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r SPECIAL NOTICES.
lake pli More in notifying the pub
lie that 1 baveja-t add 1 to iot Sfk,
new tvrply if all kind of Spring
Millinery Ooodi, combining the Laieit
and Bat Styles, which 1 will Mil at
the vert Luteal Catk Pricet Pouible.
Please 'call aud examine my stock be
fore porohnsiDtt elsewhere. Bleaching,
Frtuing nnd Coloring done to order
'Thankful for paw patronage, I expect
'by .liberality in prices and upright
'dealings, to render satirfae'ion to all
who mar honor me with their eosti.m.
iPUce Of business, the ild Burtensbaw
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
J. F. TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchants and Furnace
(den bf Vinton county, a superior stuck
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. IVeptiy
;rl?ii)kt i) i:irsr,
Particular ittcution girra to the treatment
'orth natural teath.
Notice to Teachers.
" THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at ' the
Union School House, in MoArthnr, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September,' Ootober and
November,' ini tbe 1st Saturday in
January,' February, Juno, July, An
.fust And December, in each year. Ex--ftminatioos
to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence' of good
jnoral ebaraoter will be required in all
eases.1 .A fee of 50 cents is required
iy law from each applicant
" M. II HAK.sEd Cb'n 1 Board of
Z J. & 11U UN, ' VBohool Ex-'
L. O. PEUUUE, Cl'k, J aroinere.
' ' ' .(':.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
. .,i ..J I. II. . tlOII. t ! -
Howard Sanitary Aid Association. For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Unfortunate
Howard Sanitary Aid Association. For the Relief and Cure of the Erring and Unfortunate on Principles of Christian
Sasars'oa the Error of Vouth, and the (bl
ha of , la relattoe to Marring aod Bocial
EtA," with aamtair aid for th afflicted
feat free, ia sealed eurelop. A'ldrem,
HOWABO ASSOCIATION, Box t, P.iWl
: NO. 115,1,0, 0, F.
TfeXVuampmeiil will heraaltar b
-fV vjf (ihW on the aeeoad mum last
fcW""- M.adaj avealna of each
aaaath. Patnaruha oi tiher .Dvampmeul
who nur be nailing oui nwa ara toviuil to
attrad. PARIS HOBTOH, CP.
Juhx T. Raaaa, 8.
Mo Arthur. rb' 17, 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Gut
nHB 'ChfWtTn'ChoM a, ia no taking the
X lead oi all other Hranria. Bright in color,
plraaant ia tute.'touiib and laatinr in chew,
thi tobacco poai.eaT.ea erjr quality to auit
caew.ra. aod aella by I he 10 Hiund bucket
fully tdoitheaper per pouml, ihan any other
brand of the aame grade and perhtpa Iran
quality. 100 buckrla of thiareleliiaUMi hrand
hare been aolil In Chilllrothe alone within.
in ii iwo month, and trarfa mm locrva..
Ing. Try It" SCHjKKMSR A K HAM ICR
Clullicothe. Ohio, are the Manufacturer'
agenta and Mllatlowtvt Factory Prices,
ttmav 1873 .
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE0URT HOUSE,
67 VA1NT blRET.
CHILL1CO THE, OHIO,
IxVITE the attention ormerr-hanla and fur
iiaueuien to tha large aloi-k of the above ar
iclaa jtut received. We will veil at t ia very
lowat Ignrea to the trade. Order aolictted
and promptly attended -o. Kt,ul
PRINT AND PROSPER
M C. JOJS Kid,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT
BftbArthar, Tluton C. O."
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
CHEAT BABGAIH8 IN IAFD3.
A BABE CHASOE TO BUY A HOME
'HE following h.nrta will be (old low on
A n aaonable term aa to ivment i
576 ACRES OF LAND
: ..:",,:"". -in-
Putnam ,Connt7i West Va,
IlSIH 2s MILES OF BAILS AD
34 Miles From Male Capital
County Eoad Bona Ihroujfh Trace
FINE FARMINO LAND WITH
PLENTY DF IION DrE.
TIT (XL watered.1 About U acre leared.
TT.Oaod. name bona aal out-buildinga.
Timbaf-ioptar, walout, oak, ab, bickory
The aoMne trace- or one-ball will be fold
i Mm far. Calltooa.
taprlait H. 0. JON &
10AB1 hoe timber land, near the
1ZAM AQ. R. B. Tbe Umber will mora
lhaa aay fcr tk land II pat op ia the market,
line periefs ,f erimi aaaoriuuon eaii upon
or wriiaio a. u. joniui.
JmA. XTT1TBIN Kmile ef the M.AC. R.
Tiii( TT K The larro contain HO arrea
Hfl -1 lony aorea cleared, fair lniproa
u.,ol. a good coal bank 0xnand
woraisg. j mm Deal eoai. rwrtaieeacap.
r ' ' ''
120 Aerea ia Harrison Township,
ZIOOb limber land, well watered and Bear
V n railroad.
'1 lUe berlevi.
a AM bt-Mtdrlow. r r t 1 rlSdee
miiwhmi oHwm aa jt aawe lia
ilie,4vptif.aos tu patriwiAe Uioae
wjiQadrertUs ia nswitiwersi hw :'
THE VINTON RECORD.
Oftolal Organ af Vinton County.
Tui quirer attempts to
make some capital out ot the
Candidacy of Frank Way, a col
ored man, lor Marshal by say
in ft tbatr the Republicans ran
him for the office and then
went back' on him." So far as
Mr. Way was tbe candidate ot
any party he was the candidate
of the Democracy, and two
weeks before the election tbe
Enquirer In announcing the
candidates also announced its
prelerence lor Mr. Way. On
election day all the Democrat
ic workersGeorge Lantz, D.
Si. Olaypoole, Win. Sry, Jap.
Dillon, J. J. Shnckey, Peter
Murphy, A. 0. Dowd, and oth
er were on hand shglysnd
in squads, Working for Mr. Way.
thai they, did not elect him.
was not beoduae they did not
try, but because the ' Demo
crals retuted to be led, nd
quietly voted for Mr. Sage
Of course there were
Republicans who supported
Mr. Way, also; but the situa
tion was not so novel to (hem,
and they did not apprmcli
their Democratic ' allies in en
thu8ia8iu and devotion. It was
truly refreshing to see with
what ardnrcus vigor the cam
paign was conducted on tneir
We make this staiement sim
ply that people in the country
may not be deceived by the
inquirer's perversion of the
facts; for we are ot those who
do not believe in diniiiction on
account ol race, color, wealth.
blood or connections, and
would hrtve respected and up
held Mr. Way's authority had
he been elected as Irefly and
fully as we wtirjld have sup
ported a Marshal with a 'reck
led face, red head or a Roman
A - monster snake, about al f-
teen leet long and as thick as
a man 8 thigh, was seen one
dy this week on Mr. Sher
wood's farm by Wm. Enkin.
lie was attracted. to it by a
noise in some high.marnh
grass, as ot some animal drag
King a heavy weight after it.
He went up clone enough to fee
what it was, and having noth
ing with which to give battle
to so formidable an antag
onist, hastily decamped. lit
track where it crossed the road
was seen by several persons,
and an enormous entke sup
posed to be the same one has
been seen at frequent interval
by different . persons , in the
same; neighborhood for . the
past ten years.
Dn RanUelm is opening a
vein or black band ore nr. Do I
pliln Sam's lartry Jackson
township. The workmen are
into the hill about five yards,
the ore improving, in quality
as the entry advances under
the hill. The vein is a i, little
over three feethick.
Talley One for the Boys.
Mr. John Lowry, near whose
house the telegraph was bro
ken last week, says that the
boys did not break it that it
broke of its own " weight ; in
consequence of a kink lelt in
it by the workmen when .put
ting it up. -
. Wk understand that Charlie
Sprouse of Hamden was badly
used up '.n .'a fight at Ztteski
by On. Lowry. The fight grew
oat of an old grudge, and was
wound up in short order, by
appointment, in pugilistic style.
TmZ ileki Lodge of Masons
celebrated St. John's daj (24ili)
by a . basket, picnio i& 1 the
woods near that place. 1 It was
generally attended by the Ma
sods throughout the county.
, Now ia the time, and Fel
toti's is the place, to 'supply
younelf, at low prices, with
summer wear. 1 " ' "' :
A Kansas girl wouldn't be
t married without a yellow rib-
uuu arouuu uer waiai, anua ooy
rode eight miles to gtt it while
thi gueslBwaiiedlV . ;! ' : , -ni
.;.r.yit.t fl; : n .. ,-A tt ia
RaIlboAd prospects here are
improving. The interest la ou
the increase, ami to effort, which
w believe will be successful, is
being tnaogurated to secure
enough subscription to complete
the a i) 6 Dished portion of the
grading between McArthor end
Vinton Station. " '
We have nothing new from Lo
gan. From Circleville we have
the news that a publio meeting
will le held next Saturday night,
at which time tie stock books
will probably be opened.
Fun by Telegraph.
Some of the boys ustd the
telegraph ireely yesterday
sending news to the McAr bur
ites who were at the Masonic
pic nic As a specimen, Capt.
Jones paid $1.29 to learn that
his lull blond Brahma, 'oily
Ann, had the heu-flew-end;
Oi FeltoN ha-t just returned
(mm the city with a new in
stallment ot summer goods so
well adap'ed to (he season that
it makes one cool to look at
Tiik citizens of Tarlton and
vicinity manifest a commenda
ble interest in the success ol
the great railroad enterprise
which is now engaging the at
tention of the citizens of this
countv. It id clamed that a
practicable route lor the Cir
cleville and McArthur Railroad
can be lound by the way'. of
Tarlton, and from a personal
eismination of the route, we
think the claim is well founded.
The directors will, ot course.
before mafcinp a final location
of the road, give the' claims of
Tarlton lull consideration. The
proposed railroad would un
doubtedly greatly benefit Tarl
AsTRoNoMhR have discover
ed that right under the Polar
Star may now be seen at mid
nigh' with the naked eye, bet
ter sliil wi'li g"" opera-slass
a small hzy light about as
large as a liorse-chesnut, wiih
a brighter point ol light on
one edte of it. .This insignifi
cant affair is a very good sizd
comet, never seen before that
any one knows of, and w.'uch
is approaching us with a'sion
ialiing rapidity. About the
chse ol Jjily or the beginning
of August it is expeced lo be
making a splendid display in
the western sky.
The People's Practical Poultry
Is the title ot a book the
subject matter of which is ful
ly set forih in its title. It '.a a
thorough, complete and prac
tical work.-, worth its price
many times over to all who
keep poultry, whether profes
sionals or am iteurs. The au
thor leaves nothing untouched
as. to. the care,, management
marketing or diseases of nil
domestic fowls, and clearly sets
forth tbe special markings and
good and bad qualities of the
different breeds. The author
has no hobv to ride or favor
ite breed i to praise at the ex
pense of all others, but- gives
practical experience in plain
terms that all will understand.
Such a book in the . hands ot
the larmers or ' our county
would not fail to add material
ly to their incomes from .their
poultry. It is profusely ' illiia
trated, containing over Que
hundred engravings of fowls,
improved coops, incubators.
teed trough and hoppers, cheap
trap for animals which carry
off the young, etc. ",' It will b e
sent by mail, postage pre-paid,
on reoeipt ol price, which Is
only $1.50. Ad Irest D. D. T.
Moore, Rural New Yorker Of
fice, New York Oily. - 1 ;
Hi FkltoS8 new summer
stood Of diess goods is attract
ing the ladies by beauty, style
and Cheapness. ' '"'.! ".
i Mark Twain considers it a
blessing to live1 ia a land ol
plenty if you have plenty ot
: Elder Tubbs, ot . Bethany,
West Virginia, will preach at
next. Sunday , morning :-j and
evening. - s '
On to McArthur.
Weduesday morning last,
Messrs. W. Marshall Anderson,
Sol. Reigle, W. E. Bolin, Allred
Williams kni Wm. B. Marfield
of ibis city darted on a tour of
observation along the proposed
route ot the Circleville McAr
thur & Galllpolis railroad.
They arrived at the residence
of Sol. Reigle, jr., near Adelphi
for breakfast, and from there
proceeded ou to BIoomingville
for dinner. Tbe country to
this point is to veil known
that a -description of it would
be superfluous. Several resi
dents of Blooming ville accom
panied the party down Queer
creek Valley about 6 miles to
Potter's Ridge; all down the
Valley there is more or less
coal, and the ridge is full ol
iron, coal, potter's clay and fire
clay, and the finest of building
stone. There are some dozen
potteries on the ridge. Llere
there will have to be a cut or a
tunnel of about. 600 feet, it is
tho only point on Hie whole
route where any heavy work
has to be done, every foot of
the route seems to have been
created for the special accom
modation of railroad builders.
On the other side of the ridge
is Raccoon Oreek Valley
through which they passed to
Karnes' Mill; to see this Valley
is well worth a day's ride, it in
magniGceutly beautiful and
picturesque; it is full of coal
and iron as are all the hills for
Kirnes' Mill is about 33
mites from Circleville and here
the party met the grading from
(Jallipolia. Right at this point
thequestim hinges will they
go on to Logan or come hert-f
There is not much time to de
cide thin question in, and what
is to bd dune by 'our citizens
must be done' quickly; it' is
hoped aud expected that this
will be tbe point they will
strike for Irom Karnes' Mill,
but there is "many a slip," and
the Logan people are thor
oughly aroused to the. impor
tance to their town ol that
road so delays are dangerous.
Between Karnes' and McAr
thur are the Dunkle mines
which have a vein of iron ore
6 leet 6 inches thick. These
mines yield ore of such rich
ness that it takes 200 in lest,
ore to make a ton of inm than
of any in tbe surrounding
country. Its value is so great
that it pays to work it. and
haul the ore in wagons to Vin
ton Furnace some miles away
Specimens ol ore brought from
the Benson Dunkle and John
Dunkle farm are said to be
much more valuable even tbn
the ore mined on the widow
Dunkle place. Tbe citizens all
through this country are eager
for the road. They will give
land or work or anything they
have to get it built; they have
sense enough to know that it
will be a lair exchange and
will bring them money for
what they have to .dispose ol.
McArthur was the slopping
place- for the : night; in the
morning a large party of influ
ential citizens returned with
them to the ridge and took
great oains to show them meny
things rf interest,
Flour, per sac
... ; UO
. .. B.'iO
urn Meal per bush.
Beans . ,
Dried A pries...
. i .
Timothy Seed per bash
Clover '". M
Hay V ton .
" snxar cored
Tallow lt..... -.08
Chickens lire 164.2ft
Uocklnir jJalt per bbl 215
Vinegar, cider .40
White Fish .. 7.60
Mo Coffee 30
Tea . . ' l,00al.25
Coffee Safcttt. ........ i
Yellow C "... ....:......... H
Mew Orleans Molasses .80s 1.00
Sort-bum ' . ' ' 40a0
Syrup ' '75H.1.00
but t anaies, per id...........; , .20
Soap. country ner lb... . ...... ' a8
Feathers. ...1. U'iu...;i.k.;.65a75
Kajrs y.....;,. . ......
(fml. inrbus. .. - 7
Wool V ...'..i'.. ' .45
. .r'i,:-il:.'. ;.i 0.1
M. A. BIOOINS. J. H. ttElN. KIN.
UIGG.NS ii UEIXLE IV,
If ANCFACTCRXBS OK AND DEA BS lit
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE,
And all Funds of Monuments and
I have just mami
factored and am now
oiTering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
kinds of . .
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Eurial Cases
always on hand. "Wf
hearse when desired
P IRIS IIORTOIV,
Corner of High and Loonst Streets
falara eurfl pr Mannntl
cheap. Quick, witnout u
.eriQK. The only true an-
mole, 8. G.Arm(ronn,
M. I).. Berrien, Michigan.
It fully represent amil paiea and "trie
of hiodi a ol &', inlereatina and faal selling
AOEMTS WANTED. Von will mia it
if ynu do not eni lor illnstraied poster and
lilieral lerma: or, (end f I it& for the boantiful
proapeotua (I he only outht needed,) and e
euretemtnry atomte AidreH
Villiy PuauiniMa Co., Ciciuti, 0.
hook hei i nins ever tried iT canraoaera
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jiut pnbllahed, In Scaled Knrtlepo. Price .la
cent. A Lectuie on lb Nature, Treatment
an Radical Cure of Spsriaatnrrbtea, cr Semin
al WrakneM, luvoluulary Emluiioni, cViual
Deliility, .id Impollmenla to Uarrlage, genor
ally NrToineM, Con.uniitlon, pilep.y nod
Fit.; M.ntal and Pliy.lciil Incapacity, runlllLg
Mom aaltabiiM, Ae By ROB. J. ClILVER
WKLL, M. V., Au hororth-'Oreen Book" Ao.
Tha world-renowned author, la 'hie adniintbla
Lecture, clearly provM li-nni hi. own eiperieuca
that theawtnl conH'qnencM oftelf alnn amy
be eflectiiHlly remored wilhont medicine, and
without riHBgerou anrgical oppeiatitma. boogfea,
inalromrnt., ring., or cordiala, poiulii g out a
mode of cuie at once certain, necluil, by which
ecery auderer, no niat er what bl. condition
may be. mxv euie blniwlf cheaply, and prirat.ly,
and radically. Tola Lecture will prore a boon to
thouitaufl. and thousand..
Sent, under aeal, to any addnaa In a plain aealed
enreloue, on receipt ol nix Cent., or two poaiape
t.DiM. A l-o. Dr. 8ill.br' REMEDY IT OB
PI hi.n. heud for circular.
Aadrew the pitbll.liora,
(JH8. J. 0. KLINE A CO..
127 Bnwerv. Ke Turk. Poat Offlce But 4.U6.
AO N IS WANTED.
TEA AflENT. wanted in town and country to
aell TEA, or get up club order, for the lar
gest Tea Company in America. Importer'
priced andinum'menta to egent. hend for
i-ireular. Address, KoHKHI WELLO. it
VesevSi., N. V P. O Box 127
Taa'CarMiaa t'aoa, Heniy Ward Beecher,
Editor, ol Oct S5tii last, says; "Partita wish
ing to gel up rlube, and ail who can get or
der for tea, shmih! write him for a circular."
TaaAcw fori Re.tfalViainM.orgep'.ad.say:
"All 'ijrsDKes' alioulu write Kobt. Well lor
cjrcui r "
Ik Sol, of8ept.20.,aaji: "Robt. Well I
thorougnly reliable." SSpr
B. T. BABBITT'S
Pure Concentrated Potash,
Of doul tha treath ol any olhet
I hare recently perfected a new methoti of
f ai'king my Potaan or Lye. and am now pack
n it ouIt in ball, the coatins ol hi;h will
aaponilf, and doea not Iniure the o.p; It I
packeo in oozea confining a ana b one 10.
rail, and m no other way. Direction in
.ngllh and Pertnan for making hard and
aoitaoap with thi Hotaah wwmrun) eaoi
paeaage - . B.T. fiABBITT,
64 t 84 Waahlngtan 8tn N. V.
STATii or OHIO,
C oavaiua, February lth, 1874.
TTTHERK8 tha Mew England Mutual Life
TV lnuran" ton p.nV located at boeion.ln
he Htate ot MaerhU8ptt', ha Bled in thi
olBiea .Worn atHtemenl bjr the proper om
rar ihANnfi .hnariaa ita eundltion and blial'
Oeaa and ha coirphed in all other reaped,
with the law or thi. btate, mating to biie in
turanca t'orr.uaniea. ornnlaed bi not of Con
greae, or bv or under the lay of anv Other
btate ol tha llnitod rUtc.
Now, therefore, Id purananoa ol law, Ij
Will. am f. ChiiA ll. (uperinteDdent of lneur
ance ol the Hlale of Ohio, do hereby certify,
that vaid Company i authorised to tranaact
It appropriate buines of Ilia Inauranca in
inn atxtein ateordanca with law oaring (he
etirreut year. The Condition and on.ineaa of
aid feompnny at the date of aucn atatement
inecen.beraiat, 1873,) ia nhown aa foilowa:
ggregate amount of admitted a.
eets,iiK.luding the mm 04
W3 3D in urainlain aotea and
loan bild by the company on
' policie in tome, ia,70,lll SI
Aagreaate amonut of Itabilitlea, la
eluding 111. lul,l ou fir re In- ,
auraace reer?a 1U2S.TM U
Aniouotof in. om for the pteced
mg y r In enh - I,41,87S H
Amount of preminm sot of In-
com for tbe preceding year 06lS 61
amount of aipendilurrt lor tha
brecadiag year in cash, 1.W7.M7 38
Amnnnt fir Dremium note expeti-. --
ditbre tor the preedibg ear, SW.SIO
(U. f.) In wiinae hereof, I have hereun
to KuUcrib. i mj Bana, aatl eauesd the aeal
Of hit office to bS
aSied tha cay and tear.
.ft... written. - ' WH.VHUKCH.
. . bupenuiendent.
' ;of. Kant, agent al MoArthnr, O. '
Stove3, Tinware, Glasd nd Queensware, LoolrT
:ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houso -
RETAIL DEALER IN
a "3 i&lTiVvjTfcl'V!. . , , awl ; i
i v.t!f:VV-v. ;.' .
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
Grdtrn ftittt Enameled Front, Drass and PoreeTalW
KettleM, Wooden lTnre ot all Kladn. Rlaaufactarcr r
Tin, Copper and heet Iron ware, both ft wholesale ad wtail .
trade. Order solicited fmro OnOntry dealers. , . ,i,..i
l-SP0UTTN0, ROOFING AND REPAIRING COSTS CHElPLTs ;
5rSpecial Inducements offered to thoie who will haj a Mi Outfit
for Honiekmpinff. ' ' ,.'.', i
Call and coiBpnre prices before jmrchaiine elaswlicre. . l&sit ; a
And Cloth, Canvass and Papef
In large stock atii great variety tery
tomers without extra charge. '
D. M, FERRY'S,
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seeds.1.
Asaorted varieties of each including everything grown ia a flower et vegetable
gardett . , 1 .. ;
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
recc-ivod, atSISSON'S. ,
THOROUGH WOIIKMANSOIP ;
DBE AUJT V
Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
.PERFECT IN tONE
m mm . . . .( ,; , . j
A hlcber recotamefidiuion of these excellent instramenta eoh'4 net 1 .
desired thftn tbe noruerous teBtirhonials
given them the Reverent trial. Nothing
touch, while the quality ia universally admired. Every Valley Gem it not oq'.r
warranted for Ave years but is guaranteed tofflre- entl.u
satlNf action or to be returned at our expanse. ' '' : :. ; : : I'lii !i
Send for illustrated catalogue with muaio. .
D. II. BALDWIN &CO., ;
Dealers in Pianos and Orgainy -: -.. ?
158 WST FOURTH ST. , CINCINNATI, 0 L '
J. . IIULICIC. ' ? 1
Agent for Vinton Cont r,i r-i
mmiml mWBBUmmmmmm m M ar O.
-II T0U VOULB OONStTLT YOUR
10GK AT THIS OFFER.
'till all Mi les for Caihi .
EST .NSTRIMENTS MADE. ';
lYERYOM WARRAXt'D 5 1'EiBS :
A. $19d orgaa for.
. m. 200 -
u 820 t u u
' 20 '
nfalatet. Ckwrraaa ;'u4 . gkt A
SefeMU farmUwti at waaltaaJe ntat. ;
. HlRiatnttadMrawtaf ataitat ;
urnishing Goods. . . ' '
low. Will trua wall paper for yu :
... . ...
EST , PRICE.;
from those who have Osel Wem sim)
ran be superior to their lijdrt, delict ,
KOKTt BCt iTHaV
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