Newspaper Page Text
THE VINTON RECORD.
t. -e A it I'll UK; Oil 1 0, THURSDAY. SEPT. 10. 1 874. , FOR SALE. Tk Yintnti Hecnrd nevrsrjaner and job offiot U for ula at a bargain to a ash boyer. Apply to or address JOHN T. RAPKR, McArthur, 0. . REPUB LIOAN" COUNTY C OT7ENTI0N, ; ' The ' ltepublican voters ol ' VIritoh oon7 are notified to 'meet at their respective places 'ol holding elections on Satur day, September 10th at ' 4 oclook V. M. to select dele gates to attend the Convention ( at the COURT HOUSE, McARTHUR, ON Wednesday, September 23, at n o'oloob:, a.m for the purpose of selecting candidates for the lollowin? county officers: Sheriff, Trees urer, I.ecrier, Commissioner, : Coroner, 3 Infirmary Directors, one for 1 year, one for 2 year, one for three years. The town ships will be entitled to dele gates as follows, being 1 lor ev ery 25 votes cast lor E. F. Noyes, for Governor, last fall : Brown, 3; Clinton, 5; arle, 2; Elk, 8; Harrison, 2; Jackson, 4; Knox, 2; Madison, 5; Richland, 5; Swan, 5; Vinton, 1; Wilkes ' ville, 6. The township meetings will also designate persons to the Convention to act as members of the Central Committee, in the proportion of one member from each township, and one additional member for every 100 votes or fraction greater than 50 cast lor E. F. Noyes. for Governor, last fall. The fol lowing is the number of mem bers to which each township is entitled: Brown, 2; Clinton, 2; Eagle, 2; Elk 3; Uarnson, 2; ' Jackson, 2; Knox 2; Madison, 8; Richland, 2; Swan, 3; Vin ton, 1; Wilkesville, 3. The County Convention will also select 5 members oi the Executive Committee. All persons who are in favor of lifting Vinton county out of debt, and maintaining her cred it on a par with that of proper ly managed counties, are invit ed ta act with us in an effort to bring about a reform in the fi nancial management ol the county. By order of Rep. Ex. Com. JOHNT.RAPKR.Sec'y. The warnings of the German authorities against emigration to South America appear to be fully justified. Eighty emi grants have just returned from Brazil to Berlin in a miserable condition, having been forward ed from Antwerp at the ex pense of the German Consul At Hanover several residents upplied them with provisions And clothes. Susan B. Anthony is on the war path . to reiute another Blander, that of the girl Bessie, who testifies that she caught the frisky Susan seated on the lap of the fascinating Tilton. Susan denies Ibis in toto, and h?r,. word is good enough in this (instance, whatever a cold world mis?? t think of her at . av other times. Me. N. F. Day. 3 man of large means in Bristol Ver mont, left by will five thousand dollar to help pay the public debt, and his executor has paid over the money to Secretary Bristow. This is an exbibitiou ol practical" patriotism worthy of imitation. Tbk Republicans of Jackson have put in nomination the following gentlemen. For In firmary Director. W. S. Shel Jenger; for Prosecuting Attor ney, J. L Joaes; frr Commis sioner, Geo. W. Brown; for Sheriff, R. YV. Hubbard. j hi i i i Mas. TiLioa and Mrs. Oviog ton, of Brooklyn, are now camping out at lake . Waura xaang, in Bridgeport,. Conn. V Congressional Convention. On thu 2tib of August, the Republican Cnnjyessionul Convention- assembled at 1'oriS mouth, at 11 o'clock, and was called fo order by James W. tiaimoii. On motion Mr. Little of UocRiiifT, was chosen chair man, and I lie appointment ol a?fcretary was dispensed with. Mr. Johnson, ol Lawrence, moved that Hon. Ilnekiali S. Bu tidy be declared the nomi nee pf the Convention, which was carried unanimously. On motion ol Captain A. B Cole, of Scioto, the existing Congressional District Com mittee was extended for the en suing two years. The convention then adjourn ed. Transfers of Real Estate. Agrippa Wells to Mary Wells, of in-lot No. 9, Wilkes ville, $1. Mary Wells to Hannah Wellst of in lot No. 9, Wilkesville, 81. Henry A. Cecil to Elizabeth Orubb, 16 acres, Eagle town ship, $100, ' Cyrus Martin to David Mar tin, of 132 acres, Knox town ship, 5685. Geo. & Robert Watson to Eli Reynolds, north ol in lot Ho. 25, McArthur, $150. Levi Huff, by Auditor, to Ell Re) nolds, 120 acres.. Harrison township, $9.16. Morgan Morgan to David Linu, part of out lot No. 11, McArlhur, 9125. Thos. E. Sturgeon to Ja.mes McCormick, 40 acres, Eagle township, $500. Win. B. Duncan to Andrew Cotinll, 100 acres, Vinton township, $1,650. A. D. Ankrom to Leonard Miert., 40 acres, Jackson town ship, $225. Amy Morgan to Wm.T. Tat man, 40 acres, Eagle township, 5300. Portsmouth Tribune. Death of a Centenarian. Mrs. Hannah Waits, a color ed lady, was buried from the residence of.' her son-in-law, Wm. Thomasj corner of Twelfth and Findlay streets, last Sun day. She was born in Rich mond, Virginia, September 5, 1767, and had she lived until next Saturday the would have been 107 years old. She was born in slavery , and her mas ter moved iron) Richmond to Tavis Valley when she was be tween seven and eight years of age. She remembered dis tinctly being frightened bv Washington's soldiers point ing their guns at her in sport, when she was a good szed girl, on the "old plantation." Wash ington's sergeants were at thai time recruiting in lhat part ol Virginia for the revolutionary army, and she remembered viv idly the stirring scenes con ne.cted therewith. After this the family history is not very distinct op to limes within the recollection . of her daughter, Mrs. .Lucinda Thomas. This lady was born in Cabell Coun ty, West Virginia, and she has no definite record of the date when her mother was sold and removed from Eastern Virgin la, They all lived in , Cabell county in slavery, up .to the close of the rebellior, when they were made free, and moved to this city, where-they have lived ever 6ince. The The old lady bad all her senses up to the time of her death. She bad her second growth ol hair, and was in every, way re markably smart for one so old. She died peacefully without a struggle. CiaiZEKS ol Henry ville, Indi ana, offer a leward ol $1,000 Id the apprehension of the murderer of August Gardner, who was robbed of his money and then tidd to a railroad track. Bob Thomas and Lewis E. Clark have been arrested on anspicion of being the mur derers, and there are threats ol lynching them should the evi dence indicate their guilt . A 8TATUTI to Daniel Webster, to be placed in Central Park, New York, is offered by Mr. Gordon W. Burnbam. The stat ue it to be of bronze, colossal size, with granite pedestal. The great, statesman, is - certainly deserving of inch a imemorial. Tbi statement Is published that a German boose at Leip sic, which is publishing a trans lation oi the first vol did a of Botcher's Life of Christ, has discontinued the publication, and offers for sale at actual cost all on hand in conse quence of the disreputable dis closures about Beecher.. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THE ELIAS HOWE Sewing Machine. TheG rente-it Production the World Ever Knew. OUR claims for tha superiority of the Eliaa Howe Machines can nor- er ba disputed, Tbia moat enviable reputation baa been obtained by ita own merit. We do not elaim tbat we offer our machine for the fewest dollars, or on tbe longest line of credit that can be obtained by buying other class of ma chines. But we do claim we bare the BEST IN THE MARKET. THE BIST IS TEE CHEAPEST, We are wanting agents to sell onr Machines in Vinton and Hocking counties, for whioh we propoae to pay a liberal commission; furnish three or more wagons if an agent will usn and posh them for the basinets. We in tend operating on an entire new basis; for this reason we want good, lire men to run the thing. The reputation ot the Howe is well known throughout Vinton and Hocking counties as well as over the entire world. You will find me at the UULBEUT HOUSE, Mo ARTHUR, O., any time this month, ready to administer to your wants. w. c. Mclaughlin, Special Agent. inptls7l 3t CI 11 CAYa-OR will furnish a Walt. I. (V. OIimii, vau-h In o. ailversas lor SI7.&0 Hrir ca-c II 74 per o extra. DEVOE'S BRILLIANT OIL. TheTianscontitiental Brand THE DEVOE M'G CO .PR'S NEW YORK SMBBBHSBaWSJ Aur.NT": SaJaVAWJBai The Standard Oil Co LKVKLANO. John Allaton Sc Co., A. Harvard, CU1UAUU. RN KKAiSClSUU. Alex McDonald 6V Co C1KCINNAT1. SAFE. BEYOND AIL CHAUCE. Urovntly recommended lo gdn-ral una bv Ilia N. Y. Kir CominisMnnt-rsand Fir Inaursnc Oo.'s ('ommon coal oil la not cafe inder all circumstances or csreles ma hevoe's Hril lisnt Oil i safe under ny olrriiminm fs or a - Uveil in mora tlmn l(i,0ii hnmea and Inploriaa for th lat n ye.ra without an ao cideot o-a Bra I he finaat illuminator in th world -doe not moke nor upall norcrut lh wick-Will bum to the last diop in th lamp without refilhn Burn in the ordinary coal oil lamps The can in which (he nil ia put up for lamilv uae nhould he aeen to b appreciated tbnd for etnular or oaf uj abn. ONE MILLION ACRES OP Splendid Michigan Lands FOR 8ALE. The Oram) hapidt aad .(Nana Riiboai ha been flmahed ituo mile long, and it entire land grant earnedl In Farmlnd Landa to Actaal Settler, for iDtliv.daals or uolonle. SPECIAL BARGAINS for 1874. 100,000 acre ha liern sold already. Th lands are well timbered, making the be. I kind of forma. Hlrong hoiI ol great produc ing power Easily reached by rail or water. Goad MarlnU. Kailroad rim thinuith the grant Michigan Ih one ol Ihe tea iaifebferfnnd n opt pro,prou r-tiite in the West Ita Kkooti are tmnmalltd. It financial elarding No 1. No difficulty in Iranoportatinn. Peace and prosperity are in it. border. Lsnd.trom 14 to IH per acre, 'l ime mfn-ient. Interest 7 per cent. WM. A, HOWARD, Land Commissioner 'iMnd Kapms, Mich. P. B, PIEUCK, Bco'y land Lcpaltnient. tlr'tOflr" RT ' home. Terms free. Z 'Addraa o. Buniom A Co., Portland, Me. 77 A WEEK guaranteed to male and leinaie agent in tnetriocai it Co.ta WnTUINOto trt it. Particulars Iree. P. VICK- ERY A CO., Augusta, He. The fM Bachelor' March Or-ling Which, Barcainlle Happy Thought dchottiwh Kinkel.tO U Kinkel, 40 Kinkel, 60 NEW MUSIC Bilr rtpray. Caprice Mauifk Kinkel, 40 Surer Spray. Horoeau Flegant Kinkel, All The Reapers' Uance, OharacteristiqueKin. 3i BY THE AUTHOR OF Angela' Viaits Morceau de 8alon Kinkel. 40 The Tillage Festival Caprice Kinkel 40 Trembling Letter. Morceau de balon Kin JO WHISPERINGS OE LOVE. Gentle Spring Walts Klnkla, 30 Amyryllif Schottisch Kinkel, SO Mailed, post-paid, on receipt of the marked MUSIC FOR SCHOOLS. We give particular attention to the select ing of music for school purpose. Teacher faronng ua with their order need only slate what class of Mnsio thej desire, and we will guarantee to make them a satisfactory selec tion. GFT the BEST. The best NEW chool aingiog book rirjr Echoes Price, t 60 The beat standard school book Th Boifg Kcho Price, 75 Thr bet piano instructor Peters' Eclectio ' Price, S II The beet reed organ instructor Kinkel' New Method Price, S M The best instructor for the voice Ludden's School for the Toioe Price 8 K Tne beat suitor instructor Worrell'. Guitar Price, 1 80 i ne nest collection ror male roiees Bcneeriest Price, 1 (0 The beat collection tor mixed voices Ne Plus Ultra Glee Book Price 1 60 Th beat collection for church and horhe Tb Cluster - Price 1 40 The beet instructor for ecordeon Sedgwick's Complete Method Price, 1 60 The beat inatructar for Concertina Sedgwick's Complete Method Price, 1 W iWuAerf ami suited, vM.faid, ty 1. U PETEKB), 60S BROADWAY, K. T. Mi s Me & 0 Notice. Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio. XTOTTCE Is hereby girea lhat Levi Wymao. ll admin trator, with th will annexed, of John Wyman. deceased, haa tiled hi account for partial settlement with the eetaie of said Johi Wvman. and that the same ia set for jieanpa'en the Wrh day el September, last., (iT4,)aflo o'clock, A. M f H R. MAYO, PrebaU Judge. . Bjitemlrl,llTt,: 41 Notice. Trlg.lockholJeraoftl MeAdhar Build ine sod Lom Aot;Miioa aoliS u pay iheir wly dae oa o .before lb fch day of September, 174. M th ornce ol J M. MeUillivray, bwnur of Iht assorietioa, or at th regular mtiDg of said Avaociatraa. By ord.r w - J. A. FKI. IOR, )Eiruti-o CP. WARD, I'-vmmill. O. W. HOLLAND. B'd of tar. Legal Notice. MRS. JKNNIB B. OAQB and WiUum A. 0.(e, her hn.hand. who reaido ia Hoaa oouaty.Ohio, lamo H. f. Fhrler, reaidiof in nurnngama rhm, itiki opeoro, anil, nor, o fouiu-o jrNr of as, maiding ia Ho. county, h o, and Krnn.o P. Hpvaea, a minor or tourlaen jmttt nmt.ns in KdokIII. ron.e, and Nalaoo Hich round, of Vinton county, Ohio, will winuiie that Henry 0. Flvler. admmirtialor o I he f Mato of 4oh P. Plyly, dai-eaaed, o lha ISU) . ol Augutt, A. U. IS74 Hied hi aetiiloa in Ik Probate Court, of Vintoa Couniy.Orno, e. ing that lh peraonal rtMi of aid decadent ia in.ufflcient to pay hi oebt odebara;or admini.iria hi fUI; tha, bo dd neiaad in fe implof tha following drtnhd real aalata, .ItuaU la aaid county, to wn; the aoiita and of ih a4 halt of th fomh we.l n i.rter of Mctioa eleven, (11) lowohip nine, (H) rang anteen (18) oonuinin Any aerea. AUotbt hlfofeoiioa elerra. (II) tnwa nm O'O. t) r i'ea. (IS) tonuminir three hundred and eighty eixhl (m) aore all id Vinton town.hip, ia aaid rount). Al.o ao undivided one half Iniereat in th following-dev-iihed real eaMe.ait'iateln Harnan. town .hip, Ko count, Ohm, and deaoribed a M low th ra.t h.M of lh north.wet quarter, lh t halfnf the oulh-wai quarter, and lh weal halfnl the outh -et quarter of aectioa oi aeclino eight, (8) township leo, (10) awe nineteen, (If) uoniaiolng iiu aore The prayer of aaid petition i for a ml ol aid praiuiae, for the J iu.nl of debt and charges alureaaid. said pttitiuD will he for hearing on th 10th day of eepMiubat, 1874; or as won thereafter as leaf oaa.0 obtained. UBNRTO. PLTLET, Administrator of th Avaiate ol John P. 'Mr ley, deceased. itOauKw La a I dearly lov Song and cho.Btwrt, So No tidit.K flora over the sea. dong a olio Htewsrt Alnhiin.a Blonom., Bong and daac Temi'cranc Crusftden- Bong nd ch fltewttrt Write torn, Willie. Song nd nhoStewart 30 Wheni'harli playa th drum, bongaoho btewart M JENNIE. IXrling, I am lonely now. Song and oho Stewart Kiss me, darling, ere w part. Bong actio Blewart , t Br-e up, or have you heard th news 8tewsrt There it something I'm dying lo say ntewsrt . w.iuin. an the shadv aide, fioos and cho Rtawart SO Faiewell, Annie Darling. Song.aud eho doewsrt 90 THE FLOWER Do not ween to. Slater Darling. Bonsscho Btewart SO Beautiiui form of nv dreams. Bong Acao Btewart SI' Meet ma, Bessie, in the dell. Song snd cho Btewsrt BicK to the old home. Song echo. Btart 3)1 Close Ihe shutters, Willie dead. B ewart SO Asking blessing from Mother. Bongscho Blewart M OF KILDAUE. He kiased me good-bye at (he gat. Mr art 30 t enderly thinK oi tne aeaa. Bong ana cno Stewart ao Give my love lo all at home. Song indcho Blewart 'Neath th waves her spirit wsnders. Song Btewsrt Think ol me sometimes. Maggie. Stewart so My dear old Mother. ongcho. 6tew.t SO And Other Songs by J. , Stewart. I want to see th d-ar old home. Stewart 8n Uvstersand wine at X A. M. Snng. Stewart 30 rumbling through Ihe town. Bong. Stewart 3n King iuiaiii,swee silver Mis 8on;. Blewart 3 StoienKis.esare tile sweetest. Hong. StewnrCtd Jennie, the flower ef Klldare. BunH Biowriu Mailed, post-paid, ori 'ecelpt of Ihe marked price, By J. L. PETERS, 880 Broadway, New York. RICH FARMING LANDS INNtiHRAHK. NOW TOE SALE VEBY CHEAP. TIX IIIU' OtIDIT, IXTKSKST OXLT S pl OXkT. Send for "The Pioneer," A handsome illuatrated paper, containing the Homestead Law. A new number jut published. Milled Ire to ail part of the world, Addras O. F. DAVIS, Land Commissioner U. P. R. R. Omaha, Neb WATEIIS' (OMERTO OEGWS are the most beautiful in style snd perlect in tune ever made. The Concerto atop ia the best ever placed in any oigan. It ia produc ed by an extra set of reeda, peculiarly viod, the erlodof which is mom charming and soul stirring, while it imitatiou af Ihe human voice is superb. Terms liberal. WATERS' Philharmonic. Vesper & Orchestral ORGANS. in unique French cases, are among the bent made, and combine purity of voicing with great volume of tone. Builabl for parlor, church or music hall, WATERS' New Scale PI ANOS hsve great power aud a line singing (one, with all modern improvements, snd are the beat pianos mide. These organ and pisnos are warranted for 6 years. Price extremely lo for casn, or part cash and balance in monthly or quarterly payments. Second-hand instru ments taken in exchange 'gents wanted in in every county in the U. 8. and Canada. A lioeral discount to tewhers, ministers, chu-vhes, ax-hoots, lodge, Ac. Illustrated catalogue mailed. HORdCE WATERS A SON, 481 Broadway, New York, P. O Box 366T. Scribner's Monthly, THE SUM41EB CAMPAIGN BEGUM Another Great Literary Sensation, The Modern Roblm onCrusoe With 150 Beautiful Illustrations. Messrs Boribner t Co., hsve secured for serial puhlieatioD In SCRIdNEK'B MONTH LY, M. Jules Verne's latest story, 'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND1 in which, not conlenl with tbe old stone of "Robinson Crusoe" end Ihe "Bwisa Family kobiusnn," the writer undertake t show how a party ol men cast upon a mysterious and desert island may live by iher scientibc resources alone, without the aid of any wreck to draw upon lor the material of life snd comfort. The party ar American who set out from Richmond. Va.,oum,g tbe sirge.u abillooo. M Jules Verne unibie wi n an accurate scion line kDnwleoge, an .vxuberanc pf inventive genius tbat has FASCINATED TBE WORLD. . Tha theme of tbe present story aford the author th finest opportunity for the display of his peculiar gilts. The nory will be pro Inselv illustrated, and I begun In the April number. For sal bv all New beater or Booksell er. Pnoe ti 00 a year, 36 cent a number. 80R1 BNa,H 4 CO., 664, Broadway, N. Y. Stnarl74 WILKESVILLE AHD HAMDeF HACKLINE. IWILTj ran a hek from Wilkesville to Hamden and return every Tuesday, Thara day, and Saturday tor th accommodation f passengers, making close connection with th mail train 00 the M. C. R. R. I will alo earry exprene paukag shipped tq Of (rotn mibI by loa Adams Ei press Co. MpT ISAAC MILLIB CLOSING OUT SALE WE are now oftVrlnr our fntrre stock of Bumfnur Goods conslstlnn; In part of Paranoia. Fana. Souiim r Hats. Ac, at fesa than the wholesale b rices, la order to close out betore September 1st. Fans worth 44 u Parasols worth $3.75 at 13.00 V " 3.25 at 2.75 " " 2.75 at 2.25 " " 2.00 at 1.25 1.00at .65 " .75 at .50 Now is the time to buy a we are determined to sell regardless of cost. R.S.& J. W.WILCOX, llnmdcn, (. EXCELSIOR DRUG STORE! DE. W. C. CLIN E & SON. Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio. HAVE fitted up their uew and commodious store-ninin in superb style spar neither time ur money to render it equal in architectural style to any mom in Southern Oliio, and have replenished their former stock of Drug, Paints, Oils, Dye Muffs, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, to whioh they have ad ld a full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tobttcoo and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash. THE BUOKEU'S OFFICE will be conducted in the establishment as heretofore. Monies loaned and pa per discounted. In connection with the Medical Department will be established a Ileal anil Snrpal Hi for the better treatment of all ohronio and Bu,'jioil diseases and deformities under a corps of direotors who will employ nothing but first'olass medical tal ent os operntivea in the Institute. Patients Ciin be accommodated after the firdt of October with boarding, lodging and nursing nt rates for below what oun be aQorled at similar inti lotions in the cities, and as good medical attendants as can be procured any wheie. 1 81.50 at 81.00 1.25 .75 .65 .50 1.00 .75 Notice of Appointment. Estate of Martha Hawk, deceased. THR nndersinu,! haa been appnlntjd and qnalifleil aa admimstralor ol theeHulenf Martha Hawk, late ol VinUm ciiuuiy.'ieeeased. NiKH HAWK, Ailministnlor oflhe EaUtt of Manha llswk, decsed. July 23, 1873. HORTON'3 CORNET BAND, H. W. HORTCN, header, Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. HAVING lately purchased a new and hand-. Mm. band wajion, and are piepsred lo Furnish Kooil' musio on spplieaiion, lo all points in this or adjoining couniiea. Address, aa above fjun.m Manhood: How Lost, How Sestored ! just Diihlisteil. new edi tion f Dr. Gulverwell'a Celebrated Essay on lh radwui car Iwilliuut nie.il- cine) of -rMToaii"tt, or xeminnl Wesk ness. lnrolunury Seminal Losses, launTiscr Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta to Mama;, rtn., also, UoasllMmoii, trine- st, and Bi, induced by selMudulKeoceprKX ual eatraragane. avarrric in a sealed envelope, only t rent The celebrated suihor in this admirable rs. say clearlv demonstrates from a thirty years' sui-cesffuf prm-ti,-e, thai the alarming cine- quences oisen-iins msy d rauicai j curea without the dangerous us of int.mnl me,li nine or the application of the knife; pomtina out a mud or (.ure at one simple, pertain and effectual, by means ot which ever) siilterer. no mailer wnat nis eoncnion msy or, msy sure himself cheanly. Driraleh. and ndicallt Wi hi Let lure should be in the hsnds of every youth and every man in th land. ent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any add.-ess, jwslpeM od receipt ot iz oeow, or two post stamps. Also Dr. ilulrerwell's Marriage Guide," price AO cents. Addresath publisher, , " CHAS. J. O KI.INK CO., 127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box, 408 Road Notice. aOTICE is hereby nren that a petition will tins pressmen 10 tn uommissioaers or Vin ton county, at their ne XI session to be hdld on the 8rt I Monday of Hepmber, A l. 1874, praying for the establishment of a county road along Ihe following described rout in said count) of Vinton, to wit. Beginning at a point in the county road leading from Vinton btstioo to Zaleski, ia sa id county, ai a noinl neroad road intersect the sonlhlinrof Isaac ehry's land, In the s. w. quarter of o No. 13 of Elk tp. the same being ih point heie ihe township road called Inn Muggins rosd intersect saia county road: thence run ning east about ten rods lo Ihe western boun dary of 'he M. a O. H R land, them e in a norlh-earteily direction sbout parallel with the Marietti Cincinnati Railroad until aaid line intersect an old roadbed in th lands ol mid Isaac Shrr, thence in a northerly direc tion to thesout -east corner of ihe lends ol Holden Tiipo, thence in a north -easterly di rection throoh the landsoi John Hays to a point near Ihe center or Ihe north east o jar. lerot theoorth.westqiiartarofsecbnnNu. 13, township No. I,, range No. 17. in th land of Kli Gill, thence in northerly direction tbrouiih Ihe land of I -an. Will on the nearest and best route lo intersect the Htal road leading from McArthur to ZalesHi, Ohio, at a point near the house where John Uerroid now reside., and there to end. HOLDEN TftlPP, petitioner. July3n,lS7f 6w Wilkesville, Hamdea & UiddlepoiC HACKL1NE. 1 WILL run a hack from Wilkesville lo Bam den on Monday. Wednesday, and Fridays, reiueniDg on the same dsye. I will also run a return hack to Mlddleport Ob Tuesdays, Thursday and I aturdsys. re turning on the same day. JOHN LEVIS ugl874tf CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT At home, male or ( le, Ssua week wsr anted No capital required. Particular sent free. Address with s retura sump, 0. ROBS, Willbmsburgh, N. T. ADTEBTISEB8 send 81 eta. lo Oso. ttowsi., a t., 41 Park Row, N. I., for their f PrM. bowing soslaf d-vrUia WliTB.N HsTeD.Conn-Korlith tear. 1'iepnlntnrs 10 Bolleue, Ihe neidiliri ' si-hnnls or iiiiKiness, Hill, Hvsirmallo ami thoroiiiih pn.Vflcsl liaining hr militarjr ilrillino;, gym hHslics, rowlrji, tfo rqtitlnjrnes sent on sn. plication. WM. H. KUS8EU,, Principal. Road Notice. N OTICE i hereby givedthat a petition wll beprehentfd to IheComtiiisHloneranr Vin ton County. Ohio, si their nest regular ses sion lo beheld on the fln-t Monday d Septem ber A l ln7t,prai ing tor Ihe etablilun nl of a county road along I lis frllowu.g dewribed route in sain counlv, to wit: beginning at a point in Ihe center of th count) road lesd my last 'onnthan Winters' dwelling hue, stionl mirlern rods west of said house, in Klk lownvhip, of Vinton cunlv, Ohio, theno limning a Berth .esslei ly direction, Ih nearest snd best ro'ite, through Ihe l -nds of 'aid Jonsihsn Winters and Mry Rich mond to a I'Oiul st or near Ih north-west corner of B l Wolfs ganlen, t hence in sa easterly direction throuuh Ih laud of sld K l Wolf and Oilman, Ward ro., south of th "Water Hill" of said (iilmns. Ward t o , and smog the somn line ol lsnis owned by HenriettaWilson snd intersecting the Jackson iid McArlhur roid at a noinl about M feet soiilli olthe south line f the corporate limits nrihe town of McArlhur, in ssid Klk town ship, of Vinton coimiy, Ohio, and there to ad. WILLIAM F. KfcLI - N. Principal Petition, r. July 30th, 1S74. THE MCDEL BAKER Is another evidence of the advance ment of man's ingenuity Although it is a simple cooking utensil it is tbe woman's household treasure. It can be used in any cooking stove and is adapted to all the purposes of Baking browning, Stewing, Broilinir, Hoaxting, Pryinu', ete, It is air-tight, and there fore retains all the steam and flavor ruined by. the heat, makiriK food more healthful and more nutritious. It re quires no water, bnstinj! or attention whatever during the cooking process. The Model linker ia for sale by Preston Vandervort, Hulbert House, McArthur Persons winhing to test it will call as above. I will sell single Bakers or will dispose of the right for Vinton oounty. The following persons have tested the Model Baker and 1 refer to them for evidence that it will do all that ia claimed for it: T. B Davis and wife, Georce Lami and wife, M K. Barnes and wile, E. P. Bothwell, Alex. Perceat,d wife. John Jones and wife, J. S Will and wife, E. A Bratton and wife, L. U Perdue and wife, J. S Huhn and wife, O. W. Brunton and wife, Uiram Hulbert, also the boarders at the Hulbert House. H. J. Jones and wile, D. V. KannelU and wife. PKEsTONVaNDEKVOHT. COAL. GET THE BEST 1BAVE re-opened my coal bank, and am prepared to fall orders tot eosl in qiisptitiea o suit purchaser. I will eel) ns cheap aa coal ol the aatne quality can be obtained else where. EN08 T. WINTtRa. X0un1874 im ' Wanted- A Tartner. AfilLKNT or actWe partner to Inveal IS0O in an established bus.ness in McArthur. Business nsva. hut vai.i.u . n-i than 1 am able to command. Addreaa 1-ART NEK or make personal application at Una othce. rr w Ws will furnish the Record and the Cincinnati Gasette to subscribers at 13.50 per year "' Fresh for the SprtogTrada AT . v WOLF, PEARCE & COS BOILED At D RAW OILy PURE WHITE LEAD, RED LEAD, GRAINING COLORS, TURPENTINE V.n.I9"E8, Color Ground in HU Paint and Vnrnlnh Drahciv JUST RECEIVED. j ' AIM s hill lis tit '' rLRE FRESU DKLGS &ICEU1CALS Dye Slum, Stationery, Notion, Elf, Everything at the very Luwett iVt cts. WOLF, FEAEGE & CO, lUmar IR74 NEW SPUING STOCK OF MILLINERY AND LADIES' FANCY GOODS, Acw Mjlea tf HATS,BONNETS,RlBBONS IN ALL NEW SHADES, Jute Draldi, tmbrolderlei, Edging;. Trimming, . Lacei, Gloves, F'cy Coof Jewelry, Coraeta, Etc. Also n large assortment'of Gcnthmin'a JIecMU$. Bleaching, Premrg-. Ffrxirdeirg, and all kinds of Millinery Work done to Order on shirt Notice, Give us a call. We will sel1 lower thuu ever. J P. C. A. DUNKI. , Main st .McArthu O. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHiira FRANK UELLHAN, Agent, At hi ne pliwe of hiislne, COBTS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOS HOUSE. CIIILLICOTIIE, O. I1ABTI1E Choicest Stock OK - Spring and Summer Clothing I ?VRI( l,rtiulil to this msrket, embrscinf ,jti'. th Intent mill iiiosl liinhiouabie styles. i-iii in nocor liini-e with the latest lahion. K hen you nnnl a nobby suit don't tali l elt on KrauK. lie lrf I'tTn and Maki:s Uarmknts to Okdir and has a full line of Cents' Underwear HATS AINDt APS, AC. Ml rl-ilhlnj marked down to the LOW. VAT FIIIKS. Oiv rue a frill and I wil warrant sati.taution 2"spr FRAUK HELI.MAN. Dry Goods I AVI I CIIILLICOTHEy 0M Begs to invite attention to hi large and aK tractive stock, offered at lowtst CASK PRICES. DOMESTlfjGOODS ' in large sipply. ' DRESS GOODS of all kind. Black and Colored ilL Jflohair and itlpacta, Black & Color dGrenadlsies CARPETINGS, i large .took of BRUSSELS and ijrGttjtlJr OIL CLOTHS, Mattings &Window Shades r. b. an a sir. ciNciio-QuinirjE FOR FEVER & AGUE a tbe Sulphate In th sane dnsea, while H nfs IAv hemd 'ess , la more palatable and mmek sA.asisr. Send fbedeeerrprly Circular wtta rflaew!la PJkuMieiatM from all porta of the eoajMry. K Sample yjackane ftir trial. SS eaaea. Prepand by BILLINGS. CULT UU wf; v.iiisiajsiiwa, Maps,