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SPECIAL NOTICES.
WHOLESALE.
FALL OF 1873.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
STAPLE NOTIONS,
AT LOW RATES AND LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIFT)
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
iaept 1873
FRUIT JARS
AND -
JELLY GLASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STBET.
CUILLICO THE, OHIO,
ImVlTE the attention of merchants and fur
neaeinen to th large slock of the above ar-
aleajui-t received, we will pell l I in ferjr
lowest fiurei to the trade. Orders solicited
ad promptly attended .o. Xtul
N.J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT UI2NI1ST,
ItlcArtliitr, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
f In natural teeth.
J. F.TOWtLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
weu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods' and Notions, on terms
Ihc most favorable. lUeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOAttD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet itt the
Union School lluune, in MoArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
Uorember, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at tun o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
ky law from each applicant
M. It. HAU.nES tVn ) Hoard of
J.S). 1IUUN, School Ex-
L. 0. PEUL'UE, Cl'k, J aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
ror the Relief and Cure ol the Erringand Un
fortunate ou Hriuei pies of Christian
Philanthropy.
Essay on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lies of Axe, In relation 10 Marriage and Social
Evils, with aanitnty aid for the afflicted
lent free, in Mated envelopes. Addree,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, BoxP, PL'iudl
phis, Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0, 0. F.
ie licamiiment will hereidter I
1"s EtiULAK Meetini-sniinls s.n-
TlSJ Vi h..l.l .in I lie ai-rnnd ami Inat
''WrrfvW Wednesday evening of each
enontli. I'atnan-ua n liner eiit-Hiiipnieina
who may be visiting oiu un are invited to
alien I. A A HON WILL, CP.
Julia T. Ksptit, fl.
M.-Arthur, Keh'y 17, 1870.
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ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPBIB ORS.
HAVING Sited op our machinery in Srat
elate style, we are prepared to do
OAEDISQ, 8PINHING fc WEAYIHG
en short notice and in the most workman
like manner We have on hand and lor sale
I our factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Bach as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will sell cheap '
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool
HUltN 1 II 1 1 r-AO,
ll.a Allenaville, Vinlou C , 0.
SCALES FOR SALE
FAIRBANK'H
OTOCK and Ore Busies as good as new, for
Os' el very low price. Call on
ovU fl. 0. JONtU Attorney.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOO AL MATTERS.
Mr. Dan. C'urki has a new
Estey Organ.
John Calvin has an Estey
Organ.
J. S. LIulick sola four Estey
Organs last week.
J. S. LIulick will bring you
an Estey organ to your bouses
without charging any thing ex
tra. Young ladies' economy
Never throw away a good
match.
Col. II E. Phillips was a
candidate for Councilman in
Middlepon last week, and was
almost elected.
The first snow of the season
fell here last Tuesday, covering
the housetops and bills, and
making everything assume the
dreary aspect of winter.
Mr. Samuel li. Ullom has
just finished the construction ot
a neat and substantial dwelling
house for Mr. A. Barleon, on the
tatter's place, near town.
We shall be absent during
the nexlfortiiight,during which
time Mr. George W. Holland
will attend to the editorial de
portment of the Record.
G. W. Suockks and Jacob
Cooke who are on a visit here
vvill leave next Tuesday, lor
Washington, D. 0., their place
of business.
Mr. Joiih oiBsoN, a worker in
the "Art preservative of all
arts," how engaged in the Phil
aielphia Enquirer establish
ment, lei t this place last week,
having been on a visit to his
liieud8.
It is hardly safe, now-a days,
to name a mountain or a baby
alter a rami till he is dead, lie
may embtzzleor take back
pay, or become a dreadlul rail
way autjcr.ii, cr a candidate
lor the Presidency, then you'll
wih jou hadn't done it.
Grace Greenwood.
Dr Wayne UrisWold of Cir
clevillo died on iho 5 h iust.
11b was an enterprising, public
spirited man. Our citizens
will remember him as the ptr
son who visited our town sev
eral months since in company
with W Mar.hal Anderson, in
the interests of the Farmers'
& Miners' R R
Dr. Ray, formerly ot this
county, wa elected Represen
tative for Pike county. Ue is
the first Republican Represun
tative ever elected in the coun
ty. We have been intorined
that the Dr. had nothing to do
with the bargain and sale on
the Judgeship, and was the
first one ot the uninitiated who
discovered the fraud, and
promptly wrote Cherrington's
name on the tickets of his
township.
Tub name ol George Lantz
was not printed on the Inde
pnr.dent, Democratic or What
Id-It tickets in MeigJ county,
and the consequence is that
George is without votes in that
populous and interesting lo
cality, tie blames Oapt. Mark
and Col. Phillips, of Middle
port, with the matter, and says
he never thought they would
po back on their brother that
way. Ue wants to kuow what
is to become ot the colored
folks il they are false to each
other tnus.
Dr. Drake, ot Allensville.
was arrested last week on the
charge of an assault upon tiis
wile with intent to murder, tie
was tried belore Eq. A. N Co
ziid, and in default ot bail was
committed to jail to await the
action ot the Grand Jury, h
appears from what we ran
learn that hia wile thought she
had cause lor jealousy, re
proached him with untaith'ol
ness, whereupon he became
enraged, knocked her down
with a chair, kicked hef about
the person, inflicting danger
ous wounds.
A Lesson of the Panic.
A short lime siuCe our good
friend Prestley ilitt bad some
surplus funds which he had ac
cumulated by selling grapes
which he had cultivated on the
shares in Mr. Davis' vineyard.
Sundry persons had been quiz
ing him thus: "Don't you make
a great deal of money selling
grapes." Prestley became sus
picious. "Migh not these in
quiring persons call around and
steal my money," he cogitated
to himself. He thought be
would try to find a way to keep
it secure. lie thought ot var
ious ways, but didn't know
what to do. If he kept it lock
ed up in the house, some thief
might come in the night and
rob his house and kill him too;
if he kept it in his pocket, he
might lose it by some accident,
his pocket might be picked or
be might be robbed and killed
besides; it he put it in the
bank, that might "bust" How
ever, he finally Ait upon a plan
There was an opening in the
ceiling, he wiuld put it up
there above tho plastering; no
thief would ever think of get
ting it up there. So he pro
cured an old match box, put
his money, some filly dollars, in
it and deposited above the ceil
ing between the joists. No
further attention was paid to it
until several days elapsed when
Mr il..lhought he d take a look.
But alas! the uncertainty of
human events, it was. gone.
The first thought was that it
was stolen by a biped in hu
man shape; but a noise as if
mde by mice had occasionally
been heard. Now, Mr. II. can
"smell a mice" as well as any
body, and he watched, like an
industrious cat, and finally
tracked a mouse to its hiding
place where he found some
eighteen dollars in bills and
some four d liars in fractional
currency, the greater portion
of the latter being badly mu
tilaitd. Mr. II. says there is
tinoiher mouse in the house,
that has the remainder ot the
money, and which he expects
to capture, but at last accounts
he had not yet succeeded.
Our advice is, to persons
having money to save, to put il
in the bank, where it will in
crease and do some pood, not
be idle. Thus you will relieve
the stringency of the money
market and benefit yourselves
a? well as vour n-ighl ors.
The Judgeship.
Major t'heiiitigton's defeat
was accomplished by fraud on
the part of certain Republican
managers in Pike county, who
caused the tickets to be print
ed with the matter of Judge
ship entirely omitted from the
ticket. The principals in the
Iruud, we understand Irom
those who should know, were
old Wei more, Wells S. Jones
and George D. Cole. Let them
speak out in meetin'and let us
know whether they are guilty
or not guilty, lhere are a good
many folks in this district who
woulJ like to know you kuow
I3y omitting the office alto
gether .they succeeded in de
ceiving the voien ot the coun
ty to effectually that the mat
ter was nut discovered except
in one township until alter the
polls . were closed. In thai
township the people corrected
the fraud by writing Cberring
ton's name on the tickets, bu
the discovery was not made
until many of the blank tickets
had been cast. The people ot
the county on discovering the
swindle were justly indignant
and to excuse their rascality
they are now representing Ma
jor Cherrington as a one-horse
lawyer, unfit for the position
and DuHadway as the best
lawyer and most accomplished
gentleman in the universe. We
hope the people will some day
have the pleasure of Major
Cherrington's acquaintance so
they may see what lying ras
cats the men are who swindled
tbttn. Judge Dutlad way's ac
quaintance they will have
plenty of ilhie and opportunity
to cultivate.
PRKAtfHiitO at the Presbyter
ian (Jimrcb, next Sunday.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Sheriff to Eliza' Kriebel, 2
acres, adjoining Iiamden, Clin
ton township, $1,000.
Harrison Priest to B. F
Johneon, 3 acres and 52 rods,
Swan township, 250.
Wm. II. Black to R. S. Mor
gan, 1 acre, Knox township,
$70.
R. S. Morgan to Angelina C.
Canny, 1 acre, Enox township,
$300.
Angeline 0. Canny to Mich
ael D. Canny, 4 acre, Knox
township, $150.
Michael D. Canny to Geo.
G. Lewis, acre, Knox town
ship, $175.
L. E. Slnnons to Benson
Dunkle, 3 acres, Swan town
ship, $200.
George Putnam to Andrew
Greathouse, 42 33 100 acres,
Knox township, $400.
Cornelius Karns, adminis
trator, to Isaac Dunkle, 80
acres, Swan township, $2 810.
Zaleski Company to Robert
G. Freeman, in-lot Nos. 143
and 177, Zaleski, $135.
W. W. Maddox to Samuel &
Tho8. Cramlet, 200 acres, Ilar-
rison township, $1,800.
Samuel & Thos. Cramblet to
R. M. Clark, 200 acres, Uarri-
sun township, $1,800.
At the last examination of
teachers the following named
persons received certificates,
as follows:
For 12 month, Wm. 11.
Milier, Craven Sbively, E. II.
Chandler, M. M. Cherry, and
A. W. Salts.
For 6 months, Miss Angie
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk.
Mrs. Ham, of Canterbury,
Massachusetts, who was ren
dered speechless by a shock ol
lightning in July, 1872, has had
her voice restored by the birth
ol a child. This is a new way
to cure a ham.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Hugh Kilt-y unci Small Slant.
Jacob W. Itceves aird Missouri A.
Bowman.
Irvla C. Wright and Lizzie A. Ma-
gee.
Thomas J. Lyons and Sarah Ann
Brewer.
Samuel Pi Zit'gler and Sarah E. Jlc-
CIuiioii.
Conrad Use and Katie Sclioll.
William W. Kay and Wary Dozer.
John A. Wickllno and Julia M.
Uuudley.
Jacub Earnhart and Elizabeth Ed-
son.
William Clurk and Sophie Jane Oal-
luyiier.
George Hutchinson and Elizabeth
Lewullen.
Samuel Glassburn and Era L. Bod
lug.
Samuel Carney and Mary Ann Eby.
On hi W. Llgliifuot and Atina Mu
rla Stanley.
BIRTHS.
In McAi tliur, on the l'ith lust, to
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Booth', a daughter.
DIED.
At the residence of her father.
Henry Uu.mics, iu Eagle township,
Vinton county, O., October 13, 1873,
of consumption, Mary D., wtteof don
atliau. Brine, jr, iiged 23 years,
mouths and 24 days.
The destroyer had fastened its fangs
on her v I tills, and she lingerPd lor
some time, struggling between life
death. Stimulated by a last ray of
hope, she bought in the home of her
parents an u.-yluln to recover her
health. The partner of her joys and
sorrows who had accompanied her re
turned to their residence iu MeArthur,
to procure some preserved fruit and
other needed articles. But belore he
returned again, she was already in the
eulbrace of the grim monster. She
was a liieiiiber of the McArthur Chris:
tlan Church, and her spirit departed
with the lull hope of a bleesed Immortality;
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacis $3.00
Corn 61)
Oats 40
Wheat 1.30al.4O
Beans 2.5U3.00
Potatoe 600
Dried Apples 7a
Dried Peaches 3.'j0
HavVtnn 13 00
Hams, country 12'A
' sujrar cured.
Smoked Mdes ,....i 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork j 7
Krg8 .10
Butter i
Lard
Chickens, live 15.1.25
Hocking Salt per bbl. 2.40
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish 9.00
Rio Coffee 2530
Co flee Sugar
Deuiarafa " 12a.
Cuba " , VM
Mew Orleans Molasses 80a 1.00
Sorghum " 4050
Syrup . 75a.l.0O
Stari'andles, per lb
Tailow 15a20
Soap, ccmiitry per lb 6a6
CLecse M .....-.-
Oai. oar bus... 78
Wool? .
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15
15
.25
.20
SHERIFF'S SALE
State or Ohio, Wnton County
. frrsnci i Et.adee, FlaictiBi
aaaiasT
George W. Miller, Defendant.
In Yinion County Court of Common
Fleas. An Order of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of an Order of
8ale laaued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, and tome directed
as bhenflofaaid county, I will oiler for sale at
thedonrof the Court House, in the town Ol
HvArtbur, Viuton County, Ultio, on ,
Saturday, the 1st Day of November,
A. D. 1873,
at the hourofl o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements to
will twenty. lite feet nit of the south aide of
in-lotNo. fourteen, (14) in the town of&des
kl, Vin'on count v, Oh.oj said premises be
ing twenty-five, feet front by 1M) feet rtoep.
sa.d preniiaea being Cully decriled and laid
down on platof said town made by Lewis W.
Birtoiil topographical engineer on (he iblh
day of December, lnt3.
Appraiet at one hundred and ninety dol
lars itiau and must bring two-thirds of that
sum
To he sold ss the property of Oeoree W.
Miller to sntisly an order of sal., lasued from
the Court ot Common pleas in favor ol Kran
cis Hhades.
TKKMS OFSALKi Cnh in hand nn the day
or sale. UKOHUE HAI.EK,
bheritt Vliiion County.
K. A. BaATTOM, Attorney forPlaintiU.
October 2, A. 1. !(?. 5w
Times Tor Iloldlnt; Courts lii
the Seventh Judicial
District.
ORDER.
PURSUANT to authority cf law.lt Is hereby
ordtred lb it the several terms or the Court nf
Co'iinmu Fleas an I the IMslrlct Curt witbln anil
for the Sevenih Judicial District for tlia yrar
1874 be bald at the dates following, to wit .
District Court.
Wsih Ington, A ril 9; Mrigs, April 13- Otllla,
April IK; Lawrence, Ap'il u; Scioio, April 1;
Fikn, April '.'7; Perry, Aiiiuat24; KalrrWd, Au.
giixtUT; llucklua- Ati(itJI; Alliens, tepiemuer
3; Viuton, September 7; Jackson, tSeulmilwr 9.
t'ourt of Common Plena.
IISJT SUBDIVISION.
Perry Jannsry 2tj My 4; September 2J.
Hocking t'ebrusry III; May Octolsr 19j
Jfairtteld March 9; JunsS; Novembers',
SSCOMD StlSDlVHIOW.
lawrsoce January 27; May 8; September 22;
8lito-Mnrth2; Jons I; October 19.
Jackatn IVbruary ti; May A i O.-tober 12.
I'lke Jlar. b 31; Jan. 12; November 17,
Vli.ton February V; May 6, September 14.
THUD ItlluivISION,
Oil'l. Februarv 'I; April 2T; September 14.
Meigs February 2?; May 14; Octolier 6.
Washington March '!; May 21; October 19,
Alhfni Jlarch 23; Jims II; November IB,
And It is lurllier ordered that due record snd
publication of the fuiegolug be made according to
ls-
VVItnesa our hands this 10th day of September,
A. I). 187 1.
dll.AS H. WRIOIIT,
JolIN J HAMPER.
T. A. PLANTS, VJudges,
vt lb LI A 31 Ik ll An 1 1 nun,
KUAbTUS A. OUTHltl,
8TATK OFOHIO,
Vintus 1,'ountt; ss j
I.O. W. Holland, Clark of the Court of Com
mun Pleas within and far said county and State
heieby Certily I lie foregoing to be a true copy ol
the original order now on tile in my ofiice. .
- V IT!
t. S.j- Bel
Witness His Ham! and tin hshi or earn
Court at Mc Arthur, tins 'iai uay ol
September, A. V. 1H7II
U. W, UULibANU,
Clerk
2uctl873 3w
Legal Notice.
JOHN b..V. JONES, a nen-renldent of the
coU"ty of Vinton, Ohio, will take notice that
puisuant to an bnterof tbeConimi-tlom-rs of Raid
Vi,. ..... ...... Ill In lnuila mt tlini. Mantan,!...-
euion A. I) 1S7:I, viewers and a surv)or Were
... j ... 1 . ... .1 l... ... . I... I 1 I .
uirecieu 10 meet a. me uursui aiKi ie,i iiii.ij
county, on tue
28th Day of October A. D. 1873
M the hour of 10 oVIock In th torflnoon of laid
day, to view ami -urvey the r mem n certain conn
ty rond pi itlttiit tj fur by Mm tin Dtiffy and oth
orn iltnti m innm iirm n.'iaii s i n uu mr
ef Abel VjlU, at Hie foot of tho hill on tile
W 1 ili-MNvillM ntutl. ihfl r a nurtlierlv il.riH'tiiin
sl.u aK. ami Kdsiv (nI4tai ihp.iliirh lilt
lands of Abel Wells, of John D W. Jones, of
Martin suiiicy, ot uuuara r leicner ana ii Amos
llarlley, to a point on the Jackon road, at tin line
iK iweeii tlm lanusul aaia Amos uarnpy auu saio
UAHiin cut 1 1, rrincipai reiuioner.
Seplomlier 25, 1873. 4w
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
AND THlC CHROMO
YO-SEMITE.
Bitvlnu control nfthe maiini Scent oil chro
md. Vo Semite, we are able to otters comhin
stint, of literary snd nriiatin work ol genuine
worm, ana ni.prmrs unpre;enemeu
Thin Hue copy of a piece of Nature's grand
eat wnrk.ia not nresented in the uaiinl hm
ited style, He dimension?, I4x2u, makihg a
picture ol very nesirnnie -ise in iifen.
AN ORNAMENT TO THE KOOM
irraced hv it- Dresence.
tiut a lew copies 01 mis oeaiuuui mromu
will be allowed to go to the retail stores, aod
those will be hom at ineir
Actunl Hetnll Prlcet tO.OO,
which ifordceil inconuectinn with our Mag
aiiue, both will be furn'ehed for
Sl50.
As a premium the picture may bo ohlntned
by aeniling u two suowripiiona lor me mag'
sine at one dollar each, or by aubacrbing to
the Magnsine two years in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Aniresa,
WUOI UUUSEllOLil MAGAZINE,
, Newbuigh.N T.
S.fc.SHi TES, Publisher. . 4eept
HAMDEN MILLS.
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON.
PEOPRIETORS
IIAIUDEIV, O.
WE have purchased and fitted tin the
nho've) Inills and solicit the trade ol the
farmers of this vcinity.
Special attention given to
CUSTOM WORK,
And cere given to please all customer. Mr.
A. A. L'OZZEMj. an einenenced miiler, ha.
charge ol the mill, and will not lail to deal
amy ana give general sausincuon.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST M ARRET PRICES
TuIlT COZZENS A JOHNSON,
S. F. CRAMER
HAMDEN.O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
llarncas. Saddles,
Urldleiij II a II er s
Wblps, purg. Truce
Chains. Hames, and all
Other Articles of SaddU'f.
My Inends and the flitolie generally are init
ed to rail and examine my. stock atrrl pit
ces. I make cood honeet work, use
OeSi BHK.K, UU .ell . tliv IU" fll-B.
and liianulsetnnng done to order, and all
Work (Van anted as Represented.
the
.FHIiSIllSullL
AT.
M.LEffi:. OB, lit,
Has just received
fall m wm MS
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PANIC
Consisting of Dry Goods, Ready-made Cloth
ing, Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Notions, &c. Call on me,
Ilsept 1873
100,00
inn
T
WORKERS,
SHOULD SEND FOR
"GEMS OF PRAISE"
34 IF .A. O-IE S,
MUSIC EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A ILong Needed Book
6 Cents Post Paid
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNATI, 0.
T
S FBIIT CI
GLASS & STONE FRUIT JARS.
Large Stock
BEST ARTICLE OF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the
POR CEL AIN KETTLES,
And every article used in
Also a full line of Hardware and,
MoueFiiriiiehiiigood?
at the lowest figures at IIUII'S, 2 doors east of .Post-
Office.
PIANOS
SflSaaasMsanl
1 am agent for the sale ot
Smith's American.
;co Wood A; Co.',
Spans', nutl
Slvoniucr & Co.'s
o ir, a- a. isrs,
' am also agent for
STEiXW4Y'S,
D4CO & OA II It'S,
. F. C. LIGHT &CO.',
J. F. II 4 KR I A CO.'S,
AD URADDl'Ul'S PI.4'OSj
This list incladea all thedifterent grnctes of
pianoe and organs msde, some of them be
ing excellent instruments at very reasonable
prices. .. -
During the vaoatlon tit lonear, I will offer
theee instruments lower than they can be'.bv
tained elsewhere. 1 Invite my friends and the
public iienerally to examine the slock snd
frioes of deslersin the oil annel-ewhere. ss
ean attord to and will sell cheaper than par
Jiee who are at a heavy expense in traveling
about the country with wagons, or are paying
enormoii" rents and inouranee for palatial
stores Not being at this expense ( will xive
purr-hssers the benefit ol that fact in making
sales. .
Give mearnll t my residence, and I will
guarantee aa'isfaction in prices, durability,
tone and Inisb of all lu-truments sold. All,
instruments warranted in every respect (or
. five years
Minlatrrs, Cherches Bnf Soada'y
fichooU supplied at luweet ratesV
III. U. BARNES
High Bt., two doors west of H'ar'tef,
ISiun McARTai'R, O.
Ph
a new supply of
AT -
PRICES.
THUS. A. MtilAUK.
or S5 Per Hundred
at low Figures.
brick dust quality.
the canning and preservin
line.
3liul
AND ORGANS.
SCHOOL
EH
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