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J. K. TUVVLLh, Portsmouth, Ohio.
eoMffKMi'lircniiu ui nuroMe
neuof Vjntoo county superior stock
of Dry (Ji'kiiJf 'NoiioD; do terms
t : l
..tj; j. bowers:
w. Jl ; A r i u u r, on i o.
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raaalar attention gives to th treatment
in oaiurai i.it. - -. , ...
Notlc$ to: Tchers.
THE BOAKD of School Examiners
for Visrtonj County iwilt meet at the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
ik'!lA."uAi(f 3rd! Kui4diiji'o!Miroh;
April, May, September, October and
November 'and the "1 at Baturday in
January February, Juno, JulyrAu
guaiand December, in each year. Ex-
lotions to commence at ten o'clock,
r'M. "tfatiBfuctofy evidence of good
character will be required in aJf
eases. A fee of 50 cents is required
Cf Istf from 'each applicant ' M
H'.ii. UAtt.SEdtVn) Hoard of
J.S. IiytlN; -' ) School Ex
TfflL.a:rilDUE, tl'kUi ainioera'.:
tlotfufd' Sanitary' Aftt Associa-vtntt.tiUkn.v
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or Iba Reji.f and (Jure or th Erring and Un
JJarqajtutvtaou. Principle of UttrUtiMj -
Mrrbiii.,!.. Philanthropy,' ,'- ' ,'. ..
-.Kay oaJb Errors o( Youth, and tha tali
J)ia tjfAfceYtti relation to MarriMge arid 8ouial
!Wlt.ritililVf.t''' for h lB'Ctl
feaftree, la enlJ! aVtiopaa.- iatilre,
.M fa -.'.'i ri.'c I !'" "w!-ii'.'
WARTKRr ENCAMPMENT 'i
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m, 115. 1.0. 0.T.
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uaaipment will liereeller be
i4v dhhJ n the at-cona and 'laat
a- ajMitft Monday "evening of . ear
MMh rainanuiH ol n.ilier encampmeuie
b ilcXiog tin i n are inviiwi to
Julia T. R.rna.'fl. .' ,.... .
MNahur. rVW'y J), IWO.. . . .
The Favorite Fine-Cut
ri'H'fe .heWer.' Choice,' ho Inking th
JL load oi nil other HruniU. bright in color,
pteaaant in tate, tniiitli end laming in he,
thi cobaoo poH.vuNea every qimlily lu unit
vnevera, anu ena nv me iu imuiiiu riucxei
flilly loo cheaper ier inunl, lhau any other
4runUof th winir icrmte anu iitrhHii lea
quality. ,loo huukvta r thia nclrhi died hmml
iiH Iwen Mtl'i in Llullit'uthe alone within
tht lKt two inuntha, ami ira'la fill) iniTuaa.
iug. "T.y- It " at'FfEH 4 KUAMKK
Clnllicoiliv, Ohio, are the iMHimfnc.tuiBi'
mimajnl aellattowaat Kautur) I'ncoj".
9 y eSTsware
VOPPOSITE f HE COURT HOUSE, ,
;V,,"M ii7," fjixr yinm ,
VUIIjLICO THE, OHIO,
I xVIT&i ho attention nfineri'hnnUantl Too
Imofinen to the lHrte alork of Hie kIhiv ar
a-le4i'rei'eivel. kVu Mr ill mil ul t . rry
lowm rlifKiea to the IihiIh. Uriirra xiIiciIpiI
nl uroniptly ntteiiilrii o. tiiil
' AGENTS WANTEDI
40 aelK Mrct to cmumm,' h r. tiaoVKnnw IM n(a
. , ' ' OF 'I II K
f ARMth'S MOVEMENT
By J. Periam, jnitor Woi-lprn Ftiirnl, fhlcacn
Kynmp.lete and rrlinMH. Written tip (o Jmiuary.
fTI 8 i.ri;inil iHirtrnita; I"'1 ulrn-r eiirH
"VhistH. iTrhi jjrt'iit woru ih hw in price uart
mi'iuQ bn Ibutuattdi , . or tfrin. tprriltirv, el..,
arl.iie K. rlANNAK"HI 4 CO., Puhlishcri.,
II. W 4th t, (Vriijhiiinli.
tret.hii I'li-lirfl Po'noe t.f iiuinwd on
lr FerfiHln' work ia lull, aullwrilutim. and
ijilol'iia.t hv lh Klcnl leader. Aiint ollter it.
r C ' jones;
flEL ESTATE AGENT
Wrltonrt li-tol C, O.
;; KE.iL EST tTEk
JJotfgtti Sold and Exchanged
flilUT BAltflAiTs IS I AND 3.
A BABE OH AS OS TO BUY A HOME
"i'tiE fr.llnbiha I.imI Kill be' o(. Id ob
fl V tidotmUti tenii ac lo incut :
Acres' of land
fuaim County, West Va,
Wi 2 ib.Ua 01' EAiLK Ai
4 filler From Mate Capital
o4nty Rod Bubs lhroui Trace
TNBrABMINU LAMD WITU
PLENTY OF I90N ORE.
fl .. Ill ! .V I I.- i ' I' ' ' .'
WECfc watered! About M cre leareif.
Oood Iraine hmii. mu-1 oiit huihiinRK.
Tifniier mpinr, walnut, oak, ah, hickory
. , "rpit' perfect.
l erm toir. Call fooa.
t 1 9 ! 'I' '"'"'I,
gAAACREi' ot lis, timber' land, near ftie
IjUJh C. B. R. Th liniti-r WIH' mare
than par fpr the land II put up in the nieraet.
Title perreui. ror lull Utwcripuon cull upon
or write ( B.C. JtiNKrt.
Agl TTITflIN milecf h M.4C. R
f-iii VT K. I he tattil cj)DtiD. Ml hit
llfifjlurty acre uleaieti. rair improve
H.eDta. A )toid coal ben open and
working. feet -bey upnl.Kwr .ihyp.
lJAcrey jn &tihn loirrbji,
GOOD timber land, well watered and near
1 U parle. l.
Wtllb aoldlow. . '8dee
UJ I . M-r .A , ; .
yf wraw?i vwroitqe) fniare)
nam ar --now JJTT 'Hl.imffl H l-"d4
mnai c 'raui Jai iaa idartg SJ
intraas aqi jo vd ll mofl ntvMw
tm,m.mtv tMtllr1 V
3 N I TJ 1 1) 0-0 SI 3 11 1 0
m , at a sliLtel 4i iav TnSt FkTI
fll VINTON RECORP
illolal Organ of Vinton Count.
The Viktom Reoo aewnpaper and
job offioe ia for aale at barj;aio to a
cuah buyer. Apply to or addreaa
JOHN T. RAPER, McArthur, O.
WHERE the MONEY WENT!
WHERE the MONEY WENT! Where the Money goes!
The JEnouirer attedDted.lasl
week tp break the force ofrfir
article on extravagance, f as
wl as the force of Jones
speech, by show iug that Jones
received from the county $105
lor Borne four criminal teases.
Jonesy, eayd this is; correct ex
cept that .DoUadvtay was as
sietaat attbritey, and .received
half of the Uendricks fee. This
allowance is made by the
Court, onjhe theory thai the
(Jodr't knors Vat1 tbeSvbrk Is
worth, "and that is all there' is
of it. i 'The Eitquirer can't side
ti'ack'o'n'aqy sucti'lhing as this;
it don't ' explain - where the
mofiey goes to;'' does no ex
plain the fact, that all over the
county '.party favorites have
been paid large sums of money
out of (be public treasury, for
mere trfling benefits and in
some cases no benefit at all.
TVke the $150 paid Cozad J"or a
ct'riain pel job on ' the road
west of Allensville. ' Every fair
man in Uiat community knows
that tjiat was a' huge lraua.'-rf
There) was not ovt $50 worth
of ft ork per ornied nod (hat
vi'ork was bo miserably done as
to be worthless, yet it cost the
taxpayers $150. , ... .
It i don't,., explain the. $300
paid to Gilman, .Ward & Co.,
favorites lor moving a little
old irauie burn on the poor
larm, the actual rost of .which
was less thiih $100. ",
' I( don't expluiti the lact that
uny member of the ring in the
etiunly who wants to make a
raise, has only to hunt up some !
Iiridge with a plank out or u
idle dirt washed away trom
t lie approaches, ' or some such
ittle job, ami it he happens
to be an active worker in some
township lie can gel a job at
ten or twenty timeB what the
work ii viorll),or what it will
gosi., , ....
The truth is the ring and
iheir supporters- mu3t be fed,
and the laxpa.vers must fool
the bills. What the people
want is honest intelligence in
. fDce, goorj faith in the admin
istration of public affairs m
ifgrity and ' economy and
these ihlngs are what Vinton
county has . had but little, it
any ot, in the last eight or ten
t ears, hence we pay enormous
taxes, and have no'hing (or our
money, except a bankrupt
treasury auI a Court house
treasury ring. , ! ', !l; .'.-.
VOTE FOR KALER.
''. IJeia a model a man
who nfvVr laf Je in the dinchargt
oft,I'W t fficial ,dunV. and . who
never chnreen ilttgH fees. -
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The'"Eiiquirer-." call"' tiWfSn
everybody to- vole. ir Vance
on account of ! Bund's ,flrin 1
ciftl ftrlnciplfP. i We jtiva -a
Rhori ?xir ict on the firbt pngel
roi Bijii(i.yV epefcll iif'Uon
iresa ,ori the quVslio,n ! 'of mon
y; ' Read il tind ' then ask
lieef .iJundy I dpea !not, .'un!
-lerorand ' the' interests - of his
consUiuentSj ' MV'e, kp'ow .1 our
people will not 'exchange re
Ijiible '.'man'.- likV,,:Buiidy who
imderatanils the-wants of th
peopl'and has the' brains ' to
W'ork' dut the1 'Jeaq'ijestiohri ol
the. ,;dyii'ilur. ann adveniurer,
wflrV-'has "lo'tabe Gary' around
tfnd'BrJe4itfnr."'', ;'"' "' '
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II fha I'u Ira Maii
iVrHl, ,1 TnJt,.., ' .;u -
once '.orWtceh (atls.injLe
.iilnl lihakvA ha io-.iiU ruiwit
Query. Come, candid Cary, come.
acnaenta uaerted si IkUr Mleee.
ir n ".nil .- i . ?i -ii "
Query. Come, candid Cary, come. The Big Show.
- Our: readers " wiU ' obsehi
that, we have devoted.' a con
siderable space of t bis week's
Isbue to the. advertisement i of
i he great European Z oIngic'al
Association,' ' Museum,' Royal
Coliseum EWorld's Congress of
woodertapd (Jlgantio Circus;
a c'omblnalioV exceeding " in
magnitude any thing in the
show line ever seen n Vinton
county. As Mc Arthur has not
had its quota 1 of 1 shows this
summer it is probable that the
abo ye( nbouncemeo of; ; big
show coming wilj rreate a gen
eral excitement, but when we
can assure ouf resdurs that tie
European shdw' stands al the
bead ot the list," the success ol
the establishment here is in
sured". -Everywhere this' eon
cern is highly spoken of as it
has taken, a . new, departure
and presents many attractions
that are '-quite-' novel i a'nd
unique. jThfl ! t0,
thousand dollar steam musical
instrument yclept, the wonder
lul Operouicon will be an erJi
tii e new feature to the cltizenB
ol VmlQu county. ; , ,
Let every Republican
vote be polled. Therein
vote be polled. Therein lies the road to victory.
Do not presume that
everything is going just
so at any rate. Every
vote is needed. Tuesday,
October 13th, is
How It Is To Be Done.
The old stager ho is groom
ing the Democratic candidate
lor Sheriff has a new one for
this year. On the morning of
the election a'rurnorftf to bu
started at one point that Ka
ler's.freu'B are cutting on
Barnhill, and then at another
point, a rumor is to be started
lhai Barnhill V (riends are cut-
ling, on Kaler; then the "deep
ly interested," are to be in' for
revencina; the parties cut on,
so tli tl in the outcome the Re
publicans will deleat them
Now, we say that Hie sever
al candidates on our tickets are
honorable men; (here will be
no swapping or trading, and
when those rumors are started,
mark them as the miserable
dirt ol the ring masters on the
oiher side; pay no attention to
them, but woik for the enlire
ticket; one fnan has the same
right to honorable treatment
thai another has, and we are
satisfied that there will -be
nothing unfair done
VOTE FOR TAYLOR.
An tificient, intelligent, and
capable man. "
One of the. strong points to
lo be made by the Democracy,
is to fl ng some lalsehood at e tch
candidate on the Republican
ticket, and have a man at the
polls on Tuesday morning ready
lo circulate l as 'hough it had
just been discovered. L ok
out for these lie.-!. You have
eeeti the,, thing played before.
We understand ' that the' Dem
ocratic committee has a, nap,
f3 thing, we should say) ready
10 go to fach township to stay
all day .V Wn at story each is to
i ell we have not learned b'il
we guaranty tiiey will each
have something, wunderfull
Send theiu home. -.
r While Merlin .was j eurperin
lending. ije . Infirmajry, farm,
why di I n't he hire a half dozen
uTb'afid a"' lew yokes' ot". oxen
and move the old stable on the
larm instead ol paying' $300
lor; ihej j;fjf; :;Any sharp;f lar
uier in the com ty could ;uave
done Uij job in ihr.eei jda.vs. tor
30 ,or . i40 dotlir.but ,w,tA4.
people, puul $300. Ia thalwueie
, :Vb, leaf u, that H itvey .Wells
Was arrested one day last week
a htune chitrge. relating to. jae
sinyingOiitrB:D)otRa.o U tit
a.-t-u .- ...'
uuuu i u.. iFt.riit:o
for examination. Mon-
day came, and Wells came, but.
the complainant came not, aud'-
.1 Hii ) a I ii T
When oil go'tb he polls next
Tuesdayn do; notf tcrgef these
things. (Jeorge Kaler served
his Country three years in the
ranks, for poor pay and little
thanks, standing wjlb ha body
between you and the draft or
invasion. "Every one of hi
comrades, officers and privates)
testify- to his eoorage and' de
votion, and all are working for
hirp as though be were a broth
er. The'' army, as any soldier
will teir you, was the place lo
sift 'out a man's true character.
What that character Is their
earnestness for1 his election
testifies cloud f - .ban .words,
lie has "served"' (me te.r'm and
has maintained bis reputation,
rfaid V. promlneni Democratic
attorney not long since:
"(Jeorge Kaler has always done
the? .fajrtji t h'gT 111 e .ha i ' trans
acted all his business prompt
ly and fairly and has made the
had id Vinton "county." Con
duct whicli ivrings suchi testy
iiiouiHiB irom political oppo
nent is most worthy of endorse
ment by re election. . . ;,;.'
SaID a promineut Elk town
Bhip Democrat the other day
-e-ohe who has ' bad an oppor
tunity to get a glance beLind
the, scenes "j hav6 1 seen
enough, to convince me thai tht
interests'' of Yhe people of " (hi
c?uty would be rlet conserved
by having an entire chunye iu
the financial and business man
agement of this coun(y.' .This
is the testlmony of a prominent
Democrat who has examined
for himself. ,: Vote for Brown
and Barnhill. , , .. -,
Our paper goes to prefs at
the usual time.v The. Enquirer
ol this week is so overburden
ed. with' )ies; that -for pr'udn
lial reasons it is held back be
yond, its day of ; publication so
its falsehoods may not be re
luted. The! people will know
how to treat the assertions of
a sheet w Inch is compelled to
resort to -end) tactics to pre
vent exposure. , "
Democratic Compliments to
Jt is quite a complimenty' to
Buudy that Vanco and his
friends admit that he is una-
ble to meet him on the stump,
and is compelled to hire one
of the best speakers in Ohio 'o
pit, agaiiiHt him, Cary, unlor-
tunaiely tor Vance, don't leavf
his brains in Vance's; charge
when he goes away. ;
. .ft, i. ..
Cuas. Sphouse, was shot in
tfie face last Saturday night, at
Uamden, by one Harper. Liar,
per was arrested and held to
bail. The evidence tended to
show that the shooting was
in self-defense. As the' mat
ter will be inquired into; by
the courts, we will nOt, com'
ment.;" ,'. ',;'. ' ' ' .'
We are kepi busy in our job
department, and are giving Vx
cellent '..satisfaction to out
many customers is lo kind ami
quality of work. Bring alone
your job printing; satisfaction
in quality aud price gaarun
t ed. ' ' " ' ' ' '
. The followhjt is a list of lot ;
ters remaining in the postofiicf
at .'Htrih'irOci. lsi: " V:
'Jf''Fr'ieJeborn, .MIsS Lettie
Kaler, Miss Maggie Sbanahm,
Bundy! J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Vnm tor John W. Brown for
Cammissiqner, the interests xf
fiW bounty 'denttnd th'aVlfie
Boar? dO -not all IWlong1 o one
people, eteF truerlo the peo
.tor. 1 1 ji
. Vo T'r, PowdJ Magee "and
6trng, ihe Antf-nnrcanai
' ' Wic! nuhliah' .'. at' isupnement
this week luRaof - ihe moBi'inj
ii WO R TH DO I ll,G
' UnftTVl ID
J. a. UEIMLEIN.
M A XOFACTU BE RS OP AKD DEA
And all Kinds 1 of LTotmmenW and
, Tombstones, "I-" '
I: i have just manii-
factured and. am now
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offering at lowest pri
ces; ur full stock of all
suited to this market.
, I , willrmanufacture
to order arivthiner de
sired in my line. 1
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Locust Streett
i c"w ?
Theiindemigneil having formed a oo-part-neiship
under the Arm uaine of j
McCOMMON & EVAKS;
Call the attention of the pnblic to their tull
fll(. ' !1 . ."tookof ..
Ladies' and, Gents' Gold and
Vest Guard tntd OperaChalne
Solid Stiver and IMa'tedWare
Lczanu and Morrla' Improved Spectii.
FINE t'OTLERI GOLD PENS, AC,
'. ' And everything kept in a
riEST CIrA33 jLKyTtOSE,
Wedding rit and hair jewelry made to or.
Kepa'riqg ot watches, clocks, and leaelry a
ipeeiHlty.- j - .
.Noehaige nr anraving jionda lioiight ft
Iheir More. ' - '
Kor correct lime lulte it from tlttir chrodo
metrthe only one in the city, .i f .
Next Door to Warne)1 Tlonae,; 6fi
,, Paint Street. Cbillicothe", Ohio.
" J. . mpcommon,;
' WiE. EVANS.: -Tmyl7
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'5't.vi f r-H
aaa 71 V)
aS sf - o .
wo " m
if 4 Jtt-btir.-ci
m M J
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.Ii SW 'kiTft iM'&Tl
H. A. BIGGINS.
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hi t ..rj'-r.i.Wtt TT-i
HURRAH FOR THE CHEAp.STORt
t: ;irA.3x)Eir, Ohio: -
v y I. AV ara now receiving our aeoonJ atock of '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
bonptit at bankrupt aala. , r' 4 ' '
" Never before have we been able -to offer such induceracnU to ttie irade i
now. .. i , . ' ' ' '
The pilea of (roods daily eoM prove these facta, ttiat We sell more KoohW
that we aell goods cheaper that; . . , , . . .t
. . 4
Celling more we ran niTbrd to sell .cheaper.
tbao wjy atore In Vinton county. ' .
We eell the beat brand of flnnnel eer a.ild in this country, wnrranterl
equal to any home made flant.el; try it and ynu will be convinced. ..We bavv
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION.1
Men, youth and bnva of all aiiea and acea will find ir eftmpMe eutfU at oor
arore, Clnthlne, llootn and hoen a apecialtf. The qunlity andetyle
are unavrpaaaed. 1 be prt e or our 'ioodn are below all competition. ' In fact.,
no mutter what you want to buy we cn anre ynu, our anpri.r advantage ft
buyinjr alone for caah enables ua to sell you a better' article forleis money
tban you can purchase in any market. t - . i
., R. S. & J. W. WILCOXr
EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE!
v .. . . . ;,. ....
Wilkesvillej Vinton Co., Ohio,
HAVE fitted up their tiew and oommidious sttre runrn in superb stylo ep N
neither time or money to rentier it equal in arcliitectprul etyle to tiii
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their foruier.stook of DrilJ;
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff", Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, m
which they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Toba
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices fur cash. . ,.. '
THE BROKE U'S OFFICE,,
will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and p.
per discounted. , i j
.' ' In connection with the Medical Department will be eetablibbcd a
in d Sinai
for the better treatment of all ehronic and eu gicnl diseaaes and deformJtiow
under a corps of direoto-rs who will employ nothing but first-class medioal t'l
ent as operatives in the Institute. , i . r- i f
Patients can be accommodated aftor the first of October with boftrJIrV,
lodging and nnraing at rates far below what can be aCTorJed at similar irf;.
tiitinna in the cities, and as good medioal attendants as can be procured aty
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, look
ing Glasses, and all kinds of House
, Furnishing Goods. , 1
J S. EEU3HE 3KT,
.,:d; ';V- '' , TZ . '; "S)M:
LAMPS AND LAIP FJXTUItES
' .' . Of every description . . '. .: :!.' .: ?
Crates and Enameled Front. Ilrnis and I'orcelalrt
KellleM, Wooden Ware ot all Kinds. Manufactuicr or
Tin, Copper and beet Iron ware, both dft- Wholesala and retail
trade. Orders-solicited from' amntrv
&-8P0TJTTNG, ROOFIHa AND REPAIRING DONE CHEAPIT.
lrSpecial Inducements offered to those who. will Tony a full Outfi
for Housekeeping. " 11 ' :
Call and cotnpure price before phrcbin elawhere. , ; . lbapr . y
m mm h pm i
n;n7 (;,... n
m a m i .
Fine Material Used In ManufactUrei
PERFECT IN TONE
.GREATEST ! DURABILITY; j
I- A higher recommendation of these,
rlABirarr tharl the numerous tMtimoinala
iiiven therd'the aetereat trialn. Nothing
touch, while she quality iNUnivermllv
warranted lor nve jr-ars out
ll..,.kl..n''...V.. I.. um.iuJ .1 ml
Bend Tor illustrated eataloKoe with
r. , ti n
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!:';r::;"A ' ;::..''v.v Dealors
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y. . ) j. .lc
DEALER IN' '
dealer. ...... i . . i'
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.il.t.'!r -A. ve:!T
excellenl InirUnmenta: ceold aol
fmm those who, have used them am.
ekh he siiferior to their liiht, deltcato
admired. ;Eerj alley .Oetn,!. not onff
ia Kiiarauieu lejiTeruiuv
HI,KU. 1"' ' ' ' '-
mnaia ,fir .(ii; , )J Lti v-llfc.il
T.TvwTxr tr nr.
in Pianos and'Orgji,Vn9
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i. . JjhS 't Bglbsrt Hdois, MoArta vt9.
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