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special notices,
J.K. TOWfcLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
fen to the tterebanw and Furnaoe
aaeu of Vintoa county, a superior stock
f Dry Quod, and Notions, on term
lk Boat favorable. Iveptiy
4 H. J. BOWERS,
KLMUEAT DEN 1 1ST,
AlcArlhur, Ohio.
Farteeolar atteutioa it M to tb treatintot
Notice to Teachers.
"TUB BOAKD uf ticbool Kiaminere
for Tinloo County will meet tl, (ho
Union School Iluute, in MoArthur, on
tli !' tod Srd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and tba let Katurday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. L Katlsfectory evidence of good
Moral character will be required in all
caeee. A Tea of 50 cent la required
ij law from each applicant.
it, R BAK.NEd Cb'o I ncard of
J. 8. HUILV. V School Ex-
'CL. O.PKUL'UE. Cl'k.J am men. .
Howard Sanitary AM Associa
tion. for Ihe ReUof aad Cur of Ihe Erring and Un
.: ferlaaalooaPrlBolniaa of Uhriatuut .
. . . . . , Philanthropy,
feeaye a the Errors of Youth, aad tlx fol
tie. of Ago, la relation to Marriage nail Soolal
Cvile, with aeailaiy aid for the afflicted
foot lrot' (a eealej aotelopee. Addreae,
flOWARD ASSOCIATION, Bos P. Plo'toel
bla. Pa. '
M'ARTHB ENCAMPMENT
I NO. 115, 1. 0.0. F.
nEUUI.AR Mooting, onhie In
lln.amiimenl will harnhn bo
-hlil oo the aeeaa4 Bad In.
Meadar efeaiaaa of each
eaoatk. Halnan-ha ol oilier mampmnna
who mar bo flailing out mn are iavtiel to
ttead. PAKlb HUKION, C. P.
Joaa T. Rra, 8.
McArthur, Keb'y 17, 110.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
pHB-'Chewem' t hoie. la now taking Ilia
A load 01 all ntlirr ilranria. bright in color,
filrawnt in lute, tough and laMinf in vhrv,
thia lobaoco eia-e etery qiwlily ro auit
cbeerere, and eelle hy the iu pound bucket
fully lOo cheaper ier pound, than any other
brand of lb Mm grade and uerhtiie lea
quality., luo huvkele oflhia i-eleluaieu brand
hare been aold in L lull io( lie alone within
'the laa. iwo moutha, ami Iran atlll lorreaa.
lug. fry It bCHifcKrfcK KKAMKK
Clullicollie, Ohio, are the Manufacturer'
tagenta and aell at low.al Kautori Pnvca.
SXinav 1074
QUEENS WARE
WYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 1'AINT yjllKT.
CHILL1CO THE, OHIO,
"TajVlTBtho attention ofmen-hanla and for
JLiiaueiiien to tho tarns aiork ol the nboe nr-
elea jual receive)!. We will aril at t . very
Jowtat lii(iiree tn the trade. Uidera eida-ited
aod uromutly attended o. xml
AGENTS WAN1EO!
'To .ell, aliraof le raMKaurO'Ha (3biiUM ml; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
UK 'I II B
FARMERS MOVEMENT
Ny J. Pfriain. enttnr Wettern Rural, (Vifrngo
Omptete and rHialile. li'riW ji e January.
17 S ritiaul iMirtmlia; l' lhr enni
inK. 'hi jfrent work in o in iirirt anil
Ml i0 e MeaoiiiWi, . or trrine, irritor , et.t.,
addirae K. d A NAK' 't ) CO., Puliliehera,
If? W 4th M, C'licitilirli.
' C VTION.-Inferior aork. airre tij(((io
ara being piirhed. f'o nnl l.e niintl ou.
Mr. I'errmm'a airk la lull, mhmiintit: and
oadoraed U Ihc ureal leader. A'om otktr U.
H C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BEH ESTATE AGENT
; fllcArlliur, Vluton Co, O.
Bougbt, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARQaTnS IN IATD3.
. A RASE CHAD 0 TO BUY A HOME
ffHE ftiilniriail 1i-nda will be ok lowoa
X naaoaabletormaaa loimoti .
m ACHES OF LA10)
: in . ;
Putnam County West Va.
ITHIH 2l HIL18 01 EAILBoAD
v . eMAwjaaaaWawa
34 Miles FrajiM Mate Capital
County Soanfinnslhrongh Traoc
' 'mnbpabmimu land with
PLENTY OF UCN ORE.
WELL watered. About M enree -leered.
Good tramo) bona an oit huilnioga.
Trtnbrr-popuur, waluut, oak, ah, bivkory
and loeoat. '
. Title; Perfect.
' The entire tract' or one-half will be wld
VERT l.v.
'lermafmir Call loon- . .
aprla74 . . . H. C. J0NH3.
4 oa ACRE 4 ot bso timber land, neaMhe
IXvMaC. R. R. Tba timtier will more
than pa; for Ihe land II put uw is the market.
Title perfect. For full deacnuuon eall upon
or writ to i.e. JtiNM.
ITTITHIW S mile ef (he M. G. R
laaaaa 11 a 'i na larm coniaina w wvrra
Wjql lorty acrea cleared. Fair iniproee
"",m. a voud coal Sank open and
working, feet beat coal, for mi cheap.
laQLAerei in Harriaoa Towrihip,
ryOOD timber hud, well watered and near
fthe railroad.
Title per fet-t.
Will be aoldlow.
ISdee
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mMn oiiaia'awiopoaiw.aiB oi aiwodins fl
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i THE VINTON RECORD
Offlolal Organ af Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
FOR SALE.
Tba Viaroa itaooao newepaper and
job office la for aale at t bargain to a
tush buyer. Apply tn or add rate
JOHN T. RAPER, UeArtbnr, O.
Me. Millkr ol the Atlioni
Journal waalntown,latTbur-
day, oo buMinfu.
Samoil Duhlap. dentist, was
In towttyettrJay, fleiting old
friends. '
1?IV. M. J, AlAXWKLL Will
('reach at ibe C'hrisnan cburclt
next Lord' Day worn lug and
eveuing.
Bw. J0HN811H told eighteen
head of cattle two and three
year olds, to Jns.Sieel ol Pick
away county, last Monday, that
avenged over 1,800 pounds,
eacb. They brought over $100
per bead
At the teacher's examina
tion, held Oct 3d, 1874, certi
ficates were issued as follows :
For twenty-four , tnontht
Oeorge W. Fry.
tor twelve monthit Laura
Gilliian." ' ' ; '
for month$ Robert S.
UuKhes, Abraham Caasill, U.
B. Sirausbaugh, Ma E. Craig,
Selinda 1'eden, Lizzie Allison,
Maggie Uurley, Leltie Ansel
and T. B. Eutsler.
Also ai Ihe examination held
Oct. 17. 1874 i
For eighteen montht& F.
Alhin.
tor twelve months Mary
Howe
For tlx month Vf. a. Shri-
ner, J. W. Coulirap, Charles
Allen, L. W. Calvin, J. T Fi z
pa'rick and Millie Hughes
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
The Show.
The largest crowd that had
been in town lor many years
as preepnt last Friday. In
i lie day time the show-tent
was' filled in overflowing, and
a good audience was preectil
in the evening. Several fights
were also indulged in. Con
siderable profane and offensive
language was used inside the
tent during tihe exhibition in
ihe evening by parties thai
had indulged too Ireely in old
red eve."
A Dream.
Krilay we heard and
saw soniet hintr puffing and
bniokiiij, coaiing up horn the
south end 01 town. Fur uwhlle
we were lost in' Hiiirizement
we ponJend, we. ruminated
at 'last thought wt ihe cur"
are running' to McArlhur, lor
we see Ihe smoke ol the l,co
rno'iie. When the object cau.e
up Main street, our eyes were
suddenly opeued it was Ihe
calliope coming with the eho
Though disaiipointed, we lei t
lully reptii by our pleasurable
trance 111 knowing What a Dice
thing it would be to have the
car 8 running up this way.
The Power of Love.
dicgraceiul ; diHiuruance
look place on Main treet,in
this place last Saturday even
ing. The cause ol it Was as fol
low: ' ,":
A youthful D m Juan named
LEIi Shockey became enamored
ol a lovely maid in the rural
duirics. A short time ago she
took up another dashing young
beau named Thomas Fee,
doubt teas thinking she'd rather
be Feeti. than VAocied. This oo
xapt rated the lotiuer that he
chaliengt d the laiter to a coiit
bat Htiicb was accepted. ;i The
Iantag6uisls met, Tom airuck at
Eli and " missed ' bim, - J acob
Shockey : then rushed iu, Tom
took hold on him and some one
pulled Eli away. , William
and Frank Bratton ran up aud
commenced kicking Tom ' oo
ibe head, when some bystaud
ers iuierter.d an! pulled them
away.' A disturbance o'tcured
aui.j ti c u,.teuuni.ri
menis ol the case and . lor
awhile a serious row beemed
fammV' Tom got out ol the
t&a
and fled-to woods, thinking
discretion tp the better prt
f;Vlur.;.;it,waa.alJaiuiul af:
lairknf-- vox " ,i
RAILROAD.
PLAIN WORDS.
Last Week we called attsn.
iion to our branch railroad
from Dundas. We learn that
the project is progressing quite
well, and our people are hope
lul, but there is some lack ot
public spirit in our people or
rather . the. public ,P'rit we
have i not properly" .'distribu
ted.; We have in the aggre
gate as much 'enterprise and
publio spirii as tlhe , avers9
eo'nimuDiiy, but while' some ot
our people take hold ol every
publio enterprise iu . earnest,
doing all they are able to do,
and soma rather more than
their circumslauces justify,
we have a tew who act as
though Qod bad givsn them
health, and the community
given them patronage ior the
sole and only purpose ol' al
lowing them to die, in easy
circumstanced, to be remem
bered only as selfish, miserly
men. What we ned Is a more
equal distribution of liberally,
or a re distribution ol property.
We cauV have the; latter, let
us hope for Ihe former.
A. B. owns property real and
personal in town and its vlnn
it y. X V. owns a like aruount
of property of equal value.
Now they are joint owners in
ihe roads and highway, in all
public buildings and have In
ull respects equal rights and
privilege's.1 They advance' or
stand still togtiher. ' .
A. B says, 'let us Improve
our town; let us us build a
branch road let us bring our
selves in contact with, the
outer world; draw a little near
er to civilization. certain
ly aays, X. Y. that's riitht
go ahead we need the improve
mentbut then learit doany-
thing I wont give anything
now." A. B Is one part ol
community and X. Y. the other
P'trt A B. goes ahead pays
out his money pushes the en
terprise io completion, enhano'
esllifl Taltieol X Y 'a properly,
in tact doub'es its value, nd
he sits wrapt in his miserly sel
fiohnpss and sees bimell en
riched tv other men's inonev.
energy and toil mid then con
gratulated himsell on the mis
taken idea. Iht by his industry,
prudence and frugality lie has
become rich whreas, in tact,
he ha quietly, robbed A ,B of
one hall the va'iue ol bis wealth'.
lie chuckles over the lacl that
he is a part ol commuTiity and
that the public welfare is bi
weliare, and community must
standstill or drag him along
with it in its movements to-
wtrds- beder things. Is this
lair? Is it right? Is it honors-
hie?
X. Y. Says: 'My property i
my own; what is it A. B.'s bus
iness bow I ue it.1' This hap
pens to be a false proposition,
not lound In. political economy,
and the man is ignorant of the
first principles of society and
government who asserts it.
Your property . has, value by
reason of vour neighbors. .You
are aepennent upon comnmni-
ty for the necessities and com
forts of li'e lour property is
a part -ot the c'ramnn fund, out
of which common benefits and
blessings must be paid for, m
proportion to the amount ol
property you control; and II
you don't so 'direct it that it
pays itsjshare of, the ppb!i; as
sessment, you fail in your duty
to community. PuMio assess
meni a am noHffuited
taxes, no more than moral obli
gationn are defined by statute.
Men owe community other ob
ligations than- those imposed
by State laW, just aa the moral
citizen sees many things that
are wrong, but not made crim
inal. by atatote.;, As; the mau
is an unsafe cititen who re
f rain s from, crime only on . ao
coont of the statutory -punish-ment,'ao,
jhemy'pl'.littJe
benefit to community who aids
community only as Uie ;lw
compels him. Now the truth
oiMhe wwbole mattef iaVery
m n i n '4 hi i cothin utirjvrm'.V
larmer in the vicinity 0 McAr
... iktC-' I i ' - . OJi')!
thur every laboring mar
oW i fcftg tMiejkaw
should feel, that we Lave an on
portunity to secure ourselves a
very great benefit and we"
ought net to stand back for A.
B liberal as be is, to do It
that X. Y. may steal from him
a share of the good fortune that
folfows his liberality. Let us
each give aa we are able, in pro
portion to the benefit we may
receive, this is iatrnesS and
good ciliZeusliip.
t KewGooda Cheap Quods.
The popular store of Dan.
WJH & Bros is receiving a new
ZWlll'J ..AnT
in inw uriu auu aa excellent
judge of goods and tbe warns of
the public U no iu Ihe Eist
and has been there a fortnight,
laying in a stock for Ibe im
pending iall and winter trade.
What everybody says must be
so, (as the saying is) and ev
erybody says, "lis no use talk
ing, Dan. Will 4 Bro.'s sell
cheaper than anybody else."
Thejeaeoo is obvious; they
Kt.at aa lataitAaa aate.lw llaN ..
oiher hoyse-having a atore
hereto supply and also one in
aaleskl they buy lorcash and
having plenty of capital to run
ou, they are never embarrassed,
thus a) taming the : greatest
possible re.ults in purchasing
goods at low prices, securing
them at the least possible mar
gin. Tho goods sold at this es
tablishment are. not "cheap
trash" goiten up to gull the in-
xpeTleiiced, but Ihe qualniei
compare favorably nidi the
prices they keep no shoddy.
Any amount ol goods are now
Wvjng It 'hi immense eatab-L
lishment jind it will make your
eve water to see Ihe be.tuii
lul styles. They have too
many different kinds to begin
to enumerate here, tbcreiore,
go and see for yourselves.
Ml3i MaUT J. FUKNOU 8larled
etsl last Tuesday, to vi-il rela
tives and friends in Wabhing
ton and New York. .
The lesiival, last night, for
the benefit of the M. E. CI.un h
wts largely attended ayid real
z d between thirty-five and
lorty dollars.
Tub McAittior LI:y Scales
ar-bf'nz rntiruil.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Clinton Johnson and Anna . Trap
ha gan.
il ward Simmons and Sarah Drake
Nathaniel II. Pluiipy and Manilla
Hughe. ,' i
John Swuckhammer and Cuttiatnie
Uatheny.
Francis Marlon Lee and Viokttn
Bill.
George S. Flinuy and and Sarah
Susanna Kenard.
'Jacob Stump and Catharine McCue.
Jghn Fettersol l and Sarah Hollnnil.
C. F. Uaurlalland Uvlim itardln.
- N. J.Snyder and Mary F. Dobbins-
Thomas Jackson and Elim Auu Ha
uler. Thomas Botce and Mary Ann Rich
ardson. John D. Farrles and Maggie Mtle-
DIED.
Ida taaii. daughter uf J. P. and
Jemima Aokpun, died October 8.
1374. age one year two months, and
twenty-nl le duys.
A little while on earth she spent,
Until Qod for ber Ills angel sent.
Why should our tears In xorrow flow,
When Gid recalls hlg own.
And bids them leave a world of woe,
For an Immortal erown f
Then let our sorrn8 cease to flow ;
God has recalled Ills nwn ; ,
But let our hearts, In every woe.
Still savTk'Thy will be done."
McArthur Market.
Flour, per sacK 11.50
crii Meal ocr bush. .70
Com
.60
OaU
Wheat
Beans
Potatoes .,
Dried Apples
Dried Teaches
Timothy Seed per bush
Clover' -
Onions " "
Hay Vtnn . -
Hams, country
-snjrar cured.....
Smoked sides
Shoulders ......
Pickled Pork .,
Kggs .. ,..i.;.
Butter
Cleeae
Lard
I.. 40
. .1.00.11.10
..1.2A.l60
.. 6075
.75
J. ti
3.75
.. 6.75
,. . 1.00
. 1 3.0020.00
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... ...12
i-...;.-m
.... 8.1J
.. JO. JO
25
20
,. .. 15
Tallow . M
Chickens, lire l5a.28
Uocklng Salt per bbl. 3.00
Sacks 15aJ5
Vinegar, elder" , .30
Whtt Fish. m. .... 70
Mackerel . , 10
Rio Coffee 28
Tea:..; I..... ..; 1.00.1.25
Coffee Sugar. ia,
Tellowc it
New Orleans Molasses 801.00
Sorghdtli . ........,40(g50
8yrup 75a.l.00
Star ('ndlca; per lb..(...v.... .20
Talldw r .. .15a20
Poan country perlb..:......;.. 6
Feathers. ... ,..,w....k..' t (IS
ljajd j.. ....'., .f.v;;-t;
Oit.ii. ir.bus. .. ... ........ ',7,as
Weol-f ..!. ... ': !2 .V,'.. .
HERE NOW !
' a
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of
FUDNITUlaE,
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anvthini? de
sired in my line
A full stock of Col-
fins and Burial Cases
always OnHantt. Will
attend funerals With
hearse when desired.
PARI II It TO IV,
Corner of High and Locust Street.
McARTHUR, O.
Tmrl7.
H. A. HIG01N9. J. H. HEINLEIN.
tllCGlKS llElilLClV,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEA R3 13
ITALIAN AMERICAX M VRBLE,
' Scotch Granite,
' Monuments and
Tombstones,
McARTHUH, OHIO.
Sabr.BTl
NEW F1USI.
nehiu under the dim uameof
The nnderained Wine 'ormed A co-part-
McCOMMON & EVMS,
Call the attention of the publio to their lull
lock of
Ladies' and Gents' Gold and
Silver Watches,
fesl Guard unit VperaChaine
Solid Sliver and Plated Ware
Laaaroa and Slorrla ImproTed Speeta.
clra,
FINK C0TLER GOLD PENS, AO.,
And everything kept ia a
PIEST OLASS JEWLEY STOBI.
Wedding ringa and hair jewelry made to or
der. Kena-rlDgofwHlchea, elocka. aod lewelry a
apcialty.
No itliarga for engraung gooda bought H
their ai ore.
Kor enrreot time take It from their chrono
meter Ihe ouly one in the ettjr.
Next Door to Warner House, 66
Paint Street, Chillicotne, Ohio.
J. 8. MrCOMMOfl,
W.E. EVANS.
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is. s. & .J. w. wniLcte.
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Wa are iow mtiTiog our Mcoad stock of :
VAhh AND WINTER GOODS,
bought at bankrupt aale.
. Nerer before haia wt been able to
aow.
The piles of goods daily aold prove
.1. a . ..11 mm4. .I....... !....
clllnsr more we ran
than any store in Vinson ennnty
We sell the feat brand of flarlnel
i . j L j . a i. . j li
tubi u buj oniue DJBue uanbei; iry it
CLOTHING VCiTl
Men, youth and hnya of all sites And Iges will lod a complete outfit at our
s'ore. Cloth ina. ttoota and baea a .necialtr. Tha ooalitv and atrial
are aDivrpaaaed. - Tueprt'ceof oar coods are below all competition. 1 0 fact:
do natter wnstyoa want tn buy we can asaure , oar superior edvaatage or
baying alone for cash ehaMea as to sell you better article forltas moot
than yoa can parohase id any market
R. S.&J.W.WILCOSV
IIamdcn,OiJ
IHS1 DRUG STOBB
DE.W.C.eLINE&S0m:
Wilkeoville, Vinton Co., Ohio
II
AVE fitted up their uew and eomm'vlioui store-room id superb style snaf
neither thoe or money to ren-lef it equal in arohiteotural stvle to ant
riKim la Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former stook of Drnga
talata, Oils, Dye' tuffs, Patent and Family Mediclrftl to repletion, to
which the have ad ld a full and complete line of Yankee Notion., Tobaoeo .
and Jewelry which tbey will seH at lowest puwlble prices for caah.
THE BKOKElt'S OFFICE ;
will be conducted in the ettabliahmeut as heretofore. M'ooia. loaned and pa-'
per discounted. ' "
In connection with tha Medical Department will bs establl.bed' ai '
In 1 Stgical
for the better treatment of all chmnfo and su gloal diseases and deforaitie"
under' a corps of directors whr will employ nothing but Gr.t-elius medical UU
ent as operativea in the Institute. t
Patients can be acoommodated after the first of October with boareog
lodging and nrfrsiffo; at rates far below what can be afTordetf at similar initi-'
tutions in the oitJPes and as good medical attendants as can' be procured an j
wbeiS. - .
Stoves. Tinware, Glass and Queenswarey took-'
ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houso - -
Fiirnishing' Goods.
I S- HUH,
RETAIL DEALER IV ' ",
CoolilGiiiilfnH
' iiiiftr- z!5-" ;'- w 1 , -u . bm
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
IlllllSfi FlICffilllBII HllOllS
Ol'everv
Grater ttrid Enameled Floats, lirasil and Porcelalri.
KfllleM lVuaidon War nl ml Kind. ManilfaClUiCr
Tin, Cupper and Mieet Iron
traaoi , DrUers solicited Irom ountry
ferSPOVTTNO, EOOFI50 A5D EEP AIRING DONE CHEAPLY.
' 8D9cial Indacements offered to those who will btiY a full Outfit
for HooseKeepiog.
lailanq couipire prices tieiore pnrcnasmp eisewnere. , : ( inapr . t
THE " VALLEY CI II I
1 1 1 - : ' 1
THOROUGH UtMUvMANSIltP;
bbeaiijtSa'oIp iFMsiiii
Fine Material Used IH Manufacture
PERFECT IN TONE
...
GREATEST DURABILITY,
THE LOWEST
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.', A higher reeomiriendation bf theiaj excellent instrument eoold tk4
desired than tba hamerous testimonials from those who have need iherart
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