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SPECIAL NOTICES.
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchants tod Purnece
Bieu of Vinton eounty, a superior stock
of Dry Quods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable, lveptiy
N. J. BOWERS,
It IBIDEM' DUN 1 1ST,
McArtliur, Ohio.
Particular ttution gives to lb treatment
f lh aatural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOAKD of Sobool Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, In Mo Arthur, on
the 1st snd 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to eomtnenoe at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
case. A fee of 50 oenta is required
4y law from each applicant.
M. tt. BAK.sEd C'h'n Hoard of
J. . UUtlN, Vriohool Ex-
L. 0. PKKL'UE, Cl'k, J aminers.
Howard Saultary Aid Associa
tiun. ft the Relief ud Our ol the Erring end On
forluuateoe Principles of Chri.uaa "
Philanthropy.
Eats? ao the Errors of Youth, and the fol
Itiei or Age.' relation to Marriage add Social
Kills, with Mutual, aid for the afflicted
Sent free, la eealeJ enselopee. A'llrs,
BOWABO Ad8oCUTKN, Box P, Plvjal
p hie. Pa.
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0, 0. F.
,v TEOlll.ARMeHiriKoflhlKn
rVjft. IVamprnent will herealier be
,9J3F -ld oa Iheaweand ana last
rsaW Bleaday ventage at' each
eaaala. Hmninha m ther ewainpmeuia
who mar ba visiting om wi are inviteil to
attend PAKIb HUKION.C. P.
Juan T. Basse, 8.
JtcArtbur. eb'v IT 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
aiHE 'ChfWtTH'.Choiie, la now taking the
lend olall other Hranrta. blight hi color,
vleasant io taate. tough and lai-lin iu chew,
ilila tobacco poa-esery qunlity l aiilt
cbewera, and -Me b the ID und hui-ket
t u lit Hie cheaper per pound, lhau an, othe r
bread of the same grade and i-trrm less
quality, luu bucket of thieeelehiaied bread
have been sold la Chillii-olha alone within
the last two month, ami Inula mil iairea.
lug. "Try It" bCHEKrlSR KKAMKH
Chillieothe, Ohio, are (he Manufacturers'
gents and sell at lowest Kaotori Prices,
ittmav 1874
QUEliNSWARE
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT &TJ1ET.
CHILL1CO TUEt OHIO,
INVITE the aliention of merchants and fur
naoeineo to tha large slw-k of tha above ar
svieajuat received. We will null at t a ter,
Jow.sl figures to the trade. Order, solicited
aod promptly attended M. Kiul
;, that which is
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER
Thousands of Lives and Millions of
Property Saved
BY mm THE AMERICAN
SAFE1YKER0SENF LAMPS.
Tbee lumps are mi de of brass and will
never niak.
The burners have a safety tube attachment
for th escape of gaa.aod will uever ezaloiie.
The chimneys are made of mica or tein
Sri aa so railed and they are Ihei olt lamp
chimneys made that will not break b, beat or
eold.
Glass chimneys am unsfe sna expensive -
this is the universal complaint.
iysr eesenly.flsa millions of glallamp
chimneys are broken in this country every
year.
Price of hand lumps, complete, with mica
chimne) s, one dollar. Price of l.rotise parlor
or stand lamp, two dollar. sent In nny patt
of the UnitHi btates by eiprev on receipt oi
tha money by mail. mo agem wauled to
ell these la .ps snd mi. s chimney, id eeiy
city and town, to whom a liberal diHuuiintaill
be msda. bend loreample lann-a sn.l circiM
lar giving all particulars. '1 hey Speak lor
themselve and sell on Haht. Aiicfresa,
AMfcKIOaN sA'tiT LAMFCO.,. "
Ho. 240 Pearl street ftw Vork. ,
AIXENSVnUS
WOOLEN MILL.
DIIXON; HOUSTON & CO.
PBOPBIB OE3.
TTAVINO fitted up our machinery ip first
.JleiaVs style:, We are prepureil to do -
OAEDING, EPIiraiNQ 4 WEARING
on short notice and in the moat aorxmsn
. like manner We have no hand and lor (ale
. at our lactory.a K"d sUpuiy of
WKOLU GOODS,
Buch as ''
- r-i-.i. ni. -1.1. s
.juaiis, rianneis, DiaiiKtsis, otu,
which we wlil sell cheap
The Highest Market Price iu Cash,
... r.ipisw.w Wool. .....
HOUSTON, MLI.UN O,
inn AMeDBVilie, Viuiou O ,0.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON,
yilOPRIETOBS
IlAlTIbEN, O.
WE have purchased and fitted up the
above nilk aad solioit the rad ot the
iarmers of ttfa rciniiy.i
Special attention given to
C D$l;OM ., rWORR,
And eare ' In to pleaaa all customers. Mr.
A. A. UUZZiyNS, an experienced miller, baa
charge ol tha mill, and will not lail to deal
fairly and nve general satisfaction.
Flour. IIeal and Feed
' On hand anl for sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES
tOUT 'CUZXIiJiS A JOHNBOW
iSaXI f uesday i Ihtf teUlar
tfjck aJendVy. ' !'' V , I-',,,
THE VINTON RECORD.
Oftolsl Orqsrt of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Wi publistt in Sapplemdut
to-day the speeches of (Jen
Orosvenor and Lion. James
Scott, of Jibe House, in opposi
tion tolhe partisan re organiza
tion of the Benevolent Institu
tions of the Slate. There are'two
things in those speeches to
which we wish to particularly
call the attention ol the people.
First, the extravagance and
reckless increase ol expenses on
I he part of the Democracy. Sec
ond, that the Republicans are
doing all (hey can to stop t til
tide of extravagance with Us
Cf rtain result ol increased tx i
tion. Rend the speeches care
fully, and then hand them to
your neighbor for his perusal,
so be may know just what is be
ing doue in the ninie of re
frenchmen! and reiorui.
Theeb will be a business
meeting of the Elk Township
Temperance Alliance at the
Prfsbylerian chuich, next Sat
urday evening. Every member
is requested to be prenenl, as
business ol importance will be
brought belore the meeting
This is the organization which
was effected at the M. E
(Jiiurch early in this move
ment, to assist the ladies in
their efforts to promote the
cause of temperance. As l here
are a number of persons who
beoume members at that time
and pltce, who have attended
U'ine of the m eiiucs since, it
is believed that (bey have neg
lected the matter by reason ol
losing the name of organiza
tion liom their memories.
Those persons are particularly
reminded of ihU meeting.
Wk learn that it is reported
in Allentville, and was used
against him in . the election
last Monday, that Michael
Snyder, of that village, insult
ed the ladies of McArtliur
while they were enguged at
prtyer In one of the' saloons.
In ju8ice to Mr. Snyder we
will suy that tile report i
without. foundation. Mr. S. did
visit one the saloons while 'l he
ladies were prajinginit, but
slated that he did iiol know
tney were there or he would
not have ventured in. B-ing
caught, however, those who
were present say he took off
his hat, sat down and -gve
close attention to the services
until they wrre concluded, and
afterwards spoke reBpeclu!h
ofiheladies and the exercises
to which ha hd listened. We
are sorry to say that the con
duct ol some men who aspire
to be Micke's superiors in Ken
liliiy has not been so lar above
reproach.
Thk atlentiun of Mr. 0. F.
Baldwin, Special Agent of the
P- 81 Office Department, is di
rected to the McAnhur En
quirer, ol April, 8 ih which has
In-en circulated in the mails
in violation of. the laws ol the
United Stales, to punish and
profiit'il the circulation of oh
cene publication We doirt
see why Mr. B iwen should be
allowed to rirrulate indfcent
matter any more than the Nrw
York publisliets, who have
been squelched by the Depart
ment, for that tffjiise against
public tuorala' .,. ,; . ( ,
Thb whisk) ring counted on
a certiiln victory iu Mc Arthur
at the corporation election.
They counted uoses, but miss
ed their calculation in count
ing all Democrats as opposed
to temperance. That's where
they made their mistake. .
D",N- J. Bowbkb, Dentin',
has removed Ins office to the
Davis 'Building, opposite the
Vinton County National Bank,
where be will be pleased to see
all bis old friends and as many
new ones as are pleaeed to call.
Wm.'Sbt wants to make a
present oi a new bat to tbe
man who scratched bis name
off a ticket and substituted Job
Lucsb. Who i? the; lucky mftftf
Let him step up and claina the
chapeau. 'j'-. V I '-'l
Corporation Election.
Tbe election 1, Mc Arthur
turned. upon the question of
temperance, and resulted in a
complete triumph of .. that
cause. Two of the -men nom
inated by the whisky caucus
Wm. Sry and Jesse Ullom
were elected, but owe their
election to the tact that they
openly endorse the temper
ance movement.. The follow
ing is the vole in the corpora
tion: For Oouncilmen Leander
Sprague 73, James W. Delay
85, Francis Strong 85, T. B. Da
via 71, 0- W. Oilman 72,
Charles W. Barnett 71.
Mayor Pails liorton 84,
E. N. Barnbill 70.
Maishal James Myers 65,
Win Sry 83
Clerk Morris Evans 86, J.
V Esler69
Solicitor Wm. J. Rannells
84, E. A. Br, l ton 67.
Street Commissioners Rob
ert Sage 72, Jesne Ullom 80.
Treasurer J. A. FeIton,no
opposition.
Ik Township Election.
The piincipal interest on
Monday centered in the cor
poration election, where the
fuht WHX-d warm on th tern
pTatice question In the town
ship but 320 votes were cast,
being nearly 100 less than the
ordinary poil, and resulted in
the election ol the Democratic
ticket except Oeorge Waxier
lor Truhlee, and Joseph K-der
lor Assessor. The following
are the officers elected:
Trustees-Geo. VV. Waxier,
Charles Hunter and John T.
Foreman. John Dowd is the
higliest defeated candidt',
i nd takes John T. Foreman's
place as Ju lge of election.
Clerk Joseph Whitlatch 6
majority.
Treasurer George Lamz,
13. .
Assessor Joseph Kaler, 85
Constables Eit Reynold-,
33; L D. Barnes, no opposition
received 273 votes.
Ju-tice ol the Peace Rob
ert Sage, 5.
Supervisors Eli Gill, Eze
k el . Koliinet, Julin Thomas,
S'ephen Kune, Win. M. Eng
land, S. B Hudson, T. W.Bobn
Voss D fjnines, A. Gaskill, E
A. Sisson, John Gold, Win. Col
Her. There was no election in
Road District No. 2.
Richland Township.
The Republicans of Rich
land succeeded in electing two
ol I heir candidates on Monday
Bbrnett Aiken, Trustee, and
John Giirdner, Constable. The
lollowing are the officers elect
ed:
Trustees Chaf. Trapliagan,
Barnett Aiken and John Brown
Clerk John Mills.
Treasurer John Bell.
Constables -Samuel Ruther
lord and John Gardner.
Assessor Joel Waldron. .
Justice. ol ihe Peace alx.
Mar;indii. f . . ...
Wb don't pro o to reply to
p-rtfon ilitie which ap e r in
Bowen's gin mill org-Mi. H
belongs to so low a' strata in
Kooloty that liis acts and life
will nor admit of discussion to
ears polite. Mis character is
so degraded that to tell (if his
crimes ol f.ilselmod, forgery and
hen is only to tell ot bis vir
tues as compared with what re
mains untold Uis crimes, wef
known to all our citizens, are
so far beneath tbe most, de
praved that the statute does
not describe or punish them;
lor our law makers bave nevtr
dreamed that humanity could
sink so far below the level of
commonest instincts of the
brute creation.
Miss Cynthia A. Uukbxx is in
the city purchasing her second
installment of Spring Millinery
and Fancy Goods, which are
now arriving. Miss Dunkle's
well known skill and taste in
catering to the ladies of our
county,' together with tbe'roost
liberal prices, has bnilt up a
rousing trade lor this tirrrj.
Those Ifcdles who with to see
just all there Is in the . market
this spring" that is new,' elegant
and suUsh Bhould call at Dun
. , . ::t . t li ...iut 'tt-fH
aue's,"
.
Transfers of Real Estate.
William Weekley and wife
to E. P. Sjnderj quit claim to
40 acres Elk tQwnship, 1500.
Thoa. J. Brewer to Eli Hull,
375 acres,- Brown township,
114880.
George Dickerson, to Owen
Nelson, 20 acres, Richland
township, $130.
Joseph MtKinnis and wife,
to B. F. Thomas, in-Iots, Nos.
69 and 70, Wilkesville, f750.
B. F. Thomas to II. II. Btsb
op, in-lots Nos. 69 and 70,
Wilkesville, 9750.
Sarah J. Lee, to John Schlot
terback,20 acres, Swan town
ship, $400.
Lucretia Dearth, to Collins
Ray, 40 acres, Harrison town
ship, $400.
Collins Ray, to John Doles,
40 acres, Harrison township
$400.
A. D. Groves to-John Shive
ly, 63 acres, Jackson town
ship, $900.
James Milhon to James A.
E,ch"r 140 perches, Jackson
township, $25.
James A. Eichor to S. O.
Teeters, same, $100.
S. C. Teeters to 11. R. Ilea
dricks, et a), same, $110.
George Shull to Phillip
Shu 1 1, undivided half of, same,
$55.
U. R. Hendricks to Phillip
Shull undivided of same, $55.
Wb leel like tipping our bat
lu tbosi Democrats who repu
dialed ti.e caucus nominations
and Voted their independent
sentiments regardless of the
tfforl made to whip tbem into
voiin(( the mixed whisky tick
et, in the name of Democracy.
They comprised the belter
class of Democrats in our
town, and but for their votes
and influence tbe whisky ring
would have triumphed.
Mr E. U! Puoti has bought
the property on the north-east
corner of Mill and Market
sireets. and is reconstructing it
lor a dwelling house. lie
states that he has no reason to
believe that the burning of. his
bouse was the work of an in
cendiary, as reported in the
McArthurEnquirer, but the fire
was communicated from the
Iront giate as heretofore ex
plained.
Mr Kirkpatrick wiebes us to
8 ay that the man who'hitched
to his halter at tbe Hulbert
House stable, and then took it
A wiih him will save himself
treble by returning it.
Eldir Ewinq will preach at
t e Christian church next Sat
urday evening and Sunday
morning and evening.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
John Wesley Barlow and Harriet
Uunkles.
John A. Hull and Elizabeth Mc
Connell.
William Freeman and Rosetta fta
per. . .
Caleb Pennell and FriFCllla 8tcel.
Daniel Rorainp, and Nancy Jane
Perry.
James Mprnffprrv snd Mellass Sharp
SWEET POTATOES
SWEET POTATO PLANTS.
THK uurieraipned wishes to inform his old
cuHKimers snd the public generally that
he eipeni to be prepared to furnieh th.ai
With sweet polaioes Inr seed at ihrseuollars
per bui-hel and plants at ! cent per bond ed
through Ihe coming aeaton. ReaiHence 1
mile souls of McArtbur. Addreaa Mo nhur
or fundus. LEVI WYMAN.
McArthur Market.
per sac :
uorn Meal per bush i .j6
Corn ' .60
Oats ....... ...;'..! 40
Wheat 1.30st40
Beans ... 2.00(32 HO
Potatoes .79
Dried Apples 1.60
Dried Peaches .. 8.'0
Timothy Seed per hush.... 4.00
Clover " .... 6.75
Unions ' ,. " M .... ' .75
Hay V ton . 12.0Oa15 OO
Hams. country.... .li4
M sugar cured la
Smoked sides .' . .10
Shoulders 8.10
Pickled Pork.... 8.i0
Kggs JO
Butter 80
Uere .20
Lard ....t 38
Tallow X8
Chickens, live 16.2o
Hocking dalt per bbl . . 3.40
Sacks " I6a25
Vinegar, elder....... .40
Whlta Fish 900
Mackerel.... ; .10
Klo Coffee 833
Tea 1.00al.25
Coflee Sugar.....'....'. 12X
Yellow C ..'. - H
New Orleans Molasses...... .80s 1.00
fiora-hunl;' i.M. i. 40050
syrup ... .wajii-M
8ur( aadle8,per lo... ,-
Tallow Sf..T.-.J .15aaol;
Soap, country per lb.
Feathers ..... . t,- .WJJ
I ISBK ........ ....... ....
'.'4Coai;irb:'..V..,.,.'i.'....
f- -- trfiTTTtAV
HOLUlAT
t BSIDAL 4 BISTBD AT PEESEKT8
? kinoa made to ordermvl repairing don bT
2neareriil workmea. no eatraebsrge lop ea
.T(graslc bwaiat at this oaiMiabsaai
J. C. CqLE.il AN, n.D.
Baa parmaaeatly located us
MoAR.THUR, O.;
lor the araettoa of
MEDICINE and 8URCERY,
to which he will daso'e hi satire atteatiei.
OKHK is iMiis Bulldisg op sUura. ep
tila Vtatoa Coaalj Bank.
Baaitaaca
JrI O. JONES,"
ATTORN ET AT LAW,
mi ESTATE AGENT
McArtbur, Tlntoa Cv, O.
REAL ESTATE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BABQAIS3 15 LATD1
A BABE CHAH0ET0 BUY A HOME
tl'HE fallowing lands will be told low oa
JL n asooable terms as to pavmenla t
tOAACRa 01 3 Umber land, near the
IZUMAC. R. R. The limlwr will anore
than ps tor the land II put up in ihe market.
Title perfect, for full descriiHion call upon
or ante lo H.C.JoNES.
AIXTTITHIN Smile ef the M.AC. R.
VV H Tbe Tarm contains to acres
llfjl lorlT acres clsarel. fair improfa
menls. A good coal hank open and
workinfl. 4 feet best coat Furtaiecbeap.
120 Acres la Harrison Township,
GOOD Umber land, well watered and near
the railroad.
'Idle perfe'l.
WiUbi sold low. Itdae
H.O.JONES.
HuCKY IIOLAI'IA SILVER SriiLCE
Th most beautiful tree in America,
Bound Cactus,
Mountain Ennflower,
Painter's Brush,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
AMP OTHS1
Booky Mountain Epeoialties,
For detcriptlTe catalogue and price list of
teed, address,
LANDIS A FOQAN,
Diatsa. CoLoaaao.
Bptclal Baas Is Surttrymm mnd Dsaltn,
TEMPEBABOE 80190 BOOK,
TI1F MUSICAL FOUNTAIN.
A COMPLETE collnctlnn of TEMPRRANCB
Ml'KIC, cnniaining fifty slirnng songa, til
harmonised for three or four tniea. Ju.t
lh bonk for the Tamper mce Mnsement.aow
engrne-lng public attention. Prie St a by
mail, pot paid. Per rloien, IJ.no. Publiehsd
by JOHN CHURCH A CO., Cincinnati, O.
!0feb 1871 4t
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs 1 1
HEDGE PLANT3 !
Nurserr Stookl Fruit AFlower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
BL00MIHG TON. SUBTEST,
1LLIXOIB.
too sores; (2d year; IS greenhouses, t cat
Apple, l.ouu l yr., l2Ai (hjr. IM; ij. $iy IM
t catalogues, 80 eenle. BljuUm
BEST STOVE
IN TdE
W M JL ID
FOR
Ileatlor School Uouaes,
ChurcbeSf Lodge Roomn,
Court Houses and
Fabllc Ualls,
13
JOHNuROSSIUS'PATENT
Ills clesnlji It is economical; it la health
Inl. It keeps up a perfect cimulstioo of air.
warming all parts ot the room alike. It took
the Art premium over all compel Horn at Ihe
Vienna ipoi.iiion. Circula sand pamphlets
toniamii g.ngrasingsand full particulars fur
Dished oil applH-stioi), or one ot the .loses
may be seen in operation at mj store You
are in si ted to call, and see foi joerseWes.
JOHN KEILH0FEE,
No 9, Main St.,
ChUHcoth, OhiOt
Sole agent for Vinton And Boas ebbnlies, and
desler in all Ihe mod spprose.1 Conking and
H ruling bio.es, Huuae Fuiouhmg Goo-Is,
and manuiacmrerot all kinca rf Tin Sneet
Iron and Copper Ware. Urdus irom ihe
countrv Ibr bpouiiag, roofing, eto., wJI al.
waya receive itumeniaieaiteo.iotii
Il.ieiloM
J. S. McCOMMOU,
JEWELER AD SILVERSMITH
Oppobite the Emmitt House,
Sbrccli.eqsjaabt'a Old Slatld,
CHILIIG0THEt OHIO,
HA Of AOTCBIB AMD DKALM 11
Fine Gold J ewolry.
' : Agents tot
Amsrioan ard JoreLpx Watches.
I !
Hats Watches
rj. a. w. . .
H-wsrd
Walthaa. "
Sprinld"
. N, TC, '
. gU -
Engll.h
Ornt.' Chains
Millsua "
Opira H
Ch.t.lla "
Beth Iboaua Clocks,
Witenbsrf "
Tarry "
6. Id Setts
Jet
Oaraet , :
Necklaces . . i
BrsivU s "
Pia. and Sluilt
Cuff Bal.oas
Tbisiblss
Hair Jewelry
ftpeetoclei
Pillar Wars
P'aisd Wars
riaeUaUsry
A tots ht -; '
IIABIE 4 TODD'S 6HL0 FEXS.
i'rult Ini oroooM aoiTABti wi
0.0
n
And Clotk, Curasa aal Paptr
In larga stock snd tjreat rariery wry low. Will trlta wall pspsr for my eo
lomsrs without extra ohargs.
SEEDS.
-AKD-
1). M. FEKRYVS
Celebreted Flower and Garden Seedc.
Assorted varieties of each inoluding everything grown lo a flower or vegetAbU
garden.
ttt
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
received, at SISSON'S.
HI
I TM
TIIOROUGH VVUltKMANSIllP
DBEAUTlf F FUNHSIHI.
ttt
Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
PERFECT IN TONE
GREATEST DURABILITY.
THE LOWEST PRICE.
A higher reeommendation of these excellent Inttrnments eould not tin
desired than tbe numerous testimonials from those who bave need them snd
given them the severest trials. Nothing can be superior to their light, delicate;
tounh, while the qualifv is universally admired. Every Valley Gera is not only
warranted lor five years but is guaranteed t (lye entire
aatlsf action or to be returned at our expense.
Send for illustrated catalogue with musio.
D. H. BALDWIN & CO.,
. , :, Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0.,
j. IIULlUk, ,
, Agent for Vinton Conty,
i Hulbert Huuse.MoArtbur f. -1
1874 PROCLAMATION. 1874
Ht-SH
THOMAS A. MELL0E
AT-
THE BRICK SI ORE,
Will keep bit band throughout the present year a large and well assorted
stock of
JEWELRY,
NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS.
MTT.TiTNERY,
QUEENSWARE,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
1 And a thousand other r
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament,1
wnicli 1 will sell lower than can be1 obtained!
elsewhere in Vinton County.
,,: : Eiamine my stook and prices before
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On all styles tor Cash I
B or FEB NOUS BOt ThU '
tlESt INSTRUMENTS MAL
A flSOorrsn for.. i. 1140
200 " .... 160
M0 " , 170
" aso 18J
400 piano w.... 00
h 600. " . 87S
600 460
MlalateHl Caarokea km j SaWt
Scheats fWraksaaa at whale sale rmsee
fiW St., We 4oo'ri west at ifarVaa) v
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