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TS FECIAL NOTICES. :-;r
r, X FTOWLLL, Portemomb, Ohio,
oiler's' to the "' Merchant and Furnace
meuof Vinton county , a superior stock
of Dry Quod and JS'otiuns, on terms
the most favorable. Itteptly i
N. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DEN 1 1ST,
1 AlcArthur, Ohio.
Particular attmtioo given to tha treatment
tha natural teeth.
'Notice to Teachers.
TOE BOAKD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet at the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of Marph,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the 1st Saturday in
January,' February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
mioations to oommenoe at ten o'clock,
A. M. . Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 60 cents is required
bj law from each applicant
, JU. It. BAK.sES Cb'a ) Hoard of
, J.S. IHJUN, I School Ex-
L. O..TJS UL'UE, Cl'k, awiners.
, .
Uoward Sauitary'AId Association.
For lha Relief nl Cure of the Erring and Un
tbrtuoataou Principles of Cliriotiao
r--ii: Philanthropy.
Kssajs on the Errors of Youth, and the foN
ilia of age, in relation to Marriage and Sooial
Jlrile, with sanltaty aid for the afflicted
ent frea. In aealeJ snvtlope. AddreNa,'
X-iWAKD ASSOCIATION, Box P, Pt.:'iudl
bhia. Pa. ,
1'ARTHR ENCAMPMENT
NO. 115, 1.O.O.F.
4v. T EGUI.AR Meetings ofthis En
immiimAnt will hereHtier be
C-hi'ld on the aecond an d Iqxt
Mendnr evvniuue of eacb
taenia. Patrmrult nl stlir eiuainpinmis
Who may be visiting om wn are invill to
attend. PAKlb IIUKION.C.P.
Johk T. Rim, S.
MoArthur. Keu'r 17, 1870. '
The Favorite Fine-Cut
riHE-'Chewera' Choice, i now Inking the
X lead oi all other Hran.la. Bright in olor,
pleasant to taale, totigh and lnhnK in iliew,
this tobacco ponaaea every quality to unit
vnewers, and wlla dy the III pound bucket
fully loo cheaper per pound, ihnu any other
brand of lite rnrne grade ami i.t-rhiit. leu
qualiljr. loo huckela of thiseeletiiaied brand
have been aold in Chillirothe alone within
he laat two month., nnd trario xtill inrreaa.
ing. "Try It" BCHKhEK KKAMf.lt
Ohillicothe, Ohio, are the MiinufuctiirerH'
gent anrt sell at lowest Factory Prices,
sfimay 187.1 .
QUEENS WARE
NYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
i 67 FAINT MltET.
CIIILL1V0 THE, OHIO,
IaiVlTE tho attention of merchants and fur
iinuemen to the large stork ef the above ar
t flenjiwt received. We will sell at t .p very
leak at Allures to the trade. Older snlicited
ud iiromplly Htteuded o. , itil
. ,,,IUAT VV1J1CU IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PEINT AND PROSPER
Jhl O. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, '
RE L ESTATE AGENT
McArtliur, Vinton Cj. O. ,
REAL ESTITE'
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GKEAT BABOAlTs IN LANDS.
V EAKE 0HAN0ET0 BUY A HOME
ri'HE following li.nd( will be sold low on
( nasonnble term, as to j.mmrnt :
6 ACRES OF LAND
...' . -v - -
fltnam' County, West Va,
f ITHIK 2J MU& Of SAILS . AD
4 Allies From Stale Capital
juntf oad Bunt Through Trace
- TUiB FARMING LAUfb WITH
tLENTY 0F13DN ORE.
"T ELL watered. About 25 acre leu fed.
I Oood Irame houa nnH otil builiiinga.
inber-poputr, waluut, oak, aab, hickory
d locust. ...
, Title Perfect.
The eotire tract or one-hall will be Sold
HY t.O. , .
lermafnir. Call soon. ..
S)rlS74 , i H. C. JOttna.
nvACREi ol hse limber land, near the
1ZUmU. R. R. The timber will more
'hxfi pay for the land II put up to Hie mrket,
Witle perfect. For lull description cull upon
TXT 1TB IM mile of the M.4C.R.
(nl ff K The lann contains Wat-res
lfjjl lorty acres cleared. Fair improve
meDta. A good coal bank opioand
working. 't teet best coat, rorsaiecneap,
120 Aerei in Harrison Township,
MOOD timber land, well watered and near
fine railroad.
I itlo urteS.
)
WlllU sold low.
. j 18deo,
H. C. JON Kb.
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, din l eoajsawnja a Gaorjaoswitx; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
T' '".'OF THE ,
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
Bt J. Pariam, saitor Western Rural, Chicsgo
Complete and reliable, WrMn aw K cauorf.
187 oriaiaal 'portraits; to" other eogra
vings.' awrilia great work la Jew faarfosead
il'iaa fcr (Aoaaiadf. .-or terms, territory, tu
addesa K. A A hNAP'Rl A CO., Publishers,
177 W 4th at, Cinoiniiati. ,
CM UTION.-Inferior works, mm nmpMma,
re lieing puabed. Po nol te impod on.
Mr. Perrmm's work is lull. eortfiiw. and
endorsed by the great leaders. Aon u.
It.
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WlT?Vrl,llHI'HLlinfrUltr.u.r31
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THE VINTON RECORD
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
VOil SALE.
The Viktoii Record newspaper and
job office is for sale at a bargain to a
cush buyer. Apply to or address
JOUN T. RAPEK, MoArthur, 0.
Advertisements ; labor while
the advertiser sleeps.
Joiin Seal's horse, Jim, died
last Monday morning of-the
heaves, tie was aged about
tea years.
R. S. 4 J. W. Wilooi send ua
a change ot their advertisement
this week, but too' late lor in
sertion. They have just re
ceived their Jail stock mid arc
rattling the goods off at prices
thai defy compelition.
Almost a large fire, yester
day evening. A heavy smoke
was discovereil in the back
part of the room occupied by
Jacob Bone i a butcher shop
It was found issuing Iroin some
charcoal, into hich, evidently,
a lighted match had been care
lessly thrown. It wa discov
ered just in time, probably, to
prevent a confl itration.
Tub Cliinrse rebel against
the newing machine, because
they 8ay,it cheapens labor and
deprives their tailors of work.
At Llong Kong several Chinese
tailors, who lately undertook
to use machines, were assault
ed and expcll. d from the na
live community. In America,
Chinese cheap labor is opposed
and ridiculed. In China, Amar
ic;in cheap labor, by machinery,
is equally repudiated.
At the examination of teach
ers, Sept. 19. 1874, certificates
were issued as lollows:
For 18 months-Philip Mil
ler. : For 12 monlhs-F. S Fletch
er. J C. Coonev, 1'eler Siraus
bauj:h,VVm. M. Krooks, Craven
Slnvely, Cliurles F. RanneII,
Kate Miller, Win. II. Miller,
II. C. Claypoole, Addle E.
Urippin, mill L'ui. E Sliur z.
For Q 'month U. 11. iShive
ly, Scott Marlindill,- and Callie
Rouct. L 0. Perdue, Clerk.'
Tub Mc Arthur Y. M. 0. A.,
wiih a view to greater uselul
nee, Las decided to enlarge iis
plan ot operations, so as to in
clude not ouly its iormer labors,
but a much greater variety and
compass. At its last regulsr
meeting it was resolved, in ad
dition to its usual umou prayer
meetings, lectures aud enltjr
laiuiuetils, to appoint a com
mittee to invite strangers visit
ing our town to aitend relig
ious services, sunday schools,
etc; another to organize a Ly
ceum, whose 'proceedings are
given elsewhere; another to co
operate with citizens in ft.rm
inga temperance organization,
and a relief committee who are
to afford euch relief and care to
ick and. distressed pertousi
particularly strangers, ' as Way
be within their power. This
commiltee,con8i8ting of Messrs.
Corawell, Iluhn and King, wi l
probably soon ' call, upon oui
citizens lo aeoist in their worth)
labors." ' :- ' '; ' '' ' , '
McArthur Lyceum.
The Y, M. 0. A, recently ap
pointed the following commit
tee to take , measures : or , the
organization of a debating
club, in our community: :
' Messrs. G. VV Plloher. Morris
Evann, M. R. Barnes; Robi rt
Sajie,' Richard Craig, "L Di
Martin, J. M. McGillhrray, U.
iV. Sis3on, John T. Foreman,
J.S. Iluhn, J. J. Cornwell, N.
J. Bowers, 'J. M. Pilcher; A
Barleon ana U. . JJunlap,
This committee met for prelim
inaiy organization on Monday
evening, and ( .called ( Squire
Sage to. the chair, Judge Craig
whs chosen' Secretary, and tlx
meeting -proceeded to adopt a
short constitution: and to elect
, : .iji . . ...
several persons to membership.
The name of kMcArtbur Lvce
nm'' was i selected. The Lyce
um! will meet at the" Court
House, on next i Monday even
ingVai which; Unie! the organization
will be perfected; ever
xidy is' fcordially7 luvited to at
;..:. I.
THE WAY THE MONEY
GOES.
Democratic Economy and Purity.
. rity. ' ,
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The County Commissioner's
Report for the year endingSepL
1st, (just filed) showB a great
deal ot. lawless waste ol the
people's money. The follow
ing is the allowance by our
county commissioners to one
6f the board.
1S73.
Sept. 3 J. B. Martin, 20 (lays. .930 00
. 8 days, 24 m. 85 20
Nov. 10. J.B.Martin 2.11)0
Dec 2.
1 21 days. 52 50
I5d.48iu 47 40
4 tl. 13 m 13 20
" 3 day.. 7 50
40.24 m. 13 20
4i. 24 ro. 13 20
20tl . . . .50 01)
7t. 24 m. 22 20
24 tliiva .. 60 00
Hit. 48 in.. 11 40
6d. 24m... 10 20
16 days... 40 00
4 days ... 10 00
7d. .4ra... 22 20
Sdavs... 7 60
64 days . . 13' 00
0d.4d ill.. 29 40
8.
44 24.
" 30.
1874.
Juu. 20.
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41
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SI
" 28.
Marcli 3.
7.
A pi. 17.
June 6.
July 3. .
30.
Aug. 7.
Total
Thl. a
651 10
Thl allowance was made In Mr. Kellri'sab-
enee; o-ily two voting.
tlartln foted hit own
allowance.
iwance.
A part of this is a, superin
tendent of Infirmary, while
lie law does not allow a super
nteudent until the building is
completed. The building was
built under contract, and Mar
in had no more business there
us superintendent than bad the
man in the moon.
$050 is simply an outrage
on our people.
$110 lor books of Robert
Clark & Co., to be paid out of
the Infirmary fund- An open
plain violation of law.
9135 were paid to an at
torney for counsel; while the
aw makes the Prosecuting At-
torney the advisor ot the Com
missioners, whenever they need
or viifh counsel.
Transfers of Real Estate.
John P. Plyley et al to Geo.
Hartley, 320 acres, Eagle town
ship, $200.
Wm. Smallwood to A iron
Shopshears, 10 acres, Harrison
township, $180.
J, S. Iluhn to Alfred Har
den, in-lots Noh. 290 and 291,
McAr(hur,$750.
A. M Gill to John T. Wal
dren, acres, Elk township,
$1,600.
Joseph McKinniss to Lem
uel Clark, 16 42 100 acres,
Clinton township, $1,642.
David M. Collins to Isaac
Ayers, 40 acres, Madison town
ship, 1,000. .
Joshua Wood . to Thomas
bharp, 5i acres, .Madison
township, $75.
Levi Purkey to Susan Sad
tiler, 15 acres, Richland town
ship, $200. .'
Levi Puikey to Moe6 J bad
dler, 25 acres, Richland towu
ship,$700. George Beveard to Sarah M
Rizer, 40 acres, Eagle town-
hip, $150. -
The Slate of Ohio, by Gov
ernor to Nathaniel Simnnton,
2()0 acres, Brown township,
90.
tiarah M. Rizer to Samuel
Uutter, 40 acres, Eagle town-
ship.$200.
Transfers of Real Estate. Bundy on Finance.
Uon. 6, b'. Gary -talks very
much atioui Mr. Bundy and li
uaiice. Our people have lor
some lime been aware ot Mr,
Bundy 'b position ou finanoe,and
the eflon ol Gary to aamage
him by mihrepreseutaiion will
simply tail.
Mr. is opposed contraction.
and favored the idea of allow
ing greenbacks and gold to
come abreau by the regular
course ot business instead of by
legislation. Bundy has all the
time favored the proposition
that the West had not enough
nt circulating vnedium, and
while he does nol ask legisla
tion to force resumption ot spe
cie payment, he did ask Con
gress to give the great West
more money and what is more
the request was granted. ,
Dan Callen, aggravated . be
cause he could not buy a nom
ination. to VPngresa in the
Democratic Con 'enlion at Li
ma, has boughtTHiRepubli.
can paper at Celina, In order
personally to wage war on the
DeJincnta of theFillh district.
Daniel should calm h.s per
lurbed spirit by an application
of water to bis head, allowed
to remain "iifficiently long to
Toledo Democrat.
The trouble was that Dan
didnVown - a "bankanTj " the
O. S. Journal.
The Treasury Ring.
. It Is amusing, to see the
interest the 1 Treasury Ring1 is
taking in this coming election.
They are dilligent, in .season
and out of season. Men who
like shuttle cocks play forward
and back from one office to an
other, are dilligent in trying to
earn the. lasting gratitude . of
let heir fellows by doing dirty
work, so that if they can not,
by statute, hold one office for
ever, they can forever drop
from one to other, and thus re
main for ever an item in thn
long list of bills payable by
the tax payers of the county.
Loffan Republican.
House Burned.
The ' house of Mathew D.
Wolf, of Starr Township, was
burned to the ground on Mon
day night ot last week. Most
of the household goods were
saved. The fire is supposed to
have-been the wcrk of an in
cendiary, as the wood shed and
coal house were nearly burned
up before the fire was discover
ed, and as there had been no
fire in either place for several
months, it looked natural that
they were set on fire for re a
sons best known to the perpe
trators. Mr. Wolf loses about
$4,000, partly insured.
A Good Joke.
The Commissioners paid $116
for law books, then paid a com-
mon'peltifogging lawyer $135
to tell them what the law is.
The people elected the Com
missioners to transact the bus
iness of the county, and it is
supposed they can do it, with
the law before them in bla.k
and wh'te. . i
If there are auy lukewarm
Republicans 'who think their
party has done its great wyk,
and that no harm can result
n om the partial' triumph ol
the Democracy, they would (o
well to reflect that there was
no White League, until the
Democrats had carried Ohio,
ew Hampshire arid Connecti
cut. , As 8oou tlve; Southern
cut-throat. believed their
Northern lriendsv capable ol
giving them assistance, they
formed in solid phalanx to
drive the colored man from
the polls. Democratic success
emboldened them, and it Is
reasonable to assert that a
rousing Republican victoy at
the coming elections will
cause them to gornund their
arms, and accomplish a great
deaf towards the pacification
of tli ho'ith.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
William Luster and Llarrlut Masters
George II. Wceteont and Eihma
Flartloy.
BIRTHS.
At Gold's Nursery, near MoArtlmr,
Sept. 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Rlchnrd Cal
vert, a daughter.
In Mo Vrthur, Sept. 8, to Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Snyder, a 8n.
DIED.
In MoArthur. Sept. 24, of old age
ami other hflrnilties, Michael Steel.
Aped about 65 years. '
, rUMoND's, t'hotographer, t'hillienthe
eives careful attention to making cop
ies of other pioiures. Pictures may be
made as larire as life from the tiniest
icket pioture, and made in every way
satisfactory by earelul and judicious
coloring. PhotograpliBfrom nature or
from other pictures colced in the best
styles in oil, water colors, vyon, pas
tel or iuk, at rates to suit all eiroum
.rnnoe
McArthur Market.
Flonr. per sacK. T 11.50
corn Meal per bush. 70
Corn . .'. .i.1.. .75
OaU 45
Wheat Mai .10
Boana ... ..17o2.(Hl
Potatoes 6075
Dried Aprtes 1.75
Dried Peaches ... ... ...... .. 8.'a3
Timothy Seed per bush. . . . 3.75
tiover ; .... . . o o
Onions " 1.75
Hay ton
Bains, country
sugar cured
Smoked Sides...'. ;
Shoulders
.16.00al0.00
12k
:. .18
,..j:..i24
, UX
Pickled Pork..:..... .
KjTK
Butter
ttefse
Urd
Tallow
Chickens, live
Hocking Salt per bbl...
Sacks '
Vlnejjar. cider...
Whim Fish..
Mackerel
RloCoflVe
Tea
Co flee Sugar... ,.
Yellow C
New Orleans Molasses.
Sorghuua "
Syrup
Star Candles, per lb. . .
Tallow "
Soap, country per lb...
Feathers ...1.
... 8.1
.10
, 20
20
..... ' 13
..... . .08
.I... 15.25
. 2.00
.... ..' 15a 25
JJO
70
m
28
.1.00al.25
.... 12X
...J II
. .80al.00
.. 4050
' 75a.l.00
.... .20
... J5a20
6a6
' 65
Kas ....! 2.H
.Cofti, ir bua.
1 Wool ...M,"
J. B. UEIMLEIN.
UIUtiaKS & UElSLCSr,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEA R3 IN
ITALIAX AMERICAN MARBLE,
Scotch Granite,
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARTHTJH, OHIO.
HaprlsT ; ! . ..
JIERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FDBN1TUKE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthint? de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desiied.
IMltIS IIOKTOIV,
Corner of High and Locust Street!
McARTHUR, O.
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NEW F1UM.
Theiintieraiinod tiavini formed a co-pnrt-
nerahi p under the flrro uame of
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call ihesttention of thspublio U their lull
stock of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches, ,
Vest Guard und OperaVhatne
Solid Silver and IMatedWare
I.azarda and Motrin Improved Specta
cles,
FINE CUTLER! GOLD PENS, AC,
And everything kept id a
riEST CLASS JEWELEt STOEE.
!
Wed.lini rinxS and hair jewelry made to or
der, i i
Repairing of watches, clocks, and tewelry a
pecially.
NoaHarga for nirraTing goods bought si
their Htore. , . .. '
For correct time take it rrnm their chrono
meter the only one in the city.
Neit Door to 'Warner House, 66
Faint Street, Chillicotte, Oliio.
J. S. McCOMMON,
W.E.KVANS.
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Stoves, Tinware, Glass and QueenswareIooli--.'
in Glasses,; and all kinds of; EousoiV
Furnishfo:
. IJETAIL DEALER IX ' - !,
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LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
House Finislii
' Of every
Graten and Enameled Front. Ilrasa and Porcelain
KettleN, Wooden Hie ot alt Hindi.. Manufacturer of
Tin, Copper and Mieet Iron ware, both for. wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited frtim ountry dealers. ,
-SP0UTTNG, ROOFING AND EEPAIRlNCt DOSE CHEAPLY,
t-Speoial Inducements offered to those who will buy a fall Outfit
for Houselteeping. '
Call and oiiuipiire prices befure purchnsinir elsewhere. , loaf.r
nl Lai . La
And Cloth, Canvass and Paper .
In lur:re stock aud crcat varietr very
turners witauut extra cnarga.
SEEDS.
1);, M. FERRY'J
Celebrated Flower and Garden Seedc.
Assorted varieties of each inoludyig everything grown in k flower or'veetabl
garden. , , ; ui ... .ui
Paints, Oils, White Lead, Vai
nishes and Brushes just
received, at bISSON'S; ! XL
THE VALLEY
THOROUGH WORKMANSHIP.
EBE!AUWBF FINlta '
st
Fine Material Used
ut
PERFECT IN TONE AND CONSTRUCTION.
Ml
GREATEST DURABILITY,;
THE LOWEST PRICE;'
, m ' ;jii-V't i'
A higher r'eCfimroendatioh of these excellent instruments' cn'ald Yiot Vi
desired than tbe numerous testimonials from those who have used them att(i
given them the severest trials. Nothing can be superior to their lig!t,'dclicafr ,
touch, while the quality is universally admired. Every Valley Gem is not ohV
warranted lor rive years (ut is guaranteed to fire cull e J .
sallslacl Ion or to be returned at our eipense. , , ,
Send for illustrated catalogue with musio. . " :- "
; : . D. H. BALDWIN & CO.;f h iv?
;. Dealers in Pianos and Organs1, 'T11.
158 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCIMAri;o! rv"
;' J. . IIULICK,-'- ..
Agent for Vinton Conty, Hl
yy . ... : Uulhert House, McArthury Oj5"
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