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.gffcei At; .NOTICES. ,
JUWLL, Portsmouth Ohie,
offers to Ibe llerchanU abd Furnace
meu of Vinton county, t superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on termi
the ot favorable. IVeptiy
WJj.isdwERS,
mSlDCVT DUN 1 1ST,
"IVlc Arthur, Ohio.
FacVioular atteutioo girco to the treatment
the Dtlursl teeth.
t?5'
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to Teachers.
TUB BOARD of School Examiners
tor Vinton County will meet at the
tlnioo, School House, in JloArtbor, on
tb let and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the let Saturday in
January, r February, Juno, July, Au
guit and December, in each year. E
aminations to commenoe at ten o'clock,
A.' 3t,Yt Satisfactory evidence of good
WrM character will be required in all
canes. A fee of 50 cents ie required
f nn from eaoh applicant
iX-li. BAR.xEd CVn Board of
J.S. 1JUHN LSchool Ex
. V.-PKrlLOJE, Cl'k, J aminers.
,5l;
llAyvard- Sanitary Aid Associa-
Hon.
for th Relief and Cur ot the Erring and Va
DlwrtMuilva PrlnctplMof Chrlatiao ,
- Philanthropy. '
' f$'flfi on the Errora of Voath, and the fol
lMar Age, ia relation to Marriage and Social
'BfllsVwith anitaiy aid for the afflicted
4aW(( 'la leJ 'envelope. Addreae,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Boa P, Pl'ao!
Mim encampment
1 1H.
3 'HO. 115, 1.0. O.F.
in I
REUUI.AB Meeting oflhla En
uamument will berealter be
f lie Id on th Kual aad ImM
Vla,,.Hatrnm'ti ol oilier eovampineul
vio in ay oe riaitlug om .own are in vim" h
(trod. PAKIbHUKTON.C.P.
Juva T. Raeta, 8.
HcXrlhur, Feti'v 17, IS70.
TlFayorite Fine-Cut
rpHE 'CtvewerH' Choice, la now inking (he
X read ol all other Hrande. Bright in color,
kileaaaul in laata, IoumIi and lasting in chew,
thia tobacco poiea every quality to auit
Vhewere, and evlln by the (o pound bucket
fully tuo cheaper per pnuod, tiiao any other
brand ef the same grade and iierhipa leaa
quality, luu hucketn of (his celeliiaied brand
hare been aold In Chillit'othe alone within
the lam two month., and Inula Mill incrraa.
lug.-"Try It " BOH jEY't EK A KKAMKK
Cbillicotha, Ohio, are the Manufacturer'
(rent and mil at lowest Factory Price.
Kimay 187
(J,CfEENHWARE
wye &, tVIACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FA1JNT blKET.
CIIILL1CO THE, OHIO,
I'ilVlTB Ibo attention ofmerohnnl and fur
pan fine to the large alovk of the above ar
t til jutl received. We will aell l t ie very
loaxat figure, to the trade. Ordera solicited
ad iironiptly attended .o. Xajul
THAT WI11CU IS
WORTH DOING
: -is-
WORTH ADVERTISING,
print AND PROSPER
"H - O. JONES,
In. ." .
'VuT-" ATTORNEY AT LAW.
REL- ESTATE AGENT
jArtUur, Vlutou Co, O.
REAL EST ITE '
it, Sold and Exchanged
cheat bargains in lakd3.
a!eaee chaboeto but a home
f HE following Ir.nds will he solo low on
, aaooable terms aa to p. menu
.fT6 ACRES OF LAND
Putnam County, West Va
WITHIS 2 MILa OF SAILS j A JD
t&JMUea From State Capital
Jounty load Runs Ihroutjh Trace'
FIN FARMINU LAND WITH
pLenty OF HON Off.
WELL watered. About 2 acre -leared.
Good tram houa and out-building,
'.imber-popiar, walnut, oak, ah, hickory
d loeflat.
it 1
Title Ferfeot.
Tne eetir tract of oaa-ball will ba aold
YIKTLo.
I ema fair. Call aooa. ;
ajri74 j , ... H. 0. J0t3.
mACREl ot h:a timber land, Dear the
H A . R. R- The timbf r will more
than pay for the land il put up id the market,
Tin prdc. For full deacnunon call upon
r wrnat - , . H.c. Jonf.s.
l l .W I' - '.
JlsmcL VTH1N K mil of the M. A C. B.
Taaaal IT K. I be larm containa DO acre
laH loriy acre cleared, hair improve
iiieuta. A good coal bonk open and
working. 4J, feet beat coal. Fur aai cheap.
120 Acre In Harrison Township,
"lOOD timber land, well watered and near
(the railroad.
Ilil per levl.
WUllK aolUlow.1
18deo
H.O. JONfca.
A6ENTS WANTED!
To aell, dire) to eaaa)un,Tai OaouaDiwiLL; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
R 1 Piplam. mIIap WutDrn Rurtl. OhifiM.
' rai.ariaA aa-liKlA UTm'Mm a , .fatoaaairwi.
lt. I nTiaiawl portrait; lu other engra-
aaliiaf y MaaMadi. r or terms, territory, ei.i.
adnreaa K. It A MroKU w., ruoiiancra,
1M OT Atl mi ntnAiMn.li
OA VTIOH.- Inferior works, mm mmpUariom,
aralieing pnnhed. Vo not te mi.od, oo.
Mr. Pemam'i work fa lull, tkoritoti, and
avioTMd by the graat leadera. Alea eaiar k
Leuaaat (wmi wiUMt rtr ' T.. aaraa
Md mm . am m On f waway,1tTW Tark
1la hbai wlU PrW LUC kUW It tllr
THE VINTON RECORD
Official GfgAh If Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALE.
The Viiitom Rioobd newspaper and
job office ia for tale at a bargain to a
eoah buyer. Apply to or address '
JOUN T. KAPER, UoArthur.O.
It rained latt Saturday.
Mr. Kapab and lamilj bare
removed to Clwllicothe.
James LI. WyckoffIu eerions
ly ill at bis residence.
Kky. J. LI.Tkiblb will preacb
bis last sermon next Suuday
evening.
Job Lucas received severe
injuries by slipping with a
loaded wheelbarrow on an in
clined plank, last Tuesday.
Now that Pieaident Grant bas
put the screws upon the rebel
murderers in the South, they
will not be so eutliUBiastic for
him for a third term as they
were a lew weeks ago
i '. aim . - - t
Sam. Cart dilated at tome
length on the proposed Civil
Rights Bill, but said not a
word in regard to the while
sale butcheries, by bis brelb
ren in the laiih in 1 Louisiana
aud other parts oi tbo South.
C. B. Taylor, our candidate
for county Recorder, is well
knowu in the south-eastern
pari, of thia county as a teacher
and former I'nncpal of Wilkes
vill . Academy. Lie was for
nearly three years a soldier in
the Union Army.
Mr. Cuaules B. Taylor, our
candidate lor recorder bas lei t
on our table ttlhe Early Llislo
ry and War Record of Wilkes
ville and Salem. We have not
had time to read it through,
but it is a neatly printed and
bound volume, and will inter
est everybody in this county
and vicinity.
Mr. Eukday addressed a
large and entliusisutic met ting
at the Court House, last mht.
He gave some telling bli,wa to
the fallacies and sophistries ol
Sam Carry. Lie was followed
by Mr. Jones who gave some
startling revelations of the
corruptions of the . Yin on
County Ring.
Dry Bummers, according to
the Jackson Standard, occur
every tw-niy years. The sum
mer ot 1834 was so dry that
(lie meadows and pasture",
showed no green thing in them
by the middle of September.
The year 1854 was equal. y dry.
The Ohio river becam so low
that freight could not be taken
aboe Porsmouth.
The bitter juste of quinia.
eoloevnth, aloes, quaeBia and
other bit cr medicines in said
to i e i st ntly removed by
chewing a iecol licori. e
root T dPguiV case- il
drop t wo dro s oil f I n mon
with an un -e o glv.e ino and
a id an ounce ot cast r oil.
Children will take it an 1 ak
f r moi r.
Henrt Uoffuines b tt been
lound guilty by a verdict of the
jury, ol committing adultery
with one Elizabeth Johnson;
the Court passed sentence ol
two hundred dollars-fine and
imprisonment in the county
jail lor thirty days, ten days of
the term to be solitary confine
ment on- bread and water. ,The
sentence was the full extent ol
the law. , i
. Prof. M. R. Barnes killed a
monster owi last night with hia
double-barreled 'breech load
ing snot gun. The people in
the north end were aroused b
itsabooliiigs at a late hour. Mr.
Barnes went out and saw the
bird, (evidently it bad a sweet
tooth for his fine Brahma chick
ens) it flew off; he followed its
course and saw it alighting
somewhere' in the vicinity oi
the Christian church and'shot
it. Its expanded wings meas
ured, four Iceland a hall across
it evidently, canie from the
woods 1 north-east of town,
1 where it" has .been heard after
nikbi ilUummeh,,! m i vriw
PROCEEDINGS OF THE
REPUBLICAN, COUNTY
CONVENTION.
A Good Day's Work.
The Repubtioad County don
venlion met September 23, pur
suant to a call duly published,
and was called to order by
calling I V. Sam to the chair,
and the appointment of J. W.r
Delay, as Secretary. The ob
ject of the Convention being fn
the purpose of placing in nom
ination candidates for the offi
ces of Sheriff, Treasurer, Re
corder, Coroner 'and three In
firmary Directors. On motion
Captain Win. J. Rannells, Al
exander Livingston and Charles
Taylor were appointed a com
mittee on credentials. The
committee reported all the
townships represented by duly
accredited delegate". Some of
the delegations not being lull,
he delegates present were on
motion allowed to cagt the full
vote of their township. On
motion Capt. Wm. J. Rannells,
Ohaa. W. Timms and Jacobs.
Will were appointed tellers.
The name of George Kaler
was presented for the office of
Shenfl and there baing no op
posing caudidate, he was de
clared the nominee of the Con
vention by acclamation.
The name of Robert S. Barn
hill was presented as a candi
date for Treasurer and there
being no opposition was de
clared the noraiuee ot the Con
vention by acclamation.
The names of Douglas Dowd,
Henry W. Llorlon, Charles
B. Taylor and J. Ira Bell
were presented as candidates
for Recorder. Upon the third
ballot Mr. Charles B Taylor
was declared the nominee, and
on motion his nomination was
made unanimous. .
The names ' of John W
Brown, ot Etule township, and
Benjra in Hawk, oi WilKes
ville township, were presented
as candidates for Commission
er. Mr. John W. Brown was
declared the nominee on the
first ballot, and on motion his
nomination was made unani
mous Mr George E. Atkinson, of
Madison township, was nomi
nated by acclamation for the
office ol Coroner.
The next in order being the
nomination of three Infirmary
Directors, Capt. Wm. J. Ran-
nelU presented the following
preamble and reso'utlon which
was iinanim"usy adopted, viz:
Whereas, the Directors ap-
pointe I ty the Commissioners
ot Vinton county to take
ch 'ige of and direct the Hff-iirs
of the Vinton County Indrm-
ary hare shown a disposition
to ignore politics in the admin
istration of the same, and
Whereas, Ihe Democratic
Convention, held on the 21st
inst, for the nomination of
r.'untv officers, have repndiat
ed the action of said Direc
tors, and uttered their
determtation fo throw the
administration of the same into
the hands of a political ring
whereby a few political pets
and hangerA-on might be fed
and fattened at the expense of
the tax paving, community.
Now therefore be it
Resolved, by this Conven
tion, that we refrain from mak
ing any nomination for Infirm
ary Director, believinr that It
is the interest and will of th
people that politics should be
entirely thrown aside In the
selection of such Directors.
And We recommend that all
honest voters, ir-resneotive of
party, having a desire to . de
crease instead of increase the
burden of taxation; place the
names of John Dowd, Francis
Strong and Thomas Magee, in
the order named on their
tickets as their choice for In
flrmary Directors.
Messrs. Jacob S Will, Moris
Evans, HP. Ambrose, Wm. J.
Rannells and J P. Dnnkle,
were named as the Executive
Com mil te lor ihe ensuing year.
There bing no furthef bn&i
ness, the convention adjourned
I. F. SAIN.
Chairman.
J. W. DELAY, Sec'y.
J. W. DELAY, Sec'y. New Goods at Felton's.
J. A. Fa'LToK, la now at the
city buying i new stock of
goods to supply bis customers
with for the ensuing seasou.
The goods will commence ar
riving to morrow, wlien our
people had belter go and see
mem whether they want to buy
o not, for 111 always keeps a
giod (stock and sells as cheap
as Ihe cheapest. -
The road law ol the State
makes it unlawful for farmers
to allow horses, mules, cattle
sheep, goats, swine or geese to
run at large in the public high
ayi, streets or alleys.
Township trustees may grant
special permits to individuals
to let any ol the animals above
named run at large, but all
permits must end on the 31st
of March of each year. Coun
ty commissioners may grant a
general permit to all citizens
ol the county, but in such cases
the animals to which the per
tuit reters must be specified. .
There is no permit in this
county at present for any ol
these animals to run at large.
Persons violating this law
are liable to a fine by prosecu
tion of from II to $5. They
are also liable lor all damages
done by their animals while
running at large, without re
gard to lences. The law does
not take into consideration the
fencing ol premises.
The owner ot such animuld
must be notified before be can
be prosecuted. .
Persons finding animals run
ning at large may-take them
up, advertise them and receive
pay thereior. ' ' '
Thia law remains a dead let
ter upon our statutes, so lar as
this county is concerned, ex
cept when somebody is ag
grieved. AN exchange sajs l'eop'e
who are troubled with havii g
iheir Iruit stolen should know
that the law provides an eflec
live remedy lor such tffVniep.
it imposes a fine ot not Ins
than $100 upon every, person
who shall wilfully .enter any
orchard or garden, and club or
otherwise injure any fruit tree?,
or shall tramp upon or break
down grass, grain, vegetables
or vines of any kind. The steal
ing o iruit is declared a mis
demeanor, and any person con
victed shall be imprisoned not
more than sixty days. The
same penalty is declared
against the stealing or removal
oi vegetables, plants or orna
mental trees or shrubbery.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Samuel Pendleton and Mary Ann
Burns.
Milton Bay and Mary Florence Es
sex.
James MeManus and Sarah Jane Ir-
via.. ..
Charles W. Piles and Margaret A.
Barrett.
John Hofiman and Mollle Small-
wood.
Newton Walton and Sarah Ellen
Wolf.
Simon d a, I'hutuicrapher. Uhillicuthe
pivea careful attention to making onp
ies of other picture. Piotures mity be
made as lurse aa lire from the tiniest
li-cket pioture, and made in every way
atiefactory by careful and jodioioui
coloring. Photograph from nature or
from other piotures colored in the best
(tyles in oil, water colors, vyoit, pa
tel or ink, at rates to suit all niroum-atances.
McArthur Market.
Flonr.per eacx. $1.60
corn 5leal per bush 70
Corn .75
Oats 4J
Wheat 1.00al.l0
Beans 1.7ltJ.0O
Pnfatoea W75
Dried Anr'es. 1.75
Dried Peaches S-'O
Timothy Seed per bush.... 3-75
Clover: " i... i 6.75
Onions 1.75
Hay ton 15.00a20.00
Hams. country .12)4
M suirar cured..... 18
SmokHd Sides .w. .12
Shoulders ; .12)
Pickled Pork.. ..;.., . 8.lo
Kgjrs 10
Butter 30
Lime .20
Lard 15
Tallow ,...'... . .08
Chickens, live ...I. 15.25
Hockinir Salt per bbl 3.00
Sacks .." . 15aJ5
Vinegar, elder JO
White Fish 7.60
Mackerel .. ...... 10
Rio Coffee , - 28
Tea. .. ..,... ...AiNMM
Coffee Sugar UX
Yellow C u.i . .' .i........:.. It
New Orleans Molasse. i,. .80a 1.00
Sorghum " ....'...v.WfJoO
Syrup .'. r....V.....;;... ' ?5a.lJM)
ur Candles, per lb........., ;.M
Tallow - ....15a20
roap. country per lb. ..1. ..- 64
Feathers t .. ;....r. f 65
Hajts i. -.k. . . .3)4
O'fti, buS.' T9
i Wobl .;;...i.,;;if'.'v.;.i-.;;i M
.v',r.'jr, in
H. A. UlOdlNS. J. H. URIMLEIM.
I1&G.K8& HElXLGY,
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MANTJFACTUBERS Vf A50 DEA
RSIN
-AHERICAXHARBLE
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARTHTJH, OHIO.
InprlSTt , i :
HERE NOW!
1 havd just mann-
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FUKNITUUE,
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.
r.tlllS NORTON,
Corner of High and Locust Streak
McARTHUR, O.
TmarW.
7Mf 4
NEW HUM.
The nnderaitied having rormed a co-part-oerahi
p under the Arm nam of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call the attention nf the publio to their lull
took of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
f est Guard und OpcraChalnt
Solid Silver and PlaledWare
Laaaraa aad niorrla' Ianprarcd 8peet
elra,
FINE CUTLERS GOLD PENS, AO.,
And vervlbing kept in a
IIEST 0LA83 JILILY STOBE,
Wadding ring and hair jewelry made to or-
Kepa-rlng ofwathee, block, and tewelrj a
.peeially. ,
noonarge tor engraving gooaa uoogni pi
their atore.
for correct tun take it from their ch'rono
meter Ihe ool j one in the citr.
Kelt Door to Warner Touse, 6 A
Faint Street, Cfhillicothe, Ohio,
J. 8. McC(IMON,
W.E. EVANS.
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Stoves Tinware, Glass
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Furnishing Goods.
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
onse Fnis in Gooas
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Rrnlaa (anil Enemal.il
Kellles, Vuoden Ware ot all Kind, ttlanufactuier ot
Tin, Copper and tlieet iron ware, both fur wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited fruin ountry dealers.
J-SPOUTTNO, E00FINO AND BEPAIRING CONE CHEAPL"?. .
Special Inducements offered to those who will hoy a foil Outfli
for Housekeeping.
van lull ciiuiDure uricea ueiure
L31 L3
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper
W.UNdJW SeABE!
In lhrge stock aud (treat variety very low. Will trim wall peper for my eu5
turners without extra charge.
seeds;
D. M. FE JUIY'S
Celebrrtcd Flower and Garden Seeds
Assorted varieties of each including everything grown in a flower or vegetable
garden1.
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vai
nishes and Brus)ies just
received, atSISON',
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T1IOROUG H WO It K MANSIHP
nBEAUT F FI IS 11 HI
Fine Material Used In Manufacture.
PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTRUCTION
-
GREATEST
THE LOWEST PRICE,
A hicher recommendation of these excellent Instruments could not In
desired than tbe numerous testimonials
given them the severest trial, Nuthinp
touch, while the quality ih universal! v admired tv-'ry valley liem is not only
warranted lor live years but is guaranteed to give eutli t
aatiafactloh of to be returned at our
Bend fur illustrated cataloxun with mutuo.
D. II. BALD WIN" & CO., ; ;
Dealers in Pianos and Organs,
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, 0.
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Arnt for Vinton outy, .
Hulhert House, MoArthur 0 '-
IT T0U WOULD 00N3ULT TOUH
IHTEEEST, .
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
S5 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Oii all Stvcs for Cash!
Wk OFFER RONE BUT THE
BEST INSTRUMENTS MADEi
A $190 organ for.... tui
" 200 " " 150 '
220 . 170
b 350 1M
400 planb a 300
BOO - " 875
U 600 , u u ' 450
Mlaiatera, Caarrae ' SabbatU
ehl raralahea ai wkleaJe tales.
Iff. It. BARNES,
: kigi 81., tw 4otr Mltf M tW
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and Queensare, LooE
all kinds of IToEse : n
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