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" SPECIAL NOTICES.
T TBI LADIIM OF HAM DEX
Au Vlaros coisTT, vuiui
. " I would respectfully nnoanoa that I
bay opened a Ne Millinery Store, In
tht room lately occupied by Mr. Bur
Untkaw fa Uamden, Ohio.
. BUacking, Pruning and Cofortii
done U order. Trimmed Good kept
ia stock, combining the very afW
tod Beit Style.
I am -prepared -from experience to
gire entire tafoacfioii in the fiurinew
of Mantua Making.
All cotririjr, done to order and a fit
varranted in all iwtonce, or the goodt
will be paid for.
Bf impartiality and ttricl afenfton
in Biuinut I shall endeavor to please
all customers, and will be very thank
ful for all the patronise txtendtd me.
fMtef LIZZIB NORRia
THAT WHICH IS
PRINT AND PROSPER
J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
often to the Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton eounty, a euperior ttock
of Dr.Qooda and Notions, on terms
the most fatorable. lVeptly
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
' IWcArlhur, Ohio.
Particular atteuiion given to the treatment
of lit natural teeth.
OPfQSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
t 67 PAINT STItET.
CltlLLIQO THE, OHIO,
InVlTK tha attention of men-hante nd fur
naoemea to lh large lo-k of the above ar
t.elaajuet received. We will sell el I ie very
kwel figure, to the trade. Order) solicited
ead.prouiplly attended .0. . iUl
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meot lit the
Union School House, in JlcArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, Ootober and
November; and the let Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. E
animations 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
by law from each applicant.
M. It. HAUEd qi.'u ) Hoard of
J. a IIUUN, USohuol TE-
L. O. mUMJE, Cl'k, j uminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
for the Relief and Cure ol the Erring end Un-forlunuMon
Essays ea tha Errors of Youth, end the fol
Ilea of Age, in relation le Harringe and Social
Evils, with sanilaiy aid for the afflicted
4enl free, in aealeJ envelope. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'vnl
r NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F.
T) EGUliAR Meetings orthia Kn
lWimnmnt will herealter be
Eheld on the aecend and last
Menda evenlnce ef each
anemia. Patriarchs ol other encampments
whe mar be vieiting oni nun are invited to
attend. PARIS HURTON, C. P.
Joan T. Rim, 8.
MeArtbur. Feu'y IT, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
flHE-'Chewere' Choice, la. now iaCiag the
. lead ol all other Hranrie. "Bright in color,
pleasant In taste, tounh and btsiibf Jathew,
this tobacco poaasea every quality to auit
anewere. and aella by the IU pound bucket
fully loe cheaper per pound, lhau any other
brand of Ihe same grade and perhaps Icbs
quality. lUU buckets of this celebrated brand
have been aold In Cbillirotha alone within
tha east two montha, and trade atill inorens.
Inf. "Try II" CHiEFHSK A KKAMKR
Chilhcothe, . Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
a(entaadaailatlowst Factory. Prices. .
tXmav ISTO . ""
HA VINO AIM ep our machinery in first
elae atylV"t are prepared to do ,
CiM5lS.fi, EirHPG 4 WEATflW
a ahoH aetkte and nl the wo it workman
hke manner. We have on hand and for aale
si our lector, good supply, of . . , . .
. hi BnchM . '
J cins, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
q - . wuavaa f W otiis ev vuvewaa ' i
The Hljheit Market Pnco in Cain,
aatkl'ok ewlil JI nliun . .
BOUSfON, MLI.ONA O, c
Allenavilla, Vmtoa O , O.
C02ZENS & JOHNSON.'
WB have parehaaed and fitted up the
above mill and tolioit the traue ol the
fcrmara of tbia I'dmy.. , .... -.
Special attention given to
Aad care aiveo to oleaae all euetomer. M r.
A. A. UoZZKMS, an rxperifnceu Duller, haa
aharge ol tha null, and .will not lull to deal
ialrly and gi ve general aati.lavtion.
Flour. Meal and Feed
On I and anl for aale at .
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
The temperuoce movement in
MeArtbur hsi lost none of its in
terest. Last Saturday John
Jones and J. J. bhoclcey shipped
their respective stocks. This
left Patrick O'Keefe's the only
saloon stock left in the village,
and he had pledged himsult to
sell only on a physician's pre
scription. The ladies were still
negotiating with him for the
abandonment of the business en
tirely, when, on Monday, he an
nounce!! to them that he would
"sell under the State law." There
upon the ladies again resorted to
prayer, and being forbidden the
use of the saloon they held their
meetings all day Monday and
Tuesday on the sidewalk. Mr.
O'Keefe invited them, into the
part of his houee occupied as a
dwelling, but being turned from
the saloon they chose the street.
On Wednesday morning Mr. O'.
Keefe made everything as com
fortable s possible for them by
placing carpeted benches for their
accommodation on the sidewalk,
but as he was to be absent to at
tend his trial on an indictment
found at the May, 1873, term of
Court, they attended the sitting
of the Common Pleas Court,
where they remained all day
spectators to the progress of the
trial. This is the situation at the
time of going to press. Four of
the saloons are no more forever,
having disposed of their stock;
thn ladies are still hopeful of the
About three o'clork on Tues
dav morning the residence of Mr.
E. B. Pugli, on the corner of
Market and Mill streets, was dis
covered by the ocnupants to bo on
fire. Mrs. Pugh first smelled the
smoke and upon investigation tire
was discovered in the front room,
which was occupied as a millinery
store. It is supposed to have
communicated from a coal of fire
falling from the grate. Tlio fam
ily first attempted to arrest the
flumes until it was discovered
that the fire had more of a start
thnn was at first believed, when
the alarm wad given. The fire
had gained such headway before
any considerable number of per
sons had arrived that the destruc
tion of the house, as well as part
of its contents was inevitable.
By hard work the residence of
his son-in-law. Mr. J. M. McGilli
vray, adjoining and connected
with Mr. Push's residence by a
frame porch room, was saved with
trifling damage Mr. Pugh's loss
will probably not fall much short
of $1,700. Mrs. Dan' tUouth, bis
daughter, who had been engaged
for feveral weeks in preparations
to join her husband in Missouri,
lost clothing and other goods to
the value of 9300 to $400. $75
will probably cover, the loss of
Mr. McGillivray in the scorching
"bis bouse got and damage in tlje
removal ...of furniture, i, Neither
one of the parties were'insured. . ,
.. it may occur, to those pereons
who know that they are indebted
to Mr.- Pugh that now will be a
most opportune time to settle up
their liabilities Every little
helps in such a case as this.
MA yob Payne id ftnqus to
complete ' the organization ol
thejrepa.rirneiit. ut t&r. the
ordiuabce'pased by 'ibeJOoun
cil tor tbatpufposeij'ut ls'po"
erless to do so unless our citi
zerji first ake 1 hoH and'organ
ize : a company, the uld' on?
having "gone where the wood
bine twineth."' It .to' be
. r , ,.'.:,. if
hoped this matter will not Ion-
f er -fee neglected ' Organize
hoii is a neceHiity iu htiiig n
lire. BesideH, it ';n(?eda' some
persini wii thj power to.tn-
tore H88IHlrtCt ir'll 'll'H p '
els, and Ailiiedd h atmiu-
ol tiieir beithjjijr h i' VP ' '
wilhi'Ui luiniitg la lian.i
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What u hn'a the jmbhln '
gQ ndpork eViaer1'" r
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE DU HADWAY PRESIDING
IheUrand Jury cumpleted
their .labors last Thursday
Sixteen I ndictmehts were
found, two of which are nbl
made khown at the time of go
ing to press. The other iodict
menu aire as follows: George
Diirst, cutting with in'ent to
wound; Patrick and Wm. Ma
lone, house breaking; Eliza
beth Blankenship and Fanny
Tracewell, decoying a female
under eighteen years of age to
prostitute her person; Henry
Uuffhines, adultery; Mathew
Slosser, keeping a room where
intoxicating liquors are sold;
John J. kShockey, same and
three indictments for selling to
minort; Patrick O'Keefe, keep
ing a rcom where intoxicating
liquors are sold; Theresa Wis
enbarger, same, and selling
liquor to a minor.
The Jury reported that the
jail wai kept in good condition
and the rules lor the govern
ment of such institutions were
Nelson Richmond vs. John
R. Allston, A. & E. D. Wolf vs.
Johu O. Kennedy, Robert
Barnhill vs. J. R. Jolly, Simon
MoUll vs. Delight Bowen, John
R. Shore vs. M. & O. R. R. Co
James F. lowell vs, James
Miller, James McNeal vs. Jas.
N. Douglas, Stephen Salts vs.
Samuel Brewer, Miller, Green
& Joyce vs. Win Mark, W. N.
England vs. J. G. Ross, Solo
raon Shipley ,vs. M. & O. R. R.
E. W. Freeman, adm'r, vs. M. &
U. R R, Ephraim Hunter vs.
Rebecca Hunter, adrn'x, Uhas.
Hunter vs. Sarah Hunter, Johu
Murray vs. James E. Johnson.
Robert Perrin vs. James Carni-
han, Racbbl Lee vs. John.. P.
Coe, David Keel on vs. M. & 0,
R. R, Sarah A. Myers vs.
Henry 0.' Haynes, Jane Root
vs. E. D. Dodge, Harvey Wells
vs. Vinton Purdy, Thomas
Foley, ve. Partrick Tyne, Chas.
H GroEvenor vs. James Lock-urd.
Rebecca J. Queen vs. Elea
zer iVoodruff, Robert A. Dim
kle by Burnett Aiken, guar
dian, vs. Benson and Pearly
Dunkle, Mary J. Sprouse vs.
Joun Camiiick, Sarah J. vs
Robert A Brown, Thos. H. An
tlerson &. Co., vs. John U.
Boiev, Stale vs. Samuel All
man, S. V. Dodge Vb. M- & C.
R. R, J .ckoon Brooks vs. Mary
Ann Brooks, Freeman A. Saun
der vs. (Jeorge Hartley, State
vs. Mathew Slosser for riot,
State vs. Wm. Lee for libel,
Abigal vs. George Dill, Slate
vs James Campbell and Jacob
Searls, lor assaulting an officer.
James Campbell vs. Charles
Mulholland and Milton 'Peo
ple's, for wrongful arrest. Trial
by jury and verdict lor plaintiff
lor $233.' Defendants gave no
tico ol demand fof new, trial.,..
Thomas J. Simmons vs. Da.
vid Johns, , and wife. Suit for
$l,0d6' d amages lor alienating
i he affections of plaintiff's wife
who is, the daughter ol the de-
fendants. Trial by. . jury ,-.and
Ve.rdic for,d.etendao s. , ; , i .
, E. D.'Dotlge vs U Plyley,
adi.o JolinP Plyley. Judg
ment by default lor $367 31 ,
Tacy Ray vs, 11; 0. Ply ley ,
adm'r. Judgment, lor $27030.
Puplio at't.enti m is directed
to an. ordinance on the- liquor
Question 'i thei 'Kd'Ve'rtisiilg
columns. It is an exact0 copy1
of ( the famous Mcpon.ollsyille
ordinaiice,' and if any person'
1501.8 iia luuiyuiig e can as
sure them in advance that its
yaWity has been (fifty sqsU'iiv
ed by the Supreuie Court of
be ''State, aiifl" its pr.VHiohs
aim be norouUv euf rse 1.
tit ir-iin v-'.s mi I
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V.'l' liii t-rJ l.trorwin-r ill fr. A'.
; f!l lu-f Mll'i.'li1,,
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filri- lit. f-fiilt-'
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ii--. ii iu v.L.o.r. ,vr w V u- UIC
nil 'liioti mv iiiiirinne--
Transfers of Real Estate.
Auditor to Andrew J. Watts,
42 acres, Harrison township,
Sarah L. Cox to B. Fjohn
son, 58 acres, Swan township,
Joseph Cox to B. F. Johhson.
102 acresi Swan township
$3,206. . ' '
James Eichor toF. M. Da
prey, 8 acres, Jackson town
Geo. T. Gould to Matthew
Ash, 7 33 100 acres, Brown
H. C. Shoemaker to Rebecca
Shoemaker, one half ol 120
acres, and one-sixth of 160
acres, Richland township, $500.
L 'bry Eiegler to Thomas
Ankiom, 73 acres, Jackson
Jas. M. Henderson to Sam
uej Camp, 15 atitesj Jack
son township, $150.
Thos. W. McGiffln to Samuel
Camp, 15 acres, Jackson
John McCoIlam to Samuel
Cuup, 10 acrej, Jackson town
Ezekiel Ratcliff to Lemuel
Clark, 160 acres, Harrison
At the last examination of
teachers, the following named
persons received certificates:
Per 12 Months. Tit H. Craig,
Amy Craig, S. J. Craig, Sadie
Johnson, Jacob Zerke, John
Hoffhines and AnnaMcKln
For C Months. Eliza Ca9sill,
Abraham Cassill, W. S. Martin
dill and Hat tie Cox.
L. O. PERDUE, Clk.
Eld H. A. Pallister will be
in MeArtbur, next Saturday,
and will preach at the Christian
Church, on Sunday morning
and evening. Mr. P. will re
main Here a short time visiting
the members ol his former con
gregation. Mr. Isaao Dunkle is back on
a short - visit, and reports him
self well pleased with his new
Judge Noah Davis, of New
York, who 'sent Bofs Tweed
up," is occupied with the bill
of exceptions in the Tweed
case, which with the writ of
error, amounts to nearlv four
thousand pagee of foolscap.
It is scarcely probable that
even this formidable document
will be sufficient to induce the
Judge to change his views of
Tweed's guilt or the fairness of
Tue Ohio State Board of Ag
riculture awarded the pre
mium for the best crop of
wheat in 1873, to Mr. Jacob
Mumma, of Moorfield, 'Clark
county the crop averaged 43
bushels 12 rounds to the acre.
in a field of 20 acres. The pre
mium W88 550. . ' ' . ,
The Buffalo i Board ' of Traded
is dissatisfied, with the appro
priatipq.made by .Congress tor
improving the harbor of. that
city, and clamors lor more. '
AamuelCrago and LbiiiaitEi IJar-
. Darjus Ferrel ,and Georgian Foster.
Joseph A. Graves and Wary ,C.Col.
litis;'" ' . .
Flour, per sacK ... a
corn Meal per bush.
Beans '.M .
I lieful Lnn .ihnn
Timothy Seed per bush. . . .3.263.50
Hay tori M
Smoked Sides ,vi i a j .
lulliiwi. . ... i .
i'liicb;;,!, iiv.'.t .-.
I:-. ' dtiC yiT tin.
i:ifj;M'. cividt.- ..
. 02 h f3
iiil.. t:ti .
' ti j v
.4.W a WI
Pbihcb Napoleoh has gone
to join the Princess Clotbilde,
and they will return together
to Paris, where they propose
For selling a blind man a
pair bf boots of different num
bers, Thomas McDermott, of
Providence, Rhode Island, will
languish in jail for ninety days.
Tac lower House bf the Mis
souri Legislature", after spirited
debpte, defeated the bill to al
low women to be elected tb of
flee under the school laws by
a yote ol 30 ayea to 77 nays.
The Georgia Grangers have
organized a company for the
shipment of cotton direct to
JH (J. JONES,
attor.net at Law,
REA ESTATE AGENT,
MeArtbur, Vinton Ci. O.
HE XL I.MT1TE,
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GEEAT BARGAINS 15 IARD3.
A BASE CHAH0ET0 BUY A HOME
ir HE following landa will be aold low on
X n aaonable lerma aa to pajraent i
(OAACREJ ol fine timber land, near the
1 ZuM A C. R. H. Tha Umber will more
than pav tor the land II put up in in market,
Title perfect. For full dftacrijMloh call upon
or write to i fl.C.JONEd.
JUinlTHIIl Smile ef the M.AC..R.
faaaiffl V H. The larm oootama 80 aorea
Kirty aorea claared. fair improve
nienta. A ood coal baok open and
working. 4, feet beat coal. Fvriale cheap.
120 Aorei In Harriion ToWnshipi
GOOD Umber land, well Watered and dear
Willi sold low. ltdao
B. O. JONES.
ROCKY ilOUM'I.X SILVER SPRLCE
The most beautiful tree ia America,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
Booky Mountain Specialties,
For deaoriptiva catalogue and price liat ol
LANDIS & FOGAN,
Dm via. Cotoaaso.
Spacioi Balm to Nurmymn ead DeaUrt,
Manhooai How Lost, How Bestored I
just Aimiiafeeii, a new edi
tion or Dr. Culverwell's
Celebrated Eaeay on the
radical cure (without nieiii
cine) of -itAToaiir, or Seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Lnaaea, UpoTiNcr,
Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta
to Mrtrrinne, fbi., also, Conjubptiok, EriLir
st, and lit, induced by aell-ivdulffence orsci
awt'rlce In a sealed envelope, only Scents.
The celebrated author In this admirable es
say clearly demonstrates from a thirty ejtrs'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences ofseli-abusa maybe radical jeajred
without the dnjigeroua use of internaVmedt
cine or the application of the knife; pointing
out a mode or c ure at oncesimple, certain and
ettecluHl, by menos of which every sufferer,
no mailer what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privatelv, and radically.
sMTThla Le ture ehould be in the handa of
every youth and every man in the land.
went, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
add.-eas, pottvoul on receipt ol six cents, or
two post stumps.
AIo Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide,"
price AO cents.
CHAS. J. O KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post Offiue Box, 4,800
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
meat market in
y lail, and will
' n hand all the
vanettea and Ihe
it meat to be
lound in the
I will sell at
fair price', and
bv fair dealing
hope to merit
the public p&tV
A. L. B1IOWS
400 . UAltUKLS
Choice Winter Apples.
.i'-ll'-- ' :.' ' it' '
' Aisiaoited uVa rotes,' .
: H i . AT ''
IIEIVRY J. BAILEY'
No 11 'Htdn Street. Hear Faint,
, umjLfiiiuijrjiiii, u. ;
WOrdeM promptly filled.
18decJS7S i '
T. D WlttTalmam ia editor of tha TA
CtriKiaa at Wort: 0. H. Hburseon. aoeciall
contributor. They write for no other papen
Bl'ay larrr ioi?'ii'iSHi.n ihnn hdv oihnrpa
in a-i erica, i nree nmunincent rhromoa
er. iiiitvnvs ai.L kkjiui...io
..e-lar!pini. f.v iw-rniii.tJiiiii ) e a-ui
ri-vn.iv.. fvmniGi'iv; NDevri5HOi M
naaiy nnnr- lMiliitv work, tan i.lt ci.
.i) .ii'ii'iii ixi-siontire. n
n 1- v ' i'ri S -r' t
II :' I i Ml I -u i I " "i ' , V' . I I';.'
-h. - .i-i.ii r rlfj-i -', - ! .i t it-. -he
bie.l!l.4'.-' a..J ..v-.V.l. !.l w..rn ny
laAtrMltn HiTMllll.1 hUViriaf lll allir.
. .:' -UPJ
1874 PROCLAMATION 1874
THOMAS AL MELLOR
the is hick m oiifii
Will keep oil band throughout the present year a lare and well Assorted
stock of ,
And a thousand other
Articles bf C6ixifort Utility and Omainent;
which I will sell lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in Vinton County.
Examine my stock And prices before buying;
Tiios. a. Mum.
IITOTJ WOULD CONSULT YOTJB
LOOK AT tHiS OFFER.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cash!
WE OFFER NONE BUT TBE
best Instruments made.
EYERY OE WARRAXTD 5 YEARS
A $190 organ for... . $140
" 200 " lftu
" 220 " 170
" 250 " 183
400 piano " 300
600 " " 375
" 000 " ..450
9IlnUterw, Churebea and Hnbbatb
Schoola furalahed at wholesale rates.
H, 11, BARNES
Hlxh St., two doora
west or Market,
w k sj
Ileatlns; School; IlouRes,
Ihurcbes, Lodge ttoorut,
Court Houses aad
It is cleanly, It is economical; it ia healths
fill. It keena up a perfect circulation of ai r.
warming all parts ol the room alike. It took
the first premium over all competitors at the
Vienna iposition. Cireula t and pamphlets
containing eogrHvingaaml full particulars fur
nished on application, or one ol the stoves
may be aeen in operation at my stors. You
are invited to call, and see for yonrselves.
No. 9, Main St.,
SiiiatgentlbrTintoD and Rosa counlieai and
dealer in all Ihe most approve Cooking and
Heating Stoves, House Furnishing Goole,
and manufacturer of all kin'n of Tin Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordtra from tha
country (or 8 pouting, Poofiog, etc., will al.
ways receive Immediateatlenuon.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AMD SILVERSMITH i
Opposite the Emmitt House,
Shreckeigauat'i Old Stand,
1 . i . A ; ! ' : ' ' i .
IfAt CfACfCBER AHD DBALB1 IS
Fine Gold Jewelry.
A genu for
American and Foreign tVatches.
rj..-. w. .
H war ! '
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tfl'le Hi SUi!
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l krat.irwla bwoibs M mis .MaldiabiM..
V ijaoW , 1
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at idwest pri:
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market;
! I will manufacture
to order' anvthinej dej
sired in my.line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial 'Case?
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w-.T
hearse wheri cjesifedj1,.'
r.ihis noRToiv, ,
OorneiofHlgliAndLoonst Btreelfit ''
Notice to Hunters.
OT1CB i hereby given (hat all peraotsl "
are forbidden to hunt or shoot on tb .
premises of tha uodersigaed.. Alinothesd- ' . '
c rnia nonce win ne proiecuien.
i.. .WM. CRAIO, - -I ..v
' feEO. HOFFHINES
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- ISnovSm ;. A..J. WOBTMAN.
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