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J. P. TOWtLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchant tod Farnaoe
meu of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods aod Notions, on terms
the most favorable, lyeptiy
U. J. BOWERS,
Particnlar'atteiiilon given to th treatment
of the1 natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
v TDE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArthur, on
the lit 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
aminations 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
. by law from each applicant
U. K. BAR.sEdtb'n) Hoard of
!J J. 8. IllJUN, School Ex
V r L.'O. FEKL'UE, Cl'k, j aminers.
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
for Iht Belief oii Cure or the Erring and Un
. fortuualeon Prlnciplasof Christian
" " Philanthropy.
1 ' Xmit oi the Errors of Youth, and the foN
' liee of Age, In relation to Marriage and Social
. JCriU, with saaitsiy aid for the afflicted
lent free, la sealed envelope. Address,
' HOWAKQ JU80CUTI0N, Box P, Pl.i'JW!
'. shia. Pa.
; M'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0, F,
' !outi., T1EGUI..AR Meetings ofthliBn
i ; -5r Vtlti:Bmpirieut will hereafter be
ajfy"3f held un the aeraud and laat
,., 'toitr Monday evening, ot each
eaaala. Patriarchs ol oilier encampment
who may be Tuning nut ah ere lovited to
Juhn T. Buns, 8.
MArthur, rVu'r 17. 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
THR-'Chewfr Choice, It now taking the
lead 01 nil other Hraml. Bright in color,
pleasant la tiuie, tough and lasting in chew,
thie tobacco poamea every quality to anil
chewers. and sella by the III pound bucket
T11 II T lua cheaper per pound, I hull any other
brand of Hie Mime grade end i.erhtnn lee
t iihI 11 y . luo liuvkrlH of iliu eeleiirsied hrsnd
have been sold In Chillii-oili alone wilhin
the IhkC iwo month, mi. I trade .till incrrns.
lug. '-Try It" 8CHAKK 4 KKVMKK
Cliillicothe, Ohio, are the Manurac Uirera'
1 agents anil sell at low tt Factor) Prices.
NYE & flAACKEY,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
! "" M, PAINT mUlK'J'.'
In VITE tho attention of merrhnnla and fiir
nno.einen to lh Inrye etot-k ol the above nr
. I ule juni received. , We will sell hi t ie very
, lowtst Sgure to Hie trade. OiUrr solicited
i and tiroiiiplly ntu-niled .0. , Mttl
' , . .lUATWUlCllls
PRINT AND PROSPER
III D JOKES,
ATTOItMiY AT LAW,
WL ESTATE AGENT
SlcArtliur, Vinton C, O.
Bought, SolcUnd Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LANDS.
A BARE CHANCE TO RUT A HOME
rr HE following li.nds' Will he told low on
A reasonable term aa to imvtnent i '
576 ACRES OF LAND
?utriam County, West Va.
.UlUlh 3, MlLi,U OF EA1LR AD
94 Allies From &tate Capital
Cotiiity Road Runs lhroue;h Trace
' riWBFARMINO,lANP WIT? ,
, PLENTY OF HON ORE.
:TkrEl,Uterfld. About tS acre leu red.
J V Good lrme hnum an onl huihlinge.
Tlmbni-aeplar, wnlout,' ok, sub, hickory
;r.- Title Perfect,'
;'" The entire (met or one-hull will be sold
' " lermeftur. Call loon.
Saprim . . ,. H. C. JONjfcS.
'. ; ,
. rtAACREl ol hna timber lend, near the
IZUMAC. K. K. The liniir will more
theii pay for the land II put up in ihp mxrket,
. Titkt perleul. for lull deecnptinn eull upon
or write to H.C. JnNK.
'I Jt4 WTBIN mi"la"ef Ihe-M. A C. B.
Uial TV B The iBrm eontm i arn-a
llPiSl tony acre cleared, fmr improve
7"T ineoia. A good col bunk op-n and
, wdrkfng. 4s feet beet coal. For aa,e cheap,
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watered and aear
'I dle perle.-i.
Will be Mid low. . Mdo
Ji David F, OairU's
i l fctate. '
' fi ? i J i ' ' -, '
.arnrinRi'herehv alven-iBht the no bee rib-
iN ar lia been appointed aod qualified at ad-
ininietrairia ou meesuiie 01 uaviu r. nairu,
lata of Vmtoo county, deceaaed, and that all
pareon iodebted lo Hid eule ere req noted
DateiMretb,18M. - - -
, To sell, dWwol amrnmTttfai Giocmwhl; r
m AUTHPiTATlVB PISTOKY . '
' FARMER'S MOVEMENT
.... . m n 1 ... i ..a
rv j. Kariam, voivor www nuw, mi,n-av.
187. S original portrait; lm other en gra
ving!, awi'hia great work it Lm lm jrrice ad
ilffwf bm fioainnat. aor lerme, wrri.ur, iu.
addreea B. dA NNAF"BU CO., Pubiiihon,
177 W. 4th et, Cincinnati. .
CAUTION. Inferior works, mt Kmjniatitm,
are lieing pushed. Do not be imposed on.
Mr. Permm's work Is lull, aaiAorttntfM, and
r:asdoraSdbf the trMeJaadera. iJfeae etter w.
THE VINTON RECORD
Official Organ of Vinton County.
The Viktov Rbcord newspaper and
job offioe is for sale at a bargain to a
cush buyer. Apply to or address!
JOUN T. KAPER, McArthur, O.
Proceedings of the Vinton
County Republican Convention.
At a meeting of the Repub
lican voters of Yinton county,
held at the Court House last
Saturday, pursuaotto call duly
published, the following named
persou8 were chosen lo repre
sent the county at tte Repub
lican Congressional Convention
to be held at Portsmouth, U.,
Wednesday, August 26, 1874,
at 11 o'clock A. M.
Delegates. U. VV. Coultrap,
Jkmes W. Yeeley, John t
Dunkle, J. W. Delay, W. C.
Clinc, Benj F. Johnson.
. Alternate. B. C. Carraci, J,
N. McLaughlin, Ernst fisher,
A. U. Dowd, Charles Brown,
The following persons were
also chosen to represent the
county at the State Conven
tion to be held at Columbus, O.,
September 2d, 1S74.
Delegate!. Don. Thomas M
Bay, J. N. McLaughlin, Lion
Homer (7. Jones.
Alternate. William Burten.
sliaw, Robert Thompson, J. W.
On motion the delegates
present at each of Ihe conven
lions named, in the event the
delegation is not lull,- are au
thorized 11 nd instructed to cast
1 lie lull vole to which the
county is entitled.
There being no further busi
ness, the meeting then ad
journed sine die.
W. F. FELTON, Ch'n.
J. W. DELAY Sec'y.
, A black cloth vest, double
breasted, entirely new. Ti e
owner can have it by proving
property and paying lor adver
tuing by applying at this office.
ArrLKS, peaches and water
melons have been plemilul
during the past week.
IvanuoE and Lancaster, t AO
famous horses will run a race,
at (Jallipolis, Thursday, Sept.
3J, for a purse ol $1,000.
II on. 11. S. JJundy was re
nominated for Member of Con
gress by tbV'Repubhcan Con
vention at Portsmouth, yester
day. ANllaliau and a Frenchman
have been exhibiting a per
forming bear in our streets to
day. The animal is of the
Brown or Cmamon variety aud
was captured in California
when a cub. , .,,
We understand the Uamdpn
and Waverly Dramatic Associ
ations -. will visit Chillicolbe
next week,' to' witness the pr
iormauce of the Helen D'Esie
trou'pe, and lake items of how
things should be done properly
on' the stage.
Mr. Jour KiKKtNDALL, who
lived near Uamden, was killed
in that village on Saturday last
in consequence ot a tail from
his horse'. - The horse rearu'd up
and going over backwards tell
upon Mr. Kirkendall, causing
injuries which caused his death
in a few hours. . . ..:
t.. r.. i
iuiuiierui Bcruii.uoi ius-
trip, the wita of William Stan--
ton, of Beilin, and daughter of
Richard and Maria Doughty,
will be preached in the M. E.
Church,) in McArthur, next
Sabbath morning .' at 10:30
o'clock by Rev.. W.' H. Scott,
President of the' Ohio'Duiver
' "I ,
Slty. ;!,-; I
r; W'm. McClelland, the, con
du'eior of. the Ztleski Accom
modation, was caught between
("wo cara, which he was coupling
at Vinton Station on Monday,
and bad his shoulder and breast
badly bruised.- " .
Mb. Ii. A, HiOGisa wishes to
rent' 'the' house ' on Main St.
jnow ocoupiedi by him. '!,
! ."Hi! I
Transfers of Real Estate.
' Ztleski Company to Dao.
Will, 4 9 100 teres, Madison
John W. Wilcox to Susan
Lanit, in lot 42,Uamden, f 875.
James Stocks to Jesse Ray,
146 acres, Eagle tp., 14,000.
Jesse Ray to. James .Stocks,
110 acres, Eagle tp., $4,000.
Zaleski Company to William
Warner, 24 00 100 acres, Madi
son tp., $373.50.
Joseph Doddridge to Geo.
W. Sipson, 4 66-100 acres, Elk
James Bowen to N. G. Bow
en, 20 ncres, Vinton I p., $200.
A. G. Fullen and wife to Ma
ry McVey, quit claim, 160
acres, Knox tp., $100.
. Mary McVey to Eleanor Mc
Vey, quit claim, 160 acres,
Knox tp, $250
Win, McVey to Eli Woods,
quit claim, 109 acres, Knox
Eli Woods et al to. Elenor
McVey, quit claim, 160 acres,
Knox tp., $375.
William Bolen to Elias Bo.
len, 6 acres and 77 poles,
Brown tpn $600.
J011N P. DuNkLK has gone to
Ihe City to procure a new stock
ol goods. John,. itVtWms, is
determined not to be excelled
in his line. We can not enu
merate all the nice things
which he will have, but advise
all to go Mid see his stock,
which will be on in a day or
two. The tact that George P,
Will is salesman at '.this estab
lishment, alone should induce
myriads of customers to flock
thither, for George is acquaint
ed with about everybody in the
surrounding country, aud as he
has been in the business of
merchandising ever since he
was an infant, he knows jut I
what the people need and con
sequeutly is sure lo give satis
faction. They have a big sensation in
Philadelphia. Some time ago
a child named C. B. Ross w1s
mysteriously abducted by a
couple of men who took it in
a carriage for a ride. This is
the story of the companion ol
Ihe boy who was with him at
the time. No trace of the child
has yet been had, although de
tectives have been offered large
rewards. Anonymous letters,
offering to restore the child for
a large money consideration,
have been received by the par
ents, who have agreed to pay
it, but still the child does not
come. The Mayor of Philadel
phia now oilers a reward ti
820.000 for the capture of the
abductors of the child and its
restoration to its parents. The
case excites great interest in
In McArthur, 011 the 23d hint., to Mr
and Mrs. John T. Rapor. a daughter.
In lUclilund township, August ,5
1874, Clark Nona, daughter of Alex,
under and Melissa Lewis. .Aged 3
years. 4 rnnnth anil 28 days.
Warrick Thompson aud Minnie
Thomas Kerns and Cynthia Ann
Jerrie Simpson and Sarah E. White
Flour, per sacti .
corn Meal per bush
Beans. ... ,:,
. ; . .
i I'riuu Apnea,,,,
I Dried Peaches .. . 3.'J0
Timothy Seed per bush.... 4.00
Clover ; fJ4 I -1 6.75
Hay ton . ...
Chickens, live ;;.".. v. 4, ;
Hocking Salt per bbl7....V.
Vinegar: elder..:.'...1.,' ...
. . 8.lu
; . i JO
.. ' .20
.. . 2.15
,.l ; 4W
Tea ai, ; y.r...'
Yellow C I.-.
New Orleans Molasses.
Star handles, per lb.
Soap, country per lb
r earners r, , ... T..
(Joai. iver bus
nil ) -ll.il
Mr. JoBk-Pu Black of Camp
Charlotte sowed last fall about
one and a half bushels of
Egyptian wheat on one acre of
ground. Last week he thrashed
the crop and found a yield of
fifty-three and a half bushels
from the acre, a good invest
ment surely. lie harvested in
all about 1,000 bushels of
wbear. Last fall, Mr. Black
purchased from Mr. Kirk of
Washington, C. II, two fine
heifers two years old, and paid
300 for each, also a two year
old bull for $500. lie has now
a fine calf from each heifer.
Tng model honest man' has
been founj at last. He lives
in Johnstown, Pa., found an
umbrella and advertised lor its
Simond's, Photographer, Chillicuthe
gives careful attention to making oop
lea of other pioiures. Pictures may be
made as lurite as life from the tiniest
li-cket picture, and made In every way
satisfactory by careful and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature or
from other pictures colced in Oie best
styles in oil, water colors, wyon, pas
tel or iuk, et rates to suit all circuit).
Probate Court. Vtqton Couity, Ohio,
VTOTICEIi hereby given that William F.
ll Felton, a. giiardnin of Charlea St.ong.
minor child of jrd Ptrona, deceased, baa
hied herein hie aeennnt ailh said minor lor A
niU netilement, and that the name 1m set for
hearing on the 6ih day of Heptemher, next,
(A. D. 1671) at S o'clock, A. M.
H B. MAYO, Probate Judge.
AUgUat 11,1874. 4t
Stale of Ohio, Wnlon Co., as.
Dennett M. Clark, plaintiff,
Cornelius Karns, etal, defendants.
In Vinton County Coutt of Common
J'hat. An Order of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of an Order
of Hale landed flom the Court of Com.
mnn I'lene of Vinton county, and to hie di
roi'lod aa tthertff and Special Mrt'ber Coin
miaainnerol wild ccun 3, I Will onVrtnraale
at Ihe door of the Couit lloui-e, in the town of
McArthur, Vinton oounttr, Ohio, na
Saturday, the 12th Day of Septem
ber, 1874, : . 1
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M of said day, the
following described Inndaand lenemeiiu,, ait
uate in Vinlnn Oonnty, Ohio, and hounded
and dewrlbed a lollowi, lo will The north
half of thn antilh-eat nuarierand the norlh.
enat quarter of the outncat quarter of aeo-
tion thirty-three I Sill townahin twehe.(l2)of
range t-eventeen (11 containing one hundred
and twenty (I2U) aurei more or leaa and tying
ii ml being in Ihe district of landa iubject to
Appraiand at four thcueand and eight hun
dred uollare (14,000) and niuat bnug two
thirda ol ihnt sum.
To be told aa the property of Cornelius
Karns. toealiely an order of nale.iamifd irom
ihe I'ouriof Commun Fleas in lavor ol Ben
net M . I lark.
'IKKMb OF 8Alr.-Cafh.
Cherir) of Vinton County add BjieciKl Maa-
ter 1 ommii-aioner.
J. M. Mci,iLLivaT, Attorney for plaintiff.
August li), IB74. iw
Sheriff's Sale in Parti
tion. Slate of Ohio, Vinton County
W. N. Hartley and wi fe, Plaintlfla,
Johile O. Bolt, et al Defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Commqn
Pleat tint Order oj bale in Par
X 8h1 issued from the Court of Common
Fleas of Vinton County, and to me directed
aa Sheriff of "aid county, I will otter for aide at
me aooroi ine uourt noune, in me town oi
McArthur, Viuton County, Ohio, on
Thuisday, the 17th Cay of Septem
ber, A. U.
afthe hnurofl o'clock, P. M. of aaid day, the
lollowiiigdemtribed lunds aituate in the coun
ty of Vimon and Stale oi Ohio i The wet half
of ihe aoutheaat quarter, and the eat hairof
the anuih-wext qiiurler of section twenty-aev-eu,
townahip ten, in range nineteen, f 19
containing IH0 ai-rea more or lew, and the
weat half of the north-east quarter and the
enat half of the north-west quarter of sfr'tiuu
thirty ri ur,;i4 1 town-hip kmi,.iu range nine
teen, I l!l coiitaiiilng IliU acres, uioie or lees;
containing in all 3fl) acres, more or lea.
. pnrniKed al eix nuunoreu and forty aoi
lara, .f i40 and must bring twp-tairds of that
TERMS or BALK: In hand, balance in
one and twnr years secured by a ortgage on
the premises sold. ,
, . GEORGE KALEB,
t-herll Vinton toiioty.
E. A. BtATToa etal, Attoraeys for Plaintlris.
Augustla. A. I'. Ie74. . ,.. ' . w
OTICE la hereby givedthat pell tion wil
beprexenUd lo IheCommiaaioneraofVin
ton County, Ohio, at their neit regular aes
aion lo be held on the drat Monday ot Keplem-
her A. I isn,prstng tor the eaUDitpmni
of a county road along the foltowir.g described
rouie in swa conniy, to win Deginning at m
point III Ihe center of the county toad lead
ing t aet Jonathan Winters' dwelling nouea,
about thirteen roda west of eaid house,
in Klk township, of Vinton connty,' I'hio,
thence lunnins a north .eaaterlv direction.
the nearest and nest route, through the l-nda
of raid Jonathan Winters snd Mary Rich
mond to a point at nr near Ihe north-west
corner ot a. 1 won ganien, iiienrain.a
eaaterlv direction throtiuh the lauds of sid
K,. I Wolf and Oilman, Ward t:o., south of
the "Water Mill" of arid Gilman, Ward t Co.,
and along the souln una of laniia owned or
Henrietta Wilson and intersection: the Jackaon
aud McArthur red at a point about V feet
south ol Ihe south line or the corporate limns
ofihelnwnof McArthur, in said Klk town
ship, of. Vinton couniy, Ohio, and thereto
Od. WILLIAM e. KtLton,
Prin oipal Petitioner.
July Mth, 1874.
ONE MILLION ACRES
i : .. -or - -' - -
SDlendid Michiffan Lands
Th IM RatmU amd lftHtnm Railmti has been
Brushed aou miles king, and its entire land
Ia Farming- Laada te Aetna! Pettier, far
. JnUivinnaJa ar ve'oa'ca,
SPECIAL BARGAINS fop, 1874
100,000 seres have been sold already. The
lands are web -tianhereH, making the best
kind of tarna. Strong soils d great produc
ing power Easily reached by rail ot water.
Octd Math. Railroad runs thiouga Ihe
grant Michigan is one ol Ihe isaal aadebtadand
neat prosperous States- m the Weal. Its
scaaais are aeavallrd. Its Unsocial stardtng
o 1. Ko dimcnlty in trawspartatlon-. Peace
and roaperaty are in Its borders. Landa from
S4 to S8 per acre. Time suRMent. Interest
Tperoent. . , WH. At HOWARD,
Land Comrpissioner Urand atapina, Mkih.
P. R, PlEKCE.Bce'y Land Department.
DYEKTISEHS send ts cut. lo Ota.
t howiLi Coj it Park Mow, N. T., for
. triMiv tUlMM P.imiklM. ahowin. ami nf aW.
- .-. " r-r - . - -
yertistag. . I .;, ..
H. 4. HIW1N3. ; J. H. bEJMLEIN.
lllGQaHS t UEIXL Elf,
IIANCr"ACTUREE3 OP A5D DEA Rfl IN
And all Kinds of Monuments and
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 anvthintr de-
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS HO It TON,
Corner of High and Loonat Etreetc
The nnderaigned having Cormed a co-part-
nerahi p under the firm name of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call the attention of the publio to their lull
Ladies' and Gent' Gold and
FVsf Guard und OptraChatne
Solid Silver and FlatedWare
Iizarns and itforrls' Improved Specla-
FINE CUTLERS GOLD PENS, 40.,
And every Hung kept in a
riEST CLASS JEWLEY STOEE,
Wedding rings and hair jewelry made to or
der. ) i ' '
Kena ring of watches, clocks, and lewelry a
No charge for engraving goods bought at
their store. t
For correct lime take-il Irom their chrono
meter the only one in the city.
Next Door to Warner House, 66
Faint Street.' Ghillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. MoCOMMOJi,
2e -jo a
wo m ft
K. taj . I-
M-1 " -4
fTQ una ak
aaaai v "
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look
ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houso
J. B. mj-HMi
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
loisfi Miiisli Cob
Crate and Enameled Front. Hrass and Porcelain
Kelllea, Wooden Ware ol all Hind. Manufacturer ol'
Tlii, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for wholesale and. retail
trade. Orders solicited from country deitlera.
JS-SP0UTTNG, ROOFINO AUD EEPAISINQ CHEAPLY
3-Special InducemenU offered to those who will hay v fall Outfl)
for Honselteepinff. ( .
Call and ctimpure prices before purchasing eta where. IGapt
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper
In large stock aud great variety very W. Will trim wall paper for fiy eas-
turners without extracharge. " v
D. M. TERRY'S
Celebra ted Flower and Garden Seeds
Assorted varieties of each inoluding everything grown in a flower or vegetable
Pamts, Oils, White Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just
Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
PERFECT ET TONE
THE LOWEST PRICE,
' A htcher recommendation of those eicnllant lnttnmnnt
rlpairerl than thn nnnipmiia fpallinnniala
given them the severest trials. Nothing' can be superior to their light, delicato
touch, while the quality is universally admired. Every Valley Gem is not "only
warranted for five year but is guaranteed to give entire
gaiiNiaciion or to be returned at nur
bend for illustrated catalogue with mumo. . r
, D. II. BALDWIN k CO.,, :
Dealers in Pianos and Organs, !..,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O.a '
J. lll'MClt, r
Aent for Vinten Coiity, ; :
" ' ' Hulbert House, McArthur O.
IIYOTJ WOULD 00U3TJLT Y0US
INTEREST, ; ,
LOOK AT THIS OFFER.
. 25 PERCENT DISCOUNT
'On nil Styles for Cash!
WE C-rrtR NONE BUT THE
' ' ' ' ' .
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADE.
A flOO'organ for
'u 220 "
. 2 no M
' 400 piano
StH) " "
M 600 " u
Mlnletera Ckarehea aod Sabbat at
(haala faralaked at whateaaJe tatca. .
ftl. K. BAtllVES,
: ; . ' i
High St., Iw doers west af H rtet,
DEALER IN . "
Trnm thnaa who hnu .n,l d,. l