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J. K. TOWtLL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
fin to the Xerebanto and Furnace
mu of Vintoa ootiMj.atuperior stock
of Dry Goods nd Notions, on terms
the aeoet favorable. Ivepuy
XL J. BOWERS,
REMll)E.T Dl;i 1 1ST,
f annular atteutKia ft. re to the treataatat
0 Hi atlaral imb,
Notice to Teachers.
'TUB BOA Kb of School Examiners
for Vinton County mill meet at tdo
Union School lluuae, in McArthor. on
tho 1st and 3rd r-'aturdays of March,
April, May, Septeaber, October and
November; and lh lt Saturday in
January, February, Juno, July, Au
gual and Deotiut.tr, in each year E
eaoaatious to uoniuietiee at Wo o'clock,
A. M Setiafactory evidence of good
oral character will bo required in all
eases. A fee of 5l) cetita ia required
liy law I mm eauh applicant
, 11. 11. BAlt. ES Ch'n I
J. ft IHJIIN, V!
" L O.fKIU'UE, ax I
a ui iner.
Uoward Sanitary Aid Ahmuciu
tloii. far the Hellef and Uuraol tha Kmne,ad On
, ' (ertiiaataouPriiiciiilaeofCbrietiaa
wny eo the Brrore of Youth, and the fbl
kaa ml Ana. in rtUtioD la Marriage aal Bogie!
nU, with eaaiimy aid for the elUialeif
leal A-, in eealeJ eonalopea. Adilrene,
MW tU AiSOCI tTION, but P, Pj.:'jel
NO. 115, 1.0. 0.F.
VV iVrnniimenl will hamilier
rf o.-lil IheweewiKl and lae
Hnnnfir Alaa4e.v eveuiaae al tmrk
eaealk. Hainan-it oi tlir ih-iii'Imm
Whoiuaf be vititlng om 'a are invita-i
attend. rAnio nvm w, v. .
Joea T. Rarta, S.
.MoArlhur. rVu'e 17, 1170.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
- . t 'Uirwn'i hoire. la uow lakinjdli
I m4 ll ntlif.r liranria. hi mhl iii eiilor.
plrakajit ia lal. loiiah and laMiuy inrhi-w,
VlufKluxwo poaaaa-ta avert qio-lii) lo auit
tV aod erlle I.) Ihv Id MiiiiU Imi-kel
fitOV eMt-haaptr par m.uui, ihau any oilirr
KraiKI af Itia miih- rii anil irlni IrM
nlil jr. Ino tKh-M'.u of iliia calaiMaiad l.rmid
ka bwail iM ill llllllrulll klona aillllH
ih Uu i.ii miiilli. ami liwia lill iiM-rva..
Ifl(. -If It" "tHAKftH a KKAHKlt
tUillwulhc, lllyo, arv tlia Maniilwliirara
ag.ni. aii'l aallaaluatiit (actor) f rivaa. .
fJYE &, LACKEY.
V OPPOSITE THE COUNT HOUSE,
67 l'AM'l ythKT.
I.VITB Iho tinj-)0 ol inwhiinla and Oir
iiHuruifu to ilia Mr iii io. k ol the iiln)t
I t-M jut rtvairail. Va will aall al t a vary
leVi'm fl.ut. lo (lie inula. Uidrra Ih-HuI
anil .riiiiiiiy atiauuru
" AOEnlS VVANUU1
Ta attl, ikntt at aaaaman,! a Gavimaca utior
. j J.' Perlain, amtnr Walarn Biiral, ri.h-aiio,
taiiil and ralilila. WViltoa a M Jaar,
mi i ..m'ih,.! nnMralln: UM othf r anara-
!.. "ar rhi graill "ork la fea) la frit,
afkiVllMvWi. .orlerm. ttrnmr) ,!.!.,
a,tk.iL AANlVr-i CU., rul.ll.twra,
tlf aV.Mat. Ciectoaalh -
VA UVlni.- lafcn.ir aorlf., aiara eaarallia'ioa..
Ibm.i... ...i.rM. i ttAi iiint
'Mr f'tlvm't arwrk w lull. aaA .
u4arM. hv toa arMii imM a
JdL C. JONES,
REL ESTATE AGENT
Blc Arthur, Tluton Ci, O.
REALIST IT E
Bought, Sold andEichrmged
GREAT BAEOaTTs IN LAITD3.
ABAEE CHAS OcjTO BUT A HOME
il'llit Vlliw'nibi'ia ail' It aolii low
J t aaMtaibl. larm lo . at mt-nt I
576 ACHES OF LAND
Putnam County West Ya,
WllUll. 2)i MIliB OF 5A1LK :
34 Miles Fruni Male Capital
County Eosd Buns 'ihrough Trace
PINK r.kKUM LAND WITH
PLENTY tF ItCN ORE.
T KLI. watarad. AtKiiit IA acw -lahrail.
If Oond iraina h"U uu-' out Lull.
Tiin'--r -pouur, w.luut, oak. uh, hickory
... Title VPerfeet.
Tha 'avtira tract or ona-nall will ba
,,,r,a7t H. CJOMaS.
. . .
anAArRRi ot n timhar land, naar
lZ)Xml!. K. K. 1 ha limla-r alll
than iay Rr lh- land it ul uu in lha iiirkft.
Titla -arrui. For lull oaaeriuimD null
MA y ITB I N S mil ft II a M. A C
TiiTil . K Tilt larro i-oBUiw Hia-ie-
lit HI Hirty aera. claarad lair in no-a-11
.i.eaM. A ac.d ooal hank nBanil
oratoa. .Ufaat l.t i-oal. Furaa-arh.ao.
120 Acres in HanUon Townihip,
"liVili amhar laid, sell waterad aad
t ula uarta.1.
-aawr 'uaianir iaiiuaa.Ti
hvi -m urn 'oniinllH ii lnulalj
ta. tt rV S Wm am" -ava
Xitaaoa ao f tviaJ n taoij a-ff4mrf
tmjf II tiqa.'aMap aowa aqt v araqdl
- - mjmm nan awiajaiit aioai at
nnriV Tt MtlAlJ MOJ
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Ori I Mlfl ft-n II n T1 1
1m PariaaaLaill T-BI aa(Ta leaapaaaB l
THE VINTON RECORD
Oftcial Organ of Vinton County. -
The Vinton Rtcoao newspaper and
job office ia for aale at a bargain to a
euih buyer. Apply to or address
JOHN T. HAPER,MeArtbur,0.
"Happy Nsw Ykar."
Veils are uow worn
over the bat like scarf.
A FfcW only a few drum
mer's have invaded our village'.
Lot k over ihe advertise
meuts in this week'a ixeue.
Mcsu and milk socUbles art
OYsTLRS artt an excellent
tiling lo luxuriate uu just now.
Doct b your ola Bleighs
sharpen your ekate.
Tub turkeys have
raenced to bid each
D m t l.ave vour imple
ments scattered over the (arm,
xpneed to 3now Hnd rain.
Why re girls named Mary.
the must amiable? Because
they are the easiest Molly fled
Tub "swearing off" season is
near at hand. Prepare ye who
coiaeniplaie an indulging.
Our com try Iriends are in
dulging rattier ireely in rpell
ing mutches. A good idea.
Tuk hack ol the new one
dollar Segal tender note re
setnbles a ten.
Thamps still Mam the rur
rouiidinit country in consider
able numb. rs.
The poor SAine must evi.
tlenilv begin tn leel ctmsider
ably ''stuck up." Ve should
j t1 ace so.
OUR ii-e men are alraid the
crop will fail ajtaiti this winter.
We gueHH not, as there is plenty
oi lime yet.
No youitV man is proof
sgainst a gum drop when he
hola" it between her teeth and
Invites hi hi. o take a drop. ,
.Next , to an umbrella the
must difficult thing for some
people , to keep is their : none
out of other people' business.
'I can not da without the
Record - send it aIon:"--i8
message which greets m every
now and then
Tub Temperance pruyer
Lieeiing will be at Mr. U.
Ambrose's, m-x' Friday after
noon, M 3 o'clock P. M
An OrJiiiHtice bs been
natised reauiri.ia? - saloons
i;lose at nine o'clocl:. I M.
will be found in our adverlii?
Undkb the ne pilotage law,
8 uUc libers residing williiu the
i tiun'y are not required to pay
postage, even it their poht tf
lice Is in the adjoining county.
A LIGU1N1NQ train has b-en
put on the niHiu line .ot ihe
Mxriella & Cincinnati Rail
road, which Will run Irom Cin
cinnati to .New . I ork, 7
miles, in twenty-lour hours."
Til' 8K who have pork, beet,
binter, cheese, eggs and other
country products to sell, ought
to be gelling all the money lu
ll. tt ion their hearts can desire
about these limes.
A 0 -tD rule is lo buy not
nig ynu don't want, and noih
lug ou can't pay for. ' No inn
who aUajs lived up lo Una
principle evei died In the pour
V hear' o. neiithburhoods
inihecoun'y where uiptlitna
prevails Itia iimiceable txieut.
Be a Caret in as possible not
j to lake cold,, and give prompt
attention 'to what may seem
'i.ntv un nrdinatv sore tbroa'.
: Nivkb in the annals ol his
: : m
Wiins Ibtevfng been so ex-
teiihively , praclloeil tbrougb
out the country as nt.W. ScaiCe
Jy.an exchange comes ,; to
allium t containing 'some
oo'ua't l of pVtiy ljueVinfr
..... 1 -. .
A Mans Heart cut in two with
A horrible murder w com
mitted last Thursday niplitt
(24tb ins.) inVinton township,
near Kagl Furnace. The
murderer! name U David
Gregory he killing Matthew
Dalton, by striking him with
an ax in the Jelt breast, unkind
ihe ax about five inches deep,
cutting Ibe heart in two. Bji
little is known concerning the
motives or circumstances ol
the murder, except mere flying
ruuiori. It appears that Dal
ton had WMUt to Gregory's
aba.ity, while the latter had
gone out to get some chickens.
ile returned in a short lim",
finding Dalton in his lenemeul
near the woman whom lie
claims to be his wile. We un
deratand that Gregory claims
that Ddlton bad made improp
er advances to his wile, and al
ho claims that Dalton had a
tstoue tied in a handkerchief
and had struck at him wiih n;
but at to these statements we
are not reliably inlormed. An
inqnest was held over the dead
body by Seth Sharp, Justice ot
the Peace. Constable E. Had
cliff arrested and brought
Gregory to town wKh the as
aUtance of Mr Sharp, securely
lied on a horse. The prisoner
started to run when firal seen
by the constable, w hen a few
shots from a revolver brought
hi in to a stand. The ax was al
kO brought to town. Ihe ax
as well as the handle wms cov
ered profusely with blood.
Gregory was a wood chopper ai
the lurnace and claims lo be
Irora Virginia. The ax wss new
and had never been used and
waa frelily ground, lie was
taken beiore Henry Payne, J.
P. last Si-turdy mornIiWvaiv.
ed an examination and was re
miinded to jail lo await bis tri
al by the Court ol Co in in on
Federal Troops Needed in McArthur,
Iftidg irom the late scenes
ol lawlessness Hnd disorder, we
believe the strong arm of mil
tary power should be. invoked.
Either the Governor or the
President should send tnnp
immediately. We do not know
whose business . it U to apply
lor troops but we know that
!aw is violated and i ffl.-era de
fied. Therefore, we, as ci'izens,
haying an equal interest in the
public weal, and having great
confidence in President Grant's
ability to suppre8 riots, in-ur
recuois or rebellions, and as
this paper troes lo Washir.gton
City, tberelore we will address
a few lines to the President,
thrniitrh this paper:
To JIi Excellency Dlyum 8
Grant. J're$ident of the Uni'
ted Ulatts of America:
In accordance with the pro.
viitinns ol Ihe Constitution ol
Ihe United Stales which sn
cures to each Slate. a Republi
can lorm of G' Vernn.ent, and
as we have no government,
nothing but anarchy, we tlx te
(re must ask that you provide
in adequate manner in estab
lishing the same.
The laws are openly violated
and the ofiVnders go unpunish
ed, the .officers of the law are
auccestdully renisled by vio
lence and therefore unable lo
execute the . same. Yt.u are
therefore requeued lo send
such torce ol troops, a in your
judgment the exigencies ol the
case may r quire, lorlhwith.
This request ialn-m Hie law
tbidiiig i-iiizeus of which there
are still a tew left iu McAnhur,
! Mrs. Farsi 6i--soh is suff.T
(nit very much and is veiy low
with dropsy, at the residence
of her son, George SiS3on. She
was tapped last week and near
ly two buckets ol water taken
irom her. The water is again
aucumuUiing and she can no1
' We understand that Bowen
ia p ibliching a paper al Ham
den. We have oV- seen it.
Bowen won't send it to oa, her
Cause he is mad ut'us because,
we told all iibout bis erysypbt-
Mas scrape in Jackson,
Transfers of Real Estate.
John T. Ogierto Uarrieland
Jaiue Campbell, part ol iu-Iot
15, (22 leet front,) Ilamden,
tl.400. . .
Jujeph D, Murphy to Daniel
C. Gill, 28 acres, Swan town,
Wui. 11. Jennings to T. .
Knaus-, in-lot 3 Jenuing's Ad
dition, and north half of iu-lot
Sl.Water'a Aadilioo to Zileiki,
John A. Fulton to -Milton
Sullivan 80 acre, Harrison lp.,
Milton Sullivan lo R. S.
Piumjier, same lauds as above,
Win. Mark et al, by Sheriff,
10 Thus. 11. Davis, bl acres,
1'hoinaa ihacaer to Wm.Wy.
alt, 95 acres, Kicblaud lp., $;J63
Thuuias oalts lo Juliu Sail-,
1st, 27 acres, Clinton tpn 1250.
Piiebe A. Shockey and hus
band to Jennie E. Bull, s. in
lot 66, (40 by 66 It.,) McAntiur,
A. L. Uucter, by administra
trix to Rebecca J. Hunter, his
interest iuaJ62 acres, Eik tp.,
Jonn T Stone to Jas. Stone,
130 acres, Swau tp., $2,000.
Zileskt Company lb John
iicrold,6 acrts, Eik tp, $240.
Lewis Ge-snkk, a wholesale
liquor dealer irom Cbiilicothe
had the lower pari of hit leg
broken by stepping off Irom a
t-roHsing near the louih-aest
corner ol M.in and Market
streets, he was taken to his
lodgings at the Uulbert House,
where Drs. D. V C. W.Ran
nells attended to his injuries,
lie lell for Cbiilicothe, next
A lamp chimney may be
made almost indestructible bv
pulling it over the fire in a
vessel of cold water and let
tins: remain until the' water
boils. It will be lound that
boiling toughers in this case.
Give it a trial. .
If you wish to make your
lady love an acceptable and
valuable New Year present,
just subscribe lor the Vmton
Ri crd ' lor 1875, and have it
sent lo the young lady's ad
LAUY-alllU.NLK Al tiie renl
dKiice of tlu bilJu's father. Wm. S)irl
ner, i) mileii wesi of Mo Vrtiuir, by
lUtv. Wui. Abernatliy. Mr. Stkfues
Lady mid Urns Amaxda J. Shkikkr,
both of Vlutnii enmity.
Pilaris B. Winters and Mary Hun
Stuart Scott and Sophia Booth,
Jului Bt tld and Ella Sprouse.
Stephen 11. Lady and Amanda J,
George Fee and Margaret House,
Vf j. W. Phillips and Sarali McLean
Wm M. Murtludill and Sue A.
Ireneus Bay and I.iizleC. Radctift.
Toscph Howell and Sarah L. West-coat.
. MaoNDa, I'liotographer. Chillicothe
pives careful attention to making cop
tea of other p!o;ura. . Pictures mny be
made as larise as life from the tiniest
l"cket picture, and msde in every way
atialaotiiry by carelul and judicious
coloring. Photographs from nature
I'nun utlier pictures coiced in the beet
atyles in oil, ater t-olors, b"M'n, pas
tel or ink, at rates to suit all eircinn
Flour, wr aaeu, I1.S0
Utrit Heal per bush 70
Corn . .... .'
Beans 1.7A(g ItiO
Jried V ipiei 1.00
Timothy Seed per bush.... 3
Cli.ver " " ..... . 6
Unions ' ,... 100
MayVton ....... I5.00a20
Hams, country " M)i
' " sujrar cured..:
Smoked -ides ,
Cterae u 20
Tallow . M
Oliltkeiis. lire 16.26
Hocking Salt per bbl K0
While Fish 7-"5
Tea . . ...... LOOal
(ultee Sugar. 11
New Orlimus Molasses....... 80at.00
Sorgliuiu . . .4"?.-
Mynip i .'. ........ -75a.lA0
Start'andles. per lb
Tallow - .... ,. ........ o..lf
SoaK country per lo......
Feathers. J... .C;. '
- , .".w...
OaU ,, , .,I52
I have just xnann
factored and am now
offering at lowest pri
ces a Ml stock of all
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Cases
always on hand. 'Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
Corner of High and Locust EtreiU
E. A. BIGGINS. J. H. UEINLEIN.
IIIGGiKS at UEinLBX,
MANUFACTURERS UP AND DBA KS IN
And all Kinds of Monument! and
Tfcanndaniifnad hTlnf formed a ee-part-
aaramp unaor int nrm nania 01
McCOMMON & EVANS,
Call tha attention of tha pnblio to thtir lull
Ladles' and Cents' Gold and
frst Ctuirdeituf VperaVhmttte
Solid Silver and Flat edWare
Laaares aaal Morrla IwiBraTcd Saceika
F1NECUTLEROOI.O PENS, AC,
And tTar-ihingkaptia a
FIE3T CLASS JEWELS! 8T0BE,
Wadding rlDga atd hair Jawalry mad to ar
Kapa-rlni of watcbaa, eloaka. and (awalrjr a
No charge for aaxraaiBf (ooda Inught al
KoreorrwH lima taka it frnm thtir ehrona
meter tha oulj one in the elty.
Seit Door to Warner House, 6fi
Faint Street. Chillicothe, Ohio.
J. 8. McCOMMON,
aa P m & w
at i - I m
3 l .mm. mm
ii i B 7. a I I haaaaaal
LaB i fci-
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Maaawaaaawawa-. .
CALL AND SEE
BE. S, & J. W.
We he-e a large aaaortment of Jewelrj, coo.Igting of
li die aET, piit, cirr
iiiaans, aivaitii.il. a.traitr in, bUM'S
VIMi. tlS, WATCUES, &r.,&.c.,
Which we offer very cheap.
A j A n K
Which weie txaahtat the Aiaivnee'a
which we ttnt at ' -0 rr cant lena than
one eltgant Broche Shawl which we
86 OVERCOATS of
next eixty daye.
Call and see our goods and be convinced.
R. S.& J.W.WILCOX,
mm NIC STORE!
Wilkesville, Vinton Co.; Ohio,
HAVE flttm) up their tew and commodious store-rnnra In superb style unnr
neither time or money to render it equal in architectural stylo to any
on in Southern Ohio, and have replenished their former stock of Drugs f
Paints, Oils, Dye htutTa, Patent and Family Medioines to rcplution, to
which they hae adld a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobsusir
and Jewelry which tlioj will sell at lowest possible prices fur cash.
THE BROKER'S OFFICE
will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pt
In cohhectlon with the Medical Department will be established a
for lbs better treatment of alt chfnnio and au gioal discaaes and deforwltifa
under a corps of direotors who will employ nothing but flratclass tuedicul tt l
eot es operatives In the Institute.
Patients can be accommodated after the first of October with bonrdin,
lodging; and nursing at rates fur below what can be aflunled at similar inffi
tutlnne in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any
- - r '
Stoves, Tinware, Glass and Queensware, Locli
ing Glasses, and all kinds of Houss
J S. . HUH H :
RETAIL dealer in . .
LAMPS AtfD LAMP PIXTtJllES
Oralea and Enameled Frotila. Itrnss nntl PorrelalH
Kelt If U. Wooden Ware ol nil RJuils. Maniifuctu.er or
Tla, Copper and heet Iron ware, both for wholesale una rctuii
trade. Orders solicited from country denusru. ' -
j-SP0tJTtN0, R0UFINO AN9 REPAIRING DCKE C1IEAPL .
isSbeOial Inducemeuts offered ta those who will buy a full Cu.
for HntitRknenino'. .
Call and coinDrenricea before Plireliuslns elsewhere. lospr
THE STOCK OP
mTT, it rent, accs,
title of r-bavn & Co., I ineioniti, 0..
tliay are utuallr sold. We bare It f
tC lor (5 lees tlian it ia actually.
all grades; which mutt be sold in th