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SPECIAL NOTICE.
lit;
GENTS' DOQ, KID, CLOTHBACK,
UUA I , CALr AND SUVA UKIV
INQ CLOVES AND GAUNT
LETS.
LADIES' BUCK. KID AND CLOTH-
BACK DRIVING GAUNTLETS
BOYS'--KID. SHEEP, AND
BUCK GAUNTLETS.
WOmiQXENS'-ETJOX GLOVES,
GAUBTLETS AMD MITTS.
S. O. SWIFT,
24 Paint Street,
CIIILLICOTim 0.
4s.pl 1171
FaUIT JRS
JELLY GLASSES.
WYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT UritET.
aiILLlCOTIIE,OIIIO,
InVlTIIhe attention of merchant, and for
naoeinen to th large .lock of Che above ar
ulejui received. We will Mil t t ery
low. el irnres lo Ih. trade. Order .dialed
'. promptly attended :o. xUl
N.J. BOWERS.
RLS1DLAT DliNllST,
McArthiir, Ohio.
Particular att.utioo given lo th. treatment
f le natural le.lh.
i. F. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchant and Furoaoe
aieu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dtj Quod and Notions, on terms
4ht must fayorable. Iveptij
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet lit the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
.April, May, September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust auj December, in euch year. Ex
aminationi to commence nt tun o'clock,
A. M. tati factory evidence of good
aaoral eharncter will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each Applicant.
M. U. ItAll.xEs t'h'n I Hoard of
J.S. lllJUN, V School Ex-
L. 0. I'BUL'UE, Cl'k, uuiincrs.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. far Ik Relief and Uure ol the Erring unci tin.
forlunateon Principles of Christina
Philanthropy.
K.says oo tlie Krrors of Youth, and ths fol-
II. of Axe, in relation lo Mnrrisge sad Socinl
iCvils, with eaniiaty aid for ths afflicted
enl free, in seilal envelope. Ad Ire
JltWAKO AiSuCl I I I ).N, Box P, W.:'iul
phia, I'll.
M'ARTKlffl iiCAMPiY.ENT
HO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
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ffe&73k' I" '" MT.mil mill Innl
t-dui-aday 1 r i-uiim. ol rnrh
flit.. rair.itrcii- su;r em Hiupim4ii.
no ii, m be visHii.g on Atu nre united to
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McArthur, rVtr 17, 1870,
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PBOPBIE ORS.
HAVI!0 Kited up our machinery in 0rst
els, ntylo, we are prepared to do
CABTJI9Q, SPINNIKQ 4 VEAVJKQ
on short .mice and in the most workman
ljks manner We have on hanJ and lor tale
t our betory, a good eupDlyof
WOOLEN GOODS,
Bucfiaa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, 4o,
which we will sell cheap ,
The Highest Market Price In Cash,
Paid for Wool
HOUSTON, VILVOH 0.
Ima AlleDsville, Vmtoa d O,
THE VINTON RECORD
Official Orpin of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Wk'b bad fin 3 weather.
Fresh Fork is in demand.
Cotjkt convened last Monday
The market appears to be
well supplied with bef.
The Epizootic has sagain ap
peared in Vinton county.
There will be an election for
Justice of the) Peace on the
29th of Ibis month.
The stock sales last Tuesday,
were well attended, and plenty
ol good stock was ou band.
we call tue attention oi
sportsmen to "Notice lo llun
tors in the advertising col-
umus.
Fhank Shad, has sold bis
mill, at Zuleski, to A. On J. W
fe F. Sands. F. Sands suDerin-
tends the business.
Tub work:iieu on toe railroad
are now engaged between the
old "Speed Fuim" and the real
denceol IJiram II. Swaim.
If you want to get married,
go to Joe llulins and get a
stove and house furnishing
goods of which be keeps a gen
eral assortment.
A silver wedding came oil at
John ftinir's residence last
Monduy evening. A large
number of friends and re la
lives attended and the pres
ents were many and costly.
The night of the 12lh and
15th of this month, between
midnight and sunrise, are fixed
upon for the annual meteoric
showers of November meteors
The display promises to be un
usu illy brilli tut this rear.
A coui'L t oi Irail ones of I be
female persuasion were in town
hist Tuesday in a high stage of
intoxication, and also one of
the 6amc sort on Wednesday, in
tho same con dition. 0 i I
S lame, where U thy blush I
Mrs. J. G. Swktland, has
been lying very low with lung
fever ever sinco Sunday before
last. Her illness was brought
on by sleeping in a newly plas
tered room as she had previous
to that boen known to be a
healthy nnd rugged woman.
A recent English writer says
that drunkenness is nn nfhii
ol climate; l lie people of nil
damp mid cold countries are
apt to drink more than is good
for them; and a geographer
might divide a map of the
world into 'temperate'1 and
"intemperate" zones.
In spile ol i lie panic, the
number of moictntile fai urua
in the country Iroin the 1st ol
September to the 221 ot Octo
ber ha been smaller this year
than in the corresponding pe
riod of 1S72. This shows bow
.ong our business men gen
orally are.
The greatest herdsman in
the world is the title claimed
lor Samuel W. Allen, ol Texaf,
who owns 225.000 cattle. He
has one ranclie eighty miles
long and lorty miles wide, be
tween the Nevada and Color
ado rivers, the largest on the
continent, which pastures 120,-
000.
Peter Uaydkn, the owner ot
vast coal interests in this coun
ty, proposes hereafter to pay
his miners in specie with the
view oi inducing them to hus
band their wages. Tbe exper
iraent will doubtlessly have
the desired eflect, at least, un
til tho novelty of tbe hard
Nelsonvile
Miner.
Wk have Irequently beard
of second eye eight, renewing
age, etc., but an old lady in
Ritchie county, Virginia, beats
them all. She is eighty-three
years old and recently became
a mother. Her husband is sev
enty-seven years old. Her
youngest child previous to the
ast one is grandmother. Who
wants to be carried back to
old Virginia now f
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE HASTINGS PRESIDING.
The Grand Jury is still in
session. A large number of
witnesses are subpeeued.
The case ot E. Ratcliff vs.
James Pearce et. al. is at pres
ent in progress belore a jury.
Serious Accident.
Last Wednesday, about dark
Mr. J.Q. Swetland, tir, was
crossing the street in front of
bis grocery, when he was run
agatast and knocked down by
the evening hack, tho tongue
striking him in the right side
immediately below the groin.
He was picked up and helped
home. His injuries were at
first supposed not to bo serious,
but have since developed to be
oi an alarming nature. Mr.
Wooley was the driver. The
night being in ensely dark, the
latter could not see Mr. S. and
slop his team. At last ac
counts Mr S. was in a critical
condition, and time only, will
prove how it will culminate.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Eiizuboin Martin to Maria
Rankin, undivided interest in
out-lot 9, Mc Arthur, $50.
Ueo. W. Shockey to Maria
Raukin, undivided interest in
out lot 9, Mu Arthur, 125.
Andrew Wolt to Ueorge
Salts, 2 acres, Elk township,
$150.
Ueorge. A Nelson Uoffhines
lo Stephen Salts, lot iu Ceme
tery, ut Dundas, $10.
Douglas 1' ituain to W. C.
Foster, 160 acres, Knox tp.,
$1,600.
W. 0. Foster to E 11. Moore
and J. M. Weich. 160 acres.
Kuox tp., $4,000.
J nines baiiard to E II.
Moure and i. M. Welch, 160
acres, knox tp., $4,000.
John A. Uull to Jane Bo-
leu, 20 acres, Drown tp., $500.
Ueorge W. Freeman io Don
lei CuZad, pari in-lul5, Alleus-
ville, $75.
Albert W. Ross to O. M.
Wi.son, 40 acres, Madison tp..
$425.
J. J. McArty lo Dame! Cleis-
uer, 40 acres, Eigle tp, $200.
The McAru.ur Enquirer,
makes a low fling, cowardlv
attack on the Marshal o Mc
Arthur This is done only
Irom personal spite, lieceuse
llie said Marshal would not ac
cept a proposition to steal pa
per for the editor of the afore
iienlioneJ journal, nnd then
eipoaed tho infamous proposal.
l is in this underhanded way
the said editor seeks to eke
oui his personal spile. The
Marshal also impounded that
editor's cow once, and there
w.ts another cause for his mal
es.
The Marshal here receives
no salary or compensation, ex
cept what he gets in the way
of C'Sis of suits in which he
may be in attendance, he is not
paid for standing around and
watching for fights and as he is
a poor man be can rot afford
to put in UU whole time for the
corporation for nothing. The
present Marshal has been, to
say the least, as attentative to
his duties as any other, that we
have had. A part of the time
heretofore we have had no
Marshal at all, and at other
times been absent from town
The present Marshal has dur
ing his entire term of service
been in town and ready to at
tend to any business brought
to him; but he can not afford
to watch every little street
brawl tbatoccurs.
Sure enough, that editor
should be the last one to find
fault with our Marshal, for last
spring when a rebellion was
raised in his office by Clay add
Johnson two ot his printers.
and his meat was in jeopardy,
he sent for the Marshal, when
the latter came and promptly
squashed the ruction."
Why bless your pusilani-
raous little soul, if anybody
wants to fight you, just eall on
the Marshal and he'll beep you
Irom all hard).
Wb understand lhat a libel
suit is about to bn instituted'
by Dr. Miesse against (he Ch(.
lico.be l'ost ot lb at place.
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The New Sensation.
French, the illusionist will
give a series of exhibition
commencing on next Wednes
day, the 19th. The exhibition
is spoken of by the press in
tbe highest terms. The ad
mission will be 25 cents. All
persons buying tickets will be
presented with envelopes call
ing for prizes. Go early and
get a good seat. .
At the last examination of
teachers the following named
persons received certificates :
tor 24 month. John With
erspoon. far 18 awftAa. A6a Vance,
O. E. Goodwiu and Kate Lision.
For 12 month. b. G. Darby,
Poilip Miller and Maltie Jonu
son. lor 6 month. Ilattie Got.
Irene Davis, F. T. Hudson, Wm
Shnner, J. W. Wallace and An
derson U. Robs.
L O. PERDUE, Clerk.
The time ot the year has
come when people who, com
ing from out doors, enter a
room where there is a genial
and cheerful lire in lue grMe,
are pretty sure to exclaim,
"That's goodl A hre really feels
coinlortabltl"
Tub Cincinnati Enquirer has
it fine sense ot humor. It said
the other day: "The crowning
ol william Allen with laurel
at (Jhillicotho last Saturday
was a decided squint toward
Ctearism. We trust lhat the
business will stop rijr'U then1.'
II or At) k Greeley once said
"that the worsl thing that can
o:curto any man, is tbe idea
of getting a dollar without
fquaroly earning it.'' We be
lieve it.
Good time to send newspa
per men turkeys fo- Thanks-(
giving; two weeks from now
would be a better time, if it
would not be forgotten. It
would make them so thanklul.
Tub Cincinnati Commercial,
in speaking of (lie financial
out -look; says '-the day is grad
ually dawning which will bring
us sunshine and general pros
perity." .
Cm. John Madikra, nn old
and inlluo-ntial citizen of Clul
licollip, died at that plarje on
the 3d instant. He was 75
years of age.
If you waul to buy the Very
bast sewing machine, call at
Billingliursl's Photograph Gal
ery und see the Victor.
Hon. E. 13. Eslielman is opo
ken of as a can H, late for Speak
er of the next House of Rep
resentatives ol (his State.
Uervky Scott, associate edi
tor of the Scioto Gazette, died
on Wednesday morning the
5th instant., at Chillicolhe.
Dr. ruiLson who ran for
State Sedator, In our district
ba 8,400 mnjority. Hurral.j
Subscribers in arrears should
endeavor 10 pay up. This ap
plies to railroads as well as
newspapers.
Monet wanted at the Treas
urer's offii-e for tales, about
now.
EvsiA. o oi.Mb, everybody
pre,j r ng for winter.
Thb groig wteat in
con i ty o k sj, erb.
this
McArthur MARKET.
Flour, per sact $200
Corn i.ni........ .40
Oats 35
Wheat ,....1.30al.40
Beans ;i....2.0oiri0
Potatoed i.i.i. 6060
DMed Apples.. U.S.-J. 1.23
Dried Peaches... 3.'j0
HavVtoti 15.00
Hams, country
sujrar ciirefl 18
Smoked sides.... 10
Shoulders 7Q.8
Pickled Pork 7.8
.15
nutter 20
Lard 38
Chickens, live 15a,25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.40
Sacks . " 15a23
White Fish 9.00
Rio Coffee
Coffee Sugar
Demarara "
Cuba
New Orleans Molasses..
Sorghum
Syrup
Sta r "ami teg, per itt. . . .
Tallow -
Soap. dountry pertrjr...,
Ctecse w ...... .
Cnai. pr bus. ..
IWOOlfce.
,...2530
.... 15
....12a.l5
'.'.SOa'tlot
,. a4050
75a.l.OO
.25
.w.iaao
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SHERIFFS SALE
State of Ohio, rtnton Count
Franei i Slide, riair.lifl,
ASAia.T
Oeorge W . Miller, bsf.ndant.
fa Vinton County Court of Common
Pltat An Order of Sale.
PUR8C INT to Ihs command or an Order of
Sale iMued from the Court of Common
Flea, of Tinton Coo nly, nnd lo me directed
a. Sheriff of anid rounty, I will olter for sale at
the door ol the Court Home, in ths town ol
McArthur, Viuton fount r, Ohio, on
Saturday, U 1st Day of Hovember,
A. D. 1873,
at the hour oft 'clock, P. M. or stud day, the
following described lands and te' emenii, to
wils twenty-five feet off or the south aide of
inlot No. fourteen, (It) in trie town of H ilev
ki, Vin'on eoantv, Ohio; sard Tfremipe. be
ing tweniy-flia fee fratit hy ISO feet rfep.
sa.d preamaee heing fully dewnlied and laid
down on platofeaid town made by Lewis W.
Hiltoid topographical en r a err m th tSih
day of Decern ter.l8i3.
Apprateed nt one hundred awd nmetv do!
laratf I9J and must bring two-ltirrds of thai
sum
To he sold as the property of Genre W.
MitW (oeati.ly nn order or aali, iewed from
the Court ol Common Plena tea faro ol r'ran
cia Shades.
TEKMdOFSAM r.h iiMffl the day
of sale. Ui:RE HALKR,
bherifl Vlnlmi i ouniy.
E. . BaATTOS, Attorney for I'laintitt.
Ovlober i, A. 1. Ie73. ft
Tlmenfor Holding rourta In
(lie Se truth Judicial
District.
ORDER.
PURSUANT toauthorltyeflaw.lt I. herrl.y
ordured Ih it tbe aereral term, ol Hi. Curt of
Cu'uniiui Flviu an I Ih. Diatrict Curt wiihia and
for th. Seveiiib Judicial District for th. yrar
1874 lis held at ths dufc. following, to wit .
blatrlct Conrit.
Waih Ington, A rll ; M.lgt, April 13- Gillie,
April Ih; Uwrence, Ap'il Scioto, Apriltt;
l'ik, April t!7; I'erry, A iikhhi 24; r'uiinVId, Au.
gut 27i HucklllK Ailtuat31; Allien., Seplemlier
!ii Vintu,ept.nib.r7; Jacknun, tjeptrniber .
Cwa-twfOsmniols Pleas.
riUT ll'SDITHIOS.
Perry Jannary ZR; May 4; 8e ptemtier 28.
llockliig'-e'nbriwry III; M.yr 2T; IMul sr 19.
r.irntld-March ;Jun.8; November.
SICO.IO IVBDIViatOM.
Lawrence January 27; May 8; SeptemW 12;
Vcinto-inarcb; June I; October 19.
JackK-n FcbiiwryiM; May 2; October 12
Pike March 31; June tl; Noneinber 17
Vii ton February U; iUy A, Scpteuiber 14.
Teto icsDivmiox,
CnlMi-relirunry -l April 47; September 14.
Melt Kebruury ?; May 14; October .
Waahiiigtufl- March ( My 21; Ucmlwr !.
Alhfii. March is; June III Hut-ember 16
And It la tui'liier ordered that due record and
,iiblicalion of the foieguing be made according to
lax-
Witntu our hands Ibis 10th day of Septcn.Uer,
A. 1. 187 I.
8II.AS II. WniOIIT,
JiillN J lUUl'Klt.
T. A. PLANTS, tjndgct.
T II.I.IA JH IV.IIASIIMiK,
;uastus a. ciUTimm,
STATKOrOIIIO, 1
i,mSSSttJkUt tk.co.ri of o.
mnu i-ien. wiiiiiii ir .aid c. unly and SUU
lieicby c. rlily th. f.iccp.lng to be a true copy ot
the i.riglnal orclur now on Ale in my tiftice.
WITNKM my band anil Hi, .il nf mid
Court at McANhur. till. V.d day of
ocjieuiu.r( a. if. IB, -l
U. W. HOLLAND,
i:i.rt
2uetlH73 3w
Legal Notice.
JOnX D. W. JONES, t Ofn-renldent f the
uou"ly of Vinton, Ohio, will ink. notice lli.it
pnmiant to au order of thComini-iiiuii,.ri ol mild
Vinton county. Ohio. mail, at their September'
oMion A. D. 1X7:1. .lewera end a .urrejer were
Mifcvini ii. iiiivi ai iu. uanoi ami neii.in.aiij
coumy,on the
28th Daj of October, A. D. 1873,
at the liAiir nf 10 o'clock In trta forenoon of Mid
day, to view and -nrvey the r, utu of certain conn
ty road peiilionrd for By 11. tin Duffy anil mil
era from a ihiIii! near a li.ilr of liar, oil the uiein
leea ef AM Well., at the fool of the hill on the
Wilkeavllle road, the oo a northerly direction
iIoiir the .ho. teat and twit rnnia throuith the
bind, of Abel Wells, of John D W. Joiicn, or
mariin tiiiney, ot lutuara rieiclier and or Amo.
llHiiley.tiis iKilnton the Jack-on road, at 111 line
between tin, Und. of Mid Amo. Hartley slid Mid
r.awaru r leicner. inn place ol terminus
MAKTIN HUFFY, Principal Petitioner.
Septcuiber 25, 1873. 4w
Worth and Beauty.
WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE
ARD THiC CHR0M0
ME
Hnrint ennlfol rirtfie magniiicf nt oil ciirn.
mo, ro Semite, we nre able to otter a comhin
aliot. of literary and anodic worn of genuine
."on, nn, hi prices unprecedented
This line copy ofn piece of Nature's grand
est work, is not presented in the usual lim.
iled style, itn dimensions, 14x20, maklhft a
lv.Mm , t-r; iie.irauie -iae in iiseii.
AJf ORN AM EXT TO THE BOOM
graced hy It- presence.
But a few copies of this beautiful C hromo
will be allowed to go to the retail Mores, nnd
those will be sold at their
Actanl Retail Price, SO.OO,
which if ordered in connection with our Mag
atiue, both will be furn'ehed for
S1.50.
Aa a pre HtiilHi the picture may He ohlkined
by aending us two lib'hplion for the Mag
sine al one dollai ench, or hy silhscrbing fo
the .Mngarne two Years in advance, at one
dollar per annum Aridresa,
VVOOI 'S UOUSbUOLIi MtGAZINE,
Newbutvh.N Y.
8. E.SHi Tf-S, rubhher. 4pt
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZEiViS & JOHiNiSON.
PROPRIETORS
UAltbEiV, O.
WE hare tmrchaced end fitted up Ihe
above mill, nnd solicit the trade ol the
farmers of this T'cinily.
Special nllention gttea to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care giref) to ple.ae all customer. Mr.
A. UOZZRN8, an experienced miller, has
charge of the mill, and will not tail to deal
fairly and gi e general satisfaction.
Flour. Meal Und Feed
On hand an I for sale at
LOWEST SiARKET PRICES.
TuilT
COZZENS JOHNSON.
The Most Desirable Ea-
dence in McArthur,
FOR SJLXjE.
OFFER. for tale my residence on North
street. It consists of splendid dwelling
house, well Itnisfied, Inside and out, with
eight fooTisand a good cellar. . A goon office
building, stable, wood and coal house and oth
er necessary out-buildings. The. premises
contain i acres, including. 1 acre of rtnevard,
thrifty bearing tinea; there are also thirty
hearing appre .tree. oesi Teri-ty of .rafted
fruit, twenty-hie hearing peach trees best
bud-led fruit, cjierrir-s, quinnes, plums, and a
variety of small fruit for further particular,
inquire at Ihe olhce of thi. paper, or at the
premises. Terwa easys
deeWm S. 8. DOLLISOS.
if mm
ML
AT r
Oiiii.li Op
Has just received a new cuppjy of
fall m mm goods
AT-
PANIC PKICESii
Consisting of Dry Goods, Eeady-made Cloth
ing", Millinery, Groceries, Queensware, Table
and Pocket Cutlery, Notums, &c. Call on me.
" . . a a . . s I I i r ....
'J HUA A. iiaUIiiVJIi.
Ilarpt 1871
100,00
Si DM SCHOOL
3-4
MUSIC
WORKERS
SHOULD vSEM) FOlt
'GEMS OF PRAISE"
PAQ-ESj
EXCELLENT,
MOSTLY NEW.
A ILong Needed BSook.
jPJKHCE 5 CEWTS.
6 Cents Post Paid or S5 Per Hundred
Published by
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
; CINCINIJATI, 0,
TI Ffilf
GLASS & STONE FRUIT 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
lini.
Alsb a fiili line of Hardware and
MoicFiiniiishiiigGiOOd
tit the lowest figures at IIUIIN'S, 2 doors east of Tost
Office; niinl
j
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
P3
PCI
I am agent for the sale ef
Imilli's American,
Uco.UnoiLVCo.'s,
pang's, and
Slvoningcr & Co. '8
am also agent for
, I11COK & CAUR'S,
P. C. LIGHT K CO.'J,
JT. F. II4IIRK& C O.'S,
AD DRADOVRV'SPI4iOS.
This list includes Rll the different grndes of
pianos and organ made, some of them be
ing excellent instruments at very reasonable
prices.
During the vacation or Iodic, I will offer
these inst ruments lower I hai they can he ob
tained elewhere. I iniite my friends and the
public KeMecally to axamine the einck ami
firices 6 dealers in tho oil; ind eNewhere. nt
can atlord to and will sell cheaper lhan par
ies who nre at ,a henj expense in traveling
.bout the country with wagons, or nre paying
enormoiix rent nnd iniurnee for pslnlial
stores Not being at thieipene I will sue
pun-hasers the oeuefit ol that fact id making
sales.
Ui.e me acall at my residence, nnd twill
guarantee satisfaction n prices, durability,
tone and Viieh of all instruments sold. All
instruments warranted in every respect for
nre years.
, Mlnlntem, fhnrrhea nnd Sunday
Schools aupplled at Isweat rale.
ITI. R. BARNES,
High t , two doors west ot Market,
;un MfARTHl'R, 0.
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