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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 4 January 1866

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY W. E. & A. W. BBATTON, At Bratton's Building, East of the Court-IIouse. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". One year, $1 BO Eight months, 1 OO wir montns, GO Payment In advance In all cafes. , [From the N. Y. Herald, Dec. 22.] The President and General Grant on Southern Restoration Grant on Southern Restoration---The Radicals Flanked. President Johnson, supported by General Grant, that great master of the art of flank movements, had handsomely talked of the radical leaders of the Senate, and cut off i their retreat.' The special message to that body, in response to a reso lution calling for certain infbrma- tion in reference to the condition t of the Southern States, furnished information which will be very gratifying to tho country at large, but which wa8 gall and wormwood - to the implacable radical Sumner. The- President speaks encourag ingly of the loyal temper and incli- ; nations of the Southern people, and entertains no doubt "that they will, at 'a very...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 4 January 1866

VniTK i0 HI AIL KC1E AMERICA," JIcARTIU'R, OHIO: '" 1 THURSDAY, JAN. 4, JRflO. SALUTATORY. iiiHjWiiaper, jiow jnjolishers, And.acw Year I AVe wish you happiness in them all. That is cur preeling to the public as we present The Vinto:: Ki-cp:d for our New Year's git. This is the f-enson for exchange tf kmd"!y lokcus cf rc . incmltrnnrc and regard. Here is our o!fcriog to the people ; we hope tan t they wi'I not forget us The jSrev Yc:iv h also a season of , relbnnation I If, iu the past, the : proprietors of the organ of this County have done those things thnt they ought not to hnvn dono ; and left undone those things they . ought to have done, we will strive ..'to make amends for the errors, Loth of commission and omission. Will the people of Vinton county ; aJso turn over a new leaf? The county paper is the representative , of the county public ; and its con dition a fair index to their character for intelligence and enterprise. Tiie most intelligent and well to do ccfmnlunities ar...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 4 January 1866

OlUcial Organ of Vintou County. LOCAL MATTERS. tS" Adterttiemtnta to appear on Thurs day morning, tit be handed in not later :hun Tuesday evening. Notice to Advabtisi;rs. All Ad- Yerlisments ;ai J for, in the Mc Arthur Dtmocrct, will be continued in this paper the timo contracted for. f our ill pug. We call the attention of our readers to the Report of General Giant lo the PrcshJent, un the fourth page of ill is Utue. Readers bear in mind if you want to take thi paptr, you should send in your I! a ne ami money, as no pip-rs wi'l be sent after this nuni'ier un'eas pail Li advance. . t Fon Cheap GooD3,fino dress good?, domestic gnnilg.aiid any ot,h.3r kind of goods go to Dun Will and Bros. They ' keep up with the enterprise and r-pirit of the ugj. If yon do-it beleive it. sso their n i.v. adver lisennnt in this paper. - . - Attention "Vets' YVe refer our soldiers' to the resolutions of our Vet eran Volunteers, for the actum of the hoys who met here on lhj 23ih ult. We think it is a ni...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 4 January 1866

The Vinton Record. General Grant's Report to the President. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE U. S., Washington, D. C., Dec. 18, 1865. 'flit Excelltnej A. John on, President of th: United Statu : Sii: Io reply to your note of (he I6th ioat, requesting a reoprt from rr.e giving luch infor iiniun it 1 may be posaeaard of coming within the scope of Inquiries made b the Senate of the United Stitei in their resolution of the JiMi, I have the honor to inbuilt the following. ith your approval, and also that of the Honorable Secretary of War. I left Washington City on the 37th of last month for the purpiso of making a tour of inspection throughout some of the Southern States lately in rebellion, and to lee whit changes were necessary in the disposition ol tha military force of the country, hour these forces could be reduced ami expenses curtailed, &c, ar.d to learn, ai far as possible, the leelings and inten tions of the citizens of the Uta'es towards the General Government. The St te ol Virgini...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 11 January 1866

9U Tttrt jortt Qtttxi. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY W.E. & A. W. IJItATTON , At Bratton's Bulliliug, East of tlio ' Court-llouse. ' TERMS OF SUBSCXUPTIOX. P year, $1 rtO J.iglit month, 1 o four months, 50 Payment In advance In nil cases. ' PROSPECTUS or THE VIXTOtf RECORD, A WEEKLY newspaper published XjL every Thursday morning, ut McArthur, Vluton County, Ohio. We will publish tin ensuing venr. in successor to the Mr Arthur Drhwrrnt, Thk Vintos Kecokd. Iu M)litIeii tin Kkcokd will be Democratic. Citizens who main tain Urn Constitution of our fathers and the Union, should circulate conservative papers. Citizen who ore opposed to the , socinl and jwlitical cqualHvot "free Amer icans of African ilescent,""nnd their albino allies will rally to the support of our en terprise, without rejrard to their loealitv or previous views, whilst den-niling 'our principle. we hopo to give ou'en-c lo none, and will freely "give to thoso wlm dlilcr .1-1.1. .in St . ....-I.... I.. - ... nii.il u.-...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 11 January 1866

Sopposing-that the cessation of the war would soon put an end to the necessity cf these ascnt., niM beins; lirml v convinced cf the relicy 01 closing all war expenditures, a-j , rapidly as possibly, with t!u; war' itself, anil of coining imirtiately and fcvorely down to a j.oajc is- j tablishment, be-fore nidi 1. Ulcers and expenditures thall lecomu; chronic through mere continuance. I notilied all tliuso agencies to j're pare for an early tlW if their i duties, and some of t-liem I specially : required to do so ly liic '.'.'. of, Januarv. Jint it r.ov i-har.ces that tho Sanitnry C'oiiiiiuV.-i'.'n, via;, e officers have been don:;; inuoii other lsiiuliieer,cs to the ttoMicrs, an excellent service, in pnilniltw-ly collecting the cluinw, ha-; determ ined to eloseout all thi-ir I'liMne-:--. This misfortune (iV.r sueii it ) has thrown an increased 1 u.-ine-s of this sort upon our Stat-.' arret its ; and in several of them their duties of this kind are really inuwrcd instead of being i'i...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 11 January 1866

Official Oryaa of Viutcn County. LOCAL MATTERS. df Advertisements to aypenr on 7n, dajf moniinft Must id handfl in not later than Tuesday evening. Religious Services in McArthur. M. ., ( nmcit.-rnmliirp Pi.bbMh nt liulf pa t ten o'clock. A. M.. und l,nlf-r"t six o'clock, P. II. f.bniith Fc!.ol, 2 1. M. For Legal Advertisements eec fourth pge. t See interesting reading matter on Fourth pnge. We devoto tlio most of our space - this Issue to the Message of Guv. Ander- son, Jt is quite lengthy. We will puMish ifcxt week, Ly fpqucet of i lady frirnl, nn article) rntiilei!, Worse tlim a G limit Story." finvrrm r Andersun's-Messag crowds it out this week. Hon. A. J. Switim, member of lha Honsa of Rprsen!ativcs of Ohio Leg islature, will accept our thanki fur lavira received. Notice to Ajvebt;ses.---A11 Ad- ertisiiiPiin paid far, in the McArlhur Dmocrcl, wiil be oontinucvl in this paper the lime contracted for. . .. . Pianos. Any of our ladies wish ing to buy or rent plums, and let the rent...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 11 January 1866

She ajUt0n cconlJ The Mercer Scheme.---A Warning The Mercer Scheme.---A Warning to Young Women.---What California says to Massachusetts. Not Ion ' time a man nur.i-J Mercer galh.Ted u,i teveral liuwiie I girls, ill flCi allwred u, ffvrral liuwliel girls in Ne bnirland t-nJ shipped theiri to some port on the l'aci.l; cva:. TU.-v er all prmnis mI y i-i. -i uon ui " oain.'i nil? lu ue uomeii. if- mark- : ' V sec, i li litt'e sutjui-f ain il'tnution ilmt i tie Mo.nor has m i;i:i!' um toci'tliei h thi. 'i -nd or mine ilmuliVrs il : martyred sol'it-rn ami ilhi r, ami li. n .iruii i) tin 'lii cuinl tri'li ilirin. 'I'I'PV aio lolii lliut homes Aiiil living IiIis.:dii!s awuii hi m on tlirir iinivrtl. Tn wlmlo ir.ijfci in ile ii-iio i. 1'ie oll'-iiriii nl llie l'iji,i i f n fanatical loul. T mnuetliii g u llniiininii tiinffi w or That ll.fn! are ni i.iv n un men in the P. cilic S a:rs Sj un: iiimi'tr rieit is dmibiK'.-!! true. That llaie an llmusin'n h. ie who n vor uo.ilJ manv if who neler o...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 18 January 1866

.. i ., ... .it . w j y U , WflLWHED BTERT TBUBSDAT, Bf . i W. E. & A. yV Q It ATT O, N , ' .;, x Brattotfa BuUdlng. East or tb ,-, i. v ... Court-Uoue. . r TEItMS OP. SUBSCRIPTION. 1 Ml O'ne year;. liirbt months. . 1 on Four month, go 1 aynient lo advance In nil eases . PROSPECTUS "THE -' YIXTOX RECORD, A WEEKLY newspaper published every Thursday morning, at Me Arthur, Vintou ComityJ phlo. We will , publish the ensuing year, as uccessor to the Jit Arthur DtmucraU The - Tixto.s' Recohd. Iu politics the Kkcobd will be lx-mocratie. Citizens who main tain the Constitution of our lathers, ami the Union, nuould circulate conservative papers. Citizens who are opposed to the ioclal and political equality of "free Amer ican of African descent," and their albino allies will rally to the support of our en terprise, without regard to their locality or t previous views. Whilst defending our . principles, we hope to jrlve offense to none, and will freely give to thoic w ho differ witn us, a ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 18 January 1866

'intnn fro til. " WHITE MEN BI1AIL RILE AMERICA. McAKTIUK, OHIO: THURSDAY. .'TV J AS. 18, 18W. I JOB ruiNi'lMJ exfiit"! wild noatno.-s and di'patch it (h IUcohd itllee. llrattnn' Building, one do r eut of Comt IIuumi, (up stair.) VTOTl'.'E Any perwa oltniiiins ten sub- tcrihent. an 1 scndinir us llio money, r r tikk counts, tdiatl receive '.be Vinton Kicuiio one year grati. Trouble Brewing. Our readers will notice, in an ther column, that Senator Chand :r, of Michigan, has introduced to Congress a resolution in regard non-intercourse with Client Unt il), and withdrawing our minister om that court. The Kails"", of Con ress seem determined that we iall have another war. AVe would jggest that an inquiry would luive rst been proper, but we suppose t is done, to distract President oiinsoh's reconstruction policy, v'here is every probability of a w ar nth some foreign power, before the , liads. will give up their hatred to . our own citizens and some other considerations of party expedien...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 18 January 1866

Official Organ of Vlaton County. LOCAL MATTERS. 13" Advertisements to appear on TAur iay morning, must be handtd in not later than Tuesday evening. Religious Services in McArthur. '. M. . Ciicbcii.-Preaching Subbath at balf rat tou o'clock, A. MM and half-fast tlx o'clock, 'P. M. Sabbath School, 8 P. M. Tsmbttmiam Ciicscn. Servieeeat 11 o'cl'k a. x.. and ( o'clock t. xt. Sabbath School at 9 o'clock a. every Sabbath. Casieru CncHcn. Services at 11 o'clock a. II., every Sabbath. For Legal Advertisements see fourth' page. ' See interesting reading matter on Fourth page. Advertise in the RECORD. Notice to Advertisers. All Ad- verlisments paid for, in the McArthur Dttnocrct, will be continued in this paper the time contracted lor. Pianos. Any of our ladies wish ing to buy or rent pianos, and let the rent pay for them, can obtain the same at manu facturers prices, by calling on mc, when I -Will esjdain prices and terms. Mm. Uv th C. Brittos. Subscribe for the RECORD. During tlie year 18G5...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 18 January 1866

A rtLLow that doesn't leucfil tha world by bit life, Ujcs by his d.-ath. - Hs that can kep his temper ia better than he that 9iu keep a carriage ' BiiufD is the bIJ liea J. a man fur Lit wi s cannot pull hii Inir. Tuf gentleman who wis overtaken hf traiu ol rt flectiuu war 10 completely tarried way that he has not ut got back. What is tbo difference b'tueeu en ac cepted and s rejected lover? Oui kie bis n.Iss, ami the oilier mi-ses-hi kiss. tv.ZK a Baltimore latly is liesei!, she . says she feel as thoug'i slie was tskirf chloroform, and reinaiu insensible a bug as tbe operation lasts. What is the difference. bet een a fc!ioo! mister and a railroad conductor? On" trains lb mi.ii and the utDer minds the train. What is the iliflVrence between a bad - bo and a poa'oje stamp? Give it up. One you lick itli a stick ami the other ytu stick with a lick. ' A drunkard leaning against a church rail ing, replied, in answer to a question from tUe sexton, that he didn't exactly belong to that chu...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 25 January 1866

8 h t fc i aifl tt rt g e mil." !VBL$5flDIvm TttUBSDAY, BiI' W. E. A! V. D It AT' T O N , At BfitWtfl Bu.Vdlnjf, East f the' ; ., . Xoart-nouge.r , tekM? or; subscription. One year, , ., $1 60 Eight months, 1 00 Four months, ; . . CO Payment In advance In all cases. PROSPECTUS r or THE VIXTOV RECORD, A1VEEKTA newspaper published every Thursday morniug, at SIcArthar, Vinton County, Ohio. We tvfll - publish the 'ensuing year, as Miccessor to the NcArtlntr Democrat. Tiik Vixtox Recorp. In politics the Krcord will bo Democratic Citizens who main tain the Constitution of our fathers, and the Union, should circulate, conservative papers. Citizens who are onpo'od to the social anil unlitieal -equality ot "free Amer ican of African descent.'1 mid their albino allies will rally to the supiMirt of our en terprise! without rewird to their locality or previous; views. : Whilst, defending our principles. e hope to jrlve oflense to none, and will freely give to those who differ with iij(r fulr ne...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 25 January 1866

M WHITr MEN SHALL KL'LK AMERICA." JtlcAIITIH R, OBIKOt THURSDAY, - - -JAN. 25, 1SC,(. THE PRESENT CONGRESS. Thereare many strange things , T .1 A leaven and Larth than e er was in Ileav dreamed of in your philosophy.' So spoke Hamlet. ' If he had lived in this day of fanat acism he would have found alund. ant illustration of that remark in lin fivfra'vnr'.'int. iionst'liso and malignant stupidity of our leKislu- tors at "Washington. They have traveled so fast and so fur on the road to raving insanity, that even the President of their choice is unable to keep time to the fitful variations of their "negro melodies.'' They cannot claim to have "kept Btep to the music of the Union" any regularly or uniformly than From the first inception of the rebellion, to the last knell of itsj . . i 1 1 i expiring nopes, no was us sreauiast ana unyielding foe. lie proclaimed Inmsell lor the Union without "it "and" or "but." And when thel confederate force laid down their arms, and gave up the conten...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 25 January 1866

OfflclalOrgan of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. tST AdrertiaetAtnlr'ta ojpeaW.Tftw day morning, mv( 6 hainltd in vol-, later thun Tuesday evening. , Religious Services in McArthur. M. E. ftimn.-Pr'cthirg;Siil.bili at half pi t ten Vrloelr, A." .', tod lmlY-inff-kix o'clock, P. M. Sabbath School, 2 P. M. Presbttkrian rtiCBc'a.Hfe'rlctt U o'cl'k i. and ( o'clock r. at. Sabbath School at 9 o'clock a. m., every Sabbath .... f .. , ? Curistia Chcbcu. Servtoi al It o'clock a. h, every 6bbatli. ' - For Legal Advertisements see fourth png. ,, ' jFyou want glass of anyv size or shape, go to No. 66 Main . St. The communioation from Algiers Li., was crowded out this week. It will appear in our next. Snow. The first snow this win ter at this point, fell" op Monday night about two inches. '"" " Arrested. J ames i Wilson . y as arrested on a v ariant from JJsqr. Case on charge of larceny, one day last week held to bail and in default, was committed Untill the next term" of Common Pleas." Acquitted...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 25 January 1866

You Won't, But You Must. Mr. Republican this wayvif von t? t-. If. We do not men tin candid indeed dent inj'n.'but he tint is under (tie pry lash ' ,: ;' 1 Ton jfr ego. ymi cried out for hlr'iiih men! and reiordi. YjuureUrnl you una. Id nev-'r u (iport pieii so cxtiavugmi as the dfinnrtl. ' ';.. T.in'' r';- Your part? obtained pow er. It" corruption tuid extr-ivhg.mr sur passed a I precedent. Your political m aters rrokd I-ir !..! over y u. and imi juMilW extrav.igaiio an 1 aprlog'rd forcorni ilin i. You declared tiat th S u!i ws n h'l ! expense, and you wnu d ! m-tirr wi li n Jin. a gel paiaded your Niih by cmying s x teen etar & w in honor of tlx Sixteen Northern fcta'e.. 1 ; Yi'tr instef crie I Union, run ahou'- (1 loi oly,''.il,inu-t be pre-erved ' Your. uiaatri rnv y . tlit Union ! 1 1 nol De ret lured until 1)1 south embrace t ip tin sentiments-of New England. You embrace tn do. t'ine and tlclire then- In no hurry aonnt restorii'g r Uui-'ti Your nutter called tliedum cruts...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 1 February 1866

PUBLISHED EVEUX THURSDAY, BY W. E. & A. W. BRATTOJJ, '"M urottcn'i uuuuing, tast or tne ''Vf' '": Court-House. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Odd $:.'.". $1 ro Hiiiontua, : lOO FtW Oioutlis, GO r Aajfmuit In advance in all cases. Professional. t .X, (ultllkLII, M. 4 CoSllK. Constable and Constable. :',-:.A.nUi,iNEVa.Al LaW JIcArtUur, - Ohio, WH,h alli-nd promptly in ell rnirlnem m UiKleii to ll ir Cro, III Vinli'D mid Atli en. count Ion, ur any of tl e omrta of ilie 7'li .tu.dioiel tliit.. and in the Circuit court of Uiu V. $.J rtl48iutliinc!ii.trktt.f ()in. Clalmr vplittl flovtriiiuent. uioori, bcm.ty an back pay cullectc.1. jm.'ttr' i'.-Ai BUltroV HI'II vvo BRATTON & MAYO, 'A '1! T O K X tl ICS A T L A V , McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, WI. L attend to al tpu bin-liitr intiu-tvil lo tlmir cmoiti Vinton. Athci,Jc a u. Koia, Utx'klntf , atidailjninirificounlieK. 1'nrliu nlir attoiiiinn g von totii ci-lleiiiun of Miller Claim fT pt-hrlciin. bountira, arr:ar of pay to , apuine' I he ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 1 February 1866

t'WlnTKMlX SHAtt KITE AMERICA." t HTIcAIt JIH K, OHIO: or , . . - 1 AlIUnSIAY, FEB. 1, 1800. FEMALE SUFFRAGE. The other day, in the Federal House of,. Congress, Mr. Brooks, of JJeYf Tor, introduced a petition in favor pf extending the privilege of voting I to women. Whereupon, TSADDitrs Stevens, of Pennsylvania, the 'grey -headed Jialolis of theAb- ' oliiiqn radicals, enquired of Mr. BxpoKp if he wa9 in favor of woman nuffrage, 'to which Mr. Brooks re . plied that if we were to have tho "right -.'of suffrage extended to the negro, he was for the women first So. ay we. If the basis of suffrage is to be extended at all, we know of no class entitled to be admitted into' the charmed circle of white men's special privileges so much as white' women. ' "Charity begins at home" and so does justice and tru'thj and ' the whole catalogue of Tirtues. "Wo are getting to be a re public, of Mrs. Jellaby's, more anx ious to provide red llaunel shirts for unborn nigger babies, than to pro vide for o...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 1 February 1866

.Viiitu-t(iL ' '' 1 I ' 'I -r-r-rr--rr ? ; Official Cigtn cl Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. tW Advertisements, to anear on Thurs day morning. tiivtt It handed in not later than Tuesday tunivtf. LOCAL MATTERS. Religious Services in McArthur. M. t, CtCH.T-,PiacMr,g PaljbMb at half fat (tin oVlo:k.'A.i tr.d .lalf-iaat aix Vcluk. P. II. fulhath fflr'o). 2 P. M. rsKBTTfiiiAN Cnrsc8.--F,rvicfaat 11 n'cl'k A. nJ o'dfci : ." Sabbath Eihiol at 9 o'clock A. M., every Sabbath. y ChmittaW CucKSH.-Servlceint U o'clock a. it .eijeiy&abba'ht. "J -. ... , , Foe Legal Advertisements 6ee dirto page'i: tK ' : i " . i : ThanksTo Hon. II. S. Bundy, M. C, fur putlic documents received. .-'i ,. - ... Hon. A.J. Swaim, will accept O.uMhanks fur public documents received. ' We had a little sprinkling of snow here on Sabbath evening last. Over. . two hundred line Litho graphs anc" Steel Kngrtviugs for salem cost ut Sisson's Drugstore. II 2t '':!' 1 .... : We are informed -, by Rev. Jona than Brine. Rernnle...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 1 February 1866

8hr.3jf.itt tori tto x d. BY THE RIVER. .- t m i I stood apod tha maw in of a stream, 1 WaWh' tl.a suidipht triad nrs luimt uoj fleam , , Quod it placid breast, . v " ' Sj.almtn itaaweet rwt. ) threw a rubble half-way from the ahore, And saw ila culm surface lib inoie ; But tiny wartle . fro-n thaceDter wont. And Jitjinn circles 1 h the cit, blent, And snch,euiil I, iulife, tknYitlmesall fiiM troni 'rifa. Tl a heart n ponti cureless happy calm, ' Till turn I'irht trill nil it wiia lriti, A pebble iaihe atrearo, ' A heavy c!o"J awept o'er tbo ixnre sky, Tbe stream grew itark as it j'i.t twiti'y I J : . . 1 Sar tr. samlvwa there, Twa- Juik where onto "was fair. ' A l!t!l brriif came with ihe d.irlBiiiiij olocd, Tho w:liw on the hank hefof-t it biwed. The tmnb'vd water rippled ,euu.t the shire. ' Aedplaintiva Ma-hoi' weareet re.it uu more.' iiow in ikIi. tald I, iit this, LU life's irano fldiil hlk. ; A liftl, cknd, a br cid swjtp o'er our aky, And a! I our hopes and jys ,'row dar aud ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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