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J. K, TOVVhLL, Portsmouth, Obio,
'' offer 'to the 'Jlerehanie end Furnace
men of Vinloa county, a superior stoak
of Dry Good end Notions, ob terms
the muat favorable. ' lveptiy
H. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
- fflcArtliur, Ohio.
Ftrtteular lluloD (itra to the treatment
f the aetural t th.
Notice to Teachers.
THE BOARD of School Examiners
lor Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in MoArthor, on
the Itt abd 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au
gust and December, In each year. El
imination! 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
ky law from eaoh applicant,
' Mi B. BAB.ES Cb'n ) Board of
J. tt. HUHN, - V School Ex
li.iO.PKUUE, Crk.j ' aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
Tor I ho Relief and Cur of the Erring and Oa
t fortunate on Principle of Chrlatiau
.., , philanthropy,
buy on the Errors of Youth, and th tel.
lioi of Ago, lo relation to Marriage and Social
XtiIi, wjth eauliaiv aid for the efflloted
-Sent fro, la aoalod envelopea'.-. Address,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pluvial
. NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F,
REGUUR Meetings oftfcis Bo.--uatnament
will herealler be
tinur!- Meada evealaare of tack
'jcht-ld on Ih aeeamal muA laat
aaeatk fatrmiv-h ol other encampmente
whunier oa visiting om own ara invited to
Juva T, Rria. 8.
MoArtbur. Frb'y 17. 1870."
The. Favorite Fine-Cut
IHE-'Chewere' Choice, is now taking the
. lead Ol all other Hranris. Bright in color,
fleaaant in Unite, tough and lanting in chew,
his tobaoco poaaeea ererr quality to suit
cbewers. and sella by the 10 pound bucket
fully too cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of (he same grade and ierhi less
quality, 1(XI bucket of this celebrated brand
bate been sold In Chilhcothe alone within
the laat two month, snd Inula .till incrvan.
Ing. "Try It" bCUKrK KUAMKK
Cliillicothe, Uhio, ara the Manufacturers'
agent and sell at lowest Factory Prices,
lolrnar 187.1 ,
rjy E & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
1 67 FAINT ill BET. 1
IVITB the attention of men-hauls and fur
iiaovtneo to the large to-k of the abofe ar
Idea ju.l retteived. Wo will pll at t e ery
lowe at figures to the trade, girders solicited
and rouiitly attvuiied o. . MUl
' that w men IS
PRINT AND PROSPER
h: c. junew,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ,
mi ESTATE AGENT
McArlliiir, Vinton Co, O.
Sought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAOS.
ASA BE CHAM 0 TO BUY A HOME
f HE Mlowing li.nde will be sold low on
A n asonable terms aa to i ment
576 ACRES OF LAND
' -"Lin- -V '
Putnam' County, West Vai
WIXiilK 2J. UrUb Of BAILK Ali
ay' . .. ift. , , - .
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34 Wiles From state Capital
County Road Runs Ihrough Trace
"fidc farminu land with ' j".
PLENTY-OF. HON OSE,
fn. '"! t 1 - ; i ;
WtCLfJ watered. About 25 acres -leared.
Jogd Irwna Tioua a-f bat-buildlnga.'
Timiwr-popiar, walnut, oak, aab, hickory
TW entire Iracl or oae-hatt will be Sold
l ernshirv Call soon. ''
taprl7 ' H. 3. JOftbS."
10AArRK1 01 n3 timber land, meat th
IZUMsC; R. B. , fl he limber will more
than pay tor the laad U pntup ia the market.
Title perfect . For full deeoription eall upon
or write to . ..H.O. JtlNKtt
riTBINUmilrrf thF M.OR
aaaifl f f R
1'he larm contain SO at-rea
I lrey acre cleared iair tniprova.
ueDl. A iiitud eoal'bank Onrnand
or Meg.' 4i feet beat coal. Fur'saia cheap.
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watered and near
I ule perle- t.
Will b sold low. lldee
NOTICE w hereby given that the sabsorlb
r hw been appointed and qualifled asad
mioiatra ni ou Iheeataie oflMmd F. Baird,
lata of Vmtoa county, deoeaaed, and that all
fiaraoas indented to aaid ex tale ara trtufated
' V eall at oeeyand aetJeHheir aseoUuia.
WiIWA tr. HAIKB.
Dated July Stb, 1174.
To ell.ehWat ap yaio,Tii Osonaosf uxioc
hy J. reriaui, cuitor Wm-leru Rural, t .na-age.
Com plate and reliable, arttea ay w n-nnrj,
U74. S nriaiaal portraltat lu other eugra
tiage. awrhia (real work St Am to arte ead
sl"aa tgraianaa'i, or Urma, temiory.etd-
-177 W. 4th st, Uinoinnali.
are beiog puahad. Do not br nnpoio) oa,
Ur. Hamam'a work I nil, mMh., t4
THE VINTON RECORD
T Offlolal Organ of Vinton County.
The Vihtoh Rkmrd newspaper and
job office i for sale at a bargain to a
cosh buyer. Also tbe residence of the
editor, on the corner of South ano Lo
cust streets. Apply to or address
' JOHN T. RAPER, MoArtbur, 0.
The Republican voters of tbe
several counties composing the
Eleventh Congressional, Dis
trict are requested to tend del
egates to the nominating con
vention to te held at the Court
House, ia Portsmouth, nn
Wednesday, August 20,
it 11 o'clock A. M.
The ratio of representation
will ba one delegate lor ech
two hundred votes cast for Gov
ernor Noyes at the last Octo
ber elertion, and one delegate
for each fraction 01' one bun
dred votes or over,
l'his ratio will give the sev
eral count'es the following del
egation, to wit:
Gallia, 11; (locking, 4; Jack
son, 10; Lawrence, 14; Scioto,
12; Vinton, 6. Total, 57-
By order of the Concession
J as. EJarper, Gallia Co.; Wm.
Belts, Luwrence Co; J. VV.
Bannon, Scioto Co ; F. F. Rem
pel, Hocking Co.; A. B. Mona
han, Jackson Co.; Q. 0. Jones,
Thkrk will be a meeting of tbe
Republican voters of Vinton
County, at the Court House, in
Mo Arthur, on Saturday. Au
gust 22, at 4 o'clock, P M. to
appoint six delegates- to the
By order of Rep. Cen. Com.
JOHN T RAPER, Sec'y.
Call and, Bee the goods and
inquire prices and buy your
groceries' at the new provision
store. i u i
Circleville Herald and Union.
, There was an interesting
meeting . of the corpora
tors ol the G., McA. &
C. railroad last Wednesday.
President Reigle says 4 he is
tired of nonsense," and from
this time onward he "means
Tub following is a list of let
ters remaining in the pontoflire
at McArthur. Ohio, August lsl:
Rebecea Buchanan, Susan A
Cowon, John Cassaday, Jo
seph Ewen, Daniel Uall,Lacey.
Hutt, Perry Kinney, George
Loving, Sarah F. Reynolds, W.
P. Stewart, Wm. Wooilard.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
' Tub folio ing is a list of let
ters remaining in thepostoffice
al Ztleskl, August 1st:
, Henry N'Neil, Win. Imhoff
D A. Davis, Mary Cioy, D Y
Benjamin, . Lou. , Peck.- , Jane
Robinson, John Shaw,- Charles
Uullum, Thpma8 P.'Spi'cer, Mrs.
Schuler, Maggie Mitchell, Mar
' ' H
J. G. WILL, P. M.
- There muat be a raisunder
standfng as to Ibe eiffectof tbe
passage of the' "new license
clause of the proposed new con
stitution. Persons who differ
widely in sentiment find them
selves strangely united in fact..
Thus: Henry Reynolds says the
trade' in' whisky1, should be as
tree as the trade in ' flour. , He
is opposed to license. Patrick
O'Keeie, a retail liquor dealer,
says tie pays a tax now to the
general goverpmeot, be don't,
want to pay any niore, and
will vote'against license Many
temperance people who wish to
treslricl the liquor trade are la-
I hiring . shoulder to ; ehouldir
witn toe two classes represent
ed 1 above, against ' license. Il
no license carries some person
is g6ing' to be iooled and the
experience , of the last iweuiy
years shows that it is not tbe
free V, traders , who will be the
At -'Covington,, Ohio,'' ten
years ago, Mrs. R Miller was
bitten severely in the shoulder
by a mad dog - Dog's hair was
iben-placed over tbe wound,
the woman recovered, and has
now ao Itjars, - :s
- A temperance meeting will
be held kt tbe Court Llouse on
The Question of Restricting
the traffic lo intoxicating liq
uors as against free trade, a ill
be fairly discussed.
H. C. JONES, J. M. McGILLIVRAY.
And others will address the
AH persons who favor a bx
form all who are ia lavor of
controling, restricting and fi
nally eradicating the great and
growing evil of intemperance
are invited to attend.
Voters who dedre to vote
intelligently on this grave ques
tion are invited, and the ladies
who feel an interest in this
question, so intimately con
nected w th all our societary
nhtions are especially re
questedto be present.
HORTON'S CORNET BAND WILL BE
To Editor of the Vinton Record.
I am pretty well convinced
of the truth of the doctrine of
total depravity ot human na
ture, and another fact I have
observed growing oat ot this
deplorable state of thingsje,
th it some callings are better
nurseries ot human depravity
than others, and some men that
are pretty Shrewd get to think
they know it all and undertake
to do things and find 'hem
selves whittled oft to a very
small point. Though ' a com
parative stranger I found my
self at a temperance meeting at
McArthur, on the 23d of July,
1874, and saw .A cise of this
kind very forcibly illustrated.
The person referred to may be
the same that wrote the arti
cle in the Record, July 30tb.
That article is a'misrepreseiita
lion from, beginning to end so
far as it referred to tbe princi
ple agent and speaker, Dis
seMe. Tbe latter u a very good
lecturer and I soppoie cut the
writer rather loo closely for his
stomach's sake and his other
infirmities and did not miss
some others of the same craM.
On the Evening referred to by
the writer the audience Was
large and attentive to the last,
adjourning about 10 o'clock,
not a very late hour for this
time of the year. Prof Mills
made some good remarks and
was followed by the Rev. Dis
sette, and so far as I have
heard gave good satisfaction to
the temperance people in at
tendance, and I have not heard
one true man that wa present
say that he wonld vote for li
cense. If the writer of the ar
'icle referred to wan in favor of
license, why nut discuss . tbe
subject fairly and honorably, as
every subject should be dis-cusse.1?
OBSERVER. Tragical Result of an Attempt
at Tarring and Feathering.
' Boston, Aug. 2. A special
from Oak Bluffa lo tbe Adver
tiser says there has been a good
deal of scandal in connection
with a Mr.Vincer,ot Edgarton,
and S. K Eilioti, of Worcester;-1
who have occupied a cottage in
company with two married wo
men belonging to Edgarton.
These men have been threat
ened with a coat of. tar . and
leathers, and Vincer, fearing
trouble, left the Island some
weeks ago.' Last evening a
partyot- men .went to the cot
tage and called out Elliott A
ter some struggle they forced
bim into a wsgon in which, was
a pot of tar and a bag of feath
ers. Elliott -drew-a revolver
and fired twice, tbe second shot
killing Caieb. Smith, a brother
ot i he two women. , The report
of ( the pistol frightened the
horse, which ran away and
threw the whole party frm tbe
wagon.' Elliott escaped and
surrendered himself to tbe au
thorities. Intense excitement
prevails in consequence ol tbe
aflair.';'- ; ' ' - : Vy"
... Tbi price of iron is said to be
rising in the Philadelphia mark.
' D A&isVshouIdei ,dried beef,
breakfast bacon and lard at tbe
new povLuoa store.'
Wi published the proposed
new. Constitution .some time
since, but it was before public
opinion was aroused upon the
subject, and we have reason to
believe that it was considered
dry reading and was neglected.
There is now a demand for the
document, and we re publish it
in the Irotn of an extra. Let
each individual read for himsell
and decide upon its merits with
out regard to any parly feeling
which designing persons seek
to arouse. .The election oc
curs a week from next Tuesday,
the 18th inst.
This is the latest: Two
thieves, well dressed, of course,
enter a jewelry store and open a
conversation with the watch-mak
er. Presently a customer enters.
He wants his watch repaired.
The conversation of the custom r
furnishes tbe rascals with the
number of the watch, the repairs
to be done, and the time it will
be nuished. On the day tha
watch is to be ready, a boy cats
at the jewelry store and presents
an oroer for the watch. As the
order contains a full description
of the watch, and is accompani-
ed by. the money, the jeweler has
no reason to refuse to deliver
tbe article. When tbe owner
calls he is minus a time-piece.
It is a Boston idea.
Thb cheapest and best teas,
coflees and sugars in the mar
ket at Holland's - Provision
Brocaded grenadine is very
fashionable for polonaises and
for overskirts and basques
The designs are rich floriated
devices, and the . handsome
thread lace around the edge
and in a shell jabot from the
throat, down to the edge of the
front. These are very- stylish
over black velvet skirts; and
with the thermometer up near
ly to 100, it is not unusual to
see that combination at fasb
lonable watering places.
It is announced that Mr. and
Mrs. Algernon F. C. Sartor.s
will arrive in this country in Oct.
to attend Miss Sherman's wed
ding, and that a fine suit of
rooms is being prepared for
them in the White House.
Thb ordinary current expenes
of the Government during the
fiscal year ending June 30, ag
gregated 1287.133,871, or $3,
211,372 less tbau during the
Public debt decreases in July,
Another comet is coming.
Fins tobacco and choice
brands of cigars at the new pre ¬
vision store. 1
Flour, per KftCK ...S1.60
tatrn Meal per bush............. .70
Corn ..... .60
Outs ............ '. . ' 43
Wheat ..;.. .....j ....l.OOal.10
Buans ... 1.71103.00
Potatoes ,1 .. 1.50
Dried Aprlei.i ...... V 1.60
Dried Peaches :'t . 8.'W
Timothy Seed per bush.'... 4.00
Clover .. . .... ", 6.7B
Onions , . a .... ,, .76
Hay Wton r 15-00b2OO0
Hams, country:' ; ,."41!i
sujrar cured .." J6
Smoked sides . . .10
Pickled Pork.'.. 8.iQ
r-gf - ju
Butter. : ... 30
Uetse M .30
Tallow i X8
Chickens, live : lSt.2o
Hiking dalt ber btI.... ....... . 3.15
Sacks ......?.; : 16a25
Vinegar, cider -.40
wnim risa.i. ........ 'i-w
Mackerel : .10
ttlo Coffee 30
Coffee Sugar. .'. . UH
Yellow C ." 11
New Orleans Molasses..... .80a 1. 00
Sorghum M ..j.,.. .4050
Syrup .: .;7a.l.00
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow --.vw ... 16a20
Soap, country per lb Ca6
reucDwrs i -....( .'. i....t-ti: v
Com. ir bus. . . ..
Wool f .v ; .48
- liiMoND a, Phutoerapher, Chilliontha
gives careful atteatioo to making enp
les of other clotures. Pictures may be
made as lane aa life from tbe tiniest
licket Dtoture. and made in every wav
aatiaiactorv bv earelul and jddioious
coloring.' Pbotograpbs from nature br
from other pioturea oolced in the best
style in oil, water eolora. vyon, pas
tel or uib, ai raw to suit au siroum
etaneea. . ' ' ' ' I - ' '-
WILOSYILLE AID HAMDES
IWtLTi ma a fcvik from Wilkesnlle to
Hamdea and return ever Taeeday.Thure
day, and Saturday tor the eceommodaMok
er NM.Dmrt. makinR elneei eoanectiea witfc
the mail trains oa the M. A O. B. R I will
i also narry azpreaa paekagea abined fa or
l ton points aj UM aoams sipreaa ihj.
H. A. HIGOINS. - J. Bf.tiElrf KIN.
iiiggIns Jt UEi.t l Ear,
M4SUFACTURER3 UP AND DBA RS IN
1TALIW o AMERICAN MARBLE,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
HERE NOW !
I have just manu
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 onhand. Will
attend' funerals with
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Loonst Streets.
Th nnderaisnad havtnv formed a eo-part-
nerahip under tbe Brm name of
McCOMMOU & EYANS,
Call the attention of the publio to their lull
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Vttt Guard und OperaChatne
Solid Sliver and FlaledWare
Lauru aaa1 norrla Iaaprere4 Speeta
F1MB CUTLER) GOLD PEN8, AO;,
And eTarythiogkeptin a
FIEST CLAS3,JELET STOEE.
Wedding rina and.halr JtArerrj made to or
. Hena-rtns of watches, clocks, and tewalrr a
ho charge for engrating goods bonght at
their store. 1
for correct tims take It from their ehrono
meter the only one in the cltj...
Kext - Door to Warnsr Hone, 6fl
, Faint Strest, ObiUicothe, Ohio. .
j J. 8. MrCOSIMOU,
. f W. 15. K VANS.
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Bst e IrJrti
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Stoves. Tinware. Glass and Queensware Look
ing Glosses, and all kinds of House
d. S. OTHH,
' RETAIL DEALER IN
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
Of every description.
Grates and Enameled Fronts, Drass and Porcelain
Kettles, Wooden Ware ot all Kinds. Manufacturer of
Tin, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for .wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from country dealers.
QTSP0UTTNQ. ROOFING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY.
-Special IaducemenU offered to those who will bar a fall Outfit
Call and cow pure prices before purchasing elsewhere. 10apr
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper
W.UN1HX0W HI AIDES
In krrge stock aud great variety very low. Will trim wall .paper Jc my oai
Winers without eitra charge,
JBMMGGS 4 BMW
D. M. FERRY'S
Celebreted Flower and Garden Seeds.
Assorted varieties of eaoh inoluding everything grown in a flower'ot vegetable ,
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
received, atSlSSON' 1
Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
PERFECT IN TONE
THE LOWEST PRICE.
A h I? her reeommendation rrf rhffna einnllflnl tnatrnmanea -a l '"
' . - -- u uu Hue v v
desired than tbe numerous testimonials from those who have used them N -(riven
them the severest trials. Nothing can be superior to their light, de&acti
touch, while the quality is universally admired. Every Valley Gem isnoi'oftlr 'L''
warranted lor Ore Tears but is tnaranleed tari .n.z
satlslacllon orto be returtied at our
eend lor Ulustratnd cEtUdoxue with mume. i- " X
. ; f D. H. BALDWIN" & GO., ! ; ; -r
: ... Dealers in Pianos and 6rgaai3 :i ' .
158 WESTfOUBTH ST., CINONNATL a.'.'!'. '''
Afrcntfor Vtnldn Vbntf;" L
, ' : Hnlbert House, MeArthuy rj.J '
.. IF YOU WOULD
LOOK AT THIS OFFER.
tH all Sty les Tor Cash t
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WI OrriK KUHX BUT TBI .
CEST INSTRU?aNTS KlADEi
A 1190 irgiii for. ...... . . A . . . . tjib
SOI) " 160
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v-t0 ............ 185
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Seers wtatef Marias,