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FALL OP 1073.
BUCK GOODS, HOSIERY,
AT LOW BATES AND LIBERAL TERMS.
S. O. SWIFTi
24 Paint Street, '
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT STltET. '
CIIILLICO THE, OHIO,
ImVlTC the attention of merchants and fur
naoeinen to lh Ihtm etoi-k of Hie above ar
teles just received. We will veil l I very
lowM Sguree to Ihe trade. Order. solicited
and promptly alteuded :o. 24Ul
RESIDENT i) i; Ml vr,
Particular attention given to the treatment
of lb natural teelli.
J. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer, to the Merchants and Furnace
men of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
Ibc most favorable. I'Jeptij
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet lit the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st nd 3rd niurdnys of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the let itiiriliiy in
January, February; Jtwe, July, Au
j ust and December, in euoUycur. Kx-ai-i
tations to commence at tun o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
Miral character will be required in all
"eases. A fee of 50 cunts hi required
ky law from each Applicant..
M. It. HAKAES-LVn oard of
J.M. IllltlX, Uchiiol Ex-
L. U. fKUL'UK.CI'k, J miners.
fit LL-l-JLlj.. -4 - ...
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
. .., , . tlOII. . ,,
For th Relief arid Cure oi the Brnugand Un
fart mute nil Principles of Christum
. f bilmilliroiy, '
Saeayn on the Errors of Vouth. and the'toN
lie. of.iiie.jii relation' id Murringe nnd Social
Kfili.,, Villi MMu'i'lttiy kill for. Ihe afflicted
Seal tree In 'aeuled' 'envWrtpeja.' ' Addres,
JIJIT IU AWILllllil) DUA 1 I I I..
chilli Pa., ' , ' . , , .
; NO. 115, 1, 0, 0.F.
a-jsi - T'i':i"'AKMo,'''l,,:"n,lhi"E"
'J5?3!Sw-- i-Visnipmeiit -will hereafter be
Sfchi-ld' on 'the nomml and lne
'rs! AVtilnrealmy evcHlune of fiit-h
MHIIIM. , lilv,llilK il.... Jiljl VWUIIIII m
who may'tie vlsUmi on, .1111 lire uniioi o
mi-id. ' 1 ' t J.I rt'll.i , G. I
J..B : K,rin. S
M--trlliiir, K.ln 17. iH'il.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
AVINQ Sited ud our mnehiuerv in first-
claea style, we ire prepared tu do
OABDING, BPIHHIBQ 4WEAVINQ
oa ehort nniire and in Ihe most vorKirnn
like mftitrMT We have on hand mid lor stile
t our utor;,a xood aupuly of
i - - ,
--rvr i ,. Bach as
Jearis, Flannels; Blankets, &c,
which we wlil sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
,n Paid for Wool,
: v .. HOUSTON, lilLLON O,
(U y ,. Ileoavilie, Vmiua 0 ,0.
MJALL8 FUU SALE
yoCK and Ore bonleii gooii a. new, for
iila it" verv low price.. Cull on
THE YINTON RECORD.
Ofllolal Organ of Vinton County.
Tub weather is fauicky."
Mud is oa ihe iucrease. Mon
ey scarce. " '
Tuk health of our town is
For a cheap waich trade,
eall ou David Lamz.
The poet Johu U. Saxe has
lately been lecturing in Chilli
cothe and Athens.
Ice made at I'arkesburgh,
tVet Virginia, Saturday, Octo
Our rue reliant a are making
grand displays ol dry goods
When 'Old probabilities" will
We pay' chsii lor paper and
labor. -McArthur Enquirer.
"The hoys say that you pay
principally iu long promises.
A petition has been filed
with tliederk ol the Court, to
declare null and void the late
ea. e, by the aasignee of the Cin
cinnati Furnace property.
We unuerstuiid that suits
have been instuled by Mrs
Seal, aggainst certain saloon
keepers in l Ins place, lor selling
liquor to her hu-band.
Twas uiglit. A warm cou
ple stood in the pale, cld
moonbeams. Tlieirl.ps touch
ed, and there was a sound like
a cow hauling her hoof out of
Juiis C. Ukkxas died on the
26ih uli., at Rawlins, on the
r.icilic Kailroud, while on his
way io Caiilortiia witu the
vie v of bfiicfninj his health
Consumption was his disease.
Eldkr J. t Ev.inq will preach
at the Christian Church, on
Saturday evening and Sabbath
uipriiiMg. IleV. W. 11 Beach
am, ot the United Brethren
Church will preach at the same
church on Sabbath evening.
' John Jones nas somo nion
elcr raddishes on exhibition at
his suloou, one ol them is
two feet long and weighs six
teen' pouiids. They were rais
ed on the ground back ol his
bliilding. (Jo away Cali oinia.
A trUoTWoktut ' German
newspaper states thai the
chills ot the I'olish mvetnenl
ate now at Frohsdoiff to gain
the Count de Ciiamburd s sym
pathies lor the re-establish-men
I ol an independent Cath
o lc Kingdom of t'oland.
Tom Allen, and Arthur
Chambers and Jack Madden,
tiis trainers, led Si. Louis last
Sunday mgl.l lor Omaha, w here
Allen will go into training lor
his tight with Uogan, iNoV. 15
tlugaii will finish his training
in St. Louis, and will probably
not leave before the 15'h.
The following is a list ol le
ters remaining in the posloi
fi- e at Ztleski, Nov.' 1st. 1873:
A Benson, Ade la Shriner,
Willy Vauscon, V. J Llrwick,
Ueo. W Miller, J. 11 Ma ouy.
Mattie Mttchel, J. Uuihrie,
John Guthrie, David Curran,
J. W. Oasev, Peter Burk, Ehz
abethFucle. J O. Will.P. M.
If country post offices had
existed in Job's time he would
have been sorely tried -but in
some other way he would
have received an appointment.
Postmas'ers are expected to
lick the stamps and answer all
questions, to lorward letters al
the mail has gone out, and to
never be absent, even at meals,
They are possessed of all pa
tience and are the mildest man
tiered set you ever saw.
The following is a list of lit
ter8 remaining in the pnstofSce
at McArthur, November 1st,
M'ss Lucy A. Bell, Lizz;e
Allison, A. J. Elliott, J. O.
11 a wk ins, Joseph Jenkins, Lou
lienuard, Maggie Kelly, Al
io ra Leach, Mr. Priest, RuUh
& Miles, Marv Smith, Corry E
Simes, Mattie 0. Vest, Mary
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Last Sabbath evening a
shooting affray took place
South of Allensville. Rev. G.
W. Pllcher had been holding a
meeting in that neighborhood,
and it seems that after - the
meeting was over a difficulty
arose between James Lyle and
another man named Douglas,
resulting in Lyle being wound
ed in the leg. by a pistol shot.
Tne difficulty arose from some
trouble about women, with
probably a little bad hisky
We understand that Doug
las has been committed to jail.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Nathan Dixon to II. C.
Ilaynes, quit claim, 210 acres,
Eagle township, $250.
Henry Reynolds, adminis
trator to Eli Reynolds, 26
96 100 acres, Elk tp., $1,550.
Washington . Keeton, guar
dian, to Joshua W. Davis 130
acres, Madison I p., and out lots
1,2, and 3, Pratlsvllle, $4,170.
Lleury Reynolds, administra
tor, to D. 0. Gill, 27 48100
acres, Elk tp., $2,504 25
Eliza Hull to S. B Snyder, in
lots 290, 291 aud 292, McAr
thur, $675. . .
Daniel Ankrom to
Belts, quit-claim, 60
Richland tp., $20
Sampson Ankrom to
Baits, quit claim, 60
Richlandtp, $20. ,
TI109. Ankrom to John Betts,
quit claim, 60 acres, Richland
t p., $50.
James Miller to John Lowry,
interest in mill properly, Mc
Jacob Clenents et al to G.
McA.&O. IJ R. Co.. 5 86-100
acres, Elk tp, $586.70.
Nelson Lee and wife to John
Schloltei buck,. JO-10 part iu-lot
37, Ml. Pleasant, $540.
Zaieski Compa y to John J
Hamilton, in-jot 154, Zaleski,
Tue Patrons of Husbandry
have already throughout the
country' G,9G3 subordinate
granges. Ou the 4th October,
1873 the number in the sever
al States stood as follows :
Alabamt, 94; Arkansas, 61;
Caliloruia, 75; Florida, 10;
Georgia, 213; Illinois, 652; In
diana, 421; Iowa, 1,811; Kansas,
577; Kentucky, 9; Louisiana,
24; Maryland, 2; Massachusetts ,
5; Michigan, 81; Minnesota,
358; Mississippi, 362; Miesouii
872; Nebraska, 9; New York,
11; North Carolina, 96; Ohio
147? Ornirrm 35? I'uiiiimV Valliat
, - - j -
26; South Carolina, 161; Ten
nessee, 158; Texas 23, Vermont,
27; Virginia, 3; West Virgin t.
16; Wisconsin, 209; Colorado 2;
Dakota, 20; Washington, 5;
S me scamp is passing him
self around the countiy as bn
agent for the Tom Thumb
Troupe. At Washington, Fay
ette county, he caused a no
tice to' be inserted in Ihe Her
ald, ol the coming of the
Troupe, secured a. Hall, left
tickets with a firm of the place
to sell, borrowed some monev
lor which be give orders on
he Troupe and then went ou
his travels, but the Tom Thuni
crowd he represented never
put iu appearance.
A fountain of water can not
be purer than its source, 80 the
a8 which govern a commu
nity must partake of the char
ucier of those who framed
i hem. Il we demand good
laws, we must elect good men
to make them. Il we desire
their impartial execution, we
must elect men who are above
reproach; whose integrity has
been tried", and whose sense ol
justice can not be influenced
by bribes or threats.
Capt. William Rannklls,
Prosecuting Attorney elect, of
Vinton County, was in. town
yesterday ,aud called on us. We
don't ex ictly know, but rather
thinK, Will, is trying to find
out whether or not it is true
that Logan has the handsom
est ladies in the country: at
least he lays: 'Behold, the
Republican. Death of a Prominent Chillicothe
- Charles W. Uilmore, a prom
inent lawyer of Chilliooihe, and
formerly for severt.1 years Pros
ecuting Attorney ol Ross coun
ty, died last Friday nig tit about
12 o'clock from an overdose of
chloral. He was engaged in a
case at the Court House; at 10
o'clock .be went home to his
room, and was heard to fall, aud
when picked up he was Insen
sible, lie was unmarried.
Thomas Lavall, a tanner
from McArthur, is in jail. His
wife was killed by lightning
last summer, and he lost two
children. lie is fearfully In
sane. He attacked a man at
Orange Furnace on Sunday
night, and had to be knocked
down and then tied. On Mon
day night he was put, iq jail
He screamed and yelled all
night. Early on Tuesday morn
ing he was found nakjd, his
fingers and toes brokenand
he was eating bis hands, and
arms. We looked in and we
never saw a more horrible
sight. He was stark - naked,
and very bloody. He would
seize the flesh on bis arm with
his teeth, and as the teeth
would slip from the skin, they
would crack together like the
jaws of a steel trap.
Dr. A. B Monahan went into
Ihe cell and succeeded in get
ting him to swallow an opiate,
by which lie was for a, time
quieted, and then secured.
We are sorry to learn the
above news We have been
arqtihin td with Mr. Lavall, a
number of years and know
him to be a hard working, in
dustrious man, and he 14 Ihe
owner ol a Gne piece of prop
erty in McArthur the result ol
his indusiry and economy.
' Tue Treasurer ol the Chesa
peake and Ohio tail way m is
sued a circular to bondholders
8 tying: . "The only way to re
establish the credit of the
company i to fund its entire
flo ttipg debt in income.bond,
to be paid out ol the net earn
ings of the road.' The "compa
ny has authorized the issue of
seven per cent, twenty-year
income bonds, to the amount
of $12,000,000,(0 be 'used in
retiring its flo iting ' debt, and
in funding interest that- may
accrue on ils six and seven per
cent, bonds." f
It is stated that Nebraska
representatives will next win
ter sm k to have the Sherman
Auuer treaty of 1863 with the
Sioux abrogated. It is claimed
that the treaty may be. 'voided
for two reasoni: Firs'., because
the buflalo ou the North Re
publican no longer warrant
the chase; second, because the
Sioux have violated the treaty
by fighting the Pawnees.
La sf Monaay Stokes wis
taken to Sing Sing to serve his
sentence for the murder of
Wm. Thomas Graves and Melissa
Lewis Henry Iluffand Serepta Shoc
tnnker. Jacob F. Miller and Sydney Harris.
Thomas F. Thacker aud Michel
Charles F. Hutching and Alice C.
John A.Lccy and Sarah C. Pile.
Hamilton Vanbibber and Ithoda
William Henry Clark and Julia Ann
Flour, per sacK... ....12.00
Dried App'.cs 1.25
Dried Peaches . . . ; 3.00
Hams. country .11)4
- suj;ar cured 18
Smoked ides . . .10
Pickled Pork . 7 8
Lard ; 38
Chickens, live 15.t.25
Hocking dalt per bbl :. . 2.40
Sacks ..." 15a25
White Fish 9.00
Rio Coffee , ;..2530
Coffee Suj?ar 15
Demarsra " 12a.l5
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1. 00
Starl'sndles, per lb 25
rr- i, . T .Wl
Soap, country per lb
Oat. uer bus
Wool MM. ..,..,
State of Ohio, Vinton County
Frtnei I Ehadtr, Fl.ir.tiB,
ASAIH.T " ' f
George W. Miller, Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
rteut An Order of Sale.
PlRSrNT to the t-nnimund of en Order ol
8nle inmied from Ihe Court of Common
Plea, of Vinton Count), and to me directed
a. bhenflof aaid county, 1 will orter lot Mile al
Iheilourol Ihe Court Houae. in Ihe town ol
McArthur, Viutoa Countr, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 1st Day of Hovember,
A. D. 1873,
at Ihe hour oft o'clock, P. M. of Mid day, the
fallowing deaerihed landa and te"emenii,- to
wil: Iwenly-A.e feet nit of Ihe ennlh aide ol
in-lot Mo. fourteen, (It) in the ton of Z ile..
kl, Vin'on county, lih.n; Mid preniiaea be
ing lenijr-Hv feet front by l&u feel deep,
aa.d premiaea being lully deacrilied and laid
down on plalof.aid loan made by Lewm W.
Hirtoid Inpnurapliii-al engineer on the tfSlh
day of December, 14ti3.
Appraiae.1 atone hundred and ninety dot.
laraiiyoand must bring two-lhird uf thai
To he sold aa Ihe property of George W.
Miller In aalialy an order of rale, iaued from
Ihe Court ol Common i'teiia iu fator ol f'ran
TKKMS OF SAI.F: fa-h in hmd on Ihe day
Mienlt Vlniou i ouniy.
E. A. BaAT-roa, Attorney for Hlkintifl.
October 2, A. I. It7:t. Sw
Tlmen for Holding Courts In
the Seventh Judicial
Tl-nsUANT to authority cf law. it la hereby
X oid.red Ih it the aeveral l.rnia of Ihe Court of
Cu'iiniun Tleaj an I the District Court within and
lor tli. 8eenib Judicial Diitrict for Ihe yi-ar
IS74 be held al llw dufca fullowiug. to wit .
Wah Initnn, A rtl -, Meip, April 13- Gallia,
April In; Uwrence, Ap il ii; Siiulo, Aiiril l;
fik. April V7; I'.rry, A iiieiimI 24; KalifMd, An.
fiwIUTi llocklmi AiiKuatUli Athena, September
3; ViutiuiiKepteaiberTi Jackaun, SrpP mber 9.
. Court of Common rieaa.
Terry Jannary in; May 4; September M.
IliK-kliiK Kntinmry liii Mny "V Ocloier 10.
r.irneld March V; Jun.8; Muvember.
Xawrence January 27; May 5; September 22;
Scioto - Slnnli I; June I; October I 'J.
Jackern Fein nary S3; May th; O. lober II.
Pike Mar. h 31; June ti Nuveiuber 17,
Vlhton February V; M iy 6, September 14.
G.t'la February 1; April 27; September 14.
Mela February ii?; May 14; October 6.
WanhiiiglunSlHrcb :; May 21; October
Allien March 2:1; Jimeil; Nnvember IS,
And II to litrllirr ordered that due record and
publication of Ilia foivgulng be made according to
WllneuoiirlMiida Ihla 10th day of September,
A. U. 1S7 I.
HII.AS H. WRItlllT,
Ji.HN J IIAKI'KII.
T. A. PLANTS, VJudgce,
n it.t,iA.ii n. iiai i.-,ii,
EKAs'i'lS A. UUTIIIIIK,
STATE OK OHIO, 1
VisTna rtajNTt; aa
' 1,0. W. Iloiluiid , I lurk of the Court of Cum
mou Plea, within and lor aaid crnuly and slut
lirieiiy Ciriliy tue foregoing to tie a Irne copy ol
thei riginal nrilar now untile in my ufthe.
. W IT?
b. S.J He"u
WlTvr.m my Hand and tin il or aaid
Court at McArthur. tlila 2id duy uf
September, a. ii. ISi.l
U. W. HOLLAND,
2octl73 3 '
JOHN D. W. JONES, a nen-realdent of Ihe
cou"ty of iiilon, Olilo, will lake notice that
puieuant lo an order of Ihe Coninii-eton'-rs olanid
VI ilon county. Ohio. mail, at their SrntemlKr
aeaihin A l. I7 t. ylewera a id a enrryor were
lirreieil In meet at tue bar. uf Abel Wells InanlJ
28th Day of October, A. D. 1873,
at Ihe hour of 10 o'clock In lha forenoon of aaid
day, Iu view and -limey the r ulenf a rerlnin conn
ly load ieiitloued for by Matin DulTj and nth
era from a toim near a pair uf bare on Ihe pieni
lw ef Aln-I Well., al the font of the hill ou Ihe
wllke.ville mail, tlitt ce a nurtberly ilitei linn
aloiig Ihe ahoitcst and best route throuuh the
lands of Abel Wells, of John O W, Jouct, of
Martin Hulfey, of Kdwarri Fleicherand of Amos
Han ley, lo a point on the Jack-on road, at ill. line
between tlm landa of aaid Amoi Hurtley and aaid
i.dwnrn rietctier. the place ol lernilinia,
MAIITIN MKITY, Principal Petitioner.
September 2S, 187a. 4w
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
ANO TH A CH ROMO
Hnvlng cnntrul of the magnificent oil chro
mo. Yd Semite, we are able tn otter a comhin
alinL of literary and nriietin wor of genuine
worm, and at prmea unprei-enenieii
Thin flneeohv of a piece of Mnture'a grand
eat work, la. not prevented in the imiial lim
lied alyle, ite dimenriona, 14x20, making a
picture oi very neairame ite in n.-eii.
AX OHNAMEXTTO THE ROOM
graced by It-preaence.
But a lew copies of this bemitiful t hromn
will be allowed lo go to the retiiil atorea, aoil
Ihoaewill be aold at their
Actnnl Kelall Price, SO.OO,
which ifordeeeil inconnrclinn with our Mag
ail ne, both will be rurn'Mied lor
As a premium the picture may he obtained
by aending ua two aubwriplinna for the MHg
meat one dollai each, or by aubacrbing In
Ihe Mngntine two eara in advance, al one
dollar per annum. Ad'ireae,
WOOI'S HOUSEHOLD M tGAZINE, '
8. E.8H1TL8, Publisher. ' 4ept
C0ZZENS & JOHNSON.
WE hare purchased ana titled lip the
above mills and aolicit the trade ol the
farmers of this vanity.
Special attention given to
And care given to pleaae all customer. Mr.
A. A. COZZK8, an eiperienced miller, ha
charge ol Ihe mild and will not tall lo deal
lalrly and give general satisfaction. -
Flour. Meal and Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
TutlT COZZENS A JOH NSON.
EI AM DEN. O.
MANDF4CTUREB AND DEALER IN '
Urldles, II alter 8,
Vt hlpSy fpurs. Trace
Chains. Hames, and all
Other Ariiclesof Saddlery.
My tnends and the pnollc generally are invit
ed lo rail and examine my lock and pu
ree. 1 make good hone-t work, use the
best stock, and sell at Ihe very lowest pricea.
and manufacturing done to order, sod all
Work rarrsJitsd as Eeysented
r w n 1T1 HW Al
Has just received
FALL I1 11
Consisting of Dry Goods, Eeady-made Cloth
ing, Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Notions, &?. Call on me.
'J 1103. A. MELLUK.
''GEMS OF PKAISE"'
A liong Needed Book.
FKflCE 5 CENTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or S5 Per Hundred
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs, '
" CINCINNATI, 0. ;
GLASS & STUNK FUU1T.1ARS.
Large Stock at Low Figures.
BEST ARTICLE CF SEALING WAX IN THE MARKET
As cheap as the brick dust quality.
POR CELAIN KETTLES,
And every article used in the canning and preserving
Also a full line of Hardware and
Mouse Fiimishiflsg G ood
at the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Post
Office, Sljul ,
1 an) agent for the sale of
Smith's Artier icon,
(Deo Wood & Co. '8,
Six o n in go l A: Co. 's
O IK, GtJl IsTSs
am also agent for
ntco & cu nns,
V. C. S IGHT &co.s,
J. F. II4IIRI Sl O.'S,
This liat includea all the ditjerent grartea of
piano, and orgnna mad. aome of" Ihem ho
I na excellent instrument" at very reasonable
During the vacation or longer. I will otter
thee instruments lower tha- they can he'b
talned elsewhere. 1 invile my frenda and ihe
pulilic generally to examine Ihe elnck ni
fricea ol'dealerain the oitj ann elewhere. as
can atlord to and will eell cheaper llian I'ar
lleawhnareal a heavy expense in traveling
about the country with wagonior are paying;
enormoti" rents and insurance for inlatial ,
storea Not being at this expense 1 will give,
purcnaeers the DeoeRt ol that fact in making
Oive me a call nt my residence, and I will
guarantee satisfaction in pricea, durability,
tone and liiixh of all in-drumenta aolri. All
instrumeuts warranted in every respect for
Miniatera, rhurrhea and Saadny
School (applied at lowent rates.
91. IS. B A RIV ES,
High 3L, two doors eat of Market,
limi MeARrflTR, O.
a new tut ply of