7 SPECIAL NOTICES.
' ' NORBIS.
T THR LA0HH OP HAMDE3I
AH VISTOJH COBSTT, OUIOl
"I woold respectfully announce that I
, kv opened a A'ew Millinery Store, id
the room lately occupied by Mr. Bur-
Ukaw in Hamden, Ohio.
, Bleaching, fretting and Coloring
done to order. 2Vimm4 Goodt kept
in stock, eombtntn the very Latett
' and J? Sfufe.
1 am vrevared (torn exverienee to
; pre entire tatitfaetion in the Butinett
or Aran fata making.
All cattimr done to order and a
warranted in all Cutanea, or the goodt
will Do paut Jor,
By impartiality and strict attntion
In Bunnell I ahull endeavor to please
mil customers, and will bo very thank
ful Tor all the patronage extended me.
! MRS. LIZZIE NORRia
: WORTH ADVERTISING,
. PRINT AND PEOSPEB
"J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
. offer to the Merchants and Furnaoe
' neu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. lUeptiy
i JHrtioular attention given to the treatment
or IM natural leetn.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 I'AINT MEET.
CJIILLICO THE, OHIO,
INVITE tho attention ofmerrhanla and fur
naceincn to the larue mock of (he above ar
ables Just received. We will sell l t le very
lowed Dguree to lite trnite. uraer toiiciteu
ad promptly attended n. Mjul
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
'for Vinton County will meet tt the
Union School House, in AtcArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd r-'aturduvi of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex-
minations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
fcy law from each apiJicunt
M. K. BAll.NES Ch'n Hoard of
J. . IIUUN, School Ex
. L. O. PEUL'UE, Cl'k, J auiiners.
Howard Sanitary Aid ASSOCia-llOIK
eor the Relief nod Cure ol the Erring and Cn-artiinteon
Principles of Christian
' .' Eatays entire Error of Vouth, nd the fol
Me of Age, in relMlion lo Marriage nod Social
Evilt, with aanitaiy aid for the afflicted
4nl free, 4a sealeJ envelope. Addresa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, H.:'u.)t
NO 115, 1. 0. 0. F,
wr' fcvfe-Iwnininmeiit will hereafter be
VlS?f "", the wecum! nud Inal
Awnr" Btuminj vciliig of each
swwefth. Patnarcha ol Mlier encanipme nta
who mav be visiting om n are inyited to
Juan T. Rapra, 8.
McArthur. Feb'v 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
fVHE-'Chewera' Choice, Is now taking the
A lead ol all other llrnnda. Hrighl in color,
Jleasant in lame, IoiikIi and lusting in chew,
hia tobacco peasea-en every quality to anit
ehewera, and fella by the in pound bucket
fullv le cheaper -per pound, than any other
brand of the fame grade and perhaps lesa
quality. Hal buckets oflhia celeniaied brand
have been aold In Chillicothe alona within
the laal two month', and trade xtill im-reaa.
Ing. Try!!" HCHAIKrEK KKAM KK
' Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacture'
agenta and aell at lowest Factor) Prices.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
AVINO fitted no our machinery in first-
elaas atyte, we are prepared to no
OABDIHG, SPINNING & WEAVING
oa ahort notice and in the moat ornmsn
like manner. We have oa hand and lor (ale
at our factory, a good supulyof
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we will aell cheap
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool
HOUSTON, 1MLI.ON O,
Sinn Altensville, Tintou 0 , O.
COZZENS & JOHNSON,
HAM bEi( O.
WE have parchaaed and Stted tip the
above mill and aolicit the trade ol the
(arm era of this vanity.
Special attention given to
. I v'
' And care given to please all customers. Mr.
A. A. UOZZEM), an experienced miller, hae
harg of the mill, and will not tail lo deal
fairly and give general satisfaction.
Flour, Meal and Feed
On hand an 1 for aale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
cozzens JounaoH, '
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
thought last Week we bad
nearly chronicled. the end of the
temperance movement in Mc
Arthur, but further negotia
tions opebed out a misunder
standing between Mr. Shockey
and the committee, about the
disposal ol bis stock on band
and the prayer meetings were
continued at his saloon, and
the regular union prayer meet
ings at the churches.
Ou Monday morning after
negotiations which did not ter
minate satlslactorily the ladies
went to the saloon for prayer
and were ordered out. They
took their position on the
pavement, and proceeded with
hinging and prayer. The
weather was cold and cheer
less, snow falling pretty much
the whole day, yet the ladiet
held their ground, continuing
their devotions until about 4
o'clock. In the meantime Mr.
Shockey had complained to
them of obstructing the side
walk, when they moved to the
gutter, where a platform was
quickly constructed by the by
standers from the scailoldinp
which had been used in repair
ing the Court Uouse.
At 2 o'clock Judge DuIIad
way arrived, Court was con
vened, the Grand Jury received
their charge, and retired to
their room, overlooking and di
rectly opposite the meeting ol
the ladies. Eumors of an in
junction to be issued by the
Court, and counter rumors that
all of the lawyers had refused
to have anything to do with
the 3a8e against the ladies were
curre.it on the street, but no
legal step was bken, and the
dty closed quietly except that
there came near being one or
two fights growing out of re
marks derogatory to the ladies
which were dropped by per
sons who were here lrorn the
surrounding villages, and who
sympathized with the liquor
traffic. It Air. Shockey had de.
sired to consolidate the public
sentiment of the community
against himself as the represen
tative of the business he could
not have resorted to a better
plan, for evening found trios
who had heretofore said and
done but little, active and plain
spoken upon the side ol the la
die?. In this respect we will
have to regard Mr. Shockey as
an unwilling public benefactor
On Tuesday morning the ia
dies again visited Shockey 's nnd
continued their meeting. This
time Mayor Payne waited upon
them and posted them in such a
manner as not to infringe upn
Mr. Shockey's rightjn the side
walk. After about three hours'
service, Mr. Shockey culled sev
eral of the ladies in and ngreed
to dispose of all his liquors at a
loss of ten per cent, on the whole
sale price, the Indies to make the
baliince of the loss good to him
This proposition, we believe, is
accepted by the League.
On the same evening a large
and enthusiastic temperance
meeting was held at the M. E.
Church, and a permanent tern
perance organization composed
entirely ot males was organised,
forty persons joining.
The man who runs the Enquir
er' gin mill tries to say some
thing sharp and cutting about the
Record, this week. He accuses
us of taking the side of the ladies
in this temperance movement be
cause it's popular. We haven't
heard him accused of tnkipg any
side, in this or any other reform
There is not a paper published in
Cincinnati or in any of the ad
joining counties, but what has
had more to say about affiirs in
McArthur than the inquirer.
He is no mealy mouthed that hi
is neither man nor mouse, ami
his position is despised by every
person, even the liquor dealers
whom be ceeks to conciliate.
Wb hope the ladies will bo
forget pawnbroker Bowen, ann
pray that new consignment ol
iD 00t f t,lfl reli8ioU8 DeW8?
lUYftnn got mad at the put'
licity given the matter and has
removed the bay windows
rrom the Court Uouse entirely.
. We acknowledge the receipt
of several reports of .State offi
cers at the bauds of lion. T. M.
Tub folio wing is a list of let
ters remaining in thepostoffice
at Dundas on the 1st of Feb:
John Simpson, Levi Ackley,
Vidance Harding, Martin West
fall. S. ISAMINQER, P. M.
Bowttf's Enquirer gin mill
is the only establishment in
McArihuftbat has not given
some kind of a pledge to the
ladies. Let the religious, pub
lisher have the prayers of the
TiieRe will be a Social Cotil
lion Party at the Bowen House
Hull, in Zilenki, on Friday eve
ning, Fob. 13ih, 1874 All are
invited to attend. Music will
be furnished by Mr. 0. M. Wil
8011 and Miss Alsiua Swepston.
Tickets $1.50, including supper
Managers Thos. A. Mellc, J.
A. Hall and J 11. Smith.
No man 6houId deprive bis.
wife and family of a good lo
oal paper. They do not get
out from borne to learn the
news as does the husband and
father, and the paper serves to
relieve the otherwise lonely
hours of his absence It is
the worst possible economy to
deprive the family of a good
(Jen. Grosvenor, who is Rep
resentative from Athens coun
ty, and whom all will agree
keeps posted on matters which
are or come before the House
remarked to one of our citizens
this week that the ladies1 tem
perance movement had accom
plished one thing at least: that
before the inauguration of this
ruovement the Adair law was
doomed by the present Legisla
r ure. It would have either
been repealed entirely or killed
by unlnendly amendments, but
with the consolidation of. pub
lie sentiment effected by the
ladies, the Legislature dare not
Wu learn that a determined
effort to incorporate the village
ol Hamden has been inaugur
ated. We hope the effort may
be successful. Situated as it is
at the junction of the railroad,
where all kinJs ot people are
compelled to lay over, every
drunken or unruly loafer lhat
is disposed to do so violates law
and decency with impunity-
while thpgood name of the vil
lage suffers in consequence.
While the effort is being
male to incorporate the village
tie hope some change will be
made so that the name of the
post office aud village may be
Tiia enterprising firm of Oil
man, Ward & Co. have filled up
their water mill in the south
west end of town with a new
turbine wheel which is an ex
ample ol the wonderful tri
umphs of mechanical art ol late
years. The wheel is 26 inches
in diameter nnd 10 inches thick,
using II cubic inches of water
per second. The wheel was
constructed by Mr. Gihnan, the
senior partner of the firm. The
mill now makes a superior ar
ticle of flour with its newly fit
ted up machinery. The steam
mill is to be repaired and re
filUd and is not running now,
but the water mill will be run
as long as the present stage of
water continues, and the pat
rons of the mill will be accomo
dated to anything in that line
by Messrs. Darius Gold and
Jonathan . Brine the gentle
mnly aud accomplished mil
lers woo supenn end the mill.
Thk engines lor the Wellsion
Furnaces Uo large double
cylinder engines were con
ducted last week. They are to
l)e built by the Chillicothe Ma
chine Works, a company noted
tor superior worR.nanship.
Work is still bein; pushed
m the railroad as rapidly as
the wea.her will permit.
In response to a letter from
Washington a committee of six
of our ladies now bold them
selves subject to orders to vis
it and pray with the Ohio Leg
islature. We did not learn the
names of the committee but
understand Mrs. Judge Mayo
heads the list. By the way,'
Mr. Bay sends us word that be
thinks it will hardly be neces
sary for the ladies to carry out
their intentions in this respect.
We differ from oar honorable
friend on this point. If the
prayers ot the ladies at Ions;
range have bad so salutary an
effect on the Legislature as we
are led to believe, we would
like to see them brought to
close quarters.' It will do them
Tub Enqdjrer is afraid the
Record will offend some person,
in what it says about the temper
ance movement. VVe entertain
no such fears for the Enquirer. It
stands between the ladies and the
saloon koepers like that other
long-oared animal that stood be
tween two bundles of straw, anx
ioua to get all, but afraid if it
nibbled on one side the other
would escape. -
Toe ladies' temperance move
ment is extending" all over the
country and everywhere meeting
with success. In our own coun
ty the ladies of Zaleski have or
ganized, and are about ready for
a forward movement in solid col
umn. We can only advise the
saloon keepers to yield at once,
for they are sure to do it in the
Mrs. Louisa Grimes left this
place, last Sunday for Columbus
Junction. Iowa, where her hus
band is living and in prosperous
TUB bill ol Mr. Dawes, refer
red to the Post-office Commit
tee, proposes that on all mail
matter ot the first class, includ
ing local or drop letters and
postal cards, 'postace shall be
charged at the rate of two
centa for each half ounce or
fraction thereof, provided, how
ever, that no stamped envel
opes shall be hereafter issued.
Tiik Mammoth Cave, of Ken
tucky, one ot the most renown
ed of American wonders, has
been sold to a railroad and the
Pullman Car Co., who will fix
things up there nicely.
The Ohio Falls Car Com
pany of Jeffersonville, Ind
which suffered severely by the
panic, has made satisfactory
arrangements with their cred
itors aud will resume opera
Muscatine, lorva, has tie
boss potato. It is twenty-one
inches long, thirteen in cir
cumference, about four pouuds
in weight, and has more eyes
Col. Wood, lite Postmaster
at Pi rtmtuih, lias buught a
IvHse ol the Ironton House,
and ia bow showing the lion
oniaus how lo keep a hotel.
' Came to his death while be
ng bit ot) the head with a
long-handled stew-pan in the
hands ol Ins wife," was thever
diet in a recent case in Illinois
Flour, per sacK. $2.00
Uom Meal per bush 60
Oats ,, iu
Dried Apples 1.50
Dried Peaches .. 3.'j0
Timothy Seed per bush.... 8.353.50
Clover " .... 6.00
Onions M .... .75
Hay ton l2.00al5.(K)
Hams, country 12U
" stisrar cured lo
Smoked sides .10
Pickled Pork 7.8
9 I..I.4.....I. .15
Butter , 2u
Cterse " 20
Chickens, live 15a.2n
tlocklntr Salt per bbl 2.40
Vinegar, cider 40
White r'isn 9.00
ICio Coffee 33035
Coffee Sugar 15
1 enow u " 12
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1. 00
Sorghum " 4050
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow " 15a20
Soap, country per lb 6n8
r earner ...... 6a5
Kags 02 a 03
Coai, pdr bus .78
Bogs, dressed, ....... ....4.00 a 5 00
H C. JONES,
ATTOBJiET at lav,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Mc Arthur, Tin ton C, O.
' REAL ESTATE,
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS 15 LAXS3.
1 BABE CHANGE TO BUT A HOME
'l'HB following Unda will be aold low oa
1 naaonabl terma at to payment t
OAACRB4 ol fine timber iaflJi near the
UVMiG. R. R. The limber will more
(had pay for the land II prtt op id the market,
Tula perfect, for full description call upon
or write to H. C, JUNES.
TT,TflIN m,1 f ,h M. 0. B.
-I II H The larm cobtama W) aerea
forty acre cleared, fair Improve
menta. a Kood eoal hank open and
working. 4 V, feet beet eoal. Fur aal cheap.
120 Acre! In Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watered and aear
Will be aold low. lfldee
E. 6. JONfia.
GEORGIAN A GRUMMON3 widow of Icha
bAU (jrummone, deceased, ho reside, in
thebtate of FeoosylvaDla, aod Mary E. Meicaif
and William N. Gruinmona who reside at
Hamilton, Ohio, Emma eultter and J. Jrne
who reanle al Zxnanville, Ohio, Sarah M. and
H Thernaa Oruminons who reaide atCohoo
ton, ohioi J. M. urummoos who reaide at
Cincinnati, Ohio, i. H. Urummona who re
aides at Loganaport, Indiana, Catharine
Ormnmona wno leaidea at Rournanlle, Ohio,
Mamie brummona who reaidea at 2neaille,
lhio and Jee Ornmmona, who reaidea in the
8 tale at Pennaylvaniai heiraat law of lehabod
Grummona, deceai-ed, will Uke notice that
alien Kadf I iff. administrator of the estate of
lehabod Grummnns, deceased, nn the mh
day of ecember, A V. 1S73 Bled hi petition
iu the Probata Court, within and for the coun
ty ot Vinlon nd State of Ohio, alleging that
trie personal eatale of aaid decedent ia insuhT
eient to pay hia rlebtaand thechnre of ad
ministering hia estate. That he died seised
in lee simple of the following described real
eatale aituate in the county nf Vinton and
But of Ohio to Wil: twenty 111 acre oft the
weal half of the north-west quarter ot the
i -nth-west quarter of aection twelve, IK town
hip ten, 10 ranee nineteen I.
Also, he Oorih-east quarter ot the eouttv
eaat quarter of aection elereni 11 township
and range aforesaid
The prayer of aald petition la for an orris?
eulhnriainii the aale of aaid premiaeafor Ihe
payment of the debit and charges aforesaid.
caid petltian will be for hearing on the 7th
day ol February, A. 1) IH74 or as loon there
after a leave oaa be obtained.
Adrhirllatrator of the estate of lehabod
January 10, 1874. , . 4w
ROCKY MOLM'i.X SILVER SPBLCE
Th moat beautiful tree In America
Pike's Peak Columbine,
Bocky Mountain Specialties, '
For deacriptive catalogue and price liat ol
LANDIS & FOGAN,
Dm via. Colosado.
Spatial ifulei to Ktnnymn and Dtalm,
Manhood! Ho Lost, How Bestored I
.mat Dtiniisneil, a heir edi
tion of lir. Culvert x-ll'e
Celebrated Esaoy on the
rudicui car. (without medi
cine) of -Pr.BMATOaail'a, or Hennnal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, lunoTlKcy,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta
to Marriage, etc., also, CoasUMPtiok, Knlep
av.and lita, induced by selMudulgence or sex
"(rice in a aealed envelope, only A cent.
The celebrated author in tlua admirable ca
nny clearly demonstrate from a Ihirlv reara
aut-ceasful practice, that the alarming Conse
quences ol aelt-ahuse maybe radical y cured
wiinoui me aangeroua ua or internal medi
cine or the application of the knife: pointing
out a mode of t ure at once simple, certain and
effectual, by menna of which every auflerer,
no matter what hla conduion mav be. mav
cure himself cheaply, prlvntelv, and 'arficolly.
"ThiB Lecture should be In the hand of
very youth artd every man in the land.
ent, under aeal. in Idain envelobe. to anV
adil.-esB, pnttvoitt on receipt ol six centa, Or
iwo poai stumpa, -
Also Dr. oulrerwell'a "Marriage Guide;"
price ISO centa.
CHAW. J. O KI.INE A CO..
127 Bowery, New Yoik, Post Office Box, 4,606
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
meat market in
Miia-kry a Buil
the Vinlon coun
y iail, and will
11 hand all the
vanetiet and the
si meat to tin
i.viind in the
I will tell at
fair prices, and
hv fkir dealing
hop to merit
iliu public pat-
A. L. H ROW ST
Nf Urn. .
Choice Winter Apples.
Assoited Va re ea,
HENRY .f. BAILEY'S
No. II Main Street, Hear Paint,
dy-Order promptly filled.
Ckrhtianat Work: G. H. Hburaenn. .npoi.is
contributor. They write for no other paper!
m America, i nree mnk-nincent enromoa
Pay lamer commission than any other pa
per. iiiauavsAiLHitui. an
secwrianiam. r.o sectionalism. O e agent
recently obtained 380 subscriptions in
eighty hours absolute work. Sample oop
H; W. AUAMS publisher, lOi Chambers
'reet, new lora
IHERFB? warn the public against bnving a
note on me dated October 84th, 1873 or
about that time, and calling for eleven hum
dred dollars f 1IU0 in one year from date. The
aaid note secured by a mortgage on my fcrm
was given to one Harrison Prieer, on or
about lha I4thday of Outol-er last. But sinca
lhat time aald mortesge and note have both,
been lost, or purloined lrorn the house nfiha
the aald Harrison Priest. I hereby notify the
fiider or the present holder lhat said note
har beea aaBsfied and cancelel, and warn ahy
persoaagain.t buyinat the .ame.
Bt H. W- CoviTiif, AU y. i,
1874 PROCLAMATION . 1874
THOMAS AtL MELLOE
THE BRICK S2 ORE,
Will keep on band throughout the preunt year a large and well uiotfe4
Add tbous&nd othti
Articles of CoMfort tJtility and Ornament,
which I will sell lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in Vinton County.
Eiamioe my itock and pricei before buying.
THOS. L MEUOIT
IT tOU tfOULT) CONSULT T0UB
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
225 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cash!
. . .ii
Wli drFER NONE BUT THE
best Instruments Made.
A 190orKn for ; $140
" 200 " so
" 2S0 ..; 183
" 400 piano ' 300
r0 " 375
" COO " 450
Minister, fckurche and Sabbath
School furnlahed at wholeaale rates.
H R. BARNES,
fa'inh St., two door
weat or Har 'et,
W US JL B
Ueatlngr School Uouaes,
Churcbes, Lodge itoonia,
Court Houses and
Ills Heinly, it I ecnnnmleal; It it HealtlU
(ill. It keepa up a perfect circulation of air.
warming all parts ol the roam alike. It took
the first premium oyer all competitors at the
Vienna Exposition. CirbulA -eadd patriphleta
containing engraving's and full particulars fur
niahed on application, or one ot the atovea
may be seen in operational my store. Vou
ere invited to call, and tee for yourselves.
No. &, Main St,
Sole agent for Vinton and Roas counties, and
dealer ia all the moal approved Conking and
Heating Htovea, House Furnishing t.oods,
and mnntilarturer of all kinna of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordira from the
country lot Hpotitidg, FooAng, etc., will a.
waya receive immediate attention.
J. 3. McCOMMdN,
JEWELER k SILVERSMITH ,
Opposite the Emmitt Uousej
Sbreckengauat'a Old Stand,!
MANDFACTBBBR AMD DBAI.KS 15
Fine Gold Jewolry.
American and Foreign Watches'.
Chstilin ' .
' in. and gud
1ABIE & mn GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LINE OF GOODS 8UITABLE FOR
BBIBAL 4 BIBTHD AY PBESENT8
Gnoda rnad" lev onlerand repairing done by
earMul workmen. No extra charge lor en
graving good boaghl at thia ettabllabmeai.
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest priJ
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market;
I will manufacture
to order anvthins de
sired In My line.
A full stock of C6&
fins and Burial Cased
always on hand. Wil
attend funerals w'$
hearse wnen desired
I4 ARM lIORtOIV
Corner of Hish ana locust Struts,
Notice to Hunters.
NOTICE ; Tiereby 'fjitn 'lhat 'ah feraonsj
are foTblddep to hunt or shoot on th
premises ofth underalgaed. All riot heed
ing tor tootics will be protecnted.
, WM. CHAiFS,
GEO. HOFFH IKES,
A. J. WORTMAN.
SWAS DOWN I
MINtAR'S II AT ST Off E
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