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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 2 January 1868

THE;;ylNTONI RECORD. QldesjUJaj)er in the County. EDItd AXD 1-UBLI8IIICD BY KAPElt & ltOIJINSON. 'OFFtCE On Logan St., tlircc door nortlt of Main. rl:'' r In inlvaiirp.- ISjuIlT III KorciuijHii l llnmri-iic I, qiiurH; Cir ecricn. A o ai..l I nrtcr Wior B uuur i'aiul, CuiUiwulhu, 0. tag .2Jy WK'LkT GLAVrool.. J. . MAOKtV. '-Clay poo fe Jlni-fccy, JTi OLESALE GltOC Ell S . 'Nj. s2 faint Mr.'c usr:2y i'iIILLI COTIIK, O. W. CLAHIt. j. D-iU. '. Clarke & Bpsss, If'Il OLE SAL E U ll'u CESS 10 .,!)'! 11 W.itur A.. HW. 'Htl.UcOTHK.-o, Homer C. Jiu'!7 AtTOI.'NKY AT I.V.V. MirAKTIiCS U!!li, win a:tund pr .u. ly to all b.i luo a; triHioJ to Ins e..r ' lUu' r.vor T. 11. DhvIV Etui, Muiu : 'mt. ! J-.r.Jvir.tti'. . ..... - - o; i. PKOUTY & CO., ("1 KXSKAli rniiiii!il,t I.:roh: it, -iti T M'jrwiii M., CI ivlninl, O'iii li'KhKveiN:' Everett. ViViR-ll & ;.-UikiT;4'0!-tL'iv t'laft & IMVolt Hour tasters: " ' mvSlv J. J. ilScDowc'l, TT'I!M'.Y AT L ' i'U;J it. KNT, will .iu'jii.'u in ...

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. — 2 January 1868

THE VillTON RECORD. JOH.N 1. Ilift.K & W. Ii. It. t.VUl.Nti. I D I T O I I i !lc.Tlll U, OHIO : rIUUSl AY. JAN. 1S(58. Editorial Meeting. a 0 :!e Editors of t lie various pipers of Southern Ohio and -i tiK-ni Kentucky, at Ports mouth, Ohio, January ' 17t! , 1SC3, the anniversary of Frank us's birthday. The meotiiu vill be more of a social than v !iness character, though any -. l.'ct that may prove ofin . --i and profit will be enter :!. The fraternity av : ''; n"Mio(od to atteiv' They, who propose to be pres ,t '.!. wiit please signify sue!, intention, to any one of the 'lViAiimith publishers. Our Congressman, Hon. John T. Wilson, ever alive to the in ores'ts of his constituents, and ipooially those who so nobly wrved with him in the field. Jus offered the following reso lution which was immediately adopted by Congress: "Whereas much well founded . vnplaint exists nmong sold iers On account of not receiv ing the bounty provided h 1 ho act of July 28 1SCS, and whereas last sessio...

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. — 2 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. OJkial Organ of Vinton .Cuunty. LOCAL MATTERS. Itiiinaey, Itoiuls & Kecd, the largt-sf Wh.-.taalc Dealers In Dry Goods n iid Notions. Portsmouth, Ohio, Invite Merchant uwl Furimccmcii to mi examination of their extensive Winter stork. They give upwial at tention' to keeping the best gowk mid you will always tind their oek the largest and prices the lowest. One of their firm remains East to give his entire time In watching the markets, ami In buying for them, and hence their stock is always fresh and al ways first supplied with the newest good. They cperate largely, do busi ness on the principle of the smallent profit?, and practice the spirit of lib eral accommodation. Sept. 10, tf-.Xov. IX Snilth'd Mcrcautilo College, Torts niouth, Ohio, prepares young. im-ii practically for the duties of the vmint-iiig-room, by teaching them Kook keeplng, Writing, ami IJnslne-is Arithmetic, and hIko for general busi ness. Thore. Is. no class a yatem scu tleiits can enter at ...

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. — 2 January 1868

. -MA, STEVENSON 4 TILDtN, utorneys at Law, i , iSeift's' 1; lii.l.iijr. M II. VII.I.MS. j.i:.s,m.xd1)n CINCINNATI. O. 1. IJI.DKS. ). - , I.e. iH-'y it :c li 5a yi !oji35ly am ! Illations WII.T, bite .l"et.., i.-mnnvlv .? FI W li' A. I'.lUn'ilN. Me tr'l.i. Ail liliT. a.ln ''I IMlll'l tit Kiuik l'.H , !l 1 1 1 Ml. I rVn-i-.ti-, ui. ' wit ws. f.il'.'.'ii Hint in-ri I-trit V-r. u..' !-1 i e rn, ot .lecu'iid "i iicr?' cl.iiu i I a promptly nt Hit id 1 1 WiimaV i'-u A ah: K. I'm AMI WM. POL WDA CO., Wholesale Crccors, LIQUOR b. COMMIS'N MERCHANTS, NO. '20 v.u;:a S'I'ttlXr, Chill w-ot ho, - - - i Ohio. AlJlri ti-r. Is. II ' !' o'l ' t ' Nnv i'S -'v MILTOX Si. .i'JAISXS, . ":attoi:ni.v at law, ' chilli con if., ohio. I)lt UTlfFS IN 1MSS AND AD -- INK 0 mi1 i' .. t i hii-ii.e- en .ui 't 1 onra pr inp''y -iii-endul li i I 1 nltiilUiioBi in uli eu. mu.ln i-ii,in . lay. , r'l"' 1 ""'' Ttiu vr hots COi?. J'.WAT .(' MM'.KLT ?TS. cuii'MCtmu:, omo. John Rief & Co., - - Pr's. 'I Ins Un ul j it ...

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. — 9 January 1868

SIMS via 'mw -4 'itortW'ofWiPV4 v-.rtidJijr.Aii Hime.t.t;,,, j '''tss feW vD6okBfuSJii 13 prepared to dj tf er 4e4riM'Jo f ryi OLKSA LE Gil 0 c.xus Ni. 23 FiDl ftreof, j WHOLESALE 07; 0 C'iWi. "0 ATTOKiffiY AT LAW,.ol41i'rWUlt, tlneH !lr9tsil to lot cii)- m Wl i' Ollloe over T. B. Uavi St(.r"Mlii IX ENr, will praoticani Vinton K4j- ' of liiUirn u Ujvonuo. OiHou lu tla y )uUp x i.Miu.Eii'i , u ii-HT ftypflrtiup, fintlti?v'n)l 7 rrW "lmrh(p ftie aMtl'kM'f roirritryVn'ridl 'Wrtfttid'ij )f iMti(fnfiiiif .'.'r.l. j D.'Ii: WOLFEff ' 1 !';! T;'.1 :flWi tydliJ tbt of ' 1 -i.-f.r, 4 W ftpanih I'uTleviuo t Slicep, loti to suit 7irrfflrfR8rS. ''''iiMrllf , A. &.,Ti. i'lffl,1'"! Nov.33.-ly',, 1 J6ArHu7. '.liio. ;Jmn ill m -nitu.i lU&LitlloA., kdOKPT HoBur' 1 1 wwmaOk. Will ..1 ..' 1 MitijJlii.:..tx.iM ....soul :JB:OOTS'B,9.3gCR3SS 1 1 ... Ale AliTii y K, 0 H 10 ! VV bttjlnwU'ewtfvirttt'l t''T,ViTirr''Ar In hront Strict; bulow ovilrt'-' 1 '.n'- ."icnslomJ"t'1: ";. TlTII.Tj be collootoj p...

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. — 9 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. JOHN VT. A.N W,JI. SOBUOAM He ART HUB, OHIO; - . TIlirsOAY. JAN. O, ItSS. Nashville hi elected a ne- iO;:q the Board of Education. tiA 'fck load ?s one of tie littt aeceisa-ies of a school 1 00 '11. Thc evangelical . Ch,:af'an Deoonirnatioaa tbraosuout tb ' world hM darned period even dart, cummencfue Sab- i ' ' ; bath, January 5ib,'ts tb 4 -"cok of Prt.rerJ : TiiK is.easoa w' believe thai ihe reports of destKaftoiBti , .'which are nt) w coming tip from the South, are exaggerated.- So far as the most roliableinaJ ippnaJpn. ,gos ;to abow, the ctestii'OiJoVii rifheTprospeoaJ vive tba. DFsenti t Tr a OnminarCffbrVoTlnda tpflt'ir &M"dtidKK tjaf i . Sfate law forb;ddjnr snairiago -between the whites a4 b'accs ascqparea u 261,044 -t ml!. i . .1 JOoV. 40 fiwwja oaaea tni- ih irhftftla .'n lin'. rati. Thee' are f 09,78 -of 1bese school child e a: of whom j -S.SSO' a-e colored, a . Tea '.rittsbu.g Commergifjl of Wedsesday lsi, says: The 'Hera Oil ind X.rl Cimna.-rj-Sj ...

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. — 9 January 1868

THE CHITON RECORD. OMciaf Organ af Viatea Canary. LOCAL MATTERS. i ftatasey, .EmmU vtted, the larst Wholesale Dealers. In Dry Woods and Notions, Portsmouth, able. Invite MflvhiMi and Furnaeeaaen lo .sjv axiasuiattoa of Viet : ext SB , ve Water keck. Tby give speck) eW , ten tp kte'pla the be rooU. mJ 1m filial wftjra find. tbclr Mock the .la feat and prices the lowest' Oie of ttielr flfta remains East to ySve IiU cavta time la waasMi'ig 0m bu;1U, id la buying for them, fad hence Jbe statfc ls.slways fre,h au( al ways flrataupplled With the newest gaads. They operate la rzely, do U,' we tbeprtiiciyepftbe ... .! prolu, and practice the ii'rit eN'bJ W'Xarttm6tlii.t. ': '" 'SepinoJTscr.t.-r ; aaa levU t:ae h m U"ttt,o.: inoutb.O,''o V-lo a e ei ' a'.ockof D G'eefii f k. Nt. o s, 0 tei'in- : o j . W.uJft. U. II Bi" :.elV ; - t'- i ic. J . Wh..Ouo, pa, Ini-roobyc,. E)C-.. Writ:.f.. e.-a JVrtthmeie. r.nd also V-:.!,;. ev: V eie : ho c? il e w deiia ejifeMifi,jr CC'o pa wert icfc ot. i dr ,...

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. — 9 January 1868

LIST OF LANDS AND TOWN LOTS RETURNED DELIQUENT BY THE TREASURER OF VINTON CO—TAX AND PENALTY OF 1866 AND TAX OF 1867. i Thrt tnritH fluff, anil marta of together with the tax ami penalty charged thereon agreably to law aro contained and described Ow.NKn'd Name r. t. rV ...Dpcmtmoy.'" '?' A.- Val. ...Tax A To y. .NMittiMMwril1 EAGLE TOAVX'SIIIP. . ;;rVT McIVck, Robert ID 10 20 Wrtilybs w W 1 & e 8 w101' 143 j---"5-0:1 Allison, Win. H. 19 10 27 n o 'fe i n w s w n w n e 8 9 320 339 - -S'Si 8 'Mar8; Kolkrt 10 Id 27 8 w 8 w '.'40 i , 42 .. .,.V438 ::p: ntd.: n v ' 150.109 -. .... .. -4.411 tevesWm ft -'49 10-35 8lOkSlS,i,'3" "L " 40 -53 TTlA,81.,-? :v:u:;J.-,:;: imowx township. . , . ;,:Wv ' a fling terotlier "" ' itf ifr 3 s n'o . , ' "S0. i80 1 1WJ. .QirpenterA.U 32.whoie . .,- 262 "-5 23.M bAA iUNVAbiill. j , . ; .-...o llainswortl), Iiaao 17 12 G TrVfJil VI Tlf 91 Tl ' t"-.'i'SS" -H3' - fl2i,& Larick. Caer 17 12 23 fr'&'fh V1 1 " 11 .Z5;,39V. . m.vAiO. ! aaTvSd.TJ'TOI JA...

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. — 16 January 1868

THE'" VINTON-RECORD. Oldest Paper in the County. ' EDITED AND FL'DLISIIF.D BY RADISH & KOBINSOX. , t V.-V' . .; . . OFFICE On Lojr;m St., three doors uorth'of Muiii. . . TEIOlS--$ OO per year, Inva riably in mlvniiro. JOHN BOITOLK. ' James IIoiil?cr & Co., Dealers in Porcifjn an 1 Domestic Liquors, n Groceries, Aie anfl Porter. Water St. iiear i'aiut, Chillioothe, O. lug .22 LOUIS MOLLENKOPH, Hook Binder a.vl ni:inl; Iio k Maiiafcl'V, CIIILLICOTIIE, OHIO, IS propnrnd to do ovjrj ilo.-nri f'.ion of . work in IiIh line. Oet. 'Jl -yl. WE5LIT CLATPOIiI.. 1. S. UACKfcT. Wll OL ESA L E G R O CER S . . No. 22 Paint street, .a:jy chilli cothe.o. , CLARK. , It. BOGUS, , , Clarke & Ilojrp;, wholesale' or u vers 10 and 11 Wiiter ft.. g33t . " . ' aiILUi:OTIIF.,0. II oilier C Jones, ATThllNEY AT LAW, MoAKTIIUU il OHIO, will attend promptly to all Ua iei dntruittml to hi euro. Oil'iM) ovor T. H. Davis' Etort, Main a'roet, MjArthur, Ohio. . Jan:!-! j7j7 m cbowcii, tT"RMKY ATL.WV jt CL...

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. — 16 January 1868

THE VlHTJfl fiC JHD. J011X T. RAPI.R W. II. II. I.Ulil.Vil x r. I I T I! 8 . Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. THURSO VY. JAN. 1l. tSf S Til k iness.ijro of Gov. Cox, real to tlio LejrMiitnre, m Monday, Hie Oili int., is u thor ough document. It i iil!f expoiion of the ;u?i-lion o! taxation under lej;islriii'm, ntul chows the las umler legrluiion lavJt w inter to nniuint to ihrei millions. This vsis in conse quence chiefly of I ho cessation of extraordinary expenditures belonging to a state of war. After carefully rtvapilulitinf: the receipts and disbursements, it id estimated that Ilie All iance at the end of the fiscal veur of ISflS will he three LundreJ mid wventy six thou sand Iout hniulmi and fijjhty-: fix dollars and ninety six cenis. argues that the tax laws In-j revised, and that all inconsist-i ancies and incongruities in them 10 removed. Common schools, 1 encvolent institu tions, military claims, political works, &:., receive a lull share of attention. Then and Now. Andrew Joh;s;:;, Ac...

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. — 16 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. c Oltblal Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. J. F. T.iwell, Portsmouth. Ohio, offers to thtOlerehnnts and Furniie. mn of Vliitou county, n superior stuck of Dry Goods and Xotioim, nn terim the most favorable. II. II. Butohcr.TniY. Apt. Sept. 19, 18C5-tf. We would cull the attention ot merchant .kaHnj: in UooK Shoe. U:U and leather, to the large and Veil aborted atoek ol If. Lloyd 4 3onm X. 3 Buckeye Blink, Front street, Portsmouth. Ohio, who are ex ttawlvely Wholesale Dealers, and have the greatest fucllities possible of buy liifr. and offer to the trwle a stock or tfogih ut exceedingly low prices. Be jmp! to give them a call. Smith' Mercantile Collide, Ports niouth. Ohio, prepares .voting men practically forth duties of the count-1nr-rooim by teaching them Book leepliig, Writing, anil Business Arithmetic, ami also for general busi ness. There Is no elas syateni-scn-U)nU CiUi niter at any time. College permanently locftcd. Open day and evening. Address E. W. S...

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. — 16 January 1868

Biddy's Troubles in America. "It thru for me, Kafy, that I never seed the like of this ve leen having since. coming o u,,s house, .twelve months jlovmA Hurt ' f r 1 lnril'' Yty honor knovf tliat my -fum-cli cousin, Ann McCarty, recommendfHl ino to ilrs. i ,.n i l. i.. .i... tis(41.l (tliU lUU IliC l(-ltl 1 IU i Knew aiiout penieei nouse vork and the likes; while nt Hlie same time, I had never neeii into a American lady's kitchen. So he engaged me, and grief lor the story that Ann had told, for Mrs". Whaler was :a awate spoken lady, and niver 1 ci rJr a A tPAcr lllrn, t n lint IiTa .lli at I knew by her smooth, liind face. Well, jlist lllO first tiling she told me to do, after I had dress- j ed the children, rfas to dress ' the clucks for dinner. I stood ; Jfh-)killg nt tllO lady a COliple 1 of minutes before I could make j . .. , , 1 ;-out any meaning at all to words. Thin I went searching I niter clonics tor t no ducks; nnu fiicli a time as I had to be sure. -'High and low I went, ...

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. — 23 January 1868

the Linton YefccoRb; mhrsr papfr in tup cntfwTv 'i''fV'-,-' ITE AND PUBLISrTED BT ' t - '- . ' ( : .-.... '. v I . a - ; OFFICE On Logan St; three doors north of Main. . ... - - ... TKItMS--$2 OO per viewy iava " ' fV "'"'''y 'n dvance" .V i - n. ,f v.:. . . . " I J 'J "vi-;! aavta ooto. " . ion teoLa. t' '-Janics Bonlger & Co, Vj. jbealeratn Foreign aad Domoelic Liquors, : f . Jt'- --'J'Ufnoerle, Alo and 1'orter. WeUr - . ' w.fcsar faint, Clilieotha.U.'--'' . V'".: ALQUIMOLLENKOPH, L- -' Book Binder' and BlankBook olanaloi'r, ' (13 prepared to do evory description of . 1.I.IU lllillllK,' . f trciikT tLAtrooi., . Cel. 31-yl. if f. MaOKKT. Claypool & Mac Ley, Wholesale (mocers . ' ' No. 22 rlrit street, . , Wg?3y !IIIUIC0TUX,O.: Vlf. OLABK. M, BOOOt. Clarke & Bogs, V"''' - ', JO and It i uif.uroTnF., o. ' Homer Ci Jones, ..1 'attorney" at law', moarthuh. A OU 10, AtlenJ pmir.plj to all bua ' Inow ant;iiKtnl toliin onro. ' i r.v-Oiaua ovor T. . Dmiit'ftor, Main '; i 'ret, ...

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. — 23 January 1868

THE VINTOOECORD. John T. Baper & W. H. H. Rcblnsoa . EDITORS. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. mil - TItUUSDAY. JAX. 2, 18. Capt. Jones, of the Senate, and Hon. A. J. Swaim, of the House, were at home a few days during the past week. Capt J. brings no further news with him regarding the contest than what we have re ceived through the daily pa pers. The case has been re ferred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections, which is made up- of five Democrats and two Republicans. Our knowing Democrats hereabouts boast that the committee was formed thus to show us Repub licans that the Democracy in tend to act justly by their op ponents, without regard to par 1 tisan feeling. We take it that t I i Wri it is a plan to oust Capt. Jones . f . . ,, t . jrom ms seat,, in me oeaaio iu which no Democrat in these parts has the effrontery to deny he was fairly elected. On the other hand, Capt J. says he has confidence in the Committee and in tho Senate; that he will have a show of fairness. AVe fear it will...

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. — 23 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. Official Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. J. F. To well, Portsmouth, Ohio, oflt'M to tlie Merchants anil Furnaco Wen of liitoa county, a superior utock of Dry Goods anil Xotions, ou terms Che most favorable. 31. II Butcher, Trav. Agt. , iqt. 19, ISCj-tf. Vie would call the attention of merchants dealing In Boots. Shoes, lints and Leather, to the lurjje and "well assorted tttouk of It. Lloyd & Sons, No. 3 Buckeye Block, Front street, Portsmouth, Ohio, who are ex clusively 'Wholesalo Dealers, and have the greatest facilities possible of buy ing, nnd oiler to the trade a stock of goods at exceedingly low prices. He u re to givo them a call. hi Smith' Mercantile College, Ports mouth, Ohio, prepares young men practically for the duties of the counting-room, by teaching them Book keeping, Writing, and Business Arithmetic, and also for general busl-. ncss. There Is no class system stu dents can enter at any time. College permanently located. Open day and evenin...

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. — 23 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. THURSDAY. JAN. 2U, 1(,8. Blind Inquiries. Cousin Kate was a sweet, wido awake beauty of aliout seventeen, and she took it into her head to go down on Long Island to her relatives who had Iho misfortune to live -there. Among these relations there chanced to be a young swain who had seen Kate on a previ ous occasion, and seeing, fell deeply in love with her. lie called at the house on the eve ning of her arrival, and she met him on the pir.zza where she enjoying the evening was in company with two or three of her friends.' The poor fellow was so bashful that he could not find his tongue for some time. At length he stammered out: ''How is your mother?" "Quito well, thank you." Another silence on the part of Josh, during which Kate and her friends did the best they could to relieve the monotony. After waiting about fifteen min utes for him to commence to make himself agreeable, he again broke the the spell by "IIow's your father?"' which was answered Hindi after the e...

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. — 30 January 1868

" THE . VINTON RECORD. OLDEST PAPER IN THE COUNTY. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY RAPER & ROBINSON. OFFICE OuLogauSt, three doors north of Main. TERMS $2 OO per year, inva riaDiy in auvance. JAKES BOOLOKB. ' JOHK i-OLGKB James Bntileer- Dealo'rein Forolgnand p-net!o Liquors, tiroceriea, Ale u'..,:"V , 8t. near wn AiUiooth,0. ng .22y LOUIS MOLLENKOPH, Book Bircr c"' WI1't Hovk Mtinufct'r JMLLICOTUE, 0111 V, 1 p prepared to do aver description of Z worsin ms mio. uci. ai.-yi. WIBLIT OLAYP0OL. J. i. MACKS Y. Ia j pool & Mackcy, WHOLESALE OliOCEliS, . No. 22 I'aitit street, aog22y CHILLICOTHE, 0. VII. CLARK. If. BOOUI Clarke & Bosss, WHOLESALE GROCERS 10 and 11 Water st., oe22y CIIILLICOTnK, O. - Jloincr . Jones, ft TMUWIPV AT l.AfXT lfATf 1TTTO Al v ii ii a A 4 ua ii vivnuiiiUMi OHIO, will attend promptly to all bim in,lua ....... n 1.;.. mom on Hi iiou vu ma vni ti Olfiuo ovor T. Ji. Davis' Etoro, Ms '.root, M j Arthur, Ohio. jan24 . J. J. McDowell, 1 TTORXRY ATT.AW .9. fU.AIM 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. — 30 January 1868

THE VINTON RECORD. John T. Raper & W. H. H. Robinson EDITORS. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. TIIUUSDAY. JAN. W), ISJES. EIGHTH DISTRICT. VICTORY! VICTORY!! THE REACTION SET IN!! 1000 Republican Majority! Tho election inthe 8th Dis trict resulted in the choice of Gen. Beatty, Republican can didate, over Burns, Democrat, by 1000 majority, a Republican gain of 800. This election ha9 been regard ed by both Republicans and Democrats 83 tho trial of strength for the Presidential contest, and both parties work .ed hard. The great reaction of which we read in Democratic papers appears to have been working in the opposite direction from what they so confidently told us it would. The people have seen the cloven-foot of the occupant of our State House, and repudiate the ownership of the beast. Set Ohio Aavn for a hundred thou sand for Grant, or whoever may be our candidate. A Picture Story for Little Democrats. This scene represents how a young Democrat ol McArthur went to Zaleski so as to be the first ...

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. — 30 January 1868

SPECIAL NOTICES. ROMEr, ROW ft KEED, the Urge, I Wholesale Dealer in Pry Goods nnd Notions, Portimouih, Ohio, invite Men-hunts snd Fur nacemen lo an examination of their ilinsu 'Winter (took. They gire ipecial attoolioo to 'keeping the bl gooiU, and yon will always And their stock the larrest and prion the towext. One of their firm remain East to glre hi entire lime in watching the markets, and in buying fur them, and hence their "took i always fresh and always flrst anpplmd with the newet goods. They operate largely, do business on the prmrrple ofthe smalleitprol. it, snd practice the saint of liberal accom mooMGaa. Ecp. 19) 1 8M IT IT'S JIF.RCAMI1.K COLLEGE, Portsmouth, Ohio, prepare! young nun prac tical! r for the dutrfea of tlis counting-room, by teaching them lloa k-keeping, Writing, and Business Arithmetic, ami alio Tor genenil business. There ia no cIsm system Undent can enter at any timo. College permanently located , Open day and evening. Addreaj B. T. 8MI HI, Princi pal. ...

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. — 30 January 1868

A Pen Portrait of Brick Pomroy. The editor of the Corry, Pa., Republican, who claims to Lo personally acquainted with lirick Pomroy, gives his readers the extract from the La Crosse Democrat on Gen. Sherman and the clergy, and then proceeds to paint Crick in the following style The author of the- above out rage was born minus tho moral attributes of a manly charac ter. He is a thief, a liar, a drunkard and a wife beater, to our personal knowledge. We have known him to beat bis wife unmercifully without the show of a provocation, and for bid the merchants to trust them for the necessaries of lifo, while ho was carousing in dens of prostitution. And snv.i a thtnij tho leader of tho Democratic party 1 Wo have- known him to Bing bawdy songs andcrack ob sceno jokes over the remains of his iriend and companion, who strangled to deatli in an attempt to drink a half a gal lon of whisky, on a wager, in the city of Milwaukie. And wo have heard him curse the sun, and defy the power that sustai...

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