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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WHOLESALE.
FALL OF 1873.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
STAPLE NOTIONS,
AT LOW BATES AMD LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
! 1ST!
FRUIT JARS
AND
JELLY GLASSLS.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PA1KT STItET.
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO,
IxVlTB the attention of merchants and fur
uao.ioen to lh large slock of the above ar
lelea jant received. Wo will Ml at t in very
loweel figure, to t lie trail. Order, solicited
u4 promptly atteoded :o. V4Ul
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEMIST,
McArthur, Ohio.
Particular ttuilon given to the treatment
fin natural teeth.
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
ffers to the Merchant and Furnace
mtu of Vinton county, a superior stuck
of Drj Ooodi and Notions, on terms
the Most favorable. . l'Jeptly
Notice to Teachers.
THE I10AUU of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3r4 Saturdays of Muroh,
: April, May, i&ptcniuer, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ei-
.inatmni tn Afiinmunit. ut Kn n'.tlnplr
A. M. Satisfactory evidunoe of good
Moral character will be required in all
cases. A fe of 60 cents is required
ty law from each applicant.
M. K. ItAK.vES Cli'n Hoard nf
J. 8. II II UK, V SoIhm.1 Ex-
L. O. i'tSKL'UE, Cl'k, ) uuiiuers.
Howard MtiiiituryAlil Associa
tion. For lbs Relief and cure nl the Erringand Va
fortunate on Principle of Clirintiua
. Philanthropy.
S.tays on the Brrora of Youtli, nnd the fol
He. of Age, hi relatiou to Murringe and tiociul
Evil., with eaniiaiy aid for the afflicted
lent fro, in Mule I envelope. Addre,
M.IWAKU AlSOCI tTlON, Box l I'l.:' tuj
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M'ARTiiUjt ENCAMPMENT
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DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PEOPBIETOES.
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AVIIKJ fltt"! np our mrrhiiiorj in first
d Hjle, we re prepared lo do
CABDIFG, SPINHIKG & WEAVIEG
' .k.rt maiIk. .nrl in thf aiift.t . nrutppn-
likt m.nnrr Mt have nn hmi l and for sale
l out factor?, a good iiipulyol
WOOLEN GOODS,
Such as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, Ac,
which we wiil sell chenp
'Tin Highest Market Price in Cash,
M I HI h I 11110,
tyia AlltE.tille, Vinlou C , 0.
SCALES FOIl SALE
QT OCK sod Ore Scale, u good new, for
AJlo At Trr low pnre. Uall on
THE YINTON RECORD.
Qfnolal Orqsn of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Death of J. H. Boley.
By dispatches to the dlily
papers we learn of the death
of Mr. J. II. Boley, of Aliens
ville,by the burning of his bal
loon. Mrs. Boley was travel,
ing with ber husband at the
time of the accident, and re
turned home on Tuesday. Mr.
Boley was burried uear the
scene of accident. Below we
give the dispatch to the daily
papers:
WAPELLO, IOWA, Sept. 25.
A balloon ascension, by Prof.
J. U Boley, was advertised to
take place at the fair grounds
near this city, this afternoon,
and a large ctowd gathered to
witness it. At half past five
o'clock the balloon was cut
loose, Boley hanging by his
hands to a horizontal bar be
neath. Just after the balloon,
which was inflated with hot air,
left the ground it took fire near
the mouth. Boley did not ap
parently see the fire until he
was too high to let go with
safety, but held on until he
reached on altitude of twelve
or fifteen hundred feet, when
the canvass which held the
hoop burned away, and he full,
striking the earth a quarter of
a mile from the place of start
ing. His hody was frightfully
tnungled, his legs being driven
into the ground up to his knees.
The M. & CJ.TT. 11. Ins placed
all their employees where it
was possible on hall" time. The
action was no doubt induced
by the peculiar state of the
money and stock market, as for
the past two weeks I hre has
been no sale fo railroad secur
ities at any fair rates, and it
became the duty of roads like
the M, & 0., which u pushing
extensive improvements, as a
precautionary measure, to re
duce their expenses as much as
possible until it could be safely
said the panic had spent its lull
force. On Tuet-dity the New
York Mock Exchange re open
ed with a brisk demmiJ for se
curities, the n.oney market
brightened up, end i he pros
pect is that within a lew weeks
ut most confidence will be fully
restored, and the railroads will
resume full time, with a more,
active demand for lubor by rea
son of lire temporary suspension.
"Suspended."
Some wag, wlio is given as
rnucn to lacis as in wu, muiih
up a card containing the lol
lowing on the door of the Yin
ton dunty Trea-ur,' :
'Suspended! This est ablish-
ment has suspemled cash pay
ment on orders representing its
indebtedness. Will resume
when the people take thing
in their own hands and clean
out the tax-eat er'a rin. In the
meantime orders on presenta
tiou will becerl fied and draw
six per cent. intereM."
Tuehe will be a meeting of
the scholars an 1 teachers of the
Presbyterian Sabbath School,
at their church building, this
(Thursday) evening. The ex
erases will consist of singing,
speeeches, etc. All the little
folks, and those interested in
the welfare and progress of this
school, are respectfully invited
to be present.
There is nothing like green
backs, and that's the reason J.
A. Felton is offering such ex
traordinary bargains iu Fail
goods, to cash buyers.
Samuel Trimmer's Post Boy
horse took the first premium
for pacing horses at the Jack
sou County Fair. Time, 2:44 j.
PANIC PRICES.
Lit Felton has been east
throughout the panic, purchas
ing a large stock of Fall and
Winter Goods. Ui struck the
market just at the right time,
and has bought a much larger
stock than usual, at extremely
low prices. The goods are now
arriving, and will be offered at
the lowest possible price to
cash buyeia.
The Rev. Harrison Lyle as a
Minister of the Gospel.
In answer to a card in the
Enquirer last week, we prom
ised to investigate still farther
into Harrison Lyle's connec
tion and Ministry in the Nasby
church, and his expulsion
therefrom, and report. We
spent a whole day this week in
pursuance of that promise.
We called on our informant,
who states that he got his in
formation that Mr. Ogan pre
ferred charges and had the
Rev. Mr. Lyle dismissed from
church, from a member of Mr.
Ogan'? own family; that the in
formation was imparted to him
in the presence of four witness,
es, three of whom we saw and
confirmed our informant's
statement.
On the other hand we called
on Mr. Ogau. lie is a Demo
crat, wauled to shield Harrison,
and talked to us very reluct
antly; said he could tell all
about the mauterif he wanted
to, but wouldn't do it We asked
him it he wrote the card in the
Enquirer. Lie declined to an
swer, but in further c nvcrsa
lion he said that he didn't ap
prove of the last paragraph,
that he didn't like the lan
guage, and no man could say
that he had ever heard him ut
ter such language, or could
show where he had ever penned
such language Tnat he want
ed fimply to say that he had
never prelerred charges to have
Lyle turned out of church, and
he had no knowledge of any
person else having done to;
that be would be willing that a
person should stay in church as
long as there was any hopes.
What he oljecled to was Mr.
Lyle's acting as a minister of
the gospel, and he expressed
himself so Ireely and frequent
ly. He didn't know whether
Mr Lyle drank or not while he
was t.cting as a minister; he
didn't frequent those places
himself, but Lyle did, and it
was common report that he
drank and got drunk there; out
siders were talking about' it,
and reproach was brought up
on llio church thereby. lie
didn't think that we should
have said anything about the
church matier, as Lyle's repu
I at ion could be taken up and
enough 6hown without refer
ring to that. This information
from one of Harrison's pailicu-
ur personal . and political
Iriende will convince the pub.
lie of the fact that we endeav
ored to enforce upon their at
tcn'ion that Harrison Lyle is
not a proper character to be
honored by them, and chosen
as a Representative. That he
has shown by his actions that
he is a consummate hypocrite,
who was willing even to as
sume tne noiy caning oi tne
ministry to hide his iniquity.
But we didn't stop with our
interview wi'.h Mr. Ogan. We
find that his conduct here is in
keeping; wi'.li the history of his
whole life. Under Mr. Nich
ols' ministration in Aliens vilte
Mr. Lylo was a shouting Meth
odist. Mr. Nichols discovered
that he was drinking too much
and took him to task about it.
He denied drinking and said
lie went to the saloon, not to
driuk, but to buy horse shoes
that was the only place where
they were kept. Mr Nichols
replied that he would fix that.
He sent for a keg of horse
shoes. The saloon keeper
brought them up from the sta
tion, deposited them in his sa
loon, and Harrison carried
them (.way one at a time just
as he got dry. With this, pa
tience ceased to be a virtue,
and he was turned out of the
Methodist church, only to come
shouting in again at the next
revival.
Reuben Phillips states that
upon another occasion he had
spent a part of the afternoon
in one ol the Allensville sa
loous,that while there Rev.Har
rison Lyle was also there and
drank five or six times. In the
evening he went to church, and
the first thing he knew, Harri
son's bald head popped up
above the pulpit, giving oui
UAeWme"
"Blough, ye the trumpet, blougu."
After which be prayed and
finally exhorted sinners to re
pentance, when as Mr. Phillips
8 ays, he had enough whisky in
his gullet then, to his certain
knowledge, to make any ordi
nary man drunk.
This is but a tithe of what
might be said truthfully of Mr,
Lyle, but it is enough to let
the people know the kind of a
man he is. We dislike to go
into details of this kind, but
under the circumstances we
have no choice. . Mr. Lyle is
before the people of Vinton
county asking for the highest
political office within their gift.
If he bad so little stability of
character that he could prosti
tute his office as minister of
the gospel, where there was
but little temptation, and
where every sense of honor
and responsibility to both God
and mau would prompt him to
an upright, honorable course,
what can the people expect of
hira as a Representative, where
the temptations are iucreased
a thousand fold? Can he be
d 'pended upon towithstanJ the
wiles of the lobbyist? Is he a
fit instrument of reform? It is
for the Democracy of. Vinton
county to answer. It is for
them to say whether or not an
unworthy man shall be elected,
simply because the Ring forced
his nomination.
Remember that Hi. Fel ton's
new stock was purchased for
cash during the late money
panic, and will be sold at cor
respondiugly reduced rates.
Hon. Alpiionso Hart, our
candidate fur Lieut. Governor,
had a fine meeting at the
Court House, last Monday
evening, and made a most tern
perate and effective speech,
which was listened to by his
large audience with the moat
earnest attention.
If the Enquirer has any
rharges to make against Mr.
Bay let it come out 6quare toed
nnd make them editorially and
to the point, and not attempt
to slur him by lying insinua
tions signed anonymously. i
Jos. Ilunx started West last
week, his principal business
being the examination of the
lands of the Burlington & Mis
souri River R. R., he having
accepted the agency for the
sale of the same.
The ever vigilant firna, Din
Will & Bros , are in the field
with a magnificent stork of
Fall Goods, comprising all the
new, most stylish and fashion
able goods for ladies, gentle
men and children. The full
stock is now in, and mnkes a
most attractive display. Give
them a call. Prices Will be
found most satisfactoiy.
Mr. Tueodore Lund, the cel
ebrated artist, will be in McAr
thur this fall to point portraits if
a sufficient number will immedi
ately leave their orders at Bill
inghurst's Photograph Gallery
Jtd'TlFrtlsr-nrwt InaeftrA at fair price.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Joseph Kvle ami Ro?a A. Rutter.
John Mc Bride and Martha E. Baker
Richard Tliikham and Sarah Steel
James Fink and Mary Jane Shlflet
John J. Cowgill and Maggie M.
Morrison,
Samuel G. Drby and Ebble E. Ste
vens. Arista C. Stevens and Ellen Gibson.
Bamct J. Trainer and Mary E
James.
Daniel Booth and Helen Ttisrh.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacfc fiOO
Corn 60
Outs 40
Wheat 1.30al.40
Beans , ,...2.JMJ3.00
Potatoes 60G0
Dried Apples 75
Dried Peaches 3.00
Hav V ton 15.IK)
Haras. country .11
" sugar cured 18
Smoked sides 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7-8
Kjrgs .10
Butter : 23
Lard iS
Chickens, live 15a.25
Hockinsr Salt oef bbl 3.40
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish 9.00
ttio Coffee 2530
Coffee Sugar 13
Deinarara " 12a.l5
Cuba - 12W
New Orleans Molasses ,80a l.
Sorghum " 4050
Svrun 75a.l.0O
Star Candles, per lb
railow - .15a20
oap, country per lb Sa6
Cteese
Coal. ter bna. .T
Wool V
Legal Notice.
JOHlf D. W JONES, a n.n-rtdn! of tb.
oouty of Vinton. Ohio, will ta. nolle that
pel luaot to nn omrr oi in. uommi.KtKr ih Mia
Vinton coanty. Ohio, mule nt th.tr Sopiombrr
M too A. H 1S73, lf wer. and a .urtayor were
dtneted to BmI at the lauaof AM W.U. In laid
Bounty , on the
28th Pay of October, A. D. 1873,
at the hoar of 10 o'clock In the Ibrenoon of Mid
day, to flow and .urrey the n ut. of a rtrtain conn
ly nwd poiiiioiMrd fur by Uaitin Duffy and oth
or. from a point omr a pair of hare on tb. pram
Uratf AM Well., nl tb fuOt of Ih. hill on Ih.
WilkMrilU road, th o a norlharljr dirartlun
loi th. ihoitMt nnd beat rouie Ihruoth the
land, of Abel W.H., of John 0 W. Junta, of
Martin wutlry, of Kdaard f wicharand of A mo.
Hartley, ton point on the Jackn road. nt th line
briawn the land, of Mid A mix Hartley and aaid
Idward Flilcli.r. I he place of terminal
MARTIN lil t fY, Principal r.tltioner.
September 15, IS7S. Aw
FAEM FOR SALE.
IJ. triTHINKmile of the M.AC. R.
IT R. The larm contain. SO arrea
I lorty acre, cleared, fair iinprore
menta. A Kood coal bunk open and
working. AW feet belt coal. For .ale cheap,
sept H.C.J'J.NEd.
LIME! LIME!
I AM prepared to fumixh the bent quality of
freah lime from my. kiln. 1 mile north of
McArthur, at one ilollxr per bun el at the kiln,
buyer furmahinK their ow,i bnrreli.
iaeptlw WM. MATTHEWS.
Worth and Beauty,
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
AND THlC CHROMO
YO-SEMITE
Hating control of the magniRcent oil chro
mo, Vo Semite, we are able to otter a combin
atior. of literary nnd arnxtin work of genuine
worth, and at price, unprecedpnied
Thin rl no copy of a piece of Nature' grand
e.t work, i. not presented in the usual lim
ited .lyle, it. dimension, 14x20, making n
picture ol very dvairablo nie in itself.
A IV ORNAMEXTTO THE ROOM
graced by lt presence.
But a few copiea of this beautiful Chrome
will be allowed to go to the retail Htoren, tod
tboae will be Bold it their
Aetanl Itetall Price, 0.00,
which if ordered In connection with our Mag
Mine, both will be furn'ehed for
81.50.
As s premium the picture may be obtained
hy sending ua two .uocriptiona for the Mag
tine at one duilm each, or by auhacrbing fo
the Magnune two yearn in advance, st one
dollar per annum. Addrean,
WOOl 'S H0USKI10l.LlMt.GA7.INE,
NewlAiiKh.N. T.
8, E.SHl TES, Publisher. inept
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
IIAJIIfEX, O.
WE have purchaned end fitted up the
above mill and aohcit the trade ol the
farmer, of thi. vanity.
Special sltentlon given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given lo please all PUKtomrr. Mr.
A. A. COZZKNH, an experienced miller, haa
charge of the mill, and will not In 1 to deal
lali'ly snd give genenu eatMuctlon.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand nn I for sale nt
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
ImlT COZZENS JOHNSON.
S. P. CRAMER,
HAMDEN. O.
Manufacturer and dealer in
llarnesN, Saddles,
JlrldlPN, II a It em,
WhlpN, purs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My Iricnda nnd the pnnllc generally are In v it.
ed to call and examine my mock and pn
ce. I make good honest work, uae the
beet .lock, and aell nl the very lowest prices.
REPAIRING
nnd rrmttriT.icturing done la order, nnd all
Work Warranto as Bepresented.
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
ni h Wis -cVr
Will-
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20
.40
- S-Vt.'A'.V-vr-
DEALER IK
Italian and Vermont Marble
AND
SCOTCH GKAMTE MISESTS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly nnd pronipllr executed
Mulberry St., bet'n Second & Watei
Chillicothe, Ohio.
I superintend nil my own work in peraon
'execute all the finer deaicnn, uae thi
material, and can lot he undei.old. Peraon
he bei
wiahing nny work in my line are invited to
exxmine work, stock nnd price, before mak
inir CAiitracla.
1 neraonallv enpetintend Ihe careful netting
up or moon and monument, oougni nt mj
e(annnmeni.
Hv buying at thi. ahop you will wire from 1
to 2" per cent, pma to am nta. zmpnj
W.A. TOLLET
8 MAIDEN LANE, .Y.
IMPORTER
AND DKAL&RIN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers
ToolsjEtc.
014 Waiefc Cue nd old GoU fcn Silver
bwwiht.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
tiprU7
TUB 11
FT I
HALF FARE ON ALL TRAINS.
OUST THE
M. & C. BAILKOAD.
The Fourth CINCINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPO
S1TI0N opens Wednesday, September Sd and
continues until Saturday, October 1th.
THE LARGEST EXHIBITION EVER HELD LY AMERICA
J
During the continuance of the Exposition the 91 tt C.
R. R. Companv will carry pasnfiip:ea on all rcfrnlar
trains at II iLF FAKE for the Round Trip, from all 1'olut
on Ihe road.
Tickets will be trood for six days from date of sale instead -f three
days, at advertised in the posters, thus giving parties a much longer
time in which to see all the Sights of the Exposition than during my
former ysar. W. W. PE AHtH) V.Ucncral Sup't.
100
SHUT
,00 0
WORMIER!
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS OF PRAISE"
34 PAGES,
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A ILons Needed Hook.
PMCE 5 CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or S5 Per Hundred
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNATI, 0.
Til MI
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GLASS & STONE FItUlT JA11S.
Large Stock at lour Figures,
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
BRASS KETTLES
PORCELAIN KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
line.
Also a full line of Hardware and
Mouse FurnisIiiiBgGoods
at the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Tost
Office. 31Jul
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PIANOS AND ORGANS,
I in sgent for the sale of
Smith's American,
too. Wood & Co.'s,
Spank's, and
Slxoniiigcr & Co.'
O O- .A. 35T S.
am .Iko .gent for
STEiSWtl'S,
D4COX &. TAmt'S,
't. C. LIGHT &CO.S,
j. F. II 4 II B I & t'O.'Sj
AXD DRADBURTf'SPI AXOS.
Tliialiel includes nil the different grade-, of
piano, aod orgn m.l, aome or 4rem lie.
Ingexcellent inetramenW nt very reswmble
''uuri'ng the vasntlon or longer, t will orW
he.viiTiitrnmeTitB lower tha- they can becb
talned elsewhere. 1 invite my fr'enda nnd the
publto generally to nxnmtne the nock nnd
prices ot dealer. in the crt ano eliewhere. as
Jean atlord to and will fell cheaper than par
tiea who nrent a heavy expend in trnvelimf
boat theconntry with wagnn,ornre paying
enormou rents And inurance for rnlntinl
storea Not being nt thia eipene I will give
piin-haeers th benefit ol that fact in making
"y've me srall a my realdence, and 1 will
guarantee airnctinn in prices, durability,
tone and Inish of all intruments wild. All
matruments warranted in every respect for
five years
Mlnlater, Crmrrhe. and Snnday
BcheaU .eppiled Kt lowcnt rate.
M. . BARNES,
Bika St., two doors weat of Mar'c.t.
Uiu, McABrflt'R.0.
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