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SPECIAL NOTICES.
..J, tf. TOWhLL, Porumomh, Ohio,
offen to the'' Merchants and Furnace
meu or Vinton county, a auparior stuck
of Dry tluods And Notion, on terms
, the moat favorable. lveptiy
ru. BOWERS,
.Mc Arthur, Ohio.
Partietilar attention givtn M Ihe treatment
lh a.lnr.l
Notice to Teacher.
THE BOAliD of School Exnminert
rlor Vfotoa Count; will meot at the
Union School Huoae, in MoArthur, on
. the Jm t& 3rd toturduye of March,
April, May, .September, October and
Jnoveniber; and the let 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 5U oenta ia required
Tiy law from each applicant
l M. It. HA It. Erf Ch'n ) Board of
J. . lHJUN. Uctu.ol Ex-
: L. OPEKL'UE, LTk, ) tminers.
tloward Sanitary' Aid Asuocia-.
..- , i01lt
for In Relief aad Curaol th Erring and Da
J f, (brjiuut,o Prinailee of Uhriatiaa
i. . o,i .-.Philanthropy.
Xaeay on th Error of Voulh. and the fol
ii of Ak, u relation to Marring and Souia)
,KiU. with itaniiMiy aid for tha atttieled
riant free, la Muled, eovelopea. Adilraa,
HaVn6A4RoOU'l'10N, Boa P, Plvwl
eh, l'a. i.
WARTHR 1 ENCAMPMENT
-. NO, 115, 1, 0. 0. F,
' T? El'I'AR Meetinjt.orthi. En
yr-'-Tt. lv-'Riiiimeiit will hereafter be
'K2Srl'"ld un the aecond and Inat
. rHrmi Manday evening of each
tenth. pMUiHtt'li oi oilier -min'ninii.
Vlio may be flailing on i in are invited to
attend.. PAKlbllylUUN.C.P.
Johsi T. R, 8.
MuAftuur, u'v 17. 1870, ,
The Favorite Fine-Cut
ft l! hewVra' ihuue, ia no inking the
X lend o. hII i.tlier ItruDda. IfHghl in color,
pleaaantin lade. loiili and lei-liny lurlirx,
thia MilHuaii pouMta.en every qunliiy fu unit
vhewera, and ella I.) the 10 .i.und bui'ket
fully I0ocheier per pound, ihiiu any oilier
brand of Ihe aame uraile and ,.erhii. lea
M"ul)l. lOUliuvkelKollhiacelaiiiHied hrnnd
liav be.n-aohl In t iiillit-otlie alone willnn
Ilia Ual 10 month., Mild Inout Mill ini-reaa.
lug. "Try 14" fcCU-dirrfcU a KKAMKK
Uliillicnihc, Ohio, are the Manufacturer'
ageti,aiid will alio t.l rautort frivea.
iUuuiy U7-I
UYE'tii MACKEY.
'opposite thecouhi house,
;;' C7. rAix'i yjni:r.
CHJLL1 CO THE, OHIO,
IVlTKiho aliention ol meri'lianla and fur
uiweiiieu to III" lare alo kol Hie HlHive ar
I .-lux jiikl rm'eii'ed. iV Kill .ell ml r very
Jowi.i Hifurea lo ll,e rHile. Uidt-r. a. lii'iipd
ink urumplly utteiioed .0.. Miiil
... .AGENTS WANltD!
To iirH k vtunnner$,' h Guhukphw or
TUE AUlllUKl'lAlIVK HIo'lUllY
' - I'K'lHh
FARMth'S MOVEMENT
Ry J. IVrimn, .-Hiilnr Weiern llnral, " i-aio
fi'impleie end n luilile. U'riiUH j to Jnuanty.
IH7 a i.il..iii,,l mirtruliKi nn other enM
viog. " I'hi gi eni work i lum HinVuud
W tug by IhtfHMiimli, or tel ln. It-mhirt , el.!..
.l.h- h. HANNAK"lil' CO., rulmVllcre,
17" W ttli t, Cineiniiali.
OA VTIOX.- I nit nor work , mn t iximpilulioHt.
reiving pur.ed in not It nn o"ii on.
Mr Perrmin'a work i mil. amkoriiuiir: anil
oodoread hv the (reHl Inmli ra. A'nu olUtt U.
II C. JONEt?,
, ATTOBNEY AT LAW,
AEL tSTATE AGENT
McAilbitr, Vlniou Ct, O.
: r E A lTsst k TE '
Bought. Sold and Ixchanged
GREAT AEGAiuS IN LA&D3.
.A BABE CHAHOTj BUT A HCME
'H8 Ml'",,n'li'nd aril' iie'aolii low on
X nnaoniible lerm ae lo i Hinui t
576 ACRES OF LAND
'' ' -is- '
Putnam County, West Va.
TflTHlH 2 MILbb 01 2.A1LE j AU
24 Billet From Mate C apital
County BoadBuns'ihrontfb. Trace
PINE FARMli LAND WITH .
PLENTY 'OF '.HON ORE,
TfrJLti wntrrd. About 24 anm
f T do
laitiirl I ru ina hniidai un ntil . I.ii I ill naia
1'imrr DDnir. wuliuit. omIc. ah. huknrv
nd IocukL
Title Perfect.
The entire I met or ona-nall will b aold
"VERK l.u.
1 rrm (air. Ckllaooo.. - .
2uriH7 H. C. lOtitA.
i .
tOArsEI n" timber land, near Itie
IZUMAC. R. R. Ihe limber will more
Than pay (at the land il put ui in the merket,
Tula perfect. For lull deeenpnon call upon
or write to U.O. JuNK.-H.
Jhrl V1TBIN 'Aniltet 'ne M.AC. R.
ijiaiiB IT R The larm centaina rOaerea
lortjr aorea cleared. Fair improve
"iiieDI. A good coal bank oprnand
workiog. f)t feet beet eoal. Fvrtaierbeap.
. ...
120 Acres in Harrison Township,
GOOD timber land, well watersd and near
the railroad.
Till perfe.-l.
Willb fold low. 18Heo
B.O.JONES.
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" "jf 'oojaoj jnnq3 lain
WWJH krV JJTTO 'BOiimTa t p"dy
mtu 82 'rW "9 Spd idmwsCI
Xatraos n ;o tvnd iw mag tuvfttHy
BiaiiMWj q) jvpiaiK) A4dMoaep M4 puss
waattwwj aawa w tn aiTd w l 'ni tl y
Rkwjr) ) nq towp una aql tn mqdBg qi
anOV U3A3d UOd
HtJiNinO-oiioNia
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IrTiliWi!imij'k1Mii!i
1 J oifwa. a nMtv f7".l i IT" ui.iiri. a Bmoca
J J 1 "mmH IVimm,'wIi IVn Llrt, nlU( r any mu.- I
1' dttanet IWM lUot hf-. Tea Fr-ru-.SJI
mmmrn i mwm ww., w BMwr,iw
Kiw Twk
THE VINTON RECORD
Omolal Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FUR SALE.
Tha Vutoii Bkcord newepaper and
job office ia for sale at a bargain to a
cub buyer. Apply to or addreaa
JOHN T. If A PER, 0.
RAILROAD.
NOW OR NEVER.
people are on i new
railroad project, which needn
only 'aliule energy and liber
ality to win. The M. & 0
U.tilroad Company will run
theii trains to MoArthur if we
will build the road Irom Dun
das. Ii will not cost . much
iuoiie but what it will cost
tuujt be forihcoming. Many
ol our citizens sub-cribed lib
erally to Ihe U MoA. & U road
and do not leel like atain sub-
ecribinjj; ; but many ol our citi
zens have uot done tlx ir whole
duly In this mailer. Many per
sons say it ihe road u lo be
built, H will be built 'without
my two ort three hundred dol
lars.' In this new enterprise,
eat h ought (0 leel that his $50
or $100 in import&ut, und meu
ol means, men who lia've real
estate in town aud adjoKilntr it
should take hold of ih matt'er
at once. Mr. King, of the M
& 0. road, is in earnest, or he
would not have ordered an en
gineer here to mane an estimate-but
Mr. King is a buai
ness man, and will noi spend
much lime in "nonseusiug"
about i lie matter.
The light of way should be
at once secured. There will.
we trust, be no trouble ubout
this. The old line was so
worked that about all Ihediim
age has been done that can bn
done to Die (arms through
abich it p.isse. txi-ept a lew
iots neur town. We learn thai
ome ol the land owner tff r
ihe iiIu ol way free of charge
and we leel ceriam, no nmn on
tlie line will be disposed to be
hard ab ,ul a inuer ol title
hind.
Lei us Ihen go to work in
e.in esi n I nave ihe ir.iin l re
by (. hiirtmas at lai lhesl. .
Men sinned now show a pub
In- t-p lii it 1 1, ere in nut public
"pirn m .lum. Lei us nut sit
down and vail lor somebody1
else in do the work. All will
be bent fit led in pitipi-riion lo
their wealth aud business. All
then should pay in pioporiion
lo their wealth and business.
"Time Id money," is an old ad
age, bin ii won'i buiid u rtil
road. We have tried it. Liie
is tt.o short to txperimenl lar
tber In that vay. Subi-cribe
!airiv,act ording to your means,
and pay according to your sub
scripiion. A "cheerlul giver'
is a good ihing in a commu
nity. Push the project, lo com
pletion. I
A Heavy Farmer.
J li. Murt.n, "R,ng" Coin
uiioioiier, while eupt-rin tei'tling
the builil ngof the Ii.fiiuiHry at
2.50 per ilay ami mileiige, had
a large amount of brush cut on
ani laim, Nod ordered it to be
hauled to the railroad bed und
burned there. A practical sen
eible farmer would have burned
icon the faim, thereby enriching
the soil im-tead of wasting this
valuable fertilizer. Mr. Martin
evidently needs enlightening on
the agricultural value of manure.
But so we go, aud will go until
we cait secure, honest and capa
ble men to manage 'the public
buaiuess of the people of Viuton
county. This may be regarded
as a small matter, but it is in
keeping with larger transactions.
G. W. Shockw, Jos. B. Will.
and Jacob Cook Lave been here
the past week, from Washing
ton, D.C., visiting friends. They
contributed their votes in secur
ing the land from the ruiuoos
grasp of the ', Democracy last
.Tuesday. They will return again
next Satui day. ' ' ' '. r " '.
A srjHVKY haa been made by
the B. & O R. R. between here
and JduArthur statlou. .
TiitBK are manv
wIia av't
read whu kuow A Bce aeea.
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MUCH REJOICING.
What Will Come Of It.
We aro rather please'd than
otherwise with the rejoicing of
the Democracy. Il does ui
some good to see ethers happy.
Uope, in others, rather inspires
us, and on the whole, we. are
feeling inclined to be merry
and would be merry, bat some
how, we see n dark: back
ground to the picture. We are
aware the Democrats of . Ohio
are about as much surprised as
as any party ever was, and not
only so, but they are somewhat
embarrassed. They art already
alraid the next Congress will
be . Democrat io. They know
that with plane and power
comes responsibility. What
will be the result or the party
coming in to power, puzzles the
wiiest of them. They don't
know how the country will fare
in their hands, lor ihe wisest ol
them, have no idea what would
be the policy of a Demncratio
Congress. On finance. Senator
Thurman is lor contraction, and
numediute return to eDecie
payment. Less currency but
the "World's Currency" is ffhur
man's key note. Thurman is
the brains of the Ohio Democ
racy, the one man, who stood
firm amid the clamor ot the
wis by-washy ones about Gree
ly ana glory. Thurman is not
only the brains of the Ohio
Democracy, but a strong man
lu the nation, with strong back
ing. But there is a cNmor
about more greenbacks, aud
large portion of the Democra
cy are pleasing themselves
with that rattle-tickling them
selves with that straw. While
Thurman 6tands committed to
resumption ol specie payment
ut an early day, the exhaustion
'bis talk and resolve, declare
and boast ol what they will do
toward m iking money plenty,
so that no man can conjecture
whether the D'Hincru-y as a
party, is m lavor or more or
less pap-r currency.
Leaving the currency thus in
beautiful uncertainty, thev
Come to iMlioiutl hunk. sort
they loudly proclaim their in
tention to te ir up or tear down
the national banking system,
and to provide in some wav
(Heaven only knows bo) to
lo I lie imiiiHuse business ol the
country without the National
Banks, and in lieu of their bilU
io issue non iix ilile green
backs. At ihe same time a
larae.prtion ol the parly are
hi ravor" of the present bankum
svslem and in-isi on more bank
mg currency. But wuh'all this
muddle the tariff question,
Comes lull in their lace. Tariff
lr revenue alone means Free
Trade, they know it. They
know to that the wool growing
interests, the iron interests,
and various other interests,
must uff r if the tariff is ar
ranged so (bat it wijl produce
revenun without incidental
nroleciion, which issimplv tar
Iff on articles we can't produce
auoh as lea, coffee, cpices. etc.
They know it is a question of
deep interest to our people and
they are to an extent interest
elm allowing the tariff act to
remain unchanged But their
plpdzes are out to be redeemed
What will they do? Then cornea
the payment or duties on im
ports in paper money this
compels the payment of the
interest on fhe national debt
with paper money or the pur
chase of gold at such prices as
go!d gamblers may demand.
Then comes the promises to
the people that the londs thall
be taxed, and thie in violation
of the contract. So much for
pledges and promises of the
Democracy. What a beaoti
lul "out-looH!' for the busines
man! Let tha tariff be' taken
off ol i imported : goods Iron,
wool, etc. etc and placed . on
tea, coffee, spices, etc. etc, and
Kfere 'are our lurnaces and
tricing mills; . where are' onr
wool growing communities!
What becomes of our bnin-s8
men, generally I - .What of the
laborer! Now we do not pre
tend la helipVA :iht h n . rt f
- - - r
will do one half the things its
I
ji-
leaders promise or itsresolrf
tioni declare; but Wd do believe,
that there is enough in the
matter to put business men on
their guard, lo make tbetd can
tious, and hesitating. We do
believe, that men who have
money will be alow to Invest
it in any enterprise, an men
who have money invested will
draw it out as rapidly at possi
ble. We are no prophet, but we
ee the uncertainty; w have
heard the dtclarations of the
party; we know enoigh of
business and political economy,
to judge of some things; we
take it that businessmen act
in a common sense way. One
halt the resolutions of the De
mocracy, carried into eflett.
will ruin the business oi the
entlr country; we belieie bu
iness men so reiranl It. io.I w
think thai they will act iccorU
iueu who votea io taae
ihe affnrs ol the government
out of the control of tte Re
publican party: to Dlace them
m- the' control oi the
Democracy, did so without
anv .narant .rt.le ,n.
the future, excepl.the loose as
surances given by tie lenders
of the part.v; and as to what
would be likely to come of it,
all was doubt and darkness.
The darkness is upon us; un
certainty, which alone checks
enterprise, is met on every
hand. We are not playing, nor
are we disposed to play
"alarmist" but, if beiore the
opening spring, some of the
men who voted lor Mr. Vance
on the theory that bis election
would be the dawn of 'a new
era a kind ol financial uaillen
ium oV no!- see and feel the
pinching of "herd times? then
we will be most 8?e?ably sur
prised Nothing can fava us
but a strict observance of well
settled rules. But we have no
:nrr:.::,ir',j:i,Lc.!,:l.e,McccKMON
..... " wvu.wiis vv nuuw
not what Ihe- Democracy will
d; we believe the less they
do the better, anj we believe
an PeRuinnce they would do
nothing would do more to
strengthen the people's confl
deuce in I lit fiiiHiwes of I ha
country limn nn) thin? vhe.
Thf ttuih tf the matter is,
the Dt tnociacy has no settled
plan or theory of niiiiiaiiing the
Kovernuient, or its finances
The, have tmly grumbled and
complained of the Repulili
cans, never once euirgeoliiu
nu t thing in lieu of the Ilepub
lican policy, have and except
that il they were mice in power
everybody would be rich and
hapoy. How we are to bi come
so prosperous is yet as uncer
tain as the vogue dream of the
enthusiast. ,
It is a very pretty Ihing tn
aostire Ihe people that Ihe plac
ing ol a party in power will in
sure their prosperity and hap
piness, but when the people
rely upon the bare assertion ot
party leaders and political
Mumpers,they majflnd that the
realiz-iiion of their hopes pans
out very thin.
We await such changes as
may come; while dreading the
ch-inge we still hope lor the
best.
t Wa will aeod the Record and the
Cincinnati Oaaette to aubecribers one
rear (nr l 2h
McArthur Market.
Flour, nnr uoi-v
$1.R0
tJorii Meal per bush
meai per ousn. 70
M .
v 40
IMal.lo
uorn
Oitta
Wheat
Beans 1.2fi 160
Potatoed 6078
Dried A pries..... v .75
Dried Peaches , jm)
Timothy Seed per bush.... 3.75
Clover .. e.7
Onions .... 1.00
Hay ton . ........ ...15.00a20.0O
Llama, country 12U
" snjrar cured .13
Smoked Sides ; '. lau
Shoulders 12W
Pickled Pork g.lu
Kggs jo
Butter 35
Clerse .20
Lard
15
Tallow
.08
Chickens, live
Hocking Salt per bbl
Sackl
18.25
.. 8.00
lsaas
Vinegar, cider.
JO
70
wnite risn....
Mackerel .
.10
28
Tea.... .....l.ooal.aa
iv 1 u uiure...
.23
ine Bogsr.
1 enow u .
New Orloauta Moliuui
II
.80alX
.4050
75a.l.00
.ao
8orghum : . f ...
syrup .. ...... .......
StaM'andlea, per lb.....
Tallow - ........
,16a 20
foHp. country per lb..
68
c. .1 - - . i. ..
66
ntkara .... . . f r l
Couirbus. .. rJr-
"aw .
Woolf .4$
i
& evaks,
HERE NOW!
I have just iilahu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a fall stcck of all
-
-tttta 01
FDKNITUHE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthincr de-
Sired in JOY line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
alwava on hand. Will
'ffnj a,-....,, w,4.i,
WllQ. lUneialS With
heafSO When desiiedt
P III II KTOIV,
Corner of High and Looust EtreeU
McARTHUR, 0.
TmartaT.
H. A. HIGGINS. J. H. UEINLEIN.
IUGGIKS& UEIZILC.V,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEA B8 IN
ITALIAN AMERICAN MARBLE,
Scotch Granite.
And all Kinds of Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Sapr.874
NEW FIRM.
Theiinieraijned Saving formed a co-part-ne
.'to I' under the fli m name of
Call the attention ' the pablid to th.ir lull
lou.' of
Ladies' and Gents1' Cold aid
Silver 'Watches,
fcsl Guard und OperaChalnt
Solid Sliver and I'laf edWare
Lazatrn and Morrla Improved Spectav
clra, 5INB CUTLER) GOLD PEN8, 4C,
And everything kept id a
riEST 0LAS3 JIWELEY STOEE.
Wedding ring and hair Jewe Irt made to or
der, Kepa-rlng of WHkhea, olocka. and lewelrv a
pecieliy '
Nni-harne for engraving fooda Iwiiiht it
their alore.
f or correct lime take it from their chrono
meter Ihe onlv one in the city.
Next Door to Warner House, 6R
Paint Street, Chillicotle, Ohio.
J. 8. MeCO.MMON.
W.E.KVANS.
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HURRAH FOR THE CHEAP GTOR&
' OF
at s. k jr. . wfiiLSf,
. . HAMDEU, OIIIO.- '
im .
We are now reeeivio oar eeooad itook of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
bought at bankrupt tale, . .'
Nerer before hare wt been able to offer each indoeeiaebhi io lis trad af
now.
The pile of gnodi daily Sold prove thete facta j thai W AeU mora good-'
that we tell goods cheaper that
ellihg tiior we tail aflbfd to atli el.epei'j
than any atnra in Vintnh connty
We sell the heat brand of flannel ever old In (hie country, warranted
eqoul to aby home made flanuel; try it aod you will be Convinced. Wa hav
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION.
Men, ynhth and hry of all aiiea and ajei will find a eomplrte outfit at out!
a'ore. (Muthing, Hoota and Kboea a epeoialty. The quality andetyla
are unavrpaaaed. The pri e of our nooda are below all competition. In fact,
no metier what yob want to buy we can assure you, our auperior adranuta of
buying alone fur caah rhahlee ua to sell you abetter artiole forle.e money
than you can purchase iu aoy market.
It. S.&J.'W.WILCOXy'v-
Unnidcn, O. ;
mm BIG STORE!
DE. . C. CLINE &S0N.
Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio,
HAVE fitted tip their new and commodious ekire-room id superb style spaH
neither time or money to remler it equal io architectural style to any
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenlahed their former etock of Drul,
Paints, Oils, Ds-e Malls, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, td
which they have ad led a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobaoco
and Jewelry which they will soil at lowest possible prices for cash: ,
TI1K BROKER'S OFFICE
will be conduoted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pa i.
per discounted. '
In connection with the Medical
M aii'l Sgcal
for the better treatment of all chronio' and su gical discoaes and deformities
under a corps of direotors who vrtll employ nothing but Drstclais mediosl tall
ent as operatives in the Institute.
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with boar 41 og,
lodging ahd nUrnirt? at rates far below what nan !a ufTni-.l.l .t .
; u . - .lunar iu.tr .
uti.ms in the cities, and as good medical attendants ss can be procured any
wheie.
1.1 I iMBaiWMwMawM' ';
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look- :
ing Glassed, and all kinds of Houso
J
RETAIL DEALER IX
o m
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTllilES
Hoose Fuiisiiii C
Of every descrioti'on
Crate ntid Enameled Front, Ilraas and rorceiald
KellleM. Wooden Ware ol all Kindt. Manufactn.er of
Tin, Copper and hetst Iron ware, both for wholesale and retail
trade. Orders solicited from country dealer.
terSPOtfTTNO, ROOFING AND EEPAIRINCt DONE CBAPlti
HSneoial Indnnfmnnta nffnrad fn thntm wlinnrill nn ftill flntS.
for Houselteepinff.
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Fine Material Used
PfiEFECT IN TOME AND CONSTBtTCTIOft.
GREATEST DUllABILlTY
THE LOWEST PRICK
higher recommendation of these excellent instramenfr "onM"fot
desired than tbe nomerbns testimonial from tbos who hV 'oSetl IhJfta anal'
given them tha aevereit trials. Nothing can be superior to their ligfivdalioaU'
touoh, while the qdalit ia onhersally admired. Every Valley Geminot only'
warranted lor Ore years but ia caaranteed lo (1t eaUraw
atlsfactlun or to be returned at our expense. . , r .
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