
Smith's American,
tic o.Wood & Co.',
Spang's, mid
Shoningcr & Co.'s
o k a- a. 2r s.
1 am also agent for
STElXWiY'S,
II AGO V & C AUK'S,
F. C. LIGHT & CO.'S,
3. F. Hi II II I & CO.'S,
AD1!RAUUIIIY'3P1A0$.
Thla list include! nil the different gradni of
piano, and or:in mde, anme of them bo.
ingexcellen t instruments at very reaaomible
price.
Muring the vacation or longer, I will offer
these inxtrumpnta lower limn they can he r.b
tHined elsewhere. I invite my fr!endri nnd the
public generally to examine the Mock and
rricei ol'deiilera in tht oiti ann eUewhere. a.
can allord in and will Hell cheaper I h:i n ptr
lie who are at a hnnvy expen e in traveling
about thevounrry wilh w;tnin,or are paying
enormoiH renU Yind Insurance fur palatini
atcreii Not being at thia expense 1 will give
purchaser the benefit ol Unit fact in making
sales.
ttivn me aenll at my residence, and 1 will
guarantee aa'iHfuction in prices, durability,
tone and lninli nf all iti-trumenla anlil. All
instruments wnrruutcd in every respect for
live years.
Miniate, Chart-In- .nit Humlny
Schools Biuipllcd avt luwewt nui,
III. 11. KARNES,
Ilih St., two doora west of Mnr'iet,
lDiun McARTHUK, O.
CLOSING
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ABDWA1E
J0EJPH s. Mura
HAS REMOVED his Hurdwsiro Store to tho room formerly occupied by
K D Dod 'e, and propuues hereafter to deal exclusively in
STOVES, TIN W ARE,
-A.asri3-
Mouc Fiarnishing Good
wm i. i i -
I am closing out my Stock of Shelf Goods,
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, ETC.
and will ofTer good bargains to cash buyers. Come and see mo. You wilHod
it to your interest to como before purchasiuir, oleevrliore.
Special attention invited to my large stock of "beit
WOOD AiD COAL COOKING STOVES,
Tinware and flouae Furnishing Goods, of which I keep a larirer and better
stock than ever befre, and cheaper than cun bo obtained elaewhere.
BfifiuUeiueuiber the place. Two doors east tF Pint Office, MoArthur, Ohio.
Wiun JObEPllS. 11UUN.
Just Received
Has just
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A large stuck, and the richest, most elettant patterns ever brought to tui mar
ket A laiger stock, and better qualify than can te found elsewhere in the
county.
TTIIANSOlyl PAPEM.
Special designs for tranBOtns and side lights, New, elegant, cheap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN fcTLOWEU SEEDS,
From the celebrated acea gardens of D. M. Ferry It Co., Briggs & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village,
WHITE LEAD
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready for use.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sign of the red, white and blue barrels.
AND ORGANS.
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OF BEST BRANDS.
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NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS
NOTICE is hereby given that Mated propo.
sal will b. received at th. Auditor's Office,
iu McArlhur, Vinton county, Ohio, anlil 3
o'clock, P. M., on
MONDAY, JULY 28th, 1873,
Tot th. building of on.
Covered Brldgt with Stone Abutment
Aero. Middle Fork of Halt Creek-, In flam
son towa.hip, near th. residenc. of Jonathan
Ray.
Plant and Specifications
are on SI . for inspection at th. Auditor', of.
flee. And th. county Commissioners iio
hereby invito
Proposals on any other Plan
Than those on III. at 'he Auditor's Office, at
tne option of bidders, but proposal, on other
plans are required lobe accompanied with
plana and specifications vetting forth the nuu.
ber of apaos, the length ot each, the nature,
quality and site of the materials to b. used in
the ereolion of the same, lae strength of th
structure when completed, the soperats cost
ol the base and superstructure and also wheth
er there is any patent riht on the proposed
plan, and if so on what part, if not on th
who.e. All proposal, must be aecoir panieif
with a bond, with at least two good ecuntie
in double the amount ot atuih old.
The Commissioneis resa.fe ihe right to re
serve any or all hid.
by order of th. Commisaioaera.
W. W.BKLFORD,
Auditor Vinlon County.
Julys, 1IT3. it
$72 00 each week.
Agents wanted everywhere. Business strict
ly Ivgitimate, Particulars free. Address J,
WORTH, 6t. Louis, Mu. 3jUly
EVERY FARMER
8l:o ild call ntlke
FAU3IEKS IMPLEMENT
MAOHIHEBY AUD SEED ST0EE
-OK
A. PURDUM & BR0
Where they will And a full stock of th. very
boat ot
ACBICILTLBAL UIPIEHEXTS,
Consisting of th.
I.ncnNf crand JturkC) rCirnlit
Drill, One-horso illicit
ej e Drills for Corn Land.
Th. very best in the market. The
Buckeye Improved nnd American Feeif
Cutters, Corn Hhrllors, liclnwere Farm
agfiiie. Fnnninir iilills, Farm Bella.
tUcfumoiis I nion Chum, cue Crent
Agricultural Steamer,
For conking food for atocx. Every firmer
and stock raiser should have one.
Tforscytho Scales!
For groceries wnrthrusrs anil fanners. A
Inrgo assorlnu'Dtof FA UM
HAND IMPLEMENTS
Such as HOES.IUKES, FORKS, SHOVELS,
and l'LOWS of all kinds.
also a full assortment nf
Farm, Vepetaole and Garden Eeeda
In abort a remilar established Isrmrt1. accom
modation afore, where all are iurrted to call
and oxamino our stock,
iT NO. 17, PAIKT 8TRr.T
CHILLICOTHEs OHIO.
1 ron nam:.
rP fin fnjm on which I now reside in Jack
I son Ibwnslnp, Pllfe Oo O., near Sharon
ville, and containing nearly en hiimrred acrea
Also my farm in Liberty township, Rnaa Co.,
., and containing about S8u acre.. I will sell
either ur
BOTH FARMS AT A BAIM2AIX.
For further information call nn or write) In
me thrected to Omega, Pike t'o , ', Tho
lirst farm ia in one orthe most desirable itu
ationi in tho township- The farm in I.rlier
fyilownship 1. very convenient to fhe tepot
at Londonderry. MASON JoNiSd.
27lubl73
HORSEMEN
V171LL find Ihe Recnnl office snnplied will
V (lis largi st assortment nf Horse and Jack
nuts to he found in any otlk. i. litis sectio.t
of the titata.
Bills Printed on Short No tica
HATST
Spring and
Summer
FULL I 1 1ST III
-0 r-
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS I
-AT-
WINKAR'S 1IATST0RL1
PAINT STRF.ET,
OTTIIsLIGOTHE.
24oct mi
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS
AND
Holloways Ointment.
TH E grand pr inciple that operate, in these,
wonderful vnedioinea, ia power that
they poaseaa in purifying the turgid blood,
add eipel'iag th. corrupt humor from Uut
system.
HOLLOWAY'S tUA consist of a careful
and peculiar adnsixinr. rf th. flneet vegetao
ble directs, herba and medical guma. Pos.
easing not a grain of mineral in their com.
bma.tion. they never expose tho. who n
thutn to any danger, at any time or season.
No i- other need hesitate to prescribe them tr.
her children, and the moal delicate constitu
tion, can use them with aa great a kenent asi
th. moat vigorous and poweiful frame.
HOLLOW AT & 00., Sole Prop rietort.
78 Maiden Lano.NewYorlc
HnHowav'a Pills snt Ointment are anlds
ts cent. eent. and II per box or pot. A
greatsavmti.DMwUbwbayiiig th. Uri.iiavsc
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