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r. rj J. F. TOWfcLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
c ' offers to the Werohant and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, t superior itook
or my uooos ana notions, on terms
the moat fat orable. lVeptiy
n. J. BOVVERS,
RESIDENT DUN 1 1ST,
1 Particular attention gien to the Ire atmanl
of lb natural taih.
Notice to Teachers.
TDB BOARD of School Examiner
for Vinton Count; will moot at tho
Union School Home, in Mo Arthur, on
(Be 1st and 3rd ' Haturdays 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
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 oent is required
by law from eaoh applicant
M. R BAR.vES C'h'n ) Board of
, -J,. UUBiV, iHohuoUEx-"
L, 0. FEUL'CE, Cl'k, J aminers.
,ii lloward Sanitary Aid Associa-,
Fot the Relief aod Cure ol the Erring and On
!" - fortunateon Prlueiplesof Cbriatiaa
,,-,. ,. . . phiUnlhropy.
' ', Ssaayt on the Errors of Youth, and the foN
- ' lie of Age,.ln relaUoa to Marriage and Social
;"" Xriia, 'with eanitaiy aid for . the afflicted
Seal free, in eealeJ eo elopes. Aliire,
' ' HOWAKO ASSOCIATION, BoxP, Ph:'vtel
. i phis. Pa.
NO. 115, 1.0. 0. F.
rt IV .amnment will hereafter be
r.-hfld on the aeeand and Inst
Mender evenlnaa of eaveh
. aaaatav.. Patnantha ol tlier ntimimiiii
A who may be flailing om own ere inviiet to
attend. .. . PAKlb HUE'lON, 0. P.
. Juki T. Raraa, 8. ,
MoArthur. Ki-b'y 17, 1870.
.The Favorite Fine-Cut
1 1H G 'Chewera' Choice, le now Inking the
X lend oi all "the Kranna. Bright In color,
rleaaant in taate, touitli end laatuir in i-hew,
hia iiiImooo poKfi-e every quality lo auil
chKWfra, aod arlla hy Ike IU imuiia bucket
lull IOo uheaper per pound, iheu any other
brand of (he tame grade and irbips lent
quality, luu hiiL-kela oflJii. uelehiaied brand
hate been aold in i:hiUutbe alone within
the lau (wo month, acxi trade null increaa.
lug. "Try II" BCHFfKKA KKAMKK
Cliillicothtt, Ohio, are the Manufacturere'
agent" and eellal loweat factor, Prioea.
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT yiBET.
IVITK the attention of men-hunt, .od far
naoetnen to large Hic k of the above r
tuleKjiint rweived. We will hH at t .e tery
, lowt ngurre to the tntile.. liiUrre aiiliuiled
'and promptly attended o. ilUl
TllAl VVUlCll IS
: WORTH AmERTISIKG.
PRINT AND PROSPER
ATTORAKV AT LAW.
Wl ESTATE AGENT
Sic Arthur, Vinton C, O.
Sought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT ABO AIMS IN LAND 3.
A .BARE CHAMOaTO BUY A HOME
rl HE lnllnwinR li.nda will be aold low on
-An aaoutble terma a lo payment
576 ACRES OF LAND
Putnam County, West Va,
WliniA 2k MlLx.b 01' EAiLK Al)
34 Miles From Mate Capital
County Eoad Runs 1 trough Trace
,1NE FARMlMi LAND WITH
PLENTY OF mH ORE.
WELL watered. About 25 acre -lenreil.
Good Iraine hnua an-1 oiit huililinga.
Tinier-poplar, waluut, oak, ai-h, bwkory
The entire tract or one-bull will be sold
VEHF II .
mmaCtir. Call tooa.
tsprisii H. C. JON S3.
mACREi ol hae limber land, near the
MAC. R. K. The timtwr will more
than pay for the land il put up in the market,
i me peneoi. r or luu aeacripuon call upon
or write to. U.u. JuNRrt.
Awl ITTITB IN ii mile rf the M. AC. R.
TaiaiB ft K The term contain to wrea
iHlt lorty aoree cleared, l-'air ImproTe
iiieDla. a xoi.d coal bank opt-nand
worainM. reei uen coal, r or a, e envap,
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
rtOOD timber land, well watered and near
Title perle. t.
Will be sold low.
Darid F. Oaird'ai
XTOrtCEil herebT siren that the anbeerlh.
Al er Una been appointed aud qualified aaad
miniatra m ou Ibeeatate ol lvid t, baird,
bleof Vinton county, deceased, and that all
peraona mnentea 10 1 eahtle are rrqutated
to call al ooce and settle their accounts.
liaied July tb, 1871. '
To sell, eVaet lo oaaaaNn,Ts I O sousoiw ill; or
By 4. rerwua, euitor Werteru Hural, h-axo.
Co ra plete and reliable. Wriutn mf Jmnrnmry,
lS7t. S nhoaal portraits! Itai uthrr euxra
Ttnsa.' arrhia great work la low laariosaad
eal.taf Sy OiamJi, . or lerina, temiorv, eu
addresa K. dAMAF"kl A CO, Fubliahers,
177 W. 4th at, Omoionali.
OA DrOjr.-lnfcrlur werlri, ettr aaarllaraiaa.
are beiag pu.brd. fo not Le nii.o.a on.
MS. remain's wora is tall, etuAeritaawa, sad
sdened by lb areas lesser. Ma eetar t
THE VINTON RECORD.
OfTlolal Organ of Vinton County.
Wesley Dilwohth wai a
pAoppr who came irom some
unknown portion of the earth's
surface, and laid himself down
in Vinton township and died,
li was a godsend to some per
son down there that he select
ed that locality to draw his
last breath. In Elk township
the average cost ot burial for
a pauper js not over 115, and
it is the custom to furnish these
unfortunates a decent, respect
able burial in a plain, neat,
substantial, stained and var
nished coffin with bronze han
dle', and, lined 'Inside. We
don't known how they do it in
Vinton but it must Le in mag
nificent style from the bills
they hand in. ..It cost them
147.46 to get Dilworth uuder
the ground, at least that was
the amount of the bill the au
.htriiiai of that township
handed in to the Commission
era and allowed by them at the
session this week. Ii il costs this
m ich to bury a pauper how
much would it cost to bury a
person who was flush ol lundbf
Is there a man in the county
who can afford to die? In view
of the shortness of life, the
sliingency of the, money mar
ket, and the bill before refer.
red to, these become Inter
Uon. Harvey Wells has sold
his interest in the vVellslon
lands lo a Columbus company,
reserving 140 to n lots. The
price paid wb $50,000. We feel
like congratulating Mr. Wells
on his successful management
oi thih enterprise, which many
thought was a foolish under
takiug and would result in his
complete financial ruin. The
result shows him to be a nun
of good business sense and in
domitable enterprise and per
severance. He. has not only
maile a :ood thing for hime!f,
but the purchasers have a good
thing in hand, the sure founda
linn of an enterprising towti U
established and m tny lahoruu
men are then- finding employ,
menl at fair WHges.
Wm West, now of Rltiryyille,
Mo., m remitting his suhscrip
lion to t he Rcord adds:
I would jut (.fid that times
in Noriliw8t Missouri are
brisk at uresrnt Money nlen
ly; prospect for eropB gooJ, and
the hejrl of the Uranger cor
respondingly glad. In Isct the
tanners in this part ol the
country are in a mure prosper
ous condition than lor jeurs
past, and all kinds rf but-inco
looking up. Consequently in
ourgeneral prosperity I will re
member the printer by send
ing yt u inv over-1 te biibscnp
tion. Hoping you may live a
thoii8nnd years, and edit the
Hecokd, I remain respectiull.t
yours, WM. H. WESST.
Abraham V ilber, aged about
90 enr, died, Ht Uaui'leti, on
the 211 lust. Uewasanigno
rant iiiHii, intemperate, and
very content iou8, Hiid was wide
ly known lor this peculiar trait
of character, having, one or
more cases in Court at almost
every term. Ue was possessed
of considerable property atone
lime, but the lawyers got the
bulk of it. A tew years since
be gave his remaining property
to his children, and soon com
menced uit to dispossess them.
We understand the last word
he uttered was a threat to
prosecute two citizens of Uam
den for poisoning him. ' . ' '
The i-tor in ol Sunday night
d'd considerable damage, blow
ing down com and fences and
flooding tottom lands, but we
were fortunate compared with
other localities. At Pittsburg
the rain caum in such torrents
that little branches became
roaring floods, sweeping away
bouses, barns, mills, and hu
man life. ; It is estimated that
250 lives were lost.
Fine tobacco and choice
brauds of cigars at the new pro-
, .!,. ,
I TlBlOa ttOrO.
, Nuts, confectionery, figs, rai
sins at Holland's.
Wk can see, how it could
cost toe "county $47 to bury a
non-resident pauper, but what
was the forty-six cents fort .
Tai sentence ot Dougherty,
the1 Lancaster murderer has
been comrautted by the Gov
ernor to imprisonment for life.
Mi?8. Florincb Stivers, of
Pomeroy, has organized classes
in music at MoArtbur, Zaleski
and Dundas, and is meeting
with good success as a teacher.
Is view ol the cheapness of
coat and the expense of bufial,
as shown in the bill rendered
by Vinton township, cremation
has been suggested as a reme
dy. Mas. Botuwlll contributes
a ery interesting letter on
Vmton county sixty years Ago,
which will be lound on the
first page. She will contribute
anolbtr letter on the same sub
ject stortly perhaps - next
Rev. Dissettk is to speak at
Uamden on the 14ih of Augos'.
The correspondent who pays
his respects to the speech made
here may as well have bis ica'p
in readiness lor the reverend
Mr. J. M. Uye lufoishe's us
the tollowing report ol his bor
ings for coal on the lands ot
Abraham Johnson, near Uam
den: Clay, 12 feet; slate, 54 leet;
rock, 4 leet; coal, 2 leet, 1 in.;
There was a rock which cut the
coal but at this point. About
a quarter of a mile Irom this
place I lound 3 leet, 2 inches ol
EiiMiTr Mills, Snow Flake
Flour at Holland's.
This County Commissioner at
their session this week awarded
the BiimeV Mill bridge to Mar
tin . Mel! rmh und Lvrnxn
Wells at $1,894; the Johnson
hridge in Swan Tp., to O. R.
tie!l, nt $393; and the bri Ige
near Simeon Morgan's to O R.
Bell at $414 The Wort mm
Imdge was examined and ac
dfjiti'd. John Friizee, Thomas
Mcllea and John Doud wer
appointed Infirmary Directors.
The appointments give general
satisfaction and were so much
belter than were anticipated
or announced by rumor thai
there was an expre sinn ol
general approval. The Infi rm
ary is now ready for occupation.
All of our clear hea led, far.
seeing, long-reaching hang-r
on to the county crib, great
and small, are opposed to the
adoption of the proposed con
stitution. We give the fact
the people may draw their own
Transfers of Real Estate.
L-muel 8. Paine to Rohert
R Brown, in-lot No. 175, Uam
Zi It sk i ' Company to John
McMuhon, 4 acres, Madistn
John Liiwler to James O'
Brien, 40 acres, Wilkesvilie
. Sarah. R. Holden etal, to
Douglas Putnam, undivided
part of 202 acres, Madison
-. Henry Clark to Robert Ai
ken, in-lot No. 262, McArthur,
S. S. Dollison to Robert Ai
en part. oi out , lot No. 14, Mc
Arthur, $2 000.
C. C. Miller to J G. Miller,
undivided half of 110 acres.
Wilkesvilie township, $1,140
,M. &C. R R. Co. as re-organized
to Wm. W; Rew, 500
acre?, Brown 'ownship, 7 500.
Cnas...W. Miller ; to Levi
Starr, of an acre, for a road,
Jacltsou township, $10. ...
K H. Moore & J. Welch to
Uenry Ferguson, Jr. 142 88
acres,' Brown township, $5,290
Margaret Bower, et al to L
ander Devore, in lots No. 28 29,
Call and see the goods and
inquire prices and buy your
groceries at the new provision
tore. ... e .
D. R. BRAY.
I Skj Mdilr W fttsaa JtaarwV
David - K. Bray who died at
his late residence in Swan
Tp., on the 24th ult.,at (he age
of 42, is entitled to more thin a
passing notice. The deceased
was a gallant member. ot the
75th 6. V I. entering in Co. I,
of that Regiment in Nov. 1861.
LI is comrades remember him as
one of the i most fearless sol
diers, always chaerful under the
most adverse circumstances.
Sergt. Bray served till January
1865, and was in all of the many
battles his regiment saw. - He
rendered valuable scout duty
at Chancelorville. At Gettys
burg he received a severe
wound irom a piece ot shell,
which, together with his ardu
ous service on the coast of
South Carolina and in the
swamps ot Florida, completely
broke down bis health and fi
nally resulted iu his death by
With; Mr. !,JBray' failing
health' came also a total loss oi
his property. iu a mercantile
enterprise entered into some
time in 1568. : lie leaves little
lo his wile and three little chil
dreu but a name and reputa
tion they may well be proud ol.
;LL4A,, remains were iuterred
at Bethel Chapel, a few hun
dred yards Irom the house iu
which be was born.
' Let bis neighbors and the
good cilizeus ot Vinton re me m
ber David lleilly Bray, one of
their noblest aud best friends,
who now belongs to the proud
list of the Reeds, Enrnhurt,
Foucli, the Witberspoons and a
bust ot others of hia brave comrades.
Samukl R, Bay writes to us
from Hamilton Mo. that Irvin
Brown, second son of George
Brown, formerly ol thisci unty,
died at Hamilton, July 25 h
a ter a short illnets ol congest
ion ot the bowels.
Tiik cheapest and best teac,
cofiees and sugars in the mar
ket at Holland's Provision
At MuArtliur. Ohio. July 37tli, of
consumption, John H. Tomllnson,
n?i'(l 21 years, 8 inonllis and 20
days, step, son of Parker Rankin.
The duceased was a quiet dispn&l
tlonod yonnjr man of excellent habit
and good qtuilltles. ' lie has been en
gaged as a photographer at Athens
for about two years since, until he re
turned some months since stricken by
t'ie rHeae from which he died.
Francis Walker and Elizabeth Ma
eon. . v
George W. Kennedy and Hannah
IlAMS, shouldei s, dried beH,
breakfast bacon anil lard at the
new provision Store.
Flour, per jacK . , .'. S1.60
corn Meal per bush 70
Corn .i .60
Beans 1.7fi2 00
Potatoes 1 .60
Dried Apples lid
Dried Peaches 3.0
Timothy Seed per bush.... 4 00
Onions " .75
Hay Wton 15.0fla20 00
Hams, country .11
sujrar cured. 18
Smoked ide8 10
Pickled rork 8.i0
Cterse " .-ii 20
Tallow . .08
Chickens lire ;.. 15i.2A
Hocking dalt per bbl. 2.15
Sacks ..." 15a25
Vinegar, cider.........:. .40
White Fish 70
Wio Coffee . 30
Tea. . - L00al.2o
Coffee Sugar 12
Yellow C " - .'. h
New Orleans Molasses SOai.OO
Sorgnum " 4U50
Syrup . - 75a.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb .25
Tallow - ......16a20
Soap, country per lb 6h8
Kags ' 2
Coai. per bus ... ... .7
Wool yib .43
riiaoND s, Pbutbgraptier. t'hillicothe
gives careful attention to making enp
tea of other pio'.ures. Piotures may be
made as lame as life from the tiniest
locket picture, and made in every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other piotures eolced in the best
styles in oil, water colors, k!'in, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all eiroum
WILKES VILLE AUD HAMDEN
IWltiti run s haek from WilkesTille to
HamdeA and return every Teeaday, Thora
day. and Helur.tay Sir the arammmodalioa
of ewaaengers. roaktag rloae (aMinrrtioa With
the mail traina on the M. A O. K R, I will
lnn-warVy- etpreae parkagea. ahipfted to or
ford poinU by toe AeHM Bxprw Co.
tepT ' ISAAC MILtSR
S. A. BIOOtHS. J. H. UZIS KM.
llIGGslSS k. IlCa.1L B If,
MANCFACTOBERS OF AND DEA RS IN
ITALIAN o AMERICAN MARBLE,
And all Eindi of Monomenti and
I have just mailu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ces a full stock of all
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof.
fins . and Burial Cases
always oil hand. Wi
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Loonst Street!..
m E, c c- a
The nnder.iifnrd harlns rormed S co-part-De
.Iu ' under the Arm uame of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
- a i
Call the attention ef the publio to their lull
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Vest Guard und OperaVhaine
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
Lakaras and Blorrla' Iaipreved Speeta
elea, FINE UUTLERi GOLD PEN8, AC,
An), every thing kept in a
FIBST CLASS JEWELUT ST0EE,
Wedding ring, aod hair jewelry made to or
der. Kepa ring of watche., olocka. and lewelrjr a
no nnarge tor eoKrafing f ooas mngni ec
for correct time lake it from their ohrono
meter the only one in the city.
Hext Door to Warner Honse, 6fl
Faint Street. Chiliicotne, Onio.
J. 8. McCOMMON,
r o Of)
ph z: -1
W O a m r
" 2 o
S" h 3
O - S
Stoves, Tinware, Glas3 and Queenswarc, Lookj
ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houlor
Furriishing Goods. -
EETA1L DEALER IV
111 Jp:fc! c.?-,.V.i.-v '5 ' ' sf
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTUItES
Of every description. i ,
Grate and Enameled Fronta, itrasa and PoVeeia'Inl
Kelllea, Wooden Ware ot alt Hinds. Manufactmei' V
Tin, Copper and neet Iron f are, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from cuntry dealers. '
tO-SPOTTTTNfJ, E0OFINO AND EEPAIRINO DONE CKkHi
asrSpecial Induoementi offered to those who will boy a full Outfit
for HouseEeeping. "
Call and compare prices before purchasing elwliere. -!' , ,
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper'
In Inrge stock aud (treat variety very
turners without extra charge.
D. M. FEBRY' ?i
Celebrctcd Flower and Garden Seeda.
Assorted varieties of each including everything grown in a flower br regdlab ' '
garden. , . . s
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
received, atSlSSONV . ' 1
m m m . . . s .
Fine Material Used In Manutacturew
PERFECT IN TONE
THE LOWEST PRICE;
A higher recommendation' of theae excellent instruments could hot lrf
desired than tbe numerous testimonials from those who bnve'used them rtni
Hiven them the severuat trials Nothing pan be superior to their light, delicate
tounh, while the qnnlrty is universally admired. Every Valley Gem is not only"
warranted lor Ave years but is guaranteed to glre entlr
satlslacllon orto he returned at our expense. (
rJeod fur illustrated catalogue with musid
D. II. BALDWIN k CO.,
Ddalors in Pianos and Organs, .
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CmCINNATI, O.i ;
A sent for Vinton Contn ;-
. .. Hulbert House, MoArthur O"
irieir would consult ioua
LOOK AT THIS OFFER.
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On ail Stjlea for Cash!
we orrxlt honb but tbe
BEST INI TRL'MENTS MADE',
A '$190 organ ifof.
i 200 ' '
u aao .
600 ' "
MlalMera, Caarekes aaa Sabkath
S ebeeU rarafaaea kt wkeleeeJA rasas.
; High St., tws doors estsf VsVtet,
low; Will trim wall pspsr for my com
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