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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 8 February 1866

PtTBLlSHED IYXRT THURSDAY, BY TT.E. & A. IV. BRATTON . ; At Bratton'i Building. East of the Court-IIouae. TEUMSOF .SUBSCRIPTION. One year, $1 60 -Eight months, 1 OO Four months, GO . Payment in advance In all cases. f B I. CONSTBLK, B. A. COKiTKLI Athena, o McArthur,'). Constable and Constable, McArthur, Ohio, WILL attond promptly to til busmen in trusted to tlitlr or. In Vinton n.l Atli ens countios, or any of tho courts of tho 7th Judicial dut., and in tli Circuit oourt of tho U. 8. for tho Southern district of Ohio. Claims againtt tht (ovcrnmsut, ptmiona, bom ty and naoit pay cmieota'i. janstr (.A BATTN. Alllll. MTl) . BRATTON & MAYO, ATTOKNKY8 AT LAW. McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, WIVL attend to a I tegiu lnMiui lntrntl tn thulrcairln Vihton.Attiern.Jie' aii, Rojs, UiK'kinit. aiidailji'tninpninmiet. l'nrMi' nlar attemii n t'vrn tn t tie c 11c. ! n of soldier laima TfT pLlon", bounli-a, arraie n J'SJ , to , against, lha U 8 or Ohio, Iin.lii.Ji. jr Mer fan rn'l o'nWn Ur4 ...

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. — 8 February 1866

c. v.' C? ' 8ht Linton t(tx&. "WHITE-MEN SHALL RULE AMERICA." McAKTIII i:, OHIO: , THURSDAY, -- -'FEU. 8, lS(k5. B LAN' ICS of every dcA-riptlon. for sale at tut oiiiie. Negro Legislation. The-whole of Congress, the Ohio Legislature, seems to be taken up in business fTertaining to tho "Pree Americans of African descent," either providing food for thousands,' by appropriations of money to be applied to that use, through freedmens bureaus or other agencies, or in eflVrts to take the' lands of the South from the owners and parcel it out to tho frcedmcn. This is truth, readers every word fit, and as a proof of its truth, it is with shame we have to record tho fact that a member of Congress last week, made a motion to appro priate one day to the transaction of business for the benefit of white men. and it was voted down by tho Rad icals. In Gods name when will these things cease ? We have no important business, in Congress, or the Legislature to report in consequence of this eter nal...

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. — 8 February 1866

1 The Lady'e Friend devoted to Fas-hionand Literature. Beautiful steel engravings. Pou lle eiie colored fashion plater. The. latest patterns of Dresses, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroid ery, &o. Household receipts, musio, dec Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines given as premiums. Send 15 eta for a fa re pie copy to DrAcoittfe Peterson, 319 Walnut at.,Pldla. rpilE CONFESSIONS AND tXI'lltt- J. tXCE Or AS INVALID. Published as a benefit and as a caution to Tocno hen and others, who snffcr from nervous debility, promaturo decay of Manhood, tc, supplying u tho aame time Tun means or uLg ci iik. lly one who baa cured himself alter un dergoing considerable quackery. By enclosing a post-paid addressed envelope, single copies Irco of charge, niny he had of tho author. NATHANIEL MAYFA1K, Ltq., Brooklyn. Kings co., New York. febl-ly l-3T"Tlie Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Oguns, furty different styles, adapted to sacred and secular music, for f SO to $800 each. Fifty one (iold and Silver Modala, o...

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. — 8 February 1866

'-fof f.h Reni.Vlc-ju an g nis'. ! Wlto, the Intl of 'thes. ti'irp, due Fii;; naize Derrtocrhcy on j lupMhetic wftlithe - - fcneion ami violence, of the Su-.iili ? t he the so Tin .OOCieuiocracy, as an o:gn,zi'u.', rem hied r .steadf st l it p..trin.iui. 'hen and since, ,y(tiLof 4).aur.. It r: os ey-r t.eeit t'it frieiul . u W h Union and oi thertfJits of th Silt.1-, is::i i s base lilelor who t.ijs oil. twist' ! HirpeVsely severed bv river- ol Lined, it vrlil)M''i:s its emtn .-s, ue I. ceu, but m i t-tr!.!. fan' ken as a Naiiaial jnr'yby now.mtof tv nntrintisin in l lie iTti.it l-i.lv nf ii members it aro' hiiiidst the blaze nn.l thiun'ers of war to give. McCli l'an. in 1301, over one , j '. rnillioii ix litHiJreil t.'i. ufiiu! vi tea ! True. -.i - .we are in a minority hi O T'e.- mid in the Statu; bat i! my voire cuild reach them, I , would say to the Sotitii ; ' Beheld this array ! It w.ia rot victorious. ,, , but by jrnur a'J il miglit luve been, onn he, . and will be ! Aside gr...

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. — 15 February 1866

Shi itttnn $tt&ud PUiJLISUKD EVEUY XliVMSPAV, BY W, E, & ( A. W.. p IS A 1 'A' (A 3 , U 4trttcuBriUu'ipK. East -of pier, lit r f i I i ! SCUSCICIPTION. One year, . (...A... 1 (1 fcijjut uionuis, Four jiwutb,. ....'..:'...' Partuw.e in "advance In all cast. i if l I 1 ) n Co ! k. t.iN,l., yk Col r v., , . I tmn. Constable and Constable. ...... . . A .' .'II A I H, NKV I. Vv Mrthurt Ohio, T tLIi atlund promptly t" Mil huMnln- i V ' UUxtril to 1 1 r euro, In Vinton km. I Atli n coalition, or en of Pe lotirti. of iliu T'h JtidluiBi dirt., end 'ii tl .('" nit cotiit of ih'i D. 8. tor I lit tilhmiii.lhtrict) I lliiin. (biiu. at-ainrt tliu oven:inei t. I't-nxinurt, I t m ') ai., ni i-'.lleciH I. . janltt' ' V HT- - Ill-It vvo , BRA TON & MAYO, I A T 1' li N Y H A i' L a W, j McArtliur, Vinton County, Ohio, 1 ll in tinir ckiiMii vinlon Alhi'i ,.im XuHl) 'liK'kiiiij. inliitj"lnilif.'i tinlioi, I'nrt to tiUr ai'miii n g ven to tin colln-Cnni of mihlior. laimit for pit,rlcn. hoiuit...

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. — 15 February 1866

men at work on the streets not for vagrancy but for offenses com mitted against the ciiii. It is such conduct on the part of subordinate ollicers that make the presence of the military a "blight ing curse" to the State. The mis 'representation of this Colonel Young are covered by his aeknow legoment that the order went further than he intended it to go. We might believe this, did we not know of a letter he has written so full of malice to the people of this State, and so disrespectful to the Executive and insulting to the dig nity of Mississippi, that the Gov ernor was compelled to call the attention of the man who presented it, Mr. Osterhaus;) by a note de- clining to receive it or notice it. It is the conduct of such men which stirs up the bad blood ; and it would not only be beneficial to the service they disgrace, but a feeling of great relief would come over the people if they only knew they were safe irom the official persecution of such men. When such men as General Force lea...

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. — 15 February 1866

gpttial goto. 'BE -BESTOy THE ktOKTIILIES The Lady's Trlend devoted to Fashioa anj Literature. Beautiful steel engraviugn. Doa ble eiie colored fashion plater. The ltet patterns of Drestos, Cloaks, Bonnets, Einbroid trjt &e. Household receipt, musio, tfto. Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines given m premiums. Send 15 ete for a temple copy to pAcow A I'tTiBtow, 319 Walnnt ft., MiiU. 'VllE CONK".riSION8 AND EXPIHI- X (HOI Ot AM INVALID. Published tit benefit end aa a caution to todno ixn and others, who Buffer from nervous debility , premature decay of Manhood, Ac, supplying ai tho same time Tin means oi sklv crai. By one who has cored himself after no dorgoing cousidorsbla quackery. By enclosing ' a pout-paid addressed euveluie,.aiirrle copies free of oharpo, may be hud ot tho author. NATHANIEL 11 AY FAIR, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings oo., New York. fubl-ly fiT The Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Ogan, forty different styles, adapted to ssoreif and ocular munto, for S0 to ,8t)0 each. Fifty on...

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. — 15 February 1866

"'Tis Strange." The woilJ is fr.il pi ana ge ecu jinl. etrtuge accl'iil." V,llrVelI Is a -iny-jlf ry ' a frail b.tge out on lh reeling -Ore u of Tiinf.Tm flJ dirk ttl i-eiti'ii wan-H atone1) fitting rfe know-not wtuJur. N i itir in seen 'o iili.iniu ihi heavy dik cloud-i lhat urrniuid--it I ho vcrv mi i, I. IV. I wild ijiiriig Ini nth. .-, m e n K tf ti : i . ' a i! the poof little Virgf red,- mi i ioll. alu1 l moal sinks into the u bid wim, Aei . it if borne on fairy m j,ij.s, anil ,iW I b its tirena beiuililiil song ii ll i lip. Iieilifif of the daiieroii .bonis imji Hire. ten : E'.ruclioii.'iiily tuying v i h i In- nitl ill thr m:iiiiii !. gliil r ng to " e., H mo a ill ell the vXi.TK.-ei ol ii Sy bar tc. hilH I l.e very aca groans tin J liiM.i-a Ii r tlie I'i'ii 1 bu'ldens i. tmidUDli)' heme up in ilsa'fcl; II boiiiii. The'H,.t!io' U rea-l-d, th- F iry I wh?re rare fiuwHre crusn ih."ir suret J enjfiigl f r i'Uht ii: if i ii hire h dark, gt en ar jf tin :V a tre.-s sway to the so...

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. — 22 February 1866

PUBLISnEb KVEfeY' TnURSDAT, BY ' VT. my?M WjBBATTpN-, At BratO)nr8 Bdjhflng, East of the ' . ill i J. fourt-nowac. i jjf y r'TER3is:op .Subs9IHPTION. ' Otic year, a.4. $1 fiO Eight month, 1 00 Four months . . CO Payment In advance in all case. Poetical. SOMETHING TO DO. A strip of snowiest lineu . Half broidered ami stamped'tn blue, . And the gleam of a tbreadless needle- . Piercing tlic pattern through ; The needle Is reaily.yit tin sweet little lady Sita elghlnjr for something to ilo. :.!.-. Ileriped'oit the'tabTe beside lier, '' " -1 1 ' Jllossouis of every hue; - ' : ' ' 1 Delicate, odoron.s roses-? " ' ' Tlie rret that ever grew; (rle Lady Tho.vae stands ready.w lille the sweet Ht SiU wjsldiigfur oiui'Uiiiijf to do. ,, y ', i. ,-, . .. ,. ' ,, -i ii Half hid under flower a volume, . In daintiest gnM and blue, ,, Just parted, as if it would open At -The Miller's Daughter" for you ; The book lies rcady.yet the a weet little lady Sit signing tor sonietiung to uo. i " A silent harp...

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. — 22 February 1866

of lau.decj pStat(?31for: ireedinen, find for t&t'ereetion, for their , benefit, of suitable buildings for asylums and schools; the' expenses to to de frayed ) from .tbe treasury of . the wholo people. The Congress of the United States has never heretofore thought itself competent to estab- 1.1 1 1 ..I'll 1 , t Jish any laws beyond the limits ol the District"' of 'Columbia, except for the benefit of our disabled sol- and sailors. It has never schools for any class of our own people, notevenforthcorphans of those, who have fallen in defence of the Union, but has left the care of their education to the much more competent control of the States, of comnlunities,of private associations and of individuals. It has never deemed itself authorized to expend public money for rent or purchase of homes for the thousands, not to say milions. of the white race, who rre honestly toiling, from day to day, for their subsistance. A system for t lie support of in dignant persons in the United Stat...

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. — 22 February 1866

: . . : . :. . 'JHB.BEST OF THE MONTHLIES The Lady's Tilend devoted to Fathion and Literature, Beautiful tteel engravings.. Dou ble size colored fashion plater. The latest ttterai of Dresses, Cloiks, Bonnets, Embroid ery, &o. Iloiisehcld receipts, music,' &o. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machinea given aa premiums. Send IS eta for a sample copy to Daacow Sr. pETimoit, 319 Walnut at., Phlla. TIIE CONFESSIONS AND EXPtni INCS OF AM INVALID. Published as a benefit and as a caution to Yodno ii en and others, who suffer from nervous "debility, premature decay of Manhood, &c, supplying at. tho same timo The means or ieli ochk. By ano who hus cured himself after un dergoing considurublo quackery. JBy enduring a post-paid addrecsed envclopo, single copies free of oharito,' may be had of the author. . NATHANIEL ..MAYFAIK, Esq., Brooklyn. Kings co., New York. . , t fubl-ly tSTThe Mason Iianilia dubinct Oeans, forty different styles, adaptod to snored and -secular munic, forS0to 60...

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. — 22 February 1866

(tiffs. T B. A. C0XTRL1. McArthur, 0. Colst&blo and Constable. AtttltettEYS AT LAW, McArthur, - .."- Ohio, WILL attend promptly to ill lnninesa in trust (o their cr,lu Vinton mil Ath ena count'ictr any -of O.a tour : of ibeTlh Judicial Jiit., and in the Circuit con r If of l lie U. SJorLks Southern district of Oiiio, Cluims agaiiut the flovorr. nient, pcunions, bcm.ty an J b.wk piy, collected, . , . juiiltf (. A. HUATT0N. ARCH. HATO. BRATTON & MAYO, AXjTjpjltNE YS AT LAW, McArt'hur,' ,, Viutou County, Ohio, WIIL attend to all legal bn.incsa Intmated to their erne iu Vinton, AtbiT, Jo' en, Hons, 'locking, endadjiningcounlio. Partic ular attention given to iho collection of soldier elairua fiieiiaioii, bounties, arrears of pay, etc , agtoneV vbeU 8 or A)blo, im.ludi.-ig Mor. gun rata eiaims. ;uc4 t. const an, Athens, o . W. J. WOLT.Z, J? DIALER IK AND aiPAIRta Of Oli WATCH Erf, CLOCKS, SkJE W EL RY, . "' '- A N D Musical Instruments, It J ULBERT 0 PCILUINOJ ' AliTlfUlt, -"' " ...

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. — 8 March 1866

ri'BLISnED EVERY THURSDAY, BY XV,' E. & A. XV. BKATTON At Brattou's Building. Eat of the ' Court-House. TERMS OF SUHSCIJIPTIOX. O'jmj year, ,. ' $1 fiO Eight months, ' 1 OO Four months, ....... 50 Payment in advance in all eases. Professional. B I. CONSTIrt-E, . A. CONSTRLE. Athens, o McArtliur, 0, Constable and Constable, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, McArthur, - - - - Ohio, "1171LL attend promptly to ill busino in V V trusted to llicir euro, in Vinton uinl Ath ens coun tic-!", or any of the courts of the 7th Judicial Uit.,'find in llio Circuit coutte of the V. 8. for the Bonthorn district of Ohio. Claims apttinftthe Government, pensions, bcm.tvand buokfsy collected. jnieitf I. A. MtATTON. Airt'Il. VAY0 BRATTON & MAYO, ATTORNEYS AT 1AW, McArthur. Vinton Uountv. Ohio. TUL attoml to nil lofnl btminciw Intrusted t io meiroarein vinion.AihorA.Jac la, 1(099, Hocking, and adjoininfrrounlies. Partic ular attention glvon to the collection of soldiers claims for pensions, bounties, arrears of n...

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. — 8 March 1866

Z h t Linton 1! c ( c r i! . mm- 5 . 1 "WHITE JIKX SHALL l'.l I.K A JIF.lt K" A .TlcARTHI I EIfii: -o. 3IAIJ TlIUItSllAY, k, isr;: THE NEWS. Mrs. Jane (i. Swisshelin 1ms been dismissed 'from a clerkship in Wash ing for abuse of the (lovernment through her paper, the Peeonalruct- ionist. This is wrong, for women liave a riglit and should be allowed to talk. More then twelve hamlrel artic les have been received by the gen eral agent 'who is to take chargo of the American interests in the World's' Fair, to be held at 1'aris next spring. The Queen's assent ha? been given to the act of Parliament sus-; . pending 1110 naoeas corpus 111 ire land. Upward of one hundred ar rests were made in Dublin, on the 17th inst., principally of strangers. Among others, Colonel Uvron, of: 4 1 r, ini M ' Ihe leueral army. jlanv more ar- , , were expected to take place, Bv the Asia we are in receipt of important news from Kurope. The urit of habeas corpus has been suspended in Ireland, and immense exciteme...

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. — 8 March 1866

'JHE BEST OJ THE MONTHLIES- The Lady'i Filond-dovoteit to' FuOilon anl Literature. Beautiful cel engravings. Dou- blo uze colored lushlori plate. 1 ho lulcst pat'orusof Dresses, C'louks, Bonnets, Embruld cry, Ao. Household reditu, music. fcc. wheeler & Wilson'j Sowing llr.cliines given as premiums. Send IS cla fur a tnrr.plo copy to Deacon & PiTinfoN, 310 Walnut t.,lhila. T1 UIK tOIVI ' MIOAS AMI l.XI'Ht KNCK OK AN INVALID. J utdiblied as u beiiiht mil is caiiion to tocso klm nd others, who sutler from nervous debility, prcmuturo tleeuy ot alauhood, Ac. supplying ut thosnnio tinia.TiFviEAN8 tr itLr ccub. By one who bus cured himself utter tin il or going considerable tuuclii)ty. By eiiclnMinr a p.'Si-pjua uuuresstm envelope, Hugia copies froo of chi.rko, mty be hid ot the av.hor. NAT1IAMF1. alAYr'AlU.Fq., Brtoklyn, Kinfra co., Now York. fcbl-ly tSTTlio Mason & Hamlin t'ubinct Otfuiis, forty dilferoiit styles, adapted to tarred and secular music, f..rS0 to tfuo rncli. i'i...

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. — 8 March 1866

FAME. BY ANN E ROSE. You lunt seen t lie hiheil bn i"P, That flaturinjr woiM iou'.iI uy, Twined around li e brow uf Geiiiu.-, Gaily strewn alcn; I is way. Anil joii'icbccii (lie g'owini record Wiitteii in i!io buuk of fame, Telling jou '.he deeds ol lionor Thut were wreathed around his tunic. And yoii'v thought yon could be happy, If your name could be arrayed With the living floweis of filory, Set in wreath thut coulJ i.ot fado. And, receive ihu udo.atiou That a wondering world bestows, On a dating heart that triumphs, As it upward, onward goes. Put you have not seen the rorrows Which that l.c Lie hem l.uth kixwu You have only seen thi lenJ r Of its laurels, fully blown Fur beneath that shii.ing surface. Which the wondering worl.l admires Feats a heart of many sorrows, Throbing with tumultucus fires. Though that heaits in full possession Of the I oii;&ge earth can give; Though the buddidg of its power libs but just begun to live; Yet tjiett heart is sad and lonely, And it longs...

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. — 15 March 1866

PUBLISHED EVERY TUUK8DAY, BT -V. E. & A. W. BItATTQN ' At Bratton's Building, East of the : .,. Court-House. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION". One year, ',.;...'.. $1 fiO EighV mouths, . 1, CO Four months, .' ; . . . . 60 Payment In advance in all cases. : ft. A. COKSTRLI. Constable; and Constable, , ATTORNEYS AX LAW, McArthur, - "Ohio, WILIiSttond promptly to ll business In tidsUd te tlioir care, in Vintoa and Ath ens counties, or toy of the courts of the 7th Judloll Jit.,ndin the Circuit court of the U. 8. for the Southern district of Ohio. Claims eaintt the Government, pensions, boniity and back pay collected. jau4tf . A.8RATT0K. ABOK.lfATO BRATTON & MAYO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, McArthuf, Vinton County, Ohio, XXJ ILL' attend to all lo (red bualnoes Intrusted T V ta their carein VintonAriir, Jsokinn, Kosa, Hooking, andadjoiningoounlieB. 1'artio tilar attention given to the collection of soldiers olaima for pension, bounties, arrears of pay, eto., against the U Spr Ohio, including Mor gan...

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. — 15 March 1866

"WlU'Wi MEN SHALL 1UI.K AMKKICA.' - THURSDAY, MAI?. 1", ISffli Personal Description of President Johnson by a Radical. Hon. John D. Baldwin, the edi tor of the Worchester (Massachu setts) Sj)j is a member of Congress and heard President Johnson's fa mous twenty-second-Oi-February speech, lie is an intense Radical but describes the President as fol lows: "For the first time, I stood near and looked closely on the man. in the. course of an eventful life I have seen many men of willful power and force, but never before have I looked on one so thoroughly em bodying the . evil spirit of revolu tion, lie is terribly in earnest, and withal most vindictively cool. A thoroughly paced demagogue, his inconsequential logic, his egotism, his repetitions, his thorough belief in himself, and popularity, are all elements of strength when ho faces such assemblages as were arrayed ,i!.o'.it Ir'u yesterday. Andrew John cd;. i: mi a1o i.i.i.i; 7.-.C ;V , I r.ev i.T ro:t!'i -I till yc-Ui.Li.v. A!! ro su...

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. — 15 March 1866

IS 'Ut BEST OF THE MONTHLIES Tta Lady's Friend devoted to Fashion anJ Literature. .Beaufifal steel engravings. Dou ble size colored fnsblon plates. The luteal pattern of Dresses, Cloaks, BonnctR, Embroid ery, So. Household receipts, ihnsic, &e. Wheeler Js Wilson' Seeing lluclilucs given as premiums. 'Send 18 etsfor ai-an.pla copy to Diaoow A TtttRfOK, 319 Walnut at., I hila. rPIIE CONFUSIONS AND tXl'lltl- JL ENCI OF AM INVALID. Published as a benefit and an a caution to Youno men and others, who miller from nervous debility, premature decay of Manhood, tc. applying at thoaamo time Tin ueass ow uli olkk. By one who hue cared himself after un durguing considerable quackery. By enduring post-paid addressed envolope, single copies frue of ohitrge, may be had or the author. NATHANIEL M AVKAlK, Esq., Brooklyn. Kings eo., New York. fubl-ly t3TTbe Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Ogans, forty different styles, adapted to aaerod and secular ninwic, f..rS0 to tuo each. Fify one Gold and Silver ...

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. — 15 March 1866

.OF THE CONDITION OF TUB limn; HiUi COMPANY, NEW YORK, O P On the lit day of January lSOC, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the Statute of mat Mate. NAMK AND LOCATTON. TDK name ot this company ia tin Nome In surance Company, incorporated iu 'lSj3. I. CAPITAL. The capital of said company actually paid up in caub ia $.',000,000 00 1 ua aurpiua ua mo IS. lay 01 aD. 136 1,444,927 99 Total amt of capifsl and surplus, 8,444,927 SO U. Atnrt, Cash I J Continental Bank N. V. $ 50,741 40 vou iu nanus or aguj ana in Cuius tranimilon 173,610 51 L.B.reg and toup. stock ISSlniar- let value 195.4S0 0O U. Jj. Bonds. 5-30 mtliret vnlna M i.i JM on Mo. Hate bonds 8 prct market val. - 15,tt00 V. C. a 8,000 00 Tenn - " Wia. " 111. " U. I. ' (Jul. " 18,000.10 it ii ii xi.iiou uo 1!) 2i'0 00 46.000 CO 6 7 61,600 00 Connecticut atate bonds " " N. V.city can. pk " " ' Queons county Richmond co. " u. Brooklyn water " ' Barkstccka Louna on bonda and mortgages, bo 85,000 00 85,775 00 2.'.,t00 00 23,75...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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