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SPECIAL NOTICES.
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To close outbalance of
this season's stock, I
offer all my Fans at
much: less than cost.
Sample orders solic
ited. S. C.SWIFT, . .
24 Paint Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
Hjul 1873
FRUIT "JARS
AND
JGLLY CLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
C7 J' A INT STHET.
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO,
INVITE tho attention T merchants and fur
naoeinen to th Inrgs stock of the above nr
rtHejii't received. Wd will fell .it t if very
4ow n( fiifiiren to tho trade. Orders solicited
ami promptly attended s. ii tj ul
N.J. BOWERS,
resident i) i:iisr,
McArtluir, Ohio.
Prltcnlnr attention given to (he treatment
of the natural teelli.
J. F. TO WELL, rortHtnouili, Ohio,
offers to tho Merchant and Furnace''
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on tonus
the most favoruble. l'Jcptiy
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet tit tho
UJnion School House, in .MoArthur, on
the 1st nnd 3rd Saturdays of March,
.April, Muy, September, October and
November; nnd tho L-t Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
.animations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will bo required in nil
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Ay law from each tipplicant.
.M. R. ItAUNES t'h'a Hoard of
J. S. 1 1 1) UN, School Ex-
L. 0. riSKL'UE, Cl'k, ) amincrs.
Howard Sanitary A hi Associa
tion. 'For the Relief unit Cure or the Erring and Un
fortunate on Principles of Christian
Pliiluiilhiopy.
Essnys on the Errors of Youth, mid the fol
lles of Axe, in relation to Murringe nml Social
Evils, with sunilaiy nid Tor tho Btllieled
Sent free, in aealcl envelopes. Address,
IIOWAUIJ AiHUUI.YTlO.N, liux V, l'i.:'.turfl
pi i in, l'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0, 0. F.
T) KliUI.AR MevtinK" of thin En-JiZ'-.AiijnnipiiK'iit
will herealtcr lie
Scfi-Jt-'lield ou the xrond oud hint
"9my, Wednesday evening of i-ucli
nimilh. I'atnurcli 01 oilier riii-aiiipmeiita
who may be visiting out- own aro invited to
Attend. AAil'J.N WILL, CP.
Joim T. Rama, S.
Mcarlhiir. Feb'y 17, IWi.
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. FALLENS VILLE ;.
WOOLEN MILL
JJJLLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
A'-'-
HAVfKC tilted up our machinery in first
claeevtyle, we are prepared to do
OAEDnraJspisiinrQ &eaving
on .Irnrt nntifse and in the most worn man
like manner .We.fiave on han I nd lor sale
t our factory, a,ood aupuly of
WOOL E iV ' (lOODS,
8mh a
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
whluh we will sell cheap , '
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Jh9 Highest Uarket Price la Cash,
ruiaior wool.
llOlt i liito. ,
AlUimllf, V.uiou C ,0.
iun
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Amenta wanted ermmwhere Buines atriot
1t lKi'nate, Partiuuhtra free. AdJmaJ.'
JVOttfil.st. i.oun,Mo. Jji.liy
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official of Vinton
LOCAL MATTERS.
Dh. Joseph Wilcox, ol Al
lensviile, died at hia residence
last Saturday, aged, we believe,
about Bisty'-eight years. Dr.
Wilcox came to tbia county
when lie was a young man, and
engaged in the practice ol
medicine as long as hia health
would permit, lie was an up
right, honorable man, and has
been a most useful citizen in
his day. He was one ot the
original Abolitionists of this
county, when there were but
two votes against the Demo
cracy in his liichland town
ship. Honest in Lis opinions,
he was outspoken ia their de
fense and sullered all manner
of petty persecutions therefor.
Threats were made of violence
to his person, and his residence
was smeared with tar and Glth;
but not regarding these things,
ho refused to be muzzled by
the mob, and lived to see his
principles triumph in (lie
hearts of the people, and the
once proud slavery parly hope
lessly crushed under the tread
of a free, regenerated nation.
-- ..
V.u. Bkav was arrested and
tried before Eq. Holland last
Tuesday, on the charge of em
bezzlement of iunds lo the
amount of $785 out of some
62,000 which had been entrust
ed to hi in by Messrs Thos. P.
Sutherland and James Chest
nut, ol Jackson, to buy wool.
The case was fj'smissed for in
iorniahty in the paper?, when a
compromise saiislactory to
both parties was ullected.
Mr. Uray claims, wo believe,
that tho business for which lie
was employed Was not com
pleted; that there was not Unit
amount of mnnoy still in his
hands; i hat he had no intention
of defrauding them; that the
arrest was unexpected to him
and no previous demand had
been made upon him for settle
ment. A company ol atnutours from
Chillicollio Mrs. W. V. L:w
rance, Misses Una and Ida
Kow, Mary Dunlan, Dr. Jos. L.
Dunlap and Herbert Holland
will give a vocal and instru
mental concert in M'Arthurfor
the benefit of the M. E. Church,
soma evening during the last
week in August. We can
promise our citizens a rare
musical treat. There are but
few of the regularly organized
companies that have the skill
and ability to furnish as good
a performance, and none ol
them visit towns of our class.
We bespeak for them a good
house, for we say confidently
ihat they will give the finest
musical entertainment ever
given in McArthur.
The "Democratic and Liber
al Republican" Convention to
select delegates to the same
kind of a State Convention,
will be held at the Court
House, in McArthur, Aug. 2d.
Of course the usual resolutions
indorsing those ol 1703 will be
passed, and when they come to
the salary grab and Credit Mo.
bilier, we hope the resolution
will not stop, but go on and
tell us what the "Democrats
and Liberal Republicans" oi
Vinton county think of the In
firmary Farm Credit Mobilier.
Tub cholera appears to be
scourging the little towns this
season rather than the large
cities. A general cleaning up
and disinfecting of cellars and
out houses, is what McArthur
stands most in need of just
now. A few cents invested
in some good disinfectant,
which may be had at the drug
stores, will not only destroy
bad8mella arising from what
ever cause, but will 9dd to
both health and com lor t.
.Hon. O P. Morton and Gov.
Noyes will open the Slate
campaign at Athens, O., Aug.
23J, 1S73, with a grand mast
meeting. Half tare arrange
ments on the rail road will be
made, and it is proposed to
have a good time.
Viston County hag a most
unenviable reputation all over
the State for bad roads, owing
principally to the horrid road
from McArthur to the elation.
As the road is now located it
Is scarcely susceptible of per
manent improvement, besides
being hilly and a round about
way to reach the points intend
ed. With this knowledge some
ol our citizens have caused a
new road to be surveyed, leav
ing the south end of Market
street and running In almost
a straight line to the btation.
By this route almost half a
mile in distance is saved, and
tho road is almost level, bo
that tho cost of building will
be light in comparison with
the benefits which will accrue
to the public.
This id an improvement
long needed. A petition far
its location will bo presented
to the Commissioners at their
September session. We have
inquired of mot of the men
through whose lands tho new
road will pas, and are glad to
learn that they recognize its
public necessity, and will offer
no opposition to its location,
in which case the Commission
ers will doubtless allow the
petition without delay, and it
will be completed this fall, be
fore the muddy season.
We neglected at the proper
time to notice that the Pro
bate Court, upon examination,
dismissed J. A. Carr, Catharine
Mitchell and Lunetta WilMt,
of Brown township, who had
been committed on charge of
riot. The facts wero about as
stated in the Record on the
day the case was heard, and
showed that they were trying
to keep Hie peace, instead ol
breaking it.
Tub Democrats of the Ross
county district are talking of
running Jud. Smart, of Rich
land Furnace, for State Sena
tor. They show wisdom in
dropping all their old parly
hacks and coming oyer to the
green hills of Vinton for a man,
but they will find that Jud.
would rather make pig iron
than laws.
Rob't Clahk & Co., Cincin
nati have published the opm
ion and decision of the bu
preme Court on the subject
of the Bible in the public
schools, in pamphlet form.
Price, by mail, 25 cents.
B. F. AitsisTKONa, of London,
attorney at law, flings his card
to ihe breeze in this week's
Record, and hopes by strict at
tention to business to merit
and receive a share of the pub
lie patronage.
Barkum is pretty good in his
way, but he has nothing to
equal the Modoc band, whose
soul-stirring strains have en
livened our streets during the
past week.
The Commissioners let the
building of the bridge near the
residence of Jackson Ray, in
Harrison township, on Monday,
to Alex. Ward. The price was
$1,59!).
There will be another sale of
burial lots in' tho new ceme
tery, on Saturday, August 1G.
At the former sale the price
paid lor lots ranged lrom $5
to $25.
J. S. UuuN has on exhibition
a machine lor canning and pre
serving fruits which is worthy
of the attention of housekeep
ers. We have tried it and know.
Quite a large and delighted
crowd listened to the public
serenade of the McArthur
Brass Band, last Friday even
ing. . The Enquirer wants to move
ihe county seat to the station.
We dont anticipate that it will
be done this season
Th.ise who. are entitled to
copies of the laws will find the
volume for 1S73 ready for de
livery at the Auditor's office.
Harvey and Homer Saoe
were here on a visit lrom Lo
gan last Sunday.-
Transfers of Real Estate.
Jumes Uibbons to Mary L.
Mutchmore, in-Iot No. 4 New
Plymouth, 1st addition, $550.
Mary J. Mutchmore, to L. C,
Gibbons, same, $500.
Nathan Nitnoii, to Margaret
E. Harris Lots 7, 12, aud 13,
New Plymouth, 1st add.; $750,
James E. Quick to S. U.
ptofoutlotNo. 11. 112 by CS
ft., McArthur, $50.
Charles W. Holland to Mary
P. Holland, iu-lot No. 161.
McArthur, $5.
liaao N. Lotridge to J. W.
Randall, in lots No.'s 237. and
233, McArthur, $750.
J. W. Randall to Emily C
Lyle, in-lotsNo.'s 237 and 233,
McArthur, $300.
Levi Wyman, Adms. lo
Henry Entsler, 30 acres, Elk
Tp., $701).
Blargaret McKnight toR.J.
T. Brown, 41 acres, Jackson
Tp., $200.
Simou Slutler to W. C. Fos
ter, 1$ acres, Knox Tp., $800
W. C. Foster, to George W.
BjII 1J acres, Knox Tp., $S00.
The children ct the Main St.
M. E Sunday School, Chillico-
the, held a picnic at Richland
Furnace, yesterday.
-
A. J. Marnndill, Richland
Tp., died of consumption latt
Monday.
The horses of Jackson coun
ty are slow, but the boys are
fust. Consequently the first
never indulge in sport so bn -talizing
as racing, while the
later meet every Sunday to
"gamble on the green."
A ynuNa man named Bran
sou Lojllind, who was left a
handsome property a short
lime sincQ, died very cndJenly
Wednesday night ol last week,
in Chillnothe, it is supposed
lrom dissipation. Lie had sue
oeeded in getting rid of most
of his properly einco coming
into possession.
W. A. Winters, a constable
of Lebanon township, Meigs
county, shot nnd wounded Jno.
Ellison, a prisoner who was at
tempting to escape from cus
tody. The wound was slight
as it struck a rib and glanced
around his body, touching no
vital parts.
The publisher of Wood's
Household Magazine wan's
canvassers for that periodical,
ai das an inducement offers an
attractive premium list, liberal
commissions, and low priced
magazine one dollar per year.
By its clubbing system it offers
two magazines for the price of
one. For specimen copies and
particulars, address Wood's
Household Magazine, New
bury, N. Y.
Persons desiring anything in
the line of Dentistry, will do
well to consult Dr. Bowers.
His operations are in point of
excellence, equal to any of his
profession.
Dr. Bowers, Dentist, McAr
thur Ohio
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Augustus llobb nml Josephine Day.
AVm. L. Duiutiree and Phoebe A.
Hays.
John Die nnd Nancy J. Huff.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sticn $2.00
Corn no
Oats 00
Wheat I..in.i1.40
Beans 2.3U;t.OO
l'otiitoea 1.00
Dried Apices 75
Dried Peaches 3.'aD
M:iv V ton 5.no
llama, country Vi-Z
" snjrar cured 17
Smoked sides .10
Shoulders 7(fi.8
Tickled 1'ork 7(3.8
Kjrjrs .10
Butter 15
Lard S
Chickens, live 15.1.25
Hocking dnit pcrbbl... 2.5t"
Sucks . . . " I3ii25
White Ftsli 9 00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 15
Detnarara " ..12a.l5
Cuba " 124
New Orleans Molasses 80nl ou
Sorghum " '. 4H50
Syrup 75a.l.0U
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow - 15a20
Soup, country per lb ouU
Ci ecse " 20
CnHI. ir bus .. ii
Wool f ft -10
VVA.NTEJ.w;o,n?remeDan,
Business that will Pay; -
from f4 to i) jrr day, euu be purrued In your
own nrhthrMirhood; it la rare chance lor
thoxeoui ol employment or himng Iw.iire
time, Birh nnd boya Ircqueutly do well as
men. Particular free.
J. t ATIHM A CO.,
SjulSw 293 Washington it., Boston, Mans.
Til
FRIT? GAMS
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS,
large Stock at low Figures.
BEST ASTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
BBASS KETTLES
PORCELAIN KETTLES,
And everp article used in tbc canning aud preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
ffiouc FlB&'EBlslhiEgg Q oods
at the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Tost
Oflice. 31jul
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THE WEST!
ID. H. IBLIDWTIsr &:CO.
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Their aweetnetaa, power and Tnriety hiuo made them the popular own the woild over.
THE SIX OCTAVE ORGANS!
With beautiful eh.ir.ge, prent variety, extra rinue ef key hoard, allowing tho pluylntr of
l'iniio .Music, niiikea'thcin erpeciiil favorites turpiulor uno.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN FORM. INC0MPAR1BLE IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAVOEITE VALLEY GEM!
The remand for these excellent medium priced Pianos i such that
nearly every Piano is sold before arrival from the Factory.
I.OAV PRICES FOH CASH.
Instruments Rented ho the Kent Will Pay for Them.
esrEASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS?"
Our Aqent. Mr. T. R. HITtilCK, wil take pleasure In ealllns upon nil paitlea intending to
nri'liae. Thev will find with h'in tu-ili-r indiremvuta than elrewhere. Wo revoinviid him
tn thn confidence ol tho people ol Vinton County. lOjul
PIANOS
I am agent for the sale of
Smith's American,
Uro.Wooil Ac Co.'s,
Spang's and
Shoniiigcr &Co.'s
o :r,g-a 2r S-
1 am also agent fur
STEJXW4VS,
IliCOI & DiBlt'S,
F. C. MCJUT & CO.'S,
J. F. lltltlll & ( O.'S,
AM) imiDiiuiiv'srivvos.
Thia lii includes all fie different grade of
piHnoi and orj?:in made, aome of them be
ing excel lea t instruments at very reasonable
pricea.
Iuring the vnsation or lnnir, twillo!?.r
fheie inMriimcnta lnwer thai they can bech
tained ele-hcre. I invite my freinU ami Ihe
public generally tn examine the atnek and
price of dwipr in the oil) and eliewhere. ft
lean allord tnand will Ml cheaper than par
ties who are at a hmiv, expense in traveling
about the country wiih wa:inn,or are pnyini
ennrmou rent and innimnoe for palatial
etoren Not being at thia expense 1 will give
puri'haaera the benefit ol that fact in milking
sale.
(Jive meacnll at my reaidenee, and I will
guarantee aiiMafnetinn in pricea, durability,
tone and 1nill of all m-tiiimonU sold. All
inurnment warranted in every respect for
live years
Milliliters, (iinrrbra nnd Kundny
Scuoala supplied ut lowest rate.
ill. 15. II
Bih St., two doors west of Mar'tct,
lOjun McARMlTR,0.
Jistl
lias just
SPBINb STOCK OF WALL PAnER
A lurjieatocK, unui lie rtenesi, mosi cieunt patterns ever Drought to tin mar
kct. A laiger stock, and Letter quality tlinn can Le found clsewLere in tbc
county.
TRANSOM FA FEU.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, Xew, elegant, cfceip.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the cclehruted soea gardens of D. M. Ferry it Co., Briggs & Pro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village.
WHITE LEAD OF
White nnd Colored Paints mixed to order ready for use.
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, F"?n of lha rod. wv; nd blue barrel
HAf
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AND ORGANS.
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received his
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BEST BRANDS,
FI3E ENGINE FOR SALE,
tl'HF TtKI.IAM'K FIHE ( OXPAN Y T
1 t'billbrolUe utter fr.ale ibeir engine lu
ifood working order, together with Jio
jcsrriaga aud evpraj hundred feet of hoe.
ror particular rail on or atdier I no Sects'
57... J. H. NUGENT.
Chillicothe, O.
Legal Notice.
N'OTICE i h. rah. cirri that an application
will Le niaUe to the ib.veraor of uhio lor
the pardon if Edmnnd Uniim, ranvteted al
the May term, A. 1). 173 ot Ihe Vjiuon rnun
iy Court of Common fleaa, of fulling with in
tern in wounu, ami avnieiH-i 10 naru uwur in
Ilia Ohio feuitentmry for tnt term of ,oju
year.
AU'ya for Edmoud Qmna.
J, S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
J
Opposite lie Emmitt House,
ShreckcnaukCg Old Stand,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
MANCFACItnEK ANP CBALEB IS
Firxo Gold Jew.olryi
Aftonls for
American and Foreign Wat chef
I'lr-ln Watrhu
i . s. w.
Jlward "
Wallbani
Hiil ugllcid l
N Y. '
Sul-i
Kngllth
(li nts' Cliaim
Ml lm '
lip.r "
Ckittlin
rVili Tluiniai Clurki,
Witeubtfrg
Iirry '
O Id grtti
liuniond '
lVnrl
Jet "
(lurnet "
Nick lace. "
Bracehj't '
i'lns slid Stuil
tuir iiiiituo
Tliiinble.
Hair Jcw.lry
ftsctacle
Mlver Wuro
1' aled Warn
Fiuo Cutlery
.Agent (at
mi & TODirS GOLD PEXi
A FULL XNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOS
BEIDAL k BIETED AT PEESENT3
(Innd made to ordoraud repmrinz done by
earolul v. oik me n. No extra charge fur en
graving uod boujjht at this eaUibllxlllucnl,
i jan l7:i ly
J. ROUZER,
Mnniif.icturcr of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES;
AND-
EXPRESS WAGONS
Of latoat, most fashionable and elcgMit styles.
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTHE, O.
I make it a point lo do nil my work of tha
best mnleriitl, and stand recoud lo none in
iiuiiluy nf flnhh or durability. I employ no
interior workmen, there tire no nppieutice
bnvs nbnut my etaliliihment, nml I enn not
(nil to plcae any person who vrnnta the bet
turnout mado in Ihe country. I rcfe' with
pride to my utiHbiniers throughout Southern
iihio na to the character of woik coming
from my fii'dory, nnd cuitmutee all my ctia
tomers pel lout natial iuliuu.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for Balo, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock.
Repairing:, Repainting, Etc,
Will receive prompt attention.
I have constantly a stock of
SECOND IiyVXsTD
Carriages, Bnggies and Expresses,
left with me for snle, repaired nnd almost at
good us new, name of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
lOjul 1873
""farms for sale.
rp HE Sum on wliirh I now reside In Jack
J son township. Pike t!o., O., near Hbnron
ville, and ennlnining nearly his hundied acres
Also my farm in l.iberiy lownsliip, Ursa Co,
II., nnd coutuiniiijj about SSI) acres. I will aelt
either or
MOTH 1'AItJlS AT A BAIIGAIX.
For (urlher information call on or write to
me directed tn Omega, Pike i'o . O, I'he
first farm is in one of the most desirable Hit
ntinns in the township1 'I'hn larm in l.iber
ty'townshiu is very convenient to the depot
at Londonderry. MASON JO.NEli.
271ubls7a
HATS.
Spring and
Summer
STYLES
F TJ L lTL 1 1ST E
0 F
FEATnER-WEIGIlT HATS !
-AT-
M1XEA R'S II AT STORE
PAINT STREET.
CHTL1LICOTHE.
24pct l72
O. F. DUFEU,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
w-lMrHJUTEK Of-
Diamonds. batches and Fancy Goods,
C111LLIC01I1E, OHIO.
"llTOin.li respectfully any to the citizens or
T Vuiton Cn. that he has enlarged hisetoi'lc
making one of the largest in the Slate. Our
business has increased every year up lo the
lreeent lime and we le "1 thankful to the pub
lic fur I'nsl favors, nnd are determined lo keep '
a large rtock ol every thing ufiml'v found in
a lirft-claps Jewelry (-lore, and will keep the
finest stock of cold and solid silver, also the
best I'laied tiooda, as low as auy house in tbs
Wei-t.
We keep all thn different brands of Ameri
can Watcher Howard, United Mtntes, Elgin.
Waltham and Bpringlield Manufactures, both
in gold and eiUer cases. Also large line of
GOLD MOWED MCflEV
Krem tn lo WOO.On, also llver from 113 to,
II.Mi. We have a veiy reliable toll Jeweled
Silver Watch from 116 to,;o.
A full hue of all goods in our line, or mad '
to order by experienced workmen. Kepuir
lug will receive prompt attention.
Pluase drop m ana see us. tronb'e la
show floods. i-tjul
AdTertlseuienu Inserts at fair Price

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