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PRINT AND PROSPER
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchants and Furnaoe
eu of Vintoa county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most tamable. ' lVepti j
N. J. BOWERS,
Particular alteutlon given to the treatment
f lb natural teeth.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 1A1NT HISET.
CHILLI CO THE, OHIO,
InVITE th attention of merchants and fur
oaaeiueu to tli lara mock of the above ar
t ole jiil received. We will tell at t le very
lowrat figure, to the trnile. Order solicited
ad promptly attended -o. Sljul
Notice to Teachers.
T1IE HOARD of School Examiners
for Vintoa Count; will meet tit the
Union School House, in iloArlhur. on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, end tbe 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. z
auinatioos to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidenoe of good
moral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant,
M. It. 1UU.ES LVn ) Hoard of
,1. U, lUU.ESLVn) Hoard of
l.S. Ill) UN, V School Ex-
j. 0. flSUL'UE, CTk, aunners.
Howard Sanitary Altl Associa
tion. Kortha Relief nnd Cure ot the Erring and Uu
forliiuateoii Principles of Chriatian
Xssays on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
Ilea of Age, I n relation to Marriage and Social
Evil., with eunilniy aid for the afflicted
ieut free, in eealed envelopes. A'Mreas,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'iul
M' ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115. 1. 0. 0. F.
T) EOUKAR Meeting nfthis En.
1 ....muniAiit will hereafter
tTV?hHld on the evcnml nnd Inat
earr" Wednesday evfcnluga of each
nanlk. Patnan-lia ol oilier riH-auipnieiila
who itiav be visiting om ;n are invited
attend. PAK1S liUMOM, C. P.
Joms T. Rami, 8.
McArthur. Kt-b'y 17. 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
fpHE -'Chewera' Choice, la now Inking the
L lend nl all oilier Urnnda. Hnuhl in color.
plearant in tBfle, tough nnd I ti i v in chew,
thia tolmcco poieses every quliar to eoit
chwrre, and aella by I lie 10 pound bucket
hilly mo cheaper per pound, man any oilier
brand of the fame grade ami i,erliipa leu
quality, loo bucket nflhia i-rlcliiHleu liriind
liuve been enld In ( hill n-i li alone within
the last two month, end Undo Mill increa.
SiiJt. "Try It" BCII.KKl-KU A KKAMKK
(iliitlicotliH, nhin, are the Manufacturers'
hoi an't veil at In at K tr) Prices.
Notice to Teachers. Notice.
1I1KHFHY wi.rn th- pnhlic agnlnsl hnving
note on me dated iK luber Mil:, 1874
kImuii lhit lime, enl t-nlling for eleven hum
lied lulliif II loo in one year Irum dine. The
id note t curt-it by a imuuaye on my farm
wne siven lo one llarrii-on l'riet, Jon
about Hie Uthday of O-tolier Iml. Put aince
that tune anid moitgHge and note have both
la-en lnt. or pmloiiiod irom the home of the
tneeaid llnrrmon I'rieel I hereby notify tne
li liter or the preaent hol.hr thai Mid note
ln been e:itiifie-l nnd rancrled, and aarn any
pereyuaHHint bujiUK 'he f auvc. .
C H. W Coi-traie, Ati'y w
Agent, wanted everywhere Hiime t Hot
ly legitimate. Particulara free. Addreea
W lKI H.Ht l.ouia, Mo . 45-pMy
Paint and Second Street.
"ITJOtJLO reepeottu'lv invite the attention
I of burera to hia atock of
Offered at wholesnlt prices aa low any
In any other market.
fiave on Sale lull tinea or
Urown & Uleached Itlusllns,
Calicoes, Checks, St. Ipes,
Glngliams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
VpOLES. GOODS Of ALL KIKDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and NOTIONS,
d i. .Mill: trx ttiiainMi tr nneonalled.
tLablinn hi at lo Oder inducement to tha
trad uuai to any omer nnuee i'p
NtXT Tuesday is regular
stock 6ale day, arid we are in
formed a considerable amount
of stock- will be oftVred lor said.
Ajjdy Crimmins took the
purse. Laving captured and ex
hibited twentv.six rat ecaipn.
Dr. DoLUoir Las moved to
gomerset, Ferry count.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
Death of an Old Citizen.
Jonathan 13rine, rjr., lamih
arly known to everybody in
this county as Father Brine,
died at bis late residence in
Mc Arthur, Jan. 3d, at 1 o'clock
1J. Al., of desease of the kid
neys, tDperinduced by old age",
lie was born in Massachusetts,
Nov. 15th, 1796, and was con
vequenlly in tbe seventy-eighth
year of his age. lie came to
this State when he was eight
years old, settling iu Rutland
township, Meigs county, where
he lived 20 years, moving
thence to Marion county, and
from there to this county -in
1820, where he has since re
sided, lie enjoyed nearly filly
lour years of married life, and
leaves a wife and lour children,
all grown up and married.
Mr. Brine was an honest
conscientious man, 'of bind dis
position, never banned a man
inteulionally, and consequent
ly was universally loved and
respected. He has been a
member of theUhnstiau church
forty-six years, was a preacher
ot'tbat denomination, and nany
incidents illustrative of his
zeal are related, some of which
we have published heretolore.
U3 was elected Recorder of
this county in 1856, aud served
five terms 15 years retiring
oi liis own tree will in 1871, be
ing too old, as he said to per
form the duties of the office.
As there has been some com
plaint that writing was ne
glected in our schools we ex
amined the copy books in Mrs.
Rich's and Miss Tucker's rooms
last week. We aro ol opinion
that those who complain will
have to brush up their chirogra
phy, or they will find they have
dropped behind their children.
All showed more progress than
we thought could reasonably
be expected. In fact we were
most agreeably surprised. Even
in Mrs. Rich's school, where
the pupils range only from
eight to twelve ) ears of age,
there was not one book which
might be classed as lad or
cureless, aud not half a dozen
that showed a blot or linger
Another Member of the Con.
Con. Irom Vinton County.
Tom. Duvis is a little bashful,
and didn't want us to say any
thing about that Christmas gift
old lady Rothwell left ut his
house, so he left us a bottle of old
Catawba to secure our silence.
Thomas is young aud naturally a
little bashful about such things,
and of course we comply. When
lie gets as olii,as we are he will
be used to such events, and not
mind it. However, we will just
remark that we have learned from
outside parties that it is a crack
in fine buy, and his name is Mil
B. F. Abmsthoko, attorney,
has shaken the mud ol our
village Irom his leet, and re
urued to his. native place.
London, where he has gone in
partner-hip with an old and
established lawyer. Mr. Arm
strong is a clever gentleman,
and made many Irlends during
tin short stay with us. We
hope he will post the London
ers as to our mineral wealth,
and thus revive the interest in
the Farmers' & Miners' R..R.
Attention is directed to the
card of Robert Clark & Co.
publishers and booksellers, in
another column. They enjoy
extraordinary facilities for fur
nishing books in every depart
ment of literature, pay special
attention to furnishing public
or private libraries and tfie im
portation of foreign books. We
command them as carelul
Adams' Linndale paper has
gone where the wood-bine
tvineth. "The Heathen Chi
nee" arrived in . town yester
day on foot from Columbus.
He reports Qeo. Doane on a
"Irani p."" and extends bib sym
pathies to him on account. ol
the extreme depth of the mud.
Out ot sympathy fof the boy
Id ths corn field, we give place
to the following, which, It cor
respondent informs us, is the
heart gnshings of a couple ol
llamden Vchool misses, not in
tended for publication, but cap
tured and Bubmilted:
to Ait ABSENT SCHOOL-MATS.
Georgle, thou wast mild and lovely,
Gentle ks tbe summer breeus
Pleasant as the air of evening;
When It floats among the trees.
Smiling Georgle, thou hast left j
Ne'er more we'll hear thy voice
Though we never will forget thee,
Yet we watch and watch In vain.
Yes; we watch still for thy cutnins,
Look still at the school-room'door,
Think we hear thy sweet voice hum
But ah 1 they say you'll come no
And thy little curly tresses
Never do our eyes now meet,
How we long to have thee with us,
To occupy thy vacautseat.
And Georgle dear, if thou art lonely
When the evening sky Is red,
Think of us and of us only
And get thee to thy little bed.
Ah I old school-mate, how we mUs
How we miss thy cheering smiles;
But thou art far, so far, from us;
For they say 'tis 'bout three miles.
But ah! we miss thy dinner bucket,
Sitting on the window sill;
But wo know you're In the cornfield,
Wast though put there 'gainst thy
Twas thy father who bereft us
Of thy joyous presence now
Could he not have spared you to us;
Or. did you want to learn to plow?
At the last examination of
teachers the following named
persons received certificates:
for 18 month Mary L.
Hawk and Thomas Vance.
for 12 monthtT. J. Grif
fith, A. 0. Johuson, Mary Uib
bard, Helen Holland, tnd
For 6 montkt 0. H.Colvill,
L M.Calvin, II. B.Strausbaugh,
and J. C. McGillivray.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Tub lollowing is a list of let
ters remaining in the postof
fice at McArthur, Jan. 1st 1874:
Henry Bel Us, Annie M. Bel
les, Jai e Clark, Vira Camp
bell, W. li Lucas, Lorenzo
Leach, Sarah Morrison or Re
becca Sims, Sarah Smith, Miss
Jesse Thomas, Clara C. Tjllom.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
The following is a list of let
ters remaining in the postot
Gce at Ztleski, Jan. 1st, 1874:
Oliver W Saucer, Henry
Tedrow, Samuel F. Vale. Nan.
cy Lmic, Oelestia Clatter,
Sade Wimas, Qeo. L. Jones,
Job Hatter, W. J. Stephenson.
J G WILL, P. M.
We will srnd the Record
and Wood's Household Maga
zine) one year tor $2 80, and
make each subscriber a pres
ent of a, handsome cliromo of
the celebrated Yo Semite Vai
ley. Wood's is the best maga
zine for tbe price in the coun
try, and the chromo is a fine
picture. Specimens of each
may be seen at this office'.
Dit Boooess. Dentist, Jack
son,lia8 come down to panic pri
ces. The Dr. is well known
here as a superior1 workman in
his line, and he now charges
only ten dollars lor a set of
Thk immortal J N. failed to
come to time last Friday eve
ning. This puts the pressure
on (he philosopher. We call
on him to go into the dungeon
cell and martyr.
Elder EwiKct will preach at
trie Christian Church next Sat
urday evening and Sunday
morning and evening.
Angelink Lord, an inmate ot
tbe Henry House, died last
Some kind hearted philan
thropist in Ironton, says tbe
Register, offers to furnish em
ployment to tbe deserving.
He proposes, at tbe present
stage ol the river, to go into
tbe wood business, and offers
to all wishing to accept the
proposition, one-half of the
driftwood caught furnishing
their own spike-poles, and de
livering his hall at his board
ing house. A rare opportunity,
From the Xenia Gazette.
Some Useful Information.
A question olten asked And
so often unanswered is, what is
the real cause of the superior
ity of some Cottage Organs
over others! We olten find
among organs of djflerent
makes but of the same style
and price, that some are much
belter than others: the tone
is not so rough, tbe action is
lighter and quicker, and tbe
ensehlble is 60 pleasing as to
decide us at once in their favor.
The reason the question is not
oftener answered is because
tew persons know the real one,
and it might be said further,
that even few of the manufac
turers themselves know it.
Wood is the only substance
Irom which a good sounding
board has ever yet been made;
and those instruments that
have the least metal used in
their construction are those
which are not only most reson
ant bat also durable. The man
ner in which the reed hoard ol
the best organs is constructed
is what renders them superior
to others. This idea of em
ploying the least metal possi
ble is more fully carried out by
the manufacturers of theEstey
Organ than by any ethers and
as a re8ult,we find in this inetru
ment a purity of tone and a re
sonance unequalled. The pe
culiar maimer of voicing the
reeds is another one ot the chiel
points on which the quality ol
tone depends. An expert can
readily name the make of an
instrument from some peculi
arity in its voicing; t,wo makes
are rarely voiced nlike. Wiihout
doubt the E-itey too is the fi
nest voiced reed instrument in
existence. Years and years ol
experiment and testing haven
been spent by the Esteys on
this point alone, which is
enough of itself to chow how
important it must be. The
tone always remains smooth
and rich. We have never yet
heard of an Estoy, Organ no
matter how old with a wheazey,
brassy tone. It, is pre-eminently
the organ that is built to
Tiik Republic: The Republic fub
Helling Couipuny, Washington, D. C,
The first number of Volume
II oi this sterling political
magazine is before us. It is a
number of great value, con
tainirjg many articles of inter
est and profit lo the political
The Republic is now a fixed
fact, and well does it deserve
its success. Moving in a sphere
entirely its own, it has by its
vigorous aud timely treatment
of the great questions pressing
lorward for conside'ation, re
ally earned its position, and, at
the same time, paralyzed all
Enjoying peculiar advant
ages ns to situation, having at
hand' all necessary data, and
being conducted with' great
judgment withal, tbe Repub
lie cannot fail of attaining tbe
summit of journalistic reputa
It is a necessity to any man
who wishes to keep posted in
politics. We will send the Re
cord aud Republic for $3.50 per
ReV. V. U. Beecham, of the
United Brethren church will
preach at the Presbyterian
church next Sunday evening.
Flour, per saclc flOO
Dried Apples... 1.50
Dried Peaches 3.'X)
Hams, country 12H
sugar cured .15
Smoked fsidea 10
Shoulders I 7.8
Pickled Pork 7
Lard ,. 38
Chickens, live 15a.2o
Hocking dalt per bbl . 2.40
Sacks , 15ii25
White Flsh..,,., 8.00
New Orleans Molasses
Star (Indies, per lb...
Soap, country per lb..
tVtai, oer biw
.res9fd , . ,
4.M a 600
TO BH1DGE BUILDERS,
NOTICK la hereby (I ven that aeeled prop
aala till be received at tha
Vinton County Ohio,
C O'CLOCK, 3?. 341.,
Monday, January 26, 1871.
for tha building- of
0s Covins Balsas witaSvoni A era urn,
Aeroaa B Raocoon, Creek, In Medteon town
ahip, at tha eroeaina of iheZaleaki and Pack
ard Mill road, near tha taleaki attain MilL
One Covered Bridge with Stone Abutment..
Aeroaa Big Sand Ron la Brown lowoahie,
near ths residence of Iaaao Keetoa.
Plans and Specifications
are on file for Inapeclion at tra Auditor' Of
Sea. And tha County Commiaaionera do
Proposals on Any Other Plan
Than thoae on file at the Auditor'a Ofllce, at
tha option of bidder: hut aropoaale oa other
plana ar required lo be aoompanled with
plana and ipeciflcationa, patting forth the
number ot apana, the l.ngth of each, tha na
ture, aualltv and aiae of tha materiaia to he
Ueed in the erection of theaune, lhealrofrth
ol tha atruetur when eonyileted.the eeoaiat
co.toflhe baae and eupefalrnrture, ana eUo,
whether there le any patent nitrit on tha pro
posed plan, and If ao, on what part, If noi a
the whole. All propo.au oiuat oe accompan
ied with a bond, in double the amount of aucb
bid, with at leaat two g.od aureliea.
1 he comnmainnere. nnwever, reaerre ine
right to reject any or all bide.
By order of tba Conimiaalunera.
v . w . ri.rinvi
Auditor of Vinton County.
Jan. 1,1874. Aw
To the Stooch oltler t of the OiWpolii,
McArthur dt ColumbitM liailroad Co,:
NOTICE la hereby given that the annual
election tf aeven (7) directors for aaid
railroad cotnpan: will be held Id Gallipoln,
Wednesday January 21, 1874
Commencing at nine (9) o'clock in tha fore
noon and climing at lour t) o eioca in tne ai
ternoon of .aid il.t day oi January, 1H7I.
J J. CAUOT,
Secretary of the GallipoliS, McArthur, A Col
umhu Railroad Company.
December ti, 1873.
GREAT bargains inlands.
FARM FOR SALE.
VtTlTHIN i mile of the M. A C R.
IT H The larm containa to arrei
lorty acre cleared. Fair Improve
menta. A uoud coal tank open and
working. V feet beat coal. For .aie cheap.
200 Acres in Jatkson Townhlp.
AA CRKS Improved. Fair houae and at a
1 UVble. lull godd timber, good orchard
17A gralled apple, 100 peach, 60 cherry and
I will take 11,700 for the tract; II 000 In
hand. Liberal terms on deferred payments.
Tnia land must sell.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
VQD timber land, well watered and near
Will be eold low.
. AND GENT'S
MIA'K A R'S II AT STORE
Choicfe Winter Apples.
HENRY J. BAILEY'
No. II Main Street, Near Faint,
Ordera promptly rilled.
State or Ohio, Vinton County t
Will, Brown & Co., Plaintiffs,
A. C. Dowd, et al. Defendants.
I VtVrOW COUNTT COt'ttT OF
COMMON FLEAM ORDEK OF MALE
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
sale ixHiied from the Court of Common
Plena of Viriton County, arid IS medire.-ted
aa Bhenfot enld County, 1 will offer for aale
in front of Ihe Court boui-e In the town al
McArthur, Vinton Countv, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 24th Day of January,
. A. D. 1874.
at Ihe hour of 1 o'clock. P. M of aald day, the
following drier ibed land, and tenement., to t.lt
(n-lot No. 220 in Ihi town of atcArtliur, Ohio.
Appraised at one hundred (tlOU) dollara, and
mart bring two-tnirdsolibitt eum.
To be euld aa ihe property of A O Dowd, et. al.
to aatiafy an order of -al, Iwned from the Court
of Common Plea. In favor of Will. Brown 4 Co.
TtHM OF BALK. Cash in band on day of
r-heritt Vintoa COuniy.
HnaimC. JoKtsAtt'y for PJai tiff.
Thursday Dec. if,, 173. ' S-w'
HO. JON EH, Adm inietraler of the e.rato
ofMnnaB Jones, deleaved ha filed his
acconnte and vouchers lor flnal Settlement,
and the same ajilt he for hvsrinaj on tha 16th
day of January, 1874, at tu o'clock A. M.
H. B M ATO, Probate Jude.
December S5,l73. 4t
Probata Court, Vinton Coanfy, Ohio'
VfOTICR Is hereby given that Charles
li bcborti. aa cuardiati of Mary J. and Im
retta L KK-hor, minora, haaflled nisereonnfa
with aaid wards lor partial eeltlemcnt. and
that the hearing thereof re eat tor the 3d day
of January, A. p. 174, al II o'clock, M M.
fi. B. HA TO Jp rebate JudW.
II YOU WOULD CONSULT YOUB
LOOK AT THIS OFFER.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On ail Si) let Tor tasiil
Wl OFFER NONB BUT TBS
BEST INSTRUMENTS MACE,
YERY OXE WARR VXTD 5 YERS
A $190ofjran for 14(1
.. 200 " " ISO
220 " tt 170
2.i0 " 1M
400 planfji " S00
COO " " 400
Bllalaten, Charekea aid Sabbath
cfceols faraiahed al wholesale rateai
n. It. BARNES
High St., tw door, west of Market,
ISdecT McARTHl'R, 0.
thos. a; melloru
THE BRICK SI ORE.
e , m.
In looking for Floliday presents do not forget that Mollor bus just rercirej
a new stock of goods especially for the Holiday Trade.
And a thousand other
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament
JUST RECEIVED EOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE;
Examine my stock and prices before buying.
TIIOS. j. MELIOR.
ISdeo 187 J
Nothing is so Beautiful,
Nothing is so lasting"
Nothing will Give so Much Plg&surd
and Profit to the Young and Old of
The Family as one of those
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
158 WEST FOURTH ST.; CINCINNATI; 6.,
GENERAL WESTER X AGENTS.
Or Kan a delivered to anypart of the CotmrV
free ol Charge. J. , IIVUCK,
A go lit for Vinton Conly, ;
Ilulhert House, McArthur 6'
FOR Heating Stbool Howies),
Cburcbes, Lodge Rooms,
Court House and
It (a cleanly, It is economical; it is health'.
IiiT. It keepa op a perfect circulation of air.
warmini all parts ot tha room alike. It took
tha Brat premium over all competitor at Ihe
. Vienna Ezpoaition. Cireula.aaod pamphlets
I containing engraving and full particulars fur
niened on application, or one oi me stoves
may be eeeo in operation at my .tore. Ton
are invited lo call, and see for yorraelres.
No. 9, Main St, '
Sole jent for Vintoa. and Rom conn tie, and
dealer la all Ihe mol approved ConkiruT, and
Heatmn Stoves, Houae Furnishing 6001a.
aid manufacturer of all kind of Tin, 8het
Iron and Copper Ware. Orders from the
country lor Rporltinf, Footing, etc., will al.
wave receive immediate attention.
J. S. McCOMMON.
Opposite the Emmitt House1,'
Shreckeikaift's Old $tanfi
UANUFACtOBBR AMD DBALIHI5
Pifio GoId Jev-olr-
American and Foreign Watches'
Heih Thomas Clock.;
b id Berts
Jet . '!
Pin. and StlidS
, n)(cuM ivr .
HiBiE i mn &U :.rtJK
a rrjLL LrsB o-F6fioDS sorriBttorf
- . HOLIDAY; . '
BRIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENT
tinoda made to orderand repairing done h
careful workmen. No extra charge lor en?
(raving goods bought at this rgtabtnitimtTrr