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7 SPECIAL NOTICES.
- J. K. TO WELL, Fortumotttb, Ohio,
ofsrs toAbe Merchant and Furnace
men of Vinton oountj, aiuperior stuck
of Dry Good and Notion, on terms
' Ibe mutt favorable. Iveptiy
TJ. J. BOWERS,
Farticular attention goreo to lb (realm est
Ihe natural teeth.
Notice to Teachers.
THE HOAKD of School Kxnminen
for Vinton County will meet' at the
Union School Jluuse, in MoArthur, on
the let and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January,. February, Juno, July, Au
guttt and December, in each year. Ex;
animations to cotiimeiice at tun o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
eases. A fee of 50 cents ia required
' by law (roui euoh applicant.
J awn iiuui vv a j'a,- ,
. M. It. UAU.'EdLVn)
J.h IIUUN, i
L O. FliUL'UE. CTk.)
Uowurd Sanitary Aid Associa-
For Ihe Relief and (Jure ol the Erring and Un
. . . (brliinateou Priuclileof Ciiriatiaa
fe.uyt on the Error of Youth, end the fol-
baa of Ae, in relation lo Marriage nod Social
Ctila, with aauiiai, aid for the afflicted
, Sent free, in eealeJ enrelniea. Addreaa,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, ttox P, Pl.:'tul
' phis. I'a.
NO. 115, 1. 0. 0. F. -
T KUUIjAK Meetinira nlihia Kn
ySft IV 'riiiuieiit will herealier ba
KS!H?ii' lil "11 I lie ai-rond aud InM
leMY JIundrtT veuliie m( rack
Mutttia. fAii.Hiitu mi 'jtht-r -iMMiii'nicnu
win iiimv lie viaitiuv nm are mviled to
attend PAlilb IIUl. t Oi,C. P.
Julia T. Ilvrn, 8.
MvArlhur, Keli'v 17. 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
l-'llli 'l liiat-ri-'l Inure, In uuw lakiliK the
lead all idlirr HrHiida. h ijtil hi cidor,
pl'.'lienit in (Hle. tonyl, and liiMing iui'liea,
IUie loiuuivii oai-ea-e every tiunl.ly lo auit
i-nevere, mid aelle I.) (lie III .tiud liut-kel
fill,' fiid rlieHiier per iiint, ihau any other
(irarTd of Ilia taiM-grade and .erlria leae
quality. Hai Iiiii-kpI olllua vlehiaied liriind
lime Iiren aid. I in I liillirullie alone (titliin
tile laat two uiuiith-, mid Iran atill inereae.
Inf. ''! II" fcCH.-KKthU KlIftMKK
'.'lollK-uilie, lllun, lire the Mmiufwliirt'ia'
Hi-nia aui rell a.1 luotet Kavtor) I'ritee.
F.YE & SV1ACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COUHT HOUSE,
c7 I'MS'i yn.tr.
1 ViTK I ho nl Hi. "in ot nu n liutiu and fur
iiiuieineii tn ti lar:e alte-M in lti ulaive nr
ci..-jui ro-eived. tVe a ill nil Mir very
luu. l lij(.llra li I. I' liaiiu Old. 4 lu'lird
au.l ii.ui.iy nttriKKil u. iljld
.. . OK '1 II K
By J, Prmm osiilur Wironi Kiiml, M ii-njo.
Chid pit it? fithl rdiHlilt. Written t Jauttuijf,
l74 tf fit jmi . I iHirtmiip; ! iithr tum
Vii v(. I'hit rt'rtt WiirH li hue pric umt
t'AlTluS.- In(.ijir Horkf, mere vftmyitutitm.
rcltlll Mlt'l CI Mill l.l Mlil-noil UN.
Mr. 'iVrr'itiH'H work t Ititl. mmlnmtittict hihI
cU'lrtdti tii th" uuul I' 'U fi Sum uthrr m.
JEl C. JOKJiS,
AT10I1NEV AT LAW,
flEL ESTATE AGENT
Slc lrthur, Vinton C,.0.
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN LAUDS.
A BABE CHAMOxi TO BTJY A HOME
ME lilloa.na h.iids aili he aold low on
1 rtaaoimbl). term" aa loj ftvmrnl t
576 ACEES OF LAND
Putnam County West Va,
WI IniU 2)i MILS or 2.AILK AD
24 Miles From Mate Capital
' County Boad Buns 'lhrough Trace
UNE FAU.MKNo LAND WITH
PLENTY EF ItCN ORE.
T ELL waiered. Ahnut tt enrea leared.
If Oo.id Iraine lmu- au ' out l.iitlilinKa.
TnnW-r -IHiuliir, waluiit, oak, ali, uivkory
The entire Iraol or one-hall will be aold
VEH Y l.l, .
i ernia rair. Call aooa.
air.7 H.O. JOfifcS.
10ArRB of. tina timher land, naar the
IZUMat:. H. K. Ihe umla-r HI more
rt.nii iay Rr llif land il put liu in Ihe market.
Title peVfeol.. Korlull uaoriiiii call "ion
prwriteio ll.O. JliNK.1.
ArltTTITniNrnilerf tie M IC R
fiasiO Vf K The hirni oinlin M'aeiee
lirlfjluriy acraa dialed. r'air imiiiove
ii.eola. A oim1 eual henk opmand
workecn. iA feet heat coal. Eur.ech.aii.
120 Acrei in Harrison Townihip,
rouli timber laod, well watered and Dear
f "Jie railroad.
Wrllb aold low.
aevw noteoir wwrauar tuum
rrv e j.TVt.-l 'nnMimiH A iMndjU
fluJ a "3 wnitaw euuns
til own eqi jo iued r unai wtvv J
Bmywtmu" ml il"MJ eit(Up p8
'jtdont ue qirl ejua ) 'mt, fewv
1PS II im -"U mv l "I i4,linS art ta
3nOV 9 U3A3J iJOJ
iloaioM v wmi39A to n
li !"'''- r I.. -.': '-jtv" .uLa.
If C.ur-. lyeUAM'tWaja.'
m i. m r u l.l . i i - a
V nrt r.t)M nw
nea r.vm iiaif.-w I T"
THE VINTON RECORD
Oltlolil Organ of Vinton County.
Tba Viktoii Rkcobb newapaper and
job office ia for sale at a bargain to a
euab buyer. Apply to or addreaa
JOUX T. KAPER.MeArthur, 0.
Tbadk is improving.
1874 is growing tilflsh.
CuHiaTMAa trees are getting
.. Axes tbe people don't like
Cukistmas shopping has fair
Tomokrow will ha Christ-tuas.
Squark up your accounti be
The "good iimo coining"
SuhPRisic (?) parties are now
Tub voice of Christmas tur
kies is atidible
'I'll k ice crop is agaiu back
ward I his sensnn.
The new puNial in will lake
iffc-ci Juuuiiry 1, 1875
Now is the time lu advertise
your holiilay goods.
TuK county treasurer is busy
Wuat lire you going to buy
her for a holiddy president!
To make home happy Sub
scribolur the Record.
"HlackUoIJ' is what the
Buc.tius Journal calls our coat
Swan Ur Huge had an inctiilla
lion ol i.ffi.:ersl and supper,
iusi JSu: urd.t .
TllK pusi mx Sundays h ive
been Vlbiled b ruin, in these
Low bucked (iieec, cut bi;i
on ill- Fjiiue, me tashititi.tbli'
tr piriy car '
We hear, tueii sdv, and not
without uulli, iliat limes are
getting perct p ible bolter.
lloo Uilliu' un i siusae ni tk
ing are now the ordr ol i he
JlD3k UuilADt AY rtMur ted
houie, ill er having prosiled
over a three weeks term o:
court at Waverlv.
Tilt UK uro many nun whom
the lidrd limes have lelt ties
lilute and in Haul and who
are forced to wander from
place to iu order lo liud work
'Jhe card ol Ueury W. Cnul
rap appears in our paper. Mr
0 -ultra'.' has opened a law of
fice, next lo I lie Record Office
Mr. C. is a moral and energetic
young man and graduated wnh
high honors at the OIiio Uui
A TfcMPr.KANCK prayer meet
ing will be held al the M. E
Church, to morrow, (Christmas
Day) al 3 o'clock, P. M. All
are most cordially invited to
MRS. H. PAYNE,
Last Tmsday Hlternoun a
vigorous fight took pU: b.
tween J..mes Lyle and Jack
Sprouse. Cause wbinky.
Sprouse was arrested and
brought belcre Mayor Ilnrton
and limd $10 and costs. A
warrant was also isued lor ihe
arrest of Lle, but he could
not be captured that evening.
a brother ol Spruuse's" was nlno
lined $1 and costs lor drawing
u kuile. This Mas Mayor ilor
toira firt busi.iens
Ge'Uioe Taylor, ofihe S ioio
Gazette Office, in Chillicolhe.
ho has been familiarly dub
bed by his brother piinteis
Old Pap Tiyloon bccouiii ol
histoid lahhloned waysK and
who was, until about a year
ago, an inveterate bachelor.has.
nl Ihsi, tairly earned thelithof
"Pap.'. , The evidence came io
hand laat Wednesday it aa
boy- twelve pouudtur.' 1 . ,
To morrow le. Christmas. It
is celebrated and commemor
ated as the birth day of Christ.
Theologians are not agreed as
to Us being; the correct date.
Llowever that may be, it is the
day recognized generally by
the Christian world. The day as
at present set is on the 25 ih
December, and was thus fixed
by Pope Gregory IV.who reenn
irucWd the Roman calender
which during the decay ol ihe
Ko in a ii empire had become
contused and unreliable; he al
so revised the ritual of the
Church, and the present cere
monies, an well as the perfect
and systematic government and
discipline of the Catholics is
due to the labors of this Pope.
This day is, throughout Ihe civ
ilized world, nude the occasion
of festivities and enjoyment.
It is celebrated with great
ponm and display in the Un
man Catholic and Greek
Churhes. Among Protestants,
the Lutheran and Episcopal
Cliurclies observe it ns a holt
day. Friday is a regular Inst
and abstinence day wiih Cath
olics, but when Christmas falls
on that day of the week a
canon provides tor a special dis
pensation. Krifckingle is a
mytlnt al person tg who is sup
posed to bring th.? children
present on Christmas eve. The
word, as used in English, is
corruption of the German,
Christ Kind which literally
translated is Cl.risl Chi 1 Fr
merly more sport wns carried
on at Christmas than now. We
j long Irr a recurrence of .Uie
I good old ChrUlmas times. Thi-t
ji an appropriate tima to clis
J up the I U8iiusi ol the oi l y a
: u iid get ready to turn a "new
leal" wjih i lie succeeding one.
Let all celebrate this going nut
or ihe old yeur and for once,
re'raiu awhile Irom busv c tr;
lor. our worJ l r it, you Hill l se
nothing hv it; (or, you kn w
the old adlago, "all work nm'.
no pltty makes Jih k a dull l ot.'
Make pres'-m to Ihe cluldreh
Reconci th n liu e iiiiu'hU r
siiitling with oiir neighliiT
mid couinieiice the new yunr
owing no grudg'S, or money,
either. I short lit i p;e a e
to enjoy themselves brim lull,
in uniicltisi-iu vte bid .ou a
'Jlerrv CI. i si in ;" s "
Transfers of Real Estate.
St'iiuoi F. rind ley to 11 irriet
Ii. Allen. 141 3-10 acre8, Knox
tp., 1 1 ,000.
Henry WiJikK-mai, 1 y Slier
il', to J naihan Blme, 1G0
acres. Madison I p., $3,200.
Matilda Griiinintn el al to
William Collins, 99 acres, Har
rison t p.. S200
Nelson Richmond to S tniuel
Slioetnaker. of it 105 aire.
Uichland l., GoO.
M. W. Smiili to KJer-rge
Shngley, 20 acres, Jackson tp.,
Joseph B.vers to Levi Acklev,
quit, claim, to 40 acres, Liar
risen tp., $150
Luvi Acklev to fenmuel
Stone, quit cliim, lo 40 acres,
UaTiMMi tp . $100.
Win. Nickels lo C. E. Rose.
100 teres, Swan I p.. $1500.
D. L. WadaworUi to P. G.
Griffin, 80 acres, Lluirison tp.,
P. G. Griffin In John Gaynnr,
interest iu 80 acres, IJurrlson
tp.. $160. -
Sus n Casteel lo J. G & Dan
Will, 20 acres, Madison tp.,
Duurlas Putnam In Win. IL
Martin, 80 acres, Knox tp,
BTlhextriket,! ihe iron iu
dlers at Pittsburg the families
ol 30,000 to 4O000 men ai e
d priVcd of about one million
dollars wages, a week. The
amount in di-pute is trivial iu
coiupsrinii wiiii hi-.
Tub Chiliicoihe papers are
ovei flowing with narrow gauge.
Narrow . headu and narrow
guage are identical, and when
ever the Clullicoi he Editors get
i hat road built,we will go down
and look, at li.Circlevill$
The dugs kill, d 162 000
worth of sheep in Ohio tail
Vinton County Teachers' Institute.
Notice is btreby given tbMt
tbeTeachers' Institute and Nor
mat Cl8 of .Teachers, will be
held iu McArthur, commencing
Monday, January 4, 1875, and
continue one week. The ser
vices of Prol. Jno. C. Ridge
have Leen secured, who comes
highly recommended by Prot.
Kidd and others. Other in
structors will be in attendance,
whose effort will beo make
the lime usetul and instructive.
AH Jriends and ttpecially
teachers are cordially solicited
lo attend, and devote thia wetk,
the first of the year, lo the
cares of education and relorni.
No pains will be spared on Ihe
pari ot the Committee to make
this Institute one ot the most
agreeable and instructive that
has ever been held in the couu
ty. Aa Elocutionary entertain
men! will be given during Ihe
week which will be instructive
Come out-1 come all!
By order ol Coioni.ltee :
Vinton County Teachers' Institute. RICHARD CRAIG, Sec'y.
Notice to Teachers.
The lime oi lite teacher's ex
amination has been changed
j Irom the first to the second Sat
urday ofJanuary.it being the
last day ol Institute. Wtek.
By order ol lioiiid.
M. R. BARNES, Ch'n.
An encounter in the '-manly
an" look place I a I Friday be
teeti Eli U yn..',Ji and Soc
rotet Woltz, which resulted in
ti e latter btiug prostrated in
iheuncr near the corner ol
Alain and Market streets. The
parties had some dispute about
a cow which Mr. Reynolds had
bought of the lormer, and
went alter, but. when Mr. Rey
Holds arrived She WaS IIOl then ,'
mill -Joel Waldien, a neiglibcr,
told Mr. R. thai Woliz had
sold the cow. Wol z came lo
town on Friday, slightly intox
icated, and threatened lo sue
R. lor damages for not taking
the cow. Ii said lint he was
out there kiid the cow wns
gon-; Sncrates disputed i -; li.
called li i in a liar, vtheu Woliz
struck him. R. rallied, suuck
tl.r' e times but h id the licks
leud.d oil by W.'s arm, but Ihe
fourth time was the charm and
Eli grounded Woliz and wae
about to hick him w lien justice
Fa; ue, und constable barnet
iuieriend and resiraiued him
Irom luriLer operation.
The Lumber if convicts in
(he l'eiitenliary at present
( really txceed U.al ol any pre
Josepli Collins nutl J.avlua I'uitt'i i
Wllllntii George Scott liorn and Mar
tha Itobbias. j
Aaron Turner anil Mary Koflton.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. BIRTHS.
In Cliillio.otlit on the iOth liiVt to
Mr. and Mrs.aolin J. Wolfe. aOmigii
mmono , I'liDtojiriiplier. t'liilioutlie
gives careful attention to making cop
iea ol' other pictures. Pictures u.iy be
made as lurtte aa life from the linieat
I'tiket pioture, and mude in every way
aatislaotiiry by oarelul and judloioua
coloring. Phiitogruplia frmn naure or
Irniu other pioture colced in the best
tyle in oil, water colors, ..-yon, pita
tel or ink, at rates to suit all circuiii
Uirit Meal per bush j .70
Wheat 1.00a! .lo
licans 175 10'
Dried V)p!es l.uu
Dried I'eaches J.J5
Timothy Seed per bush ... . 3.VI
flitver t - - .... 0 75
Unions ' " .... 1.0d
May ton . 15.O0u2U.0n
lining, country A
sujfar cured is
Smoked sides 12
Sltouliler , I2a
I'icKieu rorK ts.ffii
. . M0
Hocking Salt per bbl
Hacks . "
White Hart ...
V- I . .
I t'llllW j " ......
New Orleans Molasses
Star t'andles, per lb.. .20
Tallow - .t .I5a20
SoaK country per lb.. 6a6
Hairs .... ... 2W
hue.... ... Tsl
WOOl y Sp .............. ... a mtAm..
fJRE NOW !
.air i -
r mi: "
I have just marlu
factored and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a full stock of all
kinds of '
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anvthinsr de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. "Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
Comer of High and Locust StreeU
Mc ARTHUR, 0.
H. A. IUOijINS. J. H. IIEINLKIN.
IIICC. AS & IlEISLEX,
MANUFACTURERS OK AND DEA RS IN
And all Kinds of Monuments and
TiiriindwiunedWlnrormeda co part-
nfr.lnp nudir the flini name of
McCOMMON & EVAKS,
Cull the ailenllou of llie rutilm lo their lull
Ladies' 2nd Gents' Gold and
VttlVuarduntt t) per a Chain f
Solid Mlyer mid 1'laledWarc
I.aznrna and Jllnrrih luilirorcd Specm.
FINE Ul'TLEKl GOLD PENS, C,
And evcrj iluiifi kept in a
FIRST CLASS JLWILET STOEE,
Wedding nnu and lmir Jewelrv made lo or
Hepn'rlnjj of wnlihea. clncka. and ieelry a
.Noi.iiarie I'.ir ensravinjj yooda lioitjjht it
l ot imri-ft linir lulin it from lli.ir chrono
meter Ihe only oueui the cny.
Fext Door to Warner House, 56
Faint Slreot, Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. S. MeCOMMUN,
O p g
2 - a
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ro CQ H f (fi
et I-'. C
JT P a " 2
mm P (i
O 0 3jof
CP? B H
a - n
5 s m
2 x o
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5 ft H '
CALL AND SEE TOE 8T0C5 01 -
Qg. . & J. We WfilLC8:,
3EI-A.2:i3Eir, OHIO., ':;
. 1 m .r '
We data a lurga asaortoient pf Jewelry, consisting of -
Li DIEM AF.TI, PlS, CBFP BrTTAXS, JSr.CKVAtkJ,
Illinois. LOCKETH. I. n UK 1.9, RI.GS, GliXT'eV
I'ISS, ALT, U A It 111 , &r.,i.c,
Wbieh we offer very cheap.
A LARftE STOCK OF
Which were bought at the AtsineeV bule of bvne A Co.. Cincinnati, O.
which we offer nt -0 per cent leas than they are mostly Sold. We baveltff
one elegant llrofhe Sltaul which we cfltr lor (5 lesa than it is actnal!
IB5 OVERCOATStl allgradea; which Ptutt LesoM in tb
neit sixty day.
Cull and see our goods and be oohvirroed.
EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE
Wilkesville, Vintott.Co., Ohio,
HAVK fitted up their new mid commndIotit store-room in superb style Dfnf
neithe? time or money to remier it equal in architectural style to an
room in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their fo'inor stock of Drngfa
Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs. Patent and l''uini'y Medicine to repletion, t
which they have ad led a full and complete lina of Yankee Notions, Tobacerf
and Jewelry which thoy will sell at lowest possible prices for cnn.
THE BROKER'S OFFICE
will be Conducted in the establishment its heretofore. Monies loaned and pat--per
discounted. 1 .: i
In connection with the Medical Department will be established a " "
Men ii Snrecal
fur the better treatment nf all chrnnid uinl su gical disease and deformities
under a corps of directors who will employ nothing but flrstsjlass medics! t&W
ent us operatives in the Institute.
Putients can be noc module. riftrrtlie first of October with bonrding
lodging and nursing at rutus far below what can lie afforded at similar irtrti'
tutiona in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Look
ing Glasses, and all kinds of House
J"S HUH M
ItETAlL DEALER IX
S K&rr&il&ZH mm
LAMPS AND LAMP FIXTURES
tt n i n l
Gralen and Enameled Fiont. Klrasa and I'orteltflrf
Kelllea, Vooden lVaro ol all liindx. MaiuifuclU'er of
Tin, Copper and hect Iron ware, both for wholcsalo and relai?
trade. Orders solicited from country d-Hcrs. .
l-SP0TTTffG, ROOFING AO BEPAISIKG DONE CUtt-HYr
iS"Sp9oial Indacemsuts effsred
Call and comp ire prices before purclniKin elstwhere
aJ a AT E m Vfrnt nag rmji f
S ' r'-: 1
mmW lh J jr ra i l I 1 St
it, .. j-iJ iJtci a smsa
PtflGO TO a. Mi msow&f
to those who will bay i full Outfit