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$l?E;CIALr-NOTIC$S.
fFvTOWfcLL, JJortamootb, Ohio,
Bert to the "Merchanta and Furnace
men of Vinton county, a super'r stock
of Dry Goods md Notion, on termi
th moat favorable. . lUeptij
ri. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
JTlcArtliur, Ohio.
Particular atteutioa siren to (bt treatment
fib natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
IDE BOARD of Sobool Examiner
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in Sic Arthur, on
tb 1st and 3rd Saturday of March,
April, May, .September, October and
November, and the lat Saturday in
January, ' February, June, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
amination to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M, , SatUfaotory evidence of good
anoral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cent i required
by law from each applicant
M. R BAB.NEd CVn ) Board of .
J. S. IIUUM, School Ex
L. O. PEKL'UE, Cl'k, - aminer. -
Howard, Sanitary Aid Associa-
for the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
. Tm ; forUuateou Principle of Uhrtattao
.1 ..- i f Philanthropy, ,
" E.aay. on the Erron of Youth! and the fbl
iie of Age, Id rolutlon to Marriage end Social
Xvile,- with aamlaiy aid for the afflicted
Sent free, in Mated envelope. ' Addreaa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bo P, Phi'anal
phla. Pa. t . , ' :
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
: NO. 115, 1, 0.0, F.
KV.ni.iR MtaAtlntrnnfthU En
ri. IV'ampment will bpreimer t
( '"4 'J: I in I, I nn tii mffttnA and I nut
HI 1 - .....ln,. nf mmi'll
wiaath. Halnan-li ol other emiunpmeui.
who mat be fluting oiii own ere invited to
attend. PAKlb UuBTON.C.P.
Juux T. Rrra, 8.
MeArtbur.rVb'r 1J. IMu.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
n Ml B'-'Chewttrn' Choice, la now taking ih
A lead ol all other Krande. Bright in color,
pleaaunt in taie, toujih and laalniff in chew,
line tobacco poeaeaea every quality to etilt
chewera, and eella by the 10 iound bucket
fully Ilk) cheaper per pound, lhau any oilier
brand of the tame grade and uerh.ia lea.
quality, luu buck flu oflhie i-clelnaieu brand
have been aold tn hillicoihe alone within
to laet two month, and Iran .till incren.
Inf. -'Try It"1 bCUKfEK a KKAMKH
Chillicothe, Ohio, ere the Manufacturer'
agnntaind .all allow tat factory Price..
Iblin.v 187H
QUEENS WARE
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67. FAINT ilBET.
CIIILLlCOTIIE,OIIIO,
InVITE I he attention of merchant, and fur
naueinen to th" large atoi-k of the above ar
t ute Juxi received. We will cell at t e very
low..! figure, tn the trade. Order eolu-ited
and promptly attended ;o. ' 24Ul
TUAT WHICH I3
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER
Thousands of Lives and Millions of
Property Saved'
BY llalNG TUB AMERICAN
SAFETY KEROSEJiF LAMPS.
The lamp ara mi da of braee and will
never break.
The burner have a .alely lube attachment
for th" eacape of Ke,ad will never explode.-
the chimney h ere' made ol mica or lain
jri aa o ralied nnd they are thoonlt lamp
chimneva md thutaill not break by. heat or
oold. . , , -
(ilaaachimnevrare nnxafe and cxpeuive
thia la the iiniv-ral aoinplaint.
over eerenfy-flve imlliuna of gla-t lamp
ehimaeyaare brokeu in tlua coiiniry every
year.
Plica of hand lampa, complete, with mica
ehimneje, one liolUr. Price of hronae parlor
or aland lampa. to iIo)Ihi aerit to ny pxit
of the UuiM-i btatea hy exprenK on receipt oi
the money by inml, )H'0 agenix aanitul lo
Mil I bene la npaand mica chimney in eeiy
oity and town, to whom a hlx-ral dmcouui will
bo made. Bend for cample Ihiiiii and eircn
lara gmnr all parln-ulnra. '1 hey apeiik for
tbemaelve. end wll on iht. Addrenc,
AMtKl;N i-Aah.it LAhHCO.i
So. J40 Peiirl aireet. ew ork.
atxenstoxe
Woolen mill.
DriliONHOlJSTON&CO,
PBOPRIB OBS.
' a . '.) 5 -i '. ' " . r ' i t'u'
HAVING Atted-bp our machinery in flrab
olaka rtyle.'we are prepared to rfo
DAEDIlfQf SPINSING iWAVIN0
on ahon notice and in the moat woraman
lik manner . We have on han l end lor sale
tour lactory.agood aupuiy of
WOOLEN GOODS,
; , ". 8nch'M " ,
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which w wlil aell cheap ,....','
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
- Pal! " WOOL :
HOUSTON, MLI.ON O,
low Allennvilie, Viniou O ,0.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PBPPRETOIig
IlAMbEi, O.
WE have' porcha.ed and fitted up the
above an til. aud liil (be trade ol the
carman or ttuareioily. v,
Special attention niron to
CUSTOM j WORK,
And ear aiven to Dleasa all enatomera. Mr,
A. A. UOZZEl8, an experienced miller, ha
charge ol tba mill, and will not hut to deal
lain aaa a;i va genera anaiaoiion.
Flour. Ileal and Feed
- On band ant for sale at
LOWEST MAUHf T PRICED
: KxMiBps FU aQi any an that
it it advantanooua patronise Ikoaei
waoadvtrtJM te'hfcpapMi;'-'llhot
THE VINTON RECORD.
Ofnolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
That Libel.
Tbb editor ol the Record has
been indicted for libel oa com
plaint of Judge Du Haday,
for the publication of a com
munication. Jrom tlamden, in
the Record of April 2J, which
detailed the shipment of
certain mysterious box pack
ed with straw by saloonist ol
thai town to JJis Ilonor. We
have endeavored to post our.'
selves as to our duties and
privileges as a publisher and
to observe them. We thought
we treated Judge Ou Uadtnay
as fairly, courteously and tem
perately as we could in thai
matter consistently with our
duties to the public, and the
first intimation we had that he
ielt wronged was the finding of
the indictment,' As we' havo
twice, unsolicited,' disclaimed
belief ol corruption or bribery
on the part of Judge Du liad
way at the' time the com
munication was published, and
subsequently and as lh.it,
with malice, is the gist of tho
complaint,' we can now well
fiord to let it alone, lor the
Courts to settle!---'' '-
A dasuino young typo ' who
was visiting McArlhur this
week, wiih the aid of one. ol
Carp Gill's best turnouts, es
corted a young lady of tbia
village U the school which she
is teaching a short distance in
the country. Unfortunately,
lor the young man's good in
tentions he Jorgot to turn over
to' her the key of the school
room at the eud ' of the jour
ney and returned to MoArthur
with it iu his pocket. A mes
senger was compelled lo follow
the gallant to regain the key,
mid the children enjoyed a
half holiday. Young men who
wish to 'make themselves use
ful to school mistresses shouhl
tuke, warning.
Matrimonial.
Mr. L. L) Martin left home
yesterday in a matrimonial
vein. Mis Fannie Brown, of
Bainbridge, ie to be the happy
woman, ' and 8:30 this evening
is the hour set lor the seremo
ny. They will mnko a short
wedding trip, taking in VV-tHh-ington
Cily on their route.
: Rumor : has it that Capt.
Will. Rannellr hus a pmjecl ol
the same kind on hand for
next week,;' the bride' to be a
young. lady in Nelsotiville.
Owkn Galliqher, a simple-
minded man, who lived in
Wilkesville township, . was
struck by the mail train eai,
near Richland Furnace, on
Tuesday, and killed instantly
He vvas seen walking along the
(rack by (he engineer, and up
on pound of the whistle step
ped 'ff, but was struck by some
part of the passing train, and
his bruins dushed out.
Walter O. Hood, State Li
brarian, spent last Sabbath in
Mo Arthur, and is looking and
teefiug well., ; He may be ex
pected to be present at the Kd
iturial Rnunioh; June ill h and
12 h. His; son',' William has
been visiting his relatives,
Messrs. Payne and Davis, lor a
week or two past and started
home yesterday1. 1, ' .'.
, At the .last examination ,ol
teachers, the following named
persons received certificates: -
For 18 monlht. Sallie Usr
den. ... . .... ... ' :
tor 12- montht. Margaret
Geer and Eliz tj Cassida;' . 1
For 6 montha. Vyilliftm Shn-
-
L. O. PERDUE
Clerk.
The other day, while working
in his garden, . Dr. Rannells
found an old English sovereign
ot ; the 1 reign 'of'j.King James,
dated 1689. -, The coin bad evi
dehtly' laid '' there Jr for ' iman
years,'and probably woald have
a most in resting bislbry if It
Was knon. - ,. M-n.;-' n -.i
fleI(j QhloVWas' visiting McAi -
. L. . '' ; . .;
this week-- ur .v oi
i- George Doas, cow of Spring-
A Victim to the Arkansas Imbrolglios.
broljfllos. u
The following dispatches to
the Cincinnati Gaxette detail
the! killing of Mr. Frank U.
Timms, a young msn twenty
four years ol age, who was vis
iting relatives here not long
since. ...The deceased was. a
vouug man, ot character, had
been a member of the Presby
terian church for several years,
and was greatly beloved by
relatives and many friends.
Lie was a son of the late Capt.
James Timms, and a nephew of
Richard Timms, of McArlhur
Station:
Little Rock Ark., May 8tb,
12 M.-Gov. Baxter had de
tPiled 25 or SO young men ol
Little Rock, to go up the rier
and intercept and capture il
possible 160 stand of arms that
were coming down the river
lor Brook's lorces. When about
20 miles above the city,
Brook's troops arrived there
belore the Uallie got into po
sition, and as the boat came
along they fired on her. Most
of Lieut. Welsb'8'men were on
the hurricane root at thib time,
nd got down below as soon as
possible. As they did so, Frank
1'imms, a prominent young
man ol this city, was killed.
3 O'CLOCK P.M.
The' body ol young Frank
Timms who was killed on tbb
steamer Oallie this morning is
now lying in slate at the chap
el of ;tbe Pienbyterian church.
LATER.
In ' the short engngeroent
was .;Mr.-' Frank. . Timms, ' a
wealthy and highly esteemed
son of a widowed mother, he
being thot through the head
by a ball Irom a Sprinefield
rifle, in the hands ot one ol the
Brook's forces. Ilia body was
tbken oil the boat seon alter
its arrival and laic out in the
. at v
Presbyterian church, and will
be . buried . to-morrow bv the
Knights of Pythias, of which
crder he was an honored mem
her He was very popular aud
the only 'aid of a widowed
mother. ' ; '
Mat. Slosskk was tadly cut
on Monday alternoon, by Eph
raitn Frazee, the knife enter-'
ing the left lung and making a
dangerous wound. The alter
cation grew out ol the refusal
of Slosser to sell whisky to
Fraee. ' ' ' .
The alarm i tiro oil Tuesday
morning was occasioned by
the burning of a hole in the
roof ol the McArlhur House.
Fortunately it was discovered
and extinguished before any
damage was done. ?
Tuk ore team- are commenc
ing their Spring anlSiimmer
campaign. Tie vien now be
ng worked on Mrs. Du kle's
place is Irom three to six feet
thicK of the finest limesioue
ore
' Mr. Kikkpatkick has resign
ed his position as Superintend
ent. of the G McA. & 0. II.
it is understood for the purpose
of working up a road on the
old Farmers' and Miners' route
' '
Johs Meade who lived near
Vinton i Station was killed on
the railroad at Dundas, Sunday
higbti tit is; reported, that the
accident hsppened through the
drunkenness of the defeased.
Thb public fechool 1 examina
tions commence next. Friday,
cd will continue during. Sat
urday and the week following.
Parents and the public gener
ally are invited' (a at' tend. -
Miss Alice Merritt, form
erly of our town; is here nn a
short visit to her ancle, Mr.
George V. Sisson.
; Wm. H. Toiley, of. Jackson.
Ohio, was lound.drnwned in the
Ohio River, at Cincinnati, on
Tuesday. .
Ctts'itlll in session." We:
will give full report' of -pro-
ceediext.teek
Tag Captain, of , thb steamer,
Olarksville has been held in
WlfiOd bail at Memphis to an
. r '
l i
.
l:
swer for cruel treatment ot a
young Hebrew jtassenger,-:
ii X-
Ik thu editorial columni of
theUerald of. Gospel Liberty"
we notice the following well
deserved compliment paid a
Cincinnati music house, and
a well known instrument which
may be of interest to some of
our readers. We therefore,
give below:
"There is one fact alone con
cerning this premium' which
woald establish its genuine,
ness and superior. meriL That
fact is this, that in oflenngour
musical premiums we are de
termined to purchase only of
the largest, first-class, and best
known music house in this en
tire portion ol the West. We
refer to the establishment ol
D. H. Baldwin & Co., 158 W.
4th St., Cincinnati, with which
we have been personally ac
quainted for many years.' No
instrument is sent from this
store but what is warranted in
all point's of a first-class iii
8trutnent both In mechanism,
durability nnd quality of tone
The Valley Gem Piano is an
instrument that has been fully
tes'ed, and is held in the high
est estimation by the moat
competent judges. We have
been acquainted with the in
srrumeni for a uumber of years,
having heard it in parlors, in
stores: in concert halls at
county and State fairs, and at
the great Exposition at Cin
cinnati. Making it a point to
offer no premiums but such as
will give satisfaction to those
who procure them, we are
pioud to put into our list the
"Valley Gejn'' Piano- This in
strument is procured of the
above named house, and we
warrant it as boing all that it
is recommended, all that our
friends will desiro to find it,
and such as will be a credit lo
our paper wherever it may be
purchased, and in whatever
neighborhood its beautiful
notes may be he ird."
Tub 'Society of Germnn Pa
triots ol 1848 and 1849,ol which
General Max Weber is PreBi.
dent, celebrated the twenty-
n It h anniversary of the out
break ot the German revolu
tion at New York, on the 13th
TiLSfiN R. Way, prosperous
farmer of Erie, Pa., committed
suicide on bturdav. ; :
The Boston relief tund for
Louisiana sufferers has reached
$44,500.
BIRTHS.
In McArthur. on the 17th liut., to
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Taylor, a
on.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Nathan Perry and Mary Catharine
McFarland. '
James Stocks and Tacy Ray.
Juhn R. Payne and ITattle R. C"x.
George W.'Cliite nnd Levisa Thorn.
Joseph Kllmnfcliewgky and Joseph-
enl Schweskowka.
Joseph Nixon and Elizabeth Darby .
Tlmmas Ankrom and Sarah Burr.
Alexander henlger and Hester Ann
!hlp1eft.
NORRIS.
1 take pleasure in notifying the pub-
lifl that I hnvejiHt MtHel to inv Stock,
a new wpply i all kind of Spring
jvutinery uuoat, eombtntng the liatest
and Beat Styles, which I will aell at
the verv Lowest Caxk Price Poisible.
Please call ami exnmine my atook he-,
fore pnrohuainit etaewhere. Bleaching,
PressQtg and" Coloring done to order
Thankful for pa patronage, I expeot
ny, intorairty in prices nnd upright
dealing, to tender satiafitoiinn to all
who' may honor" me with their ouati.at.
Place of buairtcas. the old Burtenahaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden Ohio.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacX. .'. $200
tjont Heal per bush .70
Corn .60
Oats .4 j 45
Wheat ,.1.30al.40
Brans 1.752.00
Potatoes.. 100
Dried Apples.... liO
Drled.Peaehet S.'aO
Timothy Seed per bash....
4.00
Clover -ayfi
6.75
Onions
Hay ton . . . . .
Hams. country. .7...
sii jrar cured...
Smoked ides.....,,.
Shoulders
Pickled Fork..
Kjors
Butter.;.
tiefee ..........
Lard
Tallow
Chickens, live -
Hocking Salt per bbl
Sacks ..."
Vinegar, cider..
.75
12.00al5.no
... . . .10
.... 8.(810
I... 8.i0
.10
, SO
.30
10
. .08
15d.25
, 3.40
15a25
. .40
. 6.00
. .10
30
white run....
Mackerel
Rio Coffee
Tea
it r.
.. .......
1.00al.25
uodw sugar. ......I.4....4..
Yellaw C M. . ...............
New Orleans Molasses..,.,.
: 12i1
80al.OO
sorgnum
4050
Star Candles, pr lb
Tallow
..... I1HI,1,UV.
. 9K. , 1 AA
oap, conntry per lb. .
580
reathera t ......
66a75
Rasra - 2
Coat, per bus...........: ....... ,T
r.t
aH O. JONES,
ATTORJiETATLAW,
mi ESTATE AGENT,
McArtbur, Tlnton C, O.
REAL ESTATE1
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IS LAEDS.
A RARE CHAUOETO BUT A H02E
'l'HK killowina landa will be aotd lowoa
X naaonable term aa to payment i
576 ACHES OF LAND
IN '
Putnam County, West Va.
WITHIS IM MILES OP RAILROAD
34 Olllei From State Capital
County Road Rum Through Traoc
eaaaeaeaawaa
FINE FARMING LAND WITH
PLENTY OF I30N llHE.
WRLL watered. About is acre -leafed.
Good frame hnua en out hU)llin.
Timlx-r-popiar, walnut, oak, ab, hickory
and loeueL
. Title Perfeot.
The entire tract or one-lull will bo aold
VEKK l.ti V.
lermafair. Call 1000.
XHpnan B.C. JONbS.
IOAACRF.4 ot Mae timber land, near Ilia
IZUM AC. R. R. Hie timber wllUmore
than pay for the land II put up in the mrket,
Title perfeot. For lull description cull upon
or write le H.C.JllNKi.
WITHIN mile cf the M.tC.R.
K The larm containa fO acrva
lony acre, cleared. Fair Improve
menta. a vood coal hank onenand
working. feet beat coal. For aaie cheap.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
1 ODD timber land, well watered and near
llhe railroad.
I ule perfe.-t.
Will be told low,
lSdes
H.O.JONKH.
HOCKY IIOUM'I.X SlLVEli SPHLCE
The moat beautiful tree in America,
Round Cactus,
Mountain Sunflower, . .
. Painter's Brush,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
AMP OTHII
Rooky Mountain Epecialties,
For deaenptive ratalogna and price liat ol
. ecu, aumeea,
LANDIS & FOGAN,
Dihuk. CoLoaaoo.
Spctal Betaj lo A'anerymm and Dmltn.
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs!
. HEDGE PLANTS !
Nurserv Btookl Prnitiriower Plates
Address F. K. PHOENIX,
BLOOM I NOTCH HttUERY,
ILLINOIS.
600 aorea; Kd year; 1.1 fr,reennoilea. cat
Apple, l.ouu 1 r fib; t y. o4; ay. SM
i cataloituea, tU centa. aijuiiliii
McArthur Market. NOTICE.
FARMS TO RENT.
TTB have a large qnantitv of good rarm land
' ' on which a lecond growth of timber haa
been allowed to come up, which we wiah lo
put under cuitlvatior, and are prepared to
rent in farma ol fifty or ejxty acrea each, upon
anlialaotory terms rrjinn nimllcat'nn at out
office. BANCmffl' 4 R.WiKK,
Vinton Furnace.
WILKESVILLE AND HAMDEN
HACKLINE.
tW1LT run a hwk from Wilkeaville to
AHamden and return every Tueadaylhura
day, and Saturday for i lie accommodation
of oaaaengera, maKini clone connection with
the mail traina on the M. O. K. K. I will
alao carry exprraa package, ahipped to or
from pointj uy ine Adam a rstnreaauo.
aPT nWh . ISA V II.! FR.
A2
; ' 1
- . A
Guardian's Sale.
IN pursuance of law, ', William O. Caator,
aa guardian ot Krne.t K. bolen, a minor,
wijt aell on
SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874,
...... . (.
the landa and lenementa deaorihed a. follnwa
to wit: commencing at the north-eaat corner
ol fraction tin. I thence aoi.tn to I he line di
viding fracticna No I a no T. Ihenco weal to
the Ouih el Or.iff of aceitain traotnl Und
aold to Wm. Tnorri by Lyman Moler, thence
north to the bnrih line of fraction No. I,
Iheoce ea-t 10 Ihe place of beginning, contain
ing eighty-ffve (8) aerea, the name lying and
beinir in aectiona fourteen (14) and fllieen (15)
in MadiSun township, Vinton county, iihio.
and in ibw "Ohio Oompany'a Purca.-e," alao
aix (U) acrea nn or ihe north aide of landa
owned bv l ymaa Mai er. lying in fraction No.
T boundeii and described aa lolluwa, to wit;
eonimenotng at the north east corner effrac
tion No 7. ihenoa weat one auadred and bve
rode, thence eomh ao far aa lo contain an (6)
acre, thence eat to the towr.ahip line be
tween Madiaon and Knox luwnahina, of aald
eounty ot Tin on, the ice north to the place ol
beginning, cuntaiaing wx ft)) acrea aa afore
Hani, pi the tame more or itaa, bul ube t to
all legnl inahwHya.
I'o be aold at- publ!e .ate Ibr not let than"
iwo mirua me anpriraed vaine one mini in
hand, one-ihird In one and one Ihird in two
year, from day of aale; deferred payment to
bear tntereet, and be aec'ired by mortgage on
the premiaea aold. ,
Bale lo be apon the premiaea, and .object
to the payment yearly of in dollar. (fSo) to
Mariha Bolen, widow of Joel Holen, decea-ed.
HOapHw WILLIAM U. CASTOR.
H. A. HIGdlNS. J. H.ttElM filN.
' IIIGO.KSit, 11 Lilt LEW,
V ASnffACTOFIfRS OF AND' DEA KS1H
iTALIAX i AMERICAN MAHBLFi
Scotch Granite.
- . '
Ani, ll. Kinds of Ifonnmstts tad
.s.... Tombitoneli '
McAR-mun, omo.
SaprlSTa .
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look
. ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houso
Jbiirnisning uoods.;
ItETAIL DEALER IS
a
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or
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j
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O
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ooH.uHioi'arHes
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTUR ES
i
SE Mill
Of every description
Cratea- and Enameled Fronts, Ilrais and Porcelain
Keltles, Wooden Ware ot alt Kinds. Man ufaclurer of
Tin, Copper aud frueet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from country deitlen.
fci-SPOUTTNO, ROOFING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY
Special Inducements offered to those who will buy a full Outfit
for HouseKeeping.
Call and compare prieet before parthating elMwhera. 16apr
1 1 Ml 1
irrr-
m
5 --: l '
Lai
Lai'.
And Cloth, Caavass and Paper
W.ttNB)(0W eAJDjE,
. -,i. f i
In lurge stock aud great variety very low. Will trim wall psperfaratj tat
tomors without extra charge.
SEEDS.
BMUGGS $ mm J
D. M. TekrY'S
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seeds.
Assorted varieties of eaoh inoluding everything grown la flower or vega Utile
gardon. ,
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
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