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w . '. . i t i . i . . .
1 take pleasure in notifying the pub
lio that I have jut aildeJ to mv Stock,
a new supply t f all kind of Spring
.Millinery Goods, combining the Latest
-and Best Styles, which 1 will tell at
the very Lowest Cask Prices Possible.
,f leate call aud exiuniue my stock be
fore purchnsinjr elsewhere. Bleaching,
'Pressing and . Coloring done to order
Thankful for past patronage, I expect
by liberality io pricea and upright
slings, to render satisfaction to all
whojnar honor me with their custom.
Place of business, tho old lturtenshaw
NORRIS. MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
J. P. TOWf-LL, Poruinonth, Ohio,
offers to the - Merchants and Furnace
meu of Vinton count, 5 superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions', on terms
the most favorable. lyejitij
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
... '. fflcArthur. Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
f the natural teeth. -
Notice to Teachers.
THE liOAliD of School Examiners
far, Vintpa County will meet ut the
tlnion School House, in MoArthur, on
'the and 3rd Saturdays of March,
vapriij May,n8epteuiber, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday ' in
aneaty, .VJfebruary, Juno, July, Au
JuBt and Pecevnber, in each year. Ex
amination! to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. - Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases!,', 'A fee of 50 cents is required
j law from each applicant
- M . H. B A R . BS Ch'n ) Hoard of
I J.. I1UUN, . School Ex-
L O. PtiltDUE, Cl'k, J aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association. For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Un
fortunate on Principles of Christian
Smji on the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lie of Axe, In relation to Marringe and Social
Evil., with aanilnty aid for the nttlictej
Sent free, in oealeJ envelope. Addreas,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pl.:'xsl
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0.Fi
TcjPiliiauniimen will hcrealier be
MFh-ld on the second and laat
9()day eveuluge of each
maalh. PatnaivliH ol illier envainpiurui
who mar be vUitinf out na are invited to
attend . PAKlbHOUTON.C.P.
- Jon T. Rii, &.
MeArthur, KtVv 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
fliHE-'Chewera' Cboiee. Is now taking the
JL lead oi mII other rtraaria. Hnghl in color,
plraaant in laale, lough and loaling in chew,
thin lotMceo poaxeanea every quality to auit
chewer. nod fell tiy the 10 pound bucket
fully lua cheaper per pound, llinu any other
brand of the wim tirade and perhiiis leva
quality. Wu huoJirta of thia celelnnted brand
have been antd in t'liilliiuihe alone within
the iHKt two ooUtb. and Imile Mill im'reaa.
Ing. "Tt) It" bHKKCEK A KUAMrOK
Clulliaothe, Ohio, are the Munufiictnrent'
agent sad aell at, loweat Factor) Price.
.imav 1074 ,
QUE ENS WARE
NYE & MIACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
07 PAINT S1RET.
niVlTG tho attention of merchants nd fur
uRiieinen to the lare alo k of the above ar
tlen jum received. We will
iwcet Hiiirea to the trade.
nd promptly attended o.
in eeu ai i le very
TUAT WHICU IS
PRINT " AND PEOSPER
Jbi: C. . JONE9,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ml ESTATE AGENT
sicArttanr, Tliiton Ct, O.
I' REAL ESTITE' .
Bougtt, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BAEGAlis Iff 1A!?D3.
ABLAEECfiANOE TO BUYAEOMEl
VI' RE following Ihnds will be sold low on
X paaonablelermnae top tmenti
m ACRES OF LAND
::4;":- ';;: .. ;
Putnam County, West Va.
WITHIK 2) MILES OP EAILIl . AD
U iMIIei From fetale Capital
County Boad Bnns Ihroncli Trace
I"'," tmq TAJlMUia LAND WITH '.. ";
PLENTY OF RON DRE.
- i j. t ' ,
TTTELt watered. .About Si sere -leu red.
TVjpuod frame houa anH out-building.
TimSer-poptar, walnut, oak, aah, hickory
The eotir Jract. of one-boll will be sold
erm fair. Call soon.
H. C.JON 13.
ol bse timber land, near tb
UUM tC. R. R. The umber will mar
thaa i fof ,e land U pat up is U market.
Title perfect. For full deacripuonoall upon
orwriteto H.C, JONBa.
JWi XTTlTfllN mile or the M.AC. R.
f"iI TV R The larm eontaina SO acre
SBM.loriy acre cleared, fair improve
nienta. A (Mxxi coal bank open and
workinn. 4H Ibet beat coal. For si cheap.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
,n OOD timber land, well watered and near
Vlth railroad,..- . r . r ,
Till perb.-f. TOi liii i
-r . H.O. JONES.
Eifftwtt wiiitwtniMy i ibrt
" MvrVWWWS Vi pUuai ; IboM
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
M. & C. R. TIME TABLE.
Ob and afteitSunriav May tt, 1874, until tat
ther notice. irate mill run an follow-: No. 1,
f q. ana win run
i daily; all olh.r train dally,
O0I NO BAST.
No. I No. 3 No. 5
Nation. . Mail.- Fael Line Bt.L.Ki.
Cinclnnaii t 60nt t 4am S ipm
llhillicotha . win 30 " 1 2pm 1 Umn
Richland r nr....ll ti 1 14 I 03 "
Hamden..ll 41 t SO - ' t IS "
McAeTVU .ll 51 " I 36 - St
Vintoo .1J oipm t ti t .li "
Znlkl.. ...ll l g 4 ' I 40
Mon rumc...lJ i .& 47
Parkersbarg a 40 ' S 10 " 8 SO "
Stations; No.I No 4 No.
Fiat Lin. Hail. Cin. El.
Park.nbirg . I 25am lOOtMm Vpm
Hope Fiiroa .- 10 6S 1 St.m li m
&leK ...-ll 04 1 3i " 11 84
fiolon......-.U U " 1 41 " i 4: "
McAiTima. 11 SI " I 6X 11 61
Hm.len ..ll 3D ' (M 1 01
Wichlaed Fur. ..II 46 - t IS lit"
ehillicothe...M.H 4".nrn 3 DT 8 ot "
J'ocinnati . 4 40 ' S 16 " e 00 "
Nn 8 w II atop t fll S. Junction, Love
l d,(ii"enflel(i.Chillicnine, llamilen. Allien
n J.-oU'i( landing only. No. 9 will atnp at
holl'i tjmii.'nu. New England, Athena, Hum
den, Chn'oth, Orenllel I, Vienna. Bln
cheter, Lovlan'f Madiera, Madiaonville,
Oiikley and fnii.min'i"e, only Nib. 6A0
top at 0. A H. Juicl'en. Mo-llnonville.
Loveland. Oreennelu'.- OhMicoth., Ham.len.
Allien, and Hcoti'a Landing 07. Not. 14
will make ail ih atop. - . . .
zalbski rsEi:iT. .'
The Zulexki Freight going east , Jeavea '",JI
licoihe, el 7 00 a 111 I .vviile. I ,'61 RiiO-
iHnd Kurnace, tS; Hamden, arrive 0 nt
depart 10 t Mi-Arthur, arrive 10 67; depart
W; Vintou.arrivarll 67 depart U p,Di.;
JSnlenki. 1 iw (toina- wt. IravM Zlki at
to p m , Vinton Furnnoe, 3 so; MeArthur,
66; Hrmdt-n, 4 'Hi; Ki-hUnd Furnaoa, 4 66;
KavKVille. 6 3: Ohillicoihe. T 10
Train on the POK fUMOUTH BRANCH
rill intra ttamdi n at 7 S6 a. m. and 1 16 n.m..
arriving at Porlamuth at lit 20a. m. aad 1 16
m. Keturninstraina will leave for innnih
atl ou a m. and 1 66 p. ni., arriving at Ham-
den at II m a. m. and 6 06 p. m.
Trainacd ni-lt Lveland for all point, on
the Utile Miami Railroad, tnd at the Indian.
apoln and Cincinnati Hailioad Junction for
II point Wft; at Athens with IheC'dum-
nua ana HucKing Valley Kxilroad.at Parker
burgwitb the Baltimore A Ohio Kailrnad.
W. W FZABOUV,
Mat. Slui-ser, who watab
bed at Dundas some two weeks
since, is up and .attending to
Iil3 business agin as usual.
We should judge that the
taste for music iu Vinton Co.
on (be increare, as J. S II u
lick has had nearly a car load
Esiey Orgnns shipped to
him at one time last week.
Rankklls & England will
offer lour pair of three ear old
mules at the next regular stock
sale, Tuesday, June 9 A cred
it 01 six . months will be Riven
' Quarterly meeting in . Me
Arthur at the M. E. Church
next Saturday und Sabbath,
June 6ih and 7ili, commenc
ing on (Saturday evening. Rev
E. H. Dixnn, Tresiding Elder,
will preach. ,.,
The lollowmg is a list of let
ters remaining in the E'ost Off
ice at Ouudas, 0., June 1st, '74:
Wm. Cross, Lewis, Brooks.
Wni, Hupp, Wm. Moore, Jnhn
Tharp, Mrs Emily Wattera.
S ISAMINGER, P. M.
Next Tuesday is stock sale
day, and Win , England pro
poses to offer his two year old
Ivanhoe filley. It took the
first premium lor thorough
bred colts last year at the
Hocking county lair, and is
one of the finest little animals
in the couotv.
Tuk extreme dryness of the
month ol Muy is rermrked up
on by the "oldest inl a'tiiant"
as unprecedented. There was
not tnough ruin at MeArthur
during i lie whole month to lay
the dust. , This made the chow
er ol yesterday, therefore,
The following is a list of let
ters remaining lu the. Post Off
ice at Mo Arthur, O., Junelbt,
1874:.; -. .- "'
- Mrs. Maggie Be'.leu, Miss
Mary J. Cox, Alexander Good,
Mrs Sumin Lyons, Mist- Emma
Pinney, Miss Sarah Smith, Miss
Samautha Smith, J. i.Tull8.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Thk following is a list of let
lers remaining in the Post OS
ice at Zaleski, O., June 1st, '74:
Mary McBin, HattieO Mas
ers, Sarah F. Stewart, BarLra
E. Sime, Jaspar Sandersoc,
Cyrus 'McBin, Elizabeth Ken
edy, 2; Mary.Punnell, Lander
Devour, Jacob Rivist..
J. G. WILL, P. M.
Tuk . bridge over , Raccoon,
near Barnesr Mill, was burned
dowa on VVednebday night oi
last week. It was doubtless
ili?, work of an incendiary, and
it is believed that it was the
intention to thus fire the mill,
bat if so the intention was
frustrated ' by the, wfnd.Vbich
blew in an opposite direction,
It' ! waa one, ,!bt. the'- largest
bridges jit' the'ounty, and cost
c f . '.,; ur.-r i.iJ.i ... -i..l
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE WRIGHT PRESIDING.
Report of 4th and last week.
Stale ol Ohio vs. Jerotue vV.
Bowen Libel. Demurrer filed
to indictment. Demurrer bus
tained, and case dismissed.
. State of . Ohio vs. Samuel
LL Putnam Perjury. Demur
rer overruled. Defendant put
In plea of not guilty, and was
recognised in the 6um of 500
for his appearance at the next
term of Court.
Benoni Llixson and Ivy Hix
son vs. tlenry Doffhines con
tract for aervice and board of
Mary LLofThines. Verdict for
plaintiffi for $356.64.
Charles Miller vs. John Mil-ler-"!njunction.
perpetually enjoined from the
collection ol a certain judg
raent against plaintiff
'Southerhnd ' Chestnut 'vs.
Vt83 Lloff ninesContract.
Judgment tor costs for defend
ant . .i .
usan Smith vs. Joseph
tJiOitli--L)ivorce. ' Defendant
re8irai3sJ by order ol Court
from selling of d'sposing'of his
property until the ?ase 8 beard.
Court aljourueu un.'l June
20lh, 1874, when a st'iort
will b held to reuder a num
ber of decisions which ItiP
Court has under consideration.
Tne next regular term begins
The CominisHioners- are in
spseion, and have transacted
the loilowing business up to
the time of going to press,
present, Messrs. Martin, Kelley
The petition of Enos T. Win
ters and others lor the estab
lisli mt nt of a county road was
r jected, owing to an alleged
informality in the papers.
A view ana a survey was or
dered or the road petitions ol
A Bitrleon and oihers, aud
Marl in Duffy and others.
The petition for the vacation
ol the new road to MeArthur
Station was rejected.
The petition of H olden
Tripp and oihers for a county
road was dieinivsed.
A numtfo- of arcounts were
audited and allowed.
On and after io day the fast
line gong east will carry the
mail. This means that our
people are to be provoked by
such lailures in the mail to
the east as we have had to
endure In the mail to the west
for the past six months. A pe
tition numerously signed ha
been forwarded to Mr. Bundy
asking his lnterveuti in in such
ehape that we may be served
regularly by. the department,
either by trains which stop
here, or by' the stopping of the
trains which now carry the
F M. BRATnn informs as
that he' was not drunk one
night a fortnight since as re
ported in the Record, and from
further inquiry his statement
is sustained. 'BucTt." has suf
lered the fate of poor dog Tray
lie was with the crowd ol
youngsters who got . drunk at
Jttcob Morgan's 'some two
week's since, and was reported
with the rest, wrongfully it
deems; nevertheless he should
shun bad company and be will
ivoid such unpleasant reports
in the future. I.I.'
Levi Sales, of Moonville,
was run , over and killed , by
the Fast Stock last Sunday
morning. ' De bad been at Za
leski, and it is supposed be had
got under the influence of liq
uor, laid down upon the track,
and gone to sleep. His only
brother was killed about two
years since by the explosion
of a portable engine at .Miner
al City: J ,:j
.TaEBB' .hal2 been' :ino her
chmge of time affecting the
last trains The corrected time
i able wflfbe found at the head
bl the local columns. , . !
'Uii a . .i .i , i ,
' Til ire is a good deal of in
terest manifested in-railroad
and i mineral- matters, and , a
til,;- . t , . , ' ' 1 ;
nbuber of persons from ft dis
tance have been here the past
J weik' looking at tkd -toOntry'j
Cam. Wm , J. Rannklls, our
Prosecuting" Atttbrney will be
married this evening ut Kelson,
ville to Miss Ida Brute of that
place. 1 ' ,
The vein of black band iron
ore has be3n found on Samuel
Trimmer's , place bear MeAr
thur the tract purchased of
the Morrison estateb
IIigoins tfeUeinlein, the mar
ble men, are doing as fine work
in their line of business as can
be found anywhere at lair
prices,' and are building up a
Wb counted twenty-six per
sons young and old on the
Liulbert House corner one day
last week, only four of whomJ
have visible means of support.
It wasn't much of a day for
loafers either. '
' The Jackson Herald is of the
opinion that 'the Iiquur dealers
of Vinton ' county observe the
law carefully. A dozen drunk
en boys in one night doesn't
look much that wav.
ArrtfNttoN is , directed to the
advertisement of West & Bro
manufacturers and dealers in
wooden pumps. .They make a
N . 1 pump, use the best mate
rial and machinery, put - them
up at i?w prices, and guaran.
Tub ladiee of MeArthur will
give a festival at the Court
House on Wednesdiiy evening,
June 17ih, for'the benefit of
Hortou's Cornet Band. The
boys have lately purchased a
fine band wagon and are a lit
tie behind in payment for the
stme. They are always on
hand when wonted, and our
citzens should see that they
have a substantial benefit.
The old Universalis! Church
of Wilkeaville is owned by spir
itualists who have repaired the
house neatly aud beautified the
grounds. . .
No prayer, praise or preach
ing has been in it since the
change, but there have been
repeated dances. Last week
there was a festival and under
the animating influence of sev
eral . jiddles, the light Inntar
lie toe was kept moving from
early in the afternoon until the
wee sma. hours" of the morn
Wood's ' Household Maga
zine, at $1 50 per year, is one
of the cheapest and best pub
lications in the country. We
will furnish the Record, and
Wood's Housebote Magazine
one year, and a splendid cbro
mo of , Yo Semite Valley for
92 80. Quite a number of our
subscribers have availed them
selves ot this offer, and . all
have been delighted with the
picture, considering it worth
more than the money invested.
A specimen copy may be been
at this office.
The Short Line R. R., from
Athens down t Le Hocking ap
proaches completion. It will
BUjrten the ride to Baltimore
. CiNcihnati has a large num
ber of vVelsh citizens, and
there is not a saloon keeper
among them. ' So says a cor
respondent of the1 Commercial.
Flour, per acK. $2.00
tni Meal per bush .70
Corn... : .60
OaU r.. 45
Beans . .-,
Urled beaches .
Tlmotby Seed per bush
Clever - u
Onions " "
Hay ) ton .
Haws, country. ....... .
. 12.00al 5.IK)
' sugar ourea..
Smoked titles '.
i:iili'kfn. II TB
Uocklng dalt per bbl.
oacK " , .
Tea ....' ....-. ....i. . i i
iviu wuvo.w .....
I enow u
New Orleaoa MdtassMAV..'. -.80a 1.00
Sorghum vi ;.'...... . .4050.
Syrup .,v , . 75a.l.oo
Swr (fendles, per lb........... " .25
Talld 1 .C .15ai0
SoaD.6dtintrr oerlb.. . 6a6
Feather. ..... B675
Ka8, v . .
Coal, per ba... Jf
C0H0RF8S Hfljourns June 221.
H. A. ttlOGipa. J. U. bEl.N El
allGG.KS & IIEI.XLE IP,
MiM'FACTUBERS OF AMD DEA BS IS
ITALIAN ASERICAX MARBLE,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
I have just AHanu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of -
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthint? de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
hearse when desired
P IRIS IICKTOIY,
Corner of High and Loonsi" Btreett
Fresh for the Spring Trade
WOLF, PEAR0E & COTS
SOILED Ai D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
Colors Ground in Oil,
Paint and Tarnish finishes,
Alao fUll Una of
PLREFRESII DULGS &CIIE1IIALS
Everything at the very Lowest PrU
In rioefor tbetpiing or 1874.
Cherry, Apple and Pear Trees
QUINCE, CURRANT, RASPBERRY AND
ithubarb and Asparagus Roots
leading varlptioa hj the hundred or thousand
at loaaxt wholesale rate.
ituuBi.iAiuiLhiha hubdred.or thpu
tanda Willbeaold 1'rj low by the lrie
A lorn and. line asaortmenl on hand, and a
V, apienuia aiocai oi .
Greenhonsb " and Budding Plants.
, For tale very cheap. ...
'AWNow II the tim to bntifr nnr homea
l very email eo. WM. eKbLLiAK.
RoneGrore Nursery, Chillicoihe, U. 2Jp
TEA. AO. N'l $ WANTED.
TEA AOENTc wanted in town and eountry Io
aell TEA, or getuprlub order, for theUr
lealTaaComuanv in America. lmDortera'
price and inaucemaota to aienl. bend for
circnlar. Addrew, ROBERT WELW. 43
Veey8t., N. Y P. O Bol 1287.
laecarwiii tia, nenry wara omnir,
Rilitar. nl Oat-Uth loot, aava! ''Partif with.
inato mel ur rluta. and ml who can set or
der for lea, ahniild writ him ibr a cln-ular,"
Tto tikm Xtri Wmklt Iim, or Hp . Id. .aya:
"AirHiranK' ahou Id write RobU Wlla tor
pirpul .r "
1 4 fetVM, ol Hrpi. w., : " tvoDfc, weim i
Ihorougniy rrliaMe." Jraapr
. ; B. T, BABBITX'S
Pure Concentrated . Potash,
OfdouSl the atreagth of any other r .
8 APO 1FTI.1G SUBSTANCE.
r ' i I f , ' '
I hav recently perfected new method of
packing my Potash or Lva.and r now poe
ing t only in bal h, the coating of bi?n will
aponltv, aad doe not Injur tbe eoar. It 1
packed in bole containing M and 48 on lb.
Kngllhb and German for making bard and
aolt ooap with thi Potaah aceomnanv eol
pactacr , i . . , B. T, BABBITT
64 ! S4 WuklNtli St N. Yi
' . ttaprliTt i t: ia-
fifrwec TiriTiroro flUea
wvv vu ua vi ua vi va.iu.Okj
' ll . 1
m uiusses, ana
LAMPS AND TiAMPPlXTUttES
HOUSE FimSK GOODS
OfevBry description '
Grated and L'nameled Front'. DraH and Porcclaitn
KettleH, Wooden Ware ot alt Kinds. Manufacturer
Tin, Copper and heet Iron ware, both for wholesale and rebil
trade. Orders aolioited fmm ouuntry detilem. . ...
tft-S POUTING, ROOFING AND REPAIRING 10N CSTEAFEfc-
iSpecial Inducements offered
Call and oompur prices 'before purchailnK elatw'here.
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper
In large stock aud groat variety very low. Will trim wall peper forytfS
totaers with on t extra charge. . ;
I), M. TeiUIY'8:
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seeds
Asoorted varietle? of each including everything grown in a flower or YejsUih
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vaiv
nishes and Brushes just
received, atSLSSON'S. '
Fine Material Used In ManufactUrd.
PERFECT IN TONE
THE LOWEST MICE.
A higher recommendation of these eicellent instruments edu'd hot bl
desired than tbe numerous testimonials from those wbd have used thtem ana
given them the severest trials. Nothing can be superior tb their linht.delicatli
touch, while the qualirt is universally admired. Evory Valley Gem is not onli
warranted lor live years but is guaranteed to give entlrf
satisfaction or to be returned at our expense. ; i;
Bend for illustrated catalogue with musio.
D. II. BALDWIN & CO. ;
Dealers in Pianos and Organs-, , ,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, ft,
J. I1IJLICK, , -Agent
for Yin tqn Con ty -
. Hulbert House, MeArthur r.
' I -A--w-aal ,
lltOJS WOULI) 00N3IILT Toua
Look Af this off&
5 tfiR CENT DISCOiJNT;
On all Styles for Cash!
Wit brFER KONfe BUT THE
test INSTRUMENTS MADE.
"A $190 orkan for.
.4 200 " "
ft. 220 u a
950 . . v
u 400 pUnb -
to 600 H "
600 " u u "
MlwMen. CWehM mmi BabkalM
kekeol fraloke4 at whtrJ rales.
oid nnaAna-rrrM. TrwV.
tvAU. t(utibiu nf Uibl AiwviV
.11 ! .1 . 4 r ' ...
an Kinas oi -nouso '
to those who will buy a full 0at3
'Ji ftv .