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SPECIAL, NOTICES.
. DECEMBER.
HOLIDAY GOODS
AT POPl'LAR PRICES, '
And Suitable Goods For
DECEMBER TRADE
WHOLESALE.
S. O. SWIFT.
24 Paint Street,
CJIILLICOTIIE, 0.
Q UEENSW ARE
toys
AND
HOLIDAY GOODS,
NYE &MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
, 67 . PAINT STRET.
CHILLICO THE, OHIO,
INVITE lh attention ofmerchanla and fur
naoetnen to tha rarae slock of tha above ar
t urea just received. We will sell at tie very
iowot figures to the traile. Orders aolioited
and promptly attended to.. IUuV
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
l?lc Arthur, Ohio.
Particular attention given 'to the treatment
of the natural teeth.
J. F. TOWLLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. lyeptly
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the 1st nud 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, Jupe, July, Au.
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
.moral character will be required in nil
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Ly law from each applicant.
M. K. U.U.Ei$ Ui'n Hoard of
J. H. 1IUUM, i-Schuul Ex-
L. 0. 1EUL'UE, Cl'k, J auuuers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. For (lie Relief an I lim e ot the Erring and Un
fortunate ou Principles of Christum
I'luliuithropy.
Essays on (lie Errors of Youth, an. I the fol
ate of A?', in relation to Marring and Soi-inl
. KviU, with mwiuiv aid fur the iifflicteJ
leiil free, iu eleJ envelopes. Addrexs,
H-JwAKO ASSOCIATION; BuxP, l'l.:'v,.sl
phie, I'e.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1, 0. 0. F.
,mw. T KliUI-AB Meetings ofthis En
lVampment will hereafter he
K2 held on the aecond nnd last
fttKe' Wednesday ev'culnira of eneb
Month. Patnarvlm nl 9tlier eiieaiiipmeuts
who mar bo visiting oui own are invited to
attend. AARON WIM., CP.
Johsi T. Rafus, S.
McArthur. Keb'v 17, 1870.
SHE IFF8 SALE
Stale of Ohio, UwWg Coss.
The first Kminnal Hunk of Logan,
Ohio, riititiliff,
Against
Thomas J. Brewer et. al , Defendants.
XX HOfKIXGCOCXTY COl'ttT OF
CONMOX lLKA.SAX KXECl'TIOX
PURSUANT l the enmmanri of an rxecu
tinn i-sued from the Comt of t ominnn
Pleas of HnrkiniiCounly.and tn mediiecled as
Sheriff of Vinton Coiintv. I will "Her for sale at
the door of the Court Ho i-e, in the town of
t eArthur, Vinlun Co'mtv, Ohio, on
Monday, the 5th Day of January. 1874
At the hjiir of S oVIock P. M. of said
day, the following described Isnd end
terrementa. to wit: part ol section No. nine
teen. (19) township No. eleven (II) mnve No.
sixteen. (In) Corr.meneing at the nonh-wet
corner or section Ho. nineteen (111) nnd run
niniwiih the section line eat laentynine
ft chains anrt seventy five and a hall (7.i!4)
links to an arlple free one inch in diameter,
south M east 9 links to a beech 2 indies in
diameter. north 61 west 3 linka, thence south
SI chains and 8l inks to a red oak 14 inches
in diameter, corner tree, ehextnut t inches :n
diameter, north SI" west 8 links, thence w
(chains and ih'i linka to the section l ne.
thence north on the section line Al chains and
tlM links to the nnrih-wet.1 corner of said
swlion, the place ol beginning, containing I8H
jtiia.' acrea. oe me same more or Mrs.
Appraised at six thousand hve hundred and
len noiiars (".niu w) ana must Drint; cvo-
fthtrrt.rl that um.
To be sold aa the propeity of Thomas
Brewer to satisfy sn execution issued from the
Court of Common Pleas, in favor of The
Fir-t Nstionnl Hunk of Logan, Ohio.
TISHMS OF 8AL.K : Cssh in hand on the
day or sale. UKOKUK HA1T.R,
oherid Vinloo County.
December 4th, 1873 . 6w
ALLENSVHLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIB ORS.
fAVINO Kited op onr machinery in first'
Lclass style, we are prepared to do
OABDIHG, 8PIHHING k WEAVING
oa short notice and in the most worttmsn
like manner We have on hand and fur sale
lour factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Such aa
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, ic,
which we will sell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
raiaior wool,
HOUSTON. DILLON A 0,
tun Allenavdle, Vmtou O , O.
Notice to Teachers. Estate of John Dunkle, dec'd
Probata Court. Vinton County, Ohio
XTOTICZ is hereby given that Benson Dun
ll kle.as guardian oflohn biiokls .deceased,
has ,fled his aeenunfa herein for final fettle
meal, andthai the same is set lor hearing
ne atn osy oi veoemoer, A. v. lj. at in o'-
OIOCKA. at. H. B. MAYO,
Probata Judge.
December 4, 1873 4w
Afrea-tkscmeats iasrte4 M fair price'
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
RAILROAD.
-
The work op us far as Karn's
on
ed,
the railroad is now complet
Tbe Directors have adopt
the Vinton Station route
ed
a
nd on Monday the teams com
menced work on the road be
tween McArthur and Vinton
Station, and also at Vinton Fur-
ace. The force between Mc
Arthur and the Station coin-
enced work opposite the res
lencfl of Chas. Brown and
will work south. We think no
erson can now have a reason
le doubt of the completion of
the road from Uallipolis to
arns'. The prompt payment
of subscriptions, however, will
greatly facilitate operations of
he company, as well as be a
saving to each individual stock
holder.
The Grange Supper.
The supper given by Elk
Grange No. 57, last Fridav, on
the occasion of the installation
of their newly, .elected officers
was the pleasantest affair ot
the season. The committee
having the supper in charge,
Mrs. 11. B. Robbins, E. T. Win-
ters, Wm. Lyons, D. V. Ran-
nells, and ,V, N. England, de
serve great credit for the taste
ful manner in which the table,
burdened with the good things
provided by Ji he Grange, wa-
urranged, and for the complete
and satisfactory general ar
rangements lor the mtertain-
ment of guests. The table
Heated sixty persons and was a
sight to look upon for hungry
mortals. The centre piece was
a mammoth marble cake fur
nished by Miss Jennie Bay.
It wis adorned with a wreath
of artificial flowers nnd flanked
by jellien, jelly cakes, nnd a
monster turkey,weigliing twen-y-lwo
pound.-?, furnished by
George Writzel. The ceutral
pieces ol '.lie east end of the
table were a pyramid cake
iiirnished ly Mr-i. Georce
Writzel and a cake with (lie
words, Talrnns of IJusbandry,''
handson.ifly iced upon it, by
Mrs. John Foreman. Oa the
west end ot the table was a
roll of butter worked in imita
tion of a mammoth ear of corn,
by Mrs. Wm. Lyons, and n
larye toothsome cuke, by Mrs.
Dr. Ilannells. Other cakes
delicacies, and substantial
were furnished by the mem
bers ol I he order generally, in
the greatest of abund ince. The
committee wihhel to make
provision or one buniln d per
sonp; they had enough for
about threo Iinnliel, which
hows (hat the Grangers are
both big eaters and good pro
viders. The Grange wish to return
thanks to J. S. LiulicK and J.
W. Bo wen for the loan of their
organs, and to J. A Felton, the
Presbyterian Mite Society, and
others, lor the loan of dishes.
Write for your Paper.
si
J.
We invite correspondence
from all parts of the county.
Let us have the news fiom your
section of 'he cnunly, or il you
wish, our columns are always
open for frank discussion ol
any question of public inter
est. Write your facts nr ideas,
whether you are able to do it
in proper language or not and
we will see that it appears in
readable shape. Choose your
own subjects so they are ol
public interest. May be some
oi our tax payers would like
to have a little say about our
high taxes and no public bene
fit, and discuss measures for a
reform. Write away and we
will publish your commonica
t ioiiri whether they agree with
our ideas or not.
on
We understand Messrs. Dam
arih & Co. have re-leased Hope
and Eagle Furnaces, the lor
mer for one year and the lat
ter ror two years.
Capt. Ranbells Gled his bond
with the Probate Judge on
Tuesdjy as Prosecuting Altor
ney. He will assume the du
lies of the offlcejaext Moadaj.
Transfers of Real Estate.
- A. L Sudlow to W. J. Ken
nard, in-lot 29, Mt. Pleasant,
$300.
Heirs of Philip Sain, deo'd,
to W. J. Kennard, in-lot 23, Mt
Pleasant, 150.
Wm. West to Clark & Mc
Pherson, 80 acres, Knox town
ship, $1,900.
Zaleski Company to Peter
Gwatkin, in-lot 116, Zaleski,
$80.
Franklin Wiseman to John
Levis part in-lot 8,Wilkesville,
$500.'
M. O. & John Shively to T.
L. Anderson, 84 acres, Jackson
tp., $200.
Isaac Shively to T. L. Ander
son, 86 rods, J ackson tp., $10.
Thomas Holland to Tychicus
Rose, 83 58-100 acres, Jackson
tp., 1700.
Rannells fc England to Trus
tees of Elk tp, 1 acres for a
cemetery, Elk tp , $100.
Report of McArthur High
School Examinations.
Editok Record: The follow
ing averaged examination
grades could not be completed
for announcement on last day
of term, and were promised
through your columns:
Ambrose Harry 0 31
Arnold Mantfle 8.1)0
Bothwdl Kllza ..9.S0
Doth well Lottie, 9.50
Bothwell Mliinio 9.40
Canty Mary ..9 60
Florence Fanny., 9 50
Holland llattle 9.0
Howard Itelle 9.33
1'llcher Snllie 9.45
fay ne Rebecca.... . 8.80
Ko.-s Flora 9.30
Dank in S.illlo 9.30
Uiiynor Hirniii S-oO
KuimHIs Eliza 9.60
Snyder Dora 9.00
Slsnon Eva..: ... 9.i0
Vance Jehlel 9.00
Woolley Minnie 9.40
Weakly llattle 7 9.30
Will llattle 9.80
Balrd Banning.; 8.80
M. R. BARNES.
Faikfield and Butler coun
ties pay respectively 14 06 and
12.12 mills on the dollar tax.
E ich one ol the counties is pay
ing heavy interest on bonds is
sued to build turnpikes and
railroads, and each county lias
been robbed ol about $150,000
by rascally i-fflcials. , Vinion
county lias no improvements
or improvement, bond-s yet
pays a tax ol 21.27 mills on the
doll ir. Think of that, tax pay
erst Isn't there a necessity for
a change on the first opportu
nity presenting itself ?
Col. Gagk and lady spent
a part of last and this week in
McArlfTur, the g'lests of Mrs.
Richmond. Like all cnod Chil
licolhe Christians who s'ay
here over Sunday, the Colonel
called around on Sunday morn
ing to borrow the Ross County
Register. We commend iheir
nnd tas'f. Tle Register is
the best religious paper in the
Siate.
Some of the bojs ran a tur
key under the McArthur House
stable and found Levi Wilcox's
boots, where it is supposed
they were hid by the man Cat
houn, who has been lilting lit
tle things around here that did
not belong to him. It is be
lieved that he placed them
there intending to steal a burse
from the stable and take the
boots, but found the stable
locked at night.
The House took speedy ac
tion on the President's recom
mendation in reference to the
bankrupt law. The law haB
been repeald by the House,
with the proviso that the pro
visions of the old law apply to
all cases now pending, though
the fees of t fflcers and agents
are reduced one-half. The bill
as it stands is likely to meet
with opposition in the Senate.
There will be an entertain
ment for (he benefit ot the M.
E. church at the School House
Hall on Mew Year's Eve.
Tuehe will be a dancing par
ty at the Court Home, this
Christmas, night.
Mr. Robbins, ot NelsoiiTille,
father of Mrs. Dr. Baird, died
at bis home last Saturday.
Il is eaid that the Senate
Committee on Appropriations
will amend the House bill,
giving the Secretary of the
Navy the five million he asked
lor, instead of tour millions,
as provided in the House bill.
To the Boys.
.
We have had several inquir
ies from the boys at to the mm
that would be paid the boy who
kills the most rats, the purse
is at Dan. Will & Bro'sjtore.
There Is something over two
dollars now paid in and there
will doubtless be more, as citi
zens call in and subscribe, so
that there will be enough to
pay the lucky boy very well for
bis trouble. The time has been
extended to New Years' Eve,
when the one who has secured
the most rat scalps will gel
the purse. Cut off the scalp,
including the two ears. Scalps
with only one ear', or the tails
will not couut.
Isaac Dunkle, with bis faml
y, started to Hamilton,' Cald
well county, Missouri, on Tues
day, where he will make his
luture home. MrDunkle was
among our most 'energetic and
otelligent farmers, and the
county can ill aflprd to part
with such citizens.
The Attorney-General, on
evidence presented by Spain,
has decided that the Virginus
had no right to fly the Ameri.
can flag,.and was not entitled
to the protection oi our govern
ment.
E. P. Botuwell is improv
ng and eularging his dwell
ing house.
Don't lorgot to give a little
time and attention this week to
ridding your prenmes of rats.
Next Saturday week is the
regular meeting of the Grange.
A full attendance is requested.
Exprriencb will tench any man that
it is advantageous to patronize those
wbo advertise in newspaper
George W. Say lor desires us
to 8y le his old customers and
the public generally that he is
ain doinu business al the old
stand, on Main street, and is
prepared to do-all, 'kinds of
work in the watch and jewelry
line. He offers fo repair, watch
es and jewelry lor gentlemen,
from this day to January 1st.
IS 74 at hall price; for ladies
Iree of charge, excepting cost
of materialised until same day.
Now is yourchance to get your
watches and trinkets mended
for little or nothing. Gather
them up and take tbtm to Say
lor's
Joseph IIikn, opposite the
Court House, Chillicotlie, is pre
. V a
ptrea tor the lioiMay trade.
ue keeps the largest stock of
toys, fancy rakes, candies, etc.,
to be found in the city, at whole
salt) or retail, Parties furnished
wiib everything required. Oy
sters cheupcr than elsewhere,
served in every style, or fur
nished in quantities at Baltimore
rates. Give him yuur orders, or
Call on biin when you are in Chil
li othe.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur, on 18th lust, to Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Myers, a daughter.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Albert Vaubibber and Phube Ea
klns. John F. Jarvis and Mary J.Rodgers
William R. Jones and Eliza Ann
Hawkins.
Hamilton Vanderford and Elizabeth
WOH.
John R. Dagby and Elba Ophelia
UawKi
Ilenrv Hawk and Susan tlolilren.
Samuel 11. Carsey aud Martha Jane
kakin.L
David Ratcliffand Mollle Wimer
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK $200
Corn 45
Oats - 40
Wheat 1.30.Y1.40
Beans .;....2.002.50
Potatoes 6075
Dried Amies... l-2o
Dried Peaches. - - 3.00
Hftvr.on 13.OOal5.00
Hams, countrr 12k
(rL'r cured 15
Smoked sides . .. .18
Shoulders 7-8
Pickled Pork 78
F.ggs -25
Butter ......4 20
Lard , '.
Chickens, live , 15a.2o
Hocking Salt per tit 2.40
Sacks ..." ' 15a25
Whlta Flah 900
Rio Coffee .". t53Q
Coffee Sugar.. .w 13
Demarara ......I2a.l5
Cuba 12j
Nnw Orleans Molasses...:.- .80a 1. 00
Sorghum 405O
Syrup 7.100
Star Crfniirea. ner lb 25
- ' - '
Tailov " ' KMUU
Sroap. eouutry per lb 6a
Cteese ....... ........... -20
Coat, rit bo. ... .T8
Hogs, dressed, " . a W
TAXATION IN OHIO.
Some Facts for the Tax Payers
to Consider.
' We present below a view by
Counties of the tables of lo
cal taxation. The letter D
signifies that the counties op
posite which it stands were
Democratic at the last election.
The rest of the counties are
Republican i
AVERAGE RATE OF TAXATION OF
THE VARIOUS COUNTIES.
Counties.
Adams, D. 161
Ashland, D 1 1323
Athens i; 13.99
Allen. D 80.21
Ashtabula 14.29
AUglatee, D 17.49
Brown. D 18.35
Belmont, D 14.43
Butler, d lata
Carroll 9.75
Clarke 1150
Clinton) 15.63
Coshocton, D 1084
Cuyahoga 11.22
Champaign 1103
Cleruient, D... 16.20
Columbians i 14.66
Crawford, D 13.15
Defiance, D .... 81.04
Darke. D i; 14.07
Delaware i 1211
Erie i,., 17 94
Fayette' 11.32
Fulton 13.15
Fairfield, D 14i06
Franklin, D lft.23
Geauga.... i 13.22
Guernsey 12.57
Gallia... 13.52
Ureene ; 1464
Hancock, D 12.13
Harrison 12i09
Highland i. ...... .11.80
Holmes, D 1434
Hamilton, D 18.33
Hardin, 1) 17,01
Henry. D 25
Hocking. D.... 15.48
Huron, D.. 1410
Jackson 22.10
Jefle.iSoil l'J.87
Knox, D 1190
Lawrence 11-87
I.ntnii 17.01
Lucas 20.11
Lake 1157
Licking, D . 10.10
Lorain 13 37
Mahonliitf 1421
Medina 12.39
Mercer, I) 20.54
Monroe, D 16.98
Morgan 13.78
Muskingum, D 12.88
Matlison H
Mill ion, D 14.65
Melurs 14 45
Minuil 13.40
Montgomery, D 13.33
Morrow 11 81
Noble, D ... 13 00
Ottawa. I 23 28
Perry. D 1J-83
I'ike. D 16 58
l'rtbln 1202
PiUllding 2.S.07
IMcknwnv.D 13 03
Portagef), 1172
Pn in. D 2US9
Dlelilaiiil, I) 1271
Ku. D 17.01
Sandusky, D ...14 95
Seloto 1812
Seneca. I) 13 43
Slielliv. I ... .15.73
Stink; 1) 1303
Summit. .............. ...--....14.07
I rnmbiill ll-2o
Tuscarawas. D 12.44
Union 15 40
Van Wert. 1) 18.57
Vitlt n. 1. 21-27
Hi.rren 1291
Washington 1401
War ne. D 12.71
Williams 17.29
Wood 18 91
Wvaudot, D 1389
COMPARISON.
Approximate average for State .14 9
Ajii oxiinute average ol co tint ies
1 mocrailc at laiitsiate eiecuoiuo.u
Approximate average, of Comities. Ke-
liublicun at last state election . n v
Carroll County. (Republican) pays
least rate, viz 9 (5
PuuMlnft Comity (Republican) pays
greatest rate., ui
xo.
Counties tJetimcratlo last election. .49
Counties Republican last election. .45
It is thought that the rea
son why t lie New York bellfs
announce "no wine" al the'f
receptions ibis win'er, is be
cause they consider their own
diarms to be sufficiently ''in-oxicatmg,"
Valuable Tavern Stand
FOB SJlXjIE.
IXTIsnt' 10 retire from bnainras 1. offer
T T tor mile my tavern stand Known aa uie
Baudhman House, Zaleski.
This hoace is doinx Rood business, is
H2XI DOOS TO THE DEPOT,
And is the
Principal Uotel In Zaleakl
It la almeat new. has latelv been Improved
anil reritld throuahoui. has all molern im
provemenla, and inoii pfMbiinar aumcieni to
to accommodate the run of custom of the
house. 'I he hou., ataMe, rurniture, and ev
erything in complete -hape fur a man to take
riant mini, win oe soio, at a oarxnin, uu un
liberal paymenls. loany man who ujner
fclnnHa tha hotel bnaineaa. this la an opportu
nity seldom ottered, aa the house is making
big money on the amount inrerted. if any
manwiohea to buy let Inm call on me. Und
will aoo J convince dim that there i money
in it. ullilli.iiA.1,
ttsept iHaleaki, umo.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
IIAIIiEf, O.
TTTE have parchai-ed ano Hired tip the
v v ahofe rninsaffd solicit th trade ol the
farmer of this vcinitj.
Special attention Riven to
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to please all euatomera. Mr.
A. A. UOZZKN8. an er"enced miller, has
rharce of the mill, and will not tail to deal
fairly aad give general satisfaction.
Flour, Heal and Feed
On hand anl for Vale af
LOWEST MARKET TRICCSV
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INTEBEST,
Look at this offer,
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Si) Ies fur .ih!
WE OFFER NONE BUT THE
best Instruments Mace.
EVERY OXE WARRAXrD 5 YEARS
$190 organ for.
m "
2i0 " "
250 "
400 piano
500 ' "
600 "
MlnUicrai Charchea and flabbath
Hckoola fnrnlaheal at wholraale rates.
. n. R. II Alt. EH,
Bih St., tw doora
iMecTJ .
filoliday Grood.r
Holiday (Koods!
-AT-
TH0S. A. MELLOWS,
THE BRICK St ORE,
ZALESKI,
r :
tn looking for Holiday presents do not forget that Alollor hus just receivei
a new stock of goods especially for the Holiday Trade.
JEWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS,
MILLINERY,
QUEENSWARE,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
Ahd a thousand other
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornamenti
,,' , , JUST RECEIVED EOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
Examine my stock aud pr ioes bofore buying .
iiloo 1873
OLD
Comb",
Rruohes,
Peifumcry, jJ
is.
Toilet Soaps, Iji..
Jewelry, f -
Watches,
Chains,
Lockets, .'
Bracelets, I
ill
Pin, !
I1
rortnaonies,
AlbumSj
l.j);!'.
Gift Books,
Poems, i i
As usual is making his
SUiH S, wnere win ceiounaanenaiess vari-
ety of Holiday j resents, suitable for all agea
and conditions-men, wcirieri and children.
Main St., Second door west of Court House.
Nothing is so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting
jistid
Nothing Will Give so Much Pleasure
and Profit to the Young and Old of
The Family as dne of those
Ill-IiiJIt
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
168 wist Fourth st., Cincinnati, o. y
GENERAL WESTEKiS AGENTS.
v Orsaiii delivered to any par of Ihc County
Tree et Charge. J. n. nCLSCKv - - .
Agent' for Vinton foty,
. t ,. - f Ilulbert Doue,MoATthtfrCt.
o
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CO
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$140
. l.'il)
.170
. 1S5
. 300
. 375
. 4:0
treat of Mkr'tet,
MoARTUl'H, O.
T1I0S. A. MELL0J
KRI
s
Toy l.ookdj
Toys,
Fino CandieS)
I'oilut Stands;
Toilet BoXis,
Work Boxas,
Fancy Cas'ceU,
LuvaCitrJiLiak'ttf
Writirig Ciisesj
Portfolios,
CitM,
PipOi",
I'ouchei,
Ciar Ciises;
Tobacco Boxes')
Etc., Eld., Etd;
Headquarters at SIS-
KHI
Bill

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