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.SPECIAL NOTICESr
, J. K. TUWtLL, rVumouth, Ohio,
offer to the ilercbshU and Furnace
meu of Vinton county, a luperior stock
of Dry Qooda and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. Ivepuy
resident DiTusr,
JtlcArtlitir, Ohio.
' Particular atteutio given to th treatment
Hi
Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in McArtbur, on
' the 1st and 3rd Saturdays 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
.eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Jby law from eaoh applicant
41. K. HAK.'ES tli'n I Hoard or
.J.S. HUUN, f .School Ex-
If. O.PKltL'UE, Cl'k.i antiners.
iloward Sanitary Aid Association.
,
er the Relief and Cure ol the Erring and Da
fortuuateou Principles of Christian
' rnilaniliropy.
Saaaya on the Krrora of Youth, and the fol
4ia T Are, la relation to Harringe anil Social
""ih aaiiitaiy aid for the afflicted
lent free. Aa aealeJ envelope. AdUresk
ttJWAUD AifliXJUTlON, Box P, Fb'tual
phi. Pa.
MAR1M ENCAMPMENT
WO. 115, 1. Oa 0- F.
L 'Htni)ii)eu( will nerHtir rw
I.I . si.. I - ls
-rm.- iimnuHy VI VIKI
inth. HttCriHrx'hit m oilier iihhhi'iii-ih
wu iiiit vo iitfiiiiM vim Amu mm invncnw
tlend. PA Ktb HUKTON , G. .
Julia T. Ram, 8.
McArthur, J-Vli'v 17, 1870. '
The Favorite Fine-Cut
rHE'H;ht-wern'i hon e, Is now inking the
X lead o. hII other Hramln. bright In color,
pleasant in laeie, touiili and laMing tat-liew,
thia totmccn poio.paei every quiilily In unit
chuwere, and eelle tiy the III pound bucket
fully luo uhaaper per pound, lhau any other
brand of Ihe tame grade hiiiI i.tTrnii. lean
quality, lull bucket of thia releiu Hied rrnl
ihave Keen aold in Chillicothe alone within
ithe. but two months, and trail till inereaa.
Ing. 'Try It" BCHJJKhEll 4 KltAMKK
, Ulullrcoihe, Ohio, are the AlHnufucdirera'
.agent, auil eell at lowtat Kautury Prices.
may ls74
.QUEblNHWARE
WYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PA1ST yiltET.
CII1LL1COTIIE, OHIO,
J aVlTElho attention nfmeri'hnnta and fur
JLiiHOeinen to llm lurge l k ol Hie above sr
uleajunl received. vVo will aell at t p very
Jowf at fig lie In ll.e traile. Oicitr. aoln-tteil
.Uil prompt y ultemiid o. il.ul
'111 A I WHICH IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING.
TEIET AND PROSPER
AT I'OII At V AT l-AW.
REL ESTATE AGENT
AlcArluur, Vinton C, O.
is & A' l"T is'r l T E '
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAED3
A BABE CHAMP TOJBTJI A HOME
'THE following h.ndn wilt be fold low oa
L naaoniible lenna a to iHtmenl i
a76 ACRES OF LAND
I.N
atnam County, West Va,
i liilH 2)8 AULj-IS 01' EAlLE . Ai
--4 Miles From Mate Capital
aunty Road Runs Through Trace
'FINE FARM1M. LAND WITH
LENTY OF I9CN ORE.
i
, IT ELL watered. About 2S anre leareil.
V Good Iraine houa err' out bui I'll ngx
inber poplar, waluut, oak, ash, hickory
. . .d locuat. '
;,' Title Perfect.
The entire trnpt or ona-ball will be aold
SHF l.o. ,
termafair. Callaoon.
j.prlti7 , H. C. JOWHS.
OAACREi ot hne timber land, near Ihe
UM AC. R. R. 'Ihe timber will more
in pay for the land il put up id the market,
.tie perfect. For lull dttacriiilion call upon
r write to - fl.O, JoNKit.
M WITHIN Smite pf M lc. r
II K The larm contain Hi aerei
tony acrea cleared, lair improve
menta. A itond coal bank opto anil
orktDg. 4i feet beet coal. Fur aa e cheap.
i20 Acres In Harrison Township,
itOtiU limber land, well watered and near
JTthe railroad.
1 itle perle.-l.
Willbt aold low. )8deo
B.O.JDMUI.
Df. David F. Daird'
atstate.
NOHCEie hereby Riven that the aubaorib
er haa been appointed and qualified a ad
miniatM'nx ou theeatate ol bavid h. Haird.
late of Vinton county, deceaaed. and that all
peraon indented to aald eautte are rnjiitaUU
to call at ooca and settle their aceounia.
JULIA l. HAiKD.
Dated Jul r 6th, 1874.
AGENTS WANTEDI
To sell, a!uYial to eaanHn,Taa OaoDNoawiLi; or
' THE AUlHOKllATlVE H1BI0K
OF 'J UK
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By i. Periam, euitor Weeierii liural, i.sk-aiio.
Complete and reliable, Ifrtoa up u Jmrnmrf,
1S74. S "HKlhal portraita; lou other eiira
f inia. ataT Thia great work la law la f riea and
W.im t IkomctuU. .or term., termor), eu
add raw K. rf ANNAF'Hl CO., Publiahcra,
177 W. 4th at, Cincinnati.
OA VTIOS. Inferior worlra, r oomfiloHom,
arelKing puahed. P ooi be- impoaed en.
Mr. Parnam'a work ta tall, iUord.i4, and
f eeraed v rha rat Isaders. Mm fMr W
THE VINTON RECORD
Offlolsl Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOU SALE.
Tbs Vinton RaooftD newspaper and
job office is for sale at a bargain to a
cash buyer. Apply to or address
JOHN'T. BAPER, MoArthur, 0.
Tub weather is drv.
Sciiool commences on Mod
day, September 28ih.
Don't forget the Yearly
Meeting, at Jackson, Sept em
ber 17 th.
Tub Democratic Stale Con
vention endorses license. Vin
ton county pave 559 inaiority
against it.
Mr. and Mrs. IVm. Gold.
Ieve to.rtav on their trip to
Sedalia, Mo. They will be
gone about ix wpka.
Som8 malicioua person or
persons, daubed some tar on
Mrs. Wisenbereer' hcuse last
Saturday
..
Thk liandn at the Zileokl
ehopa have pone to work thin
morninjr, fn anme vacanl bnild'
Inns belonging to ihe R. I?,
Oompanv.
Trutracted nieetlnsrs have
Itpen held at the MeArthnr
Uliristian Church during: the
pst week. Three have been
immersed Hnd joined the
cliurrii.
District Court haa been in
ret-sion the past week. Nearly
the enliie ducket has been (lis
poseil ol. We will give a lull
report ot the proceedings utxl
wet.-k.
- A Oiun rjK was organized at
Center School House in Vin-
ion township, wilh 29 mem
bers. Ulster, Leonard Ar
l)Htili; Secrt-titry, Mi DohhM
E i.v.Ii is called Vinton Grange.
Mr James TtDauw, who has
been working in the coal work
oi W. & J. Uv.1.1, h id hi rinhf
lec broken below the kn. e. by
tlio falline ol a piece of sliHle
Inim the roof ol ihe bank pro
ducing a compound Intel ure,
Dr. C..W. Runnells, wa called
Hnd perlorm- d the operation of
seitiug and dressing; ihe limb.
Who u'b wumen ought nm
'to vote, thai Ihe.v ran not fill
iiifn's plncei-elc We saw this
tnoruiiif, one ol our most ac
complixhed lndirn, Mrs. Mnry
J French, cutting weeds wit'i
a icy l he, on North streer. She
swung the instrument with the
gTitce becoming; a voter in in
he art. We move she be run
tor supervisor nt Xl term.
Tub Coitimissi'iners have
!een in 8 ssion the pnst week.
A number of accounts have
been acted upon.
Iheroxd petition ol Mirtin
Dully and others wis dismissed,
ibe viewers having reported
unfavorable.
A view was granted on the
road petition ol Wni. F. Felton
and others. ' :
Wit learn that the Ztleski
Union Schools commenced on
Tuesday last, the 1st ins'., un
der the superinteiidancw of C
L White, assisted by Ihe follow
ing ii imrd teachers:
Thomas Fletcher, Intermedi
ate; Miss Mattie McMnnimee,
Trimary Depurlnienls.
We congratulate the 6ard
on the selection of so tffi 'eni
t corps ot teachers. As Mr,
While, (be Superintendent has
ihe reputation of being one ol
i be best teachers in the coun
try,' his experience in the
school room together with hit
untiring energy, bis kind, firm
and persuasive manner among
his pupils and his persona! ad
dress toward all render hlui a
success as a teacher wherever
be goes. Mr. Fle'cher .has
ibree or four years uperience
as a student from .i be Normal
Academy ol Wilkesyille, and
M8S . McManimee has had eev
eral yearn experience in teach
ing and hails as a graduate oi
the Hih School ot the Iron ton
n.,i,. -Ki...ia anoan,or it i
i .i
augurs great success in the ed-,8n(J
ucatioiial and literary .intervi
tMtf of Zalestt, ' -v" - I
Daring Attempt at Robbery.
which tbey will be welcome to,
wolf ajt wj fee m,aeoul
of ,Deir otherwise worthldss
carcasses'.
jh ia8L.iuursny nigut a ues
perate attempt was made to
enter and rob the house ol
William iivin wto lives about
a mile and a halt in a north
Westerly direction from McAr
tbur. Mr. Irvin has a large
ahd fierce watch-dog. Early in
the evening about 8 o'clock,
the dog .was noticed to bark
vociferously and running
around the yard, evidently in
an excited slate; Mr. Irvin
went to the door, 'supposing
ibat probably some ot the
neighbors had come to see him,
called the dog, but could bear
and see no one; be then went
into the houee, he and the fam
ily engaging in reading and
conversation until they retired,
the dog in the meantime keep
ing up considerable iuss but no
lurther attention was paid toit.
About ball pist ten, the lam
ily retired. Shortly alter blow
ing oui the lights a loud noise
was heard at one of the dour;
ifer listening awhile, Mr. I
went to tbe door to see what
was the matter, and found H
was some one at the door, push
ing uud ftorking as though he
attempted to spring it he ask
ed "Who's there,'' but no an
swer. Mr. I. (hen got a navy
revolver and bhot through ihe
loWer part of thednor, 111 about
the plact, as he supposed,
would be a center shot on the
carcass ol the besieger, llii
done, he immediately opened
the door, went nut and saw a
man retreating belore hin;
looking an und he saw one at
the north end o the houne; he
tired, when the latter also bea
a retreat, and Mr. I. followed
him up until he got as fur aa
the line net ween him and Trail
Snyder, when he return d to
tbe house. Mr. I. was abund
atitly supplied with gun-
and pistols, i id told his lur
sous that they would now li)
on their aims till daylight.
About three o'clock another
noise was heard, and the dg
fiercely balking Mr. I. and Ina
sons itnnu-diately got up, and
looKitig through ihe kev holes,
obseived a nun at earh f ih
three doors ol the house; they
a "ii observed a man passing a
Window. Mr. I took his posi
tion at one ol the door, and
the boys posted themselves at
h other doors. Mr 1. then di
rected the boys to wait till he
tired and then all fire at once
through Ihe doors. On lucking
gxin through the key ho leu
the ci'U d see nothing, the dt g
had also ceased burking, and
lor tiie lime being, all was qui
et. Tiiey no concl id 1 to
w,tii tor another demonstration
but lrura that time until day
light could see and hear noth
ing. At dat light ihey went
out to rei'uiiuoiter, ami saw
ne.ir the door-steps, the prints
ot Homelhing that looked ' like
a man's hand as also the print
ot something that looked like
a rutin's lace or head bd mado
it, evidently beinu m ide bv ihe
one in front of Ihe door. when
Mr. I. first fired, aho was prob"
ably woundrd; they alsolognd
an abundance ot tracks all
around the houee, and ihe gar
den whs all Irnmped over and
the vegetables mashed down.
The SHme individuals (prob
ably) attempted to enter the
residence of Ezekiel RoLinel,
In the neigboihood of Irvnt',
through the window, but the
childrn awakening, gave such
a irlghtlul scram as to cause
th m to leave.
Mr. Irvin sold bis property
the Monday previous, and in
tends moving to Missouri, and
it appears that ibis circum
stance caused tbe incentive to
rob him. Burglaries have been
reported in Circleville, Urbana
aud Tort mouth, and other
places in the Si ate, and ibis at
tempt may have been by a por
lion ol ihe same gang wbo go
ptowling through the country.
N. B. Mr. Irvin desires to
ininrtn burglars that he has no
money in his bouse, and all
hey can expect ta get if tbey
coma there, is a load ot lead,
FIRE AT ZALESKI.
CAR SHOPS DESTROYED.
LOSS, $75,000.
Origin of the Fire Unknown.
A terrible fire broke out in
the Railroad Car Shops in Zt
ICBkf, yesterday rooming. The
three lower buildings, includ
ing the foundry and black
smith . shops, have burned
down. The lumber yard, aboti".
thirty cars In the shops for re
pairs, and one baggage car just
completed for service, were de
stroyed. Loss not let-s than
575,000. The origin of the
fir is unknown.;
Origin of the Fire Unknown. MARRIED :
John Dixon aud Harriet Parker.
Ft'an'cla M. Baker and Mary E.
Smith)
Ell lllirst and Cynthia M. Corpr.
William foster and Louisa Black,
John Wilcox and Margaret Gepr
McArthur Market.
Flour, per srtPJi 81. BO
uirn Meal per bush 70
Com 75
Outs 45
Wheat l.OOnl.lu
Means 1.75(32.011
Potatoed ti0(ti75
Uried Apples 1.5u
Dried Peaches 3.'tf
Tiniotliy Seed per bnsli. . . . 8-60
Cluvet1 ' - .... 6.75
Onions " ' " 1.50
tlayWtnn . 15.00a2O.OO
IIuiiis. country , 12)
" snsrar cured 18
Smoked Sides 12)
Miouitters viy
Pickled Pork 8.(al
Kjfjrs 10
Butter 15
Clerse 20
Lard n
Tallow . . .08
Clilckens, live 15.1.25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.00
aeka 15a .'5
Vliu-jrar. cider 30
White Fish 7.50
Mackerel . 10
Itio Coll'ee 28
Ten . . 1.00al .25
Police Sugar 12$
Yellow C " it
New Orleans Molasses SOal.OO
Sorghum 4n50
Syrup 73a.l.0u
Star t'anilles. per lb 20
Tallow l.laiO
Soap, eotintry per lb... 6a8
Feathers '65
Hairs 2'
Coal, bus . . ... .78
V 9)
Sixmvn ii t'liuti.Lrii!ilier. Cliillionthe
Kites careful attention to making cop
V .. ... i.i I.
les Ol otner p'.Oiures. i iciurBU may ua
tmiile as lurue us life frout the tiniest
locket picture, and made in everv wuy
aatislactory by carelul and judicious
oiiluriii. l'hntiirrHphs from nature or
from other pictures ooiced in the best
at j lea in oil, Muter colors, vvon, piiJ
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circuit
tttnpa
duardiuii'tt Setlleinent.
Probate Court. Vinton Couity, Ohio.
VTOTICE la hereby given llit William F.'
.1 Fellnn, aa ouanlin- of CDarlaa 'It. on,
mu nr rhilil of Jareri Strona. rleeeaseH. h
hied h-rein hi. acenuut with aaid minor lor fl
nnl .eillemrnt, aii'l t'lat tha aama i ael for
heariuii on lha 6ih ilay of Hpptemher, next,
I A. I). 187 1) at oVIuclc. A. M.
H a. UAVo, Probate Juclpe.
Auuat 11, in. 4t
SHERIFFS SALE.
Stale of Onto, t'inlon Co., 89.
Bennett M. Clark, plninsHT,
AgaioBt
Cornelius Knroe, etal, defend tots.
In Vinton County Oiutt of Common
1'kas. An Order of Sale.
Pt'BsrjANT to tha eommanl of an Onler
of Mile inaueil fiom the Court of Com
nion Fleaa of Vmlnn county, anil to me di
rmitotl aa Sheriff anil Special Mater Coin
mixaionerol aaid coun 3, 1 will ottirloraale
atlhedunr ofthe Couo Hoiie,in the town of
McArthur, Viulon oountv, Ohio, on
i
Saturday, the 12th -Day of Septem
ber, 1874.
at Ihe hour of 1 o'clock P. M of aaid day, Ihe
followinK ilercrioed landa and.lenenien. ait
uata in Vinton ' ountv, Ohio, and bounded
and deronbed an lollowa, to wii: Thrnorth
half of the outh-rai ouarierand the noith
eMl quarter ol the -ooth-weat quaitir of wo
lion ihir.vlliree tnwnhm twelve. (IK) of
ran kb Ke.entven (P) containing on hunnred
and twenty (12") at're more or less end lyinn
Hnilitin in the diatriut of landa auhject lo
aale i Chi Income. Ohio.
AVpraim-d at lour thousand and einhi huO'
ilred uollara' ilt.soo) a d mual bniiK two
thirda ol thai sum.
'I'u he aold aa the property of Cornell u
Kama, towtialy an order of .ale.iaaued from
the i on not Common Pleaa in lavor ot Ben
net M. Clark.
TEKMrtOFSAl K-r-Mh.
GEOBUE KALER,
Sherinor Vimon Couniy and bpeeial Mas
. ter oirmi-.umer. .
J. M. MdiiLLivaaf, Attorney for ilaintift.
Auiiunt 13, .H74. w
Sheriff's Sale in Parti
tion. Stale of Ohio, nnton County
W. N. Hartley and wi fo, Ptaintlft,
aotia.T
Joh lie G Bo, etal Defendant.
In Vinton County Court of Common
Pleat Firtt Order of Sale in Par
tition. PURSUANT to the command of an Order ol
bale leaued tram the Court or Common
Weaaof Vinton County, and lo me directed
aa bheriB of aaid county, 1 will ofter foi aale at
the door ol the Oourt tlouae. in the town of
McArtbur. Vinton Oountr, Ohio, on
Thmsday, the 17th Day of Septem
. bsr, A. D. 1874,
at ttv hour oft o'clock, P. M. of aaid day, th
kdlowini demirihed Indda aituale in the couo
IT ol Vimon and Stale M Ohio : Tbe went half
of Ibe Muih-el quarter, and the eaet bait of
the aouilt-weel quarter of aevtion twenty-eef
en, (V7J lownehip tea. 1' ranre nineteen fit
(ntaiiun liat wrea mora or leas, and ihe
wett hair of Ihe nonh-eaiit quarter and the
ent half ( the nortn-we.' quarter of afc tion
thirty d'Or, 41 town-hip leu. 1"T range iiine
teen. (iJ eoulmning IliO acre, moieorleaa;
eonMinuig in all ftuai-ree, more or lea.
lppraied at i nuunrd and loHy dol
lar. lMO and muat bring two-tnird ol that
aum.
TERMS OF BALK: Id hand, balance in
one and two yeara Muured by ortxge on
tbe premiae aold
OEORGE HALEK,
thi-ntt Vlniou i oiiDty.
E. A. Biirron etal. AUorneyator PuuutiBa.
AufuatU, A.U. m. w
B. A. UICWINS. ' J. H. UEIttLEIH.
iiif.GaK8& iiEi.iL bar,
HANCPACTUREOS OP AND DEA R3 IN
ITALIAN AMERICAX MARBLE,
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARtHTJRj OHIO.
Sapr.aJ
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
PUBNITUftE,
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 on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired,
pin i s iioKtofv,
Corner of High and locust Street
McARTHUR, O.
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The undersigned having rormeil a co-part-nerhip
under Ihe Si m name of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call the attention of the publio to their lull
atock of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
Vest Guard und tlperaVhaine
Solid Silver and I'lated Ward
Lazarus nnd Slorrln Improved Succla-cli-e,
FINE CUTLERY GOLD PENS, AC,
And everything kept in a v
PIEST CiASS JELEY STOEE,
Wedding rings and hair jewelry made to or
der. Kepa'rlng of watches, clock, and lewelry
peoiHliy.
No charge for engraving goods bought at
their Kioie.
Koi correct time take it from their chrono
meter the ouly one in the city.
Next Door to Warner House, 56
Paint Street. Chillicothe, Ohio,
J. S. MrCOMMOJJ,
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Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queenswafe, look
: ing Glasses, and all kinds of House
Furnishing Goods. .. .'. r .
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
Honse miii sum (Ms
Of every
Grate nnd Ennmeled Fioni. Hrass and PorceiaiiV
KellleN, vVooden lftire ot all Kind!. Manufacturer oC
Tin, Copper and 'licet Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from euntry dealer. . . .
KS-SP0UTTlffi, ROOPING AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPLY.
ftSpeciaI Inducements offered to those who will bay a fall Outfit
for Housekeeping. "! '
Call and compare prices before purclinaine elaewdcre. It5np '
La U3i
And Cloth, Canvass and Tapor . .
WINDOW aAUE&
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In large stock nd preat variety vory low. Will trim wall pspcr for my si
turners without extra charge. . .
SEED Ha .
D M. TFium s
Celebrrted Flower and Garden Secd
Assorted tarieties of each including everything grown in a flower or vesetalo
garden. . ,.:!.
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Paints, Oils, Wliitc Lead, Var
nishes and Brushes just ;
received, atSISSON' . V
11 fAIJjy
THOROUGH WOKKMANSlltf
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BBEAHJT F FBNBgBBt
Fine Material Used In Manufacture".
PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTRUCTION;
GREATEST DURABILITY!
THE LOWEST PRICE,
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A higher recom'mendittion of tliese excellent instrnmenta could not bev
desired than tbe numerous teatimonials fmm those who have used them snd
given them the severest trials. Nothing enn he superior to their liht, delicate
touch, while the quality in universally admired. Evi-ry Valley Gem is Dot onlr
warranted lor five jrars but ia ftimiaiilecd to give enllr)
sallNf action or to be returned at our expenne. '
Send for illustrated cntalnuo with rousio. . ' L'l
D. II. BALDWIN & CO.," uT
v Dealers in Pianos and Organs,. ..a-
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0, . T
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