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SPECIAL NOTICES.
S. O. SWIFT,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BLANK BO OK STATIONERY
AND
"W ALL PAPER ,
DECORATIONS,
For Churches and Halls
NOTIONS. 24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
Hjul 1873
FflUIT JAR
AND
JELLY GLAfeSE.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT blltET.
CIIILLJCO THE, OHIO,
INVITE Ihe attention of merchants and fur
naoeinen lo ih large "loc k of the above r
tvleajuia received. We will sell l t le very
lowt figures to (he trade. Order solicited
nil promptly alteuded -o. 24U
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
McArtiuir, Ohio.
Particular atteution given to the treatment
Of la natural teelli.
J. F. TOWhLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants atid Furnace
lueu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
(lie must favorable. lifeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOARD of School Exnminers
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in Mo Arthur, on
(he lot and 3rd Saturdays of Altirch,
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 ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
taxes. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each Applicant.
M. It. II.Mt.vE.S Cli'u Hoard of
J.S. HtJIJN, V School Ex-
L. 0. PEUL'UE, Cl'k, j amiuers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. for the Relief nnd Cure ol the Erringnnd tin
lorlmuteou rrinuljil. e of Clirialiua
Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lira of Age, in relation to .Marriage and SoWul
Kvde, with eaniiiity aid for the HflliuleJ
jcut free, in e:ded envelopes. Address,
H iWlRU AJHCrtJt.mON, BoxP, ri.:'vul
diia, I'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0, 0. F.
. T KG H I, A R Meeting nfthis Kn-
yiSv'-- IVanipmeiit will herealler be
sjp "'d uu the serond nnd Inst
Wednrmlnjr evenings) of rack
nth. I'iitniiivlix i jtlier eiicanii'iiiciiis
who iiihv be visiting out, own nre inuifl to
Alteid. AARON WILL, CP.
J.imn T. Hint. 8.
M. 'Arthur. K.li'v 17, 1870.
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ALLENSVILIE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPKIETOBS.
AVINO Sited np our mechlueiy in first.
clu etjle, are prepared to i.o
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CABDIKG, SPI5HING 4 WIAVIKQ
on hort notice and in the meat enrnrppn
like manner We have on hand and lor aale
at our taclory, a good aupuiyof
WOOLEN GOODS,
8uchaa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
hich we will tell cheap
The Highest Market Fnce ii Cash,
Paid for Wool
i i t m n. i ii 1 1 h o(
AU. Alunmlic, T.ulou C i O.
$72.00 EACH WEEK.
tenta wanted evervwbere Bufineaa atrict
j Uiritimaie. Particular free. AddrexaJ.
WWU, 84. Louia, Mo. 3ji Hj
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offiolsl Qrgtn of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Senatorial and Judicial Delegates.
Kates.
At the meeting last Saturday
the following delegate; were
selected:
Senatorial 3 amea W. Yee-
ley, George Kaler, Dr. Clme,
Thos. L. Knaus", Jjlin T. Ra
per, I. N. LottriJe, S. D, Eg
gleston.
A Uernatet Henry Payne,
Harvey WpIIs, Levi Kobinet,
U. O. Jones, 11. VV. Ooultrap.
J. B. Randall, Harrison Camp
bell. JUDICIAL.
Delegates E. N. Barnhill,
Cyrus Cartwright, Harvey
Wells, B. F. Johnson, 11. P.
Ambrose, U. C. Jones, Robert
Aiken.
Alternates Henry Yaple,
Davis Duncan, U. C. Robbins,
Oliver Curry, Joseph Cline, J.
S. Wilherspoon, Chas. Tim ma.
On motion it was resolved
that the delegates at each con
vention cast the lull vote of
ike county.
Mr. Byers, a "root and yarb"
doctor, of Vinton township,
was arrested on Monday on
the charge of committing a
rape on the person of a little
girl eleven years old, a pauper
who was living at his house.
The evidence showed a clear
and aggravated case, and .he
was committed to jail to await
(he action of tlio Grand Jury.
No testimony was offered on
I he part of the delense, but
Byers claims thai the ca.se Whs
set up on him by an aunt ol
I he girl, and that he is not
guilty of the crime charged.
John T. Wortman, who has
been the agent of the M. & C.
K. R ut llamden since the
death ol Mr. Hemphill, has re
signed and accepted the posi
tion ot Exj reis Me&enger on
the r"orMnoutli Branch Oscar
Miesse,ol llimden, is an appli
cant lor the vacancy and has
the recommendation oi Mr.
Eundy, T. M. Bay Hnd all the
leading business men of 11 am
tier for the position. lie would
make a good agenl; for in ad
dition to being a capable busi
ness man, lie is an accomplish
ed linguist, speaking English,
German, French and Italian.
James Mi ye its' house was
broken into last Thursday
night, and about a hundred
pounds ot meat stolen. On
I he same night some person
broke into Iho millinery estab
lishment ol J. V. & C. A. Dun
kle. The money drawer wan
rummaged, but it contained no
cash, and the parlies did not
disturb the goods.
Lantz & I'eakck had their
drawer rilled of upwards ol
$120 on the day Van Amburg's
show was here. It waft proba
bly done by a gang of thieves
who are following along with
the sho, as Jackson, Portland
and Uallipolis were served the
same way on the day the exhi
bition wus in those places.
Mr. Howard, the Engineer
of the G, McA. & O. R 11 , has
been surveying and locating
the road during the pat-t week.
Rome enterprising, public spir
ited man pulled up the stakes
and rubbed out the numbers for
a distance of about 1.000 feet
near tbe junction with the M
& 0. R. R.
Owisa to a misunderstand
ing about the time of meeting,
the Grange at Alban's, Swan
township, was not instituted
last Friday as per announce
ment, but will be instituted
next Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock.
Chas Barnett baa showed
us an Early Rose potato oi
good size which grew on the
vine above the ground. Char
lie accounts for it by saying
the hill was too full to hold
any mere.
Our Judge Potter says this
is the age of demagogues.
Most people think that is what
baa brought the' Judge to the
surface.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Susan and Samuel Pickens to
Henry Teeters, quit claim to
40 acres, Harrison township,
also to in-lots No. 11, 12 and 16,
Raysville, $500.
R. S. Wilcox and Chas. Mil
ler to Christopher Graham, part
in-lot No. 5, Hamden, f 1,000.
H. D. Sidman to San ford B.
Matthews, in-lot No. 162, Mc
Arthur, $400.
Zileeki Company to John
Robb, 1 acre, Madison tp.,$100
United States to Greenwood
Reasoner, 320 acres, San tp.
T. G. W. Clark to Michael El
lis, 160 acras, Swan tp., $1,100.
Thomas Ellis et. al. to E. W.
Ellis, quit claim to 40 acres,
Swan tp., 600.
Nancy Stickleman to A. J.
Sticklrman, et. al., west half of
in-lot 32, Wilkesville,$200.
Barbara Smith to Juo. R.
Saxton, part of in lot 10,
Wilkesville,$550.
W. H.G Adncy to Wm. U.
Dudley, 100 acres, Madison tp.,
$1,200.
Large Land Sale.
We learn that Messrs. B. F.
Johnson, J. W. Rinnells and
the parties with whom they
are connected have sold the
Uope Furnace and other ad
jacent property, in all 12,000
acres, to a Welsh company.
We did not learn the price, but
Understood it waj loaa lhin
thirty dollars per acre, and the
margin above the price at
which it was optioned was
very small.
Don't lorgel the concert to
night, at the M. E. church.
Those who attend may depend
on a rare musical treat. In ad
dition the pleasure of the en
tertainment It should be re
membered that the whole
amount of the proceeds will
be npplied for the benefit of
the church, and we hope to see
them have a crowded house.
Soe programme in another col
umn.
"The next coir plaint w ill be
something elt-o," says the Mc-
Arlhur Enquirer. We hopo
'neither Bo en or any ol his
employees' will catch it
Hocking Sentinel.
11 EN It Y HoFFIllNES, Who I' 8(1
his skull Iractured by a brick,
at Chillicolhe, a rhort time
ago, is up and about again.
J. S. Hulick, agent for the
Estey organ, has a second hand
melodeon, which he will sell or
rent on favorable terms.
The old Democratic strong-
hold Fairfield county failed
to "raHfy" Allen's nomination,
although exhorted to do so by
u iusually large posters. They
have just discovered that their
Democratic Auditor and Treas
urer have stolen nearly the last
dollar in the county treasury.
Thai '8 what's the matter with
Fairfield. To use the words of
her most prominent public
man, they have concluded that
the Democratic party is no
longer "a fit instrument of re
form in American politics."
A fine specimen of lead ore
was brought to town a few
days since, for the purpose of
having it tested. A rouehT an
alysis showed it to be very
rich, and pronounced by an ex
pert to contain 90 per cent, of
pure metal. A critical tett
will be made in a short time,
which no doubt will settle the
matter whether it will pay to
open a mine where the lead
was discovered. As to the lat
ter we have not been definite
ly inlormed, but are led to be
lieve it to be within a radius
—Athens
Messenger.
Here is one of tbe gems that
sparkle in the September, '63,
speech ot William Allen.
These abolitionists Bay slave
ry is tbe cause of the war. I
say it is not. They say slavery
ought to be exterminated. I
say It ought not." Perhaps
this modern Cincmnatus Is of
this opinion still.
Dr. Bowers, Dentiut, Mc ArJ
thur, O.
We ought to have a larger
manufacturing, which is to say
a larger consuming, element.
We havo farmed overmuch,
manufactured too little. We
have not developed the superb
mineral resources of the State
to the extent we should have
done. Some pecple are just
waking up to the fact that Ohio
has four times as many square
miles of coal and a vastly
greater quantity of iron than
all the rich deposits of Wales
and England. Tuscarawas
county alone would supply the
whole Mate with coal, at quad
ruple the present rate of con
sumption, for many centuries.
And yet with all these facts
before us, and many more of
equal import that might be
cited, we have been accustom
ed to think ot Ohio and speak
ol her as though she had noth
ing but (arming land within
her borders. Now the way and
the test way to promote the
interests of Ohio farmers it, lo
reverse this condition oi things,
and that is one thing our agri
culturists, through their organ
izations, should demand and
labor for. In proportion to the
number of farms we have, we
are not supplied with enough
furnaces, lorges, mines, mills,
and manufactories. We scratch
over tbe surface too much
without going down to see
what is below it. Ohio should
be, inu3t be, not less a manu
lacturing than a farming State,
and that is what her farmers,
wilh all their might they can
should now labor to make her.
A Pennsylvania paper says:
"John B. Storm voted eight
limes for the salary grab, nnj
made it a point not to be ab
sent from the House when the
subject was brought up. Mr.
Storm is an honorable Demo
cratic member, and he is build
ing himself a fi ne house."
Mr. Bkeciier'8 salary ts pas
tor of Plymouth Church was
1.500 in 1847, and is $20,000
now. The membership tIias
increased in the spme time
from 21 to 3,300.
1 am mur h pleased withl he
Estey Cottage Organ which 1
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
is remarkable; for the church
it has a power more organ-like
than anything we have seen.
Methodist.
Experience will teach any man tha
it is advantageous to patronize tlase
wboadvertiss in newspapers-
MARRIED:
ATKINSON-REYNOLDS. At the
residence ot Isai'c lie) noltls, McAr
thur, on the 20lh, by Kuv. IMchnrd
Doiuhty, Gkobob . Atki.nson and
Ax A. Reynolds.
. The ceremony was set for Tuesday
evening, many friends had gathered
at the residence of the bride's lather,
where a feast of good things had been
prepared ; but owing to the absence
of Judge Mayo no license could be ob
tained, and the party did the next
best thing, and made merry over the
delicacies. The course of true love, it
Is said, never did run smooth, but we
believe we never heard of persons
bent on matrimony failing to accom
plish their purpose. We present our
congratulations to the happy couple.
May their married life be as smooth
an J pleasant as kindness, forbearance
and love can make It.
DIED.
In Chillicothe, O, on Friday, Au
gust 15ih. ot Consumption, Amelia
Caroline Barleon. Ajted 22 years.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sack 92.00
Corn .60
Oats 60
Wheat 1.30al.40
Beans 2.503.00
Potatoes' 1.00
Dried Apples 75
Dried Peaches 3.'0
Hav ton 15.00
Hams, country .12)
" sugar cured 14
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7 8
hires .iu
Butter 15
Lard
Chickens, live 15a.25
Hockine Salt rer bbl 3-60
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish 9.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Coffee Stiirar 15
Demarara " 12a.l5
Cuba 12W
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1. 00
Sorghum. 4050
Svrun 75a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow - .15a20
Soap, country per lb '5a6
f.tiwafl 20
Coal, per bus., 78
Wool 1
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Til FRUIT CMS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS.
Large Stock at Low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
BRASS KETTLES
POR CELA1N KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
MoueFiiriiishiiigoo(ls
at the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office. 3ijul
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE OF THE WEST!
X). n. bjIjD winsr && co.,
158 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
ft ttalei Ester 0l
Their aweetneiaa, power and variety have made them the popular orftn the world orer.
rTriT.,i O I V f aflTI A " 7 nun a tpi i
With beautiful ctur.gea. Brent variety, extra range of key hoard, allowing the ptaylnr of
Piano Music, niakee them eifjeciul favorites lor parlor uo.
DECKER BROTHERS' CELEBRATED PIANOS
MATCHLESS IN FORM. INCO WAMBLE IN WORKMANSHIP
THE FAVORITE VALLEY GEM!
The remand for these excellent medium priced Pianos is inch that
neariy eveiy xriauo is soiu oeiore arrival irom me laciory
LOW PRICES FOH CASH.
Instruments Rented so the Rent Will Pay for Them.
iEABY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Our Agent, Mr. I. 8. HULICK, will take pleaanre In ealllngupon all paitiea Intending to
mimhnaa. Thef will find wilh linn taiter iniliremeilta than elaevihere. Wo reuomend him
to Ih'i confidence ot the people ot Vinton County. Mjul
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
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I am agent tor the aale of
Smith's American,
co. Wood & Co. '9,
Spang's, and
Slvoningcr & Co.'s
O IR, GeJL IT .
am also agent for
8TEtNW4Y
alACO? & CURR'S,
F. C. LIGHT & CO.'S,
J. F. I14HRI4 & CO.'.,
AXI HRADUl'Kl'S PIANOS.
Tills Hit include all t'io different grndaa of
piano and orgxn mad, aome of them bo
mg excellen t instruments at very reasonable
prieea.
During the taeation nr longer, I will offer
thee instrumenta lower than they ran he ob
tained elsewhere. I invite my friend and the
pnhho generally to examine the alnck and
fricei ol dealers in the citj and eNewhare. a
van ntlord to and will sell cheaper than par
Ilea who are at a heavy expense in traveling
about the country with wagon, or nre paying
enormoii" renla and inauninee for palatini
atcren Not being at this expense I will give
purchasers the benefit ol that fact in making
ales.
Give me a call st my residence, and I will
guarantee aa'ixfaction in pncea, durability,
tone and Ininh of all instruments anld. All
instruments warranted in every respect for
Ave years
Minister, Chorrhca and Snndny
HchooU supplied at luwest rate.
H. It. 11ARNES,
High St., two doors west of Market,
lOjun McARTHl'R, O.
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11 as just received his
SPM& SOCK OF W A UPB
A large stock, and the richest, most elegant patterns ever brought to this mar
ket A laiger stock, and better quality than can be found elsewhere in the
county. '
PAPJEKe
Special designs for transoms and side lights, New, elegant, cheap.
Holland Paper and Canvass Window Shades,
and Curtain Fixtures.
GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,
From the celebrated seed gardens of D. M. Ferry & Co., Briggs A Fro., and
the old reliable big packages from Shaker Village.
WHITE LEAD OF BEST BRANDS.
White and Colored Paints mixed to order ready -for use.. ;
At SISSON'S DRUG STORE, Sifia of ths redvhiU and bias barrels.
HAMDEN MILLS,
COZZENS & JOHNSON,
PROPRIETOE9
IIATIDE, O.
W1 h"e pnrchased and fitted up the
v above mill, and solicit the trad ol the
farmers of this vanity.
Special attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to please all customer. Mr.
A. A. OUZZFNS, an experienced miller, haa;
charge of the mill, and will not tail lo deal
fairly and give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
6n hand anl for aale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
luIlT COZZENS JOH NSON.
S. F CRAMER,
HAMDEN. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
UnrneM, Saddles,
Urldles, II nit erg.
Whip), ."purs, Trace
Chains, Barnes, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My Itiends and the public genera! W are lavit.
ed to rail and txamine my stock and pn
pea. I make good honei-t work, use the)
bent stock, and a II at the very lowest prices,
REPAIRING-
and manufacturing don to order, and all
Work Warranted as Represented?
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
3. .'.' v.-
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marbtt)
AND
SCOTCfl CRAXITE MOXIMEATS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St.,bet'n Second & Water
Cliillicothc, Ohio.
1 aiiperintend all my own work in person.
I execute all Hie finer designs, use the berl
material, and can not be undeisold. Persons
wishing any work in my line are invited to
examine work, stack anil prices, before makt.
ins contracts.
I personally eupei Intend the Careful Betting
Up of stums and monuments bought at my
establishment.
By buying at tin shop you Will save from IS
to 20 per cent, paid to agents. 24apr73
J
11 OLLEY
8 LANE, IV.Y.
IMPORTER
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
Toolstc.
Old Watch Case and old Cold kadSllvef
bought.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
2tnprl87a
The Favorite Fine-Cut
TO E ' 'Chewers' Choice, Is now taking the
lead ol all other brands. Bright in color,
flensent in taste, tough and lasting In chew,
his tobacco nosaeaxe every Quality to suit
enewers, and sella by the 10-pound bucket
Hilly luc cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of Hie same grade and perhaps less
quality, loo buckets of this celebrated brand
1 .... i. u . n : . I. - i . . u :
nave neen wnu in iiunm-uuie biumb whiiiii
the last two months, and trnda still increas,
Ing. '-Try It" SCHvEFrERA KRAMKH
Chillicothn, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agent" and sell at lowest Factory Pncea,
2'Jmay 1873
"sheriffs sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton Coantyt
Samuel Q. Griffin, Plaintiff,
Against
A. Arganbright & Wife, Defendants,
iw yitox rot'XTT oornT ot
COMMO.N 1'LEAJ OBDEB OF SAl.fi
PURstJAST lo the command of an order ot
sale Issued from the Dourt of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, and to me directed
aa Phenfof snld Coumv, 1 will offer for eala)
in front of the Court House in the town of
McArthur.Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, ie 30th Day of August,
A. D. 1873,
at the honre of o'clock. P. it., of said day, tli
following described lands and tenements, to-wttf
lliii.tid in His County of Vinton and State of
Ohio, and bounded and described as folloma: Be'
gining at thenoilh west corner of Martha Ar
ganbriglit'ssur'ey, on the west boundary Ol see'
lion sixteen, (til.) there, north with said section
line seventeen chains to the north west corner of
said section sixteen, (16,1 thenceev-t with tne
north line or said auction, forty-eiaiit (4) poles 10
a sbike on the sertion line, thence sonth eleven
degree east eighty (SO) chains a'dnlnty (90)
links to a corner on the south side of said section,
thence eat three (3) poles nd twelve (12) links W
a slake, thence south fifty e ifht (68) chalm and
nrty (on) links to a stake, tnence westwaruiT
f.rtyix (4i) poles tothe siinlheastoornerof Ik
itarllia Araanbrlght'a survey, thsnce wilh tb
eat boundary of tk. said Martha Arganbrlgnrs
survey to the plare of begining. and eua alnina;
one hnndred and thirty ( I M) seres more or leas.
Apprelaedat Twenty-two nuniirsa ana ssToniy
flTe (2,275) dollars, and most bring two-thirds of
lb.it snm.
To be sold as the property ol A. ArganVright
Wife, to sati.fy an order or wle, Issued from tne
Court of Common Pleas la favor or Samoel O.
Oriffia. . .
TERU OF SALE. Cash in MM on flay OS
sale.
eEOROfi UALF.R,
sheriff Vlatoa County..
B. O. Loso. Att'y fot Plal tiff.
Jul j 81st, 1873. a-r
SCALES IOR SALU
FATRBANK'8
STOCK and Ore Scales as good aa aew, Wf
aale at very low prtre. Call on
novll B.O.JONES Attorn.
Trie to tbe last The shoemaker.

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