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SPECIAL NOTICES.
FANS
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,
CIIILLICOTUE, 0.
24jul 1873
FRUIT J RS
AND
JELL! GLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
'67 J1 A 1ST STItET.
CUILLICOTJIE.OIIIO,
J "iVlTE ho attention or m erohanl and flir
tAnaoeinao lo dm Uryx mock of (lie above ar
itcleajun received. We will iwll at I very
. lowest flurea (o Uie'Amda. Order solicited
and promptly attended a. i4tUl
N.J. BOWERS,
KESIUEIV'T DEN 1 1ST,
IflcArthiir, Ohio.
' Particular attention given to .hs treatment
f the natural ceeili.
J. F. TO WELL, PortsmourV, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
tueu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
he most favorable. 1 y ept ly
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOAKD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will moot ut the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
the 1st nnd 3rd Saturdays of Rlureli,
April, May, September, October mid
November; nnd the 1st Saturday in
Jununry, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each yeur. Ex
aminations to commence tit tun o'clock,
A. M. ritisfuctory evidonco of good
mural chaructor will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Ly law from each npplicunt.
M. It. HAIt.vESCh'ii I Hoard nf
J. S. IHJ11X, V School Ex
L. 0. FiiUL'UE, tTk, nminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. For the Relief nnd Cin e ot (lie Erring nnd tin
ioriiiuatooii I'riuciples of Christum
Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth, anil the fol
lies of Age, in relation lo Marriage ami Soi-itil
EvIIh, with aamtaiy aid for the nliliclej
Stilt free, In scale I envelopes. Address,
HOW Alt D ASSOCIATION, Box P, ri.:'autl
phia, Pa.
M' ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1, 0. 0. F,
ivWti'M. T E''l"'AH Mpetint'B ofthia En
Awcaiiipmeiit will liereallcr I
S4rSv4,i h,-bl on the arcond nml Imtt
'SfrtfiW Wednesday evening 1" cueli
month. Patriarch oi 9ther encampment
who may be visiting om .own nre invited to
attend. AAHU.N WILL, C. P.
Jon T. Rapra, 8.
'McArthur, r'ch'y 17, 1870.
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ALIENS VILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
jPKOPBIETOES.
A VINO fitted up our machinery in first-
class style, we are prepared to do
OAEDIKG.SPIlffllNG & WEAVING
.on ahort notice and in the moat wornrpan
like manner We have on hand and lor sale
t our factory, a good aupuiyof
WOOLLi GOODS,
SucL ai
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool,
lie i n h. i n ii r-1 o,
imn AHi i.Milie, V.uiou C ,0.
$72.00 EACH VEIK.
genta wanted ererywhere BuMnens atrlct
, 1 UKUimate. Particulan free. AddrenaJ.
WUKia, bt. Louis, Mo. 3jUly
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Orgin of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Til k k k h to be a piu-uio at
Ash Cave next Saturday.
A telegraph office has been
established at Vinton Statiou.
Aaron Lantz is disabled by
a catarrh on his left hand.
Patrick O'Keefe's infant eon
died last Saturday, after a short
illness from derangement ol
the Btomach.
J. S. IIulick, agent for the
Esley organ, has a second hand
melodeon, which he will sell or
rent on favorable terms.
Ukorob Bahnett, an old citi
zen of Swan Tp., agad about
eighty years, died of dropsy
last Friday.
Tue communication of II,
which treats ot matters of a
private nature of no possible
or constructive interest to the
public, is respectfully declined
TiiEitii was a man here from
Logan this week who positive
ly refused to drink lemonade,
beer, ale, wine or whisky. Such
a thing was never before hoard
of in this section.
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A list of letters remaining in
the i'ost Office at Dundas, Au
gust 1, 1873 :
Mrs. Ann Johnson, James
Lsvering, F. Lofier.
S. ISA&IINGEIl, l M.
J. J. SiiocKY is making prep
nrations to remodel his busi
ness house on Market street,
making a twenty foot addition
ihsre'o and nddmg another
story to the whole building
A troth acted meeting com
meuced at Bethel Christian
Church, last Sundiiy, under the
leadership of Elder Ewing.
Six persons have joined the
church.
The Ohio University open
Sept. 2, as appears by notice in
another column. Those who
propose at tending will be glad
lo learn that the college build
ings are now undergoing gen
eral repairs.
The proprietors of the Mc
Arthur 6leam mill wish us to
say that, they nre paying es
pecial attention lo custom
work, and, us heretofore, are
only charging regular water
mill rates.
Aguippa Wells, of Wilkes
ville, lather of our representa
tive in the Constitutional Con
vention, whose leg was broken
some two or three weeks since,
is not recovv'ing from his in
juries as vas anticipated, and
we are informed that (ears are
entertained that umputalion
will be necessary.
At a meeting of the Board of
Education held last Monday
evening the following teachers
were selected for the McArthur
Schools :
M. R. Barnes, Principal; Miss
J. E. Tucker, Grammar; Miss
Emma McVay, Intermediate;
Kate Li9ton,3 1 Primary; Uelen
Holland, 21 Primary; Lanuie
lliwk, 1st Primary.
A man named Wood had his
hand cut badly by running it
through the glas9 in the door
of a car, at Iiaysville, last
week, and it was feared that he
would bleed to death. lie was
taken to Ilamden and Dr
Scearce and the man's family
wree telegraphed lor, atChilli
cothe. Tliis was on Saturday
last, and we have heard noth
ing farther since that date.
A German who tries to bide
his identity under the name of
John Smith was arrested near
Vinton Station, last Friday, on
the charge of grand larceny,
the specific charge being the
stealing of $15 in tnonev and
a suit ot clothes from the
boarding bouse ot John E'iI,
where he whs boarding, at Zi
leeki. Lie was arraigned be
fore E?q. Holland, plead guilty,
and sent to jail to await the
next term of Court. The
clothing aud most ot the raon
ey were recovered.
That Great Mass Convention.
The greatest fizzle in the
shape of a convention ever
held in McArthur took place
last Saturday in the Court
Uouse. A quarter of columu
call for a Mass Convention had
appeared iu the Enquirer for a
month previous exhorting the
Liberal Republicans and Deni
ocrals to rally in masses and
select delegates to the Slate
Convention of office seekers
which met at Columbus yes
terday. The day and the hour
came, as did some half a dozen
of the managers, but the mass
es did not put in an appear
ance. They refused to organ
ize because there were more
Republicans than Democrats
in the room, and something
might happen if they were so
indiscreet as to vote. After
something over an hour's sor
rowlul joking over the corpse
of dead hopes, some person
made a motion to adjourn,
which was seconded by every
person breaking tor the door,
the Republicans laughing and
the Democrats swearing. Bow-
en, Be'iford and Claypoole re
lused to adjourn, and were
locked in, when they proceed
ed to 6elect themselves as del
egales, as far as they would
reach, when they kindly ad
milted their friends to Jill the
vacancies, carelully taking in
the whole"Liberal Republican':
element of the county, to tho
exclusion of boats of the faith-
lul, as will be seen by refer
ence to (ho list given below.
Delegates to the State Conven
tion AV. W. Bellord, M. R
Potter, O. T. Gunning, J. W.
Bo wen
Alternates Frederick Cra
dlebuigh, A. J. Swaim, U. S.
Claypoolo, A. J. Smart.
Delegates to Senatorial and
Judicial Convention. U. S.
Claypoole, J. M. McGillivray,
0. T. Gunning, Win. Biugh
man, J. W. Bowen, T. A. Mur
ray.
There r-asjust one Demo
crat from the country who felt
interest enough in Ihe Court
Uoii3e ring to be present
Frederick Cradlebaugh and
Irom the way he looked he was
disgusted and wished he had
stayed ot home. The whole
Liberal Republican parly was
on hand early; that is to say
Judge Potter was in town, (N
B. lie didn't pay us that five
dollars.) and got on the list ol
delegates. Win. Buughman
was placed on the list df dele
gates, lor what reason we don't
know, for we understand Wru.
takes hi 3 on the 30 Lh of July
platform, that the Djuiocratic
party is a spoiled, useless po
litical machine which ought to
die as decently us it can and
be buried
We understand Ihe Modoc
bund indulged in several sere
nades lately, receiving as a re
ward irom a number of our
good housewives a supply of
peanuts, cakes, etc, for their
musical eflorts Encouraged by
their success they made an un
lucky .visit to a family or. High
street, arriving just when the
lady had succeeded in getting
Baby to sleep a, ter a. protracted
effort in that direction. The
band opened out on the pave
ment, and the baby opened out
in the house. That good wile
and mother calmly but reso
lutely laid that baby down,
and summoning her domestic
assistant, armed with broom
stick and rolling pin, thoy made
a vigorous charge. The Mo
docs hesitated a moment, ob
served the determined air ol
their assailants and the uplift
ed broomstick and rolling pin,
aud took to their heels. The
bass drum went around the cor
ner on the double quick, the
tuba executed a sharp move
ment to the rear, rolled over in
the gutter, and steamboat
Frank crawled up in it and hid,
while tenor, alio and atleud
ants ruhtd off with the baud
wagon to ihe lava beds, where
it was unanimously resolved
they would serenade no more
womeu with babies, lor at best
ibey had no romance about
them, and no appreciation of
fine music.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Vinton Matthews to tValter
Redd, in lot No. 257, in Ilewitt
& Sages addition, McArthur,
$375.
Uenry Shield to U. S. Clay
poole, 80 acres, Richland town
ship, S800.
U. S. Claypoole to Richland
Furnace Co., same, $S00.
Elizabeth Murry to Caroline
A. Miller, i acre, Clinton town
ship, $350.
R. S. Wilcox to Charles Mil-
ler, undivided 1 of ia-lot No. 5,
Liamden, $425.
Stephen Salts to John Salts,
5.77 acres, Clinton township,
$287.
At the last examination of
.teachers the following named
peasons received certificates as
follow:
For 18 month-Q. W. Hud
son.
ForVi months Hughes,
Annie McKinnis, and C. L.
White.
For C months -John HofJ-
hines, Rebecca McLaughlin,
Sailie E. Hardin, Joseph 0. Mc
Gillivray, Ella Watkins, Editha
Martindill, and Anna Linn.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
The following is a list ot let
ters remaining in the post of
fice at McArthur, 0., Aug. 1st:
Thomas Barkes, I. N. Brown
Catharine liull, II. F. Drake,
J ohu Duncan, Sarah Cunning
bam, F. R. Cooper, J. b Hard,
Violla Lal'ellete, Patrick 0'
Donnell, Edward Quiun, S. S.
Ruggles, Eliza Sallois, Jennie
Simpson, Sarah Smith, Susan
Tyslor, Charles Tyslor, G. W.
Tucker, James While.
JNO. N. McLaugulin, P. M.
Tub following is a lit of let
ters remaining in the postofDce
at Zileski, O., Aug 1st:
Lewis Devaul, Louisa Cram
mer, Mary Curne, James Casey,
Mary Cooper, J ane Bruse, Sam
uel Sullisbury, M. E. Andrews,
Houston Hall, Owpn Harrison,
Linie Jones, llenry C. Dalt,
Geo. W. Dalton, Nancy Sutron,
James Nevin, llenry Ritsell,
Alfred Newman,'Almira liillle,
Lou Snodgrass, Rosa Scott,
William Liiihtfoot, Margaret
J. G. WILL. P. M.
If any proof was necessary
that the Democratic parly is
dead, the fact that tho prospect
at the time of going to press is
that they are about to resur
rect Ex Senator Win. Alien, of
Ross couuty, and run him for
Governor, would besufficient.
The following from the Ports
mouth Times la said to point
to our Ben. C. Gibbons:
' Young men who drive out
several miles in the country to
see their girls, should not close
llieir eyes on the return trip
and run over slumbering cow?.
It is dangerous. One of our
handsomo salesmen tried it
last Monday evening, "but the
bovine arose 'With indignation
and smashed things. The
young man arrived in town, so
we are told, about four o'clock
in the morning, with a swingle
tree thrown over his shoulder,
for protection against cows,
and leading a frightened horse.
Cap. says B. did not C. the ani
mal, or he would have G'd."
I am much pleased with the
Estey Cottage Organ' which I
purchased; it combines sweet
ness and power in an unusual
degree, and is a favorite in our
family circle. Bishop Simpson
For the parlor its sweetness
ia remarkable; for the church
it has a power more organ-like
than anything we have seen.
Methodist
BIRTHS.
In McVrthur. on the 1st lust, to
Mr ami Mrs. Jee Ulloin. a daughter.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
lliitson T. JdcGee aud Eliza M.
Douglab.
O.-bopi Stralil and Mary Sherrod.
Cornelius Earnhart and LousaTaU
uian.
VfN'ED.w;on8"men",
Business that will Pav.
from HUiH wr day, cau be punuixi in )Qnr
on unjihtH.rbood; u la a raro tham-e 1st
(Rointuai ol en.utoyment or having Iviaura
lime, sirU and boya irrqueutljr do aa well a
men. Varkeulara frea.
J. LATHAM A CO.,
3jul6w 292 Washington at., Boston, Maaa.
Til HUT MS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS.
Large Stock
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the
BRASS KETTLES
PORCELAIN KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line' of Hardware and
Mouse FiirnishiBig oods
at the lowest figures at IIUHN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office. 31jul
THE POPULAR MUSIClOUSE OF THE WEST!
ID- ZEE- SLIDWIIST & CO.,
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ft MM Estey Bps !
Their weetne(s, power and variety have made them the popular org-nn Ihe world over.
lhvj oia utjiiiiju unuAia j
With beautiful ch.ir.gea, jrent variety, extra range of key Imard, nllnwinR the playlnir of
Piano Music, nnikea llit tn especial favorites lur pallor ue.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN FOIIIM. INCOMPAllIllLE IN WUMMilXSMP
THE FAVORITE
The Demand for these excellent
seany every riano is soia oeiore arrival irom ine factory.
LOW PRICES FOU CASH.
Instruments Rented no I lie Rent Will Fay for Them.
3TEASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS ?
Our Agent, Mr. T. R. HULTCK, will take
puivhaoe. 'I'hev will H nd with hi in lieiter inducement thnn elehere. Wo recomend him
to thx eonhdenee ol the people ol Vintnn County. lfljnl
PIANOS
fe3
. am agent for the Bale of
Smith's American,
. co. Wood &, Co.'s,
Spank's, nnd
$honiiig:cr fc Co.'s
ORGA
Am also agent for
li ICO v & otnn's.
F. C. LIGHT ACO.'S,
J. F. II 4 II R It & .'.,
AlV'DURAUBVKV'sri.liVOS.
Thia liat includes nil the different gr tdex nf
iiano? and org:in made, aomo of them be
ing excellent instruments nt very reasonable
prieea.
During the ynsatinn or lunger, t will ofl'r
thei-e inalrumenta lower lima they ran bocb
tained elew-here. I invite my friend and the
public generally to axnmine the Klnek and
rrteea nl'denlerain the citj nnd elsewhere, aa
can atlord tnnnd will aell cheaper Ihun par
liea who are at a heavy expense in traveling
ahonl the country wiih wu,tons,ornre pnying
mormons rents and insurance for pnlaiiid
atnren Not leing at thia expense I will give
piiTrhaxera the benelit ol that fuct in making
sale.
Give me a call at my residence, nnd 1 will
Riinrantee satisfaction in prieea, dtirnbility,
tone and Iniah of all mtruinenta Hold. All
instruments warrauled in every respect for
live years
Ministers, Clinrchea . nml Sunday
'School supplit'd at lovvext rate.
ill. R. BAKKGS,
Hih St., two doors vreat of Mnr'tet,
lOjun McARTHllR, O.
Ph
Jnst'ffieeeiYed
lias just received bis
nnnniTn nmnmr nn ttt i t t tii ..nn
A laen-e atiieb. llntt tha ri(hn4t. most, eltfirnnt nattnenj bva? heninrht
ket A laiger stock, and Letter quality than can be found elsewhere the
coucty.
TKA NM - FAPEM.
Special designs for transoms and side lights, Nwr, elegant, clietp.
HoUand Paper and Canvasis Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated aced garden of D M. Ferry & Co., Bniggs & I?ro. and
the old reliatile big packages froia Shaker Yillaga. '
WHITE LEAD OF
White and Colored Paints
At SISSQJS'S DRUG KTO;-' .!-
at Low Figures,
brick dust quality.
VALLEY GEM!
medium priced Pianos it such, that
plenture in railing upon nil pnitiea Intending to
AND ORGANS.
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BEST BRANDS."
mixed to order ready for una
nf tf. t-1 -:u, ead blue, barrak.
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FIRE ENGINE FOR SALE.
f HK RELIANCE FIRE C OMPANY r
J t'tillllrotbe ofler itrrale their vuymaii
good itorkiiig order, together with, a, boa,,
rarnaga and atvrl hundred fert n( boa.
ror particular eall on or addrera the Mwidj.
I H. NUGENT,
Chillicothe, p.
Legal Notice.
auTICB iahtrehy given thai an application
il will be made lo the (Governor of uhto lor
t.;e Dardon of dmnn,l (Jmnn mnii.ki.1 ,
the May term, A. U. la; of ihe Vinton wun
ly Court of Common Pleat, qf cutting with. in-,
tent to wound, and aenlenced to hard labor na,
Ihe Ohio I'eoilentiary for tho term of on
year.
U. 0. JOKES E N. BARNH1M,.
Atl'yafor Edmoud tiumn.
J, S, MpCOlYLMQN,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH,
Oppobito the Eramitt Houso,
Snrcckcnga.u.l't Old Stand.
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
MANUFACTURES AND DEALER J I
.Fino Gold J owelty
Amenta for
American and Foreign Watchea,
Klln Waidita
ii. a. w.
Howard "
Wallham "
rspijnglk-ld "
N V. '
Bwi.i
Kngliih
Uviitt' Chaina
Killnun "
Oja-ra "
(itiltlin
Keili Hiotnaa Clock),
W i leu berg
Ttrry
0.14 Setta
IMafKoud '
l'earl
Jet '
Oitniet
Necklacra
ll'HO-ld'l
1'ilL and Study
'u(T Iliitloua
ThiniMea
Hair Jewelry
8iectwf lti
Hilver Ware
P'ated Ware
Viuu Culler jf
Agents for
ilABlE & TODD'S GOLD XU
A Fl'LL LrNE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BEIDAL & BIRTHDAY PEESEHTS
(Jnrxl made to order aa l renairini done br
eawtul workmen. No eln eharite lor en.
graving vomln bought at this establishment.
a jaa ly
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Of latest, most fashionable and elcg;.nt styles.
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
I mnke it a point to io all my work of tho
best mnteri ii, nnd slnnd second to none ia
iiiality of finish or durability. I employ n
interior workmen, there are no appieuliea
Ihivs nboiit my ortnlilishment. nnd I can not
lull to please any person who wants the beat
turnout mailo in the cnnniry. I refer with
pride to my oiistnmers throughout Houthern
tihio as to the character of wiotk coming
from my facto rr, ind guarantee all my cus
tomors perleut satisluition.
All kinds of Turnouts finished anl
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine mj Stoclc.
Repairing, Repainting, Etc
Will receive prompt attention.
1 hare constantly a stock or
SE CO ISTX3 HAND
Carriages, Buggies anfl Expresses.
It ft with me for sale, repaired and almost a
,gnod as new, some of (hem
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
lOjllI 1873
FA 1M1S FOK SALE.
Hi HE fnjm on which I nowrvside lh Jack
J son township, I'ike Co,, O , nnnr Slinrnn.
villo. and conlainiiigtieariy'stx hundred acrea
Also in.v mrin in Liberty township, Rosa Co ,
(., and continuing about SMI acres. IwiUoell '
either or
BOTH 1AK5IS AT A BA11UAHX.
For lurlhcr Inlnraintinn onll on or wrritf In
me directed to Omega, Pike 'o., O, The
first fnrm is in one of the most desirable iln
ntinnainlhu township- The Tarm tn l.iher
tyitownshiii i very convenient to the rie)yyt
al Londonderry. MASON JONJE4
27lel)l7:l
HAT S .
Spring and
Summer
STYLES
FULL LINE
-0 F-
FEATHER-WEIGHT HATS !
AT
IILKA R'S JI AT ST OS E
PAINT STREET,
CHILLICOTHE.
;,C; F. DUFEU,
WATCHMAKER,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
-IMPORTKUOF
Diamonds, WatclieB andPaKy Goods
ClllLLlCOlllL, OHIO.
YVr',HI,li respectfully say to -the cilixens of
II Vinton Co. I Intl he his eirbirfjed his stock,
making one of the largest in UwKiate. Our
business has increased every vear up to the
iresent lime and we led thaukl'ul lo the pith
he for tiasl favors, and are determined to keep
a lsrge lock ol every thing usuaPy found in.
hrst-cla--s Jewelry btore, and will keep the
finest slock of gold and solid -ailver, Mio llie
best Plated Uooda, as low an any house in the
West
We keep all lha differenttarands of Amert
can Watches Howard. United Htstea, tljiin
Walthain and Hiringtield elaDuOictiires, both
gold and silver case. JUso a large liueoC
GOLD niPOMED WATCHES,
Krom lh In f3 00.00, alse wtlver from to.
IIMU We have a vrijr reliable lull Jeweled
Silver Watch from IIS to 120.
A full lias of all goods iu our line, or made
order by experienced workmen. Repairs,
ins will receive prompt attention .
IMeax drop tn and see us. Ho trouble lo
huw Oods. Mjul
Advertisement InMrted at fair rrl'H.

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