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FALL OP 1073.
BACK GOODS, HOSIERY,
AT tow SaTKU AMD LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIFT,
94 Paint Street,
-tlYE & MACICEY.
- OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE,
67 PA1KT STRICT.
In VITR the attention or merchants ad ftir
"wln to the large .lock of the above r
tVelea juM received. Wo will sell at I mi very
lowf M flgurea to tho Inula. Orders eolioited
aad prompt, attended ... tul
N, J. BOWERS,
Farlicular atteuiion giv eo to tha treatment
f the natural leelb.
J. F. TOtVELLj Portsmouth, Ohio,
Dera to the Uerclianta and Furnace
aaeu of Vinton county, a superior itock
of Drj Goods and Notion, on termi
Hhe moI favorable. IVeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
- TUB DOAUD pf School Examioen
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
4be Itt end 3rd Saturday! of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, arid the let Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
fust and December, in each year. E
aminationfto eonaieneeat ten o'clock,
A. M. Satiafactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
xe. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant
M. K. HAlt.vES CVo ..Board of
: J. 3. III! UN, . . School . Ex-
L. O. PliUDUE, Cl k, J auiinera.
Howard Suultury Aid Associa
tion. For the Relief and Cure ol tha Erring aad Un
fortunate on Princila of Christian
Xessys on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
flee of Age, ia relation to Marriage no J Social
Evils, with sanitaiy aid for the afflicted
"Jeal free. In eealeJ envelopes. Adlraas,
' BiiWAKO Ai8.XII.moN, Box P, 'l.:'l
.phia. la. .' .. .
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
RKtillMMtotlings i.fthis En
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Vedarsdiun evening mi rmeh
weiaaf a. Patriarch (- -stlicr fitiuiiipiiieuli'
.wnn lua, be viailii.g om n are mitel to
tieul. tUO,N WlliL, 0.1.
J.iMK T. RlHI, 8.
McArthur. Keli's 17. 17(1.
Dillon, Houston & co.
TTAVING Itted ap aor aaarhlaerT la flr.t
J lrlw ntjrle, we are prepared to Jo
OAEDIBG, EP1B5IHQ 4 WEAVIHQ
.en thnrt antie arid in the moil wornrrian
like mannrr. We have oa hand aad Kir vale
jt our lautorv, a good anpuly of
i Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
; . wbivh we win aen cneap
I AtTia Vichnnt Varket Pnoa inCaih.
vtimh. i ii i ok o,
All dm Wei Vinton CO.
l SCALE FOR SALE
CTOCK and Ore SuTa aa good aa new, I
i. . ln ai4ea
aa good aa
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THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Orgm ef Vinton County.
The meeting for Hon. L.
Danford on the 26th has
has been withdrawn, but
HON. ALPHONSO HART,
Our candidate for lieuten
ant Governor, will address
the people at the
M' JLlt T T T U R
I0XDAY EVEMXG, SEPTB 29.
Everybody is invited, la
dies and gentlemn, Demo
crats and Republicans. Mr.
Hart has notified the com
mittee that he will positive
ly be here.
The McArthur Brass
Band will be present, and
furnish good music.
Work commenced on the
railroad here last Monday,
where lite road crosses Norlb
street, in a lot belonging to
Humphrey Lncli, in front ot
Q. W. Shockey's former- resU
dence. The force at present is
eight Bcrapvrg and one plow
team. It will be materially in
creased next' week. About
every peison around McAr
thur has been to see the work,
and great satisfaction is ex
pressed at the radidity with
which the' dirt' is being moved
by the force engaged.
Now the next thing is to pay
the hands. The filte jnth day
ot each month is pay-day. It
should be remembered that the
subscriptions here are all over
due, and should ' be paid in as
rapidly as possible. If you
can't pay it all at once, call on
Dan. Will at the Vinton (Joan-
ty .Bank, who is authorized to
receive- it, and pay along as
last as you are able. The ra
pidity with which the work will
be pushed will depend on the
rapidity with which' the sub
scriptions are paid. We will
have our road, and we will have
it in quick lime, it the subscrib
ers are true to their own inter
ests, as the general public feel
ing indicates the will bo.
Last Fall, because the Dem.
ocrats- of Vinton, Clinton,
Madison, tgle- and Harrison,
refused to do its bidding, and
elect its candidates, the McAr
thur Enquirer could find noth
ing mean enough to say about
them. Becnuse they exercised
their privilege ot voting tor
the best men offered, the Eq
quirer said they hid sold their
votes lor boots, shoes, clothing,
money, wtisky, ....etc. .Now
that' same paper comes forward
and volunteers its advice to
them to vote tor all the ring
Tub German citizens of Vin
ton county have never had a
coo it y officer Irom persons of
their nativity. They have a
ch nice row to get such an of
ficer in the person of Philip
Keck, candidate for Auditor.
We do not ask them to. vote
for him simply because he is a
German, but because he is a
good man, will make a good
Auditor, and is opposed to the
ring which has ruled and near ,
ly ruined Vinton county.'
Why is it that the McArthur
Court House ring force through
the nomination of such a man
as llarrii-on Lvle against such
men as Johu Frazee and Thos.
McGee? It is because they
think they can bring the party
machinery to bear and force
Democrats to vote the ticket
for the sake ot the party.
When Democrats convince
them to - the contrary the ring
will keep hands off or nomi
nate good men.
Wokdeb if the Enquirer, ed
ited by the President of the
Democratic Central Commit
tee, expects those Democrats
of Clinton township, whom it
abused last spring as a lot ot
drunken sots who sold their
votes to Wells for whisky, to
vote for its favorites this Fall
Lvle, Belfoxd & Col
McGillivray recognixes live
situation, and has, come down
off the ring ticket. 0.1. Gun
ning fills the vacancy, contra
ry to all precedent; tor Mr.
Armstrong ran next to fiicu.
in the convention, and came
within three votes of beating
him. The committee, by its
action shows how much respect
it has for the expressed voice
of the convention; for Mr.
Armstrong or bis friends were
not even-consulted about the
vacancy. . ' '
At the last examination of
teachers the following named
persons received' certificates:
For Twelve Month. T. L
Fletcher, Kodolph Rutledge,
Joseph Miller J. M.Boblitt and
Mis Addie Grippin.
For Sit . 2lonth$.&. R. Mc
Einius, Mol lie. Lent, II II.
Shively, Jem' Dunn, Viola
Greene, S. P. Gibson, Jennie
Curry, Nettie Strong, T. J.
Griffith, Sallie Pitcher, Maggie
Hurley and Julia Martin.
Up Salt. L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Opinions of the Party by prominent
ul believe that the historical
Democratic- organization is
"Tub Democratic party is no
longer an instrument of reform
"Cokruption has crept into
the Democratic party, and it is
If the inhabitants of the
southeast corner of the coun
ty should feel their end of the
county suddenly dip down to
day, and the inhabitants of the
northwest should feel their end
tip, I hey needn't be alarmed
It's not an earthquake. Judge
Potter is going to start to South
Carolina to-day. We presume
he will soon return and restore
Tue Rev. Harrison Lyle ap
pears' in this week's Enquirer
as a correspondent. His com
iiiunication is signed A. O. K.
We hope everybody in Vinton
county will read it, so the'v can
see j imt what stylo ol 'man
lie i,' and we hope Harrison
will favor us with another com
munication. Ve want the
people to make his acquaint
ance.'' Ma Hart spoke here latt
fall, his speech giving great
satisfaction to the large crowd
in al tendance. Those who
heard him then will need no
urging to attend the meeting
next Monday evening, but let
each one go to work to induce
alarge attendance, .It is the
first meriting ot the campaign
Let it le a router!
" Wiiilb the editors of the Mc
Arthur Enquirer and Jackson
Herald are trying to taint Hon.
L. Neal'a name by connecting
it with responsibility lor the
salary grab law, the Chillicothe
Advertiser, another Democrat
ic organ, refers to Mr. Neal's
letter as "manly and unanswer
able." And so we go.
Occasionally we say some
thing that makes some thin
skinned subscriber mad, and
he comes in and stops bis pa
per. What made 'him' mad
tickles three or four other fel
lo'vs so that they come in take
the paper, and thai the list
rolls on. : '
Ira Brown, the patent shears
swindler, who swindled J. B.
Randall, Anthony Cassill and
John Coulter, of this county,
was lately caught in his little
trick at Caldwell, Ohio, sent
to jail and then bound over to
answer for his crimes in that
Tberk were several Eagle
township Democrats in town
last ., week. They teel nnder
many obligations to the ring
lor getting Wat. Pilcber to
represent them in the county
convention. Everybody knew
they would, though.
The fly-wheel of the Ham
den mills engine flew to pieces
last Thursday, tearing an un
sightly hole in the side of the
mill. No person hurt. It was
expected that It would be re
paired and the mill in Of ora
tion to-day. .
Money Panic in New York.
New York city has been; the
scene of a great money panic
during tne past week. It was
precipitated by the failure or
suspension of the great bank
ing bouse of Jay Cooke & Co,
caused ?by the too severe
stretching of their credit in aid
of the Northern Pacific Rail
road. The failure ot so prom,
inent a house caused a panic
which has forced a suspension
of a number of smaller bankers
and brokers, and also the two
prominent firms of Fisk- &
Hatch and Henry Clews & Co.
The panic has been confined to
New York City, and mostly to
those firms handling railroad
bonds. .Apparently the worst
is over, and it is not antlcipat
ea that It will extend to the
country, as the crops are large
and manufacturers and. mer
chants are doing a' good busi
ness on a solid basin. ','.
Cary and Neal Fail of a Hearing.
Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazette.
FlNDLAY, O., Sept. 17.;Fpr
the last ten days posters have
announced thai Cary, the
horny handed, and Hon. L. T
Neal would addrets a Demo
cratio mass meeting at. this
place to day. Cary and Neal
put in an appearance, but the
mass came not " O.i the con
trary, hardly the usual number
of people from the country
came to town' After getting
the court room ready and wait
ing patiently, it was concluded
not to have any meeting, and
i he distinguished speakers are
at their hotel, waiting; to' ad
dress such a crowd as can be
drummed up tins evening.
The Vinton Station Route.
The survey of the railroad
fmm here to Vinton S ation by
Mr. Howard shows 15.101 yard
of excavation and 48.890 yards
of embankment.' The excava
tions can all be used in'maR.
ing embankment. The dis
tance is 2 f miles and the eeti-t
mated cost, $9 693. It has hot
been decided that the road will
take this route, and the matter
will depend on the amount ql
encourgenent the- different
routes offer, but the above are,
the figures of the, 8u(veyw
, A. 0, K . w li lofi-'rWa ner J afr
nson Lyle says in the Lnqiijr.
er that we think ir is 'ah uuDar-
donable sin to belong to', the
IN as by church, lhat depends.
It a man drinks whisky alt
week, and conducts himseff'so
that' be is hail lellow-well-met
with that class, and preacheb
and prays on Sunday, we thjnk
his connection with any church
is unpardonable.' Or: all mean
men your man who makes a
cloak oi religion can dive the
deepest and come up the dirti?
est. i " ' ". .. .
Maj Edward. S MorqaSJ of.
Madison township was select
ed by the Republican Execu
tive and Central Committes to
fill vacancy occasioned byt he
f'e lination of Mr. Fisher. Mr.
Morgan is an intelligent me
chanic, a good business man,
and will make a good Commis
sioner..'. He don't belong to the
ring, he won't be under oblig
lions to them if elected, and
that's why the people will vote
Mr. Theodore Lund, .the eel
ehrated artist, will be in McAr
thur this fall to paint portraits if
a sufficient number will immedi
ately leave their orders at Dill-
inghurst s Photograph Uallrry
. C. W. Holland and David
Shivel have leased the ore priv
ilege, nave gone to prospect
ing, and struck a vein of fine
iron ore which they purpose
work.ng, on Chester trench's
The Bauehman House. Zales
ki, is offered tor sale, and is a
fine opening for some person
who knows now to Keep a no-
Our cabinet ot ores 'is in
creaking rapidly. Send in yonr
The Enquirer says Lyle is a
poor man. Yes; a mighty poor
one for a Representative.
Edward Haesb a young mar
ried man was killed last Friday
by the falling of a piece of
slate from the roof of the Vin
ton Furnace Coal Mine, where
he was employed as a miner.
tie leaves no children, we un
In McArthur, Sept 23, to Mr. aud
Mrs. W. W. fielbrd, a daughter.
The Enquirer thinks every
man that, ever kicked over a
clod in crossing a field is a
FARM FOE SALE.
JLL IlttTHIN Kmileof tha M.AC. a.
r.ii.I It R The iarm contain. Macrea
llijl lorty aeraa etMrtd, Pair Improve
menu. A irood eoal rank open aad
forking. ' leal beet eoal. Purealerhrap.
taept H.O.JON It.
rAM prepared to foraiah tha beat qn.litT of
fre.h lime from hit kiln. 1 mile north of
MoArthur, at one dollar per banel at thekila,
bayera furniabing their owa barrel.
aepi . WM. MATTHEWS.
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
Ravine control of the maeniflVent ail ehro.
mo, Vo Semite, we are alile to oiler a com hi a
atior. of literary aod arimtie work of genuine
worm, Hnq a prirea unprereoentea.
Thi. fineeopj of a piece of Naiure'e (rand
e.t work,!, ool pre.ented in the u.unl lim
lied .lyle, tu dimenriona, making a
ui rrj iivajrnitie -m in ll.eil.
AW K.NAHEXTTO THI BOX
(raced by It. preaence.
. rui a few eoiiiee or thla beaiitirul Chroma
will be allowed 10 jrn to the retail alorea, aod
ihoaa will be aold at their
Aetaal RelaU Price, m
which If ordered in eonneolioa wilh our Mae.
Mine, both will be furn'ahed for
Al a nremlum the nictura ma ha ihlif.al
by aending u. two aubwnpliona for the M nu
ll ne at one dollar each, or by atibMTbinx fa
the MuRinne two yean in advance, at one
dollar peranniim. AdlrM,
WUUI O UUVBCHULU MAGAZINE,
8, E.BHi Til!, Publmher.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
E have rmrehaaed and SUed iin Iha
aliove mi la and Milicit thi tr.ila nl .ha
Special atlentioa given to
AftI Oar A alvaall t nlaaM all r)li.Amaa Urn
fhnrK of the mill, ttntl will not toil to deal
iltinjr mna gi9genm mioincuoo.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hind an I for ule at
LOWEST JIAnKET PRICES.
uil7 .', COZZENS A JOHNSON.
S. Fe CRAMER,
' MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
1 llrldlea, II h re.
. Whlp, tptirs. Truce '
. Chains.:9amea. and ll .
utaer Articles of saddlery.
My Inenda and the pnnlia nnnera!lT are Invit-
edto rail and exnmiue my Hook and pit.
cea. I mtke good honet .work,. im the
iieai hock, ana een;a.tne very loweit price.
. and manufacturing done to order, and. all
Work Warranted as Bepresented,
JOHN M, GCEHNER,
: 'tiff - i
Italian and Vermont Marble
SCOTCH GUAMTE MlMTS
ALL KINDS OJ?
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n . 8oond &atei
I aiinerintend all me own Ikofk In neranli
I execute all the finer deaigna, n.e the beat
material, arid can not he MhdttteOld. Perabni
Wiahing any work In m)r title are Ihvtled to
examine work, itock and priceii before rnak-
ins cnntracla. -
1 peraonally snpetintend the careful netting
op or aionra and monument, nought at m)
Hv buying at thta .hop eon will .aye from It
w m per cent, paia to agrnta. - maprT.
I XXI X UXJaUJJ X I
A MAIDEN LANE, N.Y.
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
eU Watek Caaea and aU Gold aad BUvar
The Favorite fine-Cut
THB"Chewera' Choice, ia Bow taking th
lead of all other Hranda. Bright in color,
pleaeant ta tut, tough and laalinf ia chew,
thla tobacco poiaeaaea every quality to init
rhewera. and Bella by the 10 pound bheket
fully loo chcapeV per pound, thaa an, other
brand Of the aame grade and perhani leea
quality. 100 bucket" of thia celebrated brand
have been lotd in Chillicothe ilone within
the but two month, and trade .till mrreae:
Ing. "try It" SCH.FrER HRAMKR
Ohillieothe, Ohio, are the Manufactnrert'
Agedta and aell at low tat Factor, Price.
Dnrlnar fb rntlniianr at iha RnnaiflAaa 1U i r
R. R. t'omnanr avill rari-v taaaiiir. a tt nil ..mioii
trains at fI4Lt" FAKE for the Round Trip, from all Point
wu aiiv reun,
Tickets Will be rood for lix davi trom'rlata nf aala tnifaait , f trira
days, as advertised in the poHert. thus giving parties a tntich longer
time la which to see all the Sierhts of the ExDositinn than dnrin? anv
former year. W. W. PE AD (ID General Sun't.
HALF PAHE ON ALL TRAINS.
M. & C. EAILKOAR
The Fourth CtNClIMVATl INDUSTRIAL EXPO
SlTIONopen Wednesday, September 3d, and
continues until Saturday, October lth.
THE LARGEST EXHIBITION EVER HELD IN AMERICA !
1 0 , 0
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS OF PRAISE"
3 3? .A. Gh 1K3 S
A Xong Heeded Book.
6 Cents Post Paid or $5 Per Hundred
D.H. BALDWINS CO.,
. Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
TI MIIIT CMS !
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS,
large Stock at low Figures,
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dost quality.
And every article used in the canning and preserving
Also it full line of Hardware and
Mouse Furnishing (Hoods
at the lowest figures at HUliN'S, 2 doors cast of f ost
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
i inn agent for the sale of
Uco.Wood & Cd.'s,
Shoningcf St Co.'a
O IR, Or A .
am also itfent for
itACOK k CARU'S,
fr. C. LIGHT ACO.'S,
J. F. HARRIS & tO.'S,
AND DltADDlRT'S PI ANOSi
thl. Ilat iitolmlea all tha dlnVrent gradea of
hiano. knd Organa made, aome of them be.
log excellent instrument i at very reasonable
During tha vaeatldn or longer, I will offer
tWe inatrnmenta lower than trleycah be ob
tained' alaewH'ere. I iHvite my friends and the
public generally to examine the stock and
f rices of dealers in the oil) and elsewhere. a
can attord to and will sell cheaper tharl par
ties who arc at a Heavy expense in traveling;
about the country with wagons, or are paying
enormous rents and insurance for palatiul
Stored Not being at thia expense I Will give
purchasers the benefit ol that fact in making
Mies. , . . ,,
Give me aeall at rrly residence, and I will
tuarantee. Satisfaction in prices, durability,
Tone knd luish of all instruments sold. All
instruments warranted in ererj respect for
Stlnlaietat . t'narchea and Saaday
Bcho.la aMpplled at luwcat rates.
fit. it. bARNES,
High St.', two door wet of Mnr'tef, .
ltjua ' McAErfll'R, 0.