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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WHOLESALE.
PALL OP 1873.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
STAPLE NOTIONS,
AT LOW RATES AND LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
sept 1871
FRUIT JARS
AND
JELLY GLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STItET.
CIIILLICOTHE,OIIIO,
ItVITE Iho attention of merchant and tat
uaoeinen to the. large lX'k of the above r
tele just received. We will mil at t is very
lows at figures to the trade. Order, solicited
and promptly attended -o. XtUl
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
McArtiiur, Ohio.
Particular atteutioo given to the treatment
of the natural leeili.
3. P. TOYVLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to tbe Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notion, on terms
the most favorable. 1'Jeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd aturduys of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and tbo let 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 be required in all
cases. A feo of SO cents is required
by law (rum each applicant.
M. K. MAUDES t'li'o Hoard of
J. a. II UUX, School Ex-
L. 0. f EUL'UE, Cl'k, 1 airliners.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. for Ibe Rcliof and Cure ol the Erring and (Ju
ror! uuate on Pri iiciplxe of Christian
Philituthropy.
Eaaays on the Error of Youth, and the foN
Ilea of Age, iu relation lo Marriage add Social
Evils, with sanitaiy aid for the afflicted
lent free, in aesleJ envelope. Address,
IIJWAKU ASSOCIATION, Box P, PI.:'mI
f lua, I'a.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO, 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
T KC.ll I, AH Meeting nfthla En-jSjhv-
lAicampment will hereafter be
hid on the second and lust
Wednesday cveulnga of euch
uioutb. Patriarch in other eni'umpnivuta
who may be visiting out na are invited to
atteud. AAltO.N WILL,, C. P.
Jons T. Rree, S.
McArthur, rYh'y 17, 1870.
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ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
BILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIETORS.
TTAVINO lifted up our machine ry in first
J lcloa style, we.are prepared to do
CAEDING, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most woraman
like manner We have on hand and lor sale
at our factory, a good supuly of
WOOLEN OOODS,
Bueh aa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &o,
which we will aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
5 Paid for Wool
I in v-y to.
illtBMille, TiutonCO.
SCALES FOR SALE
FATRBANK'S
STOCK and Ore Scale as good aa new, Tor
tale at - very low price. Call on
porll fl. C.J0fid Attorney,
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Member of Congress from
the.lGth District, and one
of the very best speakers in
the State, will address the
Republicans of Vinton
county at the Court House
ON FRIDAY, SEPTEM'R 28
Everybody, is invited.
I. L Daiii,
Meeting of the Republican Executive
and Central Committees.
There will be a meeting ot
the Republican Central and
Executive committee at tbe
Record office, on Saturday af
ternoon Sept. 20 ih, for the pur
pose of filliug the vacancy on
the ticket occasioned by the
resignation of Ernest Fisher as
candidate for Commissioner.
by order of (he Ex. Com.
JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y.
JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y. Railroad---Good News.
had a letter yesterday
from Pres't Langley from wh eh
we learn that notwithstanding
the very limited time he had
in the Etut he effected ar
rangements which Hill un
doubtedly secure the building
of the road. Work will com
mence here the middle of next
week if the right of way can be
secured. It has not yet been
determined whether tho road
will come by Vinton or McAr
thur Stations, and llib question
will probably be deiermined
by the inducements held out
by the competing routes.
District Court.
In the District Court las-t
week the following cases in er
ror were tried and remanded
to the Common Fleas Court.
Matilda S. Hill v. Pearly Dun
kle, M. & O. R R. Co. vs Amos
D. Reed, Sbry.A. Defigh v.
John W. S.iin. The case ol II.
B Liudley agiinst L. E Mans
field and Wiu. F. Mason on ap
peal was revered and contin
ued for hearing in tbe District
Court.
Sunday Scuools and Sunday
School workers have long
needed a small music book
with enough of excellent music
to last a year, and at little cost
We ere glad to see that D. II.
Baldwin & Co, Cincinnati,
have just published the very
thing so long wanted. It is
called "Gems of Praise" and
his 34 pages, music good and
mostly new. Price 5 cents, or
6 cents post-paid, or $5.00 per
hundred.
George Lantz has been nora
mated by the Democracy of
this district lor State ibe nit or.
George is putting on consider
able style over his nomination,
has brubed ap, got Charley
Taylor to curl his hair, shave
him, put on a clean shirt and
bought a new goose-quill tooth
pick. The only thing that
troubles him now is whether he
shall run his campaign on dog-
kniv38 or peanu's.
We have received quite a
number of specimens of ore
Irom persons owning veins in
his vicinity. We hope every
person owning a coal or ore
vein will bring as in specimens,
with a description and extent
of vein. Our object is to ex-
hibit them to persons who
come here seeking investments
in mineral lands. Let every
person having coal or ore bring
in specimens.
Tbe Yearly Meeting of the
Christian Church commences
to-day, and continues till Mon
day, at Four Mile, near Irwin
Station, Jackson connty. A
number are going from here
and a good meeting is antici
pated.
The twenty first annual fair
of the Hocking County Agri
cultural Society comes off at
Logan, Oct 9lh,10lh and 11th.
We are indebted to Mr S. H
Bright, Secretary,for an invita
tion to be present.
Feelers for Extras.
The iugiemen for the ring
are commencing to throw out
teelers lor extra compensation
on the Infirmary building. It
is common talk among them
that Mr. Gilman took the con
tract too low; that with a fa
vorable season be would have
lost money; that the season
has been very unfavorable;
that many of his bricks were
spoiled by the weather; that it
has been hard teaming. It
needs no philosopher to tell
what all this stuff means. It
means that the contractor or
the various sub-contractors are
fixing the screws and temper
ing public opinion for increas
ed compensation. They are
not satisfied with hiving the
contract let to the highest bid
der, they want more. Let the
people be warned in time, and
see who they vote for to till
the county offices. It is your
money your taxes they are
after.
Hon. L Danford, Member or
Congress from the 16ih district,
whospeaks at the Court House,
McArlhur, on the 26th Inst.,
is one of the best speakers in
the State. Added to this he is
a man ot principle and courage.
He extended his labors during
the first Lincoln campaign to
the State of Virginia. At
Miundville, the Sluveocra's
threatened to mob him.but he
kept his appointment, prefac
ing hit rem irks with the state
ment that he had been made
acquainted with their threats
that he did not come there to
bully or abuse anybody, and ho
would not be abused nor in
suited himself; that he was en
titled to freedom of speech and
he wag going to have it. The
Siaveocrats evidently thought
lie moiint what hp 3atd, for they
allowed him to proceed with
out interruption, notwithstand
ing their boast and braggart.
The McArthur Enquirer says
the farmers of this county are
taxed to death." We shou'd
not be surprised if thai wasn't
the nearest lilt to the truth the
Enquirer has made. But five
Bixths of all our taxes are for
local purposes, and only one
6ixth lor State purposes, and a
portion of that collected by
the State is returned to us for
school purpoces, another por
lion goes to reduce tho debt
bequeathed to us by the De
mocracy when they were in
power, twenty years ago. The
five-sixth for local purposes
goes for palatial poor houses,
bridges over dry runs, and to
feed the Enquirer's ring of
treasury leeches generally.
And even with getting more
than five-sixths of the whole
there is not enough money in
the county treasury to cash
an order, and we are running
deeper and deeper in debt.
Ttx-payers, see to it that you
vote against this ring of tax
eaters.
The ring are evidently un
easy at the nomina'ion of Mr.
Keck lor Auditor, and are com
mencing to manufacturing lies
this early in the campaign
Tbe first one thrown out ns a
venture is that Mr. Keck was
lately and is now probably a.
Democrat. It has no founda
tion, but even if it had we no
tice very plainly that he is that
cla6s of man that will not be
under obligations to the ring
or will be conirolled by them
it elected. That would be sut
ficient recommendation with
the people as against the ring's
favorite.
An attempt is being made
to injure T. M. Bay's chances
ol re-election, in Elk township,
by reason of his vote against
tbe Boesel law, which allowed
cities, counties and townships
to tax themselves for the pur
pose of building railroads. As
the Supreme Court decided the
bill unconstitutional on the
first case brought before it, we
think the argument is de
cidedly with Mr. Bay, that a
defense of his position is un
necessary. '
We owe an apology to the
Nasby church. We stated last
week that Harrison Lyle, Dem
ocratic candidate for Repre
sentative, was a preacher cf
that denomination. We have
since been reliably informed
that he was lately turned out
of that church on charges of
drunkenness, preferred by a
good Democratic brother, a
Mr. Ogan, who Is his neighbor.
If Viuton county wishes to
make herself the laughing
stock of the whole State of
Ohio, she could not dj so more
effectually than by electing
Harrison Lyle as her Repre
semative. Where he is best
known lie will carry the small
est proportion of the vote of
his own party.
Declines.
Ernest Fisher declines ' the
nomination for Commissioner
for the reason that between his
mill and his business in Zales
ki hia time is so occupied that
he co ild not attend to the du
ties of the office il elected, and
he does not wish to be a can
didate for an office, knowing
that he hasn't the time to at
tend to its duties properly; We
regret Mr. Fisher's withdrawal
as he would have made an ex
cellent Commissioner if he
could have been prevailed on
to serve. There will be a meet
ing ofthe Executive and Cen.
tral Comniit ues at the Record
Office, nix1, Saturday to fill the
vacancy.
Cane Presentation.
Col.R. E Phillip, President,
of the Mechanics Homestead
and Building Association, was
severely "caned'' by the mem
bers of that Association on
Tuesday evening, Sept. 2J.
The ceremony took place at
the Bank of Middleporl. The
cane was a beautilul ebony
stick with solid gold head of
elegant design, bearing the in
scription: '.'Presented Sept. 1st,
1873, to Col. R. E. Phillips, by
his friends of the Mechanics
Homestead and Building As-4
—Meigs Co. News
The second annual meeting
of the Ross County Horse Fair
will bj held at Chillicothe,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
October 9ih, 10th and 11th
A very fine show of horses is
promised, including some ot
the finest running, trotting and
pacing horses of the country.
The premiums range from $50
to $1,000. a purse large enough
to secure a fine shdw of stock.
Trains will carry passengers at
half fare. For further infor
mation address A. Renick, Jr.,
Secretary, Chillicothe.
Sam Gary will no doubt tell
the people of Zaleski that he
sympaihisee deeply with the la
boring men. ''Laboring men'
is Samuel's principal stock in
trade. He will claim to be a
laboring man himself, but he
never earned a meals victuals
in his life by labor. Sam. was
"born with a tilver spoon in his
mouth," and has chewed up his
own and several others since
he was a boy.
The most thorough statute
for the suppression ot lotteries
and gambling in the country is
hit presented to the Ohio Leg
islature and through it by tbe
Republican candidate for At
torney General and known by
his name. Uis Democratic op
ponent was also in the Legi?
lalure last winter, but distin
guished himself by heading
the opposition to this just and
proper measure. Tbe contrast
is too marked for intelligent
voters to overlook.
The "Fore-Pay."
Hon. L. B. Gunckle, of the
4th District, and Hon. H. S.
Bundy, ot tbe 12th, both Re
publicans declare that they
will not receive the, increased
py for Congressmen, and
will vote for the repeal of tbe
law.
Will Thurman do the same,
or any oiber Ohio Democratic
—Times.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur, Sept. 12, to Mr. aud
Mrs. George W. Ilolland, a son.
In Mc Vrthur, Sept. luth. to Mr. and
Sirs. A. J. Swalm, a daughter.
FAEM FOR SALE.
WITHIN S mile of the M.tCR.
K The Tana eontaine DO aerca
lorly aerea cleared. Kair ImproTe
nieota. A uood eoal bank onrnand
workiDjr. 4Jt feet beat coal. Fur aale cheap,
laept H.O.JON Ed.
LIME! LIME!
JAM prepared to Airman Ihe beet quality of
frenh lime from my kiln, 1 mile north of
McArthur, at one dollar per banc I at the kilo,
buyera furniahioc thairowa barrel.
4rpt4w WM. MATTHEWS.
Notice or Appointment.
Estate of Georgt Barnitt, dtttattd.
THE undersigned haa been appointed and
ipialilted aa executor of the estate of
George Darnell, late of Vinton county, de
seased. Dated this 4th day ol Scntcr.ibcr, A D. 1871.
Sw EZEKlEt. RATCLlFf.
Worth and Beauty,
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
AND THK CHROMO
I
Having control ofthe magnificent oil chroa
mo, Yo Semite, we are able to otter a comhin
alinr. of literary and amntia work of genuine
Kt.iiii, .un it prices unpreceneuiea.
This Hoe copy of a piece of Nature's grand
eat work, is not presented in the ueual lim
Ited style, ita dimensions, 14x20, making a
picture of very deairalile ite in itself.
AN ORNA.TJE.Vr TO T1IE ROOSC
graced by it presence.
nui a tew copies or this beautiful Ihromo
will be allowed 10 go to the retail atorea, and
those will be sold at their
Actnal HetaU Price, S.OO,
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
asine, both will be furo'ahed for
ei.50.
As a premium the picture may be obtained
y aending ua two aiibjeriptiona for the M "fi
ne at one dollar each, or by Hubacrbing fo
le Mnungine two lcara in advance, at nna
dollar prr annum. Ad'trcsn,
HUUl '8 aUUOc.HOLI MAGAZINE,
Newbuub.N Y.
8. E.SHtTES, Publmher. 4ept
HAMDEN MILLS.
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
HAMbEIV, O.
WE have purchased and fitted up the
above mill and oltcit thA trade nl iha
larmers ot thin vanity.
Special attention given to
CUSTOM WORE,
And Cure given to nlcase all cuatomers. Mr.
A. A V.I on nsrian..rl m,IL, k..
charge ol the mill, and will not lull to deal
lainy and give general aatitmction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand anl for aale at
LOWEST 31AKKET PRICES.
TiillT COZZENS A JOHNSON.
S. F CRAMER,
PI AM DEN" O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles,
Urldien, Halters,
Whips, Spurs, Trace
Chains. Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My friends and the piiolio generally are invit
ed to call and examine my stock and pu
ces. I make good honei-t work, use the
best stock, and sell at Ihe very lowest prices.
REPAIRING
and mnnutflcturing done to order, and all
Work Warranted as Represented,
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
AND
SCOTCH GIUME HORTOTS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second & Watei
Chillicothe, Ohio.
I superintend all my own work In person.
I execute all the finer designn, use the bent
material, end can not be umleisold. Persons
wishing any work in my line are invited to
examine worn, etncK and prices, before male
ing cnntracls.
1 personally en pet Intend the careful setting
up 01 aion s anu monuments nought at mj
ertal lishinent.
Hv buying at this shop you will save from IS
w vi per ceni, paia 10 eg. nw. mapn
UTILE
8 MAIDEN L4NE, A.Y.
IMPORTER
ANDDKALERIN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolSjEtc.
Old Watch Cases Bad aid Gold andftUrer
baagbt.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
aprl873
The Favorite Fine-Cut
TH "Chewera' Choice, la now taking the
lead of all other Hranda. Bright in color,
?leaeant in taste, tough and lasting in chew,
hia tobacco posses.es every quslily to suit
chewers, and sells by the 10 pound bucket
fully too cheaper per pnu nd, than any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps less
quality. 100 buckets of thia celebrated brand
have been sold In Chillicothe alone within
the last two months, and trada still increas.
Ing. -Try If 8CHFER KRAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturer'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Pnoa.
ttmsy 1873
SEMITE
iltilSl
TMllMTll
HALF FARE ON ALL TRAINS.
03ST THE
M. & C. KAILHOA
The Fourth CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPO
S1TION pen Wednesday, September 3d, mid
continues until Saturday. October 4th.
THE LARGEST EXHIBITION EVER HELD IN AMERICA !
During the continuance of tbe Exposition the M C.
R. R. Com pa nr win carry paMongcs. on all regular
trains at II1LF FAKE Tor the Round Trip, from all Point,
on tho road.
Tickets will be Rood for six days from'date of sale instead tare
days, as advertised in the porter., thus giving parties a much longer
time in which to see all the Sights of the Exposition than during rny
farmer year. w. W. FEADUDlTGeneral Sup't.
100.000,'
SIIIMY SCHOOL
WORKERS,
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS OF PRAISE"
34 PAGES,
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A ILong Needed Book.
PBftnCE 5 CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNAti, 0.
Til FRUIT GAMS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS,
large Stock at Low Figures,
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap aa the brick dust quality.
BBASS KETTLES
PORCELAIN KETTLES,
And everj article used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
House Furnishing &oods
at the lowest figures at IIUHN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office. 31jul
PIANOS
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I am agent for the. sals if
Smith's American,
Gco AVood Sc Co.'i,
Spang's, and
Shoningcr Sc Co.'i
O IRj Q-.A. IsT ,
am also agent for
, STFJ1WY
. biCON if. CARR'S,
f. C. LIGHT & CO.',.
J. F. 11ARR A CO.'S,.
AKD BRADBURY'S PI ANOS;
Thia Hat ineladea all the different grades of
pianos and organs made, eome of them be.
log excellent instruments at vary reasonable
Jna.
Daring the vssattoa or longer, I will otter
rTieaa instrumeoti lower thaa they can ba ob
tained elsewhere. Invite my friends and thft
public generally to azamise the Stock and
rriee of dealers in the sit) and elsawhere. as
can aflord to and wilt sell cheaper Ihsa par
tie wha are at a heavy eipente in traveling
aboot the country with wagons. or are paying
enormooa rents and Insurance for palatial
stores Not being at this eipenss I wilt givs
purchasers tho benefit ot that fact in making
sales.
Give maacall at my residence, and t will
guarantee satisfaction la prices, durability,
tone and Inish of all instruments soldi All
instrnment warranted in erery respect for
five years
Mlalatm, Caarehea aad Saaday
SchvoU sappUed at Invest rata.
III. It. BARNES,
High St., two doors west of Hartet,
WJta MoABmtIR, X
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Mill
WSaafJ
or $5 Per Hundred
AND ORGANS.
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