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J. F. TOW. IX, Portamoatli, Ohio,
flattie) 'to. tie- Verchaata "and Furae
n of Vinton eoanty, a eaperior stock
of Dry Good and Notion, on terma
the stoat favorable! lveptiy
N. J. BOWERS, '
RESIDENT DO 1 1ST,
Pamarelar ittniin gives la lha treatment
saa mrai iain. .
Notice to Teachers.
' THE BOARD of School Exaatinera
for Yiaton County will eet at tha
Unioa School ilouae, in McArthur, on
(1. at' and' 3rd iatardays of If arch,
April, May, September, October and
Kovember; and tha lat Saturday in
J unary, February, Jans, July.Ae.
guat and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. U, Satisfactory etideoce of good
;aoral character will bo required in all
caaea, A fee of 50 eenta ia required
mf law from each applicant -
t- M. R. BAR.nES CVa 1 Board of
"J.StHUUy. V School Ex-
? J U.T& Ki'VJE, Cl'k, ) aminera. .
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
for lb Rtif aad Car t lha Kniagaad Da
. Jartoaaleoa Priaeipiaaef Chriatwa
-Jtaaay m lha Krror of Tooth, aad tha M
hea af age, ia rctatioa I Mania, aad Social
:EwW wila,. aaattaij aid for tha afflicted
Seat 'Crea, ia aealed aavelopa. Addreaa,
.lOWAfcOASftUCUTION, Box P. PL:'mI
aaia. Pa. 'i , - ;
NO. 115.1. 0. O.F.
Itwpeew will bereelter fa
- ' jf aa ttv ariH aaa aas
. MmaKT tfNiw mt emra
aaa. PalnaiHie al Mbcr arwmpanaHM
aMr fa taMiag- am m ire issued Ul
aitaaov pa kuj uub rue , c. P.
Juaa T. It raw, 8.
Ma4rur.ti-r 17. (St. .
nl 8 -Chewera' chow, ia -'bow takine: th
A lead oi all nther Brand. Bngbl ta color,
pleaeaat ia taste, louan and laeiinr, ia chew,
Una tobacco poee etery ojiiasuy to anil
rbewer. aad sell by Ihe Ml pound bucket
ally We cheaper Vr aooad, Ihaa any oitier
raad of lb Mm grade aad pertno lee
ualuy. - luo bot-krt of (hi celetuaied brol
as it mM ia rbillirothe alum wilbin
l UM io nuoih. and inula Mill larrra.
"Try II" feCU JKEK 4 EKAMKK
tillieolhe, Ohio, aro tha Unaufortiirer'
. jat aad acll at loawt Kactor) Price.
AIYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
07 FJ1ST &7BET.
faVITKlheaUcatioa of merrhaal ad nir
aaernwa to th laix lo-k of I he abot ar
tmtfu rareirol. We a ill wll al t ery
, M burea I lb trail. UiiWra aulHrilrd
aad promptly atimied o. t!Ul
. TUATWU1CU IS
PRINT AND PB0SPER
,,aTTORET AT UtW.
RE L ESTATE AGENT
ncirtbnr, Vinton C. O.
REAL EST 1TE'
Bocghti Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BAE3AIN3 IN LA5TD3
A BASE CHAB C TO BUY A H03CB
rt'BB fcllowin liad Bill be ola lowoa
A naaoaablatenaeaa ioMimeat:
576 ACEES OF LAND
.; .... -m -
t ' at
utiiam County, West Va.
ri2MlLU5 0fEAlL& Al;
i4JHllei Frm State Capital
Touty Sotd uu lhrotu?k Tnet
PINK PARMINU U'D WITH
PLENTY OF HON ORE.
ELL amteVed.' tbaotfeaei -leared.
Ood Irant hoa bi out baildiBca.
b aoatar. a-aloot. oak. ab. butkorf
: Title Perfect.
Thai enUr Irae. or oaa-aall will be aold
" 1 rrm bur. CtQ ooa.
;taprlt ' B. C JOMfcS.
A''.- " -.:!.'-
fiAACRll et eae timber bad, aear me
ZUm C. R. R. Tb uaiber !
oi pa ar the land II put uu ia lb nwraet,
.Mm peraraa. Forfull daacnpuoa oil npoa
JtTTTBIN Xnil b K.4CI
funl 1 T it Tb farm eoatain W acuta
I tortT acres cleared. Fair improT-
' aiaouv- a koud coal baak ooeaaad
araioK. , Iret best coaL .Per taia cbea.
130 Aeret ia Eajruoa Townahip,
GOOD bmbar lead, sell watered aad aeai
Dr. David F. Oaird's
JCTP?CKai hereby aiea that tha aaberib-
A.lc aaa aaea appoiaiea aaa qoanoea aeaa
BaiaaMra'nx a Ihsesaiia ol Land f. baird,
lata at TaMoa eouaty. dec tsar a. aad that all
woreoa ladeated to aaid eatalo ar reojmalad
M call at .oaoa a4 um" aeroaai.
T Mil, dral It T iGionm ku; or
V THK AlJlEiORlTATlYE EISTURI '
L i itii J or ibb i - 1
Oempteteaari reliable. naaj JW
a rmaaj portrait iw mun rm fifr-
awrhj rU wetk u.iK.jarwad
I aHMSaadi. - rr lerai, territory, u.
aoire iv. aiitpiiv(ui4nnaKm
IP W. 41 h Oiaeioaati.
OA OT'iOJ'.-lafcnur aorta, ease eaasalaaaaa,
r hatag pohed. Ha oa te iaa-d .
Mr. Pwrpaa work ia tall, aafai aad
aadiiai4 a ia area inaairv Mm mtm- .
THE VINTON RECORD
Oftelal Organ f Vinton Coaaty.
The Yuma Rjmxbd newepiper and
job offica ia for aala at a bargain to a
eaah buyer. Alao. tha residence of tha
editor, on tha corner of South ana Lo
cust atreeta. Apply to or addreei
JOHN T. RAPER, UeArthnr, O.
The Repablicaa votera ol the
Beyeral counties composing the
Eleventh Congressional Dii
trit are requested to send del
egated to the nominating con
vention to be held at the Court
Iliume, in Portsnlotitb, on
Wednesday, August 20,
at 11 o'clock A. U
The ratio ot representation
will be one delegate lor eweb
two hundred voles cast for Gov
ernor Noyes at the last Ocio
ber election, and one delegate
lor each 'iraci ion ot one bun
dred votes or over.
This ratio wilt give the sev
eral couul'es tlie following del
egation, to wit:
Gallia, 11; llockme, 4; Jack
son, 10; Lawrence, 14; Scioto,
12;Vinlon, 6. Total, 57
By order 01 thf Congression
J as. Harper, Gallia Co.; Wm.
Betis,4 Lawrence . C; J. W.
Banno'n, Scioto Co ; F. F. Rem
pel, Hocking C04 A. B Mona
hn, Jackson Co.; U. C. Jones,
Tdkrk will be atoieet ins of Ihe
Republican voters of Vinton
County, at the Court House, in
McAethus, n Saturday. Ar-
ocst 22, at 4 o'clock, t M. to
appmut sx dtfieates to the
Delegates totheStaifl Con-
vention to be held at CoIuti-
liii?, September 21, will also lie
chosen. Vinton county is en
titled to3 delegates
By order of Rp Cen. Com.
JOHN T. RAPER, Sec'y.
Official Vote of Vinton County.
For New Couotilution...... 208
For Minority Represents 167
Aeainst u . 1,792
F t Railroad Aid 207
Against M 1.784
For License 712
Total vot" raft 2,036.
05 Siiurday evening last
there was a very in eres iiip
debale on the qties ion be
tWfen Hon. II. U. Jon s and
W publish the above as a
specimen of the reliability of
the Enquirer. No such debate
came off. This, however, i
about as near to the truth as
the average of the Enquirer's
Tub learn attached to Bar-
net's hack, while 'standing in
iront of the Uulbert Uoue,
Mailing to be loaded, became
frightened at something and
ran away at a turious rate down
Main stnel, turning when I hex
came to Ihe corner of Bounda
ry Alley and upsetting shortly
after they had mule Ihe turn
making an almost total wreck.
The wheels aud horses, we be
lieve, are About all that went
through without damage. Los,
Tbk following named person
received certificates at the ex-
tmination held July 4h, 1874:
lor IS Monlht. Mattie Mc-
Maniruee and LMe Both well,.
lor 12 Montht Annie
RicKej, Emma. . Alaca, JJarv
Uadion, Ditha Hudson and
Thomas Kelley. -
For 6 MontA$.-Jehie Vance
and Maggie Cooper. -
At the examination held
For 18 Months. Julia Curry
and Lillian Howard.
' Fori Jfo-13ia Li
gett,' George Colyille, Wm.
Wescoat, Rebecca Trimmer
and Minnie Bothwell.. -'
For 6 Month Mary P.
Denny, Uuldah Carr, Susau
Levis, Cora Wells, Esther
Wells, Uattie Carr, Mellie
Hughes, Alice Vowell, J O
Dana Cozad, Anna Galbrealh
and Slhe Filciier. . 1
Enquirer. L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
; : Not a glet c:ab tne police
man's.' Wa will eeod lha Kec.rd and tha
Cineiaaali (aaaaoa to anbacribara om
Enquirer. L. O. PERDUE, Clerk. For the Vinton Record.
. ,. , ,
The following letter was re
ceived last week too lite for
There .are", now about one
hundred and lorty men at work
in the machine shops on six
hour's time. - The report Is that
they will be put on eight hoars
lime next Monday.
, The Ztleaki Company has
about sixty hauds employed in
the mines . at this place and
Coilmont. They mine about
six thousand bushels of coal
per day on an average.
A Presbyterian church has
been organised in our town.
They .worship in a hall fitted
up in the rearot Mr. Robison's
Jtore. Rev. J. A. Pulx is their
The Melholfsts recently
omitted f ervicesin their church
a tew Sabbalbs for lear the
building would fall down, but
have commenced worshiping
there again.' Many have con
sidered the building unsafe for
a long time. Three years ago
one end of it blew out. It was
repaired and has been used
ever Since. About a month
ago while the janitor was ring
ing the 'bell, a large piece 0
plastering lell and broke a hole
through the floor. . Many con
sidered this an additional rea
son for cousideiing the build
ing unsafe, and a committee
was appointed to look into the
matter. They found lhat each
ot the two side walls had
6prung outward about three
inches and they had no best
tancy,in pronouncing the
building dangerous. Notwith
standing tbis fact services have
bee.n resumed as already stated.
Sooie persons who seem to
know say bat the building is
entirely Sie nd we hope they
are right. bV'ore that" sad dis
aster occurred in Syracuse the
people were also divideJ in
their opinions a t the ifel'
of their building aud the truth
was not reached until 1 he
church fell and killed several
persons. The writer believe
in being on the safe ' ride, and
does not like, to risk his neck
in the hnuKe. .
On Sa'urrfay evening the
Board of Education employed
their teachers for the coming
It is a very unpleasant Fact
lhat we have a great deal of
ague in our midst This could
not be otherwise, for the im
pure water in the pond at the
depot alone is sumrient to
makes large city shake"
Since our village is not incor
pnrated, it is useless Tor any
one 10 attempt to rid the town
of this nuisance. We honest
ly believe, however, that th
doctor bills which have been
occasioned by this body of im
pure water during the ptst tn
vearb would be sufficient to
remove ihe evil. We hope to
see our village incorporated
so that meisures maybe ta
ken to improve the sanltaiy
condition of our town when
ver there is an occasion for it
Our town will then become
more attractive and it will be
a benefit to our citizens in a
pecuniary point ot view. '
Flonr. per sac. .
corn Meal per bush
Braaa . .......,....'.1.758100
Dried Ares 1JW
Dried Peaches S.'i0
Tiinotby jjeed per bosh ..... 4-00
Clover ' - 6.7JI
Onions .... IM
Hay Vtnn UXOaSO OO
- c aarar cured.
Shoulders' .. .....
Hocking Salt per bbl.,
Whit, t lab ..i......
Tea .w. r ' ... T.7
Coffee 8ngaf..,. ......
Yellow C- i
New Orleans Molasses
a. .a r.v V . 3
Star ( sndles, per lb...
Soap, country per lb.
I'Aaj. ur bus
"Toaii" smoking lr'on ihe
increase! Wheeling alone,
the last six months has turned
out 18,000,000 . of them. Th
Is trettr near as bad as the
whisky business. . It is a won
der there has, not ,been a ''crd
sade" set in -motion against
in MCArthor, on the 8th (net to
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Murray, a son.
Weight 10 pounds. - U ' -
Anthony Thompson andJane LeU.
William Reed and Sarah Butter.
Gabriel Burns and Melissa Loving.
LevlTatman and Nancy Eicbor.
George McGhee and Virginia Webb.
John Mi Qiiade and Mary Ziffle.
Jaaper F. Ilarden and Mary 1. Grit-
John Grubb and Inabell Ann Alfen.
Simond , fholorapher, C'hilliouthe
girea oaraful atintioa to making cop
ies 01 inner promrea. ricxurea may D
made a lurite aa life from tbs tiniest
h'eket picture, and made in Sfery way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
colorinx Photograph, from nature or
(rum other pictures eoiced in the best
etyles in oil, water colors, vyoo, pas
tel or lus, at rutea to sun ail tsirouin-
Probata Court. Vinton Coui ty, Ohio.
VTOTICE Is hereby giteo lhat Willi urn P.
11 Felloo. aa miardixn of Cnarlea St.om.
minor rhilil ot Janrd Htron. deoeased. has
hied herein hia ansnont with aaid minor Inr I-
aal ettlement anl lhat th same i set for
hearlna on the 51 h ila of September, next.
(A. l. .7i) at I o'i'luck, AtM.
n d. baiu, froixue junge.
Aaeost 11, 17. 41
Stale of OMo, Ititon Co.j ss.
Bennett M. Clark, plaintiff,
Cornelius Earns, etal, defendants,.
In Vinton Cuiinty Couit of Common
rum. An urder oj bait.
PURSUANT to the command of in Oriler
of Hale iMned flora th Court of Com
mon Pleas Tif Vinton county, trad to me dl-
rented aa Hhenff and Bpeeiai Mnnter Coin
miiaionerol aaid eoua v 1 Will ottrtorssle
at Ihe door of theConil Hoiie,in me town of
HeArthurv VidIoo countr, Ohio, oo
Saturday, the 12th Day of Septem
ber, 187t,; . . .
at lha hoar of 1 o'clock P. M of said ciar. Ihe
rollnwiaR deioribed lands and tenement, ait
ule in Vinton l ooolir. Ohio, ni houndrd
and d.enbel ar lullost, to wil: Thenorlh
half of tha eoulh-eaKl auarierand the north-
eaat quarter of Ihe -onlh-sest qimitf r of o
Hon Itiiriv-iliree IKI towwhin twelve. (Ix) of
ramie ie?enteen (17) ronUinioa one humlreil
and twenty (liAi) w-tet more or less and lying
,,,nd being in Ihe distrk-t of lands tuhjtx-t to
sale atChillicotha. Ohio.
ApprK'snd st lour thco-snd and eighl hnn
drd ool.'rs it4.uu) aud Diuat bmiK two
third, oi thni .'ora.
To be sold as the properly of Cornellu"
Ksrns. losslimjr su Tder oral, issued irom
the roartof Coinmno .ls In laror ol Ben
oel M i laik.
TtHMa vt 8A1 rh. ' ' '.
OEOBOE HIEB, ,
bheriDof VintoaCuuuts aud fcpH-'lal A1"',.
ler t ommi. sinner.
J. M. Bi.itii.i.irasft Attorney &r plaioi!"-,.
' Auitust 13, ib74. .. Sw
Slieriff's Sale in Partition.-1
' ( vf
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County
. W. V. Banter and at fe, Plaintifls, -anaissT
Johile 0 Boss, etal Defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat First Order of Sale in Par
PV RSTM NT to the command of n Order or
Sale issued from the Court of Common
eless of Vinton County, snd to me directed
as bhonA of said county, I will otter foi sale si
ine.iouroi tne court House, in in town oi
HcArthur, Vintoo Couulr, Ohio, on , .
Tinuiday, the 17th Day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1874.
at tb hoar oft o'clock , P. It. of said day, Ihe
lullowing deai-nned lands situate m me couu
ITofVimonsndHutaoi Ohio: The wet hull
of ihe soHh-easl quarter, snd the emit hull if
Ihs souih-weet quarter of section twenty-seT-en.
x7J ionhip ten, ln range nineb en. 19
containing lis) at'res more or lew. and ihf
west nslf nf Ihe north-eant quarter and the
enal half nf Ihe north. we- qimrter of sa lmn
thirty t. ur, .if towa-mp leo, ii. rsnae i.lua
teen, I IVI pnnbKiiliiK 1 Ml acres, mole or leas;
coDiaimnc ia all 3ai acres, mora or lesa.
kppried al hx miun.'red aad forty dol
lans .tii4U and must bnng two-lnirds ollbat
TCRXSOPSALE: K Id hand, bslaoca in
one and two yeare secured by aorlKsKoon
Ui premise sold.
bht-r tt Viniou County.
. A. Bsirros atal. Attorney. for PlainuB
August 13. A. 1. 174. . 6w
OT1CE Is hereby giTd that pennon wil
t hei BnbBti ri to the CommiiHiioners of Vin
ton Counts. Ohio, st their Beit reonlarse
ton to be held on the Brat Monday ol Septem-
ber A. I H7. prerina lor tha mw ni
of eiinnly road aloeg the fcilwn.vdcnld
route in aaia awwasy, io win Denipu.i. -point
i Ihe center of th county toad lean
inr I art Jooathaa Wiatem dwll ho,
about iniMM rode west of said bouse,
in fclk lownshin. of Viatoa ecantf, Ohio,
tbeocw tannina a aorth .easterly direction,
the aeaseet and beet ronte, Ibroagli the hnda
of. .aid Jooathaa Winter and Mry Kleh
mond to a point st or aear the nortbvsest
earner of B. o. Woir csnleo. tbeacainan
easterly direction through lha lands of Mid
K I" Wolf and Milmau, Ward A l:o.. aoalh ot
thd"WorliH" of aaidGilroa. Ward Co.,
and iong th aoutn bn of lanu oaed by
beaneu Wilsoa apd intersecting she Jacksoo
and HeArtburxOMl a a paint abal Wfeet
eouth ot the south lio of th corporate limits
ofihalnwaof BscArwiur.i ea aaid Hi k town
ship, of Tieloa' eoiiniT, Ohio, and1 there to
d7 WILLIAM P. PULTON,
'"i- Pnaeipal Pfiiuoaas.
1 Joly 40th. 1874. '"
jdN& lk?dkjLJ 'afUiS ria:
Splendid Michigan Lands
Th 6nW BaMds d fadiaaa Awi&wad has bean
Bushed sou miles lung, aad ila enlira land
grant aaraedl ...
Ia Fanala lauida ta Aetwal Settler, far
, . ladividaala ar VMsim,
SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874.
1 00.000 sere have a, aold already. Tha-
lead ar well bmbereeV makiaa the' beat
kiail of brms. Slronx soils ol great produc
ing power - fanny featbedby rail ot water.
6oJ - Railroad runs Ihiouvh 4 he
treat MirbleaB-n. ooeoltbt1 i4iladaBd
e oat pro.rous K lutes la tb West, . Ha
afcuifc are aamMltei. It Bnanewl alaedfng
a I. No dimcolly ia IraaeportaMo. Pra
and prosperity ar ta ila borders. Lands from
14 JS par aora.. Time. ettftVien. Intereat
7 per ceo t. -. M. A. IlOWAJUs,
. Laad Oowimnaaoaer 'irod a!, Mad.J
P. K, PlKRCK.aeo'y4aMl Ueruueat,.,.!
I .A kowu A Oo., 41 Park How, M. T., for
I Ummt AVbty-Tw Jk-ay, hMluigdoaMlarf
t varfaHBS- . ,ul:ji;?.' c f-a
MAFACTUnVEsi OyAIlf DIU 7 is IS
ITALLVN AMEBICAN MARBLE,
!.: f'l.i. ;.,i.-Jt . ,..ii.j
And all linds'of Honnmenii1 and
' , ' Tombstones, ' ,.; ",; '
. ;-f'u 1
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri-
cesrafuU 4tbClt;qf ; all
kinds of. ...
i , t -.f ! ri 'i ' '
u j,.i J J...1 j ... ji
suited, to .tills market.
I will: manufacture
to order anvthinsr de-
.'. i : : i '. ' t. . i. j . . .
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always onhand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired,
PARIS II II R TO !Y,
Corner of High and Locust Street:
r" n a
a : "T fc
The nndersigned having 'ormed a oo-psrt-
ai-hi p undei lb firm name of
McCOMMON & EYAKS,
Call the attention of Ihe publio to their lull
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Solid Silver antt PlaledWare
... i i
Lamaraa aad Marria' IaiproTed 8peeta.
riMKCOTLEBi GOLD' PENS, AO.,
And everything kept in a
PIEST CJl&Z JELBT STOEE,
WedJinif riBc and bair iewelrr made to or.
ler. . V '
HepA'Tlffi of watches, clocks, aad tewelrv a
No charge for esrraring goods bought St
their store. '
For correct time take It from their ehrono
meter lha only ooein the oily.
Next Door to Warner House, 56
Paint Street. Chillicothe, Ohio. "
J. 8. MeCOMMON,
Ti 5 -, w n
i .. ca
b-l m Si
frt jl a. It
flaw -f '
.Cwe. T,'.,... flloe
. , ing Glasses, and all kinds of Jiouso :i f
(! a i ' V -!. Furnishing.' Goods :: , f:i '
LAMPS AND LA
... - -".; ; V ' 1 , . .
Crate and Enameled Front. Brass and Porcelain!,
Kltleti, Wooden Ware ot all Kind. Manufacturer of
Tin, Copper and heet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
traae. uraer. solicited irom country denier.
I-SP0UTTN0, EOOFINO AND EEPAiRlNQ llONE CHEAPLY.
l9Special Inducements offered
Call and compare prioes befiire finrchnilnp elu.whors.
Lai La Ui
v :. ; ... . And" Cloth, Canvass and Paper ' '
WuNBJiW S 53 ABES-
. - . .. , .
In Wpe .lock tud great variety very low. Will trim wall prspcr for ray en.
tomers without extra charge. '
' AND '
I). 1L FEH RY 'S;
Celebrrted Flower and Carden Seeds
As.orted varieties of each Including everything grown in a flower or vesr.tabW
Paints; Oils, White Lead, Voi5
Irishes and Brushes just
- received, atSISON' . " -
Fine Material Used
PEBFECT DT TONE AND CONSTRUCTION,
THE LOWEST PRICE,
A hicher recommendiitinn of thene
desired than tbo numerous testimonials from those who have osed them and"
(tiven them the severest trials. Nothing can be superior to their light, delioatrf
touch, While the qualify is universally admired. Every VaUey Gem is'not onlr
warranted for Ave years but is guaranteed to rive entire?
satisfaction or to be returned at our expense.
pend tor illustrated catalogue with musio. , .
D H. B A LD WIN CO.,
Dealers in Pianos and Organs
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0
t Aprentfur Vinton Conty, :'
' . HulbertHoua,MoArthur 6 '
IP TOD .WOULD
. LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
125 iPEB CENT DISC0UMT
; -....;. .. .
' On all Styles for Cash ! :
WE OFFER NONK BUT THE
best Instruments mm
EVERYOXE WARRAXTD 5 IEABS
. t V J t
A $100 organ for. .
r. 200 44
. 220 f u
f 4X0 piano -
60 : .
600 " " M
, MUasura, Cbarche and Fabkwta
ka'abfaradakesl at wkaleaale rate.
fi'igb 8t la door
1 A I
AJ Aneaeisee.... T al..
to those who will bay a fall Outfi?
LrUl U Lsi
excellent instrnmant ,'A t i
i .. ... Zy
of Var'tatw -. '
.... ivi.I.. tfina C-A