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t gf EC I AL : NOTICES., ,
NORRIS.
! ...
1 take pleasure Id notifjing the pub
Ho that 1 hare JUKI aJde I to in Stuck,
a new svpply alt kinds to Spring
Millinery Goods, combining the Latest
aod But Styles, which 1 will cell c
the Terj Lowest Cash Prices Possible.
Please call aud exiuuiue my stuck be
fore parohiieiniE elsewhere. Bleaching,
Pressing and Coloring done to order
Thankful for past patronage, I expect
by liberality in prices and upright
dealings, to render ' satisfaction to all
who npar honor me with their custom.
Place .of business, tho old Burtenshaw
twoV!
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
Hamden, Ohio.
J. P. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offsrs to the Merchants and Furnace
m'eu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the Boat favorable. iVeptly
N.J. BOWERS,
IttiSlDENT den 1 1ST,
.ITlcArtliur, Ohio.
Particular attention given to the treatment
Wriaeaalural leeio.
Notice to Teachers.
SHlis BOARD' of School Examiners
Hot Tinton County will meet ut the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
'the Island 3rd Saturdays of March,
&pri,.May, yejitember, October and
UoTe'Jnber, nd tha 1st Buturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au.
'nst aod December, in each year. Ex
aminations to oominence at ten o'clock,
A.. It . battsfaotory evidence of good
moral , character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents ia required
by law from each applicant
i'-,'M. It BAtti.ES Ch'n ) Board of
J. 8. HUHN, ' V School Ex-"X
P.fEia'UE, Cl'k, J aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
, Hon.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association. For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Unfortunate
on Principles of Christian
Philanthropy.
Essays oo the Errors of Youth, and the fol
lies of Age, i a relation to Marriage sad Social
KTilti with eeoilaiy aid for the afflicted
lent free, In sealed envelopes. , AddreHS,
HOWARD AdSOCUTlOS, Box P, Ph:'w.)l
phis, Pa. .
M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115,1,0. 0. F.
T EGUIiAR Meetings ofthit En
llsmnmant will hrffl(ier h
tal(l nit tlm MiMnd and InHt
n .1 .afaa.leairaa " Ulipll
.Mb I'itnitrxhri nl oilier eoi'ttinpiueuia
WHO niBT U TlaWilUK O"" wu nio mvnw. w
ftttond. PAKlb hUKlON, CP.
John T. Rafrb, B.
MoArtbur, Keb'f 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rrWS-'Chrwrtrit' Choice, is now hiking the
A lead oi all other Brands, bright In color,
pleasant lo taate, tough and laMinr iu chew,
thiatabaceo pomae every quality to mil
ehewers, and sella by Ihe 10 pound liucket
fully lOo cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of Ihe .antegrade and i.erhi leas
quality, luu bucket nfthie oetehiated hmnd
have been .old In Chillicotie alone within
the last two months, ami trarta .till inrrena.
Inc. "Try It" BCHiKFftiK k KKAMKK
Olullicothe, Ohio, are the M an iifautu tars'
genu anil aell at lowtat factor) Price,
lamar ist-i
'Q U EE JN H WA R E
WYE iiXcKEY.
OPPOSITE'TOEOOURTHOUSE,
. -67 FAINT 11RET.
CiriLLlCO.TII,OIIIO,
. ' 'l ..
InVlTf tha attention ormerrchanleandAjr
naoeinea to lh lerae loikoHbe.nbover
tulexjum received. We will aell at t ie very
lowf etfgures to the tnwle. OidersaiHicrted
and promptly attended ;o. sUiui
TUAT WU1CH IS
WORTH DOING
' -18 ,
WffRTH ADVERTISING.
PRINT iND PROSPER
H, O. JONE,
att6rn et a't LA W,'
.REL ESTATE AGENT
DlcArtbur, Vinton C. O.
" " REAL EST 1TE4
Sought, Sold and Exchanged
BAEGAINS IN LAEDi.
A BABE CHAS0 T0 BUT A HOME
rl'BB following li.nds will be sold low oa
J. naaonable term" aa to ja v men 1 1
576 ACRES OF LAND
:.. ": '-in-
PutMm County, West Ya.
. ., .ii . . . .. .
HUMS 2X MILES 01 BAILED AD
34 Miles From State Capital
County Boad Buns lhroutch. Trace
, fink fabmwu land with ;
PLENTY OF I90N ORE.
r -t, ' T " ' " 7
WELL watered. About 25 sorer 'leered.
Good trams hooa an1 out buildings.
TanUrr poplar, walnut, oak, aah, hickory
and loeoat.
Title Perfect. -
Tha emirs -tract: r one-hull will be sold
1 erma fair. Call soon.
SaprMff B.C. JONbS.
iOAACRE ' 13a timber land, near the
JiZvM C K. R. llua IibOmt lll more
tba. say' tor the land II put ui id ibr rnraet,
TiUe perfect, v For lull twvrMU0D call upon
or wriMto u.u.junM.
UAnTITllllSniltrf the M.AC.R.
fiii II K Ihe larm contain eOaopra
- lHill0Tty acre, cleared, hair improve
meo. A nod coal bank opHiaad
woralDfl. Sfeet beet coal. or aa.e cheap.
120 Acrei In E&rriton Township,
fCh)D tuber land, well watered aad near
VHine railroad.
iiue pu.. . 3 -- t
b, Mid low. ; ) ; ' ? ? mc
!Exr"skiKiit;."wili teacli dj oiao that
ft is sdvsntaeous" tti putrutiixe tnosa
hodvsrti in nevrspapetr i"?t '"'
THE VINTON RECORD;
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
It is terrible hut.
Tiik roaJj are la ; excellent
condition. "''
Isaac Cury, an old and weal
th) cilizan of Ohilhcothe, died
Saturday, of apoplexy.
Tub Temperance Mite Socie
ty at Mr. Cornwell'a was largely
atteuCeu last Tuesday eveuiug.
Proceeds $9.10. ' '
Tuerb are at present at work
on the O. Mo A. & O. R. JR. 65
men and. 20 teams. It is ex
pected to increase this iorce to
100 bhortly. ' . ... '!f
i.i ' i ,, i
WlTtim ihe memory of the
oldest i-itizeu , there has no.
been as hot weather in Juue as
there lias been up to the pies
cut dale.
Tun case ol 1'atnck O'Keele
Hgaiuat the Slate taken lo the
Supreme Court on error was
decided Jast Saturday In favor
ol ihe Suite. '
Judqs tlARPr.R, at Ironton,
assessed $716 tines lor viola
tions ot the liquor law. Three
parlies were sent to jail, each
lor '20 days.
a 1 jw i ;
Sheriff Kaler bAs a new
dttrk orovtn horse a colt, w Th
ou! tiaimtig which trolled a
mile, in three tninulea, to a sul
ky, ou ihe Zaleski track, .last
Saturday.
Tub Law und Order League
of I'orismouih is enforcing the
liquor aud Sunday laws in thai
city. The Republican says not.
a' dram, shop was open last
Sunday. . )y
We might . prolong our, col.
u tun of Mackleyums to an in
definite length. ' this week, as
uiosl of our neighboring ex
changes are paying their ad
Jrebses thai way; but we tore
beur. "
Last Tuesday was stock sale
day, but nothing was sold. A
number ol mules were offered
on Hix tuimtlis' credit, but no
one "Lad the nerve " It's come
to a pretty pass, wheu a man
can't even sell on credit. ,
Blackburn', who escappd
from tho Athens Insane Asy
lum, was recaptured at Chilli
colhe. lie walked up to a
policeman ol that city, telling
who he wus and that he was
gifting home, and would return
to Athens as soon as he got
8, me milk.
Mr. Uebr.oI theM.E Church
and agent of the American Bi
ble Society, will hold services
at the (Jbrislian Church we.it
Subbath at 10 J o'clock; and in
the evening at the EpUcoptl
Hall, it being the anniversary
meeting ol the American Bible
Society and the time ato eieci
R CRAIG, Sec'y.
A penitenjiahy convict named
Asbury- Brown on the eve of
the completion of his lime be
came insane, tie claimed a
residence in Vinton . county,
our I'robate Judge was order
ed to provide for him, but de
clined to do so because he was
u.ikuown here, and the claim
of , citizeuship believed to be
tiaa t
II.!"
.1
Ill 'li
.' . Mackui thinks it is 'all rignt
that the iron manufactures- ol
this, district should have an or
ganlzatioo, and1 meet and con
suit as to the best ' nianner'of
advancing the iron business.-
But in hls '-eyes it.i3 an unpar
donable sin for the. farmers to
do like wise. Where is a differ
ence in the Vtghtsi,; privileges
and duties of the ; respective
ciasses?
Tbk Patrons of,;. Uusbandry
of tliia ' connty have organized
a Courity Ooutu'il, and 'elected
Uenry 'Robertson oi Mar'ison
ttiwnf'hip, 'ilas'te'r.',l1,.;:V'e,'i , are
without ft ' report ' and can' not
give the names of ,ihe other 61
ficers. " It wai drganized Sat
j.'urday of last.' weefe,""pnd.' will
f:rueet again -opxt.viSiturday, at
'the School '.Uouse,' .cArthur,
10 O'clock, ArM." .i? I" "mt.'a
- ,: cv:t'.l ir.-iT pv.t
R CRAIG, Sec'y. From Hamden---School Entertainment.
. taiuuient.
On last Friday, evening,
One school entertainment was
given by Prof. Steel and bis pu
pils,at llamden, at theM.E
Church. The exercises were
commendable in every respect,
and opened by Miss Jessie Ob
mer with a very nice address.
A tableau, f Ternble-tempta-tion,"
by Nellie Uozzens and S
Kelch.'Esq., was then perform
ed. "Choosing" was given by
Angusta Miller, Flora Dye.Liz-
zie'UnfThine, Lulu Bur'ensbaw.
Girlie Brown; Rena Nicholas,
Mertie Brown,and Myrtle Aber
nathy. uiVhich is the' Best," came
next, and Maggie Dye, Annie
llesk'itt, Jessie Walking, Nellie
Ohmer, Otle ' Abernathy and
alter this, birkie's first Flirta
lion and its consequences." .
'The ' Rainbow" was seen
next, after which the song nl
songs was sung. "Eight o'
clock," by Clara Watkin-t and
Jessie Ohmer, spoken well and
was appreciated by the audi
ence. "When I was Young,"
was alsn good. "The Country
Aunt's, Visit. was announced
and performed by ladies and
gentlemen of the school, each
one seeming to have his own
character in the play. "The
Everlasting Talker," caused
some inurnment, all the younn
ladies ' doing their part very
nicely. 'Ciiy Courtship;" by
Miss Cramer and air. Burten
shaw mude a very pleafidf! pic
ture and the contrast came in
"Country Courtship" by Miss
Ueskit and Mr. Uofl bines.
"Fashionable Dissipation" by
two young ladies, after which
' Dandelions" Charade, in three
scenes was called by Professor
Steel, each lady and gentleman
making hi part a success then
we had "Bovs'Talk" by Mas
ters Will, Fisher, Frank Miller,
Frank Kramer and George
Fisher.
Sense versus Sentiment" by
ladies and gentlemen was ex
cellently performed.
: "Morning. Noon and Ni?h,"
by Libbie Hejkitt, Allie Cra
mer and Emma Burtenhaw
was as fine a piece as was giv
en, Ihe ladies having very nice
ci8tumes foj: tlieii characters
The Three Angel Visitants"
was sung boon after.
"Ben Butler's Slump Speech"
was given by Mr. Craig, caus
ing the audience to do some
laughing. "The Family not to
Pattern Alter" was next, taking
quite a number to play the
piece. It was indeed good.
Jessie Ohmer Sing ' I Wish
That 1 11 ad Been Born a Boy,"
and she Rang it j'iat like she
meant it, too.
Sitting on the iSnle," (style)
tableau, came next, and after
"Boarding School Accomplish
ments" by MiKS Carracci, Miss
Bu -kley and Messrs Crig ana
Huff hines. ; The ladies' easy
and graceful ways made it all
that could bo desired. ."
"Belore and Behind the
Scenes," Boarding Round,"and
Gelling a Photograph" were
performed . with credit to. all
showing that "the best was left
lor the last of the least.".
The exhibition was indeed in-
interesting and very commend
ble in every ' respect., llam
den can be proud ol Prof .Steel'
H.
Wk have examined some o
he black band ore found on S
U. Tiimmer's place. last week.
Some of it was 'smelted in a
blacksmith's forge and found to
yield over half its .weight ol
nearly.pure iron,; -It has been
found ou all . the adjoining
(arms since. A vein of kidney
ore is found both above and be
low it. There has been no dig
ging done as yet, and it ta
. '"-.ri- 1 -j
therefore not known how deep
I be vein is. The black band if
regarded as the most valuable
ut all iron ores, 'yielding a tm
pe rtojp yix aliiy wp f l ro a and co n
taining a large proportion ol
carbon eaily ttnelied. JnNo
doul)tl this ore exiats in various
parts of iodaiyiO""t 0
V pitka'L U atdex, -Q Colum
bus, loses, $400,000 by the re.
cent d e'lage jnr Alassachuietts.
Tbi Indies of McArthur, it
should be remembered will
bold fc festival at the Court
House on Wednesday evening,
June 17, tor the benefit nl 11 or.
ton's Cornet Band. This band
is a source ot pride to Ale Ar
thur. The band has been or
ganized but a short time, yet
their musio ia most excellent
In fact, the band has but few
superiors and not many equals
in this section of the country.
The members seem determined
to excel, having gone to a large
expense iu buying the most ap
t.r jved instruments, and bad a
new and elegant band wagon
built. The band practices
every night three or four hours.
It is under the leadership ol
Uenry W. Ilorton, a young man
who exhibits rare talents as a
musical prodigy, and with con
tinued perseverance, Ibis band
will be the peer of the best
bands in the State. You will
get more than the worth oi
your money by going to the
Court House aud hearing it,
next, Wednesday.
' The special election for Mar
shal last Monday resulted as
follows: . : . .....
Robert Sage. 45
Julius F. Way 23
L. U. Wilcox--- 9
Leauder Sprague 1
Total vote 78
The election has no political
significance, except Julius F.
Way is a colored man', and was
supported principally by Dem
ocrats, generally of that class
who a short time since were
howling about, negro equality
and protesting they would
never vote again if the colored
people were given the ehctive
Iranchise. We don't km w how
the old straight backed coun
try Democrats will fancy this
action ol the 'leaders," but we
are glal to record this pre
gressive step.
The following Hirers of the
McArthur Ladles' Temperance
League were elected at the last
regular meeting : . .
President, Mrs. John S. Hawk;
Vice Presidents. Mrs. U. B
Pa.vne, Mr. A. W. Brown and
Mrs S.W. Sherwood; Secretary,
Mrs. L O. Perdue; Correspond
ing Secretary, Mrs M..Wooley;
Treasurer, Mr?. D. V. Kanriells;
Chorister,, tlattie Holland;
Assistant Choristers, Mm. II B.
Payne, Anna Payne, Mary
Curnwell and MarlhaCornwelU
Executive Committee, Mrs. E.
L. Baird, Mrs. John Corn well,
Mrs. Dr. Holland, Mr. John
King, Mrs. Joseph Uuhn; Lead
ers, Mrs M. R. Barnes, Mrs. U.
P. Ambrose and Mrs. G. W. Sis
son. . .
There is no doubt in the
minds ol any person living iu
the vicinity but the burning ot
the Birnes' Mills bridge was
the wor of an .incendiary.
The Commissioners, with a
false economy, have refused or
neglected to offer a reward for
the apprehension of the mis
creant, This virtually says to
incendiaries that they , may
burn and destroy the county's
property without fear of pun-isnment.
Public debt reduction for May
$4 456-831. . . '
McArthur Market.
Flour, per gacKt . $200
corn Meal per bush , . . . .70
Com .i. .60
Qgtg 45
Wheat .'.V.V.V.'.V.'.l'.30al.40
Boaus .AimtW
PotHtOfid
Dried Apr'.ea.
100
.... ,1.50
... S.'mJ
.. i 4.00
675
. . .75
.12.00atS.iiO
.Dried Peaches.
Timothy Seed per bush.
Clover .
Onions " " .
Hay V ton .
Hams, country. ...... ...
sugar cured
Smoked Mdes.... .......
Shoulders
Pickled Pork........ ..
Kjcgs
Butter....
Heese "
::::: '".1
.... . . .10
8.10
8.t0
... .10
...... 19
.20
lara...
Tallow .......
Lard.
.'" 10
...... . .08
Chickens, live
154.25
Hockine Salt per bbl
. 2.25
15a 26
. .40
9.00
Sacks i " v ......
Vinegar, cider.
White Fish..........
Mackerel
Kio Co flee .
-10
QA
Tea
i.OOal.25
Coflee Sugar,
... a
Yellow o
New Orleans Molasses
i...
12X
... , '11
. ,80al.00
'.: .40050
Sornhiim " " "
Sjrcup ' r.
Star Candles per lb
Tallow
hoap, country ber lb..' J. ..
il 75a.l.OO
.,. -25
... .15aa0
.1-686
refttners: fWi.i ..........
.4-. r65a75
Kajts.w....; ,;....v..:..,., , 2
Coaupw bus.......; .. ,T
B. A. BI001MS. j.H.HEIK KIN.
lilGG.KS HEINLE. 1,
Mi.NCFACTURERS OV AMD DEA 83 IX
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE,
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
&prl87i
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
cesa full stock of all
kinds of
FUKNITUIiE,
EUited to this market,
I will manufacture
to order anvthinsr de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Wi
attend funerals w'I
hearse when desired
r.ni U KTOIV,
Corner of High and LocuBt Streets
MCARTHUR. O.
7marl87.
fresh for the Spring Trade
AT
WOLF, PEAEOE & COS
BOILED Ai D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED LEAD
TUB PEN TINE
V4n.ISikES,
Colors Ground in Oil,
Paint and TarulNli lirutthes,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line ol
PLRE FRESH DULGS &CHE1IICALS
Dye MuiTi,
. Stationery,
Itotions, Eic.
Everything at the very Lowest Pri
ces, WOLF.PEARCE&CO.
lurcar l:4
GREAT KEDUOTION
In prices for thepriag of 1874.
PEACH TREES
.A SPtClALTY,
Cherry, Apple and Pear Trees
QUINCE, CURRANT, BAOPDERKY AND
GOOSEBERRY BUStiES.
Uliubarb and Asparagus Roots
GRAPE VINES, t rml 2 vtara old. all the
leaclmii TaririKo hy the hundred or thouaaod
at toaext anoiPHaie raiea.
(ISAOE uRANOh by ihe hundred r thou
land Will be .old Vfrr low by (lie large
quanmies.
A Uuii and ne aeaortroent on band, and t
nionoiu biock ol
V " t' -
Greenhouse and Eoddlng Plants')
. For nis nry cheap.
AVNoir Is Ihe time to fcenatify ynnr bomes
ai a irerj email com. wm. CHILUK
RoaeGrore Muraery, Ch:llicotbe,U. Z3ap
TEA.
AOi NTS WANTED.
TEA AfiENTs wanted In town ahd country to
ell TEA. or set ud rlub order.
for the lar
:eat Tea company in America, inipnripra"
iricea and induremenia to acenta. fnd for
circular. Addrean, . bubib i wilui, m
VearyHi., N. V P. O Box 1MT. .
TatCAriwiaa Taum, Henry Ward Becher.
Editor, ol uob haiii laKi, eyi; "rartift win
mg 10 aat up 'luba, and ail who cab get or
Uera lor lea, enouiti anie mm lor a cin-uiar.
Tkm Umm York Wtrkh rrikaM. Of Hen' . M. saVt
'.All.'liranxea' should write KobtUellslor
circol -r "
Ikt Set'tu, olBe pi. 20.', says: "Robt. Well is
thorougnly relianie. ' SJapr
B. Ti BABBITT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash,
y ; . oit lye, '
"Of doable the itreaglh of any other .
SAPOK1FTIXO SUDSTiilCE.
"InaverecentlT perfected a new' method of
parking my Poietb or Lye.snd am now pack
Inn it only ia balds the coaling of hi;h will,
saponin, aod does sol Iniure the Mian.. It ie
packed in boxes containing 14 and 48 ona lb.
hail, and in no other way. birertions in
.Dgllsh aod farrniin for making hard and
aou soap wito
hi ltaih.aenmpnv eaoa
package B.T. BABBITT,
I, rMIU94WuhiB(tmet4NTl
' ''
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look-?
in' Glasses, and all kinds of Houso
Turnisliing Goods. . '
J.
S. HUHE
ItETAIL DEALER IN
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURlSS
I
IE FIIll fill
Of every description :!'''' "J"
Grates and Ennmeled FronlM. Urass and Porcclalu
Kettlrv, Wooden Ware ot all Kind. Manufactaier tl"
Tin, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for wholesale and rafail
trade. Orders soliuited fnun cuiitry denlera. " ' ' ;:
lerSPOUTTNG, R00FINO AND REPAIRING DOUfi CHEAP'lV.;
lSpeoial Inducemeata offered to those who will bay a full Ou&l
for HouseKeepin. ...
Call and cow pure prices before purelmsine elaawhcre. . ... .-1 tnipr
Lisi Lai
And Cloth, Canvass ami Paper
WINDOW SBflAJDEa
In lurge stock aud (treat rariety very low.
turners without extra charge.
SEED . '
' , . . .
BMMG MM,
-and-
1). M. EEEEY'8
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seeds
1 .-1 1
Aswrted varieties of each including everything grown la a ftbwer or tejettifrft
garden.
Paints, Oils,Wiiite Lead, Var
nishes antl Brushes just
received, atSlSSON'S.
m
THOROUGH AVOUKMANSIIIP.
Fine Material Used
PEEFECT IN TONE AND C0NSTEUCTI0N
GREATEST DURABILITY:
www
THE LOWEST
A higher recoinmendatinn of thee
desired than the numerous testimonials
given them the severest trial. Nothing
touch, while the quality ia universally adimrea. ivcry v alley uem is noj only
warranted lor Ave jeara but is RuaiUnlccd to give Cnf llitV
salislaclion or to be returned at our expense- ;
P. II. BALDWIN & CO.,
' Dealers in.Pianos and Organs;
158 WEST FOURTH St., CINCINNATI,
J. . IIULICK, .
Agent for Vinlon tontj" ,
. Hnlhertjjouse, McArthur 0.'J
53.
S
.0
1PT0U WOULD CONSULT T0US '
. INTEEE8T,
LOCK AT THIS OFFER.
:25PERCENTDISC0TINTi
'Oil all Styles for Cash!
pat
WE OFFER
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADEv
EYERYOXE VARRAXf D 5 YEARS V 1
f 100 organ for.
200 ' "
, 220 " "
350 , , , "
400 piano :
MO .'
eoo ,! :
Mlniatera, , C bardie umi 'Sabbath
Sckaeb fwraiahea at wkalewala rate. .
H
Blgfi 8t., two
,18decM
i jrl Iif t iif
rl
Will trim wall popor for my cm
74 d
p
.1
In Manufacture
excellent instruments could not t
from those who have used then), and
can he superior to their lijihtddilcato
i -i
9?
). r.
SOKE BUT TBS.
1 1
itr.U
O
. .
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..I;...-., two
......... 150
373
450
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02
Ji:;:n-j
doers wasttf Market, lO
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