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SPECIAL NOTICES.
VVUULESALi:.
FALL OF 1073.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
STAPLE NOTIONS,
AT 10W RATES AND LIBERAL TERMS.
S. C. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILL1C0TI1F, 0.
tttpt mi
FRUIT JRS
AND
JELLY (J LASSES.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STItET.
CIIILLICOTIIEyOIIIO,
INVITE the attention of men-hunts and fttr
nnieinea to the large mock of the above ar
tolesjim received. We will Ml at In very
lowot 6 ((lire, to lha trade. Order solicited
and promptly attended :o. 4Ul
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEiVI 1ST,
McArtliiir, Ohio.
Pirtieulnr attention given to the treatment
fine natural teeth.
J. F. TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Quod and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. l'Jeptiy
Notice to Teachers.
TUE BOA It D of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st nod 3rd Siturduys of March,
April, May, September, October and
Kuveinber, und the let Suttirdny in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each ycur. Ex
oiinations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
aioral oharacter will be required in nil
oases. A fee of 50 cents is required
kj law from each Applicant.
M. U. I(AKES t'li'n Hoard of
J. S. MJUtf, V School Ex-
L. O. PliltL'UE, Cl'k, J uminers.
Howard Saitltury Altl Associa
tion. Far lha Relief and Cure ol the Erringand Uu
forltluuteou Pri ncl 1 of Christian
Pluliiuihropy.
' Kssays on the Errors of Youth, nnd the tbl
llts of Age, in relation lo Marriage noil Sociul
Eula, with sanilmy aid for the ntHicled
nt free, in eealeJ envelopes. Address,
HJWAKD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.'.'iudl
akin, Pa.
M5 ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F,
.uiawvu. T EG 11 1. A R Meetings ofthis En-jSK,'-
IVampineiit will herenfter be
(,,-ld ou the second mill lnt
''""Sr," Wt'ilnriwlity evfiiliiHn of ncli
Munlli. 1'ntrniiihH , iiln-r eiKHinpim-ui
who may be vis'tirg on i 4in sre inviie'l to
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WOOLEN MILL.
UJXL0N,10UST0N&C0.
PBOPBIE OES.
HAVING fitted up our. machinery in first-cliu-s
style, wa are prepared to do
CAEDINQ, 8PLNSING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most workman
.... like manner . We have on hand and for aale
at onr factory, good supply of
WOOLEN UOOD5,
Such as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will aell cheap
, The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool.
HOUSTON, DILLON 0,
Alleosville, Vintou 0 ,0.
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SCALES FOR SALE
V FAIRBANK'H
. QTOUk and Ore Bwlea aa good an new,
t5al ai (Kf low urire. Call on
for
arorn H.0. JOKES Attorney.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Common Pleas Court con
venes November lOih.
"Tub melancholy days have
come, etc.
Cmillicotue ezpecta to Lave
glass works next spring.
Ti E Ross county Grangers
had a feast at Chillicotbe last
Saturday week.
Now is about the time for
the weather seers to make pre
dictions concerning the com
ing winter.
Sono lor the cold mornings
"lie it ever so humble," There's
no plate like Imsii.
A flocK of wild geese passed
over McArthur last Sunday, go
ing Southward.
DtiPiTK bad weather the
work on the railroad is pro
greasing rapidly. Pay your
subscriptions.
Wk noticed Arch. Norris,
lorrnerly Shei ifl of Vim on
county, on the streets last
Week. Arch hails irotn "Way
down in Tennessee."
The luneral t-ermon of Mollie
D. Brine will be preached by
Elder J 1J. Ewing, next Sab
bath, at half past teu o'clock,
in the Christian Church.
It will hardly te worth while
lor the ntxt live years at least,
to expect any reforms in the
sale ol itituxicuting liquors in
this town. Free and eusy is the
word.
The condition of the roads
between here and the station,
is suggested by the inscription
that meats the eje on entering
Charley Burne'l's liack: 'Pay
uow, you may never reiuru."
We have read llani.-on Lyle's
pathetic letter in the E quirer.
We sympathize with him over
his deleat. It is liko the Meas
les, Harrison. You will never
have il but once.
Hon. Le De Martin, of Vin
ton, paid us a flying visit on
Saturday last. Also, John T
Raper, the versatile editor ol
i lie Record Irom the same
Scioto Gazette.
SlIADR CK llMMi KS, ail old
and reppccled rerid nt ol Ea
glpi township, dropped dead
one day last week, while chop
ping wood with two other men.
The men were trying to see
who was the fas' est chopper.
Did you ever hear the noi?e
of a quartz-crushing machine
when in lull operation? Well,
that in nothing compared to
he clatter that would Gil the
world if goufl resolutions were
madeot glass or crockery ware.
mm
Statistics show a steady in
crease in the export of boots,
aaiounling, in the last year
from which returns are availa
ble, to an increase in amount
of nearly two million dollars
over the previous year.
The election ol Wra. Allen
is nuts lor the small fry Dem
ocratic politicians throughout
tbe state, and is a God send to
the Republican party. Already
500 applicants are beseigm Al
len lor appointments to the
trifling offices which he has to
fill.
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Women are coming to their
senses about, fashions. We
heard a young lady remark to
another, on the street yester
day, that "Biased tucks and
pinkered fiutings, were out of
8iyle,"and that, gored flounces
double twisted fore and alt,
only were worn." Please reach
us that Technical Dictionary-
The seasou ol many grained
ears of corn, long sweet pot a-,
toes and enormous pumpkins,
is about over. Thanksgiving
day is drawing near. Any
large fat turkeys left on our ed
itorial table will be duly no
ticed in our editorial columns,
and cooped for tbe eventful
day. Which will be the "bun
tvr township," on. turkey bl
Effect of the Panic.
The effect ol the decline in
stocks was noticed for tbe first
time in McArthur, last Thurs
day The House of Shively
on presentation of a check by
the House of Dunkle refused
payment. The protest imme
diately caused the stock ol tha
house of Wolf, Pearce & Co. to
decline to the extent of a show
case glass and several bottles
ot perfumery. The house of
Drake proferred assistance to
the house of Dunkle, and told
it not to lose its wind, but to
raise it. Both parties are on
their feet again.
Boys
Those little ltamlswerc ne'er mnJe, Ac"
First Organization of Common
Pleas Court in Vinton Co.
The first Court held in Vin
ton county was organized
March 29, A. D. 1850, with the
following officers: Joseph Ka-
lir, Jacob G. Will, liirani G.
Daniel, Judges; Francis Shades,
sheriff; Lalayette White, Clerk.
The following persons were
Grand Jurors:
Robert Aiken, David Hays,
Lemuel Dixon, Ephraim Pratt,
Jacob Shnckcy, John Dowd,
Henry Reynolds, Isaiah Smith,
Christian Yager, Solomon Red
fern, John Walker, Charles
Brown, Amos Chapman, Enos
Mullen and David fjnes, tore
men. So snys the 1st page ol
he first volume of said Court.
The Jronton and Lawrence
mills bre both stopped. The
Belfont is pounding away, but
will probably cease operations
next week. If possible, they will
effect arrangements to run until
their large supply of metal is
worked up. The Belfont furnace
will blow out as soon as their
coal is used up which will he
Portsmouth
Republican.
Oh, dear! Oil dear!
I reel so queer,
1 ilou't know ulnit to do,
I guess 111 go to Lnii'z &Sry's
And jret uu oyster stew.
If you want a can of good
oysters, you can get them of
Lanlz & Sry. They alst) serve
up oysters in eveiy style at
their saloon raw, stewed
bal e! or tried, and William's
words ure as soft as the fallii g
evening dews and Aaron's
mile like a 1 enediciion. Give
(hem a call at their slaud in
the room formerly occupied as
a picture gallery, north side ol
Main street.
We have been shown by
Capt. Win. J Rannells, a very
fine specimen ol cannel coal
taken from some West Virgin
ia lands. There ate 7000 acres
ot these lands covered with fine
limber. I'hero are 3 veins of
the kind of coal shown us, two
of them 5 feet thick, and the
other 4 feet There are also
l wo veins of iron ore, one the
red ore 4 feet thick and the
other the "Black Band" ore, 2
leet thick.
The Captain informs us, that
there are other workable veins
ot coal besides the cannel coal
aggregating 50 feet of coal in
the clear. -Surely here is a
mine of wealth awaiting capi
tal and enterprise.
Practical jokes are nice
things when they do not react
on the originator.
Our young friend who shall
bd nameless here although
we mean Lans Abbey is tond
of a joke. Lately he and U C.
Jones and Tom Fee; two others
whom we shall not name, were
together when Lans proposed
to II. C. that i hey should have
a sham fight, that he, L, would
get a friend to back him and
that Id. C. should get Tom to
back him. The point of the
joke being that they should
make Thomas believe that it
was a bona fide fight.
Tom being a quiet kind of
a teliow in fact never saying
much it was thought that when
11. U. was getting the worst of
I he fight that Tom would not
come to the rescue.
The upshot ot the matter was
that when the n, a tier was ar
ranged they went at it Tom
did come to time and Lans
hearing something drop looked
around and lound it to be him
self. Explanations follow, d
and no serious results took
place.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Zaleski Compuny - to - Wm.
Hennessey, 15 acres, Madison
tp 5375.
L. B. Lyons to Anthony
Rearley, in lot No. 151, and N.
i of 152. Zaleski, $1,000.
Wm. Weekley and wife to
J. J. Shockey and wile, in lot
No. 76, McArthur, $500.
Lemuel Clark to Wm. Wyatt,
49 acres, Richland tp., 31,600.
B. F. Johnson, etal to liar
rison Priest,340 acres,Swan tp.,
$15,000.
Anne A. Ives et al to Doug
las Putnam, 760 acres, in Alli
ens, Meies and Vinton coun
ties, $5,000.
Wm. Randerson to Sarah E.
Zeigler, 80 acres, Richland tp ,
$750.
Jno. N. Greene to Geo. D.
Reab, 7, 68100 acres, Madison
I p., 300.
Thos. B. Davis lo Rachel
Snyder, in-Iots Nos, 286, 237,
288 289, McArthur, Davis', ad
dition, $250. .
Edward llolland fo D? P.
Cu.ry, part of in-lot No. 47, 25
feet front, McArthur, $1,200
John R. Harden to Perry
Kinney, deed lor a road, Jack-
8,m tp., $10
Lemuel Clark to Daniel Co
zad, etal, part of in-lo's Nos. 5
and 6, Allensville, and 3 acres
of land in Richland township,
$1000.
The Mayor of Straitsville
was in town on yesterday, tak
ins notes on the municipal
Logan
Sentinel.
Mayor ought to come
over to McArthur and take
copies of the notes our Mar
shal keeps of the disturbances
within the limits of tin's vil
lage. He would go away dis
gisied with the "municipal
management" of this place.
McArthur Enquirer.
That Mayor ought to hear ol
the great compensation our
Marshal receives. It has here
tofore required fine municipal
management to keep Bn wen's
"white Barbers" and fraveht'c
printers straight.' ;' ..
The following are the official
majorities for tbe Judge of the
Court ol Common Pleas i;i this
sub division :
Cherrrnfctoh. DuHadway.
Jackson 120
Pike 1309
Scioto 332
Liwrence 702
Vinton 574
1154 18S3
1154
DuIIadway's mnjorily....729
Gentlemen's collars appear
to be increasing in size,' to
keep pace with the ruffles ol
the ladies.
A large sum of money is
not required, but simply a lit
tle taste in arranging things to
make them look pleasant and
iiviting to the eye.
MARRIED:
CLINE-BROWN.-At the rest
uVnce of the bride's parents. on Thurs
day miiriiinjr, October 23J, by Rev.
tV.T. Jones, Mr. Georqk W. Clink.
of Wilkesville, Vinton Co, O. to Mies
Mamk P. Brown, dnuhur of J. p.
Biown. Esq, of Balnbridge, Boss Co
Ohio.
DIED.
!Nbar McArthur, on the 64th Inst,
of consumption, Arruuida, wife of
Ptinrls Winters. Agcnl .5 years.
Near McArthur, on the 2Gth Inst,
of consumption, Alice Bay. .Aged 20
years. :
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sack.... $200
Corn ,50
Outs.... 40
Wheat 1.30al.4O
Beans ;..2.BU3.00
Potatoes 60(jO
Dried Apples 75
Dried Peaches 3.00
Hav ton 15.00
llama, country 12)4
" sugar cured 18
Smoked Mdes 10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 7.8
KJfKS 10
Butter 25
Lard 58
Chickens, live 15x25
Hooking Salt per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish... 800
Rio Coffee , 2530
Coffee Sugar . 15
Demarara " 12a.I5
Cuba 12
New Orleans Molasses SOal.OO
Sorghum " 40g50
Syrup 75ft.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb ,. .25
TaJlow - 16a20
Soap, country per lb 6a6
CLeeae . .20
Oai. pflrbus. ,78
Wool V ,
SHERIFFS SALE
State of Ohio, ronton County
Franei i Shades, FIsmtiB,
laaiaar
George W. Miller, Defendant.
In Vinlon County Court of Common
l'ltat An Order of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of n Order of
Sal issued from the Court nf Common
Plena of Vinton Count), so l to me directed
aa bhuriR of said county, I will oltcr foi aale at
theilonrol ths Court House, in the town ol
McArthur, Viutoo Counir, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 1st Day of November,
A. D. 1873,
at the hour ofl o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenement, to
wit: twenty-Hve feet orl of the south aide of
in-lnt No. fourteen, (14) in the town of Zxles
ki, Vin'oo county. Oh. o; said premises be
ing tmeniy-five feet front by l&u feet 'tep.
aa.d premies being lully dewrilied and laid
down on platof .aid town made by Lewis W.
Sitloid toiiographii-al engineer on ths ttith
day of December, ISiht.
Appraived at one hundred and ninety dol
lars if ltlu aud must bring two-thirds of that
sum
-To he sold as the property of George W.
Miller to sntisly an order of aale, lasued from
the Court ol Common lieus iu favor ol Kran
cia Shades.
TEKMS OF6AI.F: Tnh in hind on the day
of sale. UKOKftE KALCK,
blientt Vinton i ouuty.
E. A. Bsattok, Attorney for I'lamtirl.
October i, A. it. I3. B
Timettfor Holding Courts In
the Seventh Judicial
District.
ORDER.
I)UR8UAKT toaathorltjrcf law.lt Is hereby
ordered thit the nrml terns of the Court of
IVnnmu I'leuan I tin lliairlct Curt wlihlu and
fr t l,o Sevemli Judicial Ki.trict fur lha yrar
1874 be held at lbs dates following, to wit .
District Court.
Washington, Arll0; Melga, April 13- Gtllia,
April IK; Lawrence, Apiil hi; Srlutn, April 1;
Pike, April 7; Perry. Annual 1M; t.hlVlu, Au.
gimt 27; Hocking Aiigiiitill; Allien., September
il; Viulnu, Septeuiber7; Jackson, September 9.
Court of Common Plena.
FIRST il'BDIVISION.
Perry January 20; Mny 4; September 28.
Hex kliK l'l. ruary 111; May &r; Octul er 10.
y.irtieM-llurtli ; June 8; November .
IICOND Il'BOIVlStOlf.
Lawrence January 27; May 6; September 22;
8rl..to -Msrcti 2; June I; UcMier ID,
Jack.cn February 2-1; May 2.1 ; O. lober 13.
Pike Mar.li 111; June 22; November 17,
Vli ton KoUruary V; 11 ly ft, September 14.
THIRD 81'DUIVIMOX.
Ch1'I February 2; April 2T-, September 14.
Meliti February 2?; May 14; October b.
Wa.hiugton March '; May 21; October 19.
Allien. Sluich 2:1; June II; November 16,
And it is lurtlier onlored that dus record and
publication of the foieguing be made according to
iaw-
Witness onr kmae Oils 10th day of Scptcn.bor,
A. 1. 187 I.
SILAS H. WRIOIIT, 1
JiillN J II A II I' E It,
T. A. PLANTS, Judges.
WILLIAM K HASTINGS,
LHASilS A. (JUTIIKIli,
STATE OFOIITO,
VixTna CotKTr; as J
1,0. W. Holland , Clerk of rtie Court ft Com
mon Pica, within and fur said c uuty anA Stat
iicieiiy ortity in rorefjning to us a irna copy o I
the original oriler now on Hie In my iitflce.
I- ' 1T1
u 8.J Se'l
Witnrm my hatiu and tin al or Krid
Court at UcArtliiir, this 2 .d day vl
September, a. i. l7 l
U. V. IIUl,UAMl,
Clerk
2octl873 3w
Legal Notice.
JOHN D. W. JONES, a nen-reident nf the
coii"ty of Vinton, Ohio, will take notice tlml
pni mailt to an order of IheConiinl-.ion-rs of said
Vloton county. Ohio, made at their September
ecsiun A. I), 1H7.I. viewers a.ld a mirVHyi.r were
uirerieu lo meet al ins barsor A Del nells In said
county, ou the
28th Day of October, A. D. 1873,
at the hour nf 10 o'clock In lha forenoon of said
day, to view and .urvey the r uteofa certain culm
ty road peiitioned fur by Sim tin lltilTv mid nih
ers from a Hiiit nearapair otbars ou the prem
iwi er AM Well., at Die foot of the hilt on Mie
Wilkesville road, Ilia Co a northerly direction
itlong the shortest nnd best route through the
Inuil of Aliel Wells, of John D W. Jones, of
Mart m Duftey, -of EUaard Fletcher and of Amoa
Hartley, toa point-on the Jackmn road, at lh line
between tho lands of said Amos Hartley and said
r.uwarit r letcher. the place ol teimluiis
SIAHTIN ItVKFV, Principal Petitioner.
September 25, 1S7J. 4w
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
AND THtC CHROMO
n.ivini control of the magnificent oil chrn.
mo, Yo Semite, we are able In oltera comhin
allot, of literary anil aritsttn wor of genuine
worm, nnq nt prices unprex-enenieii
This fine copy of a niece of NatuTe'a irnnd
est work, is not presented in the usual lim
ited style, its dimeneione, 14x20, making a
pictured very nesirame aiu in iisen.
AS OnMAMESiT TO THE ROOM
graced by it- presence.
Hut a lew cobres of this beniitifnl ( hromo
will be allowed to go to the retnil stores, and
those will be sold at their
Aetnnl HetiiU PrIO, Sfl.OO,
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
ail no, both will be furn'ehed for
$1.50.
As a premium the picture may be obtained
by sending us two suWriptions for the Mag
sine at one doilai each, or by atibscrbing fo
the Magazine two years in advance, at one
dollar per annum. Address,
WOOl'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE,
Newbujh.N Y.
8. E.SHi TES, Publisher. 4iept
HAMDEN MILLS.
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETOHS
IIAflliEA, O.
TXTE have nvirohaaed and fitted up the
v above mills ahd solicit the ttada ol the
farmers ol this vcinity.
Special attention given lo
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to please all customers. Mr.
A. A. COZIK.N8, an experienced miller, has
charge of the mill, and will not tail to deal
fairly and give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an I for aale at
LOWEST 31 ARKET.PRICES.
TuilT COZZENS k JOHNSON.
S. F. CRAMER,
HAMDENi O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles,
Urldlpfi, Hall erg,
Whips, Mpurs, Trace
Chains. Barnes, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
My fnends and the pontic genera! W are Ihvit
ed to rail and examine my stock and pit
res. 1 make) good hnnet work, use the
beet stock, and sell al tht very lowest prices.
REP AJERING
and manufacturing done to order, and all
YO-SEM
Work larunted ti Eej'tatedf
lias just received a new supply of
FALL AND MER GOODS
pamc
Consistinc of Drv Goods. Eeadv-made Clotli-
ing, Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
ana rocKet uutiery, IN
I Inept 1S73
100,000a
SHUT
WORKERS
SHOULD SElND FOR
"GEMS 0E PHAISE"
34 XA.O-ElS,
31USI1; EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY" NEW.
A ILoiig Weeded SBook.
PMflCE & CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or S5 Per Hundred
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN &CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
CINCINNATI, 0.
mum cms
GLASS & STONE FUU1T 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
Mouse Furnishing GS pods
at the lowest -figures at IIUIIX'S, 2 doors cast of Tost
Office. 31juV
PIANOS
I am ngeht for the sale 6f
Smith's Amcricnn,
-co.Vood Sc Co.'s,
Spaiig'ii, tind
Shoiiinger & Co.'s
OIR, C3-.A. IsTS.
am alao agent for
STE!UT4Y'S,
I! 4 CO? & C.4 Illl'S.
V. C. LIGHT & tO.!,
. J. F. I14KIIK & t O.'.,
ASID UU 4UIII Ul'S riA.VOS.
This list includes all thedtflerent grades ol .
piano, and organ, made, some of them bo
ing excel len t instruments at very reasonable
pricea.
linringthe vaeation or longer, t will oBer
theee instrttmeats lower the.- they can be ob
tained elsewhere. I invite my friends nnd the)
public generally to examine the stock and
rricea ol dealers in the cit ana elsewhere, aa
can atlnrd to and will sell cheaper than par
lies who are at sheary expense in traveling
aboul the country with wagona.or are pnyinz
enormoti" rents and insnrance for palHtial
Stores Not being at this expense I will give
purchasers the benefit ol that fact in making
aalea. ,
Give me acall at my residence, nnd I win
guarantee satisfaction in prices, durability,
lone and luiah of all tntrumenta sold. All
m.tromente warranted in every respect for
Bve years
Mlnl.term rhnrrliea aad BuuiT
Bchooka supplied al luweat rate.
M. It. BABIXES,
H igh St., two doora west of Market,
ljjun McARTHUB, 0.
-AT-
prices;
otions, c. tall on me.
'J m. A. MELL0R.
AND ORGANS. g
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